The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 20, 1939 · Page 6
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February 20, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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VAliK SIX. THE! DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1939. PERSONAL MENTION Joseph Petrilla of North Pittsburg street spent the week-end in Pittsburgh visiting friends. The Ever Faithful Class of First Evangelical Church, South Connellsville, will hold their annual Washington Tea in the church basement, Tuesday evening, Feb. 21st. Admission 15c. -- Advertisement. -- 20feb-lt. Paul V. Driscoll, pressroom iore- man of The Courier, left Sunday '3.L- ternoon to attend a meeting of the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers' Association Mechanical Committee, of which he is a member, In Harrisburg today. . He will return home this evening. Athens Temple No. 80 will hold a card party, Tuesday evening, Feb. 21st, 8:45, Elks Hall, "500" and other games. Lunch, prizes. -- Advertise- mcnt-18-ieb.-3t. Mr and Mrs. Ira Beal of Race street left for a six weeks' motor trip to Florida. The Ladies' Auxiliary to South Conne'.lsville Firemen will hold a card party tonight, fi:30 promptly, in Firemen's Rooms. Lunch. Admission 25c. -- Advertisement. -- 20£eb-lt. Miss Lucy Sproat, a student nurse at the Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, visited over the week-end at her home near Dawson. Two plain dresses, cleaned and pressed, 69c, during our "Once-A- Year" promotion special. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners. -- Advertise- m e n t -- 20feb-5t. Henry Byrne, Aunt; Het By ROBERT QUILLEN "I give what I can without urgin'. And I notice the ones that tell me my duty about givin* ore always the ones that don't give anything but their lime," Grim Reaper a student at John CHARLES R. McDONALJ) Charles R. McDonald, 77 years old, formerly of Perryopolis, died suddenly Saturday afternoon eit his home at CaLharpin, Va. He was Ixtrn about a mile and half from Perryopolis or. what Carroll University at Cleveland, k " own «, l h e J »TM N ' uU , £ »'TM- , K , e spent the week-end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs, Frank W. Byrne, of South Pittsburg street. Sparkling now washable housecoats, 98c. Princess Shop.-- Advertisement.-- 20feb-lt. 'Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pope end daughters, Misses Louise and Ann of Dormont, Pittsburgh, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shutsy of Brookvale Sunday. Fresh Martha Washington Candies for Washington's Birthday. Belvi- dcre Candy Shop. -- Advertisement. -- fcbl7-20. Miss Virginia Maritni has returned to her home in East Crawford .avenue after a visit with "relatives in Cleveland for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Rowley of Greensburg visited friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Quinn and Mr. and Mrs. William Pearl visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee of Charleroi. Miss Letta Dull of Gibson avenue spent the week-end as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Orbin of Uniontown. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sweeney of South Eighth street, Greenwood, were Sunday guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Allison Bierer, of Uniontown. Miss Dorothy Miles of Washington, D. C., visited her mother, Mrs. C. E. Miles and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Humphrey in East Cedar avenue. Marvin B. Pryce, Jr., of Snyder street spent the week end in Pittsburg calling on friends He witnessed a performance of the St. Louis Blues and Tommy Dorsey's orchestra at a Pittsburgh theatre. Mrs. Howard Means, Mrs. Harold Inch and son, Jimmy, of Flint, Mich., have returned home after spending a week as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mickey 'of Snydertown. Miss Catherine O'Connor, manager of the women's ready-to-wear department of Troutman's store, left for New York where she will buy merchandise. '.. attended the public .schools at Perryopolis and later was its principal after having gone to California State Teachers College. Mr. McDonald was twice married. His first wife was Annie Marejlla JVTclnUre, daughter of the lotc Rev. and Mrs, John Mclntire of Perryopolis, who died at W h i t n e y February 13, 1009. To this union, one son, Paul, was born. His second wife was Neltie Phillips Burk, who survives. They were married July 13, 1911. Besides his wife and son, he is survived by three grandchildren ar.c two sisters, Mrs. Anna Cunningham of Belle Vernon and Mrs. Harry Brewer of Perryopolis. The funeral service will be held at the home at Catharpin Tuesday afternoon. Interment will be in a nearby cemetery. SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK, '. tbf'ittirf U 3.