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January 17, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1938. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVItiL-E, PA. PAGBFTVB. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Joseph McKc-ma of South Cottage avenue spcn'. the week-end j visiting at the home ol her parents,! Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Goldsmith ot Mount Pleasant. ! Mr. and Mrs. Willard Yost oil York avenue are guests o£ VLt. and Mrs. Herman A. Lynch of En it Patterson avenue. They \vjll return home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bridegum and son, Billy, of Detroit, have returned home after a visit with Mr. Bridegum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. TV. Bridegum of 411 East Washington avenue. l Mrs. Jessie Kenyon o£ Pittsburgh has returned home after a visit with Mrs. Anna Springer of. the White Front Apartments. The Ladies' Auxiliary to South Connellsville Firemen will hold a "500" and bingo psrty, Monday night, in Firemen's Booms. Lunch and door prize. Admission 25c.-- Advertisement.--jan-14-17. Miss Catherine O'Connor o£ Troutman's store, arrived home Saturday morning from New York where she bought dresses, coats and other spring mcrehandise for the women's ready-to-wear department of which she is manager. Mr. and Mrs. William Love and children, Peggy and Billy, or Uniontown were Sunday guests of Mrs. Florence Love of Franklin avenue. Miss Anna Cassler, corsclicr at Troutman's store, left this morning for New York where she will attend the Gossard corset training school which opened this morning for n three-day session at the Commodore Hotel. Irvin Mountain is seriously ill at his home at Mill Hun. Mrs. ^Thomas R. Arpaia of Chicago, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Port of Jefferson street, who underwent a serious operation January 12 in a Chicago hospital, was reported to be siightly improved this morn- 5ng. Mrs. Arpaia, the former Miss Frances Port, visited her parents over the Christmas holidays. She was taken 111 a few days before being removed to the hospital ond her condition was critical for a time. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. William Fagan and George Mclas- sanos o£ the Star Restaurant attended a convention of the Western Pennsylvania Restaurant Association which opened Sunday ot the William Pcnn Hotel in Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. McKenna daughter, Eleanor Marie, and infant son, Paul J. Jr., returned to their home at Saltsburg after spending the past month at the home of Mrs. McKonna's mother, Mrs. Blanche Dowling, in North Cottage avenue. Jack Durbin of Apollo spent the week-end at his home at Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lunnen a Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Daniels visited friends at New Kensington Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Floto of East Fayctte street visited Mr. Floto's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weighle, of Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald Marietta and Mr. Marietta's mother, Mrs. Margaret Marietta, of Dunbar visited friends in Pittsburgh Sunday. Miss Rose Barren of Mount Pleasant visited friends in Pittsburgh today. Miss Lilyan Mervis of West Green street was in Pittsburgh Sunday visiting friends. Aunt Hef By ROBERT QUILLEN "Amy was tcllin' everybody how it happened, but I wouldn't stop to listen. After hcarln' her tell anything, it's always so disap- pointin' when you hear the facts." Mrs. Bessie Kurtz, Ohiopyle, Dies in McKeespori Hospital Mrs. Bessie B. Kurtz, 43 years old, wife of Edward L. Kurtz of Ohiopyle, proprietor of the Ohiopyle Hotel, died at 1:50 o'clock Saturday afternoon in McKeesport Hospital where she hsd undergone an operation 10 days before. 'Death was the result of heart failure. Mrs. Bessie B. Johnson Kut tz, who was bom on January 18, 1894, at Wcstcrnport, Md., had resided at Ohiopyle for a number of years. Her husband had been proprietor of the Ohiopyle Hotel for the past seven years. Her parents were the late J. W. and Elizabeth Johnson. She was a member of the Ohiopyle Methodist Episcopal Church. Beside her husband, she is survived by the following children: Mrs. Wilma K. Grieves, wife of Kenneth Grieves of South Connellsville, and Edward, Jr., Fay, William, John Ray and Herbert, all at home. There arc two grandchildren, one s'sc?r Mrs. Mary Johnson of McKeesport and two brothers, Thomas G. Johnson of McKeesport and John W Johnson of Ohiopyle. The funeral service will be ncld Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Willig Funeral Home at 220 Ninth avenue, McKeesport, with Kev. Dr Thomas R. Courtlce, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church o McKeesport, officiating. Intcrmeni will be in Versailles Cemetery al McKeesport. A brief service will be conducted tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the late home at the Ohiopyle Hotel and