The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 10, 1938 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 10, 1938
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THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1S3S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEULSVILLE. PA. PAGE THREE. News of Day At Dunbar DUNBAR, Mar. 10.--John C. Blair, principal of the borough school, announced the following pupils on the honor roll for February: Grade 1, Jean Blair, Dolores Falcone, Dale Gangaware, George Hyatt, Dorothy Martin, Lois Mitts and Jacqueline Rossi. Grade 3, Gcraldine Camercsi, Edith Giobbi. Joan Martin, Harold McFarland, George .Scaton, Watte Strong and Pauline Wallace. Grade 4, Leonard Bell, Margaret Bcrcitcr, Pauline DiMarco, Lloyd Gangaware, Evelyn Manzola, Anna Mesco, Elaine Quairiere and Ruth Spanglcr. Grade 5, Anthony DcMott, Betty Lehman, Harry v Lizza, Frank Mar- chelctta and Margaret Rilcy. Grade 6. Lucy Bell, Loma Gangaware, Earl Jcnt, Jacqueline McClintock, Margaret Mesco, Carl Pope, Imogcne Shrader and Norma Spang- lcr. Grade 7, Fiore DiBlasio, William C. H.-S.-NEWS OF THE DAY UNDERGRADUATES WILL ] PLAY IN TOURNAaUSNTj Faycttc county's undergraduate basketball tournament begins tonight at South Union Township High School with C. H. S. meeting Brownsville High in a Class A lilt at 9 P. M. An eligibility list of 19 players has been submitted by Coach William Doldc but only about 15 of this group will make the trip. The complete eligibility list with the nrst five named comprising the starting ning, March 17, according to word received by Coach Harold Swank yesterday. It will mark the locals' second home engagement, Donora having been met several weeks ago. The debate is scheduled for 7 o'clock. Accused Boy Prays JUNIOR CLASS HOME ROOMS NAME OFFICERS The junior class home room officers recently elected to serve ihe second semester follow: j Home room 1, Miss Kurt/: presi- line-up is as follows: Juniors, Robert dent, Jean Fuehrer; vice-president, Evans, Elaine Reed and Jack Murray; sophomores, Albert Olszewski, Frank McClure, Arlie Mansbcrger, Walter Jones, Parke Glass, Donald McCoy, Willard Lewis, Warren McMullen, Jack Willard, Robert Landymore, Earl J. Sharp, George Campbell, Teddy Perrus, William Logan and Paul Reed. Tom Soisson, a junior, is also Included in the list. Hardy, Body Rechenbcrfi. " Lizza and Lynette " Grade 8, Guy Brunetti, John Bunting, Harry McDowell, William Seaton and Albert Wallace. Owing to the illness of Miss Gwendolyn Guyton, teacher of the second grade, the honor roll of the second grade was not given. Party for Glenn Lcaplinc. The home ol Mr. and Mrs. George Leapline was the scene Saturday aft- crnoon of a party in honor of their son, Glenn, \rtio observed his eighth birthday. Students of the first three grades of the Pechin school were guests. Games were the diversions of the afternoon. Prizes went to Dolores Golden, Wilbur Hardy, Wilmemma Fordyce, Billy Fordyce, .Kitty Provance and Elzie Manges. A lovely cake, decorated with pink and white frosting, was cut and served while the youngsters sang "Happy Birthday." Glenn received a number of gifts. Presbyterian News. The monthly meeting of the William Bible Class of the Presbyterian Church took place Friday evening at the home ol Mrs. E. B. Guie with Miss Margaret Thomas and Mrs. D. R. Baker as co-hostesses. Mrs. S. L. Johnston, president of the class, presided. Mrs. Upton Speer and Mrs. Charles Nemon were in charge of a most interesting program of Scripture readings, poems and songs. The class teacher, W. H. Williams, gave a talk on the book ol Nehemiah, applying its use to lite today. The look-up committee reported receiving three new members into the class. They were Mrs. Ray Campbell, Mrs. John Blair and Mrs. John Lonsinger. A committee composed of Mrs. W. R. Bowden, Mrs. Clayton Jones and Mrs. W. E. Crowe revealed the "forget-me-not pals." The manner in which the "pals" were revealed was amusing. The chairman of the committee called the president. The president called her "pal" and each in turn called their respective "pal." New ones were also selected, group singing was followed by a social hour. Refreshments supplemented the evening's activities. The next meeting will be held on Friday, April 