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January 20, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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Trrr-?..".-PAGB SIX. THE; DAILY cuarua'K, PA. THURSDAY,. JANUARY 2( 1S3S.. PERSONAL MENTION i .: ......E. B.'Zimmerman, who was a pa- '· ,-_. _. ,,ticnt.at the Conhellsville State Hos"'*" "pital foY "observation and treatment, has returned to his homo in South Pittsburg street and is receiving trionds. "500" and bingo, P. H. C. Hall, Thursday night, 8:30. Door prize, lunch. Admission 25c'.--Advcrtlse- : mcnt.--19jan-2t. Mrs. Clyde ' Barnhart of Young: wood visited her aunts, Mrs. Matilda "-.;-.' Eccles and Mrs. Martha .Witman of ; · ' . - Crawford avenue. West Side, 1 today. Penny bingo, Jr. O. U. A. M., Odd Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg ,-;' * street, Friday night, 8:30.--Adver- ·'...-- tisement.--20jan-2t. Mr.' and Mrs. G; C. Davidson, arrived home this morning from New York where Mr. Davidson bought ~; ., spring apparel lor his women's and ~*~ ".misses', store in. West Crawford avc-. -? 'U. . "nue. " " ' . ' ' " ' . :" Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700^-Ad. vertisement,--9oct-tf. -". Mr. and Mrs. Charles Enos and ..... -- Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Daniels attended ~~~. -the-ice hockey games at Duquesno ' Gardens, Pittsburgh, Wednesday evening. -- - · 100 lovely new spring . dresses, --_~' .-.double value, $1.95. Princess-Shop. _;'- --Advertisement.--20jan-2t,_ ;; , . . Miss Lois Benford of South ?Hnth street, Greenwood, called at the home --T .of James H. Dunn at Unlontown ·%.,;" ^Wednesday evening to express her -."._ ^.'sympathy In the death of Mrs. Dunn. Miss .Emma Jones of the Valley spent Wednesday with her sister; ; ,,, ..Mrs. Ray Ellenberger, of Morrcll : _ _i . avenue, Greenwood.: *, ':, . : -f.'i ^ MIss'.NolUc SticKIe JAtEciVandcr- . -· *~ - bilt road visited Trlehds Iff Greens"-* : burg Wednesday^"'""-'' ' · t -- ... Mrs. W.. E. Honsinger of East ;. . "..-[Jf Orange, K.'J., who is visiting her * * ~ -parents, -Rev.- and Mrs. ' William » . " " " " " Hamilton, at Loisenring, was the ~ guest of her brothcr-ln-law and sis~ _ tcr, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. McCairns, of -- -· 'South Ninth . street, .. Greenwood, :: ~ C : Wednesday. ;: '·,, .w ·;. -- --.- · - · Philip Galiardi and son, Ray; of .t West Cedar avenue left Wednesday morning for Cleveland where they "^ ~~r "will look after business.-' " "' ~. - William J. Davidson of-West Fay- £ ·--" ~- .'ctte street" was "a Pittsburgh caller 1 Wednesday. X Miss Dorothy Brown of Edna £ .*_·:·* street met her aunt, Mrs. Edith 2 Campbell of Sewlckloy, Pittsburgh S Wednesday and attended the play "5 'Boom Service," at the Nixon ~i Theatre. '·'·; . Gaetano Corrado of East Falrvicw V- avenue left Wednesday for Nev {« York City on a business trip. He ~ '·; will return this week-end. ·/ '·:· i_ Mrs. Richard Miller, Jr., of South ·«· " ·'·'. - Pittsburg street is visiting Mr.-and : j Mrs. C. E. Catt of Brooklino, Pitts- ;."·· · burgh. She accompanied her mother, Aunt Het By ROBERT QUII "I knew it would happen. They worshiped one another when they didn't have nothin' else, and now they've got so much they don't seem to need one another." Grim Reaper ·· · MRS: DUNN'S FUNERAL UN1ONTOWN, Jan. 20.--The funeral -serviceJtor. Mrs..Arm : Dann, 55 years old,~wlfe'of "James" H; Dunn, president-general manager of'the Uniontown · Motor Club, who died Wednesday morning, will be held nt the family residence at 100 North Gallatin avenue'at'2:30 o'clock ."Fri- day-altcrnoonX ' '· -- - ·-·' · · · Ecv. Dr. William Blake HIndman, pastor of the First 'Prcsbytorinr Church, will officiate. Interment will be made in the mausoleum in Sylvan Heights Cemetery. · Active pallbearers will be Dr. J" E VanGildcr, Chris Mingcr, Ralph Hagan, Harry Jacquette, Clarence Lee and Dr.. Dale Billingham. The honorary pallbearers will-be Homer