The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 24, 1938 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 24, 1938
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-PAGE SIX THU DAILY COURIER, CONNELL,SVIli.B, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 24,1038. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs M. M. Snyder, president of the Connellsvillc Section of the Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. G. C. Davidson, the council's delegate, are attending the fifteenth triennial convention of the national Council of Jewish Women which is being held at the William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh Mrs William Goldstonc, ~ alternate, is planning to go to Pittsburgh Tuesday to attend the conven- ; tion The sesions will revolve about phases of immigrant aid, scrv- - ice to the foreign-born, social service, peace, religion and legislation. ;, Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700--Ad- verfasetnent,--9oct-tf t Mrs. Ray Pile and little son, S Jimmy, of Cenlcrville Returned home 7 Sundiy after a visit with the former's , mother, Mrs Efflc Kooser, of Porter n avenue. ~ " " Mrs. E R Harmon tind Mrs.-John - F. Dubson motored to Umontown this : afternoon and visited the iormer's Z sister, Mrs Frank-KrBnllcy, of Ohio" pyle, a "patient at the Umontowii' - Hospital Mrs. Bailey underwent an - operation and 3s getting along lllccly. : = Mrs. T. Z -Smith ot Pittsburgh - visited her parents,' Mr~rand Mrs - John Evans, o£ South Pittsburg - street over the week-end 1 ; Spaghctti_supper, Christian Church, ; Wednesday, Jan 25, 5 to 7 35_ccnts. " --Advertisement --24jan-lt, ; Mr. and Mrs. J. Wylie Driscoll and " Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Driscoll of " East Green street visited Mr. and - Mrs. Earl D Eisenhower of Charlc- " roi Sunday afternoon. - Mrs A J. Boor returned to Key- f scr, W. Va, having visited her sis" tcr, Mrs E. W. Hcavner, Vine street, : over the week-end. fc Mrs Jerome McCormlck returned y Sunday^to her home in South Ninth £ street. Greenwood, after a few weeks r with her son-m-la,w and daughter, ^ Mr. and Mrs. J\t..R« Jones, of Wilk- 1 insburg. ~ "" _. ~ Any knit "suit, dry cleaned and - blocked, ?0c. -Simons Cash Sc Carry ~ Cleaners.--Advertisement --24jan-4t. ·j Miss Sylvia Donnndio, a student ; nurse at Mercy Hospital. Pittsburgh, ; spent the week-end with her par- tnts, Mr. and Mis M Donnadio, of" ; North Eighth street. _- ; I J. W-Elslcx; and Eugene Heavner, ; visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burdctte ; of Somerset.Saturday. _ ,, ~ The "Iregular 10001108 "Ot the Wo- X men's Benefit" Association will be » held on Tuesday evening, 7.30, Odd " Fellows Hall, E Crawford Ave Bingo "-. and lunch following the meeting.-" Advertisement --24jan-lt. C Mr and Mrs. C W - Dennis and ]· daughters, Misses Ruth and Roberta, ~ of Ogden street returned Sunday evening from Steubenvillc and ; Richmond, Ohio, where they visited ; Mr and Mrs. John Gallon and Mr. ; and Mrs James Fletcher _ovcr the ; week-end ; Mrs S M. D6HufT ot Race street X returned Sunday evening .from a ; week's visit in Cumberland and ; Hodman. ; Mrs. O A. Travis of South Con- I nellsvillc, ti patient at the Union" town Hospital, Is getting along nice" ly but will be confined to the hosr- - pital for at least three weeks. Mrs ·· Travis undcnvent a shoulder opera; tion as the result of an automobile ~ accident some time ago Among hor - many visitors Sunday were Mr. and : Mrs J. B. Travoy ot this city. DR. JOHN R. KING DIES IN FLORIDA SCOTTDAUE, Jan 24--Word has been received here of tho death of Dr. John R King, a former resident, In St Petersburg, Fla , on Sjndny. Dr. King is survived by his widow, Zclla B. King, and a son, Alton. Brothers and sisters surviving include Miss Ella King, Mrs. John II. Brownfleld, Mrs John G Darling and Charles D King, all of Scotidalc, B. S. King of Umontown, Mrs R V Rosenstecl of Ambridge, and Homer W, of Wcstcrvllle, Ohio. · " The funeral service will be held at -Westervillev - : * ; _" "ifospifal Patient. "*" ; · Robert Mallcn of Brier -^lill was ^admitted to