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February 10, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, IMS. PERSONAL MENTION ~ Miss Emaruth Burkluirdt, who has! been ill :l hoi- home at South Con--I ncllsvUlo, is improved and expects to return to Allegheny Collufic. Mead- | · vine, within the next lew days. Miss ' Burkhardt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j B. C. Burkhardt, will do practice! teaching in the Mcadvillc High , - School during the last semester. Opproan's Taxi. Phone 700.--Advertisement 9nct-tf. , ; Mrs. A. S. Sacks of North Third street, West Side, returned home today £rom Pittsburgh where she .visited her father, Thomas Flynn, who is undergoing treatment at .a -Pittsburgh Hospital, lor a few weeks. ..'·' TaUo advantage of our annual ^February special., in quality dry ^cleaning. Simons Cash 8: Carry "Cleaners.--Advertisement--7fcb-6t. - Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ridgeway, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gallatine J. A. Cad- .woll and Mrs. Olive Ross of Waynesburg attended the funeral services for John Homer Ross at Pleasant ·JJnity Wednesday. Mrs. Ross is a sister of the deceased. - We carry a complete line ol '..Valentines for every member ol the Uamily: Buntc's valentine heart ."chocolates in 1 Ib. and 3 Ib. boxes, at Ovcstricr-'s'Book Store, 125 W. Apple '·- ristrcct Advertisement.--8feb-4t. *-"· Mrs.' A. I. Daniels ot East Crnw- ~/ord "avenue was a Pittsburgh visitor Wednesday. ·'- Monday is St. Valentine's Day and ·^everybody likes to be remembered '"tn this" day. Why hot' select your 'valentines now at Kcagy's Drug .Store. They always-havc thc : most 'attractive ones.--Advertisement S-feb-4t. . Miss Bliss Hodman of Snydcr street visited friends at Brownsville -Tuesday. ' The sweetest valentine of all, an assortment of Whitman's or Rey- ^mer's chocolates in an attractive - heart-shaped box. Priced from 50e ·to $3.00. Let Keagy's deliver a box ;to your sweetheart on Valentine's ;3Day.--Advertisement.--9feb-4t. £; Mr., and Mrs. C. W. Dennis and 'daughters. Misses Ruth and Roberta, {Miss Dorothy Maples, George Arnold, ·James Dunn, Joseph Fcrenchua and Clinton DeBolt attended the A. P. '.dinner dance at the White Swan -Motel in Uniontown Wednesday 'evening. ··"500" nnd bingo, P. H. C. Hall, 'Thursday night, 8:30. Door prize, lunch. Admission 25c.--Advertise- ment.--Sfcb-21. - William E. Kelly, Jr., so not Mr. · and Mrs. William E. Kelly of South ·Ninth street. Greenwood, has cn- irolled with the air corps at Langley Field, Va. - A food sale will be held in Fox's ·Wall Paper Store, Saturday, February 12th, by the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian : Church.--Advertisement.--10feb-2t. Laurence Nee has returned to Phillipsburg where he is training to :be a motor policeman, after spend- 1 ; ing the week-end with his parents. Aunt Het ROBERT QU1LLEN "Folks keep complainin' because the law ain't enforced, but there ain't one in the lot that don't try to prevent justice when his own folks get caught." Rolary's Seoul Troop Instituted; , WilSBe No, Two Troop 2, Boy Scouts--the Rotary troop--was formally instituted at today's luncheon of the Rotary Club, under the direction of Milton R Wyatt of Uniontown, assistant Scout executive of the Wcstmorcland-F.-iy- ctte district. Nine boys composing the outflf were presented with badges, neckerchiefs and certificates At the same time the oath, was administered to the members of the troop committee, the scoutmaster William E. Bailey, and the assistant scoutmaster, Boy Crislip. Carl S. Homer is chairman, of the troop committee. Associated with him are William A. Sepp, R. G Baird, Van Dyke Humbert, Douglas K. Mcllvaine and J. C. Schwab. Members of the troop are Patro Leaders Walter Clubaugh and George Madcr, Carl Myers, Alfred Hufflnc Vincent Orazi, Walter Adams, Ra; Bittner, William McCutcheon ani William Adamson. The boys had passed their tenderfoot-tests and will be eligible- for participation in the f.tivitics attending the annual Scout Anniversary Week banquet tonight at the United, Bcrthrcn Church and the court of honor following. After the ceremony, Wclday O Adrian, scoutmaster of the origina Troop 2, formed 22 years ago, contrasted the difficulties under which Scouting operated then and now There was no sponsor, nobody particularly interested in the troop ii any manner. Funds were raised by whatever method was available, even to begging them, he said. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nee, of East iPatterson avenue. Elsle Yaw Broderlck ^ Hospital. . Penny bingo Jr. O. U. A. M Odd Mrs E|sjc Brodcrich . daughtcr o .Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg Mr and Mrs w H Yaw of 100 .street, Friday night, 8:30.