H. Hess, O. S. Vance, Walter RisTjeck Walter Craft, Robert Grbff," Judge H. S. Dumbauld, Clayton Hitten- housc, Darrcll W. Smiley, George On-ill-Rush,' J. Espey Sherrard, WiE- iam Lee and George Edcl.. · " · · Mrs. Clyde R. Weihc, who patient at the Mercy Hospital. is Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Jones and sons, Walter and David Lee, of Poplar Grove were guests of Mr. Jones' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pounds of Wilkinsburg over ,, the week-end. They · called at the ·": home of..Mr,":and Mrs;'Harry Jcnne- --,.wlne, also.of Wilkinsburg.Mr. Jenne- · .wine, a cousin of Mr. .Jones, is ill. ter in-Philadelphia, ing formulated to \. Slale Grange Secretary ; , Curfew Dinner Speaker John H. Light of Harrisburjj, sccre- " tavy ot the State Grange and its .:· legislative representative, will be the guest speaker Saturday afternoon at .. the annual oyster dinner ot Curfew Grange at its ball at Flatwoods. Dinner will be served at 12:30 o'clock and group singing will be ,'cd by Curte C. Collins. Included in the ' program of entertainment will be a trombone solo by Jack Thorpe, piano . numbers by Mrs. Ralph Cox, reading by Katherine Mosscr, mandolin solo by John Carroll Robinson; and piano solo by Clark Bailey. .£ ';.i, . George No Longer ·· ·- \ -.'--·· Drinks Whiskey 5 ;.?..*... TVlu'te Ribbon Treatment Made Him Hnto liquor; Medicine Given Secretly MICHAEL WE1DINGER Michael Weidinger, 76 years old died suddenly Thursday morning a the home of a daughter, Mrs. Eva Ingram of Baltimore avenue, Philadelphia. Rtr. Weidinger was born at Pltte burg in 3862. Coming to Connclls ville he entered nhc meat business where he spent iho greater part o his life. He was married to Kath erine Soisson, daughter of the lat Peter and Louisa Soisson, in Scptcm ber. 1888. Going into retirement, Mr. and Mrs. Weidlngcr left Connellsvill ubout 10 years ago and have beci making their Jiome with their daugh Plans were bo celetratc the! golden wedding anniversary nex September. Besides his wife, he is survived b four children, Mrs. Eva Ingram an Mrs. Ethel Clark of Philadelphia Mrs. Marie Miller of Warren, Ohl and Mrs. Gertrude Corso of Altoona There arc seven grandchildren. The body will arrive in Connells vlllc early Saturday morning an will lie in state at the chapel of Fu neral Director Milton V. Munk unt 10:15 o'clock. Requiem high mas will be celebrated at Immaculat Conception Church at 10:30 o'cloc with burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery JAMES A. HOWARD UNIONTOWN, Jan. 20.--James A Howard, 44, a popular postal cm ploye and a veteran of the Worl War, died at 8:25 o'clock Wcdnesda night at the family residence o Morgantown road after nn illness two months. He was taken ill wltf spinal meningitis November 30. Mr. Howard entered the posta service as a local mail carrier 2 years ago and had an unbroke service, excepting for the time whe he served overseas in the World Wa with Company E, '319th, Infantry 80th division. He was in Franc two years. Mr. Howard was one of the activ members of LaFayctte Post of th American Legion and was one of th organizers of the crack Drum an 9 ' ~ Whlta Ribbon Remedy can be. given .'.r.'.ln coffee, tea or milk and has done _',. much to atop drunkenness. One I woman - · cured a drunkard of 20 years with one 7 .. ' box ThQ prlco la $2.00 and ia tor aata at .. ,_C3arkfl.. Drue ..Co.--Advcrtlaement. Clilld's SHOES $ Sizes 2 to' 1.3]." Patent leather/ black calf,', white. Uaby ULAXKEl'S. Kubons SHIRTS. ·\VJiito BKESSES CJV Women's M /\ Taffeta Slips 4VC Sizes' 31 to 44. Harry Bowman 713 West Crnivf ord Avenue -West SMo · - · Kills Man in First ' Time on Highway; is Held for Grand Jury Spccln} to Tho Courier. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 20.