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January 3, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE FIVE. NEWS OF DAY ATSGOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE Jan. 3.--The annual week of prayer services opened Sunday cx-ening in St. Paul's Lutheran Church with Rev. M. M. Allbcck. pastor.' presiding. He 'read the liturgy. Rev. J. E. Lut'/., pastor of Hie Methodist Episcopal Church read the lesson, and Rev. J. W. Witherspoon, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, preached. His subject was "Christ Our Redeemer." Monday night's service was held at the United Brethren Church with Rev. Norman W. Shollenberger, pastor of Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church, preaching. Church SHchtly Damaged. Fire slightly damaged the Evangelical Church Saturday morning. It was started by sparks from the chimney igniting the ledge above a window. The new fire fighting equipment recently purchased by the fire department was again used, reducing the loss to a minimum. Mlnistcrium (o JIccl. The regular meeting of the Scolt- dalc Ministcrium is scheduled for Monday. January 9, at the Y. M. C, A. Hold Card Party. The lola Rebeknh Lodge held card party and bingo at Odd Fellows Hall Monday evening. Girls' Choir Sings. The girls' choir furnished special music at the Sunday morning sen-- ice of the First Baptist Church. Rev R. B. Deer of Philadelphia preached the sermon. Two G'rls Born. A daughter was born to Mr. anc Mrs. Ralph Schroyer of this place at 6:4D o'clock Sunday morning in Frick ' Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant ami at 11:15 o'clock a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Snyder of Alverion at the same hospital Missionary Returns. Miss Helen Skiles, who has been the guest of her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Skiles of Jennings avenue and Spruce street left Sunday for Pittsburgh 'and wil 1 sail next Monday from San Francisco for Japan, where she is nn Episcopalian missionary. This is Miss Skiles' third furlough home since she has been serving in Japan. Condition Improves. The condition of Joseph Panel o: North Scottdalc, who has been scr- . iously ill at Frick Memorial Hospital , Mount Pleasant, showed a slight improvement Monday. Mr. Panel is well kown railroad engineer. Underdoes Operation. Joseph Loucks, son «f Mr. and Mrs Cecil Loucks of South Broadway, uii derwent an emergeicy operation Sunday evening at Frick Memoria Hospital, Mount Plcastat. . . Personal; Rev. and Mrs. N. N. Heibert, who have been visiting with their son S. L. Heibert of Wat Pitteburg street, left Thursday foi Washington D, C., where they wil visit with another son. : '·if Prayer Meetings F*r East End U. B. Planned The following schedule -f prayer meetings will be observedthis week by the East End United; Brethrc .Church, in preparation forthc evan gelistic meetings which vill begin next Sunday evening: Tuesday, Mrs. Rhomsburj's home Wednesday, at the church; jhursdaj George Kern's home; Friday Ome Grey's home; Saturday, MB. Mar. Leasure's home. All meetings will begin at 7:3 o'clock. . Gels Trucker Certificate HARRISBURG, Jan. 3.--Th. Pub li. Utility Commission has isued certificate of public convenirace one Fayette county trucker, J. \\ Bunting, Dunbar, property. AoAH MJMSKUU. -30 DEAR. NOAH-IF /V\Y CHOKED AND SVAV-U-ED. SHOUL.B I CAU- A DOCTOR OK. A ANE.CHANIC T //AS. PH-fuOS. aHA ^. OA. DEAR. NOAH-WHEN A MAN NEEDS SUASSES, IS HE SEE SICK. ? ' OJRTT BOQKtl,ri.o. DEAR. rOAH- IF I WHISTL-E HOT TUNES, WI1_I_ -THE.T SCOTCH /V\Y MUSTACHE V*.ft ButtKCTT W. fc-t I. 1OUM. NOTION NOW -- Finds Anemia Cure Dr. George, Richards Minot, .director of tne Thorndiko Memorial Laboratory, Boston, was awarded a Nobel prize for his contribution to discovery of a pernicious ancmin cure. Easily administered hypodermic injections at ono or two- week intervals now permit anemia sufferers to lead normal lives, whereas the disease formerly meant almost certain death. News of Day (Mrs. Mary Stannts Smith of Hardy Hill has been nnmca ounbar correspondent for The Courier Her telephone num- cr is 2861. Persons with items nnd icwstips arc requested to call Mrs. Smith.) DUNBAR. Jan. 3.