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January 8, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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SATURDAY. JANUARY S, 103S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL.LSVJLLE, PA. PAGE FIVE. PERSONAL MENTION* 1 hair Also Mrs. Frank K. Bailey of Ohiopyle and well known in Conncllsville, is confined to her bed by illness. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. Mrs. Charles K. Donnelly und Mrs. Fred Oppcrman visited in Pittsburgh . Wednesday. "500" and bingo, P. H. C. Hall, tonight. Lunch, door prize. Admission 25c.--Advcrtiscmcnt.-8-jan.-lt. x Miss Lulu C. Stark is ill at her -'home at Trotter. If you want the latest in styles, call Miss Jordan, 2034. specials on permanent waves this week: $3.50 wave, 2 for S5. Mrs. C. H. Bowermaster.--Advertisement. --8jan-lt. Mrs. J. N. Kidd of Dunbar was a Pittsburgh visitor Thursday. Jack Lambert of Isabella is spend- Jng the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lambert, of East Patterson avenue. Miss Virginia Duggan, employed in Pittsburgh, is spending the week-end with her parents, Attorney and Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., of South Pittsburg street. Miss Unny Mocklc of Prospect visited friends at Greensburg Friday. Miss Mary Turpak, employed here, is visiting at her home at Star Junction over the week-end. Mrs. James H. Dunn of Uniontown, formerly of Connellsvillc, who has been ill for some weeks past, has rested more comfortably the last few days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. McRobbic and son, Henry W., Jr., of Snyder street and Mrs. James W. Buttcrmore ot thie Colonial Apartments motored to Pittsburgh this morning. Mrs. Mc- Robbic and Mrs. Buttermore arc spending the day as the guests of Mrs. Anna Newby of Mount Lebanon. Dr. Don C. Fosselman and son, Don C. Jr., attended a banquet of the Culver Alumni given Friday night at the . Harvard-Yalc-Princc- ton Club, Pittsburgh, in honor of General L. R. Gignilliat. Don C., Jr., attends the summer sessions of Cul- ..vcx Military Academy. Dies of Exposure. SOMERSET, Jan. 8. -- George Scaife, S3, of Mine No. 42, near Windber, died Thursday morning at the foot of an embankment where he had rolled after collapsing while walking along a railroad track. A railroader found the man after pursuing a track of blood left by -vScaif's bare feet which had been cut. Dr. F. E. Sass, county coroner, attributed death to exposure. He got up during the night, clad in Ms underwear and u shirt, and went outdoors unknown to others in the family. There arc 21 children. Snow Suits (any size) 55e Skirts : 35c Any Sweater 35c Fur-Trimmed Coats 70c Any Plain Dress · 6Qc Men's Suits- 60c Gloves 20c Neckties 3 for 25c KKEE PICK-DP A'I) DELIVERY Phone 1965 Cash Carry Cleaners 157 W. Crawford Avenue. 921 West Crawford Avenue. Aunt Het . By ROBERT QU1LLEN "I reckon the President don't make mistakes. He said back in '33 that he'd drop any plan that turned out to be wrong, and he ain't dropped anything yet." Special Evangelistic Services Open Sunday At Alverton Church Grim Reaper JAMES TURNER James Turner, colored, 53 years and five days old, of House 149, Trotter, died Friday morning at 1:20 o'clock in Brownsville General Hospital. Mr. Turner was born at-Albany, Ca., January 2, 1885. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Turner; one daughter, Mrs. Lucille Braxton; n son-in-law, Moses Braxton; two grandchildren, Windcrlia and Calvin J. Braxton, all nt home, and one brother, George Turner of Albany, Ga. , The funeral will be held Monday afternoon with a brief service at 1 o'clock at the late home at Trotter followed by full rites at 1:30 o'clock at the Mount Zion Baptist Church on the West Side. Rev. R. D. Epps -will officiate. Interment will be made in Hill Grove Ccmtcry. MRS. MAT C. CAMPBELL SCOTTDALE, Jan. "8.--Mrs. May C. Campbell, 65 years old, died Friday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. W. Kurd, of 612 Arthur avenue, after a prolonged illness. She was a member o£ the First Presbyterian Church here and the Eastern Star at Clarion. She had been a resident of Scottdale for three years, having previously resided at Clarion. Surviving arc a daughter and a son,. Mrs. Kurd and H. C. Campbell of Dempscytown; also four grandchildren. The body was removed to the Murphy funeral home, where friends may call this evening and Sunday. The funeral scrivcc will be held at Clarion Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be in Clarion Cemetery. JAMES E. FOX MOUNT PLEASANT. Jan. 8.-James Buchanan Fox, 8 years old, died at 11:11 o'clock Friday night at his home. Hunker R. D. 2, o£ pneumonia. