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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 16, 1938
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1935 THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE THREE. FATHER-SON DINNER AT SCOTTDALE Cribbage Partners Selected for Friday Evening's FJIay. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Special to The Courier SCOTTDALE, Mar. 16--The Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church sponsored a Father and Son banquet at the church Tuesday evening. The following program was presented Address of welcome, William Pritts, president of the Young Men's Class, response, Rev. N W. Shollenberger, president of the Men's Bible Class, violin solo, John Merritt talk, "Trend of the Times," Rev Charles Faust, pastor of the Ruffsdale church, trumpet solo, Edward HiRgms, toast to the dads, Paul Fretts, Jr, piano solo, Carl Johnson The program was interspersed with group singing Oribbage Partners. Cribbage partners h a v e been drawn for the fifth and sixth rounds in a tournament being held each Fri- daj evening Thej are Table No. 1, Earl Sturtz and C H. Clme vs A. Commore and Eirl Gilchnst, Table No 2, Ed Palmer and George Det- wilcr vs George Ferguson and M B Rockrick. Two games to clear the tables for finals will be held March 25 Visitors are \\elcome There is no collection Son Born to Petersons A son was born to Mr and Mrs Herbert Pcteison of Scottdale, R D 1, at Fnck Memorial Hospital in Mdunt Pleasant Tuesdaj night. Legion Auxiliary Sleets The Hamilton-Maloy Post Auxiliary held its monthly meeting at the post room? in Everson Monday evening At the close of the meeting a surprise birthday party was held by the members for Miss Elsie Hill secretary. Each presented her with a handkerchief. Lunch was served by Mrs Madeline Myers, Mrs. Ada Nawrocki and Mrs Anastasia Bcdnerowicz Two Everson dancing dolls, Evelyn Bednerowicz and Dolly Jackamonis, gave a program of dancing «nd singing Imcsturc Service An investure service will be held Wednesday, March 30, at the State Armory lor the senior and junior members of Troop No 1, Girl Scouts Sixty-eight girls will take part Tenderfeet will receive their pin and girls who have qualified will re ceivc badges All girls are asked to bring their mothers. Miss Marjonc Beadlmg will have charge and will be assisted by patrol leaders and lieutenants Dorothy nnd Ruby Cramer 'vill be made lieutenants at this meeting and will be presented with pm . Juvenile Program March 23. Wednesday, March 23, has been chosen for the next regular program of the Juvenile Music Club. It will be presented at the Y. M C A Many Real Estate Deals Recorded UNIONTOWN, Mar. 16 --Decdb filed with Seconder Pat F. Hncs include 1 Wallace Miller and wife to A Lawrence Mosei, South Union tov.n- ship, lot No 1 and part ot lot No 2, J. V. Williams plan, South Union township, for 31,600 Ella Mae Ekvell and others to John E Matway and uife, Pcrryopolis, lots 1 and 2 in Mclntyre addition, Periyopohs, lor $800. Ortha P Thomas and wife and others to J J Nicola, Maikleysburg, one and one-half acres in Markleysburg for $1. Marthi McKmght to Frank T McKmght, Grindstone, R D 1, over 74 acres in Dunbar townbhip for SI George M Stncklor to Harry C Stnckler, Oonncllsvillc R D 1, 20 acres in Dunbnr township, for Si Commissioners of Fayetto county to Joseph G Clemmer and wife, Sprmghill township, less than an acre in Spimghill township, $4650 R H. Sherwood to Joseph G. Clemmer and witc, Sprmghill township, less than an acre in Sprmghill township for $1 Irvin Shipley and v,ife and others to Florcntz Todd Buihans, Dunbar, two pieces of giound, one containing two acics and 31 perches and the other 80 peichcs, North Union township, for SI Ray E Flesher and wife and others to James Wablc, ConnellssiHc lot 1074 in Kev, Hivon addition, Dunbar township, for SI 485 H C Frick Coke Company to John Smanni and wife, Bullskm township, over three acres in Bullskm township for $600 Hugh H Shdllcnbcrgcr to Lewis Madden, Vandcrbilt, lots 48, 49 nnd 50 m Taylor addition, Dunbar township, for S50 Joseph Kardos and olheis to A Ehzibeth White, Connollsvillo. lot 18 in Darbv-Connoi lontown, Third ward addition, for $1 Un- John M Diy to Peter Merchan, Guyaux, Pa , lot 288 in Nil md addition Sprmghill township, for SI H. C Frick Coke Company to Leon J Gaw lik and wife, Mount