The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1939 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 6, 1939
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PAOK SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVIL-L-E, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1930. PERSONAL MENT!O|M Mrs George S. Evans, who spent the past month as the guest of hei son-in-law nnd daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs J. B Kerns, of Ncvvmyer avenue, went to Meyersdale to visit sister, Mrs Cjrus Baer. Chiiken and wattle dinner at the Crawford Tea Room, Friday and Saturday cv enmgs --Advertisement --5jan-2t There is no improvement in the condition of Martin King who has been ill for some time pabt at his home at South Connellsvillc Crawford Tea Room will serve a special chic en and wafle dinner, Friday and Saturday evenings--Advertisement --53*in-2t Mrs George Dull nnd son, Dr George E , of West Faj ette street motored to McKeesport Thursday afternoon and \isitcd the former's Mr and Mrs B S Hall, Mrs, William Carson, Allen anti Yva Carson of Peiryopohs. visited'Mr and Mis Hugh Duff and son, Ralph of Scottdale Wednesday Pure silk crepe hose, special 29c Princess Shop -- Advertisement.-- 6jan-lt Weldon R Heumgton son of Mr and Mrs. Jesse Hernngton of Broad Foid left Monday for Washington, D C, where he is employed, after having spent the Christmas holidays at his home One cent cookie silo Buy 1 do/en for 20c, get another dozen for 1 cent Roses Daily Store--Advertisement --6jan-2t Miss Martha Horky of East Cedar avenue is spending the week-end with her parents, Mi and Mrs SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT granddaughter, Miss Ann McKee, o f ' Joseph Horky, of Pittsburgh West Newton, a patient at the McKeesport Hospitil ~" Special dinner at the Crawford Tea Room, Friday and Saturday evenings --Adv ertisement --5jan-2t Mr. and Mrs Homer Cunningham of East Washington avenue returned home Monday evening from New York City where they spent the holidays with their son-m-liw and daughter, Mr and Mrs W D Cunningham Card party, St Alosms Hall, Durbar, Wednesday evening, Janu- · ary llth, 830 Bridge, "500' and other games Valuible prizes Admission 35c--Advertisement--jan- · 3-6-10 Miss Sylvia Pearl Jack Eicher of this 1 Coffee Cake free with every 25c purchase of baked goods Rose's Dairy Store--Advertisement--G-2t. Mrs. Stephen Bible of Scottdale was a Connellsville shopper Thursday Assortment of Martha Washington Candies just received Belvidcre Candy Shoppe--Advertisement -- 6jin-lt Miss Doris Paikcr of Dun bar will return Saturday to Hood College Frederick, M d , after ha\ mg spent the Yulctide holidiys with her parents, Mr and Mrs Warnc Parker Private instruction in violin technique, Franco-Belgian School Apply oFA.5Rl:U--fUR.E. -frlE. WHOJ-E. FAC.E. OF-TfiE_ WORLD, Birf-rms NI^ERIAJ KMlVE. Y/HH VM? PfUMVfWE Hot, 15 NOQREA-n.V A.DVAMCEP ·frlE PREHISTORIC. By HAND IN SEE. - IX . RULES.) N ATONAL PARK wyoMiu^ , -fms S U M M E R , 56-1OUR.1S-TS WERE. rlUR.1* Schmidle and I Everett Thomis city and Miss _ Mary Jane Cntchfleld of Ursma,-vvho spent the holidajs at their respective homes, have resumed their studies at Pcnn State College They motored to the college with Miss Schmtdle's fathei, J G Schmidic, of-Snjder street _: Start the new year right with a complete set of new ledgers, day books and cash books Loose leaf supplies and Shaw-Walker filing equipment. Everything for the office at Kestncr's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St -- Advertisement -- 6jan-18t Miss Sylvia Donnadio, a student nurse at Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, has returned there after having visited her parents, Mr and Mrs M Donnadio of North West Side Eighth street, dek, Pittiburgh