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February 23, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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, PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1938. PERSONAL MENTION Mr. and Mrs. Don Thompson of El Paso, Tex., left this morning nf'cr a visit with Mrs. Thompson's sister, Mrs. enneth A. Reid, of Reidmorc bince Sunday. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. Mrs. Laura Hcrwick of Stcwarton ·was a Conncllsville shopper oday. Bargain days every day here! Adorable spring frocks, size 1 ; up to 60, S1.89. Princess Shop.--Adver- tlfcmcnt.--23fcb-3t. Front McCormick ot Rahway, N. J., visited friends here Tuesday. Rummage sale, First M, E, Church basement, Saturday, Fcbrua'-y 26th, 10 o'clock A,_M. Anyone having donations, leave at church ,or.call;702-J. --Advertisement.--23fcb-3t. _Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Eisenhower and children. Earl D. Jr., and Kay; vUited Mrs. Eisenhower's aunt, Mrsr Charlcs Gray in Isabella road, and friends h"re Tuesday afternoon. ., Cafeteria, Christian Church, Thursday, 11:30 to 1:00 and 5:00 to 7:00.-- Advertisement.--23feb-lt. ' " . Mrs. Harry Vanstone of Chestnut J street who is a patient at the Con- I ncllsville State Hospital, is slightly improved. ' Spring coats and plain dresses, ' dry cleaned and pressed, 49c. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- | mcnt--23fcb-2t.^ j Olan DePolo of Uniontown was a ' Connellsville caller Tuesday. Mrs. J. Kirk Renner of West Fay- ctte street and sister, Mrs. Russell Backus of Cleveland, Ohio, who has been visiting at the Renner home, left Monday for Hazclton where they were called by .the death of their uncle, Frank Taylor. . Rev.-V. P. Brennan of Tarentum accompanied by his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dunlap of Castle Shannon, visited Rev. Brcnnan's grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Mooney at Scottdalc Sunday evening. Mrs. Mooney, who has been seriously ill, . is recovering. Max Rackoff of New Kensington was here on business this afternoon. Mrs. E: F. FitzGerald is ill at her home in Vinc v strcet. Dr. and Mrs. William Cooley of Peoria, 111., were guests ot Miss Gertrude Lindsay of South Pittsburg street. Monday. They stopped here cnroute to Boston, Mass., where Dr. Cooley will enter upon a six months' interncship in a hospital. .Dr. Cooley is a cousin of Miss Lindsay. ' ; " Aunt'Met By ROBERT QU1LLEN "it don't take much to satisfy a woman. All she wants is love and a home that don't make her ashamed when the neighbors call." Grim Reaper KNOX URGES G. O. P. ALTER FINANCE PLAN evival Services Phalanx District At Gospel Tabernacle Conference Will Be Held Here Sunday Alpha and Beta chapters of the Phalanx Fraternity will be hosts Revival services .ire being conducted by Evangelist M. E. Mooic of Baltimore at the Alliance Gospel Tabernacle at 108 Porter avenue. . . . . . . Mrs. Moore is of the type who be- | Sutday, February 27, at the Y. M. C. lieves in preaching the old-time j A. j to approximately a hundred gospel. "The gospel," she says, "is young men, representing the South- tlie only remedy for sin. Jesus Christ! west district of Phalanx. The con- is the same yesterday, today and for- I ferf'nce will be held in the aftcr- evcr." She claims to have experi-! neon. cnccd a marvelous healing and will speak on "God's Way ot Healing." She suggests the sick be broufjht Fri- d.iy evening -\\hen she will give her own testimony of healing. Tonight's topic is "God's Equipment for War." All arc invited. MRS. SARAH B. CHALFANT Mrs. Sarah B. Chalfant, ,77 years old, for the past 36 years a prominent resident of Brownsville and a native of Dunbar township, died at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning at her home at Broad and High streets, Brownsville, after an illness of several months. Mrs. Chalfant, the daughter of John and Sarah Work, pioneer residents of Fayetle county, was born at Sandy Hollow, Dunbar township, November 30, 1861. She was married October 30, 1890, to James A. Chalfant who preceded her in death 22 years ago. A lifelong member of the Presbyterian Church, she was active in church, civic and charitable affairs at Brownsville. For many years she was a member of the Missionary Society of her church and of the Brownsville Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Mrs. Challant .is survived by a daughter, Miss Helen Chalfant, at home, and one sister, Mrs. Clara Nicholson of Laurel Hill. The late Judge J. C. Work of