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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COXTEUER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 0, 1039. PERSONAL MENTI ON!" Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Lunncn of Beech street spent the week-end with friends in Washington, D. C. Miss Valentine Carctti of South Arch street has returned fiom New York City, where she was visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Barconc. Start the new year right with a complete set of new ledgers, day books and books. ' Loose supplies and Shaw-Walker filing equipment. Everything for the office at Kestncr's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St.--Advertisement--6Jan-18t Miss Frances Hacked of New l^cn- singlon, former resident of this place, visited friends hcic Sunday. Fresh'daily--all kinds cookies, 15c dozen. Rose's Bakery.--Advertise-j meat.--9jan-3t. Mr. and Mrs. Willis A. Withcntc of Fairmont, W. Va., spent the : week-end with the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mri. C. W. Downs, and Mr. " Witheritc's parents, Mr. and Mrs. · W. L. Withciite. Miss Catherine i'loto of. Washington spent the week-end with her . parents, Mr. md Mrs. E. R. Floto, ol Race street. The Ladies' Aid of Dawson M. E. ' Church will hold a cafeteria supper, Wednesday, beginning at 5:30. Turkey and oysters will be served.--Ad- vertisement.--9jan-2t. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Irwin of Race street spent Saturday In Pitts- · bursh. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Lent and " daughter, Anne, returned Sunday to " Bonesville, Mo., after having visited '-- Judge and Mrs. Ross S.-Matthews in " South' "Pittsburg street over the^ ' week-end. Men's suits, or any plain dress, dry cleaned and pressed, 59c. Simons · Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- · menl.--9jan-4t. '- ':'· Mrs. J. W. Thornton of Pittsburgh spent the week-end with her pnr- ; cnts, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. DcMuth, of · Wills road. Fresh daily--all kinds cookies, 15c dozen. Hos.c'3 Bakery.--Advcrtisc- I' ment,--9jan-3t. " Mrs. Wilson Miller and son, Paul, and granddaughter, Audrey, of Fairmont, W. Va.. visited friends at Dunbar over the r/eck-cnd. They are former residents of this place. John Irwin has returned to his _· home in Dunbar after a few days' visit with relatives in New York . City. Lovely S5 dresses, plenty large sizes, now $1.79. Princess Shop.-, Advertisement.--9jan-lt. Mr. and Mrs. A. Gordon of South streets had as their guests Sunday a daughter. Miss Evelyn of New York City, and a son, Arthur, of Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. James Conniff of West Apple btrcct attended the funeral of John Delaney of Morgantown, · W. Va., Sunday. The Ladies' Auxiliary lo South " Connellsvillc Firemen will hold caid party tonight, 8:30 promptly, in Firemen's Rooms. Lunch. Admis- · sion, 25c.--Advertisement--9]an-lt. ] M'r. and Mrs. Paul Wandel and · daughter, Connie, and Mrs. Efllc · Dunston and son, Dale, Mrs. Rose Hartzell and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brooks motored to Aspinwall Sunday and visited George Jacobs who is a patient at the United States Veterans Hospital. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. George Miller of Pittsburgh. Miss Mary G. Burns of Uniontown and Miss Bess Hickle of Fairchancc will accompany L. J. Houze of Point 'Marion to his winter home in Orlando, Fla., for an indefinite period -They plan to motor to Miami to visi friends and relatives during their slay in Florida. New shipment Chinese checkers and shoe and skate outfits, at Kcst- ner's Book- Store, 125 W. Apple St.-- Advertisement.