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March 21, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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PAGE TEW THE DAILY COURIER CONNrrL.TiSVII.lJ3 PA. TtTCSD VY, At \RCH 21 193'J SCOTTDALE MUSICIANS MAKE GOOD Choral Singers, Orchestra and Others at Presbyterian Church REV L S. CLARK BEGINS SERMONS You'll Enjoy This Needlework Household Arts by Alice tl-ooks Special to The Courier SCOTTDALE Mar 21 --The Monday Music Club presented the Mendelssohn Choral Club, the Beta Mendelssohn Choial Club the Sigma Gammas and orchestra, in a piogram Monday evening at the Piesbytenan Church The following program was presented Orchestra, "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice', introduction Thomas Momyer, "Loves Old Sweet Song Sigma and combined choral clubs, 'When Day Is Done ' Mendelssohn Choral Club, "My Revene ' orchestra, ' The Lost Chord,' mixed chorus, "The Emperor's Waltz," orchestra, piano solo, "Imptomptu in E Flat," Miss Louise Hyatt, Friml favorites (a) "Allah s Holiday ensemble, (b) "The Bubble," ensemble (c) ' Rackety Coo," mixed double quartet (d) "Sympathy ' ensemble ivith solos by Paul Storev inc Phyllis Bixler, (e) ' When a Maid Come Knocking girls ensemble, (f) "In Sapphire Seas ' mixed double quartet (g) Giammi Mia," girls tuo, (h) "Tingle-Inglng'' ensemble finale, ensemble Accompanists were Belt} McClain Barbara Hodges and Jane Torrance These organizations of the Scottdale High School are private club whose membership is determined by set by-laws and self government J" Mendel Hirst s dnector an. faculty sponsor The Mendelssohn Choral Club 10! is as follows President, Jean Bakei vice-president Phyllis Bell secie tary-treasurei, Jean Byars, libiarian Isobel Portei assistant librarian, Jean Lefflei, propel ty manager Phyllis Overboil assistant property managei Mauorie Byeis accompanist Betty MeClain, othe- members, Betty Bashforth Betty Baughman, Irmi Gene Bible Lucille Bon- flno Jane Biownfield, Virginia Dale, Olive Davvson Cissy Finnerty, Bethel Foulk Maryanna Fusca, Maryanna Tusca Christine Fusca Shuley Harrison Wilmeda Hilsen June Hixson Virginia Hockenbury, Gene Horton, Edith Horton, Ann, JL-eeper, Nila McCory, Dorothy Me- room 20 Intyre, Virginia Meason, Phylbs the game Miles Ruth Osterwise, Lena Fletcher, Nell Fletcher, Janet Porter, Cornne Pritts, Mary Key, Jean Hidenour, Carrie Ridenour, Dorothea Rittenhouse, Betty Rollinson, Meredith Schwartz, Lois Shaw, Betty Shirey, LaVerne Sleighter, Allreda Snyder, Edith Sturgis and Jane Torrance The roll ol the Beta Mendelssohn Club is as follows President, Mary Hafer, vice-president Pitty Porter secretaij-treasurei Rita McCrory librarian, Kathryn O'Toole assistant hbranans, Lois Ruth and Shirley Nicklow, property manager, Alda Sharp assistants, Mary Sharp and Barbara Bitnei olhei members Rose Aiello Mae Andeison Adele Dayoob, Inez Eckman Vuginia Farrah, Mildied Leasher, Mary Kupczak Phyllis Lowstetter, Irene Luczyki, Shirley Malderey, Dorothy McClam Betty Meade, Anita Monohan Helen Moorehead, Eloise Miller Hilda Nevi Dorothy Nicklow, Clara Puglio, Virginia Riz/a, Frames fahelley, Grace Showman, Elva Jean Snovvden Helen Solomon Angellne j Soracer "Laura Belle Stncklci, Ruth j Thomas, Louise Waller, Florence Watson, Vuginia Weaver, Maigaret \\ olenter Eleanoi Yelenosky, Genevieve Zarafino and M a r t e l l a Zgorecki The Sigma Gamma Club, whose first public appearance of the season this waff is made up of the follow- irg President, Thomas Momjer, vice-president William Jones, secretary-treasurer Paul Storey libiai- lan, Ralph Shernck assistant libiar- lan J Motnyer, property manager, J MeCurdy, assistant property manager, R Rogers, other members, Nuncio Gasboro, Charles Williams, Thomas Momyer, William Jones Merl Sturtz, Joseph Momyer, James McCurd}, Lynn Hepler, Ralph Rogeis, Ear! Gilbert, George Adams James Biooks, Ralph Sheinck, Forrest