The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 16, 1939 · Page 9
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March 16, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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THTTRSTHY MARCH 16, 1933 TTTE DATLY COTTRIER. CONNELLSVILLE PA. PAGE NINE. HURRY WORK ON UNTEGRAFF HEADQUARTERS Hope to Have Remedied Mill Building Ready in Two Weeks NEW INDUSTRY FOR SCOTTDALE C H. S. NJJWS Of The Day Snccial to The Courier SCOTTDALE, Mai 18--Men arrived heie Tuesday from Pittsburgh to wue the testing derailment of the H E XTpdegraph plant Work is being rushed on the installation of machines as the company is desirous of moving here as soon as possible, and getting its manufacturing plant under one roof At present the work of the company is being carried on at three diffeiert places in the Pittsburgh district It is hoped to have the building ready for occupancy in about two weeks The building being used is that of the old mill plant of the Carnegie- Illinois Steel Corporation deeded by that company to the Scottdale Community Civic and Industrial Corporation Machines ha\ e already been set up in one of the buildings to be used as a winding room Hall the room, which was the mills former warehouse, will be used for stoiage and as a small assembling room The building located on the east side of the property, used as an annealing department of the mill, uill be used by the new concern for fabricating, testing, shipping and finishing A railroad track accommodating three freight cars is being built to connect with the sidetrack outside the mill Two of the four boilers of the mill have been put in shape and \vill be used for heating purposes The personnel of the new company as as follows President, H E Updegraph, treasurer and general manager, L C Nisi, chief engineer, C C Hastings, purchasing agent, office and traffic manager, Vaughn J Redpath, secretary, Miss Hazel Vis- chart, bookkeeper, Miss Betty Kenney, in charge of stores, Ralnh Popp, in charge of transformer tests, Malcolm T Banks, and development engineer, R E Updegraph, Jr To Present Program. The Mendelssohn Choir, the Sigma Gamma Club and the Scottdale High School Orchestra, with J Mendel Hirst, director, will present a program before the Monday Music Club, at its regular meeting Monday evening at the Presbyterian Church Von Bora Class Meets. The Catherine Von Bora Class of St Paul's Lutheran Church held its legular meeting Tuesday evening at the church at which time the new boolc of the class was read by various members, led by Mrs Hoffer Mrs John Kritschgau, Sr, and Mrs Glenn Ruth were hostesses at the social hour Entertains Philathcas. The Senior Philathea Class of the First Baptist Sunday School held its regular meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ruth Ritchie, of Eleanor avenue Theie was business meeting, followed with a social hour Those assisting Mrs Ritchie were Mrs Edward Percy and Mrs Alwyn Cummmgs Mislsonary Society Meets Mrs Arthur Baughman was the leader at the regular meeting of the Missionary Society of St Pair's Lutheran Church held Wednesday evening in the church Mrs Walter Haines and Mrs Iva Ulery were hostesses Rev. Baer Preaches Rev Harold C Baer, pastor of the First Reformed Church of Mount Pleasant preached the sermon at the Lenten service of the Trinity Reformed Church Wednesday evening Book Club Meets The Book Club he'd its regular meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mis G Haven Dawson, Arthur avenue "Southern Melodies ' were sung by the members The book review of the evening on Laura Krey's "And Tell of Time," was given by Mrs Homer Aiken Assisting Mrs Dawson as hostesses were Mrs E C Auld, Miss Ada Vance and Miss Sally Monroe ' Another False Alarm Tuesday night s false fii e alarm was again sent in from Box 21, at Loucks Dean Addresses Girls The junior and semoi guls were addressed Tuesday afternoon by the dean, of girls, Miss Ruth Sensbach, during activi*ies