The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 10, 1939 · Page 12
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 10, 1939
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PAGE TWKLVK. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNBLLSVTLbB, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10; 193! 1 . Looking Backward News ot the Past Condensed trom the Files of The Courier. FKIDAY, JANUARY 85, 1889 Detailed report of the Connellsville coke trade for the week ending January 10 shows a total o£ 13,981 ovens in the region, of which 12,719 are in blast and 1,262 idle, with a total estimated production of 112,601 tons. Shipments for .the .week .total" 6,595 cai^s. The new plant of the Connellsviile Flint Glass Company in the North Side is finished and the first glass will be made soon _ . Mrs: Eliza Yohe,_74 years old; dies following an attack of paralysis: L. F; Ruth, 'assistant'. cashier o£ Youghlogheny 'Bank, crushes two fingers when, his h'and is caught between the door,, .and frame. ..while closing the safe. Marriage licenses are issued Uniontown as follows: Michael Con- Icy and Bridget Davis" of '.Trotter, Hiram A. Holiday and Annie Byrne o£ Ohiopyle, Edward S. Fuller and Lydia Balsley of Connellsville, William H. Hay and Theresa G.'Brown of Everson, James L. Maple ol Elizabeth and Mary E. Summers, of .Dawson, Thomas W. Smitley and Sarah Wilson o£ Dunbar township, anc William S. Cooley of Fairchanco and Eliza James of Olipharit. Lifeboat Goes Up in Flames as Crew Drowns As a dramatic finale of a sea tragedy which constitutes an heroic chapter in British maritime history, the lifeboat of the St. Ivcs station goes up in flames off the rocky English coast after seven of its gallant crew of eight drowned while "answering an SOS in a raging storm. The boat was dashed on Jfce^rotKa " . . . *- . after capsizinc. f Central Press) FKIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1899 Detailed report of the 'ConneUsvilte coke trade for the week ending January 14 shows a total of 18,643 ovens in the region, of which 14,884 are in blast and 3,774 idle, with a total estimated.produclion of 155,069 tons; Shipments for 'the week total 9,434 cars. Jesse Shoemaker, Hyndman. Baltimore Sc Ohio brakeman, is instantly killed when he falls between, the first car and the tender of his freight train at Confluence. Marriage licenses are issued at Uaibntown as follows: Joseph H. Welford and Lizzie Bricker, Dunbar township, John W. Haney ot Dick- srson Run a^id Ida May'JRamsler of Dawson, James A. Hellen and Emma P. Adams of Moyer, James Evans and Eleanor L. VanDusen of Uniontown, Bthelbert Thomas and Francos I,. Nixon o£ Chadville; James T. Boyd and Lydia Bowman of Bullskin township, and William B. Clark of Curfew and'Mary C. Younkin of Confluence. Officers nominated for tiie South Connellsville Building Sc Lumber Company are: President, John. Soisson; vice-president, E. Dunn; secretary, Emmor Saunders; treasurer, H. L. Kurtz; solicitor, W. A. Davidson; directors, George J. Humbert, Joseph Soisson, S. A. Zimmerman, W. F. Soisson, F. A. Kail, E. D. Turner, B. P. Williams and J. D. Madigan Connellsville Lodge No. 11, Order D£ Americus, installs the following officers: John F. Soisson, president; J. L. Kurtz, recording secretary: G. W. Stauffer, financial secretary; R. W. Soisson, treasurer; J. W. Hough chaplain; \V. H. Coer, senior warden; Vincent Soisson, junior warden Charles Von Schraeder, sentinel William Henderson, guide, and W. H Showman, Charles H. Ways and George T. Griffin, trustees. eslimonial Dinner For William (.Hood Fixed for March 14 Tuesday, March 14, has been fixed definitely as the date of the testimonial dinner in. honor of William C. Hood, new general superintendent if the H. C. Frick" Coke Company, and Clay F. Lynch, retired superin- endent, at White Swan Hotel at Uniontown. Announcement was made by Robert J. Arnett, chairman of the executive committee in charge of arrangements. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1909 Detailed^ report o£ the Connellsvilli coke trade 'for the week ending January 16 shows a total of 37,845 ovens in the region, of which 23,478 are in blast and 14,367 idle, with a tola estimated production of 262,440 tons Shipments, for the week total 9,118 cars. Rev. B. Frank White and his wife are welcomed at an entertainmen given at the United Presbyterian Church, Four children, Pearl, Earl am Anna Kendall and an. infant-child ranging from two to 11 years, ban- to death when two buildings a'r destroyed by Ore on Bryson HiU, hea Duribar.] The children were cut of£ from rescue by flames. The'ir-.par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kendal escaped by jumping from an upstai window.' \ ^"~ The following officers are installe by William' F. Kurtz Post No. 10 G. A'. H.: Commander, Jacob Morgan vice commander, Smith IDawson, Sr junior vice-commander, A. Drebert; quartermaster, Henry Kurtz; officer of the day, Colonel. J.. J.. Barnhart; officer of {he guard,'Frederick Martin; council of administration, Captain Lloyd Johnston, arid chaplain, J. R. Bnlsley." ·· Connellsville Building Loan Association, elects these officers: President, E. £unn; vice-president, D. F. Lepley; r.ecratary, J. L. Kurtz; treasurer, J. Fred