The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 8, 1938 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 8, 1938
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TUESDAY, M VRC1I S, A _ 5S. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE SEVEN. Somerset Coal Output Last Year 5/152,251 Tons Bituminous coal production in Somerset county during 1937 aggregated 5,152,251 tons, according to a compilation of reports from the various Inspection districts Production by districts follows Sixth, 015,804 tons 24th, 2,110,559 tons 20th, 2,101 373 tons Filth, 24,514 tons News of Day At Dunbar DUNBAR, Mar 8--Observance of the world day of prayer, conducted in the Methodist Protestant Church Friday afternoon was largely attenc'- ed and a program of prayer, singing and music was carried out The services were in charge of the Women's Mis'ionary societies of the various churches of the community. Venetian Carnival Success The annual Venetian carnival, which was an event of Tuesday evening m Harvey's hall, under the auspices of the Sons of Italy and the auxiliary, Mary of M* Virgin Lodge, was considered an outstanding success. It was attended b more than 300 persons. In accordance with an old Italian pre-Lenton custom, a majority oi those attending were in costume anc the march of the mummers was the feature of the evening Awards were given to Mrs Mar- Rarct DeOre, Theresa DcOre, Nick Bell nnd Viola Rice A door prize went to Margaret Miller and Lena Laticrio. The hall was prettily decorated ·with festoons of van-colored crepe paper and balloons Paper hats horns and other novelties added to the gaiety of the affair Music and novelty dance and song numbers were added attractions Upon conclusion of the festivities a lunch was served Farly for Anna Marie Sfero. A juvenile party was given at thi home i£ Mr and Mrs Domimck Sfcro of I urnacc Saturday afternoon in honor of the fifth birthday anniversary of their daughter, Anna Marie A number of games wer played with prizes going to Ruby Marie Daugherty, Teeny Hardy Anna Louise Sfero, Junior Stasia an Junior Colatch A lo\ely cake, frosted with white Icing, decorated with pink and green and embellished with five pink tap crs, was the centerpiece and wa baked for the occasion by a friem of the family, Mrs Catherine Calla han. Assisting the hostess were Mrs John CaUahan, Mrs Thomas Martin Mrs. Martin Bloom, Mrs Anthony Colatch, Mary Sfcro, Mrs. Jamc Caruso, Mrs. Alphonse Marcngello »nd Mrs Mary Daugherty Anna Marie was the recipient o many attractive gifts Guests were Jean Bloom, Mary Catherine Calahan, Junior Colatch Ruby Marie Daugherty, Teeny Hardy, Josephine Marengello, Ros Morgan, Dolores Morgan, Tomnv Martin, Jerry Callahan, Angelin Caruso, Anna Louise Sfero an Junior Stasia, the last mentionec from Uniontown. Among the Sick. Miss Phyllis Emigh, who under ·went an operation Hi Connellsvill State Hospital Friday morning is progressing nicely. Mrs. Roy Derryberry is ill at her home at Bowcst. Mrs. B. J McGivern is confined ti her bed with a severe cold Mrs. Warren Parker was admlttte to Connellsville State Hospital Fri day and will probably submit to major operation Tuesday. Gordon Topper is ill with a sever attack of grip Edward, small son of Mr. nnd Mrs Jacob Bereitcr o! Speers Hill, is suf fcnng from a badly bruised arm received Thursday morning when h had it caught In the wringer of washer. Mrs Mae Jones, who has been patient at Connellsville State Hos pital for the past week, is schedulec to undergo an operation today. Clarence Jones is a patient at th Connellsville State Hospital whcr he Is undergoing treatment for ar Infected hand Other Items of Interest. Mr. and Mrs. Don Randolph am sons, Donny and Jimmy of Renton and Mrs Althen Marker of Browns ville were week-end guests ot Mrs G F. Randolph of Speers Hill. Clyde Topper of Hagerstown, Md has returned to his home after several days' visit with his brother Gordon Topper Mrs. Rose Laughrey of Uniontown was a week-end guest of her son-m law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs David Baker Mrs. Joseph McGarrity of Weirton W. Va, is