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February 8, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNETLLSVILL-E, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1333. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Margaret Smyth ot East Pat- tr.rson avenue is a patient ut the Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh. Two men's suits denned for 69c, during uur promotion special. Simons Ca*h Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- ment.-TGffib-4t. Charles Opperman of! Unior. town, who underwent a major operation Saturday morning at the Uniontown | Hospital, ib gutting along nicely. ! ·'Plain Si.ster,'' a three-aet play, auspices Tried and True Class, U. B. Church, Thursday, February Dth, 8:15 P. M. Tickets lOc and :!5i:.--- Aci vertisenien t.--7fc-b-31. Kiissic tagger, small son of Mr. and Mrf. S::ic'r of Everson, Jacky and Ark-en Mae Barber, children of Mr. and Mrs. John Barber of Alverton spent the v/ed:-cnd with their uncle and a u n f , Mr. and Mrs. John Collins and an aunt, Miss Mary Pol- kosky, ot North Pittsburg street. Bake s:;lc by Lee Etla Lodgt, Saturday. Feb. I'.th, Fox's Wall Paper ; Store.--Advertisement.--7feb-3~. Pvlrs. Catherine Sherriek oi Confluence is the guest of hsr sister, Mrs. F. C. Rose, of North Phtsburg ] street. j Card pcrty, St. Aloysius Hall, ! Dunbar, Thursday, Februa;-y 16th. ! "SCO," bridge, and other gam?;;. Door I prize, losd of coal. Admission 35c.--' j Advertisement.--Jan28-30.feb-t.rl4. Char.les 3'.'Wills underwent an operation Monday at St. 'Jrancis Hospital,' Pittsburgh. His rendition is reported to be fairly good. In ahput^a \v£;ek.he will undergo another operation. For sweethearts, wives a.r,d . mothers · · on Valentine Day--beautiful heart shaped boxes Whitnian'.-; and Reymer's .delicious candies, .2.5c to $5.00. Select your*-: now 3t Kuagy's Drug Store.--Advertisement.--feb- 8-1U. . Mrs, William Hirlemnn 'if South Pittshurg street who visited 1-ei. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward S Marsh at their winter home at Sarsc ta. Ha., returned home today. Don't forget card party i;y iadies of Immaculate Conception' Church- for benelit .athletics, Feb. 15th. Elks Kali. Lunch and prizes. Tickets 50c.--Advertisement.--feb-8-li'. Dorsey Guard and Ernest ·irifflth ef Guard, Md., were business callers here Tuesday afternoon. Wo have a ccmplcie line of Valentines for every member of the family at Kcstner's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St. Also heart shape boxes o£ Bunte's and Daggetl's chocolates .for sweethearts and mothers.--Ad- vertisement.--8feb-lt. Mrs. Margaret Marlin of Hollidays Cove, W. Va., who underwent an operation at the Gill Memorial Hospital at Steubenville, Ohio, is getting along nicely. Keagy's Drug Store certainly have the most attractive and novel Valentines on display. Make your selection now from this largo assortment. --Advertisement.--feb-8-10. Miss Martha Horky of East Cedar avenue visited at Grove City Sunday afternoon, Special! 50 up to $5 crepe dresses, $1.00. All better fall hats now 49c. Princess Shop. -- Advertisement.-- feb-8-8. Robert Guie has resumed his studies at Swarthmore College, near Philadelphia, after having spent the mid-semester Vacation with his parents, Dr. and M.rs. E. B. Guie, at Dunbar. Glamorous new spring hats at popular prices. Princess Shop.--Ad- vertisement.--8feb-lt. A. M. Montgomery, who has been ill at his home in West Fayette street, is 'reported to be improved. Martha Washington Tea, benefit Missionary Society of M. P. Church, at Mrs. J. E. Younkin's residence, 503 Vine St., Thursday afternoon, Tet. Dth, 2 to 5 P. M.--Advertise- ment.--3feb-lt. Miss Anne Trevitt of Vine street, South Connellsville, visited in Pittsburgh today. Keystone Club card party tonight, Odd Fellows Temple, 8:45, 25c.-- Advertisement.