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February 10, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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H PAGE SIX THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEIiSVILLE, PA'. , FEBRUARY 10, 1939. PERSONAL MENTION Miss Sylvia Sullivan, who had been i a patient at the Connollsville State j Hospital for'ticalment of a fractured j leg, was discharged Thuisday and is i at hoi* home in East Crawford avenue. We have a complete line of Valen- I tines for eveiy member of the fam- I ily at Kestner's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St Also hcait shape boxes of Bunte's and Daggett's chocolates for sweethearts and mothers.--Ad- verlisemen t.--8feb-4 L Mrs. B. Frank Smith ot Blackstor.o avenue. Greenwood, is the guest of her brothel-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Sayres, of Fairmont. W. Va. She attended a Republican women's convention at a Fairmont hotel. For sweethearts, wives and moth' ers on Valentine Day--beautiful heart shaped boves Whitman's and Heymcr's delicious candies, 25c to S5.00. Select your'"- now at Keagy's Drug Store.--Advpi tisement --f eb- 8-10. J B. Beitiel of Johnstown was a Conncllsville business caller Thursday. Don't forget card purly by ladies of Immacu'alb Conception Church for benefit athletics, Feb. 15th, Elks Hall. Lunch and prizes. Tickets 50c.--Advertiscmen t.--f eb-8-10. J. Frjnk Hitc and sister, Miss Em- Aunt Het By ROBERT WUILLEN "A man with plenty o' money soon gets eve; ything he wants and stops buyin'; but when you see a woman stop, she's out o' money and credit" Grim Reaper MRS. SARA E. MORRISON I Mrs. Sara Ellen Morrison, a form- ma "K.' Hitc 'ot North "pI'ttsburg'stTcet! er resident of Conncllsville, died at left for a .ix-week motor trip thiough I "°°'\ Thuisday at the home ot the southciu states. They plan to ' daughter, Mis. Roy E. Brehm, spend some time in FJouda. East Notional Pike, after 516 two · Kcagv's Drug Store certainly have we " 5 ' ll!ncss of complications. She the mon -ittrictive cind novel Vdler. was 80 vears olcl 1;st Sunday. Mis. tines on display. Make our selec- ' M° ms °"' \ vid TM ? f T . w , RIorr ' s , 0 "' tion now fiom this la, ge assortment ! ^re»ded TMth her daughter Mt* Japan Expects Pretests After Hainan Seizure TOYKO, Feb. 10.--The goveinment calmly awited protests from France and Great Britain today over the seizure by Japanese soldiers and sailors of the strategic Chinese U'.and ol Hainan, commanding the east coast of French Indo-China and vital British trad:; routes between Hong Kong and Singapoie. In defiance of warnings fiom both Great Britain and France, Japanese soldiers and sailors landed on the island at dawn, met little resistance f'-om Chinese troops, and -were reported to have occupied Hoihow, port and chief city of the island. Hainan is only 700 miles from the Philippines and in borne quarters the seizure was regarded as having the additional effect o£ counteracting United States proposals for fortifying Guam A naval spokesman said the seizure had two objectives: (1) Stiengthen- ing the blockade against Chinese munitions; (2) speeding the end of China's resistance so that Japanese relalicns with other nations can be improved. No mention was made of plans for fort.fymg the island, whch neutral diplomats agreed would be a job of years, but the seizure alone was one of the most important international developments since the undeclared Sino-Japanese war began Threatened -- Advertisement. igi feb-8-10. Brehm. since 1816. A daughter of the late Joseph M., and Eh/.a'jeth Febi uary 5, Dunbur town, , , , , ,, , , i ship. Bes.des Mrs. Brehm, she is Store Inc., West Crawford avenue ' sun lved b y two other daughters, Valentine Kitts aftei h e r o w n i h i hc,u t! Whitman'!, Chocolates, Heart Miss Mildicd Rccd of South street, w . . £· . V n ,o hns been ,11 of gnp has resumed S 'atlandy HoltTM,: f rtiiiirti. --it" it r,t I.