The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 15, 1939 · Page 6
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February 15, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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i bl V '1 Hli PATT.Y COURIER CO^NELT.SVILLE P4 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15 10S9 PERSONAL MENTION Sliannc Boso daughter ol Mr and Mit. Albeit Itose of L ist Fdu\icw uevme is iblc to be ibout ,igjin if'ci liuuns bi,e i ill of the gup foi tie past weel Two plain ches-o deal eel and pressed, 60c dining our O ite-A- Ycar 1 piomotioji speuil Sj-nors Cabh Carry Cleanc s--Advertise- ment-13-reb -U Chdilcs W Shtilu.iLng i employed by Uic Citric Ml Mills Company BafTilo N Y spent the weekend \ulli 1 is molhci Mis E\a Shultz b n g c i mcl his u n t Miss Muy K W-jqnu o£ Vine tihaet South Conncll.ul e The annual b il cd hrtm suppci of United Bsxlhien C-tmth will be held Thwsddy e\enins Fcbiuary IGth -Advertisement --IeblO-14-lo Mrs Alex Kciley fomei icsifient ot Dawson Is bCiloiHy ill at hei home it Cahfoinic) Po Hummjtc (. lie 1 00 \ M, Thtirb- daj, First Biptlst Chuich, So Pitts- buig St--AcKertiiemcnt--HCeb-2t Jarres Ddilcv jiid Haiold \Va k V.QIG Pittsbuifjh v i (tore Tuesday e\cnmg Don t foiget Old paity tonight ElUs Hill 8 odocV- b-s ladies ot I m m i L U l i t r Conception Chuich benefit at ilcLics Auction contract bi idgi- =00 TMd othei g imes Lunch door prue and othei \»iluible pi 7es Ticxeti, 50c--Advei li'sement--15-lt Miss Ru'h Kernb H N , lelt lues- d-n loi Pine Hiriae S D wheic she w i l l t i k e up ii pos lion it a go\ein- ment 1 ospital Mi s Kein^ vititcd hei grandmother Mis Ka hei me Allen, of Norti Pittsburg stiee* foi a few weeks Enroute s.he plans to visit at Chicago and St P ml Don t r oiget ctiicl p a t v tonight Elks HJ!! 8 01 lock bv laoies ot Immaculate Coi ception Church benefit athletics Auction contract | bridge SOD ana other jnmes Lunch, | doot piue and other valuable prizes Ticket"; 5flc--Adx ertisemcnt--15-lt Ficd Mil ei ind Vincent Browning VvCie Pittbbuigh cnlleis Tur^d-is Card palty P H C H Jl, Thurs- d ty night 25c--Adveit se-nent -- 15Ccb-H Kn\ Dusioll jot-ng daughtci of Mr and Vi J ^jlie Dnscoll of Ed c t Gicen sttcet, 15 ill of sup 3H hei home in E s Green street Glamorous new spring hits at popular prices Pimccss Shop -Ad\ ei tisement --15£eb-lt Jay ind Lou Go r don of South stree 4 - \venl to Pittsburgh Tuesdaj evening to heai Eddie Duchm s Orchestra plnying a' a PiHsburgh theatre Keystone Club CT c piity onight. Odd Feliows Temple 8 15 25c-- Ad\ crtisement --I5 r cb-lt William S ebcv Ji u, ho his been U at his horre in Damson of the gup, \s improving Mi«s Katheimc B and "VIiss Virginia Humph ey of Last Cedar avenue visited filends in Moui t Pleasant Sunday afteinoon Miss Catherine Zimmerman of East Fan view nverje who his been til of grip foi the pist v.eeic s im- pioved Miss Zirimernan is 3 mem- bei of the local High School faculty Ivliss Cathei ne O Connor, manager of the women s read} -to-wear de- paitment of Troutman s store, spent Tuesday n Pittsburgh, on. business Mis M C O Connor acconpimed her and thci vent to Aspmwall where she \ i ited Peter Fr el, a patient at the Ve'erans hospital rhere Mi Fuel cousin of the O Connors is a foimer tesident of Connellsvillc Aunt Met By ROBERT GUILLEN "I d rathei have a big go\ ern- ment job than to be ~ ch l f a rich man t jes expeiiments that