The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 10, 1938 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 10, 1938
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THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1935. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLS, S-A ?AGS STVS2. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD Special to Tho Courier. SCOTTDALE, Mnr. 10. Partners have been drawn for the next round in the cribbagc touinamont to be played at the borough building Friday evening. They are: *" Table No. 1, Earl Sturtz and C. J. Kline vs. H. Collins and Homer Loucks. Table No. 2, B. Connors and A. C. Former vs. George Detwiler and George Ferguson. Table No. 3, F. F. Whaley and C. E. Miner vs. Earl Gilchnst and A. Commore. Drawing byes were M. B. Rorkk ..and Ed Palmer. The public is invited to watch the play. Lenten Services. Special Lenten services were held Wednesday evening. Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church members met in homes of Mrs. M. L. Jeffries, H. F. Uber and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Loucks, with the subject "Jesus Belorc Pontius Pilate." At St. Paul's Lutheran Church the pastor, Rev. M. M. Allbeck, talked on "The Eternal Desire for Man's Reconciliation." A joint service of the Methodist Episcopal Church and the United Brethren Church was held at the latter. Beginning next Monday evening joint cottage prayer services will be held each evening, Friday inclusive, as follows: Monday at Charles L. Graft with A. L Porter, leader; Mrs. George Porter, Mrs. C. W. Stauffer, leader; Walter F. Stoner, William Taylor, leader; Mrs. L. Sterner, Mrs. C. A. Colborn, Uadcr; Joe Weaver, Mrs. Ray Faith, leader; Charles M. Forsythe, J. W. Bcndling, leader; Joe Reed, Adrian Stauffer, leader. Tuesday, Gailey Aspey, Charles Graft, leader; J. W. Beadling, Walter Stoner, leader; William Murray, H. / A. Bricker, leader; A. J. Strickler, Mrs. G. L. Lockard, leader; Ralph Brooks, Dorothy Weaver, leader; J. J. Fox, Leviah Sherrick, leader; Elmer Shelky, Ray Sturtz, leader. Wednesday, L u l u - Newcomer, Bertha Cowling, leader; Mrs. C. W. Stouffer, Earl Berger, lender; Mrs. W. H. Rhodes, Hazel Durstinc, leader; J. E. Lutz, Phyllis Newcomer, leader; Jesse King, Ethel Loucks, . leader; Ella Solomon, Mrs. J. J. Fox, · leader; Sherman Stoner, Harry Taylor, leader; Russell Hixion, Mrs. C. A. Colborn, leader. Thursday, Howard S o l o m o n , Charles Graft, leader; J. P. Stoner, Mrs. Maude Bradley, leader; C. B. Hagerman, Mrs. H. C. Fox, leader; William Green, William Stciner leader; Walter Hodges, Leslie Stoner, leader; Mrs. Ida Lowrie, J. R. Stlm- mel, leader; Harold Hines, A. T. Hemp, leader; Mrs. Thomas Porter, Mrs. George Ebcrle, leader. Friday, Solomon Sturtz, L. S. Shlroy, leader; Mrs. Theodore Hockey, Marjory BeadlJng, leader; William Taylor, Alice Brownfleld, leader; A. T. Hemp, Mrs. Josiah Reynolds, leader; Abe Truxel, T. Sutton Boyd, leader; Mrs. Clarence Berger, Lcroy Kaufman, leader, and Swan Carlson, C. B. Hagerman, leader. Scout Council Meets. Routine business was discussed the regular meeting of Boy Scout Council o£ District No. 6 Tuesday night nt the Y. M. C. A. Chairman J. W. Beadling presided. Bcaglo Trials Saturday. The Scottdale Beagle Club, wil v hold its first annual field trial Saturday on the Paul French farm between Scottdale and Dawson. Only members of the club will be eligible for draving of braces -which will take place a-t 9 o'clock in the morning All entries shall present their membership cards. The public is Invited Ickes Names Woman As Counsel for PWA By United Press. WASHINGTON, Mar. 10.