- in tHn IVT/.'Vnw . ' . i _ Jury Frees 14, Disagrees on 11 Ryan Bijur Because his mother aidpd strikers picketing their Central Park West apartment in New Yoik, Ryan Bijur was threatened with kidnaping, ac. wording- to Mrs. Bijur, wife of » prominent attorney. The F.B.I, it in charge of the case. who her duties as cleik in the McCrory , Mrs. Clara Galloway, Franklin town_,, ,,,, . ship, and Mrs Mary Uhi, Hammetl, fahiocd aoxcs, 2DC to $o.OO box. [da , also scvcn gl . andchl idren, one C. Roy Heucl, Prescrption Diugglst. great-grandchild and a sister, Mrs. Acivoi tisement.-- -Ofeb-3t. Charles E. DeMtith, of Connellsvilie. . , . Miss Grace Gilpm, who is confined Another daughter, Mrs, Viola Husto her home in South Connells\ille sell, died a number of years ago. The with scarlet fever, is leported lo be Morrison family resided in Crawford improved. C. Roy Heucl. Piesu.ption Diug- avenue. West Side, ConnellsviJIe, for mimy yeais be Slit, for Whitman-., Valentine Heart i A puvate j un ei- d l service will Shaped Boxes of Chocolates, 25c, llc j d at 10 o^io^ Saturday moininj 50c. $1.00, 31.50, 5200 and $3.00.-- at the Brehm home with Rev. Jnmes C. Claik, pastor of the Second Pros- byterinn Church of Umonlown, offi- Adveilisemer.t --10Ccb-3!. Mrs Cola Pearl of Ha^ehvood visiting Mr. and Mrs Clurlr-- Rcsn- dating. Bur.a! will be in Laurel cnbeig m \Vcit Cia\vfoid a^xnue for Hill Cemetery a few week.'. , See oui b ^ L i u u f u l Valentine Boxes M a i t h t t Wabli.ngton Candies. Belvi- ANNA GRACE KILLINGEIl Miss Anna Grace Killmger, 21 Hake Killmger of Ever^on, died at Frick Memorial Hospital at Mount Pleasant of pneumonia and comphca- ' tions She had been a patient at the feb-10-i3. Jack Rush b ill of grip it his home · 4.45"o'clock"Thursday"a[ternoon at in South Piospect street Beautiful new spring coats economical prices. Princess Shop. Advertisement.--lOfcb-lt. Hospital about seven weeks, Mrs. Rose Morrison and Mrs. Besse j she was born at Valley, near Ever- Owens of McKeesport, and William ' scm , October 14, 1917, and spent all Blough of Akron, Ohio, attended the i o f her life there. She is survived by funeial service for their sister, Mrs. ( her parents and the following broth- Mary Blair, held Thursday aftemoon ' e rs and s , s ters: James L , of Glass- at the family home, East Crawford I POI t , Mrs. John Pervoy of Exeison avenue, West Side. Mrs. Lillian Kline | anc j George, Fred, Samuel, LOITID of Akron, a niece, was also present. | anc j j- arc ; ai a u a t home. Caid party, P. H. C. Hall, Saturday night, 25L.--Advertisement.--10-H. Mrs. R. G. Holsing of Grove City, who had been visiting at Dunbar, ·went to Uniontown today to spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Newbrough. Mrs. Holsmg will be joined Saturday by Mr. Holsins who ·will accompany her home the first of the week. The annual baked ham supper of United Brethren Church will be held Thursday evening, February 16th.-- Advertisement.--feblO-14-15. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Joseph attended the celebration of the twenty- fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. George Hamo of Masontown Tuesday. Top of;" your meal with a Char- loHs Spumoni! Layer of delicious cake covered with a thick shell of vanilla ice cream which is filled with The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon with a prayer at the home at 2 o'clock with full services at the Everson United Brethren Churc'i at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Paul A. Morris, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be made in the Pennsville Independent Cemetery. EUGENE 3r. HELINSKI SCOTTDALE, Feb. 10.--Eugene M. Helinski, 10 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Helinski of Biown- town, died at 11 o'clock Thursday morning at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, where he had been a patient since Saturday suffering with a bowel obstruction. He was a student in Room 4*, South Grade building. Besides his parents he is survived by six sisters and two brothers. The body was removed to the home an appetizing Tutti-Fruitti Spumo.