the body will be removed Tuesday morning to McKeesport, / Minister in 16th Day Of Fast to Prove Man Can Become Immortal Continued from Page One. countered him in a barber shop the other day and didn't recognize him. The dean sat in a tiny, dim room where the light came timidly through the curtains and put blackish spotchcs in the caverns of his face. Yesterday he preached a sermon, shook hands with his parishioners as they left the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Mary of which he is dean ana celebrated' communion, taking wine . and wafer. Despite that tiring day, he consented to an interview, consented reluctantly because he does not'seek publicity and thinks that no one--reporters, scientists, physicians or even fellow clergymen can glimpse the light that beckons him along the course he walks. The inevitable question whenever a man begins a fast is: Is he sincere; is he taking nourishment unknown to other persons? Dean Noo answered: "Nobody who has seen me can say I am taking food on the sly. I look ghostly. You can see that. The test is, will I be afraid? WiU I be afraid and turn back? No, I know I won't. I've been through all of this. I ·worked it out potentially, but not actually. Now I have to experience it. I know I can do it. I want to say a word for my wife. She has never mentioned food to me. She has been cooperative." Where does he get the strength that enables him to shake hands, with a firm, strong grip, with 600 people; to carry on the hundred of duties that the priest of a large church must perform? "It is like going through a fire," Dean Noc said, "the flrc ot divine love. Like Moses and the burning bush, the flre burns but does not consume. It only destroys Impurities, refining the pure gold of character. I am working toward a world philosophy. I can't go into that now, but it will cover everything." Special Sluslc at Mt. OHvc. Rev. W'lliam J. RItchey, pastor of the Mount Olive United Brethren Church, will preach on "Saving Faith" at tonight's meeting in the series of revival services. There will be special music by a mixed quartet. Alex Dils Dies. Alex Oils, 75 years old, retired United States marine engineer and well known resident of Point Mnrion, died Saturday evening at the Uniontown Hospital, I A. Treat in Colorful .Cross Stitch Household Arts by Alice Brooks James Sweeney Dies At Leisenring Home; Was Frick Veteran PATTERN 5976 A treat to the eyes and a treat to the fingers . . . graceful tiger lilies worked out in 6-to-the-mch crosses and a little outline and single stitch. For most effective treatment use two gay shades or various colors. A simple design that lends beauty to tea cloths, scarfs, towels or pillows, nnd it mnkcs such grand pick-up work. In pattern 5976 you wil) find a transfer pattern of two and two reverse motifs 8'AxO inches and two and two reverse motifs ix3V4 inches; illustrations of the stitches used; material requirements; color suggestions. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred) to The Courier Household Arts Dcpt., 259 W. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ·write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Grim. Reaper MKS. EDWARD BAKER MOUNT PLEASANT, Jon. 17-Mrs. Anna Hotter Baker, 21 years and 14 days old, wife of Edward Baker, died at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at her home near Stahlstowu after a year's illness. Beside her husband, she leaves n daughter, Shirley; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hoffcr ot Stshlstov/n, a wstcr, Mrs. Leman Harman of Stahlstown, and two brothers, William nnd Carl Hoffcr, at home. The funeral service will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Mount Zion Lutheran Church at Donegal in charge of the pastor, Rev. Herbert N. Brant. Interment will be in the Porch Cemetery nearby. SIRS. SOPHIA LOUR WHITE LATROBE, Jan. 17--Mrs. Sophia Lohr White, 81 years old, a resident of Pleasant Unity for 45 years and a former resident of Fayctte county, died Saturday morning at her home. She leaves three children: David L., ot Pleasant Unity, Mrs. Albert F.us- tls of Washington, Pa., and Imo F., at home. There are 12 ijrandchildr^n, seven great-grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Nancy Marron of Donegal. The funeral service will be held Tuesday afternoon. The body will lie in state at the Pleasant Unity Methodist Episcopal Church from 12 to 2 o'clock. Burial will be made in Calvary Cemetery near Champion. Final Service Held By Perry Church in 50th Year Program The 50th anniversary program of the Pcrryopolis Methodist Episcopal Church building which had been In progress from January 9 closed Sunday night with the church filled to capacity. The Uniontown Community Male Chorus furnished an excellent musical program. Prof. Thomis H. Harris -was the director of the chorus while Russell B. Mclntyrc, president oC the chorus, announced the program that follows: The special solo numbers were by Miss Leona Pearl Fenton, who