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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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PAGE TEN'. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. .MONDAY, MAHCH 20, J.D3U. Conservation Neglect Held Depression Cause By Fish-Game Director Natural Resources Need Protection and Restoration. EXTINCTION WAR CITIZEN'S TASK C. H. S. News Of the Day That there is a definite connection! between unemployment and the nbuse of natural resources is the opinion expressed by Paul A. Keightlcy, director of Connellsville Chapter, Fayette County Fish Game Protective Association, in calling for support of the National Wildlife Federation's campaign of education. Mr. Keightley said: "We have made no precise audit of the books, yet by the most conservative estimates we arc justified m saying that the exhausted resources of soil, forest and water, had they been harvested instead of looted, would have continued to sup- Radio Personalities. A contest pertaining to radio personalities was conducted in Junior Homeroom 1, sponsored by Miss Mary Frances Kurtz, by Jean McCoy tnd Annetta Cole. Prizes were awarded. Practice for TSiB Game. The Yale-Princeton basketball game, an annual event for the girl:,, will be held at 7 o'clock Friday. The teams are holding practice sessions today and Wednesday. Any persons who foimerly played on the teams or were staunch supporters in their hc- day, are invited to attend. Fine Book Report. Beverly Strawn gave an excellent book report on "Ginny Bronkis," in port the population sustained in the j Senior English class, boom periods of exploitation. "When we extended the valcula- tion to all of our outdoor resources, John reducing themselves year after year, wo can check against the millions now supported by public funds, and realize that by carelessness and greed was dug the pit into which now flows such a vast stream of National wealth. By yesterday's folly we brought down upon ourselves not only the appalling indebtedness that must some day be paid off, but we took from millions of men, from millions of families, the right to self- respecting, socially productive work. "Why isn't something being done? "What a simple natural question! And the answer has a simple, natural answer. "The organized minority, with immediate profit in view, always wins out in conflict with the unorganized interests of the geneial public. "Governments should put a stop to such things. "What government? "There is no official responsibility of any agency of government, Federal, state or local, to pi event the Vocational Talks. A check list on vocations was made in Mrs. Virginia Furrier's Sophomore extinction of any ex.sting species ot Homeroom 35 and two talks given an wildlife in North America. Such prevention as has been accomplished has been brought about almost entirely through the volunteer efforts of local organizations and by state and Government officials risking their jobs to do more than their duty." The major activity of Wildlife Week- is the distribution of the Wildlife Week poster stamps, 80 miniature portraits, in color, of birds, fish, animals, trees and wild flowers, painted by outstanding artists. Returns from the stamps are di- \*ided between state and local groups and the National Wildlife Federation. Three Meyersdale Student Bandsmen In All-Western MEYERSDALE, Mar. 20.