The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 21, 1939 · Page 6
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Saturday, January 21, 1939
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PAGE SIX. DAlLif COURIER, CUNINlUljkBVJLUUrii, r.i' SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, PERSONAL MENTION Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis L. Withcrite of Fairmont. W. Va., arc spending the week-end with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Witheritc in Vine street, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Downs of East Patterson avenue. . 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 Kestncr's Book Store. .125' W. Apple St.--Advertisement--6jan-18t ' Miss Hose Vona returned Sunday to her home in East Crawford avenue after a visit in Philadelphia and New York City for two weeks. Just received another shipment of Chinese Checkers. The good- kind! Get your's now. Keagy's Drug Store.--Advertisement.-21-jan.-lt. Miss Dorotl.y Liebcrt of Esst Cedar avenue is in Pittsburgh for over, the week-end. · · · Special, Sl.OO fast color dresses, now 69c. Princess Shop.--^Advertise- ment.--21jan-lt. Miss Jane Thruse, who had resided in West Crawford avenue, went to Duqucsne where she will make her future home. The' annual baked ham supper o£ United Brcthrcrt Church will be held Thursday evening, February 16th Advertiscmenl.-jan.-21-27-feb.-3. Edward S. Spotovich o f " North - Seventh street. West Side, assistant football coach at the High School, is .spending the week-end in Pittsburgh. , Miss Dorothy Hackney, daughter of Mrs. W. O. Adrian of Uniontown left today for St. Petersburg, Fla., tot a several months' visit · with her brother, William Hackney, a student at the Florida Military Academy While in Florida, Miss Hackney will make arrangements for enrolling as a student next fall at Ta]lahassc£_e61- lege for-Women, Tallahassee."'" · Mrs. L. M. Findlcy and "daughter Mrs. Howard Clark of South ^Eighth street. Greenwood, returned^ home this morninff from Wynndbtle, Mich, ·where they spent a week as the euest: of Mrs. Findlcy's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller Margaret Irvin of Dawson was admitted to the Uniontown Hospital for medical treatment. Mrs. M. C. O'Connor · of South Eighth street. Greenwood, was Morgantown, W. Va., Friday visiting Peter Friel, a patient In a' hospita' there. Mr. Friel, a cousin of Mr O'Connor, is receiving treatment. :He is employed near Morgantown and is ' a brother of Miss -Mary Friel, nurse at St. Mary's Hospital, Clarksburg W. Va.. a former resident of Connellsville. ' ' C. H. Bird, well-known resident of 'Addlson, is reported to be seriously ill at his home. He suffered a hear attack earlier in the week. . " Four Miners' Tests Scheduled Next Week The Bituminous Miners' Examining Board of which Earl Miller of Indian Head is .chairman will conduct fou tests next week, Secretary Paul Vucish of New Alexandria an nounccd today. The examinations will be con ducted as follows: Monday, Uniontown, courthouse. Tuesday, Fairbank, union hall. Wednesday, Scottdalc, borougl building. Thursday, Mount Pleasant, borough building. Sessions will begin promptly at : 'A. M. and 1 P. M., the secretary said. Supported Relief BUI. Congressman J. Buell Snyder voice for a- bill appropriating $725,000,00 for work relief during the next flv month, a bill adopted 397 to 16. Th Treasure prohibits payment of relic to aliens, limitis differentials in WP/ wages paid in various states r tb'2 per cent,- prohibits use T of-WPA-^urid for plants to compete with privat Industry, nullifies President Roose volt's recent order blanketing som 27,500 "WPA administrative official in the civil service *and forbids poll tics in relief. He had also voted fo Representative Bankhcad of Alabam as House Speaker who was elccte over Representative Martin, Repub lican, of Massachusetts, 243 ,to 108. Xroon 3 