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February 11, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGE BIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB. PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1U:J8. NEWS OF THE COURTS UNIONTOWN, Feb. 11.--Subpoena was issued on Second National Bank of: Uniontown directing officials to produce in open court, at 10 o'clock Monday, February 14, all records and withdrawals made by Frances S. Kcirsted, cither individually or as tax collector of this city, from January 1, 1932, until January I, W3S, inclusive. The ··'dcr directing that the sub- the sum ot $10 a month tor support of his wife and children was imposed on Joshua McFadden, Foirchance, arraigned on complaint ot Mrs. Ella McFaddcn. John Show, 27 Dunkard avenue, this city, charged by Mrs. Amanda Show with felonious assault and surety of the peace, was found guilty of violating the parole contained in his original bcntencc to the work- HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT pocna be issued was signed by Judge I house. The original sentence was H. S, Dumbauld on petition ot Attor-1 revoked and the defendant ordered noy Dean-D. Sturgis, special counsel engaged by the county in the case ot the Commonwealth against Mrs. Keirsted, convicted woman tax collector returned here from Allegheny county workhouse to testify at a hearing to open judgment in the case. In the petition, Attorney Sturgis set forth: "It will be necessary in connection with the hearing of the petitions to open judgment for purpose ot evidence, all records of deposits and withdrawals made by Mrs. Frances S. Kcirsted. "It is evident that Mrs. Keirsted maintained accounts only at the Second National Bank ot Uniontown and in no other institution." Charged with attempted robbery, Harold Gordon, 20, and his brother, Gerald, 19, of Tower Hill No. I, were given a hearing before Squire Pat Golden, Brownsville, and held without bond for action of the March grand jury. County Detective John C. Wall brought the prosecution against the 3ads who were arrested following on ^unsuccessful attempt to rob the Arcade restaurant, Snowdcn Square, ·Brownsville, the night of February 2. In an order handed down by Judge W. Russell Carr, appointment was made ol Attorney Nichols Comfort to act as master in divorce proceedings filed by Minnie Famularo against Victor Famularo. Fifth departmental hearing on violations of the State motor vehicle code was held in the grand jury room of county courthouse when 15 of the 16 persons cited appeared to present their cases before the examiners. Reckless driving is the most "frequent violation appearing on tl.c records, It was said. - Judge Ross S. Matthews of the county "orphans "court confirmed an accounting filed by Carl Lantz who had been appointed June 2, 1937, as guardian of Johnnie, Mae, Mabel and Dorothy Griffin, minor "children. The ·children have since moved to Richmond county, North Carolina, where, "June 24, 1937, the superior court named William Griffin as guardian. Judge Matthews " confirmed an accounting in the estate, totaling $1,635.90, and ordered this sum to be turned over to Lantz' successor. On basis of exceptions filed by Attorney David E. Bane to a decree of distribution entered December 31, 1937, by Ex-Judge J. W, Dawson in the estate of Elizabeth Blackburn, Judge Matthews modified and amended the former decree and authorized tjic following distribution ot S4.567.41: The sum ot $200 to Attorney Bane in full for legal services; $2,612.50 to Rose Blackburn, on account of nursing services; one- fourth, $438.72, each to Clarence Gilbert Blackburn, Omer R. Blackburn and to S. S. Snader, the latter on account of an attachment and assignment of Lloyd C. Blackburn; one- · eighth each, $219.36 to Harrison Agnew Irwin and Margaret Attison.. In the estate of Mollle Deffcn- baugh, who died Intestate November 5,1936, Judge Matthews decreed that $13.73 be paid as State personal property tax and awarded the balance of $8,280.21 to Mary Louise Dawson, the deceased's only heir. Judge H. S. Dumbauld imposed the following sentence in cases recently brought before him. in domestic relations court: George C. Cramer, Sycamore street, Connellsville, on complaint ot Augusta Cramer, was ordered to pay 510 additional during the first half of February and the same amount during thfc second half if the defendant works more than three days a week. He was also ordered to-pay costs of 534.53. At the December session, Cramer had been directed to pay $50 a month towards support of his family and furnish $1,000 bond for compliance of the order. John Mcdved, Adah, on complaint of Helen Medved, was ordered to pay costs of $31.20 within four months and the sum of $10 monthly" towards support ot his wife and children. He was released on -his -own recogniz ancc.