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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNTHjIiSVILLE!, PA. PERSONAL MENTI6N Paul F. Cohen o£ Lancaster, Ohio, i spent the week-end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cohen in North First street, \Vcst Side. | Card partv, "500" and otner games, Monday night. March 6, S:30, Elks I Hall. Li(nd, piizes. Auspices, Friendship Temple No. 25, Pythian Sisters. Admission 23c.--Advertise- ment.--4mar-2l Mrs. W. C. Michael, manager ot the millinery department of Troutman's store, was in Pittsburgh today on business. The Lf.dict,' Auxiliary to South Conncllsvillc F.rcmen will hold a card party tonight, 8:30 promptly, in Firemen's Rooms. Lunch. Admission 25c.--Advertisement.--6mar-lt. Mr. and Mis. H. E. Fiegal ol Johnstown were guest? o£ their son- in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs E. A. Schultz, of Lincoln avenue over Sunday. Ladies spimg coats or jacket suits, dry cleaned and pressed, 49c. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners,.--Advertise- ment.--6mar-5t. Mrs. L. I. Kreinbrook, daughters Elizabeth 'ard Evangeline. of Ridgeview were choppers in Conncllsvillo Saturday. 40 Spring jacket and swagger suits, special, S4.95. Princess Shop. . --Advertisement.--Smar-H. Mrs. R. O. Arisen, who was called heie over a week ago by the death of her mother, Mrs. Eila Cooke, returned to her home at Jerome Sunday. Her brother, Clarence Cooke, accompanied her and returned home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook and son. Billy, Mrs. Thomas Duncan and daughter, Shirley, of Uniontown were guests o£ Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Turancy of Dawson Sunday. W. L. Lewis, Jr.. of East Crawford avenue attended the swimming meet at Slippery Rock Saturday. Frank Papson and daughter, Miss Frances, of Bridgeport, Conn., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. John A. Shuts}', ot Brookvale. Mr. and Mrs. James J. Driscoll returned to their home in Sycamore street Sunday afternoon after a six- week motor trip through Florida. A. J. Michaelowski of Altoona spent the week-er.d with his-parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Michaelowski, bl Snyder street. Misses Betty · and Marguerite ' Dixon, stuJents at So ton Hill College, Greensburg, spent the week-end at their home in Aetna street.' -" Dr. and Mrs. Fred Norton of Belle Vernon spent the week-end with the letter's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. R. Smith Patterson, of Brookvale. Dr. and Mrs. Norton just returned from a two-week wedding trip to Florida. They traveled by motor. Mrs. Norton ·will be remembered as Miss Helen Cooke Patterson. John Woods and Robert Harbaugh left this morning for Grove City to visit friends for a few days. Bob White and Miss Laverne Stokes of Clairton visited friends here Sunday. Jay Gordon of South street was a Greensburg caller Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Johnson of Pittsburgh visited Mr. Johnson'? '· L-other-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Able Peterson, of Beech street Sunday. Herman Welsh, Fred Barnhart and Donald Mielke, all of this place, spent Sunday in Braddock visiting friends. Robert Vanhoy, Earl Reed, Robert Aunt Het By ROBER'l GUILLEN V "They make a lot o' reform laws (o beat around the bush, but all it amounts to is lakin' tiom them , that's got it and givin' it to them that ain't." | A, L Krissinger Hew Westmoreland Road Engineer GREENSBURG, May. 0.--A. L. Krisbinger, county load eng neer who lives on a f,urn along the Lincoln highway, east of here, and who formerly was located at. Scoltdnlc, has been named maintenance superintendent of the State Department of Highways in Westmoreland counly, succeeding B K. Ilcbrnnk of Greensburg. Krissinger. who takes over the duties next Wednesday, had started working Tor the highway department in the county in 1913 as d foieman. He held vaiious posts in construction work before and afler serving in the Army and from 1921 to 1024 held the position as superintendent of construction for the late J. I. Dick, contractor of Scotldalc. THE GRIM REAPER MRS. CARRIE S. ROBERTS Mis. Cai-iic Schnvcr Roberts, 7G Society News With Mrs. A. E. Hartley. The Octette Bridge Club met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. A. E. Hartley in Crawford avenue. Two tables were called into play for the games. Mi". Edgar Miimmert won high prize and Miss Barbara Brooks second. Miss Louise Spence received the traveling prize. