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January 10, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 193!). PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Frank K. Bailey ot Ohiopyle, who was Injured In an automobile accident last Thursday, Is at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Harmon of West Morion avenue. She will be confined to her bed for a week or more. Mrs. Bailey, the former Miss Besse Col- bbin, sufTercd a cut on the head, it j requiring five stitches to close t h e ) wound. She is suffering from sore- | ness about the body. Start llie 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 Keslncr's Book Stofc, 125 W. Apple St.--Advertisement--6jan-18l Mrs. Stanley Barker and son, Robert, of Seattle, Wash., who had been the guests ot the former's parents. Alderman and Mrs. Fred Munk of North Plllsburg street, accompanied by Mrs. Munk and Mrs. Milton V. Munk, motored to Pittsburgh Sunday to visit Mr., and Mrs. M. A. Renner. brother-in-law and sister, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence .Munk. brother and sister-in-law 'of Mrs. Barker. They plan to leave Wednesday for Cincinnati, Ohio, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Doyle, also a brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. I Barker, before leaving for their | . home. ! Fresh duiij'--all kinds cookies, 15c I - dozen. Rose's Bakery.--Advertise- j ment.--9jan-3t. j Mrs. L-. G. Hoover, of East Wash- | ingtbn avenue is visiting her sister, Mrs. Christie. Klepser, of Martinsburg, Pa. 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-2l. R. S. Cooper is in Harrisburg attending a meeting ot the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs. Mr. Cooper Is a member of the executive board. Men's suits, or any plain dress, dry cleaned and pressed, 59c. Simons Gash Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- ment.--jan-4t. Mrs. J. K. Evans of Dickcrson Run was a business caller here Monday. Fresh daily--all kinds cookies, 15c dozen. Hose's Bakery.--Advcrlise- mcrit.--9jan-3t- . James M. Driscoll and 6. R. Berwick attended the tennis match- between Donald Budge of San Francisco, Cal., and Ellsworth Vines of Pasadena at Duquesne Garden Mon-» day evening. New shipment Chinese checkers and shoe and skate outfits, at Kcst- iier's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St.-- Advertisehieiil.--9)an-4t. HeHfy MichaelBski and Miss Eleanor Shulsy Visited in Onionlown Monday evening. Card parly, St. Aloysius Hall, Dur.bar, Wednesday evening. January llth, 8:30. Bridge, "500" and other games. Valuable prizes. Admission 35c.--Advertisement.--jan- 3-0-10. Miss Nell Gilmorc of Dunbar was a Pittsburgh caller today. Prices way down on coats and dresses. Princess Shop.--Advertise- ment.--10jan*ll. Miss Lucy Sproat, student nurse nt Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, spent the week-end at her home in Dawsoh. M:-. and Mrs. J. D. Stillwagon and grandson, Thomas Floto, visited Mr, and Mrs. Harold Welgle at Elieabcth Saturday. Mrs. Weigle is a granddaughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Stillwagon. Rhoda Mac Bufron, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barron o£ East Washington avenue, is ill at her home. . Warren Decker, who underwent an appendicitis operation at the Connellsville State Hospital, is convalescing al. the home ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Decker, Chestnut street. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. Wylic Driscoll of East Green street visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Elsenhower in Charleroi Sunday. Miss Catherine O'Connor, manager of the women's ready-to-wear department, ot Troutman's store, is in New York buying spring merchandise. Miss Hutli Love ot Franklin avenue, a patient at the Connellsvillc State Hospital, is reported to be getting along nicely. Miss Love, clerk on the main floor of Troutman's store. Is receiving medical treatment. Miss Sara Ray of.Snydcr. street returned home Monday from Somersci where she was the guest of Mr. am Mrs. Stanley Wilson, who accompanied her here and spent the evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs Worth K. Balsley, ot'Snyder street. Mrs. Ross S. Matthews, a patienl at the Connellsville State Hospita" for some weeks past, returned to her home In South Pittsburg street this afternoon. Mrs. Matthews suffered a severe fracture of the nrm when she fell in front of her home. Aunt Met By ROBERT QU.ILLEN "Every woman ought to have some dealings w i t h ' a mean man. It's the only way some of them can learn sense enough to thank Heaven for a good one." Off to the Opera Excursions via B.O. LOW ROUNU-'i'IUl- FARES $6.25 NEW YORK PLAINSKIELD -- ELIZABETH $5.25 PHILADELPHIA SATUKIlAY.