The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 14, 1939 · Page 10
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 14, 1939
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PAGE TEN. TJUJii UA11_,Y COURlhiK. UUNNhJL.LiJVUj.bli;. 1 J A. J'UJBSDAY, MARCH 14. 1939. Many Attend Ceremony At (ground Breaking For New Scottdale Edifice C. H. S. News Of The Day U. S. Spanish Envoy? Charter Members o f ] Christian Church Turn Initial Spadesful. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Chatted With King Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Mar. 14.--A large number o£ persons witnessed the ground breaking at 5:15 o'clock Monday evening for the erection of. the new Church o£ Christ on the church Jot at the corner oi Loucks avenue and Chebtnut street. Three charter members of the church wore present. They were Mr. and Mis. C. D. Shanl: and Miss Belle Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Shanl; lifted the first spades of earth for the excavation, but Miss Cunningham was too ill to leave her car to take part in the ceremonies. Mr. ShanK. made - the - opening prayer and Kev. Clemensen of the Vanderbilt Church of Christ pronounced the benediction. Paul Kendi has been awarded the contract for excavating. At the meeting of the building committee Monday evening, C. S. Harper of Vanderbilt was given the contract for the brick work. C. M. Williamson is pastor of the Scottdale church. Ministers Meet. At a meeting of the Ministerial Association Monday morning at the Y. M. C. A. the .members heard Dr. Blair, m charge of the Hospital Service Association of PHtsbuz'gh, who explained the workings oC the new service. It was decided by tiie ministers as a group thc-y would lake a membership. DiiuKhtur liorn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bobbins of Owcnsdale announce the Dirth of a daughter at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Plcuant, Monday morning. Hcnrv J;irrcU III. Jarrctl. one of the town's Come On, Freshmen. The: subscription drive for the Coker yearbook is going full force | now. Both the seniors and juniors j ha\c passed the 75 per cent goal o n ] the chait but the seniors hold a slight lead. The sophomores and freshmen are neck rind neck and have almost reached the 75 per cent goal. H would be rare if the freshmen were to rush fonvard and pass the seniors, being the first chis to attain its quota j and thus 100 per cent. Complete Short Stories. Miss Doiothy Mathias' Junior English classes have completed a unit on short stones in which they read 15 stories other than those assigned in class. Original stones were written by the students. An essay unit is now being started. MEWS OF TRI-TOWM COMMUNITY 3Irs. Rachel Cantor, ot Kew Gardens, N. Y., returns home with memory of her hour in spotlight aa guest of King: and Queen of England, When the royal pair entered British Industries Fair in London, Sirs. Cantor wasn't ajrile enough to "make itfay for their Majesties," so Their Majesties stopped and chatted with her. (Central Press} Fine "Macbeth" Dramatizations. Kany scenes from "Macbeth" were dramatized by Miss Elvada Marshall's Junior English clnsefc. Among the students pbi'lici paling were Henry McKobbie, Jean Goe, Bob Beard, Joe F-rens, Marguerite Sansone, Patti Coughenour, Delorcs Kunkle. Muriel Brooks, Walter Jones, Dick Malcolm, | Ray Goodwin, Jack Whipkey, George Campbell, Part Glnss and Hobert Ltmdymore. George S. Messersmith (above), assistant secretary of state, is expected to bo named United States envoy tv Nationalist Spam following recognition of the Franco gov- cmmci t, Claude Bowers, U. S. envoy to fallen Loyalist Spa.n, is en route lo Washington Lo leporfc. News of Day Marionette Show Soon. A marionette play entitled, "Jack and the Beanstalk/' will be presented soon after April 15 by members of the Marionette Club it was announced Monday by the sponsor, Arthur Boyland. Numerous plays nre being worked out by the members. DUNEAK. Mar. M--Circle No. 3 of tac Mctnochbt Chuich will hold a meeting at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the church. Sunday a second memorial Contest March 25. Very shortly students will be competing in Forensic and Music League contest?, lo be held Saturday, March 25 at Perryopolis. Those participating in the miJMe competition are practicing diligently with Carl T. AnMine daily. The contestants will be announced soon. HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. P L E A S A N T SDCC )al to The Courier DAWSON, Mar, 14.