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Brooks, 103 Morton avenue. Phalanx-Gradale Meeting Called Off Because of illness of Dr. H. Wallace Brcwster, head o± the Ponn State Center in Uniontown, the joint meeting of Phalanx, Gradate and the board of managers of the Y. M. C. A. scheduled for tonight as a pait of the Elks Americanism Week program been called oil. Dr. Brcwster was to have been the speaker. In announcing the cancellation of the meeting, General Secretary R. J. Medcalf of the Y. M. C. A. said he loped to arrange for the appearance of Dr. Brewsler at a later date. O. R. C. Auxiliary to BIcct. The regular meeting of Coke Region Division, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Order of Railway Conductors, will be held at 1:30 o'clock Tuesda'y afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. Meeting: Announced. Athens Temple, Pythian Sisters, will meet Tuesday evening at Elks Home. The time is 7:30. Dawson \V. C. T. U. Tuesday. Dawson Woman's · Christian Temperance Union will hold its March meeting at 7:30 o'clock-Tuesday evening -at the-home of Miss Margaret Herbert on Bridge "street, Dawson. Plans will be' made - for the group institute to be he\d -in Perryopolis March 24 and for the coming of the State worker,. Miss May Jackson, An interesting miscellaneous program will be given. Kennedy Workers to Meet. Kennedy-GufTey " workers:. w i l l meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the outer district ·attorney's office of,the courthouse at Uniontown. . ' ' EGG MARKETING COMMITTEE WILL MEET TONIGHT A meeting ol the executive committee of the Fayette County Egg Marketing Association will be held at 8 o'clock tonight at the office of Attorney W. Don Higbce in the Title Trust Bank Building. The association hopes to begin activity about April 1. Already 30 farmers have signified their desire to cooperate with the program. This group own approximately ~0,000 chickens. ' years old, died at 11:45 o'clock Sun| day night at her home at Vanderbilt after a week's illncsss of pneumonia. One of the outstanding women residents of the Tii-Town Community, she was the widow of Dr. George B. ! Roberts, for many years president of the Fayette County School Directors Association, who/preceded her in death Novemoer 11,11931. Mrs. Robeits was| born in Greene county, near Waymjsburg, on January 7, 1863, the daughter o£ tne late Jacob and Sarah Schrivcr. She had been a resident o* Vanderbilt for the past 42 years. She is survived by one son, J. Earlc Roberts of Point Marion, super%'ising principal of tile Point Marion and Spnnghill township schools; two grandsons, George and Joseph Roberts of Point Marion, and two sisters, Mrs. Agnes Kent of Point Marion and Mrs. Margaret Johns of Kirby, Greene county. Mrs. Robeits was a member of James Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church of Vanderbilt and was a teacher for 30 years in the primary department of the Sunday school. For years she had been a member of the Philathea Class and he Ladies Aid Society. She was president and one o£ the outstanding vorkers of the Vanderbilt Woman's 'hnstian Temperance Union and first vice-president of the Fayette County Woman's Christian Temperance Unon. Mrs. Roberts was an active nember of the Saturday Afternoon Club of Vanderbilt. The funeral will be conducted Wednesday afternoon. There will be a prayer at the home at 1 o'clock and the body wilt be taken to the Methodist Episcopal Church at Vanderbilt at 1:30 o'clock where it wall lie in state until 2:30 o'clock, the hour of the service. Rev. J. M. Somers, paslor, will officiate, assisted by Rev. Leonard Hoover of Point Marion. Interment will be made in Sylvan Heights Mausoleum in charge of Funeral Director B. M. Wade. IlEXRY FETTE, SR. Henry Fette, Sr., 81 years old, died the home, 103 Lincoln avenue, at 2.30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon with Hev. L. S. Elliott, pastor of First Methodist Episcopal Church, offi- c:at.ng. Burial will be in Htfl Grove