The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 22, 1938 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, January 22, 1938
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 22,193S. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA, PAGE FIVB. P.ERSO.NAL MENTION Mrs. William M. Fox of East Washington avenue left today for Westcrvilie, Ohio, where she will (visit her daughter, Miss Marjorie, a student at Ottcrbcin College. Miss Fox. sprained her ankle while playing basketball and . will be confined for six weeks. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--Ooct-tf. Mrs. J. S. Wojtanowski and daughter, accompanied by. the former's mother, Mrs. Mary iSielenski, and Mrs. Cclia Zielenski of Everson left Friday evening for New Britain, Conn. 100 lovely now spring dresses, double value, $1.95. Princess Shop. --Advertisement.--20jan-2t. Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly of Alitiuippa and Mrs. Essie Walking of Homestead attended the funeral service's for Mrs. Caroline B: Stenger at Poplar Grove Thursday afternoon. "500" and bingo, P. H. C. Hall, Saturday night, 8:30. ,Door prize, lunch. Admission 25c.J--Advertise- ment.--21jan-2t. Mrs. Vinton Overholt of Scottdale was the guest ot relatives at Uniontown Friday. The Immaculate Conception Athletic Council" will hold their annual card party Monday, January 31, in the reception hall ot the church. Door prize. -Bridge, "500," bingo.-- Advertisement.--22jan-lt. Rev. V. Mooney, C. S. C. national director of Catholic Youth, Washington, D. C., was called from -Toronto, Canada, to the home of his sister, Mrs. Lorctta Home, 400 Eleanor avenue, Scottdale, by the serious illness of his mother. Mrs. Alice Rinehart of Washington. D. C., Mrs. J. W. McAllister of South Bend, Ind., Mrs. B. A. Dunlap and Mrs. L. T. . Welsh- of Pittsburgh were also summoned to the Home home by their mother's illness. Rev. Vincent Brennan of Tarcntum, a grandson, ac- companlcd his mother and uncle from Pittsburgh. /Arthur and Lawrence Duggan, cons of Attorney and Mrs. John Duggah, Jr., of South Pittsburg street, are spending the week-end at their home. They are students at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh. Grover C. Widcner^of Atlas avenue, South Connellsville;'. left Thursday afternoon .to visit with his brother, Frank, of Welch, w: Va. Mr. Wld- cncr went by way of Cincinnati. · Mr. and Mrs. Abe I. Daniels of East Crawford avenue left Friday for Cleveland, Ohio, where they will spend ,the week-end and then continue on to Dallas, Tex., where they will visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Flora Stirpa ol North Pittsburg street will leave Sunday night .lor Washington, D. C., where she 'will attend as a delegate from Pennsylvania the thirteenth annual "Woman's Patriotic Conference on National Defense to bo held January 24-27, at the Mayflower Hotel. Miss Ann Gassier, corscUcr for the Troutman Company, arrived home Friday morning from New York where she attended the Gqssard corset training school hold three days at the Commodore Hotel. DAY IN WASHINGTON BY DAVID LAWRENCE -Continued from PageTbur. ', should Congress agree, it will mean that there is no desire to hasten the deciding of Labor Board cases. Union labor has, to. be sure, found 'things to criticize in the labor Board's rulings, but, as between an inefficient or efficient .machinery that can quickly certify majorities where elections arc desired and decide questions of unfair labor practice that have In the past been such a prolific cause of strikes, it is not likely that organized labor will want to see the Babor Board's effectiveness reduced in dealing with collective bargaining itself. The debate on the appropriation probably will bring out · the views ot those who favor and oppose the Labor Board, but, apart · from the merits of the Labor Board's ' position as an instrument to enforce collective bargaining, the controversy may shed some light on whether · Congress is going to set a precedent in cutting the personnel of agencies .of. the, government whose Judicial ·rulings some of its members may . dislike. ; Any Knit Suit 70c Cleaned and Blocked Phone 1965 S I M O N S Cash Carry' Cleaners 157 W. Crawford Avenue. 