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January 24, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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'PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1039. PERSONAL MENTION David Stoner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lcvi Stoner, 317 Woodlawn avenue, who has been! ill for several weeks from complications of tonsililis, is improviii,TM slowly. Another son, Richard, who was injured in a bicycle accident two weeks ago, was I able to return to school Monday. j Start the new yea: right with a complete sot of new ledgers, day books and' cash books. Loose leaf supplies and Shaw-Walker filing equipment. Everything for the office at Kcstncr's Book Store, 125' W. Apple St.--Advcrtiscrrcnt--Bjan-18t Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shivea tmd daughter. Mary Ellen, of, Jefferson street left this morning for Clcve- j land, Ohio, where Mrs. Shivcs.'-wlll undergo a. goitre operation ,at the Cleveland Clinic. Any fur-trimmed coat, cleancd'and pressed, 7Dc. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement.--23jan-4t. · Mrs. E. 1. Satterfield and daughter, Miss Dorothy, of Parkersburg, . W. Vii., are guests of the. former's · sister, Mrs. Laura Alguirc, .ot Craw. ford avenue, West Side. Chicken and biscuit supper, United Brethren Church, Pleasant Hill, Springfield Pike, Thursday, January 20th, beginning at 5 o'clock.--Ad: vertisement.--23jan-2t. James Cropp returned home Fri. day. evening after a three weeks' -visit with his-uncle and aunt, Mr. .and Mrs. George Lyons of Bobtown. Rummage sale, 115 W. Apple, Thurs., Jan. 26th, U. B. Church.-C Advertisement.--23jan-2t. . :.' 'Mrs. Mary Conway and nephew, '. Billy"Griffith of 'Pittsburgh, were ~guests of the former's brother-in-law 'land sister, Mr. and Mrs. George VSnydcr of South Conncllsvillc Sun-day. '.". '"-·' . . . '.. Card party by American Legion · Auxiliary, at American legion Homo, -Thursday, Fob;-16th, at 8:30-P.' M. Auction · bridge, "500" and other ^games. Prizes and door prize. -Lunch. .Admission 35c. -- Advertisement. -- 24jan-lt. f ' Miss Margaret Bodi.s has returned 'to her classes at California State Col- ! Icgc after spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. . Joseph Bodis of Vanderbilt. A musical comedy, "Step This Way," will be presented by the Junior Culture Club, Thursday, Feb. 16th, High School Auditorium. Bcne- . fit eye fund. Tickets SOc.--Advcr- . tiscment.--24jan-K. Mrs. George Zuback is seriously - i'! at her. home at Lcisenririg No. 1, '. Buy your coat now--prices way · down. Princess Shop.--Advertise- ment.--24jan-lt. Miss Helen Keil, Miss Mary Jane Herd, Miss Ruth Kern, Miss Marjorie Haynes, Miss Yolanda J. Fasbla and Alfred Fasola went to Pittsburgh Monday evening and attended · the concert at Carnegie Hall ol the Barrere-Britt Trio, consisting of .George Barrerre, flutist; Horace Britt, cellist and Jerome Rapport, pianist. Cafeteria, Christian Church, .Wednesday evening, 5:00 to 7:00--Adver- tisement.--24jan-lt. ' Dr. Louis Shrallow is ill at his home in Isabella Road. New shipment Chinese Checkers at Kestner's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St.--Ad vertisemen t.--24 jan-41. Robert Brindle of Poplar Grove was a business caller at Scottdalc Monday. Irvin and Louis Shulsy, students at California State Teachers College, are spending the mid-semester vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. . John Shutsy,' of Brookvile. Mr. and Mrs. William C. DcMuth of South Pittsburg street visited in Pittsburgh today. Hiram Lepley is ill with grip at his home in East Murphy avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Cohen of Pittsburgh visited Mrs. Cohen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Mcrvis, of West Green street, Monday. Hussell Axelson and Miss Lucille .Stein of McKcesport visited over the ..week-end with the former's brother- in-law and sisted, Mr. and Mrs. An',drew R. McNeil, of East Crawford · avenue. Mrs. C. H. Wcisgerbcr ot Vine . street is attending the seventy-fourth annual diocesan convention ot the Episcopal