--Public Works Administrator Harold L. Ickes today appointed Louise F. McCarthy as the flrst woman WPA regional counsel in the United States. Miss McCarthy will have charge of all legal work in 11 northeastern states. Miss McCarthy formerly was chief counsel for the WPA in Pennsylvania, with offices in Harrisburg. Everson KVERSON, Mar. 10 James Mulroy, an employe at Torrance, spen the week-end with his uncle am aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James Mulray , of Jones street. Mrs. Jack Flannlgan of South Everson was a recent visitor with her daughter of Creek Hill. Mrs. Martin Coyne's condition is reported as unimproved. Mrs. Joseph Lucid and son Pat- risk spent Monday evening at .Mount PJoasant. Miss Marie Whaley, who has been spending several weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. Flora Whaley, of California, Pa, visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Whaley. Miss Ella Collins has been confined to her home for some time on account of illness. Mrs. Freeman Harshman was a recent caller to Pittsburgh. Here's Amazing Relief from ericld J ... A^ _ _ 5JJ1.. Corr«c* hyper cue to acidity **«. * in«r.. con. -- i-i-- i J til, G»i and Add Stomach with, taaAttng D«W DRUG- J.ESS treatment. Eatittl? ntw principle, Pure vcntibl* matter compounded In tablet iorm. E*jy and plcaunt to take. Mo drugi c{ any kuid. .ProvMta itomach and con- Mcctiar iatvttiflca with protective liainc of ' »«£«t»ol# mucint coating ovtr inflamed ror* IKCH aod pro tec tine them afjinit excess ncmath icld* and Irritating iood roughage*. thu civioc fefUmmation* ft chaac* to b«al. Y.M. alto abtorba *xc«u atomach »cid«. AH thU is confirmed tr clinical report! from. prominent doctor* and Wading boipttals. Get · SWORN -TO COPT of these report* and JTSES TRIAL SAMPLE of V.M. Tafcktt by clipping thii ad and brlnilne it in. BURN'S DRUG CO. . Crawford Ave., ComieHsvitte, Initials Say "Exclusively Yours' Household Arts by Alice Brooks Crochet Plus Embroidery New and Smart for ·#/ Lineiu PATTERN 601(« Add that personal touch. Crochet your initials for towels, scarfs, pillow cosi s--then enhance them with embroidery! Use initials and embroidery together or separately! Pattern 6046 contains directions nnd charts for a 4% inch alphabet; a transfer pattern of 2 motifs 5Vi\S Inches and 2 motifs SVix7/4 inches; illustrations of stitches; materials needed. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents m stamps or coin (coin preferred) to The Courier Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Educators Plan Regional Youth, Lay Conference The Fayette nnd Washington- Greene Counties Schoolmen's Clubs will hold n "Regional Youth nnd Lay Confererce" at California State Teacher;, College Saturday, March 20. The contercncc is designed to obtain the viewpoints of the youth and lay groups, relative to the reorganization of secondary education to meet the needs of 17 and 18 year old folks who return or continue in school. Dr. Robert M. Steele, president of the teachers college, has chosen Dr. Thomas M. Gilland, Darrcl J. Mase and Leo Hornbnke to represent the college op the committee in charge. Representing the Wnshlngton-Grccne county club will be Robert F. Boyle of Washington. R. E. Austin of Brownsville nnd Raymond Call of Redstone will represent the Fayette county club. From 10 to 11:45 I . M , there will be a panel discussic-n by youth in the auditorium. Luncheon will be nt 12:15 P. M , in the dining room. The lay group will conduct n panel discussion from 1 to 2:30 P. M., m the Georgian dining room. From 2:45 to 4 P. M., there will bo a panel discussion by a gioup of schoolmen, in the dining room. Builskin Residents Face Dog Law Charges Five Builskin township residents were charged with harboring unlicensed dogs on informations preferred by Peter Susano, dog law enforcement officer in Fayetto county, who made a check on complaints that there are many unlicensed dogs in that community. The dog owners charged by Susano with not having purchased licenses are Orval Gallentlne, George Smith, William Wild, J. B. Clifford nnd William Showman. Mr. Susano declared that in his survey of the district he found 50 dogs at 00 homes and of this number only five were unlicensed, which he said was a very good average. Dies at Bus WhccL BALTIMORE, Mar. 10 --George Hohman pulled the bus he was driving up to the curb, told his passengers "I'm sorry but I feel ill" and slumped over the wheel, dead. WILL NOT PREFER CHARGES AGAINST PLANE STOWAWAY By United Press. DAYTON, Ohio, Mar. 10.