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February 12, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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SATTJRDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1938. THE DAILY COURIER, COJJNELLSVrLLE, PA. PAGE FIVK. PERSONAL MENTION Miss Lilyan Mervis, of the Wind-1 sor Apartments, who underwent an appendicitis operation at the Connellsville State Hospital, is getting along nicely. Miss Alervls is a member o£ the salcsforce of G. C. Davidson's store. I Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. Take advantage of our annual February specials in quality dry cleaning. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement--7fcb-6t. Miss Peg Polkosky of Evcrson is spending the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson at Star Junction. Monday Is St Valentine's Day and everybody likes to be remembered on this day. Why not select your vflcntirteTSiOw at Keagy's Drdg ^.Store. They\ always have the rrost attractive ones.--Advertisement -- 9-fcb-4t. For your Whitman's Chocolates, valentine heart shaped packages, 50 cents to $3.00 a box. C. Roy Hatzel, Prescription Druggist. -- Adve ctise- mont.--10feb-3t. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Bixler and son, Dean, will leave tonight foi thsir home in Gary, Ind. They were called to Morgantown, W. Va., by the death of Mrs. Blxler's father, FranV: Dorrell, and later came to Connellsvlllc lor a visit at the home of Mr. Bixler's mother, Mrs. A. O. Bixler, of East Murphy avenue. The sweetest valentine of ill, an assortment ol Whitman's or Reymer's chocolates in an attractive heart-shaped box. Priced from 50c to $3.00. Let Keagy's deliver a box to your sweetheart on Valentine's Day.--Advertisement.--9feb-4t. Special valentine novelties filled ·with fresh cut flowers, Sl.OO. P. R. DcMuth Son i.--Advertisement, 10fcb-4t. Mrs. John M. Fisher Is confined to her home in Jefferson street by illness. Page Shaw Valentine Candy, 79c per pound box, at Mrs. Vena's Dairy Market.--Advertisement.--10fcb-3t. "500" and bingo, P. H. C. Hall, Saturday night, 8:30. Door prize, lunch. Admission 25c.--Advertise- ment.--1 It eb-2t. Rev. Father John Docrfler, assistant pastor ot St.--Pcter's Church at Brownsville, returned Friday after visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Doerfler of Connell avenue, since Thursday. Joseph Doerfler'of Mount Washington, Pittsburgh, another son of Mrs. Doreflcr, spent Thursday night with her. Glamorous spring frocks, suits and hats arriving dally. Princess Shop. --Advertisement.--10feb-2t. Take advantage of our annual February specials in quality dry cleaning. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners. -- Advertisement.-12-Ieb- 51. Aunt Met By ROBERT QUILLEN "Peddlers always aggravate me. II I'm polite they won't leave and my conscience bothers mo all day if I finally act hateful to get rid of 'em." Grim Reaper Former McKeesporl Woman Ends Life Special 1o Tho Courier. I McKEESPORT, Feb. 12.--Mrs. Harriet Kenmuir Long, 67-year-old ·widow of J. F. Long, former man- j aging editor of the McKcesport Daily News, committed suicide by leaping from an eighth floor hotel ·window yesterday at St, Petersburg, TJa., according to a coroner's report. Authorities said Mrs. Long left' two farewell notes, Indicating her intentions. It was not disclosed to whom the notes were addressed. Mrs, Long was born in McKeesport and was said to have taught in the schools. Since her husband's death In 1934, ihc had lived at Bcthcsda, N.'d., with 'her son, E. John Long, a member of the staff of the National Geographic Magazine. Mrs. Long had been in St. Petersburg only six days before taking her own life, but had previously spent many seasons there. A daughter, Mrs. C. C. Peters of McKeesport, i as in Miami at the time, James Warcllcy's Funeral. Largely attended was the funeral service Thursday afternoon lor James Wardley ot Sycamore street, lormcr councilman and Baltimore Ohio railroad eiaployc, held in the First Methodist Episcopal Church with Rev. Lawrence S. Elliott, pastor, officiating. Interment was in Mount Pleasant Cemetery with Funeral Director Charles C. Mitchell in charge. The Scottdale lodge had charge of Masonic rites at the grave. The pallbearers were T. J. Cowell, O. A. Travis, G. N. Hurley, Ben Frazee, J. B. Kerns and Harry Edwards. SIKS. ELIZABETH MATJST Mrs. Elizabeth Maust, 74 years