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March 22, 1939

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V, MARCH 22, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLB. PA. THREE. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD C. H. S. News Of The Day HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. P L E A S A N T The Heat's On! Special to The Courier SCOTTDALE, Mar. 22.--The funeral service lor Bernard Davis was, held Tuesday morning at his home in Walnut street, in chnvgo oC Rev. J. E. Lute, pastor ot the Methodist Episcopal Church. Interment was in North View Cemetery, New Marlins- ville, W. Va. Pallbearers were Jack O'Laughlin, Del Hidenour, J. C. Cramer, Jr., Elmer Tannehill, Frank Stoner and Paul Whiteheacl. Talks to Rotarians. Clerk Gadd ol the county commissioners' office at Greensburg gave a talk before the Rotary Club at its Monday night dinner meeting at the Presbyterian Church. His subject was "Taxes." Heavy Musical Program. The musical organizations o£ Scottdale High School have a full program fov the spring as follows: March 27, participation in the instrumental competition ot Mount Pleasant High School when Miss Louiso Hyatt will give a piano number; March 29, at the West Newton High School in the vocal competition (a) girls' ensemble; (b) girls' trio; (c) soprano solo; (d) alto solo; (e) mixed double quartet; (f) male quartet; (g) girls' choius, combined Mendelssohn Choral Club and Beta Mendelssohn; (h) mixed' chorus, Mendelssohn Choral Club and Sigma Gamma; April 29, several members will sing in Mount Pleasant High School for the festival of the Westmoreland County Music Educators' Association; May 13, the annual broadcast will be given over WCAE, Pittsburgh; and May 12, the entire Croup will present a program for the students of Bethany College, Bethany, W. Va., and will be guests of the college that night. Cribbagc Drawings. Drawings have been made lor the third playoff in the cribbage tournament to be held Friday evening at the borough building. They are: Table 1, William Becker and R. Napoli vs. J. Harris and A. Osterwise; table 2, E. S. Skinner and H. Suttle vs. Harry Colborn and R. B. Davis; table 3, C. H. Cline and C. O. O'Toole vs. Pete Bedana and William Cox; table 4, C. E. Owens and H. L. Beegle vs. Francis Farmer and H. O'Roark; table 5, S. E. Brown and C. F. Lewis vs. Don Laughrey and Waide Weaver; table 6, Clyde Fretts and D. Trump \ vs. William McDowell and Dick Loucks; table 7, R. E. Fortncy and William Simcox vs. Roy Sterrett and Harry Yoho; and table 8, Tony Danca and M. B. Rockrick vs. M. A. Hoffer and C. E. Luighty. W. C. T. U. Institute. AH plans arc completed for the district institute o£' the Women's Christian Temperance Union to be . held at 10:30 o'clock in the morning and 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon Thursday at the Methodist Episcopal Church. There will be special music, and -each of the five unions represented-, Scottdale, Alverton, Ruffsdale-Tarrs, .'.Mount Pleasant and Donegal town- Addition to Band. J. T. Armstrong and Jackie Dahl have received word that their application for tho AH-Weslern Band The two has been accepted, late m sending Others playing are Carl Anstine, Bill But key, Wairen Elliott, Lyda Engleka, Jane Errett, Willard Lewis, John Jackson, Edward McDonald, Belly Mitchell, Peggy Mitchell, Floyd Palmer, Joe Reed, Frank VanNoimun and Virginia Mooie. MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 22.