-JANUAUV 14 Lv. Connollsvillc 10:01 I*. M. Return Sunday NigM. A Full Day For Slchlsecinjr. Thousands of Attractions. KVKIJY SUNDAY S1.3E Round Trip PITTSBURGH $1.10 McKccsnort and lirnddock. Lv. Conncllsville 5:59 A. St or 9:10 A. M. Return Same Day. George Malalko, 64, crippled newspaper vendor, who works outalde Iho Toronto, Ont., Stock Exchange, financed 17 trips to the opera In New .York through market tips. The tips soured this ncaon, however, and things looked .blnck until Metropolitan officials heard/, of his plight and sent him train fare and opora tickets. Hdro he Is all dressed to attend "Don Giovanni." f Central Prat) · Belle Vernon Names Republican Burgess Belle Vernon Borough Counci unanimously elected Henry Schmidt Republican and council president s burgess to succeed the late Cross land Nelson, a Democrat. Schmidt is a Pittsburgh Steel Com pany clerk. Council Mmcd Uunciin St. Clair Democrat and former State nsscm alyrrtan, to fill the vacancy \n counci and named Eugene Venncri, n Re publican, as president. Nelson, widely known politica leader and burgess for a year, lk Saturday. In Odd Fellows Wednesday. General Worth Encampment, .. dependent Order of Odd Fellows, w hold its regular mccling Wcdnesdu night when several candidates will b initiated. Plans will be complete to take a class lo Union town Wcdncs day, January 18, as its parl In counly I. O. O. F. cncampmcr Wildcy anniversary class Inltiatio which will bo conferred by Poir Marlon and Unlontown degree team J. B. Dorsey DI'CR. James B. Dorsey, 82, a native o Berlin, Somerset county, died Everett, Wash., where he had bee living for the past 40 years and wher he was engaged in the lumber busi Safety Patrols Get Approval Of School Board Continued from S 3 age One. sed by Ihe patrol members. The rdcrs for these arc to be placed hen the patrols are organized. It was decided to request City ouncil- to have tralllc lines painted i certain streets to designate traffic or school children. It was also oped that one or t\vo local police dicers might assist the patrol at the cginning of its work. It was made clear that the patrols ·ould work Independently of the raflie ofllccrs now being paid by the chool district and thai these men, charge of the more dangerous rossitigs, would be retained-. The organization of supervision ot he safely patrols will be under Su- crinlendcnt Davis and Ihe principals f the various schools. The resignation of Miss Eleanor Vcihe, a member of the High School acuity, was accepted. Referring lo 10 vacancy created by Miss Weihc's esigJiation Superintendent Davis skcd that a promotion policy In rc- ard to qualified teachers be carried ut. He said in this manner there L-ould be "merit within our system" nd it would be possible to promole :iose who have a master's degree or ts equivalent. The directorate unanimously ap- irovcd this suggestion and the su- erintendcnt explained that Miss leulnh Gilmorc would f i l l ' t h e . H i g h School vacancy; Miss Susan Hicks be dvanced to the Junior High School, nd'Miss Madeline Rohm, at present substitute teacher at the South Side School, would take Miss Hick's place. Mr. Davis said that nl the present ime there were only three teachers ivir.R in the city who might be con- idered potential substitute teachers. All others arc now employed, he said, ithcr at teaching or in some .other Dccupalion. THE GRIM REAPER Nrw WILLIAM C. CONWlVY Mrs.' Mary Jane Conway, lil years old, \Vlfe of Wllllain C. Conwny of 105 West Siebcntlialcr avenue, I3ay- ton, Ohio, died at 12:05 o'clock Sun- dny afternoon at Good Samaritan Hospital at Duyton. Mrs. Conway, nee Scliofield, was born »t Mount Savage, Md., nnd was man-led April 12, 1899, in Cumberland, Md. The couple located In Connollsvillc where they resided until March, 1933, when the tamily moved lo Dayton where Mr. Conway is