old, widow of William H. Maust, and a lifelong resident of Connellsvillc, died Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock at her home, 811 Crawford avenue, West Side. Although in ill health since May, her condition did not become critical until Monday night. Since then she had been confined to her bed. She was born In Connellsr- ville January 12, 1864, and 55 years ago last May was married here to Mr. Maust, whose home was .it Marklcysburg. They went to housekeeping in the West Side, then New Haven, on the site of the present fire station. Opening a grocery store just below Bner's hardware store, they continued in business there until about 45 years ago when the present building consisting of store rooms and a residence was erected. It has since been the family home. To the union four children were born, three of whom survive. They are: Mrs. W. F. Alguire at home, Mrs. E. J. Sattcrfield of Parkersburg, W. Va., and Mrs. W. P. Gallagher of Wilklns- burg. "hrce granddaughters and n grandn * also survive. A daughter, Nell Maust, died 28 years ago. · Mr, Maust's death occurred 35 years ago February 7. Mrs. Maust was widely known and highly esteemed in the community. She was a lifelong member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, a charter member of the I. H. N. Class of the Sunday school and a member of the Woman's Culture Club. The funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the homo with Rev. L. S. Elliott, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial will be in Hill Grove Cemetery. Today in Washington As If Is Interpreted By David Lawrence Continued from Page Four, had a Republican Congress in name, the majority of the Senate was a coalition of Western Republicans and Democrats. Today, the issues are not any less clear. The Republicans of the East and the conservative group want a high protective tariff, they want to do awa" with the Hull reciprocity agreements, they do not believe is a subsidy to agriculture and they want the Wagner Act buried and its sponsors hanged politically higher than Haman. As tor the Republican progressives, they see some merit in many of the measures proposed by the two Roosc- vclts. These progressives lean more toward the Wagner law, though they want some corrections made and abuses cut out. There is a friendliness to the reciprocity idea in the Middlewcst nnd a belief that concentration of capital in modern enterprises, if economically desirable, must yield to some forms of social control. Many observers think it's all n matter of what personality is chosen to lead the party In 1940 and what mistakes Mr. Roosevelt has made by then. They brush aside talk of new principles or adjustment of these fundamental issues between conservatives and progressives, between East News of Tri-Town Community and West. But anybody with a rudimentary DAWSON, Feb. 12.--Word has been received here of the birth of a son, Robert Thomas, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Zimmerman of Irvington, N. J. The baby, which weighed five pounds and 10 ounces, was born In Orange Memorial Hospital February 3. It is the first grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Zimmerman of North Dawson. / Frank McGill/ and daughter, Phyllis, of North pawson and Doris Landymorc were business callers in Connellsvillc Wednesday. Bingo Party. About 50 persons attended the bingo party given Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. J. C. Lcvcr- Kood for the benefit ot the O. E. S Prizes were won by Mrs. Kenneth Purncll, Charles Gaal, Dorothy Hiles and Thomas Stark. Mrs. Lcvcrgood was assisted by Mrs. Cyrus Whipkey and Mrs. J. K. Hoffman. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Krcgcr an( daughter, Shirley Ann Simmons were callers here Thursday evening Mrs. Mary Mclntyrc, Mrs. Kathryn Hormell, Mrs. Marion Byers and Mrs Birdella Kepner of Scottdalc attendee the meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star on Thursday evening. A large crowd attended thi cafeteria supper given at Philip C! Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church Wednesday The Sarah B. Cochran evening Sunda; SHAWLEY SERVICE MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 12.