--Mrs. Thomas Fiynn of Connclisville \ ['.sited recently with her mother, Mis. J u l i a Ambrose of Vanclurbi.t. Mrs. C. J. GaaL of North Dawbon is ill at her home. A daughter, Miss Teresa, a registered nurse af Mercy f Hospital, Pittsburgh, is home to take ' care of her mother. Mis. Lulu Roiyston and ton Jack, of Gicensburg, spent the \\eek-end at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Col'ins of Vcin- derbilt. Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Hunkel and son Dnwd, of PjtLsourg'i. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hunker of Liberty. Mis. J. C. Jacobs of Liberty is ill at her home. Mrs. Jack Floyd of Dickerson Run has been ill nt her home for some time Mrs. Hnrry Gillcspie of McKfiCb Rocks is spending (he week with her mother, Mrs. Julia Ambrose of Van- derb'H Mr. and Mrs. Fost'cr Bryan ond son, Foster Curt t, of Pittbburgh. spent the week-end u i t h f; lends and relatives in Vandci oilt. George Livingston, who has been ill for several months, is much better. yir. ;rnd Mr*-. William Weisel of Pittsburgh spoilt the week-Mid with the I.liter's mother, Mi's. Katherine Patterson of lliberty. Miss Anna jBeilc Bailey, a registered nurse at' Presbyterian Hospital, Pittbbursh, spent the week-end at the home of hci parents, Mr. ind Mrs E. S, Baiiey of North Dawson. Pratt Auxiliary Meets. Ladies' Auxiliary to Emory Lewis Pratt Post of the American Legion at Vnnderoilt mo/, at the home of Mrs. Nellie Oijundo with Mrs. Rose Woodward as co-hostesses. Fifteen members and U guests were in attendance. Miss Lena Marie Bonadio, president ol the newly organized junior auxiliary, conducted the meeting at the request of the president, Mrs. Orlando. Games followed the business session and prizes were won as follows: First, Mrs. Emmett M. Addis; second, Mrs. John B. Ferrari; low, Miss Irene Zeka, and special Pasqiieline Hulli. Lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held Tuesday night, April 11, in the American Legion Home \\ !th Mrs. Grace Miller and Mrs. Daniel McGill as co-hostesses. Somerset County Bank To Make Final Payment PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 14.--A five per cent dividend will be paid to depositors of the closed Citizens Sls'.e Bank of Salisbury, Somerset county, March 20, paying in f u l l all depositors' claims against ;he bank, Banking Secretary R. W. Duty said. The b;,nk is the 13th closed State bank to pay deposituii, 100 cents on the dollar Tlie March 20 dividend, amounting to S-i .266.80, is the third payment since ll.e bank closed on November 29, 2933. Latin Studies. 'Caesar" is bc ; ng read in Arthur .seivce u-ill be tonduL-tcd in jnemoiy, Boylnnd s second year Latin classes, ot Mr. and Mrs. Geoige Haidy, d e - I The firsl oration against Calalmc by MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 14.-Mount Pleasant Lodge No 27, Loynl Order of Moose w.tb host Sunday to District No. G at n meeting in the lodge rooms in East Main street It was decided to hold the district scissions once each month with the next meeting to be in Scottdale, April 16. There xvas n SOCKI] hour with mubic furnished by an. orchesti n, and a buffet luncheon served to the 300 pel sons repi eventing lodges from Greensbirg, ConnelkviMe, Si.ollclalc, West Newton, Jearmette, Irwin. Su- tervillc. Wyfmo, TLdUobe and Mount Cily Issues Five ! Building Permits Five permit.'-, p t o v i d i n g for the expenditure of 52,600 in improvement to properties, were issued by the City Planning Commi.'-sio!: during Januaiy, according to a report of the State Department of Labor Industry. Two were for BOO in new non- residen'Jul bruldings, two Tor instill- i lations aggregating S300 and one f o r ] an expuidituie oL' 51,500 in iurnodel- [ injf of a home. . During the 12-month period fiom j February, 1938, to Jar.uaiy, 1039, the , city issued 70 permits m the amount ill Sa-),lSli as against 118 permits for . an expend ture ot S337,«3 daring ) the pz'ecedmg 12-month period. No permits iveie issued by Jean- PICKETS HER BOY FRIEND WHO IS "MAD" AFTER SPAT WASHINGTON, Mar. 14.