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February 14, 1938

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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELL-SVILI/E. PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14,1935. PERSONAL MENTldN Mrs. M. V. Monahan of Ninth street left Saturday for Bait-more, Md., where she will visit her son-in- law and daughter, 'Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holliduy. Mrs. M. F. Wilhere of Philadelphia is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Shaffer in Highland avenue. Miss Harriet Dunn, a teacher in the Pittsburgh schools, spent Saturday at her home in South Prospect street. She was accompanied by Mrs. E. E. Jones of Pittsburgh, who visited her sister, Mrs. Edna J. Brcndel of the Masonic Apartments. Card party. Junior Culture Club, benefit eye fund, Thursday, Feb. . 17th, Woman's Culture Club Rooms. Auction and contract bridge, '.'!00" and .bingo. -Prices, lunch. Admission 500.--Advertisement.--14fcb-4t. Mrs. C. Roy Hetzel of West Cedar avenue, and mother, Mrs. W. S. Heeler, of Monroe who had visited at the Hetzel home during the winter, went to Pittsburgh Sunday where they are guests at the home of Mrs. .Hcctcr.'s son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley P. Ashe. Mrs. Hetzel will return home Wednesday. Mrs. Heeler will remain for a more . extended visit. " ' Oppman's Taxi.' Phone 700.--Ad- j vertiscmcnt.--9oct-tf. - -Mrs. Harry Andrews of Pittsburgh | returned Sunday, having visited her Aunt Met By ROBERT QUILLEN "I reckon everybody is useful. No matter how blue and discouraged I am, one look at poor old Kate's ankles makes me grateful and cheerful again." Uniontown "Bike" Riders Must Not Break Road Laws Grim Reaper MRS. JOSEPH LOGSDON SCOTTDALE, Feb. 14.--Mrs. Mary ~ parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McKit- Logsdon 30 ycars oW| dicd Sunday - rick, of North Third street for a few afternoon at 3:20 o'clock at her home weeks. at'Dry Hill near Broad Ford of em- - Fred DeMuth of Wills road visited i holism. She was n daughter of the- in Washington, Pa., Sunday. late Samuel and Jane Wiggins and Special to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 14.--Boys and girls, riding bicycles on the streets of Uniontown in violation of traffic laws, will be deprived of their vehicles for five days. There arc *,200 bicycles registered at the police station. of her son, Ray, at Vanderbilt. She had been ailing for quite some time. Mrs. Rohm, a resident of the Vanderbilt dis'.rict the greater part of her life, is.survived by the following children: Alvn J., Orange, Albert and Kay, nil ol Vanderbilt; J. Scott of Ncmacolin, Clyde of Fulton county and Jasper of Smithflcld. The funeral service will be held Wednesday afternoon, the hour to be announced later. Jack Dui bin, located at Apollo, was born March 7, 1907, in the corn- has returned. He spent the week- munity where she resided all of her end at his home in Dawson. I life. She was n member of St. John Special valentine novelties filled I the Baptibt Church of Scottdalc. with fresh cut flowers, $1.00. P. R. 1 Besides her husband, Joseph, she is DcMuth Sons.--Advertisement.-- (survived by four children, James, Francis, Kathryn Jane and Patricia, and these brothers and sisters: Benjamin Wiggins of Jacobs Creek, Ed- D. M. XLINGENSMITII David M. Klingcnsmith, 60 years old, a brother of Scott Klingcnsmith of Bioad Ford, dicd Saturday in Westmoreland Hospital at Greensburg. He was a foreman of the Westmoreland Glass Company at Grapcville and had been a lifelong resident of that community. He was a son of the late Albert and Margaret Painter Klingcnsmith. There arc surviving his wife, two sons, two brothers, one sister and four grand- chilrcn. The funeral service will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Grace Reformed Church followed by burial in Brush Creek Cemetery. "- 10fcb-4U Miss'Rulh Beck, R. N. at Roosevelt - Hospital in New York City, is visiting her" parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. John i ward Wiggins of Crucible, Mrs. Paul Beck, of Davidson avenue. ! Stillwagon of Uniontown, and Sarah, Miss" Viola Rice and guest. Miss | Christine and Cecilia Wiggins, all of Olive Beitzel of Akron, and Miss i Drv Hill. Marie Galasso visited relatives in j Tnc funeral mass will 'be held Uniontown -Sunday evening. - j Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at Mrs. A. I. Daniels of East Craw- , st , John * Church. Bunal will be ford avenue is spending a few weeks .' madc m tne church cemetery, in New York City, where her son,! Charles Daniels.