The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 4, 1938 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 4, 1938
Page 6
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P.. B SIX THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTXiLE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 193S. PERSONAL MENTION Alex B Hood, vice-president of | the First National Bank, who is ill of pneumonia at h s home in Isabella road, was slightly improved today Oppman's Taxi. Phone 100--Ad- \t iisemcnt.--9oct-tf Mrs L Dale Johnson and Mrs on C Fosselman attended the 01 thly meeting of the Fayette My Medical Auxiliary, held i day night at the White Swan ' Uniontown They were ac- i med by Dr Johnson and Dr nan, who were present at the ~*ry session of the medical soc of the county. The Kiwanis Club will hold a card p. 11 j ' 500 " ..contract and auction J. else Tuesday, February 8th, in ;* "ii Club Rooms--Prizes, door pi i/ . lunch Admission 50c_--Ad- \c t -cnt--2feb-6t - i _ .. Vi-its Catcuno Raymond, Betty Flanmgari 1 and Florence Smith, Jack Rajmond L-x\\rencc DcOrc and lo-nmy Dcmer attended the Sf Vm- iont College tickhnvm rccogm'ion danc, held Wcdncsdaj night at the Penn Albert Hotel, Grccnsburg - 20 attracts o *oals, -sport and fur trimmed, values to S15 Hst call, $4.98 Pi mccbs " Shop --Advertisement --2f eb-3t _ - Ronald McMnnus little son ot Mi and Mrs Gnnt McManus of Dunbar, lvho_undenvqnt a;scrious operition three weeks ago at the Uniontown HospltaL-ivas able .to return '.ojns -- « -- - : We-carrj a complete line o£ valentines for every member of the family. "Also "Bunte's Valentine Chocolates, at TCestner.5 Book Store, 125 West Apple-street--Advertisement I--3feb-3t ' Mrs Robert Wood, Mrs Joseph Bacr, Mrs R · D Mosier and MIS.S Martha Hankms of Uniontown motored hero Thursday and had lunch with Miss Jeanmc Chustie who is conducting a training school here lor Girl Scouts Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN "I don't see that freedom has done anything for women except make 'cm more like men, ar.d if that is progicss, what this world needs is gom' backwards" Galasso Family Gnm s Its Caimelene Ann And shes just as attractive as her name, ac- coidmg to Papa "Joe Galasso, make-up man in The Courier composing room, who "pent the foienoon bragging to the boys with the result th it the fust edition just got oft the press in time to make mail connections The young lady arrived at 6 30 o clock this morning at the Galasso home in North Eighth street, swelling the family to two girls and one boy The weight was eight and one-half pounds Mis Galasso is getting along nicely Mrs. r. J. Harrigan I Grim Reaper South Connellsville with whom he lived He had been ill for some time past A native of Virginia, he was a blacksmith by occupation and for a number of years was emp'oyed by S J Harry Besides his Mstcr Mi Brown, he is suivived by three others Miss Leola Wax of Soutn Connellsville, Mrs Lucy Beli of Mount Pleasant and Mrs Ethel Wall of Harnsonburg, Va, and a brother, Thomas Wat of Steelton Pa The funeral service will be held Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Union Baptist Church of which the deceased was a member Burial will be in Mount Pleasant Cemcicry Dies of Pneumonia NAVY PROBES PLANE CRASH of our annual m quality dry_ cleaning. Simons_ Cash -. Carfy^ Take advantage February specials . : ChailS'-Cropp'of Mather vis-ted his raotKer, Mrs. Belle ~ Cropp, of JESSE II ADAMS UNIONTOWN, Fcb 4 --Jesse H AdTms, 72, a native ot Meriittstown and one of the most widely known .farmers of Greene county, died Wednesday morning at his home on Wisccarvcr Run, Wajncsburg, R D 5, after an illness of three years Mr~~Adams was born at Merrittstown September 11, 1865, and was a son of the Rev Jesse Adams and Jane Kerr Adams