The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 2, 1939 · Page 6
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February 2, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX THE DAILY COURIER CONNELTjSVILLE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 1939 PERSONAL MENTION Mrs Edwdid Hampton and two children ha^c returned to then home at Dunbar iftei T ten-chy visit with Mi Humplor s mothcc m Pittsburgh I ree 1 2 for 3--A man s suit cleaned free \utl one dt regular price o£ 09c Simons Cash Be Cany Cleaneis -Adv ei tisement --30 ian-6t Miss, \},neb Edwaicb is spending the mid-semester vacauon jt her home m East Gtcen s icet MiSo Ed- wuds s a stuc-ent i Grove City College Chinese Chcc^ets wooden bcwd cditi i, 98c Kestners Book Store, 12^ W 'Vpple S*--Advertisement -- 30j n-4t JVjs MT tin King v,ho hi 1 - been confined to hei horre at South Connellsville bj illness is improved Select youi valentines lor everv member o£ the family at Kestnei s Book Stoic Also heait shape boxes of Buntes and Daggetts Candies, for sweethearts and mothers --Advertisement--Heb 5t Di Harry K Bu*teimore of Liggett K , will arrive at the home of his brothei-in-law and sistei M and Mi* L E Welling East Murphy axenue F iday moinmg He will attend tie funeial service for his sister Mrs Grace Muipny, to be held Friday afternoor at the family home neai Republic ' oOO card pa-ty by Lodge Balbo Aquila Dltilia No 1686, Friday, Feb 3id Columbus Hall First St, West Side 9 00 P M Prizes and lunch 3oc--Ad\ eHisement--2-lt. R K Si'cov of South Pittsbuig street acconpimed by Charles E DeMuth of Wills Road spent Sunday in Pittsburgh visiting Mr S Icox brothrr-m-lavv and sister, Mr and Mrs Gerald Sellers formeily of this city Get Fayeltes delicious Hard Rolls at jour fivonte grocer's every Friday --Advci tisement --2f eb-lt Miss Eleinoi Roland and Miss Aunt Het By ROBERT 'If I ve got any woman 6 intuition it don t work v.oith a cent Ive been dependin' on it for my spellm but I do better when I speil by ear ' ^^ SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By RJ SCOTT Grim Reaper Iicnc Kline ,1'tcnded the symphony concert conducted by Aituro Toscan- mi Wedneschy evening at Syria Mosque Pittsbu gh Handsome spring tailored jacket suits showing at the Princess Shop --Ad\ ertjsemcit --2feb-it Miss Cnrolj-n Dick retui led today fiom New London Conn where she is a student at Connecticut College for \Vomen to spend the mid-semester %\ ith her pirentt Mr jnd Mrs Paul B Dick of Wills road Miss Ruth Smith his returned to Pittsbuith aftei hiving visited friends here for a few days She foimerly resided in Connellsville Miss E\eljn Cross of Cumoeiland is visiting hrr brother and sister-in- law Mi and Mrs Huntley Cross of Dunbar M M Snider of Snyder's men's store Wet Crawford avenue has returned fiom Cleveland Ohio, where he attended a two-day convention of the clotniers and furnishers Miss Nancy Spear, student at Pennsylvnma College for Women, Pittsburgh came home today to spend the mid-semester vacation ·with her parents Mr and Mrs J Hall Speir 01 Angle street Mrs Edv. a r d Tobei of Not th Eighth street West Side who underwent an ope-a* on ot the Connellsville Strfte Ho=p -al is able to be out MRS ANNA E WRIGHT Mrs \nm E Wright, wife of Thomas C Wnght one of the best- known residents o£ Vanderbilt, died ... 