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January 31, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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IV. "E SIX THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL-LSVILLE PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 193S. PERSONAL MENTION Grim Reaper Edwin Guic a student at Mount Union College at Alliance, Ohio, spent the week-end with his pirenls Mr and Mrs E B Guic, ot Dunbai Mrs Rooert Hughes and daughtei, Jane, of Beaver Falls are guests of Mr and Mrs A B Long of 1209 Race street Mrs Roy ShulU of McKenn returned to her home Fridny after convalescing at the home of her mothci, Mis Jacob Engel, East Murphy avenue, following a smus operntion at the Fnck Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant Mrs Shultz is the wife of Rev Shultz J. A Morgan of Altoona and Jack Guieswite of Beaver Falls spent the week-end with Mr and Mrs T V Lcasure of Pcnnsville Miss Cloretta Cole of the Narrows will leave Tuesday for Baltimore to ' enter as a student nurse at Maryland Hospital. Miss Helen Beilcy, employed at Torrance Hospital, visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Reiley, of Dunbar over the week-end Card party, Monday, February 21st Immaculate Conception Social Hall, auspices ' H. I. J. K." group. Bridge, "500' and bingo. AU members of the committee are requested to meet in the Social Hall on Wednesday evening, February 2nd -Advertisement --31;an-lt. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Francis of Pcnn avenue are -sojourning at St. Petersburg, Fla. Miss Delia Mac Barnes of Porter avenue and Russell Henley of Charleroi spent Sunday as the guests of the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pylc o£ Ccn- ierville. Miss Betty Sherman of Pittsburgh visited her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. J. Montgomery Dilworth, of East Washington avenuo over the ·week-end. Paul E Miller of Fairmont, W Va, visited his mother and daughter, Mrs. Wilson Miller and Audrey Miller, ot Dunbar over the week-end. , Two-piece dresses, dry cleaned and pressed, 70c. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners --Advertisement. -- 31jan-4t Mrs. John McKitrlck and Vincent Flynn visited Sunday with their iathcr, Thomas Flynn, of Third street, uho is a patient at a Pittsburgh hospital. His condition wax reported somewhat improved. Marvin B. Pryce, Jr, of Snydcr street was th guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Ear] Hilldix of Pittsburgh over the week-end. He attended the Wilkcns amateur hour Sunday afternoon. Miss Zera Mane Ferrari has rc~ sumcd her duties at Scion Hill College, Grcensburg, after spending the mid-semester vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Ferrari of Dickerson Run. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. Mrs. A. A Burkholder and children, Miss Ruth and Busscll, Miss Esther Anscll and Miss Dorothy Brown visited relatives in Glassport Sunday. J. W KinceU is ill at his homo In "Woodlawn. avenue. Greenwood, William Cummmgs, a student at the» University of West Virginia, is spending tho mid-semester vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J Cumnungs of South Pittsburg street Dr H Goldblum has returned from Pittsburgs whero he spent the week-end Mrs. Elmer Raudman, who undcr- I Aunt Met I By ROBERT QUILLLN ' That huttm' in Pa's side got well m thiee days, but that \\oh't learn him an thing The next pain he gets he'll think its goin' to be fatal again " went an opcr ition at the Connclls- ville State Hospital, has returned to her home in Stahl Square Mr. and Mrs Paul J. Fccser and two children of Schuylkill Haven and L. T. Feescr of Baltimore are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lynch of the Marietta Apartments in East Patterson avenue, Paul Fecscc and L T Fecser ore brothers of Mrs Lynch. George Laint of West Crawford avenue was admitted to the West Penn Hospital at Pittsburgh Saturday for observation. Mr. Laing has been ill for several weeks Misses Martha and Jane Port returned today from Meadville, where they are students at Allegheny