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   Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 22, 1935, Connellsville, Pennsylvania                               MONDAY, APRTt, 22, Scottdale People Turn Out in Force For Easter Services By International News SCOTTDALE, April the community were crowded for: the Services yesterday. The weather was Meal. Sunrien prayer services were held, the UnilEKl Brethren holding its own service ;it o'clock. The young people (i" the Methodist all'! Baptist1 churches united with the Church of: Christ young people and a service was held at the church home at. Chestnut street and Loucks avenue, i The Luther League of St. Paul's 'Lutheran Church on Sunday evening presented at the church a three-act; play entitled "The Alabaster The events of Good Friday and Kaster -iere dramatized in a most impressive way. Taking part in the play Pauline Haines as Martha: Silas Murray as Bartimaeiw: John Echanl as Judas; James; Brieker ;is John Mark: David Walt-' hour as 1-azarus: Margaret Fenton as Mary, an 1 Charles Ulery as Simon. Mrs. Frank Kenney was soloist the Birst Baptist Church in the! morning. Last evening the choir rendered a cantata entitled "The Prince ot Lite." Walter B. C'amlin had charge of the cantuta presented at the United Church yesterday morn-: ing at Io o'clock. .Miss Irene McCrory was accom-j panist for the Easter cantata. "Crown: Him." th it was presented at Y. M. C. i A. services held by the Church of' Christ lai-t evening. Harry baugh- rey. Jr.. directed the cantata. Funeral of J'eter Requiem high mass was held at St. John's Greek Catholic Church at Nnvth Scottdate- Saturday mommy for Peter 51 years old, who died suddenly Thursday morning. Burial 1 followed in the church cemetery. Krllef School Resumes. i The relief school of East Hunting- (own-hip, following a vacation i Friday, will resume its classes at the: high schoi'l at Aiverton this evening. RrmnvMl io Hospital. j Thomas Crals has been taken to! Frick Memorial Hospital at Mount Pleasant for treatment. Srliools to Resume. School will be resumed in the pttb-! -lie schools of Scottdale and East' Huntingdon township tomorrow fol-1 lowing" the Easter vacation. Posthumous Child Dies. A posthumous daughter born to Mrs. John Snowden of this place at: Fricfc Memorial Hospital at Mount1 Pleasant Saturday died soon after- j ward. Interment followed, on Sunday in Pennsvi'le Independent Cemetery. Baseball Scores .NATIONAL LK.Uil'K Ypslerilny's JtesnHs. i St. Louis 6: ritlsbiirs i. I Bronklyn S; Boston I. S: I. .tx.Xeiv York I: I. -u.Mi.UT: tTOTrj.xm.LT, rx, FSCfflJ "THREE. i: xxlO innings. state Stiinidnp (lie f'liiU IV. Brooklyn Cincinnati _________ Si. Louis Piilatlelphia B-nston ____ Chicago Pittsburg__ New York _- 1'ri. .677 .667 .500 fume Tmlnr. Xeu- York at Philadelphia. Others not scheduled. A.VKRIC.V.V LEAOIIK Yesterility's N'ew York 4: Philadelphia 3: Cleveland '2. .xxChicaco 6; r.t. Lucis S. rain. innings. xxIO innir.cF. Standing ni the Chilis. Boston___ Cleveland, Chicago __ Xew York Washington Detroit St. Louis Philadelphia I'd. .SIIO .667 .COO .500 .500 .400 .MO Oumes Cleveland a.t Detroit. Chicago at St. Louis. Boston at Washington. Others not scheduled. In Sports World Penn State's track captain, George Harvey, conducts the only fly cabling and tying class known to Pennsyl- vania's fishermen. Harvey's class, which meets weekly, includes mem- of the faculty as well as stu- dems. The fishermen have learned hon to manufacture all types of fliee under the expert tutelage of the star Nittany milers who is one of the most skilled anglers in central Pennsyl- van ia. ATTEMPTED THEFT NETS MAN PEN TERM Bill McEwan. or South Hadlcy, wno scored more goals than any college (soccer player in the East last fall, has taken up lacrosse this spring. Towards the end oi Fenn State's opening contest with Leiiigh, Coaih Xick Thiel sent McEwan into the same. The latter, evidently think- ing he was on the soccer field, ran out and reported to the referee wits- out a lacrosse stick, headgear or glovia. He quickly recovered his composure, however, and a minute after he was fully equipped, scored toe Jlnal goal of the game. Special to Courier. SOMKRSKT. April rod, 35. of South Fork, who admitted in court he tried to make away with a safe, must serve a ttree to six yea: term in Western Peni- tentiary. Penrcnl made the mistake of steal- ing an und.-rtaker's automobile. The latter recognized hfe machine, gave chase in his hearse and overtook Penrod, turning him over to authori- iron IRO.V BRJDGB. April and Mrs. Earle MilHvarfl of Brownsville and Mrs. Edward lamb of Mount Pleasant were here Sunday with Mrs. Lamb's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Faith. Rev. and. .Mrs. William Gratton. of Hopwood guests Thursday of their son and dairghter-in-law, Mr. Mrs. Arthur Grafton. Mrs. Kehecca Phillippi and eon, Kay Orval. weve callers Sunday with her friends. Rev. and Mrs. M. M. Snyder of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn J. "Weaver at Greensburg Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Michaels. