The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 8, 1939 · Page 3
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March 8, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH S, 1!)3H. THE DAILY COTJTlIEn, CONNELLSVILLTS, PA. THJEUSat LOOKING B A C K W A R D FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1889 Detailed report of the ConnellsvUle coke trade for week ending February 9, shows a total o£ 13,981 ovens in the region o£ which 12,441 are in blast and 1.540 idle with a total estimated production ol 104,573 tons. Engineer Haggerty and Fireman Will Koenan are injured in a wreck on the Baltimore Ohio Railroad at AmyviUe. Thomas Doyle, a miner, is killed when he falls 50 feet down a shaft Cottom of Da\yson, is recommended by Senator Penrose for appointment to West Point. Dr. A. S. Sherrick, 56 years old, physician o£ Alvevton, is killed by a trolley car near his home. Patrick J. McArdle, 39 years old, a former resident of Morgan Station, dies in Akron, Ohio, of pneumonia. Mrs. Anna Buttermorc, 35, wife of Benjamin N. Buttermore of near Reagantown, dies at the Mount Pleasant Hospital. at West Newton. K-ev. Irwin R. Fletcher, Bullskin The Baltimore Ohio Railroad [ township teacher, is assigned to the Company is experimenting with pastorate of the Church of the Breth- steam heat looking to abandonment of the deadly car stoves. Marriage licenses are issued in Uniontown as*follows: William Haney and Jennie M. Boyd- o£ Broad Ford, William L. Darr and Elizabeth May Hatfield of Conncllsville and Morris Allison and Mary Crawford of Uniontown. John J. Seneft succeeds J. M. West as agent of the Southwest Natural Gas Company here. Friday evening, March 1, is announced as the date for the second annual ball of the Connellsville Social Club, which will be held in Newcomer's Hall. Fred Martin, flagman on the Op- possum Run shifter, has his hand crushed while coupling cars at Trotter. The Connellsville Division No. 50, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, will be held February 22. The committee on arrangements is composed of George N. Robin, R. W. Moore, H. Rickelman, J. E. Zimmerman, H. M. Kephai't, IV. A. Oliver, E. Bryar and J. F. Haggerty. The following officers of Division No. 82, Uniformed Hank of the Knights of Pythias, are installed by Sir Lieutenant W. S. Yard; Sir Knight Captain H. C. McCormick; first lieutenant, W. A. Snider; treasurer, T. W. Morris; guard, J. L. Armsey; sentinel, J. G. Wasmuth. ren Mission on the West Side. Mrs. Ralph Morrison of South Connellsville suffers a fracture of the skull when struck by a train at Ohiopyle. second annual reception of FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1839 Detailed report of the ConnellsvJlle coke trade for the week ending February 3, shows a total ol 18,643 ovens in the. region, of which 15,999 are in blast and 2,644 idle, with a total estimated production of 167,136 tons. Connellsville soldiers with the Tenth Regiment in the Philippines undergo their second baptism of fire and suffer casualties of two killed and seven wounded. The dead are Corporal Jacob Landis, Company C, Uniontown; Private B. Rockwell of Company C, Uniontown. The wounded are Major Everhart Bierer ol Uniontown, Second Lieutenant Albert J. Buttermore ol ConnellsvJlle, Sergeant Joseph H. Shibler of Washington, Private Hiram Conger, also of Washington, Private Edward C. Caldwell and Private W. E. DeBolt of Connellsville. Council votes a franchise to Postal Telegraph and Cable Company. William Loraw, Baltimore Ohio brakeman, has his head crushed while making a coupling in the yard. J. C. McFadden is appointed store manager for the South Connellsville Merchandise Supply Company. Marriage licenses are issued in Uniontown as follows: Charles L. Richter and Levda Huety of Bullskin township, John W. Richards of Morgantown, W. Va., and Eliza J. Marshall of Flatwoods, and Howard C. Anderson o£ Dunbar and Sarah A. Martin of Dunbar township. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1929 Detailed report of the Connellsvilie coke trade for the week ending February 16, 1920 shows a total of 25,878 ovens in the region, ol which 4,762 are in blast and 21,116 idle, with a total estimated production of 60,380 tons. · John Opperman is killed under a fall of Slate at the H. C. Frick mine at Grindstone. Nine men are undergoing treatment at the Connellsville State Hospital and 12 others are treated at the emergency hospital of the American Sheet and Tin Plate Company at Scottdale as the result of carbon monoxide gas poisoning. Two hundred fifty members and guests of the Lincoln Club observe Lincoln's birthday with a banquet, j Carl T. Anstine wins intelligence i contest and William F, Brooks is sec- j or.d at the weekly luncheon of the Rotary Club. Fred S. Opperman is named collector of county taxes in Connellsville. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller, lifelong residents of fndian Head, observe their golden wedding anniversary. Captain Edmund Dunn, 89 years old, Civil War veteran, dies following brief illness. Hundreds attend the funeral service. Railroads to Have $90 Tours to Both Fairs NEWS OF DAY AT OHIOPYLE One of the possible "srrand circle" combinations. A. "grand circle" tour, touching both the New York and San Francisco world's fairs and the scenic wonders in between, will be avnilnble to Americans this summer for $90 coach fare. First-class tickets w i l l be available for $135, plus the regular Pullman Jare from the home town. (Central Press) Somerset Man Slain, Coroner's Jury Says SOMERSET, Mar. 8.--A coroner's jury decided at Stoycstown Ihnt Ttfike Lorence, 55-year-old crippled miner who was found \yilh his throat slnsh- cc'. a wecck ago, met dcnth "at the hands of a person or persons unknown." The verdict was reached after Mike Polish, with whom Lorence. 1'onrded, testified that a razor f o u n d ! near the body on an abandoned coun- j try road near Stoyestown did not belong to Lorence. j ' Witnesses testified earlier that i Corcnce "always carried a razor, had | been despondent and threatened to ! take his l:£e. politics will bo followed by Pope Pius XII in spite of his personal firendship with President and Postmaster Genera! James A. Farley, it was learned authoritatively. Pope to Avoid Politics. VATICAN CITY, Mar. 8.--A strict i "hands-off" policy toward American · Britons Get Reminders. LONDON, Mar. 8.--Bits of stone from buildings in the square mile I called the "City of London" have been j sent out to distant parts of the empire to people who desire a visible reminder of home. 1 Special to The Courier. OHIOPYLE, -Mar. 8.--Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Thorpe o£ Pittsburgh visitcc, Mr. Thorpe's mother, Mrs. Jane .(Thorpe in Commercial street last week. Andrew Burnworth of Clearfield is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Burnworth. He was called home by the illness of his father. Mrs. Frank Shoemaker is a patient in Connellsville State Hospital at Connellsviile. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Rafferty and children, Shirley and Fred, Jr., and George Rafferty of Yotmgwood visited Saturday with Mrs. Elizabeth RaJTerty. Mr. and Mrs. George Silbaugh of Hopwood visited Sunday with Mrs. Silbaugh's mother, Mrs. Lida Stuck. Mr, and Mrs. Ethelbert' Thomas and Mrs. Clara Vaughn returned home Friday after a three-month stay in Florida. Mrs. Lydia Collins, who accompanied them to Florida, will remain there for some time yet. The Home Economics Club met at the home of Mrs. F. S. Wortman Monday with Miss Anderson, home economic instructor, and Mrs. Anna Holt, president, in charge. William G. Corristan is reported quite poorly at his home in Commercial street. Prayer meeting will be hejd in the Baptist Church Thursday evening. Mrs. T. M. Mitchell will entertain the women of the Baptist Mission Circle at her home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Welsh of New Salem spent the week-end at their home here. Mrs. Jennie Coffin of Uniontown was a guest Monday afternoon ol the Home Economics Club' when it rr.el with her parents, Hev. and Mrs. F. S. Wortman in Sherman street. Mrs. Coffin entertained with music and songs. Mrs. CaH Lewis will entertain the next meeting of the Home Economics Club at her home Monday afternoon, April 3. W .A. Wallace and Walter Staup were caliers in Connellsville Tuesday. CHEST COLDS Here's Quick Relief from ,, Their DISTRESS! * The annoying discomforts of a cold in