7 45 o clock Wednesdny night at I the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs George S Moore, at Vanderbilt alter a lingering illness of complications A native of Belle Vernon «he v the daughter of the late David and Elma Hannam nnd had spen*" the greater part of her life at Vanderbilt She was the oldest membei of the Ladies Aid Society of James Cochran Memonil Methodist Episcopal Church and also an active uork- er in the church and the Woman Christian Tenpe-ance Union of Vanderbilt Mrs Wiight is suivived b hot husband one daughter Mrs Moore and one brother \V illiam Hannan ol Washington, Pa The funeial sc vice will be held at 2 30 o clock Sundaj af .ernoon at the Mooie home m cha~gc of Rev J M Somers pastor of the James Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church of Vandcrbilt assisted bj Dr Thomas Charlesvv orth, pastor of Philip G Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church of Dav,son Interment w 11 be in Dicke-son Run Union Cemeterj OLD MAW KAfAHDlM - UiAYALl WARRIORS oF AMERICA WEAR'fflE A ·HER.OK virf-k A CEDAP- ERA'S E.B5 ARE -triE-loP A.HD ANNULUSCLUB HAS | DiNNER, PROGRAM | The Am ulus Club, trie West Penn J owci Company s public speaking ;iot p held /ite regular meeting i Veclncsdny evening nt tlie First Melhodibl Episcopal C b m c i di ung- OOTI where foui inerroeis made 'CCdieb on various subjcctb P r Store gave a talk on Piopa- gandis-r Helen Widmei on Spuiis- ndnsh p j V Soibscn on The Contnbat on of Elcctnc Seivice to ^ i v i l i / i t i u n ind R N Spear gave a cv ew of A dm nl Byids book 'A 01 c 7 A BcjUam acted as clunman and K W Godficj gave a eview of Lesson No 4 of the public speak ng couisc The next meeting will be held februa 15 witn F E Feiguson act- ng as ch turn n The issigned bpeik- crs fo- tint date aie J P K Mil ei H F Koosci A S Silcox Reid xuhns and «J A Thompson VvAiW njVw luovrd WPA Workers Allege Wholesale Dismissals 1IRS MARY JANE AD4MS Mrs Mary Jane "\dams 69 years old, %ife of Shernck Adams who passed away in 1937 died at 2 10 o clock this morning at the hotie at Mount Independence after ha\ing suffered a trocc the night b"fo-e u,hile she uas out in her jard She had resided in that district for the past 15 yea-s Mrs Adams ws born ir Connells- \iUc township the daughter of the late M" anci IVis John Mils She js survived by three children Mrs. Nellie Taylor Mis Claia Lov-eij and Mrs George Nicholson all o r Mount Independence There ?re also seven grandchild! en and two brothers DaMd Mitts of Connellsville and Elmer Mitts of Flatwoods The funeral \vill be held Sunday af ernoon w th a brief piajcr at the home at 2 o clock followed by a full service at the Cove Run Free Methodist Church a 2 3 0 o clocl r "with Rev E A Gilmo e pabtoi officiating Internment w i l l be n tne Cove Run Cemetciy A mass meet ng of U F A cmplojes nas been called for 7 3 0 oclocl Friday night in the Secord Isitional Bank Bu Iding at Union toun Allegations of discnmma ion against supporters ot the Guffej- Kennedy tickc m the Dcmocri ic primary election Inst year w, ill bt, aired John F Ronc v,ho is in r h i r i c of the rallj said th U ti cip his hccn \vholesale dismi^sa s of \\ PA err plojcs \ ho ire Knoun 'o h ^ c -u t i- ported the Gufey-Kennedy tic et "We a r e going to carr oui ^'·jcv- ances to Senator GufTey bocn isc 'he WPA ofTicmls are dncrimm t t i n g against those who didn t go IJIR uith the Eiile-Jonei blate HonLj declared Sees U. 