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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY (i, PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Joseph Joscsak and sons, Louis and Ernest, and daughter, Miss Irene, o£ South Connellsville left this atternoon for Washington, whcrc| they will visit Mrs. Joscak's' ion, Paul, who is located there, and other relatives and friends, for a few days. Oppmnn's Tnxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9ocl-tf. William Blasey of Vine street was a Pittsburgh visitor Monday. j Fur trimmed coats, cleaned and pressed, 70c. Simons Cash ^ Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement.--3ja"n-4t. · ElHo Nannini has returned to the University of Virginia at Richmond, j Va., having spent the holidays with ' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Etzio Nann'ni, of Race street. T "500"~and bingo, P. H. C. Hall, Thursday night. Admission 25c. Door prize, lunch.--Advertisement.-- 5jan-2t. _ Mr, and Mrs. Alvic Morris of Brownsville visited friends and relatives here New Year's Day. ;. Penny bingo, Jr. O. U. A. M., Odd Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg 1 street, Friday night, 8:30.--Adver- tisement.--6jan-2t. 1.. T. Sherwood, Jr., of Angle jtrcct returned to West Town Pre- f urutory School near Philadelphia jMonday. He spent the Yulctide vacation with his patents, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Sherwood. ~ Cluis. T. Giles, line watch repair- ahg. Sellers Arcade, S. Pittiburg St. --Advertisement.--Gjan-2tx. " Robert Posncr of Mount Pleasant has resumed his duties at the Posncr Jewelry Store in North Pittsburg street following a week's absence. Arthur and Lawrence Duggan, sons of Attorney and Mrs. John Duggun, Jr., of South Pittsburg street, have resumed their studies at Duqucsne University, Pittsburgh, following the holiday season. · Fran): Widmer of Witter avenue, who hns been a patient at the Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, for the past I eight weeks, was permitted to sit up 'lor the first time Tuesday. ! - Miss Martha Duggan has returned to Morgantown, W. Va., to resume "her studies at West Virginia University, having spent the vacation yllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dugr.an, o£ South Eighth street, .Greenwood. ;· Robert Hyatt of Gibscn avenue, .who has been employed at Apollo, was transferred to Connellsville .Monduy. Mr. Hyatt is employed by the West Pcnn Power Company. Mrs. Jay C. Stauftcr and daughter, Miss Catherine, of East McKecsport, Visited afthe homes of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Reagan o£ South Eighth, street, Greenwood, and Mr. and Mrs. George W. StauiTer of South Pitts- burs street Wednesday. Mrs. Stanley Crowe' of Pittsburgh lias returned home after a visit at t'oe home of her mother, Mrs. J. F. 2Vl;!«2cr. of South Eighth street, Grovnwood. MV. Alice Shultr has returned from Uniontosvn where she was the gueat of Mips Thelma.Honsaker. I', Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Galley and children, Ruth and Ralph, of Vanderbilt and Mrs. B. M. Wade of Perryopolis were Pittsburgh visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Elwood M. Keagy is visiting relatives at McConncllsburg. , ' Mrs. George Hartman of South Connellsville returned home Wednes,day from Oklahoma City, Okla., 'where she had been visiting relatives since the latter part of. October. She was called home by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Huey of South Connellsville. An improvement in the condition ot 3. S. Detwiler, who has been seriously ill at his home in East Cedar avenue, was reported today. Mrs. Detwiler Is rccovercing from an attack of influenza. Aunt 1 Met B.T UOBERT QU1LLEN "I don't see any sense in this new style of havin' a powder room, if that's all it's for. Women have got used to powderin' wherever they happen to be." Grim Reaper MRS. SARAH J. SCHENCK Mrs. Saiah Jane Schenck, a icsi- dent of the city for 58 years, died at 6:10 o'clock this morning at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.' Charles D. Bailey 212 East Green