-o student at Harvard University at Cambridge, Mass., will visit her over the week-end. , · Miss Frances Rnckoff of New!. Kensington visited here over the week-end. , Take advantage of our annual i MRS. AGNES SWARNER Mrs. Agnes K. Swarncr, 61, wife of Daniel A. Swarner of Cumberland, Md., dicd Saturday morning at her home. She Is survived by her husband, five children, four brothers " ^ Ca1 Cleaners. -- Advertisemcnt.-12-fcb- ""Miss Margaret Gilmore o f ' Gilmore's Mill has returned home from MRS. ELIZABETH DONNELLY - Elizabeth Donnelly, widow of Pittsburgh where she visited her T - B - Donnelly, and a former well- brother-m-law and sister, Mr. and| known resident of Conncllsvillc, Mrs. Frank Goodwin. where Mn Donnelly was a West Pcnn . . Mrs. A. W. Kerns of South Fourth i claim »go nt for .several ycars, died street, West Side, who had been visiting at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Sunday morning at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Anne Donnelly Mc- Qucnny of Portage, Wis., with whom Kerns of Ridgcway, went'to Wilklns- j snc had resided since the death of burg where she is visiting a brother- I Mr. Donnelly several ycars ago in in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ] Chicago. Seriously ill for some time ·;; Easton. Mr. Easton is ill. Mrs. Katlierinc Patterson of Pitts;; burgh is visiting at the home of her .1 niece,.Miss Mary Frances Ral!.ton in ; North Pittsburg street. Sunday guests r at the Ralston home were Mrs. Mary s MeHugh and Mr. and Mrs. Edward · C. McHugh. also of Pittsburgh. , Card party, Junior Culture Club, ',, benefit eye fund, Thursday, Feb. " 17th, Woman's Culture Club Rooms. Auction and contract bridge. j past, her death was not unexpected. Besides Mrs. McCJuenny, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Jane North, of Chicago. The Donncllys resided in West Peach itrcct for several years. Burial will be in a Portage cemetery. MATTHEW TIERNEY Matthew Tierncy, 76 years old, '500" ' died at 12:15 o'clock Saturday after- nnd bingo. Pri/os, lunch. Admission I noon at his home, 7303 Dcnnison ~ -- ' avenue, Swissvalc, Allegheny county Before moving to Swissvale Mr Tierncy was a resident of this city being engaged as a puddlcr at the Sligo steel mill. Besides his-wife, Mrs. Mary Lee Tierncy, he is survived by the following children: John and Rober at home, Mrs. William Bowser 01 Whittakcr and Mrs. Anne Fawcett of Munhall. The funeral will be held Tuesday morning with a prayer at the horns followed by a service at St. Anslen's Church with Rev. Daniel O'Connel as celebrant Interment will be in the Braddock Catholic Cemetery in, charge of Funeral Director John J Spishak of this place. 50c.--Advertisement.--14feb-'lt. Mrs. J. B. Biiel of East Patterson nvcnue spent Sunday as the guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Colcman, of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Edward Enany returned Sunday evening to the University of Pennsylvania atter spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Enany of Wills road. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kcrwin of · Pittsburgh were Sunday guests of * Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Shartzcr of Syca- ·_ omrc itrcct. ^ Miss Catherine O'Connor of Trout- · man's store arrived home Sunday ~ morning from New York where she ~- bought spring dresses, coats and ·^ suits for the women's ready-to-wear ~ department of which she is man- ager. X The Ladies Auxiliary to South ; Conncllsville Firemen will hold a ·- "500" and bingo party tonight, in Firemen's Rooms. ' Lunch and door jr prize. Admission. - mcnt".--Mfcb-lC 25c.--Advertise-. George" Lamft-of-" West Crawford avenue has'rclurncd from West Pcnn · liospital-in Pittsburgh where-he had · bcc'n for' observation.* His condition is reported veYy good and he plans · to be out in several days. ~_ Mrs. Mary Conway of Pittsburgh · was the guest of her brother-in-law' · and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Sny; dcr of South Connellsville Sunday. · Frank B. Moore of West Chester spent the week end as the guest of · Miss Grace Davidson ol Isabella ro?d. Mis. E. C. Louden is seriously ill at her home in East Cedar avenue. Mrs. Ruth Strickler of Vanderbilt . and. Miss Jeannette Love of Franklin r avenue spent the week-end with : friends In Uniontown. Mi', and Mrs. William Love and · son, Billy, and daughter, Peggy, and · Sirs. Margaret Lowe of Uniontown . were Sunday guests of