1, at the home ol Mrs. Joseph Bunting with Mrs. Harry Bunting and Mrs. J. T. Burhans as co-hostesses. The Ladies' Aid Society ol the Presbyterian Church will meet in the church social room this evening at 7 o'clock, at which time they will -· enjoy a covered-dish supper. A good " attendance is requested as election of officers will take place. Services ; Church at morning will be conducted along the ; lines of stewardship. The congrega- · tion will listen to the services broadcast from the Second Presbyterian Church of XIniontown, with Robert Arnett delivering the message. Mr. Arnett's talk will be based on the ' benefits of tithing. Conducting Conference. William Shoemaker, graduate ot the Moody Bible Institute, well- known local young man, is conducting a four-day revival service at Shinsston, W. Va. The conference is under the direction of the Uniontown School of the Bible ol which \ Mr. Shoemaker is dean. A group from the school conducted a service in Tent Presbyterian Church with Mr. Shoemaker directing. Scouts to Have Flower Show. Dr. Paul Stewart, president ol Waynesburg College, will conduct a flower show In the Methodist Church soon. The affair will be sponsored by the Boy Scouts. 1 Other Items of Interest. Mrs. Gordon Fansler, the former Betty Shoemaker, is visiting at the home ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Shoemaker. Her mother \s ill with bronchitis. Mrs. Emma Crowe visited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Annabelle Mansfield, at Cumberland, Md., Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Hetrick of Butler were Sunday guests ol the latter's mother, Mrs. Lewis Bacr, Mr. and Mrs.' Paul Miller and son, Paul Frederick, were Sunday visitors at Greensburg. The Misses Thalia, Dorothy and Betty Donnelly and William Allison of Carnegie were guests Sunday evening at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith. Mrs. Charles Nemon had as Sunday dinner guests Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Lonsinger and Mrs. L. S. Johnston. Rev. Lonsinger is the newly appointed pastor ol the Presbyterian Church. His home is in Philadelphia. He is a student at the Western Theological Seminary at Pittsburgh. BOTANY TEACHER SPEAKS AT CARNEGIE MUSEUM John F. Lewis, instructor in botany, was one of the principal speakers Wednesday night at Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh, where he addressed the Botanical Society of Western Pennsylvania. He used for his subject, "Botanizing in the Wilds of Fayctte County." The subject dealt primarily with a plant survey Mr. Lewis has been making in the county for the past 11 years. He told of finding approximately 3,000 plant specimens ranging from the common to the most rare. The survey includes only ferns and flowering plants. More than 500 pages of field note.) have been kept on this survey which is practically completed except, for a small portion of the northwestern end of the county. Mr. Lewis estimated that since 1934, he has traveled 2,600 miles by trolley, train and car. He said it would be impossible to tell the number of miles he has walked. He told of discovery of four new plants whose existence in this county had heretofore been unknown. Mr. Swank, Mr. Guhl and Mr. Sisley made the trip to Pittsburgh, although they didn't attend the conference. Kathleen Morris; secretary, Madge Goldsboro. Home room 2, Miss Klutey; president, Eugene Martrano; vice-presi- 'dcnt, Helen Munson; secretary, Mildred Christ. Home room 3, Miss Marshall; president, George Hart; vice-president, Bcrnice Smith; secretary, Beverly Strawn. Home room 8-B, Miss Davis; president, Janet Burdette; vice-president Virginia Humphrey; secretary, Betty Jordan. Home room 11-B, Mr. Hartman president, John Bittner; vice-president. Marjorie Herd; secretary Elizabeth Addis. Home room 20-B, Miss Adams president, Edith Bane; vice-president Naomi Frazcc; secretary. Erne Davis Home room 22, Mrs. Walton; president, Jack Willard; vice-president Gerald Witt; secretary, Thomas Soisson. Home room 27, Miss Mathias president, Frank McClure; vice president, Charles Strickler; secre tary, Eva Jean Rice. STUDENTS TO BE X-RAl'ED AT UNIONTOWN SCHOOL The mobile X-ray unit of tti Pennsylvania Department of Hcalt will be set up at Benjamin Frankli Junior High School today and Fri day, to X-rny those ninth grade stu dents who were positive reactors t the tuberculin test. Tenth grade stu dents will be re-X-rayed. The X-ray work is free. The pro News of Tri-Town Community Theodore Danlclscn . . . prays In his cell Accused of stabbing: his mother to death with a butcher knife, Theodore Danielsen, 16, of Chicago, prays In his cell. The boy faces a reformatory sentence for the slaying, said to have followed a reprimand for playing hfoky and not practicing piano. TONY CAVALCANTE SEEKS REELECTION TO STATE SENATE UNIONTOWN, Mar. 10.