The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 1, 1938 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 1, 1938
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PACE SIX THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL1SVI1/LE. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1935. PERSONAL MENTION Miss /Dora Richtcr is ill at her home in Jefferson 'Street. Two-piece dresses, dry cleaned and pressed, 70c. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement. -- 3Ijan-4t. Wendell Leaplinc, a student at Washington and Jefferson College, spent the mid-semester vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Leapline, of South Arch street. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-W. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ridge of Pittsburgh spent the week-end with · Mrs. Ridges' mother, Mrs. William ·^Dull, of East Fairivew avenue. * Card party, benefit St. Vincent Dc T ; Paul Church, Leisenring, Wed., Feb.-, ..bridge, "500" .and. bingo.--Ad- Tvertisernent.--fcb-1-1-7.1:.;". .'.'..' '. ~. James C. Long, Jr., returned to '.'.New Wilmington Monday where'he Trcsumed his studies for the second semester at Westminster College, '.having spent the vacation with his -parents, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Long, .'of Wills road. - U. B. annual baked' ham supper, --Thursday, February 17th, 5 to8 P.M. ^--Advertisement.--f cb-1 -4-8811. ~ James Gilmore arrived from Mount -Union College at Alliance, Ohio, --Monday evening to" visit his father, ^Anthony Gilmore, at Dunbar until "June, when he will return to the college to participate in the commencement exercises. ;· Square dance at Leonard's Hall ;{South Connellsville, Tuesday and ·.;Friday nights. Music by . Jean ^Walters. Charles Martin, figure "caller.--Advertisement.--Ifcbrlt. .. Miss Frances Hcnnigan ' resumed 'her duties as stenographer "for the ^'Metropolitan Life Insurance ,Com- ;pany, at its offices at the Title and :ZTrust Building, this morning. .1 .THcnniiian "underwent' an appendec- .ttomy at the Connellsville Stale Hos- rpital prior to the Christmas holidays ~ Keystone Club, "500" and . bingo C; every Wednesday night,' Odd Fellows '. Temple, 25c.--Advcrtisemcnt^-1-lt.. -· John Ritcnour-and-Dorothy Bigam ^accompanied Miss' Irene ShafTer to --Gre«nsburg Sunday evening where --the last -named is employed.'" "Miss J^Shaffcr spent the week-end with her '-.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Shaffer at Melcroft. ' · Miss Mary Caroline Cochran o: South Plttsburg street was a Pittsburgh visitor Saturday. Miss Mary Ellen Fishbach of Morgantown, W. Va., visited her mother Mrs. Gail Fishbach, of South Pittsburg street over the week-end. Mrs. George Beatty of Dickerson Run returned home after spending the week-end with -Mrs. L. Edenflelc of Youngstown, Ohio. -Mrs. Roxie Wilhelm of Youngstown, Ohio, spent the past week-cm visiting with friends in Dickerson Bun. Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., and daugh ter, Miss Elinor L., of South Pitts burg street went to Pittsburgh thi morning to visit friends. They will return Wednesday afternoon. Edgar Wood, a student at Alle gheny College, Meadville, is spcndin the mid-semester vacation with hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wood, o ;:Morrfll avenue. '.- Howard Park of Pittsburgh visitec · Miss Catherine Herman at her horn "in Gibson avenue Monday evening. Jack Younkin resumed his studies 'at Carnegie Institute of Technologj in Pittsburgh Monday morning, hav "irig spent the mid-semester vacatio "with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E , Younkin, of Vine street. · Frank F. Kotler of Sycamore stree left Sunday morning for a two week yisit at Miami Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. William Dull an family, who had .resided at Scottdale moved last Wednesday into the Ogle vee property at Vanderbilt recent] . purchased by Mr. Dull. The Dul had as their guests on Sunday Mis Letta Dull of this city, Mr. and Mr Frank Hough and family of Tyron ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bloom and tw · children and J. D. Dull of Scottdal and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dull an two children of the Scottdale-Daw . son road and Mr. and Mrs. J. Brown of Newell. Albert Perrcnc has returned to th 'University of West Virginia at Mor ' gantown to complete his bachelor o science degree. " ' Mrs. J. French Kerr, Mrs. A. E. VanNatta and