--9jan-4t. Miss Edna Prinkcy, who underwent an appendicitis operation .ConnelliVille State Hospital, returned :to her home in South Ninth street . Greenwood, Sunday. ' W. L. Wright, of the Wright Shoi 'Store,' North Pittsburg street, arrivcc home-Saturday from Chicago where he attended the annual convention o 'the National Manufacturers Shoe As sociation held at the Stephens Hotel He was accompanied by Mrs. Wright ' Miss Hazel Nicklow, who was ill o .grip for the past wcnk at her home a Fennsville, resumed her duties thi morning" as a clerk 'on the seconc Aunt M e t - By ROBERT GUILLEN "Joe went out last week and shot two hundred doves. Between huntin' seasons, I reckon he amuses himself by catchin' flics and pullin' off their wings." DEBORAH BIBLE CLASS MEETING ANNOUNCED The Deborah Bible Class of the r iret Presbyterian Church will mcel Tuesday afternoon at the home oi Mrs. J. D. Jackson, East Crawford avenue. A food sale among members vill be held. W. B. A. NEW OFFICERS WILL TAKE THEIR CHAIRS New officers will take their chairs ·at the regular meeting of the Woman's Benefit Association to be held n' 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night at Ode Fellows Hall. Society News Sewing Circle Entertained. The Thursday Afternoon Sewing Circle met at the home of Mrs. A. R Mansberger in Sast Crawford avenue Six members were present. Names of "thimble sisters" .%vere revealed and new ones drawn. Reelccted officers are: President, Mrs. William essel; secretary - treasurer, Mrs eorge Rowp. At the close of the meeting the hostess served a delicious lunch. Music was snjoyed The next meeting will be held Thursday, February 2, at the home of Mrs. Cosscl. Marriage Announced. Miss Mildred Ruth Stewart of Hoo- vcrsvjlle and Walter Koontz, son o Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Koontz of Eas Broadway, Hockwoodj were married at 9 o'clock Saturday-night, December 24, at the parsonage of the Jcn- nerstown Evangelical Church. Rev C, W. Haley per.fonncd.thc zing.cere mony. The, bridegroom ~ts ".employ ct by the Baltimore Si Ohio-Railroad Mr. and Mrs. Kdomz"-WillPreside -a Rockwood. Married at Cumberland. Announcement is made of, the mar riagc of Miss Dorothy M. Weaver daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C Weaver of the new Conncllsvilli road, and Chains E. Franlz, son o Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Frantr o Hopwood. The ceremony took plac May 7,1 1938, at Cumberland, Md Both were graduated from the Nortl Union High School. Edna Rulli Hostess. The Catherine Von Bora Class o Trinity Lutheran Church will hold its monthly meeting at-8 o'clock tonigh at the home of Edna Rulli, 410 Wes Apple street. With Mrs. E. R. McCoy. Mission Circle No. 3 of the Mcth odist Protestant Church will mce Wednesday afternoon at" the home o Mrs. E. R. McCoy in "Chestnut stree Will Meet Wednesday. Merchant Division No. 70, G. I. A lo the B. of L. E., will meet at o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Elk Hall. ' floor of Troutman's store. Sunday guests pf Mr. and Mrs. G A. Schobert of Mill Run were the: son-in-law and daughter, Mr. an Mrs. I. W. Tissue and three childre of Edna street, Mrs, A. C. Bailey an son, A. V., of Uniontoivn. Today, Tomorrow and Wednesday ssion tor knowledge drovt this nun to taste every thrill, no matter how know avery experlenct, no matter how eottlr? /DOXAID CRISP · GAU PAGE-JU ANATOIE UTVAK ft*. f*H«M to WASHES BROS. - « ntsr NATIONAL PICTURE SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK , UPPER. JAW By R. J. SCOn -rite. LEKyfH BOO/ HEArf Art" 6O MILES A.K IK YOUR. AOJ-foMoBliE. EMcjlME S ENOUGH 1*o KEEP A SMAA.U COMFOUTlXBLY WARM op MALAY LAYS AS MANY A/; MAGYAR. :oi-\_E.CE of DE.BR.E.CZEK OH ISSUH.S StoBen Cigars, Stocked By Young Men, Result In Arrests; Robbery Solved Belle Vernon Burgess · Dies of Long Illness Crossland Nelson, 37, burgcbs and utlcc of the peace at Belle Vernon, icd Saturday in Charlcrot-Moncsscn tospilal after a long illness caused iy a stomach disorder. After having served as a squire for c-vcn years, Mr. Nelson was te- clccted for a four-year term and at he same time was chosen burgess. He is survived by his wife, Mar- ;aict; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth \'elson; one brother, John, and three Isters, Mrs. Frank Gilmorc and Mrs. .T. J. Hill, all of Belle Vernon, and Mrs. J. C. Cadwallader of Pittsburgh, The funeral service will be held it 2 o'clock Tuesday aftcinoon at the Mclcnyzcr funeral home. OS WHICH THE tXolfiER. SNAKE. Grim Reaper