-The funeral service lor Noah Shawley, 54 years, nine months and 24 days old, of Acme, who died Wednesday night in Frick Memorial Hospital, was held this afternoon. Interment was in Freeman Cemetery at Acme. Mr. ShawJey Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Shawlcy; four rons, Elton, Albert and Edward 'Shawley at home, and Benjamin Shawley of Kregar, and two daughters, Mrs. Merle Kcslar of Acme antl Miss Shawlcy of Stoyestown, R. D. 3. knowledge of politics will be able to tell the Republican policy committee that a Republican party which goes to the country In the next election wiUi a lukewarm endorsement of the Wagner labor relations law is going to lose the labor vote, which nowadays Is better organized for political action than it ever has been before throughout our whole history. The average voter knows a friend of labor in politics when he sees one and he is not going to bo misled by a carefully phrased scries of sentences that carry water on both shoulders. All this the Republican policy committee will discover m due time, but what they may not feel till they get further along in their deliberations is the impact of the conservatives, who have been such an Important factor in money-raising heretofore. The younger members of the party are already trying to get a better system of campaign contributions deviied so that large sums will not be accepted from men associated with big corporations, even though, ai permitted under the law, they give money in their individual capacities. The Frank committee may make the mistake )of compromising this ye.ir or next with the ultraconservative viewpoint, which appears so unbudgmg today on fundamentals. But this will all be educational value in building up the strength of the progressive wjng of the party, which must dominate the platform, name he candidate, and give every evidence of sincerity that its heart-throb lor the masses is a counterpart of the man who really founded the ~ years ago. School Class sold candy with Mrs Othmar Haas. Mrs. J. C. Goldsbon and Mrs. Bert Herbert in charge. Annual February Specials Men's Suits _.. «0c Men's Overcoats 7ftc Xecktles 3 for 2Sc Men's Hats 50c Ladles' Plain Coats COc Fnr Trimmed Conts 70e Any I'laln Dress COc iny Knit Suit 70c We Call For and Deliver PHONE IOCS S 8 M O N S Cash Carry Cleaners 157 W. Crawford Avenue. 921 West Crawford Avenue. MRS. B. H. HOLTZER GREENS3URG, Feb. 12.--Mrs. Bertha Waugaman Holtzer, wife of H. H. Holtzer of Grcensburg, died at 12:50 o'clock this morning in Westmoreland Hopltal. Republican party 82 DUNBAR WINDOW SMASHER HELD UNIONTOWN, Feb. 12.--Admit ting he broke windows In a numbe: of stores at Dunbar In order to stca whatever was In reach, William Brubaker, 10 years old, of Dunbar was held for the March term o criminal court following a hcarin; before Alderman George B. Smith. He denied having been guilty o breaking a number of other window in the vicinity recently when nothing was stolen. Windows on his list included Rose Ann's confectionery, M. Ncmon* drug store, H. P. Smith's meat mar kct, James Reed's dairy store and r $250 plate glass window In the Amer lean Store. Thefts netted him candy watches and groceries. Brubaker svas arrested after an in vcstigation by Private Charles , Hanna of the State Motor Police. Blair Passers Defeated. McKcesport took a 44 to 36 decl sion over the Blairs of Perryopoll at the latter's floor. The Tuber scored 19 field goals and six foul while the losers counted 14 from th Bold and eight from the free zone. MICHAEL BELACK Michael Belack, about 70 year old. was found dead in a shanty nea the Furnace, Dunbar, where he live alone. STADER FUNERAL HOME Integrity was the keynote of Lincoln's character, the base of his greatness. We do not put ourselves in Lincoln's class, but we do pride ourselves upon the reputation for Integrity that we've established. 118 W. Apple St. TJione 81. CONNELLSVILLE'S BEST HIS GREATEST R01E A»T A great smcu romance sweeps from n veritable "Garden of the Gods!" Actually filmed in scenic wonderlands ... cast of thousiiiiils ... it tells in spectacular drama the saga of. "Trigger Bill" . .. most savage of bad men ... until conquered by love! HERE IS THE WEST THAT CRADLED AMERICAN IDEALS! IT'S G R A N D ! SEE: 'Tensor Bill" in action! The hold-up! The siber ilrikct The Vigilmlctl Tfc» Canartie Kid lurnt fighting U. S. Marshall Romance imperilled by "the last of the bad men." and Feature Will Bo Shown at 2:27, 4:58, 7:liy and 0:15. ^JOSEPHCALLEIA * LEWIS STONE · CUV KIBOEC , --?