don t woik, he has to take U e loss him- sclC Grim Reaper Joseph Kutch Burled The luneial for Jobeph Kutch was held Tuesday morning with a prayer at the Milton V Munk chapel followed by lequiem high mass celebrated at St John s Church by the pastor Rev Stanislaus Morjvek Burial was made in the church cemetery Pallbeoie-s we-e Johr Mirklus, Andy Lucas Joseph Heltrrarl John LipovisKy, John Mih-ilko ind Steve Butota Lake Eric Income Don n Pittsburgh . Lil c Ei e Railroad Company s 19J8 piclimmdty report shows a net income o£ $1 698 521 or ?1 97 a share ag ui«t $4,030,530 or $4 68 a share in 193" December net income was 5179 870 against net income of $278,688, revised, m De- eember, 1937 Commission Recorded. GREENSBXJRG, Feb 15--S C " Stevenson of Mount Pleasant had his commission as notary public recorded here. It was signed by Governor Arthur H James Febzuary 7 Mother of Quads Mrs. Ralph PennetU Mother of quadruplets, one of whom died BOOT after birth, Mrs. Ralph FennetU is pictured m Pittsburgh hospital. Her husband, hearing the (count, clapped a hand to his head »nd cried Gosh, that makes saves." He is unemployed. (CeiihalPrestl MKS AIALINDA K GRIM Mis Malmda Koosct Grin b5 yeais old \sile of Calvin R Grim died at ]2 o clock Tuesday noon at hei home at East Connellsvillc, rear Johnston school altei a flve weeks illness Mis Gum was boin December 25 187J a daughtei ol the lite Geoi ge W Koos^i and Mi s Elizabeth Miller Kooset She bec-ime affiliated wi h the United Bretiren Chuich early In life and had been art active membei of i! e Lnst End U B Chinch since its o ganization until hei illness Foity-two years ago she was united in mauiage to Cajvin R Gum and had spent practically all her hie in this ·. itinity In addition to hei husband and hei mothei she leaves three, childicn Ralph Grin ol Brookvale Florence, wife of Alex B Hood of Isabella Road Connelltville and Steila ulle of Harold Hucy of Tast Connells- vllle The-c aie ilso three grand children, Ralph Grim Jr, Vi-giina Lee Grim and Marlene R Grim and these brothers and sisteis Mi« Victor Dehviler Mis E P Halfrill and John D Kooser, all of near Con- nclls\ lie Mis Lottie H 11 o r Young- uood, Mr^ Bessie Burke t of Clarks- villc, Mis Ida M Kefter and M s Richard Ritenoui both ol Connells- vi le rnd Geoige KOOSGI at horre The funeial se-\ ce wul be held at 2 o ciock Friday afternoon at the home uith Rex W J Ritchey, pastor of the East End United Brethren Chmch officiating Burial will be in Hill Grove Cemetery MRS MARY JA-E FOX Mrs Mary Jane Fox, 82 jcars old widow of John M FON of Middletown near Gieensburg died Tuesday night at the home of her son-m-lau and daughtet, Mr and M-s C W Miller at Jcinnette uhere she was removed tnree weeks ago when a heart condi'ion became serious Mis Fox had resided in 'he Greensburg community all hei life Surviving children besides Mrs Miller are William M Fox and "Mrs O O Osterw *c of Conne'Uville and James D Fox of Middlctovn 32 giandchildien, 15 great-grandchildren and a brother, William M Mersch o£ Braddock The body will be removed to her home at Mlddletown this evening The funeral service will bo Friday at 2 30 o clock at the United Brethren Church there, v, th, bu lal in the cemetery nearby CKARLfcS H STOOD! Charles H Moody 57 3 ears old of Bowood died Tjesday aftei a complication o£ diseases MRS MARY SHUSTO Mrs Mary Shusto, 70 jears o d, died Tuesday at her home ir buion- town She is survived by four