IV "E SIX THE DAILY COUJUER, CONNELLSVILLE PA. 'WUUSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1S3. PERSONAL MENTION M M. Patterson of Cumberland,' formerly of Conncllsvillc, was discharged Wednesday from the Con- .nellsviHc State Hospital pnd .is convalescing at the home of his father- m-lc'v, J J Connelly, of East Green street Mrs. Patterson is also here. ;Mr Patterson, well-known ,more Ohio Railroad engineer, motored to ConnelJsvillc last Friday to look after business for the company. ifc later went to the Donnelly home, whcie he was taken suddenly ill His condition is very much Improved Miss Mary Louise Coll and school friend, Miss Helen McKenzie of Woods Hole, Mass, are spending the mid-semester vacation at Miss Coil's home in West Apple street. MIBS Coll, daughter of Mrs H. J. Coll, and Miss McKc nae arc students at Scton Hill College, Greensburg Oppman's JTaxi. Phono 700--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf Sally Long pf Pittsburgh is visit- in;; her aunt, -Mrs Sarah Guibord, of Wills Road Mrs, Eleanoi Swan of Jefferson street has returned home from Lcetsdolc where she visited her daughter, Marjonc Lee, who has been a patient at the D. F. Watson Home for the past eight weeks Mar- Jone Lee, who has been ill of in- liintile paralysis lor four years, is showing improvement i Any knit suit, dry cleaned and blocked, 70c Simons Cash Carry Cleaners --Advertisement --24jan-4t. Arthur and Lawrence Duggap, students at Duquesnc University, Pittsburgh, are spending the nud- cemester vacation with their parents, Attorney and Mrs John Duggan, Jr, of South Pittsburgh street Mr and Mrs L E. Welling and daughter, Dolores Mae, of East Murphy avcnae left Wednesday afternoon for Liggett, Kyi to visit Mrs. Wolltog's brother and sister-in-law, Pr. and l T rs H JC Butieimore They v/iU alsoVisit Mr. and Mrs Welling s Â·WHi and daughter-jn-Iavv, Mr. and Mrs Willum WcllSng, of Harlan, Ky. "500" and bingo, P H C Hall, ^Thursday night, 8 30 Door pruo, )unch Admission 25c --Advcrtise- .ment.--26jan-2t Miss Rachel Frisbec, a Juoior at Scton Hill College, Greensburg, spending the nud-scjnester vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Frjbbee, of East Crawford Avenue Miss Jsabelle Humphrey, enrolled at Seton Hjll College, is spending the ^nid-semester vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs ErnoÂ«t R Kooser of Gallatm avenue. Miss Humphrey /csides with the Kooscrs. Corsages for President's Pall, as Jow us SI 00: P. K DcMuth Sons --Advertisement --27aan-3t. Mrs C H Bloom, who had been the guest of Mrs. C. JE. Reynolds of Â£ast Patterson avenue and other Aunt Het ' By ROBERT QU1LLEN "I hope Pa don't buy pants and underclothes that fasten with Uppers. The only real .pleasure he has ii feelin' sorry lor himself when I forget to sew.cn a buttop." 'One Thing' Sermon Of Betty Weakland Another large aydience gathered n the First Baptist Church Wednesday evening to he. Miss Betty Weakland preach on "One Thing' After an inspiring song service di- reeted by Mrs J. Roy Weakland Herbert Brownlee, who is home from school ior the week-end, led in prayer. As Miss Weakland bc.jan her sermon, sac said "J am not going to take a text tonight but as a substitute for a text I shall take a phrase that appears a number of times in the Bible--'One Thing' 'It is marvelous how imporlan one thing may be A mMn sprioi in a watch is but one thing, bu without that one thing the watch ^ useless when it comes to telling time A compass on a ship is only on thing, but without it po one vvouli venture to sail on p ship lor fear might become a coOln in a watery grove. 