The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 18, 1939 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 18, 1939
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PAGE SIX THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVrLLE, P.V. WEDNESDjAY, JANUARY IS, 1930. lESQA' V, , PERSONAL MENTION Jack M Collins is. ill of grip ut his homu m Penn stiect Start the new year right vv ith a complete set of new ledgers, day books and cash books Loose leaf supplies and Shaw-Walker filing equipment Everything for the office at Kestncr's Book Store, 125 W Apple St -- Adv ci tiscmcnt -- Gjan-18t C B Newmycr returned today to Patcrson N J , ifter having visited over the weck-uid \\ith his parents, AT and Mrs Bert Ncvvmjci, of Van- dcrbilt "\Ii Nevvmjcr is pastor of tho Si-ven D.IJ Adventist Church at Paterson Altcimg. lUining, icpming Simons Cash . Cany -- Advcitisc- ment -- 17jau-4t Miss Eleanor Novaskv, clerk at the. J G McCioiy stoic is ill at her home in North Sixth street Puic Mlk crepe hose special 29e Panccs 1 - Shop -- Advcitiscmcnt -- 18-1 Mi ,md Mis Peter R Wcimcr of WUli Road and Mis William N Hirlcraan of South Pittsburg bticel will Itav e Thursdav for S irasota, Fla , to spend the vv inter months. Mr* Hurlcm ia v\ ill v isit Ucc pircixts, Mr and Mrs E. S Mirsh Keystone Club iird pattj tonight, Odd Fellows Temple, 8 45, 25c -- Ad- vcitisemcnt -18jan-U Edgar Swartzvvelder of Kane is ill at the home of his parents. Mr and Mrs. Blair S Swartzvvcldei, South Prospect street. Miss Emma Snjdcr is suffering from a broken light hand which she received when she fell down .1 (light of steps at hti home in Johnston av u.ue John W Hay, better known as "Pike, ' wbo had beer, a patient at the Connellsville S'alc Hospital, was removed to the Meicy Hospital, Pittsburgh Mi Hay, who suffered. a fracture of the back and broken rib while at vioik for the Baltimore Ohio Railroad, is getting along nicely He is a brakenun in the Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN "A good roast costs more; but I was raised m the country, and a company dinner just don't seem respectable unless I fix a hen." Grim Reaper Mr and Mis J G Schmidle and Mr and Mrs Earl Sharp motored to llarnsbuig and witnessed the m~ augurabon ot Governor Arthur H. James Tuesd ty Mi and Mrs Robert McBetli of Leisenring No 1, had .is their guests Sunday Mi and Mrs Edward Spnggs and soni, Alfied, Leonard, and Arthur of Pittsburgh and Mr. and Mrs. John. Russman of Connellsville, R D 2 Mrs. Bobert H Hylton of Chicago is spending a months viMt with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Durbm of Dawson Mrs W H. Tharp of Grandview avenue left this morning for a week's visit with relatives in Hartford City, Ind Local Odd Fellows Wii! Send Class To UpisnJown Tonight General Worth 1-ncampmcnt, Odd Fellows, ot CoanelLv ille will tako a class ot candidate-, to Uniontown tonight for a county eljss initiation which will be m charge of the Point Marion degree team. The class is part of, the \Vildey anniversary program in honoi of the founder of American Odd Fellowship Candidates and members will meet at the temple in South Pittsburg street at 7 o'clock. A shoi t business session, is listed foi 6 30 o. clock to take up omc important matters JOHN W ZIMMERMAN John Wilson Zimmerman, 78 years old, died at 9 07 o clock Tuesday night at his home at Hillcrcst after a several months' illness He. suffered a stroke last July and had been bedfast since Mr Zimmerman was a son of Nathaniel and Susan Zimmerman, born February 21, 1860, in Fulton county He v\ as a school teacher for a while in Fulton county before coming to Cormelliv ille m 1889 where he engaged in grocery businesi in the Weihe building