The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 10, 1938 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 10, 1938
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PAGE SIX. TUB DAILY COURIER CONNEbLSVtLLE, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 193S. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Earl Frazier and daughter, Jane, of Glen Savage visited at the home of Mr. nnd Mis. Ira FIcshcr of Soutli Fourth street, West Side, over the week-end. They returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Frnzicr is a sislcr-m-law of Mrs. FIcshcr. Mrs. J. Frank Holland is critically ill at her home in East Patterson avenue. She wns taken ill while visiting at the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Pope, Pittsburgh, during the holidays. There wiis no improvement in her condition today. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oet-tf. Mrs. E. F. Stone left Saturday afternoon for hep home in Winston-Salem, N. C., after a visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. nnd Mrs. Prince M. Stone of Sycamore street. Mrs. Ellen Qulnn of Brookvalc is visiting at the home of her son-in- law nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank JLce of Clairlon, to whom a daughter was recently born. Mrs. Lee and baby arc at a Clalrton hospital and are setting alonj; nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Martin and daughter. Miss Kay and sons Jack and Ralph Lcc, of South Ninth street. Greenwood, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Jaynes of Ncmacolin over 'the weok-cnd. They attended a surprise birthday party given Saturday night in honor of Mrs. Jnyncs, an aunt of Mrs. Martin. Robert Stoner o£ Scottdale was a Conncllsvillc; shopper Friday. Fur trimmed coots, cleaned and pressed, 70c. Simons din Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement,--10Jan-4t. Mr- and Mrs." M.. E. NSldorhisor and daughters. Lliura."Elma~, Ida Rae and Olive, of MountTleasant visited Rev. nnd Mrs. F. A. M)crs In East Green street Sunday afternoon. Mrs. O..B.J Henvick of South Pittsburj;" street, Who underwent an operation" at Johns Hopkins, Hos- p(aT,"Ballimorc, is getting alw.g very well. -She.expects to icturn lioir.t the latter part of the week. Mrs. T. E. Tierney of Cleveland, OhiOj returned home Sunday morning after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Storey of South Eighth street, GrecViwood. Mrs. Tierney and Mrs. Storey are cousins. Miss Blanche Kregcr, former nurse at the Magce Hospital, Pittsburgh, who has been taking care of her aunt, Mrs. Ella Hcllcin of 204 First street, South Connellsville. for the past ten days, returned to Pittsburgh Friday evening. Miss Hellein will return the Arst of the week to continue musing Mrs. Hcllcin who was admitted to the Conncllivillc Stale Hospital. Mrs. Hcllcin rosides with her daughter, Mrs. Daisy Broclous. Miss Ellen Sherrick, educational director of the Homeopathic It ursine School, Pittsburgh, spent over the week-end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. N, Sherrkk of East Apple street. On Saturday Miss Sherrick addressed the Beaver College ,Club at the William Pcnn Hotel on the subject, "Treat Yourself to Health.' Miss Gcnevieve Hcrron of Dunbar left today for Miami, Fla., to spend a few weeks visiting friends and relatives. Miss Kay Rust, a student nt Grace Martin's Secretarial School nt Pittsburgh, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rust, of Blackstonc road. v Charles Evans, located in .Pittsburgh, returned this morning, having spent the week-end at his home in South Pittsburfi street. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stillwagon and son, Rev. J. D. Stillwagon, Jr., and grandson, Robert Floto, \ isited Mr. and Mrs. StillwaRon's grandson-m- law and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wiegle, of Elizabeth Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bloom of Hobbins street visited in Clalrton Sunday. , Mrs. J. B. Guldcnshuh of Dawson was a Connellsville shopper today. Aun By ROBED Wet QU1LLEN "I wKn ih\.