--Because ho killed a man while operating an Utomobllc--without a driver's li- cnse--on a public highway for the rst time, 18-year-old James Tlsot, r., ol Perryopolis R. D., will be held awoit action of tho March grand ury on n charge of Involuntary man- augliter. Tisot had three brothers who have censes to drive a car but none was t home the night of January 9 when \e lad's mother wanted groceries rom a Perryopol'S store. I had never driven on a highway efore. But my mother wanted ^tho 's from the store and I got the nr to go after them," was the gist f, Tisot's story to the coroner's Jury onducting an inquiry yesterday into he death ol Harry Fisher, 35, of Layton, who died in Charlcroi-Mon- ssen Hospital of injuries received hen struck by tho car being driven y young Tisot. Fisher, a pedestrian, was reported weaving" along the road when truck by the car. He suffered racturcs of the skull, left collar bone nd left leg. Trooper G. E. McCloskcy investi- ated Uio accident and learned Tisot md no operator's privileges. The boy admitted he hnd driven the ear at various times "along the anc to take milk to the highway" but had never operated a machine the public highway before the night the fatality occurred. The coroner's jury recommended Tisot be held on n charge of man- ilaughter tor the March grand Jury wcause of violating the motor ve- ilde code in not having a license. Dean Noe Believes 'He Is Only One Step Away From Perfect Spiritual Plane MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Jan. 20--Bishop James M. Mason, head of the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee, today ordered the suspension of Israel H, Noe, who has been fasting for 10 days, as dean of the Cathedral of St. Mary. The suspension order was sent to Dean Noe in an official church communication from Bishop Maxon, who has ' been ill and was not advised until recently that the dean had embarked upon a fast'designed to prove that man can be|immortal on this side of the grave :' The bishop's order provided that the dean's salary shall continue for six months and that he will be permitted to occupy the deanery across the street from the cathedral for that period. Bugle Corps, serving in 'he drum section for 10 years. He was a native of Unlontown, bom September 18, 1894, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Howard. Besides his parents, he leaves his wife, Mrs. Lena Thomas Howard; two children, Phyllis and James, Jr., and two sisters, Mrs. Betty Scott and Mrs. Clara Rankin, all of tho Morgontown road. JAMES C. DEW1TT James C. DeWitt, 67 years old, of Bullskin township, died at 1:05 o'clock Wednesday morning at the home of his son, Clarence Ray DeWitt, of Conncllsville, R. D. 2, near the Moore Memorial United Brethren Church after n lingering illness. He had suffered a heart attack on Sunday. Mr. DcWitt was born In Indiana, a son of Daniel and _MoUic Williams DeWitt, both deceased, and had bocn a resident of Bullskin township about four years. Prior to that Mr. DeWitt had been residing at Hartford City, Ind., wl'cre he was for a time a merchant and then engaged in farming in his later years. He is survived by one son, Clarence Ray DeWitt, and a daughter in Indiana. The body was to be shipped this afternoon by Clyde B. Brooks of Indian Head from Grecnsburc to Hartford City where the funeral will be held. MRS. CHRISTINA SHERBONDY MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 20.-Mrs. Christina Shcrbondy, 79 years old, widow of David Shcrbondy, Civil War veteran, died at 10:45 o'clock Wednesday night at her home *at Hunker, R. D. 2. Mrs. Shcrbony is survived by the following children: Mrs. J..M. Sheraw and Mrs. Herbert Hough, both of Hunker, Mrs. James Frye of New Stanton and Mrs. Homer Gccklc of Yukon. There arc two brothers and one sister: John Reynolds of Ruffs- dale, Albert Reynolds of Perryopolis and Mrs. Anna Dell of near West Newton. MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Jan. 20, Friends ol Dean Israel H. Noe said today that he now believes he is only one step away from "a perfect existence on the spiritual plane of life" and that .he will reach that plane when he gives up the wine . and