on. Brimstone eoroer Later he was associated with J. A. Zimmerman and tho Crossen Brothers in business He had been retired for the past 15 years Twice married, Mr Zimme-rman leaves bis second wife, Orne- M. Law son Zimmerjxian, *vhom he married January 29, 1890, and these children Mrs. Olive Sharp of Plum Run, Pa, a daughter by his first marriage, Mrs Adah Lcekemby of McKeesport, John P. Zimmerman o£ Moncssen, Mrs. Clco Butz of Pitti- burgh, Joseph P. Zimmerman of Youngstown, Ohio, and Mrs. Paul V. Dnscoll ot Uus city He also leaves two brothers, and one sister, S G. Zimmerman of Baden, George Zimmerman of McCoofc, Neb, and Mrs, J. C. Maun of McConncllsburg. There are 12 grandchildren The funeral service will be at the home at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon with Rev. L. S Elliott, pastor of tile First Methodist Church, officiating. Burial \vvU be- In Hill Grove Cemetery Sportsman Appeals For Feeding Birds A wildlifer toduj issued an appeal to people--eveiywheie--to feed birdb and annnulb, while bnow covers the ground i Placing iuet in tiees, out of the reach of cats, and grain, cot rots and cabbage wheie birds and rabbits tan gel them were suggested. Mrs Jennie Hanger Dies. Mrs. Jcnruc J Hanger, 74, widow of Henry F Hanger who passed away 12 years ago, died Sunday morning nt the home of her daughter, Mrs. William J Long at BrownbWllc, after n Ungciing illness She leaves her daughter, a sister, Mrs. Florence Roberts, and four brothers, John and Thomas Jenkins of North Charleroi, George Jenkins ot Toronto, Ohio, and Robert Jenkins of West Virginia. The funeral mass \\as held Wcdncs- diy morning in St Peters R C. Church at Brownsville Interment was nude in St Joseph's Cemetery at Scottdale Held in Slaying GEORGE C. EICHER George Cover Eicher, 76. years old died at 4 25 o'clock this morning uf his home on Specrs Hill at Dunbai lifter a lingering illness He had re- ndcd at Dunbar for 70 years A machinist, he had been employee for 30 years by the old Dunbar ^urnace and foi the past 20 years by the West Penn Power Company He is sun ived by his wife, Mrs 31la Martin Eicher, three children s Maude Eicher, a nurse at Oi City, Miss Pearl Eicher, at home, n teacher in the Dunbar township schools, and Mrs. Charles Hennessey of Fairchancc. one brother, Frank Eicher of Uniontown' six grand' children, and one great-grandchild Mr Eicher was a member of Dunbar Council, Junior Order of-United American Mechanics. The funeral service-will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at th lomc with Rev A A Harms of th Foirchancc Baptist Church and Rev O. G Cook ot the Dunbar Methodis Episcopal Church officiating Interment will bo in Mount Auburn Cemetery at Dunbar. MRS MARGARET MILLER Mrs Margaret Miller, 73 years olc widow of John. H. MlUor, died a 10 30 o'clock this morning at he home at Inkan Head after a linger ing illness. Mrs. Miller was born in the Indian Head vicinity, a daughti r of the lat James and Hannah F-ritts, and ha spent all of her life in that viclnty She was one of the best known resl dents of tho county She was preceded in death abou 25 cars ago by her husband, Sh leaves a son, Joseph R Miller, nn two daughters, Mrs Coia Prltls an Mn Maude Brooks, wife ot Clyd B Brooks, nil of Indian Head. Ther arc two step-daughters, Mrs Jamc Y Kuhns of East ConnellsvUlc nn Mrs. Hettio Miller of Wooddalc, thrc brothers, John Prills of NormalvllU Osbornc Prills of Iron Bridge, Jaco B. Pntts of Indian Head, nnd two sis tcrs, Mis Elizabeth Sparks of India Head, and Mrs. Sadie Pnnkey c Normalvllle Theic are also 15 grandchildre and 13 great-grandchildren Paul Ccrvcnck, 21, of Natrons, Pa (near Pittsburgh), is pictured after he admitted he had bcit^n 