The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 11, 1938 · Page 7
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February 11, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLEI, PA. PAGE SEVEN. PERSONAL MENTION Mis* Irene Karns, R. N., and Miss j Dahlman o£ McKccsport have re-' turned from a three weeks' trip to Florida. Mrs. Mary Karns of South Connellsvillc, who accompanied them on the tour, stopped in Philadelphia where she will visit friends for a few (weeks. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. : Harry Ash, Ross Miller and Kenneth Marietta visited friends at Smithton Wednesday. Take advantage of our annual February specials in quality dry cleaning. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement--7feb-6t. Miss Rosemary Schulcr and school friend, Miss Gerri Brunner of Cleveland, Ohio, arrived this afternoon to spend the week-end at Miss Schulcr's home in East Cedar avenue. Miss Schuler and Miss Brunner attend Scton Hill College at Grecnsburg. We carry a complete line of valentines for every member of the family. Bunte's Valentino heart chocolates in 1 Ib. and 3 Ib. boxes, at Kestner's Book Store, 125 W. Apple street.--Advertisement.--8fcb-4t. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Sccfclt of Dawson left Wednesday for Miami, Fla., for a few weeks visit. Monday is St. Valentine's Day and everybody likes to be remembered on this day. Why not select your valentines now at Keagy's Drug Store. They always have the most attractive ones.--Advertisement. -- 9-feb-4t. Aunt Het , By ROBERT QUILLEN "I try to be a law-abidin 1 citizen, but I don't want any sassy cop stoppin' me when I'm late and hurryin' home to fix dinner for company." Carol Puts Rumania | Scouts Have Dads Ten E Y (k ' Famous Under Dictatorship; I. ~ - , X A .. Rowing Coach, Dies Anfklew Cabinet Oul! As Guests; Merit Badges Presented John J. Spishak of South Connellsville is spending the week-end at the home of his fiancee. Miss Marie E. Laughran at Swissvale. This'evening they will attend the freshman dance at Mount Mercy College for Women, Pittsburgh. The sweetest valentine of all, an assortment of Whitman's or Rcy- mcr's chocolates in an attractive heart-shaped box. Priced from SOc to $3.00. Let Kcagy's deliver a box to your sweetheart on Valentine's f Day.--Advertisement.--9fcb-4t. I Attorney E. C. Higbec of South '- Pittsburg street, critically ill at his home, was reported to be "growing weaker" this afternoon. 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. Marked improvement is noted In the condition of Mrs. Quay P. Hcr- ~" wick of South Pittsburg street who ' underwent an operation Saturday at the Hospital. Penny bingo. Jr. O. U. A. M., Odd Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg street, Friday night, 8:30.--Adver- tisement.--10feb-2t. ' Rev. E. G. Sawyer, Lewis A. Harrer, Elvie Christncr and G. Wylle Overly attended the fellowship dinner given in the First United Brethren Church, Johnstown Monday evening in connection with the annual board meeting of the Home Missionary Society of the Church Erection Society of the church. For your Whitman's Chocolates, valentine heart shaped packages, 50 cents to $3.00 a box. C. Roy Hetzel, Prescription Druggist. -- Advertise- ment.--10feb-3l. Miss Betty Scott, R. N., of Newport News, Va., is spending a-vacation at the home of her mother, Mrs. i lo Philadelphia where she is located, naving visited her home in Pcnn street for a few weeks. Glamorous spring frocks, suits and hats arrivine daily. Princess Shop. --Advertisement.--10feb-2t. Among local sportsmen who will attend the convention of the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs at Harrisburg arc Robert S. Cooper, Howard E. Wcisgerber and James H. Banning. Mr. Cooper will also attend the convention of the American Wildlife Institute in Baltimore. Others who will attend that gathering are John H. Craig and Homer M. Chorpcnning. Kenneth A. Reid, formerly of Connellsville, now of Chicago, will be a speaker ut the latter gathering. Page Shaw Valentine Candy, 79c per pound box, nt Mrs. Vona's Dairy Market.--Advertisement.--loreb-3t. Mrs. Orville Devlin of Pittsburgh visited Mrs. John Duggun, Jr., in South Pittsburg street Thursday afternoon. TJ. B. annual baked ham supper, Thursday, February 17th, 5 to 8 P. M. --Advertisement.--feb-l-4-8-H. Mrs. Ada Whipkcy, who is ill nt the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Fletcher in Greenwood, is slightly improved. "500" and bingo, P. H. C. Hall, Saturday night, 8:30. Door prize Cor iucd from r- -- One. that lh-?y had started also on a new political era. It: (1) established a royal military dictatorship; (2) placed the civil administration of all Roumania under the army; (3) extended a state of siege, hitherto existent in a few provinces, throughout the country; (4) appointed 66 new provincial prefects, 30 of them army colonels or lieutenant colonels; empowered first civil authorities, then the army to search any house at will; (5) empowered tin army lo demand immediate surrender of II rearms and ammunition; (6, authorized a censorship; (7) empowered the army to forbid or dissolve any public meeting. Thus the one time "madcap orincc," who set an example for the Duke of Y/indsor by renouncing his right to the throne for love, who had stayed faithfully with the woman