The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 25, 1938 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 25, 1938
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PAGE SIX THB DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLB. PA TUESDAY, JANUARY 25.1938. -PERSONAL MENTION Mrs Frank Sproull and Mis Louise Stoup of Sprlngdale are guests of Mrs Harry Shcctz of Lincoln avenue While here they will attend meetings of the Order of the Eastern Star at Scottdale and Umontow'n The Sproulls resided at Uniontown before moving to Sprmgdale Oppmnn's Taxi. Phone 700 --Ad- vertisement--9oct-tf Mrs Elizabeth Robbms of Uniontown is visiting her son and daugh- tcr-m-law, Mr and Mrs John Robbins, of Gibson avenue Spaghetti supper tonight, 5 to 7, Chi litian Church 35 cents --Adver- tisement.--25jan-l t. , Miss Eva Sapolsky ol_ Pulaskl street was. the guest of. Miss Tibic Monheim of Uniontown Sunday. Any knit suit, dry cleaned ."and blocked, 70c. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners --Advertisement --24jan-'l( Mrs W. D Cunmnghdm and children, Billy, Bobby and Nancy, left this morning for their home in New York City after visiting for six weeks with Mrs Cunningham's parents, Mr. _and Mrs. Homer B" Cunningham. "Miss "Virginia Cunmnghnm, a sister of Mrs Cunningham, accompanied them as far as Greensburg Spaghetti supper tonight, "5 to 7, "Christian Church "35 cents--Adver_ tisement --25ian-lt Mrs. James Charlcsworlh, who had been confined to her home in - Pearl stiect for some weeks by illness. Is nble to be out again Card party, St Aloysius Hall, Dunbar, Wednesday, January 28th. ' Bridge, "500" and bingo Valuable prizes. Money for door prize. Ad' mission 35c --Advertisement --jan- 7-13-25. Mrs. J. D. Mortimer, Mrs Oll\o Kcedy, Mr and Mrs Harry Balsley and Mrs William Beatty attended a covered-dish supper given Monday "' Anight at Uniontown by the Protected Home Circle t of that city. After the supper n meeting was held and officers wcie installed by Mrs. Maude C. Hobaug.i of Uniontown, State deputy. , _ r " Spaghetti supper tonight, 5 to 7, Christian Church. 35 c»nts.--Adver- tisement.--25}an-lt ' Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Pari» of " North Eighth street. West Side, and their httlc niece, Dolores Manzclla were visitors in Pittsburgh over the week-end. "500" and bingo, Wed, Jan 26, Odd Fellows Hall. Admission 25c --Advertisement --25Jan-lt. - Harold S Anscll of Toplar Grove motored to Baltimore, Md, the past week-end and visited friends. Special on children's permancnts this week, two for $3 00 Mrs C H Bowcrmastcr. Phone 2034 --Adver- tisement.--2Sjan-lt Mrs George Eisele of Pittsburgh was the guest of her sister, Mrs Mabel K Marietta, of Race street over the week-end. Mrs Henry Mctzgar of West Fay- ctte street, who has been seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs James Bryan of Uniontown, has been removed to the Uniontown Hospital Mr. and Mrs George Swetnarn o: Uniontown left Sunday by motor foi a week's vacation trip to New York City and Philadelphia. Following an eighteen months' visit in the Unitcc States, Mr Swctnam's brother anc sister-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Swetnam, will sail Saturday from New York for their home In Garhan- huns, Brazil Mrs. George Swetnam will be remembered as Miss Ruth Kulamer, former home N economics extension worker In Fayette county Word has been received here o the serious illness of Charles Gill o TVest Grove, Philadelphia. He con traded pneumonia. Mr. Gill Is a great-uncle of Mrs. Efflc Kooser o Porter avenue, Mrs S. M. Kulhman and Mrs Harry AnselJ of Poplar Grove Mr. and Mrs. David Wertheimer Jr., of the Colonial Apartments South Pittsburg street, visited rela tivcs in Frederick, Md, over th' week-end. Miss Margaret Quinn has retorncc to her home in Brookvale, havm, spent the week-end visiting he brothcr-m-law and sister, Mr an Mrs. Frank J. Lee, of Charlcroi. Mrs Leo and infant daughter, Peggy Ann Jiavc returned home from the Char leroi^JTohcsscn Hospital - and an getting along nicely. Peter R. Weimcr, district governo of Kiwanis International, will go to Philadelphia Thursday to attend Aunt Met By ROBERT