employed as Baltimore Ohio Railroad yardmnster. Surviving besides the husband are a son, William Earl Conway; two. daughters, Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Miller and Mrs. Theimn Haas; two grandchildren, William E. Hans and Richard Allen Miller, nil ot Dayton; two sisters, Miss Sarah A. Scholleld, Zcllenoplc, Pa.; Mrs. Rose Athey, Cumberland, Md.; three brothers, S. T. Schofleld, Washington, D. C.; Wesley L. Schb- field, Mount Hauler. Md., and Alfred Schofleld of Colorado; a brother-in- law, John Conwny, Cumberland, and two sisters-in-law, Miss Emma Conway and Mrs. Kate Baughman, both of Los Angeles. The funeral service will be held at the Whilrner Brothers funeral home, Ludlow street and Monument avenue, at 1:30 P. M. Wednesday, and burial will be in Memorial Park. Rev. James Miller, North Riverdale Lutheran Church, will officiate. rVeisiger Asks Name Be Taken Off School Payroll; Job Ended Sam Weisiger, employed by the Board of Education lo check supplies used al Cokcr Stadium and paid $30 month for such work, told the directorate at Monday night's session le had requested Secretary Carmel Caller to remove his name from the payroll effective January 1, 1939. Mr. Weisingcr explained to Ihe directors he had done so because there was no longer any \vbrk for him to do at the stadium and he felt it was not fair to be paid for something he wasn't doing. For the sake ot the records Director Clyde Wcihe made a resolution to have Mr. Wcisiger's name officially removed from the payroll. MRS. DAVID R. RAMSEY Mrs. David It. Ramsey, 80 ytfars old, former resident of the West Side, Connellsville, died at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home of her son, George Ramsey, of Morgnntown, W. Va. She was a-sislcr of the late Mrs. Emma Lytlc of Connellsville. The funeral service will be held al 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home. Burial will be in a Morgantown cemetery. MRS. MINNIE BURKHOLDER Mrs. Minnie Burkholder, 80 years old, died Sunday night at her home at Brownficld. MRS. RAM'll M»MU1,M'.N The runernl service! for Mrs. H.'ilph McMullen, who dlod Monday inornlnit al Johns Hopkins Hospital, BnlUmoiv, · Md., will be held Thursday afternoon al the home ot a sister, Mrs. Clarence Blllncr, 240 Knst Fnlrvlcw avenue. Dr. W. II. Hetrlck. pastor of Trinity Lulhernn Chul-eh, will olllcinle. 3urlal will be In Hill Grove C'omc- lery In chm'-Rc of Funeral Director John 11. D. Sibel. Mrs. MeMullen was ft daughter of the Into Henry and Catherine Gary Ansell ot Scutlton, Somerstl county, the youngest oC eight slaters. She had visited In Conncllsville early in December with four sisters residing here and had returned home to enter the liospltal In Baltimore for observation; She would have been 45 years old next February D. In addition lo her husband, Ralph, she leaves a daughter, Mrs. Claude Wescolt, ot Baltimore, a granddaughter and these sisters: Mrs. Bittner, Mrs. Charles F. Haymohd, Mrs. Ella Cunningham and Mrs. Jacob W. Miller, all of Connellsville, Mrs. Mary Ultcnour of Greensburg, nnd Mrs, Fred rteshenberg nnd Mrs. Walter Hawthorne, both ot Mckccsport. i -HARRY K. SMITH Harry E. Smith, 42 years old, a resident of Everson, died at a Pittsburgh hospital Monday afternoon after a prolonged Illness. Prior to his sickness he was employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad. In addition to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Smith of Everson, he is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lillian Smith, and one son, Russell, and one daughter, Mildred, all of Bud Lahc, K. J.; three brothers, Clarence of Brush Valley, Louis of Everson and Russell of Sedlldalc; three sisters, Mrs. Louis Hetzel of Pcnnsvillo, Mrs. Ada VanMcter of Everson, and Mrs. William Morris of Dundalk, Md. The body was removed to the home of the: parents at 115 Maple street, Everson. The rv.neral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the United Brethren Church. Interment will be in Scottdalc Cemetery. uiil Stripping 1'laiil. 