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January 13, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 103S. PERSONAL MENTION Mis. Roy ShulU of McKcan, who hud been visiting her mother, Mrs. Jacob Engel of E,tbt Murpny avenue, was admitted to Fnck rvlemorial I Hospital, Mount Pleasant, this morn- j ing. She will undergo a iinus opera- | tion. I Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.-*-Ad- ycrtiscment.--9oet-tf. i Lloyd E. Ringer of South Councils- ' ville, -who was called home by the . death of his brother, Raymond R. j Rinflier, hai» returned to Morgantown, J V r . Va., to resume his studies at the Umvelsi'.v of West Virginia. · Far trimmed eoats, cleaned and ', pressed, 70c. Simons Cash Carry I jCleancrs.--Advertisement.--10jan-4t. ~ Mr. and Mrs. .H. L. Picrsol of Crawford avenue, West Side, arc ie- _covcr.inK fiom a two weeks illness of "Slip. Mrs. Picrsol received word that her brother, John Campbell, of Wes,t Newton, is also confined to his rfaomc-by illness. _ _ tr~"500" and bingo. P. H. C. Hall, ^Thursday night, 8:30 Door prize,' dunch. Admission 25c.--Advertisc- ~mont.--12jai-2t. - Mrs. J. A. McCreary of Carnegie I ;nvcnuc arrived home Tuesday night! ;lronvGanton, Ohio, where she visited j -hcr-mother, Mrs. A. M. Cnlc and her | -brothers, H. B. and Don A. Crile. » Corel party, St. Aloysius Hall, rDuribar, · Wednesday,' Januarj -26th. ^Bridge; "500i"- and bingo". Valuable ^pnze^.--Money for door prize. Ad- rmission 35c.--Advertisement.--jan- -7-13-25. ~ Mrs. A. O. Bixlcr. and sons, A. O., rJr. and Don, of Gary, Inu., returned *Jiome Wednesday,after, a visit with ;thc former's mothcr-m-law, Mrs. A. :_O. Bixler and family of East Murphy "avenue. , Man Wanted--Opportunity. Mar- ,ried man preferred. Over 25 years of age. Permanent position, good "earnings to stait. Must have a ear. Apply Friday, 10 to 12 A. M., at Appliance Dept., Troutman's. Ask for .Mr.. Zcigler.--Advertisement --13-lt ';. Guests of Mrs. Anna Springer of ^therWhite Front Apartment's, North ZPittshurg street-Saturday night were Cher-"son,_Captain Allen R. Springer -of the Army Air Corps, stationed at -ILangley Field, Va., and her son and Xdaughter-in-law, Captain and Mrs. ^Robert W. Springer . of Monosscn. rcaptain Allen Springer flew from --Langlcy Field to Pittsburgh and was " met their by his brother from Mon- «cssen. Accompanying the Springers --lo Moncssen Saturday night, he was r their guest until Sunday when he left "Pittsburgh by plane for Langley -Field. "- Penny bingo Jr. O. U. A. M.,-Odd "Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg ^street, Friday -night, 8:30.--Adver- "tiscmcnt--13-lan-2t. . . ,, ^ Mr. and 7-'.rs, Samuel T. Bcnford £_"ot South Ninth street. Greenwood, ^ called at the home of Max Rackoff at --New Kensington Wednesday morn- 7 ing to express their sympathy hi the 1 death, of Mrs. Rackoff. Misses Har- "nct and Kathcrinc Humphrey of .;!Easl Cedar avenue called at the ~homc. Tuesday evening. . ~ Mrs. J. W. Kelly returned to Pitts--burg Wednesday, having visited her -- daughter, Mrs. Mabel Marietta, of -Race street for a few days. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Kent B. Clifton of -South Arch street have moved to -Morrell avenue. Miss Martha Sellers is ill at her "home in West Green street. . John Wallace, Charles Robinson, ..Mrs. George Hazen, Miss Sara Gigli- ~otti and Miss Betty Jordan attended the concert given by Yehudi _· Menuhin at Syria Mosque, Pitts' burgh, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Fred Daberko of South Pittsburg street, who was confined to her home by illness, is able to be out again. John F. May, notary public, of · Conncllsvillc township, returned ·from n business strip to Pittsburgh ,and West Newton, Tuesday and this ··; morning left for Somerset on -business. Miss Lola Shrrrick of Terra Alta, C.W. Va., is visiting her brother and "sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. E. C. T THE OLD HOME TOWN «- tered U 5. P*t*nt 0(f«« By STANLEY Aunt Met By ROUEJRT QU1LLEN "I like to sec folks, bcm' polite to one another, but I'd lather sec an honest fight