for whom he 'did so despite persistent, angry efforts to separate them, emerged as the newest of Europe's strong men. Peasants, townspeople and politicians alike, as they gathered in groups this morning to discuss the events of the night, paid tribute to the king. They saw him as having solved by a bold stroke a grave governmental crisis; many credited him with engineering the climatic events of the crisis which culminated in his own assumption of supreme power. Octavian Goga's anti-Jewish cabinet met late yesterday and decided lo resign. Ministers remained in session while Goga went to the royal palace to submit his resignation. King Carol accepted It -- in fact, ho had already picked the Patriarch Caristeau, it appeared, and his collaborators. (Advices received at Vienna asserted that King Carol ordered Goga to resign.) No sooner had. Goga's resignation been accepted than the patriarch accepted n mandate to head a new government. Promptly, seven former premiers accepted their posts. All were sworn in at once. ! Goga, announcing thnt he would \ not participate in the new cabinet, issued an 11-page statement, reflecting blistering anger. After his outburst, "Israel, you nrc victorious." he said: "There arc men in the cabinet who b: aught our country into its present unfortunate position. What can one expect form such a government? The lunch. Admission 25c.--Advertise- ment.--llfeb-2t. The condition of Mrs. Elsie Yaw Brodcrick, who is very ill with a blood stream infection at Connellsville State Hospital, was reported today as slightly Improved. Further transfusions are planned. Stanley Morris. Jr., of South Eighth street visited Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Marietta at Dunbar Thursday evening. He is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Marietta. king asked me to enter the new cabinet. I, however, refused because I did not stc the necessity for the present changes." Fainls When Doctor Says She Is Dying; "Doomed" Women Sue Continued from Page One. Munson, John Lujack, Edowrd MacDonald, Fred Shrallow and Theodore Phillips. The badges were presented by W. E. Boyland. Five members of Troop No. 8 became first class Scouts with the presentation of badges being made by Commissioner Gray. They are Donald Nixon,! Jack Sherwood/ Junior Shank, William Foley and Douglas Mcllvainc, Jr. Because of the large number of merit awards, the presentation was made in two groups. Rev. L. S. Elliott and (Mayor Ira D. Younkin performed the ceremonies. Those receiving merit badges were: Troop No. 3--Francis Brady for reading and John Brady for music; Troop No. 5--Frank Kane for civics, personal health and scholarship; Grant Bultermorc for cooking and public health; Joe Carlton for handicraft, swimming and woodcnrving; Thomas Coughenour for cooking, personal health, handicraft and public health; Troop No. 8--Curl Gccnen for music, stamp collecting, handicraft, cooking, safety, public healih. pathfinding. civics and personal health; Teddy Burkhardt for cooking and personal health; J. B. Athey for first aid, safety, pathfinding, personal health, public health, cooking, handicraft and woodwork; Leo Oppman for public health, personal health and first aid: Jack Sherwood for first aid; William Johnson for first aid, personal health, public health, palhfindlng, safety, lealhor- craft, handicraft nnd cooking; William Burkey for personal health nnd public health; Mclvin Sweeney for music, public health nnd first aid; James Gallagher. Jr., for cooking, reading, music, bird study, aviation, woodcarving, pathfinding, ' porsona health, farm home and its planning, safety, woodwork, bookbinding, public health, first aid nnd farm layout nnd building arrangement. Court of Honor Chairman Braemcr made awards to eight boys who attained the distinction of Star Scouts. They are! Troop N'o. 5--Joe Carlton and Thomas Coughenour; Troop No. 8-J. B. Athcy, Leo Oppman. Mclvin Sweeney, James Gallagher, William Johnson and Carl Gccnen. After the presentation ceremonies, Chairman Mcllvnine called the scoutmasters of the various troops forward to receive recognition. They lire R. C. Witt, Troop No. 1; William Bailey, Troop No. 2; John Brass, Troop No. 3; Ralph F. Sligcr, Troop No. 5; James Cook. Troop No. 7; and J. M. Southard, Troop No. 8. Grim Reaper DENNIS J. YODEIt MEYERSDALE, Feb. 11.--Dennis J. Yodor, 47, Meyesdale rural mail . Lync R. Scott, of East avenue. Pre-Lenten card party, bridge, "500" and bingo, St. Aloysius Hall, Dunbar, Monday, February 28th. Admission 25c. -- Advertisement. -- fcb-11-25. Mrs. H. G. Potter who had been visiting with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Christy of East Green street, has departed for her home at Lander, Wyo. Enroute she will visit relatives at Rudolph, Ohio. Special valentine novelties filled with fresh cut flowers, $1.00. P. R. DeMuth Sons.--Advertisement,-- 10fcb-4t. JTIss Kathryn Ward, daughter of Mrs. H. L. Krepps of Iron Bridge, who was operated on two weeks ago at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, has returned to the hospital for treatment. Bingo party, Woman's Democratic Club, Monday, February 14th, 8:30, Arlington Hotel, 25c.--Advertise- ment.-fcb.-9-ll. Miss June Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Collins, has returned Crawford ' carrier, died Wednesday morning in 1 the Memorial Hospital at .Cumber-. land,-Md., following an extended illness. JACOB W. SHOAF MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 11.