-|.i.», OS,..' By R.1 SCOTT BE.Efi.E5 A-f-fAcK AMD EAT" -TrlE. AWA.-rbUA.rt A LAXE. MIL'ES IR A,RJ=A Pittsburgh Men Held In Postoffice Robbery PITTSBURGH, Feb. 20.--Three 'ittsburgh men, held in Allegheny ounty 'jail on charges o£ .violating he firearms act, today faced addi- ional charges in -connection with ooting of the Clarksville, (Greene lounty), Pa., postofflce last December .1. ] U. S. rfostal Inspector filed a com- ilaint before a U. S. Commissioner charging Edward Whalan, William totts and Clarence Harris, with ireaking into the postofflce and steal- ng about $200 in postal.funds and stamps and $3,000 in blank baby jonds. The men were arrested by city de- ectlves on the firearms charge last Wednesday. U. S. Deputy Marshals odged detainers against the prisoners ALL SM6WFLAKE? FOLLOW A- SIX-PART Cor'- I'**, Kiel Junior Mechanics Deputy Delegates Will Meet Tuesday Deputy delegates of Vanderbilt, Perryopolis, Dawson, Dunbar, Ohiopyle, Mill Run and ConneUsville councils of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics will meet Tuesday evening with District Deputy N. E. Murphy at Scottdalc. State Councilor. Nevin Mears of Pittsburgh will · be the principal speaker. Business Man May Be Named Schools Head MBS. LAURA BELLE BAER Mrs. Laura Belle Baer, 82 years'' ... _ old, well-known resident of Smith-, J^O MlftGr TfiSlS field, died Sunday at her home. She was a lifelong resident ot Fayette county. Mrs. Baer was twice married. Her first husband was John C. Miller, who died in 1887. Her second husband, Denune H. Baer, died in 1935. The late Mrs. Charles E. Wilson of Connellsvijle was a daughter. The funeral service will be held at ! 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Mount Moriah Baptist Church at Smithfteld. Rev. S. W. Stewart, assisted by Rev. C. D. A. Hoon and Rev. Trimpey will officiate. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Columbus Knights To Meet Tomorrow A pre-Lenten open meeting will be JOSEPH A. KELLEY Joseph A. Kelley, 85 years old, father of J. R. Kelley, manager of the meter department of the West Penn Power Company, died Saturday at his home at Rcedsville. He was a brother of Mrs. Louise Reynolds of Connellsviile. Mr. Kelley was born and lived all his life at Reedsville. Listed Next Week The Bituminous Miners' Examining Board of which Earl Miller of Indian Head is chairman will hold two sessions next week. Tuesday the examiners will be in the municipal building at Fairchance and Wednesday in Karolick Hall at Perryopolis. Tests will be conducted at 9 A. M. and 1 P. M., the chairman said. Jail Sentences For Forcing WPA Checks By United Press, PITTSBURGH, Feb. 20. Federal Judge Nelson McVicar today sentenced Gus and Ida Dickens, Negroes, He served two terms in the Legis- of Connellsviile, to two months in jail lature. At 19 he engaged in the | each and ordered them to pay costs meat business, following it for many j of prosecution, on charges of forging years, then turning to lumber. His i and cashing a WPA check for 530.25 wife died last September. The'funeral j last month, was held today at Heedsvillc. | -- CIIARLES WALLACE The funeral service for Charles Wallace, who died Wednesday at Des Moines,. Jowa, will be held at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the home, 200 South Twelfth street, West held by the Knights of Columbus , Side. Hev. R. D. Epps, pastor of Tuesday night at its club rooms at I Mount Zion Baptist Church, asiisted the Citizens National Bank building, by Rev. L. H. Colvin, pastor of the The local club is planning to pre- I Union Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Dickerson Run Cemetery. sent a worth-while program for its members. It will consist of motion pictures which have been procured through the efforts of Worthy Lecturer Felix Prestia, talks by notable speakers, etc. The pictures comprise a travelogue an'd a crime does not pay serial. Lunch and refreshments wiE be served. The regular meeting will begin at 8 o'clock promptly and will be followed by the entertainment. Grand Knight V. J. Cuneo requests all affiliated with the. lodge to bring a prospective member with, them. U. S. Steel Board Will Meet April 3 NEW YORK, Feb. 20.--The annual meeting of stockholders oX the United States Steel Corporation hereafter will be held at 10:30 A. M. on the first Monday of April instead of at noon as heretofore.. Twins at Hospital. Twin sons were born Sunday morning at Connellsviile State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Johnston of 423 Vine street, Greensburg. The boys, weighing s;x and seven pounds each, arrived at 10:23 and 10:30 o'clock. Lewis Post to Meet. Joseph W. Lewis Post, Veterans o£ Foreign Wars, will hold its regular meeting tonight at the Union Baptist Church. IN TDIE OF TEOTIBLE Phone Brandywine 3311 (and reverse charges) No extra charge for our services in your community. Wm. A. McNanamy FUNEKAL DIRECTOR 450_4th St. Braddock, .Pa. Girl in Cislonc Home. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cistone of 1443 Lakeview Hoad, Cleveland, Ohio, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter, February 15. The baby is the second girl and child in the family. It tipped the scales at eight pounds. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Andis ot Limestone hill. Mrs. Cistone is the former Miss Rose Andis. MRS. ETHEL WILSON Mrs. Ethel Wilson, 44 years old, wife of George C. Wilson, died Saturday at her home at Brownsville. JAMES W. LEWELLEN James W. Leweilen, 61 years old, died Saturday at his home at Fairchance of a heart condition. MIKE RUSNAK MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 20.- Doctors Meet Tucsdar. Westmoreland County edicsl Society meets Tuesday evening at Mountain View Hotel, east of Pittsburgh. Dinner will be served at G:3C o'clock. Six doctors are on the program. Mike Rusnak, 77 years old, died at 6 o'clock this morning at his home at Old Bethany. No funeral arrangements have been made. HARRISBURG, Feb. 20.--Rumors persist on Capitol H i l l that Gov. Arthur H. James will pick a business man instead of an educator when he names Public Instruction Superintendent Lester K. Ade's successor in May. The governor, however, refuses to comment on this subject because-if the rumor has its basis in fact--it might cause a storm of protest among educators and educational organizations in the state. Nevertheless, many well-informed observers reason that James' policy of rigid economy and "down-to earth common-sense" obviously points to selection of a business man --an executive who will be capable of. putting (he Public Education Department on an e.Ticient, businesslike bnsis nnd eliminating many of the so-called "educational frills." The department, which used to occupy a few offices on the mezzanine of the Capitol's South Wing, now takes up a large part o£ the space in the huge, new Education Building. It became apparent that the Department's staff was unnecessarily large when, at Governor James' first cabinet meeting, Dr. Ade said it could be .reduced so that $140,000 would be saved by the end of the biennium, May 31. Ade, an appointee of former Gov. Geo. H. Earle, said at the same cabinet meeting that the Commonwealth could lop 580.000 from state school subsidies before the biennium's end without materially harming the educational setup. Unlike other cabinet officers who take over their departments with an incoming administration, the superintendent of public instruction is appointed for a definite four-year term dating from May 1, in accordance vith a legislative act. Monessen Kiwanis Club Will Sponsor Basketball Event Plans for the third annual Iri- state basketball tourney to be' helc March 9, 10 and 11 at the Monessen High gym, are rapidly rounding into shape, and over 200 i:\vitations wll be mailed out in the next few day to the cream of the junior and the senior clubs in the tri-statc district The junior class is for players 2: years and under. A player who becomes 21 years at the date of play 1 ineligible. Only amateurs may com pete. The senior class is open wit] no age or weight limit. Some 76 prizes in all will awarded to the tourney winners, run ners-up, best tourney players farthest distance and others. Entry blanks can be secured by writing to the Tourney Director a 571 Donncr avenue, Monessen. Waltons Meet Tonight At First M. E. Church Attorney ~ Younkin to Speak. Attorney F. E. Younkin will address a combined meeting of the Baltimore Ohio Y. M. C. A. board members and the Alpha Chapter of Phalanx tonight at the "Y" after a dinner to be served at 6:30 o'clock. Attorney Younkin will speak on "Democracy." A special meeting the Connellsvjll Chapter of the Izaak Wal'on Leagu has been called for tonight at 7:3 o'clock at the First Methodist Epis copal Church to check on tickets fo the annual banquet Thursday evenin at the Methodist Episcopal Church. All members of the chapter havin tickets out are asked to be there o report before the meeting to Edgar . Oglevee at Oglevee's store or J. A Wills. Class to Pliin Reunion. A meeting of the Class of 1929 Special Lenten Services at German Lutheran Wednesday i Special Lenten services will be .held morning and evening Ash Wednesday, February 22, at the German Lutheran Church, it was announced by the pastor, Rev. Paul E. Porath. The morning service, starting at 10 o'clock, will be conducted in the German language. The theme'of this service will be "Jesus, Gottes Lamm," while the evening service -. beginning at 7:30 o'clock and con- ~ ducted in the English language, is entitled: "Behold the Lamb of Jesus." "AH members are urged to attend these services, that it may not be said that the suffering and death o£ : Christ for the remission and forgive- oliowing the issuance of Federal | warrants. j . According to the postal inspectors, ness of sins is lightly considered and the men broke into the postofflce and | easily forgotten," said Rev. Porath. ·emoved the safe, which they transported several miles before breaking t open. Father Stohlc Dies Suddenly. JEANNTTE, Feb. 20.