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January 25, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THE DArLY COURIER, CONNELLSVILI,E, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1939. PERSONAL MENTION Miss Helen Lindsay of South Fills- burs streel, who undenvenl an operation at the Connellsville State Hospital, is gelling along nicely. Slart Ihe 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 al Kestncr's Book Store. 125 W. Apple St.--Advcrliserrcnl--b'Jan-181. Mrs. Edward Tobor, who reccnlly underwer.l an operation al the Connellsville State Hospital, has icturned to her home. 125 North Eighth itrect, West Side. She is able to be up and around and receive 'friends. Any fur-trimmed coat, cleaned and pressed, "Of. Simons Ca^h Carry .Cleaner;..--Advertisement.--23jan-4t. Mr. and Mrs. Wan en M. Decker returned to their home at Musonlown Tuesday. Mr. Decker had been convalescing al Ihe home ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris J. Decker, in Cheslr.ut street, »incc his, di-charge from the Connellsville Slate Hospital where he underwent an appendiciti operation on New Year. New shipment Chinese Checkers at Kcstncr's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St --Advert- semen t.--24jan-!t. Mrs. Sarah B. Vough is slowly improving after being ill for several weeks at her home in Snydcr streel. Mrs. John .Totcn of Soulh Arch Aunt Het By ROBERT «U1LLEN SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOn "Jim is over fifty, and when n mim o* that ago mairics a girl in her twenties, s-ho is awful smart or he ain't." Public invited Teacher Conference Card party by American Legion Auxiliary, at America,, Legion Home. | ColUlnued from Pace One. Thursday, Feb. 13th, at 8:30 P. M . ' , Auction bridge. "500" and other |«c°r of K-,m,,, K school, California games,. Prizes and door prue. Lunch. | stat « Teachers College. Admission 35c. -- Advertisement.-- ! Dr. Howard R. Dugfe, professor of 20jan-lt i English education, New Yoik Um- Miss Catherine Herman of Gibson t virsity. New York, avenue will visit friends at Clairlon i Dr. Harry R. Warfel, professor of Ihis evening. * ! English, Univeisity of Maryland Lovely new washable crepe print College Park, Md. Princess Shop. dresses, special S1.95. --Advertisement.--25jan-l t. Miss Grace Uhazic of Dunbar spent the day in iPttsburgh. rsoystonc Club eard party tonight, Odd Fellows Temple, 8:45, 25c.-- Advertisement--25jan-lt. , Miss Kalhiyn McKitrick, a clerk at the G. C. Murphy Store, is ill at her home in North Third streel, Wesl Side, of grip. The Ladies' Auxiliary lo United Spanish War Veterans will hold a card parly, Thursday, January 26lh, 8:30 P. M., P. H. C. Hall. Members of Colonel Crawford Camp and friends of the Camp and Auxiliary are inviled. Price 25c.--Advcrtise- roenl.--25jan-lt. Mrs. Clyde S. Campbell Is ill at her home in Race streel. Mrs. William Frankland of New York Cily is visiling her brolher and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin at Dunbar. Mrs. FranMand was called here by the illness of her mother, Mis. Margaret Trwin of Dawson, who Is a patient ot the Uniontown Hospital and whose condi- · tion was reported improved. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Floto of East Fayctte slrcel will visit friends at Clairton this evening. Jean Lcighly, daughlcr of Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Leighly in South Ninth street. Greenwood; is ill ot the grip. Mrs. Clarence McGill of Dawson was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin of Dunbar Monday. Mrs. W. H. Atkins, dclegalc from Trinity Episcopal Church, attended the sevcnly-fourth diocesan convention of the Episcopal Church Tuesday at Trinity Cothedrl, Pittsburgh. She was presenl at the three sessions, as was Mrs. C. H. %Veisgerbcr, allcrnale from the local church. Bishop William Mann spoke at the morning session and the speaker for Tuesday night was Bishop Oldham. Trinity Cathedral is 75 years old, the land on which it stands being donated by the descendants of William Penn. Mrs. D. B.. Evans of Lincoln avenue, who fell .ome weeks ago in : her home and