than this cold kind o' politeness that's all put on." Ten Men Perish in Gas Blast at Harwick Mine Continued from Page One. 41, Harwick, fire boss One man who hod been listed as missing walked out last night, saving he had been working in another part of the mine and didn't even know there had been an explosion." State mine inspectors and company officials also woikcd to determine the cause of the explosion that was centered in a small area of the mine. Had Anderson, assistant foreman, been able to crawl 100 feet further, he would have reached fiesh air, rescue workers said. He was found sitting in a natural position against a timber, appaiently stopping there for a brief rest. Only possible explanation that mine officials could advance as cause of the blast, pending a complete investigation, was that a short circuit) spark touched oft a "black damp" explosion. have more fun when theSKINis clear fromWITHIN t man or woman wants to have a finger poked at them or receive ») mpathy because of an unhealthy skin appearance. Some skin troubles arc tough to correct, but «e do know this--skin tissues like Iht: tody itself must be fed from within. t To make the food we cat available* for strength and energy, there must be an abundance of rcd-blood-cclls. !»·! S. Tonic bjilds these precious red cells. It is n simple, internal remedy, tesicd for generations and also proven by tcicntific research. You, too, will *anl to take S.S.S. Tonic to regain and to maintain jour reil-lilood-cclls... to restore lo« weight ... lo_ regain energy... to strengthen nerves... and to gi\c to jour skin that natural health glow. Take the S.S.i. Tonic treatment and shortly jou should be delighted with «hc taay jou feel... and ru\e jour friends compliment jou ou the wj you : took. Available at any drug store. /JUST SIT TIGHT IF Al_L HE fJ MARSHAL. OTE.Y V/AL.KEF? KNONNS HIS COOK)ES SALE OF COUNTY Jacob Mcd! * CT succumbs. iALt Ul- VAMJIN I I SOMERSET, Jan. 13-Jacob Mcds- L A N D C O N F I R M E D jger, 73 years old. o£ Rockwood. R. D. _______ j died /Tuesday morning in Commun- PITTSBURGH, Jan. 13.--Federal ity Hospital where he had been adjudge F. P. Sehoonmakcr today con- mittdd Monday night sufTering from finned the hrie oC 64 acrrs o£ land m j pneumonia. Deceased wui .1 MM oC Man Kills Daughter, Self Over Infatuation Wife Preservers MononaKhcla'Budcct Up. Monongahela's budget for 1938, totalling $109,588.13, approved by council, is $5,000. higher than the amount lor 1937. Dunbar Boy Very III. Ronald Grant McMnnus, son of Mr and Mrs. Grant McMnnus o£ Dunbnr, is reported seriously ill a"l the Uniontown Hospital. Sherrick, o£ East Fairview avenue. Mrs. Donald H..Catt oJ Brookline, Pittsbuigh is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs J. Dnscoll in Sycamoic street foi a lew days. Mr. and Mrs. Amerigo Gighotti of the Springfield pike were Pittsburgh visitors Monday. Miss Esther Ansoll of Poplar Grove, member of the local High School faculty, is off duty on account of illness. Mrs. O. R. Hcnvick of South Pittsburg street, who underwent an operation at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, will arrive home tonight on the Capitol Limited. Cominucd frcm Pa;:c One You have Hllcd a space for me Uat has been empty for yenrs. You won t j ever have to tell me in words t h a t ' you like me. I Know you do and I ] am sure you know how I fool about | ou. I realize you arc not a bltle j girl but .1 woman ,md I am wtry sorry if I did any harm to yDur j standing with our neighbor;,. . . . I Please don't lot anyone flatter you on how much they like you. VPlcase write and tell me- how you figure this thing out between you and me. Don t spare my feelings." The girl was las', seen .ilivc Wednesday afternoon vhcn she went to the home of a ncighlor, Mrs. Mary For a pretty party salad USD cherry flavored gelatin m-ith sliced ripo harmnni and white grapes. Personality Called Inborn. CLEVELAND, Jan. 13.