Buck, Theodoie Fabisweski, Paul Storey, Waltei Blank, Resa Shaw, James DIM, Jock Leffler, Mac Overholt, William Greene George Camlm, Sidney Cuest Donald Forsythe and Phil Loucks- In the orchestra are Joseph Mom- yei, Thomas Momyei William Van Korden James Brooks Jane Toi- lance, Chpiles Williams, Betty Bashforth, Lena Pletchei, Jack Hossey Sho ty Connois Waltei Edge Jr Forrest Buck, Ba biia Hodges, Genevieve Buck, James McCurdv, James Dick Ralph Rogers dnd Clij ton Krilschgau At the close of the piogicim there v\as a social houi the hostesses being Mrs John Gordon channan Mrs John Byars Mis McClam Kennell, Miss Ella King, Miss Thelma Snjder, Miss Alice Auld, MIS.S Rose Bonn Miss Rebecca KCJS- ter Mrs F O Keibtet Miss Vuginia Green Miss Lillian Solomon and Mrs Arthur White Baptist Services Begin The first of a series of five sermons wns heard at the First Baptist Church Mondav evening, when Rev L Spurgeon Clark ot Umontown talked on 'Signs of the Times in the World Tl e question brought to the people vvis "Aie We Now Living m the La^l Dajs' These services will continue each even ng including Friday evening For Hospitalized Veterans Quite clever and verv oiigmal are the f-uors that h a \ e been completed hv the G ima f.i Hi \ and will be cut in tl o ho^pit hzed di jbled I HOUSEHOLD ^CTl HC PATTERN 6348 What could be more appropriate foi shee and pillcu cases th in these doecoraiive angels in simple stitcher}' Just the th ng for guest linens Peril ps joull prefer the cheery 'Good Moinmg and 'Good Evening \ou can finish off either design with the filet crocl-cl edging P ittern 6348 con- ta as a transfer pattern of 7 motifs ringing from 4Ji.16t4 inches to 3 1 ixO 1 inches directions and charts for crochet, materials needed illusti itions o£ st. tches To obtain this pattern send ten cents in com to The Dailv Courier Household Aits Dept, 259 \\' 14th Street, New Yoik N Y Be su e to write p'ainly joui NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER C. H. S. NEWS OF THE DAY Only Eiclit More Days | Have you ordered your Coker jearbook' Well then hurry up ^cause there are only eight more days left to do this little job The subscription dr/ve will end March 31 so-o-o Mondav the pictures were sent to the engravers As has oftimcs been said before this book will sui- pass all others, due to the fact that the mateiial therein will be in detail Every phase of school life uill be shown So place youi older now the eighth grade classes are studying 'Bank and Banking" HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT Mai 21 -Mi and Mrs F J G-"idlei, son, Joseph ind gmdriaughter L.OIS were at Ea»t Ta cslme Ohiy Sunday \vhcie thov wei e called b the death of Mi Gndle s TOUM i Stan ey Saj- lor M yeais old who died at ms home on Saturdij The funer-il v,as hJd Mondij at Grcensville Cottage Services Cottuge piaver meetings v.i'1 be held riidiy e\ermg by he Methodist Episcopal congiegation at the homes of Miss N-mm Duncan, 34 West Washington street and Mrs A bert Masor 132 East Mam street \t West Newton Service A delegition from the MethoJist Episcopal Church was it West Newton Mondaj evening to heai Bishop Chitamber Teacher I-caves Hospital Clinics A Bu-ge who h i s been a pittent jt 1-iii.k Memom! Hospita] for two weeks oecausc oC mjuiies sufleied in ar tutomobile accident on the Scottda e Mount Pleisant ro id ha» relumed to his hone nt State College Mi Bu fie a tencliLi vv is on his v*ay fiom State College to Un- lontovvn when the cc dent occuued "Miss Stevenson Hostess Miss Madge Stevcnon was hostess Monday ev enmg to the Indies Bible Class of the Reunion Presbyterian Church at her home in West Mam ^treet at its regular basmess and social meeting Miss Crawford Comalesciiiff Miss Jean Cra\ lord in charge of Mount Pleasarts sewing project who has been a patient at Frick Me- An excellent progiam on Pernsvl- vania s science \iews vv is held by the Niture Studv Club sponsored