The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 5, 1939 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 5, 1939
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVItiLE. PA. PAGE THRKI3. Looking Backward FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1888 Detailed report ol the Connellsville coke trade for the week ending December 8 shows a total of 13,895 ovens in the region, ot which 12,539 are. in blast and 1,350 idle, with a total estimated production of 126,895 tons. Shipments for the week total 6,950 cars. The Dunbar Sand Stone Company of Pittsburgh is chartered with a capital of $100,000. The stockholders are Albert Scott, Greensburg; C. M. King, Jamcb Atwell and Caleb Jackson of Allegheny and Elmer White of Pittsburgh. The company operates a big plant on the Harper farm near Dunbar. Nineteen mules are cremated together with two horses nnd a large quantity o£ hay and feed is consumed as the slock stable of the McClure Coke Company at the Donnelly works burns, causing $5,000 damage. Captain T. M. Fee is at Indianapolis calling on General Harrison and "making himself solid." P. S. Newmycr has been assigned a position on Governor Beaver's staff at the exercises oC the coining inauguration of President-elect Harrison. Father J. A. Wcrtz, formerly assistant pastor of the Catholic Church of this place, who has been at Braddock for the past year, is transferred to the churches at Dawson and West Newton. Marriage licenses are issued in Uniontown as follows: William Grieve and Jnne Spcnce, both of Leisenring; Martin E. StoufTer of Scottdalc and Emma R. Stewart of Keifertown, Alvin D. Derner of Bedford county and Minnie O'Neil of Owensdale, Caspar Tarr of Dunbnr and Lucy Ruopp of South Huntingdon township. Westmoreland county. ' School is dismissed for the week to permit teachers to attend the county institute in Uniontown. na bjf i the boys back homa b}( early spring. Marriage licenses aje granted in Uniontown as follows: Springer Nedrow of Wharton township and Jennie Younkin of North Union township, William Speelman and Florence Skiles, both of Vanderbilt, and Herman Seligman and Henrietta Hyams, both of Uniontown. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1008 Detailed report of the Connellbvillc coke trade for the week ending December 5 shows a total of 37,850 ovens in the region, of which 20,357 are in blast and 17,4fl3 idle, with a otal estimated production of 235,211 ,ons. Shipments for the week total 8,427 cars. Jacob Morgan is elected commander of William F. Kurtz Post oC G. A. R. at the annual meeting. James Hixson, 51 years old, is killed by a fall of clay in a limestone quarry near Scottdale. William Goodburn, stable boss for .he H. C. Frick Coke Company at Trotter, dies suddenly, South Conncllsvillc is making plans for a volunteer fire department. Rev. John L. Proudfit, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at South Bethlehem, is called to the pastorate of the Connellsville church. JosepnMartin, 57 years old, janitor at the West Penn power house, dies on the West Side. - Council adopts an ordinance providing for the annexation of East Park. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1808 Detailed report of the 'Connellsville coke trade for the week ending December 3 shows a total of 18,463 ovens in the region, of which 14,880 ' are in blast and 3,583 idle, with a · total estimated production of 154,8GG tons. Shipments for the week total 8,923 cars. Burgess J. S. Bryner vetoes ordinances providing for franchises for the Youghiogheny Bridge Company and the Postal Telegraph Company. The burgess says he is opposed to 1 indiscriminate granting of franchise which encourage individuals to ' procure them for speculation. He favors'the "money consideration to " prevent misuse of said franchises. Connellsville is enveloped in blizzard, the" first real cold weather · of the season. % -Every town and district which has a company of-the Tenth Regiment is overjoyed.'at'the prospects of having The Seventy-Skth Congress Opens With a Prayer THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1918 Detailed report of the Connellsville coke trade for the week ending December 7 shows a total of 37,091 ovens in the region, of which 20,479 are in blast and 19,612 idle, with a total estimated production of 272,750 tons. Connellsville and