The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 24, 1939 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 24, 1939
Page 9
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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, IS 39. THE DATLT COURIER, CONNEI/IiSVITJOE, PA. PAGE NINE. MT. PLEASANT LEGION POST HAS DINNER Anniversary of Founding Of Legion Marked By Program. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST C H. S. NEWS OF THE DAY Special to The Courier MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 24,--I The auxiliary to James E. Zundell Post, American Legion, entertained at a covered-dish dinner Thursday evening at the post rooms, with legion members as guests, in observance of the 20th anniversary. Covers were laid for 75, with a birthday cake baked by Mrs. Samuel Craig used as a centerpiece. Commander Joseph Bnercheck gave the invocation and cut the birthday cake, a piece of which was given to each of the guests. The committe in charge was Mrs. William Queer, Mrs. Edward Gridler, Mrs. Ray Gelsthorpe, Mrs. Joseph Briercheck, Mrs. Edward Bergman and Mrs. Anna Hoth. Firemen's School. The Hook and Ladder Company oJ the Mount Pleasant Fire Department last night held a school lor members to acquaint them with the uses of the new smoke masks that have been received. Students See Pictures. Students of Ramsay High School on Wednesday witnessed talking pictures shown with the new motion picture machine installed in the high school. The equipment was given by the Student Council and the Board of Education. Occupy Parsonage. Rev. George D. Wolfe, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran Church, and his family will move from the Clark Fox home, where they had temporary quarters, to the parsonage in Eagle street, where the George Proud Jam- Sly has been living. Jerry Yarmielfo Dies. The funeral service for Jerry Yanniello will be held at 9 o'clock Saturday morning at St. -Bernadlne's Church. Interment will be in the Si Joseph's Cemetery. Mr. Yanniello, 33 years old, died at 8:20 o'clock Wednesday evening in Frick Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient since March 4. He is survived by the following children: Michael, New York City; Joseph, Dommick and Mrs. Anna Hegall of Mount Pleasant. Parents, Teachers Meet. A parent-teacher meeting was held Thursday afternoon at the Tnird Ward school under the auspices of the Mount Pleasant Parent-Teacher Association, as a part of its March program. The registration' showed that 100 persons attended, with school being in session until 2 o'clock, when parents were free to visit with teachers and discuss problems concerning the students. A pleasing art exhibit in ths rooms' and halls attracted much attention. Special work on the desks of students was also a feature. Entertain Card Club. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Schindel entertained the card club of which ttey are members at their home in West Main street Thursday evening. Two tables of cards were brought into play. French Games Played. Wednesday at French Club the roll call was answered by students saying French words which began with their name initials. Categories using French words was enjoyed throughout the period with Vivian. Seese winning first prize and Robert Howard second. Miss Marguerite Davis is sponsor. Track Meet Saturday. An indoor track meet will be at Pittsburgh Saturday at which time J. A. Lerew will enter some of the boys who have been out regularly foi rehearsals. Initiating the first day of spring the boys stopped practicing in the third floor corridor and used the Coker stadium. Approximately 60 are out lor track now and more are expected. before Freshman Social Science classes taught by Miss Loretta Galiardi. World Events Studies. The Junior History Classes of W. L. Lewis are studying the influence of the United States of America in world events. matic Club. Frank Kane and Helen Russo met the negative team before members of the Senior and Sophomore Dramatic Club. Amplifier Played, The boys in homerooms of Miss Agnes Phillips, Miss Marguerite Davis, Marlin W. Hartman and Paul A. Keightly met together and were entertained by ricord-ngs played on the amplifier of Coal Wagner and Earl Rir.gler. title of the unit being studied by Miss Madelyn Sonafelt's geography classes. Ohms, Volts Score Wins. Davidson set the pace in the West Perm Duckpin League Thursday night rolling a single game high of 184 and a