QUILLEN "When Amy borrows anything I know It's gone. If she can't remember to buy what she needs, she won't lemember to pay back what she borrows " Anti-Lynch Filibuster Complete Flop; Empty Galleries u Hear" Show TRAIN ING CLASS FOR GIRL SCOUT HEADS ARRANGED Continued from Page One JCginmng at 7'30 o'clock each evening Miss Christy is one of many Girl Scout alumnae who have found v ocabons in the movement. She bc- ?an her adult association with Girl Scouting as a field captain in Pittsburgh and later became director of he Pittsburgh Girl Scout camp In her present work she is concerned with the training of camp directors and counsellors who arc m charge of Girl Scout camps in the region. Under Miss Christy's regime Region N'o 3 has become noteworthv for the ugh standards of all its Girl Scout camps. The standards cover, in addition to equipment, conditions insuring health and safety and a well developed program of activities to suit the needs and tastes of Girl Scout campers of all ages and background An authority on camping and tin expert camper herself, Miss Christy has been largely instrumental in promoting the popular camping trips enjoyed by Girl Scouts. Mount Olive Service The revival meetings at the Mount Olive United Brethren Church will bq continued tonight at 7.30 o'clock with Rev William J Bltchcy spcnk- ing on "The Blessing* of Righteousness." · meeting of the Olney Kiwanis Club, at which time the club will be presented wjth Its charter. Clinton 1 DeBolt-,nJid- Miss Ruth Dennis visited In Pittsburgh today. Miss Marcclla Lightburn of Pittsburgh visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Lightburn, of South Sixth street over the week-end Ralph Kingsbury, formerly of this city, returned to New York City this morning after spending the past few days visiting at the home of a friend Dr. George E Dull, of West Fayette street He was accompanied by Leon Klngley of East Crawford avenue who will transact business In New York J S Dctwilcr of East Cedar avenue, who was seriously ill of flu and urcmic poisoning, is able to be abou' in his room. Mrsr. Detwller It recovering from an attack of bronchitis but is still confined lo her home. Dcmpscy Boyd of Scottdale who was also 111 at the Detwilcr home, has returned to his home a Scottdale. Sunday visitors of the Dctwllcrs were Mr. Detwiler's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and MTM J. F. Burkhardt, their son, Lawrence Burkhardt and foyr children Dorothy, Carl, Marjoric and Billy Mrs G. W. Newcomer and daughter Dorothy Jane and Mrs K. M Anderson, all of Scottdale Mrs. Newcomer is a sister of Mrs. Detwller Mrs R B. Treutle of South Arch street has been confined to her home with grip for the past week. Mrs. Clyde R. Weihe of East Washington avenue, who undcrwen an operation last Thursday at th Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, is get ting along nicely. Paramount Theatre LAST DAY MEETTHEBIGGEST RACKETEER IN TOWN!, The sction picked romsnce of · girl and » guy who bucked the czir of the itot-machm racket 1 (Czar of th» Slor-Mochlnes) A Fommownf Pirtvi^ with _ CLAIREJREYPBL. LLOYD-NOLAN £ AKIMTAMIROFF-" - "LARRY CRABBE", HELEN BURGESS PORTER HALL WED.-THURS. Sweet clover nglei vrilh gun iraolca as KDttONE E M M A D U N N MAHJOKIE LORD Olnclx/ tr tkfont touon -SECOND BIG FEATURE- A Paramotml Plctur* wlltt Edward Everett Horion Lynne Oyarman.Louiso Campbell.Porter Hall By United Press WASHINGTON, Jan 25--Tin cnntc Dlibu^tcr ago nt the anti- ynching bill " tho biggest "box fflce flop since Jack Dcmpsey ought Tommy Gibbons at Miles City, Mont The United States Senate, some- imes galled "the biggest show on ^arth," is ploying to an empty house n its greatest and most expensive peet«do of the year Already the "show," costing taxpayers who don't come to sec it more than $5,000 n day, has run for 22 days It has cost the Government more than $10,000 lust to print the pceches mode since January 3 The niibuster dragged through Its first night session Monday night v. ith mly the steady drone of a solitary peaker echoing through the almost deserted chamber A brilliant beacon in the Cnpitol dome--lighted only when Congress s in night session--told all uho could sec it that their senators ucrc ;till there Three years ago thousands stood n line for hours nnd fought for admission to the galleries to hear the ate Hucy Long in a one-man filibus- ,er. He "wowed "cm" But at 10 P. M.