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March 17, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1933. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVTLLE. PA. PAGE SEVEN. RAMSAY HIGH BAND PLAYS AT SCHOOL To Flee Jersey AAt. Pleasant Musicians Present Interesting Program. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 17.-A band concert was given Thursday evening at Ramsay High School auditorium by the senior and junior bands under the direction of Fred R. Houseman. The following program was presented: Junior band -- "Blue Eagle," inarch; "Energy," overture; and "Military Escort," march; senior band--"Militaire," overture; "Our Director," march; "Paramount," o v e r t u r e ; "Franc'aise Militaire," march; "World's Event," march; "Cnnzonette," reed quartet; "March of the Noble," brass choir; "Arabian Nights," overture; "Them Basses," Inarch; "Aubade from 'Le Cid 1 "f solo, W. Zeman; "The Bugler's Overture"; "Victor Herbert's Favorites"; March "De Molay," Commandery, and Alma Mater. Taking part in the reed quartet number were Reuben Zeman, George Simon, Robert George and Sam Schindel, Jr. In the brass choir were Philip Freeman, Marion Busko, Wells Zeman, Panfleld DeNicola, lack Snyder, Eugene Stefl and Charles Thompson. n The senior band members were given their scholastic honors. They included Thoburn Snyder, Jr., Wells Keman, Charles Thompson, Leonard Poster, Robert George, Emil Quash- aock, Thomas Smelko, George Simon, Eugene Stefl, Thomas Cost and William Covert. Teachers Meet. The Scottdale and Mount Pleasant public school teachers met at Ramsay High School auditorium Thursday evening and heard J.. Y. Shambach, of the State Retirement As- lociation of Harrisburg tell of the retirement system. After his talk many questions were asked by the teachers so that they might become better acquainted with the workings' of the organization. To Toar With Circus. G. Wyley .Overly, upon invitation of Downie Brothers Circus, will again this year spend his vacation as a clown in that circus. He will take his vacation some time during June or July, known as the two "best show months. Mr. Overly, cashier of the Mount Pleasant State Bank, last year spent his vacation as a clown with the Tom Mix Circus. A letter from Downie Brothers, the largest motorized circus in . the world, states that the management most cordially invites Mr. Overly to visit with it during his vacation, and also that it would be a distinct honor to have him select their circus this summer. Mr. Overly has his own trailer and. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD To Judge Loyalists Samuel W. Rushmore, 68 (above), millionaire inventor, is having 1,250 trees felled on his Plainfield estate as mark of protest sgrainst New Jersey politics, notably appointment of Frank Hague, Jr., to Court of Appeals bcnih. Rushmnre said he would offer his $220,000 home to Father Divine as hospital for his "angels" apd then travel--"anywhere to get away from Jersey politics." Birth of Son. Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Kinneer are receiving congratulations on the recent birth of a nine-pound son, Glenn I Ray, at their home at White. There are now two boys in the^famtly. Mrs, Kinneer, the former Miss Hazel Brown, and baby are getting along nicely. Flyinsr Police Unit Planned. SYDNEY, N. S. W., Mar. 17.--New South Wales expects to have its "flying finest." Plans call for an aerial police force of 100 men, each of whom will have his own plane and be trained -as a pilot for running down criminals. travels with the circus, being advised from time to time where it will exhibit so that he may Join it at a time convenient to him. Entertain Club. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bergman I entertained the card club of which j they are members at their home I Thursday evening. Two tables were brought into play during the evening. Daughter Born. Mi-, and Mrs. John Gasda of Standpipe Way announce the birth of a daughter at Frick Memorial Hospital Wednesday night. Fa-rents of Son. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krance of Yukon are the parents of a son born i Thursday morning at Prick Memor- ' ial Hospital. Undersoes Operation. John Jacobs, son of J. Jacobs o^ Main street, underwent an operation | Thursday morning at Frick Memor- ; ial Hospital. SCOTTDALE, Mar. 17.--Audiences were kept in gales of laughter from the opening of the Junior class play at East Huntingdon Township High School until the curtain fell Thursday evening a,t the school auditorium. The presentation was entitled "Aunt Abby Answers An Ad," and had the following students in the cast Abby Ainsley, Geraldine. Miller; Lucindy Lovejoy, Margaret Hodge, Horace Harter, William Buttermore; Anna Ainsley, Huth Grimm; Lillian Lorraine, Wilma Fowler; Billy Barberton, Donald Myers; Bobby Barrington, Robert Thorn; Mrs. Purviance, Dorothy Weaver; Horace Harkwell, Thomas Leighty, and Elsie Ebbersole, Kathryn Jean Lowe. Lesion Birth Observed. Thomas A. Lewellyn Post, American Legion, entertained its members and the Legion auxiliary with a birthday party at the Legion home ; Wednesday evening. i To Address