Braddock, less than an acre in North Union township, for SI Albert Enany Buys Frisbee Building; To Change Entrance The brick structure, known as the Frisbee building on the southern side of West Crawford avenue, formerly occupied by the West Penn offices, has been purchased by Albert Enany from Receiver George H, Smith ol the Citizens National Bank for $10,000, it was revelled Monday night at a meeting of City Council. The three-story building occupies the great part of the lot, 34x165 feet. Unpaid taxes on the property amount to approximately $13,000 The building had been assessed at 330,000 and the new owner asked for a reduced assessment so that the delinquent taxes may be liquidated. Mr. Enany said he proposes to make extensive improvements to the property, stating that $1,800 would be expended in rebuilding the front entrance whereby the steps would be eliminated Autoriobilo Sales Company is planning extensive improvements in the garage building at the corner of South Fifth street and West Crawford avenue The property had been sold for $5,000 to the new owners Spokesmen for the firm indicated $5,000 would be expended in improvements. Detectives Catch "Spirits " NEWARK, N. J, Mar. 16--SIN. detectives were on hand when Mrs Bessie Keyes, a medium, summoned the "spirits' m a darkened room Lieutenant John Sweeney suddenly shone a flashlight in the face of a "spirit," supposedly the manifestation of Sweeney's dead mother. The "spirit," its lace robes swirling behind, took to its heels, but was caught by Lieutenant Edward A SIcGrath, who said it was Mrs Kcyes WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Without Cafomel-Aod You'll Jump Out «f Bed ta Ibe Morninc Rario' to Go The livtr »hould pour out two pounds of liquid bilff into yo-ir bowel* daily If this fall* ( . It juit dfcjoi In the bowcli CM b!o*U up your utotnaeh You fret «oj»tlp»t«l Your whole iyitctn ti poUortM and you fed wsvir, ·unk and the world looks punk A men bowel movement dotsn't ptt at the MUM. It t*Jce* those KOCK!, old Carter's Little Liver Pill* to crt these two pound* of bU« flowing- freely and make you ferl **up «od up lUrmleu, Ken tic yet wn«- mar in making bile flow freely A»k for Carter · Little XJv*r PiJU by nusat S6e. Stubbornly rcTusc tayUUs cln* Motorists Must Not Park Cars All Night On Improved Streets Automobiles must not be parked all night on improved streets of the city as they interfere with operations of the city sweeper that is pressed into service at daybreak Councilman Clarence A Port, superintendent of the Department of Streets and Public Improvements, informed Council Mondiy night that the sweeper has been repaired and put into service but pirked automobiles have been hampering efficiency as it requires too much time to swing around these machines Major Ira D Younkm said the car owners would be given a notice in the newspaper and if they continue to ignore the request to remove their machines from improved streets he would have Chief of Police Andrew W. Thomas assign an officer to work in conjunction with the street department and tag oil cars "We want to give these auto owners a chance to pirk their cars In alleyways, their private driveways or garages," the Mayor said "If they don't take them off the streets we'll be forced to tag them." HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT Mar 16 -Mi-: W E Smith of 133 East Smithfield street gi\c a suipuse buthday dmnci for her daughter, Erma, Sun- d.iy The coloi scheme followed closely along St Patrick s Day coloring as Miss Smith s birthday comes on the 17th of March Guests of the dny were clnssmates of Miss Smith, who attends Seton Hill College in Gicensburg They included Miss Roseimry Dean of Leetonn, Ohio, Miss Elizibeth Backmon of Elizibeth, J, J , Miss Sin Jane Seaflldi of Mingo Junction, Ohio, Miss Betty De Zmuri of Swissvale, Miss Mir- girct Leech of Wcirton W Va , and Miss Emma Jane Truxal of Greensburg Se\ ere Electrical Storm Mount Pleisant \v\s \ isited by on electrical storm, accompanied by a ticavy rain, Tuesday night An electric light pole with a street light attached w is blown oier m Spring sticct Persons living m the vicinity notified police, who in turn called the West Penn Power Company. Ropes were a'Inched, and the wires not haxing been rokcn, the pole was pulled up and rcpiired temporarily without the light being extinguished