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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLB, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1933. PERSONAL MENTION Miss Florence WiUcey attended the Community Male Chorus concert in Uniontown Thursday evening and heard and met Helen Bell Rush Davis and Aaron Bodycombe, both of Pittsburgh. Mrs. Davis is a lor- mer resident of Dawson. Keagy's Drug Store certainly have the most attractive and novel Valentines on display. Make your selection now from this large assortment. --Advertisement.--jan31feb2-4-6. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Schmidlc ol Snyder street motored to Penn State College and will be accompanied home this evening by their daughter, Miss Sylvia Pearl Schmidlc, Miss Elizabeth Reed of Atlantic City ar.d Miss Mary Critchfield of Ursina, all students at the college. Miss Reed will be the guest of Miss Schmidle during the mid-semester vacation. Select your valentines lor every member of the family at Kestner's Book Store. Also heart shape boxes of Bunte's and Daggett's Candies, for j sweethearts and mothers.--Advertisement.--1 f eb-5t. Louis' Barron has returned from New York / where he spent three days buying women's apparel for 'he Hollywood Shoppe of which he is owner. He was accompanied ' by ·Mrs. Barron. Card party by the ladies of Immaculate Conception Church for benefit of athletics, Elks Hall, Feb. '15. Tickets 50c, lunch, door prize, auction and contract bridge, "500" ~.and other games.--Advertisement-' .Ieb-1-3. Pearl Tissue and Paul Soisson of Aunt Het By ROBERT *'I hate to miss goin' to church regular. If I was to miss a spell, piety might get me started again, but it's safer to depend on habit." Grim Reaper SANDUCCIO LABORIO Sanciuccio Laborio, G6 years old, died at 12:55 o'clock Thursday afternoon at ConnelJsville State Hospital. He was admitted last Friday and had undergone an operation. Mr. Laborio came to this country 37 years ago, locating first at Donora where he was employed by the American Steel and Wire Company. Connellsville, Thelma McGaughy and ; He was a member of the St. Arnato Mr. and Mrs. George Grimm ol Un- j Society of Connellsville and a member of St. Rita Church. Surviving ara these children: Mrs. Filomena Gaudiello, 226 North Tenth street, with whom he had been making his home, Mrs. Jennie DeVito of Connellsville, Mrs. RafTaela Travaglio iontown, and Paul Renney of Point Marion, employes o£ the sales force · ol the appliance division of the Motor Sales Company of Uniontown, attended a showing of 1939 appliances in the display room of the 0". A. : Williams Company in Pittsburgh last evening. After the meeting a banquet was held at William Penn '. Hotel. The annual baked ham supper of "United Brethren Church will be held : Thursday evening, February 16th.-- ..Advertisement.-jan.-21-27-feb.-3. W. A. Blasey of Vine street was a Pittsburgh business caller Thursday. For sweethearts and mothers on Valentine's Day -- beautiful heart shaped boxes Whitman's and Rey- iner's delicious candies, 25c to $5.00. Select your's now at Keagy's Drug Store.---Advertisement. -- janSlfeb- 2-4-6. . Attorney W. H. Soisson, Jr., of · Lincoln avenue went to V/ashington, D. C., today on a four-day business trip. Free! 2 for 1--A man's suit cleaned free with one at regular price of 69c. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.-- Advertisement.--30jan-6t. Henry Byrne, a student at John ..Carroll University at Cleveland, Ohio, ras spending the mid-semester vacation at his home in South Pittsburg .street. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. · F. W. Byrne. · Beautiful new spring coats at . economical prices. Princess Shop.-- Advertisement.---3feb-lt. Mrs, Frank Santore of Uniontown ^visited her brother-in-law and sister, : Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Younkin, of Highland avenue Thursday evening. The Junior Choir of First M. E. . -Church wiU hold a Fair at 7:30 o'clock tonight, First M. E. Church. Price 25c.--Advertisement.