--the hour when Long had the galleries packed nnd spellbound--there was nothing lust night but row upon row of empty scab. Doormen nodded and dozed in their chntrs Newsmen yawned Page bos, -slipped out to catch a w minutes el --p on lounges in the cloak room Frequently the speaker nnd the cha.Tiiiiu were the only ones n the chambci The filibuster ' a t ilklng cndiir- ·mcc contest U" t oj «uih, would be run out ol any cmu-r^ads town ns a 'gyp" It is a o r.tcst to decide whether one gtoup can talk longer than the other can listen. Senator Allen J Ellcnder, Hucy Long's successor, already his exceeded Long's i -c.d ot volubilitj, nit not his 8ust« endurance He ins spoken 25 hours Rince January 3. Long s record of uninterrupted speech of 10H hours in 1935. Ellcnder tosics the torch to Senator Kenneth McKellnr, Dcmocnt, Tenn . who talks of the TVA and the beauties of Tennessee Senator Ellison D. Smith, Democrat, S C, tnlks about cotton Senator Claude Pepper, Democrat, f In , carries on, nbout his boyhood, dbout gangsters, the »s of the Mormons Scnntor Arthur Vandcnbcrg, Republican. Mich , who is getting more enjoyment out of the Democratic scrap than anyone else--and shows It--slops to kid Majority Lender Al- vm Barklcy Barklcy laughs weakly, but his face bc^rs n pnined expression Smith walks leisurely down the isle munching p,»anuts and puttir/ the hulls bick in his cent pocket Senator Tom Connally. Democrat, Tex field general of the Southern "rebellion," nrmes wcurine striped trousers Senator Vic Don.nhey, Democrat, Ohio, chews gum nnd reads a pap r Senator Hcnrj r Ashunt, Democrat, Ariz, the "politest senator." arri\es, bowj, shakes hands around, sits down and assumes an .ittenthc attitude It looks like a plav that it oxer, most of the actors ha\e left the stage, but the stage hands ha\c forgotten to ring down the curtain Many Respond When Invited lo Altar By Miss Weakland 'The Omnipotent Christ" will be the subject of Betty Weakland s s,er- mon in the First Baptist Church tonight I Another meeting for boys and girls will be held in the church Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock Even though it is unusual for an evangelist to attempt a meeting on Monday night--most evangelists take Monday for rest--the auditorium o( the Baptist Church was filled to its capacity and the large audience overflowed jnto the Sunday school rooms Music again played an Important part in the preliminary service. There was a duct by Mr and Mrs. Dull and a special number by Florence Wilkle, Betty introduced two new choruses and proved herself on able song lender as well as a preacher. Mrs J Roy Weakland sang "I Have Nothing to Do With Tomorrow" In her sermon last night on "After Dcnth--What?" Belt} said the three great proofs of the future life were hum-in aspirations, divine revelation and Christian confirmation "Every gront religion possesses this clement of a future life. Every great thinker and writer Ins found the subject fascinating Humnn problems like sin, ignorance, jutlce, sorrow, suffering, phjsical and intellectual, demand that there must be a life after death " Again a number responded to Miss Wenkland's Invitation to confess Christ by coming to the front of the church IJIrth »t Hospital. A daughter was born at 6 15 o'clock this morning at Conncllsville State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walker, colored, of Whltsctt. Preparatory Service At Trinity Lutheran Church on Wednesday Preparatory to holy communion to be administered in Trinity Lutheran Church next Sunday, the customary confessional service will be held in the auditorium of the cuurch at 7 30 o clock Wednesday evening The pastor, Dr. W. H Hetriei:, .IP deliver a short address on the theme, ·The Altar of Cleansing" Christian Spaghetti Supper This Evening Instead of tomorrow, the spaghetti supper at the Christian Church vvil be thi« evening from 5 to 7 o'clock. Mrs Sarah McGrcw Dies. GREENSBURG, Jan 25 --Mrs Sarah V McGrcw. 