'Joshua said at the close of his .long .and adventurous career us h was reviewing the past of the Chil ircn of Isioul, 'Not one tiling tha the Lord has promised ,has failed .Man's jproioises fail many times be .cause even though they huvt th will to keep their promises (he sometimes lack the ability to do so God off era exceeding great promise but His power Is equal to His love 'One thing is needful--that )s it sit at Jesus' feet 85 Mary did The we will know vyb,at others do no know because we taken time to friends here since New Years Pve, at J^ feet and learn of Him returned Tuesday to the home of her ,, ^ his o " c * ia S ' d Â°--* '"Â·Â« soa-m-law and daughter, Mr and toc ^ a " d P r Â«Â« onward,' said th, Mrs, Raymond Wyli? of Carnegie. "P 030 * , p TM } , SÂ° mc P 60 ?' 6 Br Mis Bloom is the wfc of RW. alwa y s UUn S to *e past They Eicon?, former pastor of the First that we can nevei have great re Christian Church of Connellsville ^ lvajs Â£** Â« hcy hoJ W or 50 ycir Penny Jbiogo, Jr O U A M . Odd ogo F Â°rset the post, pray an Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg St,| vork and we 5aoU * ov Â« R'onous re Friday n;ght, 8 30 --Adveitiscroejat. y "TMf for thc flclds * rc "P e for Dar --27jan 2t v est' Mrs Frcdia Ar/enbc^er of WJ1 \ r^*?^^^^* Run was a Conncllsville visitoi Wed- \ * "VÂ«iis ui wÂ»: nv*. xnuusana nesday I " " Miss MaiWw Duggafl, Â» Mpho.moi-e J f IJIM Will /rt West Virginia University At M o r - ! W M , gantown, will arrive Friday to spuid SfifVlfB III BfiO the mid-,semester vacation with her *vÂ»-Â»Â«*v ni VVH parcnti, Mi and Mrs. Edward L i Duggan, of South EigWh street. The Lottie Bradley Class of th Cre-enwod JSyungclical Church at South Con Coats, one-half piicc and less. A l l ' nellsvillc will attend revival service dresses reduced Princess Shop -- at the church this evening Mcmbc' Adv crtisement --27jao-2t are requested to be at the church s Miss Louise Budd of West Park,, 7iSO o'clock jn order to go into th McKees Rocks, formerly of Dawson, services m a body. Evcrv mcmbc Js visiting her brother-in-law and i i s "1 s " urged to have a friend accom sister, Mr. and Mrs Richard H Dam 'pany them, of Davvson I John Harper of DjWjÂ»n visited Service for Mrs lllynes. fri^rids in Umontovvn Thursday I The officers of the Order of th e-venmg | Eastew Star will eorduct a tuner Mrs Charles J Gual of Daw son I service for Mrs John G Haynes spent ovo the week-end with her her homo in East Francis avcnu daughter, Miss TheiÂ«sa, private! thiÂ» evening at 1M5 o'clock nwsc at the Meicy Hospital, and Miss Anne Jfewton, both of Pittsburgh Miss Grace LaRaw of South Pitts- burg street left this morning Washington, D, C, to vjÂ»it her sister MJSS Lodutli LaRaw. Last Times Today CihiurJ .Kvcwt Jj) 'Wild Money Gang War Hits th* KihiurJ Â£vcTÂ«;(t Hortiin Jj) " " nidi 0 term a ii linker 1'orter JtÂ»)i Hull) Culciuan Lncian JJlUefiold Colin Tuple; FIUDAY (Â»t/Y nstor LADY FHQ N O W H E R E CHARLES QUIGLEY T B U B S T O N H A L L BANK NIGHT $325.00 and $100.00 Grim Reaper WILLIAM N. STAFFORD William JV'oiris Stafford, 30 years d, formeily of Connellsville, died ucsday evening pt 7 30 o'clock at a capital in -Topeka, Kan Employed ir moie than a year .in Topcka Mr Afford was stricken suddenly with cerebral hemorrhage He was lorn in Connellsville, a son of Mr. ,d jMrs. PeWitt Stafford of Browns- Ule, and w^ien he was but a -small illd the family located at Browns- illc. His wife died more than a car ago. Besides his parents, he is : urvived by the -following brothers nd sisters' Robert and Joseph tafCord and Mrs Lulu Stafford Lowe, Brpwnsv^lc, Mis Helen loffoj, Pittsburgh, and Mrs JVIar- aret Stafford VanGilder, Union- own Â·The funeral service will be held unday afternoon at 2 