Church which convenec '.this morning at Trinity Cathedral 'Pittsburgh. Bishop Alexander Mann of the Pittsburgh diocese was th ^principal speaker at the morning ;scssion. Mrs. Weisgerbcr is representing Trinity Episcopal Church. Aunt Het By ROBEKT CtULLUiN "I vccUon Nature tries to arrange things right. She keeps younguns small enough to handle till they've had time to learn how to behave without spankin'." Grim Reaper SCO By RJ.SCuiT MRS. ELI MAYHOR.V Mrs. Emma Jane Bush Mayhorn, 57 years old, widow of Eli Mayhorn, dicd-Sunday morning at her home at 217 Fifth street, California, after a week's illness of a heart ailment. Mrs. Mayhorn was born at Dawson, Fayette county. March 5, 1881, a daughter of the late Me. and Mrs. John Bush-and had resided at California for a number of years. Her j husband died three years, ago. She is survived by an adopted daughter. Miss Mabel Dreamer, at home, and one sister, Mrs. Sarah Brown, of Pittsburgh. , .'The funeral service wasMield this oftcrnoon at the home ot California with Rev., George W.'; iGnodRrass, pastor of Coal Center'Presbyterian Church, in charge. Interment was Tiadc in Highland Cemetery near California. JACOB J. SPENCE. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 24.-Jacob J. Spence, 74 years old, died ust before noon Monday at his lomc, -108 East Main street, after a ingering illness. Mr. Spence was a retired glass vorker of the L. E. Smith Glass Company. He was a member ot Moss ?osc Lodge, I. O. O. F., and Julia Febekah Lodge. He is survived by his wife! Mrs. Alice Wintrod Spence, and two children, Mrs. W. W. McCombs, Detroit vlich., and Ccdric Spence, Mount Pleasant, three grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. ,-Thc funeral ;:scryicc .will be held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at :he home in* charge of Rev. E. G. Sawyer. Interment will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. CORK PALACE EWTlr3.ELY M A D E o V C O R N - HUMDREDS Of BUSHELS of CORK Y/E M.SO EX-fERlOR . (\(W\ DBCORA11OHS Easi Siam Missionary Will Speak Tonight MOTHER SLAYER, W I L L / U N D E R G O I SANITY TESTS j PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 24--Charles ' Rev. Paul W. Gunther, pioneer j missionary ot East Siam, will speak , at 7:30 o'clock tonight av jie Gospel! Kicnle. «. a civilian draftsman at Tabernacle, Christian and Missionary the Philadelphia navy yard and Alliance, at 108 Porter avenue, Rev. described as a "model son," today Wylie E. Smith, pastor, announced. underwent mental tests to determine Rev. Gunther will 'show pictures of tho missionaryj field of T'RFI Siam. The public is extended an invitation. I ' , whether he could have been legally sane when he killed his 67-year-old widowed mother with an axe. His wife, Margaret, told authorities after the tragedy that Kienle had suffered a serious nervous breakdown will be devoted to other types o f , cooking which modern electric equip- ; eifihl years ago. ment has simplified to the '"nth" ! "I don t know why I did it,' Kienle be several one- dcgrcc. told police after being revived from a nervous collapse that followed the my mother with the blunt end of the axe." SEEPS,-r'riREE.-io' t_i=.rMupOt.S Ol-D, BRO11^H'1' FR.ON\ A. -^ MA.NCHURIA.U PEA-f BO^,HAVE.PRODllCEP FLOURISHING PLAK'f'S IK -frtE. TMEl-P MUSE.UM, CrUCA-^O Co;, 15)9. Kjr,; Iti PERCENT OFTrlE FOOD EAEN BY" A Q O O D COW There'll 1 "occss meals--one for the steam f * cooker, a beautiful broiled fish din- 1 killing. '.'I loved her more than any- net, and one of the popular oven | one in the world. I was chopping meals that arc so time-releasing for wood in the cellar near where she the cook x I w a s sor£in S the clothes. All of a The second class will be called ] sudden an irresistible impulse came "budget meals" and, as the name im- over me and I walked over and tut plies, Mrs, Bathgatc has chosen meals to fit the most rigid budget and economizes in time, food and heat. She delights in showing her audiences how modern kitchen equipment helps to keep down household expenses. There will be steam cooker meals, oven meals, and one-dish meals on this program--recipes for jelly roll, chilled puddings, soups and cookies. Mrs. John M. Young, president of the Business and Professional Women's Club, will be hostess tomorrow morning. MILK Kept Awake 11 ision, r its B i n t GET UP AT NIGHT? A DIURETIC »linu- l«nt ttich as Dr. Pierce'* A-miric is often indicated And ufiuUlj it is sufficient to relieve minor I kidncr Irregularities. W. f C. I'easlcy, Route 2. Bradford. 