Mrs. Florence : Love of Franklin avenue, . Air. and Mrs. Paul Ridcnour and : two- children of Pittsburgh were · guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Reagan of South Eighth stii.it, Greenwood, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Mitcrko and son, Hobert, of Uniontown visited at the home of Mrs. Mitcrko's mother, . Mrs. Josephine Mu!ac of South · Eighth street, Greenwood. Mrs. Leland S: Whipkcy Is able , to be out after having been housed '_ for several days by illness at her borne in Bobbins street. Mrs. F. J. McCarthy of Youngs; town, Ohio, is visitor: her brother: in-law and sister, Mr. -md Mrs. Martin Hasson, of Crawford avenue. West Side. She c.imo here cnroutc 1 from Washington, D. C., where she "visited her son, Jerome. MRS. AMANDA E. ROHM Mrs. Amanda E. Rohm, 82 years old, widow of John Scott Rohm, a Civil War veteran who passed away 15 years ago last July, died at 6:30 o'clock Sunday evening'at the home D. M. HAMMER SOMERSET, Feb. 14.--D. M. Hammer, a former school teacher in 3rccnsburg Seminary, died Sunday in hii Somerset county home. He is survived by three sons. The funeral service will be hold Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Thomas, Mennomtc Church near Thomas Mills. Interment wall made in the adjoining cemetery. be WILLIAM KERNS, JR. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 14.-William Kerns, Jr., 21 ycars old, died Sunday afternoon nt 5:30 o'clock a the home of his parents at Southwest He is survived by his parents, thrct sisters and six brothers. The funeral mass will be held Wed ncsday morning at fl o'clock at in Traugcr Greek Catholic Church Burial will tie madc in the church cemetery. LESLIE 1JAUGER MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 14.-Leslie llaugcr, 57 years old, dice Sunday morning at his home Stahlstown. He is survived by hi widow, Mrs. Lucy Haugcr, two sons four daughters, 17 grandchildren nni one sister. The funeral service will be he!' Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock a the Stahlstown Methodist Church Rev. R. L. P.irraway will officiate Interment will be in Stahlstow Cemetery. WILLIAM A. ALLMAN William Albert Allmtin, 77 ye.n old, died this morning at 1 o'clock a his home at West Leiscnnng of com plications after a lingering illncs: He had resided there for over 5 years and had been pensioned by th H. C. Frick Coke Company in 192Y. His wife, Myrtle, dicd in 1929. H is survived by these children: Mis Anna Allman at home, Mrs. E. Cramer of Ruffsdalc and William A Allman and Carl Allman of We. Lciscnring. There arc eight grand children, flvc sisters and two brother The funeral service will be hcl at the home Wednesday afternoon a 2 o'clock with Rev. William H. Ham ilton, pastor of' the West Lciscnrin Presbyterian Church, officiating. In tcrmcnt will be in Laurel Hill Cemc tcry. AIRS. S. P. G. IIILDEBRAND Mrs. Margaret Smith Hildcbran of Wilkinsburg, wife of Samuel P. G Hildebrand, former resident of Con nellsviUe, died Saturday. Besides he husband, she is survived by a daugh tcr,/Mrs. Madge G. Sarchet and son, S. Hance Hildebrand of Wilkins burg. The funeral service will be he! at Wareham's Funeral Home, Re bccca avenue, Wilkinsburg, Tucsda afternoon at 2 o'clock. Paramount Theatre Today and Tomorrow AP ATTITUDE BOOSTS DRIVE FOR BIG NAVY Continued from Page One. rofiti out of war as the veterans had oped. Besides, it is a surrender by ongrcss, in advance of a war, to dictatorship. It claims to prevent roflteering and to equalize the bur- ens of war--and docs neither. It aims to provide for the national do- ense, and in no way does so. It says tat it is 'to promote pjace' and does ic opposite. We favor a bill to tilke the profits ut of war and promote peace. If ongrcss is not courageous enough o adopt such a bill, the matter might s well be dropped." The extension of the House Naval .Hairs Committee hearings beyond ic original schedule was due chiefly 6 Congressional clamor for more dc- illed information as to American oreign policy. Chairman Carl Vinon, D., Ga., sought to meet it with statement of policy to be inserted the authorization bill. Over the week-end Hull reiterated t in a letter to Representative Louis Ludlow, D., Ind.,--author of the dc- eatcd war referendum bill--in which :C urged that "you should not pcrn.it ·oursclf to bo disturbed by afllrm.i- ions from other sources which ace ontradictory to statements of fa.t, which, as n responsible official, lave unexpectedly madc." Hull apparently referred to per- Icrstandlng between the UniU-d States and