--3feb-lt. Mrs. Kenneth Miller of Sycamore street was a Pittsburgh visitor Tuesday. Chicken and waffle dinner at the Crawford Tea Room, Friday and Saturday evenings. -- Advertisement-- 3feb-lt. Edward McGill of West Green street wont to Pittsburgh Wednesday evening and heard Arturo Toscanini conduct a symphony concert at Syria Mosque, Chicken and waffle dinner at the Crawford Tea Room, Friday and Saturday evenings. -- Advertisement. -- 3feb-lt. Miss Anna Mary Evans, a student at Penn State College, returned Thursday to spend the mid-semester vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Evans, of East Crawford avenue. Valentine M a r t h a Washington Candies. See them at Belvidere -Candy Shop.--Advertisement.--3-lt. ; Wendell Stone, enrolled at Allegheny College, Meadville, · returned Wednesday to spend the mid-semester vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Stone, of Lincoln avenue. Card party P. H. C. Hall, Saturday night, 25c.--Advertisement.--3-lt. Just received another shipment of Chinese checkers, the good kind. Get yours now. Keagy's Drug Store.-- Advertisement.--3feb-2t. - Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Davidson arrived home Thursday night from New York where they spent several days buying merchandise for the Davidson women's store, West Crawford avenue. ' 7_ Mrs. Arbour L. Yingst and two sons, Harry and Austin, ol Burgettstown returned home today after a visit with Mi's. Yingst's parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Hoffman, "of Wills road. They came here to be present lor Dr. Hoffman's birthday Thursday. Miss Evelyn Hoffman, a student at Prace Martin's Secretarial School, Pittsburgh, i:; spending the weekend with her parents. of Providence, R. and Mrs. Antionette Napolillo ol Chicago, 111. Mrs.J. E. Lerew Dies Suddenly Apparently on her way to recovery from injuries suffered in December in an automobile accident, Mrs. Cccil'.a Grace Lerew, 42 years old, wife of Joseph A. Lerew, one of Conncllsville's best known women, died suddenly at 9:30 o'clock Thursday night at her home, 1008 South Pitisburg street. The wife of the Connellsville High School track and field coach suffered a fractured knee cap and other injuries when her automobile was sideswipcd by another machine on the highway near Normalville but appeared to b* recuperating ana had beer, taken home after spending 10 days at Connellsville State Hospital. The crash occurred on the afternoon of December 13 and she went home December 23. Mrs. Lerew, who was very active in the affairs of the Order of Eastern Star, being worthy matron, was with her daughter when she was taken ill. She called her husband, who was in another room in the f house, and died a short time later. Mrs. Lerew was born in Bullskin township on April 30, 1896, a daughter of the late David L., and Cath- ' erine Beidler Workman. She had spent the greater part of her life in Connellsville. Mrs. Lerew was an active member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Mrs. Lerew is survived by her husband, one daughter, Margaret Jane, and these brothers and sisters: Joseph A. Workman of Brownsville, i Misses Ella Blanche and Elizabeth Workman of 218 East Apple street, Miss Anna Kale Workman of Asheville, N. C., and Howard A. Workman of Bullskin township. Another brother, Harry, died, in 1Q23. The body was lo be removed by Funeral Director C. C. Mitchell at 4 o'clock this afternoon to the home of Mrs. Lerew's sisters. 218 East Apple street, where the funeral service will B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" GOOD IDEAS OVERDONE SHADING THE HIGH card strength required for an opening bid. if you happen to have very fine suit lengths, is a good idea if you don't carry it too far. Like all good ideaa, this one Is frequently overdone, resulting in unfortunate business doubles by your partner or in his raising you to games and slams which can not be made, just because he thinks you have the honor strength which your opening bid indicates. be about 10 to 1 somebody would open it. North ansivered South's 1-Spade with a force of 3-Clubs. South then bid 3-Hearts and, since