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January 19, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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·PAOESIX. THE DAILY COURIER; CONNELLSVTLLB. PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 19, 1938. PERSONAL MENTION . . Mrs."-'Frances Treutlc and Mrs. . Helen Conner went to Grccnsburg ^'Tuesday morning to meet Mrs. Irene Dougherty of Pittsburgh, who was a guest at the regular meeting of Coke Region Division No. 107, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Order of .Railway'Conductors, Tuesday afternoon. "500" and bingo, P. H. C. Hall, Thursday night, 8:30. Door prize, lunch. Admission . 25c.--Advertise- ment.--18jan-2t. · Mrs. Jack Hanahan of Gibsonia was the guest of her brother, Francis O'Hara of Run avenue and friends here Saturday. The Hanahans arc former well-known residents of Connellsville. ·· · r . 'Cafeteria, Christian Church, Thursday, 11:30 to 1:00 and 5 to 7.--Advert isement.--19j an-11. Mrs. .0. .R. Berwick, who underwent an operation at Johns Hopkins .Hospital, Baltimore, returned to her home in South Pittsburg street Tuesday evening. Although getting along nicely, she will be confined to her . bed for. a couple ol days. Oppman's Taxi.. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. Mrs. J. M. Cecil and daughter, Mrs. Lucy Norris and children,'Carl and Elizabeth Norris, of South Con, hellsvillc, who were called -to Du- qucsnc Heights, Pittsburgh, - by the death ot. Mrs.. Cecil's .-brother, John E. Digby,' returned home Saturday night. They were accompanied by Mrs. Cecil's son, William, a teacher in the junior high school at Forest Hills, near Wilkinsburg, and her brother ..and; sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur'S.'.DIgby . of Narberth, .who spent over Sunday at .the Cecil home. . . : U. B. Church will hold annual baked ham supper .Thursday, February 17th.--Advertisement.--janlS- '26. " ' "'" ; Miss Bliss Hoffman, Miss Dorothy Maples and Miss Ruth Dennis visited Mrs. Fred Rally at Fairchance Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Peter R, Welmcr, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Brady and Miss Mary Glover will attend a banquet "at the White Swan Hotel In Uniontown Thursday evening as the guests of the Uniontown Ki\v;mis Club. : "Miss Kay Mullin, Miss Isabelle iMcCnlrns, Miss Dorothy Maples, ;. Miss Bliss Hoffman and Miss Ruth ·· Dennis visited in Uniontown Mon; day evening. " Arthur and Lawrence' 'Duggnn, ', sons of Attorney and Mrs.. John t Duggan, Jr., .of South Pittsburg I' !%eet, have resumed . their studies ', at Duquesnc University, Pittsburgh, Z having spent .the, wck-end nt "their Chomc. . . ' , .' Colonel and Mrs. A. .E. Herzberg : of St. Louis will arrive here Thurs." day morning to attend the funeral of . Mrs. Hcrzberg's brother, Frank Wid.' mer. Mrs. Frank K. Bailey of Ohiopyle, .' who underwent an operation at the Uniontown Hospital, is Betting along -very nicely. Her daughter. Miss "· Roberta Bailey, engaged in private ^nursing in Washington, D. C., is with · her. Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN * ·"It -ain't love that makes Joe ·and Amy - so careful about one another's'feelings. If they loved one another, they could be free and easy and natural without startin' a f i g h t . " · · · · SI LENT G-MEN PROBE RECORD ROSS SLAYER Continued from Pate One. ioovcr and his men was Anders. E. T. Guinnne, chief of Hoover's local ifilce, first denied that there had been a prisoner at all. Inter admitted only to "a prisoner." A reporter for he St. Paul Daily News . asked ·loover if the prisoner was Anders md he said that Hoover had replied, 'yes." Hoover's explanation