--Because her boy friend hadn't spoken to her since their spat a week ago, Alice Butlei, 17. picketed his home for two houis, wearing a sign that said: "Elvin is unfair to Alice." The boy, Elvin Hanback. 18, finally relented. The strike ended with hugs and kisses. U. S. Sfse! Shipments Exceed 1938 Volume NEW YORK, Mar. 14.--Shipments of finished steel pioducts by United States Steel Corporation subsidiaries in Febiuary totalled 677,994 Ions, a decrease of 111,311 tops Irom 7!s9,305 in the pieceding month but 203,271 more th.jn 47-1,723 in February las' year. Shipments in the first two months of the year amounted to 1,467.293 tons against 99D3.045 in the comparable 1938 period. -- netle, Li'trobe, Berlin, Fayette City, Meyersdale. Rockwood, Scottdale, South Grecnsburg, West Newton and South Connellsvilie while data was not available at -Mount Pleasant and Greens'juig, Uniontown issued three permits foi $6,150, Washington five for 31,150 and Charlcvot two for S125.800. Correct Constipation Before-Not After! An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of emergency relief. "WlryZet yourself suffer those dull lifeless days because of constipation, why bring on the need for emergency medicines, when there may be a far better way? Tnnl way is to KEEP regular by getting at the cause of the trouble. If it's common constipation, due to lack of "bulk" in the diet, a pleasant, nutritious, ready-to-eat cereal--Kellogg's All-Bran--goes straight to the cause by supplying the "bulk" you need. Eat this crunchy toasted cereal every day--with milk or cream, or baked into muffins--drink plenty of water, and see if you don't forget all about constipation. Made by Kellogg's in Battle Creek. Sold by every grocer. censed members ol the diuich. It is (.uslorn for all living nembers o£ bost kno\vn olde: residents, is c i i t i - ' l h e families lo attend tuesc services -·ally ill at Coniicllsvillo State Hos,- oital. ]'irth at Hospital. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mis. Henry Pomasi of Jacobs Creek at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, Monday night. Joint Induction. A joint induction service was held it 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon for '.he Gradalc and Phalanx groups at -he First Presbyterian Church. The induction for the girls was in charge of the Grndale officers, who are: President, Dorothy Newcomer; vice-president, Irene Shipp; secretary, Lcola Hawk, and treasurer, Emma Jane Barkell. assisted by other members of the ch.ppler. The new in 3 group. Samuel Speight, superintendent of the Sunday school, will have charge o£ the service and w.ll be the spejker. On Sick List. Among those on the sick list are Mrs. Clyde Speight who has quinsy, Mr. Anna Reed and Beatrice Felton. The latter is improved and will soon be able to be- about again. Ray Miller has just recovered from an attack of the gnp. Entertains Fancy-work Club. Mrs. John Gouker entertained the Fancywoik Club ot Pechin at hei homo Thursday evening with most of the members picsent. The evening was spent in sewing. It was decided to have "Mystery Sister." The host- RTnrcus Tullius Cicero is being read in ·third year nnd the passive voice studied in first year. Special Program Friday. A special assembly program has been arranged for Friday at 3.05 o'clock in the auditorium. Dr. Van- Zdndt, noted p'amst, will give a recital. Dr. VanZandt has siudied with numerous noted pianists among whom are Ignatz Padeiewski, Ernst Hutchinson, Percy Granger and Rudolf Gantz. At his request, Carl T. Anstinc will play with him the Greig concerto for two pianos. members taken into the society were ess served delicious refreshments. Elizabeth Rhodes. Ruth Fike, Mildred The; next meeting will be heJd at the Bowman and Virginia H ambry. Tins was followed with the Gradale hvmn, "Follow the Gleam," sung by Lillian Solomon and Leona Shirey. The Alpha chaptei of the Phalanx Fraternity induction was in charge of a team made up of John Chidester, Elmer Bentz, Leroy Coftman, William Fo.