Uniontown was a brother. , ..The/ funeral" service will bo held Thursday afternoon'at 2 o'clock at the home at Broad and High streets, BrownsvJle, in charge of her pastor. Rev. Thomas DeLawrencc. Interment will be made in Laurel Hill Cemetery. and Mrs. Carrie Brant of Ligo:iier, Symei 1 Queer and Mrs. Nettie Knupp of Kreflar, Mrs. Oflir Monccuc of Champion and George Queer of Youngstown. LAWltfiNCr, A. STKKLK Lawrence Abrams Steele. former president of old Brownsville borough council, died Monday night m a Pittsburgh hospital after a lingering illness. A lifelong resident of the Brownsville district, he was a son of the late William C. and Alice A. Steele. He was associated with the old Monongahela National Bank and had served as a Brownsville councilman prior to consolidation. He is survived by his wife and one son. JAMES M. SAYEUS James M. Saycrs, 7C yc.ns old, died Tuesday at Cayahoga Falls, Ohio. He leaves his wife, I*ana, four sons and one daughter. The body will arrive n Conncllsville Friday morning and vill be taken to the funeral chapel if Funeral Director Charles C. Mit- ihell where it will lie in state until Saturday. Interment will be in Mount Olive Cemetery with a brief service at the grave. Continued from Page One. 2,000 individuals who could make $1.000 contributions. This, he'said, would give the party ! a total of $3,000,000 for the prcsi- | dential campaign. The amount | would be adequate, Knox said, if the cost of radio broadcasting were eliminated. In this connection, he suggested that just after Labor Day the election year both great parties be allowed an equal amount of time on the radio without expense. Knox asserted that the feeling that the Republican party "had become . . . the spokesman and defender of entrenched wealth" grew out of the party's source of campaign funds and the system of excessive tariff rates. "It is sheer political suicide for the Republican party to continue to sponsor and support a system of indirect subsidies to industry--which is exactly what a system of excessively high tariff rates is. "We must, of course, continue to support a protective tariff high enough to compensate for the wide difference in wage standards between this country and foreign countries ... but beyond this we should not go." Former Congressman Dies. FRANKLIN, Neb., Feb. 23.--Ashton C. Shallcnberger, 75, former Democratic governor of Nebraska and former congressman, collapsed in the middle of a speech before 1,000 farmer and died a few moments later. He was an outstanding livestock breeder. Service at Louden Home. The Woman's Missionary Society and the Royal Circle Class of the First United Brethren Church will hold a short memorial service for Mrs. E. C. Louden this.evcning at 7 "o'clock at the family home in East "Cedar avenue. JOHN W. RtiTIIERFOKD SCOTTDALE, Feb. 23.--John W. Rutherford. 69_ycars old, died at 2 o'clock this morning at his home at 108 Third avenue after a prolonged illness. He-had been a resident of this community all of his life and formerly was employed as a master mechanic at the Old Meadow plant of the American Sheet Tin Plate Company. He was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church and Marion Lodge No, 562, Free Accepted Masons. Mr. Rutherford is survived by his wife, Margaret R., two daughters and four sons: Mrs. Ruth Kritschgau of Scottdalc, Mrs. J. E. Slaughter of Washington, D. C., John A. of Me- Keesport, James S. of Aruba, Venezuela, South America, Paul R. of Connellsville and E. Eugene at homo. There are 10 grandchildren, two sisters and two brothers: Mrs. J. E. Tinstman, Stephen R. and Thomas H. Rutherford, all of Scottdalc, and Mrs. Joseph Handle of Washington, Pa. The funeral service will be held at the home Friday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock in charge of Rev. J. E. Lutz, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Interment will be made in Scottdale Cemetery. MRS. JOSEPH IIACHA 'LATROBE. Feb. 23.--Mrs. Agnes Hacha, 49 years old, wife of Joseph Hacha, ditfd at 9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning at the home of her daughter Mrs. Delbert Nolen, at 30 Avenue A following an illness of 15 weeks. Besides her husband, chc is survived by five daughters and one son: Mrs. Delbert Nolcn, Mrs. Edwarc Nolen, Alberta Walters, Mrs. Mary Harris and James Walters of Latrobe and Mrs. Samuel Shaffer o; Scottdalc. - Surviving sisters ant brothers include: Mary McLanc o: Scottdalc, Arthur and Miles Queer Today and Tomorrow --TWO BIG MI«. Loin Armstrong, Winner of Saturday's Micycle. GEORGE SUPPES SOMERSET, Feb. 23.