- f'tiKidont would quit tellln' other nations what to do. He'll get us in a place where we'll either have to go to war or be shamed before tho world when we're told to mind our own busi- President Requests Airplanes Now, Not More Naval Strength Continued from Page One. two moic he was said to feel that existing building facilities would be over-taxed. Exact strength of the present naval air force is not known, but is believed to include 1,200 .first-line planrs. By 1942 the goal is 2,000. The President's new program might bring achievement of that number by 1940, thus giving the United States nearly 4,500 modern fighting plares by combining the Army and Navy forces. Necessity for building up the submarine and destroyer forces was revealed in Secretary of Navy Claude A. Swanson's recent annual report to the President, which showed that the United Stales was trailing nil other naval powers in these categories. Mount Olive Revival Services Under Way Revival services began' Sunday night at the Mount Olive United Brethren Church and will continue for an indefinite poriod. Services will start at 7:30 o'clock and are in charge of the pastor, Rev. William J. Ritchcy. The subject for tonight will be "Saints of God." The choir will render special music. "Come nnd hear the gospel message," the notice rends ROBERT MULAC, RETIRED POSTAL EMPLOYE, DIES A hc.ut attack caused the sudden death of Robert A. Mulac, 49, veteran musician and mail carrier nnd i widely-known icsiuent, nt about 8 o'clock tills momiiiR at his home, 402 South Eighth street. On the partially disabled list .ifler 27 years in the Postofllce service, Mr, Mulac had not been working icgu- l.irly, having been employed only nine months during the p.ibt *hiee years. He had eaten his breakfast and was apparently m fine spirits when ho got a newspaper and went to his bedroom where he lay down to read. His mother talked with him for a time and when she returned in about five minutes after leaving him she found him dead A flist aid teiim and n pulmotor were rushed to the home by tho West Pcnn Power Company in a futile effort to administer aitiflelal respiration. Robert Albert Mulac was bom at Mount Plcnsnnt on May 22, 1888, a son of Mrs. Josephine Mulac and iho Into Albert Mulac, who died on October 22, 1812. The family has been residing in Connellsville since 1904. Mr. Mulac cnleicd the postal service nnd continued in it for 27 years prior to his retirement on Christmas three years ago ns partially disabled. He was a widely-known musician and for many years had been idcnti- Ilcd with bands and orchestras in Connellsville and its environs. He was a trombone player. Mr. Mulac joined a band at Vandeibilt in his youth and later became a member of :hc Connellsville Mihtaiy Band, serving with it for 25 years. For .1 number of years he directed an orchc.,lr.i and for several yenrs had charge of the First Methodist ProU' Sunday School Orchestra of about 40 pieces. Mr. Mulac was a member ol two orgamrntkm of postnl workers, tho C. S. A., and the Perryopolip SokoK He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Josephine Mulac; tuo sistcis, Mrs. Rose Miterko of Uniontown and Miss Ann, and a brother, V. Hugh Mulac, at home. The funeral service will be held Wednesday afteinoon nt 2 o'clock at the late home with Rev. A. R. Mnns- berger officiating. Interment will be In Dickcr.son Run Union Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director John H. D. Sibcl. TRINITY CHURCH OFFICERS ELECTED, PROGRESS REPORTED The annual congregational meeting of Trinity Lutheran Church, hole Sunday morning, revealed decided progress along all lines, particular!