The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 26, 1939 · Page 6
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January 26, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THE DAIT.,Y COURIER, CONNEL,LSVIL1,E, PA. THURSDAY, /TAN'UARY 26, 1030. PERSONAL MENTION Start the new year right with a complete set of new ledacrs, day books and cash books. Loose leaf supplies and Shaw-Walker filing cquipinci^. Everything for the o.Tice at Kcstner's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St.--Advertisement--Gjan-18t Miss Dorothy Liebert, a member of the faculty of the Commercial Department of the High School, is slowly improving at her home, ~ at Cedar avenue, after a week's ill- Any fur-trimmed coat, deancd'and pressed, 79c. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement.--23Jan-4t. Miss. Virginia A. Lambert of East Patterson avenue visited Wednesday in Pittsburgh. ' New shipment Chinese Chcckeus .it Kcstner's Bool: Store, 125 W. Apple St.--Advertisement.--24jan--It. Miss Gcraldine Leighty, a student at Indiana State Teacher's College at Indian.i. is spending the mid- semester vacation at her home in Snyder street. Card pnrty, St. Aloysius Hall, Dunbar, Thursday, February 16th. "500," bridge, and other games. Door prize. Admission 35c.--Advertise- ment.--jan2G-30fcb-8-H. ; Miss Betty Sligcr, a student at Westminster College at New Wilmington, i« visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Sligcr of West Patterson avenue over the mid- semcsler vacation. Get Fayette's delicious Hard Rolls at your favorite grocer's every Fri- day.--Advertisement.--23jan-lt. Miss Carol Jean Hauck of Sycamore street is visiting friends in Pittsburgh this week. New spring dress-up frocks, 98e. Princess Shop. -- Advc rtiscment. -- 26jan-lt. J. D. Beittcl of Johnstown was a Connellsville business caller today. Mrs. A. C. Herbert of Race street is visiting her brother and sister, Fred Evans and Miss Sara Evans in Pittsburgh this week. R. E. Swan is confined to his home at Wheeler with grip. , Mrs. Arthur H. Ruff, who has been ! ill for the past few weeks at her home I 1 Make Reservations For Birthday Ball, Advice of Minerd THE GRIM REAPER Aunt Het By ROBERT GUILLEN "My ideas keep chaiigiu' as the years pass. Whatever ngc I happen to be, it scorns that's the ugo a woman has to reach before she has good sense." ; Reservations may be made for the Piosldent Roosevelt birthday ball at f'lcasant Valley Country Club Saturday night. Dr. H. Daniel Minerd, city chairman, said today. Persons desiring to make reservations are asked to call the country club by telephone. Dr. Minerd, expressing himself as pleased with the advance sale of tickets, urged the support of the people of Connellsvlllc and surrounding community for,the ball, proceeds of which will be used to help wage the war on infantile paralysis. "Even though you arc not planning to attend the dance--but we hope you can--you may desiio to do your bit in this great cause. You will find tickets available in many places in town. If you haven't been ap- pro'aehcd as yet, telephone my office lit once," Dr. Minerd said. Courier Club Has Spaghetti Supper The Courier Club held n spaghetti supper nt the'Y. M. C. A. after the regular recreation period Wednesday night. Guests were Charles W. Roycc, boys' work secretary, Tom Bartctl and'Dave Mcdcnlf. After dinner Mr. Roycc explained in brief the purpose of the club, other than recreation. The importance of clean living and good s-portsmanship was his theme. The members present were: Harry Neville, "vice-president; Anthony SikoY.x, secretary; Charles V.'idmcr, treasurer; Wayne . Swan, Ernest Luttarv.o, Joseph Ficrschnaller, Anthony Rulli, Augustine Williams. Donald Conlon, Frank Cappella and Edward L. Smith, lender. Philatelies Meet Friday. ,,. w u, e PUM 1K w «,«»., al ,,«- auiue , _ Th , ct , next regular meeting of the in Race street, Is slowly improving I Fay-West Philatelic Society of Pcnn- ' sylvama will be held at 8 o'clock Friday night in the club room at the J I;. C;«-nr» Y. M. C. A. Secretary D. C. Guhl Q G I I I V i l l m urges a large turnout of members as · all who attend the meeting will receive n valuable sheet of stamps. Fi Firm Held Solvent Boy of Five Rescues Two Brothers, Sister From Burning Home ST. CHARLES, Va., Jan. 26.