Cemetery in charge of Funeral Dial 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at his i rector Charles; A. McCormick. home, 501 Snyder street, of complications after an illness ot five weeks. Mi. Fette was born at Essen, Germany, March 6, 1858 and came to America 55 years ago, locating in ConnellsviHe. He was employed as a track foreman for 46 years by the H. C. Frick Coke Company and was pensioned at the age of 65. He was a charter member of the Connells- vilie Military Band. He was also a member of the Immaculate Conception Church and the Holy Name Society. He was married in Connollsville to Anna Bansberg- who preceded him in death July 9, 1908. A son, John Fctte, died in France in 1918. He is survived by the following childt en: Mrs. Frank Illig and Anne Jr., Frank, all of Connellsville, and Andrew Fette of Bit- :r. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning with a prayer at the lome at 8:30 o'clock followed by Fctte, at home; Henry, Chris, and Fred Fette, ' Birth of Daughter Announced. A six-pound daughter was born at 1:17 o'clock Sunday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyers of Poplar Grove at the home of Mrs. Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan of Dawson. The baby is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers of Dickerson Run. Mrs. Meyers is the former Miss Gladys Morgan. Bailey o£ Connellsville, celebrant. Interment will be made in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Martin, Kary Knight and Miss Mary Knight, all of tms place, visited friends in Derry over Sunday. George Morello of 123 North Eighth street was a Pittsburgh visitor Suni"-.y. Mrs. Walter Venersky of Pittsburgh was the week-end guest ot her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schomer of East Fairview avenue. Francis Hicks of Pittsburgh spent the day with his mother, Mrs. Frank Hicks. Sued for $10,000. WASHINGTON, Pa., Mar. 6.--A ;uit for $10,000 damages for injuries alleged to have been received in an automobile crash at Charleroi June 2, ast, was filed by Mike and Anna Jozicovich ol Bentleyville against James J. O'Connnell o£ Belle Vernon. 3oth say they were injured and ask $5,000 each. BARCLAY ON B R I D G E By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" - TOO GOOD A MATCH SUPPORT OF YOUR, .trump suit by your partner ia always detJrablo. And if you happen to have two suits of considerable length, It also Is flue to find him with valuable fillers in the side suit But when the suits are not overly long, it Is generally best to have your aids suit and his aide suit non-fitting, as that affords a chance to discard your losers on his suit or his on yours. If side suits of moderate length happen to fit exactly, you can't discard asy of the losers in the other suits. You have too good a match then. · · A A 8 5 V A K Q 9 S A K 10 S 2 K J 7 A 1° 8 6 . . V 10 7 6 3 ' * K S ' * A J 9 4 (Dealer. 'North. East-West vulnerable.) With his very welcomo holding, North bid 1-Heart here and South responded with 2-Clubs. After West called 2-Dlamonds, North was ready for business, knowing that there was a club fit regardless of whether there was-ono in hearts or not. He showed this with the powerful call of the opponents' suit, 3-Dlaniond3. South thereupon showed his heart fit at S-Hearts, then North his club fit at 4-Clubs, whereupon South bid 4-Hearts to let his partner know he ' had a really substantial fit By now North should have been warned that there was very slight likelihood ho would find a. place to get rid of his spade loaers. He went on unheeding, however, and hopped to 6-Hearts. He lost two spade tricks and ono diamond trick, being down two. Had his partner's side suit been spades, there might have been a better chance to get rid of somo losers. A bit of study win show that clubs would have been a better contract than hearts by one trick, as with that suit as trump, a. spade loser could have been thrown on the heart suit. It is the old principle that a suit evenly divided between the two hands makes a better trump because the unbalanced sido one will furnish one or more discards. Tuesday's Problem. « A a s V 6 « K 10 8 7 6 * K 8 5 2 (Dealer: North. Both sides vulnerable.) If West bids 1-Spade, North 2- Diamonds, East 2-No trump, West