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January 7, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILMJ, PA'. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7. IMS). Personal Mention Mrs. L. Dale Johnson of Race street attended the monthly meeting of the Knyctte County Medical Auxi- liury. held Thursday night at the White Swan Hotel, Uniontown. Start the new year right with a complete set of new ledgers, d»y books and cash books. Loose leaf supplies and Shaw-Walker filing equipment. Everything for the office at Kcstnwr's Book Store, .125 W. Apple St.--Advertisement--Ojan-18t John B. Cunco of Highland avenue, n patient at the Conncllsvillc State Hospital for the past month for observation and treatment, returned to hlw home Wednesday afternoon. One cent .cookie sale. .Buy 1 dozen for 20c,.get another dozen lor 1 cent. Rose's Dairy Store.--Advertisement. --6Jari-2t. . . Dorothy Gorrio, 13 years old..of Hcpubllc. voice pupil of Mrs. Kathryn Adrian ot Unionlown, has returned from New York where she was given an audition by Eddie Cantor. She was accompanied by Mrs. ' Adrian, who received a letter · from Cantor announcing that he will place ,the young singer on his program Some time ago Mrs. Adrian had records of "Dorothy's singing made and forwardcd them to · Cantor at Hollywood. He later wrote that he was impressed by the girl's singing nnd would like for her to come to New York sometime for an audition. i She was summoned to that city last · 1 Coffee Coke free with every 25c purchase of baked goods. Rose's Dairy Store.--Advertisement.--4!-2t. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coldsmith of Mount Pleasant visited their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Joseph McKenna, ot East Fairvicvi avenue Friday. Privala. instruction in violin technique, Franco-Belgian School. Apply Everett Thomas, pupil of'Paul 1 Sladck, Pittsburgh. Will teach at the homo if desired. Phone Connellsville 1945^-Advertiscment.--Gjan-2t J. Donald Porter, Jr., son ol Mr and Mrs. J. Donald Porter of Wills road, returned to Princeton University at Princeton, 'N. J., Thursday evening, after spending the holidays at his home. Buy your coat here now at your own price. Princess Shop.--Adver- tisement.--7jan-lt. Miss Alice Murphy, who has been 111 at Wlndbcr, where she spent th Christmas vacation, will return Sunday and resume her duties as a faculty member, at the Connellsville High School. Chicken and waffle dinner at the Crawford Tea Room tonight.--Ad- vertisement.--7jan-H. Samuel Cummings of Acme was a Connellsville business caller Friday afternoon. Chicken and waffle dinner at the Crawford Tea Room tonight.--Ad- vertisement.--7jan-lt. Fred S. Buttermorc of East Con nellsville, who underwent a mirio operation at Connellsville State Hos pital has returned to his home. Alvin J. Blair ol Perryopolis is patient at the Uniontown Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mason and th former's mother, Mrs. Anna ' Mason of Edenborn were Connellsville visitors Friday. _ By PAW, MALLOW, Mr. Roosevelt's Treasury calimat- 's apparently itrc not wugoring their cputations that he will make this mi 0-blll!oi) dollar country nt any price :vcl anytime soon. Their budget estimates ot coming cvonuc revealed a puzzling lack of nthusljism for the President's optl- iism,- which was rather 'more pu» ing in view of the fact that the udgct contained the -very spending rogram which Mv. Roosevelt wants. The official budget estimate is that ncomc und corporation lax receipts --based entirely on National income f course--will be off 20.4 per cent his fiscal year and 27.4 per cent next car. Mrs. Lydia A. .Baker , Dies at Youngwood Mrs. Lydia A. Baker, 73 years old widow of Wesley K. Baker, died a 4:40 o'clock Friday afternoon at hci home in West Depot street. Young wood. Mrs. Baker was a charte member of the Youngwood Mcthodis Episcopal Church. She is survived by the iollowin