} lu the finances. All obligations have been paid and the apportionment for I the benevolences to the synod for 1037 had been met in full. Five councllmen were elected to the official board of the church as follows: Robert Werner, Dnvld Richcy, F. J. DeChambcnu, Albcr Young and Dr. H. C. Hoffman. They ·will be Installed in office at the ncx' church service on Sunday morning January 16. All organizations of the church reported progressive activities showing determination to make the coming year even -better than the past. Daughter Born to Walkers. . A daughter, weighing 11 and a quarter pounds, was born' Sunday morning to MF. and-TWrsZ Pnul H. Walker of East Cedar'avenue. This is the second child in-tho family, tho other being a"boy. -"Mr. Walker-Is assistant principal of Dunber Township High School. " - ~ " -~" Patronize Home Merchants. Who advertise in The Dally Courier. Pennsville PENNSVILLE, Jan. 10.--Thc guild 2irls .of the Pennsville Baptls Church held their covered-dish supper at the home of Misses Dorothy and Gladys Lcichliter on New Year Eve. - ;Mr. and Mrs. Richard Butler and daughter. Dorothy, of Scottdale visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs .W..~C. Clark onr.-ircw_'Tcar;* ".-. " Mrs. Bertha Murphy of Youngwood made a short call on her aunt Miss Sue Means, Sunday evening. Today, Tomorrow and V/ednesday Comc TrueJ · Tha little singing itn'r'oi the fotoen In a love itory iillcd with With mvt'l't by the famout c o m p o s e r O S C A R S T R A U S MARIOH CLAIRE HENRY ARMETT RALPH FORBES L E O N E R R Q L DONALD MEEK ® HERBERT RAWLWSON j|tEOMID WNSKE5T Christian Revival At Perry Continues Revival meetings at the Knst Chribtlnn Church of Porryopohs Sunday moved into their second vveck with ten additions reported for the first week. Rev. A. J. McCloy of New Salem is prcachins at the icvivnls with Holla Varndcll singmK. Rev. Ficd Fink, church pastoi, is assisting Rev. McCloy. Thc moelinjis will clow on Friday night. Edith E. Trice Dies. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jun. 10 -'Edith Elizabeth Trice, 20. daughter of John S. and Edith Edna Trice, of nr-ar Brinkcrton died at her home at 7:45 o'clock Saturday mornliiK. Beside her parents she is survived by xhc following titters and brothers: Mrs. Pnul Kuhri of H.irrolds School, Hcmpflald township; Hard, Mary, Thelma Jean at home: Logan Trice of Brinkcrton: John W., Donald Henry," Kenneth and Earl, all at home. Grim Reaper Funeral Director James T. Burhans of Dunbar. MI'.S. WARREN B. STONER Mrs. Jennie B. Stoner, 56 years old, w(e of Warren D. Stoner, died at 3:15 o'clock this morning at her home at Libcity after an illness of about ix months. Mrs. Stoncr was a native of New Geneva svherc she was born on September 2, 1881, daughter of Mrs. Adeiphi Springer and the late Thomas Springer. Mr. and Mre. Stoner were married in 1897 at Morganlown and throe years later located at Liberty. Bi-sidc her husband, Mrs. Stoncr is survived by seven children: William W., Perryopoiis; Roy AUson and John Edward. Washington, D. C.; Joseph H., jwhereabouts unknown; Harrison, Pittsburgh airport; and Ernest and Geneva Ruth t at home. Wlhna V., preceded her mother in death. There are also four Crandchildion, her mother, Mrs. Adeiphi Spiinger of Uniontown; one brother, William Springer of Uniontown, and two sisters, Mrs. Daisy Ganoc of Uniontown and Mrs. Myrtle Cleliand of Fairmont. Mrs. Stonor was a member of Vanderbilt Council, No. 167, Daughters of America, which will hold a service Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the late borne. The funeral will oe held Wednesday afternoon with a prayer at the home at 2 o'lcock followed by a service at East Liberty Presbyterian Church nt Vanderbilt at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Dickerson Run Union Cemetery. MISS JCSSIi: ARISON Miss Jessie Arlr.on, 54 years old, of Vnnderbilt, died Saturday afternoon at 1:40 o'clock at Uniontown Hospital where she had been a patient for the past week. Death was attributed to complications of diseases. Miss Arisen, one of the best known nnd most highly esteemed residents of the Tri-Town community, was a daughter of the late Campbell B. and Carrie Addis Arisen. She is survived by two brothers, William