The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 9, 1938 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 9, 1938
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PACK SIX THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 193S. S PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Joseph Sikora went to Turtle Creek Tuesday to spend a few days with hei son-in-law and' daughtci, Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Fabei. Oppman's Taxi Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-U Johnny Huston, little son of Mi nnd Mrs John K. Huston o£ 108 West Green street, his been ill ot quinsy tor the List tuo uccks. ! T.ikc advantage ot our annual Fcbiuary specials in quality dry cleaning. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners --Advertisement--7fcb-6t. Mis Clyde R Woihe, who undei- \vent an operation at the Mcicy Hospital, Pittsburgh, returned to her home in East Washington avenue Sunday She is able to be about in the house We cany a complete line of valentines, for every member of the family. Buntc's -\alcntine heart) chocolates in 1 Ib and 3 Ib. boxes,, at 1 Kcstncr's Book Store, 125 W. Apple street --Advertisement.--8fcb-4t. Mrs. Clyde S Campbell of Race street, who underwent an operation nt-West Penn Hospitn], Pittsburgh, will return home Thursday Monday is St Valentine s Day and everybody likes to be remembered on this da. Wliy not select your j valentines now at Kengy s Drug Store They .ilwuys have the most attractive ones--Advertisement -- S-feb-4t. I Dr. and Mrs H C. Hoffman hcJ] as their guest over the week-end Mrs. Eva J. Bcachy ot Someiset The sweetest valentine of all, an assortment of Whitman's 01 Rcy- mer's chocolates in an attractive heart-shaped box. Priced from 50c to $3 00 Let Kcagy's deliver a box to your sweetheart on Valentine's Day.--Advertisement.--9fcb-4t. John Has, Jr, of Uniontown is visiting his grandmother, Mrs Chsr- lottc Engle of 508 East Murphy avenue. Cafeteria, Christian Church Thursday, 11:30 to 1.00 and 5 00 to 7 00.-Advertisement --Ofcb-lt Mrs. S. M. DeHuff of Race street "left this morning for Mansfield, Ohio where she will visit her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs*. George Weller "500" and bingo, P. H C Hall, Thursday night, 8 30. Door prize, lunch. Admission 25c --Advertisement --9feb-2t. Hazel Clark, who underwent an operation at the Uniontown Hospital, has returned to her home at Pcrry- opolis. Bingo party, Woman's Democratic Club, Monday, February 14th, 830, Arlington Hotel, 25c --Advertise- mcnt.-fcb.-9-ll Miss Bilhe Colborn of West Crawford avenue left for Long Beach, N Y , Sunday to visit her cousin, Mrs Louis Hiland, who has been seriously ill. Mr and Mrs Hugh Lytle of North Pittsburg.street and daughter, Margaret, \ isited at the home of Mrs · Chalfont at South Brownsville Sunday evening Mrs C H. Bowermaster of East : Patterson avenue was a busines-s ~ caller in Pittsburgh Tuesday Mrs John Tottcn Is ill at her home ~^in South Arch street. ^ Mrs Charles R Driscoll and "small daughter, Mary Carol, of East " Green street are visiting Mrs. Driscoll s parents, Mr and Mrs J S. Rilcy at Youngwood, for a few days. Miss LjJyan Mervis of the Windsor Apartments, West Green street, underwent an appendicitis operation _ this morning at the Conncllsvillc "State Hospital Mr. and Mrs Earl D Eisenhower and childien. Earl D, Jr, and Kay, visited relatives and friends here Saturday. Mrs Louclla Thatcher of Hacc street, who has been ill for a few weeks, is able to be about the house. Mrs F. H Smith of Race street visited in Pittsburgh Saturday. Mrs. Thomas E Smith of Pittsburgh Is visiting her parents, Mr. ' and Mrs. John W Evans, of South Pittsburg street for a few days J. Rajmond Mestrczat of Vfest Washington a\ cnue was a Pittsburgh caller Mo'nday. Miss Pearl Garen and Miss Claire " Rogers of McKcesport spent the ^ week-end as the guests of Miss Mar- ""·thabel Buttermore of the Colonial -Apartments. Aunt Met By ROBERT QUILLEN "I icckoii it's in the blood Twenty jears ago he was tryin' to hush up the scandals his boys got in, and now they're tryin' to hush up the scandal he s got in." Grim Reaper HIRS. J. GADUIS DIXON Mrs Mary Eliza Dixon, 78 jcars old, a former resident of Bcthelboro, died Tuesday morning at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. W. C Collcy, ot Englewood, near Dajton, Ohio Mrs. DK- on, a resident ot Xenia, Ohio, sut- tcred a stroke September 26 a year ago and had since been unable to speak, being almost completely paralyzed · Mrs Dixon, a daughter of the late Robert and Rebecca Jaynes Junk, was born at Bethelboro on April 1, 1859, and had resided there until after her marriage when she located at Cadiz, Ohio. The family then moved to Xenia in 1918 Mrs Dixon is sur\ 1% ed by her husband and these children Robert Dixon and Mrs Homer Mansfield of Xenia, Charles Dixon of Cincinnati and Mrs Collcy of Englewood The-e are also two sisters, Mrs. W F Andrews of Xenia and Mrs D D Woodward of Connellsville. The funeral service will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o clock at Xcnla. Interment xvlll be in a cemetery there. 