The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1938 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 3, 1938
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SIX THE DATr.Y COURIER. CONNBLLSVILLB, PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3,1038 PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. O. A. Travis of South Con- -nellsvjlle, who underwent a shoulder ^operation at the Uniontown Hps'pital, returned home Wednesday afternoon and is able to be about in the house. She was accompanied home by her daughter, Mrs. Robeit Fuller and the Litter's little daughter, Jo Loc, of Uniontown, who will spend several days at the Travis home. "500" and bingo. P. II. C. Hall, Thursday night, 8:30. Door prize, lunch. Admission 25c.--Advertisc- ~mcnt.--2fcb-^t. Robert Burkhardt motored to Mcadville today to accompany home, -his sister. Miss Emmaruth Burk- .hardt, a student at Allegheny Col-, · lege. Miss- Burkhardt, daughter ot -Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Burkhardt ot iSouth Conncllsvllle, will spend tha "jnid-semester vacatioru'at'.her "Kbme. ~ Oppman's -Taxi. Phono" VOO.--Ad- -vcrtiscment--9oct-U. Mrs. A. W. Kerns who had- been -ill for two weeks at her home in -South Fourth street. West Side, is -improved and accompanied home on t;Sunday her son and daughter-in- -liiw,, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kerns of ;Ridt;cvay, for a visit. t The Kiwanis Club will hold a card T)arty, "500," contract and auction -bridge, Tuesday, February 8th, in ^Kiwanis Club Rooms. Pn/cs, door ·£prize, lunch. 'Admission 50c.--Ad- ^vertiscmcnt.--2feb-6t. ·^ William llason of Ohiopyle, · who -received treatment at the Uniontown --Hospital for an injury to the hip, ·.·.buffered in a Tall, has returned to his home. ~ 20 attractive coats, sport and fur ^trimmed, values to S35, last call, S4 98. Princess Shop.--Advertisc- 'iment.--2feb-3t. " William Cummings has resumed ··'his studies at the University of West ".Virginia, Morgantown, after spend- "ing the mid-semester vacation with -,his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cum' ~ mings, of South Pittsburg street. ; We carry a complete line of valcn- ~tines'for ex-cry member of the fam- ~ily. Also Buntc's Valentine Choco- rlates.'.at Kestner's Book Store, ^125 «Wcst Apple street.--Advertisement. ;--3fcb-3t. " Mrs. John Evans of South Pitts- · '·burg street has returned from Pittsburgh where she visitor her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. . Thomas E. Smith, and her sister, Mrs. C. L. Lutton, who is a patient at the Magce Hospjtal for observation and treatment. The Luttons and Smiths are former residents of Connellsville. Take advantage of our annual February specials m quality dry -cleaning. Simons Cash Carry . Cleaners.--Advertisement,--3fcb-3t. Mrs. x CIydc It. Weihe of East * Washington avenue, who underwent · an operation at the Mercy Hospital, ^Pittsburgh, expects to return home 'Saturday or Sunday. She is getting 'along very nicely. Penny bingo, Jr. O. U. A. M., Odd ·Fellows Temple. South Pittsburg r street, Friday night, 8:30--Adver" tiscment.--3 fcb-21. ~ S, M. Carroll of Uniontowi was a · f business caller here "Wednesday. * Operators' Local No. 86 will hold Vtheir regular monthly meeting Sat- -·urday, February 5th, ot 2 o'clock at Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN " "1 don't believe, I'd be jealous. If, Pa prefers some other woman, he' can have her; but I'm not goin' to set still and let some schcmin' hussy make a fool of him." Boulders," South Connellsvillc, are attending the annual convention of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in New York City this week, Harold Hart and James Koontz of Mount Pleasant were Conncllsvllle callers Wednesday evening. Improvement is reported In the condition of F. E. Markcll, who has been ill at his winter home in Orlando, Fla. He has been abed for some time by order of his physician. He is 84 years old. Mrs. John M. Elder returned this morning to her home in Pitcairn after a visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Stim- mcl, of East Murphy avenue. Miss Dora Richtcr of