Mrs. A. A. Clarke attended a reception given Monday · at the William Pcnn Hotel, ' Pittsburgh, in honor of former Governor Gifford-Pinchot. Mr. and Mrs, Merlin' 'Layton ' of Sikeston, Mo,, were guests of the Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN "Women have got just as much conscience as men. The only difference is that when a woman has time to think it over, she realizes it wasn't her fault." man. He had resided at Trotter for the past 29 years. He was a member and deacon of the Mount Zion Bnp- tist Church. Besides his wife, Mrs. Mary Martin, he leaves one son, Hobnrt Martin, at home. A daughter, Virginia Martin, prcccedcd him in death December 12, 1933. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon with a prayer at the home at 1:30 o'clock and a service at the Mount Zion Baptist Church at 2 o'clock. Rev. U. D. Epps, pastor, will officiate. Grim Reaper James Beafty, lake Erie Vef r Retires; 47 Years' in Service MRS. ELIZABETH METZGER Mrs. Elizabeth .Motzgcr, 52 years Id, wife of Henry F. Metzger, of 10 West Fayctte street, -died. Monay afternoon at 1:45 o'clock nt Unipntown Hospital, where she had ceh a patient for the last eight days or treatment. She had been in ill icalth for about a year nnd two lonths ago she went to Uniontown o visit a son-in-law and daughter, Jr.,and Mrs. James Bryan. While here her condition became more larming and she was removed to lie hospital. Complication of dis- ascs was the cause of death. Mrs. Metzgcr was bom in Germany on March 24,, 1885, a daughter f the' late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Till. She came to this country In 1901 and cttled in Connellsville where she had since resided. She and Mr. iletzger were married at the lattcr's lomc in .Connellsville by Rev. Dr. :ilis B. Burgess, then pastor, of Trinity Lutheran Church. To the union 10 children were born, eight of whom are living. Mrs. Metzgcr is survived by her husband and the ollowing children: Mrs. James iryan of Uniontown, Mrs. William )awson and Mrs. Harold Swallop of Connellsvillc, John and Henry Metzger of- Brownsville, Kathcrine, Isa- elle and Dorothy Metzgcr, all at lomo. Six grandchildren. Jimmy Jryan, Billy and Donald Dawson, Jerry and Jackie Metzgcr and Carol Swallop, also survive. A resident of Connellsville for many years, tors. Metzger was widely known and lighly esteemed In the community. The body was removed this afternoon by Funeral Director Charles C. Mitchell to the Metzgcr home, where a short prayer service will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock followed by n full service at 2:30 o'clock at Trinity Lutheran Church of which Mrs. Metzgcr was a member for a number of years. Dr. W. H. Hctrick, the pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Hill Grove Cemetery. MRS. ALIVE V. TAYI.OK Mrs. Alice V. Taylor, 41 years old, died Sunday afternoon in the Connellsville State Hospital after n several weeks' illness of n complication of diseases. She is survived by her husband, Raymond, of House Gl, nt Juniata, and the following children: Mrs. Prlseilla Owens, Elkins, W. Va.; Raymond, at home; Mrs. Lizina Washington, of Charleston, W. Va., and Donald and Leo'nnrd, nt home; her mother, Mrs. Anna Bronaugh, of Washington, D. C.; four sisters, Mrs. Mattie Turner, Colonial 3; Mrs. Virginia Coats, Scott Haven; Leila nnd Edna Green, both of Washington, D. C., and two brothers, Richard and Lester, of Pittsburgh. The body will be taken Thursday evening to the home of n sister, Mrs. Turner, In Colonial No. 3, where brief services will be held nt 2 o'clock Friday afternoon in charge of Rev. A. E. Morris, pastor of the Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church, Brownsville. Additional rites will be conducted in the Grindstone Church, nnd burial will follow in Pleasant View Cemetery. James Beatty of Dickcrson Run, veteran Pittsburgh Lake Erie Railroad employe who had been in the service for more than 47 years, has been retired on pension. Mir. Beatty, for years a correspondent for The Courier, entered the employ of the "Lake Erie" at Dickcrson Run roundhouse as an engine wiper in October, 1890. Leav- Traffic Deaths Reach New All-Time High KAT3IO.VD S.WTH Raymond, flve-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Smith of Dunbar, died at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, following a brief illnt-ss of pneumonia. The body has been removed to the home of the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jellick, of Mount Braddock. The funeral rites will be conducted at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning in St.