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January 26, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26, 193S. MRSONAL MENTION Mrs. Olive Lee of South Connells- villc returned home Sunday evening after a several days' visit In Pittsburgh. She was the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. Anderson, who has been ill for the past lew months. Mrs. Lee also visited her sisters, Mrs. W. F. Dodds and Mrs. A. Glcditsch, of McKcesport. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--Soct-tf. Richard Haijhy of Bcllevuc and Miss Helen Sieman of Pittsburgh visited Mr. and Mrs. Donald Black at South Connellsville Sunday cve- · ning. Any knit suit, dry cleaned and .blocked, 70c. Simons Cnsh Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement.--24jan-4t. Mrs. H. M. Stutz of New York City returned home Monday after a '' visit with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. R. S. McKce of South PIttsburg street. Immaculate Conception Athletic .Council will hold their annual card party, .Monday, January 31st, Reccp- . .. .Uon Hall of the .Church. Door prize. . Bridge,."500".and bingo.--Advcrtlsc- . .' mcnt.--2G]an-lt.. Miss. Rosemary Schuler, Misses . - Betty -nnd Marguerite.-Dixon, students at Seton Hill College, Grccns- bvirg, arc spending the-mid-semester vacation nt their- respective homes. - · Miss Schuler has as her guest a school friend, Miss Kay Hickey, of Danville, N. Y. Miss Betty Dixon, Miss Schuler and Miss Hickey spent today in Pittsburgh. They witnessed the matinee' performance' of Hal Kemp nnd his orchestra. '.'500" and : bingo, P. H. C. Hall, ."Thursday night, 8:30. Door prize, lunch. Admission 25c.--Advertise- ment.--20jan-2t. - Miss Frances Clabaugh, an operator for the Connellsville Credit Bureau for the past two years, tendered her resignation which took ef- : feet Saturday. Cafeteria, Christian Church, Thurs- day. 11:30 to 1 and 5 to 7.--Adver- tisement.--2G]an-lt. · . : Mrs. W. W. Young and son, Howard, of Duqucsne'were guests ol : _: Mrs. .Young's brother and sister-in- law. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Durbin, of South Connellsville, Tuesday. .'Misses Gertrude and Mildred Cohen of North First street, West Side," were guests of relatives in r.Pittsburgh"ovcr" flic week-end." 'On Sunday afternoon they attended a -- bridge luncheon given at the Haddon - Hall Hotel, Pittsburgh, in honor of Mrs.' William- Cotton,. the '· former ~ Miss."Rena Hirsch.of Pittsburgh, ~~ Robert Davidson-, and-ion, C.-C. r Davidson and.the Titter's son, Harry r. Davidson, attended the father anc .". son banquet at the Beth Shalom Synagogue in Pittsburgh Tuesday evening. ','- Mrs. Graydon Whipkey of ..the T~ Pleasant Valley Country Club roac Z ' visited her sisters, Misses Nell anc T. Kitty. Giimorc, of Dunbar Tuesda " evening. Mrs. Robert T. Dickerson of Dur- £ ham, N. C., who'Is visiting her par- Z. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl K. Kramer ' of Isabella road, is ill of the grip. -- Julius Gordon, Thomas Rush, Miss ~. I-o-jise Hcavncr, Miss Eleanor Port-- erfleld and Miss Ann Kronick, the - lost of Uniontown, went to Pittsburgh ~ Tuesday evening. Met there by - Francis Soisson, thoy witnessed the ~ stage performance of Hal Kemp nnd ~ his.-qrchestra. -- Miss Mary Lou Otto will return ·" Thursday from Morgantown. W. Va. :: where she is a student at West Virginia University, to spend the mid- semester vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Otto. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mielke, Mr. andiMrs. Andrew Mielke and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mielke and Mrs. George Alexander and children of Cleveland, Ohio, have returned home after attending the funeral service for Frank Widmcr, a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Poshard, ·whose marriage was an cvent-of last Thursday, have returned from a . short wedding trip to Cleveland and ~ are residing with the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Welling, of East ~ Murphy avenue.'" -"'·-' Mrs. Clyde S.- Campbell of Race .; street, who underwent an operation ;· at the West Ponn "^Hospital, Pitts- T burgh, Is getting along "nicely.