Surviving are nis wife and thice sons, Charles Francis Adams, at home, James T Adams, of MRS JOSEPHINE QUATTIIOCCHI MEYERSDALE, Feb. 4 --Mrs Josephine Quattrocchi, wife of Donato Quattrocchi died at Hazel Mc- Gilvcry Hospital Thursday morning She had been a patient there since Monday She was 33 years old and a daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Bruno of Shaw mines Besides husband and p-irents she is survived by six children, four brothers and four sisters The funeral will be held Monday morning at S o clock n SS Philip delphia, Adams, ·md J r , Attorney Jacob B of Uniontown, two gr -He was enroute home from Washington, D C, where lie spent two weeks as a delegate to the miners' convention Penny bingo. Jr. O U. A M , Odd Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg street, Friday night, 8 30 --Advertisement -- 3fcb-2t Miss Jane Hoover, a student at Hood College, Fredenck, Md is spending the mid-semester vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs W W. Hoover, of Madison avenue. Operators' Local No 86 will hold their regular monthly meeting Saturday, February 5th, at 2 o'clock at Columbus Hall, First street. West Side -- Adv crtisemcnt -- 31 eb-2t Mrs Madelyn Reed Mrs J R Laughlin, Mrs C N McClure, Mr» I, S Robbms and Mrs Winifred Cowan attended a patriotic mec ng held Thursiay night at the Arcnde Theatre, Scottdale, by the American Legion Auxiliary of that place Varied entertainment including singing, tap dancing and bingo, were en- daughters. Miss Sarah E Adams, a teacher in BeallsviUe High School, and Mrs Mary Jane Thomas, a Iteacher In the Aliquippn schools He is also survived by one brother, Attorney Jacob B.'Aflaras, Sr, of Uniontown, who is the last of a fam ly of seven biothers and one sister There arc seven grandchildren and James Church with Rev Miller as celebrant of nass H T Mis Mary Harngin, widow of P J Harngan, died this morning at 11 o clock at hei home in West Ccdir tvenue, after an illness of but two days Dcith w is caused by pneumonia Mrs Harrigan was taken ill Tuesday evening Pneumonia developed this morning j Mrs Maiy Wimfied Harrigan was born at Brownsville 86 years ago, a daughter of Patnck and Winifred King She came to Connellsville,at the age of 12 After attending Mount Aloysius Academy at Lorctta ^hc tiught school and music in Connellsville for five years This city had ever since been her home Her husband, Patrick J Hnrrigan was for many years master mechanic for nc Baltimore Ohio Railroad here He died December 18, 1924 She .as the last of her family, her irothcr, Hugh King, having died 22 ycais ago Mrs Harng-m uas a member of he Imnmcul itc Conception Church ind before age and infirmity prevented was an active worker in the chui ch, including the L C B A , of \hich she wns a long-time worker Surviving are five daughters Wm- fred, Margaret and Emma at home Mary, wife of F A Yahner of Cora Gables, Fia and Anne wife of J iVitncy Soisson of East Murphy avenue this city There are eigh' grandchildren The arrangements for the funera will be announced Saturday. Mrs Yahnoi is on her way home from Florida At the insistence of Mrs Harrigan friends are asked to omit sending flowers. PAUL iv MccomncK Paul Wancr McCorm ck, 18 months old, son of Mr and Mrs Otis. McCormick of Lcisonring No 1 died ct 11 50 o'clock Wednesday night in Connellsville State Hospital of pneumonia A post-motcm was onduct- ed to determine the cause of death The youngster is believed to have been named after Paul Waner, srar outfielder o£ the Pittsburgh Pirates MRS AMANDA JAAIES MEYWISDALE, Fcb 4 --Mrs Amanda Gray James died at her home in Beachley street, early Thursday morning after a lingering illness She was 65 jcars old The funeral service will be held at her home Sunday afternoon ot 2 SO o'clock with Rev DeWitt