--Revival services vill be held every night this week ·n the Methodist Protestant Church. There will be no board meetings of any kind at the church on account ot the revivals. Flat Glass Workers "Elect. The Flat Glass Workers elected officers at the monthly meeting Friday evening. Those elected are: President, Oliver Daughcrty; vice- jrcsident, Anthony Gilmore; chair- nan, William Farr; financial secre- ;ary, William Jacobs; recording secretary, William Grass; industrial relations committee, John Dunaway, William Herron and E. L. Gibbons; trustees, M. B. Nelis, Albert Schwcn- ning and Irvin Bryner; inner guard, Thomas Murphy. Devotions Changed. Novcna devotions to Our Lady of Perpetual Help, usually held every Tuesday evening at St. Aloysius Church, has been changed to Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Auxiliary Meets Tonight. The Ladies' Auxiliary to. the American Legion will hold a meeting tonight at the home of Mrs. H. B. Ainsley with Mrs. John Williams as co-hostess.Mcetins: Scheduled Friday. The Sunshine Circle of the M. .P. Church will meet at 4:30 Friday alt- crnoon ot the church. Other Items of Interest. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Martin and Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Hamilton of New Cumberland, W. Va., arc guests of Rev. and Mrs. W, H. Hamilton. Lawrence Harvey was a visitor in Pittsburgh Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clements nnd Mrs. George Adams, Samuel Baker, Edward Martin and Nell Handlin were Sunday visitors at the home of Rev. and Mrs. O. W. Bolton at Wayncsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Watson were Uniontown callers Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rny Welsh have moved from the Bell apartments to Cumberland, Md. James Corrado is ill at his home with quinsy. Mrs. J. T. Burhans motored to Baltimore, Md., recently. City Stores Show 9.9 Drop In November Retail sales of 12 reporting independent stores in Connellsville showed a decline of 9.9 per cent m sales for November, 1938, cs compared with the same month last yea*but a gain of 12.1 per cent over October · of this year, according to climates realcascd by the United States Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce in Washington. Uniontown showed the Im-gCbt increase among Pennsylvania cities over November, 1937, with a gnin of 30 per cent yet it was a drop of 13.4 per cent from the October, 1938, to'nl. Other changes ranged down io t!ie loss of a bout 43 per cent, reported by Warren. The State as a wholo showed a decline of six per cent from the 1937 November total but .1 of per cent gain when compared with the preceding month. Connellsville's reporting stores $90,000 sales for November, 1938, which compared" with S100.600 for November, 1937, arid $80,800 for October, 1B38. Uniontown had 16 participating stores with sales of $285,800 for November, 1938,-which compares with $259,800 for November,. 1937; and $330,100 for October, 1938. . The retail sales for November of this year showed the following trends: Beaver Falls, down 5.3 per cent from November, 1937, and gain of 20 per cent, from October, 1938 Butler, down 5.6 per cent from November, 1937,'and gain'of 9.7 per cent from October, 1938; Grcensburg down 13.3 and 10 per cent;'Uniontown, gain of ID per cent and loss o 13.4 per cent; Warren, down 42.7 per cent and gain of 6.4 per cent, anc Washington, down 18.1 per cent anc gain ot 2.6 per cent. While garages and repair shop: showed a gnin of 5.1 per cent, family clothing reported the largest drop o 18.9 per cent, trailed by .household appliances with a decline of 17.9 pei cent. Estimates are based upon the confidential reports for 1,947 retailers ir Pennsylvania, reporting to the current statistical service of the bureau These merchants reported total sale ot $31,238,200 for the month ot No vembcr, 1938. None of the estimates has been adjusted cither for the num ber of working days in the variou months or for seasonal influences. While the State as a whole wa down 6.4 per cent from the 193 November, the 1938 November tota was .1 of a per cent ahead of 193; October. All city population groups showec declines from November, 1937, th smallest being the declines of abou three per cent reported by cities wit] Hitler, Goebbels to Break Over "Love Theft"? Mjf A rift between Chancellor Adolf Hitler ot Germany and-Propaganda Minister Paul Joseph Goebbels was reported following Tvorld-wido rumors (except in Germany) that Goebbels had been severely beaten as on "actress love thief." Tho beating allegedly was Riven by friends of Gustav Froelich, German film star and