R. Ariion of Mel rittstown and Ray O. Arisen of Jerome. She was an aunt and a foster mother of the following nephews nnd nieces: Mrs. Carrie Miller and H. L. Arisen of Uniontown, Mrs. Stephen Clash of Gary, Ind., and Billy Ml'Ier, who hud made 'us home with her for the past seven years. The funeral service will be neld at the Arifion home Tuesday afternoon .it 2 o'clock. Rev. C. J. Blnnd, pastor of J;.mcs Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church of Van- dcrbiit, of which Miss Arisen was a member, will officiate. Burinl will be in Dickcrson Run Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director Frank B. Galley. MRS. THANK CASKILU Mrs. Elizabeth A. Gaskiil, 82. n resident of the Bcthelboro district Caddi* Cross Ronds for 42 years, died at 8-30 o'clock Sunday niqht at Uniontown Hospital of complications. She IB survived by her husband Gaskiil, and the following children: Mrs. Pearl Murray ol Uelhelboro, Mr». Martha Conn of Mount flraddock, Mrs. Dorothy Darnell of Dunbnr, Mrs. Goldic Traynor of Percy, Mrs. Catherine Price of Woodsidc, Curl of Lcmont and Florence and Lloyd at home. Mrs. Martha Ga.skill of Woodside is a suter and Frank Teets of Bethelboro is a brother. There are also 29 grand- childrer. The funeral service wll' bo held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock al the late home in charge of Rev Harry Humbert of Falrchancc, assisted by Rev. William Hamilton of Dunbar. Burial will be made in Park Place Cemetery in charge of THE NEW Today © Tomorrow ® Wednesday R A L P H B E L L A M Y A L E X A N D E R O ' A R C Y i C E C I L C U N N I N G H A M * U Q H t C * 8 T P R O O U C T I O K Sottn 'toy by VIM Ofluar , s,"'" SuY'"** '""''"·' * VI i"J. J'l^,'? ~:"j \ J 'cTlV»mi° AYEUS BREWER Aycrs Brewer, 84 yenrs old, died Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock at his !iome near Smlthton. He is survived by his wife, Roxann 3rower. Mr. Brewer wns born nt Perry- opoli* and had devoted most oj his s 'to the blacksmith hade. Ho had been retired. The funeral service was held this afternoon at the Olive Branch Church. Interment wns ip Mount Washington Cemetery. · WILLIAM BEATTi' William Bcntty, 72 years old, of Gilmorc, died Sunday afternoon at the Uniontown Hospital after an extended Illness. MRS. JAMES PRICE Mrs. Irena Price, 83 years old, wife of James Price, died at 7 o'clock this morning at her home at Pleasant Hill. DONNA F. CAMLIN Donna France-, C.imhn, 12 ycjrs old, a daughter of Wilbur J. and Ohvc Black Camlln of 800 Run avenue, died Sunday evening at 3 o'clock at Connellsville State Hospital of pneumonia. She was born In Conm'l'.sville May 29, 1925, and attended Cameron School where she wns in the seventh grade. She leaves her parents, vwo sisters, Gcitrudc and Alvcrta, and one brother, Wilbur, Jr Due to the condition of the street about the home, the body was removed by Funeral Director John H. D. Sibcl to the home of a Brand- mother, Mrs. Cora Black, at 3 Trevor street, where the fnncral will be held on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. George R. Krupp, pastor of the United Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Funeral Director John H. D. Sibcl will have charge FRANK MCDOWELL Frank McDowell, 48 years old, ol McKccsport, a former resident ol Lemor\t, died Sund.iy night at D:2C o'clock at his home after a bnef illness of'pncumoni.i. He was the son of the late Addis McDowell and is survived by his wife, one brother, Edward, and two sisters, Mrs. M.iric Conn and Mn. Catherine Farmer, all of Uniontown. Mr. McDowell had been employed in the steel mill at McKccs,port for the past 2B years. Former Uniontown Contractor Dies Special to Tho Courier UNIONTOWN, Jan. ... Williams, 79 years old, died Sunday night at his home at 35 Connellsville street after a two weeks illness of pneumonia. A building contractor, lie retired about 20 years ago. Monessen Realtor Sentenced to Jail On Fraud Charges GREENSBURG, Jan. 10.