--81eb-lt. Miss Eleanor Robinson, who has been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Mary E. Younkin at South Connellsville, returned to Hardsburg Tuesday evening. Miss Hobinson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Robinson. Mrs. William Pearl of the Narrows is confined to her home with injuries to her right leg suffered when she fell down the steps at her home. Edward Fogle has returned to "Waynesburg. College alter having spent the mid-semester vacation at his home at Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Barton of Wilkinsburg visited Mrs. Barton's mother, Mrs. Eva Watson, at South Con- nellsvillc Sunday. Miss Sylvia Pearl Schmidle and school friend, Miss Elizabeth Reid, of Atlantic City, have returned to their classes at Perm State College after spending the mid-semester vacation with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Schmidle, of Snyder street. They were.'accompanied by Miss Mary Critchfleld of Ursina, enrolled ai: the same "college. AtJn nt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN "I don't wonder that nearly all shop-liftin' is clone by women. Store counters ain't full o' things that men crave." Grim Reaper SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK R. J. SCOT! iUniontowii Store Robbed by Ruse Mrs. Lucy Hyatt / New Proprietor Of Lunch Room WALTER C. BYERLY Walter C. Byerly, president and manager.. of the Charleroi Lumber Company and a native of Pennsville, died at 11 o'clock Sunday night at his home at 512 Lookout avenue, Charleroi. He was born at Pennsville Decemr ber 18, 1862, a son of Lev! and Susan Shallenberger Byerly. He had lived in Charleroi for many years. He was originally connected wi'.h the Union Lumber Company of Donora and moved to Charleroi and affiliated with Charleroi Lumbar Company, serving as. its,president, since. 1904. He"was' vice-president and secretary' of the Charleroi Home Building Company and was prominently connected with many civic enterprises during the last few years. He was a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Charleroi. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Victoria Byerly; one brother, John D. Byerly of lola, Kansas, and two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Day of Seminole, Okla., and Mrs. Sadie Hendershot of Burdette,. Kan. The funeral service was held this afternoon in charge of Rev. R. Parker Andrews, pastor of the Charleroi Methodist Episcopal Church, assisted by Rev. C. A. Hartung of Pittsburgh, a former pastor. Interment was made in Monongahela Cemetery. MISS JENNIE FINDLAY Miss Jennie M. fflndlay, 70 years old, died Monday at her home at Uniontown after an extended illness of complications. Surviving are the following brothers and sisters: Ellen, Martha and Mrs. Mary Durstein. all at home; John of McKeesport and Robert of Washington, D. C. The funeral service will be held at 9 o'clock Thursday morning at St. John's Church, Uniontown, with Rev. Thomas J. Dunn officiating. Burial will be in Chestnut Hill lemetery, Connellsville. Son @orn to Haggc-rts. A son, John Scott Haggert, was born Sunday, January 22, to Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Haggert of Clean, N.'Y. Mrs. Haggert, the former Miss Davina Mitchell of Wheeler, is reported to be in a serious condition. The bady is getting along'nicely. The Haggerts resided at South Counells- ville, until Mr. Haggert was transferred to Olean, where he is employed by the Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation. · KHIMHUH NW awcat KM «wiivn Pain Stopped! Or No Cost *or oulek rellaf Irom tha torturing pain ot £h«uni»tiim. ArthrltU. Nourltij, ScUtlcl »n4 Lumbw, UK MYACIN. the «»[e. new Kient'fit discovery that has helped thouniuU of fiifrcren. Contains no harmful, hafctt. fanntng-dmgl or narcoticB. Stopi tha most Intenso. psln In hurry, yuar- antted to trini quick relief or jwur money back, Costi only A. A. CLARKE, 3:13 N. PHtsburg St., Cpnnelisvllle. TURNER FUNERAL UNIONTOWN, Feb, 8.--The funeral service for John W. Turner, 30, who ended his life Tuesday at the little two-room cottage about two miles off the Seaton Lake road in the mountains by firing a shotgun into bis head, will be .held at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon attllcTRodaliaver funeral home at. Somerfleld,' Interment will be made:.in- a ^cemetery near Somerfleld, ~ ·'"'- Turner is survived by Bis - wife, four children and -a -number -of brothers and^sisters;---- -- MRS. THOMAS HSTHIOK CONFLUENCE, Feb. 8.