period Miss Sensbach spoke on "Nursing ' stating that it "is one of the most useful and satisfying professions which any woman can enter ' She added further that it could be used as institutional work as superintendent of hospital school of nursing head nurse in hospital ward ope r atmg ward, supervisor of clinic of dispensary, educational work, as school or Red Cross nurse public health social service, child welfare, private duty, Government service, army, navy, Federal Public Health, Red Cross, missionary work Indian, Alaskan reservations and last homelife better w'fe and mother The requirements were listed and a few fine books pertaining to nursing were suggested for reading material College Discussions A general discussion v as held in Senior Homeroom 9, sponsored by Miss Eleanor Roland concerning the various colleges and life 'here Seniors Impersonate Teachers v\ ere impersonated in HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT, Md- 16 -An Ameiicanism program was held Tuesday evening by the Junior Auxlhaiy of James E Zundell Post, Ameiicir Legion, at the post roorrs Nut cups weie made foi 50 patients at Periyspomt Hospital to be used at Easter tune At the close of the meeting there was a social hour, with refreshments served the 30 guests by Mis Edgar Exhne and Mrs Samuel Craig Heads Scientific Paper Dr Arthur Waldo or Scottdale read a scientific paper before he stafl of Fnck Memorial Hospital at its regular meeting Wednesday at noon Dr Chailes H Poole Jr wis named to the attending start of the ho'pit il, and Di M A Noon Jr ol New Stanton u as mmed to the associate stnff Suffers Ankle Iniurj. Wilbur Glotfelty 37 years old of Indian Head ^ho is emploed at the saw mill of Joe Korzen of Donegal suffered a left foot ind ankle injury v. hile at woi k Rebekahs Meet Friday The business mee'mg of Juln Rc- bekah Lodge w ill be held at 7 o clock Friday e\en!ng in Odd FelSous Hall Miss Doro'hy Mathias' Semor| a t \\h ch tme clectior of officers Dramit c Club and were enjojcd by wl |] t a k e place Crinolines O. K.'d for Court all After the impersonations contests were held One was matching current Broadway productions with actors and actresses and the second was figuring out naties of actors and actresses from jumbled lette-s Social Etiquette Miss Ma. ha Horky s Etiquette Club held a lengthy discussion pertaining to social etiquette including the manners a boy should use at various social functions Vespers April 2 The annual Easter Vesper sen ice conducted by the Girl Reserves will be held at 4 o'clock Sunday at the United Brethren Church with Miss Catherine Zimmerman, sponsor, su-1 ^ lxon J , r _ *·""? pervismg the work of the music com- " mittee of which Dorothy Osterwise is chairman New Unit Started "Establishing the Constitution As a Workable Plan of Government is the title of the new unit stalled in Miss Loretta Galiardi s History classes American MeUa Bnrdick Reads "The Tiuly Mother," was the title o£ the reading guen by Melva Burdick at the meeting of the Freshman Damatic Club Wednesday The reading was written by Dorothy Canfield Fisher The remainder of the club period was used to reheaise sketches in which all members ate participating .Miss Eva Sapolsky is sponsor How About Bird Books" A set of bird books is the prize to be pre«ented to the winner of the ' Believe It or Not" contest being held in J F Lewis' Nature Study Club The believe it or not contest refers to animals and plants and will be completed at the next club meeting at which time the prize will be awarded Discuss John Work and Joe Enos led a fine discussion pertaining to the new super-highway in Automobile Club Wednesday, assisted by Henry Porter It was stated how years ago Andrew Carnegie started to build a railroad which necessitated the bonng of tunnels which are to be used lor the highway, work for which was authorized in 1937 when the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission was set up David C Guhl is sponsor Marionette Plays Rehearsed. Two plays were rehearsed at Marionette Club under the supervision of the sponsor, Arthur Boy- lind The plays being rehearsed are "Jack and the Beanstalk' and "Cinderella's Slipper" Sport Talks. Sport talks marked the program of Arthur H Huffs Football Club Talks were- "Arlie Latham," Bob Fisher, "History o£ Baseball," Albert Olszewski, "Basketball," Harold Reed and "Penn State Pclay Swimming Meet Ed Boyle Can Tou Use Bait? "Bait" was the topic of discussion at the Fish jnd Game Club with Jefl Porterheld telling of the \anous ds«it* k»vnc in ***... **«.