83, lifelong resident of Irwln, died Sunday afi-rnoon at her home She leaves four children, three grandchildren and a tls- tcr. Fall* to Death. JOHNSTOWN. Jan. 25 --Losing her balance while washing a window at Patlon hotel, Ml« Mary Miller 57. a domestic, toppled two floori u her death on the street below N'o Buttons--Dirorce. CLEVELAND. Jan 25.--Cecil Angelbergcr filed »uit for a divorce because hlj wife, Gladys, "would-V sew button* on my clothes when they ome ofl" Grim Reaper JOHN C. BURR MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan 25 -John C. Bulk, 74 years,, rive months nd M\ days old, died at 0 o'cloek Monday moimng jt his home in 3ovntd after a Itngcimg illness. -L? Is suivived by his widow, Mrs Elvia Burk nnd these children Mrs Elmer fctout of Scottdalc, Mrs. Albert 'hilabaum of Giccnsburg, R D 5, Charks Bulk and Mis James Calvin of Grecnsbuig, R D 1, Mrs Tony ki of Smithton, R D 1, and Kenneth Burk, at home Twenty-two jrandchildien, a great-grandchild ,nd these brother and sisters also survive George Burk of Derry, Sylvester Burk of Hunker, Mrs Flora 3egona of Tarr, Alex Buik of Jcan- ncttc and Mrs Elizabeth Shrum of Derry The funeinl scivicc will be held it 2 30 o'clock Thursday afternoon n the Methodist Episcopal Church at Tarr in chirgc of Rev M D Hai- lahan pastor of the Bovaid Union Mission Interment will be made in .he Mount Lebanon Cemetery at Tarr MRS CLIZA S. HUTZLLL SOMERSET. Jan 25--Mis Eliza Sarvcr Hutacll. 51, wife of Willlim Hutzoll of Hollsopplc, died at 11 45 o clock Situiday night in Mcmoml Hospit ·! where she had been a patient for some time Death was a'tnbutcd to n complication of ailments A native of Someiset county, Mrs Hulzcll was bom July 8, 188B, a d-mghter of Mr nnd Mrs George Sarver, deceased Besides her husband, Mrs HutJcll leaves a daughter, Ebic Hut?cll of Stahlstown, Westmoreland county, Mrs Hutzcll was a sister of Mis Snmuel Fletcher, Sco'.t- dnle. Mn, Irvin Hutzcll, Boswcll; Mrs William Blough, Hollsopplc; Mrs W G Pritts Stoystovvn, Mis Jnmcs Fletcher, Garrctt and Grant Sarver, Jeannette Mrs Hutzcll was an active member of Hollsopplc Reformed Church The body was taken to the home of her brothcr-m-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Wilhnm Blough and then to the Hollsopplc Reformed Church where services were conducted by Rev James S Carr of Johnstown todiy Internment followed in the I O O F Cemetery, Rockwood vlvlng sisters are Mrs Louise San- ncr, Mrs Mary Byers, Misses Eliza- cth Eadtke, all of Uniontown, Jo vadtkc of New York and Kathcrme tadtke of ^Pittsburgh A brother, Henry J. Rndtkc, of Somerset county also survives. WILLIAM E SECRIST MEYERSDALE, Jan. 25--William Jari Secnst, 42 years old, of 510 florth street, died Saturday of diabetes in a Johnstown hospital where ic was admitted January 15 Born August 21, 1895, he was a son of Charles M. and Jennie Mc- Mannice Secrist, both deceased Surviving are his widow, Mrs Myrtlo Ravenscraft Secrist and these children Mrs S J. Noble and Mrs Carl Strcng, both of Meycrsdale, and Carl W , Robert and Ettty, at home The deceased also leaves two brothers, Charles of Philadelphia and Robert J. of Sockwood a" u two sisters, Mrs William Cannon ot Sand Patch and Mi 8 Emmanuel Zinn of Cumberland, Md The funeral rites will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at ihe Secrist home with Rev Dr B. A Black, pastor of the Amity Evangelical and Reformed Church, officiating. Interment will be made in Union Cemetery. I MUS OLIVER FOKM'TIIE Mrs Ada Forsvthc, 40, of Pricedale, died Sunday In Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh after a short Illness. She leaves her husband, Oliver; six sons, Lerov, John, Jaek, Tnomas, Bcrmrd and David three daughters, Mrs Opil ot Lynnwood and Idi Virginia and Wan in, her mother, Mrs. Adalme King, and two ils- tcrs, Mrs Bertha M. Rose and Mrs Goldie Ronk of Prlccdale The funeral scivice will te held Wcdncsd iy afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home with Rv. Hniold Dunn of Priccdalc officHtmg Interment will be made m the Belie Vernon Cemetery. WALTER STOCKMAN Waller btockman, 48 years old, died Sundny afternoon at his home at Twilight near Foyf tte City