-Clifford Morris, five-year-old son of a mine worker, today was acclaimed a hero after he rescued his four-year-old sister, Cora, and two brothers, Bertrand, two, nnd Jerry, cisht months old, from their blazing home Wednesday night. TMUS. ELIZABETH M. MAY Mrs. Elizabeth M. May, 03 years old. u foimer resident of White and Scottdale, died at 2:15 o'clock Wednesday aftcmoon at her home at 511 McKcan avenue, Charlcrol, uftci ROBERT B. CARSON Robert Biclcllc Catson, 85, a native of Washington county and a resident of Fayettc county for many iiiycirs, died Monday in Grand Junc- 'r I Uon, Colo., after an illness of a heart Thousands Die, Towns Wrecked; Disease Threat an illness thn* had its inception last I condition. He moved from Fayette county to Astcn, Colo., and later, to Grnnd Junction where he owned a large fruit ranch. He wns regarded as an authority on the budding and pruning of fruit trees. He leaves one son, a granddaughter, two bi others and one sister. The f uncial service will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afleinoon at the home of a son, Raymond J. Carson, at Monongahela. Interment will be in Monongalicla Cemetery. month. Mrs. May wns born at White, Fay- ettc county, May 26, 1S7.3, a daughter of the laic Isaac and Minerva Slack White. For a number of years the family livcc at Scottdale and moved ·10 ycnrs ugi to Charlcioi where she was a.Tiliatcd with the First Chua- tinn ClKucK · Mrs. May is survived by three children: Earl and Mrs. Ray Kicter of Charlcro and Mrs. Alfred Brown ot Ford City; one brother, Harry White of Newport, Ky.;' one sister, Mrs. Gnorge Prinkey ot Normalvillc; The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Sa urdny afternoon at the Lawrence B, Fryc funeral home at 32! Washington avenue, Charlcroi, with Rev. Bryon R. Mahan ofliclating. Interment will be in Monongahela Cemetery. Audit Hearing Delayed. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 2G.--President Judge Harry A. Cottom granted a postponement of the hearing on exceptions filed against the Luzcrnc township audit of 1037. No date \v?s fixed. Hospital Valient*. 'Mrs. Carrlo L. Phillip} of 106 Poorl street, Robert Keys of 622 Moncll avenue and Norma Jean Howard of 216 South street have been admitted to Conncllsvlllc State Hospital for treatment. Stork at Hospital. A dauRhter wns bom at 1:50 o'clock Wednesday afternoon ot Con- ncllsvillc State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Prank Raffcrty of 115 West Church place. ay United Prcu. WHEELING. W. Va., Jan. 26.-The $30,000,000 Fidelity Investment Association was declared solvent today in a report by Special Master Charles P. Mead, who recommended to Federal Judge William E. Baker that receivership proceedings against the firm be dismissed. Mead's recommendations were contained In a SB-page report following a 1.0-day investigation by independent auditors and a committee of attorneys for the investment concern and for the nine Philadelphia contract holders who filed the petition for receivership last December 9. The receivership proceedings were brought after the Securities and Exchange Commission charged Fidelity \vlth "fraud and deceit" in the conduct of Us ousincss in an action brought in Detroit Federal court. THOUSAND WOMEN ATTEND COURIER COOKING SCHOOL Grindstone Couple Parents. A son was born Monday at Brownsville General Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bielski of Grindstone. * Horc'i itlim Dkti, or Buk-Brtiluii, ud Rollioj Eierclili. ay that works hand In hand wltfc Nature In ffcttinc rid of ugly fat due to ftn Internal dcAclrney. Juafcat v«n»1l9'y and talc* 4 Xarmola Prescription Tablet* a day. meeonllnc to