--Father 2alllstus Stehle, O. S. B., 65, pastor ot Sacred Heart Church, died suddenly Friday evening o£ a heart attack. He was one ot the best known priests of the Pittsburgh Diocese, having served the church for 41 years. He taught English literature at St. Vincent College until 1918 and was for a time at the Catholic University in Peplng, China, as an instructor. Three Frick Miners Hurt. Michael Milik, 27, of Phillips, suf- 'cred a back injury when pinned beneath a fall of slate in the Colonial No. 1 mine of H. C. Frick Coke Com- Dany. He was taken to Uniontown Hospital. Thomas Smyth, 27, had a :iand injured at Filbert while Ray McKnight of Colonial No. 1 received an ankle wound when he fell from a motor. Postmasters Meet Wednesday. Two bills in Congress affecting fourth class postmasters will be discussed Wednesday at a meeting of the Western Pennsylvania Postmasters Association in the H. J. Heinz Company auditorium on the Northside, Pittsburgh. The women of the congregation are invited to attend the World Day of Prayer which will be observed at the Methodist Protestant Church, Friday, February 24, with devotional services at 10:30 o'clock in the morning and 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Assistance Board Appointments. HARRISBUHG, Feb. 20,-^Appointments to county assistance boards confirmed included: Fayette--Senior typist, $1,020--Dorothea McNeely, Rose Sanfillipe, Betty R. Taylor and Ethel D. E. Meegan, Uniontown: Mildred B. 'Stoneman, Perryopolis; Elma H. Seach, South Brownsville; Helen A. Solomon, Republic, Helen Fris, Pittsburgh; Johanna Davaro, Connellsviile, and Eleanora' J. Fulton, Masontown. Letters Granted. GREENSBURG, Feb .20.-- Letters of administration on the estate of Leon J. Steshoski of Mount Pleasant township were granted to Stella Steshoski. $1,050. The estate is valued at - School Teacher Dies. WAYNESBURG, Feb: 20.--Teckla Jane Baer, 24, of Huntington, W. Va., a teacher in the Blacksville High School, died in Greene County Memorial Hospital here of pneumonia Tuesday. Dunbar Township High School, wi b? held at 8 o'clock Tuesday night B Spotto's wall paper store at 813 { West Crawford avenue to make plans for a reunion of the graduates. It is planned to hold a 10-year event this spring. start 3witch IDE the letter* around: see W you can flgrure (t out? If your answer fs correct you will receive AT ONCE, free, your *· Pr 0 b.b| r ,«, too- ,ke ,,,,,, ,,/ , choice ot one of nix large size of ih, Fimoiu Movie Sut,. but jus o Movie Fan Photos--namely. r«fr*sh jtmr mcraorr m nratioa a fav: Don Ameche. Tyrone Povrcr, GrM Girbo, FnJerie M-h. J*n CT.W. Shirley Temple. Freddie Bar- ford. Sfcickr Traplc. W.ll«« Bc«tr, tholomew. Sonja Henle. or- Chcfc Gable, Robert T«vl«r t Trroa* Alice Faye: and also set a. Power, Werner Bttrtec, Gujftr Roc«n. wonderful opportunity to wtn G«T Cooper, Key Fnncu. TWO All-Expense Trips to the Clgranllc 1939 New York ·World's Pair, or Jl,500.00. , ( Stork at Hospital A daughter \vas born at 4:55 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Connellsviile SUite Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sandusky of 124 North Tenth street, West Side. Merchants' Club to Meet. A meeting of the Merchants' Club will be held at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at the Y. M. C. A., President i II. O. Krugy announced today. FOJi, FEATURE TIME CALL 59». ENDS TODAY 'HEART OF THE NORTH" W i t h DICK FOEAN -- GALE PAGE A1LEN JENKINS TUESDAY--WEDNESDAY THE TSEStfESf, fUNNJESt GOMEPY. IDEA OF THE YEAR J ' GEORGE BABBIER · WARREN HYMER A 20th Century-fox Picture. Today, Tomorrow and Wednesday Second Prize $500.00 TTiiVd Prize $400.00' Fourth Prize 5300.00 ««. Duplicate priieijn ee« of ti« Start NOW! Send In Your AiMiwer to the Kovi« Scramble above. Hurry. DON'T DELAY. Use This Coupon MAIL NOW t®" Manager MOVIE SCRAMBLES, "262 E. Second St., Winon», Minn." I . ' Mr Answer !?. If T i i Scud He *he Free Picture Check in squmr* below ptetm* deslnd. Don Aaiech* Soni« H«ni* 'SbirUy Temple . Tyrone Po*r« Alice F«w« Freddie Bvtholom SOSSSON THEATRE TODAY and TOMORROW Comedy · Latest- News · Shorts Wednesday · Thursday · Friday A Great Double Feature at a Special Price JACKIE COOPER And the Little Tough Guys in "NEWSBOYS HOME" Dorthea Kent, Frank Jenks, Andy Devine . in "Strange Faces" MATIWEE A5JB EVE5J'? Adults 25c-Children lOc.

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