1'a., t»yf: "Uccausc oE lots of te»t I wduld feel worn out, but since using Ir. ]'i«rc«'» Anu« ric Tablets I icet just fine and am not annoyed by uctune up nights. Buy A-nuric »t your drug store today. By United Pr«s. CHICAGO, Jan. 24--Adama Schus- fay, 'Jl, slept last night for the lir.U railroad worker. He said the man he kept seeing in his cell was his victim. "I got to gel some sleep," he said. time in 12 nights. For 11 nights, in his cell at a district police slat-on. he had been tormented by the vision | He said he and two other men, of a man dressed as a railroad sec- | ni , mc d Dominick and Jimmy, were tion hand. Yesterday he summoned Captain ! onp m a' n resisted. "I ain't had no sleep since 1 been here. 1 ' robbing a section gang in 1919 when MRS. OLIVE FOSTER UNIONTOWN, Jan. 24.--Funeral service for Mrs. Olive Hughes Foster. 59, wife of Alonzo N. Foster, local merchant, who died at 1 o'clock Monday afternoon in Uniontown Hospital, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home at 431 West Berkeley street with Rev. C. D. Smitley and Rev. L. S. Clark officiating. Interment will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Foster, daughter of tht late John H. and Mary Ellen Wnrmnn leaves her husband, ono son, two brothers and three sisters. Thomas Connelly and confessed the i »jj c c;imc toward me and I shot slaying 20 years ago of a Minneapolis h im . N OW [ keep seeing him every night." Jailers said Schasky appeared relieved after his confession. They said he spent a restful night and appeared to sleep soundly. Minneapolis and St. Paul police were checking their records to determine the identity of the man Schasky confessed he killed. They said Schasky had served H years in the Still Water, Minn., prison tor ,..., . . ... robbery. He also served a six month little Inter they erm at , hc Vand . lli . li ,,,,_ prison farm n 1935, and three years at the Wau- aun, Wis., prison for robbery. He as seized here January 12 on a harfle of burglary after the fact, 'olice said he was holding stolen vatchcs and diamond rings for Mike Vojcik. who recently confessed he lad stolen $-10,000 in cash and jewelry n a scries of ladder burglaries dur- ng the past three years. tcr, Mr. and Mrs. John Carberry of Crucible, with whom she mads her home. Mr. and Mrs. Crablc were among the early pioneer families of Redstone township, settling in what is mown by the r older residents as Crablc Hollow near what is now Royal or Chestnut Ridge. They resided there until both retired several years ago. A took up their permanent residence with Mr. and Mrs. Carberry. NIXIAX BOGGS Ninian Boggs, .88 years old, died Sunday at the .home o.f his-daughter, Mrs. Charlcs-bcrflinger, 1014 Eighth avenue, New Brighton.- ·· A brief funeral service will be htld at 8 o'clock tonight at New Brighton followed by lull rites at .1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the- West Newton United Presbyterian Church. Interment will Cemetery. be in West Newton MRS. THOMAS CRABLE UNIONTOV.'N, Jan. 24. -- Mrs. Minnie CrawJord Crable, 70, widow ol Thomas Crable, died at 3:30 this morning as the result of n paralytic stroke suffered Thursday night in the residence of a son-in-law and daugh- SPRINGEK FUNERAL Uniontown Lodge, B. P. O. Klks, will have charge of the funeral service for'Zadock B. (Zed) Springer, a past exalted ruler, ot Uniontown. The Elks ritual will be held at 11 o'clock tonight at the Johnston mortuary and the funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with Rev. H. H. Will officiating. Interment will be in Park Place Cemetery. MRS. LILLIAN TRUESDELL Mrs. Lillian Baker Gibbs Trucs- dell. a former resident ot Somerset county, died Sunday at her home at 2227 