Jefferson street has resumed her duties as clerk at the G. C. Murphy store following a few days illness. Edward Bernardo and Miss Agnes Edwards returned Wednesday from Grove City, where they are students ot Grove City College, to spend the mid-semester vacation at their respective homes. Miss Martha Port of East Cedar avenue visited fnends in Uniontown Wednesday afternoon. Miss Martha Duggan has resumcc her studies as a sophomore at Wes' Virginia University at Morgantown having spent the semester vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Duggan in South Eighth street, Greenwood. Williams Myers, son of Rev. and Mrs. F. A. Myers, is ill ot his home in East Green street. Madeline Schoenborn, s m a 1 daughter, of. Rev. and Mrs, Karl H 3. Schoenborn of South Pittsburg street, is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gcnovcsc O: Umontown visited Mrs.'; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel DeMarco, of South Arch street today. Dr. Earl C. Sherrick of East Fair view avenue is able to be about hav ing been ill at his home for a few days. Miss Morjorie Johnson, a studcn at Pennsylvania College for Women Pittsburgh, will arrive home Friday to spend the mid-semester vocation Girl Seoul (lasses Create Considerable Interest for Leaders "Miuinging a Troop," was (lie theme of the Gill Seoul Ti.immfi Class. Wednesday evening when it mot m the Fust Mcthomsl npis(.opil Church under the ducction of Miss .Tcnnnc Chi.sty Mis-, Christy ,m- .swcrcd numcious questions and rcp- ii!!cntiiti\e of dillciunt Uoops gave suggestions they l;id tiled. Miss Clmsty also c.\plnmed the unctioning of the various committees f the local Gill Scout Council ·hicli will sponsoi ;ill tioops m this' ioj. A Leader*. Association, com- rising the captains and lieutenants' t the troops, was ircommended by liss Clmsty who suggested that the alter be Riven consideration until Friday. Tins evening, troop com- littec members aic urged to attend s the part they play m a troop will explained. The eourt of lionoi, vhich is the executive boai d of the rocp formed by patrol loaders, cap- .ain-nnd lieutenants will be demon- rated. The camp committee nnd other ouncil members met with Miss Christy this afternoon at the home I Mrs. Bela B. Smith, 111 West ·rcen street. Nature study and hilling wcio dis- usscd Tuesday evening. G.imcs verc played, followed by pattol meetings nt which time notation was made on questions pertaining to the vork a scout troop should accom- slish. Lists were made of equipment needed on a hike. The croup then divided into two iections. One made charts which could be used on hikes to gather na- urc study material in a no\cl way ind the other di.scus.sod hiking, woods used and the various tpcs of fires to build, cooking, menu, games and other phases of the hike. An open discussion was held led by Muss Christy concernins hikes, nature study and handicraft. Many illustra- ions of the nature study work done y other troops was displayed. Color-Economy-in Heirloom Ai'ghaii Columbus Hall, First street, West I with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. L Side.--Advertisement.--3feb-2t. Dalc Johnson, of Race street. Shi -- Mrs..-Frank K. Bailey, who under- ;7wonf an operation at the Uniontown · Hospital, returned to her home at -Ohiopylc getting along very "nicely. - Miss · Martha Evelyn Ridgway of Washington, D. C., a former Connellsville girl, is visiting her father. will return to her classes Monday. Names Bakers' President. PITTSBURGH, Feb. 3.--O. E. Me Gregor ol Scranton was elected p r e s i d e n t ^.of the Pennsylvania Bakers' Association os the associa tion closed its three-day convention Jf."