The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 9, 1939 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 9, 1939
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PAGE SIX. THE DAIJ.T COURIER, CONNEL,LSVIL1,E, PA'. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1933. PERSONAL MENTIOf)l Thomas Rush, who was ill with grip ;it his home in South Prospect street, is able to be- about. Two men's bulls cleaned for G9c, during our promotion special. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- ment.--6feb-4t. W. R. Wampler of Pittsburgh was a Connellsville business caller today. "Plain Sister," a three-act play, auspices Tried and True Class, U. B. Church, Thursday, February 9th, 8:15 P. M. Tickets iflc and 25:.-- Advertisement.--7feb-3t. Claire Costcllo of South Connellsville lull Tuesday evening for Jersey City u'hci'c he will be employed. Bake sale by Lee Etta Lodge, Saturday, Feb. Hth, Fox's Wall Paper Store.--Advertisement.--7feb-3t. ( Mrs. James Orr and children, Tamara and Gould, of Huntington, W. Va., arc visiting Mrs. Orr's par- en ly, Mr. and Mrs. C. Gould Hyatt, o£ Wills road. We have a complete line oX Valentines for every member o£. the family at Kestner's Bouk Store, 125 W. Apple St. Also heart shape boxes of Eunte's and Duggett's chocolates to\- s\vccthearts and mothers.--Ad- vertisement.--8feb-4t,~ Robert Coughcnour ot Woodlaivn avenue has returned from a few weeks' visit with friends in Philadelphia. Special! 50 up to 55 crepe dresses, $1.00. Alt better fall hats now 49c. Princess Shop. --Advertisement. -- fcb-B-9. Joseph and sons of Mr. and Mrs, Samuo] D. Oppenheim of East Green street, are able to be about after a few weeks' illness. Get Fayette's delicious Hard Rolls at ybur favorite grocer's every Fri- day.--Advertisement.--9feb-lt. -Mrs. Z. S. Moon of Carnegie ave- Aunt Het «- By ROBERT QU1LLEN "I reckon it's a good thing that most women are poor. If they could buy everything they want, they wouldn't have no place to put it." Grim Reaper M'auricu Oppcuheim, MRS. ISAAC II. BAUGH Ivirs. Mary E. Baugh, 7G years old, wife of .Isaac H. Baugh, died at 1:30 o'clock this morning at her home at Perryopolis after a month's illness. Mrs. Es-.^n, a daughter of the IsUc I._ R. and Ruth A. Hall, was bom near the Fail-view M. E. Church in Jefferson township on July fj, 1802. She is survived by her husband and one brother, William Hall, o£ Cambridge, Ohio, 'Mr. and Mrs, Buugh celebrated thoh' golden wedding nfimvyrsary thrce years ago last December 27. The couple had spent their married T , . , , , , ! life in Perryopolis. Mrs, Baush was Havrisburs where she spent several j a mcmbcr o£ the Lariics , Aid | ocict weeks « s _ t n o guest o£ her son a n d j a n d the woman's Missionary SocU-ly daughter-in-Jaw, Mr. and Mrs. Leo ol the Perryopolis Christian Church, M °° n - . . .. . . , ! the Perryopolis Grange, the Franklin Handsome spnns tailored jacket! ;jlissio Socic . and t ,, c Pc suits, shawms at the ·Princess Shop, j Dpo]is Woman - s Christian Tcmper- --Advertisement.--S£eb-lt. ance u nion . Mrs. James Charlesworth of Pearl j The funeral service will be held *t street has returned from Masontown I 2 o'clock Sunday altcrnoon nt the where she visited at the home of h?r home. Rev. Fred Fink, pastor oC the son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Perryopolis Christian Church, will Mrs. Warren Decker. Mrs. Decker, who has been ill, is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'Toole ol Pittsburg street, Scottdale, were, shopping in Connellsville-Wednesday. Mrs. George Queer of. Mount Pleasant was a shopper and visitor here i will be in Mount'w'ashington Cerne- Wednesday.- · · i tery. Mrs. Anna Schrock, who has been ' 111 for some time past at her home, 227 East Fatrview avenue, is able to officiate, assisted by Rev. Fred B-. Grimm, pastor o£ the Perryopolis Methodist Episcopal Church, and Rev, S. W. Bryan, pastor ot the Van- derbUt Methodist Episcopal Church, formerly of Ferryopolis." Interment be up in her room for a short time each day. Misses Catherine and Louise Wilhelm have moved from the Mitchel] Apartment, South Pittsburgh street, to Race street. Mr. and Mrs. John Weaver of Smithfield are guests of Mr. and Mrs; Edward S. Marsh at their winter home at Sarasota, Fla. PETER VESELT .Peter Vesely, 76, former black- Doubts Groundhog Weafher Forecast W. W. Crouse, Republican central committeeman of South Connellsville, seriously doubts the veracity o£ Br'er Groundhog