Trcscnt Lenten Program. A program in beeping with the Lenten ic ison w as presented at the United Brethren Church Tuesday evening under the direction of the Mount Pleasant Music Club. It follows Invocation, Rev. E G Sawyer, pibtor of the United Brethren Chuieh, choius 'Largo," and "Hymn to Night," tictomp mud by Mrs Leo Schumakci, organ solo, ' Andante Lenten" and ' Gethsemane " Mrs Leo Schumaker, Scripture, Rev. E G. Sawyer, trio, ' The Holy Hour," Mrs Gilbert P Clark, Mrb William H Robinson and Mrs Morris N. Pigman, accomp micd by Mrs Crosby Thompson orgin solo, "Ave Maria," Mrs William Goutct, vocal solo, "How Long Wilt Thou Forget Me," Mrs Gilbert P Clark, accompanied by Mrs, Crosby Thompson, organ solo, Mrs Harry Tattersill, quartet, "The Loid Is My Shepherd, 1 Miss Ruth Cordcr, Mrs Presley Hurst, Mrs Leo Schumaker and Mrs Carl D. L-Hitter, accompanied by Mrs William Goulet, oigan solo, "The War Match of the Priest," Kramer Thompson, \ocal solo, "O Divine Redeemer,' Mrs J. t r ink Kenney, choi us, ' The Lost Chord", benediction Rev. E G Sawyer. Mrs S imuel N Warden had charge of the program with Miss Ruth Corder as leader and Mrs Leo Schumaker, choral accompinist Hospital Patient Bryan Bobbs of Washington street h js been admitted to Frick Memorial Hospitil for treatment Mrs. Browns Funeral The funcnl mass for Mrs Bertha Brown of Bridgeport street will be celebrated -it 9 o clock Fridny morning at St. Joseph's Church in Mount Pleasant Interment will be m St. John's Cemetery in Scottdilc Mrs Brown died at 10 45 o'clock Monday night in Frick Memom: Hospital She was the widow ol Joseph Brown, v,ho died 14 years ago. She is survived by the" following children Joseph and Mrs Theresa Adams of Brooklyn, N. Y , Mrs Mary Leonard and Mrs. Nellie Shupe of Scottdale, Elizabeth, Kathcrme, Agnes and John at home. Gray Hair Turnlnc Black WELDON, 111, Mar 16--Harry Pearl's hair has been snow white since he was 17 ears old but now at 46 it's turning black The change began, he said, after his right hand was mutilated m an ice crushing machine last November. Auxiliary Head Rcsltrns. MEYERSDALF Mar. 16--Having injured an ankle in a fall, Mrs. Lawrence Hartle has resigned as president of Ladies' Auxiliary to the American Legion because she is unable to look after her duties Mrs D. Guy Floto, Mce-president, was named her successor. flow Life Was Saved By Plastic Surgery By IOOAN CLBNBENH,G, M. D. FOLLOWING our discussion of yesterday about plastic surgery, we havo many stories which illus- train tho «kll] ot the modem plastic nurgcon In m a k i n g over faces, he truly ov er per- a n d The following story illustrates these "At 25, Helen recluse hnd some bitter exp e r i e n c e s attempting to be Dr. Clemlenlng a part of society, d e s p i t e th« fact that she vvaa wealthy and listed in the social register Sho had what the Germans call a Tjird face', what the English call 1'serpents Jaw", what tho Americans coll a 'receding chin'--like tho lovable, spineless Caspar Milquetoast of the funny papers The jpart of Helen's face above the upper lip was normal When the jchin -was covered her features ucrc attractive, but in full view her lower lip appeared to be missing Two teeth projected from the Biouth and the chin did not seem ,to exist at all I "She had "-uttered so much in her wears at school that si e had not learned much She rcac a lot, but her mind was warped through tho suffering- caused by her i hin 'The crisis came wher she ovcr- hea-d a rclati\o suggest that she go into a side show ind make Borno pin money as a 'bird woman Perhaps she could team up with the 'bird man in Barnuin "nd Bailey's circus Becomes Desperate ' She became desperate There ft as tho river and there was a plastic surgeon's office She made decision If the surgeon could fix that chin, she would live If he could not, she would float out to a. "A plastic surgeon and a dental surgeon worked together on this case, performing a scries of operations Tho tiny, receding- chin was raised by transplanting cartilage into it and a sound normal chin v\as constructed Tho orthodontist straightened the teeth 'Two years were required to complete this task of construction but when the work was finished even on art critic would have said that a skillful sculptor couM not have modeled more beautifully in clay than had been done in bone ana sinew and fleali " Tho plastic