- Stat. Senator Anthony Cavalcante, with circulation of numerous petitions this afternoon made formal an nounccment of his candidacy for re election on the Democratic ticket. He made no further comment. gram is not to be confused with th work bcinfi done by other orfianiza tions, officials stated yesterday. An persons interested in the work ma inspect the machine, while it is i Uniontown. Connollsville student, will be token to Uniontown to re ceivc their tests. DAWSON, Mar. 10.--The B. Y. P. . of the Baptist Church held its lonthly business meeting at the ome of 'the Misses Beatrice and eona Etling at Liberty. After the usincss session which was in charge f the president, Miss Beatrice Etling, n interesting program was given in ge of Miss Phillis Shafcr and nmcs McLaughlin. In connection ith the meeting a shower was held or Mr. and Mrs. James Lynn, who cceivcd many beautiful and useful ifts. A delicious lunch was served y Miss Ida Rea Pierce and the host- sses. The next meeting will be held Friday evening, April 1, at the home if Rev. and Mrs. Harry V. Layhew f Vandcrbilt. Mrs. Mary'McFarland of Vander- ilt was a Conncllsville caller Friday. Mrs. Fred Mchokc and Misses 'rene and Margaret Zekc of Vander- ilt were business callers in Pittsburgh Saturday. Mrs. R. B. Jones of Uniontown spent the week-end at the home of lor sister. Miss Nell Kuhn. The Standard Bearers of the Philip . Cochran Memorial Mcthodis Episcopal Church will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Miss Mary Jane Stilhvagon o Railroad street. Mrs. Ralph Cox, Mrs. Mary BelV Sisley, Miss Betty Graaham and Mis Mary Thrasher of Star Junction an Mrs. Thomas Krcger ol Scottdal were callers here Sunday. Miss Martha McFarland of Van derbilt spent the week-end witi friends in Connellsville. Mrs. Ambrisco and son, Frank, o Connellsville and Miss Gcraldin Harris of Liberty motored to Pitts burfih Sunday. Mrs. Edward Miller ot Libert spent several days visiting in Pitts burgh. The Epworth League of the Phili G. Cochran Memorial Method! Episcopal Church, was led by Mis ANGER HISTORIAN AT FORT NECESSITY PROVIDED IN BILL WASHINGTON, Mar. 10.--Frovi- ons in the Department of Interior ppropriation bill has been made lor n all-year ranger historian at Fort Icccssity battlefield site in .\Fayette ounty, Pa. / The appropriation, already passed y the House ot Representatives, was Mowed after it was pointed out that 05,000 visitors were at the park last ear and this number compared favor- bly with visiting lists at many of he large National parks. Appropriation also includes maintc- icncc, repair nnd installation ol a rinking fountain. flary Jane Stilhvagon. The topic vas "How to Be a Friend." Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hukel and on, David, of Pittsburgh were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Livingston ot Railroad street. Mrs. Harry Addis of Vanderbilt, who has been ill for more than a week is somewhat improved. ' '. Held by Police Alter Car Hits_. Building Randall, King o£ Dawson and Ausburn Kins ot Vandcrbilt were placed in the city jail ion charges'o{ drunkenness at 1:15 A. M. Wednesday alter the former's automoblle'is reported to have been driven down the sharp grade of West Fairview avenue out of control, breaking off a light pole and damaging steps ot the West Pcnn building when the car ran onto the sidewalk. The two men were taken into custody by Assistant Chief Charles J. Nez and Patrolman Jacob Miller. Want to KnowWhy~ You're Constipated? - Would you give n. Million to shake _ off that dull, dopey, playcd-odt feeling that often comes with common constipation? Then stop a minute and think. What have you lad to cut this week? Just meat, bread, eggs, potatoes? Probnbly the reason you're constipated Is i/ou don't net enough "bulk." And "bulk" doesn't mean hoio much you cat. It means a hind of food that Isn't entirely digested, but IcaiM a soft, bulky mass In the Intestines which helps a bowel movement. What to do? Eat some KellogB's All-Brim for breakfast every day. This crunchy toasted cereal Is not only rich In "bulk"-lt also contains both the Intestinal tonic vitamin B,. and Iron. Eat All-Bran every day and drink plenty of water. Sec If you don't (jet off your heels and on your toes I Kcllogs'a All-Bran Is sold by every grocer. 