children: Mrs. Ida Thomas, M: Ella Robertson, Paul and Harry \V Baker, all of Youngwood, on Charles Baker, Youngstown, Ohio These step-children also survive: Mis, Sara Baker, at home, and Edwar Baker, Richard Baker and Mrs. J. IV Bley, all of Youngwood. The body is at the home of daughter, Mrs. Ella Robertson. Th funeral will be held at 2:30 o'cloc Monday afternoon at the Youngwoo Methodist Episcopal Church wit , Bcv. J. H. MacRill officiating. In · terment will be made in the Young wood Cemetery. Communion Service. Communion service will be ob served at the First Presbyteriar Church Sunday. Rev. Karl H. . . Schocnborn, the pastor, will preach at the 11 o'clock service on "Wha Is the Fundamental Principle Necc snry in Church Life?" and at 7:3 o'clock in the evening his subjet will be "The Other ' Man's View point" Continued from Page Four, cgulatipn of business will fall. What makes this sound more pc- uliar Is the fact that the estimators xpcct other direct taxes from busi- icss to imp'rovc this year. They cx- cct the people to drink more liquor eginning July 1 because their Jiquor ax return is up seven per cent over ho 1038 fiscal year: smoke more igarcts because their tobacco rc- cipts arc estimated up 7.44 per cent; uy more stocks and piny more cards 'Ccausc their stamp tax estimate is up 26.6 per cent; buy 20 per cent more aulos: buy 10 per'cent more gasoline: use three per cent more Icclrlcity. In, fact they expect nn average of ibout six per cent better business in 938 over 1938 as revealed in their manufacturers excise tax receipt estimates. Basketball Scores Johnstown 27, Connellsville 20. South Fayctte 36; Robinson 3-!. Clairton 32; Brentwood 23. Turtle Crdek 30; Wilkinsburg 20. E. McKccsport .38; Elizabeth 20. Waynesburg 30; Canonsburg 28. 'Moricssen 40; Brownsville H. Scottdalc 42; Jcannettc 35. . Trinity 30; Carmichucls 28. Grcensburg 30; Norwin 20. Ligonicr 30; "K,' Huntingdon 16. Redstone 45; Bcntlcyvlllc 28. Lcetsdale 21; Sewlckley 19. Derry Boro 25; Youngwood 22. Hurst 24; Mount Pleasant 23. Dunbar 62; Belle Vcrnon 13. Indiana 37; Kiltanning 27. Rostravcr 31; S. Huntingdon 15. Monongahcla 27;' California 24. Washington Twp. 21; Bell Twp. 6. Point Marlon 47; North Union 26. Uniontown 36; Charleroi 27. Perry 34; Fayette City 30. Georges 55; Immaculate 19. South Union 31; Maplctown 22. Promised Nazi Aid Dr. Rufus M. Jones, of Hnvcrfortt Co!l»ge, Havcrford, Pa., studies map of Central European countries where committee, of which ho is a member, hopes to set up transient camps for German Jewish refugees. The committee met in Philadelphia after return from Germany, "full of enthusiaBm" over the cooperation they said Nazis had promised. TODAY ONLY «TJ3r TYLER'S T,UCK" jtfafliife Only. 'S. 0. S. COAST RIL\K1' Two Bijr Serials and Color Cnrtoou Xews Coinitii,- Xoxl "Momlny, Tuesday "ami "\VIii-silny ' HEALER BY DAY!... KILLER BY NIGHT! CLAIRE TREVOR-HUMPHREY BOGART-ALLEN JENKINS POKALD CRISP · GALE PACE · An ANATOLE UTVAK Production A rir»t NatlonJl Picture P R E S E N T E D BY W A R N E R B R O S . SCO i!'S SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT E BMitP-ooM -- -TO HOMES -rrlAWERE A.-1'AHKoFHo-fWA-fER. YWE.EXED ABOUT * -TrlE. CrtV ON v«E.R-E-A WAWEP , « E SILVER. SWORP POUMP OKLY p)_fSe.E. m AMD 1$ IM-frlE.CRATE HM.EAKA1A, HAWAII -"WE ^OPr\E.R.-fORfbl5E. OF- FLORIDA A. VE.RV 0-frtE.R AM OPOSSUM / A RA.BVT, DIAMOKD-ACK 9)1. Kid fifJitt Sjni-un PROM OKE. DE.K THE GRIM REAPER MRS. ADELINE R. MITTS Mrs. Adeline Kichter Mitts, 68 years old, of Connellsville died Thursday night at the HospiUil after a I'our months' illness of complications. She was a daughter of the late Hiram and Lavina Cable Rlchtor. Besides her husband, David Mitts, she is survived by the following children: Mrs. Harry Cook, Brownsville; George, Uniontown; Hiram, Dunbar; David and Lloyd, both of Connellsville, nnd Lcroy, at home. Thirteen grandchildren and three sisters. Mrs. Mary