the pair was using no artificial slam conventions, North very soundly leaped to 6-Hearts. West's lead of the diamond J set the contract two triclts. Had South passed at the start, North would have bid 1-Club, South 1-Spadc, North 2-Hearta, South d-Hearts, North 5-Hearts (at least he said he would not have bid six) and South would have passed. Against a heart slam played In the Nortli, East would of course take hts two aces, but against only flvo-odd, any likely load by him A A 10 8 5 · would probably result in an over\ trick, with South's diamonds dis- i carded on the clubs. V 9 6 2 A Q 5 10 5 2 I The funeral will be held Monday ! be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday after- morning. A prayer at the home a t ! noon- Dr - William H. Hctrick, pas- 8:30 o'clock will be followed by ! tor o£ Trinity Lutheran Church, will requiem high mass at St. Rita Church ! officiate. Interment will be in Hill at 9 o'clock, with Rev. Henry DeVivo, j Grove Cemetery. pastor, celebrant. Burial will be in ! · the family plot in St. Rita's Cemetery j with Funeral Director William A. McNanamy ol Braddock, in charge. Members of the St. Amato Society will pay their respects in a body at the residence at 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening. TROOP 5 SCOUTS TO MEET TONIGHT MRS. SARAH BOYLE Mrs. Sarah Boyle, former resident of Uniontown and Pennsville, died Wednesday at a Butler hospital after an illness of complications. She was born February 1, 1869, at Whitehaven, England, and came to this country at the age of 11 years. In 1903 she was married to Edward Boyle of Donegal, Ireland. They located at Pennsville. Since then Mrs. Boyle had continued lo reside in Fayette county. Mr. Boyle died in a mine accident in 1S21, after which Mrs. Boyle and her family moved to Unlontown. She resided there until a year ago when she went to live with her children. Surviving children are: Mrs. Robert Taylor, Morgantown, W. Va.; Mrs. Clarence Doyle, Butler, and Joseph Boyle, Pittsburgh. She is also survived by one brother, P. J. Walsh of Uniontown. Friends will be received at the Haky Funeral Home, Uniontown, until the hour of the service which will be held at 9 o'clock Saturday morning at St. John's R. C. Church, Uniontown. Rev. Thomas J. Dunn will be the celebrant of requiem high mass. Burial will be in St. John's Cemetery, Scottdale. Troop 5, Boy Scouts, will meet at :30 o'clock tonight at the First Methodist Church. Scoutmaster Ralph F. Sliger requests a full attendance as matters of importance will be taken up. The events oi the approaching inter-patrol meet will be explained, members of the Troop Committee will be guests, and tickets will be distributed for the father and son banquet, Scoutmaster Sliger said. "Scouts advancing in rank should bring their advancement cards, properly filled out, ar.d their merit badge blanks to this meeting,' 1 stated the scoutmaster, "in preparation for the board of review to be held Monday evening at Trinity Lutheran Church." (Dealer: South. Neither side vulnerable.) After the play of this deal was over, South explained that hia opening bid of l-Spatle was tiuo to the fact that he feared a game might be lost if tlie deal was passed out. The others polntod out to him that It was almost impossible to Bhuffle and deal the remaining thirty-nine cards so that nobody would have a compulsory opening bid. All of the minor suit honors were out. plus the spade A and heart A arid K. The betting would Tomorrow's Problem A A Q 6 Republican Women Meet. At an executive board meeting of the ConnelJsville Council of Republi- an Women, held Thursday night at the home of the chairman, Mrs. T. H. Francis, East Apple street, plans were laid for the resumption of meetings. Do his If You'ro To HI6et at Leisenrinfir. j Monthly meeting of Branch No. 58, Knights of St. George, will be held ' : at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the ; Prick Hal] a|t Lciscnring No. 1. Candidates as well as members are urged to attend. Don't take chances cm products you know n o l h i n n u!'ut or ,-cly on