Meets Tonight;. The Boy Scouts of Troo'p No. . will meet at 7:30 o'clock thls-evenin at the troop room in the Immucul-it Conception School. From there the will go in a body to the lato horn of John King in West Patterson ave nue. where they will pay^ their spects. A son of the deceased, Job King, Jr., is a member .of ITroop 3 The Scouts are requested to wear their uniforms. . · "" '· " Mid-Winier Specials in DRY CLEANING Any Fur-Trimmed coat 79c Men's Topcoats 59c Men's Suits 59c Any Plain Dress 59c RELIN1NG, ALTERING . AXD REPAIRING AT REDUCED PRICES 1'rce Onll anil Delivery. Phone 1965 S I M O N S Cos/i Carry CLEANERS . 105 South ritisbure Street .' 921 \Vcst Crawford A\'cnuc. Aunt-HeP ^ By ROBERT : QUl.LLEN-_ "It's hard to keep a new .doctor in the country. The deadbeato all use him; and by the time he finds out which ones will pay, lie's too discouraged to stay on."_ Quitting Post THE GRIM REAPER NEWS OF THE COURTS UNIONTOWN, Jan. 21:--Chiirging esertion and that her husband reused to · provide and maintain a ome for her, Mary-Jean Phelan, 20, aughtet of Albert: Cole, Evans Sta- ion, Uniontown R. D. 1, was granted divorce'from'Francis Phelan, 26,Mt. Jraddock. mechanic, in a decree landed'.tio\Vn" by Judge Harry A. Cottom. Mrs. Emma K. Ross, North Union owriship, a ' witness, when asked bout the wife's ability 'to keep house, declared "she is better qualified than most girls" to keep and maintain a iome." ' " ' % ; The wife's" father told the master hat when ' his - daughter '· .brought Phelan in and introduced him as her lUsband, following the marriage No- ·embcr 1, 1036, in Wheeling, he; said: 'I shook hands with him and told lim : thnt the next time I met him I rould tell him whether I was pleased o meet him- or not.- I never like to ell a man I am pleased to meet him he first time I meet- him." Ex-Judge J. W. Dawson, master in he case, recommended the divorce, iting in support- a ruling recently landed .down by Judge .W.. Russell ?arr Sri a.simUar proceeding in which the jurist sot forth: "Every husband owes his wife a home according,,to ,, their ,'circum- tances and. station in life, even be "but a single room, where hey may live ,In the' enjoyment of each other's companionship and bring up their 'child'ren free from unwarranted interef erencc. - From this "ibligation he. can "not 'be rexemptcd y any agreement..made' cither before or after marriage: 1 ". Colonel George- Dctar Dies. GREENSBURG, Jan. 21.--Colonel eorgc Detar, 81, one of the city's oldest citizens and a member o: Company I, old 10th Regiment, of Spanish War fame, died Thursday at lis home at 46 Division street. The 'uneral service will be held at o'clock Saturday afternoon. Abandon SchuschnicK Trial. BERLIN, Jan. 21.--Well informed ierman quarters admitted that plans io bring former Austrian Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg to trial for opposing the Austro-German anschluss have been abandoned.- · ; ;; .-..- B. O. Enginccr.-Dlcs,... Robert E. Rice, a Baltimore Oh'io, died-Thursday at his' home 'at Cumberland/.Md.- 'He was'58" ". " . " ' . Colonel Bichllc Honored. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 21.--Licu. - . T c o s r - o elected commander of the Milita Order of Foreign Wars of the United States, Pennsylvania Commandery. George Rublce, director of the In- tcr-Governrnontal Committee on Political Refugees, is pictured on arri- \*al in Berlin to negotiate for Jewish 'migration. Official quarters advise Rubleo is returning home "very soon" nnd that a new director will' "w appointed. Special Services at \ Vanderbili Charge Will Begin Sunday America of special services for the churches of the -Vnnderbilt charge, composed of James Cochran Memorial M. E. Church at Vanderbilt, Jacobs Creek M. E. Church and Wesley Chapel M. E. Church of Scottdalc R. D. 1, will begin Sunday · evening at the Jacobs Creek church. Speakers for the .week are as follows: -Sunday, Miss-Mac