Great Britain. He ng.un denied h specifically and assured .udlow the ships and auxiliary sei- iccs proposed In the Vinson bill .110 deflntiely needed by this nation for defense, and were not intended for aggression. "For present purposes," Hull wrote, 'I may say the proposed program docs not contemplate the use of any of the units in cooperation with a r y other nation in any part of the world. To be still more specific, f may say that the policy I announced our- ng last August is still being strongly observed; that is that this government carefully avoids, on the on land, extreme internationalism with its political entanglements, and, on the other hand, extreme isolation with it.s tendency to cause othc nations to believe that this n.ition more or less afraid; thnt while avoiding any nllianccs or cntanglinr commitments, it is appropriate nm advisable, when this and other coun tries have common interests am common objectives, for this Govern mcnt to exchange information with governments of such other countries to confer with those governments and, where practicable, to proceed on parallel lines, but reserving alw.iy the fullest freedom of judgment an right of independence of action" omersel Coroner To Hold Inquest Info Confluence Crash DEMOCRAT HEADS DON'T LIKE LEWIS DIRECTING SLATE Special to The Courier. SOMERSET. Feb. 14.--Dr. F. E. lass, Somerset county coroner, said an inquest would be held upon completion of his investigation into the ·mtomobilc-frcight train accident at Confluence Thursday night that claimed two lives and caused m- uries to two others. Mrs. Laura Turney, 35, dicd Friday night while Mrs. Charlotte Virginia Lee, 40, was killed outright. John Turney, 39, for many ycars an assistant postmaster at Confluence, is. convalescing at Frantz lospital. He received contusions of he chest, fracture of two right ribs nnd bruises of the left. Mrs. Frank Cunningham, 40, least injured of the quartet, received contusions of the chest and two rib fractures. Mrs. Lee, widow of Frank Lee and daughter of Mclchoir Hockman, deceased, and Mrs. Felicia Hockman of 31ough, is .survived by four sons, Raymond and Fred, Confluence High School students, and Harry and Harvey, both employed at Hoovers- villo, and one brother, Lester Hockman of Johnstown. She had been employed as a housekeeper at the icrne of Truman Scibert who resides near the Turney residence. The coroner listed Mrs. Lee's injuries as n fracture of the skull, broken neck and n crushed abdomen He spiked rumors that the victim may have drowned in water in ditch 'nto which the automobile hac overturned after having been struck by the Baltimore Ohio Railroad freight train. Dr. Sass said there was Insufficient water to have caused drowning nnd thnt the woman's body was pinned face-up under th wreckage. The funeral for Mrs. Turney wil be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Methodist Episcopa Church of which c'u' was a member Rev. J. O. Martin, pastor, will oflV ciate. Funeral rites for Mrs. Lee were conducted this morning at the Luth pran Church with Rev. J. S. Shannon her pastor, officiating. Interment fol lowed in Salisbury Cemetery. Dunbar Township School Board Will Meel Tuesda Dunbar Township Board of Education will meet Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock in the high school office at Leiscnnng No. 1. In the past the board had met on tlie jccond Monday at 6:30 o'clock but it was decided to hold the sessions on the third Tuesday at 7 o'clock in the future. Flu Claims Twin Sons Of Dawson Resident Wallace R Gould and Walter R Gould, seven months old, twin son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gould o Dawson ;md the only children in th family, died within a day of cac other at the Brownsville Hospita victims of influenza. Death claimc Wallace R. Friday and Walter R. die the following d.iy. The funeral services will be hel at tlie John H. D. Sibcl Kuncra Chapel Tucsd.iy afternoon at _ o'clock with Dr. W. H. Hctrick, pas j tor of Trinity Lutheran Church, ofii ci.itmg. Interment will be in Chest nut Hill Cemetery. Masons Meet Tomorrow. Members of King Solomon .