o'clpck at Stafford home nt Brownsville Surial will be in Hill Oiovc Cemc- ery, Connellsville CLAKENCE M. FAULKNFR Mrs Alonzo Lciciilitcr of 414 Jcff- rson slieet received word thisrnorn- ng of the dcith of her brolhor-m- nvv, Clarence M Faulkner, of Akon, Ohio, who, with his wife, form- rjy resided jn Conncllsville Mr. Faulkner is survived by Ills widow, louncrly Miss Florence McCarty of Harpers Fcrrv. He was uncle of Mrs Lutlier Huney nnd Robert A Leichliter of Connelisv ille, brother of Mrs Annie Allison of vv York and a brother-in-law of rtrs Thomas Martin of Hill street Charles McCarty of Swjisvolc nnd Jarry McCarty ot Nortliside, Pittsburgh. The funeral service w^l be held 'riday afternoon'nt 1 o'clock at the 311Iows CompiUiy Ivuieral jparlors ot Alvon DR. WILLIAMS SCORES OUSTING OF B. JB, SMITH Continued from Page One. lology at the University of Pitts- urgh 'What we need today,' said Dr Villmms, "is more of the spirit of harity, more honesty in business Vc need to reestablish cultuiol deals We need -to put more chanty our .attitude toward men who lave given years of their lives in ur service God knows you ought o have known years before whether his was a good man or nou" The last Deference was to Supcr- ntendent Snuth, who came to Cpn- icllsville -while ProJ. WttUams, then a resident of the city, was a sophomore in High School Previously Prof Williams, iccall- ng his dÂ»5 tn school here and the nnucncc rnca. and women on toe caching corps wad others had on his ifc, had .referred to Miss Helen N CarroJJ as one ot the good influences and one of the best touchers he had mown and .had put Mr, Smith In :he same category Twenty-seven years have passed since Prof. Wjlhumi left CpAnells- vllle The impressions of the yeais jefore are indelibly impressed, he said, though memories of some 20 years since have fnded Boys and girl;, of today are not much different from those of yesteryear, he indicated They are taught norals, ethics, the philosophy of Ufc, he cultural things The adult popu- ation, he said, is In vastly greater need of education Boys and girls leave college, he -said, with high 1VILUAM II. THOMAS William H Thomas, 58 years old died Wedncsdiv ut bis home at Isaella after nn illness of complications He was a jpntive of German township .and hod been employed as a carpenter at Isabella. FUNERAL The fur.ual of George Hozinoc, 85 years old, chorister of St Jvicholaj Jreek Culbolic Cliurcli of Pcrryopo- ij who died Tuesday night at his icmc Jin the parsonage there, will be icld on Saturday morning vvjth requiem high mnia at 9 o'clock in ;be church. Durul will be made in e church cemetery iAr, Hozincc is, survived by bis wife, Earb.irn. three sons, John, Andrew and Michac-i; two daughters Mary and Irene, and one Frank, of Pcrryopous brother HAYNES FU.VtRAL Funeral service for Mrs John G Havnes, who died Tuesday cvcnto; at the Homepathic Ifojpit.il in Pitts burgli will be held Fridav afternoon with a prayer at the home in Francl avenue .it 2 o'clock end a service a the First Presbyterian Church at 2 3 o'clock w ith Rev, Karl II. J, Schoen born, pastor, officiating iQtermczi will be mode in Mount Olive Ceme tcry. MBS. BKUCfc AN6ELI. SCOITOALE, J.U1 27--Mrs Id R.unugc Ansell, 69 yeais old, v/idov of Bruce Ansejl, died Wedncsda afternoon At her homo at Valley where- she had lived for a number o years Shi' is survived by the fol lowing chjldrcn' Robert, Valli-y Hurry, Continental 1, Mrs Ann Sneezes With Whistle dictatorship not or.ly io othc rcoun-j.