921 West Crawford Avenue. Aunt Met By ROBERT QUILLEN "Brother Henry ain't foolin' anybody. He may hear better sermons on the radio, but what he likes best is the radio not havin' any collection plate." Scoff dale Revival Wiii Be 'Continued Revival services now in progress j at the Evangelical Church at Scott- I dale will be continued through next week. Special music will be rendered each evening. Rev. G. A. Marks of Dcrry will speak Sunday night, using as his theme, "Borne From Above." MRS. ELLEN SCiSROCK Mrs. Ellen Schrock, Vo years old, died.of a. heart'attack Friday afternoon at. the home of her daughter, Delia Schrock, ol Brookvale. town, will officiate. Burial will be in Bell Grove Cemetery near Ohiopyle. CHARLES H. NISWONGKR SCOTTDALE, Jan. 22.--Charles Henry Niswonger, 50 years old, of Cross Roads, died Friday evening at 6:45 o'clock at Fa-iek Memorial Hospital at Mount Pleasant. He was admitted 'there Thursday after suffering a stroke ot paralysis. Mr. Niswonger had been a resident of the Cross Hoads community all his life. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Irma Hostettler Niswonger, he is survived by a son and five daughters: Joseph C. of Scottdale, Mrs, Charles Forejt of Mount Pleasant, Mrs. Donald Murray of Connellsville, Ella Gene, Elsie Grace and Stella at home. There are also five sisters and n brother: Mrs. Harry Brothers of Prittstown, Mrs. Rachel Cowan of Scottdale, Mrs. Viola Prinkcy of Connellsville, Mrs. Lillian Jones of Dickerson Hun, Mrs. Nora Trader of Howes Run and William Niswonger of Dawsbn. · The funural service will be held Monday at 2:30 o'clock at Penns- ,Weather Fails To Detract From Girl · Evangelist In spite of inclement weather and a downpour of rain last night another capacity crowd greeted Betty Wcaklnnd in the First Methodist Protestant Church. Betty has announced that this evening she will present "the greatest religious surprise Connellsville has ever witnessed." Much interest is being manifested in just what the surprise will be. A street parade will precede the service. . Four services have been' planned for Sunday. Betty will preach In the First M. P. Church in the morning and her father, Dr. J. Hoy Weakland, who is master of ceremonies in the young evangelist's campaigns, but who has held! successful pastorates in both New York and California, will occupy the pulpit In the First Baptist Church. At 3 o'clock a mass meeting will be held in the'First Baptist Church. The girl preacher's subject will be 'Jonah and the Whale." At 7:30 she will begin the second and last week of her campaign. All services next week will be held in. the First Baptist Church. Preceding Miss Weakland's sermon last evening the ladies'-quartet Mrs. Schrock was a daughter of I -villo Baptist Church. Burial will be the late Jacob and Lucy Wcimer Younkin. She was born at King- j wood, Somerset county, and lived there until 10 years ago when she came to Connellsville to make her home with her daughter. She was a member of the Church of God at Kingwood and during her residence here had attended the United Brethren Church. She was the wife of Ephriam Schrock, who preceded her in death 18 years ago. She was the mother o£ 10 children \cight of whom survive. They are Delia Schrock of Brookvale, Mrs. Anna Cramer and Mrs. Elva Sembowcr of Somerset, Mrs..W. G. .Snyder and Mrs. H. P. Miller of Kingwood, George Schrock of Johnstown, Harold Schrock ot Uniontown and Ira. Schrock of Sacramento, Cal. She is also survived by a brother, W. D. Younkin of Kingwood, 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon. After a prayer at the