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lillie Mae Fox, and the following children: Charles M. Fox of Hunker R. D. 2, James E. Fox of Hunker R. D. 1, Mrs. Ethel Sebek o£ Wyano, William K. Fox of Youngwood and Paul H. and -Gertrude L. Fox, both at home. Six grandchildren also survive. He was a member of the Seanor's Reformed Church where funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. Interment will be made in the church cemetery. HARBAUGH FUNERAL The funeral of Harold Harbaugh of near Lcmont, who was killed by an automobile at Hopwood, will be Sunday at 2 o'clock at the home, along the old road from Gaddis Cross Roads to Uniontown. Burial will be in the Imel Cemetery near Clay Run. Harold was a son of the late Robert B. Harbaugh of Maple Summit. His mother is Mrs. Elizabeth Harbaush. He leaves two sisters,- Mrs. L. J. Hall of near Lcmont and Mrs. John He-ins of York, Neb., and four brothers, Hobart of Grove City, Oakey and Robert of Maple Summit and William at home. WALLACE BRYSON Wallace Bryson, 75 years old, last member of the William Bryson fam- TODAY ONLY 'WILD WEST DAYS' The Vow Scrint VHIi JOHNXr JrACK BltOWS nnd KOBEJIT KORTMAJf \cx Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday You'll Swing Again As He Sings Again! Music by OSCAR STRAUS so. usssx f/tutctrxi. i ir*c*rf t*r Kurt Ntamoan. A in. Producer. Wwa*rf Grc-n Special evangelistic services will ic held at tho Center Bethel Church of God at Alverton, beginning Sunday. The pastor, Arthur Ealcln, will preach at both services Sunday. The morning subject is "The Mission of :iirlst," At the evening service the subject will be, "The Kingdom, of God is Within You." During the week Rev. V. O. Barn- :iart, pastor of the Church of God at Mount Pleasant, will be the visiting speaker. There will be no services on Saturday nights. Beginning Sunday, January 1C, Rev. Mrs. Anna Edwards Hovertcr of Harrisburg, a former pastor, will be the special speaker. The service Sunday morning, January 16, will be observed as decision day. The services will close Sunday evening, January 23, with the observance of the ordinances of feet-washing and 'he Lord's supper. Special music is being arranged for these services. A special invitation is extended to the public to attend. Services -will begin at 7:30 o'clock each evening and will be proceeded by the "Upper Room Service's" nt 7 o'clock. 'Methodist Music Now Volunteer; Trustee Approved WEEK OF PRAYER SERVICES CLOSE A successful Week of Prayer has been completed by Protestant churches under the sponsorship of the Ministerial Association. The theme of meditation at the closing services was "Power From on High." In order that the many shortcomings oxisiting not only in the lives of individuals, but also in the life of the church, nation and in the world at large, may be corrected through the medium of faith and prayer, a great unseen power is needed, it was pointed out. The power, however, is not human nor machine or scientific, but "power from on high." ily of North "Union township, died Friday at the Uniontown Hospital, where he had been a patient ^for a week. He had made his home with his brother-in-law, J. C. Wygal, of West Leisenring. The funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Wygal home with Rev. J. C. Clark, poster of the Second Presbyterian Church of Uniontown, offlcinting. Pallbearers will be George Ycaglcy, Robert Gallagher, George Pratt, Frederick Rankin, Dale Adams and Ralph Bryson. Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery. With the exception of the organist, music of the First Methodist Episcopal Church was put on a volunteer basis by action of the official board at its annual meeting Thursday night. At the same time the financial secre- taryship was reduced to a voluntary basis. Miss Helen Grey was elected "minister of music," with complete charge of the regular choir, the young people's and the junior choirs. She succeeds Charles D. Bailey, who had been director of the adult choir lor 17 years. Mrs. L. G. Hoover will continue as organist. The adult choir of nine voices and the young people's of 39 will be combined for all services except the first Sunday of each month when the juniors will sing. They number 55. Miss Myrtle Bixler and Miss Lillian Edmonds were elected financial secretaries. They succeed Frank W. Jones, who has held that position for several years, on a salary basis. Allison Marshall was elected secretary of the oftlcial board. C. O. Bane was reelected church treasurer. Election by the board of trustees of A. A. Clarke as a trustee to succeed the late A. B. Kurlz was approved. The pastor, Rev. L. S. Elliot, is chairman of the official board by virtue of his position as leader of the church. There is a spreading movement to dispense with paid choir directors, the pastor snid, and replace them by ,voluntccr "ministers of music," It will be the duty of the "minister of music" not only to direct the choir but develop material. At the First Church this has been done to a great extent by Miss Grey, who built up the young people's and junior choirs. Rev. Schuiiz Will Be Evangelist at Youngwood Church Rev. Elmer A. Schultz, pastor of the First United Brethren Church, has been engaged as evangelist to conduct a two week's scries of meetings in the United Brethren Church at Youngwood. The meetings begin Sunday night and will continue throughout the week, except Saturday, at 7:30 o'clock each night. In the month of March similar meetings will be held in the United Brethren Church here with Rev. J. Frank Stroyer, pastor of the Youngwood United Brethren Church, as evangelist. Large Attendance Marks Revival af Vanderbilt Church JACOB FULMEK SCO1TDALE, Jan, 8.