- ; -- ' David Earley, 28 Feathers avenue, this city, was directed to pay costs of $28.95 within 30 days. Sentence to pay costs of $28.40 and to spend one year in county jail and pay costs amounting to $43.20. In the case of Daily Jackson, Fairchance, charged with paternity of a child born December 29, 1933, to Anna Link, the court found the defendant had arrearages in the amount of $55 on his monthly payments. Jackson was directed to pay the arrearages in $5 installments, beginning March 1. The payments on order for middle of February and March are to be made or the defendant committed to county jail. Costs amounted to $35.35. George R. Evans, Connellsville, charged by Mrs. Mary E. Evans with desertion and non-support and surety ot the peace, was released on his o%vn recognizance with the understanding he would pay costs of $43.35 and the sum ot SG per month for the support of his wife, according to terms of an original order made by Ex-Judge Thomas H. Hudson and modified March 6, 1937. Joseph Host, Friendship Hill road, near Point Marion, charged with the paternity of a child born to Florence Haucht, was directed to pay $5 a month on costs of $08.20, beginning March 1, and the sum ot $10 a month for support of the child, according to terms of the sentence imposed December 5, 1931. Payment on arrearages was temporarily suspended. In an order signed by Judge W Russell Carr, the case of Andy Mai- lock, Thompson No. 2, was dismissed and the defendant discharged from county jail. Costs ot $29 were divided between the defendant ant his prosccutrix, Amelia Stajcar payments to bo made at the rate o $5 monthly beginning April 1. Mallock had been arrested December 20, 1937, on a surety of the peace charge preferred by the prosccutrix who asserted she was afraid threats lie made against her. In an order handed down by Judge W. Russell Carr, leave was granted James R. Mauler, Uniontown, to fil an appeal in local courts from a de cision of Squire Beth Mincrd, South Union township. The order also directed the justic of the peace to make return of ; transcript of the proceedings am provided for a bond of $100 b; Mauler for payment of costs and to insure good faith in the action. Mauler faced a charge of violating the motor vehicle code preferred b John Barney follo%ving a collision January 26 on the Brownfield roa between the former's car and Bar ney's truck. Serum Rushed by Plane May Save Woman's Life UNIONTCWN, Feb. 11.--Injec tions of special pneumonia serum rushed by airplane to Johnstow, where, a dramatic landing was c£ fected by means of red lanterns an automobile headlights is believed 1 have turned the tide that will s the life ot Mrs. Gordon R. Baer, wif of a Bethlehem Slccl Corporatio official and sister-in-law of Attornc Joseph J. Baer. The local attorne was in telephone communicatio with the family of his brother short ly after noon" and reports from th beside were that iHb woman wn "much improved" as a result of th scrum. The plane carrying the serum lef Newark late Tuesday without th pilot being aware there were n landing lights at the Johnstown field He circled above the city during th night hours while authorities rushe lanterns and automobiles to give hi assistance in making a landing. Quickly Eases Itching of Eczema You do not have to continually suffc from the flery Itching o£ eczema. On application of Ico Mint, which you can Kct at any drug store, will givo quic relief. Ice Mint is a pure, snow white, mcd cated cream and it is fine to case th Itching torture of eczema. It is pJcasan to use and one jar will last for week even it used two or three times a la,j Good for Itching between the toes to Try it once and you will never be with out it,--Advertisement. Connellsville Fruit Mkt 136 North Pittsburg Street- IVc Deliver! Thono 106 Quality Fruits Vegetables at Low Prices! FEW OF OUR SPECIALS FRUITS Fancy Strawberries, 2 boxes . - ,, 28c Seedless. Texas Grapefruit _. --',--5c each, 6 for 25c Small Lemons - 10c doz., 8 loz. 25c Tangerines . - TM.... _...,, .2 doz. 25c Florida Tree Ripened Oranges 2 doz. 25c California Oranges" ..doz. 13c Golden Ripe Bananas ." lls. 2."c ~ VEGETABLES Florida Peas (full poils) lOc 11)., S HM,. 23e Hot House Rlmlmrb _2 Ibs. 19c Solid Cahlmgo ._...!!. 