street. Mrs. Schenck was 79 "years old being born In Somerset July 7, 3858 the daughter of the late Samuel and Mary Elizabeth Shaffer. She was the widow of Winfleld Scott Schenck who died in 1914. She was also preceded in death by a son, Hairy Ellsworth Schenck, who died in 1919 Mrs. Schenck is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Cora Schenck Bailey of Connellsville and a son, Walter P chenck of Uniontown. There are Iso three sisters, Mrs. S. A. Snook f Johnstown, Mrs. Henry Eisc o 'lew Castle and Mrs. Harry L. Goron of Chicago; five grandchildren Robert 'C. ,and Harry W. Schenck ons of Harry E. Schenck, and Mary Tane, Thomas H., and Donald R. hildren of Walter P. Schenck, an hrcc great-grandchildren. She was a lifelong mcmbr .· of the First Christian Church of C onnells 'illc. Mrs. Schenck had bee i in fall ng health'for several montts and he death' was not unexpected. The funeral service will be heli Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock a he Bailey home. Rev. M*. L. Cadweli pastor of the Christian Church, wil officiate.. Interment will be in Hil rove Cemetery. MRS. SUSANNA REGO Mrs. Susanna Rego, 64 years old of Wick Haven, died Tuesday night i Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh whcr she had been a patient for a week Her husband, Joseph, died about 1 years ago. She Is survived by three daughters Mary, Helen and Anna. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning with requiem high mass' a the Smithton Catholic Church nt 1 o'clock with interment following i the church cemetery in charge of undertaking firm of Ira Blair Son of Perryopolis. Mrs. Louise Frock Heads New County . Assistance Board _; Special to The Courier. ~ UNIONTOWN, Jan. 6--Mrs. Louise B. Frock was elected president of the new Fayotte County Public Assistance Board at an organization meeting Tuesday in the courthouse · here. Mrs. Nellie B. Christy is the new vice-president and Mrs. Ruth Gladden secretary. "Four members of the County Mothers* Assistance Board were appointed to the assistance organization--Mrs. Christy, Mrs. Frock, Mrs Gladden an.d Mrs. Marie Canlstra the last named of Republic. Other members are Mrs. Virginia Newell Daniel Swaney and Howard Adams ffie last named of Perryopolis. -Mrs. Amanda S. Myers of Connellsville was named by the new board as provisional executive director of public "assistance in Fayette county. She formerly was executive secretary of the Mothers' Assistance Board. Heads Somerset Board. - SOMERSET, Jan. 6.--Richard H Krissinger, former county treasurer has been appointed executive director of the Somerset county branch of the Department of Public Assistance. MRS. SERETTA LEONARD MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. G.-- Vrs. Serctta Leonard, 27 years wife of Clyde Leonard of Tnrr, die at 1:15 o'clock this morning in Fric Memorial Hsopital. She had under gone an operation on Monday. Bu side her husband she is survived b one son. The funeral service will be ha Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at Moun Lebanon Methodist Episcopal Chun, at Tarr. Burial will b« in Moun Lebanon Cemetery. JOHN WESLEY I1UTSON MEYERSDALE. Jan. 6.--Joh Wesley Hutson, 75 years old, retire Somerset county farmer, died Mon day afternoon at the home of M and Mrs. Harry Gable of near San Patch, Larimer township, where h had been living for several year He was born here September 2 1802. His wife preceded him in dent He leaves a daughter, Mrs. Carr Shroyer of Eric. Shed at Airport Damaged. Uniontown firemen were called Connellsville Airport Wcdncsda night when fire broke out in a sma shed there. Damagc'to the bulldin eight by 10 feet, was slight. THE OLD .HOME TOWN By STANLEY SH-H- OTEX EP VJURGLEI? JUST CAME ANP PA«? UP IN CASH MONEY A THREE- Premier Mohammed Mnhmond Pasha ... tnUctt truublcd oflloo Premier of Egypt In 1828, Mo- hammctl Mnhmoucl Pasha, 35, above, once moro takes that office, imccccdlnR Nuhn.i Paalin, who resigned. Discord over Internal roliclos with the 18-year-old klnjr, Forouk, forced Nah.iB Pasha's realgvatlon. --ConfroJ Prctg DeSchweinifz Quits; Says Governor Plays Politics With Board Continued from Page One. was "satisfied with the outcome." She led the drive against He Sclnvoln- itz, charging that his administration of public assistance was "wasteful and inefficient." "Mr. De Schwcinitz never refuted the charges," she said, "and his action in resigning is just about proof of the charges-. 