--Jacob Ful- mcr, 87 years old, a retired farmer, died early this morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Alda Bnird, near Lnke Forest. Surviving are two sons and three daughters: Albert of Akron, Ohio, Emerson of Fredericktown, Miss Bessie at home, Mrs. Baird of Lake Forest, and Mrs. Vcrna Elliott of West Brownsville. The revival meetings being conducted by J. C. Bland, pastor and evangelist at the Vanderbilt Methodist Episcopal Church are in full swing. Large crowds arc attending nnd interest is rapidly growing. A capacity crowd is expected by the end of the week. Special music is being furnished every evening by the church choir and others. The public is invited to attend all services. Cochran Church Has Revival in Progress Revival meetings at Philip G. Cochrun Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church ahead with at Dawson are going interest and large attendance. They will continue all next week. Dr. Thomas Chnrlesworth will preach at 10:45 o'clock Sunday The funeral service will be held at j morning on "Do We Need John Wcs- Wesley Chapel Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with Rev. George- Burns officiating. Burhil will be in the church cemetery. ley Today?" At the evening hour, 7:30 o'clock, he will speak on "The Gospel Trumpet." The evangelistic meetings are for everybody. A. ^Xofopwilos I'ulilix Theatre Last Times Today The picture the world wants to see! Starring JOHN LITEL-ANN SHERIDAN Also " A K K A I K S 01-' TRAVEL GIRLS! ! HE'S HERE! ! .ironduy, Tuesday mill Wednesday HE'S PUBLIC ELIGIBLE No.l 6 foot 3, 180 Ibfc, $20,000,000 in the bonk, can fight, tlnncc, cook, Bpcnk MX languages-but lie cnn*l teach this gal to f«»y "Yes"! ERROL FLYNN Also--COMEDY -- LATEST XKAVS -- T R A V E L Booh Review Sunday At Christian Church The book to be reviewed tomorrow afternoon at the vesper service at the Christian Church is the recent work by Gladys Hasty Carroll which sh! has called "Neighbors to tho Sky." This series of services which was inaugurated last Sunday, is endeavoring to present the underlying themes of unusual and significant pieces ot fiction. The story of the book selected for this week centers about a young married couple who emerge from a New England farm to face a world that is strange and different. The ambiton of one party and the easy going satisfaction ot the other, work together to describe the homes in which many of us are living. If into the situation there does not come something which is fixed and secure, then the tension often leads to un- happincss nnd difficulties. Mrs. Carroll Is urging that those who find themselves in this situation, may become "Neighbors tc- the Sky" and there find the solution which they seek but which eludes their grasp. . Herb Ellis .Dons Blackface Role For Legion Show "Anchors Aweigh," at the High; School] Auditorium, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, January 11 and 12, just wouldn't be a local American Legion annual show without a minstrel part. . . That's why this year's Milton L. Bishop Post's theatrical treat has made due allowance of that particular form of entertainment. Donning obony grease p;ilnt for possibly the first time in his amateur stage career, Herbert Ellis has; cast his lot with five other blackface singers and comedians, and ilorb should add much to such an ensemble, with his naturally funny caperings and fine voice. ; · II Is the scene, however, for this: portion ot "Anchors Aweigh" stage- i craft which promises to enhance the j comedy presented. With a "Student i Prince" flavor, the" stage is filled to: capacity wHh Heidelbcr-ish costumed sfudcntn. the whole presenting a picture which should completely capti- j vnto every eye in the audience. Song numbers, in keeping with the scene's atmosphere will bo blended in with rich, clean humor and comedy, the i whole of which cannot help but form [ unusual entertainment for a local j /Mrs. Samuel Berkley Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 8.--Mrs. Emma Jon: Brant Berkley, 55, wife of Samuel Berkley, died Thursday at- hcr| home at Fricdcns, R. D. She leaves her husband, six children, two sisters and one brother. s Cairnbrook Man Dead. SOMERSET, Jan. 8.--Metro Ket- cllock - 21 - o( Cairnbrook, died Thurs- da y at a Johnstown hospital. His Parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ketchock, one sister and two brothers survive. The funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon. It is from this setting that "Anchors Aweigh," lifts anchor amidst a smashing, singing and near sensational finale warranted to send'its audiences homeward bound in a huppy frame of mind because of having seen it. 83 Years Fighting CoWs Asks Pay Increase. Burgess J. C. Myers nskcd Ligonicr council for a pny boost of $100 His salary is now $200 a year. PROOF of its Merit--83 Years o( Succ«» STADER FUNERAL HOME Observance of funeral rites has always been man's most impressive ceremony. A Stader conducted- funeral represents modern good taste in dignity, solemnity and sympathy. Wo aid you in marking the occasion with a minimum of distressing detail. 118 West Apple Street ·TODAY ONLY- Two Full Length Features, plus Comedy, News and Shorts 'Em Wavy" Wltli Lew Ayres, Mary Carlisle and John Howard With John Barry more and a strong supporting cast M o s t d e l i c i o u s d i v o r c e e w h o ovor srol W a t c h ho h o i h o honov of a r u n a r o u n d / 5S2OSS3S38E8XCTS2SS * v Thoy'ro a a r o o i n ' It's a d o g ' s l i f e She makos them shake boioro tho balUo./,, Comedy--News--Selected Shorts

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