The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 13, 1939 · Page 3
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March 13, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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MONDAY M\RCII 13, 1033 THE DAILY COLRlfcK CO'SNIiLLSVlL.Uli PA. PAGE THREE 'HAPPENINGS IN! A N D A B O U T ' ML PLEASANT The White Smoke! Special to The Courier MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar 13 --At 8 o clock Thuisday evening the jun- 101 and senior bands will give their annual conceit in the Ramsay High School Auditorium The band \\il' be under the direction of Fied R Houseman Officers are President Cln les Thompson esecretai\ Chailes Ta-rel', tieasuier, Mauon Busko, and manage", Thomas, Cost Taticnt Improves C \ Burge of S ate College who was injured Monday morning in an automobile accident along the Mount Pleasant-Scoltdalc road, continues to improve at Fuck Memo lal Hospital Anther False Alarm At 2 o clock Saturday aCtenoon the _r Mount Pleasant File Department was called out by a false flre ilarm at Spruce street It was the first false alarm m some t me but again e\ cry effort will be used by the membcis of the lire depaitment as \\tll as locil police, to tnce the culprit Plans to Move W M Loibovitz piopnetor of Cox Theatre is making preparations to move to 'he Graul house m Church street Visiting Pastor Rev R D Epps, pis^or of the Mount Zion Baptist Church, Cor- nellsville preichcd the bermor at the Second Baptist Church here Sundaj evening Lenten Service The fourth service in the special Lenten ser\ ices will be held at 7 30 o clock Wednesday evenng in the audit'jiium of the Reunion Presbj- terian Church in chirge of the pastor, Kev J E Hnrtman New Machine Arrives The new movie machine with talking and loud spcikmg equipment has been installed in Hansay High School The student council spon- so'ed the bumg of this machine, pay ng S200 toward its pui chase Praj er Meetings Two cot'age prayer meetings wil] be held Fr da cxenmg by the Methodist Episcopal Church from 8 until 9 o'clock One will be at the East Mnm street home of Mis Bert Mason and the other at the College avenue home of Mrs Anna Hnrmdn The hour has been set on account of choir practice Fmerfrencj Operation Thelmi Williams underwent an emergency operation at Frick Memorial Hospital Saturday Her brother, Paul Willnms, who his undergone an operat on February 28 was discharged the same day They i are son and diughter oJ Mr and Mrs Edward Williams of Armbrust In Unmnttmn Hospital John Brown of North Church street underwent an operation in Umontown Hospital Fridiy and is getting along as well as can be expected Lenten Serxlces A union Lenten se-vice by St John's Lutheran and Reformed churches and Middle Presbyterian Church -will be held during the re- ·namder of the Lenten season on each Tuesday evening The March 14 service will be in charge of Rev George D Wolfe pastor of the Lutheran Chuich The service will al- iernate between the two churches Mrs Emma Cot HI Mrs Errma Cox of Washington and VIorewood streets is se r iously ill at ner home In Frick Hospital Mrs Jane Morey of Mellingtown who was admitted to Frick Memorial Hospital last Sunday for trei*rrent does not show any imorovement Daughter Born Mr and Mrs Steve Gogets of Humphnes are the paients of a daughter bom at Frick Memorial Hospital Sunday night Many Attend Rites For Mrs. C. S, Roberts The fune i sen LC foi Mis Cjme S Hobeits of VindeibiK was held Wcdnefaddv afte noon at J mcs Coch- Docs Jesus Care 9 " There was a solo by Mib Chaileswoith entitled 'Only Rerrembcred B Who* We Five Done "°rioi to the sei vice Mrs Asi i B Dilhngri of Umontown county pi evident of the Woman s C h i t b t i i n Mis W Tcrrpeiancc Un on and E Dow ns of Uniontowr iin Men oriaJ Methodist ILpiscop il I pHced iround tie ci=ket a w h i t e nb- Clnuch of Vindeibill of which she bon the oigamzition s insignia had been an actue nemoel Rev I ^embers of t i e Sdtuda Af er- J M sistcd Someis pibtoi ofhc ntec" a=- noon Club of V.mdeib It of which by Rex Lcoiurd Hoo\ci of j she wns an ictive member ittended Point iV uion ind Re\ A V Mou it- m a oody The Pbil i hca Biole Class foid of Vindeibilt posed of Will im A choir com- Hindlm Brown C C Collins Mis, Clni eswoitn M i s J C Be-itty Mi Fianl Baiucklo\v md Mr Josep i B Hendei^on with Mrs Roj He bei a t ' of Funp al D n e c t o r l B M Wade of the pnro snug I Is \Vell With My j Pernopolis Active pal bcareis were faoul Go ng Down he. Vnlley ind Geoigc U Biady, W illiain Handlin, al was pic^cnt in a i»od scivmg as Fred i honoiar} pallbc eis cii ying the James Tinny faeiatiful floial tiuutes Interment Wcis made m S\lvan Heights M lusoicu n at Umoittcv-n in chaige i Frances Brozdouskv Buried The lunei il foi Mi^s Fiances (Bioski) Biozdowtky was held Tuesdiy moining with i pinyer at the home in East Fiancis ivenue followed oy "=oJem icquicm higl mass it Ho'y Tunity Chuich JRev W Wisnieuski p stoi was cclcbi int Rev Mauc" of Ohio deacon and Rev Leander sub deacon Rev Pulli of McKeespoit and Rev Michael Bon- Re d assistant pastor of Immaculate Conception Chuich asMs'ed it the ma^s Buridl wis m chinch cemetery at Poplai G i o v e Pillbeareis were Riy Knka Tom Edwaid and Walter Lu ack Max K ocek Ji ana Joseph Shal James L. Burhans Privileged to Cut Classes at Durham