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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 18, 1939
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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1930. PERSONAL MENTION SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK R. J. SCOTT William Echard, son o£ Mrs. T. B. j Echard of St. Petersburg, Fla., is ill j of inllucnza ;md pneumonia at a I private hospital at Vuldosla, Ga. He ; had been in a serious condition, but j is somewhat improved aecording to I word received hero. William had ! spent the mid-ycnr semester at his j home and was cnroute to Charlottes- ' villc, Va.. where is L a student at · Virginia University, when stricken. Two plain dresses, cleaned and pressed, 69c, during our "Oncc-A- ; Year'* promotion special. Simons . Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- ment-13-Icb.-flt. Mrs. F. II. Smith of South Pittsburg street went to Pittsburgh to spend the day with her aunt, Mrs. Daniel Westful), of Mount Lebanon, Pittsburgh. Autobridge--that fascinating new bridge game! Keagy's have it! Sl.OO, $2.00 and $3.00 sets.--Advertisement. --18feb-3t. Thomas Cummings. editor ol the Graf ton News, Gratton, W. Va., and brother, William Cummings, a senior at the University o£ West Virginia, Morgantown, are spending the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cummings, of South Pittsburg street. Athens Temple No. 80 will hold a card party, Tuesday evening, Feb. I Aunt Het By ROBER'I QUI1AJ5N "I reckon Pa is right. It is kind o' hard to tell what kind o' hat is in style and what ain't when they're al! different and nobody knows which is the standard." Grim Reaper . EMANUEL L. KNEPPER SOMERSET, Fob. 18.--Emanuel L. 21st, 8:45, Elks Hall, "500" and other j Knepper. 73, prominent farmer, games. Lunch, prizes.--Advertise- ! churchman and civic leader o£ the ment-18-feb.-3t. | Berlin - BrothersvaUey community, Miss Dorothy Lowe o£ Uniontown, j died Thursday al his home in Broth- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lowe [ ersvalley township after an illness of Laurel Hill, underwent an ap- ! of four months. pendicitis operation Thursday at the I He is survived by his wife, former Connellsville State Hospital. Miss | Emma Susan Schrock, with whom ho Lowe, employed at the Barton Flower Shop, Uniontown, is reported to be getting along nicely. Exclusive models in spring dresses at the. Princess Shop.--Advertisement-! S-Ieb.-lt. William Sieber, Jr., of Dawson and Ralph Whipkey of Ohiopyle are spending the week-end with friends at Indiana State Teachers College. Harold A. Swank of Lincoln avenue is spending the week-end with relatives al Pennsdalc. Miss Margaret Hanrahan of Cleveland, a student at Seton Hill College, (s spending the week-end with a classmate. Miss Rosemary Schuler, af East Cedar avenue. Miss Prudence Walters of East Cedar avenue went to Lewisburg Friday to spsnd the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Newton. Walters. Mrs. William J. Davidson and Mrs. Paul B. Dick are spending the iveek-end wi':h Mrs. Eastman Hackney of Pittsburgh. Arthur and Lawrence Duggan, students at Dtiquesnc University, Pittsburgh, ai:e spending the weekend with their parents. Attorney and Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., of South Pittsburg street. Mrs. Helen Jacobs of Uniontown has returned home after a week's visit with relatives here. was united in mariage 50 years ago, one son, one brother, or.e granddaughter and one great-granddaughter. The funeral service will be held at 10:30 o'clock Sunday morning in the Pike Church of the Brethren with interment following in the church cemetery. For years he was a deacon of the Brotherton Church of the Brethren, vice-president and director of the First National Bank of Berlin and a director of the Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Fayelte City Legion Dinner Tuesday High! More than 100 persons will attend the annual banquet o£ the American Legion Post and its auxiliary Tuesday night at Fayette City. Lieutenant Colonel Lucius McK. Crumrine of Washington, Pa., long identified with the Pennsylvania National Guard and a past State commander of the American Legion, will be the principal speaker. Also on the program are Francis M. Brady of Connellsville, district commander, and