College, to spend the mid-semester vacation with their pircnts, Mr. and Mrs Clarence A Port, of East Cedar avenue. Mrs Alice Foreman ot Uniontown., manager of the Foreman Beauty Shoppc, is a patient at the Unoin- tovvn Hospital Mrs. W. E. Bittncr of Ccntervjlc, Mr. and Mrs. James Livingston o! Monongaheln and Mr. and Mrs B M. Wade of Perryopolis visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B Galley, of Vandcrbilt Sunday. Mrs Harry Andrews of Pittsburgh is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs John McKitnck, of North Thin street lor two weeks Charles DcBolt, Miss Camillc Sansone. Miss Cecilia Pritchard and Miss Connie NnUilc went to Monos- sen Sunday evening to hear Dick Stabile and his orchestra James W. Shaw returned Saturday night to his homo in Baltimore after spending five weeks here, during which time he underwent an operation for appcrdlciUs. Mrs Shaw remained with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Stlmncl, of Eas Murphy avenue, to further recuperate from an operation Pasqualc Gigllotti of Isabella road left Sunday evening on an eastern trip. Ho will purchase spring merchandise for his men's clothing store to North Pittsburg street, ' Mr. and Mrs, John LaPorte, Miss Helen Rcvock and Miss Viola Rio visited relatives In Smlthton Sunday Mr. and Mrs Harry Lambert o Elbabeth visited Mr. and Mrs George H. Fuehrer and Mr and Mrs MRS. rilOEBL NICHOLS Dr and Mrs L W Caipcntei of South IMtsbuiK sticct_and the foi- inci s sistci, lUibs 1 dn i Carpentei of Pitlsbuifcli, weic tailed to Wut Pittston Pa Sunday b\ trie death ot their giandmothei, Mrs Phoebe Nichols who was m hci 06th year Mrs Nichols is surviv ed by i daugh- tc-, Mrs. Alice Carpentci of West 'ittston, and two sons, J W Nichols t Uniontown and L P Nichols of | Cleveland, Ohio Mrs Nichols had often visited here and Union lo\v n Dr Carpenter expects to return to ils office on Thursday MKS. MOLLE C. ZIMMERMAN Mi 1 , Mollio Chalfnnt Zimmerman, 72 years old, widow of W H Zimmerman, and oldest sister of former County Commissioner Fred J Chal[ant, died Saturday evening at her lome at Biownsvillc She is survived by two children, Mrs John Moms' of Brownsville and EJmcr Zimmciman of Masontown, also one sister, Mrs Huttie Nclnn of Uniontown and four biomcrs, Fred J Chalf ml, Walter and Frank Chalfant of Brownsville and Chester Chalfant of Uniontown, and seven grandchildren The funeral service will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home Burial will be m Redstone Cemetery biothcis and two sistcis Michnel ot ScoUdiile, Albert or Johnstown, Anthony ot Everson, Mrs Cceilia Zol- veicuei of Pittsbuigli and Mrs Stella Chernock ot Cleveland, Ohio The funeral mass will be held Wcdncsdny morning at 10 o'clock it M Josephs Chuieh nt Evcrson in ehaige of the Veterans ot Foielgn Wirs Buinl will be made in St Joseph s Cemetery SIRS FRANK IIOLLINSHEAD UNIONTOWN, Jan 31 --Mrs Ani R Hollinshead, wife ot Rev Dr "lank Hollinshead ot Buffalo. N Y oimcr pastor of the Great Bethel Baptist Church here, died Sunday ifternoon at a Buffalo 1-ospital after . lingeung illness ' Besides her husband, Mrs Hollinshead leaves one daughter, one son md two grandchildren. The tunenl service will be held Tuesday night at Buffnlo and the jody will be taken to Lewisburg Cemetery for interment LAURETTA SISTEK Miss Lauiettn Sistck, 30, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Sistek of Irwin, died Sundiy morning m Westmoreland Hospital at Grecnsburg after an appendicitis opciation. Beside her parents, she is survived by three sisters and a brother, including Mrs The Webster Luce of Perryopolis .funeral mass uill be held Wednesday morning at Invln MRS FRANK J HATTER Mrs Anna Hatter, 47 years old, died Sunday afternoon at 3 30 o'clock at her home at Morrell ot compliea- lons. She is survived by her husband, Fiank J. Hatter, four children, 'ohn, William, Albert and Dorothy, at home, and one sister, Mrs Mary tfarcinco of McKces Rocks The funeral service will be held Wednesdny afternoon at 2 o'clock at he home Interment will be in Mount Auburn Cemetery at Dunbar WILLIAM BERNARD SMITLEY William