The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 11, 1939 · Page 6
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January 11, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX.- TRE DAILY COURIER, CONNT3LLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY'11. 1033. PERSONAL MENTION After being confined for two weeks at the Uniontown Hospital, Upton Spcer returned to his home at Dunbar. He was admitted to the hospital lor medical treatment. Start the hew year right with a complete set ol now ledgers, day books and cash books. Loose leaf supplies and Shaw-Walker filing equipment. Everything for the office at Kestner's Book Store, 125. W. Apple St.--Advertisement--6jan-18t. Mr. and Mrs. Pelcr May of Oliver No. 1 wc.rc Connellsvillc visitors Sunday. ! Fresh daily--all kinds cookies, 15c dozen. Rose's Bakery;--Advertise- ment.--9jan-3t. Mrs. Charlotte Engcl of East Murphy avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Engel ol Scottdalc spent Sunday as the guests of the former's'son- in-lnw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Hayes of Hopwood. Men's suits, or any plain dress, dry cleaned and pressed, 59c. Simons Cash Ccrry Cleaners.--Advertise- ment.--9jan-4t. Mrs. Cmydon. Whipkcy of the Pleasant Valley Country Club Road visited friends in Pittsburgh Tuesday afternoon. Fresh daily--all kinds cookies, 15c dozen. Rose's Bakery.--Advertise- ment.--9jan-3t. D. K. O'Conncr of Uniontowu was a Connellsvillc business culler today. New shipment Chinese checkers and shoe and skate outfits, at Kest- ncr's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St.-- Advertisement.--9jan--H. Miss Gladys Clark and Miss Helen Hooper attended the Budge-Vines tennis match at Duqucsne Gardens in Pittsburgh Monday evening. Buy them fresh daily--large delicious doughnuts. Raised 23c dozen, sweet 18c dozen. Rose's Dairy Store. --Advertisement.---lljan-lt. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Whipkcy of Oak street went to Pittsburgh Tuesday evening where Mrs. Whipkey ·was called by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Day. Men's jackets, pants and shirts now one-half price. Princess Shop, --Advertisement.--lljan-lt. Miss Mary Queer, employed as a teacher at the Westmoreland Homc T steads School, is visiitng Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth in West Green street. Keystone Club card party tonight, · · O d d Fellows Temple, 23c.--Adver- tisement.--lljan-lt. Mrs. Van Marietta and Miss Lola - Newmycr visited friends in Pittsburgh Sunday. Mr. ad Mrs. W. L. Whipkcy of South Ninth street. Greenwood, have .gone to Apopka, Fla., to spend the winter months at their home there. Robert S. Coughenour, who served four years in the United States JJavy, received an honorable discharge and has returned to his home in Woodlawn avenue. Aunt Met By ROBERT QUILLEN "Our family hns always been split up in politics. Two .of the boys went off to college and got big rich, but the rest are all Democrats." Grim Reaper JOHN WOCONISH John Wcconish, about 70 years old, died at 1:25 o'clock this morning at his home in Poplar Grove after an illness of eight months. Mr. Woconish-was born in Pohmc and came to this country in 1807. He had been an employe of the H. C Frick Coke Company for 25 years and had resided at Poplar Grove for the past 15 years. He was a member of Holy Trinity R. C. Church and a member of St. Casimir Lodge. Hi wife, Anna, preceded him in death March 30, 1934. He is survived by four children John of Colonial No. 3, Alex o Caretti, W. Va., Josephine of Pittsburgh and Stanley at home. He alsi leaves six grandchildren and on brother. Frank Woconish of Rura Ridge, Pa. The funeral will be held Saturdaj morning with a prayer at the horn at 8:30 o'clock and requiem hig] mass at the Holy Trinity Church a 9 o'clock with the pastor, Rev. W Wisniewski, as celebrant. Burial wil be in the church cemetery at Popla Grove. ; "Bo" Tiilow Found Dead in Unionfown Special to The Courier. UNTONTOWN, Jan. 11.