James R. Laughlin of Cor.nells- ville, chef de gare of Fayette County Voiture, Forty and Eight. MRS. CEDONIA T. HUNTEll Mrs. Cedonia Taylor Hunter, colored, 24 years old,'died at 1:45 o'clock Thursday afternoon after a short illness at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Taylor, 214 South Tenth street, West Side. .. She was the widow of Judge L. Hunter and leaves in addition to her parents two children, Patricia Ann and Judge L. Hunter, two sisters, I'rs. Thelma Fant and Mary Catherine Taylor, and four brothers, Charles, Thomas, Manuel and James, all at home. The funeral will .be' held Sunday afternoon with a prayer at the home i- South Tenth street at. 1:45 o'clock followed by a full service at the Union Baptist Church at 2 o'clock with Hev. L. H. Colvin, pastor, assisted by Rev. R. D. Epps, pastor of Mount Zion Baptist Church. Burial wlil be in Hill Grove Cemetery. SOU-THERM ARIZONA,, £AUFORUA. KOR.'frlER.N MEXICO, A.MD HO OILIER. PI-AXE. lK-f«E- WOR.U.D Testimonial Dinner Sunday Evening For Rev. Henry DeVivo POSTAL EA^PLOYES TC MEET SUNDAY EARTHQUAKES, POWERFUI- ~fKE RECORDS , SftooK -rftE.EAfc.-tfc DURlMCt 1938 -- -i^oU5AHC$ of WEAK-TREMORS OCCURRED tery near Smithton in charge of the undertaking firm of Ira Blair Sons of Perryopolis. JAMES HUNTER James Hunter, G7, o£ Fairhopo. Washington township, died at his home, reportedly niter the accidental drinking of a cleaning fluid. He had resided at Fairhopc for the past, 34 years. He leaves four daughters, two sisters and six grandchildren. The Xuneval service will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home. Interment will be rmide in Belle Vcrnon Cemetery. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" MRS. WILLIAM MILLHOUSE SOMERSET, Feb. 18.--Mrs. Theresa Elmira Millhouse, 60, wife of William Millhouse of Berlin, died Wednesday at Windber. She leaves her husband, two children and nine brothers and sisters, including Mrs. Jonas Gary and William Bowmnn of Rockwood. WEST VIRGINIA . AT PITT TONIGHT PITTSBURGH, Feb. 18.--Pitt can improve its standing in the Eastern Basketball Conference tonight by ·winning over West Virginia at the Pitt tSadium, and that is just v;hat the aPnthcrs intend to do, for they have not yet given up all hopes capturing the conference title. Placed on Probation. GREENSBURG, Feb. 18.--Harry Thomas, Scottdale, unemployed father of three children, was placed on probation for two years when he pleaded guilty before Judge Rich*rd D. Laird to charges of re- reiving stolen goods. Police Chief Trank Gano'e told 'the court some youths had teen stealing robes from parked automobiles and that Thomas bought twp of them. The gang is under arrest and will be arraigned in court later. "The Spirit Shall Return" When a loved one returns to his last home and your thoughts are with him you can turn with complete confidence to Chas. A. McCormick for final arrangements. Chas A. FUNERAL SERVICE 306 So. Pittsburg St. SS-J --Phone-- 85-51 MRS. SARAH L. BLACKA Mrs. Sarah L. Blacka, 71 years old, '£ Springdale, a former resident of Connellsville and Uniontown, died at her home Friday. Surviving arc the following children: R. P. of Pittsburgh, Donald E. £ East Fail-view avenue, Connells- -ille, H. W. of Cumberland, Md., H. *. ol Weirton, W. Va., Mrs. Sarah Horoney of Traflord and Miss Eva of rVilkinsburg; also a brother; Roy Cnotts o£ Uniontown, and a sister, Mrs. Wiila Fetterman o£ Pittsburgh. The body will be brought here Sunday morning and removed to the residence of a son, D. E. Blacka, 222 East Fail-view avenue, by Funeral Di- ·ector Charles. C. Mitchell. The £uneral£service will be held at the" Blacka" home at 2; o'clock Monday afternoon.' Interment will be in Hill Grove Cemetery. EZEKIEL FORSYTHE Ezekiel Forsythe; 87 years old, died Friday evening at the home of his son, Elmer Forsythe, at Hopwood, after a..brief illness. A native of Pennsville, he was a son of Thomas J. and Martha Fc-r- sythe and had spent the greater part of his life at Banning. His v/ife, Lyda Davenport, one son, Elmer, and one grandson, Wayne, and one brother, T. J. Forsythe, survive. The funeral service will he held at 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at the Forsythe home at Hopwood. Interment will be in Huffman Ccme- CHARLES E. WALLACE Charles E. Wallace, former colored