The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 20, 1939 · Page 6
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January 20, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY UUURIER, CONNBLI.SVILLB, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20,1939. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Mary Purcell has returned to her home in Boston, Mass, after spending two months at the home of her mother, Mrs Louise Holliday, ol East Orchard avenue Mrs. Purcell was called here by the death of a sister. Miss Nellie Holliday. Start the 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 Kestner's Book Store, 125 W .Apple St --Advertisement--6jan-18t, Mrs Thomas Daugherty of Wheeling, W Va, is visiting her mother, Mrs Harriet V Franks, of Jefferson street. Altering, rclimng, repairing Simons Cash Carry Cleaners--Advertise- ment--17jan-4t Mrs John Irwm of Da\vson was -admitted to the Uniontown Hospital for observation -_ Bake sale, by Girl Scouts, Troop 3, .Saturday, Jan 21, Fox's Wall Pnper Store --Advertisement --19jin-2t Mr. and Mrs Ira Bcal have returned to their home in Race street after a four-day visit m Harrisburg _ Special roast turkey and chicken and waffle dinners at the Crawfoid Tea Room, Friday and Satuiday evc- -nings.--Advertisement --19jan-2t - Miss Katheryn Herman of Gibson avenue visited Mis J Domld Mau- -ctta at Dunbar Wednesday evening "- ^Special roast turkey and chicken and waffle dinners at the Crawford Tea Room, Friday and Saturday we- -"nings --Advertisement --19jan-2L Mrs. Charles A Crowley and -daughter, Miss Betty, of East Cedar "avenue visited m Pittsburgh Thuis"day. Bake sale b Queen Esther Class "of Christian Church, at Cut Rate Market, So Pittsburg St, Saturday, ·Jan. 21st, 9 A M--Advertisement -- ~20jan-lt Mrs Louis Genovese of Uniontown is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Samuel DeMarco, of South Arch street this week Card party, P H C Hall, Saturday night, 25c --Advertisement,-- "20jan-lt. - Raymond Ellcnbergcr, son ol Mr "and Mrs Ray EUcnberger, is ill at his home m Morrcll avenue, Greenwood Up to $5 00 Fall crepe dresses, now $100. All sizes Princess Shop -- Advertisement--29jan-lt Mrs Samuel Mong of South Pittsburg street went to Umontovvn this afternoon to spend a couple of days ·with Mr. and Mrs Earl Porter She, ·will also visit her mothcr-m-law, Mrs. Alice B Mong, who is ill at the home of a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs C M. Hanscll. Mrs Ella Sohner of Barberton, Ohio, who was called here by the death of her brother-in-law, William Henry, of Poplar Grove, is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs. Alonzo Lcichhter of Jefferson street. Mrs. Sohner, an aunt of Mr. Leichlitcr, will also visit her sister, Mrs. Alice J. Osborn. r Mrs. Dudley Woods of McKecs- port is \isiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Elmer C McClelland, of South Pittsburg street Aunt Net' By ROBERT QU1LLEN '0 "You make less in a little town, but it takes less Jim's got just enough to keep from bem' pa' white trash in New York, but here it's enough to make him talk about the lower classes" Speab Grim Reaper JACOB G WILTROUT Jacob G "Tabby Wiltrout, 73 cars old, Baltimore Ohio railroad mployc lor rmnj o-irs and who ost both legs while working in the Connellsville jards, died Thursday orning at the home of John T iillard nt Cumbciland aftoi a 10- ay illness Beginning vork as a vatcrboy for the railroad comp-my n his early teens, Mr Wiltrout soon vorkcd hib way up to biakeman Ko as promoted to conductor at the ge o£ 32 years old and was wording n this capacity v, hen he lost his legs Je located in Cumberland in 1909 nd since that time had been a \atchman at the Pearl street cross- ng* until his retirement three momhs go He was a member of the Cum- jcrland Acne No. 245, Fratcrml Order of Ejgles, and of the Ordei of laihvay Conductors ^ Coaster Injured. Rudolph Eptrcsie, 12 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs Michael Eperesie of Leisenring No. 3, suffered an injury of the left eve in a coasting acciden Thursday ru^ht. His sled collided with another and the runner struck him in the eye. He was treatca at Connellsville State Hospital. Legion Backs Sterling:. Westmoreland County.. Council o the American Legion started a move mcnt on behalf of R. Sterling of Van dergnft, a past county chairman, to nomination as State commander a the 1939 American Legion conven lion, endorsing his selection Bulick bpeaks To Rotary Club On Citizenship The "effective citizen" of a community is one uho, when he comes 1 to the end of his career, ' will leave the \vorld, having Riven it something," Simuel B Bulick, superintendent of schools at Scottdale told the membeis of the Rotary Club and otaryanns in an address following he "ladies' night" dinner Thursday the Kiuams rooms. He was con- rasting that type with the one who either gives nor tikes and the one takes but does not mako- equal eturn ' My efficient citizen," said Mr. Suhck, "is interested m his job He ehe\es that personal qualities were for use He is loyal to his riends He keeps away from envy, atrcd and malice He treads the sad laces of life and mostly does it by tenlth He doesn't confine the whole f his good deeds to one Christmas ay Life teems with . . opportuni- cs lly efficient citizen finds his est enjojment m them. Life is icher foi his passing, but the greatest f all, 'he profits most who serves he best It is his soul which is ichest of all because of his experi- nces " In closing Mi Bulick proposed a oist to the women in these words rom the poet Shelley "Win her and vear her if ou can She is the most delightful of God's creatures, Hea\ens best gift, man's joy and nOBEKT GROSSER MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan 20 -- lobert Grosser, 89 ycir, old, of East Vine street died Thursday morning at his home after a lingering iltacss Besides his wife, Mrs Annie Grosser, he is. sur\ iv ed by the fol- owing children Joseph Grosser Jayton, Ohio, Robert Grosser; Jr Mrs B. B Davenport, Mrs. Albert Firmstone, Frank Grosser, Oscar [rosser and Mrs. Harry Leeper.'al of Mount Plcnsanl, No funeral airangements have been made. MRS JACKSON JMYERS--" Mrs. Jackson Myers, 81 years old died suddenly of a heart attack^a il 45 o'clock this morning--at--her lome in Ohiopylc ~ Funeral Director John H. D Sibe will be in charge of arrangements. MRS ELIZABETH MARTZ Mrs Elizabeth Martz, for many years a resident of Hyndman and a sister of Mrs Mary J Costclla o Confluence, died Thursday inoning at her Bedford county home Shi was 81 years old To Work on Postoffice. Construction work on Masontown' new $'5,000 postofficc building wi be undertaken soon. Postmaster Pro \ mcc learned as Government official issued instructions to clear the sit and complete preliminary projects. Editor Given Job. William S Livengood of Meyers dale, an editor, v.as named an assist ant postmaster in- the House" a Harrisburg inde in prosperity, man's support nd comfort m affliction " Preceding the address by Mr Bulick, Rotarian Carl T. Anstme aiesentcd a musical program Sixty- even girls from the Frances Cameron School marched in and sang ' Whis- jenng Hope," ' Santa Lucia" and 'The Spanish Ci\ilier," Mr Anstme ilaying the accompaniment Betty -.cc Dixon sang ' The Firefly" and Dawn m the Forest", Edward Mc- 3ill played two piano numbers by -hopin, "Nocturne" and "Waltz." Elizabeth Norris, pianist, contributed 'Serenade' by Schubert Door prizes were awarded by Program Chairman Walter D. Lindsay to Mrs D. K Mcllvainc, Mrs A Schultz, Mrs S B. Bulick, Betty Lee Dixon and Mrs W. H loisson Mr. Bulick was introduced by Gcrhart M. Horowitz of the program committee. President Ernest R Kooscr presided. Schachf, Germany's Leading Financier, Removed by Hitler Continued from Pace One by the Reichsbink should be annulled, -md tint the b-ink and its directorate should be directly responsible to H'tlci. Thus thc-o might