- - ' · · ·"' Dr. Louis Shrallow attended an : all-day clinic conducted today at the 7 Jenkins Arcade, Pittsburgh, - by v - Dr. ;- Sidney Sorrin, professor of perio- 7 dontha at the New York University. -- His subject was "Pyorrhea." -- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lcighiy, Miss Mary Leighty and Robert - Leighty of this city, Mr. and. Mrs. ~ William Fikc of the Summit and i Mrs. Winifred Fike of Bute attended ~ a conference of the Fayette County r Youth's Temperance Council held ;. Tuesday night at the West Penn C Terminal Building, Uniontown. They i represented the Laurel Hill Y. T. C, £ The condition of Mrs. Charles H. Balsley, who.has been. 111.foe .some ~ Jime past at her home in" North First;. street, West Side, is serious. Mrs. Bela B. Smith returned home today from Elmlra, N. Y., where she has been for the past week with a ' daughter. Miss Mabel, a student at Elmira. College, who underwent 'an' emergency appendicitis operation. Miss Smith expects to leave the hospital within a few days. After a brief stay at the home of a friend, Miss Jane Warburton, in Elmlra, she will visit a brother-in-law and sister, I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Shelley of ~ Towanda, Pa.; before resuming her ~ studies.-j_._- '·__- ·--· "-· - Mr. and Mrs. Marvin B. Prycc and : the latter's mother, Mrs. Lydia Foltz, ; attended the Dunbar Board of Trade ·. meeting Tuesday,- Mr. Pryce was a "·" speaker. · _ . Aunt Met By ROBERT QUILL "The style o' women's hats don't matter Dowdy women are goln' to look awful in anything, · and the swell ones look swell in spite o' what they wear." Grim Reaper " MRS. TJRBANA WHITE Mrs. Urbana White, 81 years old, of White Ppstofflce, widow of Cyrus M. White, who died nearly four years ago, died at 9 o'clock Tuesday night of complications after a lingering illness. She was one of the best known residents of that community. She leaves these children: Edgar M. White of Champion, Mrs. Ada Miller of Glcndo, Wyo., Mrs. .Hattic Flack of White, -Royal' H.' White of Indian Head and Mrs. Mllla Myers of White. There arc 29 grandchildren, 10 great- grandchildren and one brother, Elmer Blackburn, of Scottdalc. The funeral will bo held Friday afternoon with a brief service at the late home at 1:30 o'clock followed by full rites at the Buchanan Church of God at 2 o'clock with Rev. George W. Byrne officiating. Interment will be in the Kcslar Cemetery. ' GEORGE JIOZINEC George Hozinec, about 5G yean old, diccUTucsday. night at hi j-home at Pcrryppolis of complications after a brief illness. Mr. Hozincc, who was employed as a coal miner, -had.-served as chorister at tHc Pcrryopolis" Greek 'Catholic Church. '·'-"."..-^ A son, Andrew,'-a a- student at Perry Township High School and a member of this year's basketball team, while another son, Michael, starred on the Commodores several years · ago ' and * then was on the California ^"State Teachers' College freshmen five,- MRS. 'MARX-WILLIAMS Mrs. Mary Williams, 03 years old, died Monday. morning at 11 o'clock at her home near Ohiopylo of complications. Mrs. Williams, the wldJW of Irvln E. Williams, is survived by one son and two daughters at home. The funeral service will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home. Interment will be made THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY iLi_ SAY ITS \\\GH VOLTAGE-HE MUST H/\VE TAPPED OMH. OF THOSE POOR PAINTY LINES VvHlUE-THE VJEPE D)SH)M9 THE THE NEW LINEMAN FLAP EAI5Et HOCKJNS TUNED IN ON SOME sossip -TOO HOT- SOMERFIELD BOY ADMITS ROBBERY By United PICK. SOMERSET, Jan. 26.--Everson Kelly, 14, of Somerfleld, Pa., 'today confessed he had walked Into a Somerflold storo and taken $150 from the cash register, according to State Motor Police. The boy was apprehended at the home of n brother at Little Brownfield and hold in Somerset County Detention Home - pending arraignment before Judge Norman T. Boose. Police recovered $140 of the money. In Roebuck Cemetery. TWARDESKY FUNERAL The funeral sen-ice for Francis Albert Twardcsky, who died Monday, will be held Friday morning at Lciscnring No. 1. After a prayer at the home at 8:30 o'clock, angel moss will be celebrated at Holy Tilnity Church with Rev. W. Wisniewski, pastor, ns celebrant. Interment will be Jn Holy Trinity Cemetery at Poplar Grove. JOHN M. SIOSER John Mortimer Moscr, widely known merchant of McClcllnndtown, died Tuesday evening nt 7:50 o'clock of complications. He is survived by his wife, one son, his parents and a brother. Mr. Moscr served as assessor in German township and had been a merchant for 20 years. Mrs. John G. Haynes Dies After Operation Mrs. Jennie C. Haynes, 56 years old, wife of John G, Haynes ot 714 East Francis avenue died Tuesday night at 11:30 o'clock after a goitre operation at Homeopathic Hospital in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Haynes was widely known in the community, having spent practically all her life here. She was born May 8, 1881 at Wooddalc, a daughter of the late David and Matilda Glassburn. On January 20, 1910, she was united in man-luge to John G. Hayncs and today was to have marked their 28th anniversary. An active member of the First Presbyterian Church, she was president of the Woman's Missionary Society and teacher of the Mary and Martha Class. She was also a member of the Woman's Culture Club, serving as chairman of the garden and conservation committee, and of the Connellsville Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. Surviving besides her husband and daughter, Marjoric, arc the following brothers and sisters: Lucy L, and R. C. Glassburn of Scottdale, J. R. Glassburn of Pittsburgh, Attorney J. C. Glassburn of Uniontown, Mrs. J. W. Pcterm.