* --»i --v ^.v«-..- avenue and Hickory sheets A special I kinds of live bait The sponsor investigation is being made since as Chailes Sisley, then talked on how to It Is from th s box alarms have Lome that all false Frlsch Now Broadcaster. BRADENTON, Fla, Mai 16- Frankie Fusch, former manager .of the St Louis Caidinals, lips signed a contract lo broadcast baseball games from both National and American League Boston parks it was ic- oorted in the Boston Bee camp yes- ·tciday Iiiich who was succeeded Dy Ray Blades as Caid pilot late last eason is due here Saturday Ilut'c Granite Blocks Carved. PROCTOR Vt, Mar 16 --The six largest blocks, of maible ever quarried in Noith Amenci are receiving orehmmary carving here "Fmlsr-- ng touches will be added when they arc set in place for the Oregon State Capitol in Salem Two of the blocks TCigh 81 toni and the othei four bo- ween 70 and 80 tons How's Your Stomach? Binghamton N Y -Mr*. Edith WhttpeD 891 Chenaogo St. said To stimulate the appe tite and to rel eva tomtch upiets such aa F u ani aed ndigejuon, bare found Dr Pierce · Golden Medical Diacor cry most titisiactory In (set the Discover?' made roe ted raucb bet tcr in every tray Bay m lioaid of Itblets trom your druiK it Kit? See faov moch t*H*r - «rl use equipment and the baits Nursing: Broadcast Gl"ls interested in nursing will oe excused irom class at 2 o'clock to report to the dming"oo r n wheie a "adio will be set up foi the junior and senior girls to heai a broadcc st, scheduled as an interview, on *'Jnc A Delano Week," by S Elna Smitten, secretary of the Pittsbuigh committee of Red Cross nuismg sen ice JUNIOR HIGH NOTES The next issue of the Scooper will SPECIALS Thurs., Friday Sat Beef Boll .. Beef Steii Humbling . Chuck Roast l)i. lOc 2 Ibs. 25c 2 His. i3c 1 H)-,. 50c Aoal, Beef and Pork, Ground 3 Ihs. 0c M-Inted Ham -2 Ibs. ,!c TROUT'S MT. Opposite ilks Home Phone J7"»7. At 8 o clock the Rebekaha ind | their fi ends will be entertained uith cards bingo ind Chinese checkers | Hospital Patient George Mauk of li East Main I sticct v.1 o has been ill at his home, i has been taken to Fuck Islemonal Hospital for treatment Sacred 'Music Program A sac-ed program will be presented by the Mount PJeis?nt Mu^ic Club at 4 o clock Sunday if ernoon at the Tjni'ed Berthicn Chinch There will be an 01 gin piano md violin number by Mrs Leo SI u- maker, Andrew SnarU and Jerry Rega ladies' chorjs Ruth Corder, male sextet, Chirles Thompson John Stefl Robert Geo-ge James Di\ls md Thoburn Snvder Jr duet, Mrs Fr ink Cooper and Mrs Gilbeit Clark piano solo, Mis John Claik tr o, Mrs Gilbert Clerk Mrs Shuimker ind Ruth Cordei piano, \ioiin and cello Mrs Shumaker Jeny Rega and Andrew Swartz mile sextet soprano solo, Sarah S Horner and lidies' cho-us Bible Class Meets The Ladies' Bible Class of the Chuich of God met Tuesday c\cnmg at the home of Mrr Thomis Ki'-ton ir West WishH gton street Mrs Ernest Brown president presided A feiture of the evening uas a story told by Mrs Frca Dunlope of Brou nsville At the close of the meeting there was T social hour uith the hostesses being Mrs Milford Shaw Mrs Thomas Fidler Mrs James Crosbj, Mrs Hirvey Lo-ig Mrs Thorn-is E-cline, M"s Albert CHrr. Debutantes curtsying to King George and Queen Elizabeth at Bucking- bam Palace this season may do ao m crinolines, on which Her Majesty has put her seal of approval The creation shown here is one of the styles mado for