--John Henry Hagaman, 23, Pittsburgh newsboy, who stowed away on an airliner from Indianapolis to Dayton, was held by police today, but air line officials said he would not bo prosecuted. Hagaman was met by n "reception committee" of detectives last night when the plane landed here. The young man said he was trying to reach his mother, whom he believed might have been endangered by last week's floods at Van Nuys, Cal., and he boarded the wrong plane. Work on Plans for Somerset Airport SOMERSET, Mar. 10--Gene Had' work, representative of the State Bureau of Aeronautics of Harrlsburg, has been spending some time here directing work in plans for the State's proposed new airport near here. The (lying field is to be located on the Webster Barren farm, located along Route 53, several miles north of Somerset. Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE, Mar. 10--Miss Jean Holt of the Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, arrived home Sunday to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Holt in Commercial street. Mr. and Mrs. George Dltmorc and son of McKccsport motored to,Ohiopyle Sunday and spent the day. Mr. nnd Mrj. F. J. Raffcrty »nd children, Fred, Jr., nnd Shirley, of Youngwood visited Saturday with Mr. RafTerty's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Rafferty, in Garrett street. Their nephew, Billy Wallace, Jr., accompanied them home and visited over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jackson and son, Edward, Jr., of Kcntuck, spent Sunday calling on Mr. and Mrs, Allen Bolcn. Miss Virginia Joseph Is able to resume her studies at school after several days* absence due to an attack of tonsilitis. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Silbnugh of Hopwood visited Mrs. Silbaugh's mother, Mrs. Llda Stuck, Friday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. GraefE Phillips nnd son of Uniontown spent Sunday visiting in Ohiopyle. GUARD UNIT INSPECTED AT MT. PLEASANT S i x t y - T h r e e Enlisted Men, Three Officers Attend. OTHER ITEMS, OF INTEREST Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 10-Company E, 110th Reginvnt, underwent its annual inspection Wednesday night at the State Armory with 63 enlisted men, Captain Ted Smith and Lieutenants James D. Blackburn and McPhall in attendance. The company made an excellent showing while m line and at drill. A large number of persons witnessed the cvint. Music Club Elects. The Mount Pleasant Music Club nt its meeting Tuesday held the annual election officers which resulted as follows: President, Mrs. T. R Snyder; vice-president, Mrs. J. F. Erwin; secretary, Miss Catherine Loar; treasurer, Miss Alice Ramsay; chorister, Miss Ruth Corder; assistant chorister, Mrs. Carl Lauffer; accompanist, Mrs. Leo Schumaker, and assistant accompanist, Miss Virginia Gettcmy, Instead of the regular March meeting of the club a public concert will be given at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening in the United Brethren Church. The program will be in keeping with the Lenten season. Rev. E, G. Sawyer will read the Scripture and have charge of the opening prayer and benediction. On the program will be organ numbers by Mrs. Leo Schumker, Mrs. Goulet, Mrs. Charlotte Mullin Tat- tcrsnll and Kramer Thompson. Other numbers will be choral trios and quartets, with Mrs. S. N. Warden In charge of the program. It is the first concert of this kind ever attempted by the club. Student Health Survey. A healthy survey of Ramsay High School shows 533 students examined with the following result: 32 per cent with defective sight; eight per cent defective hearing; 41 per cent decayed teeth; four per cent unclean teeth; 20 per cent diseased tonsils; nine per cent skin diseases, nnd four per cent a heart condition. The ranking of the classes nj to physical defects follows: juniors, 06 per cent; seniors, 59 per cent; freshmen, fi6 per cent, and sophomores, 74 per cent. Roller Skater Injured. Miss Marcclla Busko fell while roller skating Tuesday evening and fractured her arm. Host to Choral Clubs. The Choral Club of Ramsny High School will be host to the Westmoreland county "Song Festival,'* in the Ramsay High auditorium April 29. Approximately 11 choral groups will participate. LECKRONE PARISH SAVED FROM FLAMES UNIONTOWN, Mar. 10.