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Monday, February 28, 1938
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PAGE TEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLL.SVILLE, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 103S. AUTO INJURES L I T T L E G I R L AT STANDARD Mary Jane Hritz Has and Arm Broken When Struck. Leg OTHER ITEMS = OF INTEREST Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb.' 28.-Mary Jane Hritz, seven years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hritz of Standard, received a fractured leg and wrist when she was struck by an automobile driven by Mrs. Andrew Matuschak, of near- Con- nellsviUe, at. 10 o'clock Sunday morning at Standard. ~ The chlld'was taken to Friclr Memorial Hospital by Mrs. Matuschak, where both fractures-Were reduced. Hurfln Motor" Accident Mrs. Grace Maust, 20 years old wife of Vilis Maust of Boxbury, is a patient in Frick Memorial Hospital suffering from a laceration of the head,' concussion and a slight frac- 'ture received in an automobile accident Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock on the Mount Plcasant-Scottdale road, directly opposite the North Poultry Farm." The Mausts, who had been visiting Mrs. Maust's parents, Mr. and Mrs Kcefer, along the Mount Plcasan Voad, were returning home when the accident occurred. The Maust car ran off the road on the right hand side, due to the icy condition of the surface, and in an effort to gain the road by making a sharp turn, the car was.thrown off the left side, 'going into a field. Mrs. Maust's head'struck the stee structure of the "roof, causing he: injuries. Cuts Arm oh Glass. William Borza of Uniontown, whi was vlsitme friends in Mount" Picas ant Saturday night, slippcd,and pu his arm through a window, suflcrin a deep gash "on the wrist. ""He" wa rushed to Frick Memorial Hospital. Birth at Hospital. A .daughter -was born to Mr. anc Mrs. Edgar Allers of Old Rainey a Frick Memorial Hospital, at 4 o'clocl this morning. ,,. ,, · Chorus Program. - The Men's Ch'orus "of the Unite Brethren Church, under the direc tion of Andrew R. Schwartz, pre sented a musical program at th Mount Joy Church of the Brethre Sunday evening. There were 15 men in the chorus A program of songs was given. Evangelistic Services. Evangelist 'Emma G. Fike, wh News of Tri-Town Community / Special to The Courier. DAWSON, Feb. 28.--The Epworih League was led by Joanna Shallen- erger, who used the topic, "Friendy People." Mrs. Ken H. CoUins of Laughlin treet entertained (at dinner Sunday ivening in honor ' ol Mr. Collins' lirthday, which was February 10. "he guests wero Mr. and Mrs, Godrey Haas o£~Leisenring, Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Collins o£ Vanderbiltl and Mrs. Othmar Haas. "Mrs. CollinsJ as assisted by her daughter, Vivian Yvonne. J. C. Jacobs ot Liberty is able to be out agair. alter an operation ·hich he underwent in Connellsville State Hospital. Mrs. Henry Hunker, Miss Gerald- no Harris and Altred Colbert ol jiberty, Mrs. George Livingston of th Dawson were Connellsvillc shoppers Tuesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black of Liberty were business callers in Pittsburgh "TuesdayT-" : " Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Roberts of Vanderbilt were called to iurg because of the serious ill.icss ot her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. M. Robrrts. Mr. and Mrs. James Welling and son have moved into the Snydcr properly in Maple street, Liberty. Mrs. Wilbur Orbin of Main street -was a Uniontown caller Wednesday. Mrs. Kate Jacobs and Mrs. N. Arwood of McKccs Rocks are visiting with Mr. and-Mrs. J. C. Jacobs ot Liberty. Mr. and Mvs.