The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 15, 1938 · Page 5
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January 15, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNHLLSVILLB, PA. -NNHL PAGE FIVE. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs Wilford Laughrcy and son, Wilford, Jr, of Kittanning returned home this morning after a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs J. C. Moore of East Cadar avent e and Mr. Laughrcy's mother, Mrs Sadie Laughrey of South Pitls- burg street. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700--Advertisement --9oct-tf. Miss Norma E Halfhlll of East Fairview avenue has as her guest over the week-end Miss Marjone Wadding of Pittsburgh. All Martha Washington candies reduced. Jessie E Grey, Bclvidere Candy Shoppe --Advertisement. -- 14jan-lt Misses Betty and Marguerite DIx- on, students at Seton HOI College, Greensburg, are spending the wee end at their home in Aetna street "500" and bmgo, P. H. C Hal], Saturdaj night, 8 30 Door prize, lunch. Admission 25c --Advertise- ment--14jan-2t Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., and daughter, Miss Elinor Louise, of South Pittsburg street spent Friday in Pittsburgh Mrs. M M Patterson and Brand- children, Eleanor and Louise Coulehan of Cumberland, Md, arrived Friday evening to \ isit Mrs. Patterson's father, J. J. Donnelly, of East Green street for a few days. Mrs. Henry A. Porter, ·w.ho had been a patient at the Conncllsvillc State Hospital for treatment of n fractured leg, returned to her home in Wills road Friday Mrs. Frank K. Bailey of Ohiopyle who underwent an operation Frida: morning at the Uniontown Hospital is getting along nicely, it was reported today. TODAY IK WASHINGTON BY DAVID LAWRENCE Continued from Page Four. living happen to be and what migh conceivably be the opportunity o labor to proSt by agreeing to stabiliz for certain periods the wage level until volume and profits increased a a sufficient ratio as to permit vcnodi wage increases. Any plan that seeks to freeze wag levels would be fatal because pur chasing power widely distributed ou of high wages is essential to planned prosperity, but, on the othe hand, any plan that leaves it to labo groups alone or any other groups-1 foist a direct expense on an Industry irrespective of the income or dcman at the moment, merely means throw ing that industry out of balance an hence also all the other Industrie from which it buys materials or wit which it exchanges finished products "Planned production" is a chal lenge which dictatorships have me by taking away competition and in dividual liberty, but democracies Ilk Great Britain have tried to meet by intelligent research and broac gauged cooperation of buslncssmc with each other under the watchful eye of government mediators. Pric mediation in tho public jnteres rather than price-fixing or monopol is the new technique on which en lightcnment is sought in one of th many efforts being made now build through private initiative an private spending more soundly tha was possible by deficit financing government spending. At Mount Olive Revival. Rev. William J. Ritchey, pasto will deliver the sermon at the reviv service tonight at the Mount Oil United Brethren Church. His sub jcct will be "The Vanity of Ri ligion." Lewis Post Meets Monday, Joseph W. Lewis Post, Veterans Foreign Wars, will meet Monda night at 8 o'clock at the post room at 307 West Crawford avenue, business of importance is to be tak en up, a good attendance is requcste Aunt Het ·V/ ROBERT GUILLEN ' It don't look fair when n woman's weight changes and her nature don't When she gets so her man can't reach around her, she ought to quit lonsin' to be held in his arms" Grim Reaper WILSON CATON MEYERSDALE, Jan 15--Wilson Caton, 75 years old, of Greenville ownship, died Tuesday morning at lis home of complications He was a son of Simon and Rebecca Mcese Caton, both deceased, and was born in Garrett county, Md His wife, Mrs. Sarah Caton, preceded him in death in J932. Surviving are these children 1 Willam E, of Garrett, John W. ot Mount Savage, Md , Harry S and George A. of Mcycrsdalc, R D, Mrs John J-attig of Sand Patch, Mrs. Walter Judy of Somerset, Mrs. Arthur Cook of St. Paul, Elk Lick township, and Urs. Cyrus Bltncr of Meyersdalc There arc 32 grandchildren, one great-grandchild and one sister, Mrs. Charles Albright of Frostburg, Md, MTJLAC FUNERAL The funeral service for Robert A. Mulac was held at the late home, 402 South Eighth street, Wednesday afternoon. Rev. A. R Mansbcrger, pastor of Methodist Protestant Church, officiated Pallbearers were L. G. Hoover, Walter Huey, A. L. Lambert, C. Cockrell, Leslie Dunston, Fred Joy, Charles Yaw and Damon Critchflcld. Interment was In the Dickcrson Run Union Cemetery. FRANCIS SWEARMAN MEYEHSDALE, Jan. 15--Francis Swcarman, 70, native and lifelong resident of Glade City, near here, died Thursday afternoon at his home The funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at tne late home In charge of Rev. H. K. Hllner, pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church. Interment will be made in Union Cemetery- Nora Sfrkkler Funeral Service Monday Aliernoon The funeral service foi Miss Nora Stnckler, 65, of Summit, Dunbar township, drowned in a well near her borne, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Olive Branch Baptist Church near