S-Spades and Bast 3-No trump on this deal, why Is a diamond lead more likely to be effective than a heart lead. - * t 193A by Kioc Pttturej Syndlcile. Inc. SEE--Cecil B. DcMillc's "KING of KINGS" World's Greatest Motion Picture Costing 52,500,000 1,000 Scenes -- 5,000 Tcople -- 'JLVo-Hcmr Exhibit This great epoch-making;, unrivaled film production amazes and charms the world--turning away 500 in one night. Exhibited Every Kislit at 7:30 O'clock ("Wednesday at 8:40 P. 31.) FIRST CHURCH of U3TITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST ConiieJlsTille, Pcunsylviinia Monday, Feb. 27 to Saturday March '11, Inclusive (Excluding Sunday) Theie is no admission charge. Come one, come all. Everybody welcome. A free-will offering taken after seeing picture. Sponsored By Christian Expansion Organization--Non-sectarian SIRS. NANCJT PEPPEKELL Mrs. Nancy Pepperell, 59 years old, widow of Frank Pepperell, died after a lingering illness at her home, 148 North Tnird street, at 1:05 o'clock this morning. Mrs. Pepperell was born in Italy August 15, 1880, and for the past 26 years had resided at her home on the West Side. Shs was a member of St. Rita Church and was an active member of Our Lady of Mt. Carme] Sodality. She is survived by seven children: Mrs. Mary Rivosecchi, Mrs. Josephine Lewis, Mrs. Margaret Paduone Charles Pepperell and Anthony Pepperell, all of Connellsville, and Mrs Elizabeth Pcrella and Frank Pepperell of Cleveland. She also leaves two brothers and two sisters: Mrs Marlon Vanchari, John Russo anc Anthony. Russo, all of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Caroline Giannini of New York There are 15 grandchildren. The funeral will be held Thursday Firemen to Meet Tuesday. The regular meeting of the South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Department will be held at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night. Important business to be transacted and all members are urged to attend. Daughter Born to DeMarcos. Mr. and Mrs. Philip DeMarco announce the birth of a nine-pound daughter, Frances Marie, at 5 o'clock Sunday morning at their home, 103 Watt street. There are now two girls in the family. Mrs. DeMarco is the former Miss Mary Vellucci. Heads Bible Conference. Rev. Will Shumaker of Dunbar distributed Christian literature and conducted a Bible conference at Shinnstown, "W. Va., from February 26 to March 2. First Electrical Storm. First electrical storm of the year swept Fayette county, being accompanied by a heavy downpour of rain, Sunday night. Fire Destroys Barn. A large barn and its contents on the General Leckrone farm at Woodside was destroyed by fire Friday. Will Meet Tonight. A meeting- of Joseph W. Lewis Post will be held tonight at\ the Union Baptist Church. MRS. BESSIE M. SMITH Mrs. Bessie M. Smith, 64 years old, died /at 2:17 o'clock Saturday afternoon' at Connellsville State Hospital alter a prolonged illness. She wa's born at Elizabeth Furnace, Pa., March 5, 1874, a daughter of the late John B. and Sarah Rice. She was the widow of Oliver A. Smith and had been a resident of Connellsville for the past 47 years. She was a member of the Methodist Protestant Church. Surviving are two sons, John C. Coughenour of Connellsville and Harry J. Coughenour of Cumberland, and an adopted daughter, Mrs. Ida M. Wiseman of Connellsville. There are five grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the residence of her son, John Coughenour, 105 Robbins street, with Rev. A. H. Mansberser, pastor of the Methodist Protestant Church, officiating. Burial will be made in Hill requiem high mass at Immaculate rj rO ve Cemetery in charge of Fun- Conception Church with Rev. F. J. I era i Director Clyde B. Brooks of THOMAS ELMER KEAM CONFLUENCE, Mjr. 6.--Thomas Elmer Ream, 18 years old, died Friday, in Harper Hospital, Detroit. Mich ,. where he had been a patient after an appendicitis operation for he past 14 weeks. He v.