The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 11, 1938 · Page 12
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March 11, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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PACK T\VELYB. TUB DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, MARCH II,- 1985. Judge Matthews "Aids in Speeding Criminal Court President Judge Ross S. Matthews ot the Fayette County Orphans Court is assisting in expediting the criminal calendar o£ the March term o" common pleas court. He sat in the trial ot John Langgle and George Pustay ot Leiscnring No. 3, charged with robbing E. B. Schmitz at the latter's service station in South Eighth street, West Side, last August. Judge Matthews had insisted throughout his campaign last tall that he would hold himself-m readiness to assist at any and all times in conducting criminal trials. President Judge Harry A. Cottom of the common pleas court has not" fully regained his health after a long I- illness last year and is-unable *~ presid* over a long trial. SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By RJ. SCOTT to World Wide G u i l d ' - ^ ~ Meets al:Home of -: \ PerryopolirMember, PERRYOPOLIS, Mur. 11,--Miss liOrcna. Vance entertained the World Wide Guild of the FJatwoods Baptist Church, at her home Monday night. Mrs. Ellsworth Dunn conducted the business meeting. It was reported the society had completed Its home and foreign mission quota. A "sunshine bag" was made for a shut-in. Papers were read by Mis. Lucy Holub, Mrs. Ethel Furnier and Mrs. Hazel Rittcnhouse. The lunch and decorations were in keeping with St. Patrick's Day. Shower tor Bride-Elect. Mrs. Miller Boag o£ Fayette City | hod a linen shower Friday night lor Miss Edna Brewer, third grade teacher, whose engagement will terminate in a wedding early in the OH1OPYLE, Mar. 11. -- H«v. and summer, · Mrs. F. S. Wortmon returned to their Class to /Meet. j homo at Ohiopyle .Monday after a Class^No. 10 of the Flatwoods three-week revivat meeting at the Church .will meet Fnday..evcning 3»tMJil_ Run Baptist Church which the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. W: --closed- Sunday evening. McClelland. I Rev. Wortmanrdtd his own prcach- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Glass o£ ing while George Skinner led the MA.UA.RA\lArl OF B1KA.NER- * DA-YS aNexi-6-rfHs.Y/IKOm ; 3~ I' WEArfftER Yf H ILE. BUFFALO PREFER 1b FACE. WiNrfERglRMS, COWRICHT. WML KING rtATuias SYNDICATE, inc.^ Rev. F. S. Worlman Closes Mil! Run Church Revival TilusviUe were guests Sunday o£ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wickcrham. Misses Altat_and- Marie visited Miss Augusta Pohiand Latrobe over the week-end. Betty Hixenbaugh bf~~ Uhiontown singing, assisted by the choir and two quartets ot the church. The -quartets assembled "from the audi- of enco "during the meetings. Large crowds attended regularly. The hiKh polnt_of-_the meeting was spent the week-end with her aunt I reached Sunday evening when 82 uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown. j people "renewed their obedience to Mrs. Phoebe Turick of Cleveland,' the Lord, the church and oil its Ohio, visited Mrs. M. M. Redic over . activities," it w«3_-announccd. the week-end. - · .· - ; |~_ Eev. Wortrnan began his work In Miss Edith Zimmerman spent the that church 41 years ago and of all week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd jbc revival meetings · held during Blair of near Grccnsburg. - i that .time, this" was declared to be Dorothy Edwards ol California the best in every way. He Talked--Fired Guard Unifs Will Undergo Inspection Here Monday Nigh Connellsvllle's two unlti ot th Pennsylvania National Guard--th 1 Medical Detachment and Howitzer Company--will go through the in nun! Federal and State inspections Monday at State Armory. The inspecting officers will be Major L. W. Eggcr^, senior Instructo of the 112th Infantry, United Stole Army, and Major William May, In structor ct the 110th Infantry, o Altoona. Equipment and records of th guardsmen will be gone over durln the afternoon and the civilian sol dicrs will go through their paces s 8 o'clock at night before the Inspect ing officers. spent the week-end with Betty But- tcrmore. To Close 291 CCC Camps; Enrollment Thousands of chapters of the Bible were read during life meetings. The congresal!on"gave"the"pastor a purse at the close of the meeting. ',, By United Press. WASHINGTON. Mar. 11 FechnerV Civilian Conservation Corps director said today that 291 CCC camps will be closed before June 30, but the;CCC enrollment will remain »t approximately .270,000 persons. Fechncr said a shortage of funds made necessary closing ot the camps.' Approximately 1,200 camps will be, continued. Ten others will be closed before October 31. Lists of camps to be changed will not bo ready lor jcveral days, Fechner said. Somerset "Woman Dead. 'SOMERSET, Mar. 11--Mrs. Carrie E. Williams, 55, wi/e ol H. J. W1U- Jams ol Windber, died Monday afternoon at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mover. She leaves her husband, ·Robert four sons and two daughter*. Harry A. Bporku ... ipoke of u-oite, lotcg job Harry A. Eprkj, nationally-recognized bituratnouB 4nglneer In th* Ohio itaU highway department, teaUneo; beioro an Ohio ·enaU Investigating committee that th» atate wasted $2,000,000 on "hot- mix" roadi in the last two yean. T« testimony aroused Oov. Martin L. Davey. Now Sparks, 60, haa been let out. The governor could not dismiss Sparks because h» wu under civil service--so h« ordered th« job abolished. Jeannelfe {o Mark Golden Anniversary ourt Will Receive Nine More Drivers Law Journal Petitions Lose Their Licenses Until Monday, Mareh 21, ITK ,TM Tnw T7r~,, ,, ' I UNIONTOWN, Mar. 11--Mine more I county persons lost driving privileges UNIONTOWN, Mar. 11.