The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 21, 1938 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 21, 1938
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PAGE SIX. THIS DAlbY COURIER. CONNlULiLSVIL.t.1!!, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 193S. PERSONAL MENTION Miis Mary Goldsmith of Mount Pleasant is, visiting at the home of Mi. and Mrs,. Joseph McKcnna of North Cottage avenue " Penny bingo. Jr. O. U. A M , Odd Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg street, Friday night, 8 30 --Advertisement --20Jan-2t Miss Bertha Omalncy, Miss Maiy Gailo and Rudolph Maizalom mo- toicd to Pittsburgh Thursday and visited the KDKA broadcasting station, and friends in Carnegie* Mr. Maz/alom icmained in Pittsburgh, where he is employed Oppman's Taxi Phone 700 --Ad- vertibcrncnt.--9oct-U. Mrs. Walter Dodson of Hyndman is the guest of Mrs. J. A. DcMuth of East Cedar avenue. , 100 lovely new spring dresses, double value, SI 95 Princess Shop. --Advertisement --20jan-2t Lucy Coffin of Phillips was discharged Thursday from the Uniontown Hospital where she underwent an operation. " The Ladies' Auxiliary to South Connellsville Firemen will hold a "500" and bingo party, Monday night, in Firemen's Rooms. Lunch and door prize. Admission 25c, Advertisement --Jan-21-24.r Tom Philllps-_ot the DeLuxe Cafe and Gus Hillas" of _ Scottdalc - attended sr.convention~ of the Western Pennsylvania Reslajrant Association Tuesday at the .William Fenn Hotel, Pittsburgh. "500" and bingo, P. H. C. Hajl, Saturday night, 8.30 Door -prnc, lunch. Admission 25c --Advertise- ment,--21}an-2U ^Miss Arlene Mae Barber of Alver- tori spent a week with her uncle and aunt,_Mr. and Mrs. John W Collins, and an aunt,-Miss-Mary Olokosky, who resides with tho Collins, of this city ( Mrs Anna Shutsy and Mrs Jean Patterson, both of Brookvalc, are serving as juiors^at Uniontown this week . _ Mrs. A. J. Boor-TSI Keyser, W_Va.7 arrived today to'spend-the--weck^ end with~hor-sister, JSrs.-E"_W. Hcavncr, of Vine street: " ~"., Miss Hannah Townscnd'bf Dawson spent the day in Pittsburgh D. E. Long of Stoyestown is visiting his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William R Scott, of Blackstone avci\ue. Clinton ZieBolt has returned, having visited In Pittsburgh Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Roberts Dennis has resumed her duties in the offices of Dr. Robert Wood and Dr. George Dull following « two-weeks illness. Mrs Mayme Shannon and daughter, Loutiscla, of Blue Island, 111, arc visiting the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs George Woodward, of South street. Mrs. Zuclla Arnold and daughter, Viola, spent the day in Pittsburgh. Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., of South Pittsburg street spent the day In Pittsburgh. Mrs George E. Baker, .who has been ill at her home in East Apple street, is slightly improved but still confined to her bed. Missionary Tonight At Gospel Tabernacle The speaker at the Alliance Gospel Tabernacle tonight will be Mr. Stewart, a missionary, who failed to arrive for last night's service, when Miss^H Clark, missionary in China, spoke The service will be at 7:45 o'clock Chinese persons and scenes will be shown on the screen. The public is invited. MOUNT OLIVE SERVICE TONIGHT The revival at Mount OUve Church will be continued this evening at 7 30 o'clock, with the pastor, Rev. William J. Ritchcy, speaking. His subject will be "Excused." The public is invited. Will Fight Syphilis. WASHINGTON, Jan. 21.--Senator LaFoUetlc, Wisconsin Progressive^ asked Congress to appropriate $271,000,000 over the next 13 years to aid states m stamping out vencral diseases, especially syphilis. Use Our'Classified Ads. Cost is little. -Results are big. Aunt Het Bj ROBERT QU1LLEN "If Cousin Ben really thinks suicide the worst o' sms, he's .foolin' himself. The way he lives is klllin' him and a sin ain't no less sinful because ou string it out." 40 Conversions Mark Service at First M. P. Church ^Grim Reaper AIRS. HELEN B. WILSON' Mrs Helen Braxton Wilson, 21, wife of James Wilson of Mount Pleasant, died Thursday night at Crcsson. In addition to her husband, she is survived by one daughter, Ruth Wilson, at homo: her mother, Mrs. Mary Braxton of Trotter, two sisters, Mrs Megs* and Mrs. Coles, both of Mount Pleasant, and three brothers, Moses, James and Sara. Mrs. Wilson was a graduate of Dunbar Township High School, being a member of the Class of 1935. The funeral service will be held Sunday at 1 o'clock at Mount Zion Baptist Church in this city, with Rev. R. D. Epps, the pastor, officiat- -ing. Interment will be in Hill Grove Cemetery - MRS. WALTER FORDYCE Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Fordycc, 72 years old, wife of Walter Fordyce, died Wednesday night at her home