-as born in Hockwood March 7, 1919, the son of the late J. L. Heam and Mrs. Grace Shipley Ream. His parents located here when he was about two years of age and he spent practically all his lifetime here. He attended the Confluence public schools and the Confluence High School and was a member of the graduating class of 1936. He attended Cathermaa's Business College in Cumberland, Md., and later when his mother located m Detroit, he attended the Business Institute of Detroit. After his graduation there he was employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Grace Shipley Ream. The body was brought here by train and taken to the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Emma Shipley, Sunday. The funeral service will be held in the home Tuesday, March 7, at 2 o'clock in charge of Rev. H. Knoell, pastor of the Christian Church. Interment will be in the Baptist Cemetery. Ind.an Head. MCLAUGHLIN FU?ERAL The funeral service of Mrs. Ethel Work McLaughlan, wife of Frank McLaughlin o£ near Leisenring No. 3, will be held at the home at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon with Her. J. D. Stillwagon, pastor of Summit Methodist Protestant Church, officiating. Burial will be made in Laurel Hill Cemetery in charge of -Funeral Director John J. Spishak. In addition to other survivors, Mrs. McLaughlin leaves her father, Davis Work, and a sister, Mrs. Earl Beatty, both of neor Leisenring. MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1930. High Sdiool Choirs To Compete in Couniy Contesls This Month PITTSBURGH, Mar. 6.--Hundreds of Pennsylvania high school choirs . of mixed voices will enter moro-tlisn 60 county contests during March and early April to compete for county honors, according to announcement from the extension division of the University of Pittsburgh. The'mixed chorus -contests are an event of the Pennsylvania Forensic and Music League,' State-wide organization of, Pennsylvania high schools, now in its 12lh year. There are 46 other music events and seven speech events. The league is administered by the University of Pittsburgh. First place winners hi the county contests qualify for nine district meets. These wll be held at Franklin, Clarion, Greensburg, California, Lock Haven, State College, Wilkes- Barre, Northampton, and Upper Darby in mid-April. Those choruses -·*· which receive first honqrs in the ic- spective district contests qualify for the 12th annual State meeting at Norristown April 28 and 29. Previous State contests have been held at Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, AHoona, Sunbury, Johnstown, Oil City, Pottsville and Grove City. Each mixed chorus will sing two numbers, the required test music and a selected number during a time lim- TirEODORE SWANK, JTK. SCOTTDALE, Mar. 6.--Theodore W. D. Swank, Jr., seven months old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. D. Jwank of Kingview, died at 6 o'clock Sunday evening at his home after a ihort illness. The Swanks were former residents of Bridgeport. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the lome. Interment will be in Greenick Cemetery. MRS. LUCINDA THOBIPSOV Mrs. Lucinda Thompson, 86 years old, died at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Dunham, at Star Junction, after an illness of about four months. She was tha widow of William Thompson and had resided at Star Junction for many years. She leaves two sons and 'three daughters: William of Cumberland, morning with a prayer at the home I Md., Emmett of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. at 8:30 o'clock followed- by requiem high mass at St. Rita Church at 9 o'clock with Rev. Henry DeVivo, pastor, celebrant. Burial will be made in St. Joseph's Cemetery. MRS. ISABELL P. OVERLY Mrs. Isabel! Phillippi Overly died at 5:40 o'clock Saturday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ray Stairs, in Kecksburg. She was 88 years, seven months and 22 days old. Surviving arc the following children: Jessie Overly, Mount Pleasant; Mrs. Ray Stairs, Kecksburg; Mrs. Dorse Morrison, Mount Pleasant; Mrs. Edward Hoyle, Youngwood, and Mrs. Fred Stein, Lycippus. Also surviving are 26 grandchildren, 31 great- grandchildren and two great-great- gran'dchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the Church of God, Kecksburg, in charge of Rev. F. F. Miller, pastor. Interment will be in Mount Joy Cemetery near Mount Pleasant. 