Club. Dr. George Melody of Greensburg will be the speaker at the Townsend Club meeting to be held at 8 o'clock Monday evening in Moose Hall. Missionary Society Meets. The Ladies' Missionary Society ot the First Baptist Church met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. E. C. Auld in Loucks avenue. The subject for the evening was "The Toll Bridge." Teachers Enrol!. At a meeting of teachers of the Scottdale schools, they henrd a representative of the Hospital Sen-ice Association of Pittsburgh on group hospltalization. As a group the teachers joined the organization. Sacred Concert Sunday. The Irwin male chorus, with 50 voices under the direction of Evan Lloyd of Braddock, and with Norman Lycette as accompanist, will give a sacred concert at 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening at the United Brethren Church. The concert is free to all. Union Lent .Service. A Lenten union church service will be held this evening at the First Presbyterian Church with Rev. J. W. Witherspoon, the pastor, preaching. Passes Slate Board. Miss Carrie Marie Hilsen, daughter of Mrs. Eliza Hilsen of Fourth avenue, has received word that she has pased her S.tate Board examination and is now a registered nurse. Girl Scout Service. Troop 4, Girl Scouts, will have an investure service this evening at their room in the Elks building. Dr. Enrique Snner, appointed by General Franco as president of the special court which will examino Spanish Loyalist prisoners taken by Nationalist forces, holds power of life or death over thousands. Run Baptist Missionary Society Meets at Ohiopyie News of Tri-Town i Community Grandiose Ttddly-Winks. coal truck struck a block o£ wood, REVERE, Mass., Mar. 17.--Tiddly- flipping it' 20 feet through the air u$nks is no gome for trucks to play, until it scored a bullseye by shatter- William Mosher told police that his | ing a laundr;' window. Dog- Delivers Milk. VASCOY, Alta., Mar. 17.--Known to the residents of this small town as the "canine milkman," Hoxie, a police dog owned by L. Anderson, a section foreman here, delivers milk. The dog has never missed a day or spilled the milk. Autos Aid Lumber Trade. NEW YORK, Mar. 17.--In a typical year, 125,000,000 board feet of lumber, the equivalent of 4,386 freight carloads, is used to pack American- made automobiles for export shipment, the Automobile Manufacturers Association estimates. MILL BUN*. Mar. 17.-- -Rev. and Mrs. Frank Wortman entertained members of the Missionary Society of the Baptist Church Saturday at their home at Ohiopyie. A covered- dish luncheon was served at noon after which a program was presented with Mrs. Clyde Friend in charge. Readings and talks taken from the "Missiona" magazine were given by various members. A vocal selection was rendered by Mrs. Orville Miller and Miss Vergna Friend, accompanied by Mrs. Foster Bigam. Mrs. Bignm also gave a piano solo. Plans were made to present a missionary play. Economics Club Meek;. The Home Economics Club held its regular meeting Wednesday at the home ot Mrs. Milton Stickel in the form of a St. Patrick's Day party. The afternoon was spent in playing games and the women o£ the club had a surprise birthday tor Mrs. Leland Tissue, ?i member. Lunch was served. Decorations were in keeping with St. Patrick's Day. Mrs. Jennie Coffin of Uniontown was a guest. Miscellaneous Shower. A miscellaneous shower was held Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Prinkey in honor of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith. Mrs. Smith was formerly Miss Regina Prinkey. A large number of friends gathered at the home with many beautiful and useful gifts. The evening was spent in playing various games. A delicious lunch was served. Personals. Mrs. G. C. Gallentine, son Dwayne and daughter Audrey and Mrs. Ar- Ihr Friend and daughter, Mrs. Judson Bryner, were shoppers in Connellsville Friday. Mrs. Frank Livingston and Mrs. Charles Dahl visited Mrs. Gertrude Harbaugh of Mathew Friday. Mrs. Robert Thomas of Pittsburgh visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stickel, last week. Mrs. Daisy Carpenter of McKeesport visited Mrs. D. W. Marietta over the week-end. Hunter Kewill and son Dale of Uniontown visited the former's mother. Mrs. Charles Newill, Sunday. . Mr. and Mi's. Dwight Skinner ot DAWSON, Mar. 17.--The East, Liberty Fancywork Club mot at the home o£ Mrs. Katherine Patterson of Liberty with nine members and two guests, Mrs. Elmer Gallagher and Mrs. Allen McClintock present. Mrs. Howard Colbert was awarded the club prize and Mrs. Peter Miller the draw prize. After the business meeting, a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held March 23 at the home ot Mrs. C. F. Randolph of Liberty. Lcasrue Leader. I Miss Esther Beatty was Spader of the Epworth League service Sunday evening. The topic was "Negro Problems." Personals. Eugene Hasson of ConnellsvHle was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. C.'J. Gaal of North Dawson. Mrs. Wade Haas and son Buddy of St. James Park were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bush of Pittsburgh. Janet Marie, four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Brewer