fractured a hip, is i able to be up in a chair each day. Mrs. Evans is a patient at the Connellsville State Hospital. Miss Margaret Jane Madden has returned to her sludics at California .; State Teachers College after :;pend- '· fag the mid-iemesler vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. · Frank Madden of Vandcrbilt. She motored to the college with Mrs. Lewis ·Madden. Miss Edna Prinkey of South Ninth streel, Greenwood, who was re- cenlly discharged from the Connellsville Slate Hospital, where she underwent an appendicitis operation, is able to be oul. She expects to , resume her duties at Ihe billing de- ; partmcnt of Ihc West Penn Company 'next month. Miss Eleanor Moon, employed by the West Penn, Pittsburgh, spent ·over the week-end with her parcnls, "·Mr. and Mrs. Alva Moon. · Miss Belly Tissue, daughter of ; Mr. and Mrs. Filbert Tissue of South · Connellsvilie, is contined to her home rwith grip. V Miss Zero Marie Ferrari and school friend, Miss Jane Dent of :Pitlsburgb, are spending the mid- · semester vacation with Ihe former's ·parenls, Mr. .and Mrs. John Ferrari ·ot Vanderbllt, Miss Ferrari and Miss -Denl are studcnls at Carnegie: Institute of Technology." Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hess of Soulh EigHh street. Greenwood, attended the funer.il service for Zadock B. Springer, held this afternoon at Ihc Johnslown Funeral Home, Uniontown. Mr. Springer wns an uncle of Mr, Hess. Guy Fasson has rclurned lo Lakeland, Fla.. after upending a week with relatives and friends, here and at Unlonlown. He wns accompanlcc home by a cousin, William George ol North Eleventh street, West Side. Mrs. Charles Baer of South Ninlh street. Greenwood, and daughter, Mrs P. M. Williams of Chicago, arrivee here Tuesday night from Miami and St. Pelcrsburg, Fla., where lh*y spent the past month. Mrs. Williams Is spending the remainder of the week wilh her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. StautTer and Attorney and Mrs. Donald M. Higbce attended the Monday evening performance ot "Victoria Regina," Dr. Gerald /.Ian Yookam, professor of education and director of courses in elementary education, University' of Pittsburgh. The program for the opening day's conference follows: Thursday Morning. 9 to 9:10 -- Devotions, Rev. W. H Hetrick, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church. 9:10 to 9:25 -- Choir, grade school. 9:25 to 10 -- "Defining Reading Problems in a School System," Dr Belts. 10:10 to 10:B5-- "Equalizing Learn ing Oppo-tunitics," Dr, Bontrager. 10:55 to 11:10-- Music (a) pianc solo by Doris Lee Colbert nnd dance by Tune Time Bells, pupils »f Eas Liberty school. 11:10 to 11:55 -- "A Comprehcn WIMPOWL.ESS SO PEOP1-E. OUT OF A 1OO AJ31-E. To PO.H-f XOrVfK , OR )rt OHER DtREC-floK-7 , Difc.Ec.~rED -i» DO so OF P1RE.C10K AR.E. A. ·DELICACY -1o 81C -. AHIMAXS ·HAVE BOUSES ARE BuiU-T OH UlqH PoLE5 FOR Martin, Ousted By CIO, Charges Lewis Dictator THE GRIM REAPER MRS. MAKCARET .DIX Mrs. Margaret Dix, 71 years old, well known resident of South Connellsville, died at 2:15 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at her home in New street, after a heart atlack. Mrs. Dix had been confined to her bed for the past two weeks. She was born In Bavaria, Germany, and came to this country when quite young. She spent her Continued from Page One, Thomas as president and backed by 15 members of the UAW executive board whom Martin had suspended. The members, constituting a majority, retaliated by suspending Martin , . and electing Thomas in his place. childhood days at Ursina, Somerset Martin said trut "it is important I county, coming to South Connclls- for the entire labor movement thai villc in 1901 where she had since rc- the CIO adds lo its record of fostering sided. She was a member of the and promoting dual unionism for the j Trinity _Luthcran Church and the purpose of splitting those unions " " ~ " ' 11.lu lu 11.Jo-- J\ v*wmajtvuvit-- . . ,, sive Program of Instruclion in Read- IJIv which prefer democracy to a dictator- Dr. Yoakam. Thursday Afternoon. .' 1:30 lo 2:10-- "Who Is the Reading Teacher? or What Is Reading." Dr. Bontrager. 