'oseph, Patterson of Vanderfaiit, Mrs. Javid Herwick of Connellsville and VJrs. Dunham. There are also 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the lome with Rev. Fred Fink, pastor of tie Perryopolis Christian Church, of- iciating. Interment will be made in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. MRS. ALBERTA CARTS Mrs. Alberta Carts, widow of Jacob Carts, died Saturday at her home at 314 Comrie street, Braddock. A funeral service will be held at 8 o'clock tonight at the home. Interment will be made Tuesday at Meyersdale. MRS. ANNA HOWELL Mrs. Anna Howell, 72 years old, wife of Fern Howell, died Friday night at her home in East National pike, near Uniontown. Ends Today TUESDAY, WED51SDAY, THURSDAY THE 'TELL-ALL' SENSATION OF THE SEASON! It Can't Happen Here-Not Even in Alcatraz! MRS. CATHERINE EVANS Mrs. Catherine Sarver Evans, 91 years old, died at J o'clock Sunday morning at ConnellsviUe State Hos- al. Mrs. Evans Ml and broke her lip at home December 6, 1938, and lad since been at'the Hospital. About a week ago she developed pneumonia which caused her death. She was born in Tyrone township, near Scottdale, February 13, 1848, a daughter oj the late John B., and Eliza Jane Cottom. She was married to David B. Evans, who preceded' her in death December. 26 193 B. She had been a resident ol Connellsville for about 70 years anc was a member of the First Baptist Church. She is survived by three grandchildren: Mrs. C. H. McFarland of ConnellsviUe, Mrs. J. R. McCauley o: Rockwood and Charles H. Evans __ Pittsburgh. There are, two great- grandchildren, Kathryn J. McFarland and John E. McFarland, both ol Connellsville. The funeral service will be held al BROZDOWSKY FCNERAL, The time of the funeral for Miss 'ranees (Broski) Brozdowsky has been changed. There will be a prayer at the home, 302 East Francis avenue, at 9:30 o'clock followed by solemn requiem high mass at 10 o'clock at Holy Trinity Church. Burial will be made in the church cemetery at Poplar Grove. MARY ANTST HAWTHORNE Mary Ann Hawthorne, 91 years old, died Sunday morning at her home at VIcKeesport, The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the lamily home in Federal streei Burial will be in Scottdale Cemetery. Contest music for Class A, "The by Gretchaninoff; it of 12 minutes. 1939 includes: Sherubic Hymn'' Class B, "Let Thy Merciful Ears" by Weelkes; and Class C, "The Elfhorns" by Bullard. Most of the mixed choruses are gowned and alf sing the contest music without accompaniment. Successful Pennsylvania h i g h school mixed choirs which have received first state honors from the League are: Grove City, Peabody (Pittsburgh), Beaver Falls (three times),-Johnstown, Pottsville, JVIead- ville,' New Brighton, Crafton (three times), Mahanoy Township, California, Perkasie, Bellevue (twicer, Dale (three times), McDonald, Kock- wood, Munson, Kams City, Luthcrs- burg and Mansfield. Young G, 0. P. Club Will Meet Tuesday A meeting of the Tri-Town Young Republican Club will be held at 8 o'clock Tuesday night at the Vanderbilt Y. M. C. A. building. Mrs. Joseph Kalbfus Dies. STATE COLLEGE, March 8.--Mrs. Joseph Kalbfus, widow of Dr. Joseph Kalbfus, first secretary of the Pennsylvania Game Commission, and mother of Admiral E. C. Kalbius, of the U. S. Navy, died at her home here last night. She was 84. RIRS. ANNA C. DAYTON Mrs. Anna Catherine Lyons Dayton, 78 years old, died Sunday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Ora Dayton, o£ Uniontown. She was a sister of-Mrs. Martha Milliron of Mount Pleasant. Mrs. Laura Sickles AnseH, 35 years old, died Sunday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Sickles', of Revere. She was the wife of Warren Sickles. MRS. ETHEL K. EASTER Mrs. Ethel Ruth Easter, daughter of Mrs. Bessie Benner of near Braznell, died Saturday at the Brownsville General Hospital. MRS. NANCY M. KNIGHT Mrs. Nancy Mae Knight, 72 years old, died Friday night at her home at Brownsville after a three weeks' illness. MRS. SUSAN WALKER Mrs. Susan Walker, 78 years old, died Saturday afternoon at her home at Oliphant after a lingering illness. JOHN NIGJMNY John Nigriny, 62 years old, died Saturday night at his home at Un- iontowji after a lingering illness. THOMAS SU..VESTRI Thomas Silvestri, SS years old, well-known shoe rebuilder of Uniontown, died Saturday at the Uniontown Hospital. He was ill of complications for three weeks. MRS. LACRA S. 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