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Getting Motor Police Hunt In War Through Its , For Hit-Run Driver New Foreign Policy Cantmud from l-afie One low ng 1 Shall u e re\ei« our tr tdi- tional pol cie at thi 1 ; time' 1 t l Voloi Pohrc are searching for the drive: of a green sedan w^nt ed m connection «vith i hit i un ic- cjdent on Rou e 5.1 near bu]g \\edncsd v nifih ^ ick C o n i c k of V i teibbuig *olc office ; tl it Ihe left fender of h MRS SARAH A SMXITZ Mrs Christians Observe Brofherhood-DayWith Dinner and Program In coopeiat on v;i h others cnrough- out the bmted States and many foreign lands the congregation of the Christian Church V. ednesday evening obser ed biotherhood day uith a covered-dibh dinnei attended bv about I* 1 5 persons in the dmmg room \Vednesddy it her home Hampton of the chuich Thcie was an abund- Farms Allison Paik a fie- an illness ante of food serxed by a committee imdei the direction of Mrs W H Beige chdirrran After tnc. dinnei theie was d pio- gram The p istot Rev Meinll L CndweU icicJ gicct ngs fioni Dr George Walkei Buckner of Canonsburg iormei pastor Rev A F Hanes of Brownsville Hev James A Trewolla of Bufialo, V Y pastor of Rev Cadwells boyhoo j chuich, and Roger T Nooe, piesident of the International Convention of the Disciples of Christ, and referred to others fiom churches in China Japan, the Philippines and Pueito Rico That from Japan came from Thomas Young, a friend of Rev CadwelL The speaker of the evening was Rev Robert Eai ly, pastor of the Christian Church at Point Marion, who urged Meaderbhip and fellowship *is assential to success in church work Rev Cndwell made a strong appeal for loyalty on the part of the membership of his church between now and Easter The Dahl childien--June at the piano, Jdck, violin, bells and diums, and Bobby, drums and bells, contributed a fine musical program, a feature of wnich \vas "Steppm* Sam," a mechanical device in tap dancing The Dahls aie childien of Mr and Mrs C A Dahl of East Apple street Twins in Hosteller Ilome Mi and Mi i Piul Hosteller of McCoy Road today became the parents o£ twins, bom this morning at the home of Ah and M s Austin King, also of Mi.Co Road parents of Airs Hostcxlei Ihe new unvals are a boj and i 31 il, the first being born it 6 40 o c ock and the other at 6 45 o clock There is one other child a boy, in tne f-imily Mr HosleOer ii employed it the J R Davidson Com- p~tn s gioceiv store ARE YOU PALE, WEAK? \orfc. Pa. -- Mlsa Kathryn iL HeCIman. 4a7 Orhs e A»e. says I wan weak, couM cot tlccp veil xod could scucdy eat. \iire try ing Dr Pjtrce a Golden was a.b!e to xtay op aU day *nd tleep «JQ meht. I ateidUr faaocd weight jmd strr^fnh Ater t»tns rt m **"* I w»a (rdiDR fine." Bar it m S .*ble!s KUOI your dnie.gis todaj Westmoreland Bar Memorial Friday Spccinl to The Courier GREENbBUHG f eb 2 -- A n n u 1! memoml bervice of the \WM.mo c- lind Coun y ~Li\. A ^ou itici for membeis w h o died during thr pT?t ye^r \\ Jl be held it 3 o clocrt F id i afternoon in Judge C E \N huten s courtroom Iso 1 Four members died Ijsi vc tr tl e largest number of d t i t h s in in\ one 3ear for som° time The 1 ' \ OIL Clifford M Smith U Kirk McCo - rcll Cyrus E Wot c! ind Uaric T Kline 2 Shil! \\c ·* ourselves up to Jeteimme \ ho the aggro-isor is m tho \\or 1 d' 3 Shall v,e tnf, ge in embargoes bocoi 5 etc tome, notions igai^Si. agjcrt^or mtions' 1 i Shill \vc do tlis; v. here the We^tei i 3Icmi r phfre is not atticWed 7 m icTine w i s