Bernard Smitley, I8-day- old son of Mr. and Mrs P C Smitley, J r , of McClcllandtown, died Satur- dny afternoon at 4 o'clock nt the paiental home of pneumonia The Barents formerly resided at Dunbar. Burial was made this morning in Mount Auburn Cemetery at Dunbar 3y Funeral Director James T Burhans MRS MARY LANE Mrs Mary Lane 82 jtars old, died at 12" 40 oilock Saturday afternoon at her home at 737 Brown street, Evcrson, following a lingering illness. Her husbmd, Edward E. Lane, preceded her in death In '1920. The Lane family hnd been residing .it Everson for the pnst 23 years, moving there from Seottdale Mrs Lane is survived by these children' Mrs William Conroy of Pittsburgh, Mrs. S P. Stevens of Mount Pleasant, Mrs Harry Soisson of South Prospect street, Cormells- vilie, and Edward nt home The funeral will be held Tuesday morning with the cortege meeting at the late home at 8 30 o'clock, followed by requiem high mass nt St John's Church nt Scottdnle nt 0 o'clock with Rev. Father P J Grincy, pastor, officiating Interment will be made In St. John's Cemetery at Scottdalc in charge o) Funeral Director John J. Spishak. JOHN T. FELX SCOTTDALE, Jan. 31--John T Felix, SO ye-irs old, single, died Saturday afternoon it the Vctcrins Hospital in the Bronx, New York He was a World War vcternn anc had been m hos-pitals for some time The body arrived in Scottdnle this morning and wns taken to his home m Painter street Evcrson. Mr. Felix ii survived by three James J Driscoll Sunday afternoon Mrs Clcll Courtney and Miss Kitty Gilmorc of Dunbir vHtcd in Uniontown Saturday afternoon. NEW BOUBIE FEATTJKJB TURN ON THE HEAT! TURN ON THE ROMANCE, . 'Street change from scdateocss to up- todntcooss-- « with the brightest war j of midnight blaring out the fjam,jUtiag,it:withju«lody l ,laaciu£aad SWING. Suing to* tin "I Mil lo« » You Go«4 ·»«« «' '""" with IAN HUNTER - L E O CARRIUO PAT PATERSON £. EUA IOOAN S I D . S I I V E R S « " Z A S U P I T T S curd KENHr BAKER Phis a mat), merry galaxy of anttrtaiiwn that urada Mnd Stn« famous 1 Scrtnplayty Released 'tbf* COMEDY ©SELECTED SHORTS® NEWS THEY FOUGHT and LEARNED That love can knock you Karl F. Nephew of H. C. Frick, Dies at Wooster, Ohio K i l l 1 O v e j ' i o l l 00 jiais, old, ncDluu of Hie late lle-my Clay Flick and a dcbecncl ml of Abraham Overholt, distllluy founder, died Saturday at hib home nt Woostei, Ohio Mr Oveiholt for 31 years acted as attorney md representative for Flick interest % He bccnme associated with his uncle In 190G and after the industrialist's dc ith leprcscntcd his estate He was one ot the csccutois ot his uncle s SJ 370,000 will m 1935 Mi Oveiholt w i s sccrctaiy-trcas- urcr of the St Paul Coal Company In Greene county Boi n at Woostei, Ohio he was educ ited it Wooster College and later studied nt Harvaid and University ot Pennsylvania law schools lie is survived by his mothci, Mrs Maria Ovcrholt, nnd a brother, John D Oveiholt He \v is a member of the Zlon Evangelical Luthcian Church of Woostei, Sons of the American Revolution, Duqucsne Club and of Pittsburgh and Wooster Masonic bodies, Including Scottish nitc groups, Tancrcd Commandcry and Syi la Temple The funcnl service wns [icld this attemoon at Wooster, Ohio KENT TAYLOR IRENE HERVEY A Now Universal Pictur* WILLIAM A. KEEFtK MEYERSDALE, Jan 31--William A Kec/er, 76 years old, died Saturday at his home on Meyers avenue of a heart attncX He was a son of the late Isnel and Caroline Ringlor Kccfcr and was born at Berlin. He was a retired Baltimore Ohio Railroad, hiving for years served as a watchman on tho Main street crowing Mr Kecfcr is survived by his wife and three children Floyd P of Mcyersdalc, Mrs Charles Hlleman of Somerset nnd Mm. Ralph Carman of Tomah, Wis Ho also leaves a brother, James, of Barbcrton, Ohio, and three slstcn, Mrs Julia Close ot Wcllersburg, Mrs Garrett and Mrs Wilson Mary Judy Hud of The funeral service will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock at the home. Rev. Dr Blanchard Allen Black, pastor of Amity Evangelical and Reformed Church, v officiate Interment will be made in Odd FcUowa Cemetery. To Use "Home" Facilities GKLLN'SBURG, J«n .n.