court wear by Mrs Handley Seymour of London, fashion expert. (Central Press) Operahon on "Abdominal Brain" Termed Cure for Heart Trouble (B- Easton, Mrs Edgir Thorms Tobln, Mrs and Mrb L G Pryce Vew Officer* in Chars" 'U a meeting ot the Missiomij Society of the Heunion Presbjtenan Church, held at the church Tuesday evening reports were heard from ·lanous members The ne\vl elected officers, including President, M"s Paul Newcomb sccretirj Miss Violi Stevenson and t-easurc'' Mrs Moms Pigman *ook their cha rs A. the close of the meeting there v is a socnl hour with the hostesses being Mrs D L Geoige Mrs M R George and Mrs Alice Doncister Mrs Lyman Fox HI Mrs Lvrnan Fox of West Main street is ill at her home Her daugh- tei Mrs Fied Dunlope of Brownsville is here to lake care of her Attend Banquet Mrs Margie Ramsey, Mrs Eva Patteison Miss Martha Shultz and Mrs Lillian North attended a banquet ut Wilkmsburg, given in horor of the State officers of the Rcbekah Assembly Monday evening In Frick Hospital Robert D Walsh 77 years old of this place is a patient at Frick Memorial Hospital be the spring copy and promises to be one ot the best of the year A basketball tournament is burg sponsoicd for the seventh and eighth grade boj i, by tl c Buys Le iders' Club under the duection o£ Aided Red' Barr The U ijns are to be limited to eight playcis All gnmes will be played m the evenings or on Saturdays bave oui clothes and have more lime for leisure' New Fm-riex Agitator v, a s h e s cleanei safely Pressure- Ator \** ringer protects c\ e y kii d of fabnc $49.5O up Find Out About Low Terms' FRANK R. SWEEMEY 139 E Crawford Avenue Phone 977 ATLANTA Ga Mar 16 -- \ n o p - en'ion on t i e ubdonunal br nr of the body was declared b Di George Cnlc famous Cleveland phj uor to offer hope v o savin[ he h\es o! thousands of persons ··uFerirg f r om heart trouble The abdominal brain is a maS6 of ncr\ e i bres knov/n ii, the cell L ganglion l ^ m t just bcljw the lowct end of the breast bone It co-it-o s the action of the hea^c, digestion blood pressure the glands Jungs manv ner\c ind to some extent the nctiutj of the he!ci biain it also goxcrns the cuculition of blood in Ihc 62,000 miles, o£ blood \essela \vithir Jie hurrin bod} CKeracth itv oC this lo\ er b-am is lirgejv the cilice of high blood prti,- sun. h irdening of the arteries an- gine pecto-is and oth«c heirt ailments because it is tl c powerhouse of the body Dr Cnlc told the South- extern Surgical Congress The operation on it to relieve these conditions is not new U consists of cutting manj of the ner^.c Ubrei running to OIL heiri ind othei oigans to break the circuits o£ electrical stimulus from the celiac ringhon to them, thus slo i ng do\ n their ac- tivit However the Cle\elaid sugcon said, I believe that its general application is the insucr to the colossal problem of hejrt d.sca^e In the Unit- Economy Bioc Leader Says Progress Made In Taxes Revisions \ V \ S H I N G T O N Mar 16--Senator Pat Harrison D Miss, leader ot the Senate economy rebellion said today thit progicss \\a* made nt a confei- J erce ith President Hoosu\elt on i p i o p o i i l s to revise 'deterrent' ta\es on business !I-trn*an eitcratcd tha* 1 a ta\ bill \vill ha\e to be considered at this session of Congress He-ieliibed to speculate on what form the corporation ta\ might take or whether repeal of the corporate smpliu* and capital gains lev it:*--the New Deal's cherished Ui\es--might, piove feasible ed States I t:3 that it is a colossal problem because lieait disease js to- ri iy the prmcipnl cause of death an our countrv ind heretofore it has not been ddequjlely deilt \sith ' Remarkiig that he would much preler to have cancer than heart disease ' the Clcx eland surgeon added thut in most cases the opcrition his brought aboiu ilrrost miraculous results m the rehcl of heart pains stopping of chrome headaches ond elimination of the genenl weakness and exhaustion chaia(_teristic of /ai - ous forms of the disease LOOK at These