surgeon, whoso work Is well described in Dr Maxwell Malta's book, 'New Faces--New Futures", where I gleaned the above story, fixes noies, mouths, wrinkles (' wrinkles, those damned democrats don t flatter') chins, baggy breasts, scars, mcnts and birthmarks Dr Clcndcmng vxill answer questions of Rercral Interest only, and then only through tils column eyes pcndulcnt sudden disfigure- QUESTIONS FROM READERS F. C "I am a young woman 18 years of age, my height is flve feet four Inches and I weigh only 95 pounds I am in an anemic condition Would you please tell me how much I should weigh and also what foods are best for an anemic condition'" Answer Your ideal weight ii 123 pounds The best foods for on anemic condition aro liver, eggs, spinach potatoes, meat and whole wheat bread Howev cr, it is much easier to get iron in the system in the form of medicine than it is by means of food EDITOR S ^TE Soren pamphlets by !r deadening can now be ob- tainerj by sending 10 cent 1 , in coin tor each and a self addressed envelope stumped with a three-cent stamp to Dr Ixican Clendenlnff In rare of this pnpr Tho pamphlets ·re · Threo Weeks Keductnc Dipt Indigestion and Constlpat on R^ ilucinf. nncl Gaining Infant Fecd- "J K ,,, '"irucUonn for tho Treatment of Dtabctcn . Jomlnlno Hjclenr and "Tho Caro of tht Hair and Skin t EIGHTEEN POUNDS AT BIRTH Mrv John lawler nnd 18-pound b iby A son born to Mr. and Mnt John Lawlcr of Detroit weighed 18 pounds four ounces at birth and measured 23 inches Lawlor is an unemployed Ford worker Mother and son aro shown Mrs Law- Icr says her two-year-old daughter weighed 14 pounds at birth. Wjnn Works Man Guilty. UNIONTOWN, Mar 16 --Fred Early, 28, of Wynn Worki, was convicted on a paternity charge"" before Judge W Russell Carr, despite his denial he was indiscreet with the daughter of the prosecutor, Frank Jones of Fairchance He said he was married to anothe woman last November FINES, NOT WARNINGS IS LATEST RULE Fines, not warnings, will be meted out to persons who dump cans, garbage and other refuse in any section of the city limifb Councilmin Abe I Daniels, superintendent of the Department of Public Safety, said today "We've appealed fiom time to time to the citucns to refrain from this prictico but it seems that the only wiy to commce them that this isn t the proper thing to do is to , andle them under provisions of the city ordinance,' the councilman said. "We do not intend to show any leniency in enforcing the ordinance " Councilman Damclb declared that the coming of warm weather makes the spread of disease more probable and it was his intention to have the promiscuous dumping of garbage stopped at once Former Slave in Count) Home UNIONTOWN, Mor 16--Unables any longer to look atfer his own interests John Ciaig, 93-year-old Negio of Dunbar, has been removed to the Fayette County Home The aged man, born in slaveiy, has been a resident o£ Dunbar for two score years and was a familiar llgure there Craig for years, had been a janitor at a Dunbar bank and since then had been j-esidinc alone on Brown's row, near Dunbar. Austria's Birth Rate Up. SYDNEY, Mar. 16--Australia's birth rate during the last complete fiscal year was 17 13 per thousand, the highest since 1931 A total of 58,709 marriages advanced the marriage rate to 8 8 per thousand, compared with 596 In 1931. ELKS NOMINATE OFFICERS; WILL ELECT MARCH 28 Ofliceis \veio nominated Monday n i g h t by Connellsvillc Lodge, Benevolent Protective Order of Ellcs The election will be held Monday n'ght March 28 The nominees follow: Exalted rulei, Abe I Daniels and Charles A Crowley Leading knight, Charles A Crowley Loyal knight, Lester E Swallop. Lectui tng kmght, J Cecil Dixon Secretary, James H Strawn and C Herbert Ellis Treasurer, Thomas V Doncgan. Tiler, William E DeBolt. Delegates to national convention in Atlantic City second ueck of July, exalted ruler to b3 elected. Alternate to convention, Dom E. Isolo Trustee tor three years,, Ben H. Campbell EVERY SUNDAY $1.35 Pittsburgh Round Trip $1.10 McKccsport and Braddock. Lv. Connellsvillc S.OO A. M. or 10 10 A. 31. Return Sunday Night Consult Ticket Agent for Details. Don't take chances witk cheap furniture of unknown make KROEHLER--world's largest manufacturer of upholstered furniture-guarantees the f i l l i n g material to be new and sanitary. 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