Connellsvlllejsjnte Hos- -pifil for treatment-- ~--"· Aunt Het By ROBERT QUIIJJEN ""I've quit wnkln' Pa when he goes to sleep in church. II I let him alone he snores hi a kind o' -low buzz, but If I nudge him he snorts " Memorial Service Fills Church-At S. Connellsville There was nn- attendance of 425 persons at the bouth ConncllsvlllL Evangelical Church Sunday night for the annual memorial service of the South Connellsvillc Volunteer Firo Department at which Rev. W. S Harr, pastor, preached on "God's Call to Man ' Rev H«rr said that God's purpose was for man to glorify Him and tha man's purpose and desire was for" the bcttormcn of mankind. Forty members of the fire department attended together with 26 members of the auxiliary an well as members of borough council and r members of the Pleasant Springs 'Hunting Club who were there ' e s t o to honor one of their members, J.'L Pierce, also a member o the flre department Tho auxiliary honored the memory of Mr* T. J McKitnck nnd n memorial poem wa read by Mrs George Baker, auxiliary president. Deceased firemen arc T. J McKit- nck, H. G Robinson, Arnold Baugh man, Nick Ritcnour, Roy Helnu, Ray Bcnford and J. L Pierce Evangelical Revival Services Open Tonigh Revival meetings at the Soul Connellsvillc Evangelical Church will get under way tonight with Rev. W. S Harr, pastor, preochln, on "The Christian Activity." There will be special music every night during tho services that continue for two weeks No service will be held on Saturday, Rev. Har said. Stroke Cause* Death. GREENSBURG, Jan 24 --Mrs Mary Zlmmcrs Bcacom, 78, widow o Judge James S Bdacom, died Sntur day afternoon at her home after long illness tljat followed n stroke She leaves one son, three daughters one brother and one sister The fu ncral service will be held Tuesday afternoon. Wesley Zimmerman Die*. SOMERSET, Jan 24.--Wesley Zimmerman, 35, of Somerset town ship, died Friday night In Commun ity Hospital where he became a patient Tuesday. Stork at Hospital A son was horn at 7 o'clock thi morning at Connellsville State Hos pltal to Mr. and Mrs Von Davis of Fourth avenue, Scottdale. Dies of Pneumonia. SOMF.RSET, Jan. 24^--Mrt. Mary Pctrilla, wife of Stephen Petrilla o Windbcr, died Friday at her horn of pneumonia. and -Tomorrow «ER MQIEYIME: HIM RICH! ^ A thotaand dollars a minute -- js Jus ulce from tfie . who play the slotmachines · ··.and nobody can muscle ~~~m and live! " r= " The Butterfly - A New Crochet Idea Household ArU by Alice Brook* The Same Medallion Forms Each Wing and Arm Re»l PATTERN 6031 Follow the example of the accomplished hoslcis and embroider thcue colorful motifs on your guest towcli, old or new. These designs come In pairs and arc done mainly In outline, dingle and laty-dalsy stitch with a few French knots. Thc're prelty on sear/3 and pillow cases, too In pattern 8026 you v.111 find a transfer pattern of two motifs 5^x0'- inches, t\vo motifs 5^x7 Inches and two motift IVixTVi inches, color suKKostions, illustrations of all stitches used, material requirement] To obtnln this pattern kcnd 10 cents in stamps or coin (com preferred) to The Courier Household Art* Dcpt, 259 W. 14th Street, New York. N Y B« sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Grim Reaper WU-LIAM f. KOOSKa FoUowinK an Illness of complications, WillUim F. Kooscr, 75 year* old, of New Brighton, former resident of Conncllsville, died Friday evening at the New Brighton Hospital. Mr Kooscr \vta barn at Mill Hun, a ton of the late John and Clara Koowr, and wa» immcd to Matilda McCoy, daughter "f the late Dr and Mn McCoy of Normahillc He was a printer by trade and operated a printing office al New Brighton He was HI one time a boot keeper for the H. C. Frick Coke Company at Lclscnruig JV'o 1 for several years He v,as a member of the United Brethren Church Besides his wile, he is survi\ ed by t\\ o diughtcrs Mrs John Parkhill of Ni-w Brighton and Mrs. George Kowler of Scottdalc, one brother, I. N. Kootcr of Cleveland, three sisters Mrs T. G Herwlck und Mrs. W F Hcrwick of Connellsvillu and Mrs- John Johnson of Mill Run. Surviving grandchildren arc Kleinor and Donald Parkhill of New