-Chief ot; Police Joseph White and Constable A W. Crivclla Tuesday morning nnested two Ioc.il boys who worc parsed with the- larceny o£ Music and Fnrcnsic Contestants. The music events in the Forensic nnd Music League wjll be held at Perryopolis Saturday with the following participating: Soprano soloist, Betty Lee Dixon. Alto soloist, Marjorie Herd. Bass soloist, Frpnk Sccan. Trio, Mary Jo Strong, alto; Roberta Spanglev, first soprano; Samantha stickcl, second soprano. Mixed quartet, Jessie Prinkey, soprano; June McDowell, alto; Jackie Diihl, -tenor; Frank Secan, bass. TM , Applications. | u u t o n ot tmokmg tobacco from the " ' " ' M o u n t Pleasant News Company. E.ghi boxes o- tooacco were recovered. It was said they had been hidden in a garage near the store. At, a hearing before Justice of the Peace Clyde Lowe, the information was withdiawn. Evangelistic Meeting. A series of evangelistic meetings began Monday evening at the Church NEWS OF THE DAY AT DUNBAR Roosevelt Proclaims Army Day Celebration of the Btcthren and conclude April 2. Rev. E. S. Cottman o£ Elgin, 111., is the evangelist and Mrs. Emily Maiks is in charge of the music. During t'.ie services it is planned that studies of hymns will be taken up. j Monday evening "He Leadeth Me," was tho topic. At different times delegations will be present from Gieeribburg, Mount Joy, Wooddalc and Connellsville. In a hot spot--not politically-Senator Allen J. Ellcnder, of Louisiana, is boiling out in steam cabinet of private gymnasium in Washington, where Congressmen get in their spring training. (Ccntntt Press) Hospital Plan Discussed. Mixed ensemble of ]Ei voices and { Monday evening the teachers of j Mount Pleasant schools heard a dis- I cuss;on of the hospitalr/.auon plan at j a meeting in Ramsay High School. Hospital Fashion Show. The Friek Memorial Hospital Aid the girls ensemble ot 12 voices. Trumpet solo, John Jackson. Saxophone solo. Joe Reed. Clarinet solo. Edward McDonald. Bass horn solo, William Rich tor, Trombone solo, Arlie Mansbcrgcr, Flute solo, Robeit Stefl. Oboe solo, Frank VanrCovman. String quartet, Betty Jordan. Jean Fuehrer, Robert Stcfl and Norm a El pern. Trumpet trio. John Jackson, J. T. Armstrong :ind Warren IJiott. Brass sextet, John Jackson, J. T. A r m s t r o n g , Arlie Mansberger, News of the Day At Meyersdale Society presented a spring fashion bhow and muMcaie at Ramsay High School audUouum Tuesday evening with J, C. Penny Company, Alex A. Ghantous, Montgomery Ward and Company, W. T. Grant Company and The Leader. Mount Pleasant, and Miller'.'-, ScoUdalc, exhibiting clothing. G. Wylie Overly was master oC Mickey Delladonna, Robert Colborn j ceremonies, and on the program were and William Riehter. | the Everson Dancing Dolls: brass j quartet, R. B. Bnrkcll, J. W. Barkcll, Edward Higgins nnri J. Lowell Miles, Scottdale; soprano solo, M.ss Ruth Miss Read "Gunga Din." Dorothy Math t as* Junior English classes :ue now studying essays and Monday Rudyard Kipling's "Gunga Dm," was read as was "Life, The Copycat," Heywood Broun. Biographical essays on classmates were written throughout the remainder of the period. Fashion Show for G. R.'s. A fashion show marked the meet- Corder: violin solo, Jcriy Rcga, ac- coinpanist. Mrs. Ro.se Spmelia; male quartet, R. B. Barkc)!, \V. S. Beadling. D. J. Ruth and Elmer Anderson, with Miss Thelma Snyder of Scottdale, accompanist, and soprano solo, Miss Sarah S. Horner. Music was furnished by ''The Barons' 1 of Scottdale. Appearing as models were Evelyn Jacobs, Nancy , , ,,. . , : Kastner, Adclc Jacobs, Doris Forejt, of the Girl EPSC.