10-Year-Old Boy Held in Shooting Of Foster Cousin By United Prcis, BLUEFIELD, W. V a , Fob 9 -- Ten-yc ir-old Joe tdward Greenberg was held today on an open cliaige while julho:;tici investigated the shooting ot his fostci cousin, 18-yc.ii-old Doiothy Louise ,avcndci. The gnl died in a hospital from i bullet wound in the light temple. She was a high school senior in Nemours, W, Va. Authoiltlcs said they understood he shooting occuricd us a culmination to a quairel between Miss Lavender and the child, in their home. She was the niece ot Joe Grecn- buig, a produce market operator at Pocahontas, W. Vo,, and has lived with_the Grecnburg family since babyhood. The boy is a legally adopted son of the Greenberfiir Deputy Sherill P L Dye snid tho shooting occurred in the bedroom of the Grcenberg residence. He snid a homicide charge may be placed against the boy. He was held at Princeton, W. V a , tho counlyscat A younger sister of Miss Lavender, Kate, was the only other member o£ the family hi the residence. Grcen- bcig'and his wife had gone to Pocahontas, three miles fiom here Grcenberg later told officers he kept a .32 calibre pistol uidcr the mattress ot his bed Although he said he knew the girl and boy had quariclcd, he said he thought they had only childish squabbles." HARRY BRINER MOUNT PLEASANT, Fcb 9 -Harry Bnner, 70 years old, dice Monday night at 10 45 o'clock at his KecKsburg home He is survived by his wife, Mrs Adda Mae Bnner, and the following children' Mrs William Reese of New Alexandria, Stanley of United, Clarence of Kecksburg Mrs William R Miller of Latrobc, nni Lottie, Naomi, Irma Jean, Regmn anc Melvm, all at home There are also one brother, W. G. Briner of Tyrone and 11 grandchildren,The funeral service will be hclc Thursdav afternoon at 2 o'clock a the Kccksburg Church ot God in charge of Rev F. E Miller, assistec by Rev. E E Starr and Rev. M T Hulihan Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery. U. B.'s Will Meet Next in Illinois By United Press JOHNSTOWN, Fcb. 9--Dccatur, 111, will be the site of the next convention of the Home* Miss on and Church Erection Society of the United Brethren Church in Christ. The selection was made by delegates to the 13th .annual meeting of the oigamzalion before the closing of a two-day session here cstcrday Among the actions taken by the convention v»as the decision ot the finance committee to make a gift o: $1,000 to the minimum salary func of the Allegheny conference. The finnl meeting of the convention ««"· addressed by Dr Stanley B Williams, of Dayton, Ohio, who w a reelected assistant secretary of the organization Three bishops ittended the »c§- slons. Detective Will Collect $80,000 For County Court bpccial to The Courier SOMERSET, Fcb 0.--More than .80,000 is due Somerset county from defendants in couit cases ard Special bounty Detective Harry S. Sellers ias been given the job to collect the money. The total rcpicscnts .amounts due the county from criminal cases dating back as far as 1930. Japs Open Crushing Three-Front Offense Continued from Pago One Japanese showed superiority m mass movements, the more the Chinese were instructing their field commanders to split their ^forces into small groups of guerrilla" warfare, so that whatever progress the Japanese might make they never could feel sure ot any position that was not garrisoned permanently in force Nevertheless, reports increasingly indicated, according to the foreign military experts, (hat the Japanese held hope of crushing the main Chinese armies and so humiliating the national government that continued organized resistance would be impossible. The Japanese figured, apparently, that if they routed the mam Chinese army they would spread disaffection, curtail the re- resources of the central goveinment nnd end the flow of war munitions from abroad. News reached Shanghai today thnt Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek, commandcr-In-chicf of all the Chinese armies, had left for the central front to assume charge of all operations Dr. C. L. Pickelf Speaks Thursday, Christian Church JDr C L PicKett, a medical missionary in the Philippines, will spenk Thursday night nt 7 45 o'clock in the Sunday school auditorium of the Chiistlan Church He is visiting Pennsylvania Clnibtiau chuichcs pic- senling