--Threatened by lire which started whin sparks fell on the shingle roof, the parish of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church at Lcckrono Wednesday was saved through the combined efforts of Rev. Father F. S. Condrllla, ht or 10 boys of the parochial school and Janitor Michael Salek. The blaze was discovered by Sister Agilberta and it was feared so serious that calls were made to surrounding towns lor aid. The janitor carried a ladder through a second floor window to an open porch and the boys formed n bucket brigade from the bathroom to the porch. The fire was put out without loss. HELP 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES To Flush out Add* »nd Other Pottonout W»»t* Doctor* t*y yoyrkidn*yi contain IS Mile* of tiny tubm or fillrr* whirl) fa*Ip to purify tfe* blood fcod k«n you bmlthjr. Jifoil j«opl« pi*» ·bout 3 pints m any or about 3 pound* of wut*. r«qurnt or fetnty pLuacn *nti imirtJnr uxl burning ahowi tbrr* m^y b« »om«lMin ftonf with /ourlcidovx* orbudder An victr* of clU or poi*oxu In your blood, wien dut to (uc«Uon»l kifjnpy duordrj*, may , niatle puo*, Iccpuu, In** of p«? kixl «n*r*y t I'ttlnz up mchti, ·»«Uine, puifines* under lh« »y», h**Jfc«h«* and dunaru. Don't waill Aik your drurcut for Doan'i Pfllj, turd iiKfitsfuLy by railLcEj for ortr 4O yrm. Tbey civ« b»ypy rrh*f mod wJJ ktJp tk* 15 Milw of kidney lubr* Cjih out t*n*onou* wut« from yotr blood. Get Dou'i Pill*. THE NEW "LOWEST PRICED" CAR...AND A HUDSON THROUGH AND THROUGH! ond up, fully equipped, ready »o drive, Federal taxes paid--transportation costs and local taxes, if any, extra. Attractively low time payment terms, with new Hudson-C I. T. Plan. HOW AVAIUBIE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVfRV Railroad Lost or Stolen. HAVERSTRAW, N. Y., Mar. 10.-Lost or stolen: A railioad, two miles long. Police Chief John Spissingcr discovered that two miles of track which hadn't been used since 1933, had disappeared with 80,000 pounds of metal molds from five brickyards. Council Asks For Bids to Improve Water Street Looking forward to the impiove- mcnt of Water street from West Fairvicw avenue to West Fayette street, West Fairview avenue from South Water street to South Arch street and West Church place from South Water- street to South Arch street, City Council authorized Councilman Paul H. Bcighley, superintendent of the Department of Accounts and Finance, the purchasing agent, to advertise for sealed bids for materials and truck hire. Bids will be received until S o'clock Monday afternoon, April 4, and Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Specifications are on file at the offices of City Clerk S. T, Bcnford and City Engineer Joseph E. Hocn- shel. TWO FAYETTE COAL MINERS INJURED UNION 1 :OWN, Mar. 10--Two Fayette coun y coal miners were injured Tuesday." The left foot of Lee Darling, 39, of Bitner, was injured when squeezed between a bumper on a wagon and » rail in the Colonial No. 1 mine of H. C. Frick Coke Company. Floyd Evans, 28, Smithficld, R. D. 3, was hurt when caught beneath a fall of slate in the Martin mine and was taken to Uniontown Hosptiol. MEN LOVE ^i GIRLS WITH IF yon aro peppy and full of fun, men wilt In- rlt* you to d*na« and parttra. HUT, Ir you aro crow. Hfel-«s and tired, - ttco won't bo intemtca. Men don't like "quiet" glrU. When they eo to parties they want girls alone who ar« full of pep. for tbreo generation! ono woman has told another how to to "umillnff through" vrUh XydU K, rinkhnm'* Vcgctablo Compound. It nelp* Nature tone- up the system, thus I«»cn- Inj* the diKomlorts from the functional dU- orders which women must endure, Why not try LVDIA E. PINKUAM'S VEGETABLE COML'OUNDt, NEVER UNDERSOLD WEST CRAWFORD AVE WtO1 ulwwruilu H¥L " NEVER UNDERSOLD ESSENCE OF PEPPERMINT, 1 t». 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