--M.rs.,;Ma- tilda Catherine Hetrick, wife of Thomas Hetrick, died Monday at her home on a farm near Grantsville, Md. She had been in poor health for seven years. Born at Fort Hill January U, 1888, she was a daughter of Edward B, Hetrick and the late Lottie Cramer Durst. · She was married May 20, 1903. She leaves her husband, six children and her father. -TRE.Bi.E- BROA.D U U M P SAID -fo BE. MOSf DIFFICULT'' FEAcfS E.R-A. ROYAL 1933 Card Index System Of Velorans Buried In Westmoreland Special to ?,"he Courier. GRJSENSBURG, Feb. 8.--A cnrd index record of moce than 6,500 veterans of all wars buried in Westmoreland county has been made and the number of cards will run close to Itt.OOO, according-to Nick A. Roy, county registrar oC veteranii graves. . The card for each veteran contains 15 different items, together with the name and address of the nearest relative and the funeral director In charge of burial. BOURBON RULE PROBABLE IN SPAIN Attend Elks' Banquet. Among those Irom here who attended the annual banquet of the Grand Exalted Rulers ot Ellts Tuesday night at the William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh, were Dwight DeBoIt, Miss Olive Frost, Robert GrinUhs, Miss Edna McManus, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. William Dawson, Mi.ss Sophia Bloom, Andrew Rottler, Mr. and Mrs, James Grindle, Mr. and Mrs. William Fagan, Miss Evelyn Oaks, William Johns, Andrew Lcmpke, Miss Catherine Patrick, Charles Crowjey, Ben Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Etzio Nannml, Mr. and Mrs. George Melassanos, Dom Isola, Jaines Strawn, Larue Queer, Joseph Friel, Elmer Miller, James King, Miss Dorothy Liebert, Richard Mor.ahan, Miss Thelma Darrell, Ray Mullen, Miss Jean Mortimer, "Chubby" Jones, Miss Louise Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones, Thomas McGuire, Marie McGuh-e, Mrs. Poser, H. M. Kephart, William McNulty, Lawrence Brink, R. K. Sllcox and Ellis Zimmerman. Troop 5 Scouts Tonight. ' Boy Scouts of Troop No. 5 are requested to meet at 7 o'clock tonight at the First Methodist Episcopal ·Church. Scoutmaster Ralph F, Sliger reminds all Scouts to appear in full uniform. after an emergency operation at Connellsville State Hospital will be held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at j the home, 23D East Crawford avenue. Dr. W,. H. Hetrick, pastor oi Trinity Lutheran Church, will officiate. Burial will be Ln Hill Grove Cemetery. BRICKMAN FUNERAL The funeral service for George W. Brickman who died Tuesday morning MISS ANNA DAMCHAK Miss Anna Damchak, 63 years old, died Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pred Ribarich, Uniontown, after an extended illness. Paramount Theatre FINAL SHOWING TODAY Billy and Bobby MAUCH --in-"Penrod's Double Trouble" COMING THURSDAY LOLA LANE KELLY Bl 19 VIEUttl ClOBIS · i"' »«t!««il Plelin ·,.-. tmaM In IHmtt BMi By WALLACE CARROLL "Tnited Press Staff Correspondent. LONDON, Feb. 8.--Generalissimo Francisco Franco, Spanish nationalist icridcr, was reported today to be seeking to restore the Bourbon mon- irchy as soon as possible after his expected victory in the civil war. Previously, it was understood that the nationalists intended to rule the country dictatorially for a year or two and then invite Prince Juan, j .hird son of former King Alfonso, to j .ake the throne. | It was assumed that nny change in this plan would be made because the nationalists felt a king would be a unifying influence, and would aid the country's return to normal conditions after the long and bitter war. There were reports also that the British government might place a ivarship at the disposal of the Spanish nationalists to convey a nationalist representative to Minorca Island, the great loyalist fortified base in the Balearics, to negotiate a surrender in order to Insure that Spanish and not Italian troops occupy the island in event of a nationalist victory. British and French hopes for an early peace received a severe setback when Premier Juan Kegrin of the loyalist government announced yesterday that he. would continue the war from central Spain. Truck Hi-Jacked Along Highway From Pittsburgh UNIONTOWN, Feb. 8.