Webster of the Community Center, .Monarch; Tuesday, Dr. . Thomas Charlesworth of. the , Philip Cochran. Memorial Church of Dawson; Wednesday, Rev. M. R. Guest; Thursday, Mrs. J. M. Somers with the Ladies' Bible Class in charge, and Friday, Rev. O. G. Cook, pastor of the Dunbar-Grcen- wood M. E, churches. All services will start promptly at 7:30 .o'clock, with a half hour song service. The public is cordially invited to' attend. WILLIAM II. IlEIBEK William IT. Eeibcr, 88 years old, a widely-known resident of ConiHiencc, died at 7 o'clock Friday morning at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H: L. Wright, at 544 Locust street, Grccnsburg, after an illness of several weeks of complications. Mr. Reiber was a son of the lute John and Mary llcibef of Confluence and had spen'. the greater part of his life in that Somerset county community where he was engaged In farming until about 20 years ago when lie moved into the borough. He was regarded as one of the most substantial cili/cns ot Dint region. Mr. Beibcr xvas preceded In death by his wife, Mrs. Louise Deal Reiber, in July, 1033, and also by a small daughter. He leaves to mourn his deatli, two daughters, Mrs. Wright mil Mrs. William A. Burnworth ot Confluence, and one son, Arthur C. Reiber, of San Bernardino, Cal. There also survives one .sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Show of Confluence, who next April 1 will mark her 08th birthday anniversary, and five grandchildren. Mr. Reiber made his home 1n GrcensburR with the Wrights each winter and had spent the summers with Inc. Burmvorlhs at Confluence. He was a member of the Lutheran Church practically all ot his life. There will be a prayer at 7:45 o'clock tonight at the Wright home at Grccnsburg with a full funeral service al I o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Confluence Lutheran Church Rev. George O. Rittcr, retired pastor will officiate, assisted by Rev. J. F Shannon, pastor, nnd Rev. J. O. Martin, Confluence Methodist Episcopal minister. Interment will be in the Confluence cemetery. Firemen's Banquet To Be in February Annual banquet of the New Haven Hose Company and Firemen's Band will-be hcld-in February, the time to be fixed by a committee in charge, it was decided at Thursday night's meeting of the company. Chris Staincs and Frank E. Freeman wire named members of a corn- Fire Chief William E. DeBolt, mittee to work out details of the dinner. MRS. LOUIS POSPISII; Mrs. Susan Pospisil, 40 years died at 3 o'clock Friday morning al her home in Acme. She is survivec by her husband, Louis Pospisil and seven children: Frank of Acme; Mrs. Mary Gctrisko, of Duqucsne: Mrs. Millie Lehman of Mount Pleasant; Mrs. Christina Howard, of Acme John, Anna and Edward at home Five grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs Mary Harvan, of Vestaburg; Mrs Anna Bizub, of Acme; Mrs. Catherine Coyne, of Pittsburgh; Mrs. Helen Labuda, ot United, and a brother John Labuda, of United, also survive The funeral mass-will be held a 10 o'clock Monday rooming in the St. Vincent Church. Interment wil be made in the St Vincent cemetery Sinsrcr. Actor Married. NEW YORK, Jan. 21.--Blonde Miss Peg La Centra, radio actress and singer, married Paul Sternbcrg, actor, at Arlington, Va., after a trip from New York. Stcrnberg, known professionally as Paul Stewart, is associated with Orson Welles in radio presentations. ALOIS C. BEAUMONT Aldis C. Beaumont, 75 years old ot 7:30 o'clock Friday morning at hi; home in Rostraver township, nca Smithton, of complications after a lingering illness. He is survived by his wife, Rebecca J.; two sons, John C. and Thomas of Rostraver township; and twi brothers, John and Howard of Un iontown. The funeral service will be held a 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Inter ment will be made in Mount Wash ington Cemetery near PcrryopoHs in charge of the undertaking firm of Ir Blair Sons. Rudy, Sonja in Movie. HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 21.