7D-car- old Mrs. Naponoccna Jarzj ski, following quarrel oxer romantic linking of their names, according to police. The aged woman was first thought to lia\e died in fire which gutted her home (Central Press) SAMUEL V. GIBSON Samuel V. Gibson, 54 years old former resident of Connellsville, die at 1 30 o'clock this morning nt h home, 37 Haco Place, Uniontown Mr Gibson was a former residcn of East Conncilsvlllc nnd had bee engaged in business here as a con trader foi a number of years. H and his \vife moved from this cil lasl December 9 lo Uniontown Surviving, in addlllon lo his wlfc. ure ihcse brothers and sisters Georg of Clarksburg, W Va, Mrs Mar Morrison of Pittsburgh, and Mr Martha Hugg of Wierton The body will lie In state at Ih Charles C. Mitchell funeral chape until 1 30 o'clock Saturday nflcrnoo when a service v.111 be held thcr with Rev R c Fickhng, pastor Se\enth Da Ad\ enlists ot Green burg, officlallng Burial will be mad in Maple Grove Cenulory at Ohio pylc IIARRV HuiT) Ed\\ird Uplon. foui-mon'h. old son of Harvey and Mai-v Clai Upton, died of pneumonia Tucsdii afternoon at his home neai Leiscn ames Tackles tale's Many Hard Problems Continued from Page One , Lawrence, swung back over the round c/t that unprecedented oigani- ition session two weeks ago, to ac- 'inpllsh these results 1--Seating of thice Republican cmitors--A H Lctzler, Clcarflcld, Fred Thomas Mercer, and John G nowden Lycoming -- who were iircd from previous loll calls by cmocratic parliamentary maneu- eis 2--Rejection of 80 Dcmociatic Sen- Le employes, including the secretary nd chief clerk, who were nppiovcd y the Democrats two weeks ugo hile the then Demociatic Lieutenant lovcrnor, Thomas Kennedy, as residing officer, tied tho hands of ic Republican senators with purlia- icntary rulings 3--Substitution of Rcpublican- riwn rules for those of the Demo- rals With a Republican Licu'emnt Governor, Samuel S Lewis, in the liair, and a voting strength of 26 to 1, the G O P accomplished its cb- ectives Lewis, who was administered his ith of office before noon yestcrdi y Supcnor Court Judge Arthur H. ^mes an houi before he becimc the Ith Governor nnd relinquished his robes, convened the 5cn itc t 4 P. M post-inuugurnl session Promptly, Governor James recoiled 11 major unconfirmed appointments t his predecessor and submitted th" ommatious of 1C Cabinet positions Acquiring Senate approval Demo- rats temporarily held up Immediate ~onsidcration of the executive noml- atlons when Republicans refused to xsrmlt the Democratic patronage Into to stand Since ·) two-third vote of the 50 lectcd senators Is required for ap- roval of James appointment," nnd hamber is so evenly divided po- tically. Democratic consent is neccs- ary After a late night caucus the Jemocmtic bloc, through Minority "'loor Leader Harry Sh iplro, Phlla- lelpliia, announced that "we are wiling and hippy to go along on till abinct appointments but Major Lynn Adams and William J Hamilton "We do not sav that we will con- Inue lo oppose these two men, 1 Sh ipiro said, ' b u t we want them to come before a Senate committee w ith Democratic representation. If they jn answer a few questions satisfac- only, thc rmy be approved It was undsrs'.ood there would be more opposition to Ha-nilton than to Adams, who formerly headed the SUite Police nnd resigned after the unit was merged with the Highway "'atrol under Commissioner Percy W Footc. Hamilton is sheriff of Philadelphia James probably will designate deputies to operate the two deportments pending Senate approval of the appointments. Film Star XJndcr Knife. HOLLYWOOD, Jan 18--Williim Lowell of the movies underwent nn operation for adhesions at the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital ring No 3 In addition to his parents he i survived by the following brothers and sisters Roy, Walter, Warren jConard, Dolores and Beatrice, all a lomc The funeral service will be hole at the home at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon with Rev. George E Krupp, pastor of the United Prcsby tcnan Church, officiating Buna will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery, In charge of Funeral Director Charle A McCoimick WILLIAM II. TROUT MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan 18 -William H. Trout, 92 years old, died at 5 - 15 o clock Tucsdny evening a the. Jiome of his son, Jesse Trout, a Mew Stanton He is survived by th following children Oliver Trout Hunker, R D. 1, Mrs Minnie Wai: Scottdalc; Mrs. Molhc Gaffncj, New Stanton; Mrs Ida Scehoffcr, Hunk cr, R D, 1; Jesse Trout, New Slant on; Mrs Elkabeth, Sechrist, Scott dale, and Amos H Trout, Mrs Bessi Greenavvnlt and Mrs. Rachel Kam ercr, all of Hunker, R. D 1 There ir also 98 grandchildren Funeral arrangements have no been completed. Burial, however T.U11 be In Old ZIon Cemetery nea Alvcrton DAVID ORK SMITH David Orr Smith, 61 yeais old, em ployed In the mines at Ncmncolln fa n number of years, died Monday a Uniontown Hospital, after an lllncs. of pneumonia. He was a nntlve o. Scotland No Cure for Cold But There's Relief " -- i Dr. Clendening Outlines Some Effective Methods of Treatment to Ease Uncomfortable Irritation Bj LOGAN CLENDUNING, M. D "//ere lite OKI wife, Samantha Proc- loi, \ SA' Lctchttli a cold and uonW not doctor. She could not tiny, she had to go, Praise God from uhctn all blcta- ings flow' DOCTOR 1 ; wish this ancient Now England epitaph wcro scicntificnll} accurate Unhappilj.sofixr ns they know, Mr* Proctor v,ould have been just an badly off if she had "doctored". No doctor knows any cure for a cold 'But it should be nddod Hint an analytical atiith of the inscription would require us to siy that Mrs Proctor probnli.y didn't have a cold at all Colds do not kill, and incidentally, in nplt« of statements to the contrary, tho do not "run into' anthing that kills.) But although co'ds cin't be curf rf, the} can be relieved There arc many cold remedies, but there is nothing mvstcnous about them The ingredients arc well known, and nobody has a corner on them Cold remedies can be classified as follows 1. Physical Therapy. The best Dr. CUndcninp will answer questions of gcnenl interest only, nnd then only through his column known example Is tho sweat Best sweat la still the mustard foot bath A tcaspoonful of domestic mustard tied in a linen bag is allow ed to so ik m » quart of cool water. When the patient Is ready, add a gallon of water at 110 or 115 degrees. 2. Inhalants Aromatic substances rcJuced to steam, breathed in, soothe and help to hasten healing of inflamed bronchial tubes Youcin get them at any druggist's. Best known aro compound tincture of benzoin, th\mal, menthol and cam phor, cucalyptol, oil of white pine. Method Important The method of giving an inhalant is important Just to throw it on a pan of hot water and get over it under a towel Is irritating to tho skin around tho mrtuth and nose. The best scheme is to get a large rubber tube Put the medicine on lop of ttcammg water in a pitcher. Cover tho top of the pitcher with a towel, and thrust the rubber lube under the towel and breathe in. 3 To rub on tho cheat. Coulter irritant} They make your cold feel better because they take away the soreness in the chest, but mostls because after thcj arc rubbed on the chest, they vaporize and you breathe this soothing vapor as an inhalant. None is better than old-fashioned Hartshorn Liniment, which is mostly ammonia water {should cost about ten cents a bottle). 