o£ his coming here instead of going directly to Chicago from Los Angeles and thus saving 350 miles, was: "I wanted to get some rest before jetting into Chicago." He said he lis agents, and their prisoner woulc continue on to Chicago this morning Missionaries ' To Speak at Gospel Tabernacle Thursday !.. Miss H. Clark of Kweichow- ' Szcchuan, China, and Mr. Stewart of ."Central China will be the speakers ~at the annual Foreign Misisonary Convention at the Alliance Gospel · Tabernacle in Porter avenue Thursday and Friday evenings at 7:45 , o'clock. Views of China will be shown on the screen. The Christian and Mis. sionary Alliance has approximately 500 foreign missionaries preaching the gospel in 95 different languages , and dialects on 20 mission fields. :'· An invitation is extended to the .-..public to attend the servlves. Mrs. James H. Dunn Dies in Uniontown Mrs. Ann. "McBurney Dunn, 54 years old, wife ot James H. Dunn, president-general manager of the TJnlontown Motor Club and a widely- known lifelong resident of Fayette county, died at 9:15 o'clock this morning at her home at 166 North Gallatin avenue, Uniontown. Mrs. Dunn, a native of Vanderbilt and also a former resident of Con- nellsvilte, · had been ailing for 18 months and was bedfast for the last 12 weeks; Death was due to a heart attack. Mrs. Dunn, a daughter of the late George and Nancy McBurney, was born at Vanderbilt on December 29 1883. She spent her childhood days at Vanderbilt and for a time taught school there and in Dunbnr township. She was united in marriage with Mr. Dunn on December 18 1905, to which union two sons were born. Deceased is survived by her husband, two children, Harold W., of Somerset E.nd James L., of Scranton and these brothers and sisters: Mrs W. N. Alton ot Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. George Edward Reed of Vanderbilt, John.McBurney--ot Uniontown and Howard McBurney o; Dickerson Run. Mrs. Dunn was. an. active member of the. Third ·Presbyterian Church and the.Bethany Bible,Class at Uniontown- until, she became ill. She also was a.member o f . the. Uniontown Country Club. During the period. that Rev. Dr E. A. Hodil.served..as .pastor ot the Third Presbyterian" Church, at Uniontown, Mr. 1 ;.'Dunn was.very activi in working with the pastor 'in supplying food for unfortunates in many sections of the county. She allotted four days ol each week to driving about the county, seeking out per sons who were in need. Funeral arrangements have no been completed. Mrs. .Tantr Holland Buried. · The funeral, for Mrs.. .Jane Ann ;.Holland wjis.hbld Saturday afternoon · with a scryicc.Ht.thc First Methodist ;Episcopal. Churclu .Rev. Lawrence ; S. Elliott,, pastpr^offlciated. Pallbcar- ·crs were ^Winfleld 'Love, Harvey · Stull, William rAddis,', John. Wrote, tFrcd Skelley,"aind.Fred Shaw.Unter- Imcnt was'in Hill Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Jennie Cutter- Dies. ..- Mrs. Jennie Cutter, 64, sister of ; Mrs. John Rogers and Mrs. Agnes .iVindwood of Fayette City and Annie .of Brownsville; died'Tuesday night at '.her home in Knapp's /Meadow near Lonaconing, Md. The funeral ser- .vice will be held Thursday afternoon. W. T. Kemper Dead. KANSAS CITY, -Mo., -Jan. 19.-William T. Kemper, 71, one of the leading financiers of the Southwest, and a national Democratic com- mittccman from Missouri, died today. Dies After Illnc.n. After a protracted illness, John Biclski, 63 years old, died Sunday at his home at Rices Landing. Low Round Trip Furcs S4.50 WASHINGTON S4.75 BALTIMORE SUNDAY, .IAXUARY 23 Lv. ConiiellsvUIe 1:45 A. M. Return Sunday Night, Consult Local Ticket Agent for Details. HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 19.