by Miss Mae Zimmemin Of the 57 cocoons v,hich the riembeis oC the club collected a beiutiful specimen of a female cccropia a poljpJoemu^ and a promithia cane out in time to be studied by the club IDI t-eateient o£ returned to her Have Telephone Exchange The business science classes -will set up a temporary telephone some time this week, -with the chief operator in ch-irge of ill calls The project will be vvoiked between Andrew Lask s and Miss Ev a Sapolsky s classes J Earl Hildebrands mathermtics cltsses, D-I and E 1 are staitmg a unit on volume Pleasure 1'rogram A pleasure plogiam wa« enjojrd in Hoinermkmg Club =non*ored bv Miss Alice Murphj last week Chinese checkers were pla\ed tluoughout .he period Game of Stales John Arn and Bob Keffer won 'he prizes for the game of states held in Arthur Boylands Freshman Homeroom 20 Bill Floto had charge of Flyuigr Contest Wedncsdas A flying contest will be held Wednesday in the gymnasium b Paul A Keightley s -Woodcarving Club it was decided last week The contest will be held during club period Chemistry Test Monday Mrs Russell Burkhold°rs chemist-y classes weie given a test on jonization Monday A new unit w 11 be stalled later this week German Sports Section The Coker Club had Gesela Zei- nick send to a friend in Germanj for a German newspapei Enroute it met up with the censors with only the sports section being forwarded The name of the paper is "Ein Montag" dated Monday, March 6 1939 Gesela has translated! much this paper as well as various letters from friends telling o£ the life they lead under the Nazi regime Lengthy Discussion Alfred 'Red' Bans Bojs Loder Club held a lengthy discussion at the last meeting, in conjunction with the junior and senior basketbal tournament which it is sponsoring The spring darce to be held jomtlj with the Girls Leader Club next month was discussed Marlin Hariman Returns Marlin \V Hartman, member of the faculty in the mathematics department has returned after a few weeks* absence, and the faculty is readjusted Miss Prudence Walters taught his classes and Miss Emaruth Burkhardt a substi'ute replaced Miss Wilteis in her F-eshman mathematics classes monal Hospitil pneumonia has home taster \acaiion The Easter v cntion will be ob- serv cd in the public schools Good Fudij ^pnl 7 and Easter Monday, April 10 Guest Speaker Rev Luther E Tackier pistor of the Rucsdaie-Hunker Lutheran parish will be the guest speaker at the Wednesday evening Lenten service at Trmitj Lutheran Chjrch Pictures of India Show n V mo ion picture The Church of he Brethren at \Vork in India" was shown Sund iv evening to a large cong-egition at the Chuich of Ihe Brethren heie Demand for Quarters Mrs E C Riley mother of John Rile Tssistant manager of tho Montgomery-Ward store has moved 'jo 26 Muilm avenue Houses are premium in Mount Pleasant, well as flats and furnished roo Members working on the turnpike project have taken most of the available space \Vith the contractor and key rren moving in ^he equipment to begin wonc on the road still mon pe-sons are looking for rooms anc homes Water Supply Studied The general science classes o£ Mis Vi gian D Furrier are now studying a unit on the water supplj Thej are discussing the possibih les oi visi'ing the water plant Test in Accounting. A test in accounting transcuption on practice sets was given by Andrew Lasky to his classes Vofe Your Time Saving Preference On Courier Ballot: Plan to Visit Howard Burctette has been named by Paul A KeighUey, ins'ructor of the senior science classes to see if it is possible to visit the "West Penn Model Home The classes are studying a unit pertaining to home equipment \isit Bank Todaj Harold N Diem s oflce practice classes vveie to go lo the National Bank, and Trust today to see the kind of equipment used m the b t nk Arranging for Banquet The senior cooking classes are busy planmrg a banquet this we"ek as they have charge of the favors, place cards, etc