husband of Lida Baarova, Czech actress. Froelich was imprisoned last October after he had challenged Goebbels to a duel because of his rumored attentions to Baarota. Goebbels' wife was said to have Rime to Denmark to seek a divorce. Upper left, Froelich and Baarova. Upper right, Goebbels and Mrs. Goebbels. Below, Froelich'a first -wife, Gitta Alpar, whom Goebbels allegedly caused Froelich to divorce in 1934 bc- . . cause aho was Jewish, and their baby. V/hitseft Sportsmen Show Wildlife Films Whitsett Chapter of the Fayette County Fish and Game Association presented free wildlife motion pictures, followed by dancing, last Wednesday and Thursday nights,-attracting capacity crowds of 300 at each night's showing. Music for the social events was donated by a group of Whitsett musicians. David Forrest, Clifford Cunningham and George Husky, all members of the WPA recreation staff for Fay- cite county assisted. This little town hns a successful recreation and adult education program sponsored jointly by the Whitsett Community Council and the Pittsburgh Coal Company with leadership furnished by the Works Progress Administration. populations of 5,000 to 10,000 and 2,500 to 5,000. Sales in cities of 10,000 to 25,000 population with a loss of 12 per cent in sales volume recorded the greatest decline. Sales in areas with population under 2,500 reported four per cent decreases. Exiled ty Duce? Mmo. Slargheritn Sarfatti (above),, titian-haircd Jewess who was one of Bcm'to Mussolini's chief advisors, during his rise to tlio premiership of Italy, suddenly arrived in Paris after being stripped of all her official posts in Italy. Admitting sho; was unable to draw upon her ample funds, sho nevertheless denied sho . had been exiled OR a result of Italy's anti-Semitic campaign. Perryopolis Youth "Makes" Army Band Duane Baker of Perryopolis, a member ot the Perry Township Firemen's Band and the Johnny Vass Band, has been successful in tryouts for the United States Army Band and leaves this week to join the service outfit. He plays a trumpet. While a student in Perry Township High School, he was in. the school band and trumpet trio which won first place in the county events in 193V and in the State competition while taking second honors in the National event. The trio .also playec for President Roosevelt at the request of Congressman J. Biicll Snyder .Others in- the trio were .Leonard Hanam and Nolan Miller,-the lattei now playing orchestra. with Husk O'Hare's PWA Grant Rejected. HARRISBURG, Jan. 3.--PWA au- HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT, Special lo The Courier MkUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 3.-Samuel ConyaUc, 10 years old, who lives with his grandmother, Mrs. Antoinette Evon ot North Shupc street, suft'crcd lacerations and contusions of the body Monday afternoon at liis home. The boy attended a midnight show Sunday night and did -not return home until Monday, afternoon. .The grandmother was going to chastise him for staying away from home and he got under f..e bed. Tlien the bed fell on him. He was taken to Frick Memorial Hospital. Finger Amputated. James Reese, 76 years old, ot near Tarr, cut his index linger . with a hatchet so badly that it was neces- ary to amputate it at Frick Memorial Hospital - Saturday morning. Mr. Reese was chopping oft" the head of a chicken when the accident occurred. New Year Babies. Two children were born Sunday morning, January 1, at Frick Memorial Hospital, one a boy and one a girl. The girl was born at 1:15 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mortimore ot Grindstone and the boy was orn at 11:15 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Butler of Tarr. Dies of Pneumonia. John Korzcn, 76 years old, of Donegal died at 8:15 o'clock Saturday evening in Frick Memorial Hospital ot pneumonia. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Frances Korzcn, and the following children: Mrs. John Furin of Masontown, Mrs. Frank Forys of Mount Pleasant, Joseph, Mrs. Andrew Korzen all of Donegal, Mrs. John Popsoiv ot Bellcfonte, and Misses Virginia and Viola Korzen, both of New London, Conn. The funeral service was held at 9 o'clock this morning at-Transfiguration Church, in charge of Rev. A. Pniak. Interment was in the church cemetery. At G. O. P. Caucus. Dr. John R. Madden, Republican representative . from Westmoreland county, left Monday for Harrisburg to attend a caucus o£ the'Republican members Monday evening,- and the opening session of the Lcgislture today. Mrs. Madden accompanied Dr. Madden, to be present at the opening session. · · · Nc\v Year Dance. Mount Pleasant Lodge, B. P. O. Washington rejected county's application thoritics Westmoreland for a 45 per cent grant to construct a $1,014,800 bridge over the AUeghen River near Tarentum and Valley Camp. Elks, held a New Year Eve dance .at its room's in the bank building Saturday night. Sepcial decorations, features and favors, with a buffet lunch, were enjoyed'by those in attendance. · ' . Mekroff Beer Garden Has License Revoked HARRISBURG, Jan. 3.--The State liquor Control Board today announce revocations of 10 licenses and suspensions of 22 others. Included were: Revocations--Martin's Beer Garden, Mclcroft, Fayette county; Bank Tavern, Monessen. Steshoski Funeral Friday. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 3.--The tuneral service for John Leon Stes- hoski, 50, of Mount Pleasant, R. D. 2, near Alice, was held Friday afternoon at the Mount Joy Church o£ the Brethren. Interment was in the church cemetery. relieves COLDS, JPcvcr and Headaches. duo to colds Jtub-My-T^m-a Wonderful LliUmcnt - Liquid, Tablets, fcilvc, Noso Drops F O R Y O U R M O H E Y p R O B L E M S Do yod require cash tot WINTElNEEDS? Are your INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS .hard to meet? Do you have OLD BILLS which i% t be paid? Are you facing .some sudden MOIcy .EMERGENCY? Do you need moW for ANY OTisR PURPOSE? Our CASH\I.OAN PLAK»nw«» theM «^»~-!'' probl«m». Borrow u to $300 on yooc own signature »od secnntyj,,^,,;,, today! h UNION LOAN COMPANY Second Moor Phone 1-3-1-3 Mrst Bide. GREAT RIDING, CARL, BUT IT MUST BE PLENTY TOUGH ON THE NERVES SURE IS, BUT I BEAT NERVE TENSION BV EASING OFF WHEN I CAN-- I FIND CAMELS SOOTHING TO THE S NERVES MUST BE UNDER TERRIFIC TENSION control. Is ha strainPCarl says:"Onc hour around the ring puts more strain on the nerve's than a whole day of punchia* cows. My nerves would be plenty tease, jittery if I dida'c rest 'cm every chance I get. My way is to let up--light up a Camel. Camels arc mighty comforting." THE MAN ON THE "BRONC" is Arizona's Carl Dosscy, winner of two bareback championships in California and a high-point cowboy title at the big Utah show. Here is Carl at New York's Madison Square Garden in a thrilling stunt depending on spUt-sccond timing, perfect ocrvc LOOK TO THE DOG FOR A VALUABLE HINT ON NERVE STRAIN THE ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL (above) is speedy, agilc.Hc has a highly developed nervous-system; In fact, it's remarkably similar to our own... complex, sensitive. But, unlike so many humans, this dog doesn't ABUSE his nerves. Nor does any dog. When a dog feels tired, he rests INSTINCTIVELY! We humans often let our -will-power ·whip us on, deaf to the warning that nerves arc getting frayed. Vet how much more pleasant, profitable life can be when nerves are rested now and then. Try it...break the tension...LET UP--LIGHT Ijp A CAMEL! You'll welcome Camel's mildness--rich, ripe flavor. Smokers find Camel's costlier tobaccos soothing to the nerves. YOU CflN TELL by Carl Dosscy's big smile that while he's 'resting his nerves --letting.up and lighting up a Camel--he's also enjoying the mildness and rich flavor of a supremely enjoyable cigarette--finer,-MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS! Carl says: "Camels lead with^cow-punchcrs." STORE MANAGER (/·//)W. A. Knox's life is different from Dos- scy's.butthc're'splcpty of nerve strain in it. "I'm on the jump all day,"hc says,"but it's my rule to break nerve tcnsionbytakingshort recesses--letting up and lighting a Camel." EDDIE CANTOR--America's £r?4t comic personality. Each Monday cvcnins on the Columbia Network. 7:30 pm E.S.T., 9:JO praC.S.T,,8:SO pen M.S.T., 7:30 pm P.S.T. DENNY GOODMAN-Kingof Swing, and the world's greatest swing ban J--each Tuesday evening--Columbia Network. 9:30 pm E.S.T., 8:50 pm C.S.T., 7:30 pm M.S.T., 6:30 pro P.S.T. RECORD-HOLDING w o m a n ' parachute jumper, Marie McMillin (right), knows the nerve strain of stepping into thin air--4 milts up! She says: -"I - protcctmyncrvcsfrom - tensioabygivingthcm frequent rests--I let up--light up aCamcI." Smoke 6 packs of Camels and find out why they are the LARGEST-SELUNG CIGARETTE IN AMERICA ' · · J

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