Edward Dunlap Roy Herbert Clarence A Dannei -ind HiTy Shallen- beiger _ .By United Press DURHAM N C Mai 13 --Fif y- one Pennsylvania students at Duke Unvc^Mty will have Jie puvilege o f cutting 8 o clock classes or any other clisses arid sleeping late djung the coning semester The p ]\i]cge of \olunta cldss attendance with a few estrictjons in some coui^es is perm tted all seniors making a * c" aveiege or beitei aid juniois and sophomoies mak ng a b aveiage 01 bettei Pennsylvania students include Burhans, Dunbar Helens John an\i Wmfield C John, Union- towr and Kuth Scot Waynesbu-g The Morning AftcrTakmg Carters Little Liver Pills Pa~t of the hufjo crowd that thronged St Peters Square during conclave of Cardinals at which PJUS XII was elected, watches ns ^hite amoke issues fiom stack of the Sis tine Chape! signifying to world that a new Pope has been chosen- ONLY FIRE TIVLCKS COAT OF RED NEW YORK Mar 13--The citj gave the fire department a monopoly i on the use of fire dcpirtment red" ordering under a neu law that the estinntcd 10000 \ehicles resembling fire trucks must be redone in duller shades The panaltv 15 $100 fine and 30 days in 3nil Legislator Urges Ouster Of Milk Control Board SOMERSET !ar 13 --Declaring there wai ' considerable sentiment in the Legislative to do away with the Milk Contiol Boatd as ntnv constituted, ' Representative Jacob B Schrock, of Somerset, said some assemblymen favoied instead a plan of price fixing by agreement between producers and dCtileis The chairman of the House Agn- cultuie Committee Shiock said no bill had yet been diafted to abolish the boaid but added "There is sentiment among legislative members to ha\c pioducers and dealeis m each maiketmg aiea get togethei and agiee on milk p-ices which in turn would be appro\ ed by a commissioner in the Depaitment o£ Aguculture ' Schrock spoke at the 17th annual convention o£ the Someiset County Road Supervisors and Auditors Association Boys Buddy Club Is Organized By Kingview Center SCOTTDA.LE Mai 13--J Spisso was elected president of the Boys Buddy Club whose organization was sponsored by the Kingview Recreation Center Three othei officers weie elected as follows D Zucco, v ce-president J Sirnna secretary, and G DeSantis, treasurei j The complete membership of the :lub includes T Falasco, F Fntto A. Sipisso, J Fratto D Sirr m J Lamanna, J Napoleon, G Znflma M Gismondi, L Zafflna V Caulo, G DeLuca and R Shaner High School Girl Soloists Compete In State Contest PITTSBURGH Mir 13 --Girl soloist? are ac*ive in preparation lor alto and soprano contests among Penns} \ ania high schools During Match and eirly April mte--hiKh school competitions will be held in more than CO counties These two events are part oE the program ot the Pennsylvania Forensic and Music Le igue wnich innually holds music and speech contests throughou. the state in March and Apul The altos ^ ill sing ' Come Down Laughing St-ca-nlet' by Spross as the contest numbc- md the sopiano test piece j; ' The Little Shepherd s Song by Watts In addition the soloist will sing, a selection of their ov.n choosing both nurrbers during a ten mnu e time hm t Those girls ·uho receive first honors in the coun 4 y meets quahfy foi one of the nine distiict contests These will be held befoic April 15 at Franklin Clarion California Lock Haven State College, V/ilkes Biire Northampton ard Upper Dai by First place distiict winneis qualify for the 12lh annual final State meet at Nornstown April 28 and 29 The league is sponsoied by the Univeisiy ol Pitsburgh through its extension divis on C Starton Bel- foui assibtnnt director is the executive secret^o of the league Local schoolmen admunstei. the county and district contests Succes'-Iul sopianos icceiving state honois hive lepresonted the following Pennsylvania high schools Indiana Giecnsbuig Clnnton, Clearfield Aspinwall, Oil City, Nor- ristovvn, Litit? and NeffsviUc Tlie first place altos m state contests have been from Bamesboro Sunbury Westmghouse (Pittsbulgh) Dale Boio in Johnstown (three times), Biglersville Amondge and Mansfield Bullskin Man Pleads Innocence In Relief Case Chiracs Desertion UKIONTOWN, Mar 13 --Claia McClelland ojE East Mihsboio entered divorce proceedings against Howard McClellana of Bufta^o, N Y charging indignities and desertion They Vfccre married on JanuT-y 14, 1925 Vu Witerloo N Y and the husband illegedly deserted on April 7, 1927. UNIONTOWN Mai 1J --Edwaid J Henderson of Bullskin township father of six childien, charged with obtaining S249 under false pietense from the relief agency today contended that his wife telephoned to telief headquir ers that her husband had secured t job and to infoim them of tie change in the f irmly s financial s atus However she was told it wis un- necessaiy for hei to keep telephoning them since investigate! s would make mquny along the lines de- scubed as a part of he i loutme duty Litci Mis Henc'eison said icl ef authoi ties admitted they hid erred in continuing to send checks ind wanted a compiomise settlement by hiving her ind hei husband return some of the monc they had i e- ceived The court icfused lo giant a demurrer of defense ind the case was continuing w i t h ^dditionil *osti- mony Your Home Why wait. Here are real values in Aaron Quality Home Needs. Buy now at bottom levels. 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