--Lawrence B. Titlow, 43, known to hundreds of " Uniontown friends as "Bo," was found dead in the Brunswick Poolroom in Arch street about 7:15 o'clock Tuesday night Coroner S. A. Baltz, who aided in the investigation, said · the man had been dead between four and five hours. He attributed death . to a heart condition. Officials investigating the case said Titlow apparently had gone into the room early yesterday afternoon and soon after entering had toppled over on his face. At first it was thought .he might have fallen from a pool table but this was later discounted. His face was disfigured. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. .Josephine Schimele Titlow, and a son, iawrencc. Jr., of Pittsburgh; bis "father, George Titlow, Sr., former ! .owner of the Titlow Hotel and,Stone ..House in this district,'' and' now of r\Vashington, Pa., where he lives with . r a daughter, Mrs. Guy Woodward. A J brother, George, Jr.,'of 'Washington '.and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Kobin- 7son of Boston, Mass., also survive. ". Funeral arrangements will be announced later. JOHN WALKER John Walker, a former resident of Connellsville, died suddenly of cart attack in a Morgantown, W 'a., hospital recently at tho age o 1 years, nine months and 13 days. A former resident of Connellsvill hd Uniontown, he was a native 6 'latwoods, being the last pit Jin ol amily in that community^ His onl; Brother, Joseph L. AValkcri died si ears ago of heart-failure-- Surviv ng are five nieces, daughters of th deceased's brother: Mrs. Hugh Moor f Uniontown, R. D., Mrs. Jcssi Quinn of Oliver No. 1, Mrs. G. rtoorc of Shady Grove, Mrs. E. T Pratt of Uledi and Mrs. W. R. Add f 34,East Winona street, Uniontown vhere he had visited last Thanksgiv ng Day. The funeral service was held at ilorgantown undertaking establish ment. Rev. Cain of Morgantow officiated. Interment was made thor ·Dr. C. E. Hawlhorne : :, U. P. Church Speaker Dr. Claire E, Hawthorne ol .Washington, D. C., brought the message :.Tuesday evening at the special services being held this week in UnUec Presbyterian Church. Using the .stories of Lot and Daniel, Dr. Haw- ^thome.pointed out how dangerous t ·Is to "face" in the wrong direction . and how wise is the man who "faces' ^toward God at all times and espcclal- "ly in time of trouble. ;· Tonight Dr. Hawthorne will speak ;on the question, "How May Other 'People Kno\y That I Am a Chris- .tian?" The service will begin at 7:45 VO'clock. ' · · -- ' ; , Birth of Son Announced. Announcement is made -of the birth of a son, William Douglas, Sat- ·urday, December 21, to Mr. and Mrs Theodore Walthcr of Corpus Christ! Texas. The baby is the first in the family and is a grandson of G. A .Walthcr of South Connellsville. Mrs Walther is the former Miss Moreen Basket of Clarita, Okla. Mr. Walthcr : is employed by Barnsdall Oil Company. Pain Stopped! Or No Cost Tor quick relic! from the torturing pain of RhcnrattisEn. Arthritis. NeurttU, Sd*ik* and Lurab»jo, use HYACIN, tho »»(«, atw »deat!Sc discovery that hai helped thouwnd* oj luffereik. Contain* no harmful, habit* . , ugs cr narcotic*. Stops the raort tmtsM pain in * hurry. Guar* antf*4 to brine qmtk relief or your mcney back. Coats only A. A. CLARKE, 3U3 N. Pittiburj St. Connellsvillc. SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT $ SIERRA COVER. OF -THE. SUPPOSED -I EVIL. -fttE. HOMES, PIMEA.PPI.E WA-lER -fAHK- tioHoLuLu. HAWAII Tri-Town Sportsmen Will Be Reorganized A reorganization meeting of the Tri-Town Sportsmen's As.