visiting at the home o her parents, Mr and Mrs B. J. Me Givern. William Hausman, who has been in the employ of the Western Mary land railroad at Hagerslown, Md, ha been transferred to Bowcst Mr Hausman formerly resided here Misses Catherine and Margarc Pacey and Arthur Gauderi of Phillip were callers Sunda evening at th home of Mrs Michael Galdcresi Scouts Enjoy Hike Members of the Girl Scouts an Special to The Courier CONFLUENCE, March 8--L A teed of Brownsville, who has been isitmg his son-in-law and daughter, ir and Mrs. G B Hopwood, for ome time, is reported in poor health The Epworth Leagues of COnflu- ncc, Johnson Crnpel and Urslm arc elebratmg ' Win My Chum Week his week in the M E Church heic An interesting program is presented ach evening, excepting Saturday. Mrs David Cronln, who has been fleeted with an infected foot and onflned to her bed for scveinl months is able ia bo up now Mr and Mrs Carl Peterson and hrcc children ot Scottdale were over iunday visitors with Mrs Peterson's Mrcnts, Mr and Mrs A L Bird Mr and Mrs Fred Lindhurst of Detroit Mich, are visiting friends icre Mrs Lindhurst was the former VIiss Blanche Rciber Elmer Shipley, a county auditor s engaged at present with the other auditors in going over the county iccounts at Somerset Miss Hayes Swan Miss Agnes Straka and nephew, Andrew Straka, tnd Scott Smith were recent visitors at Cumberland Mr and Mrs F M Robinson and ittle daughter of Cumberland were recent visitors with Mrs Robinson's parents, Mr and Mrs J T Reynolds C L Groff of Lower Turlcoyfoot ;ownship is reported in poor bcilth Mrs Mary Laub of Tarcnlum is visiting her brother and sistcr-m- !aw, Mr and Mrs A L Bird Julia Faye, little 16-months-rld daughter ot John Turne, is recover- ng from a severe illness She was thrcitened with pneumonia The Odd Fellows held a meeting Friday evening and admitted five new members Frank Anderson of Listonburg was a business visitor here Saturday Mrs Lloyd Kurtz of Swissvale formerly of this plice has returned to her home after a visit of several days here with friends Mr. and Mrs C M Cunningham have received work from their son, Max Cunningham, who lives In the flooded district of Los Angeles, Calif , stating he had escaped Do This If You're Don v t take cbuiee* on harmful opIatM aotj product* which you know nothing about. UM common »«OM. 0«t more fr*«h air, rnor* i}»*p and tak* a reliable tJm^provtn m*dldii» ilk* CBMUB Lydla E. Pinkhams Vegttabl* Com* pound--made ctprcioUv for vomtn (ram whole* ·om* h*rt» and root*--Ice it help Natur* toa« up your ay*t«m and thua calm jaogly n*nra, IMMD dUtm* (rota f«ma!« functional dltor- dtn and zoako Uf* worth Urine For over 60 yean out woman ha* to!4 .·nothtr how to to **»taillnz thru** with riakhaci» Compound--let It help YOU. Confluence State Building Operations Show Marked Increase HARRISBURG, Mar 8--Building operations jumped 18 per cent In 141 of the laigei Pennsylvania municipalities last year over 1936 and expenditures rose neurly 24 pel cent Ralph M Bnshore, Secretary of Labor and Industry, announced thit 37,145 building permits were issued m 1937 for operations totaling an estimated $82,159008 This is $15,718,528 .ibovo the previous ycai's otal and an increase o£ 5,809 pei- mits The ivcioge estimated cost of construction per opeiation last year wis $2,212, an increase of $92 over 193C In ConnellbMlle there were 121 building projects having an estimated cost of S314978 m 1937 as compared with 71 permits having a total expenditure of $105,830 in 1930 Other municipalities revealed ^937 No of Uldcx Cost Cost Charlcrol 24 s. 78 450 $ 40 580 Crccnibure 32 127470 177840 Jcanncttc 100 112111 i r « C 9 McKccsport 1097 "24676 770 2G« Monc-^cn 70 00553 jl uO Motions "Doll 4!) »245 lo OdO Uniontown 82 174 330 179 915 Washlneton 104 105755 143910 West Ncwlon 0 1.2JSO 11 100 Mount Pleasant showed an incrcibe during 1937 over 1936, issuing 18 permits in the amount of $26,625 for last year as compared with 11 permits aggregating $19,050 the preceding ye-ir There w-ib very little change at Scottdale, although an upward tiend There were three permits