3c Better Celery Hearts 2 largo bunches lOc 'ew Potatoes, white or reil C Ibs. 2."c Maine Potatoes, U. S. So. i 25c peck; 100 Ibs. $1.8!) 'Also Fancy I'cnrs, Grapes. Avocados, Artichokes, French Endive, Limn Beans, Cauliflower, Savoy Calj- bnge. Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts. Mushrooms and many others. SE13 OUR DISPLAY BKFOKE YOU BUY! M"o Deliver! 1'lioiie 10" Meyersdale Spccl.il to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 11.-I an adjourned meeting ol the orough council Thursday evening, petition was received from College venue residents asking that the trcet be continued as a one way .reel, north. Council decided to up- old the recommendation. j Acting on the request of WPA iTIci.ils that more streets be desig- alcd for WPA work, il was decided impiove lleservoir .street in the First ward. No street was named in he Second ward. The report of the borough auditors vas approved. A new light setup for Mnin street, rom the Church of God to the .rail- oad tracks, was offered by Rice B. Freed, chairman of the light com- Tiiltcc. The budget was considered but because of absence ot Chairman Ralph Eastern and Borough Solicitor Oliver Shields, action was postponed until next Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Struck by Automobile. Bolcston Shrivinski ot Standard suffered slight lacerations und con- visions when he was struck by a car driven by Constable Ray Hallam ot New Alexandria Thursday morning n East Main street. Shrivinski, it was slated, had stepped from between two trucks in he path ol Hallam's car. Hallam tcok the injured man to Frick Memorial Hospital. Later he was allowed to go home. To Ballot on Pastor. Election of a pastor at the First Reformed Church will take place Sunday moining. The congregation will vole on Hcv. Harold Baer ot Somerset, who will preach at the Mount Pleasant church at 10:2( o'clock, and at St. John's Church at 11:30 o'clock. The election will follow the .verv- icc at both churches. Hns L*£ Operation. Ivan Zufall, who had a leg amputation after a mine accident at Wyano in December, underwent another operation on the leg Thursday morning at Frick Memorial Hospital. Run Xerdlc Into Flncer. Nancy Walker, a Junior high school student, ran a sewing machine needle through the first finger on her right hand while sewing in the rlass at Ramsay High School. MEYERSDALE, Feb. 11. -- The Women's Club of Meyersdale held its regular meeting Tuesday in the Main Street Brethren Church. Mrs. Frances Imlcr presided, and after the business meeting she presented Joseph L. Dcrry, organist, assisted by Miss Vcvda Long, commentator in a lecture iccihil. The following program w,is rendcied: Chorals in A Minor, by iTanch, Fifth Symphony, Widor; Adagio, Toccata; O Sucrcd Head Once Wounded, Toccato, and Fugue in D Minor, by Bach. Intermission. Variations 'De Concert, by Bonnet: Sonata No. Il in D Minor, Pastorale; Finale, by Guilmaut. Mr. Dcrry is a son ot Mil and Mrs. Raymond Dcrry, Broadway .street, and is a senior in the Carnegie Institute and organist in a M. E. Church in Bellevue. The recital WHS enjoyed and highly appreciated by a large J.udi- cnce. After the program a committee composed of Mrs. H. M. Cook, Mrs. John Blocher, Mrs. M. L. Barber, Mrs. H. T. Staub, Mrs. James Baird and Mrs. F. A. Edmonds seivcd refreshments. Mrs. Archie Cochran entertained Tuesday evening in honor of her daughter, Charlotte, who celebrated her sixth birthday. The hours was from 5 to 7 o'clock. Fourteen little friends were present and cnjo/rd games. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Frances Imler entertained the members of the Monday night Bridge Club at her home on North street. Mrs. Dan Crilchflcld entertained with a dessert bridge party at her home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Siche of Johnstown visited with the hitter's sister, Mrs. Hannah Fincgan, several days during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lancaster of Mt. Savage, Md., were guests of Mrs. Mollie Shaffer Sunday. Mr. and Mm. Charles Sanders have returned from a week's visit with relatives in Johnstown. Charles Commons and son, George, of Carmichaels spent several days visiting with his brother, Roy Commons, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. R. M. Lynch has returned to her home in Pittsburgh after a week's visit ni the home of her si.s- tcr, Mrs. C. Howard Shockcy. While doing the family wash on Monday, Mrs. Harry Bittner had her risht hand caught in the wringer, crushing ' the fore linger. Several stitches were required to close the wound. Jack McCoy of Richmond, Va., was a guest over the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanders. Pennsvillc PKNNSVILLE, Feb. 11.