-ii. | of his parents, 104 Fourth avenue, Serves ten. Price 80 cents. Duggan's Bakery, West Side Store. tisement. -- 10feb-2l. Adver- Mrs. Swmk Resumes Her Teaching Duties SCOTTDALE, Feb. 10.--Mrs. Gertrude Sauers Swink of Broad Ford has resumed her duties as a teacher at the Ridgeview school in Lower Tyrone township, for the fiist time since litigation in the fal] of 1937 when the board of education attempted to displace her. Mrs. Swink has been reinstated to her teaching position and will also be reimbursed by approximately $600 which represents her back salary. After the board of education in Lower Tyrone township had voted to dismiss her Mrs. Swink carried her case into the Fayette county courts where the board was upheld. However, she appealed to the State Su-* perior Court where the the Fayelte ' court was overruled, the teacher ordered reinstated and paid back salary. Blasting on Railroad. . There was dynamite blasting this morning along the right-of-way of the Western Maryland Railway in le- movirig large rocks that slid onto the property ir. the wake of the recent rains. Wage Law Has Teeth. PITTSBURGH, Feb. 10.--Elmer F. Andrews, administrate^ of the wage- hour act, left a warning with "chiseling competitors" (hat the act "has teetit in it and we're going to see they bite when occasion demands." this morning. The funeral service will be held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the St John's R. C. Church. Burial will be made in the church cemetery. MRS. ELIZA A. MARKS. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 10.- Mrs. Eliza Ann Marks, 87 years old, widow of William Marks, died at 5 o'clock Thusday evening at her home at Acme. She is survived by one son, John Marks, New Stanton; and the following daughters, Mrs. Lucy Thompson, Alverton; Mrs. Grace Lyons, Bridgeport; Mrs. Ada Lantz, Pittsburgh; movie machine Mr. former Conneilsville Boy Scouts Observe Anniversary; Court Of Honor, Banquet Continued from Page One second class Mayor Younkin introduced Dr. Clyde S. Campbell, representing the health and safely committee of the local council, who presented chevrons to the members of the eight teams which made a reqmied standing in the first aidoree. Neil Moore, G. C, Murphy Company manager here, introduced Mi. Hoyt and also Melvin Clasper, McKees- porl district Scout commissioner, who accompanied Mr. Hoyt, and who operated the Clasper is i evident. Mr. Hoyt devoted tome time to the Instoiy of Scouting and '-ela'.ed in detail the ?e\eral trips of his son to the jamborees. During the showing of the films he explained interesting scenes. He is a member of the National Council of the Boy Scouts r.nd very active in Scouting in his church, the Presbyterian, ot McKccsporl, After the picture showing the tods'onastor led the gathei 1115 in cheers for the ones responsible for the haccess o£ the anmv cr^ary observance. The High School Orchestra provided music before the banquet. Albert Silcox installed a Zuud speaker system. A. H. Eoyer led in singing the opening number, "America," and popular songs. Blessing on the occasion was invoked by Rev. L. S, Elliott, pastor of the host church The final act was the repetition of the Scout benediction, led tay Executive Wyalt. A list of those awarded merit badges is given on Page 11. Fifth Child in Family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Karatta of Latrobe ai e receiving congratulations on the birth February 1 of a son. The new arrival has been named Eugene Dale. There are now two boys and three girls in the family. The mother will be remembered as Kiss Sophia KarafTa Lakewood, Ohio. Home From Hospital. James Phillips, Jr., of Star Junction, has been discharged from Brownsville General Hospital where he received treatment. Rescue Crews Find One Body in Mine; Think Others Dead By United Press. GOOD SPRINGS, Pa., Feb. 10.