sang "Holy City," Mrs. Albert Evans, "Calvary," and Mrs. Bcrnice E. Fred- crick, "Crucifixion." The chorus numbers were "On the Sea," "Byrne Calfaria," "I Will Praise Thee'," "Valiant Warriors," "Own William Rhonda," "The Little Church," "Comrade in Arms" ond "Hallelujah." Rev. Fred B. Grimm, pastor of the church, expressed himself as highly pleased with the attendance throughout the week and the fine programs that were presented, thanking all who participated in the various services to make the observance a big success. Juniors Hear Talks By Visiting Speakers Visitors from Scottdale and Uniontown were present and gave interesting talks at a meeting of Magic Council, Junior Order United American Mechanics, Friday night at Odd Fellows Hall. The relief committee announced that A. M. Montgomery and Carl A. Morgan, who had been on the sick list for several weeks, had resumed work. Other sick members were reported improved. The council voted to attend the Methodist Protestan evangelisic service in a body Wednesday night, January 19. All members are to meet at the church at 7 o'clock. Plans are being made for a district membership campaign together with a Joint initiation in the spring. SIRS. JOHN J. HEIDE MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 17.-Mrs. Minna Mclde, 73 years old, died at 10:45 o'clock Sunday morning at her home at Liberty street. She was the wife of John Julius Hcldc. Mrs. Hcidc was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Besides her husband, she is survived by the following children: August of Indlanola, Mrs. Lucctta Vaux, Mrs. J. J. Shcfaick and Adolph, nil of Jcannettc; Mrs. Paul Gordon of Struthcrs, Ohio, and Miss Emma, at home. There are 13 grandchildren, three grcat-grnndchildrcn and one sister, Mrs. Agnes Bnllcy of Cleveland, Ohio. There will be a short funeral service al the late home followed by a full service at the Trinity Lutheran Church on Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in charge ot Rev. George C. Booth, pastor. Interment will be in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery at Middle Churches. PAUL G. IIAUG SCOTTDALE, Jan. 17.--Paul George Haug, 54 years old, died Saturday night at his Morgan residence after a three-year illness. He WHS a life-long resident of Morgan, having been born in Broad Ford in 1883, a son of the late Christian and Mary Helen Emmert Haug. For the past nine years he has owned nnd operated the River View service station at the Narrows on the Conncllsville- Broad Ford road. Two sisters and three brothers -survive. They arc Mrj. Bertha Russmun and Ernest, both of Morgan; Miis Mayme, Christ and Martin, both at home. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home in charge of Rev. Paul Porath, pastor of the German Lutheran Church in ConneUsviilc. Interment will be in Scottdalc Cemetery. MRS. CAROLINE STENGER Mrs. Caroline Stengcr, 75 years old, died at 1 o'clock this morning at the Connellsville State Hospital. She had suffered a stroke a month ago and had been a patient at the hospital for more than a week. Mrs. Stengcr was born at Essen, Germany, in 1863, locating at Mount Pleasant in 1881. She was married to Philip Stenger in 1883. Beside her husband the leaves 10 children, Philip W. Stcngpr, Brownsville, Mrs. Mont Miller,. Uniontown, Mrs. ANNOUNCEMENT! JfOTICE TO 1MUEXDS AXD PATJKOXS William A. McNanamy, formerly of the partnership and firm of McNANAMY-WHITLAT.CI], Funeral Directors which was recently dissolved, has purchased all o£ the equipment and rolling stock o£ the firm and ·will personally conduct all business at the same location. You may be assured of competent service at reasonable prices. WM. A u McNANAMY ITO'JKBAL DIKECTOK formerly, Firm of 3IcNanunij--VliitIntch 145 Korth Gnllatfn Ayennc. Phone, 373. UnJontoiin. I'cunn.' Walter J. King, Mrs. David Baker, Mrs. Louis Hosfelt and Charles A. Stenger, all of Scottdalc, James Stenger at home and Mrs. Walter Taylor, Mrs. David Pmkncy and John Stengcr of Connellsville. She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Annie E. Kelly of Aliguippa. There arc 43 grandchildren and 17 great- grandchildren. The body was perpnred for burial at the funeral establishment of John H. D. Slbcl. Arrangements for burial have not been completed. Dunbar Township Democrats to Meet The Men's Democrat Club of Dunbar township will ho!d a meeting tonight at 8 o'clock at the firemen's hall at Morrcll. There will be a speaker. James Tlpton Succumbs. SOMERSET, Jan. 17 James Tipton, 77, Allegheny township farmer and long n county viewer, died Friday at his home. He was a candidate for county commissioner. He leaves three children. Son Born to Albrlchts. A 10-pound son was born Sunday morning at 6:14 o'clock at the Con- nellsviUe State Hospital to Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvin AlbriEht of East Crawford avenue. Mrs. Albright Is the former Miss Nellc Cox. James Sweeney, 71 years old, ol Lcisen-ing No. 1, an employe of the II. C. 