daughtei s ·WILLS FUNERAL The funeral for Chailcs B Wilib 65 years old, a retired conducto of the Baltimore Ohio Railioad who died in Pittsburgh Monday, will be heM tomorrow afternoon The body has been taken to the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer D igen at the coi - ner of Murphy and Vme streets South Connellsvillc wheie there wil' be a prayer at 2 o clock A full service will bs held at the Chiislian Church at 2 30 o'clock Hev M L Cadwell, pastor, will officiate Interment will be made in Hill Giove SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R. I SCOTT WOMEM -TALK M£N,£? ·fb COUR.'l' WORDS ^ A MAN'S FOUR. -fftEWOFOP- -·THEIR. ME?f5 A.RE. HU^jt AFFAIRS, SEVERAL, PE.E-TIM DIA.ME.-TE.R., I M WrllC-H A WHOLE. FLOCK OF BIR.O FAM I V I E S HAVE-fflEIR ANEMONES ' AR.E. NOT' ____ FLOWER? , BU A.R.E. MEAT- EAflM^ A-MIMM.";ONE CAN CA-fcH AND SWALLOW A SMALL. FISH ,' If «. . In U f t . 4 Nation's Affairs Advice Is Not Self-Acting By ERNEST MINOR PATTERSON President, American Academy of Political and Social Science A few da\s 150 the writer was assured by a close t icnd tha he economise arp fa linfi the ccmrt.'-y because they are not do'np anjthng o co rcc our econoTi c trou b Bi The as s e r t i o n Is K c o m m o n one Another vty of presenting t h e ace isationlsthe one u ed bv a very abtf BrJl ish cct iQnVsU Profci^or Lio nel Robbins of London *everal years aso wrote a xoJtine on- Itlled The ^a tjre end Sis n f i c a n c e of reply entitled his critic Economics In Lament fo- Economics headed one chapter The Nature and Insignificance of Economics. Economists m i g h t ignore such charge^ and go quietly on heir wav or retire into "an Ivorv tower and continue their speculation It Is only reasonable however to record n few obsc"v3tEons One Is a prompt ac knowlcd^Tnen' that economics h an extremely difiUcult subject and *bat economise are on y human beings with human Umita ions They give *heir hves to heir specialty but th-y arc not omn sclent, Ot course *hey often er" Next, H should bt observed that es s group and as indlv duals they ha~\e no power to apply their Judg ments They can only advise and gov ernticnt or the general public must doc de whether to in-cept or to reject their advice For exarrple just aiter the World War the economists cc corded clearly and emphatically the com iction that German repara Ions ard the war debts due the United States Government could not and would not bo paid Little or no attention uas paid to th^m Aga'n 'n 1930 over one thousand of them po nted out the mistake of the b gher -arifl du ies of the Smoo Haw. c B H Acd'n h e / \\rre is orcd and he bill became n low ^t the present me all o\er t i t world or at lens In those countries u-here freedom cf express on is tole"a cd they arc em phasiz ng the high economic pr ce hst imi5t be piid for ml onal se f ^ufllciencv \s ^ e t thej are crying IP the v-il k -c S 11 a^ulhe" pom snojhi be noted Economic roi ^ dcr^-t ons are not the whole of li r e but only a par of it. At ihe Pa !