-.ocintitn will be held at 8 o'clock Thursday night in the Vandcrbilt club rooms. L. \V. Sccoy of Point Marion, president of the Fayette County Fish Game Protective Association, will be the principal speaker. . Son Horn to Kullls. A son was born at 2:05 o'clock this afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rulli of South street. The child is the second in the family. The other is 'a girl. The mother formerly was Miss. Ann Fritsky, daughter of Mrs. Anna Frltsky of South street. The father is the son ·*{ Mr. nnd Mrs. John Rulll of Wheeler. Philatelists Meet.Friday. The Fay-West Philatelic Society of Pennsylvania will meet in regular session at 8 o'clock Kridfjy night at the club room in the Y. M. C. A. A large attendance is desired. JACOB M. MVERS GREENSBUKG, Jan. 11.--Jacob Ifyors, 77, a resident of Grecnsburu 'or 22 years and a retired Walworth Company employe, -died Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jacob M, Albright at 40 North Tremonl avenue. He is survived by three-sons and one daughter: Homer C. Myers, Belle Vcrnon, R. D. 1; Clarence'^'. '-Myers, Mount ' Pleasant; .I?oy~W. Myers; Youngstown, ,Ohio,~ and? Mrs. Jacob. AC Albright, Grcensburg." There arc ilso eight grandchildren and two Brothers and'-one sister: Ezra Myers, VIount Kleasaht,;R. Di 2; Mrs. D. C. McCloy, Mount Pleasant, and M. C. Myers, Wilkinsburg 1 . .. -The funeral service .will be held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at ihe Albright, home, . Interment will follow In St. Clair Cemetery. MRS. PKANK KOCHIS MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 11.- Mrs. Frank Kochis, 29 years old, wife of Frank Kochis, a former resident of United, died Monday in a Detroit, Mich., hospital.-jShe leaves her husband; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elko Olcnchak of United: four sisters, Mrs. Stephen Fctsko of Mnri- anna, Mrs, Michael Kowatch and Misses Emma and Irene Olenchak of United; and two brothers, Stephen and Michael Olcnclvik, also of United. The funeral .mass will be held at 8:30 o'clock Friday morning in St.] Mary's Greek Catholic Church at Traugcr. Interment will be in the church cemetery. LOUISK BASINGEIl Louise Basingcr, nine-months-old daughter of Lcvi and Susan Basinger of East Connellsvillc, died Tuesday night at her home. She had been ill since Sunday with a stomach ailment. In addition to her parents she is survived by three brothers ar.d three .sisters. . · · The funeral service will be held at 10:30 o'clock Thursday morning with Rev.' William Ritchcy, pastor of East End United Brethren Church, officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Olive Cemetery. ·' ·" - DELBEKT JOHNSON /'Dclbert Johnson, two and a half yc'ars old, son of Robert and Ethel Johnson of- Layton, died nt 8 o'clock Tuesday night in Connellsville State Hospital where he had been admitted only a short time before. He was ill with pneumonia. The body was removed to the B. T'. Wade Funeral,Home at Pcrry- opolis. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. CLAIRE TREVOR* HUMPHREY BO CART-ALLEN JENKINS f*^** --T03IOBBOW-- Fatigue May Be a Danger Signa Another Function in Which Whole Body Has a Part, It Is Commonest of All Human Symptoms 87 LOGAN CLENDENtN'G, M. D. FATIGUE it · function or fecl- inc in which the entire body has a pnrt. It in not a ftensmtion of the muscles only. Tho brain is tired and the eyes and the internal functions arc sluggish as well. It has many likenesses to that other general f onction, sleep, which we considered in the two previous articles this week. Like sleep, it may be earned from exercise, prolonged pleasant activitjr, or concentration on an agreeable talk. Then rest will rcJiovo it. Or it may como on without any obvious reason, and hi that ease be accompanied by nervousness, so that, as in a person who is sleepy and yet cannot sleep, the result ii an unhealthy state. Danger Signal Fatigue is distinctly a danger signal, unless thcro is a very obvious reason for it. And if it U not relieved by rest or sleep, it is even more distinctly a danger signal. The cause may be physical, mental or emotional; On the physical side, fatigue is the commonest symptom which human beings experience. It accompanies