\- and Benton Jenkins. Taken into the chapter were George Sharp, Louis Shope, Clarence Pritts and Hobert McGee, and into the newly organized Beta chapter were admitted Joseph Cramci, Arthur Brownfield, Donald Showman, Tom Vailance, .Jaclc Vallance, Paul Keslar, Mi.-s Lizzie Hay Medved motored home of Miss Beatrice Baker. Attend Birthday Dinner. Mr. ;.nd Mrs. Thomas Clements, and. Miss Mary to Waynesbui g Sunday to attend a birthday dinner in honor of, Mrs. Clement's aunt, Mrs. Alice Gutnries. Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wortman of Charleroi were week-end visitors at the home of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker ond Mi's. Mavy Wortman. Mrs. Ray Chancy of Pittsburgh spent several days at the home of her Joe Corrado Talks. Joe Corrado gave a splendid talk to members of the Football Club last week pertaining to the late Colonel Ruppert, owner of the Yankee baseball team, and the farm system used by the baseball clubs. Ed Boyle and Tony Ke-Ter told of the swimming meet they participated in at Slippery Rock. Talks, Poems and Contests. Trudie Waugaman had charge o' Homeroom 3, sponsored by Miss Elvada Marshall, and talks, poems and contests marked the program. -McClnm, Vincent McGivern] 1 mother, Mr, Anna Reed. Ixobert Kalp, Darrcl Eichcr and Arthur Slamm. The officers oC (he Bc(a chapter, inducted Sunday, arc: Primus, Jac'c MeClain; pro piimus. Virgil Miller: (nbunc, DonaJd Showmjn; and quaester, Arthur Brownfield. The seivico was entucly by candlelight. IV. C. T. U. Insliiule. An Institute comprising the district made up of Scottdale, Mount Pleasant, Alverton, Tarr-Ruffsdale, and Donegal Township, Woman's Christian Temperance Unions will be held Thursday, March 23, in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Scottdale, The morning session will open at 10:30 o'clock and the afternoon session at 1:30 o'clock. Representatives from the various unions will have tlie program. A box lunch will be'set red at noon. Motor Police Corporals Get Rank Advancements Mr. and Mrs. Priul Rock of Cou- nellsville were Sunday visitors at tne home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Panonc. Mr. and Ms. John Stnnnis and John Earl Ryan were visiting Mr 1 -. Stannis' sister, Mrs. Elmer Milsom, at Fairchance Sunday. · Mrs. John "Williams was a Pittsburgh caller Monday. Mrs. Oscar Rugg and son Jirmnie, of Washington, are spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Hugg. Mrs. H. R. Smith attended · tea at Ihe White Swan Hotel Saturcfy afternoon, it was given fay Republican women. Mrs. Charles Baker and daughter Beatrice and Miss Louise Blackwell were^in Connellsville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hardy were in Uniontown Saturday evening. . Edward Nacey and Anthony Capitos "visited friends in Dawson. Sun- daj- evening. IIARR1SBURG, Mar. 14--Thiitecn joiporals in t.ic State Motor Police have been promoted to sergeants. and privates have been advanced to fill their places. The promotion.-, announced b. Colonel C. M. Wilhclm, acting com- misii-oncr of police, are effective April 1. Colonel Wilhclm explained the posts as sergeants wore vacated in the last promotions in November. The advancements, by dlstncts, include: Greensburg--To sergeants, Corporals H. C. Johnson of Greensburg, Charles E. Stacy of Punxsutawney, Walter L. Gibbons of Butler and William G. McKee of Greensburg; to corpoials, Privates Paul T. Engle, Edward W. Morrison, Robert C. Mc- Kce and Boyd W. McClusky. baby of Connellsville were visiting relatives Saturday evening. "Bobby" Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wr.tson and a pupil at St. Aloysms school, is ill at his homo of scarlet fever. ° I Jackson Day Fetes Ne! $221,545 Profit WASHINGTON, Democratic profited $221,54. Day dinner. The committee Mar. 14.-- The Compiling Scrapbook. The American History classes of Mrs. Elsie Walton are compiling a .