whose prognostication Februai^y 2 called for six more weeks of winter. It's all because ol a blacksnake, too. Wednesday noon Mr. Crouse was busily engaged washing the dinner dishes when "something" near the grape arbor in his back yard attracted his attention. Unable to get a good view through the window he went outside to .investigate. The object of his curiosity turned out to be a large blacksnake enjoying the warmth of the sun. : ."This is a sure sign that winter, is broken," "There'll declared . Mr. .Crouse. be no more severe cold ·weather despite ' the groundhog's prediction." Stork at Hospital. .. There were, two births at . Connellsville State Hospital overnight. A son arrived at 8:-15 A. M. today for Mr. and Mrs. Michnel Mader of Pine street, South Connellsville, and a daughter was born at 7:30 P. M. Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cunningham of Ohiopyle. Daughter Born to Baughrnans. Mr. and Mrs. William Baughrnan of South Pittsburg street announce the birth of a daughter, Virginia Jean, Monday, February 6, at their home. The baby is the second girl in the family, the other being Beverly Ann. Mrs. Baughman is the former Miss Virginia Corvin. J. Park -Williams Resigns. J. Park Williams, for 12 years a member ot Brownsville High School faculty, "has resigned to take a position with J. Winston Company ot BuffaJo, K. Y., a book publishing concern. He had been faculty alh- tetic manager. Ncmacolin Resumes Friday. Operations at the Nemacolin mine jf. the Buckeye' Coal Company, dosed down last week by fire, will oe resumed Friday, it was an- ibunced. · smith and retired merchant of Gillespic, near _FayelU:_ City, died Tuesday morning at his^homc. ~ He is survived by his mother.-rilrs. Mary Vesely; his wife, Mrs. Frances Vesely, and nine children, Peter, Jr., Stephen, Edward, Mary, Frances, Anna and Margaret, all at home, i John, a student at Georgetown ! versity, and Joseph, a student at St. j Vincent College. There yrc also J four brothers, Victor of South Nor- j folk, Conn., Michael of Now York) City, Frank of Fayette City and | Stephen of Perryopolis. The funeral mass will be held at o'clock Friday morning in St. Ed- · ward's Roman Catholic Church at i Fayette City. Interment will follow j in Mt. Calvary Cemetery at " Coal Center. GEORGE W. DULLER GREENSBURG, Feb. 9.--George W. Miller, 87, died Wednesday at the home of his son, J. C. Miller, Greensburg, R. 13. .5: He is..survived by his son, a .daughter,. Mrs.:. George ·Hoffer of near. Stahlstown; a brother, Jacob of Mount Pleasant, 12 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. The funeral .service will be held at 2:30 o'clock- Friday afternoon at the Stahlstown ..Methodist Protestant Church in charge of Rev. R. L. Carraway, pastor. Interment will be in Porch Cemetery near Stahlstown. CiARK CHIPPS Clark Chipps, 59 years old, well- known farmer of Georges township died suddenly at noon Wednesday while walking in the vicinity of his homestead near Gilmore. His body was discovered" by a son, Ernest. Medical examination revealed that he had been dead for several hoursi Death was attributed to heart dis- MRS ANNA LOVETT Mrs. Anna Lovett, about 42 years old, wife of Leon Lovett and a sister of Mrs. Ira D. Younkin c£ West Peach street, died suddenly Wefines- 5COTTS SCRAP BOOK By R.J.SCOTT Nomination Rejected Flojd H. Roberts Thp judiciary committee adhered to Senato tradition on patronage and voiced a re verb* rating "no" to nomination of Floyd H. Roberta by the President as federal district j«dpc of Virginia. Nomination was emphatically disapproved by Senators Carter Glass and Hurry Byftl who stated their recommendation bud been ifn:orv.i. Tuberculin Tests Urged for Schools Dr. Clendening Passes On Suggestion of Specialist That All Teachers By LOGAN CLENDEMNG, M, D. IN A DISCUSSION the other night b.v one of the leaders of th* movement to eradicate tubercultwiu in the United Sutea, he made four especially important points. First, he emphasised lht value of the use of the tuberculin test in examining all w±ocl children, hiph Achool children, and especially tcach- ora. Tha rtJtson for the ejuimina- tiim at te*:bcr» ia that tuberculosis of the loners probably U transmitted cnlindj.* by contact from one person to the other--usually from an adoit to n child. The adult who is a carrier is entirely innocent and h*a no Dr. Ctendening wi(i answer qufstio:i4s of Rtintrftl interest only, nnd *-hcn only through hta column. Goes to New Salem. Rev, Basil S troy on, pastor of the Russian Orthodox Church at Mon- ongahcJa, has been transferred to the pastorate of St. Mary's Catholic Church at New Salem. His congregation, however, is appealing to the church bishop not to make the change.