-in of Fairbank and Mrs. J. L. Bell ot Connellsville. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Lipstick Aids Snoopinjr. SAN DIEGO, Cal., Jan. 26.--All in favor of women using lipstick is Ed Bealc, city chief sanitary inspector. "Lipstick leaves prints on the rim of a glass or cup nine times out of 10," he says. "As we visit restaurants and bars to check up on whether 'thcy'er washing their dishwaro thoroughly the lipstick is dead giveaway. It makes an inspector's job lots cas- -ier." NEW H a n d - p i c k e d f r o m "A Star h Born'? and My Man Godfrey" to bring you this year's Greatest Comedy!!!! Frcdlic Muck ami Circle Lombard superb Tccbnicolor picture nadc b/ producer and director oC"A Star b Born". A meny free-for-all Wet m wticl a Gtlk gat (torn Vermont steps (com CDC 'sidelines into tbe Deadlines wbik New Yorlc'i ace reporter plants a jock otk bcr jaw aod a lci« on ber lk)*l · Kiwanians to Meet With Rotary Club The Kiwanis Club's weekly meeting was changed this week to permit Joint session tomorrow with Rotary Club in order to hear the Dr. Samuel Howard Williams, professor of zoology at University of Pittsburgh, speak. Dr. Williams, a native of this city, will be a scpaker at the annual educational conference of the Connellsville city and Dunbar township schools, which opens tomorrow the High School building. Earle Orders Police Probe of Cavakanle Charges in Fayelie Mrs. Samuel Goldenson Dies of Heart Attack vision. 2. Had his secretary interview civil service examiners who hava been placed in jobs after the interviews. · 3. Has by his conduct of office created the public impression that such appointments must be approved by him. / Echard, who; was not present at the time of the conference was scheduled to open, termed the charges "trumped up" and "unfounded." Baric ordered Lieutenant Colonel Cecil Wilhclm, deputy commissioner of State Motor Police, to assign a "top man" to conduct the investigation. Wllhelm called Cavalcante into conference immediately after the inquiry was ordered. 14 KILLED BY GRENADE EXPLOSION Continued from Page One. found in the ruins of inhabited shacks. The blast shattered windows for blocks around the laboratory. It was heard for miles. Ambulances and fire apparatus were sent to the scene, and Minister of Interior Albert Sarraut went to take charge. Low-roofed temporary wooden buildings within a'radius of half a mile were wrecked by concussion. An enormous hole was blown in ihe ground where the bombs were dropped. Within a short time police had recovered bodies of flvc soldiers, including a lieutenant, and five civilians. One soldier who escaped, though he was near the explosion, said the truck had been partly filled when one case fell and its bombs, exploding, detonated all the others. Minister of Interior Sarraut announced that all victims would be given a national funeral. Mrs. Ciaudia .Myers Goldenson, f), wife ot Dr. Samuel H. Goldenson, ] Temple, and /well known in Connellsville, dle) following a heart attack last night in her New York City home, 135 Central Park West. Mrs. Goldenson became widely known through her charitable and religious activities during her residence here from 1918 to 1034 while Dr. Goldenson' presided at the local temple. Dr. Goldenson was called to New York in 1934 to become rabbi of Temple Emanu-El. Mrs. Goldenson was born hi Samdcn, Ark., the daughter of Henry Myar, banker and president of the temple there. She married Dr. Goldenson shortly after his graduation from the Hebrew Union Theological Seminary in Cincinnati. , Prior, to coming to ' Pittsburgh the couple lived in Lexington, Ky., and. Albany. She was a member of. the boards of directors of numerous civic and charitable organizations" in Pittsburgh, Albany, Philadelphia and New York. · In addition to her husband she leaves three children, Mrs. Annman Glick, Robert and William Goldenson, all of New York. In New York last night it was announced that funeral plans were incomplete. Oil and Gu Man Dies. WASHINGTON, Jan. 26--John W. Leonard, Internationally known oil and gas operator, died at the home of a sister here yesterday. He was 70. A. JfOTOPOCLOS I'UBOX THEATRE Today © Tomorrow e Friday IT'S LAUGHS YOU GET! FUN! When You See | FARCE! PATHIC KNDWLES BLORE- GEORGE BARBIER "'J'lH! I'rillC'OS of I'liiiic!" 1'lie ".itust See" Comcrty-Ilo- iiuuice of tlic Season. You'll Love It! ! ON THE SAME PROGRAM! 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