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Leasure of Scottdale. J'r. and Mrs. Gilmore Wolff of New Kensington were here Sunday with Mrs. Leasure'3 niece, Mrs. William Olinser. Mr. and "Mrs. William Vance and daughter, of Allquippa spent the week-end here with Mr. Vance's parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Vance. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ritfenour ot Connellsvllle. William Harbaugh and mother of Pennsville and Mrs. Sam- uel Lynn of liuffsdale "were over Sun- day guests o: Mr., and Mrs. Harry Faith and Adams. Mrs. Sanford Freed of Murphy Sid- ing was here Sunday with her friends, Mrs. Irene Gadd and Mrs. Seders. Mrs. Mary Gorman attended the meeting of th-i Loyal Women's Bible Class of the Church of Christ at the home of Mr. .ind Mre. Wilbur Baker of Scottdale Thursday evening. A cottage prayer-meeting" will be Jiptd Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.'Rexroad of Scott- dale. Dorothy Pri'ts and Lois .Miller -were among the guests on Tuesday evening at a bunny party given at tae home of Miss Mae I Mrs. Barney Dreyfuss, widow of the owner of the Pittsburg Pirates, told an interviewer that she'd be willing to sell the team "for a price" but neglected to say what that was. j It will take a nice pile of greenbacks to take, that franchise out of the- j Dreyi'uss family. And when it comes 1 to "business shrewdness, the wldo-w I has some of the canuiness of her late husband. j j I Th-ire'll be plenty of activity in I simon-pure fistic circles here next j month, according to Johnny Ross, j I who announced that he's going back j to matchmaking. It seems that I i Johnny was just a little short on po-' litical strings (and, too, he's a Re- i puhli'-an) when he sought appoint- ment as deputy boxing commission- I er. Pitiher Klinger worked' in both, 1 ends of a twin bill Sunday, beating] j Louisville. 5-5, and 6-2, for Columbus j in the. American Association, turning in tho first Iron man stunt of tho season. In all he toiled 11 frames, allowing IS hits which he kept well scattered. Confluence CO.VPLUBXCE, April J. M. Watts of Ellerelie, Md.. is visiting! j her daughter, Mrs. H. S. Emericlci for a few weeks. i Mary Louise Lininger of Connells- J ville ii spending the Easter holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shipley. I James Bowers, a student of Call- j fornia State Teachers College, visitcA his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.' Bowers, over the week-end. G. A. Frantz. Jr., and William j Davis, students at Gettysburg Academy at Gettysburg are visiting their1 parents, Mr. and Mre. G. A. Frantz and Mrs. Wilma Davis for the Easter vacation. Georee Brown, a student at West Vlrgini.i University at Morgantown, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Brown. Paul Meyers, a student at Temple University. Philadelphia, is visiting his parents, Dr. aJid Mrs. H. P. Meyers. Mrs. H. R. Swan is confined to her home In Cxlen street by illness. Miss Myrtle Hopwood, a student at California State Teachers College, is visiting nor parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Hopwood. Clei eland Cn-Ed Queen. class, of which Dorothy Pntts is Fire Starts From BWs NORWALK, Ohio, April bird's nest indirectly cansed a fire here. Sparks from a chimney fell into the tinder-like nest, at the home of Dr. W. E. Gill. Flames spread to the roof, causin? 5100 damage. Miles Without Accident. CLEVKLAXD. April Bittner lias driven miles in 16 years for a bakery company here' without an accident. Looting for Bargain If so, read the advertising columns o? The Daily Courier. Fimls Old Penny in Pardon. PLCSHIXG, Ohio, April penny dated 1T9S was du? up Ralph L.ichi here as he hoed his j garden. j Uc> our classified advertisements. Here they are folks! Some of the or ams for this last week of our.. An uniisiiiilly erencron.s sprvinir iif linrirains Mill mufco (his liisf week of our 4-1 lit Anniversary Sale I he Miriresl. of Ilicjn nil! Only live Hays before this frreiit. event ends Sal- iinlay niirhl, Ajjril i'fli! ('heck up on your home needs ninv and fill diem ivliile yon profit by (lie seiisnliomiily lotv prices in effect on our entire stnvk, In innke our :14th Anni- versary Sale Uie outstanding Ijargiiiii event (if the season! 32-Pc Set Dishes Anniversary Special The lowest price WP have offered Homer Lauglilin china, fam- ous the world ovi-r for its style and qual- ity. Fine End Table Anniversary Specinl. 95c Better hurry and snap up this outstanding bargain in a sturdy end table. The Anni- versary sale eufls soon. Big Lounge Chair Web seat and web back. Filling of moss only in the highest prade of up- Jioisli'i'Oil nirniture. A real value. A Stylish New Dress for the Dining Room at Anniversary Savings! 8 Pieces Imagine a nicely designed suite like this, in genuine walnut veneer, including 60-inch 60-inch ex- tension table, host chair and 5 side for this extremely- low price! It's only one of many An- niversary dining suites "buys" we are showing. China is slightly additional. 45-in. 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