--Hazards of hi-jacking trucks along the Pittsburgh-Uniontown road were brought into the open with the attemptec highway robbery of the Rose Mary Hoover transfer truck while enroute from the steel city. , Although hi-jackers have been preying on truckers between Pittsburgh and Uniontown for the past six months, nothing was publicly made known until an attempt v/?s made to loot the Fayelte county convoy. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 8.--A conrcc- Junery store operated by Mrs. N. E; Wiseman was held up and robbed by wo youlhlul bandits who got away with a quantity o£ candy, chewing um and about $7 in cash. The woman said she had just closed the store and was preparing to go upstairs to her residence when a aoy rapped on the window and she answered the call. They dashed into the store, shouting "this is a stickup," jrabbed the candy and chewing gum, riBed the register and fled. Basics Meet Tonight. Members of Connellsville Aerie, Fraternal Order of Eagles, will meet 6:30 o'clock this evening at the lodge home in South Arch street to go in a body to the home of George Brickman to conduct, the order's ! ritual. Management of the White Front Lunch Room at 153 West Cravi'ord avenue has been taken.over by Mrs. Lucy Hyatt of South Connellsville. MORNING AFTER" 'HEADACHE Meeting 1 Announced. Saint Omar Sisterhood of the Dames of Malta will meet in regular session Friday night at Odd Fellows Hall. No need to co through the day with a "hangover" headache that racks your nerves and interferes with business. Just take'liquid Cajmdine and iioto how quickly heatl clears, pep returns and nerves are calmed and steadied. Pleasant to take and doesn't unset stomach. Try it for mornlnc after. By dose at drug fountains and In 30c and 60c bottles. CAPUDINE Revised PUC Budget Approved. HARRISBUKG, Feb. B.--Governor Arthur H. James today approved a revised Public Utility Commission budget Tor January and February. But withhold approval for remainder of the biennium in "hope that further reductions can be made." Jtimcs did not announce amount of' the budget as revised. Falls In Courtroom. GREENSBURG, Feb. 8.--Mrs. Hettie Ann Smith oC Latrobe suffered a possible fracture of her left wrist when she fell as she was leaving the witness stand in the courtroom of President Judge Charles E. Whitten, Hospital Patients, Milton Theil oC 204 Edwin avenue, Scottdalc, Josephine Thomas of Lemont and Bernice Firestone of Mill Run have been admitted to ConnellB- viile State Hospital for treatment. Retired Engineer Dies, William P'dward Riley, 64, retired engineer of the Western Maryland Railway Company and a veteran ol the Spanish Wur, died Tuesduy at iiis home at Piedmont, W. Va. City In Garbage Business. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 8.--City of Uniontown enters the garbage and refuse collection business March 1 when the new incinerator at Oliver No. 3 will be put in full operation. Gradules to Meet Thursday. The Gradale Sorority will nieet at 7:45 o'clock Thursday night at the Y. M. C, A. Work for the Hospital will be taken up. TODAY and TOMORROW AGAIN M-G-M! While Johann Strauss's music touches the heart of the world ... his fiery romance brings a new thrill sensation! BIG! SPECTACULAR! RMNER-GRAWKORJUS HUGH HERBERT LIONEL ATWILL And Cost of Tfimisandf! Screen Play by Samuel Honr.natem and Walter Rcisch Directed by Julien Duyivier Also-New!?/ Novelty ON OUR STAGE TONITE AT 9 P SINGING SPECIAL VIENNESE 3I.CSU Uniontown FAMOUS STAGE PLAY! · | NOT A PICTURE! ONE Snfy MAT.EVE.,FRL, FEB. 10th JOHN BARTON L'BICES: Matinee 55c, 83c, Sl.Jd In _ Evoiiinir SSc, $1.10. $1.65 THt MOST DISCUSSED STAGE PLAY IN THEATRICAL HISTORY THEATRE TODAY · TOMORROW · FRIDAY Feature No. 1 TOM SAWVTR DETECTIVE Feature No. 2 THEY CHAINED A REBEL HEART THAT WAS BORN TO BE FREE! Miles Union.,.writing...unfor- gettoble...defying man and man-made laws. You'll thrill toTamiroff in his new rol* « .. you've never thrilled before! RIDE A CROOKED MILE AK!M TAMIROFF LE!F ERIKS0N FRANCES FARMER LYNNE OVERMAN Cumedy · ' Selected Shorts

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