-VC5 Monday in RosGmmy Ghantous. Gcncvicvc Jacobs, Marian Dee Armcl. Jeanne auditorium . G . c . D ; m d s o n i n _ troducecl and explained the various clothes modeled. The models were Loreen Hoover, ALce Collins, Fjitti Coughenour, Peggy Davidson, Vera Jones and Helen Enany. Tn Do or Xot to no. In Homeroom 7, sponsored by Miss Beatrice Horewitz, a lengthy discussion was held pertaining lo that which a girl should or shouldn't do. Tlie Fairer Sex Absent. The fairer -;ex didn't go to assembly Tuesday afternoon as it v. as ''for men only." The program wa? a two-reel talkie-movie released by - ship--will have some part on the ! the Bell Telephone Company. The Armel, Virginia \Viltroul, Peggy Anr.c Becbe. Kathleen Albright. Ch,irle = Sterret, Jr., Charles Lee Moore, Lairy Albright, .Patricia Mosi Phyll.i Oveiholt, Phyllis Bell. Janet Porter, Jean Skiles, Jane Shotl-;. Lilluin Ciprella. Fern Coitollo, Mi-. Mary Baker, Mrs. Anna Lcuvstclter, Gail Armbiust, Claudia Canosc, Dorothy Exline, Dorothy Irvin, Angehne Km- gora, Mildred Kurtick, Ether Cocn- rane, Jean McFaHand, Veu^ ,leim lli-3's, Eileen Gcaihart and Mri. Kcn- scy Dillo'i. Fire Quickly Extini;uiilicl. A file at the Samuel Crai£ residence at Tarrs was extinguished before the Mount Fletibanl Fire De- MEYERSDALE. Mar. 22.--Mi. and Mrs, P. W. Traynor and Mr jitid. Mrs. William Blake of Cumbeiiand visited with the Webci sisters Sunday. Mis. Adelaide Bard, sou Eddie, Mrs. Melvin Baid and tv,o clnldien nnd Mrs. Jane Peaice of Pittsburgh nnd Mrs. Angela Geoige and daughter. Mary, of Somerset we'e Sunday guests of Burgess and Mrs. J. F. Reich. M i . and Mrs. FranK Bowermaster of Johnstown visited relathcs over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Critchfield of Rockwood were Sunday visitois with the lattcr's mother, Mrs. Kate Short. Mr. and Mrs. John Cover of Wind- bfr were week-end visitors with ic- | Misses Elizabeth, Olevia and Carol! me Din motored to Pittsburgh Sunday where they met then- sister, Mi:-s M.nnic Dia. who was retuming from a thiee weeks' visit witn relatives m Cincinnati. Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Carl W.ihl of Cumberland were Sunday vi-itors with j relative*. Miss Lydia Gleaner, employed at Confluence spent Sunday with hc'i sister, Miss Elizabeth Gicssner. Mr. and Mrs Walter Edge and .son, W.il'.er. of Scoltdalc Msitcd Mr. and Mis. W. C. Price Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs'. Victor Giubcr weie re,-at visitors at Cumbcih.nri, MA C. P. Du Pont of Sotrersct \\as n busirfs.-, visitor Monday. Miss Margaiel Daugherty, a studen: nur-p in the Memoiral Hospital in Cumberland spent Sunday w i t h rela'u cs. Special to The Courier DUNBAR, Mar. 22.--A Children's Mission opened this moining at SI. Aloysius Church at 8 o'clock mass with Rev. James McCann of Pittsburgh in charge. Services w It be held every morning and afternoon until Saturday v, hen the mission closes. Rev. Geoige F. Hurley, pastor, requests all children of the parish to attend the services. Memorial Service. A second rnemoiial service was held Sunday morning at the Methodist Protestant Church in memory of Mr. and Mrs. George Hardy. They were the parents of Mrs. Will Baer, Mrs. Sadie Anderson and Gibson Hardy, the last named of Uniontown. Tho immediate family was present in a body. The service was in chaige of Rev. W. H. Hamillon and the address was given by Samuei Speight Pageant of Brides. A pageant of brides was presented at St. Aloysius Hall Friday evening. Many lovely gowns were modeled, several being 40 ycais old. A "Tom Thumb" wedding was also given. Robert Higgins and Camilla Falcone sang several numbers in honor of St. Patrick's Day Five small girls gave a dnncc number. Frank Grass acted as master of ceremonies. The program was in charge of Miss Alberta Bruno, assisted by Miss Amelia Rossi. Other Items