immediate surrounding townships supplied 1,481 men for the United States service in the' war, outside the number that voluntarily enlisted, according to figures compiled by the district draft boards in connection with the dedication of the Honor Roll here. There are 29,637 pupils between" six and 16 years of age in the schools of Fayette county, according to the report of County Superintendent John S. Carroll. Dunbar township leads with 3,075 pupils and 82 teachers. This does not embrace Connellsville, Uniontown, Redstone and German townships which are independent school districts. In memory of the heroes of Connellsville who have gone out from here to fight for the freedom o£ humanity, an honor roll, containing the names of 883 men and women is dedicated. It is erected on the City Hall lawn. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy Hall, 24 years old, wife of Charles S. Hall, cashier of the Broadway National Bank at Scottdale, dies at her home Arthur avenue, Scottdale. Miss Bessie Cortney of Connellsville dies in a hospital in Washington, D. C., from influenza. Uniontown Mayor Overruled on New Police Schedule UNIONTOWN, Jan. 5.--Council by a 4-1 vote Tuesday night authorized sweeping changes in the regulation o£ the city police department by setting up a new system of a chief, in assistant chief, three desk sergeants and 15 patrolmen. The legislation was 'enacted over the opposition of Mayor William J. Crow and supplants a resolution adopted March 15, last, under which the current etup established. The Rev. James Shcra Montsomcry, chaplain of the House ot Represents-j year's work by ro-clcctini? William Bonkhcad as speaker. For first tivcs, opens the 7Gth Congress with a prayer. The legislators started their time in American history each Representative has his own microphone. . , fCentral Press) THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1928 Detailed report of the Connellsvillc coke trade for the week ending December 15, shows a total o£ 25,878 ovens in the region, of which 4,401 are in blast and 21,477 idle, with a total estimated production oC 60,000 tons. J. B. Henry, 50 years o!d, dies from_ pleurisy at his home in Sycamore street. G. Fred Rieman is appointed as a member of the board of trustees of the Connellsville State Hospital. Stale Game Protector R. G. Bryson of Chalk Hill estimates that 90 to 100 does were killed in the county. B. B, Smith, superintendent of Ccnncllsville schools, is appointed to the legislative committee of the Pennsylvania State Education Association. Normalvilie and other nearby places will have bus service it announced by the Public Service Commission. Attorney Fred D. Munson is selected as a member of the leRal aid committee of the American Legion in Pennsylvania. Forty-four countians ore attending Penn Slate College. Log Cabin Panel in Easy Stitchery (oiiscliolc! Arts by Alice Brooks Do II in Softly Colored Wools for . I.ov ply Kffeel The Log Cabin COt* n*L WOVMUXO MTV INC PATTERN 6290 Log Cabin, the true pioneer dwelling translated into stitchery, is lov'ely in its autumn coloring. Pattern 6290 contains a transfer pattern of a panel 15x19 inches, materials needed, illustrations of stitches, color chart and key. To obtain this pattern send ten cents in coin to The Daily Courier Household Arls Dcpt.. 259 W. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. WHY FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE IS GOOD FOR YOUR COLD "B It help* relieve the symptom* -reducing the discomfort of colds. It increases resistance to nnd other infections. cclds Mrs. Anna. Rogers Dies. Mrs. Anna Rogers, 78, wife o Gabriel Rogers, died Sunday night a her home at Gastonville, Washington county, of o heart condition. She leaves three children, including Mrs. Earl Crosby of Connellsville, 19 grandchildren .nnd seven great- grandchildren. O It aids in rebuilding stf cngth and ** vitality weakened by colds. A It supplies elements the body must have for growth, develop- .mcntnnd to maintain good health. Guardsmen Get Medals. SOMERSET, Jan. 5.--Seventeen of the 65 members ot Company C, 110th Regiment, Pennsylvania National Guard, who served in Johnsto%vn during the 1936 St. Patrick's Day Hood, were presented decorative bronze medals by the State. Others have since left the guard service. 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