--Three students ot the local high school band, Howard Hilner, Kenneth Critchfteld nnd Marguerite Stotler, have been selected to participle in the All- Western High School Band Conference which will be he]tl in Connellsville under the- auspices of the Pennsylvania State Music Association, March 30 to Apni, inclusive. The all-western band will be comprised oC 200 students selected from 400 outstanding players in the bands ol Western Pennsylvania high schools. The players will prepare the required music and after a series of rehearsals will give two concerts, Friday and Saturday nights, March 31 and April J in the Connelisvilie High School Auditorium. Arthur Pryor will be the guest conductor. He is a noted band leader and tiombonist. In New Quarters. Dr. William J. Logue, who recently purchased the George Collins property in North street, will open his office there Monday morning, having moved into it with his family over the week-end. His home and office in Center street were purchased by Joseph N. Thomas, who expects to move there with is family in the near f u t u i c . Entertain at Dinner. Mrs. Leora Maul delightfully entertained the Dinner Club Friday evening at her home m North btrcct with a St. Patrick party. Dinner was, served at 6:30 o'clock nnd the evening was spent in playing "500." Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Deal of LaVale were out- of-town guests. St. Patrick Party. The B and H Club held Talks on W. and J. Wo.-k and Bob Younkin talked on Washington and Jefferson College in Senior Homeroom 3. A contest was held throughout the remainder of the period with Lawrence Soisson winning. Varied Program in Room 21. Lois O'Donnell and Paulino Brooks conducted a varied program in Freih- man Homeroom 21. Lena Cuperaggi sang, Lois O'Donnell and Pauline Brooks gave readings, a guessing contest on states in the union and closed with the reading of a "Floral Romance." Sophs Diagram Sentences. The Sophomoie English classes of Miss Edith Floto are diagramming sentences. Grammar Reviewed. Miss Edith Kioto's Virgil classes arc reviewing grammar before they start to translate the third book. The first two books of Virgil have been read. the homeroom period last week. They were "Engineering," by Martin Strawn and "Nursing," by Ma.-y Pearl. The two vocations proved the most popular on the list. For the ensuing periods other talks will be given Test on Muscular System. Edward S. Spotovich's health classes completed the unit on the mubcular system and had a test Friday. The new -unit will deal with the nervous system. Guest Speaker. Mrs. J. French Kerr, who has completed service on the grand jury, will address the Sigma Epsiion Club sponsored by Lloyd Shaner telling of her experiences, at the meeting this week. The .following meeting will be the outside social affair ar.d a cabin party is being planned. Irish Games Enjoyed. Games relating to Ireland were played in Freshman Homeroom 40 sponsored by Harold N. D:em, Thursday. Words were made from the word "Ireland" and Irish songs were written with many words omitted which were filled in by the students. The period ended -with a contest of scrambled Irish words. Elvira Weaver and Stella Imatick were in charge. "Mexico" Unit Title. A unit on Mexico has been stalled m Mrs. Doiothy E. Griffin's Advanced Geography classes, being taught by (Miss Irma Fishbach. Mrs. Griffin st _ who is ill at her home, is reported Patrick paity at the home of Mrs. l m f r o v e d - These Common Errors. Common errors are proving most annoying to the Sophomore English classes of Miss Grace Adams. The classes are studying the errors m after having completed diagrams. Baby Pictures. "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby," was the theme song in Freshman Homeroom 33 Thursday with a baoy "guess -who" contest. Baby pictures were flashed on the screen after which pictures of movie stars were shown and a contest on naming them Cicero Started. Arthur Boyland's third year Latin classes have str.rted to read Cicero The newspaper, edited by the Latin week" publislled French Book Keports. Miss Marguerite Davis is receiving TM^_book reports from seniors, made on French The reports books. Joe F. Reich Friday evening