be an implied rebuke to Schicht in this citation, as having nllcd to cany out the Naziflcation liw / But any blow to Schacht was softened bj the following (letter Hitler sent him j "I take the opportunity of your relief from office i:, president of the Rcichsbank directonte to thank, you warmly ind smceiely for what you have done during youi long and difficult yeaic of service to Germany and to me personally Your n ime will be connected above all with the (list epoch of natioml i construction I im glad to be able to employ you as Reichs minister for the solution of new tasks "With a Germ-in salute, "Adolf Hitler" There was every sign that the removal of Schacht cnme os n complete surprise in government and banking quaitcrs--domestic as well as foreign An official mfonmnt s-ud that Schacht's removal was not due to any persoml rcnsons, such is friction with Funk 01 with Field Mirshnl Herman Gocrmg, Nan No 2 Rather, this informant siid it wns connected with the guaranteeing of the unconditional security of the currency in connection with the four-year plin of economic self-sufficiency plan and Austrian and Sudctcnland problems Presbyterian Chorus Enjoys Oysters; Sings John S. King Dies Suddenly; Was Chief Clerk tor West Penn An inlcicstins feituic of a dmncr- rehearsa! of tha Presbyterian Mile Chorus held Hst evening in the church social loom, was a "pep* talk by John D i\ is, a lover of good music, who believes the trend is toward the rim of the "ji/7 era in music in which he says people have been liv- m" the list beveuil 3 ears Mr Div is visions the coming of sounder values He told the men to use the voice that God ins given them, not knowing when or in what manner their singing may bring happiness to othcis He read a poem win" he was inspired to write at Christrmstimc when he sadly missed the familiar voice of Midamc Schumann-Hcmk coming over the air Christmas Eve Mr. Davis was one of the pioneer Welsh tenors to be hcird in Connellsville simultaneously with the coming of the Humbert tin- plitc mill to South Connellsville, and for years he took a leading pirt In things musically in and around Connellsville To use his own words "whereas I used to carry the ball myself I now sit on the sidelines anc appliud ' The chorus members enjoyed their choice of ojsters stewed and oysters fried -md rehe-irsed afterward under the dnection of George L-ung The group will appeal in i secicd concer in the B iptist Church at Scottdale Sundi, February 5, Mike Karolcik Improved County Commissioner Michac! Karolcik who has been confined to his home at Perryopolis by grip, Is reported much improved. Rev. J. P. Allison, Former Pastor Here, Dies Suddenly Nc\vs has been received 1 of the death in Flondi ot Rev John P. Allison, who for several yars was pastor of the Christian Church here Rev Allison's home was at Cleveland. He had gone to Florida for the winter and was stricken a short time after arriving there The date of his death was not contained m the news received here The funeral was held Wednesday at Cleveland John 1'ocum Burled. The funeral mass lor John Yocum, 87, victim of burns received Monday morning while starting a fire at his home al Uniontown, was held this morning In St John's R C. Church at Uniontown with Rev Thomas Dunn, pastor, officiating Interment was made in Hill Grove Cemetery here. Lifronicr Man Dies. Lemon Orme, 44, prominent farmer of Millbank in the Llgomer Valley, died Wednesday night at Litrobe Hospital of a cerebral hemorrhage. This Is one of a seiles of advertisements prepared by Mrs. Morrii FUNERAL SERVICE PHONE CONNELLSVILLE 72Z-J In the most modest homes we often find the family tics are stronger than in great mansions Surely it is true that those who have lived simply and humbly wish for their loved ones the finest service love can piovide, even ·hough the dollars be few indeed I m proud of the fict so many funeral ducctors, like Milton V Munk, enter the tiniest cottage with the same spirit of reverence with