Kurtz; directors, F. A. Steps Up Orders Slot Machine Raid. VANDERGRIFT, Feb. 10--As pubic indignation mounted, Vandergritt council adopted a resolution desired :o confiscate all slot machines optrat- ng here. The motion "requests" the aurgess "to instruct" police to cort- iscate all slot machines. Sail, P. J. Tqrmay, J. D. Madigan, J.' M. Cecil, Clark Collins, S. B. Goldsmith, Charles M. Soisson, J. L. Kurtz and R. D. North. THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1019 Detailed report of the Connellsville coke trade for the-week ending January 18 shows a total of 3.7,061 ovens n the region, of which 26,297 arc in blast and 10,664. idle,., with a total estimated production of 291,332 tons. Samuel Hardy ot Mount Braddock and Clyde Foltz of Dunbar lose their lives in attempting to rescue six men who are trapped in the Mount Braddock mine of the W, J. Rainey, Inc. They are asphyxiated by smoke and poisonous fumes which had formed when a slate dump lire penetrated the coal and caused a cave-in. The men, John Cole, Herman Earhart, Elmer Matthews, Frank Largent, Charles Lurch and James Russell, are rescued by men who don gas masks. Three hundred firemen attend the annual memorial service of the Western Pennsylvania Firemen's Association at the High School. Miss Catherine. Macla Smith, 27 years old, secretary · of the School Board and one of the most prominent young women of Connellsville, dies from pneumonia. - Duncan J. Kerr Presidency of the Great Northern Railroad, with headquarters in St Paul, goes to Duncan J. Kerr (above), -who succeeds the laU W. P. Kenney. Kerr, formerly assistant to tte operating vice president of Great Northern, b»s bees president ol the Lchjgh Valley. CHOOSE TOUR VAKIETY! SOUP ^n Rice, Yec;tt«l»ir, Cream Spinach, . . wucierr, Tamaio, Vccrcinble Beef, Chicken M*«« from -Wfcote Red Ripe Ttn»«t»*« » CANS **c Woodle. Ocnm Wn*J,room, Pen. Vector- Inn mtn^Mtrtinf, BSLUn RIDGE--J5*how wr e a n s 1 MICHIGAN--NUT it s a n s 3 CtOVER FARM-- CALW.--R«edl«n*. CI.OTTBR KAK.^f Pancake FIour i 4" 25c-*Ch e e s e Catsup 2lc 29c CtOVBR F-AHM--TVII1 AiW Zmt o rom- » c i. BI.DR B05E imifl and KitKlly First Major Cut Made In Assistance Persorine UNIONTOWN, Feb. 10--Firstmajor cut in the personnel of the administrative workers of the county Department oC Public Assistance headquarters here has been effected with at least 14 provisional appointees being dismissed. Rev. John Campbell, president of the board, announced the projected personnel reduction Saturday at a meeting after he had received orders from Harrisburg. The chairman first asked those workers with other means of income to voluntarily resign. It was reported, however, that no resignations were forthcoming. S y r u p a.°- 23c ' Mrs. Mary E. Blair Buried. The funeral service for Mrs. Mary E. Blair was held Tuesday afternoon at the residence, 1309 West Crawford avenue, with Rev. J. S. Brownies, former pasior of First Baptist Church, officiating. Burial was made in Hill Grove Cemetery- Pallbearers were Paul Wetherell, Lewis Stewart, Rice Boyd, J. M. Prinkey, Robert Hozen and J. D, Shearer, Jr. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1929 Detailed report of the Connellsville coke trade · for ; the. week ending January, 26 shows .a total of 25,878 ovens in the region, of which 4,823 ·are in blast and 21,055 idle, with a total estimated production of 63,850 Ions. ·· ·· · · West Penn will lower car fares during the month of February while celebrating its 25th anniversary. Miss ' Msry Hancosky of Smock, member of the Franklin township $1,000 Poultry Club,' wins the fifth prize in the B. p. Poultry Club. Bev. Dr. F. J. Scott, nine years as pastor of First United Presbyterian Church, accepts call from Pittsburgh church.' · Dr. S. M. Crosby, Mount Pleasant physician, dies at'Hospital. The East End United Church edi.lce is dedicated. John T. McGuire, a known resident, dies in San Francisco, Cal., after an accident. .19 io paint wiff i MERE'S truiy the casiest-to- ." useeoamelyou ever sar/. Brings gleaming, lasting beauty to furniture, woodwork, automobiles. Flows on smoothly and ijveal^; dries quickly -without showing lap* or brush marks- Try DOCO today! QUAHTY PHONE 136. Again O.P.O. steals the march on the entire clothing trade. Featuring at this EARLY date, brand new, hot-off-the- griddle 1939 Spring Styles! A L L O N E P R I C E A L T E R A T I O N S F R E E Every day is sale day at O.SP.O. Come in today look over these handsome Spring models--you'll be surprised at such amazing value for so little money! Use Our LAY AWAY P L A N IF Y'OU W I S H SEKVICE AHt*fca C*!d 27c OM5KDAM--Yeltnr Cllan In STT.P 15c P E A C H E S Choice Mvfrr P R U N E S 3- 25c OAtlTFORIVIA -- t.*Tfc Mealr -M-SO Slff A P R I C O T S - 25c JCx*r* Choice -- Golden Glov* SAUERKRAUT 3 CLOVER KARM-- FMCJ- *»or. white Kraut H O M I N Y o"v KBI TARM 3 Snirw White Gr»l« P»ek*! Soil* In (ijc Can S O U P S me PARK -- Tom. to .25c 2TM 2lc FRKBI-- OMB A»KT CASBT BAR: G L O V E S 23c Jemejr GIttvr. -- Unrtf TrHlt Red Klnnnel S O A P FACIAL TISSUE 2 *** 25C 19c CfcOVKR JPA.11X--SnotT White--Abiorbcnt Paper NAPKINS 2 «- 19c CI.OVER. 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