at Ollphant Furnace after a six months' illness Besides her husband, she leaves one brother, Isidore Mitchell of Uniontown, and two sisters, Mrs. Violet Smith of Shady Grove and Mrs. Alice Wilson of Oliphant Furnace. The funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home. Burial will be made in White Rock Cemetery. Because o£ tne illness of Mr. Fordyce, the body will remain at the Sharp funeral home until the hour of the service. MRS. SHERBONDY'S FUNERAL MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 21 -The body ol Mrs Christina Sherbondy, widow of David Sherbondy, Civil War veteran, who died Wednesday night at her home at Hunker, H D. 2, has been taken to the home of a granddaughter, Mrs. Arthur Robertson at Hunker where friends may view it until 2 30 o'clock Sun- fay afternoon at which time the funeral serice will be held ot St. Matthews Lutheran Church with Rev. Philip Seiberling officiating. Interment will be made in Barren Run Cemetery. MARION MACICACH \ MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 21.-Marion Macicach, 17 years old, of Standard, died at 9 o'clock Thursday night in Prick Memorial Hoscpital where be had been admitted, at 6 30 o'clock for treatment. Funeral Director Thomas Meaghcr took charge of the body. "Ambass idoib" will be the theme of Betty Wcaklnnd's ^oiinon in the Tirst Methodibl Piotcstant Church this evening Special music will also be lea tin cd At the clow or MKb Wcaklnnd's message on the- "Picuouanes.3 of Clu:st" last night 40 puons knelt at tho altar to publicly acknowledge their acceptance of Chust In hci -sermon But) said that sometimes It is well to Hkc the pearls of the truths ot God's word and rtcop them in the piccious- ness of Jesus Christ. She declared "we hear them so often and sonic- times when adversity comes, them as a soi t of charm and they lose their real menning But if we think and melitatc upon them they soon rcKom their former Imtor and | beauty " "In I Peter 2 27," she continued, "we read, 'Unto you therefore that believe He ic precious' Christ is not precious m (in indefinite manner. He appeals to the reason as well as the heart--the intellect as uell as to the emotions "Christ is precious intrinsically, m Himself, alone He stands out as the one perfect, immaculate character since the fall of man His qualities are transferable to us "It it were not for the power of Jesus Chi 1st and His Gospel we would not have the privilege of free speech He has gwon us Christian civilization, Christian homes and the Christian church However imperfect these may be He is precious because of them " There was another meeting for boys and girls this afternoon at 4 o'clock under the direction of Dorothy Wcakland This morning Betty adrcsscd the faculty and students of the High School The musical program lost evening Included a number by the ladles' quartet from the First Baptist Church. Thcv sang "Shall I Crucify My Saviour' 1 " The choir, under tho direction of Mrs J. Roy Weakland, gave "It is Well With My Soul." MRS. ROSE DAMATO Mrs. Hose Damato, 54 years old, of Perryopolis, died at 9 o'clock Thursday n,ght in Connellsvillc State Hospital where she had been admitted earlier in the day. The body was removed to the lu- neral parlors of Ira Blair Sons. Decomposed Body Found. WAYNESBURG, Jan 21 --A coronets inquest will be held today to determine the cause of the death of Roy Gray, 27, an Itinerant farm worker, whose badly decomposed body was found lying, a gun by his side, on a lonely hillside near the village of Oak Forest. The body was discovered by John Stewart a farmer, who was mowing briar in the field. Paramount Theatre , - Today Only w «. MARIAN WARSM- G O R D O N OLIVER MARGARET DUMOMT-PEGGY SHANNON $300.00.. ~ BANK NIGHT THIS WEEK Ercry Friday-'^ .$75.00 FILIBUSTER HAS SENATE IN DEBATE Commucd from Page One to decide whether a speech was germane Several factoib appeared likely to provide virtually impassable obstacles for revision of rules which have given the Senate a world-wide imputation as almost the last parliament u y body permitting unlimited debate. First, the ability of filibusters to circumvent efforts to break up the prcbcnt debate and force a vote on Ihc bill was illustrated by the s.ix- day speech of Senator Allen J El- lendcr, Democrat, La j Probably more important, however, was the reluctance of many senators --both Democrats and Republicans-to permit any infringement on unlimited debate Senator Robert M La Follettc, Progressive, Wib, said the present mles had uorkcd out in the public interest over a long period, and Senator Arthur H. Vandcnbcrg, Republican, Mich , said he would be op- poied to any changes affecting "the world's last forum of unlimited debate " Senators William H King Democrat. Utah, and Hiram W Johnson, Republican, Cal, albo expressed opposition to any change Senator George W. Norris, Independent, Nebraska, said the first consideration should be "enforcement of the present rules" Even Garner's advocacy of clarification of rules, the need for which he has called to the attention of Chairman M M. Necloy. Democrat, W Vn , of the rule' committee, was received coolly. Slccl Man Dies PITTSBURGH, Jan. 21.