--Adver- Sycamore-street, is seriously ill a -tisemcnt,--10fcb-2t. - - ^ v Mr. and Mrs. Louis/ Barren will ·'return Friday fro mNew York City, -·where Mr. Barren is purchasing spring merchandise for his store, the ·Hollywood Shoppe, North Pittsburg ·itreet. _ For your Whitman's Chocolates, .valentine heart shaped packages, 50 'cents to $3.00 a box. C. Roy Hctzel, Prescription Druggist. -- Advertise- ment.--10fcb-3t. Robert Herman, Robert Sine, Miss Jessie Lawthcrs and Miss Catherine Herman were Pittsburgh callers Monday evening. Glamorous spring frocks, suits and hats arriving daily. Princess Shop. --Advertisement.--10fcb-2t. ' Mrs. Paul Jprescott and son, Paul, Jr., of Chicago arc visiting with Mrs. jPrescolt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Thomas, ot Vanderbilt for a few weeks. '.; Food sole, Saturday, February 12th, by ladies of Greenwood M. E. Church, in Mistlebauer's Garage, West Side.--Advertisement.--10-lt. .'- L. Sine of East Crawford avenue "spent'thc'day in Pittsburgh. '-'; Page Shaw Valentine Candy, 79c per pound box, at Mrs. Vona's Dairy Market.--Advertisement.--10fcb-3t. Andrew Lasky of East Apple street ·will visit in Pittsburg Friday evening. v " Special · valentine novelties filled with fresh cut flowers, $1.00. P. R. DeMuth Sons.--Advertisement.-- ·lOfcb-lt. 7 Mrs. J. C. Vanaman of Confluence Connellsville State Hospital. She had a blood transfusion Tuesday and an other today. Mrs. Brodcrick had been nursing at a veterans' hospital a Castle Point, N. Y. She hod been in a hospital there for three weeks am was believed on the rood to recovery when she came here. Then she suf fercd a relapse. ' Cleared in Auto Death. GREENSBURG, Feb. 10.--Dr. L. Marino, Pittsburgh and forme Allegheny county coroner's physi cian, stands cleared of a manslnugh ter charge as the February cran Jury ignored a bill against him in connection with the auto death o George Kry of Unity township Scp tcmber 28, last, on the Lincoln high way, five miles east of here. is visiting her sistrc, Mrs. I. Rush,-of South Prospect street.- Miss Betty McDonald, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McDonald, ha resumed her studies at Grove Cit College · after spending the mid semester vacation at her home a Broad Ford.' Mrs. Clyde W. Downs of East Pat tcrson avenue is the guest of Mrs J. R. McCaulcy of Rockwood. THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY THAT BABY REDUCES A SET o" DISHES- JUST THINK V^MAT A STONE CROSHER MAKE -GOT WHILE MRS.T7NKER WAS AVWAf ON A VISIT TOM DECIDED TO MAKE OVER THE.. MTO A. MODERN DISH Five Dead, Millions Lor Toll of Gale Continued from Page One. from Los Angeles to Eureka. The worst of the storm passed inland toward the Sierra Nevada Mountains yesterday afternoon, but high winds and a heavy sea continued all night. In San Francisco, the wind reached 78 miles an hour at the edge of the city and a 55-mile wind swept the business district, ripping oft roofs and dislodging trees. Elsewhere, the situation was sum- 1 28.67, the lowest reading in 20 years. JAPAN WILL REPLY TO NAVAL QUERY By RAY MARSHALL United Press Staff Correspondent. TOKYO, Feb. 10.--Japan intends to reply Saturday to United States, British and French inquiries as to her navnl building programs, it was said today in usually reliable quarters. It was increasingly indicated that the government would decline to disclose its building plans. marizcd as follows: Sacramento--Twenty-two were injured. Power failed throughout Die city. Elevators were stalled. Emergency crews cut through a wall of the capitol to release an elevator operator. Windows were smashed in the Assembly and Senate chambers and hundreds of trees uprooted on the grounds. Emergency hospitals ran short of supplies. Streets were flooded and dangerous. Mercer--Pedestrians were injured by flying debris. Twenty oil derricks were blown down. Courthouse windows were smashed. Los AnKclcs--Trees and billboards fell. Hollywood streets were littered with broken trees. The southeastern part ot the city was without lights and power. San Luis Obispo was without telephone service four hours. Salinas--Airport hangars were destroyed. Wabonvillc--Damage to buildings and orchards wos estimated at $250,000. Shatter--Tents of 100 migratory workers were swept away, leaving them exposed to the storm. Frultvale--Power linos fell and intcrurban service halted. Bellevue--A tree was blown Into a passing train, injuring a woman. Plttsburc--An 80-mile wind carried a'-vay almost all trees. Power service fulled. Automobiles were damaged. San Maleo--Power service failed and homes were lighted by candles. Many roofs were blown off. Albany--An office building collapsed. Lomita Park--Fallen trees blocked the highways. Burllnsamc--Trees were carried away^ automobiles and houses were crushed. Southern Pacific trains were stalled. Mcnlo Park--A crew of 100 men was sent to clear railroad tracks. Trains were halted. Uhlan--The barometer fell to · URNS LOWCR.PRICID SIZIS OF COAl