-, , tries but in the United States as well }Â·Â«!,' ' Don t lake d e m o c r a c y for gjanted," he warned, 'for it isn't safe to do tliat' into a dicuMO/j of our Mrs. Belly Grate .. j, Iius niyÂ«lcriouK tnulitdy A3 if continuous sneezing weren't enough, Mrs Betty Grose, 24, of Oakland Cal. bewilders medicos with a "whistling car" At time* she sneezes am] whistles alternately Sometimes the whistling sound comes through her ear for 10-sccond periods --Central Frcu ambitions, the make their determination to They are plunged into on cnvnonment against obstaeles that leaves them utterly discouraged Dr Alonzo F, Myers of Use school of education of the XJÂ«iveÂ»sity of New Xorx was also a guest at the luncheon and was introduced by President K K. Smith ot the Rotary Club. i-erry Graiice Womeu Quilt. Women of Pcwyopolis Grunge held all-day quilting at the home of Mrs. O A Luce Â«t Perrjopolis on Wednesday with thirty-two in attendance The occaMoij was also the annivocsary of Mrs Luce's birthduy Plans were jnade for u baruar and bingo party to be held later vi the winter Dinner was served by Uic hostess Duiuchter to boldouo Home. A daughter, weighing (lye poucds and Duincd Elizabeth Joan, was born ut 8JO o'clock Sunday Bight to Mr and Mrs. Nick J. Soldano al the home- of Mrs. ixildanoVs parents, Mr and Mrs John Swopc of Whccicr It la the lirst child in the family and the first grandchild of the Swopo. Home*. You will find desirable homes and home files advertised la our flcd columns. Bair and Mrj. Ethel Pur/ltt, Mount Pleasant; Mm Mabel Bohcit, nt home; also 18 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren Â«nd three sis- tern nnd two brothers They are Mrs Molllc Shive*, Pittsburgh; MrÂ». Anna Springer, Connellsville; Mrs. Lydia Martin, New Alexandria; James Rnmige, Pittsburgh and Washington Homage, CcxuKlLsviUe. Funeral service* will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o clock at the home Burial will be in Scoltdalc Cemetery. Coker Debate Team Arranges Exhibitions Connellsulle Jiigh School will participite in foui "exhibition" contest 1 , dunng die month of February as they prime themselves for thp anmnt I'.ivctle county eliminations in tlia Pennsylvania Foiensic Music League The topic for debate this year is, "Resolved That the Several States Should Adopt a Unicameral System ot Legislation." On Tuesday afternoon, February 1, at 4 o'clock the Cokers will go to Eist Huntingdon Township High School and at 8 o clock that evening the ipeaUcis will appear before toe Junior Culture Club m Carnegie Free tabraiy. FOUR PAROLED, TWO SENTENCED AFTER STEALING GKEKjNbOUHG, Jon 27,--Harry Ccroni and Louis Spint.Ha of Mount Plcnsant uort. pliced on parole for two yejrx by Judge Kiehard D, Lairt Â«ben t!ie pleaded guilty of steal a washing maehinc from u porch Â»t t l ie home of Mr. and Mrs Silvis Damatos .it Mount Pleasant. The washing machine, valued at $100, has been recovered by county cU'tecttvei snd will be returned to the Dimato'i fimily Kdwird Zclemk. 14, and Mike Hntz, 13 of Mount Pleasant township were sentenced to Oakdale and Andrew Po!;ikov}, 13, of that place paroled when they were arraigned on charges of cnUrjng a store of the Union Supply Company oa December 17 and taking kmveJ, clgarels and confe'ctioncry Zelcnalf and Louis Koualcwski, 15, also of Mount Pleasa/it township, were charged with brvalune Â»)U Uie store of John Sme-lKo on November 17 and Uking $20 in ca^h, eigarcls nnd chewing gum Kottaleivski woi placed on pnrolc For Prof. .Te!!s TescÂ«srs S. J. SMUTZ, CREDIT BUREAU HEAD, DIES; AILING FOR MONTH Continued f (joaid of Â«Â·"Â«*Â« m Pege One, Â·"* HnancW soc- Coottuucd from Page One mcnt .011$ been giowtag strongci for!' e Vl r i , . . ,. " e I c l v s h ' wife Mary piescot education jylem ^etup, the .peakei said it was one ot the most mjanoa otic totltutions in our de- inocracy 