--Hugh Clinton Cusmva, 62, a director of National Tube Company, died at his home here yesterday. He was connected with the U. S. Steel Corporation for more than 30 years. Will Meet Tonleht. The Laurel Hill Youth Tempcr- Council will meet tonight at S o'clock at tho home of Robert Fikc on the Leisenring road. A. Notopoulos Fubllx Theatre Last Times Today TJIK VELDT JIOAJJS ITS ACCLAIM!.' --Also-- CAM)IDCAHERA3tAKLVOS Fins C.VRTOQy -- LATEST JOB TV'S -- COMEDY TOMORROW--MONDAY--TUESDAY A Star-Spangled Thrill Awaits You ^^^^y-, ,,* moiww**-" --v* w * MtJ «Cfr -VT||fa^?.?X wah ROBERT It's Fun! ! it's Exciting! ! It's Spectacular! ! Pill!, CAIW'OOX -- LAXJKST SLAVS -- C03TEDV HEY, KIDS!! LOOK!! HERE'S SOMETHING FOR YOU!! TODAY and TOMORROW We Will Give Away Toy Balloons! FREE! FREE!! To Every Youngster Attending The TARZAN Performances. Come In Early To I Be Sure That You Will Get One !! Mrs. James Dailey GUARDS STOP Dies During Sleep Mis. Jumc'. Dailey, 92 years old, was found dead In bed tins morning by hct daughlci. Mis 1 R. liancis ot 223 Enit Apple sticcl, with whom she had btcn making her home for the pait eight ycms Mrs Dailey wai born m Clarion county, October 12, 1845, the daughter of R,ichcl and Michael Williams, She was the mother of five children, three ions and two daughters, three of whom survive A daughtoi, Mrs Olive Hiimmond, died In M.iy, 1921, and a son. Dr. W F Dailey, died in Mny, 1937 Smvlvins children nio Jimcs T Dailey o[ Klngwood, W. Va, A. Jerome D.iilcy o£ Buclchnn- non nnd Mrs T. R f rancis of this city. There are lour grandchildren and one grcat-fiiandchild The tuntrnl service will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 30 oclock at Buckhannon with burial m the family cemetery there. Parents of 10-Pound Son. A 10-pound son was bom early Wednesday morninK to Mr. and Mrs L. T, Means of Limestone Hill The baby, the first m the family, has been named Thorn is Lirry Mrs Means will be remembered as Miss OUve O'Neal of South Connellivillc. JAIL BREAK WITH RIFLES Continued from Pago One climbed their rope to reach the roof of cell house "A." At the end of the rope was an iron pipe, bent in a "question mark" shape to hold it to the roof Cell house "A" is near the wall, which the) convicts were tiymg to reach. It' connects the warden's house andjomccrs' quarters When the lights went on, the six could bo seen plainly on top of the cell house. Thornbrugh fell mortally wounded in the first burst of gunfire, and the other six surrendered Prathcr said that the eight were "outcasts" among the other prisoners, and none had tried to join them There were 17 others working in the power house with Ottinger and Addington, nnd none tried to join them m flight. The prison here was the scene of Die spectacular break on Memorial Day, 1033, when Wilbur Underbill and Harvey Bailey led nine others to freedom. Warden Prathcr and two guaids wcro kidnaped during the break but released unharmed The flve who were captured without injury last night were: Gus Nlgro, 40, a life term convict sentenced under tho habitual crim- Curfew Grange Will Hold Annual Oyster I Dinner on Saturday Curfew Grunge will hold its annual (oyster dinner Saturday aftei- noon.' at 12 30 o'clock in the grange hall at Flatwoods. A piogram of entertainment will be presented «nd there will be an address by John H Light, secretary of the State Grange and the legislative icprcsentative. The program will include group singing led by C C. Collins, trombone bolo by Jack Thorpe, piano solo by Mrs Ralph Cox, reading by Miss Catherine Mosser, mandolin solo by John Carroll Hoblnson and piano solo by Clark Bailey. Westmoreland Forensic Director. Claude Mitchell, supervising principal of West Newton schools, x has been named Westmoreland county director of the Pennsylvania Forensic Music League for the annual eliminations to bo held in February, March and April 1' mal act, Lloyd Fairce, 28, and George Biadley, 26, robbers from Kansas City; William Thomas, habitual criminal, and Richard Werber- gcr, 27, a robber. TIMES TODAY JNE GEARED HIS LOVE TO THE PUCE ct his SPORT- in ilHnt, mini It's a gold-mine of laughter ... the year's big rodeo fun and romance! I UW umUSH fingtl JOHNWAYNE SHEILA EftOMLEY · BILLY BOBF "H RUSSELLHOPTON · HOKIltT SOSOOK --Also- Solected Shorts, Comedy and News A N I R R E S I S T I B L E C O M E D Y OF I R R E S P O N S I B L E Y O U T H ! 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