L Miller, pastor of the Church of the Breth en, officiating Interment will be m Union Cemetery Deceased is survived by her husband, William James, and the following children' Robert of Mcjers- dale, M C , of Somerset, Mrs James Rcincs of Toledo, Ohio, Mrs Charles Lumadue of Elyria, Ohio and Mrs Walter Garlilz of Altoona MRS. MARY T. MORRIS Mrs Mary Trump Moms, TO jcars and 10 months old, widow of Joseph Morris, died this morning at 10 o clock at her home at Reidmorc after an illness covering a pciioc ot 15 jcars She was born in 1858 and had been a resident of Rcidmo* for about 50 cars A son Harry, a home survives Mr Morris died 14 years ago last February 28 Why Not Try our classified columns wnen you want something' Results follow EVANGELICAL SERVICE TONIGHT Rev W S Harr, pastor of th Evangelical Church at South Con nellsvillc, reported interest and at tendance on the incieasc m the re vival The sermon subject for to night will be "The Unfair' There Is special music service at ever Thomas E Nestor Dies. PITTSBURGH, Feb 4 --Thomas E Ne tor, 57, division engineer for th Pennsylvania Railroad died her Monday He vvas in charge of th Monongihcla Division for 10 year He leaves his wife, a sister and tw brothers Dies In Brooklyn Home. UNIONTOWN, Feb 4 --Abe Wald b mm, 57, father of Mrs Meyer Brce, was found dead in his home a Brooklyn, N Y , of a heart condition Alumni Plan Parly In Connection With Meeting February 14 The Conncllbvillc High School Alumni Association will hold n social program in connection with iti, meeting culled for Monday February 14 Continued from Page One ew safety feature in aircraft na- euvers * The two giant plincs locked wings 'hilc being mincuvcicd nto clusc ornrUion duitng darkness -ind i quail, each of the three f'iclois a cnl The cause of the crash was ot given officially, but it \\is ic- The affair is the fiist one of the k nd orted that a gust of wind hid cvc r arranged nused them to drift togcthei They ceil . I Other committees arc / Entertainment, Nick A [Bell, chairman, Lois Bcnford, Hiram Lepley, Eva Sapolbky, John Caller and Ruth Rohci. / Refreshment Beatrice Horowitz, chauman, VjnDyke Humbert Mary ley .ind Doiothy Blown Welfare chdiiman. Ldward Rishebergcr, Lbthcr Ansell, Carmcl C-illci Ei. 'h T coder, George Dull and ockcd, one plane burst into flnmrs nd both plunged down and -sank m he ocean Four men of one pHnc coped out in paiachutcs mt \v«ic ucked up fiom the w.itcr One of hem died later of his injuries The 98 warships and more than 100 planes, assembled oft the c\ist or war games under realistic conditions were m incuvenng in daik- ncss against a thcorctic-il enemy m- '.ider The bombers were scouting, ·md close foimation into vhich thiy vere otdcred, meins appiOAima'oly one plane width, 105 feet ipart The toimy weather added to the bay- ards of attaining the phalinx in which the V-shaped squadrons trjv- el Aboard Calto-i P ginning of a events one plane. Lieutenant Hutchins, former Naval Academy footbaall and lacrosse star, ordered his men to leap tluough n bomb rick opening when the crash occurred Four of them escaped from the plane J H Hester, radioman first class, one of the four picked up by the crew of n crishboit from the fhgship Pennsylv-ima, died of his injuries yesterday The other three survived Lieutenant Hutchins was still at the controls the last time he was seen by the survivors Two other member: of his crew, Willnm Woodruff and John G M Neidzwcicki, ilso were lost with the plane designated ll-P-3 In the Plane ll-P-4, Lieutenant Elmer G Cooper and his crew of six all died. They were Erwm Koch, aviation cidct and the enlisted men, Maurice J Fitzmauncc, Gcoige C Griffith, Julian Ra\Us, Joseph Walton and Williim Landgrcve Five of those lost were vctonns in the Navj's Pacific flights and rmdc a trip