·; Peace Conference ec^nam c iJ\icc v,as sol c ted and e\per lv j;iven but m manj cases olhcr con^iderat'ors iuch u$ hlstorj race- lanruige ara sentiment prc \nilctl A a n ioda r*Ti pec le i e so itirrtd w th resentment against nc German and Jipin se j,o c nmo L that thcv refuse o \ u Germ-in a~d Jdparc " ooc s. The e s o* en an economic loss acknow lodged and til*cri lirou^h such boycot s The only thing nn CCJHO nist can do is to indl- ci e thut o^ c-cpectinj: his fellow c tircr 1 ; o dec do \ *-eU«r cco^iniic corsidcrutions shall t a wbordma ea to other 61 There hi c been schools of phil osophic t^sUhht ^h v ^2\c rnltii m zed the jmpor ince of his i\o ds goods and h a \ c urged the c up*rionti. of ot er mol \ t s fc' conduct. The Presbv*crjjn Shorter Catechism 2* sc Is tha* the ch cf end o' man s to slorif-v God nd to enpy h m fo** ever S oics have contended Aith Ep ^urcan p Economics i^ only a part oE life Jf hli 'cllow men prefer other tnlngs to in ircreaso of ma c-nl goods ard 0* economic seniccs no cconom st may properlv complain All of th s is not a denial of the nperfections of economic f c c cc They arc n a ly but i o group in soc e y Is mor^ iwirc of thib than the economists ti c"isclvc5- Perhaps their c nef difficul y is \ ith the f*n ici who ha\e no *i Tlnrn^, in U e f eld and \ ho do no* rcj ly know what he views of th» economists arc bu uho ne\ crtheless pour OJt their criticisms and adv ce without restraint {Address questions to the author care o/ this newspaper) Candidate for Pope Cardinal Dalla Costa Fha Carhnal Dalla Costt \rch bishop of Florence is reported ns one of candidates likely to succeed Pop*. Pius XI a« sni"it al leader of 3oQ,QOC 000 Catholic^ thioughout the \vo-]d (Central Pr«n) PITT CLUB WILL SPONSOR SMOKER NEXT TUESDAY The Connellsulie Pitt Club vill hold i «;rro-.er Puc cl i c\crm{., in tno Un t Fri erai j club -ooms 107 E L Crawford n e n u e A comm ttco of the cljb is making annngc n icnts £o- an excellent pro^i m ind jnch L\erv Pitt rmn in U e \icinty is i n v i t e d to attend Tbeic \\\\l be ro c \argt. Dr S i nuc I J!Q\ aid \\iliiams of l i e b n u c i s t v of F 11^0111^,11 u i l l be the speaker Another gui st will be Don S a nckrs sccretn -j of the Gen ernl Mumni AS^OL ation The Elks quai'et will s\ng \tlcr the speakirg there will be a show ng of mo\jes taken b Dr Will- larrs dunrg h s South Amer can ex- pecU*ion Cernotej y IVrs Wills M d S born at Dunbni and hacf spent the gieatei pait of his life in Connellsville and about six months ago moved to Confluence He s suivivd, by his \\ife Mis Etnel \Vill and one brotlier Alvin W 11s of Dunbai Tax Lcvj Tixed Belie Vei non Council adopted i i,s 1939 b idget ind fixed the rate at 23 mills --Last Times Today-- BILL FRANCIS -:IO.KIlJl-C!UN(mE.- MH lOUISE;./ " ' -- Uso-"OVER THE WALL' By "Warden T i m - , t. 1/aMes, S f a i r i n g DICK rcm\V C03IIKG THUBSDAY WfTN Margct tntant Paul Cmuueh JnepH Gstdhom fttnt R)/ Basil Sidwi WEI), i THUPS. T)OLBLC fEATUK'C WITH THE SCREWBALL. AMD-CHAIN GANG!... PRESTON FOSTER · TONY MARTIN · PHYLLIS BROOKS SUM SUMMERYILLE-ARTHUR TREACHER A SO* Al °" ° "'hort Eddie Coll ni Jon. Dorv.«!I SMn»y toi«r Century-fox Plctur. B I L L R O B I N S O N Dictator Methods Of F. D. R. Scored by Senator Johnson Coit nued fiom Page One pci son \Uio ciiculated the lepoit w is a boobj "No epithets applied to senatois 01 to newspapers will relieve the situation o £ | j ' h secrecy" Johnson said ' Of course, all the people ire entitled to know what has happened and to Know the details I ha\ e ever been foi Na lonal defense 111 do anything for the piotection of oui land and out people But I %% on t have Uncle Sam policing tlie world noi will I aim this countay for aggiession "Its ridiculous that the bands of United States senatots should be tied and their mouths closed It s worse than ridiculous that