for the banquet to be given for- the students during 1-Western Band Con£erence the JUIlIOR HIGH NOTES : 'Fiie and Burning" is the title of the unit started in A R Marshall's Seventh grade science classes. Miss Eleanor McClelland s seventh g"ade mathematic classes are working on a unit entitled, Area," and Swedetown Man Pays Costs After Kicking Collector Costs o£ $12 09 we-e paid by Alvm Harshman of Swedetown, near Scottdale, fo- an alleged attack made on Harold Mervis of ConneUsville, when the latter called 'o collect a bill due the Meivis Furniture Company At Squire D R Kennell s office in Scottdale it developed that HarshmdC had kicked Mervis over the right chest Afterward Hctrshrran was said to have declared ne was sorry saying "I didn t know what I w as doing Im sorry and I apologue veterans for Easter Alverton Junior Class Play On Thursday night, the Tuniot CHss o£ East Huntingdon High School piesented its class play entitled "Aunt Abb ^ nsvvers An Ad " The play takes place in the old-fashioned home o£ Abby Amsley a dyed-in-the-wool old maid, and hei maid-of-all-vvoik Lucindj Lovejoy, fast approaching spmsteihood Insulted bj her young niece ard her chum about he*- inability to secure a husband, Aunt Abby contacts a matrimonial bureau and oiders one by mail The girls taking advantage of this allow then own boy f-iends to impeisonate the expected husband Elsie Ebbersole 14-year-old "tattle-tale' keeps things lively by always seeing and telling things she shouldn t ha\ e seen and told The camax is rciched when the iei' mail orde- husband a rives This calls for some lively explanation from *he young people In the end Aunt Abby is finally reconciled to receive her unwelcome suitor, Horace Hoi tei vv ho has been waiting for hei foi yciis nnd everybody lives hnppili evei aftei Tin- cast was as follows Abbv Amsley Geiildme Millei I icmdv T o v e j o v Moigaiet Hodge Horace William Bu.termore Anna Ruth Grunir, Lilhun Loriame \Vilm, Tovvler, Billv Baibeiton Don Id Mjers Bobb Banngton, Eobeit Thoin Mit, Purviance Doio h AVeavei Horace Kaikvvell Thorns Leishtv and FKie Hib i lc Kith v n To in [ u e County Physicians Sponsor Post-Grad Medical Sessions The Favettt Coun y Medical Society will hold a post-giaduate medical com be consisting o£ aftci- noon and evening sessions conducted by piomment physicians and J 5 " 1 '- geons fiom P nlddelphi i P ttsbuigh and Cleveland ihe afternoon session v U be he'd at Umontown Hospital from 3 to 5 o clock, dinner to be served at Union- Prize Winner at Flower Show Dedicate Tygart Dam pn August 9 By Interational News Service. CRAFTON, \V Va, Mar 21 -- Tygait Dam a $15,000 000 link in the ptoposcd chain of leservoirs destined to cuib flood wateis m the up- pei Onio Valley will be dedicated on August 9 Piesiderl Roosevelt is expected to paiticipate in this celebiation together with seveial hundred digm- tui es tiom the Federal Government, Wes Vuginia and surrounding states Tnc dam lepreseuts the Nation s first complete flood control project Symbolirmg laughter and song m Italy, this exhibit won first prize in the arranpemcnt cH«s at the Intel national flower Show New York City It was the entry of the Garden Club of New Jersey Its colors art carmine, Ven tian blue and apricot yellow (Central Press) town Country Club at 6 o clock followed by the evening pe-iod fiom 7 to 0 o c ock All pmsicuns and sjigeons are pnv legcd to attend regaidle s ot membe sh p m any socle *y The schedule March 22 Allergy, D- L H Cnep Pittsbuigh Maich 23 Gastroenterology Dr Roj Ebenh i d Philadelphia Apnl 5 Endoci nnlogv D E H McCullough Cleveland Apul 1. Oilice Ca/Utair,.!!, Dr s A Cmllint P It buigl April 19 DeinuJol is\ Dr \\ II Cu Pit-iburgh \p il 2b 4.rtln tis Di Ralph Pember on Philadelpl n The piogiam commit ce includes Di I E V nGiklei ch i i n n nd D D I Hem le on r 1 H n u « I R -r ,nrl f \ ^, \ c |, Continued fiom Page One one else will have done the Sim thing