the directions, until you have !o«t enoucb, fat -- then flop,' ~ * Marmola. Prescription Tablets nave hvcn aold to the public for more than thirty yearj. More than twenty million boxes have been distributed during that period. Murmoiu Is nob intended us a Cure-all for all allmentn. JhlK advertisement in Intended only for fat persons vrho are normal and healthy otheroiv; nnd v/hoie fatnesn Is caused by hypo'thyroldism with accompany- otheroiv; nnd v/hoie y hypo'thyroldism with ing subnormal mutAbolie rates. No othsr . representation is made v f to this treatment except under theau conditions and accordlnu to the dosace as recommended. We do not mafca any diagnosis as that Is the function of your phyjldan. w ho muit bt consulted for that purpose. The complete · formula is Included 'in every paehace. Get , a box of Marmola tody from your drutcelst. At this morning's session of The Courier cooking school at the Or- phcum Theatre Mrs. Dorothy Bathgate, popular lecturer and in charge of the school, wns greeted by fully 1,000 women. Some traveled by street ca r or automobile and others walked from nil parts of the city, despite the cold weather. Many suburban towns were represented. Mrs. Gerhart M. Horowitz, president of the Connellsville Section of the Council of Jewish Women, was hostess. High School seniors were ushers. They were Thelma Wiggins, Mary WanJ, Ruth Harbaugh, Edith Bane, Naomi Frazcc, Beverly Strawn, Mabel Luckey, Mary Elizabeth Whit- laker and Jean Morgan. Twenty-three prizes were awarded at the close of the school to the following: Baskets of groceries, donated by the Lover Brothers Company, Farmers Cooperative Dairy Association and West Side Market, Mrs-. L. E. Wlnkler, Pennsville. Two boxes of cake flour, Mrs. J. L. Shlrcy, South Connellsville. Bag of groceries, Cora Hixson, Jefferson street. Stuffed veal, Mrs. Vcrda'' Hall, South · Connellsville. Bag of groceries, Mrs. Carl A. Skinner of East Washington avenue. , Twelve and a half pound Bock of flour, Mrs. George Minnis, Franklin avenue,' , _ ' Bag % of groceries, Mr J . J. C. Hcr- wick, West Crawford avenue. ··'·Fruit pudding, Mrs. J. D. Wagner, South Connellsville. 'Bag of groceries, Mrs. Isabella S. Fletcher, North Eighth street. Baked ham and rice and peas Lorraine, Priscllla Love, Worth Arch street. Bag of groceries, Jean Morgan, South Eighth street. Banana nut bread, Mrs. Anna Morgan, East Francis avenue. Bag of groceries, Mrs. Frank Today Only -- --COXING TO.HOH1MMV- R.ECAL OlJTftlBUTtnC JUKE CLYDE FRAUK ALBERTSOn. JOSECR.ESPO EDWARD J. CONNARE SCOTTDAtE, Jan. 26.--Edward J. Connnrc, 49 years old, died early this morning at his home, 15 Moycr avenue, after a seven-month illness. He was a son of the late Thomas : [ nd Margaret Ann Connare and was born and raised in Scottdale. He had owned and operated a pattern chop iicrc for a number of years. In addition to the widow, Mrs. Mabel Connarc, he is survived by the following children: Mrs. William Stillwagon, Elizabeth Joanna, Mary C., Edward, Jr., Thomas and Ann Esther, all of Scottdale.- One brother, James Connarc, and two sisters, Mrs. James McCrory, both of Scott- dalc, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hinebaugh of Chicago, Ind., also survive. The funeral service will be held at 0 o'clock Saturday morning at St. John the Baptist Church. Interment will be m the church cemetery. BOWERS FUNERAL The funeral icrvlcc for Albert Smith Bowers, seven months old, ton of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Bowers of Mill Run who died Tuesday nlxht In Conncllsvillc State Hospital, will be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Mill Run Baptist Church with Rev. Frank S. Wortman, pastor, oliiciatlng. TTio body will remain at the Clyde B. Brook* funeral parlors at Indian Head until the hour of the service when it will be Uken dir.-ct to the church. Burial will be made in Uie church cemetery. JAMES McINTYRE ROCKWOOD, Jan. 26.