00WH1INTER (URNS LOWER-PRICED SIZES Or COAL TO SAVE MONEY FRANK R. SWEENEY 127-12!) E. Crawford AYC. I'lione !17". at the Presbyterian 11 o'clock on Sunday SOPHOMOUE HOME ROOMS TO HAVE PARTiT FRIDAY A group of sophomore home rooms will hold a get-together party Friday night in the gymnasium. Games and dancing will be enjoyed with music furnished by a radio that will be in installed for the party. The list of home rooms which will attend include: Room 24, Mr. Shaner; Room 29-A, Miss Vona; Room 29-B, Miss Zimmerman; Room 34, Miss Kline; Room 35, Miss Foltz, and Room 3G, Mr. RufT. Those serving on the refreshment committee are Margaret Grace Young, Vera Jones, Dorothy Osterwise, Virginia Moore, Norma Jean Showman, James Fox, Parke Glass, Mao Jean Herzbergcr and Dons Gray. The clean-up committee includes Norma Jean Grey, Norma Jean Gallagher, Frank Kane, Walter Jones, James Kelly and Sidney Mander. Those on the entertainment committee are Robert Galley, Jean Goc, Maiian Harris, Mary Elizabeth Grist, Virginia Moore, Norma Rothcnbur- gen, Betty Hilsen, Alice Kefler and Dorothy Miner. The decorating committee includes Mcredette Secce, Clarence McDonald, Adrian Hillcn, Vera Jones, Helen Martis, Norma Jean Gallagher and Norma Jean Grey. SICKNESS CAUSES MANY TO BE ON ABSENT ROLL One hundred thirty-one students were reported absent from the morning classes yesterday with 11 returning for the afternoon sessions. Colds were believed to be responsible for the majority of the sickness. MONESSEN DEBATE TEAM HERE NEXT THURSDAY The Cokcr debaters will meet Monessen High here Thursday eve- Purchase THIS WEEK ONLY Harry Bowman 713 "West Crmvford Avenue fVcst Side If paid before April 4th, all 1937 City and County Taxes may be settled for the Face amount, without penalty. The above is authorized by action of the City Council and the County Commissioners. C. K. McKESSON, Tax Collector. THINK WHAT JT MEANS TO SAVE SO MUCH MONEY ON A BETTER LOOKING, SWEETER RUNNING, MORE MODERN CAR Outside of the actual cash savings which National Used Car Exchange. Week offers -- the genuine opportunities to buy at rock-bottom prices -- what's the outstanding news angle of this great event? Undoubtedly it is the discovery by owners of old cars that cars built in the last few years have improved more than they dreamed! ' It's a real thrill to take the wheel of one of the many 1937, '36 or '35 cars included in this sale -- and discover how n modern car handles -- how much more pleasure it offers. Get ready for spring with a car that brings real pride of ownership -- modern stylo -- smooth, powerful performance -- roomy bodies and luggage space -- safe brakes -- quieter operation -- better economy -- big tires -- modern riding comfort . . . all yours at prices far below those of several months ago! This is no ordinary sale. Car dealers, stocked with these, good used cars, have joined in n great, nation-wide co-opeivttivo movement to "get things moving." You may not even need cash to make the switch. Your present car may cover the down-payment on the car you want. Balance on easy terms. If you have no car to trade, you can still take advantage of the low down-payments and easy terms during this sale. These bargains are GOING FAST. DON'T DELAY UNTIL THE BEST SELECTIONS ARE SNAPPED UP! National Used Cor Exchange Week ends this Saturday night, March 12. SEE THE CLASSIFIED SECTION OF THIS NEWSPAPER FOR NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK BARGAINS SEE ANY CAR DEALER DISPLAYING THIS SIGN SPONSORED BY THE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF THE UNITED STATES

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