--The pleasing personality that influence? people is born, not made, believes Dr. How- Glau^ncr to borrov a pail ol water ard W. Hogg.ird, professor of applied after returning from school. Mrs. i psychology at Yale University. Pcr- Clausner said Nellie told her that her sonahty and genius arc inborn, he father was home at tliat time. ] said. The body of Mcese was removed Notth Union township, Fayotte county, belonging to Lulu M. Smith, a bankrupt. The petition of Jacob B. Adams, Jr., trustee of fie case, stated the land had been conveyed to Searight R. McCormick, and William W. Par- bhall, of Umontown, trustees o£ the estate of Charles J. McCormick, for S205. The purchasers agreed to pay j encun brunces against the properly, the petition stated. the Jute Hcniy J"d Eli/..ibcth Fi-icd- ham Medigcr and is survived by a brother, Beit Mcdsger, of Scottdalc. to whose home the body was removed. Don't Experiment-* Irvln Meyers Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 13.--I r v i n Mcyeis, 08, Stoneycreok township farmer, died Tuesday at his home aftei a hhoit illnebs. He is survived by 10 children, one brother and one Mitel Photographs Banned, WASHINGTON, Jan. 13.--President Re/osevelt signed a bill prohibiting the nuking of photogiaphs, sketches or maps o£ vital military and naval defenses. DouWy proved--In -world's largcsS colds-clinic, and by everyday use In more homes than any other medication of Its kind. No "dosing." Just massage ATapoRub on i thront, chest, and I bocfc at bedtime. Kc- i i 1 1 1 -- i i lief begins almost at once. And long after sleep comes, VapoRub keeps right on working. Its poultice-anrf-vapor action loosens phlegm, relieves Irritation and. coughmtr, helps break local congestion. Often, by (i, aa/f*tlj9g* morning the » SKK -KM.5^ worst of the w9f A^TJ;o.;v. cold Is over. W VAPOROB Harry D. M'Chesney Heads Supervisors In Westmoreland GREENSBURG. Jan. 13.--Harry D. McChcsncy, Salem tc-A-nship supervisor, was rcclccted president of Westmoreland County Supervisors and Auditois Association at the annual meeting Wcncsday. Other ofllccrs arc: Dean Sober, Allegheny township, first vice-president; Israel Painter, South Huntingdon township, second vice-president, and D. T. Taylor, Sowirtley township, secretarj treasurer. to Brownsville. That of the cirl is at the Ferguson undei taking rooms. E. J. Lambert Succumbs. SOMERSET, Jin. 13.--Ellsworth Dr. McMurr.iy's investigation ' J. Lambert of Lambcrtsville died showed he said, that the dead girl Tuesday in Windbcr Hospital. He Coal Production Gains. MONONGAHELA, Jan. 13.--Coal production last jc.ar in District No. 1 totalled 6.145,358 short tons, a gam of 534,082 tons over the preceding year and nn all-time district peak in tonnage, Inspector Alexander Mc- Canch reported. It exceeded the pic- depresiion high o£ 1929 by 295,009 tons. Today Only WALTER CONNOLLY LIONEL STANDEE . IRENE HERVE'. EDUAROO._CIANNELUI FRIDAY ONLY Gloria Stuart, Walter Pidgcon and Sidney Blackmer in "GIRL OVERBOARD" flnnk Jiltfit Drawing At A h o u t S:KO P. .M. was born at YouncwMd 17 jears ago. The father, Mcose, went his own way. Later the girl's mother married, becomir.; Mrs. Charles Hollis. Still later she was divorced from her husband. aco'ding to the coroner. The letters vhich Dr. McMurray found in th- dead girl's purse indicate that Mcese met his daughter for the first time last year and became infatuated without knowing the relationship to him. Then he made the discovery that she leaves four children. was his daughter. . "He was jealous of her." That was I the only comment Dr. McMurroy got' trom Mrs. Hollis on a possible motive for the double tragedy. But the letters shed more light on the affair. Meese was caretaker of the Redstone Cemetery at Brownsville and resided in Redstone township, about half a mile cast of Brownsville borough line. New DOUBLE FEATURE TODAY and DOUBLE FEATURE She dared what many women only dream... one more adventure! "ANGEL" wantod Iho locunty of .. the thrill of romanco. . and iho risked ng to get bcthl A NrMMit Fktlr* wllli John Wayne · Marsha Hunt John Mack Brown · John Patterson · Mont* Blue lorico IttMeld-Hkk lukars Dimttd by Onrin BorM tott« rby kf SlMrt JMfcMy wd UW* Cartoon - News - Selected Shorts A. 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