--James Mcityre, GC, died Monday evening at ils home here. He had resided in Rockwood for 11 years. He is survived by Mi wife, Margaret; three sons, Hugh of California and Clifford ·uid Charles ot Rockwood; four grandchildren, two brothers, John G. )t Somerset and Philip of Riddles jurg, and two sisters, Mrs. Jack Foster of Philadelphia and Mrs. J. C. Allen of Riddlesburg. The funeral was held today with Rev. C. W. Ralcy in charge of the service in Conldale Methodist Episcopal Church In Bedford county. Interment wn? in Broadtop City I. O, O. F. Cemetery. Schemer, general delivery. Eclairs, Mrs. H. C. Ghost, Enst Washington avenue. Bag of froccnes, Murie Flslcr lighlund avenue. Round stcJk and carrot* with mushrooms and potatoes, Mrs. George Yoswlck, Lciscnrlng No. 1. Bag of groceries, Catherine Kelly, Connellsvlllc. R. D. 1. Jelly roll, Mrs. C. A. Dahl, East Apple street. Bag of groceries, Mrs. Nick Poll- dona, Eleventh street. Filled cookies, Mrs. M. J. Chnsto- bek, South Connellsville. Bag of groceries, Mrs. Andrew Matura, Trotter. Potted plant, donated by P. R. DeMutli Sons, Mrs. Joseph Pr.itt, West Crawford avenue. Bag of grocei its, Mary Collins, South Connellsville. Mrs. B. H. Willard, president of the Woman's Culture Club, will be hostess at the closing session Friday morning. LEVI HALL After an Illness of complication* for two years, Lcvi Hall. 65 ycnrs old, H. C. Frick pensioner, died Wednesday nt the Unionto\vn Hos- pltol. He resided at York Run. Besides his widow, Mrs. Emma Hall, he is survived by a son, DavM, of York Run, n daughter, Mrs. Blanche Dod- .non, of Ohio, four brothers, John of Jumonville, WinfWd, of Chalk Hill Wash, of Dunbar imd Arch, of Washington, Pa. EPERESI FUNERAL The funeral service for Mrs. Elizabeth Epcrcsl will be held Saturday morning with a prayer at 8:30 o'clock at the home, house 45, Lciscnring 3 and high mass at D o'clock nt St John's Roman Catholic Church. Rev. S. Mornvek, will be celebrant. Burial will be in the church cemetery. CLEMENT V. HORN SOMERSET, Jan. 26.--Clement V Horn, 72, retired clerical worker, dice Tuesday night at his home nt Berlin. He leaves his wife, two children, one sister and three brothers. MRS. IZETTA MONAGIIAN Mrs. Izctta Monayhan. 87 years old, died Wednesday morning at her home nt Fairchnncc after a lingering illness. Former Suffrage , Leader Passes Away WAYNESBURG, Pa., Jan. 26.-Mrs. Mary Sammons Parry, 89, onetime nationally known suffrage and temperance leader, died lolay. The widow of Dr. William M. Parry, she was a native of Smllhf.cid. Goes (o Penitentiary. UN'IONTOWN, Jan. 2G.--Admit- ting he was a member of a gang engaged in stealing equipment from ^district mines', Lloyd Drcnncn was sentenced to -^ervc from one to two years in Western Penitentiary. !rennen was taken into custody vith six others by State Motor 'ohcc. JOHN W. KEFFF.K John W. Kcefcr, 80 years old, ot Connellsville, R. D. 1, died at 8:40 o'clock this morning at Connellsville State Hospital where he was admitted January 18. Mr. Kcefcr resided on the Breakneck road near Ncwlll's Service Station. GAETANO GALLIE Gactano Gallic, 47 years old, ot Filbert, died Wednesday afternoon at Uniontown Hospital. He was a miner at the Filbert plant of the H. C. Frick Coke, Company. F E A T U R E TIME CALL 5!)fl. BETTE DAVIS ERROL FLYNN in THE SISTERS STAHTS TOMORROW Hat-waving news! Your Sweethearts of Song in their /irst modern romance! M-G-M'* fast Technicolor picture, .and its grandest en- tcrtainrocntlVictorHcrbert's finest love-songs! Spec- add Laughs'. Thrills! AND ,/ HOW // THEY / · SINGI "Pretty As A Picture" "On Parade"' Mademoiselle' Wooden Slues" In TECHNICOLOR FranfcMORGAN-RayBOLGER FlorenceRICE.MischaHUER Herman BING Reginald GARDINER FEATURE TIME "SWEETHEABTS" 1:25, 4:01, 6:48, 9:20 Continued from Page One. neat the country was united behind 'resident Agulrrc, Senator Maxl- mlano Erra-iurlz, president of the conservative party, the chief opposition party, advised foreign minister Luis Ortcca, In charge of the government in the president's absence, that the cabinet could depend on the united support of conservatives. l The British cruiser Excte; which volunteered its services, saik-tt for Talcahuano under full steam in .e- sponse to this appeal. The Chilean submarine tender Araucano, which like the Exeter was at Valparaiso, also sailed for Talcahuano with 150 surgeons, druggists, nurses and mea- ical supplies. They were under orders to take any means of reaching the Chilian area. By CHARIES SERRY · United Press Staff Correspondent. CHILLAN, Chile, Jan. 20.