-Edgar Beeson of Dormont were visiting with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Beeson of Liberty. Mrs. D. W. Bailey of Vandcrbilt, Mrs. E. S. Bailey of North Dawson, Mrs. Fetter Miller of Ljbcrty, Mrs. George Shallcnbcrser, Mrs. Henry Herbert, Mrs. James Goldsboro were Conncllsville callers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scefclt of Main street have returned home from a two weeks trjp to Florida. The Epwotth.Lcacuc cabinet me! Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Betty Bauer of North Dawson Plans were made for a food sale which will be held in March. "STOLEN LOVE" IS VALUED AT $4,000 By United Press. LOS ANGELES, Feb. 28--Giving way at times to tears, Mrs. Kathleen Nancy Evans told a jury of stolen love in court which won her a $4,000 judgment against Mrs. Mary E. Min- cttc, daughter of a wealthy Pennsyl vanla lawyer. "Our families have been clos friends for more than four years,' is conducting evangelistic services at Mrs. Evans testified. "Mrs. Mlnctt the Free Methodist Church, preached both Sunday morning and evening at the church. Services will be held each night during the week. Lenten Scr\-iccs. Special Icntcn services will bo held In all of the Catholic · churches Wednesday. There will be masses at all ot the churches in the morning and also in the evening. No Improvement.' The condition of J. W. Overholt of South Church street, who has been seriously ill at his home, is reported as unchanged. W. C. Galley Weaker. William C. Galley of West Wash- told me she had tried to keep from loving my husband, but she couldn'i She said her love was bigger than she was." Daryl G. Evans, the object of thei effcctions, is 24 years old. Mrs. Min ettc, 29, is estranged from Waldo W Minette, owner of a chain of mca markets. The Evans" were marriec in 1932 and have two young chil drcn. They separated last July 15. ington street, who is a patient a Frick Memorial Hospital, was stcaci ily growing weaker Sunday nighi Mr. Galley suffered a stroke o paralysis on January 18. SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R.J.SCOTT MEN SAILED HALF w- AROUND -TrtE. WORLD IM A. (. MAY. OM. VI COLUMBIA^, »M A. CA.MOE. AKD LANDE.D IK A.U'S-fRAUA, IHNOVE.M8EP, OF -tflArr YEAR- - ·THE. Ls« WAS PSKEP OVER. AMD ·SAW-S WERE. A.DTE.t H-Z8 The first half play-off in the City hurch Dartbali League will be held hursday, the place to be announced tcr, with the Baraca Class, winner f the first round, tackling the Mcth- dist Episcopate. As championship ontests must be staged on a neutral oor, the church where the tournament will be held is to be selected. Most important game of this week ·ill be between the Methodist Epis- opol Juniors and the Methodist rotestants inasmuch as the former lub has a chance to tie for first lace in the second round, having von 13 and lost eight and remaining n a position to tic the M. E. Seniors. The latter outfit holds first position nd the Juniors can tie only by tak- ng thri-o victories. The schedule for the week follows: Tonight--M. P., at M. E.; Lutherans ,t Baracas; M. E. Juniors at United Brethren. Tuesday--Presbyterians at Evangelicals; Christians at Lutherans, M. at M. E. Juniors. Standing of the Clubs. IV. Methodis 1C il. E. Juniors 13 United Brethren 14 Aithcrans . . 23 'rcsbyterians 13 ilcthodist Protestants ... 11 All. WOR.Nt; ARE. Kcyf ELOMAACftP AMD -tfe. SCAVE. WORM IS OHE " " COPYRIGHT. I2JS. KINS TtATURU SYNDICATE. Inc. PE.RMANE.N-r ISSUE. REPLACED OME A RoAAABEAfi KOAiA BtWi Many Real Estate Deals Recorded UNIONTOWN, Feb. 28.