MRS. AMOS CR1TCHFIELD Mrs. Mary Ann Critchflcld, 84 'cars old, wife of Amos Critchfleld of Champion, died at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at her home of pernicious anemia. A daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Hathcny Tmkey and the late Jacob Clnkey, she had resided in the Indian Creek Valley all of her life. She caves, besides her husband, the fol- owing children: Mrs. Sadie Libcn- good of Blairsvlllc, Mrs. Gertrude Calp of Acme, James Critchflcld of Waterford, ArHen Critchflcld of -hampion, Mrs. Irene Phillippi of Roekwood, Elmer Cntchficld of iigonier, Clarence Critchfleld of -hampion, Mrs. Blanche Charles of Champion. There arc 25 grandchildren, also her mother who is 89 years of age, and these brothers and sisters: James Tinkcy of Champion, 'corge Tinkcy of Grecnsburs, Alvic Tinkey of Mammoth, Mrs. Lucy Sccce of Mammoth, Mrs. Sophia Kalp of Champion, Mrs. Lydia Jennings o£ Coral and Mrs. Emma Jennings of near Pittsburgh. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon with a prayer at the home at 1:30 "'clock followed by full rites at the Mount Nebo Church of God at 2 o'clock with Rev. John Geary, pastor of the Church of the Brethren of which ihc was a member, officiating. Interment will be in Mount Nebo Cemetery. MRS. MARY M. EWING Mrs. Mary Mitchell Ewinfi, 79 years old, widow of the late John Kennedy Ewing, Jr., died Saturday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Robert W. Singer, of Grecnsburg. She formerly resided in Pittsburgh, Bcllport, N. J., and Uniontown. She was a daughter of the late Chief Justice William Mitchell of the Minnesota Supreme Court and a sister of William D. Mitchell of New York, who was attorney general in the Herbert Hoover administration and solicitor general under President Calvin. Coolidgc. The following children survive: Ellen W., Wake Forest, N. Y.; Maiy, New York; Mrs. H. Hastings Reddjill, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Singer, Grtonsburg; Kennedy E., and John M., both of Barlow, Fla., and Attorney M. H. Ewing, Pittsburgh. The funeral service was held this afternoon at Greensburg. Private burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery, Uniontown. MRS. ORA LONG Mrs. Jessie Opal Long, 63 years old, wife .of Ora Long, died at noon Saturday township at her home in Dunbar along the Connellsville- Uniontown road near Rendine's Park after a lingering illness of complications. She Is survived by her husband, three children, Mrs. Lucy C. Huey and John Paul Long, both of Dunbar township, and David E. Long at home; six grandchildren; her mother Mrs. · Mary Jane Marshall, and £ brother, John A. Marshall, both of Dunbar. Mrs. "Long, who was a native of Hagcrstown, Md., had spent the greater part ol her life in Dunbar township. She was a member of the Dunbar Episcopal Church. The funeral service will be held a: 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the home. Interment will be in Laure Hill Cemetery. WALTER R. LIVEXGOO0 Walter Roger Livcngood, 55 years old, former resident of Everson, dice Saturday at his home at Untontown A son of Alex S., and Minnie E Livengood, he was born November 9 1883.- For years he had oil interests in Texas. Ho moved to Uniontoivn 13 years ago from Everson. Besides his wife, .Blanche, he is survived by the following children: Mrs. Mary Francis, Virginia Lee, Martha, Adelaide and Joan, The funeral service was held this afternoon at the home with Rev. Le- Hoy F. Carter, pastor of the .Central Christian Church of Uniontown of which Mr. Livcngood was a member, offlciatm!;. Burial was in Scottdale Cemetery. ROBERT L. GOUCHER j Robert L. Gouchcr, eight months I BARCLAY ON BRIDGE ^ B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Anthorlty on AnthorltlM" SUIT CONTRACTS SAFER j NOT ALWAYS, but na a general proposition, suit contracts possess na clement of safety which docs not belong to No Trump contracts, especially when a good trump fit has been found. The main reason, of course, is the ability to ruff a loser of one hand with a trump In the opposite one. Slam contracts particularly emphasize the clement of