The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 17, 1939 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 17, 1939
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SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY;'FEBRUARY 17.-1939. PERSONAL MENTION SCOn'S SCRAP BOOK R.-J.l,r«J U. S. P.I. Wilbert Millar, Harry Trevitt, Miss Marie McGann and Miss Martha German, the last named of Uniontown, went to Pittsburgh Thursday evening and heard Eddie Duehin and his orchestra appeaving at a Pittsburgh theatre. Two plain dresses, cleaned and pressed, 69c, during our "Once-A- Year" promotion special. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- ment-13-feb.-et. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sellers have returned to Pittsburgh after a visit ] c.'. their respective home tor a' few days. Autobridge--that fascinating new bridge game! Keagy's have it! $1.00, S2.00 and $3.00 sets.--Advertisement. --16feb-3t. · Miss Eleanor Ladick is ill o£ the ijrip at her home in South Connells- .ville. .. Beautiful new soring coats at 'economical prices. Princess Shop.-- Advertisement.--17teb-lt. Joseph J. Opperman and James Dailey attended the Willard Battery Salesmen's banquet at the Mayflower Hotel, Pittsburgh, Thursday evening. Card party, P. H. C. Hall, Saturday night, 25c.--Advertisement.--ITIeblt. Mrs. L. Rothey of Elizabeth is visiting her sister, Miss Dorothy Liebert in East Cedar avenue this \veek. ", Fresh Martha Washington Candies for Washington's- Birthday. Belvi- 'fiere Candy Shop.--Advertisement. --feb!7-20. · Miss Ruth Dennis is confined to her- home in Oden. street with the grip. . - · Cadet Philip Atkins left Thursday for Blacksburg, Va., to resume his classes at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, after spending several days \vith his parents, Mr. and Mrs..W. H/ Atkins, of Isabella road.;. Cadet, Atkins carr.e home because of an . injury to his left eye received in a snowball battle at the school. Mrs. Helen Reagan of .Vine street, female probation and parole officer, was in Pittsburgh. Tuesday attending the annual probation and parole conference which was held at the William Penn Hotel, underwent an operation at the Uniontown Hospital, has returned to her home in Woodiawn avenue, .Uniontown, and is getting along nicely. Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN "I reckon we're nil that way. When Bill traded at the other store, I didn't like him; but now he trades with Pa, and I find lie's right nice when you know him." By R. J. SCOTT Grim Reaper Foreign War Vets Will Meet Monday 'A meeting ol -Walter E. Brown 'ost, -Veterans ot Foreign Wars, has been called for 8 o'clock Monday night at the post home in South ,' PiUsburg street,' i -·WE MANGROVE. oF-1V(E FLORIDA MUCH A DE'SEP.1' PLANT" AS AN ARIZONA ARE-VARH'.SrtED 1.1 KE. M.OST op DRV 4,OOO WAYS -to -SPEU- SHAKES PEAR.E.S WA.ME. AR-E.ACliiALl IM ABOOK- . WILLIAM -- 4(OOO DOES XOf EXHAllS-f AlX-TH 'Jelly.Roll"-Boone Gefs Off With Fine, 30 Days and Parole UNIONTOWN, Feb. 17.--Ralph (Jelly Holl) Boone, convicted lottery law violator, was sentenced by Judge H. S. Dumbauld when he appeared in court after having reportedly been a fugitive from justice. On the first count of maintaining and operating a lottery, Boone was fined $500 and given 30 days in jail. On the conspiracy charge, he was ordered to pay another $500 and servo six months in jail, the court stipulating the sentences to run concurrently with, a parole to be considered at the end of 30 days if-the fines and costs are paid. Boone told the court that he failed to appear in December for sentence but blamed failure to do so upon an appearance before the county's Blue Hibbon investigating committee and a misunderstanding of statements made to him at the time. ZENTARSICST FUNERAL A change in the time of the funeral for