to Pearl Harbor, Honolu u from California last April The two-motored planes, 14-ton PBY models, were valued at $250,000 each. md may be the bc- number of Frmk Ellis, j The committee personnel will meet Mrmlai Monday at the High School The business session will be held a cliisioom at the High School and the hour \\ ill follow in the jymnasium Shernck Fisher, a dncctor ot the Mrs. Lffic F Brltt Dies. MOUNT PLEASANT Fob 4 -Mis Erne Frazier Bntt, 69, a former icsident of Pleasant Unity, Mammoth and United died Wednesday night in ilumm body and a tenchcr m the Gicensburg hospital She leaves six High School is chanman in clnnjc child! en The funeral mass will be of arrangements A number of j held Siturday morning at Hcrmime groups to assist \vith the socnl pio- ;rim Inve also been selected The business meeting will convent it 7 30 o clock ind the cntcitamment will take plare immcdiitely after- wuds On the social committee with Mr Fisher aie Miss Mary Fiances Baer, Hubert Cnig Miss Evalyn Murphy, Jack Y Port and Misi Lynne B Kin- Liquid. Tiblcti Trr COLDS and FEVER Cbecks first day (Icidache. 30 minute*. Itub-My-Tl5m"-Wor!i5 · Best Liniment Frecds Have Second Daughter A daughter was born at 6 15 o clock Thursday morning to Mr and Mrs A Preston Freed at their Poplar Grove home The new arrival is the second child m the family Both are girls Mrs treed, who was Miss Ida Kcll before her marriage, and the baby are both reported to be getting along very nicely Mr and Mrs A P Freed of South Ninth street are grandparents TODAY ONLY L I F E B E G I N S AT LOVE-TIME ' B R U C E A UNIVERSAL PICTURE LOVt IS VOUNG «». KENT TAYLOR --1'luv-- WALTER BRENNAN BANK NIGHT $350.00-5125.00 SATUKim' OMY "THE TRUSTED OUTLAW" Bob Steele Serial jScus Cartoon W \LTER WAX Walter Wax, 52 years old, died Wednesday morning at 4 o'clock at the home of a brothor-m-law and joyed Lunch was served -- Card party, benefit St Vincent DePaul Church, Leisenrmg, Wed, Feb 9th, bridge, "500" and bmgo --Ad- | vertisement.--feb-1-4-7 ~ Attorney E C. Higbce is reported ' ill at his home in South Pittsburg | street He was ordered to bed for a rest, it was said todaj j U B annual baked ham supper, i Thursdaj, February 17th, 5 to 8 P M i --Advertisement --feb-1-4-8811. H. M Curry is reported seriously ill at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Douglas K Mcllv-iine of East Park The LddiCi' Auxiliary to South Connellsville Firemen will hold a "500 and bingo party, Monday night, in Firemen's Rooms Lunch and door prize Admission 25c -Advertisement --feb-4-7 r Mrs Ida Shceser went to Grants- Mile, Md , this afternoon to visit her mother, Mrs Emma Hmgcr and her brother, Ernest Ringer Mrs Ringer's ill health is" due to age, wliile Mr Ringer, whose condition was serious, waVfnreatoned with pneumonia ~ "500' and bingo, P H C. JHa]l,_ Saturday nfglTt 830 Door -prize," lunch Admission 25c--Adveitise- ment --4feb-2t - _ ~ ~ 3 Frank-Kite and Miss Emma K Hite left by motor to spend the-remainder of the "winter m the Southwest. Thej. JR lit be In Now Orleans for the mardl "gras and will spend the month of March in Mexico City ,, Heart shape valentine boxes Martha Washington Candy. Belvidere Candy Shop--Advertisement--4-ltx sister, Mr and Mrs J F. Brown of "Men's and Bojs' Wear 210 Jf. Pittbburg Street, 'Tom Sawyer Shirts Si/es S to " = Boys'Dress Oxfords Values to S2.45 $1.69 Boys' Sweat Shirts AH colors Last Times Today *»." V SHE COULD HAVE HAD M I L L I O N S tfic teamed them A N D S H E FA-N T E D ALICE ytf TOITRE A 'SWEETHEART" - GEORGE MUBPHY KEN MURRAY ondh 5 o'ootjc OSWALD C H A B I E S W I N N I N G E R ~ ANDY DEVINE . , W M . G A R G A N £cto«n plaY by Mont* Bnc* end Chail*i Girrton by D/A1D BU71CR u Producodby G. De SYLVA Charles R. 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