oafcty factors, as the total points at atakc are no great that a player Is seldom Jollified in risking them unduly to giiin the slightly smaller total paid by a No Trump bid as against a suit one. A A. K 6 2 * Q J 10 4 A 6 4. J 10 4 S 4 9 S 4 V K 8 5 3 * Q « 5 * 9 6 2 Q JO 7 5 9 7 6 4 3 4 10 9 3 4-No Trump, the bid which asks North how many aces he holds. North replied with 5-Hcarts. As a response of 5-Clubs would proclaim no aces, 5-Dlamonds 1 ace, 0-Hcarts 2 aces, 5-Spados 3 aces and S-No Trump all four aces, North with his answer of 5-Hearts showed that he had two of them. South next bid 5-No Trump, which by the player who had made the 4- No Trump call auks for the number of Wng3. North's 6-Dlamonds showed possession of one king South knew this would take care or his losing spade, so bid 7-Club.i without a worry. Notice that 7-No Trump would have been beaten because a diamond trick must be lost. · · · Tomorrow*! Problem 4 A 8 3 V K 8 5 · A K 4, J 10 9 S 4 A J W 7 6 2 V A « K J 7 4 2 4. A K Q 8 5 (Dealer: East. Both sides vul ncrablc.), After 1-Dlamond by. South here, North's call of 2-Spadcs showed tic great strength of the pair. Seeking for a at. South revealed his clubs at three and North showed the fit at 4-Clubs. Since the pair was using the Blackwood convention, South was now ready to employ it and did, with Brlnton R. Peters Dies. Brinton R. Peters, 83 years old, !cr 30 years a constable at West New,on, died Friday in McKccsport Hospital of pneumonia. He was taken U Tuesday and the next day was removed to the hospital. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. James Pcttigrew of Fairchancc. The funeral service s held this afternoon at Wcsl Newton Lutheran Church in charge of Rev. J. R. Nicholas. Ohlopylc Board Elects. Ohiopyle Board of Health has reorganized with the election of the following officers: W. R. Johnson, picsident; Hamton Taylor, vice- president; P. M. Waters, secretary; Mrs. P. M. Waters, health officer, and Dr. E. Phillips, physician. Special to Tho Courier. CONFLUENCE, Jan. D.--The expensive cigar. 1 , three Confluence youtiis allegedly stole from the liomc of Howard Sanncr brought about their arrest and subsequent incarceration in the county jail at Somerset. Charles Grou", Matt Hyatt and Henry Hilliard were smokinc expensive cigars as they walked up and down the street. A citizen who saw them thought it was rather peculiar that they could afford the premium brand and called the attention of the police. They were questioned and reportedly confessed to breaking into the Sanncr home and the Confluence High School building. Among the loot at. the Sannor home was the box of ex-' pensive cigars. When asked why they broke into the Sanner place they said, it is reported, they were searching for a gun with which they allegedly planned to hold up some prominent resident of the community. The prowlers ransacked the Sanner home and virtually destroyed all of the furnishings and took scarcely any loot. The thicc were committed to the county jail by Justice of the Peace Earle Hall after their arrest by Constable Frank Previere of Confluence and Sheriff Casey Hare of Somerset Pratt Auxiliary Tuesday. Ladies' Auxiliary lo Emery Lewis Pratt Post of the American Legion .-it Vanderbilt meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night at the home of Misp Irene Zeka at Vjndcrbilt with Mrs. Minnie May as co-hostess. The auxiliary sisters, will be revealed. Stork at Hospital. A daughter was born at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Connellsvillc State HospiUil to Mr. and Kenneth Haney of Vanderbilt. Mrs. ISOMvcIl Man Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 9.--Willum Hos- hack died Thursday at his home at Boswcll. John R. Fulton Dic.s. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. !/.