~f."RidEway," of "Uniontown, and I here Tuesday night. friends in Cor.nellsville. Miss Ridg- i : way was bom\ and reared here and was graduated from the High School ' in 193G and has been in Washington 'since as a telephone operator. While here she lived with her grandmother, -Mrs. Myrtle Boyd, of the "West Side. E'ic will return to Washington Sat- ·"urdo/. , ^ R«'V. .Karl H. J. Schoenborn of the j "First' Presbyterian Church will' preach nt the closing service ot the lYouth Rally held at Glades Presbyterian Church at Carmichaels in ob- _35Cryinco of Christian Endeavor iwccl:, Friday evening. * Me. and Mrs. John Davis of "The ARE YOU ONLY A 3 AWIFE? Men can ncrcr wile--m wlfo who li lovable for ttire* weclti of tht mouth--but · h«Il*c«t tha fourth, No matter bow your buck acho*--no matlw how loudly your ntrvea »crcatn--doo't Uk« it out on your husband. For t fa roe generations on* woman haa told another how to go "amUlne through" with TLydfa K, Pinfcham'a VrceUbla Compound. It help* Nature tone up the cyntvm, thua femrQ- Inr tbo dtoroafbrt* from tb« functional · oiaer* which women must endure. Make a not* NOW to c«t a botU« of PJnVham'i today WITHOUT FAIL from your drucctit--moro than n million women Eave written In letter* reporting benefit. Why not try LYDIA K. i'INKUAM'3 VEGETABLE COMPOUND? "One Day Only! TODAY' One Day Only! ON THE STAGE : Direct,from Orecnsljurg Radio Station-WHJB RAD5O REVUE Featuring KAY KAROLL T^ots of fun and entertainment. Yodcllng, .slnglnp, nitd comedy jjulore! Lets all Imvc a good time! Stage Show Starts at 2:18, 4:00, r:54, 7s42 and 9:30 ON THE SCREEN! "FIND THE WITNESS" Starring Charles Quiglcy Rosalind Keith --Plus,-LATEST W0im XE1VS SCREES SNAPSHOTS ~ Coming Jfridny - ~ . .. "WHEN LOYE IS YOUNG" ~- " " -" " Starring :. Virginia Urucc, Kent Taylor, TTalter Brennan, - franklin. rnnghonu-SterUng Hofloway · - · --Plus-- "~ " BANK NIGHT First Drowing-$350.00; Second-? 125.00 Kouschotil Arls by Alice Hroyks Afghan I» liasy . Jutl Worked Duck sail Forlli in One Ticcc PATTERN 6010 Economy you'll enjoy . . . a colorful afglunn that take, only about halt as much wool :is ym usu:illy need tor one this sue 1 And there's economy of labor, too, lor with n Inrgc hook and 4-fold Germantown yarn this jilly crochet worltb up quickly jnto a fluHy, warm afghan. It's glorious in three shades with a dark color or in scraps. In pattern 6040 you will find directions lor making the afghan; an illustration of it and of the btitchcs used; mntcriiil requirements, and color su«gcstions. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents in stamps or com (com preferred^ t The Courier Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th Street. New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAMK, ADDRESS and PATTERN" NUMBER. Grim. Reaper Hospital Valient.*. Paul Wancr McCormick, 18 months old, son of Mr. :md Mn.. D. McCormick of Leiscnnng No. I, Mrs. Ro-iC Tissue of Mount Ruddock. Ch..rU-x Tupta ami Mrs. Bertha Johnson of Uniontown and Mrs. Sndic Stout of Connellsville. R. D. 2. have been admitted to Conni'lk-viUeState Hospital for treatment. Sues for Divorce. GREEN'SBUKG. Feb. 3.--Dorothy Sadler Kkvls of Mount Pleasant ha* filed a ltlx-1 in divorco lit re nK.iinst her husband, Vinruit UkeU She charKes cruelty, mdiftmlics and desertion which she claims occurred October 15, 1931. Mrs. Solomon Ohlcr Dead. SOMERSET, Kcb. 3.--Mis. D.-my Belle OJiler, K, \vife of Solomon Ohler of Berlin, died Sunday. There arc three children, her mother and four sisters. Dies in Hrooklyn Home. ' UNIONTOWN. Feb. 3--Abe Waldbaum, 57, fatlier of Mrs. Meyers Brec, found dc.ui In his home at Brooklyn, N. y., of .1 hcjrt condition. SHtS. EDNA M. FREED MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 3.-Mrs,. Edna May Everett Freed, 50 5 cars old, widow ot Samuel M. Freed, resident of Washington btrcct, this place, died this -nornms at Allegheny General Hospital, PittsburRh, where i-he had been undergoing; treatment. Death was said to have been tudden. She had been expected home this week. Surviving arc two daughters and three sons: Mrs. Glenn Dolan and Mrs. Henry Schroll. Jr., of '.tout.! Pleasant, Orvillc F. (Bud), John and Samuel M. at home. The funcial will be Saturday nt 2 o'clock at the home, with burial in St. John's Cemetery at Middle Churches. this morntni', m Unjontown HospitnJ from the cllccti of a fractured left leR buffered 10 day^ ago when she fell fiom a rear porch. She was born September 13, 1855, was charier member of Union Grange and Colonel Lnn Chapter, D. A. R Among .sur\ iving children ate: Lulu at home, Mrs. John U. Morelond of Galesburg, 111, James