of Vanderbilt, is confined to her home with an attack of influenza. Mrs. Harry Davis of Detroit, Mich., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hair of Dickerson Run. Mrs. Hair has been ill for some time. Mrs. James A. Cowgill of Connells- vilie, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Brewer and daughter, Janet Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Collins of Vanderbilt and Mrs. Othmar Haas were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken H. Collins. Miss Betty Shelky of Perryopolis was visiting with friends and relatives in the trl-town community Monday. Mrs, C. C. Lauderback and daughter, Miss Marie Lauderback, and granddaughter, Norma Jean Arnold, of Connellsville were visiting Janet Marie Brewer of Vanderbilt Tuesday evening. Mrs. Wade Haas of St. James Park, Mrs. Ken H. Collins and daughter, .MJss Vivian Yvonne Collins, attended Iron Bridge Chapter of the O. E. S. at Brownsville Tuesday evening. Norfolk, Va., visitt-4 the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs; George Skinner, for several days. IM3H WEEK END. SPECIALS FRUITS California Oranges lOc doz., 3 doz. 25c Florida Orages, large size, sweet and juicy .doz. 15c Lemons doz. 19c Seedless Grapefruit: doz. 35c Golden Delicious Apples 6 Ibs. 25c Fancy Strawberries pint 15c Large Plums doz. 39c Pineapples ·.-..; each 19c imported Grapes :.. Ib. 19c With a Such as--Aspurngns, Lima Beans, Green or "Wax Beuns, Peus, Artichokes, Cauliflower, Mushrooms, Eggplants, Cucumbers, Carrots, Beets, Spinach, 'Endive, and many others. v Maine Potatoes peck 29c Onion Sets 6 Ibs. 25c SEE OUR DISPLAY BEFORE YOU BUY! IVe Deliver. Phone 106. Connellsville Fruit Mkt. ' 136 North Pittsburg Street. PC. Living Room Covered in Guaranteed Here's an exquisite suite, at a saving well worth while. The frames are handsomely carved, the flne velour covers are not, only smart in appearance, but are guaranteed for wear, and against moth damage. March to us, is one of the most important months in the year. It means new merchandise . . . new heights of value-giving, because we realize that home-makers ev- . cry-where want to fix up 'their' homes for spring. Easter, Spring and June Brides will welf come the new showing of spring furniture. Spring Brides and Brides of Other Years We will store your furriture free of charge until wanted. Evening appointments gladly arranged. Call 376. · The Gift That Starts a Home LANE CEDAR HOPE CHEST Is the only tested aroma-tight Cedar Chest Backed by Free Moth Insurance Policy. We are exclusive dealer for Lane Cedar Chests. Priced as Low as SI 2.95 Cheese the Chest-Robe Waterfall Modern Bedroom It's distinctive enough for your nicest bedroom. It's as new as tomorrow, it boasts the finest kind of veneers that's possible to procure. All the inner details show its fine quality. And remember, this chest-robe is cedar lined. ER STORE WHY SPEND $15 AND MORE for Your Easter Outfit? Special SALE FINER Misses' Women's Sizes Many Are Samples 1 -of-a-Kind Models COATS · Reefers · Swaggers · Fitted. · Boxy SUITS · Swagger* »Man- Tailoreds »Seefers New Spring Colors aad Mixr tures, also Black and Navy . . Every Coo.t Beautifully Lined with Guaranteed Linings. Women's New HATS FOR'-EASTEK $1.95 Small hats, large hats, sailors, Bretons and bonnets in practically every new color.. Included are rough straws, sisols, felts and pedalines. Trimmed with veils, flowers,-velvet and - ribbon. · Head sizes' . 22 to 24. Boys' Spring Top Coats $3.49 Herringbone "· and"- tweed- top - coats. -- regulation style---beret or eton cap included. Spring colors -- · wanted sizes. Boys' Eton Suits $2.95 All wool flannel, navy or brown,-; sportsback.: coat,. lined shorts, button-on blouse.. Sizes 3 to 10. Boys' "Bell" Blouses, 79c . Past colored patterns, new stripes,- checks and mon- "otones, also button-on style w.ijth.tie to match -Youths' and Jr. sizes. Men's Dress Shirts, $1.00 Up to $1.55 values -- plain white and fancy patterns, fused collars, well tailored, full cut sizes to 17. Shirts and Shorts 25c each Guaranteed broadcloth shorts, new snap style -fine combed yarn shirts -wanted sizes. Krinkfed Bed Spreads, 79c Double bed size, monotone striped patterns, reverible. roso, green, gold, pcuc'f, t.iibfnst. Another Big Purchase! Girls'COATS Many. TCith Bags Sizes 7 to 14 For girls who like style and for mothers who. want to save. Shetlands, tweeds, herringbones and diagonals in rich reds, greens, blues, navy ana rose. Mountain Mist Cotton, 2 for $1.00 S.lx96, tull quilt size, opens out into oue big sheet. Glazene cover. Ladies' Skirts $1.95 Swing; skirls, pleated or gored--all wool flannels-wanted colors and sizes. New Spring Blouses $1.00 Tailored rayon crepes and shantungs, in pink, -white, acpia and roso. Sixes 3-1 to --10. $3.95 Men's Trousers, $2.39 Up to $3.95 values, neat stripes or checked patterns --also wool cheviots '·-- regulation young men's styles. Wanted sizes and colors. Ladies' Syf-O-Jamas 99c Choice ot. fine sateens, broadcloths and percales, new patterns and colors -- c.oat and slip-on style. Sizes 16 to 17.'

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