disease of any organ. It is likely to bo the first syraptom of an infection. It is present in heart disease, diabetes, kidney disturbance, digestive disorders or unsuspected high blood pressure. Excessive and unhealthy fatigue is always a danger signal in the young. It may mean early tuberculosis. And what is meant by excessive fatigue was never better described than by an educated man-a college professor--wbo had early tuberculosis without suspecting it. He wrote, in describing the history of his case, that he would como in from a very slight exertion--such as giving an hour's lecture--and go to his room and throw himself, fully dressed, face downward on the bee because he was too tired to arrange himself on his back. He would lie like that for hours, too exhausted to , move, passing by the hour for supper because ho was too fatigued to eat. Every fibre in every muscle in us body individually ached. Hit eyeballs ached, bis head was heavy, ils arms and legs felt like lead. We enow as physiologists why he did not wnnt his supper, because In such conditions the digestive juices are dried up and the movements of the stomach and intestines cease. Dr. Clcndcning will answer questions of general interest only, and then only through his column. Snch distinctly imnatural fatigue c.ilJj for a complete physical examination. Worry Causes U Fatigue occurs, however, when there arc no abnormal conditions in the physical bodily functions. Worry will cause fatigue. Emotional dia* turbancca and mental upscU, such as an inability to solve a problem or come to a reasonable conclusion about a business matter, arc equally fatiguing. A youns friend of mine durinjt the last few days has bcca worrying about passing an examination in chemistry. His principal symptom has been fatigue. Such forms of fatigue arc accompanied by nervousness and relief is correspondingly difficult. Rest, the logical treatment o£ fatigue, may not vrork. Indeed, it may be said that if rest docs not relieve fatiRuc, ·omcthinsr fundamental U the matter. For the purely functional forma of fatigue, treatment by relaxation is to be recommended. Dr. Jacobson's book, You Mutt Relax, is gospel for some of these. He advocates periods of lying down several times durinj: tho day and deliberately relaxing one system of muscles after another. This acta both by correcting the fatigue of the body and by helping to banish worry. ED1TOIV3 NOTE: Stntn pamphlet* hj Dr. CtendentK e*n now be obtained by aendlnc 10 cenla fa coin, for each, nnd A aelfnuidroscd envelope ttamped with a Ulrce-cent itamp, to Dr. Lozan Clenden. Inff. in care of th!x paper. Tbo pamphl'U are: 'Thre« WeeltV Reducing Diet". "In- diffeatian and Constipation". "Reducing and C.aiainc". "infant Kcedinc", "In. atmetiona for the Trea.tm-mt of Diabelem". Tejnlnine Hrcienv" and "The Care of th* Hair and Skio." JOINS YOUNG WIFE, TWO CHILDREN IN CEMETERY Oy United Press. NEW YORK, Jan. 11.--A month's deliberation failed to change Hans Frost's mind about living, and he has joined his young wife and two children at Silver Mount Cemetery. He jumped under a subway train last Friday, was not identified for two days, and it was only today that the circumstances of his tragedy were recognized. Frost was 35. He was a carpenter employed on « WPA project at the North Beach airport. His wife, Mary, was 26. They had two sons, Walter, three, whom Frost called Sonny, and Arnold, 18 months, nicknamed 'Babe." They lived in a flat in Brooklyn and were making plans for Christmas. At 5 P. M. December 12, Frost went home from work and found a crowd on the stairs and in the hallway. Inside he found the bodies of his fnmily covered with white sheets. His wife and baby had been asleep on a bed and Waller had strayed to the kitchen, playfully turned the jets on the cos stove and asphyxiated them nil. Neighbors who had smclled the gas and found the bodies, thought Frost seemed too calm, 