--Beginning Vcbiuury 1, WcbtmorcHnd ounty comm'ssloneia will use facih- ics ot the CouiUj Home to provide | o.il foi the Courthouse and me it,! nilU bicacl .md co il for the county ill, President Hnny D White of the commissioners bouid said today A pioposal to use county jiil prison' laboi on the 440-acro farm is also being considered Patronl?e those who advertise, IJiwson W C. T U to Jlcct. A meetlnc of the Woman Christian Ttrnpunnce Union of Dawson will be held Tuesday evening, February 1, at 7 30 o clqck nt the home of Mrs R K Smith Tho topic for discussion is ' Mcdii.il Temperance " A memon.il foi Frances Willjrd has been plinncd t riendb of the union are Imilcd John II Cope Dies John Henry Cope 55, died Saturday nisht at his home in Hempflcld township Besides ius wife and four children, he Icivcs one brother and three sisters, including Mrs Alice Struckoff ot Scottdule The funeral service will be held Tuesday afternoon at Old Zion Lutheran Church Attrnd lisle Initiation. Deknitloni i rO m Conncllsvillc and Seottd ile \\ere at Uniontown Sunday to witness miti.itlon of a Jorge class of candidate"! in the Conrad If Mann class of the Mattrn.il Order of Eagles at Uniontoxvn \Vomin Injured in Fall. Mary fcnos, 48, colored, was ad- mi* ted to ConutUsUlIc State Hospital Saturday following a fall on the ic,. tint re'Ultcd in ai injury to the hip, ribs and arm Dunbar Lrcion Auxiliary. The Americin Legion Auxiliary of Dunbar will hold Its regular meeting Tucsdny evening at the home of Mrs Tucsdny evening | Robert Mornson. Paramount EXTRA!EXTRA! EXTRA! Grcensburg Radio Station WHJB Presents For Your Enjoyment a Troupe That's Everybody's Favorite YODELINfG HANK'S RADIO RANCH KcnturliiK KAY KAROLL MSGIMJ! COMEDY! 1OKDUMJ! THURSDAY, FEB. 3 ONLY!! --OX THE SCRKK-- "FIND THE WITNESS" CHARLES QUIGLKT ROSILIMI KEITH Today, Tomorrow and Wednesday Ht*u8ih£* with- J O A N F O N T A I N E REGINALD GARDINER RAY NOBLE 4 NEW SONG HITS BY GEORGE GERSHWIN i No 1 Hurlj and hnrd-botlcd he led tho most sons-ill onjil Jall- hrcik in the m o s t exciting priion picture c\cr made No 2 A Mo rid War hero tvlio turned Gangster and cave you thrllllnc entertainment In a recent Spencer Tracy picture No J 1h i t B a b y Face" killer murdered with flncise and cunning 11 was a new role f o r a n o l d icreen favorite No 3 A real tonsil s u -with penetrating eyes and a deadlj expression J a c k i e C o o p e r wai * tarred with him No 6 A trouble shooter for an electric company a n d a trouble- maker for hlx pali Hard as nails. No. 7. lie was * prison pal of another s t a r Ahown In this aerie* -- and his toueheit rival for jait iu- premacy. No 4 one of the earlier talking pictures In H hlch N o r m a Shearer f c 11 t h e mngnetic power of an u n d e r w o r l d chicItMn. Xo. 8 He was a friend of a duo i h o w n here They llt- torall} wiccked a prison with their ittcmntccl Jail-break FOR THE FIRST TOO CORRECT ANSWERS - 100 MOVIE TICKETS will reward those identifying each star by his correct name and the picture In which he portrayed a movie "bad man" role And as much afl you thrilled to (heir performances (they vi ere grcit*) --they arc completely eclipsed by EDWARD G. . 'THE LAST ROBINSON m GANGSTER" An M-G-M Picture with James Stewart. Rose Stradncr, Lionel Stander, Douglas Scott, John Carradlne, Sidney Blackmcr. Mall your Hit of movie star "Bad Men," and their picture title, to Manager of Orpneum Theatre Beginning TV-CO!, w?.'*. A. NOTOPOULOS LAOS! * Todays Tomorrow iWINCHELL-BERNlE SIMONE SIMON Darryl F Zaaudc't greatest 20th Century-Fox muiical! x^ mU, B E R T L A H R JOAN DAVIS DICK BALDWIN RAYMOND SCOn QUINTET ROTH TERRY - DOUGLAS FOWLE Y CHICK CHANDLER - 0 rccted by Sidney Lonfiefd of ^ "Wake Up end Live" fame \ cr*«« Hap by Cvrm Kt«v«* and An Arttw* F«» · ttwy by Art AJftw* I T ' S A H O N E Y OF A P I C T U R E ! ! ANo "THE BOLTED BOOK" CARTOOX A rioj d Gibbon:, ' Your Personal \dvcnturr Scries HE'LL BE IN TOWN THREE DAYS Wt* JAMCS ITtWAItT · ROSE STRAIWER - UONEL STANDER OOUatAS SCOTT · JOHN CARRAD1NC · SIDNEY BUCXMER

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