for $4 300 in 1936 and five permits for $4,950 In 1937. South ConnellbMllc icported n decline with 22 permits for $28 478 in 1937 and 33 permits for $65,915 in 1036 AUTO PULLS MULE OUT OF MUD HOLE NAPA, Cal, Mar. 8--When mule belonging to Harry Lutclj fell off a bridge and landed in the mud south end first, the old routine of a mule pulling an auto out of the mire was reversed The mule was unable to get its hind feet out of the mud and a car was summoned to extricate it their leader, Mrs Walter Reynolds enjoyed a pleasant hike to River hil! Saturday afternoon where they studied a number of species of bird nests and other things of interest It was the first in a scries of hikes in connection with the study of nature. Dish-Drying's A Picnic With These household Art* by Alice Brooks PATTERJS 6027 Fun for leibine moments--woik tins cheery tea-towel bet m simple embroidery md 8-to-thc-mUi crosses' P-ittern 6027 contiins n transfer pat- fern of 6 motifs aNei igma G'/ix7 inches; materials needed, illustrations of stitches, color scheme* To obtain this pattein send 10 cents in stjmps or com (com preferred) to The Courier Household AiUs Dcpt, 259 W 14th Sheet New York N Y. Be EUIC to write plainly your NAMU, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER Greater Foot Comfort F o r T h o s e W h o W a l k o r S t a n d It the time ou spend on jour Icct makes them burn ache nnd tct\ overtired rub on a lit lc Ice Mint Jail before you fio to bed nnd t»ce how much better your icet f«.el the next d-i You will surely appreciate the refreshing contort this simple treatment iMth Ice Mint will brinp to ^our feet Ice Mint uill quick!;. rcUe\e the sUn-j- intt of corn* nnd tiio burning of cal!ou*«i --Is easy and pleasant to use--wilt not staJn--and Just ont jiifiht* use will *how jou an cas plefl^ant wa to make \o\ir feel more comfortable An druggist can supply you.--Ad\ crtlscmcnt DQWSOM The Lidics* Aid of Diwson M E Church will hold n cafeteria supper, Wednesday, beginning at 5 oclock Roast turkey, baked h im ind oysters will be sci\ed --Advertisement -mar. 7-8 Modern Swains Are Warned Against Proposing Marriage In "Treacherous" Moonlight IRANKL1N I n d , Mil 8--Marriage proposals should be made at hiRh noon, instead ot m the 'ticich- erous' moonlight, accoiding to Dr W G Mather Jr head of the :iology department of f r a n k l i n Collcfe Using one's held is difilcult it ony time, especially so in the mittcr of choosing a life p irtne-,' Dr Mather 'Love is b nature an emotional matter, and under strong emotion il forces it is hiid to think cletrh The stronger %ou ,ire attnctcd to ·mother, go that much slower m forming life-long attachments, for 'he very force of desire clouds our reasoning abilllj Dr Mithcr recommended th it young people have ' lots of dales ' ' Don't bccomi. enj, igcd while freshmen or sophomores in college ' he vv-irm , ' tht mortiht\ of such engagements is hlfih in college" "Be biirc It s Lo\ c ' 'Be suie its lo^e,' Dr Mather ad\ised "Love is not \%hnt it is usually thought of ind sung about, lo\c is not in overwhelming desire to "be with the other person nlonc lo\e is in overwhelming desire for the welfare of the other person whether you are to be a pnrt of tint welfare or not It is 'other-regarding,' in thit you want the best for him or her. not for yourself Love cannot be jealous Be iware that Mother Nature docs not care two cents for nil I hive been sijmg She wints you to have children She does not even care whether you marry first, or never She inls children She rmkcs you wint children "But th" mere desire to have physical relations with another is not fit bisis for mirriage It is only a par' ot mnrnage, there are also the menta and spiritual companionships that no true love can do without, and vvith- ou f which no marriage can endure "And remember, as you Judge others, th it others must judge you, do not think tint courUhip consists of jour finding t good mate It consists t qunlly of your being a good mate " Further Decline In Direct Relief Roils in County A further decline m the net caseload of the Fayetto county direct relief rolls