--Sonja Heine will have a new leading man in her next film, none other than flandman Rudy Vallcc. The picture, "When Winter Comes," will · start next month. Don Ameche also will be'in the cast. John T. Bowers Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 21.--John Thomos-Bowers;49, died Thursday night at his home at Stoyestown. He leaves his wife, six children, two sisters and four brothers. ..":·:-.?· :.'__A.iso-- ' :·££·' Two :iBi[? Serials: : "rinr T'yMjit'S LUCK" Showing Mutfucc Only. · "".' No. i "S. O. S.'COAST «UAUI)" -, - Sliowlnt; All Buy. EX'JV WJBKK--:MOX;' : 'J'UES., AVKI). Crertstefl, tke wy ne're packing -- eh Patrick? SPECIAL SHOWING TODAY! INAUGURAL PARADE and ADDRESS in HARRISBURG MRS. CHARLES C. McGRATH Mrs. Anna G. Quinn McGrath, wif of Charles C. McGrath, former resi dents of Connellsville, died at 7:3 o'clock Wednesday night at her horn at 813 Maple avenue at Turtle Creei after a lingering illness. Mrs. McGrath, a native of Scott dale, had resided in Connellsville fo many ycnrs before the family move into the Pittsburgh area about 2 years ago. Her husband for year was manager of the old McGrat shops here. , The funeral mass was held thi morning in St Colcman's Church a Turtle Creek. «I-Knew Mr. Coster" MRS. REBECCA GA.STKILL Mrs. Rebcccn M. Gastkill, 46 years Id, diud at 8:05 o'clock Friday night t the home of her sister, Mrs. Ann .lizubclh Shearer, at Knoxvillc. near 'ittsburgh, after an illness that had inception in November. j Mrs. Knstkill was born at Moycr | n May 22. 1802, a dniiKhtcr of the lie John and Sadie Whitman Mac- ! Donald. She had spent the greater | rt of her life in Connellsville. She is survived by two sons, John d Harold, of. Connellsville four Brothers, C. L. MaeDonald of East, tlurphy avenue. Harry W. MacDonald of Keokuk, Iowa, Paul T. MaeDonald of KiUanning and John V. MncDonuld of Grove City, and three sisters. Mrs. Shearer of-Knox- 'llle, Mrs. E. II. Lanfiford of Grand- 'iew avenue and Mrs. W. R. Kooscr if the Springfield pike. Mrs. Gastldll was a member of he G. I. A. of the B. o( L. E..' Jennie- Layton Auxiliary of the Balti- morc Si Ohio Veterans Association, he First Baptist Church of Connellsville and the Philalhcax Bible Class. The funeral service will be held al 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at the tome of a brother, C. L. MaeDonald, at BIO East Murphy avenue with Rev. J. S, Brownlee, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Hill Grove Cemetery n charge of Funeral Director Charles A. McCormick. jTho body was removed to the MaeDonald home late this afternoon. 1 Six Westmoreland Men Arrested for I Series of Thefts By United Press. WASHINGTON, Pa., Jan. 21.-Failure to transfer title on a ncwly- purchased automobile, SUitc Motor Police here said, led to the arrest ol six men jind the complete- solution o£ a series ot robberies in the Mon- onnohela Valley over a period o£ at least two months. Loot totalled over S300. The six arrested, all from Nortli-- Belle Vernon, Westmoreland county, arc John Nicholctti, 23, his brother, Tony, 17; Steve Hayduk, 18; John Hlslro, 19; James Brill, 19, nnd Herman Steinmiller, 19. A seventh man, William Smichnick, 20, was discharged due to lack oC evidence, police said.' . ; cri. "Chotty" Milburn Acquaintance of glamorous Charlotte "Chotty" Milbnrn with the lata F. Donald Coster, is under federal scrutiny following report she was on payroll of McKesson Robbing in mysterious capacity. Subpoenaed by investigators in Now York, sho declared, "I knew Mr. Coster well.". Licenses for Bicycles, A bill introduced in the State Legislature provides for the liccnsins of all bicycles in Pennsylvania, a fee of ?1 being required for each registration under the supervision of the State. MRS. ELLA C. MYERS The funeral sen-ice for Mrs. Ella C. Myers of Ohiopyle will be held