Bobbins of Con- nclUvllle, Mrs. Annabellc Lillcy of New York and Mrs. Amelia Stillwagon, Chicago, also survive. The body was removed by Funeral Director J. T. Burhans of Dunbar to the home of Lloyd Mitts, 318 Og- dcn street, where the funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday SIRS. MYRTLE M. JEFVERS Mrs. Myrtle May Jclters, 68 years old,' died Friday evening at her home at the Furnace, near Dunbnr, from complications. Besides her husband, Theodore Jeffcrs, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Jessie Fcevcr, Mclrosc; two sons, Berlin, at home, ·md Orvillc, of Furnace; also one brother, John Shoop, Monongahcla, nine grandchildren and lour great- grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon nt the hjme. Rev. Raymond Hitchcock will officiate. Burial will be in Franklin Cemetery. afternoon. Burial Grove Cemetery. will be in Jill ·H7LLIAM' B. STRAIT SOMERSET, Jan, 7--William Bennett Strait, 27, of Cairnbrook dropped dead- late Wednesday night while chatting with his wife. Death was due to a heart attack. Working as usual Wednesday at the Loyalhanna Coal and Coke Company mine at Calmbrook, Mr. Strait had returned home when he was stricken. Surviving arc his wife, Mrs. Jessie McKlnncy Strait, and two children, Bennett and Irene, both at home. He also leaves these brothers and sisters: James of Central City, Charles of Concmaugh, Blair of Necdmorc, Fulton county, Foster of Bedford county, Vcrnon of McConnellflburg, Silas of Fulton county, Mrs. Llbby Sipe of Andovcr and Mrs. Isa Naugle of Tiffon, Ohio. ADLER FUNERAL The funeral service for Charles J. Adlcr, who died from a heart attack Friday afternoon at the Connellsville Slate Hospital, will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the family home at Uniontown. Rev. Homer C. Rcnton, pastor of the Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church of Uniontown, will officiate. Burial will be in Sylvan Heights Cemetery Mr. Adlcr was a member of Blyth Lodge F. A. M. of Uniontown. EDWARD NISMEWSKI SCOTTDALE, Jan. 7 Edward Nisnicwsfci, 20 years old, the son of Mr. and Mrs. St-mlcy Nisniewski, died Thursday morning at his home in 404 Brown street, Evcrson, from a heart atack. Besides his parents he is survived by one brother. Henry and one sister, Wanda, both at home. The funeral mnss will be celebrated at 9 o'clock Monday morning at St. Joseph's Church, Everson with burial in the church cemetery. JOH.V If. HART John H. Hart, 70 years old, former resident of Conncllsvillc and a brother-in-law of Mrs. William Handford o Aetna street, died Friday night at his home at McKccsport. He was employed by the Pittsburgh I.akc Erie Railroad. While residing In Connellsville hc^was an employe of the Batlimorc A Ohio Railroad. He Is survived by his wife, Edith Moreland Hart, one son, C. L., at home and two brothers in Pittsburgh. ELLEX D. STURGEON Miss Ellen D. Sturgeon, well- known woman of Uniintown, died Friday afternoon at her home after an extended illness. She was a daughter ot the late Dr. William H. and Emily Dawson Sturgeon. A brother. Dr.. John D. Sturgeon, and a sister. Miss Kalhcrinc B. Sturgeon, survive. BERGMAN FUNERAL The funeral for Carl J. Bergman will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home at .Vanderbilt, HOW SHOWING MIDNITE SHOW SUNDAY JANUARYS, 12:01 A.M. orr? XKXT ,\I:TRACTION "VALLEY OF THE GIANTS' Abandoned by Ma Jfary Ann Carlson, of Brooldiiw, Mass., 5, is .too young to realize the tragedy ttiat hft come into her life. New York police nay her mother, Mrs. Lillian Bowles, registered at a hotel with the child and then disappeared. Gift for Library. MEADV1LLE, Jan. 1.