- Joseph's R. C. Church at Uniontown with Rev. John Rokosz celebrant. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hopwood. MRS. HATTER'S FUNERAL The funeral service for Mrs. Anna Hatter, wife of Frank Hatter of Morrell, will be held tomorrow nftcrnoon at 2 o'clock at the Presbyterian Church at Dunbar. There will be a brief service at the home at 1:30 o'clock prior to the full rites at the church. Rev. James C. Clark ot Un- Continued from Pago One. total number of accidental deaths ref'ted from a comparilively mild summer, which reduced heat deaths by approximately 4,500. The of accidental deaths was larger than that of any year other ing that department, he went to the | l TM otal dcaths from nt . cidcn ts in the maintenance of way and worked f o r , home wcrp 32 000 ns comparcd wit h two years^ bcfore^cntering the car 37000 in 193U . occupational deaths were 19,000 as compnred with 18,000 n the previous year, and "public" deaths (other thnn from trjjlllc accidents) were 19,000, as compared with 20,000 hi 1030. Although major disasters In 1937 contributed a relatively small percentage of the total deaths, the Safety Council pointed out that outstanding catastrophes of the year were the New London, Tex., school explosion which killed 294 children on March 18, and the Hlndcnburg airship explosion which killed 35 passengers. Falls were responsible for 2C.OOO Jeaths: fatal burns killed 8,000; drownings 7,000; railroad accidents 4,000; firearms 3,300; sas poison 2,000; other poisons 2,000; miscellaneous causes 15.000. The'Safety Council reported that the total dcatlis of children under 15 fell from 10,200 to 15.000 in 1B37. A 10 per cent reduction In traffic deaths In November and December from the corresponding months ol the previous year kept the death toll in division from reaching an even hlRhcr level, the report stated In 1937 the traffic death rate pel 100,000 population was 30.7, as com- pnred with 29.7 In 1936. That rate was 62 per cent higher than in 1925 and 30 per cent hisher than in 1933 department in 1903 ns a piece work car repairman. In 1907 Air. Beatty became a car inspector, working in the Dickcrson Run yards, Connellsville West Yough transfer. Eagle transfer and Summit transfer. In 1921 Mr. Beatty was promoted to the position of triple valve man at the Dickcrson Run shops which position ho held up to the time of his retirement on January 27. Mr. Beatty entered the service under General Foreman W. H. Tallman nnd served under every general foreman since, that time, these including Thomas Leonard, D. J. Redding, Joseph Snyder, W. F. Stark, Michael Sullivan, Michael O'Laughlin, Philip H. Ficldson, William H. Simmons, W. F. Goran and the incumbent, W. W. Walter. He retires with a clear record of never having been suspended. Other car shop employes at Dick- crson Run who hnve retired during the month of January include: Walter S. Smith, foreman who entered the service on Mnrch I, 1889; Herschcl H. Husband. March 1, 1887, car inspector; Frank Campbell, Axigust 24, 1922, material carrier; Dnnlcl Whipkcy, August 2. 1922, drill press operator, nnd I. L. Blair, September 27 ator. 1922, drill press oper- Babe Born to Schoflcld.i. Announcement is mndc of the birth of n daughter, Mary Elsie, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Schoflvld of Brookline, Pittsburgh, nt Mogcc Hospital on Wednesday, January 26, It weighed six pounds nnd four ounces. The mother was Miss Leoma Fern Henry, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Henry of East Crawford avenue. The babe is the first in the family. iontown will officiate. Interment will be in Mount Auburn Cemetery. Rescuers on Snow Shoes, Using PIow$ r Endeavor To Reach Marooned Camp By United Freu. DETROIT, Feb. 1.