The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 23, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 23, 1939
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THURSD\Y, M^RCIT 2J Tlir D A I L Y C C U ' R I H R COVNT! I-SVIIJ C PA PAGE FIVE Dunbar Girl Scouts Arrange For Banquet DUNBAE Mai 23 --A, the Gal Scout meeting Monday evenug at the N Y A Center, plans to a b-m- quet were rnac'e This ala r will be held in the Legion looms Monday evening Ap-il 3 in celebration o£ the second ann \ersrfiy o£ the oigan- uation The captain, Mrs iV H Reynolds conducted the meeting Repor's on a candy sale were given by Doris Pottei, v.ho is le'idei of a newly organued patrol called ' Kol!e-Ho," the title meaning honot, health and hope All members of the troop except two were piesent laymen's Service Next Sunday evening, in conjunction with regular 7 30 o'clock service at the Methodist Episcopal Church, there will be a Laj men's Activity Movement Service Robeit Arnett, p-esident oJ the Second National Bank in Umontov.n will be the principal saeakei An invitation is extended to everybody to attend this seivice Epwon't League -v 11 be held at 7 o clock Sunday evening M r nicotines Mrs In in Kimn-el s Sunday school class met at the Methodist Protestant Church Tuesday evening to plan lor an Easter social to be held this week at the church Cucle No 2 will ] old the regular meeting at the church Friday evening Ah members are asked to note that no lunch will be served, due to a social be ng held Ire same evening The Star Bible Cl^ss. will meet at the home of Miss Ota HawK Friday evening A good attendance is requested by the p-esi- dent Others Items of Interest Mrs Bert Cence of the La^j Hojr Ranch is spending a few days in New York City Mi and Mrs Paul Hosteller \\ere visiting in Morgantown, W V a , Monday Walter Bailes of Toledo, Ohio, was a Monday visitor at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs James Biiles of Speers Hill Webster Thomas who suffered a stroke seveial wcelvs ago at his home on Hardy Hill, is reported improved Andrew Wishart, stationed wth United States Army Corps at Carlisle, is spending several dajs with his father Andrew Wishart Quflook Continues Fairly Bright for Glass Industry The outlook continues fdirly bright lor the glass industry, according to the American Glass Review's current issue which states "Some improvement in demand for glass products is indicated as operations in factories conunuc steady uith gams here and there in the several divisions ' The situation In the past few days has been such as to indicate more plainly that March will have been the most active month of the first quarter in shipments and production " The output of window glass, this journal points out, will be boosted by the reopening of the Holland Glass Company's plant at Clarksburg, idle for more than a year Too, within a week the Dunbar plant of the Pennsylvania Wire Glass Company will have resumed operations with 175 men back on the payroll Government Plans Anti-Trust Actions in Five industries WASHINGTON, Mar 23--The Administration is preparing to bring nationally important new anti-'rust actions in at least five industries, it was revealed today Attorney Gene-al Tburrran W Arnold said anti-trust cases are being considered covering fertilizer, newsprint, shoe machienry tobacco, building mateuals and "10 new cases' concerning the motion picture industry Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and "Worrj No lontci be annocd or led 11 at isc bcciusc ol loose uabbly false teeth "*ASTLETH an improved alkaline, non- icicl) powder sprinkled on your plates aolds them firmer so they feel more com- ortablc Soothing and cooling to gums 3iado sore by exccsslv L acid mouth Avoid cmb-irnssn-Lrt caused b Jooi-e plates Get FASTSETH today at any irug store--Advertisement Historian Returns Airmen Who Defied Hitler Crack pilots of the former Csecho Slovakmn air force shown parading before their bombing planes at Prague shortly