three game total of 31 as the Ohms took two of three games from the Watts and the Volts captured the odd game from the Lines. Trout Tackle? Our repairs and new tackle are in. Get ready! See these new Dupont leaders. Sure we are having a real fishing contest. \Ve can get your license. HARDWARE GO. Fishermen's Headquarters. Inspect Filter System. Paul A. Keightley's General Science classes inspected the filter system and the purification of water in the school swimming pool. Water purification is being studied by these classes. Girls* Assembly. The New York World's Fair was the topic on which Mr. Reno spoke at asembly Thursday. A movie on "Basketball Technique" was shown by Bob Younkin and Fred Shrallow alter which the Yale-Princeton teams appeared on the stage. Cheers were lead for both teams and the respect- tive captains, Helen Hooper, Yale, and Edith Tulley, Princeton, addressed the group. All the girls throughout the school are wearing blue bull dogs and orange tigers. The game, which is an annual affair, will be played at 7 o'clock this evening in the gymn. Former members ol the team and those interested are ir.vited to attend. Verb Bee. The radical changing verbs are being studied in Miss Dorothy Mathias' second year Spanish classes. A verb bee was held in class. Miss Kline's Classes. The zoology classes of Miss Irene Kline are working on a unit entitled "Reproduction in the Excretory System " See Mimeograph Working. The office practice classes ol Harold N. Diem saw the mimeograph machine in the first floor office working. Miss Florence McClintock explained its operations. Junior English Clisses. Miss Anna Klutey's Junior English classes are reading "Idylls of the King." Miss Elvada Marshall's classes are reading the "House of Seven Gables " Interesting projects are being planned. New Unit in Social Science. "Immigration" problems ol the immigrant and his contribution to American life is the title of the topic Bridffe Hands Played. The Bridge Club, sponsored by W. L. Lewis, has been spending the club period studying and playing hands. A tournament may be arranged. Members ol the club "know their br.dge," in lact, are able to take tests on the replies to bids, counts, etc. No Decision Debates. The debating team from the St. Vincent Prep School met in a no decision debate before the Dramatic Club of the school Wednesday at 3 05 o'clock. Norma Elpern and Patti Coughenour met the negative team before members of the Junior Dra- There's one "best way" (o add liquid to make a biscuit fiuSy. Do you know it? I LOOK IX THESE BAGS FOR NEW IMPBOVED BISCUIT METHOD--PIUS THE KIND OF FIOUR TH/lrS ESSENTIAL TO BISCUIT SUCCESS! In simple, foods -- breid. biscuiu, pjej, plmin cakes--the goodness comes from the fiour! It costs only Vic more per recipe to me Pillsburf'- Best Hour than to use the cheapest flour. PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR union Use Your Head This Spring--Buy A Famous Schoble Hats--in the new Spring versions for 1939. They're fashioned in smooth-fitting head sizes that mean smartness with complete comfort! They come in all shades of gray, green and brown, styles to appeal to all tastes, conservative or otherwise. MEWS DEPARTMENT CONTINENTAL STORE Rivers j Learned. "Rivers o£ the United States" is the Freshmen Study Percentage. Miss Prudence L. Walters' Freshman mathematics classes are working on percentages. Final Rehearsals. The final rehearsals for contestants participating in the mus.c contest at Perryopolis Saturday in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Forensic and Music League are being held. The final band rehearsal was held Thursday evening at the school. Many Reservations For Hood'Testimonial Special to Tfaa Courier. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 24.--A large number of reservations have been le- ceived for the testimonial dinner in honor of General Superintendent William C. Hood of the H. C. Frick Coke Company at 6 30 o'clock Tuesday evening In White Swan Hotel, Secretary Walter P. Schenck of the Chamber of Commerce announced. A good program has been arranged and I prominent industrial and business leaders of Fayette county and officials of the Frick Company, the parent concern, United States Steel Corporation and other subsidiaries wall attend. 666 Liquid-Tablets Drops Salve-Nos* S A L V E Believes COLDS Price lOc 2Bc March 24,1031 SAVE TOE MOST ON THE BEST ALE o ALES! 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