1 am glnd the Governor is putting someone in charge who will bring about a business administration, which is all that I was seeking." Referring to the appointment 0! the new county assistance boards De Schwcinitz said: "With the exception of one or two counties, these appointments have been dictated by the Democratic county chairmen, iinc! already the activities' of local ]xhticians in connection with these boards have been so evident that it was necessary for mo to issue n memorandum to the boards, warning them against political interference. . , "It is no longer a question of preventing politics from entering relief The door has already been opened.' DC Schwcimtz sind he could no · Cauied by Tired Kidney* Many o( o«« eoAirinr. bacetac. pnloful bftcka-l.*s people biamo on ootil* or ·train* »r« ofun c«u««i by Uml kidavyi,--KtKt rnur 1* mitvra « hen trriiteit In th0 right »ay. 'JbffkjdocfftKreN'atim'itcliKf w«y of ttktac virr*« acids nd poitonoui Wuto out of th« llooii. Most pcopl* put (bout U pmu ft d»y or ·bout 5 pouuiu of wuto. If the 15 miln of kidaiy tubea and filUr. uoa t wort w«ll. pouoflwui nut* mttUr tt»y« ,ia toe blood. Torn* potsorM m»y start ntec'nJ! backache*, rlieumatio pun*, IOM of p*p aaa ·nercy. tetttnc up nlehta, ·welknt, pufHaeu oadrr tho r%*», bt*dfcclie» and dtn!a«M. Doo't wit! Ajlc yotif drucpit for Doan'i 1Mb, mad njccf^fully by million* for OT«r 4O K *rs. Trjr fi\ e bappv r «li-f nud **ill Timlp th« rml» of kjln*y tub** flaih out poitonoui **»« from tb« blood. Gil Dou'f PilU. Last TJmes Today C05IIKG FttlUAY *tl»q Wkil« T»» r« AU«." "I SHU I'm J v » t · Cvvntry ··y *t Hiart.** M An My mil,- "Out »IH In M y A r m i . l i Wtrik Tw In My Dr«ami,*"'U«v» It Up l« Untk Local Applications Used In Cold and Sore Throat Guest Preachers Al Three Churches Will Speak Tonight At prayer services held by the individual congregations last evening, prayers and intercession were made for the "Holy Christian Church." The theme of the meditations was 'The Body and the Bride of Christ." Praise and thanksgiving were given to God, "who in His infinite wisdom 1 'established the church, for His providence and care o£ the church, for the universality of the church, for the church in every land, for the unity of the church in the midst of its diversities, for its influence upon individual lives and community life, for the men and women the church has sent forth into every walk of life, for the moral courage and fidelity it has inspired in many lives, for its works of benevolence and charity around the world, for the Head of church, for His gifts to His bride, namely His name, His book, His house, His day. His broken body and His shed blood, and His Holy Spirit as comforter and guide, for Christ love for the church." The services tonight will be held in the First Presbyterian, Baptist and Greenwood Methodist Episcopal churches. The speakers will be Rev. C, G. Shupe, Rev. Elmer A. Schultz and Rov. Paul E. Porath. At Dunbar, the service will be held in the Presbyterian Church with Rev. Reed as speaker. The theme for meditation will be "From tho East and West, the North and the South." On Friday evening the services will be held in the United Presbyterian, Christian and Methodist prot- cstant churches. At Dunbar the service will be at the Baptist Church. Suggested Scriptures reading arc Jno. 17, Acts 12, 1-19; 30, 17-28; 1 Thess, 5,25; 2 Thess, 3, 1-5; 1 or, 1, 1-9; 14, 1-9; Eph. 6, 20-20; Phil. 4, 4-7; James 5, 13-20; Jude 1, 20-25; Revelations Chapters z, 3, 5-8. I PASTORS MAY FORM COUNTY ASSOCIATION Ci from Page One. By LOOAX CLENDENINQ, M. D. THE USE OF local medicines for gargling «nd irrigation of the nose, and local applications In tcutc Inflammation of the nose and throat, la probably second In Importance to bed rent In the t r e a t m e n t ot these c o n d 1- tionn. A