temporary relief whor. thtirr s need of a cood Kcnrr.il syKtcm tonic like time-proven Lydla. E. Pinkhum'* Veritable Compound, mnric especially for u'omcn Irom wholesome herbs and roots. Let Pinkham's Compound help build up more phyf.ic.t1 resistnnco and thus aid in cJilmiiiB jancly nervcis, lessen distress from fcmulo luntutinal disorders ur.d m'-ike me worth living. For over t0 years one woman has told another how to po "smiling thru" with Vinkhsun'a--ovur 1,006.000 women have ·wriLti'n in rrpori.ir.K glorious benefits--it MUST B£ GOOD! FAMOUS STAGE PLAY. 1 Uniontown NOT A PICTURE! I'KICKS: Matinee 55c, SSc, $1.10 Jiveiling S.'ic, $1.10, $!.; YEAR on SWAY THE MOST DISCUSSED STAGE PLAY IN THEATRICAL HISTORY (Dealer: East. Neither sido vulnerable.) With the heart 6 lefi against SouLh's no trump game, how should East play In an effort to set the contract two tricks'! l 193P. by King Fntnrei Syndicate, toe. died at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon at his home near RufTsdale where he was engaged, in farming for many years. He is survived by two sons nnd one daughter, Hough Reynolds of Pleasant Unity, Harris A. Reynolds of Boston, Mass., and Holmes Kelley of Su f ersville. Perryopolis is Anna Dell of Somerset is a sister. The funeral service will bo held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home. Interment will be in Barron Run Cemetery near Smith ton in charge of the undertaking firm, of Ira Blair Sons of Perryopolis. Distinguished Guests To Be At Vet Banquet; Over 200 Are Expected Continued from 1-age One. banquets for a number ol years. The program will be carried out as follows: Commander William E. DcBolt, presiding officer. "America,' 1 assembly and Kiferle's Orchestra. Invocation, Rev. Elmer A. Schultz, pastor of United Brethren Church. History of occasion, Arthur A. Brown, assistant district attorney o£ Fayette county. Introduction of toastmaster, M. B. Pryce. Address of welcome, Mayor Ira D. Younkin. Introduction of guc.sts: George Calhoun, commander o£ Colonel Crawford Camp, United Spanish War veterans. Warren Grist, commander of Milton I*. Bishop Post of the American Legion. O. \V. Graham, National sergeant- at-arms, V. P. W. Harry H. Thiel, past deputy inspector general, V. F. W. Fay F. Baker, assistant sergeant- at-arms, V. F. W. Dr. Samuel A. BaUz, past department surgeon, V. F. W. Hollo J. Conley of Fairmont, W. Va., former member of Olc! Company Albert Reynolds of a brother and Mrs. ROSEBERKY SEALS Roseberry Seals,' T4'. years old. died at 6 o'clock Thursday" evening o£ i MICHAEL, A. PY1X) complications at the home of his! MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Michael Andrew Pylo, 71, Mrs, Joseph T. Sage, Jr., 262 East Fairview avenue. A native Pennsylvania]!, Mr. Seals was born October 28, 1804. He had been a resident here for many years and was familiarly known as "Doc" to his wide circle ot friends. SurvivJng in addition to Mrs. Sage js a son, Quinton Archie Seals of Pittsburgh and a sister, Mrs. Belle Carola of Cleveland, Ohio. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the John H. D. Sibel Funeral Home with Rev. A. R. Mansberger, pastor o£ Methodise Protestant Church, officiating. Burial will be in Kill Grove Cemetery. JOHN W. REYNOLDS John W. Reynolds, 88 years old, Thursday afternoon at his home Trauger. He leaves his wife, six daughters, three sons and 15 grandchildren. The funeral mass will be held at 9:30 o'clock Saturday morning at St. riorian's Church at United. Interment will be made in St. Vincent's Cemetery. senior vice-president, Ladies Auxiliary, V. F. W. Beatrice M. Sisco, department secretary. Ladies Auxiliary, V. F. W. Amelia C. Kane, department troas- i.rer. Ladies Auxiliary, V. F. W. Mrs. Ellen N. Walters, member of council of administration, Ladies A u x i l i a r y . V. F. W. James J. Pirt, department inspector, V. F. W. Short talks: Chester W. Zcrbe, Department of Pennsylvania commander, V. F. W. John L. Binghnm, past department commander, V. F. W. A. H. Thompson, adjudication officer, Veterans Administration, Aspinwall. Dr. Robert