Mrs. Stanley Zentarsky has been announced. A prayer will be held at the home, 210 Snycler siroet, at 9:30 o'clock Saturday morning followed by solemn requiem ' high mass at Holy Trinity R. C. Church with Rev. W. Wisniewski, pastor, celebrant. Burial will be made in Holy Trinity Cemetery at Poplar Grove. In addition to other survivors, Mrs. Zentarsky also leaves another daughter, Miss Jane Zeniarsky, nt home. MRS. MICHAEL BOXLE ,. Mrs. Michael Boyle, 79 years old, died at 7:10 o'clock this morning at her home in Franklin township. She is survived by the following children: Sarah of Smock, Mrs. William Kirkpatrick of Arnold City, Mrs. Charles Lance of Ohio, Mrs. Harley Tjbls of Franklin, 111., and Miss Mary Boyle of Colonial.. -To SPE.LU KAME IM EH^LISfJ COERIGAN FUNERAL The funeral mass for Mrs. Anna Agnes Corrigan, who died Wednesday night at her home at Greensburg, will be held at 9:30 o'clock Saturday morning . i n " Most'.'Holy ··Sacrament Church at Greensburg. Interment will be. in St. John's Cemetery at Scottdaie.'. '.:_ ' . JAMES HUNTER". James Huriter," 87'years old, died Thursday at his home at Fairhope. He was a native of Kirkcaldy, Scotland. . - .. . " Birth of Daughter Announced. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lewis ol near Bakersville, on the birth of a nine- pound daughter recently at their home. The baby, the first girl in the family, has been named for its maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Sheets, wife of Lawrence Sheets. There are now a boy and a girl in .the family. Mrs. Lewis -will be remembered as Miss Nevada May Sheets. Former Liberty Girl Mother. An eight-pound son, the first child In the family, was born at 7 o'clock Thursday morning at the" Charleroi Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Jenkins of Monessen. The baby is also the first, grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mickey of Liberty, Mrs. Jenkins is the former Miss Eleanor Mickey. She was a student nurse at the Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, prior to her marriage. To Prove Convict's Release. ·; NEW YORK, Feb. 18.--Governor Lehman has been asked to investigate the fact that Joseph Bendix, convict, who testified for District Attorney Dewey against Charles (Lucky) Luciano, convicted vice overlord, has not been returned to his Sing Sing Prison cell. He has been away 23 months. Pay Off ALL Your Bills With a Personal Loan Then have LESS to pay each, month, because you have only ONE placo to pay. There'll bo moio LEFT OVER Jor your living expenses. Main requirement. ju«t your ability to to- pay the loan In *maU sums regularly. No co-makers. No indiscreet inquiries "Personal Credit** loans up to £300 on. your sjgnoluro only, or thoso ol husband and wile. Come in of phone. High School Alumni Will Meet Monday An important meeting of the Con- Kellsville High School Alumni Association is scheduled for 8 o'clock Monday night at the High School building. The purpose of the meeting Is to discuss the proposed yearly program of activities. The new program will be outlined, committees drawn up and chairmen appointed. In the recent questionnaire conducted by the program revision committee, 43 of the 53 persons who returned" answer's, expressed - -their willingness to serve on committees. This information will determine to .a large extent the new committee appointments. - - EXCUOSED m ) T SIMPLY B"fHE AR.MADli.LO: BOKY PLA-TE.S, i A BAU-.V/KEK - Hurt in-Auto W r e c k ; - Ernest, James Stanyon; 55, of 322 South Broadway, Scottdaie, suffered injuries to\ the right shoulder when his automobile was forced off the highway on Route 119 between Con-' nellsville" and Uniontown and struck a pole. ' He was taken to the. Connellsville State Hospital for treatment. . ' Stork at Hospital. There were two births at Connellsville State Hospital overnight. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stimmel of Dawson at 7:30 A. M. today and a. daughter arrived for Mr. and Mrs. James E. "Wardlow of Scottdaie at 4:10 P. M. Thursday. Large Crowd Sees Junior C u l t u r e Club Benefit Play "Step This Way," a delightful musical comedy, presented Thursday night at the High School auditorium, made a big hit with an audience of more.than 500 persons. The play was sponsored by the Junior Culture Club, proceeds to be for its eye fund. " Every member o£ the large cast gave a fine performance. Songs were tuneful and costumes colorful and picturesque. The ucting of Thomas Savage, C. Herbert EHis and Mary Margaret Courtney, last named of Uniontown, drew repeated applause. The cast was: Kay Ludlow, private secretary of Mi: Boniface, Alice Baker; Lottie Hooper, wealthy widow, Catherine Wilhelm; Michael Boniface, American apple butter king, Norman Morrison; Noel Carlo, very temperamental shoe director, Ralph Chambers; Eddie Hooper, scion of the House of Hooper, Nick A. Bell; Conny Carter, an amateur acti-ess, Helen McCoy; Jean Boniface, Mitchy's daughter, Mary Margaret Courtney; Dot Crane, Jean's chum, Virginia- Keffer; Billy Gray, life guard in love with Jean, Thomas Savage; Don Stover, his pal, in love with Dot, C. Herbert Ellis; the phantom, a sinister and mysterious character, Jack Younkin; Flannigan, stage electrician, William Hixson; Art Ludlow, the crystal gazer, Lyell Williams; Francois, French chef, Clarence MacDonald; Joels, Scotch gardener, Sydney Mander; Hilda, the maid, Sara Lewellen; housekeeper, Alice Francis; Agony, the laundress, Anne Brady; maids and butlers, Beatrice Prinkey, Virginia Minerd, Jane Lansberry, Margaret Spitler, Virginia Randolph, Virginia Scott, Robert Chambers, Joseph Burleigh, William Boyd, Raymond Fosbrink, Jr., James Artis and J. T. Armstrong. Pirate hostages were Norma Jean Gallagher, Roberta Richey, Jean Robbins, Yvonne Camp, Mildred Templeton, Rhea. Courtney, Clara Mae Long and Marie Wilson; in the wind dancers included Vera Jones, Beverly Strawn, Margaret Young, Jean Goe, Janet Burdette, Patricia Coughenour, Barbara Moore- and Rosemary Hopkins; . moon over Pumpkinville--Edna Bryner, Lovella Bryner, Dorothy Freeman, Gretta Piper, Betty Wilson, Peggy Mitchell, Germans to Buy Cars for $400; Thousand Available for 1940 Wilson's Testimony Before Senate Group Will Be Kept Secret WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.--Hugh Wilson, U. S. ambassador to Germany, today told the Senate Military Affairs Committee his views on the European situation but insisted that his*testimony be kept secret. Committee members said Wilson demanded that clerks and the official stenographer be dismissed from the room before he would talk. "The ambassador gave us n general picture," one member said. He refused to answer many questions on the ground that his usefulness abroad might be impaired.' 1 "No record of the testimony wns taken and nothing is to be said about it," Chairman Morris Sheppard, D., Tex., said. Shares in $8.500 Estate. PITTSBURGH. Feb. 17.--Edward licensed to Marry. A marriage license was.issued at ·recnsburg to Alcnza A. King and Eva M. Roberts', both of Mount Pleasant. Get Jai'l Sentences. . ~ * UNIONTOWN, Feb. -17.--Thomas Dillon and William Jordan, both of Uniontown, u/doy were sentenced to nine months Jin the county j a i r ' f o r contributing /to the -delinquency of minors. J · ' . ' Jcaniictte Woman Dies. Mrs. Anna May. Franklin Greenawalt, lifelong resident. of' Jeannetie and wife o£ Andrew B. Greenawalt, president of the Glass City Bank of Jeannette, died suddenly Thursday at her home. BERLIN, Feb. 17.