the same desire to be comforting and helpful, which possesses them when they cross the thresholds of those navmg unlimited means The comfort of fine funeral service is something which should be availab'c to all on'Funeral Service V_3. TODAY ONLY LA RUE BURGESS HUGHES K1EMP · UIMN ·IOMOV WILUAMS Coming Saturday John Soisson King, 51 ycais old, wielc] -known employe of the West Penn Power Compiny died at 11 10 'clock Thursday night at his home, 213 West Patterson avenue Although he had been m 111 health for some time and had not woikcd since last October, his death cami- suddenly He had jubt been visited by the doctor, who was downst-ins repin ig to leave when Mis King icard something like a gioan She nn upstairs to find her husband dead A son of the late Hugh and Eliz-i- bcth Soisson King, he was born in November, 1887, at Dunbar, and had spent the greater pait of ri; life in Connellsville although for over 10 yeais he had been situated at Union- tovn Mr King had been for many ycais ai employe of the West Penn Power Company, serving as chief clerk in the southern division foi approximately five years ..He was at Uniontown from 1923 to 1931 as district chief clerk, coming to" Connclls- ville m 1934 as division chief clerk M. King survived by his wife, Catherine Burns King, three daughters, Jean, Eileen and Anna Marion, and one son, John, all at home, two sisters, Miss Mae King of South Prospect street and Mrs D A Sweeney of Leisenring No 1, and one brother, Robert King, of Leisenring No 1 He was a member of Immaculate Conception Church The funeral/will be held Monday moininR Thcf-e will be a prajer at the home at 8 TO o'clock with requiem hif,h mass brimc cclcbiatcd ot Immaculate Conception Church at 9 o'clock RcO F-ither Henry A Geibcl, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be in St Josephs Ccme- ti-iy Pay Off ALL Your Bills With a Personal Loan Thon havo LESS to pay each month because you havo only ONE placo lo pay. There'll bo more LEFT OVER lor your llr- mcj oxpontts Mala loqulro- mont, just your abll ty to repay the loan in small sum* regularly No co-makor» No. inducrcet Inquiries. "Personal Credit" loano up to £300 oa your tignoturo only, or the** ot huuband and wife Coma in or phone FINANCE COMPANY (1 Huor, lloo; ictzcl Bu Idlni Crauford A Phone 3i c\t "Week--lloiidny, Titc'-dm, Wcdncbilaj James Cagney and Pat O'Brien The two Miirs of "AXGELS 1\ ITH DIRTY FACES," June joined hands once more, onlj this (line in tlio most hilarious comedy of their careers. 'BOY MEETS GIRL' SK in in u( os of joyous ent- ertninmcnt (hat "will havo jou rollicking in jour seats \Ith lainrhter. -- Vlso-- SEJVKCTKI) SHORTS AM) THE NEW -- Last Time* Feature No. 1 HELEN HAYES GARY COOPER in GREAT TRADITION HAS INSPIRED \A GREAT PICTURE ... AHD THE r ROMANCE OF THE BLUE GRASS LIVES IN TECHNICOLOR! The fire of young love! The proud sport of kings! They wait the winning at Churchill Downs on Kentucky Derby day ... a climax all color, brilliance, spectacle 1 IN TECHNICOLOR LORETTA YOUNG RICHARD GREENE WALTER BRENNAN DOUGLAS DUMBRIUE KAREN MORLEY MORONI OLSEN Cinclcd by David Butlir Darryl F. Zanuck to ChofB" ·' 20th Cenlury-Fox Picture MIDNITE SHOW SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 12:01 A. M. » Today-Feature No. 2 LEE B O W M A N A N N MILLER ALMA KRUGER PAUL GUILFOYLE _ TlESUE GOODWINS. Set..n ffay b» Jo Tomorrow o Monday © Tuesday Feature No. 1 The stirring story of Francois Villon, master of hearts...daring hero of a thousand scrapes... crowning achievement of Producer-Director Frank Lloyd, creator of such film triumphs as "Cavalcade," "Mutiny on the Bounty" and "Wells Fargo" . . . three times winner of the Motion Picture Academy Award. O Comedy News ® Shorts Feature No. 2 A IOVE M A K I N ' . . . RUSTLER BREAKIN' SWEET T U N E - Saturday MATINEE Only First £\citini? Chapter of a Thrilling New Serial! "THE SPIDER'S WEB" With IRIS MEREDITH and WARREN HULL

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