'W i:niil i.lripphiK plant, to I nn U n i t , Him been opened It li'jltiiin' ill-sir Miisonlrnvn |y nwtn-iK, Dunham, Ainsle! .iivi'i- mill Taylor. William I*. Parsons Dies. William Phillips Parsons, 70, prominently identified With the. Rlass industry for many years, died Suii- t'ay at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. R. Hodgson at Greensburg. . When You Neglect Colds You Risk Serious Illness Fighf Them From Within With Father John's Medicine If you arc subject lo one cold after another, start treatment from the very Ural symptom, because a neglected cold can lead lo more serious conditions. Do as millions have done--lake Father John's Medicine--rich In vitamins. It lights the cold from within, and helps build your strength al the same time. The reputation of Father John's Medicine as a treatment for colds IB backed by 81 years of use. No endorsement could be stronger than this fact. Keep It on hand at all times. Y Pioneers Will Have Supper Wednesday The Y Pioneers will have n spaghetti dinner Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock al the Y. M. C. A. A program has been arranged. There are 1G boys in the group. Clark Potter is leader. WPA Will Check Needs of Workers On State Projects HArfRISBURG, Jan. 10.--The Works Progress Administration called for an investigation ot its entire Pennsylvania case load of 250.000 project workers "In an effort to limit relief employment lo those who need it." The WPA is lo take 40,000 from projects by February 15. State WPA Administrator J. Banks Hudson said the rcciasslflcation was being made at the request 61 the State Department of Public Asistancc and would be carried out by Stale relief investigators. Hudson said It had been three years since there was a complete 'needs investigation" o( tne WPA case load. Former Local Girl Mother. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Welling of Maple street, Liberty, announce the birth of a son, Leslie Robert, at 10:17 o'clock Monday morning. The baby, tipping the scales at seven pounds, Is the second Eon in Ihe family. Mrs. Welling is ihe former Miss Kathleen Comiway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Conn way of )324 Aetna strecl. Lalrohc Osteopath Dies. LATROBE, Jan. 10.--Dr. H. I). Olcsby, 53, osteopath, was found dead in his bed at his home at noon Saturday when his wife went to call him fc.' lunch. Ten Chicks Hatched. Mrs. John Dill of 517 West Cummings avenue reports her hen hatched 10 out of 15 chicks and lays claim to the first pccpics of the year. First U, P. Church Has Special Services Special services in the United Presbyterian Church began Monday evening with Dr. L. J, Davidson ot McKecsport delivering a forceful message on the subject of "Decision." There was B good attendance. The services will continue at 7:45 o'clock each evening of the week except Saturday. Dr. Claire E. Hawthorne of Washington, D. C., is the speaker for the remaining services. The question Dr. Hawthorne has announced as his topic for tonight is "Which Way Do You Face?" The public is invited; Uebowltz* Client Pays. OSSINING, N. Y., Jan. 10.--Samuel Llcbowitx, noted defense attorney, could no longer claim that not one of his clients had died in the electric chair. The first bf the many he has defended in Ihc court, Salvatorc Gatti, was electrocuted at Sing Sing along with two o\hcrs. Fair Board (o Meet. MEYERSDALE, Jan. 10--Plans for the 1939 county fair at Meyersdale will be inaugurated nt a meeting of the Somerset County Fair Association Monday evening, January 23. "Walter Vaughan Dies. Walter Vaughan, 40, son of Mrs. T. P. Vaughan of, Fayctte City, died Thursday in TIconderoga, N. Y., Hospital. He was a native of Fayctlc City, a graduate of Ihe Cincinnati Conservatory of Music nnd a veteran ot the World War. He leaves his mother and a half-brother. Dies at Johnstown. Mrs. Joseph Bracken of Ebcnuburg, cousin of Mrs. W. P. Ilaroder of Un- ionlown, died suddenly Monday night in a Johnstown hospital. Condition Improved. Condition ot Joseph II. Mulac, Vanderbilt merchant, was reported as "improving" at ConhellsviUc Slate Hospital today. ConmiU Local Ticket Accnt for Details. BALTIMORE OHIO R A I L R O A D ® TODAY ® TOMORROW 9 THE AMAZING STORY OF HIS DOUBLE LIFE.., WILL GIVE 1 YOU THE THRILL OF YOURS! N Ho practices modicino by day ("! ... crime by night I ; : ' EDW. G. f:i in his most amazing role ...CLAIRE TREVOR HUMPHREY BOGART ALLEN JENKINS DONALD CRISP · GALE PAGE /In ANATOLE LITVAK PROD'H A First Nitlorial Pictnn Presented By WARNER BROS. 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