Smithton Intel mcnt will be made in the church cemetery. I The body will remain at the chapel of the undertaking fiim of Ira Blair Sons at Penyopolis, where It was removed fiom tlie funeral parlors I of Deputy Coioncr Milton V Munk | Friday afternoon, until the hour of the service. Miss Strlcklcr was a native ot Rostraver township, being born near Smithtoli, the d-iufiUter of the lite Harry and Amelia Armstrong Stnck- ler. She lea\cs U\o brothers, Alva of Chambcrsburg and Thomas of Indann, and two sisters, Mrs. Daisy Bjers and Miss Mary Strlckler of Perryopolis. County Detective John C. Wall today expressed the belief that the wom.m had ended ~hor omv. h?o holding that It was almost a physica' impossibility to have accidentalls toppled into the well. The lid on Jt had been pried off with a can opener. The woman then, according to Wall, probably dropped herself through the opening. Her body hid been in the water for several days the detective added He scouted reports of possible fou play, sa ing an examination of th body failed to reveal any marks Neighbors told him. Wall said, tha the woman had often talked of "end Ing it all'" and that she had wanted to die. They verc quoted as saying that she was despondent for some time, recently because of ill health Miss Strlckler lived alone in the neatly kept house at the Summit. WILLIAM FULMER DIES; WAS FRICK COMPANY VETERAN William Fulmcr, 64 years old, ol 228 South Ninth street, widely known n the community, died this morning Born at Lower Tjronc township, the son o£ Mr and Mrs David Ful- mcr, on May 4, 1874, Mr. Fulmcr came to this city in 1SOO and was employed by the H C Fnck Company as a carpenter at which trade ic spent nearly 40 years Hciwas recently retired on a pension. He ncld membership in the. Junior Older American Mechanics and the Methodist Protestant Church. Surviving are three children, Mrs Robert Shannon, Jr., Ellisburg, Mrs Harry Bauson, J r , and Albert U Fulmer of this city The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with a prayer at the late home followed by a service at the Methodist Protestant Church with Rev. A. R. Mansbeiger, pastor, officiating Interment will be in Hill Giovc Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director Charles C. Mitchell, Arthur J. Kuhns Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 15--Arthur J Kuhris, 80, a Johnstown painter for 60 years, died Thursday night at the home of his only son at Johnslown He was a native ot Stoycstown. He was a former councilman. MISS ROTH MEYERS SOMERSET, Jan. 15.--Miss Ruth Meyers, 21, daughter of Rev. and Mrs S. A Meyers of ShippcnsburR, died Wednesday in a Philadelphia hospital. She was graduated from Somerset High School and at the time ol her death was a student nurse She Is survived by her parents, two sisters and two brothers. Uniontown Church Liquidaies Mortgage UNIONTOWN. Jan 15--The official board of the First Methodist Protestant Church authorized the pistor. Rev Willard M. Douglass, to announce the completion of plans and negotiations for liquidating the mortgage of $52,800, Luther Grimm funeral home in East Main street where friends may call to view the remains The funoril service ulll be held there at 230 o'clock Sunday afternoon Burial will be made in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery at Middle Churches. MRS. HELEN MlhLEWSBT Mrs Helen Yablonskl Miclewsby, 30 years old, former teacher in the German township schools, died suddenly Friday at her home at Edenborn MRS. MAKY BRASS Mrs Mary Brass, 66 years old, fi former resident of Uniontown, died Friday afternoon at her home at Somerset following a brief illness. WE GALL FOR m DELIVER AT THESE LOW PRICES! Snow Suits (any size) 55c Skirts 35c Any Sweater 35c Fur-Trimmed Coats 70c Any Plain Dress.-.60c Men's Suits 60c Gloves 20c Neckties. ...3 for 25c Phone 1965 S I M O N S Cash Carry Cleaners 157 W. Crawford Avenue. 821 West Crawford Avenue, JtRS. JOHN'S FUNERAL The funeral service for Mrs. Amy Ellen John, widow of Wmfleld C. John, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2-30 o'clock at the late home at Uniontown. Burial will be made in Oak Grove Cemetery. JOHN C. BEAU MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan 15 -John C. Bear, 76 years old, died Friday at noon at his home at Acme after a lingering illness. He is survived by four children, William and Mrs. Charles Smith of Ralph, Mrs Jessie Eutsey of Wooddalc and Ira, whereabouts unknown; one half-sister, Mrs. Catherine Lcasure of Acine. The body was removed to the Paramount Theatre Today Only Chapter 2 of "Wild West Days" "REDSKINS REVENGE" PIUS Scrappy Cartoon, "o.\t Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Erich Maria Remarque's Sensational Novel ' "THE ROAD BACK" With John King Richard Cromwell Slim Summerville Anil A Cast of Thousands. A picture that vas jcarb in making. Not a story of Germany, France, England or the United States, hut a story of each WORLD WAR soldier. A dramatic ret elation of conditions at home! STADER FUNERAL HOME OUR SERVICE KNOWS NO DISTANCE. We take full charge of the sacred duty ol bringing loved ones from a distant point. In this, as in every case, It is our desire and our duty to assist to the utmost. This we gladly do. In time of need we stand ready to help . . . any place . . . any time . . . anywhere. 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