t c i n oft bj the hit-run ri i\ci He kept his v e h c l e undo control me! not mju-t_d Son Bom tn S l ^on^ An t ti,nt jnd i *iil f f~oi i d ion A s bom n I I lj odccV Wedn^sdlj »,ht *o MJ ird Mrs George T S ill v.e p o tdc in -iirna Si\on t Un home in South Pittj men srcT er thin thtl nccc^ n to , bun., reel The b ifcj ^ the f r pio ctt ht Western Hcmi^pT,cre iroTT, i L^ind. n of M inc' M i s II in \ O r m l i t t r v imison" i l S i v c r o f M* cuy ind Mr ind Mis 6 Sh-il) v,e take collectiv nc ion i £ top ion S i\on of B uuuv Ic and th v th other niUori 'o raak* these! f *· t R-L it B r mH on of FranV M morr t h i n word« -nd short of v,ar Boucr of Johib or a\cnue und Mis Governm^nl May Have To Take Over Roads if Help Is No! Obtained WASHINGTON Teb 2--The na(101 niev tably facrs goveixmcnt ownuship ard opetation of the rail- lO'idb unless sonnething is done to put i insportdhon on a sound basis Geoigc M H i ujson chanman. ol the R ulvxay Laboi E^ccutiveb Association told the Hou'-e Interstate Com- mctce Committee today We aie timg to opeiate in the field o£ ti ansporta ion with one hall oC the irdustiy slave and one-half lice Hairiion iaid By that I mean that we in the uilioad indbs i v must pay our way while wiier lines, nig tway trans- poitation and ai v lme operators jay on y pait of their way ' PALANZO ENTERS NOT GUILTY PLEA By United Press WASHINGTON Pa Feb 2 -- rnnk Palunzo 54, WPA \\oikcr pleaded innocent to the murder of State Police Corporal George D Niughton but was held foi court w thout bajl fay Justice of the Peace James Ciumme at- Fredencktown Sergeant Vincent F Bunch of the police detail at Uiiontoun testified *hcit Palanzo h 10 birncaded him- se C in the house nnd had admitted in statements to omceis that he left his room "nd fued at the time Naughton \\di ki led *lw«ys SnHfllnx... C a n t Smell -Cant Taste. .Can't Enjoy Anything; ... Can't Breath* An 1 jo i too a olavc to ehokinff mucus tnck bnrf down your Jircat duo to colds* la it spoil me ynt,p enjoyment of life? In it rokina you feel miat-rahle all over? Do you wake up in tbe mom me wi h your ncsc and throat blocked with pblegrr? Get,some Mcntholatum This is a comforting balm containing mcatbol camphor and sootliine oils. Pub a little in each nostril and rub it on tho throat and cheat Happy relief quickly follows M entholat im helps to clear out mucus and n ds is clearing tho breathing passaacs. Its irootbinR cooling vapora nprcaa through tbe noee and throaU Thu reduces the tmtatioo and hdpa Nature to restore a healthier condition. Ask your dng^ist for Mentholatum today Used by millions Cor over 40 yean. ID jara or tubes 304 policies cfrcc'i\e 7 7 Are uc to be Jje pohc nan of the \\orld ^ Tie count r s nn-rver to U e qucs- Uons ho po*=cd -=hould be an em- I D ph i ic i n he s ud 'i(.r ne Fr n ^ a l t o' \\ o^ih Fourth tndMon il Amoncin polices our f t purpose s to m un- Mi Hoo\er sud th i under Pie t- dt-nt RcKObC\cH s proposals the Or tui St tcs w is to btcoric pos- ·5 t h me Hi R^st n i\ al pox i.r ird cert nn]\ the largest 11- po\ cr in the -.orld He qu ted the P i C M d i n l b \ rnmg o ll L (lit tors th it there «trc m^^^ nolhot vhcrt o r v.ir but stiong md \v ^ n»i t L f t C L t i v e t h i n TH.IC word's of rrob bnr^n r 1 omc to "iftgre-vsoi r ^ crn- I H it mcnts thr n f f ^ i ^ p t t o sentiments of l a i t K t in itbt t j m imcnct !' i \ il tin" b i r 1 on 1 hct t\ t~i ] n the Ur U( fe^lcs