pupil of Paul Sla- ·Uill teach at the , home if desired Phone Connells\ ille 1945 -- Advertisement -- 6jar-2t Edward S Spotovich of North Seventh street is spending tnc weekend with his parents in Pittsburgh Cart, partj, P H C. Hall, Situr- 6iy night, 25c --Adv ertisement -- 6jan-H Mr and Mis Hugh L Duff and son, Ralph of Scottdale visited Mr and Mrs John Fra/ier of near Vanderbilt New Year Day Mrs Flora Stirpa, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary to Walter E Brown Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, attended the Hrst banquet of the Bunton Malck Post Veterans of Foreign Wars, held Wednesday night at the National Hotel, Mount Pleas-int KMOYW 1 c..L.r-ir t OR qoBl.m SHARK - Vf UVE.S ABOll-r A M11.E DE.E.P IK -friE OCEAN , AMD "f^E. . COAS"oT= JAPAN IN 1898 c~ IMI 1 o BE Policemen Disguised As Criminals Arrest Three Smugglers, Seize Opium By EARL B STEELE United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, Jan G--Policemen disguised as criminals nnd aided by Coast Guardsmen and customs agents, sprung a trap on a smuggling mob early today, captured three men and seized $150,000 worth of opium after a gun battle on the Brooklyn waterfront One policeman was wounded The opium was brought here on the S. S. Ma, from Italy, and was transferred in the harbor to a launch at midnight curing a ram storm The smugglers thougnt their own men were aboard the launch but it was manned by policemen in dis- guiie The climax came an hour later when the policemen took the cans of opium to the pier and kept the rendezvous with thl smugglers' shore gang there to receive it In setting the trap, the whole area had been surrounded with Federal and city agents in cutters, launches and automobiles. Fifteen authorities took part in the gun battle and more than 100 shots were fired The Ida meanwhile had proceeded to dock at Hoboken, N J , and it was reported that Federal agents had boarded her and taken off three more prisoners Wife Hopelessly 111, Husband Dieses _He Makes Funeral Plans THE GRIM REAPER To Visit Sister She Has Not Seen For Over 35 Years Mrs Samuel Spicola of 150 Kbrth Eighth street, accompanied her nephew and niece, Mr and Mrs Thomas Gincz, to Florida where she will visit a sister, Mrs Angelo Sodatto, whom she has not seen for more than 35 years since the two were parted in Italy. Teachers Meet Saturday UNIONTOWN, Jan 6 --Mrs Ellen Henderson, Chicago, 111, chairman of the elementary school speech committee of the National Association of Teachers of Speech,, will address teachers of Fayctte county at the Uniontown Senior High School Auditorium Saturday Joseph Gault Newmycr, 72 jears old, a former resident of Vanderbilt, Idicd suddenly Sunday evening at his some at Ash land, Ohio, where he lad been living for the past 52 years Mr Newmycr had met with his sister, Mrs Joseph Addis of Vanderbilt, whom he had not seen for 42 years, and his brother, Burt New- mycr, also of Vanderbilt to make funeral arrangements for the Ohio rmn's wife u hose death had been expected momentarily and it was during the discussion of the plans that Mr Newmyer was stricken fatally His wife, who has been blind for five years, h is been critically ill for some time Doctors having abandoned hope for her life, the husbnnd called in his brother and sister to make funeral plans when he was stricken Mi Newmer was born at Vanderbilt on April 1C, 18G!, a son of the la'.' Mr .ind Mrs George Newmycr.