--Letters cnt six years ngo, threatening to kidnap the children ot Harold Lloyd :he movie actor, were obtained today by G-men, and it was reported tha the revival of the case was in some manner associated with the capture Monday of the suspected kidnaper of Charles S. Ross of Chicago. Lloyd received three letters, demanding $6,000, and threatening "vengeance that will put tile Lindbergh case into discard," unless hi was paid. The extortioner never was caught Federal agents refused to commen on their new activity in the case on Lloyd said he was not informed as to the reason for it. LOCAL MAN GETS ASSISTANCE POST ATCOUNTYSEAT UNIONTOWN, Jan. .19.--Thrci changes have been made in the per sonnel positions of the new publl assistance board here. Mrs. Amanda Myers of Connells ville is now executive director o relief in Fayette county in charg of direct relief, old ago and blini pensions and other assistance cases The board, under the leadership o Mrs. Louise B. Frock named as firs assistant H. H. Baer, administrate of assistance. Riley Litman, re placed by Bacr, is now chief cler in charge of clerks in the relief office Arthur Hoard of Point Marion ha been named head of the industria contact department. W. E. Russell of Connellsville former chief clerk, is now junio supervisor. It is not expected that'the person ne! of the board will be increased officials said. . Return to norma working conditions in the county an a reduction of relief cases due to th social security checks will leave th present staft sutllicently large t handle the work. Mr. Bacr is a veteran in count relief work. He was first prcsidcn of the Fnyctte County Emergenc Relief Board. Scalp Level Woman Dead. SOMERSET, Jan. 19.--Mrs. Eliza both Baucrle, 31, died Saturday a her home at Scalp Level. Her lius band, William Henry Baucrle, die in 1897. A. XOTOI'OUr.OS I'UHLIX T J I K A T R K Last Times Today MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA!! Glamour!! 'Girls!! Gaiety!! --AJso-- LITTLE BUCK CHEESER" TOMORROW and FRIDAY liomnnco Ruinns the Juntrlc Xitrht THE PERFECT TARZAN in fhe TARZAN-THRILL OF ALL World's Greatest Athlete GLENN MORRIS America's Glamour Gi.'l ELEANOR KOUtA ATTENTION! YOU CA31liI{A »UJS! On HIP SHIDO I'roiynim CANDiD CAMERAMANIACS Also CO.MKDV -- J/ATliST .\H1V.S -- C.tKTOO.N S . V T i r i t U A V , M O M ) . \ V , T I M ' S D A V R O B E R T Y O U N G JAMES STEWART LIONEL BARRYMORE Florence Rice · Billie Burke Ton tram · Smod S. Hiwb P«J K»Ur · Bonett filter Grim Reaper! FRANK WIDMER Frank Widmer, 51 years old, died it 10:25 o'clock Tuesday evening at Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh ,OJC complications that developed alter jn llness of pneumonia. He was taken 11 three months ago and has been under treatment at the hospital for wo months. Born at Broad Ford on July 3, 1886, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs Victor Widmcr, he was a resident of Connellsville many years. Ho was employed by Boyts, Porter Company as a moulder and had served n that capacity for 20 years.! He was a member ol the B. P. O) Elks and the Immaculate Conception Church, and a staunch supporter of the Republican party. Besides his wife, Mrs. Mary Mllkc Widmcr, he leaves one son, Donald, jt home, and the following brothers ind sisters: Mrs. Elsie Herzbcrg of St. Louis, Walter Widmcr of Ncwlll, Carl ol this city and Helen, Evelyn, Virginia and Emily at home. The body was removed to the home, 3 Witter avenue extension, this afternoon by Funeral Director Milton V. Munk. The funeral will be held Saturday morning with a prayer at the home at 8:30 oclock followed by requiem high mass al Immaculate Conception Church at 9 o'clock. Rev. Henry Gcibel, pastor