great deal of their efficacy, h o w e v e r , de- p e n d s o n what stage the course the disease they are used and In what conditions. Dr. Ctendenlnx The chapter on t h e c o m m o n cold In the lateit textbook on medicine (Cecil, fourth edition) says that In the early stage of the common cold a silver nitrate application to the throat result* in a groat deal of relief, but that the nose ·hould not be touched In the acute tttage. If this U true, it la a good thing, for most medication for the common cold It lelf-medlcatlon, and nobody con make applications to hla own noaa. So far M silver nitrate ipplica Uons to the throat are coneerncd, I would like to warn everybody that while they may shorten the course of the disease, they certainly are very uncomfortable, and even painful, for aome hours after the application U made. When the secondary «tag« of the common cold occurs, with profuse mucous discharge, cough and expectoration, gargling and irrigation of the nose are quite In order. In my opinion, the heat of the solution Is more Important than the nature of It, and the best Is ordi- nary salt .solution in water, snuffed up the noso from the palm of the \and, as hot as ciui be borne. This dislodges mucus and relieves con- gcstlon. Its only purpose Is to nake the patient more comfortable. OH Sjiray Soolhlnp Some people may prefer spray- Ing with the commonly used nasal oils which contain liquid petrolatum, cucalyptol, menthol, camphor or thymol, and they undoubtedly arc soothing, and after they have been In place a while they help to dislodge mucua and Infections secretions. Chronic nose and Hlnus infection can be treated in much the name way, probably the best solution being 1 per cent menthol and camphor In liquid petrolatum. In chronic cases with crusts, hydrogen peroxide Is useful in loosening the crusts preliminary to their removal by Irrigation. Tampons of cotton moistened with peroxide are also useful In this way and In con- trollng nose bleed. Sore throat, tspecially in children, should never be allowed to go on unless someone acquainted with the appearance of diphtheria has made an examination. For ordinary sore throut Infections and the beglnninTM of bronchitis, in both of which an annoying' cough may irritate and Interfere with sleep, the old remedy of lozenges In not uaed sufilclently. Probably the most good they do Is from the sugar content, but those which contain a small amount of menthol or camphor are soothing, and a box should be kept at tho sklo of the bed at night so that they can be used If the patient Is awakened I of the county and have these send representatives to the proposed county group. Rev. Clark said that a suivcy of the mountain districts and the coke region might be made to learn how pastoral visitation and preaching miKht be better developed; a survey of conditions of the so-called road houses of the county and their harmful influences, both physically and morally, and a survey of communities where there seems to be an overlapping of Christian ministry on the part of exceedingly small congregations with the resultant study of how these could be merged. The morning session was in. the form of a ministerial retreat under the leadership of Conncllsvllle's pastors. Rev. A. R. Mansbergcr presented a masterful and inspiring meditation on the three important verbs of Christian lite. "The sweetest words ever spoken were: 'Come unto me all ye that arc weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest'; the great source ot power, 'Tarry ye until ye receive power' and the great obligation, 'Go ye into all the world,' " Rev. Mans- bcrger said. The afternoon devotions were conducted by the Brownsville ministers. The complimentary dinner was served by women of the Uniontown church. P. W, Va. Loan Extension Granted WASHINGTON, Jan. 6.