1'rick Coke Company for more than 40 years, died Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at his home after a lingering illness. A native of Ireland, Mr. Sweeney came to this country when he was 18 years of age ond went to work in the anthracite mines near Hazlcton. He later came into Fayette county and entered the employ of the Frick Company by which he was pensioned af^or working at the Valley, Broad Fold and Lcisenring plants. Mr. Sweeney, one of the best known icsidents of Lcisenring No. 1, was preceded in death by his wife, Anna, three years ago. Mr. Sweeney is survived by the following children: Mrs. M. B. Donovan and John Sweeney o£ Gates, Mrs. Joseph Mullen of Midland, Mrs. R. J. Kesslcr of Connellsville, D. A. Sweeney of Lcisenring, and Alexander, Thomas, Edward nnd Miss Margaret Sweeney and Mrs. Anna McGivcrn, all at home. Solemn requiem high moss will be celebrated Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at St. Vincent do Paul Roman Catholic Church at Lcisen- ring No. 1. Rev. Father L. D. Mc- Nanamy, pastor, will be assisted by Rev. Regis Phelan, former acting pastor, and Rev. Michael F. Bonficld, nssistrnt pastor of Immaculate Conception Church of ConncllsviUe. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Heart Attack Causes Mrs. Watson's Death; Funeral Held Today Mrs. Anna E. Watson, 53 years old, died suddenly Saturday morning at her home in 1015 Sycamore street. Heart failure was the cause of death. She was found on the floor of the dininsroom by her husband, Albert G. Watson, a Baltimore Ohio engineer, on returning home from his run. In addition to the husband, she is survived by a son, Milroy, of South Connellsville, two daughters, Mrs. Frances Flydell of Uniontown ond Mrs. Elizabeth Belts of Mount Braddock; a brother, Clyde Mickey, South Connellsville. Her father, G. H. Mickey of Confluence, also survives together with slaters, Mrs. John Shade of Somerset, Mrs. Raymond Knight, Mrs. Earl Hall, Mrs. Raymond Hunter, all of Confluence, Mrs. Ira Whipkcy of Connellsville, Mrs. Jacob Younkln of Mather. Mrs. Watson was ' n' member of Coke Queen Lodge, the United Presbyterian Church. The funeral was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the residence with Rev. George R. Krupp, pastor of the First United Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment was in Hill Grove Cemetery. A. XOTOFOUhOS PUBLIX THKATKE Today, Tomorrow and Wednesday IT'S BREATH TAKING I I A CHALLENGE TO ALL SCREEN HISTORY! M-G-M's newest musical sensation is the talk of the entertainment world! Never... in one show...such a glorious gathering of stars . . . Cole Pcrter hits...romantic thrills ... laughs . .. spe^i 1 tacles ... girls! Frank MORGAN* Edna May OLIVER Ray Bolger · Nona Massey Billy Gilbert · Reginald Owen --Also-"Little Buck Cheesar" and "The King Without a Crown" Feature Goes on at 1:30--1:05-- 6:}0--9:15 So great was the interest in the revival services at Cochran Mcthi dist Episcopal Church at Dawstjn Sunday night that it was decided continue through Wednesday. Sunday was decision day in tl church, of which Dr. Thomas lharlesworlh is pastor, resulting in 14 decisions. Sunday school and worship services were combined. The church was crowded. It was Oiled again at the evening hour. Admitted to Hospital. Mrs. Thclma Harshman of Scottdale, Mrs. Mary McDonald of High- and avenue, William Lambert of Gibson avenue, Harry Marietta of Soutli Ninth street, Miss Catherine iVaywood of Scottdalc and Miss Hazel Mitchell of Lcmont have been ndmltted to Connellsville State Hot- pltal for treatment. DAWSON REVIVAL TO BE CONTINUED Gradale Will Show Syphilis Pictures The Gradale Sorority will sponsor the showing of a syphilis film Friday evening, January 28, at the B. O. Y. M. C. A. The picture, recently shown by the Phalanx I'ra- ternity, is for Gradale members and all other women who care to attend. No admission will be charged. The film will be shown hvice--at 7:45 ond 9 o'clock. Patronize those who advertise. Caught a Cold ? ) To help end it sooner, rub tliroat and chest with V A P O R U B eatre Today, Tomorrow and Wednesday Westferm Boforo they had embraced only dark mounds of earth, cowering close for protection... now soft' o r m j r e a c h e d forth, life started anew and. was good I THE NEW Today o Tomorrow · V/ednesday STEVENSON'S MOST AMAZING ROMANCE OF THE SOUTH SEAS ALIVE ON THE SCREEN g*. A thundering story '', i from the world's last '* '«i frontier of romance « A brings to the screen, 1 i t£( for the first time in color, all the glamor, all the haunting mystery, all the exotic loveliness of Stevenson's own tropic wonderland! A PARAMOUNT PICTURT WITH OSCAR HOMOLKA By ·n«B9«Mfet wtlk G turnout Brttul Pict «r* C«rporitkm FRANCES FARMER RAY MILLAND Lloyd Nolan · Barry Fitzgerald SetMB Vlsr by BMIIM Mfflluuwt Btwd M A Sioty br Robert lotil* SICYMJOB Md Uord Otboum* A Lucisn Hubbard Production Selected Shorts-Cartoon-

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