4. To tpray or fnuff up the nose The newest and most effective ding of this sort is benzedrine Oily sprays can be made from menthol and camphor, two aolidt wh ch, when rubbed together, liquefy, oil of cucalj plus, oil of cinnamon, or oil of clove The Aromatic spriiy, which is official in the National Formulary, and therefore can be supplied b any druggist, contains most of thc«c No Drug Is Cure 5 To bf tal.fii by mouth There is no drug which will cure a cold, but many give a sense of relief. The most widely used is aspirin, it takes away the nchj feeling. In a careful series of experiments a few years ago Dr. DichI, of the University of Minnesota, found that only codeine / was effective In shortening a cold 6. Cough medicine* These do most good because they »r« sugary and aromatic and soothe the larynx on the way down Coughing gets to be a reflex from an inflamed throat after it has kept up omc time. Syrup of wild cherry Is the favorite ingredient. Ammonium chloride will be found in most cough mixtures It is excreted through tho bronchial mucosa and thus loosens a c Cough lozenges and * 'Ac*. Troches of elm arc official Tht net in the same way as cough medicines, b soothing the throat. THREE MACHINES FIGURE IN CRASH Occupants of. three automobiles sc.iped injury Sunday evening al- lougli their machines were damaged o the extent of §200 m a collision on ic Springfield pike. The accident occuircd, according to Ute Motor Police when cars op- iated by J W Nutter of Connells- llp .md Alva Smith of Scoltdalc idcswiped in passing, sending the mith vehicle out of control. It weived to the right of the load and it a cai ot Roy S Goswick of Gibson venue, Connellsville, paikcd off the icrm, officers said NOTE Seven p»»phlcU hj Dr CltndtnlnK t*n now bt ofeulntd b7 MndlnK 10 e«al« ID coin, tor Meb. md * talf «dlrw«l rnvt!op« BUmrHl with K thr«^«nl «Ump to Dr Loctn Cl*nden Ina. In e»r« of thU p*p«r. Th« pctnphlru art! "Thr«« W«V* Kcduc'oi; Dlel . In- dlralion awl Coiutlpitfftn* Rcdaelar ·nd C«lnln«'. · Int.nt F»dlni'. In- · truclton* tor Uit Treatment of Dlar^t**", Fwnlaln* Hy?Ua«" »nd "Tba C«7« o{ UM ud Skin. Fights "Seizure" Two Suspects Held On Assault Charges UNIONTOWN, Jan 18--Arrested on suspicion of being Involved In th assault and robbery of Joe Knputa inm \tc ot the Fayette County Home when he visited a Falrchancc bee garden, Joe Price, 36, and Donalc Mausl, 27, both of F,urchance, \vcrc held for court by Aldciman Georgi Smith They are charged with as sault and batteiy and lobbeiy It is charged that the two sav Papula flash money In a bcei garden "ollowing him and relieved him o $35 Officers say Kaputa was intoxl cated Maust n icportcd to hive confessei and involved Price Kaputa had received the mono. !rom an insurance company for in unes suflercd when he was knocke down by an automobile. Governor George D Aikcn, of Vermont, voted a defense fund of $67,600 by the state legislature to fight encroachment of state property by the federal government, urges congress to amend the federal control act to-prevent the taking of otato land* and waters without consent. The cause of the action is a proposed federal flood-control dam across the Ompompindosuc river at Union Village, 50 miles from Montpcher. (Central Prcat) Firemen's Board To Meet Saturday Board of control of the Western Pennsylvania Firemen's Association will meet at Ellwood City Salurday night, January 21 The assoclalion will hold its 1939 convention at that plai.0 August 7 to 12, inclusive TODAY ONLY ,·- tUrivk \.r.» O*IU K .jltE'lNOLDS HILLIE'nnOMUYj., -- PIUS-- --Also-^01? I 1) JiLWS THURSDAY Scout Civic Service Committee to Mee .7 W Carlton, chairman of th District Boy Scout Committee, ha