Brighton and Iluth und Wilmu rowkr ot Scottdale. The funeral ser\ae will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1 o clock it the Mill Hun United Brethren Church with Rev. Dwight L Spingler officiating Burial wiU be in the Church Cemetery at Mill Run. MRS. FANNY D. BECK Mrs Fanny D. Beck, G4 years old. died Sundny morning ni 11 o clock at her home nt Jones Mill after a lingering Illness of several jours duration Mrs Bick a daughter of the late and Mr nnd Mrs. Thomas Nedrow and was born nnd rcircd in the vicinity of Jones Mill where she had spent her entire life She is survived by her husbind, Austin Beck, and one (on, E. T. Beck, justice of the peace in Saltlick township who lives nt Champion There are also three brothers nnd two tillers Charles E Ncdrow, John H Ncdrow and William F Ncdrow, all of Jones Mill, Mm, Mary E Rlttcr o£ Mabel, Ore , and Mrs Laura L. Rush of Armbrust The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon with a prayer nt the homo at I 30 o'clock followed by a full service at the Davistown Evangelical Church at 2 o'clock Interment will be in Ferguson Cemetery near Bakcrsvillc in Westmoreland county in charge of Funeral Director Clyde B. Brooks of Indian Head Mrs. Twila Wallace, * Pentecostal evangelist of Mcleroft, will have charge of the funeral rites. MHS. ELU3V MOODX Mrs. Elicn Moody, 02 years old, a former resident of Lolienrlng No. 2, died Saturday night at 8 40 o'clock at her home at 1(0 Coffee street, Un- lontown, after an extended llln Her hufcbtnd Elmer, died 10 ycnrs ago Mrs Moody Is survived by the lolloping children Andrew of .West Lciicnrlng Walter of Morgantown, W. V n . William of Royal, Theodore nnd L«o *t home and Mri Margaret Jennings of Wynn. There arc « two brothers, Andrew Sccoiky of Ronco and Tt omas Secoiky of Brook- v«]p, one lister, Mrt Victoria Knvu- lish of Rices Landing, and 11 f and- chlldren The funeral mats will be held Tuesday morning nt 0 o'clock at St. John i rtomin Catholic Church at UniontQWn with Rov. Father Thomas J. Dunn, paifor, rn cwlebranf. Interment will be made in St John's Cemetery *l Brooks alt. MRS. XANCY J. McMANUS Mrs Nancy J. McManus 57 years old, of Unlontown, died this morning at the Unlontown Hospital following 1 an illness of complications. Besides her husband. William McMMiu, the Is survived by several children. rj-Town Communily Will Hold Birthday Bail Saturday Night Dawson, Liberty, Franklin town- hip and Vandcrbilt will unite their orces for the President Roosevelt birthday ball to be held on Saturday, anuary 20, with sponsorship of a dance in the rebuilt Auditorium of he Moose /Home at Vandcrbilt, it vas announced today. Hnrry Addis of Vandbrbilt is sorv- ng ns general chairman of tho func- icn with Mr*3 Nell Moore ns secre- aiy and on the executive committee ire A VanHorn, Mrs Mercedes ihocmakcr, Paul Wlnterhaltcr, Mrs. Sarah Lint, William Leonard and :Iairy Ainold. Other committees named to stimulate interest follow Publicity, Hnrry Arnold Boy Scouts, William Brady, Jr Advertising, Harry Addis Sports, Ralph Livengood Erd Raymond Herbert. Tickets, A VnnHoni Y. W. C A , Mis Sanh Lint Paront-Uichcrs, Mrs Miry Addis and Miss Alpha French Religious, Miss Grace Moore, Mrs :!irry Cochr,m nnd Mrs. Henry Hunker Political Lester Bnrncklow, Harry Addln, Jcsti! Martin and Roy McLaughlin Educational Mrs Nell Moore American Legion, Trunk W Reed. Physicians, Dr Cam T Trollo Farm, J H irold Arnold. Girl Scouts, Mn. fanr.ih Lint and Mrs Noll Moore MRS. MARY WHEELER Mrs Mary Wheeler 50 years old of York Run, died Saturday «t the Unlontown Hospital Sh« was the wife ot Robert Whoeicr. Mrs. Sfenicr'i Fonrral. The iunorol for Mrs Curolln. Brinkmnn Slenger ot Poplar Grove wan held Thursday afternoon, wiih a prayer nt the residence followed by a service at the German Lutheran Church Rev Paul E Porath, pastor assisted by Rev. M. M Allbcck, pastor of the English Luther«n Church at Scottdale, officiated Pallbearers were William, Emory, Harry, Gow« and Fnnk Doppclhoucr and J. D Ebbcrt Interment was In Hill Grov Cemetery. W. C. Sliroyrr Dead SOMEHSET, Jan. 24 --Walter Clayton Shroyer, 17, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shroyer of Blough near Hoo\ crsville, died Fridny afternoon of pneumonia Ho leavci hi; parent*, flvo brothers and flvo sisters A. Noiomulos Publix Theatre i'UN! _, . . _ FUN! THniM,siiToday and Tomorrow THE LOVR STOKY OF AA'NAPOWS It's Fun! ! it's Exciting 1 1 If s Spectacular!! William B. Boyd Dies in Pittsburgh William fl Boyd, 07, .1 brother of Mrs Carrie Percy of Connellsville, died Wcdnc*day at his home at 7705 Hamilton avenue, Pittsburgh The funeral service wai held Saturday afternoon at lh- Bru^hton Methodist Episcopal Church of uhich h« was a member. Mr Boyd Is survived by his wife, Mrs Blanche S Boyd. three daughters, Mrs. Ruth E Hunter und Ada L nnd Jane E Boyd, live sons. Sidney W. of Indiana, and Richard F , Herbert R., J. Cilvln nnd Harold D Boyd; three grandchildren; three brothers, Harry of California Charles of Seattle, Wain, and Emmett Boyd of Chicago and three sisters, Mrs Carrie Percy of Connellsville, Mrs Greta Grimm of Rochoitcsr and Mrs. George Couch of Springdale. Plui CARTOON -- LATEST XKWS -- C03LEDJT U. S. Steel Head Says Firm May Spend Many Millions on Plants By Dnltcd Press WASHINGTON, Jim. 24--Benjamin F. Foiricss, president of the United States Steel Corporation, announced plnnsj Saturday to expend $80,000,000 and possibly more in the first nine months of this year on a program of plnnt modernisation Tho extent of the program Is dependent upon business conditions, he said in a statement read for him to the Senate committee investigating unemployment but he expressed the view that conditions already arc improving He was Joined in this belief by Waller S Tower, executive secretary ot the Amciican Iron and Steal Institute, who snld that conditions in the steel Industry Improved this month rnd "indicat'ons nrc for at least a moderate measure of further improvement during the early months of the year" FairJess 1 statement said U. S Steel had $60,000,000 remaining from an authorized $263,000,000 plant modernization program originally set up for the yeurs 1933 to 1937 inclusive "It is hoped that the expenditures cnn be made In regular course in completion of ( ho projects," he said, explaining that if this is done $40,000,000 will be spent in the first quarter of thig year and the remaining $40,000,000 in the second and Paralysis Victim Will Support Fund In World Broadcast CHICAGO, Jan. 24.--Frederick B. Smte, J r , 27, infantile puraiysfs victim who has spent almost two years in an ' iron lung," will moke a world broadcast tonight from Miami Fla, in support of the foundation for prevention of infantile paralysis. Foundation officials laid Snite's message would bo carried over a special wire to Chicago and broadcast through the Mutual Broadcasting System on a program which also will include stars of the stage and screen. It also will be transmitted vta short wave. The program is preliminary to the President's birthday dinners to be held Saturday. third quarters. 'In addition," he said, "if bm. l ai°ss conditions warrant, there will be, undoubtedly, other expenditures in considerable amounts during 1938" Medicated with throat soothing ingredients of Vickj VopoRub. VICKS COUGH DROP Free Delivery. Service Any Knit Suit- 70c Cleaned nud Blocked Phone 1965 S I M O N S Cash Carry Cleaners 157 W. Crawford Arcnne. 321 West Crawford Avenue. THE' TODAY « TOMORROW « WEDNESDAY the mightiest- sea story of them all... D R A M A ! A ilory no fiction could cquaf, from tho vivid chapferi of America s own saa histofyl ....tho panic of f o a r * maddened men the cour* aqa of woman in love! ROMANCE! Magnificent with the glory of groot lova. directed by rho man who mado "lives of o Bengal loncer"! Gory Cooptr ?» Toy Jo/who mktd lav* to o hundred h»tpl«t» p«epM ta o bwnmg ih p ot t«ol Harry f.m\ Robert Cuntmiitgs ·^frglitfo WeFdji Porter Roll * Joseph Directed^ Ho7ry H PLUS ANOTHER FULL LENGTH FEATURE FULL OF LAUGHS! Also Selected Shorts News Comedy ZASU , PITTS --and-- JAMES GLEASON n in Forty Naughty Girls Directed \i\ rdnanl Cline. ^Produced b William Sistrom. A N O T H E R uKO-IUTHO P1CTOJRK

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