2:10 to 2:25-- Music (a) "Martha Overture," Connellsvillc High School Orcheslra, (b) "Who Is Sylvia J" and (c) "Minuet," Handel. 2:25 to 3:05-- "New Developments n Adaplir.K Reading Instruction to ndividual Differences," Dr. Yiakam. 3:05 lo 3:20 -- Music (a) girls' cn- emble, eighth grade, and (b) vocal do, Marjorie Herd. 3:30 lo 4-- "Bases for Effective Reading Instruction," Dr. Belts. Leone, Acquitted Must Pay $50 Costs Special to Tho Courier. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 247--"Although 10 was acquitted on two liquor vio- ations, Mike Leone of Connellsville was ordered to have $50 costs in his ease paid within one week. The iury found him not guilty and. directed him to pay Ihe cosls of Ihe prosecution and ordered him lo have it ready wilhin a week. "Mr. Lewis will And, however. Dial American labor will not readily accept his dictates. As for myself, 1 shall make no attempts lo stay in the CIO's good graces," he said. The UAW's internal dissension had seen breaking out at intervals for a year, since Martin first suspended 'our executives for alleged radicalism. The executive board backed him al Ihc time and Ihe four were expelled. Martin was Irymg to s'.ccr the union on a more conservative p.ith. That trouble wns tcnlatively settled Ust fall when, with CIO executives as mediators, confeienccs were held and the four were reinstated. Soon after the first of Die yrnr It broke out again, when several executive board members charged that Martin had been conducting recrel liogoliations wilh Harry Bennett, personnel dircclor of the Ford Motor Company, the only major automobile firm that had not granted contracts lo the UAW. The directors churned that Martin was without uuthonty to deal with Bennelt in secret, and that his ncgotialions were detrimental to Ihe union. Albert Infant Dies. Smilh Bowers, seven months old, son of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Bowers of Mill Run, died at 8:20 o'clock Tuesday night at Con- nelisville State Hospital where he had been admitted Sunday. The body was removed to the funeral parlors of Clyde B. Brooks at Indian Head. starring Helen Hayes, at a Pittsburgh theatre. Miss Dorothy Duggan of South Eighth street, Greenwood, visited in Pittsburgh Saturday. Ladic? Bible Class of lhal church. In addilion to her husband, Richard C. Dix, she is survived by Ihe following children: Mr*. Clara Lockaton of Piltsbucgh, R. J. Dix of Indian Head. Mrs. Elizabeth Koontz of Moigantown, W. Va.. Fred A. Dix of Salem, N. J., Harry J. Dix of Eliwood Cily. Mrs. Kalhcrlnc Heater of Highland avenue, ConncJlsville, and Mis. Ethel Irwin, at home. She Is also survived by 31 grandchildren, six greal-Ki'andchildren jnd the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. W. C. Friend il Pittsburgh. Mrs. Norn Kcstcr ol Clarks- burg.W. Va.. John Frankfort, Cumberland, Md., P. H. Frankfort of Clay, W. Va., and Mrs. Frank S'.rcm- mcl of StcubenviUr, Ohio. The funeral service will be held lit :30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the lome with Dr. W. H. Hctrick, pastor if Trinity Lutheran Church, official- nc. Burial will be in Hill Grove Cemetery. GIBSON FUNERAL The body of Joseph S. Gibson, 45 Baltimore Ohio Railroad telegraph at Jerome Junction, Somcrse ounty, will be taken from the horn icar Mill Run at 12:30 o'clock Thurs ay afternoon to the Mill Run Baptis Church where friends may view Ih cmaiiis until 2:30 o'clock, the hou if Ihe funeral service. Rev. Frank S Vortman, pastor, will oOlciate. In erment will be made In the churc «metcry. Because of the condition of th oads owing to Ihe snow and ice, vas decided to remove the body t the church at an earlier hour. Mr. Gibson's body 'was found b Benjamin Nicodomus, a rallroa rackman, as he was sweeping sno rom a switch. Mr. Gibson, a MI *un resident, was stricken wilh heart ailment as he was walking Iroi he railroad tower toward his auto mobile preparatory to coming horn 'or the week-end. He fell into a snowdrift nnd Ihe frozen body was 'ound the next day by thi« Irackman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gibson had resided it Holiopple, Somerset counly, for five years prior lo Ihe St. Patrick's Day flood of 1936 at which time their lomc was carried away by the Hood waters. Since Ihen the family had been living at Mill Run. Numbers Writer Loses $80 to Law Alter Arrest Special to Tha Courier. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 25.--Delbert Russell, said to be employed in the George Betters numbers pool in Con- nclJsvim, lost S50.3B to the law when an order-was made to conflscale Ihe money found in his possession. William Lewis saved S14 as Ihe court refused lo conflscale it. Russell told Ihe court $30 39 of the money found in a paper bag in the glove compartment was to have b::cn applied lo a payment on his culomo- bile. He said it represented parl of his social securily payments. See ft today for _ faugh of your life.' MARIE WILSON SUPII lOUl«.fl!AKK MHS. ELIZABETH EPERESl Mrs. Elizabeth Epcrcil, 39 years old died suddenly al 10:-10 o'clock Tuesday night ol her home. House 15, Leisenng No. 3, after a short illness,, Mrs. Epercsi was born In Czechoslovakia and came lo this country .vjicn seven years old. She was married 25 years ago al Grays Landing lo Mike Epcrcsi and has been a ·evident ot Lcisenring No. 3 for Ihe ast 22 years. She was n member ot St. John's R. C, Chureh. Surviving, In addition lo her husband, are her father, Joseph Forey of Cleveland, Ohio, and Ihcse children: Mike, Jr., John, Anna, Rudolph, Louis, Veronica and Edward Eperesi, all at home. She also leaves these brothers and sisters: Mike Forey, Sieve Forey, Miss Margaret Forcy, Mrs. Anna Hustosky and Mrs Mary Fomoso, all of Cleveland; Tony Forey of Chicago, and Joe Forcy o] Lcisenring No. 3. This is the Redsson You Sniffe Now Colds Reach Their Peak at This Time of Year When Temperature Is Down By LOGAN CLENDENING, M. D. JANUARY 20th is the dntc of the Izrgcst number of colds. It is also tho date of the lowest temperature in the United States. So there is a reason for calling colds, "told«". Tho incidence of colds i» lowest from June 20 to July 28. It begins to rise sharply about tho 10th of September. There is another sharp riso in the last week in November, nnd this rise reaches its peak January 20th. Then there is a gradual and steady fall. March 17th shows about as many colds as November 26th. A drop of 10 degrees increases tho incidence of colda nearly one per cent. These figures were compiled year after year by the Metropolitan Life Insurance company, using its employees and their absent days on account of colds as a basis. Age IB Factor There is one other important factor in catching cold--age. Tho largest number of colds occurs in those under four years of age--2400 in a group studied. The rr.tc falls stead Dr. Clcndening will answer question. 1 ! of general interest only, and then only through his column. ily until it reaches 1000'at the ages of 15 to 24. Then, for some reason, it rises again to 1500 at 35 and then fulls steadily, so that people at the age of 55 arc practically free from colds. Both these sots of figures have some significance. Cold weather am especially cold damp weather conditions unquestionably play some pan in the tendency to catch cold. Just what the mechanism Is cannot be agreed on by all students of the question. Perhaps the best explanation in that based on the experiment of Drs. Taylor and Dyrenforth, o: Jacksonville, Florida, as detailed in this column a few weeks ago. Their experiment! showed tha old water reduces bodily tcmpcra- ures more rapidly than cold air, hus lowering resistance. Here th» 'actor of getting wet is explained. Loss of body heat produce:! dett- jtc changes in the membrane of the nose. There is blanching and reduc- ion of blood supply. The tempcra- ure of the inside of the nose may gi lown as much as 10 degrees when tho body is exposed to cold. Ccr- oinly these changes lower the resistance of tho membrane to infec- ion, and mako entrance of tha virus if the common cold easy. The white cells of tho blood a« also reduced on exposure to cold. These are tho cells which fight in- 'ections of ail kinds. It is worth noting that cxcrcis* while exposed to cold does not pio- ducc these changes. So that if you lave to get cold and wet these days, «cp moving around. All these data support the -old- fashioned ideas about keeping bundled up this weather. It is an especially good plan to wear heavy socks or stockings. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS T. M. P.: "(1) Is buttermilk fattening? (2) Does constipation cause pimples on the face? (3) Is there anything good for blackheads? Answer: (1) Buttermilk has a low caloric value and could be considered as a non-fattening food. (2) No. (3) Blackheads are best treated with strong surgical soap and water and tie use of a comedon* extractor. EDITOR'S KOTKI Seven p»mpW«u by Dr. Clendenlnc e»n now b« obtained by Itndlnr 10 c«nt» In coin, for cacb, and a ·tU-«ddr«4t4 envelop* lumped vrUh. a thre»*ent sump, to Dr. Ixron Clenden- Inr, tn cart of this paper. The pamphlets are: "Three Week*' Reducing Diet", "In- d!l*tlon and Contllpatlon". "Redntltis and Oalolnf. "Infant Feedinz". "Instruction* for the Treatment of Dlabetea", "feminine Hrriem" and -The Care of the Balr aad Annual Westmoreland Sportsmen's Banquet Scheduled Tomorrow Special to The Courier. GREENSBURG, Jan. 25.--West- morcland County's Sportsmen's Association will hold its annual banquet at 6:30 o'clock Thursday evening In Uie Central Hose House. The list of speakers includes: Ross L. Leffler, McKeesport, vice- president, State Game Commission. President Judge Robert L. Lewis, Coudersport. Division Game Supervisor Rollin Heffelflnger, Irwin. Grange Master W. E. Trcagcr and Dr. Harold F. Post, Greensburg. A floor show will be another eature of the program. MUS. ELIZABETH COOK MEYERSDALE, Jan. 25.--Mrs. Elizabeth H. Cook, widow of George B. Cook, died Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Lewis F. Mazer, Sand Patch, R. D. 3. Had she lived unlil March she \vould have been 92 years old. She was a member of Ihe White Ojk Lutheran Church where her funeral will be held. Rev. S. D. Siglcr will conduct Ihe services. Intel mcnt will be in Ihc church cemetery. Besulcs Mrs. Mazer, she is survived by the following daughters and son: Mrs. Margaret Holler, BulTalo Mills, Bedford county; Mrs. F. R. Wagner, Chicago, 111.; Mrs. P. J. Heignes, Duqucsnc, nnd C. B. Cook of Pittsburgh; 22 grandchildren, 42 great-grandchildren and two great- great-grandchildren. GEORGE KLINE George Kline, 45 years old, ol Fairbank, died Tuesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, after a major operation. MRS. SAUAH BELLE SAPP Mrs. Sarah Belle Sapp, 82, a resident of the Lake Lynn district 'for over 30 years, died Tuesday at the home of a son, Amos, after a lingering illness. She was the mother of 21 Reject Parklne Meters. Masontown council has unanimously rejected parking meters because of opposition ot the borough's merchants. Son Born to Klncs. A son was born at 4:35 o'clock this morning at Conncllsville Slale Hospilal lo Mr. and Mrs. George King of Pcrryopolis. children, 10 of whom survive. There arc 159 direct descendants, Including 49 grandchildren. The funeral service will be held Thursday afternoon. RAIL, TRUCKING INTERESTS MEET; TALK PROBLEMS By United Prcn. HARRISBURG, Jan. 25.--Pennsylvania's rail and trucking interests today were studying "means of achieving" stabilization of transportation rates after agreeing at a joint meeting here late yesterday that ^Jxuth- Jess competilion roust inevitably lead to destruction of facilities .'xnd service." The meetings, arranged by. the Public Utility Commission, was presided over by Commissioner Richard J. Beamish. ,. :f Then Juat try a. dote of Capudtae. You'll be delighted to end bow wonderfully suited Capudme Is lor sucb aclei and pains. Capudlne acu quickly because It Is liquid. It* ingredients are already dissolved -- all ready to work. Very soon the pain will case away gently. Your nerves will relax from their high ten- alon. Then you'll regain, comfort and become more cheerful. You'll be grateful for Capu- dlne's effective and comfort- Ins relief. All drug stores. 100. Me, «0c, TODAY, TOMORROW GREATESTEAR ITS- GREATEST -:PICTURE!. 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