Brookvale home at 12:30 o'clock the cortege will go to the Kingwood Church of God where the service will be conducted. Rev. E. A. Shultz, pastor of the United Brethren Church, assisted by Rev. J. I. Kalp, pastor of the Kingwood Church of God, 'will officiate. Interment, in charge of Funeral Director Charles C. Mitchell, will be in the Kingwood I. O. O. F. Cemetery. MRS. MARY LEONARD Mrs. Mary B. Leonard, widow of T. N. Leonard, died Friday evening at the home of a granddaughter, Mrs. Marie Cuppett of Uniontown, with whom she had made her home. She had suffered three strokes, the last on November 26. Prior to locating at Uniontown she had rcsidbd. at Farmington."Sho Is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Orphic McCluckfe of Brownsville ::road, Pittsburgh", "and Mrs. Bessie Sullivan of Uniontown; also six grandchildren and lour great-grandchildren. · A short funeral service will be held-at-the Cuppett home Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock followed by n service at Sanscm chapel at Farm- Ington. Rev, M. Zahniser, pastor of the Free Methodist Church of Union- in Pennsvillc .Independent Cemetery. MRS, ROSE CORELLA SCOTTDALE, Jan. 22.--Mrs. Rose Corolla, 57 years old, died Friday afternoon at the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hershbine of 212 Everson avenue. Mrs. Corolla was a resident of Allison until four and a half years ago when she came to Scottdalo. Surviving are her husband, Melia Corolla, in Italy, and six daughters: Mrs. Arthur Canteloupe ot Allison, Mrs. Amelio Salamonla and Mrs. Harry Maughon of Detroit, Mrs. Walter Kurth of Tarr, Mrs. William Luft of Wyano and Mrs. Edward Hershbine of Scottdale; also a sister, Mrs. Joseph Corclla. The funeral service will be Tuesday morning. MRS. EDITH WIECTEMAN UNIONTOWN, Jan. 22.--Ill for several days, Mrs. Edith Gertrude Whitcman, 53 years old, died this morning at her home 137 Downer avenue. Mrs. Whiteman was born May 2,1884, at Mount Braddock. She was the daughter of the late Sebastian and Elizabeth'Ringer. Her husband, Francis Marlon Whitcman, had for 11 years been employed at the Second National Bank. One daughter, Mrs. R. J. Scott of Bay City, Mich., and three brothers, E. H. Ringer ot Flushing, N. Y., R. A. Ringer of Atlasburg and Ernest of Bnrbcton, Ohio, also survive. tern and A. Overholt Company a in recent years was working at the Mount Braddock plant of the Liberty Powder Company. Mr, Hazen, for several years, was I a Democratic registrar i n ' t h e Seventh Ward. He was a member of the Flatwoods Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Minnie Cooper Hazen, with whom he was united in marriage 41 years ago; three sons, George C. Haxen ot 168 West Crawford avenue, William H. Hazcn of Donora and Robert L. Hazen, at home; one granddaughter, and three sisters, Mrs. Annette Phillips and Mrs. Wilbur Dunn ot .Uniontown and Mrs. Ella Shearer of Washington, Pa. The funeral service will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home in Morrell avenue. Interment will be in Redstone Cemetery ot Brownsville in charge of the undertaking firm of Ira Blair £ Sons of Pcrryopolis. of the 'Jesus First M. P. .Church sang Is Able to Keep." Betty taught the congregation a chorus entitled "Every Day With Jesus." The evangelist took her text from 11 Corinthians 5:20, *;Now then we arc ambassadors for. Christ." She pointed out' that' people judge a country by its ambassadors and that the world judges · Christianity by Christians. · "God has given us the ministry of reconciliation," she said, "and if we fail we will not receive our reward. We are to preach the Gospel to every nation. "It is a very solemn thought when we realize that the only glimpse some people will ever have of Jesus Is what thay sec of Him" manifested in our-lives. We are Heaven's representatives." Mrs. Cora Ice Deafly Buried. The funeral service for Mrs. Cora Lee Beatly of South Connellsville