-John R. Fulton, 80 years old, died Friday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Fulton, at New Stanton, R. D. 1. He leaves three daughters, Mis. Fulton, Mrs. J. O. Hilwick of New Stanton and Mrs. Ernest Oden of Huffsdale, R. D. 1. one brother, Andrew R. Fulton of Turtle Creek, and six grandchildren. The funeral service was held this afternoon. Interment was made in Mount Vernon Cemetery at McKccs- port. At Baptist Convention. Rev. J. S. Brownlce, pastor o£ the First Baptist Church, is in Philadelphia today and tomorrow attending the meeting of the executive committee of the Pennsylvania Baptibl Convention and the State Board of Missions. He will return home' in time for the Wednesday night prayer meeting. * K Q -( V A Q 6 + 10 8 * A K Q 7 3 (Dealer: East. North-South vul- ncrable.) What Is the finest bidding of tills deal. If East «md West are aggressive bidders who try their best by diamond bids to keep North and South from their maximum contract? Coprrijtt. IMS. Knif Fuftuu old, only child and son of Mr. and Mrs. James Robert Goucher of Van- dcrbiit, died at 4 o'clock Sunday morning as he was being taken into Connellsvllle State Hospital. The funeral service was held this afternoon at the home of the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs-. Allen R. Shallenbcrger, at Vanderbilt in charge of Rev. J. M. Somers, pastor of the Vanderbilt Methodist Episcopal Church." Interment was made in Dickerson Run Union Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director Frank B. Galley. SIMON W. SHAUL1S MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 9.-Simon W. Shaullii, 78, died Saturday morning at his home at Kregar. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nettie Shaulis, and eight children: Mrs. David Howard, Mrs. Harry Dodson and Mrs. Harry Weaver, all of Somerset; Mrs. Dora Enos, Latrobc; Mrs. John Wplk, Jones Mill; Russell Shaulis and Mrs. Elmer Knult, Kregar, and Collins Shaulis, Latrobe. There arc three brothers, David of Mount Pleasant, Singer of Alverton and Conrad of New Alexandria, one sister, Mrs, Jessie Hosfclt of Utah, 27 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the home in charje of Rev. H. N. Brant. Interment will be made in Bakcrs- ville Cemetery. MRS. RALPH McittULLEN Mrs. Ralph McMullen, 44 years old, died at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md., at 9:45 o'clock this morning after an illness of complications. She was formerly Miss Baltic Ansell of Scullion, Somerset county. Surviving are seven sisters: Mrs. Charles F. Raymond, Mrs. Ella Cunningham, Mrs. Jacob Miller, and Mrs. Clarence Bittncr, all of Conncllsvilfe; Mrs. Fred Rcshenberg and Mrs. Wai- Still Coughing? Even If other medicine has failed, don't be discouraged, try Crcomulsion. Your druggist la authorized to refund your money If you ore not thoroughly satisfied with the benefits obtained from either trial or large size. Crcomulsion Is one word, ask for It plainly, sec that the name on the bottlo is Creomulslon, and you'll set the genuine product and tho relief you want. (Adv.) CREOMULSION For Coughs or Chest Colds tcr Ho'/lhorne, both of McKccsport, and Ml 5. Rittcnour of Grccnsburg. Funer *1 arrangements have not been completed. CIIAItLES It. GOODWIN Charles R, Goodwin, 47 years old, son of Mrs. Margaret Goodwin of Uniontown, died Sunday at Veterans Hospital at Bath. N. Y., where he underwent «n operation. He served in the World War with the coast artillery. CHARLES L. BAKEIt Charles L. Baker, Jr., 23 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles U Baker of Martin, died at 6 o'clock Saturday evening at the Uniontown Hospital after a several days' illness caused from an infection of the nose. » . THOMAS INKS Thomas Inks, 77 years old, of Chalk Hill, died Sunday while visiting at the home of a niece, Miss Martha Livengood, at Little Brownflcld. FOR FEATURE TIMEI CALL 599 ENDS I TODAY m Robert Donor Rosalind Russell · "THE CITADEL" STARTS TOMORROW '«$£". THEY- STRODE. THROUGH THE WEST f ; THE WORLD, ECHOED 5'j. " /TO%HEIR-TREAD!. «CA VMM WAYNE MORRIS GLAIRETREVOR FRANK MeHUCH-ALAN HALE-DONALD CRISP CHARUSBICKFORD . JACK URUE- JOHN LrTEL »WM. KQCHLEY .WARNER BROS. Scrc«Q FUj by Selon I. Miltor A MkbMl FeMMr - From cbe Nov«I'faytF««*r B. It I .MO.KJ br Adolph Dmtith ft Ho* Prindbofer " """" ' THE TODAY » Feature No. 1 NEW Feature No. 2 Comedy 9 Xcwvs · Selected $hort»«

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