--Oliver Stairs, I: who has ther of Mrs. W. C. Clark, been very ill with heart t Frick Memorial Hospital Pleasant is improving and o soou be able to return to Use our Classified Advertisements. trouble at Moun expects his home Mrs. Mary Layman is very ill at her home. Mrs. J. F. Miller and children of Scottdale visited friends here Sunday. E. K. Ritchey, who has been very ill during the past month, Is improving. Mrs. Braden Brcakiron was taken, to Frick Memorial Hospital Tuesday evening for observation and a possible operation for appendicitis. Her husband, Braden Brcakiron, is confined to his bed at his home with rheumatism. Woman Dies In France. SOMERSET, Feb. 11.--Mrs. Robert Kennt Evans, widow of a general and granddaughter of Governor Francis Rawn Shunk, died at her home in Nice, France, according to word received here. She w.is a granddaughter of Jeremiah Sullivan Black, who served as chief justice of the State Supreme Court, Attorney General ot the United States and Secretary of State. She was a cousin of Attorney Ernest O. Kooser and his sister, Miss Eleanor. 1938 Model S«K A stunning super power radio. Many important, new features give you amazing World-Wide performance. Greater clarity. Increased self".jvity ... What value! Connellsville NORGE Appliance Co. 40t IV. Crawford Avc. Phone ISO] Opp. West Side Motor Co. Open 9 A. M. to S P. M. Sec the Boy Scout First Aid Demonstration in Our Big Window Saturday Evening 7:30 to 8:30! Demonstration conducted by Uoy Scouts of Connellsville. Monday is Valentines Day! Skop Saturday for Gifts and Cards! Spring Millinery Fashions Interpreted in STRAW . . . . $3.95 Featuring the "Jean Allen" hats fashioned by "Gage." Saucy t a i l o r s , slooping high crowns, draped berets . . . all to compliment you. "Seven Dwarf" Hats .$1.00 An -rtipish trick ot a hat! High peak shaped hats to drape to suit your taste. Of suede in luscious shades. For a Bright Outlook! Dress up in These Spring Dresses at $ 5.95 They've all got SOMETHING and they'll do something to your charm. Sheer crepes in bolero and other leading styles, prints, and wools in light flower shades. Misses', women's, half sizes. A Select Group of New Dresses $ 3.98 Prints-, Solid Crepes, nnrt IJoncle Knits. Don't get one--get two! GIVE SWEETS TO SWEETEST GIRL "Whether she's wife, sweetheart or mother give her candy as your ambassador of love. Valentine Heart Boxes 3U C to . boxes Reymer's Edgeworth Chocolates Reymer's Chocolate Covered Nut Heart 60c Valentine Candies for Parties Choc. Covered 3lint Hearts ..._ 3c, lOc, 2Sc ca. Cinnamon Hearts _ -- - _ 15c II). Humorous, Friendly and Sentimental VALENTINES from Ic to 50c ea. A Big having LINGERIE S A L E ! featuring:-Satin Gowns P. J.'s ITlce $1.94 In tearose. Silk and Snttn Slips Sale I'rico Satin Dancettes, Silk Slips, reg. $1.19 Silk Satin Panties .! 54c Rayon Panties, now 24c Fine Cotton Slips, only 54c $1.85 Chemises, }94c Day for 3 IMPORTANT SALES! FLOOR COVERING S A L E ! featuring: 9x12 Felt Base RUGS F U R S A L E ! featuring: Fur Coats at 40% ,50%, 60% Savings featuring:-Special Groups Fur Coats at $69 at $98 and $129 to $395 L.VSl 1 DAY SATURDAY! Reg. $.·.». Clioice ot IS neat cheery patterns. Heavy quality rugs that will give satisfactory wear. Come in tomorrow. Take. Advantage of the Savings on Ail Types of Rugs! For your Gentleman Valentine TIES .... 65c Your hubby, best beau or Dad ·will be entirely pleased with a gift of one of these new tics. Patterned silks, solid color corded ties, and Palm Beach ties. Give him a te Shirt en .U.7 Knnhuck ....... Just the thing to please him! Fine, snowy white broadcloth with fused collar. D A N Y A POND'S CREAM LOTION WITH IARGE JAR P O N D ' S COLD C R E A M (Arpcox. i.t OK.) BOTH FOR R E G U L A R PRICE OF COLD CREAM PLUS ONLY Ic New Sparkling Jewelry $1.00 JFaltos n trlnmoroiis Valentino fflf! Bracelets, clips, pins, crosses, lock- ots ... of many styles and SpriHjr Sews in Handbags The smartest of gabardine, patent, crepe and calfskin bags. Top handle, zip top and roomy pouch styles in wanted Spring shades. Oilsilk Umbrellas $1.79 Red, blue, white, green, eggshell, navy, black. Maxene Chiffon Hose 59c Wllh triple runstop band. They really wear. Gay New Sweaters $1.98 With embroidery, zippers, fancy belts . . . very striking. '

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