of Interest. Mrs. Elmer Milbom ana children, ' I Elma, George Edwal-d and Paul, and Russell Myers of Fairehance were Sunday visitors,. Maty Catherine Bigley, a student at Scton Hill College, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i B. J. McGivern of Church Hill. Mr. ana Mrs. Eau Moore and chil- Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. Beatrice Ryan of Hardy Hill. W, H. Williams was in Perryopolis Tuesday to visit a cousin, Portei Luce, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Anna Reed, who has been ill at her home n Furnace Hill, is repelled improved. Mr and Mrs. Paul Miller, Mr. and i Mrs. Ra.'^niond H a i d y and Mr. and ! Mrs. Robert Bundle, the last named of Conneilsville, motored to Veterans Hospital, Aspmwall, to visit George I Jacobs, \vho has been a patient there ^ for the past four months ' I M i . and Mrs. William Hardy a n d ' I daughters of Brownsville and Mrs. i | Gibson Hardy and son, Harold, o f ' I Uniontown were Sunday guests at the ! I home of Mr. and Mrs,. H. B. Ainsley! I at Pcchin. ' / Mrs. J T. Burhans is doing jury j ! duty in Unionlown this week. j Rov. William Hamilton, pastor of| the Methodist Pi otestant Church, is! appearing on the Salvation Army ( devotional period as guest speaker j eveiy morning thi.s '\\eek at 7:45 over Station WMBS WASHINGTON, Mar. 22.--President Roosevelt proclaimed April 6 as sions to assist civic bodies in "appropriate observance." r Joseph Yunetz Dies. SOMERSET, Mai. 22.--Joseph '1, of Tire Hill, died Salur- Johnstown leaves his wife, seven children and one orother. (due to colds) Don't let distress of cheat colds or spasmodic croupy cousim due to colds go untreated! Rub Children's Musterole oa child's throat, chest and back at once. This milder form of regular Musteralo penetrates t!ic surface skin, warms and stimulates local circulation. Floods the bronchial tubes with its soothing, relieving vapors. Muaterole brings such speedy relief because it's MORE than "just a salve." Recommended by many doctors and nurses. Three strengths: Regular, Children's (mild) and Extra Strong, 40*. Approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau. All druggists. CHILDREN'S program. A box lunch -will be served at noon. Personality Quiz. "A Personality Quiz" is being conducted by Miss Ethlynne Miller, the Bible study teacher of the Alpha Tri" Hi-Y Club, for its members. This is something very new and is creating 1. much Interest." Each of the quizzes ( -are signed by the girl's mother and one other person. Undergoes Operation. Uliss EveJyn Wall of North Grant " street underwent an operation Tuesday at- Frick Memorial Hospital, ' Mount Pleasant. Fifth Union Service. The fifth union Lenten service will be held Friday evening at the First Baptist Church at which time Rev. L. Spurgeon Clark, paslor of Great Bethel Baptist Church, Uniontown, will preach the sermon. The subject for the sermon is "The Golden Age, When Christ Shall Return to Earth and Reign." first showed the work of the "opera- J partment started after being called at tors." TJhe second was divided into t h r e e parts, namely laboratories, school for workmen and airplane laboratories. Only girls were in the Tuesday homerooms. Deaf .and Dumb Bee. A deaf-and dumb spelling bee vras held jointly by Homerooms 32 and 40. Barbara Reynolds* team won and Clara Long's lost. 