before Hitler annexed the country are reported to have defied the Fuehrer s ordc-s to surrender all war materials to the German "protectors " Instead, 1 000 of the aviators are said to have flown their pianos to Poland, Ruman a luKosla a and Soviet RjsEia (Central Press) Famous Woman Spj Leisenring Church CoRgregaiion Will Convene on March 29 T i r e n t s it 15 I I D^YIOIS, O h o , M u -3 --Luc \\ Siookbdnk 14 i d Memll Biook- K j.0, ar^ rmm i md pTpa now A f oui-pourd cig il-cuncc son u it. born to the couple itfrsJ Louise Grolcau Dies Mrs Lcuise Groleiu 78 jca b old, Coffman in Hospital Dick Co/Tman, ace jcl ef nu Jci of | perdicUis j he G ants pitching staff was sent to i hospital Wednesday night after' ^ompldimng of pains in h s light side i that doclois diagnosed as possible ap- we 1-kiwvn ic* dent of Union town, died Sunday mgK at hei hon^e The an lual con^jiegjtion ing of th° Leisenrng No 1 ten m Church \\i\l je held it 7 15 o clock ~\\ cdnesci n right M ch 29 at v hich timi reports be reud bj the iru iMjrc-rs of UIL \arious departments The chn-ch «sc«"non w j ] J mf at 7 -!o o clock Mo idi/ nifh , "Ma ch 27 it -whici timr the closing of the i church calendar % t i- ui!l he dis- cus^od ind a delegate elected to the prcsbyujrj \ specnl oTcnnk v,) 1 ! be t rcen up Sind-i, ATirrh 2fi for tV bo rd c' tduciit on Re\ V i urn IlTnil*o i, p -itor said Seldom photographed is Martha Richards {abotc), WHd War FP/ who, ic is reported was responsil c lor the capture and subsequent cxc cution of Mata Hari. famed German spy. She Is pict ared in London dur ing visit to sco a film based on her activities for the Allies in the secret World War Veteran Urged as President By Legionnaires WHEELING, W V a , Mar 23 -Urging that in 1940 a piesldcnt be elected who has gone throug i hell in the mud," No 1 post of the 'imeri- can Legion here today began c a m - paigning to elect a veteian as the next president of the United S atis The post adopted a reso'ution to initiate a non-partisan, natior-\ i ; ° campaign among all m htary ard political organizations to e l e c t Bencha, chaplain of the post, which claims to be the oldest in the I "gion Declaring "there is one competent as a Demociat one competen as a Republican to be a candidate for president o£ the United States ' the resolution mentioned specilcnlly Col Louis A Johnson Assistant Si.cie- tary of Wai and Col Hamilton 11 h Hepublican Representative from New York "Ihe interest of this countiy m peace and war ' tne icsolution lead, 'can best be ser%ed by having as commandei-m-chic£ of our natnnal defense someone who has gone through 'Hell in the mud I* pointed out that everv -war except the Woild War has pioduced a president John It Ickcs Dies SOMERSET, Mar 23 -- John H Ickes, 82, foimerly of Wmdbei -who had been living uith a daughlei at Hooversville, died Sundaj in Somerset Community Hospital He was, a caipenter Surviving are six child en seven grandchildren one great- grandchild, one brother and one sister Motorists Warned HARRISBTjRG, Mar 23--Deputy Revenue Secretary Ot o Me«snot warned Pennslvarl's 'summer migrating rroto-ists to file add ess changes with the Buieau of Mo 01 Vehicles at least 48 houis before leaving home--or be liable to j ?5 fire Poultnev Bigclo^, notetl historian of Alden on Hudson New York,and bo} hood friend of raiser Wtlhelm II of Gerrnny is pictured upon «i rival in Nc\\ lork from vaca NEVER UNDERSOLD 50c FLOOR WAX (o Handkerchief Roller Skates. 5c O K YELLOV LAUNDRYSOA» 30c AUSTINS Carpet CLEANER 25c Sulphur Cream Hfc ^ n i Corrc- u i d pi* qu nt t * ib t r th" J i I h ' ll h net to t K^ 60c WILDROOT TONIC lOc SHOE POLISH (Paste) BIiu-K or Brcmn No 127 Kodak Film 3ic PERFECTION PALNT CLEANER Me DETHOL Full pint H-wi «nct k.»rp j o j jril r* Moil -vfyjiJi) p «.V ou lOc LIFEBUOY SOAP Eggs 1.2,3,5 Ib Sizes Moit Del cioui Eaitc t f fine c r e m check (yl) of frui and null wid co ercd with de t o u * h u h I c dnrk chocdllc. 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