* Child Dies in FaK. MONESSEN, Feb. 9.--Charles Holloway, Jr.,.four years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. CharJcs HoUoway of Mon- esscn, formerly of Rices Landing, was killed! instantly in a plunge from a high, narrow porch in the rear of the family aparlmerrt home. His neck was broken. id?ji of the existence . Tubcrcu!oM5 may be a disease fli- most entire!? tt-ithaat syrnptom^. The teacher ascribes the cougrb to nasal catarrh, nervousness, any one of a docn things besides facing the possibility an examination should be made. There arc many cases of teachers who have left home perfectly healthy, gone to a normal school and caught the disease from another student. Then this infected teacher ia tranf trred to a teaching institution where she cornea in contact with pupils, and a large proportion of them develop some type of tuberculosis. Can. Sc Eliminated This can all be eliminated by in- eisting 1 upon a tabcrculln teat for every teacher as be or she begins the vocational career. Wlu'le we can arrest tuberculosis once it is started, we cannot stop the spreading of the g^rma and, there- Tore, the only thin^ to do is to isolate tho source of infection. This Be Examined, Too v*4 the second point made by the tuberculosis specialist. His third point -was that the tuberculin reaction is 100 per cent efficient. If a person has had tuberculosis at any time :n his life, whether active or posihx, he will react positively. The Uiberculfn test, then, is simply the first step in determining the status of a tabercaJoua indi- ridual. The second step is to hare an X-ray picture of the cheat made to s*e whether the case is "open". If it in, it should be treated. The best method of trcatinc an open case today is collapse of the lung, or coUpe of the chest. Nothing else teems to be cf permanent value. Final Step The final step in the attack against tuberculosis is the removal of the other important source of conlatpon besides human beings, infected catlJe, This was discussed in the article yesterday. With these measures, the universal use of tuberculin tcaung, foHow- insp back on infected case to the source, quarantining- the source and closing: optn forms of tuberculosis, we may expect to reduce the incidence of tuberculosis to the vanishing point. Tho actual number of deaths from tuberculosis has dc creased steadily, but the decrease hfti come virtually to a standstill niece the depression. Most communities are unable to apply universal tuberculin tests on. account of economies, but in order to eradicate this plague finally, such measures will have to bo adopted. EDITOR'S NOTE: S*vtst panspftUu faj OY. Clettdvulnc t*n BOW t« obtained by MitcUnc 10 ernta in coin, for e*ch. and A fttU-*ddrru«4 cirrck[« »t*mp*ii vrith a lirw-cen!: ttmp. to Dr. Logan Clraden- Jnsr, In c»r» of thi* p*per. Tb» t»«oabJ«t* ar«: "TTir«i We*la' K«ductn? Dirt", "Indirection Bud ConitipxtJan". "Redacinc and CuJnln^", "Jnffcnt Fcn3iac", "Jn- "tructlon* (or the Tratmrat of DIab«tet". "Femlaine Hnrfen*" *nd "Tha C*re of th« Hair and SkJn." day afternoon at her home at Morrls- ville. A daughter, Clara, at home, also survives. Having frequently visited at the Younk'm home, Mrs. Lovett had a number of friends here. Mrs. Younkin and daughter, Miss Grace, left this morning for Morris- viJIe and Mayor Younkin will leave Friday to attend the funeral service, to be held Saturday morning at the home. Doctors «ay your Icidoeys contain 15 miles of tiny tubes or filters which help to purity ths blood and keep vou healthy. Most people pass bout 3 jjtnla a day or about 3 pounds of wast*. Frequent or scanty passagu with acnnrting tnd burmnc showa there may bo something wrong with your kidneys orbladrter. An excess ol acids.or poiszm in your blood, when due to Iimctiona.1 kidney -disorders, may be the cuso of nagglnc bickache* rbeumatio p«ins, !«c pains. Jews ol jpep and enerjy, e*t- lics up niEtilB, itwellinc. puftineea under tha eyes, headaches »nd dJssmtw. Don't wait! Ask your druggist for Dam's rilla, u«d successfully by millions for over 40 ( ear*. Ttty give hippy rrhX »nd »il] help the 5 raU« of JkMupy tubss flush out noiaonoui ·wufe I torn your blood. Get Down's PilJi. TODAY ONLY Here SB brand new Torchy Blaae...who takes the air to bring you a grand new set of thrills! LOU LANE PAUL KELLY DlFKUd b WILLIAM CLEMENS · I-risenled bj W»«NER BRDS. · A Flrat niUeul Pict«_n COMING F USD AY . . . But that was before he met this tough, fist- tossing 10- year old kid who taught him how to fight--witri- out lo intermediate Report by NLRB In WeirJon Steel Case By United Press. PITTSBURGH, Feb. 9.