--Persons todpy, ns Motor Police announced ntcrcstcd for or agamit publication' three licenses revoked and six tus- pcndcd for various infractions of the iiutoinobilu code. Revocations included: i Gilbert RIdcnour, Brier Hill, intoxication. . Robert Lynch, Uniontown, larceny. Woodrow Kidwell, Brownsville, failure to stop after an accident. Suspensions were: ' Albert Waiters, Belle Vcrnon, failure to provide proof of financial responsibility. ' Hal C. Longstrcth, MtClelland- town, same. Gerald Hunt, Uniontown, same. Rudolph Horvllln, Uniontown, R. t the proposed Fayctte Luw Journnl ave until March 21 to (lie brlcfi with the court, it wns revealed in pen court Monday by President udge Harry A. Cottom who directed hat two petitions (or court approval t such n publication be filed "as of iat date." The court had received both pell- Ions but, to this time, neither of tiom had been filed of record. Judge Cottom stated: "It is further ordered any person · persons interested in the subject matter Involved in these petitions | ·nay present a brief or briefs in sup- xnt of, or against, tho proposal to lave a law journal, on or before 10 A. M. Monday, March 21." Oregon Students Thrifty. CORVALLIS, Ore., Mnr. 11.--The ivcragc Oregon State College student earns more than n third of his expense, statistics of the registrar's office Indicate. The exact figure of Wesf Virginia Asks Substantial Sums for New Endowment Trusf CHARLESTON, W. Vs., 1 The Wcbt Virginia Universitd Alumni Association expects future Donation* o£ "substantial sums" to its new endowment trust but to encouraga those donations it asked for 2,000 contributions ot not less than $25 each for an "orignial contributor*' fund." President Houston G. Young of the association explained an agreement drawn up for operation oj the loyally permanent endowment fund established in June and said: "We feel that it is necessary to have a substantial amount ol money, with which to start." D., same. James Edgar Hustead, Uniontown, some. Harlcy Dawson, York Run, misdemeanor. self support was placed at 37.9 per cent. Nearly 28 per cent of the student body earn all of their expenses. To Consider Shaulis Pies. HARRISBURG, Mar. 11 The State Pardon Board Wednesday will hear a commutation petition ot Charles C. Shaulis, Somerset county, convicted of second degree murder. Three men condemned to dia arc among 02 convicled persons seeking paroles or pardons, It was announced. JEANNETTE, Mar. 11-^JeanncUe'* 50th birthday will be held from August 28 to September », (Labor Bay) inclusive, the committee In charge announced. Elaborate plans nre bo- ing formulated and there will be a pageant and parade. It was said that some of the general anniversary actitvitlcs will get under way In June. Him Snaps, Kills Driver. BUCYBUS, Ohio, Mar, 11.--Alfred Rittcr, 21, a truck driver, was killed late yesterday when a high compression rim snapped and struck his head while changing a truck tire. He was knocked 20 feet and died in a hospital a -half hour later of a skull fracture. with an Electric Roaster EASY lo do--a* «jy u frying meats on tho platform of oa electric t«nge! Clean, too--so iraoVo or spattering! 11 your family Ufces Juicy, tender, tasty, broiled ttoaks--broil with Aa cloctxic roaster. You'll servo (bora mow olioa--it's «o blllo ·trouble tHii way Just lift the lid 4fld there's the grid) One womao *ay»: "Even if my electee toaster could do nothing else, I would be utufuxl with the broiling service it gives mo." But an electric router *!» cooks complete meals for as many u ten persons, twici, stem- does everything an electric range ever can do' SEE THE 1938 MODELS! f BAKE PIES CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN YOU CAN BUY THEMI ELECTRIC RANGE Cuts Costs in Many Ways THE modern electric rang* not only bakes pics cheaper than you can buy thorn--and beans, too--but the accu- _ rate heat control assures you uniformly delicious products, baking after baking. Even the cheaper meats are cooked to a delicious turn! And more thaa half the cooking is done with the heat on "Low"--ot vrith "stored heat" after the electricity is turned off! There are many other economies a new 1938 electric range can make possible lor you. It will save you money oa cleaning--and on cleansers. Foods won't cook last to utensils. Walls and curtains won't become smudged--(here is no smoke or soot whatever. Best ol all, the larger part of your cooking _can ba dono automatically--with cooking failures a ' thing of the past! jfSAVI MONK WITH A1938 ntMMC RAHCST1 U...NQW DBPIAVED AT DEA1ERS' STORES j] REDDY KILOWATT 'Tour Willing Servant" Cheap Electricity! Wesl Ponn's electric rates aro among tho lowest in tho United States. Take advantage el this-- ceofc Iho money-savin? electric way. !t costs onlf about S2.CO a month--many iamilies do it for even lew 1 TOMATOES RICE Ho. 1 Can ·TA-VDARO RlitJK HOftR DESSERT KREMEL "' BEAMS - g c M I C H I G A N HAVT CRISCO : 49c U. .Can 21c ORANGE JUICED CI.OTJ5R 1TAKM CATSUP » DALK 3 Small C.D. 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Cookies 29c SOAP SPECIALS Oxydol «*£« 20c Oxydol 2*S|;.19c Ivory Flakes ^J* c 23c Ivory Flakes 2^TM,J;19c Ivory Soap 2 C «^; lie Ivory Soap ££; lOc Camay Soap 4 u.« 25c . MARCH 11. 103M

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