--Deeds recorded with Recorder Pat F. Myncs include: 'Louis TCamensky and wife and others to Anna Caspar, South Union township, lot In South Union township, for S1.475. Dunbar Corporation lo Emma Bryner, Dunbar, Jot G in Thomas Gist tract, Dunbar township, for $300. Jesse E. Muson, per executors, to Pearl Mellassanos. Conncll.svilie, lot 30 in Johnston addition, Connellsville, for $1,500. Gilbert M. Grimm and wife to Nellie Nicosia, Smlthficld, lot in SmithflcJd, for $1,400. Peter RiUo and wife to Josephine Pople, Allison, lots 19 and 20 in Hiller plan, Luaerne township, for $1. Worley B. Benson and wife to John W. Newcomer and wife, South Union township, lot GO in George Titlow plan, Uniontown, for $5,500. Sarah Emma Brown to Abraham Brown, Mcnallen township, over 1,500 square feet in Mcnallen town- bhip, for SI. Ruth Frazce Thomas to Snmuel Frazce, Henry Clay township, lot -I in Sowers addition, Marklcysburg, for SI. Russell A. Thomas and wife to Samuel Frazce «md wife, Henry Clay township, lot 3 m Sowers addition, Mfirkleyfiburg. William H. Rodahaver and wife to Samuel Frnzco, Henry Ciay township, one and three-quarters acres Marklcysburg, for $150. £·!:' Rttciiour and husband to William J. Whetzcl and others, Con- nellsviJlc R. D. 1. two ncrcs in Springfield township, for $50. Marsh Knopsnydcr and wife and others to Denver Shultz, Connclls- ville R. D. 2, two tracts in Bullskin township, one containing 46 acres and 140 perches and the other containing 120 acres and 63 perches, for $5,000. Cora W. Frisbce to Henry Oppman and wife, Conncllsville, lot in Con- nellsvillc, for SI, William P. John nnd wife to Peter Ritzo, Hiller, lots 23 and 24 in Killer plan, Luzerne township, for Jl. Whycl Coal Company to Joseph Fata, Masontown R. D. 1, lot 43 in Whycl Coal Company addition, German township, for SI. John Tachuk and wife and others to Felix Kirk, Leckronc No. 1, over four acres in Lcckrone, for $1. Joseph W. Dennis and wife to Ralph Glison and wife, Marklcys- burg, one and one-half acres in Henry Clay township, for $100. James G. Burton and wife (o Fannie Nuccetclli, Grindstone, over an acre in Jefferson township, for SI. John German and wife to Andy Kalich and wife. North Union township, lots 404 and 405 in Joseph Wolfe addition. South Union township, for S2.500. William T. Dusenbcrry to Willitim T, Dusenbcrry and wife, Newell lots in Jefferson township, for SI. William O'Hiirn and wife to Bess J. Albright, Connellsvilie lots in Con- r.cllsvillc township, for SI. Bess J. Albright, Connellsville, to Williiim O'Hara and wife, lots In ConnclKvilIc township, for SI. Gilbert K. Jones to licnjamin F. Jones, Cunnelhvilie, lot 2fi m George May addition, Connellsville, for SI. Albert E. Langley nnd wife to Robert William Luckcy and wife, Mennllcn township, over three acres High School Invited To Enter "Coker" in Scholastic Conference By United Press. BETHLEHEM, Pa., Feb. 28.--"Th Cokcr," student publicc.tion of Con nellsvlllc High School, has been in vitcd to participate in the fifth an nual Lchigh Scholastic Press Con fcrencc, to be held Saturday, -Ma 14, at Lchigh University. Approxi mately 750 other school papers Pennsylvania and New Jersey wcr invited. Twenty bronze plaques will b awarded to outstanding newspaper and magazines in 10 classifications o the contest to be held in conncctio with the Conference. In addition I the plaques, certificates of honorab 1 mention will be given to deservin publications. Practicing newspaper men in Allcntown and Bethlchci will judge the entries. The tentative proRram for th conference consists of a general ses sjon, luncheon, n series of roun table confcronccs. and a closins gen eral session for the awarding plaques. Last year more than EC students and faculty advisers repre scntmj! 