resident of Connellsville, died Wednesday al his home in DCS Moines, la. The tody will be brought here for burial. ELIZABETH A. CLARK Miss Elizabeth Anne Clark, rttired school teacher of Masontown, died Friday afternoon at Uniontown Hospital where she had been a patient since Tuesday. She suffered a concussion of, the brain in a fall at her home. MRS. LENA ZELT Mrs. Lena Zelt, 73 years old, died Friday afternoon at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Newell Clement, Uniontown, after an illness of complications. She was a native of Germany. BOYLE FUNERAL The funeral mass for Mrs. Ivlichael Boyle of near Curfew who cMed Friday .at her home will be held at 9 o'clock Monday morning at the Smock Roman Catholic Church. Interment will be in the church cemetery. FOREMAN FUNERAL The funeral service for Gerald Raymond Foreman, infant child of, Mr. and Mrs. George Foreman of. Hullton, near Dawson, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home. Interment will be in Cochran Cemetery. THREE SOTTS TO AVOID WHEN THE DECLARER bad bid two suits and Ma partner another, those are usually three suita to avoid when selecting your opening- leati against a alam from a more or less worthless hand. If you lead the dummy's suit, you are likely to help set it up early for discards. If you lead either of tho declarer's. you may put an honor of your partner's under the hammer. You are generally better off in this spot to lead the unhid suit, especially if your partner had bid It, regardless of whether or not the declarer or hia partner later made a cue-bid of it Indicating a probable blank. * K a 5 2 4 » A J 8 7 G 3 2 V 5 + A K 9 6 2 A, None (Dealer; West. Neither side vulnerable.) Eaat opened third-hand on ffrig deal with 1-Heart, South bid 1- Spadc, West passed. North bid 2- Clubs, South 3-Diamonds, then West 3-Hearts, making: it perfectly clear that he had a fine fit but a generally bad hand, since he had passed on his first chance to help the suit. North next called 4-Club3, East passed, and the very aggressive bidder in the South now saw a chance to try for a top score in the duplicate in which they were playing. He made a cue-bid of 4-Hcarts. North thereupon made a preference bid between South's miita, 4-Spades, and South went to 6- Spades. West fell for South's stratagem. Deciding that South was probably void of hearts, he fumbled iround among the other suits and then decided upon the diamond 7. As a consequence South made a grand slam. The diamond J brought the Q and A. A spade to the K was followed by the club A, discarding the heart 5, and the rest of the tricks were trumps and diamonds. If there had been some other suit which neither North nor South, had bid. West might have been ju£tined in being frightened away from hearts by the cue-bid, but not when every other lead seemed bad anyway, from the bidding. * * * Monday's Problem A K 10 G V K 9 6 6 3 A 9 8 3 .V 10 7 4 A K Q J 10 A Q 10 (Dealer: North. North-South vulnerable.) What bidding would you recommend on this monstrous misfit deal?" 1959. br Kinft Tasnict Sirvtintr. I bcr of St. Joseph's Church and a member of the Holy Rosary Society of that church. Surviving are her husband, Andrew Nav/alaniec, and these children: Mrs. Frances Krol, Mrs. Helen Zubik, Mrs. Victoria Skonieczny, Joseph and John Nawalaniec, all of Ambrldge, Mrs. Stella Kaper of Everson, Stanley, Bruno and Edward Nawalaniec, j at home. There are also 16 grand- children surviving. The funeral service will be held a St. Joseph's Church nt D o'clock Tues day morning. Burial .will be in th church cemetery. Birth at Hospital. A daughter was born at 10:5 o'clock this morning at Connellsvil State Hospital to Mr. and Ml Charles Prinkcy of Normalville. Continued from Page One. r. Nino Calabro, acting royal Italian ce-counsul of Pittsburgh. Talk, State Senator Anthony Caval- ante, Uniontown. Address, Rev. James Wallace eeves, S. T. D,, president of Seton ill College, Greensburg. Address, Judge Ross S. Matthews : Connellsville, president of Fayette ounty Orphans Court. Address, Rev. Paul E. Campbell, M., Litt.D., Ll.D., superintendent J parochial schools o£ Pittsburgh iocese. Address, Hcv. Father Florindo De- rancesco, pastor of the Mother o£ iood Counsel Church, Pittsburgh. Response, Chevalier Rev. Father :enry DeVivo, pastor of St. Rita's -hurch. Benediction, Rev. Father Charles J. eradini, pastor o£ St. Therese's hurch, Uniontown. Participating in the program of en- crtainment will be Miss Leni Cupl- aggi, vocalist,' with Henry Rulli as ccompanist; Miss Rolando Fasola, oprano vocalist, with Miss Marie Jalasso as accompanist; Buddy and iistie Berkey, a specialty team, and ohn Kiferle and His Orchestra. The list of honor guests includes, n addition to those on the program f speaking: Mayor Ira D. Younkin; W. G. Davis, superintendent o£ public chools; Judges W. Russell Carr, H. S. Dumbauld and Harry A. Cottom, r niontown; Judge M. A. Musmanno, ittsburgh; Judge E. V. Alessandroni, hiladelphia; Vincent D'Auria, grand rustee, Order ol Sons of Italy; Rev. /iuccnt Marin'aro, Butler; Hev. An- Irew DiSanto, Mount Pleasant; Rev. Moravck and Rev. W. Wlsniewski, Connellsville; Chevalier Ufl Dominec DeCregorio, Republic; Chevalier erry Barber, Uniontown: Dr. Albert G. Corrado, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Gaelono Corrado, widow of Chevalier Cor- i -ado; Chevalier Frank A. Maddas, Jeannette; Dr. Louis A. Farina, Pitts- jurgh; J. L. Maher, Baltimore, Md.; Representative Frank J. Zappala, ittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Louis DeVivo,' New York City, and William E. Boyland, Connellsville. Committees handling arrangements !cr the testimonial follow: General--D. Vor.a, N. R. Henze, eorgc C. Morello, A. F. Mongello, Mrs. Alex Hivosecchi, Mrs. P. M. VUls, Marie E. Prudente, Cecilia P. Tacconi, Carmela E. Rulli, Mrs. M. E. Lizza, Katheryn Lepcra and Elizabeth Marnell. Reception--P. Gigliotti, M. Bernardo, A. Basilone, Dr. William A. Pujia, Attorney M. E. Lizza and Attorney Lewis M. D'Auria. First m nlhly meeting of the newly organised Fayette County Postal Employes Association will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon in While Swan Hotel at Uniontown. The session will be in observance of the anniversaries o£ George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Hamsey S. Black, third assistant postmaster general, will be the principal speaker. ' Also on the program will be Congressman J. Buell Snyder, Postofflce Inspector George J. Evans and Uniontown Postmaster Wooda N. Carr. President J. H. Renstrom o£ Fayette City will be in charge. Ca-rd Party. By Rosary Society ol St. Stephen's Greek Catholic Church, Leisenring No. 1, at Church Hal], Sunday evening, Feb. 19th, for benefit of altar covers. Luncheon will be served. Prizes awarded.--Advertisement-18- leb.-lt. Mrs. Anna Corrigan Dies. Mrs. Anna Corrigan, 79 years old, died Wednesday evening at hnr home al 322 Spring avenue, Greensburg. She leaves six children, including William Corrigan o£ Scottdale, and 20 grandchildren. Plain DRESSES Cleaned for the Price of Both (No call and delivery service at this price.) Our "Once-:i-Year" Promotion Special 89c 59c Skirts 34c Ladies' Jacket Suits Swagger Suits Men's Suits Men's Topcoat's 65c Trousers 34c Snow Suits 59c Neckties 3 for 25c Any Plain Gown 85c Phone 1965' S I M O N S Cash Carry CLEANERS 105 South Pittsburg Street. . 921 West Crawford Avenue. - EOll FEATURE TIME CALL 599 MRS. ANDREW NAWALANIEC SCOTTDALE, Feb. 18.--Mrs. Catherine Nawalar.iec, 58 years old, died Friday at her home, 304 Maple street, Everson. She had been a resident there for 40 years. She was a mem- TODAY . . SUNDAY TONIGHT . . MON. "Heart of TODAY ONLY Tim McCoy --rius S. 0. S. COAST GCAKJD" "TIM rV'MiR'S LUCK" ami CAIITOOS SEWS "WEST OF RAINBOWS END" jSext Monday, Tuesday and "Wednesday You'll mink WARNER BROS, lor discovering tne flarilrgust four oia you ever wanted to dug 10 your heartl For the first time the epic story of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is told in the living colors of the Great Northwest...told in the beat of love-torn hearts and the glory of brave rash deeds! --Also-Comedy, Sews, Cartoon R83EHT CUMMItiSS · HELEN 1SCS · ULE TALBOT TBOMilS BECK OUK XEXT ATTRACTION "THANKS for EVERYTHING" SOISSON THEATRE TODAY · MONDAY · TUESDAY GAYNOR DOUGIAS FAIRBANKS PAUIE.TE GODDARD ROLANDtTOppEWYOUNG-BILLIE BURKE hfitteht RICHARD CARLSON teilt Henry Stcphemoo XeleatcJ t£r« ITwW Attitts" ,. ,,. i C03IEDY · LATE NEWS · SHOUTS Plus Second Full Length feature in BUCK JONES "The Stranger from Arizona"

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