VALUES Save up to */2 on Your New Shoes STRAPS-PUMPS SPORT At These Low Prices. Patents Kid Gabardine Buck Cilr t\rch Shoes Dress Slippers IValkmir Sliocs Combinations Uigh Hctls Cubjn HecN Military Hccli College IIec!s 1 lat IlLcIs BOYS' CLEAT WORK SHOES News of Day returnee ; Hospital Mi-s from ConrellsviUe Stata Sunday Special to The Courier DUNBAB, Mai 16--The Catholic Action Club held i s weekly meeJjng in the chuich hall Tuesday evening with Ftank Grass, piesident, presiding It was decided, to hold several basketball games for the benefit of tne DeMaico families whose home was destroyed by fire last week A repoit was given by Miss Virginia McGivern chaulady of the diamatic unit This unit has decided lo have variety piogiams Plans for a cake social to be held in the near future were discussed Final arrangements for the Pageant of Brides wore read by Miss Alberta Bruno" Miss Ameln Rossi will assist Miss Bruno Dramatic Club Rehearses The Dramat c Club of the Christian Endeavor Society of the Methodist Protestant Church is having rehearsals for a play, L ttle Jimmy Jones to be held later Mrs Arthur Hai\ey is the duector Robert Millei is advertising manager and Thomas Clements is stage manager The fallowing cast has been, announced Jimmy Jores, Edwin fiaker James Jod-el Jones Cemlyn Jobes Mrs Jennie Jones Mrs Ada Gangaware Polly Prescott as Pickles, Jean Har\ey, Mis Pamella Prescott, hei. mother, Mis Nell Biyson B BE Bingham, Robert McDowell, Duffy Shaw Wayne Hamilton, Catherine Cameion as "Cuddles," Cora Chalfant Gabnel Garfield as "Gabby,' Bessie Mae Jordan Nora Newman as 'News} Catherine Mayer Gladys Glamour Sara Kathryn .Porter, Dora Daxenport, owner of Davenport department stole, Gladys Hardy, Van Dyke Van Iloin, William .Rockwell Meeting Tonisht, A laige attendance is expected at the lownsend meeting to be held tonight in the basement of the Methodist Protestant Church The time is 730 William Klrby Buried Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon foi "William Kirby at the home of a daughter, Mrs Edna Seaton m Brick Row with Hev William Hamilton officiating Hymns we e sung by a quartet composed of Mrs John Seaton, Mr* McDowell, Bud Mayer and Mrs Arthur Harvey Pallbearers were C K Seaton Bruce Tuinbaugh Ben Beals, Charles Dunnaway, Clarence Mart n and Ralph Shipley Interment was in Mount Auburn Cemetery Personals. Mrs Eail Golden of Johnstown is' spending several days at the home ol her sister-in-law, Miss Mabel Golden of High street Mis Eleanor Alexandei and b.iby .Siva Barhans is ill at her home in the Burhans apaitments Mi and Mis Hemy R Smith and son Dick, attended the funeial seiv- ices for an uncJe, Eduard Smith, held at St John s Church at Star Junction Wednesday morning Mr and Mrs Edward Gibbons were in Penyoplois Tuesday evening WHY TAKE CHANCES WITH HEAD COLDS? If you feel A bead cold cominc on -- take no rt.S-Si1a doctor *t oace. HB wll P"*«bhr .UBOTt » Iicbt liquid diet ? ad put you to bed On£. Nature cm cure a cold and you can bap Iwaturo brat by (Ktuns plen y ot nac. To rest comfortably, you sbould bo able to breathe Ircely thru your nose. Here » a mroplo SSrSit «ai holt ea» your breathins and thus promote restful »leep If your nose · atopped up vnth mucus due to a cold set n jar or tube of Mentbolatum at any drus store Put some m ««* mwtril and anu.1 u IIP " '" aa you con Mentholotum » » mdd cootinc ontment contamms meuthol camphor and ·ootb nitoils ItotayaputiasoirnoMandeivca SftcIeSf "g vapoK^Fboon. Th» action bdr» to oien up your breatluns paaeateji and »o» lh " the raivnSjTinude your aoee If your cold i, farther down rub a. liberal QuanUty on neck throat and cheat. , . , Remember, dont take chances with bead colds--call » doctor at once Then get soire Munthoiatwra to help relieve bead cola pllsenei U.rf by uaBon» for ovtr 40 years. In iar» and tubea it all drnjsiata--only 30^ UNION DRUG CO. 301 N. Psttsburg St. firing Your Prescriptions Here! 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