Spring Garden avenue, Pittsburgh. The funeral service will bo held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Ihc Edwin W. Hanley Funeral Home at 913 Sandusky street, Pittsburgh. ·WILLIAM J. KITE William J. Kite, 65, husband of Margaret Kite, died Sunday night at his home on Mt. Vernon road. Elizabeth township, Allegheny county. The funeral service was held this afternoon. Interment was in West Newton Cemetery. I. O. O. F. Meets Wednesday. General Worth Encampment, Odd Fellows, will hold its regular meeting Wednesday night in I. O. O. F. Temple. Second degree will be conferred on a class of. candidates. Visitors will attend from Uniontown and Point Marion encampments. The .social committee will serve refreshments. Held After Complaints. ;· UNIONTOWN, Jan. Zi Complaints of Kcisterville residents led to the arrest by Assistant County Detective Wilbert R, Minerd of Helen and Mary Opinsky of Lemont and Clyde Rodahcavcr and Aaron- Dean of Kcisterville at the latter's home. ."Must License. Does. GREENSBURG, Jan. 2-1.--Failure to show a license tag for a dog six months or over of age will subject the owner to a fine ranging from $5 to $100, Dog Law Enforcement' Officer A. W. Thciss of Moncsscn \ announced. He said prosecutions ( would begin February 1. : Dies at Priccdalc. Mrs. Teresa Zcgzdryin, 45, wife of Kazimier Zegzdryin of Pricedale, died Saturday at her home after a week's illness. Her husband, a -daughter and a son survive. M O D E R N W O M E N Need Not SuJrcf moniHp p*io and delay due to Today and Tomorrow Iliom |l» fli r fteiMtd b) Cforj, 235 cities rocked wKh laughter when tliaj UH H on the staje last year! "Less Taxes. More Jobs," WASHINGTON, Jan. 24.--U. -humbcr of Commcrc-e started put- ing up 25,000 posters throughout tho Nation, saying "Less Taxes, More ·obs." "Reducing taxes is the surest vny to restore confidence. inal;ing it possible for business to expand and employ the idle," President G. H. Davis said. Cake Baking To Feature First Cooking School A cake baking clinic will be the curtain raiser tor the first class of The Courier throe-day cooking school which starts tomorrow morning. Mrs. Dorothy Bathgate, who is conducting the classes, calls this first program 'Lighter Tatlcs," among the things she simplifies with her modern equipment is the problem of baking cakes. The school will be held at the Or- phcum Theatre with classes beginning at 9 o'''ick. First, she'll give a recipe for a true sponge cake. And, believe it or not, Mrs. Bathgatc beats the eggs fo"r this cake for 30 minutes! "I've selected this i.icipe for the cooking school," said Mrs. Bathgatc, "because its one ot the most difficult cakes to bake. Its success depends largely on sufficient beating and on controlled, even heat for baking. Of course this r;cipc isn't one I'd tackle if I :.ad to beat the cgRs 30 minutes by hand, but the electric mi.xcr makes the task light, and- I can let it beat away while I get the rest of the ingredients rcaclv. "When we tested this recipe we were surprised that the beating time actually rrcde :iuch a difference. The eggs chanced in appearance every five minutes and we soon found they needed this long beating to give our cuke the true sponge texture. "The mixer and the dependable electric range oven are the two things that make this cake easy to bake. Of course, there arc other things that contribute to the perfection of the cake--such as the age of the eggs-but I'll lake those up at cooking class." Another cake'Mrs. Bathgate will bake is a delicate affair called meringue caUc, which is both cake and icing baked at one time. · The remainder of the first class It's stronger than love, this mystic force that makes i woman lose her heart to a man who lias lost his soul! Brave or foolish...some day you may be that woman...or die man who needs her above all else. Also Floyd Gibbons World Latest 'eivs OUR XKXT ATT3MCTIOX "SWEETHEARTS" --Home economist anil lecturer jit TllP Courier Cooking School Selected llornl decorations for use In the school from "Why not follow her example! P. R DeMUTH SOWS 10S So. 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