-Jacob W. Shoaf, 79 years old, died Thursday night at 7 o'clock at hi? home at New Stanton. He is survived by his wife, Jenny Beeson Shoaf: one daughter, Leora, at home; one brother, William B., and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Weaver, both of New Stanton. The funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at New Slanton Reformed Church. Kcv. Charles H. Faust, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be in Seanor's Cemetery. SAMUEL S. HACKNEY Samuel Sidwcll Hackney, 87 years old, died January 22 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. B. Plummer of Newton, Kan. He formerly resided in Fayettc county, having been born on the old Hackney farm, now Shamrock, near New Salem. Paramount Theatre TODAY ONLY l Y t E T A I B O T POLLY ROWLES HENRY BRANDON.HENRV HUNTHR · FRANK REICHER Scrxn Way by Mouric* Gtroghry Orlofool Story ond Dl ' by Ford t«b. A'Nntf.UMVUSAI. NCTUU --ALSO OX Tins SCREES-- Exclusive pictures ol BRADDOCK.FAim fight! Set- and hear the nctual blows. Tivcnty minutes of Fury! --Pins-BANK NIGHT $375.00 and $150.00 C03IIXG SATURDAY GENE AUTRY in "ROUND-UP TIME IN TEXAS" Continued from Page One. can recognize It. Governor Henry Homer signed a new law in 1030. The company, however, had withdrawn from Illinois and was set up under a new corporation in New York. Its officials left a $10,000 bond with the indus- frial commission--the only funds available for payment of compensation. , Mi's. Donohuc 'lestiflcd"that she was discharged by the company when her limping became "noticeable" to other workers. "Even now," she said, "my body gives off a faint luminous glow when surrounded by darkness." She worked for the company from 1022 until 1!)31, when the dangers of radium poisoning first were learned. Then the company ordered hiedical examinations for employes nt iti Ottawa plant. She testified she overheard a physician ask a "Mr. Reed," whom she described as plant manager, why results of the examination were not published. "If we did that there would be a riot," she said Reed replied. "We didn't work with actual radium," she said. "We used a preparation of radio-active salts, a by-product of radium. "Later we learned that just to breathe in some of the dust from which the dial paint was. made was deadly, but when I was there one of the girls used to sit at a table with a box of dust in front of her and just ladle it out.' "The radium paint was mixed in small saucers. Using a camel's hair brush, you had to have a fine point and practically all the girls had the habit of wetting the brush with their I tongues and lips. "That's the way this terrible, terrible poison got into our systems." ' Mrs. Donohuc now weighs only -70 pounds. Dr. Charles LafTlor said she haJ only a few months to live. -Her husband, Thomas, wept when he heard her sentence of death. They have two children. I Sweeney Awarded Contract. ' of three building projects at Cali- I Frank R. Sweeney was awarded \ fornia State Teachers College by the the contract for the electrical wiring j State Authority at his bid of $32,395. MIAMI, Fla., Feb. 11--James Ten Eyck, veteran Syracuse University rowing coach, died at 0:20 A. M.! today at Jackson Memorial Hospital i after an illness of several weeks. ! He was 86 years old. ; Ten Eyck died suddenly almost three weeks after he was rushed to hospital suffering from an attack of coronary thrombosis. Early today hospital · attendants reported that although his condition was serious he had passed a comfortable night The tall, gray-haired veteran had j shown amazing vitality during his' early confinement, but for the past | two days physicians reported his strength was waning. James A. Ten Eyck was a master of rowing and the art of teaching it, and n famous figure in American sports. His active athletic career extended over more than a three-quarters' of a century, bringing him the name of "the grand old man of rowing." He was born October 10, 1851, on the Hudson River at Tompkins Cove, N. Y. While he was still a child he received his first lesson in rowing from his father, who was n professional oarsman, as was the youngster's grandfather. At 13 Ten Eyck won his first race. He quickly achieved prominence as a sculler. Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings At the Lowest- Prices of the Year! If you're interested In values see our windows. HARRIS' 210 Jfo. 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Arrives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trimbath of Morrell arc the parents of a daughter, weighing seven pounds, bom Monday evening at their home. It is the second child in the family, now composed of two daughters. The new arrival has been named Earla .'une. Son Born lo Uhers. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Uhcr of 618 Morrell avenue announce the birth of a son Thursday morning jit 7:20 o'clock at their home. The baby is the first in the family. Mrs. Uher is the former Miss Evelyn Handford. Looking for Bargains? Try our classified columns when you want something? Results follow. COLDS and FEVER Checks Salve, Nose urops jirbt day Liquid. Tablets llc.irt.ichc, 30 minutci

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