Dinner was served after which games were played. M'ss Rose Valentine has gone to Washington. D. C., wheie she has t.iken a position store. in a department Miss M.iry Gill has returned liom n few days' \isit with relatives in C n t l i m o i c , Md. b. Chailcs Spaide and son Robert have returned to Beavcrtown after tives. their home in visit with rela- Sleep BURLINGTON. P a i n f u l , Vt , Mar . , . .. Awakened by pain, Clarence Ritchie found his right hand cut from clutching shattered glass. Across the rooin he saw a i-mashcd windowpane. He told police he apparently -A\ uns at the window, scorma B knot knu! Mrs, Annie Farlow Dies Mrs. Annie E. Fai-low, widow of Jonn Farlow, of Hempfield township near Aiona, died suddenly Thursday night at the home of a daughter, Mrs John Omhler, near Yukon. She was torn in Fayctte county August 2 1^0, and had resided m the vicinity of Aiona for the lost 10 years. John Fdi-low of Dawson is a son and Mrs. TM"-d King of Mount Pieasant, a The funeral service was hold * ufternoon a | the f a m i l y Siiter. home. Held in Jealousy Slaying Bias Mora, 46, fanner soldier, is shown In Philadelphia, Pa,, court where be was charged wUh the slaying of Vincent Mario, whom he accused of alicnatinc the nfTecticma of his wife, Rose, with whom he is shown. Mora was held without bail on R homicide charjje. His iv ifo was held as material witness. f Central Prea*) Numerous Errors In Advertising Treasurer's Sale i m n a - ftail Income niglifr .Reports of HI class on c lai to the Interstate Commerce Cu TM, n s - how "SSiugate net income of i ----- 0.377 for December against net income of S5.7«,425 in Dece-nbei 1937. I'm ycai 19JB combined not lex.', n r f s «i]22» 1.78-1 HSHin,t i,r.( m . tcrn. ot ^Po (171,0^! 1 .i] 13 ]7 UNIONTOWN, M.ir. 20--Because of the exceptionally he,,\y auties incurred in connection u i t h preparation of lists o£ ptopcrtics to be adverted for treasuic'\ rale, numerous mistaken were bound to happen, attaches pointed out, and after publication of the origin.il advertisement ked the newspapers 'o mil the names which ^houid not have appeared aTions those properties del n- quent. The copy picparcd for advertising wns in error, it "i set forth, and the following .-mould not have been advertised' Calvin Patterson, Belle Vcrnon. Oscar Dugan, German Tv/p. Jerry Connelly, Sout-i Union Twp Frank McKmght. Jefferson Twp. Olive L Lons, Spi inghill Twp Watson J. Arnold. Franklin Tivp Agnes Korch (formerly E. K. Fiatt) German Twp. William McCormick, Tntrd Ward, ConnellsMllc. Dennis Mahoney, Se\enth Ward, Cormellsville. Peter Schaefcr, South Union Twp. Charles Crawford, Jcftcrson Twp. B. W. Nicholson, Fourtn Ward, Connellsville. Bertha Brcakiron, North TJnion Twp. J. N. Tiump, Fourth Waid, Connellsville. P. J. Hoftarth, Point Marion Borough. Goldie Adams, Fourth Ward, Connellsville. Daniel W. Bitner, Sdltiick Twp. Junious Day, XJunbar Twp. Alfred S. Phillips, Belie Vernon Borough. Annetta Reed, Vanderbilt Borough Geoige Edward Reed, Dunbar Twp George Edward Reed, Vanderbilt Borough. 3'asquale Lucci, Georges Twp. Rapel Nepa, Fairchance Borough. Paul Slabodmick, Perry Twp. Albert Meselinicky, Brownsville Twp. Tony Marino, heirs, Luzcrne Twp. E. P. Luce, Perry Tv.'p. Frank McCairns, Seventh Ward, Connellsvillc. Walter Lewandusky, Upper Tyrone Twp. Alex Livendusky, Upper Tyrone Twp. Mary Collins, South Connellsville Borough. Guy Brady, SprmgniH Twp. Mary Anthony, North Union Twp Harold Tlttcrington, First Ward, Uniontown. Albert A. Crider, Springfield Twp. Martin and Veronica Terescik, Biownsville Borough. Bernard Brunetti, Luzerue Twp. J. A. Holland, Masontown Borough. Herbert IT. Fike, South Union Twp. Ralph Brooks, Upper Tyrone Twp. Wini/ied Thomas, Sout.i Union Twp. Thomas Bryner, Fouith Ward, Uniontown. Jonn Revay, Brownsville