chest or throat, generally ease when soothing, warming Musterole is applied. Better than a mustard plaster, Mus- terole sets action because it's NOT just a salve. It's a "counter-irritant"; stimulating, it; penetrates the surface skin and helps to quickly relieve local congestion. aches and pains due to colds. L'seil by millions for 30 years. Recommended by many doctors and nurses. In three strengths: Regular, Children's (mild) and Extra Strong, 40t Approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1?09 Detailed report for the Connellsville coke trade for the week ending February 6, shows a total of 38,111 ovens in the region, of which 24,112 are in blast and 13,999 idle, with a total estimated production of 262,150 tons. A mass meeting is held in the Slavish Hall, New Haven, to discuss consolidation with Connellsville. The wedding of Miss Christine Sneddon, daughter-of Mrs^ Sneddon of New Haven, and Carl Grant of .Toilet, 111., is solemnized in the home oJ the bride in Main street by Hev. B. Frank White, pasto- of the United Presbyterian Church. Miss Carrie McFarland of Vanderbilt and Earl Ober of Dawson are married by Rev. H. M. Carnahan of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Dawson. The Fricksonian Literary Society carries off honors at the third annual literary contest with the Leisenonian Society School. The Second National Bank building is Hearing completion. Citizens of Connellsville and New Haven vote in favor of consolidation by a majority of 1,228 at a special! election. I J. L. Evans, Republican candidate, is elected first burgess of Greater Connellsville over J. W. Buttermore, Democrat, by a plurality of 122. at Dunbar Township High Girl Refuses to Testify, Married Man Is Acquitted UNIONTOWN, Mar. 8.--When Betty Gray, 14, of New Geneva, alleged b y county officers to have held a two-day "love tryste" last November with a married man of that community, refused to testify against O'Neil Stammler, 28, Judge Harry A. Cottom ordered his acquittal Monday afternoon. County officers arrested the man after the school girl allegedly told them she and Stammler had driven "around the countryside" for two days last fall. She gave a statement to police and before a squire, it v-'as said. When the case was called for trial before the court,, she declined, it was reported, -whereupon the jurist ordered an acquittal verdict. Second Annual Goodwili Dinner Monday, March 20 UNIONTOWN, Mar. 8. -- Second annual goodwill dinner, sponsored by men of Temple Israel, will be held Monday night, March 20, in White Swan Hotel. There will be three outstanding speakers. Representing the Jewish faith will be Rabbi Edward L. Israel of Baltimore; Catholic, Hev. Dr. James F. Carroll, vice-president of Duquesne University, and Protestant, Hev. Herman Hunton Will, pastor of Uniontown Lutheran Church. Three Automobiles Damaged in Mishap UNIONTOWN, Mar. 8.--Drivers of three automobiles escaped serious injury Monday evening when :.neir cars figured in an odd accident lit the intersection of the Outcrop road and Route 119, two miles south of Un- idntown. .Cars were operated by Donald R. Reese, 28, of Smithfleld; Jacob Core, 23, of Outcrop, and Howard Johnson, 29, of near Fairmont, W. V*. Damage to the three w,--.»- placed at $200. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1919 Detailed report of the Connellsville coke trade for the week ending February 8 shows a total of 36,709 ovens in the region, of which 25,386 are in blast and 11,323 idle, with a total estimated production of 225,786 tons. Clarence T. Hooper, 27 years old, druggist of Connellsville and Ferry- opolis, dies of heart disease. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hooper. Lockjaw, resulting from burns, causes death of James W. King, eight- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred King of South Connellsville. Harold Cottom, son of Dr. J. R. DO FRIENDS SAY THESE TH1MGS ABOUT YOU? He is losing his grip. He always seems all Jn. He has no ambition. He seems nervous all thb time. If so check up and find out haw you stand in regard to constipation. The laxative nid of the famous World's Tonic is intended to help in these conditions. 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