[ He left Vanderbilt and went to Nebraska and later located at Ashland He was a farmei Mr Newmyer is survived by his wife, Mrs Malissa Newmycr, three children, John, Paul and Mrs Mary Austin, all of Jeromcville, Ohio, one brother, Burt Newmycr, and one sister, Mrs Jennie Addis, uife of Joseph Addis, both of Vanderbilt There are also eight grandchildren Two brothers', Harv ey and Fowler P Nevvmyer, arc deceased The fi.neral service was held Wednesday afternoon at Jeromevillo Among those who attended the last rites were Mr -- 1 Mrs Burt Nevv- myer, Mr and Mrs Joseph Addis and Robert Lint of Vanderbilt, Bryan Newmyer of Connellsville, Ivan Hamcr of Frcdencktown and Harry Gieer of Pittsburgh CAUL I. n» ROMAN Carl J Bcrgm in, 32 ye irs old, died suddenly at 7 30 o clock this morning after i hcirt att itk it his home in Vmdeibilt where he had resided for the pist six jcars Mr Bergman was born at Mount Pic\sint Januao 17, 1006 and lived there until his marrnge in June 1029 For a while he lived at Holh- dajsburg before moving to Vanderbilt He vvis employed as T mechanic at thc Ovcrholt Gangc at Scottdale and was n mcmbLr of the Tnnity Lutheran Church of Mount Pleasant His was the second death in the familv circle in the past eight months, his mother hiv ing preceded him in death in Ma 1938 Surviving are his wife Mrs Olive Bergman, and small son, Cirl J Bergman, Jr. He also le-ncs his father, Fred Bergm in of Mount Pleasant and these brother, and sisters Fred Beigmm, J r , of Filbert, Edwird Bergman Einest Bcrgmin Mrs Annie Blaekburn Mrs Robert Morman Mrs Harry Porch and Miss Emma Bcrgm in, all of Mount Pleasant Funeral arrangements in ch u of Fune-il Director John H D Sibil, have not been completed Special Tabernacle Meetings Marked by Increased Interes MRS SARAH HOWARD MOUNT PLEASANT, J m 6 -is Sirah Howard 83 ycirs old, widow of Cyrus Howaid and a for- I mark thc ^P"' 3 ' rcl'K'ous services i mcr resident of Mount Pleasant died P r °K' c s.s Thursdiy mf,ht at tho home of her son-m-1 iw and diughter. Mr and Mrs Albert Dullmgcr of Smock The body was taVcn to the home of another daughter, Mrs ChirlCb Dick^on of W ishmgton street Mount Pleasant todiy There ire no other surv iv 01 s Incre iscd interest and attcndanc es i it the Christian and Mis Mon.u Alliatiec 1 ibermclc at 10 Porter ivcnue where meetings ar being hUd every night at 7 30 o Uoc under the leidership of Mrs Ma: Nelson and Mis Ada Nicholson o Alron, Ohio ' The public is in.itcd, Rev Wyll | E Smith, p istor, said Mulac's Condition Fair. Condition /andcibilt of Joseph merchant, H Mulac, w ho was vounded seriously by a self-inflicted 'Ullet Wcdncsdiy afternoon, was ic- iorted as "fiir" jt Connellsville State lospital todav Suffers Arm Injury. Marshall /Michael of "East Gibson avenue sufTi/rcd lacerations of the up- pei aim w/icn he foicc it through a window /while ropiii ; a truck Thursday (vcning He was treated .it the Hospitil 232 The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the Dickson homo Bun il will be in Mount Pleasant Ccmcteo 4 These women prtaehers arc very! cup iblc workirs and hnvc enjoyed remircable .success everywhere the h a v e conducted mce'tlngs," he s ud DAMI) MITTS Mrs Adeline Mills, 65 y e n s old wife of Divid Mitts of 318 Ogden Troop 5 Meets Tonluhl Bo Scout Troop No 5 will meet street, died at 9 45 o clock Thursd ly ' at 7 o clock tonight in regul ir session night at ConndliVillo State Hospit il I at the First Methodist Episcopil where she hid been taken only a Church A full attendance is desired, few hours before Itspeenllv tin officers of the troop The body wus removed to the fu- i Scoutm istcr R ilph F Sllgcr asks that ncral piriors of Jimcs T. Bu.