TO SAVt MONIY :FRANK R. SWEENEY 127-129 K. Crawford Arc. 1'hniic !»77. LAST TIMES TODAY "MIDNIGHT MADONNA" Slarrlne IVurren William Cnroll, Kitty Clnncv, Edward Kills, " .Bol)crt Baldwin --Vlus-- Superb Siirromidinj,' · --, Program. --IMus RALPH --in-"COUNTERFEIT LADY" M'Hli .Tonn Ferry Douglass Dumbrillo FRIDAY OJTLY A NEW UNIVUSAl PICTURE wilh LYIE TALBOT · POtlY ROWIES --Also-BANK NIGHT . This Week the Award is ... $525.00 DlvWnl Into Two Awards: First $375.00 Second $150.00 Come down and irct your slitire if our )»ink iic- I'oitnt. . TODAY! FRIDAY! SATURDAY! Exclusive Motion Picture Riirlits of (lie (.'rent BRADDOCK vs. FARR : T w e n t y m i n u t e s of f«st lioxiui; :iml litflilinc! The wind reached 70 miles an hour. S. B. Buiick Talks On Life of Lincoln An interesting talk on the life o: Abraham Lincoln was given at Wednesday's meeting of the Klwanls Club by S. B. Buiick, superintendent of the Scottdnle schools. The educator had delved deeply into the life of the emancipator in his preparation for the talk.and told his audience many things about the life of Lincoln with which they had never been familiar. Grim Reaper Township Penalties Abated. Connellsville Township School Board has voted to abate penalties MRS. BLANCHE CUMBERLAND Mrs. Blanche Cumberland, 33 vcars old, wife of Lymon Cumberland ot Adelaide, died Tuesday at Charlcroi-Moncsscn Hospital. Pneumonia Wai.' said to have been the cause of, death. She had been ill only two days. ' . Besides her husband she Is survived by her father, Joseph Bergen of Venctia and the/following sisters: Mrs. Catrlc Hoffman of Bcntleyvlllc, Mm. Theodore Lamos of Scottdalc, Mrs. Dora Cumberland of Gates and Mrs. John Christambus of Ronco. The funeral service will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home. Interment will be in the Dickerson Run Union Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director John H. D. Sibcl. · SIRS. A^rANDA C. HIDER Mrs. Amanda Clara Hider, 73 years old. widow of Albert Hider, died at her home at Mill Run at 9:55 o'clock Wednesday evening. She had been a lifelong resident of that place and member ot the United Brethren Church there 'or CO years. Three sons, Charles and Oliver, both at home, and Edgar of Uniontown, survive. There are four grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Indian Creek Baptist · Church. Interment will in the Baptist Cemetery. NOAH SUAWLEY MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 10.-Noah Shawlcy, 55 years old, of Acme, died Wednesday evening in the Frick Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for a week for treatment. on delinquent sc years 1930-1935 ·1, the date of t lands by the cou 30! taxes for the raid before April c sale of seated ty treasurer. City Queen Uniforms For nurses, waitresses, etc. White. Sizes 14 to 44. WASH DRESSES Beautiful new prints.'Sizes 14 to 52. SMOCKS Flowered prints; small, medium, large. Harry Bowman 713 West Crawford Avenue West Side Former Austrian Official Held. BERLIN, Feb. 10.--Franz Wink- RIO rF jANT-inn sv,h in ' A. i lcr ' who was A « stri;i n, vlce-chtmccl- ..-!°..??.^??!. R -. f . St^^T^'llor at the time of the assassination of Chancellor Engelbcrt Dollfuss, was arrested Tuesday by secret police, it was learned today. It was understood lie was accused of foreign exchange irregularities. Well informed sources denied there was any political significance fn the arrest. Injured in a severe rain and lightning | storm which raged over t'lis cily for four hours last night. The greatest number of casualties occurred in the Tijuca district where several houses collapsed when struck by lightning. Streets in downtown districts were flooded by the downpour, some of them to a depth of almost three feet. Basements and lower floors of many commercial houses were under water. The newspaper O Jomal was forced to suspend publication today because the plant's electric power was cut off by a collapsed wall. Firemen Meet Tonight. The D. L. V. Fire Department will meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the borough building in Vanderbilt. Use Our Classified Ads. They bring results. Cost is small TODAY and TOMORROW The Story of One Hundred 3Lilllon Americans! DRAMA OF YOUTH'S FIRST JLOVE/ Tho heart-boats of. real people... the joys and the dangers of young love... lend power and warmth to a moving drama cut from, tho pattern of "Ah Wildemesal" See it with your sweetheart... tor a .grand evening in the theatre! ' :»sli Rises in California." "Japanese Capture Chinese Tort." CASH -mo EUBTF" CASH NITE I (J-NII e. NITE About 9:00 1'. If. NINE PRIZES TOTALING NO DELAYS! NO POSTPONEMENTS! THE NEW Today and Tomorrow Plus Another Full Lenth Feature HAVE YOUR MODELS GOT THAT I HAVEN'T/ GOT? * Conuuly! 3f civs! Shorts COMING! SATOKDAY, FEBRUARY 18 " T H E B U C C A N E E R "

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