-crap book of history poi-taining to Connellsville and Fayc-tto county. Committees ha\c been appointed in each class contribute book. to sec that nil students some material for the Novel Translated. "L'Abbe Constaiitin" u being translated in Miss Marguerite Davis' second year French classes. Water Purification. Water prificalion is being studied by Paul Keightley's Geneial Science classes. Experiments are being made. Three New Recordings. Earl Ringlor has added three new selections to his collection of records. They are, "Deep Purple/' "Penny Serenade" and "Could Be." Earl has been giving programs in various homerooms. Swim l*:iriy. The junior au.Mlitiiy of .Tunics "C, j Zurdel! Pcijit held Us i c g u l n r swim I party Monday ovcnmg rrt the Y". JVI. ! C. A. in Scottdale with M i * H j i i - y , Tidier and Mrs William Queer in charge. iSZen's Chorus Formed. Monday evening a men's chorus was formed at the Methodist Episcopal Church. It wilf furnish music at icvwal meetings to be held at the Methodist Episcopal Chuich beginning Match 2(5 and continuing until j Easter. Albert Cicby Dies. Albeit Cichy, 72 years old, died Monday afternoon at his home in Smithficld street. Besides his wife, Mrs. Sophia Ciehy, he is survived by the following children: Mrs. Ada Wisniewsk,. Pittsburgh; ?.Tiss Sophia, New Yoik City; Mrs. Anna Marcinko, Mrs. Mary Skero, Frank, Helen and Elizabeth, Mount Pleasant. The funeral service will be held at 9 o'clock Thursday morning nt the Transfiguration Polish Church in charge of Kev. Anthony Pnlak. Interment will be in the church ceme- tei-y. Bible Class to Meet. The Ladies Bible Class of the Church of God will hold its regular meeting this evening at the home of Mrs, Thomas Easton m West Wash- 1 ington street. Condition Serious. Wilbort Long of Wilkmsburg, v.'ho underwent a throat operation at tnc Veterans Hospital in AspinwaH is in a serious condition. Mr. and MLS. Homer Mifi l .t of this place are staying w i t h Mrs. Maymn McNaughton Long, his \\jfe, who is also ill at her home. Throat Operation. Paul Benes, 15 years old, of Calumet underwent a throat operation at FrJck Memorial Hospital Monday morning. Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foust and daughter of Eagle strcc'., with Mrs. Kathryn Murphy, spent the weekend in Sharon with friends. Miss Millrrcm, clerk at Ramsay High Scnool office is ill at her home with gr;p. Foot Infected. Jacob Blystone of East Main street, who has been suffering with a foot infection, is still seriously ill. Latin Paper This Week. The newspaper prepared by students in the Latin classes of Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Brindle and Boyland will be edited this week. The title o£ the paper Is, "Novella Octa Dinurne." Recordings in Room 21. Arthur Graham and Cecil Wagner played recording records in Miss Beulah Gilmorc's Freshman Homeroom 21, JUNIOR 1IIGH SCHOOL A popularity contest was held at the Girls' Games Club meeting with the following results: most popular, Marian Griglak; prettiest, Betty Eos- orted National Committee e "dale; best dressed, Marion Staines; ,545 Irom Us Jackson ° esi s P° rl Dorothy Keith; comical, Mary Minerd; most conceited, Marian receipts slaines : most - quiet, Dorothy Keith; 1 to nDates 'i Lois Ghnst, noisiest, Mary Minerd; most quiet, Helen' Younkin; prettiest hair, Mary Minerd; domestic, Dorothy Reid and brightest, Betty Fauble. February 28, disbursements of $235,382 and a balance of $23,077. _Wile Preservers Says He Killed Many. TUCKER PRISON FARM, Au7... Mar. M.--Josep'i B. iSmokey Joe) Anderson. -17, former Indian convict, died in tile electric chair a few minutes after he told officers he had billed "probably 12 or 15 people." lit: was executed (or Ilic vobberj'- slciymK o( Eldon Cooley, 26. Hot Soling chain u.;'ocei executive, .1 ,-i ime lie k\idf;iMl m.iinl.imod he jiu IK'I commit. Homeroom A-ll as an accompaniment for the students to sing. Each week a different row will be responsible ior the progLam. Truth or consequences was played in Miss Eleanor Bane's seventh grade homeroom. Delorcs DohlC played the guitar in I If you use 3 pas heater conncc'rd with * rubber lube, he suic the u be i' ^rli S A L V E f U H e v e b COLDS JOc- Money Loaned ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE UNPAID BALANCES RE-FINAHCED ' $ 25 to 600 Call or See Us If You -Need Money For Any Emergency Moderate Repayments Fayette Loan Co. 510 Title Trust, Co. RMt?- Connolly ilie, I'.-i. 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