reduced it by 135 ,or two per cent, during the week ending Tcbruary 26, according to figures of the State Deptitment of Public As- sistinco announced /at Harrisburg ~ases opened numbered 520 while those closed totalled 055 Unemployment compensation was distributed to 334 to remove tint many cases fiom lehcf while 225 were taken on by the Work? Progress Administration, 44 iLceivcd private jobs and 22 for other reasons to close G55 cases while ot those opened 405 had lost private employment, 31 were discontinued from WPA projects and 84 for other reasons There were 565 new applications for assistance while on the rolls were 6 4G8 cases, representing 26,694 individuals, and expenditures atgie- gatcd $45,46070 The week ending Fcbruaiy 28 found Pennsylvania s direct relief population reduced to a point approximately 13 per cent (87 000 persons) below the winter peak of 697 589 persons reached on February 5 The month's downw ard movement in the recession-swollen State iclief iclls was directly traceable to augu- mcnted WPA employment of, unemployment compensation payments A net reduction in relief load ot 7,443 cases (27,463 persons) was registered during the week ending Fcbruiry 26 This decline left a Statewide total of 189,119 cases (610,192 persons) at the end of the fiscal month Relief applications filed during the week totaled 10,803--a decrease of 602 from the previous, week The reduction in case load was reflected in a drop In relief cxpendi- 'omona Grange, Insurance Firm Meet Saturday The annual meeting of policy hold- rs of the SouthweT ern Mutual Fire Associatioi will M held Saturday afternoon at 1 30 opock in Odd Fel- OAS Hall at Um^ntown, Secretary ohn T Smith announced This session will be the afternoon eature oC the quarterly meeting of 'nyettc County Pomona Grange, Patrons of Husbandry, scheduled for 0 o'clock in the morning Six Parents Fined For Not Sending Their Children lo School e, *,ose ifropi Liquid, Tablets Try COLDS and FEVER Check! Headache. 30 minutes Ut« M nub-My-Tiim -World t Liniment Get at the Cause of Constipation! Vou know that constipation often Kites you that dopey, sunken, bogRcd down feeling Why not get at Che cawe and fix it? If you cat uhnt most people do --things like- bread, met and potatocs~thc chances arc all that s the matter with jou Is you don t get enough "JwlA," And bulk" docsn t mean what you may think Its kind of food that Isnb entirely digested, but ITOVCS a soft, bulky mass in the Intestines that aids cumulation. If this U j our trouble, what you need is a diah of crisp, crunchy Kcllogg's All-Bran for breakfast every day It contains the · bulk" you need, plus Nature s intestinal tonic vitamin B,, and Iron Eat All-Brm c\ ery day drlnfc plenty of water, nnd see if the old world dotm't look a lot brlRlitcrl All-Bran is mado by Kellogft In . BattlcCrec!c.Sollbycverygrocer By United Press KA3VJE, Mir 8--Six parents of 17 Morrison school children had been found guilty today of violation of the compulsory attendance Jaw and Jus- .ice ot the Peace Emil Ste iger fined them $2 and costs each They are subject to re-arrest, it was explained, if their children are not back in school lures amounting to $98,484 The week's total for relief grants came to 51,336 806 Golden Yellow BANANAS 6 Ib. 25c Red Delicious APPLES B Ib. 25c rioridi GRAPEFRUIT Ooz. 39c Large California ORANGES Doz. 20c AVhlte or Yellow ONION SETS 8 Ib. 25c Well Bleached ENDIVE 3lb.25c Larec Head GARLIC ib.10c SAVOY CABBAGE, Ib. 5c Large Mealy POTATOES Pk. 23c Fancy Ripe TOMATOES 2lb.19c QUALITY FRUIT MARKET 137 W. Crawford Ave 3 D A Y S Wednesday, Thursday and Friday THE NEW 3 D A Y S Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Two Sensational Box Office Successes in a Great Double Feature D O N W I L S O N Famous ("Play Don!") R a d i o A n n o u n c e r fixes up" the romance life of his boss ! Sl.rHr.9 HOLIOWAY R»y ATWELL G.r»H Ottv.t I SMITH and a colossal collection of comics in a musical romance of the Gae Mae Nineties. Edmund lowe Showing Last Times Today! Fred MocMurroy Carole Lombard

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