-hani all note the change in the time of Dunbir DR WILLIAM A. TRADER Dr. William Arthur Trader of Qtnncy 111, former rcjide'n. of Un- lontovvn, died December 2J it fat. francis Hospital, 'Qulncy. He wis an ee, car, nose ind throat specialist and h id practiced his profession it Qumcy for 27 yeirs JACOB ISOULRh Jacob Lowcr-t, lifelong icsidcnt of Nicholson township, died Tuesday nig'it it his home at Woodsidc. Ohiopyle Faces School Shutdown Special to Tho Courier UNIONTOWN, Jan G--Facing n desperate fln incnl situ ttion, the .MRS. BfcULAH STUMP Ohiopvlc schools "can't list much Mrs Bculah Stump, 19 years old ' lo " K ° r '" thc °P mion o£ Clnrles w i f e of Goll.c Stump, of Fairchince' ^"h'rt. P'esident of thc Board of died Thursdny at the Uniontown Hospital wilh a tumor of the brain. Stork at Hospital There were two births this morning at Connellsville State Hospital A daughter arrived at 12 40 o'clock for Mr and Mrs Ernest Mossburg of Mount Braddock and at 4 10 o'clock a son -was born to Mr. and Mrs Paul Welling of Vanderbilt FEMININE COMMENTATOR AUTHORITY ON FUNERAL SERVIGE , There used to be a price problem when a funeral service was being arranged. Now, if the family calls the right funeial director, there is, and can be, no price pioblem at all \ MARY MORRIS Jlilton V JIunk makes a practice of marking each casket in plain figures which show the complete puce of the casket and all usual essentials of seivice The family makes its o\\n selection, knowing in advance ·what the price will be. The pi ice pioblem, in the Munk display room, bol\es itself Mrs. Morris Recommends MILTON V. MUNK FUNERAL SERVICE I'honc CoiiiuIIstillc, 7'22-J. MRS EMMA J. KISblNGhR After .in illness ot complications, Mrs Emma Jane Kissinger, 78 C i r s old, died Thursday it the home of M " M " kr MJtb. MARY GAYDOS Mr-, Mary Gaydos, 02 years old. of Gates died Thursday it the Uniontown Ho^pit il after a several weeks' illness Eoucation who ycitcrd ly visited tin ofllct of County Superintendent Harry W Brownficld v ith an SOS plea A letter was dispatched to the St ite Boird of Education with the .hope tliat a reply will be received ·' | by the first of the week Siv teachers ut Ohiopjle hnvc not been pild and expenses arc mounting, according to Mr. Lcnhart. Dismissil of 218 pupils Is certiin the meeting ./TEN M I L L I O N '/PEOPLE ASKED THIS FILM! That number have read Dr. A. J. Cronin's great novel... and now M-G-M has brought it thnllmgly to screen life I A year in preparation...with a cast of thousands . . . this drama of a doctor's secrais ... as told by a doctor... wields power to grip tho heart and set pulses leaping' R A L P H R I C H A R D S O N R E X H A R R I S O N E M L Y N W I L L I A M S A KING VIDOR Production Scto T «y by I»n Dttrympta. Fcink Wotd Flli.uwlh Hill Additional DUlegue Emlyn Wtllltmi 8«»d on th. novel "Th. Cit.d.l by A I Cicala. Produced by Victor Sivlllo A \\tW((/olc{iui/n fjayer PICTURE 8 STEPHEN- PATCHAN Stephen Patchan, 04 years old, died Thursday night at the family home at Continental No 3. if immedi iSc aid is not forthcoming from Harribburg Mi. Lcnhart said the schools may operate for another 10 dajb and then would come the end One of the MX teachers has not been fully paid for Inst year None hns received salaries for the present term, Mr. Lcnhart said Today Only Anne N A G E L --mid-- Robert K E N T in A jiiilillc defender -with his back to the wall ... against tlie -\iclous racketeers iiJio "muscle" in on a s citj! --COMING SATURJ) VY-- --STARTS TODAY- TWO Bic IXcIting Serials That Mill Ghe You Double Enjojnient Iherj Saturdaj o . i-- «rnr TYLER'S LUCK" showing iratince . 2_S. 0. S. COAST GUARD" Show ing All Dnj. THE NEW KK VI UKK \\ -· LAST TIMES TODAY ·- rUATORE SO. -2 THE STORM" 'LITTLE (JJinrlrs KivHfonl, Barton MncTjiinc, 1'rcs- ton 1'u-itcr, Tom Itroiui, Jinn tiroj, Andj Trunk Jen Its. With Ann Giliis Tomorrow · Monday · Tuesday Feature No. 1 P A T S Y A L A N MOWBRAY NANCY CARROU7S · Coined} «Se\\s ·Shorts Screen play by EODIF MOHAN and JACK JEV From an ongmaZ jlory by ED SULUVAV Produced by MILTON H BREN Feature No. 2 SATURDAY Matinee Only llth Episode "WILD BILL HICKOK"

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