wafers of holy communoln. Thu dean, entering the 19th day ol his fast in nn attempt to prove thai he can be immortal on this side of the grave, has declined to discuss thai phase of his experiment. He admits there is "another step" but rc/uses to say what it is or when it will happen except that he anticipates taking It "in the next two years." Since -January 2, when he began his fast, liquid has passed the dean's lips in two forms. One is the communion wine which he takes three limes a week. The other is in tho. form of Ice cubes which he places in his mouth to counteract the burning feeling caused by dehydration. He Insists, however, that nonp o the water from the melted ice cube reaches his stomnch because he ejects it from hl.t mouth. The dean, according to friends conceived this idea of immortality on earth about 10 years ago. Since tha time he has been depriving him self of physical comforts. First h gave up meal, then other foods unti --at the beginning of 1038--he was living on cashew nuts and oranges During 1037 he lived on oranges alon nnd nt the beginning of this year h gave up oranges. The friends say that abandonmen of the consolidation of communio now Is the only thing standing bo tween Dean Nbc and his ultima! goal. In addition lo the physical burde that he hn.t placed upon himself b his fast, the dean today worricc about Illness In his family. Sitttn on a couch in the living room of th deanery last night, he said that Mr No*, who collapsed Just M he wa about to leave for Knoxville to al tend a church convention, was abou the same. He talked in a firm voice. H! clerical coitumc was neatly pressed Some of his acquaintances think h has weakened considerably in th last four days; others believe he stronger. Apparently it depends o what hour of the day you see him since he naturally is stronger aftc resting than he Is after pcrformin his duties as priest of the Episcopa Cathedral of St. Mary. MORRIS FUNERAL The funeral sen-ice for Philip E. Morris, 51, of Star Junction, fatally injured when kicked by a horse nt the Red Lion mine of H. C. Frick Coke Company, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock al the Star Junction residence. Interment will be ma'dc in PcnnsvlIIc Cemetery. Dies After Illness. After a protracted illness,' John Biclski, 63 years old, died Sunday at his home at Rices Landing. Today Only L O V E ! L O O T ! L A U G H S ! Preacher Not Popular, Declares Girl Continued from Page One. £ repentance.. "There Is a difference between eformation and regeneration. . It makes a difference whether some- tilng is whitewashed or washed vhite. You may make good rcsolu- ions, or turn over a new leaf but the old leaf is still there w^th all Its tots nnd stains-and only Jesus' Blood can cleanse from all sin. The aw Is a sort of looking glass--D mirror to show us our condition in God's sight. U has a power lo cleanse from sin." The special music included a vocal duet, "Jesus Leads," sung by Mrs. William Grtmth and William Brooks nd a chorus choir number, "Halle- ujah! What a Saviour," directed by Urs. J. Roy Weakland, assisted at the piano by Mrs. Alice Martz. In recognizing the visiting delegations. Rev. A. R. Mansbergcr era- ihasizcd 'hat while the meetings are scing held in the church Ihcy were designed to benefit the entire community and surrounding vicinities and everyone is welcome to attend. Tonight Miss Wcnkl.ind has chosen for her theme, "The Prcclousness ol Christ." Representatives of firemen, police and West Penn employes will attend. Miss Wcaklnnd addressed teachers and students of the Junior high school this morning at :25 o'clock. She is scheduled to speak to .the High School student body tomorrow morning at 9:25. Refused Right to Wed, Tommy, 13, Seeks Job To Support His Child BLOOMFIELD, Ind.. Jan. 20.