called a meeting of hib committe for Thuisd.iy evening at 8 o'clock i the Fli it Methodist Episcopal Churd to diituss plans foi the nnrual Scou banquet during anniversary week 1 Februao Among other mattcis to be do tei mined is fixing the date. District Luther v\ony Witnesses Against Benny in Smuggling Case NEW YORK, Jan 18--Albeit N Chapoiau cffesscd master smuggler, vill testify against one of his alleged lients Jick Denny, \\hcn the famous adlo comedian goes on trial January 14 it was Icirncd today Otliet witnesses will include the adio stage and sciecr team of George Burns and Gracie Allen, Jack Peail, comcdiun, and Kenny Baker, singer Chapciau pleided guilty to the indictment Bonn) will contest while 3urns has pleaded guilty to another mugglmg Indictment growing out of Chapcrau's actiwtics Enlist in Arm} Seigeint James H Smith, charge of the Uniontown recruiting station of the United State's Army, innounied 14 additional enlistments n 11 e neguni Aimv Rcscr\Cjj Latest enrollments include Jcrvis A 'S Stalk, Jr, of Ohiopyle and Thurman D Tlmms of Waltcrsburg George Umiak Dies. SOMERSET, Jan 18 --George ludik, 82, retired employe of the Berwtnd White Coal Company at .Vlndbcr, died Saturday* night at his Wmdber home He lea\cs Ins wife, two children, 17 giandchlldren and eight grandchildren League Officers Meet January 21 A eonfeiencc oC tho department seci claries of the Gieensburg District of the Luthci League will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, January 21, in the First Lutheran Church at Greensburg Ralph Richey of Connellsville will diicuss extension woik, Jack Markle of Hunker education and John Eckard of Scottdale sustaining membership The meeting will be in charge of President Martin Gerks of Connellsville Attend Inauguration. Among Dunbar persons who attended the inauguration of Governor Aithur H James at Harnsburg yesterday were Gerald Rossi, Cecil Smith, Patsy Ciamacco, Ed Crow, Jamie DcBlasio, Louis Cuperaggi and George Trimbath W. 51 TrJckctt Dies. William Miller Trickctt, 84, died Friday at the home of a daughter, Mrs Charles Smith at Morgantown, W. Va His surviving children include Miss Lucy Trickctt of. Scoltdale. Infant Dies. A daughter, born at 3 30 o'clock this morning to Mr and Mrs Cole- mnn Shcppaid of Van Meter, died at 5 o'clock at Conncllsville State Hospital IF YOU FEEL Read this and cheer up An* yon no bJuo that llf« fi no longer worth llvlns? Doyoucryrailly? Do you fwl low. moan, depr*nod~:!iut *b«olutcly 3UNKT 1 hen hero's good new* (or you In cew you need · sood goncrnl ayatom tonic--Juat Uko farooot J dla E l'Inkh*m'» Vtfi*t*mo C«»- K uml LA( fU wholwomv hcrfe* anj rooU Ip Nature build up rooro physical mist* anew and ton« up jour »y»t«m B0th*tltc« more «a»Uy throw off the blue* ' and clve more *ncrey to enjoy life MILT lOMS of women have depended upon tliii Conpound »nd h«vc puiad the word slooiE to friends and neighbors, end to their children Why not takn Pinkbnu'* Compound »nd Eo"MtalltnR thru "f "What a spot! Can't get her... or forget her!" 'Kiss me, Dick, if you can..,and I bet you can't!" T*Tf* n Lot Dick Powell Olivia DeHavilland CHARLES WINNINGER ALLEN JENKINS BONITA GRANVILLE MELVILLE COOPER A WARNER BROS. PICTURE V1SO 003U:»Y, NEWS, CAItTOOJf OUK NEXT ATTRACTION Feature No. 1 Two Great Stars in the Greatest Love Story Ever Told! THE NEW TODAY o TOMORROW Feature No. 2 SHE LIVED A SCARLET LIE! Broadway ihow strl becomes re viva Mil ...In a drama of night clubs and camp meeting that pocks a mighty heatt wallop. FRIDAY Fake ovangoHjm exposed in a seji- fational story of Cr/maaixf Faith I Producod b B P FINEMAN Directed by lESllE 0 COMEDY yews · SHOUTS

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