~*.,,. F. A. M., will meet nt 1:15 o'cloc tomorrow afternoon nt the lodg rooms to honor the memory of member, Attorney E. C. Higbcc. WALTER ABEL- FRIEDA INESCORT NEIL HAMILTON · H E A T H E R A N G E L RUTH D O N N E L L Y - B A R B A R A PEPPER KXTRA! EXTRA!! EXTRA!!! BING CROSBY World's Favorite Singer "BILLBOARD GIRL" Twenty minutes of Fun and Music With Bing! Also latest World Nc CONNELLSVILLE'S BCST Today and Tomorrow ATRIUMPH OF SCREEN ARTISTRY!! ADVENTURE WITH "TRIGGER BILL!" In a spectacular romanc*ofthtwlt£ "Vivo Villq Ing put thrill. foofuribg VIRGINIA BRUCE DENNIS O'KEEFE --rius-- JIMMY FIDLER^ PARADE --HJJG1XMXG 1VKJ)XESI)AY-- Bar Association, Codrfs Pay Tribute To Attorney Higbee Continued from Page One. n behalf of Colegrove and they may Continued from Page One. ic presented to State Chairman the younger lawyers he found genu- lavid L. Lawrence. , jne plcasurc . His g oing i caves in Lawrence iand U. S. Senator Joseph | this court a void that none can fill. JufTcy appeared to be the outstand- But his memory will linger longer, ng prospects for the gubernatorial I "Beyond the confines of our lomination. Either one probably j county he was our best known vould step aside for the other at the i lawyer and the records of State and ropcr time, if the Lewis-Kennedy' Federal courts will forever be a lurdle can be taken with poise. | memorial to his success as a lawyer. Eastern leaders were supporting "His record now is closed, the Philadelphia City Treasurer Luther! veidict scaled. I respectfully suggest A. Harr for the post, but he will lave difficulty landing so long as jovernor George Hi Earlc remains he choice for the senatorial nomina- ion. The ticket must bo balanced geographically, and Earle is from 'hiladclphin. In an effort to stifle some of the criticism of his political activities, Lewis issued n statement in Philadelphia, contending that he was only 'an invited suest" at the conferences "md that his function "is merely to nterprct the policies and objectives of labor." that the several courts of this county now adjourn as a mark of respect to the memory of Edward Carter Hig- Bcfore adjourning court President Judge Harry A. Cottom, speaking Bremen's Banquet Scheduled Tuesday Annual banquet of the New Haven Hose Company and Firemen's Band will be held Tuesday evening in the diningroom of the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church. Covers will be laid for approximately 150. There will be an extemporaneous program of speaking and music by the band, according to Fire Chief William E. DeBolt who is chairman of the committee on arrangements. Fayettc county judges and city officials will be guests of the firemen. for himself and fellow members of the bench, said in part: t "Edward Carter Higbet was recognized as one of the great leaders of this bar. He last appeared in this court before Judge Dumbauld in a case in which he was giving the county voluntarily of his time and talents. "Edward Carter Higbee was first my neighbor, then in turn my teacher, counsel, employe and my roommate, the latter when we attended Waynesburg College together. 'He was a member of the committee that examined me for admittance to this bar. "The sympathy of myself and this court is extended to members of Mr. Higbee's family." Hospital Patients. Mrs. Agnes Wyman of McCormick avenue. Mrs. Frances Minor of Con- ncllsvillc, R. D. 1, Mrs. Marie Poolc of Whitsctt, Mrs. Marjorie Piper of Dickcrson Run and Betty Jean Bates of Pine street. South Conncllsvillc, have been admitted to Conncllsvillc State Hospital for treatment. Girl Born to RIorduis. A daughter was born Friday at Uniontown Hobpital to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Riordan of Uniontown. The new arrival, the third child and second daughter in the family, weighed eight pounds. The father is indictment clerk in the office of District Attorney James A. Reilly. To Address Uniontown KKvanls. Attorney William H. Soisson of 'p Connellsville, a first lieutenant in the - 394th Infantry, will address the Uniontown Kiwanis Club at its noon luncheon Thursday, using as his theme "The Taxpayer's Dollar in the National Defense." IN AN HOUR OF GRIEF Our duty is to lighten your burden o£ all extra cares and worries. You can trust us to conduct a beautiful, dignified service . . . at any price -you wieh to pay. WM. A. McNANAMY FUXEBAT, DIRECTOR 14.".Xo. Gnllnfin Ave. Phone 373. Uniontown, Pa. 'o Extra. Charge for Services In Your Community! THE NEW SOISSON THEATRE Today o Tomorrow o Wednesday SOUTH SEA ADVENTURE CALLS to the island paradise where nakire's anger and trie law's vengeance struck at 'the fleeing lovers .. magnificent drama hem the authors of "Mutiny on the W l J , DOROTHY UMOUR. J O N M A L I MARY ASTOR C. A U B R E Y SMITH THOMAS MITCHEU RAYMOND MASSEY D,r.H) fc, JOHN FORD br Oudl«r Nithoh ftttiaitcf Idru UNirfD AHMSIS O Comedy . ®News O Selected Shorts Coming Saturday;--"The Buccaneer"

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