-Scr%*n K» b* fSwfl U«MM A«it M^ud M^kwn , y Extra! Extra!! Jimmy Fidler's Personality Parade News -- Cartoon Pictorial Wary Club Given Flag by President Of World Organization The Rotary Club is the possessor f a small silk flag--the flag of the D ans Rotary Club--the gift of taurice Duperrey of Paris, president f Rotary International. It followed letter received by President R. K. imith of the local club, explaining t was in remembrance of the cordial cccption accorded the president when he passed through the city evcral months ago on his way to Chicago. The flag is a replica of the French ri-color. It will probably be framed and hung in the Kiwanis Club rooms, vhcre Rotary holds its weekly uncheoni. Two B. 0. Veterans Retire From Service CUMBERLAND, Md., Feb. 12.-Two Baltimore Ohio Railroad veterans have been retired. Charles W. Hammond leaves after nearly SO years of service r.s a track- man and foreman In the territory 'rom Robert to McKenzIc, wc.st ol licrc. Ira Donee, cnRincman, had 35 years of service, entering the firm's employ in 1902 as a fireman, later becoming an engineer. DATES ANNOUNCED FOR SOMERSET M I N I N G TESTS Earl Miller ot Indian Head, chairman of the Bituminous Miners' Examining Board for this district, has scheduled a series of examinations Tor the southern section fo Somerset county when the miners will be given an opportunity to qualify for certificates under the miners certificate j law. t I Examinations will be held as follows: ' February 14--Confluence council' chamber for miners of Confluence, Fair Oak, Libtonburg and surrounding territory. February 15--Rockwood council chambers for miners of district. February 16--Garrctt U. M. W. A. Hall for miners of Garrect, Meyersdale, Wellsburg and surrounding territory. February 17 -- Berlin council chambers for miners of Berlin, Pine Hill, MacDonaldton and neighboring territory. S. A. Board Names fficers for Year; Work Satisfactory The/Salvation Army Board elected officers for the coming year at a meeting Friday evening in the office of T. D. Gardner in the Second National Bank Building. They are: President, Walter T. Smith; vice- president, J. B. Henderson; secretary. Rev. E. A. Schultz; treasurer, S. T. Bcnford. Directors chosen were T, D. Gardner, W. S. Behanna, W. T. Smith, Daniel Duric and S. D. Oppenheim, all reelccted for three years. Holdovers are J. B. Henderson, Ira D. Younkin, A. R. Boyer, S. B. DcMercll and C. M. Stone, to 1939, and Meyer Aaron, S. T. Benford, E. B. Zimmerman, John G. Hayncs and Rev. E. A. Schultz, to 1940. Reports of officers were submitted and plans for the year were discussed. Major A. Vendeville, the new commandant participating. Lands at City Airport. Corporal Elmer G. Kuhn, supply officer of the 14th Air Base Squadron , nnd Base Headquarters, United, States Army, Boiling Field, Washington, D. C, arrived at the Connclls- ville Airport last Saturday afternoon, ile was accompanied by Pilot Lieutenant Colonel Woolen who flew jack to Boiling Field the same night. Corporal Kuhn will ipend a few weeks with relativei and friends in Connellsvlllc pr.ior to leaving for the I Army Air Corps School at Chanute i Field, 111., to which he recently re- j ceived an appointment. He is a son' of Mr. and Mrs. George Kuhn of Masontown and a graduate of the Masontown High School, a member ot the Class of 1033. Daughter In Kozak Home. Dr. Stork left a daughter, Elizabeth Ann, with Mr. and Mrs. John Kozak in North Seventh street, Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. The babe, weighing eight pounds, Is the second child and first daughter in the family. Mrs. Ko/ak will be remembered a- Miss Frances Ser- wlnski of Evcrson. Paramour! Theatre Today Only --Plus-Serial -- *cws -- Cartoon AND TUESDAY OKLY Faith Baldwin's Soul-Stirring Mothor-nnd-Son Story . . . yon wBl never forget It! "PORTiA ON TRIAL" ·with unparalleled performances by Walter Abel Freda Inescort Jfell Hamilton Henther Angel Ruth Donnelly Barbara Pepper --Plus-BING CROSBY in "BILLBOARD GIRL" NEW OUT OF 'OUT OF THE A moonlit, fragrant South .Sea 'paradise [for lovers 'in 't " grip of. nature's "greatest terror.y-.as the .selling for .a grtm. man-hunt. JNordboff and HaH,' author*' of "Mutiny"**! . Bounty",' wrote die- story .from' which tte gcniu«:of,S«nNteiJ'; Goldwynicreated Vne*ihttister|Mecc.m ' v A R PHOMAS w E . L L '. * JEROME C O W A N coanya 3TEXT SATURDAY! "The Buccaneer" COMEDY ® NEWS ® SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS

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