Twp. Chas. O. Baker, Spnnghill Twp. = · When yew jwwd money quickly--ior any purpose -- our aonren- iorrt cash loom pkm ·will ANSWER YOUR PBOB- LEM1 9 Wo wil! advosico the money you seed . . . without endorsers. Prompt, courteous oerv- icel AfTO OK LOWS, UP TO N I O N LOAN .CO. SW--Sdeuikd floor N'ATL BLDG. 1-3-1-3 Captains Ryder Golf Club. Walter Hngon hns been named cnp- m of the 1D39 American Ryder Cup cam. Martin Cic?. Forth Union Tu-p. Mike Kovotnov Redstone TV. p. George C P.tttei=on, South Union Twp. Thorn (·; Koncc7nry, t-.erson Borough Alex nnd Mnr Znborskv, North Jnion TV. p. Jami", Shannon, Everion Boiough. A r t h u r Akop. Second V.'ard, Con- nellsvillc. Mrs. J. D. N'nblc, E s t . Redstone Twp J.lines Riccn, North Union Twp. William Hns-cn. JcfTcrsor, Twp. R M. Carroll. Eat , Second Ward, Uniontov. n. Katie G.idd, Seventh Ward, Uniontown. James Whooleo. Esi Eighth Wnrd, Uninntov,n. Perr Dorsoy, heiis, Nicholson Twp. John Condozor, South Union Twp Benjamin nnd F.dnn Sumt?y f First Ward. Uuniontown. Alex and Pascal ; n Paduia, South onneliavilli? Borough. John H. Rishel, South Union Twp. 85 Jurors Called For April Service UNIONTOWN. Mar. 20.--Names o£ 85 persons to serve as traverse jurors in the court of common pleas, beginning Monday, April 10, \veie drawn by jury corrnrssioners. They are: Abel, Pauline, Unionto\vn. Adams, Mrs. Ruth G, Ferryopolis. Balsley, Ada I, Uniontov/n Bedtty, Sadie, Uniontown. Bobbs, Katie, VanderbiH Bowman, Mrs, Mniy, Masontown. Brewer, Mrs. Lulu, Perry Twp. Brown, Mrs. Grace R., Perry Twp. Canose, William, Owen^dale. Citro, James, Brownsvihe. Coftrnnn, Mrs. Nellie, New Salem. CoJoman, .JuJia, Republic. Collier, Belle, Uniontown Correale, Maiy L , Nicholson Twp, Coughenour, Mr^ Ahce, Grindstone. Cox, Mis. E!i?abcLh S, New Salem Cr.ift Hdiiy C. Gcoirfe* Twp. Dawson Mi-.s M a t v , Uniontown. Donnollv Mitli.iel, Biov. nwillc. Uonoxttn. Mteiwel, Oiou nsrilJe. Duffy, Jot Card:Uo Kvtins, Cl.acnte, O h p h n n t Furnace F.iison Mich.ic 1, Dunodi Twp Good Klhcl R , Connclbville. On*}, Heibcrl, Mi.ClollandlowP. H . t ' t . .M.Mtlp Mac, FrrirU.n Twp. H.i! tmnn. XHk Gi indstone. H n j d ' n . F O , Un ontovn Hcn\ick H.nold. Coi.nelitiHe Hillcn, Elm,, Bullskin Twp. Hou«-ctl. Hurry. A r l i h . H o l h t , .Marf,'an i t is'., Uniontown Invin, Don.ild, D-iu-on JelTnes, U u r i i C t , Belle Vernon. Jobcs. Guv. fseve'l. Kell", W i l l i a m Eimei, G r a \ b Lur.d- !.* Kcnnison. Josephine, Ftonco. Krifi. M , v , Carrie, Scottdale. R D. K.HR. NJMCS , Aduh Kooni./, Allan. H.. Union to v.n. LcpUich. Elizabeth, Uowr»i, Run. Lohr, Elsie. CinirJatone Lohr, Joim H., Uniontovm. LonKnct'ker, Florence, Buskin Twp. Lower;-, Blanche, Connellsville. Mnraney, Nicholas, Uniontown Manctin, William. Connellsville. McClay, I i a , Union to v/n. McClelland, Mis. Alice, Masontown. McDowell, Orrin B., Smithfiekl. McNeal, Miss Helen, Smithfield. McWillinms, Ida, Perryopolls. Means Mr=-, Bessie, Dunbar Twp. Meigr,int7, Anna, North Union. Miner, Wa en, Everson. Moore, Frank D., Lu?erne Twp. Moore, Walter, Connellsvillc. Xara, Joseph, Uniontown. Nicklow, Harry, Bullskin Tup. Nixon, Man.', Brownsville. Nixon, Virginia. MrClcIUiiidtowr., Penburiliy, Mae, Uniontown. Receipts Heavy in All Phases of Slock Auction Receipts, were heavy in all departments at the weekly auction of the Fayctte Stockyard Company. The call's market continued strong, featuring quality kinds. The calf maik- et was stronger with better grades ot veals offered and a good demand for butchering sheep. The quotations: Cattle (receipts heavy)--Common to good steers, ?S to $9.75; common to good heifeis, S5.50; common to good bulls,, $0 to $7.25, med.um to good Cat cows, S3 75 to $7; cutters, 53 to S5.75. bolognas, $4 to S5; fresh cows and ipnngeis, $35 to S60 per head. Calves (icteiph, heavy)--Choice veals. $11 to $12.25. good veals, S9 to $11; common veals, $7 to S9, ncavy fecdeis, $15 to $30 per head. Hogs (icceipts heavy)--Medium- weights, S7.35 to SB --'0; heavies, 37 to $7.25; LOWS, $6 lo $7; boars and stags, 54 to SG.25, pigs. S2.50 to S6 per head Sheep (receipts light) -- Good lambs, S7 to S9 50; good ihep, $4.50 to So.50. bucks, S3 to S4 50; ewes ( f a i r ) , S3 to S4 25 per head; culls and common, S3 pei head down. Poultry (receipts good--Heavies, J7c to 21' = c; leghorns, 12c to 17c; mixed. He to IGc; tut keys, 25c lo 29c Et!gb {receipts, 35 cases)--IGc to 18t per dozen. HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT PiltigKt, John. Connellsville. Reckner, Calvm, Confluence. Slanders Ida C, North Union. Sloterbcck, Mrs Sara, Fayette City. Smith, Bryan, German Twp. Staccy, J. J., McClellandtown. StaufTcr, John H., Layton SlillwaRon, Alma, Connellsville. Subcovith, Juhn, Georges Twp. Sutton, Mrs. Jessie, Fairchance. S\v:t«ej, Percy, South Union. Thomas. Fiance J. Markleysburg. Titteimgton, Mix Ednj, Uniontown. Townt-end, Lora. Redstone Twp. Ubhoi, .Mrs. Wilmina, Fayette City Vaughn, Mary K., Connellsville. Wagner. Mrs. Margaret, Connelis- ille. Maier, Arthur A., Georges Twp. Whctsel, James L.., Uniontown. V/hyel, Harold, Grays Landing. Wilson, Florence, Un 1 on town. Worthington, Harry, Leisennng, Yowler, Edgar, South Union. COLDS? Mothers! Whenever anyone in your family has s. co!d f don't takcf needless risks... 1 ease misery with WICKS h VVAPORUB USED BY 3 MOTHERS OUT OF S Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 20.-The Mount Pleasant Music Club sponsoied a vesper service Sunday afternoon at the United Brethren Church, when the following program was presented: Organ, piano and violin, "A Fantasy," Mrs. Leo Shumaker, Jerry Rega and Andrew R. Schwartz; | chorus, "O Troubled Heart Be Still"; trio, "Ave Maria," Mrs. Gilbert P. Clark, Miss Ruth Corder and Mrs. | Leo Shumaker; male sextet, "Love i Divine," Charles Thompson, John Nixon, Jr., Robert George, James Davis, Eugene Stefl and Thoburn Snyder, Jr.; piano, "A Fragment," Mrs. John Clark; duet, "Tarry With Me," Mrs. Frank Cooper and Mrs. Gilbert P. Clark; male sextet, "Day Is Dying in the West"; violin, cello and piano, Mrs. Leo Shumaker, Jerry Rega and Andrew R. Schwartz; trio, "God So Loved the World"; solo, : 'Ho\v Beautiful Upon the Mountain," Miss Sarah Horner. Hurt in Auto Crash. Don Porch of Kecksburg suffered a laceration of the scaip and left cheek in an automobile accident Sunday motmr.i;. Mr. Porch was driving Oliver Painter's car. It was wrecked near Diamond street. Removed to Hospital. Jacob Blystone of Main street, who has bec.i ill at his home with an infected foot for more than a month, was taken Sunday evening to Frick Memorial Hospital for treat-nent. Son Born to Sabotas. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis' Sabota of Armbrust ann' . e the "oirth of a son at 7 o'clock evening at Frick Memorial Hospital. AVell-Known Negro Dies. James S. Taylor, 73 years old, Negro, died at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at his home in Morewood stieet, after a lingering illness. Mr. Taylor had been janitor at the Mount Pleasant Bank for 33 years before he was forced to retire on account of ill health. He was a member of the Second Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Sarah Madison Taylor, two daughters and and one son, Mrs. George Victor in Ohio, Mrs. Milton Hart of Connellsville and James H. of Mount Pleasant; also 11 grandchildren and four gi eat-grandchildren. The funeral servicce will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Second Baptist Church, in charge of Rev. Stone. Interment will be in Mount Pleasant Cerce'tery. 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