F. of Fairmont, Robert W. of North Union township, Mrs. St.mley II. Fclder of MorRantown, Dr. George U. of Mont- elair, N. J.. Elmer W. of Uniontown and William V. at home. Alderman's Office . Filled for Hearing Not Even Scheduled Approximately 50 persons gathered Monday night in the office of Alderman John E. Wallace in South Arch street on the strength of an article that appeared in county newspapers, (but not The Courier) asseitinfi a 3ullskin township controversy was scheduled for a hearing. Trouble, according to these articles, alleged to be centered about a ·situation that developed when five Sulskin township pupils were forced to stay away from their classes because they were suffering from an infectious skin disease, known as impetigo. Alderman Wallace said he had heard something about the purported dissatisfaction but at no time was a hearing date set because no one filed any information and no person was subpoenaed or even "invited" for a hearing to discuss the matter. The alderman said that as far as he was concerned the meeting time angle was manufactured. When people began to appear at his office, the alderman inquired as to the nature of their visit and they advised him they had read in newspapers about a hearing. He informed them that no meeting had been called, no informations made, no subpoenaes issued and no hearing fixed. Some of the persons involved were said to have gone so far as to consult attorneys on the strength of the erroneous article, it was said. The Cornier was advised by another source that more than 20 students in the township had been compelled to miss classes since the opening of the term because of im- petiso, which was placed on the list ot quarantinable diseases by the last State LcgislaUue. The skin disease can be effectively "cleared up" within 10 days or two weeks, it was explained. GKOKGC K. CIIISSKLL George R. Chisycll, 3B years old dud Wednesday at his home nl Fairchance following a short illness JOSKI'll WILSON MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 3 ,,.._ Word was received here of the sud- invcstiKations from June I to Dccwm- To Toot Commission's Bills. HARRISBUKC. Feb. 3--Public Utility Commission billed 19 utility companies for S75.753.54 for expenses of the commission in connection with PRESBYTERIANS ORGANIZE TWO YOUNG CHOIRS Mrs. Charles E. Ca two choirs at the Fi Chui ch with Mrs. Dihvorth as the ac junior choir, composi holds rehearsals eve son is directing st Presbyterian J. Montgomery ompanist. The d of 20 children ·y Friday afternoon at the church. The Young People's Society, at meetings on Monday and Wednesday nights, laid the groundwork for a choir but deferred completing the organisation until after a few rehearsals have been held. when you ride on Smooth Tires Let us KE3TEW the TJflUtt DESIGNS on Your Smooth Tires with our speedy, efficient, BEXDIX-rECO !Kt|iiiimcnt. It restores safety; improves steering; increases mileage; enhances appearance. Your choice ot many anti-skid treads maybe quickly cut. The cost per tire is only SUPREME SEEVICE Opp. West Tcnn Terminal Phone 1252. Use our Classified Advertisements. I den dc.ilh of Joseph Wilson at Cam- bndce, Ohio, » former resident of this place. Dc.ith resulted suddenly from a heart attat-k. The body to be brought here today. ber 1, IB37, as provided under the new public utility law. Assessments included \Vrst Pf-nn Power Company, Pittsburgh, $47 58. MRS. MARTHA TATE Mrs. Mnrtha Tate, 51 years old,' wife ot I'erry Tate, died Wednesday | at her home at Outcrop following a t hngcrmj; illness. Besides her hus-1 band, the n survived by five ions and three daughters. MRS. DORCAS UENSUAW UNIONTOWN. Feb. 3.--Mrs. Dorens Rosetta Hazcn Hchshaw, 82 years old, of New Salem road, died 'vj#m^m?®£*Kii iviivr, HE no TO us WHKX JIB GETS OUT? rius! A L r: R K r j-: M JK f, 0 T I i: Ciirlooii UAL, ROACH in 'The County Hospital' Plus! A fi A B C A L I, 0 IV A Y JfOTOlty THE NEW TODAY THE PICTURE THAT D A N C E S A L I C E F A T E TO THE VBKY T O P ANEW UNIVERSAL Picture Directed by DAVID BUTLER Produced by B. G. DeSYLYA Charles R. 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