--Eli H. j Wolf, Monessen real estate operator, was sentenced to two years in Wcst- for g n H* U 1 O 1 Q £ n I C". . W U £ 3lMlk«^tIl.l.'kl 1W L w w J^.UiA **1 , % . o Born March 18, 1859, In Stewart ' e l a n d county j a ,l Saturday f, township, a s,on of Joseph and Mar- defrauding clients out of $175,000. gorot Johnslonc Williams, he was a Thc formcr Sunday school supcr . descendant of a pioneer family that mtcndent a ld cholr smger , whose nd- scttled in the region known today as i miltcd cm'oezzlemcnU, victimized Ohiopyle. He was born about three roorc than 100 pc^ons who trusted miles from Ohiopyle and moved to | him was to ] d by visiting Judge Uniontown about 45 years ago. Challen W. Waychoff of Gieene His Wife, Ella Corrlbtan Williams, died in 1925. Surviving arc three daughters: Flora Williams and Mrs. W. R. Fcustcr, who live at the family home, and Mrs. F. C. Duvall of Monessen. 'Hicre grandchildren and are also two these brothers and sisters: C. M. Williams, St. Tnomas. Pa,; Robert E., Whitcmorc, C.U.; Mrs. Isabella Johnson, San Finncisco, Cal.; Mrs. Thomas Stanton, Montana, and Mrs. Charles Coppagc, Idaho. Three brothers and six sisters preceded him in death. Mr. Williams was a member of the Second Presbyterian Church for many years. He also was affiliated with the Odd Fellows. Somerset Doctors to Meet. MEYERSDALE, Jan. 10.--Dr. B. H. Hoke, secretary of the- Somerset County Medical Society, announced there will be a dinner meeting Thursday at Ferner Hotel with Dr. Waller M. Boitz of Grcensburc and Dr. James M. Mnyhcw as speakers. Mrs. r.innic Baker Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 10.--Mrs. Fannie Cascbccr Baker, 83, died Friday at her home at Geiger, near here. She leaves her husband, Abraham, a son, a daughter, three grandchildren, one brother and two sisters. afternoon with a brief service at the home at 1 o'clock followed by full rites at the South Connellsville Evangelical Church at 1:30 o'clock. Rev. W. S. Harr, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be made in Grcenhck Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director Clyde B. Brooks of Indian Head. county: "H at the end of six months "this matter IK called to the attention of the court, a parole will be considered very favorably." The court told him: "It the court lets sympathy overcome his judgment, it would result in a great injustice to tho public. Little fellows come into court who have stolen a few dollars or a sack of potatoes, and are sentenced. It would not do to permit a man who admits that he had defrauded people of $175,000 to escape punishment." Stairs Fall Fatal. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 10.--A fall from a second-floor bedroom window caused the death of Mrs. Anna Eardley, 67, Friday night, the coroner reported. Investigators said Mrs. Eard--. ley had been ill for six months. She suffered internal injuries and fractures of the left leg and arm in the two-story fall. GOOD SEIGHBOHS will tell you that to treat your cold promptly, and to help build strong resistance to colds," you should take Father John's Medicine. Its merit is proved by personal recommendation of one friend to another for four generations. It must be good. \ S3 YEARS IN USE FOR COLDS AND BODY BUILOIHG CI1AULES U. MARTZ Charles Robert Martr, six yc.irs, six months and Ave days old, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Perry D. Martz of Fourth street. South Connellsville, died at 1:44 o'clock Saturday afternoon of pneumonia after an illness of several days. Besides his parents, he is survived by two sisters, Grace and Frances, I one brother, Albert, all at home; a ' half-brother, William Moorman, of I Enst Washington avenue, and two half-sisters, Mrs. Thelma O'Noil and Mrs. Ruth Funfrock, both of Kingwood, W. Va. The funeral will be held Tuesday F R I E N D S H I P If it is ever necessary for you to assist a friend in making funeral arrangements, you will do it willingly. 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