--Adolf Hitler opening the annual automobile show announced today that he had determined to rid Germany of careies drivers and automobile thieves. Attacking careless driving as "un National Socialist" and denouncing careless drivers as enemies of nazism he said: "I have decided to-rid the nation mercilessly of cureless drivers anc automobile thieves. . . The past six years have brought as many traffic fatalities to the nation as did the Franco-German war of 1870-1871. "This can not go on. . . It is ridiculous to waste our raw materials through speeding accidents." Hitler opened the motor show as motorists in Berlin fought with the worst traffic jam in months, due to the shutting off of streets along Hitler's route from his chancellery to the exhibition hall. The Wilhelm- strasse and a cross-town avenue were closed. Buses, taxicabs and street cars had to detour for many blocks. Placing the new "people's" car. on view, Hitler promised that mass production would be started as soon as T. Gruetzer of Fairchance is one o£ | ix)ssible . Two ot the new carSj black three persons who share in the bulk I and of scdon typCi werc on v i ew one of the estate ot Albert Meerhoof of on each side o£ u^ speaker's plat- Greenock who died Februaiy leaving an estate of S8,500 which was distributed by a will. form. The cars are to sell for about The two "people's" cars shown, today were proof that the plan of the TODAY ONLY C03HXG- SATURDAY 1,000 marks ($400), government for a popular priced, car Helen Enany, Lucy Cordaro, Joseph- was not merely a theory. ne Getchcll, Betty Marjorie Grey and Miller. was first planned several years ago. Sales propaganda has been, issued on the plan, urging people to subscribe Buccaneers -- Lewis Wandel, David Charlesworth, D. Porsche, designer and constructor of Trevor Lewis, A. R. Boyer, Harry the cars, wrote in the Voelkischer Lewellyn, Ralph T. Black, Beobachter, official Nazi newspaper Bufkhardt, E. B. Small, Leland F. organ, today that 200,000 applications' Whipkey, C. E. Rothlisbergcr, Ronald Phillips and Charles Poshard. understood that deliveries Bernardo, Jackie would be started some time in 1940, Dahl, Robert Shaw, Ross Prestia and with about 1,000 cars available, i Harry Romesburg. was reported that many subscribers Mrs. Nell Weisiger had charge of the make-up ol the cast. months or two years, FOR FEATURE TIKE CALL 599, Fri., Sat., Sun. Midnight, Mon. of the northwest -uie Roy a j Canadian Mounted Police' MIDNITESHOW SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 12:01 A. M. MARY MORRIS FEMININE COMMENTATOR S AUTHORITY ON FUNERAL SERJ/IGE You probably will be somewhat confused when you first enter a 'casket display room. I know I was. But i£ the funeral director has adopted the modern plan of marking each casket in p l a i n figures, which show the complete price, excluding cash disbursements and "extras," it: is an easy matter to make a suitable selection, and one which will more than you wish to pay. The Milton V. Mtmk organization has adopted this practice. Every casket in the Slunk display room is marked in plain figures. Mrs. SLorris Recommends IVULTON V. MUNK FUNERAL SERVICE I'lione Ooiuiellsville, 722-J. SHOES FOR.MEN "At Best Price for Fine Shoes" When you got that new pair of shoes, come in and look.-over our full line of Jarman shoes. The Jarman style chart will give you authentic information on "which shoe to wear with what." There is a special style for every clothing fabric in your wardrobe. . , . this new style can be hand-rubbed with Jarman Bootmaker Finish and care- ' fully hand polished to give it a beautiful glow. WRIGHT'S- Popular new J a r m a n Friendly in light tan, gunstock brown- a n d - black calf. ?5.QQ-_ SOISSON THEATRE Feature ]So. 1 Feature So. 2 A COLUMBIA P I C T U R E BOB HOPE-SHIRLEY ROSS L CHARLES BUTI£RWORTH TOMORROW · MONDAY · TUESDAY UUN1CK INTERNATIONAL Introducing Rieha-d with Henry Sttpbenson Produced b)$\ P' O S ' E C Z fi C K f ^-Directed by Richard^ Wallace ·. 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