11 dangerous sign He said nothing. He blanched trembled and walked away. At 4 A. M. he returned. Alone in his rooms, he drank a bottle of iodine. He staggered doxvn- stairs again. A neighbors found him writhing on the sidewalk. Physicians at the Kings County Hospital saved him. He was relcasec in two days, in time for the three funerals. He went back to work anc moved to the home of his brother- in-law, Olaf Erickson. He endured his grief silently unti last Friday, then he dropped from sight after work. Erickson hearc Saturday that an unidentified body was in tlie morgue. He went to lool at it, but could not recognize it Detective Conrad Friedman of th missing persons bureau had found a clue in the dead man's pocket--a match box cover bearing the name o bar and grill. He learned tha Frost had frequented the place Friedman was culled to the morgu again. Then he identified the body as Frost's. He was buried quietly Sunday aft crnoon beside his family. State Officers to Speak. State ofliccrs will be among th speakers at the meeting of the West moreland County Council, Veteran of Foreign Wars, in the Grcensbur V. F. W. Post Home Thursday nigh John Good Succumbs. John Good, 55, of Sirmorc, Greens burg, R. D. 2. died Tuesday in Wesl moreland Hospital at Grccnsburg. H was a brother of Joseph Good Union town. faff Installed By Magic Council, Darst Is New Head Oflpcers of Magic Council, Junior irdcr ol United American Me'chan- cs, were installed at the council hall i Odd Fellows Temple by District Jeputy N. E. Murphy with tho os- istancc ol K. E. Long. The stall inducted follows: Councilor, Fred O. Darst. Vice-councilor, L. N. Green. Recording secretary, Harry G. Vitt. Assistant recording secretary, R. \. Lcichlitcr. Financial secretary, James W. Prlnkcy. Assistant financial secretary, R. linton DeBolt. Treasurer, S. T. Envin. Assistant treasurer, S. L. Miller. Conductor, Roy S. Lindsay. Warden, Merle P. Sunner. Inside Sentinel, Douglas Gemta. Outside sentinel, Harry Dopple- hcucr. Chaplain, Alonzo Lcichliter. Trustee, C. A. Coughcnour. Representative to State .Council, N. E. Murphy. Alternative, Harry G. Witt. . . . The councillor appointed the fol- owing committees: Flag and school, W. B. Shaw, L. N. 3rcen and Harry Dopplcheuer. Funeral--L. K. Fisher. Delinquent--James W. Prinkcy, S. T. Erwin, K-. E. Long, N. E. Murphy and L. N. Green. Social--G. W. Shank, Roy W. Lindsay, F. M. HoiTmnn, Robert A. Leichlitcr and R. C. Ho\t. Plans were completed for a membership campaign to end June 30. Charles Hampshire was reported on relief, it being announced he had sulTcred a relapse alter having been working two days. S. T. Erwin, who with his wife and son, J. W., have since gone to Florida for a three months visit, made a brief talk. . AFTER" "HEADACHE No need to 10 throuth the day »uh x "haneovcr" headache that racks jour nf rrti and Interfere! with hujl- ncsj. Jujt take liquid CJtpudlnc and note bow quickly bead clear*, pen return* ana nerves are calmed and steadied. Pleasant to take and doein't "P'« stomach. Irr It for morninr afler. By dOM «t traf ftmatalni tod In 30o and coe bottles. FOR FEATURE TIME CALL 599 Wayne Morris Claire Trevor in STARTS FRIDAY PRISCILLALANE-WAYNE MORRIS JOHNNIE -SCAT DAVIS JANE BRYAN · EDDIE ALBERT RONALD REAGAN · JANE WYMAN /« HENRY 0-NEH, · Directed br WM. KE1OHLEY/ ,; Proentedbv WARNER BROS. s ./ THE NEW TODAY ® TOMORROW 9 FRIDAY Feature No. 1. WARMED THEMSELVES AT THE F I R E O F L I F E . . . ii they got singed o Comedy Shorts News Dorolhea Kent · Frank Jeaks Virginia Gtetj · Grant Mitclell Jeans · Marion Martin tr,u;lif HIIUI CJJIKIIli/!!«IIII lnl JUn i] ng cnlilt giimsu ricmt Feature No. 2 MEN'.OF Blazing » bullet-studded trail''; '» bring- the law to the frontier!^*Clarence E. Mulford's^ .(««,,,,«, WILLIAM BOYD^ i ~ * with G«»rgc Hay** · Ro*»rll*H*ytJen^ ctynVtnfcbU Clara, KimbaU Vow,/?

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