Connellsville Daily Courier, November 20, 1948

Connellsville Daily Courier

November 20, 1948

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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - November 20, 1948, Connellsville, Pennsylvania LAST EDITION Daft FOUR CENTS VOL. 47, NO. 10. a: 11 int. CONNELLSVILLE, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 194S. TEN PAGES. COMMUNITY FUND CAMPAIGN ENDS; IN GIFTS Finis will be written to the 1048 financial appeal of the Connclls- vllle Community Fund Associa- tion this evening. Dr. J. Harold Dull, campaign chairman, said this morning that today's request to everyone for an initial, or additional, gift to the fund would be the last effort to boost the total subscribed. "A lot of hard work has been put into the campaign and I can- not fully express my appreciation to those who have stayed with the iob to the end." said Chairman "Dull. "However, I believe the fact that we have now attained has justified the continued effort. Tonight docs end our part In the campaign, but 1C, late- on. someone decides a subscription to the Fund is worthwhile. It will bo gladly accepted." The goal this year was That is the same figure as was soueht a year ago. It was nearly SO.OOQ under-subscribed last year and the participating agencies of the Fund had to operate on cur- tailed budgets. This year, with the Public Health Nursing Service added to the Fund's operating costs, no In- crease in the budget was asked. It yet remains about under- subscribed. However, it Is "up" about over last year. "All of which com- mented President VanDykc W. Humbert, Jr.. "that wo are in about the same position we found ourselves at the end of the 1047 campaign. The additional money subscribed this year will all be necessary for the nursing service and the budgets ot the other agencies will be just as tightly bound as ever. We had hoped to be able to loosen them afte- this campaign but unless n miracle happens and free-will gifts to the Fund office add a couple thousand dollars, this cannot bo." Mrs. Shrallow New Hospital Auxiliary Head Mrs. Louis Shrallow was elected president of-the Women's Auxili- ary to Connellsville State Hospi- tal Wednesday afternoon nt tho Hospital with the president, Mrs. Joseph H. Strawn, in charge. Other officers elected -were.' Vice-Prcsident, Mrs. Paul Miller; recording secretary, Mrs. Fred H. Harrison; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Walter T. Smith, and treas- urer, Mrs. Fred S. Opperman. Vice-Presidents from local cnurches and outlying_ districts follow: Trinity Episcopal, Mrs. J. P. Burnworth. Trinity Lutheran, Mrs. T. C. Pitzer. First Evangelical United Breth- ren. Mrs. William M. Fox. Bnai Bnth Israel, Mrs. M. Zacks Mrs. F. Sternberg. Trinity Reformed, Miss Marga- ret Shupc. Immaculate Conception, Mrs. Continued on Page Eight Holy Name Rally Here Sunday Night, Rev. Lachner Coining Plans have been completed for tnf Holy Name Society rally whith will be held Sunday uvc- in the social hall of Immacu- late Conception Church under sponsorship of the society ot the I. C. congregation. Rev. Paul A. Lachner, diocesan diiector ot Holy Name Society, will be the princi- pal speaker. All male members of the par- are invited to attend. Re- freshments will be served. The rally will begin after the rejjular- 'y scheduled Sunday evening de- motions. Deer Attacks Auto. A deer is reported to have at- tacked the auto ot George Silver, Jr., of Uniontown near Fort Ne- 'essity, causing damage of Tne buck, attracted by the head- lights, tuined and ran toward the