'JSach ieacjjer is Â«ui ugtocrat---a little czar--ordering the children and responsible tor the shap- j)g of thefr Xuture life," he declared 'The same is true all down the line," he continued, "the superintendent nd principal not exeepted " "Our educational system was set up in this country over ja century ago with untrained teachers placed in charge. This was necessary because there were no educated instructors obtainable but today we New TODAY Â· TOMORROW e SATURDAY 1 J* ^StA.tlC IM SEtZNICK rNTERNATIONAl'S SENSATIONAl TECHNICOIOR COMEOT Â·7^- C H A R L E S W I N N I N 6 E R WALTER C O H i f O L L Y BY T H E P R O D U C E D A N D D I R E C T O R O f " A S T A B I S B O R N D A T I D 0 . S E I Z N I C K aJL V I L L I A H d W E L L M A N lay iy B E R HECHI - *eL**eJL tLta B H I U D A R T I S T S Ellen . and Oglevee, with whom be was united in marriage in 1906, and two daughters, Miss Mary Elizabeth, a teacher !n Western State Teachers' College at Kalamazoo, Mich., and have ncarjy overcome that handicap," J)r, Myers averred. The problem today is whether to teach past, present or future, he sold. As it is now, the old system deals primarily with the past but Dr. Myers believes B change should be effected so that every possible effort can be made to anticipate the future and at the some lime deal with the present, yet practically disregard the past Dr Myers described the teaching of arithmetic to children in the elementary classes, except possibly the fifth or sixth grades Hft Bald the children could learn as much or possibly more arithmetic if taught only one year, preferably In the sixth grade than could be taught them under the present system. He said that the only reason that teachers today teach the subject to the joungstcrs is because they don't have anything else to teach them and want to (111 up the time. Dr. Pauline Beery Mack, professor of textile chemistry and director of home economics research at State College, discussed "Science in Modern Life" showing how large a part SCUOTCC played to the Jives of people such as In housing, foods nnd bealth, clothing end amusements She told her audience of the number of tests being taken to show the nutritional status of Individuals The value of these tests depends on the action Ukcn by the Individual for it clearly shows what vitamins are needed by the body and should be added to his or her diet. Dr. Mack dwelt on the importance of vitamin A, pointing out that many times defective sight has been aided when sufficient vitamin A had been included in a person's regular diet. Other tests revealed that the majority of people tested for Iron in the blood were found to be Jow m this mineral and have since changed their diet thereby improving their health Miss Frances Roberta, a teacher In the Connellsville Junior High School. There Js one brother, Byron Scott Smutz, of Washington state. Mr Smutz was an active member of the Kuvanis Club and the First Presbyterian Church. The body was removed by Funeral Director Charles C. Mitchell to bis South Pittsburg street chapel where it was picpared for burial. Then it was taken to the home at 203 East Cedar avenue, where it will remain until about 10 o'clock Saturday morning when it will be removed to the First Presbyterian Church to lie in stole until 2-30 o'clock in the afternoon. At that hour the funeral bcrvice will be held. Rev. Karl H. J. Schoenborn, pastor, will officiate, assisted by Dr. J, L. Proudflt, retired pastor Interment will be in Dickerson Run Union Cemetery. Will Jfcct Tonight. The East Liberty Fancywork club will meet this evening at the home of Mrs .O. S Oglevee oÂ£ Liberty. 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