--Rescue parties with -now plows, snow shoes and skis fought 40 below zero winds and oworing drifts today to reach more hah 100 persons isolated in two ofiging camps and a homestead in he upper peninsula woods. A high-powered rotary snow plow and two trucks' had forced their way only throe njiles since yesterday morning in an attempt to reach 60 umberjacks stranded at the Victor Makclas camp 13 miles west of Big 3ny. Seven miles of drifts eight to 12 feet deep lay ahead. An unknown number of men were marooned at Carey's camp on the Silver Lake road 11 miles north of Midway. Two miles farther north family was snowbound "on their Son Horn to Hllc.i. A son was born Sunday morning January 30, at Connollsvllle State Hospital to Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Lee HHca of Painter street, South Con- nclbvillc. Tlie baby, the first In the family, has been named Robert Lee Jr. Mrs. Hilcs is the former Miss Gcncvievc Pane, daughter of Mrs Eliza R. Pane of South Plttsburg street. The new arrival Is a Rrcat- grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. E Bower of South Arch street. Looking for Barralnst Try our classified columns when you want something? Results follow. Jap Birfh Control Teacher Warned More Babies Are Needed By United Pr«s. TOKYO, Feb. 1.--Police today told Baroness Shizuc Ishimoto, "Margnrcl Sanger of Japan," to stop her birth control teaching because Japan needed more children. Rcccr.tly cleared of suspicion tha' she had communication with communistic elements, the baroness visited police nnd Inquired their attitude. They told her that advocacy of a restricted population would not be tolerated. The baroness, widely known in the United States, was among scvcra' hundreds of persons arrested In raids last December as suspected agitators. Infant Son Dies. ' An Infant son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Anderson of 532 Graham avenue, Belle- Vernon, died Saturday in Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh The baby was born a week ago today and developed a cyst. It was taken to the hospital for an operation. Thi father, a widely known baskctbal official, li a brother of C. Edwarc Anderson, former Connclsvllle High £· hool teacher and Junior high loot- ball coach. CASSIE MARTIN Cassie Martin, colored, well known Frick pensioner, died Sunday nt his home in Third street, Trotter. He was 69 years old. Mr. Martin was born March 8, 1868, at Staunton, Va., coming to Fayettc county when quite a young latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Wilson of Uniontown Friday. They were cnroute to North Carolina where Mr. Layton will look after business. The Lay- tons have friends in Connellsville, the latter being a niece of Miss Lctta Dull. W E D N E S D A Y T H U R S D A Y and F R I D A Y New MEN LOVE GIRLS WITH PEP If you M* peppy »nfl full of- fan', man Win to'" vw you to dances and partita. OUT, If you L. .are.croaa. lifeless and tfred, men won't bo Interested. 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FRANCES HDNT-FRANK JENKS · CASPER REARDON /· Screen Play by Monte Brfce and Charloa Gracbn ar s Bom" and Jack Benny radio nrrvrr»TM ' I ' program. r -:,i »r racks of Lost Child Disappear Where They Meel Mountain Lion's Continued from Page One. oth the trail-scent of the b?y and he spoor of (lie lion. The dogs were f little use. / Teddy's f/ither, Charles Thomp- n, works for the forestry service, he family home is below Snowline, eside Eel River, near Ham's Cross- ng. There are two other children, eddy wandered out to play Satur- ay afternoon. . That evening, when e-dld not return, his father called or help at the Ranger station across ic river. Twenty-five men came at nee, and scores of others joined the carch as the news spread. The region abounds in mountain ons, which prey on game that omcs down from the peaks during ic winter snows.- Foresters regard he lions as destroyers rather than jcrils to man, but most of them be!eve that the beasts will attack a lan when they arc hungry. Teddy wore only blue overalls and shirt svcater when he disappeared. f he Picaped the lion he probably wouid have been three days without ocd and exposed to the fierce storm f Sunday night. Attorney "Bill" Is Dad Asain.' A daughter, weighing about eight rounds, was born at 6:20 o'clock this ·norning to'Attorney and Mrs. Willam H. Soisson of Lincoln avenue. There are now two girls and one boy n the family. Mrs. Soisson arid the baby are reported to be getting along nicely. Stork at Hospital. Two daughters were born at Con- nellsvillc State Hospital overnight, :he first at 5:20 o'clock Monday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith of Star Junction and the second at 4:50 o'clock this morning to Mr. and VIrs. William H. Soisson, Jr., of 107 Lincoln avenue. HU "Mama, that i here again" and Oswald pitches h7y- *~-Into the plotwifc te"Oh-YeahJ" Singing sensation of Bonny Goodman's' orchestra! ' ST Directed by DAVID BUTLER P r o d u c e d by B. G. De SYLYA C H A R L E S R . 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