at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon, at the riome there with Rev. A. R. Mans- bcrgcr, pastor of the Methodist Protestant Church of Connellsville. officiating. Burial will be in Hill Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Myers, widow of Jackson Myers, who died four years ago, was 31 years old and had been a resident of Ohiopyle all her life. To the people of the community she was familiarly known as "Granny" Myers Mrs. Myers became ill two weeks ago and her condition steadily became worse. Death occurred nt 11:45 o'clock Friday morning. Surviving are these children: Mrs, Hampton Hall of Confluence, Mrs. Clara Dull of Connellsville, Mrs. John Collins of Ohiopyle, and at home Is Mrs. Audrey Freehling, whom. Mrs. Myers had raised from childhood. She also leaves a sister, Mrs. Eva Jamison of Morefleld, W. Va., two brothers, Frank Woodmancy of Ohiopyle and John Woodmancy of Dunkirk, Ohio, a half-brother, John Boyd of Clcarfleld, 22 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. WAYNE RICHARD STARK Wayne Richard Stark, four-year- old son of Richard and Thelma Miller Stark of Whig Comer, Stewart township, near Normalville, died at 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon after an illness of pneumonia. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at Hickman Chapel, Whig Corner, with' Rev. F. S. Wortman, pastor of Mill Run Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be made in the church/cemetery. Bituminous Hearing Planned January 31 WASHINGTON, Jan. ' 2 1 ' -- The Coal Commission said it would conduct a hearing January 31 on proposed rules governing soft coal distributors who receive discounts and price , allowances from bituminous coal producers. Under the Bituminous coal act, the commission is authorized to prescribe the maximum discounts and price allowances producers may make for such distributors as farmers' cooperatives. Coxcy's Tension Plan. MASSILLON, Ohio, Jan. 21.-General Jacob S. Coxcy, who led a march of unemployed on Washington during the 1893. depression, outlined a plan to give every man and woman more than 50 years of Rge n $200'-a- month pension.and thereby return "continuous prosperty" to the country. .' . . · · D U T Y ottcii pursues a troublous path No duty presses so heavily · as the duty of buryinc your dead. Charles A, McCormick pledges you every aid in discharging this duty to your loved ones. ChasA. McCormick FUNERAL SERVICE 306 So. Flttsbnrg St. ·· 85-J . --Phone-- 8S-5I MRS. ANNA C. WILLEY Mrs. Anna Catherine Willcy, 64 years old, died Friday afternoon at her home at Oliphant after ah illness of. complications. MRS. SARAH CHIPPS Mrs. Sarah Chipps, 88 years old, died Thursday night at the home of a son, Charles Chipps, o£ Haydentown. Met Opera Singer Mother. NEW YORK, Jan. 21.--A girl was born, to Susannc Fisher of .the Metropolitan Opera Company and her husband, Clifford Mentz, tenor. ALL THE TRADITION OF THE BLUE GRASS COUNTRY...a»/vemtr,e'' jeweled hues of Tecfmicofor. 1 ' Whore every,golden day is · made for of kings ..'· ...a love all fire and pride is' kindled in smoldering enmity] " ' ...and its faith tested on the]·····'·, Day all thoroughbreds live: for...lhe.Kentueky Derby.!!;' ' IN JECHN/COLOfi ff LORETTA YOUNG -RICHARD GREENE.; WALTER BRENNAN · DOUGLAS DUMBRILLE KAREN MORLEY · MORONI OtSEN ' .'.'. Dirttttd \y David Bullcr · 'm»i\»'t n»*i 11 c*s* M**^r « icr*** Pkr F A 20lh CanturyFox Picture Carry I F.Zanuck In Charge oF Production DON'T FORGET MIDNITE SHOW SUNDAY, JAN. 22 THE NEW TODAY e MONDAY · TUESDAY Feature No. 1 Two Hearts that beat for One! The two most bcauti- ; fu.1 women, in Paris- lay tKcif hearts at the' feet of this, laughing vagabond..-.this gay, dashing poet-rogue... Francois Villon. HUGUtTTt UlUn D..w] Stormy b«outy who rfor«» tht fvry or a fatlt tmlUI Feature No. 2 IOVE-MAF1N'. .. HUSTLES-BBEAK1N' . . . S W E E T TONE. 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