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. Two Farmer Kilts Dogs. that were running sheep N. Y. C. Net Loss Down. New York Central Lines reports, a net loss for January of ?735,52S as against a net loss of $2,805,463 in January, 1938. ONE WAY HE COULD SLEEP ACID AND POISONS Gain In Health ami Stop Getting 1 XJp 'i Girls Feast. Sophomore Homeroom 36 went lo the apartment of their sponsor, Mrs. Russell Buikholder, and feasted on ice cream and cake during the period. Rea Herd had charge. Etiquette Program. Questions pertaining to etiquette were submitted by the girls in Senior Homeroom 10 and answered in discussion form, Jean Sullivan had charge. Sponsor ot the room Ji Miss Prudence L. Walters. at the Evans farm, ncnr Old Rainey, were killed by the farm owner. The dogs were caught after they injured one of the sheep. Covered-Dish Dinner. The Sisters of Service Class of the Church of God will hold a covered- dish dinner at 6-30 o'c'""k Thursday 1 evening at the home oC Mrs. V. O. Barnhart. J. O. C. Class Meets. The J. O. C. Class ol the Methodist Episcopal Church hold its regular meeting Tuesday evening at the church. After the business session, there was a social hour with Mrs. Swaney Hall and M.ss Edith Rhodes as hostesses. East Liberty Fancy work Club. The Eiibt Liberty F.mcyuork Club viU meet nt the home of Mrs. C. ', R.mdolplrat Liberty Tnursday night. for smoking pleasure at its best__Camels Intelligence Contest. An intelligence contest was held in Senior Homeroom 5 sponsored by Miss Grace Adams. Jar.e Burdettc conducted the contest but no winners were named. grove; most brilliant, Carl Myers, Margie Gray; most attractive, Barton Ensley, Betty Miller; prettiest eyes, Carl Myers, Margaret Fao. When Kidneys arc clogged they become weak--the bladder is irritated--often passage Is scanty and smarts and burns-sleep Js restless and nlEhtly visits to the bath room arc frequent. The right, safe, harmless and inexpensive %vay to stop this trouble and restore healthy action to kidneys and bladder is to set from any druggist a botUe^oI World's, Tonic with alkahnos and take ns directed--y ou won't be 1 disappointed. But be sure nnd get WORLD'S TONC-- the original and genuine--a grand kidney stimulant and diuretic. Remember alt.0 that other symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble are backache. ICK cramps,, puffy eyes, moist palms :md nervousness The mak.cn of thi; -famous medicine reach into various parts of the old countries for much of its root;, .md herbs compound, seeking for you tiie sUcngtii snd health ot your foieign born ancestors. Get World'* Tonic at Comiellbvillu Drug Store and Union Drug Company and all other progressive Drug Stores (J 61) --Advertisement. Kena Moore Leads. Renn Moore had charge ol a contest held in Senior Homeroom 23. The winners were Mary Elizabeth Whittakcr and Edith Tulley. Pep Meeting Thursday. The Yale-Princeton game Js scheduled lor Friday evening and Thursday afternoon at 3:05 o'clock all girls will meet m the auditorium for a pep meeting. The cheerleaders are: Yale 1 --Joan Glass, Theresa Gulden- shuh, Dorothy DeBolt; Princeton-Dorothy Griffin, Peggy Mjtcheil and Betty Miller. A question and answer game was played in Miss Mabel Goldcn's homeroom. Miss Golden asked the questions which were composed by Loretta Colborn. "Wins S29.480 Action. LONDON, Mar. 22.--Three-year- old Maureen Mary Franks v/as awarded damages of $29,480 in settlement of ;m acton after the child was thrown on her head and bcvei'dy injured by an automobile. Popular Sonps Sung-. Marie Delligatti, Candis Witt and Muriel Walker sang solos and led in singing of popular songs in Junior Homeroom 26 with Room 24- members as guests. Miss Dorothy Mathias Js sponsor. JUNIOR HIGH NOTES A popularity contest was held in Miss Susan Hicks' room, with the following results: Most popular, Carl Myers. 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