was held Thursday afternoon at the home with Rev. A. R. Mansbcrgcr,' pastor of the First Methodist Protestant Church, officiating. Pallbearers were Kenneth Lytle, Kenneth Hartmen, Carl Landerfelt, Charles, Harry and Clyde Miller. Interment was in Chestnut Hill Cemetery. St! Isherwood Proposed For Governorship Continued from Page Four. Gifford Pinchot has announced h's candidacy but, while he has a tremendous personal following in 1 Republican ranks, his two ''terms as governor have'developed a train of bitter enemies. Superior Court Judge Arthur James, currently mentioned as the organization candidate, is an able public officer. But he is definitely identified as "organization" and so will meet prompt opposition '. .from "liberal! 1 elements of the-party. The same may be said of General Edward Martin, of Washington, former State chairman. So on down the list. Almost without exception the other candidates already are tagged and labeled. .That's not the case -with Major Isherwood. He has no political debts tapay. He has no political allegiance to give. He can become a canddiate rcprcscntifcg all factions of tho party and, more important, a candidate drawing support from every section of the public. . . ' . . . . . ~. The .Republican-party can carry Pennsylvania this year with new, aggressive blood and "a different viewpoint. Major Isherwood is eminently fitted to provide that kind of leadership. . . Dependable RADIO SERVICE S 120 So. PlUslmrgr Street. Pneumonia Fatal To William Hazen A brief illness .of pneumonia caused the death at 11:40 o'clock Friday night of William Hazcn, 62 years old, of 822 Morrell avenue. He was taken 111 with the grip on Sunday and pneumonia developed. Mr. Hazen was a native of Franklin township being born on a farm near Tippccanoe on August, .1875, a son of the late Benjamin W, and Edith Picrsol Hazcn. He resided there until 1901 when he moved to a farm near Buffalo village in Washington county and remained there until 1916 when he moved to Connellsville. He had been employed since then by the West Pcnn Sys- STADER FUNERAL HOME I N selecting a funeral director, just as It Is in selecting a doctor, an insurance company, a lawyer, your biggest Investment Is faith. Stader Morticians strive .... .... and succeed . . . to_ba worthy of that faith. We con- "· duct our business efficiently and with feeling--as would you were you in our position. 118 West Apple Street NEW DOUBLE FEATDBB I R R E S I S T I B L E C O M E D Y H * t h e pn trs t . v i v a c i o u s audacious love story t h a t evcjr ^1 made y,ou' gasp "Oh.MyGraeiousi" I ^u4»*M9. JEAN P A R K E R DOUGLASS NOAH BEERY, Jr. · LARRY BLARE CATHERINE HUGHES MONTGOMERY BOTH miOWS · 1EONA MARICIE B E R N A D E N E H A Y E S iOUIS MiSOl · EJRI DWIflE Ser*«« Wo/ by Mavrk* GtrogMy onrf Ford 6«t« lai»f on rt« Slarr "NigH P*nf b, KiaioU H.rrkt ttractad bf Aiioda** fmKm FOIO iccie Also Selected Shorts, Comedy and News THE Monday ·. Tuesday « Wednesday ·Taken by a British man-o -war, t wd sailors (Gary Cooper and George Raft) are-sentenced to be trussed by their'thurnbstojthe'yard^arrns] IDA ot.the.war-shig, The* great ·.Liverpool/tb^Bostbrij packet's' mass of flames as, fire SSI (.sweepsiacrossiher/.decksb 'It's fight to^the .honor gone- as fear-maddened .humans forget all in ajjvild_rush /or. safety qfjhe^boatsj- .One stalwart'soul, who dares death [itself to bring his little life-boat 'of survivors. acrossxlhe^_angry, .wastes, to, GARY 'COOPER'as ttufscaman who ,battles : (ire, the fury of the sea, the, wrath of a world to win the woman] GEORGE RAFT," simple: hearted vagrant of the seven scas.who dares death itself for_the girl_of his_ heart; PLUS ANOTHER FULL LENGTH FEATURE FULL OF LAUGHS! Also Selected Shorts News Comedy ZASU PITTS --nnd- JAMES GLEASON Directed by Edward Cllne. ; · Produced by William Slstrom. ANOTHER BKO-BADIO PICT0RE

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