- Rescue crews digging in a bootleg anthracite irune where three miners were trapped Wednesday recovered the body of Lee Dietrich, 26, today and abandoned hope that the other two would be found auve. Trapped with Dietrich wrre his rother, John, 23, and Norwnrd Howard, 18, all of nearby Grati. Rescue workers believed the bodies of the other two victims were deeper in the mine. They said it probably would be hours before 1hey could reach them. Boy Scout Display In Gigiioili Window An unusually fine display of Bo} Scout handicraft has been placed m the window of Gigtiotti's store in North Pittsburg street. The whole window has been given over to an exhibit, arranged by Troop 8 and the recently organized Explorer Patrol ol that troop. It will be there through Saturday. Amicable Settlement. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 10--By agreement, John Yachup ot Perry township accepted $500 from the count} m full settlement of all damages to his Wick Haven property cnused by .mprovements the last several years to State Route 51 in Perry township. By United Press. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Feb. 10. --A Federal couit jury today acquitted 14 of the 25 men and women charged with trafficking in Works Progress Administiation jobs in what the Government alleged was a conspiracy to aid the state Demo- ciat faction led by U. S. Senator Dennis Chavez, The jury failed to agree as to the guilt or innocence of the remaining 11 defendants. Edward Sweeney, West Penn Worker 25 Years, Retires Nine old timers of the West Penn System have been retired after many yedts of service, the oldest in the point o£ service being Joseph F. BUck of McKeesport with 4S* years behind htm ' Also on the retired list are David C. Walls ol Uniontown, H. W. Ebel ot McDonald, William L. Paine of Pittsburgh, Edward Sweeney of Con- nelliville, Home,: A. Waddell of Apollo, Joseph I. Ward of Pittsburgh, John B. Sproul of Uniontown and R. D. Custard of Pittsburgh. Mi. Sweeney, who next May will be 80 years of age, leaves the company after 25 years of service. His flrst duties were in the Connellsvilie labordtory but an 1926 he was transferred to the substation department where he remained until the end ol his set vice. He was a native of Broadtop, Huntingdon county. When 15 years old, he was running a stationary engine at Rockhdl Furnace at Orbisonia. In 1878, he worked for the Cambria Coal Coke Company at Johnstown which firm sent him with a group of mining engineers to assist his father in building coke ovens near here. He attributes his good health to his temperate habits of living, a daily two- mile hike and his wife's good cooking. His favorite sports are boxing and baseball. Baptist Friday Club Will Meet Tonight to Hear D. K, Mcllvaine At the tecond meeting of the Friday Night Club of the First Baptist Church Douglas K. Mcllvaine will speaklto a group of boys who are desirous of forming a Boy Scout troop Friday Night Club was instituted last Friday and met with an enthusiastic reception. In addition to the opening period of religious training the club hopes to attain in addition to a Boy Scout troop, a Girl Scout troop for the girls, a junior choir, needlework classes, etc. All of these various activities aie well under way. Needlework classes are under the direction of Mrs. Arthur Black, the junior choir is under the direction of Mrs. Glodia Stewart, the Girl Scout troop is under the direction of Mrs. Sally Potter, and the Bible training clfass is under the direction. o£ the Sunday school superintendent, B. F. WaugamBn. To judge from the enthusiastic reception with which the club was greeted on its flrst night, it was thought that the club will become one of the finest activities of the First Baptist Sunday School. , Stamp Collectors to Meet. The Fay- West Philatelic Society of Western Pennsylvania will hold it? regular meeting at 8 o'clock tonight in the club room at the Y. M. C. A. A large turnout of membcis is requested. Will Meet at Dawson. The Protectors Club of Dawson will m»5t at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening at Junior Hall. Hostesses will DC Mrs. Graver Alien, Mrs. Earl Sherbondy a,od Mrs. George Beatly. Stork at Hospital. j A daughter was born at 6:55 o'clock Thursday evening at Conncllsvillc State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Radlosky of Leiscnring No. 1. Mrs. William Ulery, Stahlslown; Mrs. Emma Long, Normalville; Mrs. Delia Pike, Blairsville, and Mrs. Mary Bolnsky, Smithton. The body has been taken to the Grimm Funeral home, West Mam street, where friends may call from 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon until 5 o'clock and from 7 o'clock until 10 o'clock in the evening. Named U. S. Commissioner. PITTSBURGH, Feb. 10.