If 10 o clock is jour churc time go when jour clock says 1 o clock You w 11 wonder why stays light so long the next evemn perhaps ind if \ou do get out an enjoy the divlight On Septembe 30 before going to bed, set all you clocks back one hour and forget i In order that all citizens may hav seme knowledge of the argumen advanced both for and against daj light saving time, the commitle submits the following reasons in i favor 1 It provides gieater opportum for outdoor recreation and gaidenm thus contributing *o the health an welfare of citizens 2 It substitutes a cool workm hour m the morning for a hot one the afternoon thus lessening indu trial accidents and increasing t' efficiency of the woikers 3 It gives a time similar to th observed in pnctically al 1 large citi and towns in the country 4 It permits faTne^s to do ear morn ng shopping before the dew oft the glass and return to his farn for his dailv work eirly in the morn ing 5 Appiox mntely 150 cities anc towns m Pennsylvinia lepresentmg 55 per cent of the State s population, observed daylight saving time last year The aiguments opposed to daylight saving time include the following 1 It reduces the vvoikmg time on the faim "mee the dew obeys only the sun in getting off the glass 2 It tnkes one hour fiom mdooi amusements and woiks a haidsb p on theatucal and re atcd enterprises 3 It c^ca es confusion m tiavel- ing communications appointments and tl e hi e since davhght saving time is not uniloim in nil communities Every citizen of Favette county is lequested to p ompjy complete ana return the coupon indicating his sentiment for or against daylight saving time Groups of employes may vote as a unit rather than by individuals if thev so de= ie aid More Attention To Trains Than Wife PITTSBURGH Mar 21 --The fch.- er Betty B Biughman Scuickley ebutantc of two aei c ons ago was ran cd i divoice on he^ complnmt at her husbtnd of eight ironths, DC eyster Douw Brown p ud more nt- ntion to his a)y trims than to his ride He built riilrondb--little SAMUEL R. HANEN DEAD AT HUNDRED Samuel R Hanen 100 years old, who went to Moundsv ille W Va, from Washington Pa , when he was 2C years old to become a school teacher died Sunday in a Cleveland hosp tal of pneumonia He quit his school teaching job to serve m the Civil War ard then returned to West Virgmn to begin as first superintendent of scnools m Marshall county He seived in the state legislature thcie and was minority floor leader £or a time and when Republicans go tied control in 1897 was made spcokei of the house roads'--in the basement of home she said lie would then stsy down tlicie every night that we were home until 11 or 12 o clock He would spend week ends there too " Frank C Martin Dies T i a n k C Martin, 53 member of the boaid o£ duectors and master mechanic for he Cooperitive Ti action Comp-"iv d ed at his home in Wheeling W Va He formerly was em- ploved bj West Pcnn Railways Com- riil- | pany at McKeesport Most colds are inside so let's be sensible and treat them there At the first sjraplom, start t a k i n g r a t h e r J o h n ' s Medicine Strong proo£ of its value is its lise for 84 years It is pure nourishing wholesome, rich n vitamins, a n d f r e e i r o m liirmful drugs and alcohol Get Father J o h n ' s Medicine today WHY PEOPLE ARE BUYING PLYMOUTH THERE'S NOT ANOTHER LOW-PRICED CAR THAT OFFERS SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE! gfc The 1939 Plymouth has " glamorous new styling. £± Of leading low-priced "*^ cars, Ply mouth is biggest --5 inches longei than one; 6 inches longer than the other! £ The only low-priced car ^** with coil springs standard on all models. 0 Time-proven Hydraulic Brakes--safest type. gjk Every Plymouth model "^ has the same big, 82- h. p."L-head"engrne. f\ It combines power with *·' great economy. © The only low-priced car with a new "Safety Signal" Speedometer. 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