--The Ka- onal Labor Belations Board an- ounced today that no intermediate port will be tiled by the trial ex- miners in the Weirton Steel Commy case and that the 39,000 page ;cord will be taken directly under ie consideration ol the three man ourd. The board's order stated the board ill issue a proposed order along ith proposed findings of fact and inclusions of law in place of the sual intermediate report. Mcrgeufhau Says ProfiSRealized by Stabilization Fund nited Welfare Club To Mark Anniversary The United Welfare Club will hold 5 eighth anniversary celebration riday night at the Rocky Mount aplist Church. Rev. G. H. Greaves ·ill preach the annual sermon. An tvitalion is extended to the public » attend and all members are urged i be present. COOGAN'S SUIT TO BE DROPPED WASHINGTON, Feb. 9.--Secretary' of the Tr.easury Henry Margienthgu, Jr., today made public a letter to . Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., R., I Mass., revealing that the $2,000,000,| 000 stabilization fund has made a net profit of $12,000,000. : Morgenthau told his press conference that the profit is now the highest it has ever been. He emphasized that none of it -was earned by speculation. ' ' , Lodge had asked Morgenthau to confirm a statement made by Senate Majority Leader Alben "W. Barklcy, D., Ky., that the stabilization fund profit approximated $12,000,000. Takes Secretarial Post. Miss Annabelle Sherrick, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Earl C. Sherrick of East Fairview avenue, was graduated Friday from Miss Conley's Secretarial School for Women in I Pittsburgh. She has accepted a posi- I tion as .secretary to Miss Ruth Buck' waiter of the Kingsley Settlement Association in Pittsburgh and will begin her new duties February 15. Sy United Press. HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 9.--A scltlc- noni of Jackie Coogan's suit against is mother and stepfather is ail but omplc-te, U was announced today. ie is suing for an accounting ol ihe 4,000,000 he purportedly earned as : child actor. There were rumors he former child movie star would » ··/ *i T «** .ccept $100,000 for dropping his s u i t ) §§ lOIir N0SS 3 13^61? gainst Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. fa your noac irriutcd--is it stopped up an d 3emst£in. cloEeed with mucus--does your throat get ohoked with pfaleKm--nre you losing vour aeose of tute »nd gmoU due to a cold? Get happy relief with Mentbolatum today. What n joy to wako up in tho morninR -with a clearer head! When applied in tlie noslrila--McntholaUam BIV« off vapors for hours. Its aoothinff, coolioc action helps break up choking tnucue, · relieve irritatloa and open up breathtoK paaaaacs. Alentbolatutn stAya put and brings happy relief with emy breath. Used by millions for over 40 year*. Atk your druggist for Mcotholatum today. In ;an or tubes. 3Q£. Hospital Patients. Mrs. Fidcies Hunt of Uniontown, Vancy Lee Heintzclman ol New lalem and Edward Voda of South . Connellsville have been admitted to ! Conncllsville State Hospital f o r ! treatment. \ America's Sweethearts Want Flowers- for St. Valentine's Day . . . Feb. 14th. Why do they want flowers above everything else? Because St. Valentine's is a day of romance... And flowers have a way of saying "I love you" as no other gift ca.ii* P. R. DeMUTH SONS At 2few Location, 10S So. Pittsbursr St. Connellsville 51 PHONE Scottdale 834 FAMOUS STAGE PLAY: Unlonlown NOT A PICTURE! Mat. Tomorrow, 3 P.M.-Eve.8:30 Bpic JOHN BARTON I'KICES: tfatiuec »»c, 83c, $1.10 Evening S3c, $1.10, S1.C5 THE MOST DISCUSSED STAGE PLAY IN THEATRICAL HttTORY FOK PKATCKE TIME CALL 599 Last Times Today-- Thundering over the roar of battle... the cry that turns a million eyes to the sky SOISSON THEATRE TODAY and TOMORROW SHUCKS! Oetectin' is easy as pie. All you do is ketch the criminal.,. DONALD O'CONNOR BiLLY COOK Curuedy » News Selected Shorts You'll thrill to him In his n«w roU ai you've niv«r thrilled b.for*! AK!M YAFfiiROFF LEIF E R i K S Q N Fi^HOES FARMER LYNNE OVERMAN J. M. Kerrigan · John MHjan Wnttii ki AUNCD C. CMIH

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