the people as a whole- shouldn t know K hat so intimately conceins them and what may mean life itself This is the method of dicta ors--it is not democracy 'I detest dictatois eitl ei actual or potcnlia I i ecogmze that some in the wo Id today have been guilty of batbarit es unspeakable, but I do not want vvar for my countiy unless it be absolutely essential for the protect on of its citizens 01 the piopertv of its citizen? I wouldn c. go to w a r fo the citizens, of other cour tries, noi have our Nation set itself up as a judge of the kind of government citizens of another countiy should have ' But for the interposition of fate he said, the country nev^r would have known of the cooperation given by the Administration to the trench mission The Trench plane deal he charged, was not a mere cormie'-cial trars- ac ion--the facts obviously prove H ard the explanation given for the scc-ecy might better have been left unsaid" " Senator Gerald P Nye, E N D / Songstiess Is Mother Wltlrc PLAINS, N Y , Feb 18 -A cuMody suit brought here by IVIar- lon Tplley has disclosed the ope a, fi 1 !!! spd radio soprano is the mother of a tluee-yeai old daughter In seeking retuin of the child, Susan Eckstrom Miss Tallcy chaiged that AdoJph Lekstiom her husband and foimei singing teachei, vvas a 'man of. immoial chavactei' and "financially umble to give the child a suitable home She had not seen the child since Decembei, 10.33 Latrobe Fixes Latrobe Council continued its tax levy fo 1030 at 14 mills the current i i e a irembei of the Military Affans Conmittee and one of the leaders of the anti-secrecy gioup, said he wanted to question Leahy and K-aus to- da on the sale o£ planes to foreign countries I intend to ai range also lor questioning of the pioper State Depait- menl officials who can tell us something of the credentials given the Fiench air missionj' he said 'Of course, we will have to hear Tieas- ury Secretary Morgenthau again in connection with this whole incident" WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Without Calomel-- And You I! Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rana lo Co The liver ahould pour out two pounds of liquid hiia intojourbowelsdally If this bile 19 not flowing freely, your food doesn t diccit It Juflt decays In the bowels GM bloat* up your »tom»ch ^oti (fct conetipated Your whole system Is polioncti and you feel tour, ·unlc nnd the world looks punfc A ntexe bowel movement docan t set *i the rau»c It taken those cood old Carter 1 * Little Liver P:lls to Bet thes« two poundsoC bile nowmr fredy and make you feel "up and up TiarmlcBH cuntle yet am*iinc in wfOfin* bile flow freely Ask for CurlerS Littla Liver PlIIi by name Hefaja»nythfnsr else At all drujr stores 10^ and 25tf ARE THEY THE MARKED W(MN OF TOMORRO SOISSON THEATRE TODAY TOMORROW Feature NO. · FRIDAY T h e l a v o n l e f a m i l y o f i h e ' Funnies on ihe s c r e e n a t l a s t ! BASED ON THE COMIC STRIP BY CHIC YOUNG with PEHNY SINGLETON · ARTHUR LAKE LARRY SIMMS · BENE IOCKKART Screen ptoy by K chord Floumoy Directed by FRANK R. STRAYER Sure they had plenty of io-ve what they lacked w*s money IE s money thac mikes the T\orld go round or to the thought until but wait U jou see Bob zed Shirley m this grand comed romance of two, young folks at home--you'll be singing * Thanks for the Memory with a laugh in your heart' COMEDY 9 NEWS 9 SHORTS

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