--The Interstate Commerce Commission has conditionally approved a one-year extension of the Pittsburgh St West Virginia Railways' $3,725,207 RFC loan which became due on December 31, 1937. At the same time the commission authorized the carrier to issue two promissory notes totalling $1,311,314 In renewal or extension of existing notes of like amount. The notes are for the purpose of renewing bank loans of like amounts. In authorizing extension of the RFC loan, the commission imposed a condition that the bank loans be extended for a similar period. \biill have more funwken tKeSKINis clear from WITHIN Get* State Job. HARRISBURG, Jan. 6.--The State Highways Department personnel change sheets, made public today, listed 14 appointments, live dismissals and 10 promotions. Appointments included--South'Penn tunnel survey --Jack Waide, Sqottdale, chairman, salary $1,020. Golf on Mountain Top. MELBOURNE, Jan. 6.--Australia went in for high golf playing when it staged a marathon over a five-mile course across the summit of Mount Majoro. Fifty-two players entered the marathon, C. Heancy winning out in 71 strokes and three hours of playing. by coughing. The HUbject of gargling Is a large one, which will be taken up tomorrow. longer continue as secretary without Earle's "active backing of the pro- jram he claims to support." HARRISBURG, Jan. 6.--Governor George H. Earlc summarily dismissed Deputy Secretary of Public Assistance Howard L. Russell today because of "disloyalty and insubordination." Earle apparently based his abrupt action on a speech by Russell last night before a Harrisburg audience, In which he joined with resigning Public Assistance Secretary Karl de Schweinilz in accusing the Earle Administration of Injecting politics into relief. Shrimp Tried in Alaska. PORTLAND, Oic., Jan. G.--An attempt js being made by the U. S. forest service to introduce fresh water shrimp into the lakes of Al- ask.i national fotestb. The second shipment of the crustaceans has just Sisters to Wed Brothers. BELLE VERNON, Jan. 6.--Myrna Vannucci will marry Sllvis Biaglni and her sister, Emma, will wed her future husband's brother, William, probably at a double ceremony.. Both families reside here. TVTO man or woman wants to have a J.N finger poked at them or receive sympathy because of an unhealthy »Un appearance. Some skin troubles are tough lo cor* rect, but ue do know this--skin tissues like the body itself roust be fed from wit/iiti. To raaVe the food we cat available for strength and energy, there must be an abundance of rcd-blood'Cdls. Sis. Tonic builds these precious red cells. It is a simple, internal remedy, tested for generations and also proten by scientific research. You. too. will want to take S.S.S. Tonic to regain and lo maintain your icd-blood'Cclls... to restore lost weight -- to regain energy...-to strcngthea ncncs... and to giic to jour skin that natural health glow. Take the S.S.S. Tonic treatment and shortly )ou thould be delighted with the way jon feel... and have your friends compliment you on the w ay )ou look. Available at any drug store. been completed, Juncau. fiom Seattle to Marriage Licenses Gain. GREENSBURG, Jim. 6.--Register of Wills Herbert Wirsmg's ofllce issued 2,531! marriage licenses in 1937 as compaicd with 2,140 in 1936 while fees of $21,989 87 were collected last year an increase of S2.930.12 over the previous year. Under Direction of A. XotonoHlos I'uhllx Tlicntrcs LAST TIMES TODAY Tliaf Merry 3Inilcn] JANE WITHERS in "45 FATHERS" with Tliomns livck nntl Ionise Henry Also Tho Undid Itninulers In "GHOST TO OICOST HOOK-Ul"' Plus 'GIVE TILT. IT HUNTS' Crime Does Jfol, I'ny Series, and Latest Sows, Cartoon Ito Wwfe Tint Stiftt Fw la E»i Bit b teertei! (UJK KKXT ATTI!ACTION SEE! ! llmv Tnclo Sum lliinillo- His j'ulilic ' Knoniy I'rolilcm. Stnrriiit; John Lifrel nnil Ann Sheridan VSSSOtTtD BY WUWZK BROS. A COSMOPOLITAN rHODUCTIOM A Flnt rhtofu! Picuu* THE iQISSOM NEW TODAY AND TOMORROW DOUBLE I'JiATUKE See It With Your Own Eyes! The PANAY BOMBING A 3-Reel Feature filmed by Universal Pictures One of the gravest "incidents" o f modern times . . . shows the Japanese p l a n e s bombing and sinking a U. S. gunboat. Plus LUPE VELEZ M A R J O K I E LORD MARGARET DUMONT 1 A C K C A R S O N Dinctod by Edward Cllna. Produced by Leo Marcus. Scroon play by Bonny Rubin, Bart Granft. Byron Morgan C K O . R A D I O P l C T U K f E"

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