it ^ onc fio^n ^e c n i l h \ c must s i CRuard h i not onh in our ov.n interest bu in he ml if- of iho v.orld Per rn l l bcrK ^d frc^ ceo nornic t( re not uialt Or modern \v i' 1 \ qrc t u i tod IT- i* T i ion o thr uholc people ins dcmou T must empor- u r f ndcr to dfct i^orslup no Hot\cr Speaks Tnnipht L G Hoox cr o£ ConnelKx illc piesiaent of the Taj cite Countv Sunday School Associ ition u ill tbe Brownficld M ou f\\n people I m i t e r \\fr t 01 r n i t c H it n Mi fjanvor s^id it hid bcc i the | o r d e r 11 it i\ c m \ bnnd our 'ull t d i ' i o n i l polaj of the Urit^d enctriti 1 i It m o u j th it our St i ca to 1 ctp out of foicign en- \ toun i mu^t be mob Iizecl into langlcmcnlo to restrict a i m i m e r t to ! pntlic i!1 i FV.CI t state It would defense--tl it defen c e to include the , be so org nizcd It \^ent some d s- \\cMcrn Hcmspl ere to cooper lie in j tancc in the In^t sroit \\-ir ilthoufih peaceful rno\t,mcUs to promote w e did not u*o that term at the time It \\ould hi\,t gone much f i hor if the v, r hid extended SmuU of East Cedar avenue icceived woid of the death of Church \vhcrc Disti ct ^o pc ice ind to mtiin TII ncut^ i lU Tnc Roose\clt Administration Mr " 1 - Sarah Ajma Bteineman Smutz the association will hole 1 a meeting Hoover said now propohcs of complications Hany at home survue also t\vo sis- E Welling of Connells- numbe^ of years was engaged in business in Connellsville l O U H V ' i U K L inn: CVLL The funeral service wi Butterjroro of Liggett 2 30 o clock Saturday afternoon at The iui eial service will e at 130 o clock Tndav afteinoon it he home Rev R C VanEman pas- toi of the Hopewell Presbt^i an DOUBLL 1 I V 1 U K J "SPRING MADNESS" TORCHY GETS HER MAN" ENDS TODAY Mrs Grace Buttermore Murphy 56 years old, former resident o£ Con- Grove Ccmcfciy Conne ISM lie nellsviUe, died Tuesdaj night at her home at Republic attci an extended illness of complications MOKK FCJNtRAL Ihe fimcnl scivice foi Geoigc Woik will oe held at 130 o clock STARTS TOMORROW born In Connellsville Maich 13 1882 daughter of the lite William and Ella King Butteimore nd u a s Fiiday aueinoon dt the home of 1939's FIRST BIG DRAMATIC SMASH! the widow of Hariy Murphy loirrer- She had resided at township Rev Harry Hu v nbe t and Republji for the last eight yeais She was a raerrber of the Mernttstowr The lustiest adventure ever shared by daring lovers' Valiant women and bold men cf the South face a raw untamed frontier' Paramount TODAY ONLY WHEN HE STARTS TOOTW YOU'LL START wlA ^ DORIS W E S f O H MAURICE MURPHY -~ HEUH KM«LU8 Ploweis ei-piess so \ei v much more than. \s oi ds could e v e r coine thej bring beautj and romance to the fortunate ones to whom, you give l h em' P. R. DeMuth Sons FLORISTS Councils* ille, Phone 59 Scottdaie Phone 834 THE NEW mem THEATRE Feature No. 1 She Solved The Murder and Got Her Nan! Leam about lightning courtship in the story of a dizzy deb who turned detective -- and turned ih« wholft police lorce upside down! Barbara in a totally different role and Henry more romantic than ever! See what a group ·tf society girls do to the crime of the year! ( fANDSO S BCXMAN In Cftcrge ol Production Oiredctl by Iciffh Jojoi Prodi ced by P j Wolfson Screen P/cy by Ph t p G Eps cm PATRICIA ELLIS MICKEY RODNEY DENNIS MOORE Will om Beit Gordon Hart Cordon Efttott J o i v p h C r o h o n Morf Treen

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