--Prcsidcn William P. Tolley of Allegheny Co' !cge announced today that a $10,00 gift made by Mrs. Arthur W. Thomp son, Philadelphia, will be used establish a "treasure room" in th college's Rcis Library. with Dr. W. H. Iletrick, pastor o Trinity Lutheran Church of Councils villc, ofllciating. Burial will be mad n Dickerson Bun Union Cemetery. aise Chickens! Naw, Play Harp, Says ldiot r "Heaven" Bound Continued from Page One. curing the sulphuric acid into it, and c had to be; uhstrappftd nnd token ut of the chair while another crock as brought In. But it didn't .matter. He was llnd-foldcd and Father Albert con- nucd reciting, "Hall, Mary," to ·hlch the young mnn responded appily. ,Hc had learned the rc- ponse painfully over weeks. Final- all was ready again, he was put ack in the chair, Warden Best attcd his hand, saying "Goodbye, oe," and the door was closed on Im. While 5D witnesses w a t c h e d hrough windows, cyanide pellets ·ere dropped into the acid and the esultfint gas rose around the help- ess man in the chair and chocked ut his life. Thus Colorado disposed of the moral problem of Joe Arrldy, a 22- car-old idiot who escaped from an nstitution for the feeble-minded and aped nnd killed Dorothy Drain, 15. *Iany persons had petitioned Gover- ior Teller Ammons that the state houldn't execute him because he iidn't even have the mentality to omprehcnd the nature of death, \mmons ^decided differently yestcr- !ay afternoon and the Supreme Court refused to consider its previous tund that, though mentally deficient ic could comprehend the difference between right and wrong. Warden Best and Father Albert prepared him as best they could mentally and spiritually, for death Best told him he was going to Heaven nd that it was a wonderful place an. Arridy thought he was going on ourne'y. something like a railroa ourney, to another terrestrial abode Father Albert explained the nature of God, and of His heavenly home a: such matters arc explained to child' ren of seven, Arridy's mental ago. For Christmas, the Warden gavi him an electric train, and, yesterda; iftcrnoon as a "going-away present,' the warden let him take the track: out of his cell and string them along .he corridor which he had been want. :ng to do since he got it. He also le Gorman Wharton, another of th condemned, out ot his cell to pla; with him. They played until suppc: time, when Arrldy was given ' ici cream for the third time of the day (that was one of his last requests, ;md uftcr supper he played with his train until it,was time to go. It WHS explained to Arridy that in Heaven ho \fould be too busy with his harp to Way with his train and other toys find that, therefore', he didn't need (to take them with him. So he left word that Agnes was to get his train and Warden Best was 0 get his next prettiest possession-1 piece ot tin which he had polished until it was as bright as a mirror. To Repeat Son;. Lena Cupiraggi, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Cupiraggi, 500 West Crawford avenue, winner of the first prize last Sunday in an amateur con- cst held at Lucky Star Inn, will repeat her number at 1:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon over Station WMBS. She will sing "I Got A Date With A Dream." Next Thursday night at the White Swan Hotel Miss Cupiraggi will sing at a banquet feting Senator Anthony Cavalcantc. High Quality DRY CLEANING At Prices · That Save TltOUSKRS SCAUPS G 1,0 VES .... ...... NKCKTIES 34« ____ :Mc 20c -.....» for 25c Small SWEATERS . _____ 3»c OttEJi'S .S0If.CS- ....... ...... ___ 50c Pt.VI' DRESSES ____ TM50c FREE CALL AND DELIVERY SERVICE . Phone 1065; SIMONS 'Cas/i Carry CLEANERS .105 South Pittsburg- Street. 921 West Crawford Avenue. 1 take pleasure in announcing the achievement of a life-long ambition --the opening of my hew funeral, establishment. Please consider this your invitation to come in anytime. Chas. A. McCromick Funeral Service 85-J 306 So. Pittsburgh Street. --Phone-- 85-3C THE NEW TODAY « MONDAY * TUESDAY No. 1 Feature Feature No. 2 Screen ploy by EODIC MORAK and JACK JKVNC From an original story by ED SULUVAM Produced by. MILTOS H. BIIKN Comedy'* Sews · Shorts,

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