--F. A. Holbert was appointed to a four- year teim as U. S. Commissioner of Someiset County by Federal Judge H. M. Gibson. Hospital Patient. Mrs. ALco Hutchinson of Fayette City, R. D. 1, has been admitted to Connellsvilie State Hospital for treatment. Paramount Theatre TODAY ONLY «§** SATURDAY OXLY A TRULY GREAT DRAMA ""OFTHEPIOHEERHESTAHB' THE FEARLESS BAND OF ra HEN WHO PROTECT IT! " S01SSON THEATRE * TODAY* »nture Xo. 1 DONALD O'CONNOR BILLY COOK Diritltd by Loult King .Feature "o, 2 JOSoIph ZuKer prtitfttt RIDE A CROOKED MILE" A Paramount Pftlur* with AKIM TAMIROFF LEIF ERIKSON FRANCES FARMER LYNNE OVERMAN TOMORROW, SUNDAY MIDNIGHT, MONDAY and TUESDAY i'ouiiirc Jfo. 1 .. BURGLMS Feature No. 2 COMEDY 0 S Saturday aiatiuee Only -- Itli Chapter "SPIDER'S WEB" VS · SHORTS Will Honor Lincoln. Westmoreland Lodge No. 903, B'Nai Brith, will hold a meeting in the Tree of Life Synagogue at Mount Pleasant at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon to commemorate the anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. AT interesting program has been arranged including an address on Lincoln's life by Rabbi A. E. Wasser of Uniontown. Franco Captures Catalonia, Moves Into South Spain , By United Press. * PERPIGNAN, Feb. 10.--General Francisco Franco completed the conquest of Catalona today and prepared to throw the full nationalist military strength against republican lines in south central Spain. Driven from the last corner of Catalonia as nationalist soldiers swept to the frontier at Port Bou,-i Republican Premier Juan Negrir. * flew from French soil to the Mediterranean coast of Spain--presumably Valencia--to confer with General Jose Miaja and other loyalist leaders on their next move. Frontier advices indicated that a final decision on surrender or' continued resistance could not long be delayed. Military action along the frontier area as the Franco troops completed their occupation, of Catalonia today was featured by huge explosions touched off by retreating republicans and by the almost unopposed advance of natoinalist columns. S. S. EXECUTIVES MEET TOMORROW Monthly executive meeting o£ the Fayette County Sunday School Association will be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the orphans courtroom of the Fayette County Courthouse at Uniontown. All members of the executive board are urged to attend. FEMININE GOMMENTATOR S AUTHORITY ON FUNERAL SERVIGE * Women know full well that the term "flash" applied to a dress or frock is derogatory, and the wearer is likely to be stared at. There is "flashy" funeral merchandise too. And the reason for the flash is the samo as in clothes. Lack of quality or a flaw must be hidden. Flash is not the mark of sound, solid, reliable merchandise. Every casket and accessory in the Milton V. Slunk display room is the product of a recognized maker. Every item has in-built quality, and is full value for the charge made. Mrs, 3torris Recommends MILTON V. MUNK FUNERAL SERVICE I'hone ConncllsTille, 722-J. FOJK FEATURE TIME CAM, 599 Today, Tomorrow, Monday, Tuesday At dawil^ love s'soft arms become sleel bands chaining' strong men to earth...yet each dawn these war-birds soar to battle! And at dusk some return...to cheat destiny for another night...to fiy again with the Dawn Patroll BASIL RATHBONE DAVID NIVEN They feueii no wilh wing*...e DONALD CRISP · MelvUle Cooper Barry Fitzgerald - Carl Esmond Directed b^ EDMUND GOULDING A WARNER BROS. PICTURE

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