--George P. iuppcs, 79, head of the Suppcs Forge Foundry Company of Johnstown, who died Monday in a Johnstown iospit.nl, for a number of years operated the Rowcna Stone Sand Company in Somerset county. Delegates will come from Wash- n R t o n, Uniontown, Scottdnlc, Jrcenshurg, Johnstown, McKcesport, \Vilmerding and Corbopolis. The theme of the conference will be "Making God Real in the Lives of Young Men." A flnc program has been arranged. Any young men may attend the conference by registering at any time at the Y. M. C. A. The conference will open at 2 o'clock. REBEL FLEET DRIVEN OFF BY PLANES Continued from Page One. it was reported, the planes swooped over the fleet and succeeded in dropping a bomb onto the deck of one of the vessels in tow. The missile appeared to have penetrated to the interior, it was said. The Almirante Cervcra, the Canarias and Balcarcs, accompanied by two other warships, steamed into positions late yesterday and opened fire on Valencia harbor. Coastal batteries, warned to the warships' movements by the Cape San Antonio Semaphore, were prepared for the assault and drove the attackers off with 45 shots. Only slight damage was caused ashore. One person' was killed and two others wounded. The warships then steamed up the coast to the north and about an hour la'.er attacked Sugunto. Throe insurgent planes accompanied' the ships. The ships flrcd 75 shells and the planes dropped some 50 bombs, damaging the port extensively. Looking for Bargains? Try our classified columns when you want something? Results follow. Carrie Kenyon Auxiliary. The Carrie Kenyon Auxiliary of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will meet Friday evening at the church parlor. CONNELLSVnXiE'S BEST TODAY and TOMORROW BIG D O U B L E FEATURE PROGRAM No. 1--Ho Played Mich for His Daughter's Sake! ROMANCE GOES RIOTOUS . ._ when Frank Morgan promises his daughter a chateau to be married in ... and then has to inake good! 13 fun-makers in a laugh-a minute SKELETON THAT OF NEGRO, SAYS DETECTIVE WALL|| Continued from Page One. authority on such scientific probes,! vhose name has been withheld at the j expert's request, applied a chemical .cst to the skin on the thumb yesterday morning This application was allowed to stand for a desired period of hours and then the final and posi- :lve conclusion was reached, Wall pointed out. \ The skeleton was discovered lying on the sandy bank of the historic Sugar Run contributary ot the Yough River by William Watson, a well- known resident of the Kcntuclc district. J. H. Burhans, Dunbar undertaker, upon orders from Coroner S. A. Baltz, removed the badly decomposed skeleton-corpse, after n mile trek into the mountain fastness where Watson stumbled onto the gruesome find. The right hand had been pressed into the sand, while part of the index linger ot the same hand possessed some particles of flesh. There was sufficient skin on the right thumb to warrant the scientific steps taken yesterday. Wall said, to "substantiate" his "early belief i the skeleton was that of a Negro." County oflleials said they were given "cxpei t opinion" that the body had lain nlong the creek for six or nine months. Residents of the old Kcntuck district recalled yesterday, officers said, that a few negroes fiom over the i state line in West Virginia, had been frequenting the Ohiopylc mountains about eight months atfo. Xo. 2--He's In the Army--She's In Is Arms! A SALUTE TO y,OU%TO FUNJO THRILLS! Two bvablt kid5 * nl » honed hoi* bong you thr ·«- son's top in fwtll entertainment! RONALD REAGAN MARY MAGUIRE DONALD CRISP DttKIM «J ««m (OH Join Pli» l «". lioto S«7»»eUi1lrtt THURSDAY "IfiHT CASH MITE YOU CAN AVl\ «Y ATTENDING MATINEES Funor.il Director Dies. GREENSBURG, Feb. 23.--James White Robinson, 75, for 47 years an undertaker in Indiana county, died i Tuesday night at his home at Salts-! burg. NEW Cowtlght 193G- Ro«. U. S. PlL OK. The Sensational, New Thrill-a-Minute Movie Game 10 Cash Winners Never, never has the tliratre known such an added fun and thrill attraction. THURSDAY NIGHT About 9 O'clock Showing Last Times Today singing gul you 'dream about, and'th looney". |guys 'you s c r o a m a b o u t ! ' : . - . They're here in a [tingling' d r a m m e r decorated with' das- sling beauties.; : ERIC EDWARD EVERETT LASKY :t "»' · Directed by y I WALSH · *-J Scrcon play by Gertrude Pu.-ccW artd !ohn AND ANOTHER FULL LENGTH FEATURE PICTURE! Patricia Farr, Scott Coiton, Gene Morgan, Arthur Loft

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