the stoiy ot modern missions Ills appcaiancc is under the auspices ot the Women s Missionary Society All membeis of the church and the public are invited to hear him. Daughter In Foltz Home. A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs David F. Foltz at the home of the hitter's parents, 110 West Apple street, Wednesday, February 2. The new arrival has been named Nnncy Jo. Mrs. Foltz, before her marriage, was Miss Annabcllc Barret: The child is the second in the family, the first being a boy. Uniontown Mayor Continues Drive Against Loafers UNIONTOWN, Fcb 9--Continuing his ciusade against persons found loitering on the bticcts and, in gcn- cial, distuibing the pence by various kinds ot disdrdcily conduct, Mayor W. J. Brown sen'unced Hcl9n Eiclier, 20 to 30 days in the county jail following her second arrest m tlucc days 'The couit advised you to got out of the city as we don't intend to permit your practices here," the mayor told the vvomim. V. T. W. to Attend Funeral. All members of Walter E. Brown Post, Veterans ot Foreign Wars, arc requested to meet at the home m South Pittsburg street at 8 15 o'clock Friday morning to attend the funeral for James J. Qulun, a World War veteran nnd a mcmbei, to be held at the home of the veteran's Bister, Mrs. T. L. Fag m, m North First street. Condition Improved. The condition of Mrs. Quay P Hcrwick of South Pittsburg street who undeiwent n mastoid operation Saturday nt Connellsville State Hos- piUil toda was reported as very much impioved. To Underdo Operation. John W Saxi of Brookvalc. em- plo ed at the Row cs Run mine of the H. C Frick Coke Company, has boon admitted to Brownsville General Hospital where he is to undergo a hernia operation. Looking for Bargains? It so, iread the advertising, columns EDWARD ANDREW LEONARD Edward Andrew Leonard, 48 years old, died at 12 30 o'clock this morning at his home at Grcenbricr, in the mountains back of Dunbar, of blood poisoning, the cause of which has not been determined. Mr Leonard, a farmer, is surv iv cd by his wife, Mrs Nannie Leonard, two sons. Dale and J ly, both at home, tvo brothers, Frank Leonard of Greenbrler and Harry of Kcntuck, and his father, John W. Leonard The funeral service will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock ot the late home with Rev, W, K Douglas, pastor of the F'rst Methodist Protestant Church of Uniontown, officiating Interment will be in Leonard Cemeteiy. MRS. LEVA SCIIOUt R LATROBE, Fcb. 9--Mrs Lena Sehober, 47, of near Baggalcy, died Monday at her home Surviving children include Mrs Olga Zuckovieh of Lcmont The funeral moss will be held Thutsday morning at St Cecilia's Church at Whitney - QUINN* FUNERAL The funeral for James J Qumn, 'Atonement" Rev. Harr's Sermon This Evening "The Atonmcnt" is the subject of the sermon to be delivered by Rev W. S Harr, pastor ot the South Connellsville Evangelical Church, at tonight's sorv Ice Thursday his theme will be ' Dcnth and Its Consequences' and Fndny "Six Warnings " There will be a meeting ot the Sund.av School board at the close of the Friday service and a full attendance Is desired Hoov crxv illr Man Itrwucd SOMERSET, Fcb 9 -- Hoov criv illc volunteer flre'men rescued and ic- vivcd hmanucl Jones, a5, WPA worker who tumbled 30 feet from a railroad bridge into Stonvcrcek River Saturday night The Hoovcrsvillc resident fell from the B O spun, landing on his head on a rock in the stream and buffered a possible skull fracture A pnsscrbv heard Jones' moans and notified police who called the firemen, effecting a rescue World War veteran, who died Mon- daj night m the Veterans Hospital at Aspmwall will be held Fridny morning. The cortege will meet at the home ot his sister, Mrs T. L. F igan, at 120 North First street, West Side, at 8 30 o'clock and requiem high mass will be celebrated at Immaeulafe Conception Church at S o clock Rev. Father Henry A Geibcl, pastor, will officiate Interment will be made in St Joseph's Cemetery LAST TIMES TODAY THE NEW LAST TIMES TODAY PARAMOUNT'S .THUNDERING ROMANCE OF THE WINNING OF THE WEST! MMMOUNT flCtUM . PROOOCIO MO OUCCHO BY r»ni UOVO «SDCI«£ PBOOUCtH HOVMBO ISM5UOK ICMEIt PU» BY HOI $CMfllLO~CIIUlg-Hauinv 1X9 ritctBICK-rrtKSOK. BASED OH » SIOHY BY ITU«»J ». U«I Plus Latest News, Comedy, Selected Shorts A* Notopouloi Ends Today THE YEAR'S GREATEST HEART-STORY! Croat... because it tolls t)ie thrilling jtory of the making of a manl Croof...bccauso it storm from the screen with tho soul- itirnng appeal of "Captains Courageous"! w,th JUDY GARLAND ^ MICKEY ROONEY . SOPHIE TUCKER · C. AUBREY SMITH RONALD SINCLAIR lcr*«n flay by lawnnct Haiarrf Dlrtclpd by Alfrtd [ Gr««n by HARRY RAFF EXTRA! 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