-Tommy Chapman, 13, denied by the law an opportunity to marry the 12-year-old mother ol his son, planned to go to Detroit today to got a job so he can pay the 5500 that a judge said he must contribute to the child's support lor the next ten years. Circuit Judge Raymond Powell ruled Tommy must pay 530 a year in two installments to support Betty June Lacor, to whom the child was born three weeks ago. Grucnsliurs P. M Exams, j^ Applications for £ivil Service Commission cxaininalons /or posl- mastcrship at Grcenslyrg which pays 3,700'annually will-fe received un- il February 8. / Uniontown's Last Civil War Vet Dies UNIONTOWN, Jan. 20.--Captain Henry Garrett, last surviving Civil War -etcran of Uniontown, died Wednesday night at 10:25 o'clock at the home of a grqindnicce, Mrs. A. A. Ross on the ConneUsville rood. Captain Garrett was one of the United States Regulars and a member of the Pittsburgh G. A. R. He never fully recovered from an operation last summer. , He leaves two grandchildren, Sherman end Margaret Garrett, and on great-grandchild, Sherman Howard Garrett, all of Baltimore, Md., a nephew, Major E. L. Clemmer, o Brownsville. , Captain Garrett was born in Eng land and came to the United State at an early age. He spent most o his younger days in Westmoreland arid Fayette counties and enlisted at the age of Ifl in the regular U. S. Army. 95-SECOND RAID SNUFF OUT LIVES OF 400 PERSONS Will M*1 frlday. The Friday NishtQ-Club of Liberty will meet Fridar evening at the home of Mrs. Ljyda iinst at Liberty. "WHO ."--Yes YoiiMy SOIH- Doit Let That 'Take Fither Jdm's, Mdicine Fytlilans Install Tonight. The officers of Fayette Lodge, Knights of Pythias, will be installed tonight at 7:30 o'clock at Odd Fellows Temple in South ' Pittsburg street. District Deputy Grand Chancellor William Farr of Dunbar will be in charge of the formalities. Continued from Pace One. exploded in the basement, bringing down most of tho building on the tenants. The raid w.is a complete surprise. Nobody hnd time to take shelter. There was no nir alarm. The explosion of the first bombs and the first burst-; of anti-aircraft guns were simultaneous. People In tho crowded main streets (led madly, trampling each other as the explosions of bombs came closer. Clouds of smoke rose above the house fops in the northwest and northca:;t sections. Fiv» buildings, of eight or nine i.torys, in one street were almost completely demolished and their occupants killed or gravely wounded. Former Smlthflcld Woman Dies. Miss Caroline Mathiot, in her 90lh year, and a former resident of Smlth- flcld, died Tuesday at her home in Pacific Palisades, C.il. . She was a daughter of the late Dr. nnd Mrs. Henry B. Mathiot and resided at Smithflcld until 1920 when she moved to California. O. R. C. Mcetlnjr Sunday. An important meeting of Division No. 357, Order of Railway Conductors, will be held Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock in Odd Fellows Hall. All members arc requested to be present. Mrs. Frances Anderson Dies. Mrs. Frances C. Anderson, wife of Robert Anderson, died Wednesday at her home at Uniontown. «3c ATCK'S SALVE ._-_ Site VIOK'S DROrS -... GOcAT/KA SEJVl'XEJt $1.00 MILES NJEJIVIA'JJ $1.50 AGAR ' OIL (f(iinrt) .-- Sl.0'0 COD LIVER OIIj (pint) 50c 3OJ/K OF MAGNJKSIA (pint) 51.25 FAXIIEK ·JOHN'S -". »3c fiKOVE'S BK03rO QUIXIA'E Prescription Servce At Its Best! I9c 27c 59c 49c Be 97c ©c 2k 2k U H i v o s A t nsrutt S A L L Y E I L E R S J A M E S D U N N M I S C H A A U E B --FttlDAY-- A. Notopoulos Pnbllx Theatre Today and Tomorrow Spine Tingling Adventure!! 5n3 man an R a i d i n g e n , e m y A. Thrilling a» never beforel --mill-Are Cameras Your Then--OH the Same See!! "CiiinUd C:naerumnniacs." Also CAUTOoy. LATEST NEWS, coansnv SAT0RWAV, 3IOADAV, TUESDAY Gangway!! For An All-American Thrilin Fun! Excitement! Romance! Football! Spectacle 1 TODAY and TOMORROW And Another Great Feature HE-MAR OYIUMITE ON SILVER SKATESI *· S M| » *' crowd-nadtlining f»«l JOHN WAYNE - SHEILA BROMLEY · SILLY RUSSELL KOPTOK Cv*n«d br Arthw UW A NEW UNIVERSAL PICTURt y aiui News Selected Shorts,

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