will officiate. Interment will be to St. Joseph's Cemetery. uterment will be made In Cochran cmctery in charge ol Funeral Di- cctor Frank B. Galley o£ Vaiid^r- ilt. THOMAS M. HARTLEY Thomas M. Hartley, 75, a native of Jreone county and prominent re- red farmer of Fuyetto county, died Tuesday in Tampa, Fla., where he ad been residing for 15 years. He moved to German township when 20 cars of age and continued there as farmer until 1923 when he removed o Florida. The funeral will be held Friday In Florida. MKS. BEATTY'S FUNERAL The funeral service for Mrs. Cora Lcc Bcatty, 67 years old, wife o£ John S. Beatty of South Connellsville, who died Monday afternoon will be held Thursday afternoon al 2 o'clock at the home. Hcv. A. R, Mnnsbcrgcr, pastor of the First Methodist Protestant Church of which she was a member, will officiate. Interment .will be made In Chestnut Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Beatty was born in Greene county February 16, 1871, but hnc spent most of her life at South Connellsville. Besides her husband si : leaves the following children Hobert, Warren, Earl and Mrs. William Garlick of South Connellsville Mrs. Arthur Phunter of Coalbrook Mrs. Edwin Moser of Carmichacls and Claro, Ellis and J. D. at home There arc also 18 grandchildren three Rreat-srnndchildrcn, a brother Jeff Herrington of East Liverpool Ohio, and one sister, Mrs. Lulu Hamilton of Warren, Ohio. Seven children preceded the mother in death. MRS. NICHOLSON'S FUNERAL The funeral service for Mrs. Augusta Nicholson, for many years a resident of Dawson who died Tuesday, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home o a sister, Mrs. Orton Livingston, a Dawson. Rev. Dr. Thomas Charlesworth, pastor of the Dawson McthO' dist Episcopal Church, will officiate Last Times Today ^-- ^ ROBERT IOU1S STEVENSON'S GREAT STORY OF THE FARMER M1LLAND LLOYD NOLAN and BARRY FITZGERALD 1 A Luclen Hybbaid Production Dir*eUd by Jam«i Hogon Selected Shorts, Cartoon, Xcws Patronize Those Who Advertise lERMAN CHURCH LEADER WILL FACE NAZI COURT FEB. 7 BERLIN,. Jnn. 'lO A district lurt has set ijebi'uni'y 7 as the date r the trial o£|Rev. Martin Niemocl- ir, Protestant leader in the fight jalnst Nazi government regulation ! church affairs. The pastor has been in Jail since uly 1. He was offered his freedom he would agree to quit preaching ul insisted upon a trial. MKS. ANNA J. B. KIMMELL, SOMERSET, Jan. 19.--Mrs. Anna 'anc Kimmell, 71 years old, died Tuesday at her home in Lavansville. he was a daughter ot the late Samuel and Elizabeth J. Brown ol 3erman township and the wife o£ ohn H. Kimmcll. MRS. REBECCA McDERMOTT Mrs. Rebecca Gordon McDcrmott 2 years old, wife of Daniel McDermott, died Tuesday at her home at Uniontown, following a lingering llness. Infantile Paralysis Infectious. . NEW YORK, Jan. 19.--Important experiments showing that infantile paralysis can be acquired through ikin contacts have been reported by Drs. James D. Trask and John R; Paul of Yale University School of Medicine. DANGEROUS It Is dangerous to sell a SUBSTITUTE tor 666 Just to make three or four cents more. Customers are your oost asset*, lose them and you lojc your business. 666 Is worth three or foi/r Umes as much as a SUBST/tUTli.--Adpcrtiscmcnt. LAST TIMES TODAY J 'WARM X ARMS iMTED N THEIR BITTERNESS! ' H.-, A^ UNIVERSAL PICTURE hoturlng' JOHN-KINO, RICH ABO CROMWELL,' SLIM SUMMERVIUE, ANOT DEVIN6, BARBAIIAREAO, LOUISE FAZENDA, NOAH 8EERV,^,MAURIC6 MURPHY. THURSDAY ONLY NEW DOUHM: i'KATUJJK Tomorrow « and a Second Full Length Feature Picture of the starring Belly Burrud A Xmr Universal jl'ivluro Also Selected Shorts, Comedy and News .*.-

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