of a h«-art attick He w*n a native of England but for 31 e in, opented a moat business at Favcttc City. He is survived by his wife, five daugntcra, one son and two brothers The funeral servue will be held Wcdnc«liy a'tcrnoon at 2 o clock at the home with Rev Harold Pnpc officiating Burn] will be made in Howe Cemetery THOMAS D KADTKE Thomas D Rndtke, 52 cars old died Mond ly evening at the home ol his sistc- Mrs Grover Bjcrs, of Uniontown following an illness of complications His wife, Mrs. Minnie McFlroy R idlke, died in 1922. Sur- THE OISSON TWO GREAT smnvs TODAY · TOMORROW T W O ;KI:AT A record of human «xperb tnco uniquatltd In the what* hiifory of tha seven seost FRANCES DEE- Henry Wilcoxon ^Horry Corty * Olympi Brodna Porter Hall · RoUrt Camming* · YlrsTnta WildUr - Jostpli Sdrftdkrwt » rwnHnl Fntfft · Dndto by nMry HtriMMy Selected Shorts - News -- Comedy IJAMES GLEASON IZASU PITTS \Dlncttd bf Edtvord Cllno. I Produced by William Slstrom A i D i p P I C T U R E President Wants U. S. To Become impregnable To Foreign llnvasion MRS. CATHERINE AMBROSE Mrs Catherine C. Ambrose, j 61, wife of Harry Ambrose, Ligopicr township farmer, died Monday morning at her home near Millbank. She leaves her husband, four children, two grandchildren and three sisters The funeral service will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock Interment will be in Ligonier Valley Cemetery FRANCIS A. TWARDfcSKY Francii Albert Twardesky, eight years old, son of Mr. and Mrs Albert Twar"csky of Lciscnring No. 1, died suddenly Monday morning at 4.45 o'clock Besides his pircnts, he is survived by one sister, Elizabeth Twardesky, at home Funeral arrangements have not been completed MRS. ANNA B. HUNTER GREENSBURG, Jan 25 --Mrs Anna Barbara Hunter, 83, widow of John R Hunter, died Monday at her home here. The funeral service will be held Wednesday afternoon Burial will be in Middle Churches Cemetery. MRS SALLY C. TANNER Mrs Sally Cunningham Tanner, well-known resident of Fairchancc, died Monday at the Uniontown Hospital Soviet Movie Head Fired MOSCOW, Jan 25.--Too much torch-singing and love-making in the new Russian aim version of "Treasure Island" led to the dismissal of Boris Shumiatsky, director of the Soviet movie industry, it was revealed. WASHINGTON, Jan. 25. --The purpose of President Roosevelt s special message to Congress asking supplemental national defense funos will be to make the United States immediately impregnable to foreign invasion, Administration official asserted today. In addition to a expected request for funds to start construction of two additional battleships, two or mo»e fast scout cruisers and other surfac" naval vessels, the message will asU for appropriations to remedy what both Army and Navy officials regard as the present alarming shortage of ammunition, ammunition - making machinery, anti - aircraft g u n s , searchlights, fire-control machinery, and other equipment which the military men call "material" officials said Also On AU-Collcee Team. Johnny Woodruff was also named on the all-college team as its 880- yard runner in addition to being given all-American rating by Secrciary- Treasuier Daniel J. Ferris of the atlonnl Amateur Athletic Union Mrs Emma Sala Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 25--Mrs. Emma Mishlcr Sala, wife of Ammon Sala and mother of three! children, died Saturday at her home at Davidsvillc W/iat Critics Have To Say About "IT'S LOVE m AFTER" JIMMY FIDLER Hollj wood's Famous Airviewcr IHEVLT, HAVE YOU HOLDING YOUR SIDES WITH LAUGHTER. i itKCoxarEXD FOR YOUR "MUST SETT' LIST THIS ROLLICKING COMEDY-- "IT'S LOVE I'M AFTER""THERE HASVT BEES SO MUCH F U N I N YEARS." --Silver Screen 'GLORIOUSLY FO'NY!" --Modern Screen "BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE MONTH." raves Photoplay ORPHEUM A. Notopouloi Publlx Theatre ENDS TODAY 1th ROBERT YOUNG JAMES STEWART / LIONEL BARRYMORE Plus COMEDY -- LATEST NEWS -- CARTOOX TOMORROW -- THURSDAY -- FRIDAY THE ROMANCE OF THE MONTH SPARKLING ROMANTIC COMEDY LAUGHTER! LOVE! LAUGHTER.'! On the Same Program THRILLS!! CHILLS!! THRILLS!! Also Selected Short Subjects -Latebt % New ,

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