--In the dcbris-flllcd streets, amid the ruined buildings and homes of this earthquake wrecked city, a wild-eyed man, hU facial muscles working, ran up and fltoutcd in my faces: "I lost four children!" His voice rose to a piercing scream: "Bi t I'm alive . . . I'm alive." The roofs of the two theatres had fallen in and the walls had fallen in on lop of them. Both were filled with men, women and children Tuesday night when the quaka rocked the earth. I was Informed that there were 200 dead persons buried in the ruins of each one. A man was poking distractedly in a heap of ruins, now and then pullout a board. He was asked what he was doing. Ho pointed to a partly finished box, crudely constructed Then he pointed to the headless corpse of a woman. He was making a casket In which to bury her. The woman had been his wife. Looking through a broken wall, I saw the corpse of a girl. A falling timber had crushed her. It was obvious what she had been doing when death grabbed her. She had; been running across the rocking j floor of the room, trying to escape because her dead hand still clutched the knob of i. fallen door. Near her was a headless corpse. Everywhere, men and women were wandering about In the ruins. Most of them seemed out of their heads. Some prayed. Some wept. Some merely regarded one with a blank and stupid stare. A thick yellow dust --from the smashed adobe houses-hung heavily still in the air. It covered everything. The faces, the hands, the clothing of the survivors were thin with it and my eyes and pores were choked with It. Every street was choked with debris. Entire blocks were uneven masses of debris with not a building standing. Bodies were everywhere, In the streets, in the piles of rubbish, arms and legs showing through crumbled mortar and shattered timbers. There were so many bodies and so few living that dead bodies seemed m/ire normal than Twins ones and soon II hardly noticed death. I was told (hat of the city's 40,000 Inhabitants, 10,000 had been killed and 10,000 more were wounded or mibS- ng. Most of the missing, presumably, still were now dead men and women buried under debris. From what I saw, I believe these estimates to be Approximately correct. Only one. of the buildings'around Chilian's plaza remained standing. The hotel, the police station, the cathedral, the postofficc, nnd the telegraph building were all in ruins and fire still raged in some of them. The building ot La Discussion, the principal morning newspaper, was also levelrd. The immense brick walls oC what had been the, massive cathedral in the northeast corner of the plaza, had been thrown down.- I met Lieutenant Commander Julio Santibanez ot the navy. He had been cnroutc to his base at Talcahuano and had stopped here for the night, staying at the Central Hotel, which was full. "I, was standing near a door," he said. "I ran out with another man. We were the only ones saved. The other guests, the owners, and the servants perished." The one ouilding standing on the plaza was white, of three stories, the owner invited me in and his daughter, asked what she had experienced, said the house shook "like jelly." THE NEW Feature No. 1 taothu hiluiaut idvtm- , Iui« in the hootlo UTOI ol t Annabel, tcroon glamour RUTH OOnilEUV B R R D I E V PRCE RHLPH F O R B E S FRRnCES IT1EREER Feature No. 2 · March of Time « Selected Shorts 9 Comedy ©Current News Sunday M I D N I G H T Show January 29th, at 12:01 A.M. 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