104 )nj;h schools- and prc paratory sdiools attended. A tot; ot 171 publications were entered i the contests. in Monailcn township, for $1. Irene D. Lackey and husband Albert E. Limglcy and wife, Men alien township, over one acre in Men alien township, for $1. H. C. Frick Coke Company to Ma Patchan, Lcmont Furnace, over City Dartbali League Bosweil High Trips Somerset Dribblers, Meyersdale Is Beaten SOMERSET, Feb./ 28.--Snapping out of its doldrums/to play its best game of the year, lloswell took the measure of Sorncriet, 21 to 17, at home to maintain its record of not permitting a counlyseat quintet to win at Bosweil. As a result Bosweil insured itself a place in the Somerset county cage eliminations. At the same time Shade Township ripped Berlin to the tune ot 38 to 32 vhile Meyersdale was humbled, 48 o 26. Evangelicals Christian -- -- 1 1 9 8 SPORTORIALS Continued from Page Five, erset county's chairman for National Wildlife Restoration Week March 20 to 26, Harry C. Soles of Jcannctte in Westmoreland, Edward Van Cleve of Waynesburg in Greene and Dr. G Rinck of Washington in Washington . Roy Dickcrson, famous htarter formerly of Arlington Park, Chicago has been engaged as 'Starter for the Wheeling Downs spring meeting of 22 days that opens Saturday, May 28 ,.. Waynesburg College passers mce Fairmont at home tonight and tackle St. Vincent Saturday. The wrestlers tackle Pitt Thursday . . . Wonder why the morning Uniontown paper i the only publication knocking the W. P. 1. A. L.? You're allowed thro, guesses but the last two don't count Pitcher Bill Swiff Signs Buc (onlracf By United Press. PITTSGURGH. Feb. 28.--With " 'itchcr Bill Swift .agreeing to terms rf his 1338 contract with the Pitts-. mrgh Pirates, only two members of he Buccos remained unsigned. In a telegram from Sarasota, Fla., S%vift informed President Bill Bcn- iwanger of the Pirates that the 1938 contract was acceptable. During the six years that Swift has been with the Pittsburgh club, he won 79 games an lost 67, last year winning nine and losing 10. Still unsigned but expected to be in the fold after they talk terms at the San Bernardino, Cal., training camps of the Pirates are Shortstop Arky Vaughn and Third Baseman Bill Brubaker. City Slickers Bow To Dunbar Mules Dunbav Mules won the odd gam from the City Slickers at the West Penn bowling alleys. The scores: CITY: SLICKERS N. Rcnze 172 148 146 46 Prudente 127 143 126 30 Saponara 172 126 165 46: Greltzer 167 151 110 43 Howser 138 176 145 45 Totals . . 776 744 701 222 DUNBAR MULES ._ _ 134 131 151 4H 125 122 38 33! 56 481 Totals ._ .271 781 738 2241 Ucndlk Gets Contract. HARRISBURG, Feb. 28.--Th State Authority awarded contract yesterday for six of 80 projects of it. ?05,000,000 institutional improve mcnt program. They included: In diana State Teachers College, genera acre i» North Union township, for i contract, Joseph J. Bendix, Union S2.000. [town, $175,300. Paramounfs Meets Scoifdale Tonight The Paramount Juniors will tackle a tough opponent this evening when they engage the crack Phy-Mo-Me dribblers of the Scottdale Y. M. C. A. in the preliminary to the Wcsting- housc-Casey clash at State Armory. The game is scheduled to start at 7:15 o'clock. The Millers took a 37-34 decision from the Paramounts earlier in the season at Scottdale and the locals will be out to even things up. The theatre team has a commendable record ot 23 wins and five setbacks for the year. . PENNINGTON WILL REFUSE DUKE POST , AS ATHLET8C HEAD George Pennington, former local newspaperman, in a public statement Sunday night declared he would refuse the position of director of athletics at Duqucsne University if offered him because ot the controversy and unfavorable developments that have resulted since published reports that he would be promoted from his present position of publicity director. Ponninfiton said he resented the inference that he was undermining Coach Clipper Smith as intimated and went on to highly laud the coach who also looks after the football schedule. Pennington denied having any part in developments. Uniontown Property Sold. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 28.--Louis Kamensky and Gera Lux, co-owners of the Diana Drug Store, purchased at public sale the McClelland Leonard property at the intersection of East Main and East Fayctte street for $6,000. March in the time to gel your kitchen roildy for Spring utirt Summer: Alert inafccrs -will realize this Is the time to modernize their kitchens. Brides-to-be -will find this BTI occasion to sure. SAVE OX HOUSEVARES! WASH BOILERS Keg. $1.98, Uoiiewure Sale Bright heavy plate tin sides with a metallic bottom. Wood side handles. Will hold H gallons. Save on Houscwiirrs STRONG BROOMS Houscfvnrc Sale .. Four rows of heavy stitching keep them strong and firm. Phone 890. Save on Houscwarcs KITCHEN SETS Keg-. SJ.iO, AO _ Hoiiuwnre Sale I7OC 6 forks and 6 stainless steel snivcs. With red or green catalinc handles* \ Save on Housewnrcs Pint Bottle O l d E n g l i s h RUG CLEANER and BRUSH Sl.Ol). Xow 89c Don't bother tanins up ruga tad ftdlng them out to be cit*ncd. Ocan them right on the floor thU Old EntfUth wav. It's cuiy u» with the lone Imudffd iwtpplnK hruin. Cnoueh cleaner for four x 12 rug*. Ucqutrcs no soup. Triple Coat White Enamel Ware, to $1.95 Gleaming -white Tea Kettles, Double Boilers, Percolators, Set of 3 Stew Pan*-. Covered Keltlos and Disli Pans. \ Y i i i gay red trim. Specials on Slightly Imperfect Enamel Ware 75e Oblong Bake Pau ................... Ilxl5x2«.. White. 35e "White Xntv, Oi^ ins, I3c Wild- Eniimelt'il tniy, 11x17 Ins ..... «5c JPndillnc «O 1'an I ZOC 3'.i qt. White, black trim. $1.98 Coffee Vot Holds 5 qts. White. 4-PC. SAUCE PAN SET Hcnt fnstcr, and more evenly. Smooth bottomt, Easy - clcnn, round corner^. Coven, 85c extra. TEA KETTLES Qinint, modern d.r-isn. QuicV- hcating flat bottoms. Balanced tilt for Miy pouring. 2-Qt.,52.29 (Ka/l. 52.75). 3-Qt., $2.69 (Rrt. $3.00). S.Qt.,$3.39 (Ret. $3.75). 2-Qr. 3-QT. DIE. 11.45 -.---J SAUCE POT SET Easy-clean dome coven. Broad- Slip handles. Smart flut beads. Heat evenly; no "hot spots." Durable, will last for years. Safe Begins Tuesday, March 1st! CURTAIN STRETCHERS Kcir. #1.08. House warc*Snle Adjusts to 5x8 ft. size. Easel back, brass pins. All metal parts are rust-proof. Save on Housewarcs STEP LADDERS Housevuire Sale Strongly braced steps. Bucket shelf; handle hold to open and close. 4 ft. size. (5 ft. at $1.38; 6 ft. at 51.98). Save on Houscu-arcs VEGETABLE BINS Res?. $1.75. C1 QQ Hoiiseivare Sale «PA»J«' Red with black trim or ivory with green trim. Four compartments. Save on llouscw.ircs 1 51.00 Dusting .! Mops, now 1 SpviiiR hciui; triangle sliapc. Kino · j a m wth miifhing colored enameled 75c Dusting Mops, now 58c Bathroom Medicine Cabinet . $1.50 All metal with miivor door. White enameled. 11x16 in. size. (12xl7Vb size at S2.50. 13x20 size at $3.50). $1.38 Heavy Bread Raisers ........... SI. 19 Heavy tin seamless raiser with dome cover. 14',4 qt. size. (19 ql. aize at S1.39.) $2.98 White Commode Seats $2.38 Thickly coaled with white celluloid. Chromium bar hinges. 15c 19c Box Avona Soap Flakes, 13 oz. · J /2 Gal. No Rubbing Wax ·lamb's Wool Mop · Waxing Pan All Three $"^ 79 for Only }u poor the Ko Rubbing Liquid Wax into the Pan, dip in with the genuine Iamb's Wool Mop, »prc»d gently over the floor or linoleum. »nd allow the wax to dry to A lustre! That's bowefty it li ' with this new Old Kcgliib outinl No Rubbing] Ko mess! No waUel And you get all Uuee items for only $1.73!

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