C. Cook, manager of Veterans Faculty, Aspimvall. Assemblyman Matthew J. Welsh, Connellsville. C. B. Lyons, member ol council of administration, V. F. W. Address. Robert G. Woodside of Pittsburgh, Allegheny county controller and past national commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Address, Congress .Tames E. VanZandt of Altoona, past national commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Address, S. M. DcHuff, Connellsville poet and author. Benediction. Rev. Schultz. Members of committees handling various phases of the dinner include: Arrangements--A. B. Pickard, general c h a i r m a n ; James F. Fornwalt and William E. DeBolt, assistants. Tickets--Tames F. Fornwalt, Frank D, 10th Pennsylvania Infantry. j J. Cuneo and Charles A. McCormick. John W. Rankin, county comir.is- ] Reception--J. N. Dragoo, Thomas sioner. ! S. pierce. A. L. McC.ashin, Qlifida Isadore Kalson, past Allegheny Stirpa, William E. DcBolt, Mrs. Flora county commander, V. F. W. ( Stirpa, Mrs. Margaret Pickard, Mrs. Thomas B. Kushnak, commander; Sue CoUand and Miss Mayme Kar- of Pittsburgh Post No. 86, V. F. W. Mrs. Myrtle Beyer, department president, Ladies Auxiliary, V, F. W. Mi's. Margaret Armstrong, past national president, Ladies Auxiliary, V. F. W. Mrs. Flora Stirpa, Connellsville, per. !n Pittsburgh. Hospital. Miss Ruth Hnrlan of Dawson was taken to Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, for trea'tment Thursday. MRS. ELIZABETH MULLEN Mrs. Elizabeth Mullen, widow of Daniel J. Mullen, .died Thursday at her home at Filbert after an extended illness. WILLIAM R. PANCOAST After a lingering illness, William R. Pancoast, formerly of New Geneva, died Thursday noon at the family home. Presbytery Tonight. Redstone Presbytery meets at 6:30 o'clock this evening in Third Presbyterian Church at Uniontown to plan abroad program for activities of the churches in the southern district j ol Western Pennsylvania. Mrs. William Blank Dies. Mrs. Elizabeth Frank Blank, 82, widow of William Blank, died Thursday morning at Frostburg, Md. She was the mother of Mrs. Malcolm Murphy of Belle Vernon. Stork at Hospital. A son was born at 6 o'clock Thursday evening at Connellsville State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Huff of Dickerson Kun. TODAY ONLY SATURDAY ONLY The Screen's Greatest Singing Coivlioy Tex Bitter A D O R I S W E S T O N MAURICE MURPHY HEUN UacKELUR' TE8BY WHKES riding, sweet singing, hard fighting TEX tears into a brigand band oJ range raiders and slioivs up their yellow streak. Also showing "S. O. S. COAST GUARD" and "TIM TYLER'S LUCK" I'OK FJE.VTUBB 1TMK CAM, 599 SUNDAY MSDNSTE, MONDAY DRAMA THUNDERS FROM TEE SCREEN Wally clashes with in this mighty advec- n that woman could tiny on the Bounty!" Also ii])t. anil Kid Cartoon Novelty latest, Sews OTJll 5EXT ATTKACTION MARY MORRIS FEMININE GOMMENTATOR Q AUTHORITY ON FUN£R?\L SERYIGE Isn't it amazing how hard surfaced roads have shrunk distances? Glance at any road map! Note the network of good roads; then think what that means to persons on farms and in small towns. Good roads give access to virtually every advantage city peopfe enjoy. In my particular field, I often observe how easy it is for rural and small community folk to command the most modern funeral service. The Milton V. Munk organization has excellent facilities for service at a distance. Any family, no matter where their place of residence, may have Munk service. jrtrs. Morris Recommends IWITON V. MUNK FUNERAL SERVICE I'hone Conucllsville, 722-J. THE NEW Feature No. 1 Feature No. 2 MAGIC, MAD, ROMANTIC NIGHT UNDER THE WESTERN STARS AND THEY BELONGED TO EACH OTHER FORHVER! She ,.. * spoiled daughcer of the rich who defied the world to follow the call of her heart He...a bronzed son of the prairie, unable 10 speak the words that surged within him. How could their happiness lie cocethcr! G A R Y O O P E H MERLE OBERON ® News ©Comedy ® Short-s PATSY KEILY · WAITER BRENNAN f U Z Z Y K N I G H T · H A B E t T O D D K O U E R I, H. t. romi

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