The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 24, 1938 · Page 15
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 24, 1938
Page 15
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1K1LAV, ilAlUIH 4, 193S. DAILY COURIER. CONNEtiSVlL.L.liJ. PAGE SEVEN. PERSONAL MENTION Miss Sylvaia Donnadia is spending a two week's vacation with her parents, Mr; and Mrs. M. Donnadia in South Eighth street, before resuming her duties as: a student nurse at Mercy Hospital at Pittsburgh. ' Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tl. Miss Caroline Bannon, Mrs. Lottie Hay and Miss Rose Sine have completed their duties as members ol the grand jury at Uniontown. Friday they accompanied other members ol the jury to the county home where they were guests at dinner. They were taken through the home and saw the small child, referred to as "the sin child." Spring coats and plain dresses, dry ".'leaned and pressed, 49c. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- ment--25feb-7t Mrs. John T. Rush of East Murphy avenue went to Johnstown this morning to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sweitzcr, her nephew and niece. The Sweitzcrs are- former residents of Connellsvillc. Troop 8, Boy Scouts, will hold a food sale at Connellsville Paint Glass Store, S. Pittsburg street, Saturday, March 5th.--Advertisement. --3mar-2t Mrs. Henry W. McRobbie, Mrs. Charles Detwilcr, Mrs. Ernest R. Kooscr and Mrs. John B. Davis attended the annual spring meeting of the Westmoreland County Federation, held Thursday at Grecnsburg. Penny bingo, Jr. O. U. A. M., Odd Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg street, Friday night, 8:30.--Adver- tisement.--3mar-2t. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Galley and son, Robert, of Hillcrcst have returned from Mount Pleasant where they were called by the death of Mr. Galley's father, William C. Galley. The funeral service was held Thursday afternoon at the familj home in West Washington avenue. Rummage sale, First M. E. Church basement, Saturday, March 5th, at 8:30 A. M. Anyone having donations leave at Church or call 702-J. --Advertisement.--3mar-2t. John Ritenour and Miss Dorothy Bigam o£ Pleasant Hills will visit friends at Mount Morris Sunday. 200 Adorable, new $3.00 - spring frocks, special, $1.95. Princess Shop. --Advertisement.--3mar-2t. Mrs. Jerome McCormick of South Ninth street. Greenwood, is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. W. R. Jones, of Wilklns- burg. Operators' Branch No. 86 will hole their regular monthly meeting-Saturday, March 5th, Columbus Hall First St., West Side. Meeting will convene at 2 P. M. Large attendance requested. Ernest Helms, Secretary ' --Advertisement.--4mar-lt. · Mr. and Mrs. David A. Lunnen of North Tenth street were Pittsburgh crllers Wednesday. The Ladies Auxiliary to South Connellsville Firemen will hold a "500". and bingo party Monday night, in Firemen's Rooms. Lunch and door prize. Admission 25c.--Advertise- ment.--mar-4-7. . Mrs. Ralph Auld of Scottdalc was a Connellsvillc shopper Thursday. "500" and bingo, P. H. C. Hall, Saturday night, 25c. -Lunch.--Ad- vertisement.--4mar-lt. Misses Pauline and Gertrude Dopplehauer and Dorothy Maples were visitors in Pittsburgh Thurrday. ...-·· Mrs. John Ross and K .;. E. V. c Donnadia are visiting in Pittsburgh ? today. · · ·· Mrs. Paul Herman and daughter, Miss Catherine of Gibson avenue, will visit in Pittsburgh this evening. Richard Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Marshall of Birmingham, Ala., spent the week-end with the FitzGcrald family of Dunbar. The Marshalls are former resident 1 ! of Dunbar. Richard is a student at the Aunt Hef By ROBERT QU1LLEN "I reckon I could prolong my life by livin* different in some ways, but I don't see any sense in stayin' here if stayin' is all you do." Service Station Safe Burglarized Theft of $150 from the safe in the Atluntic Rcllnins Company service station at the corner of North Third street and West 'Crawford avenue was reported to city police this morn- ins. Chief Andrew W. Thomas snid the robbery was discovered when the attendant went to work and found the safe open. Entrance to the station had been 'gained through a toilet window. Unionfown Man Kidnaped in Own Car, Then Robbed i Son Born (o Yinfflinjjs. i An eight-pound son, John Robert, : was born Friday, February 25, to ! Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Yingling of i near Dawson. There are now seven | children in the family, five boys and ' two girls. Mrs. Yingling, the former Edna Sccrest, and son are reported to be getting along nicely. Ho.spltal Patients. Robert Boors, son of Mr. and Mrs. ·Yank Boors of Dunbar, R. D., and Mrs. Marion ICarkcr of Dunbar have seen admitted to Connellsville State Hospital for treatment. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Jack Port, who underwent a major operation at the Connellsville State Hospital last Friday morning, is getting along nicely. Mrs. M. E. Frazee of Poplar Grove arrived home Wednesday night from a visit with her brother nnd sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Rush of Washington, D. C., and her sister, Mrs. J. K. Voshell, of Baltimore. She was absent three months. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Young and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bacr left Wednesday morning by motor for a tour of Florida. he was born April 3. 1809, had worked in coal mines for 47 years. ric was twice married and · both wives had preceded him in death. rle is survived by three ^ons: John, Jr., of Pittsburgh, Joseph of Detroit, Mich., and Stanley at home; six daughters, Agnes and Helen at home, Vlrs. Joseph Holds of Grecnsburg, VIrs. Belly Frcedman and Frances Fall of New York City and Pauline Fall of Brooklyn, N. Y., and one sister, Mrs. Frances Brock of Booneville, N. Y. Grim Reaper MRS. ETLING'S FUNERAL The funeral for Mrs. Sarah Etling, 06 years old, wife of Smith Etling, who died Wednesday night at 11:35 o'clock at her home in Bullskin township, near Pleasant Valley Country Club, will be held Sunday afternoon. There will be a prayer at the home at 2 o'clock and the full service will be conducted at the Mount Olive United Brethren Church at 2:30 o'clock with Rev. William J. Ritchey, pastor, officiating. Interment will be made in the church cemetery. Mrs. Etling was born March 27, 1872, a daughter of the late Albert and Liddic Peters. Besides her husband, she Is survived by these children: Mrs. James Warnick of Mount Olive, Mrs. W. P. Keller of Kokomo, Ind., Mrs. Elmer Snyder of Moyer, George Etling of Normalvillc, Mrs. Absolem Steycr of Mill Run, Mrs. George Brooks of Beard's Fork, W. Va., and Mae Etling at home. There arc a sister, Mrs. Clark Recce of Conncllsville, two half-sisters, Mrs. Wcndcl Carlson of Grccnsburg ond Mrs. William Chambers of Everson; one half-brother, Will Lillcy of Koscoe; 22 grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Mrs. Etlins was a member of the Mount Olive United Brethren Church. FALI, FUNERAL The funeral for John S. Fall, 69 years old, of Victoria, Perry township, near Pcrryopolis, fatally injured when caught under a fall of slate in the Fitz Henry mine of the Pittsburgh Coal Company late Wednesday night, will be held Sunday afternoon. There will be prayer at 2 o'clock at the home where the body was removed by Funera Director B. M. Wade followed by a full service at St. John's Koman Catholic Church at Pcrryopolis. Rev. Father Andrew J. Suran, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be made in the church cemetery. Mr. Fall, a native of Poland where EUAS HANDWERK MEYERSDALE, Mar. 4.--Elias Ilandwu-k, 82, retired Elk Lick township farmer, died Tuesday night at the home of his son, B. Victor Handwork, at Wilbur. He was born February 22, 1H56, a son of Adam and Caroline Kissinger Handwork, both deceased. His wife preceded him in death and he leaves these children: Harvey o] Sand Patch, B. Victor of Wilbur, Mrs, Thomas Jones of Zancsville, Ohio, Mrs. William Hazelbartli and Mrs. A, D. Green of Salisbury, Mrs. H. A Yommcr and Mrs. Milton Mishlcr o: Mcycrsdale, Mrs. Elmer Livengood of Summit township, Mrs. Ray Englc and Mrs. George Englc of Berlin, R D., and Mrs. Alvin Bowser of Saltsburg, Md. A brother, John A. Handwork, of Elk Lick township, also survives. ^ The funeral service was held today at the home of Mrs. Milton Mishlcr here with Rev. B. A. Black pastor of the Amity Church, officiating. Interment was made in Springs Cemetery in Elk Lick township. BIBS. MARGARET BERKEY SOMERSET, Mar. 4.--Mrs. Margaret Matilda Berkey, 81, died Wednesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Pearl Zcrfoss of Somcrse township of a stroke of apoplexy suffered last November. A lifclon; resident of Somerset county, she wa. born in Jefferson township February 5, 1857, a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. Jacob Horncr. Her husband Isaac Berkey, died eight years ag and she Is survived by these chil dron:- Mrs. Nanoy Barclay of Som erset, William Berkey of Friedcns R. D., Millard Berkey of Detroit Mich., and Mrs. Zerfoss. Two chil drcn preceded her in death. CUT RATE 116 South Pittsburg Street. Phone 618 You get cut prices here on the finest cuts of meat. Everything cut but the quality. Shop here Friday for meats and cold cuts for the holiday week-end. Whole Cut Sb. 1 2C Ib. 1Oc Call! Style 8b. 1 5c . 15c 2 Heavy Average Sb. Fresh Spare Ribs Domestic Swiss Cheese IB. 30c Bacon Squares 'b 17c Fresh Sausage Loose * p" it- 15c Fresh Beef Liver SALAMI AND PEPPERONI BACON - HAMS - DRIED BEEF - LEBANON BOLOGNE BUTTER - EGGS AND CHEESE Special to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Mar, 4.--Kidnaped liis own automobile by two masked en armtd with revolvers and black- acks, r-.-;naccd by death for nearly n hour and forced to drive to on olated road neaf New Salem, Clarnce Christopher^ 45, proprietor of ic Arcane poolroom here, was obbcd of $378 and then abandoned vc miles frc-n Uniontown. When he returned home at 5 'clock this morning, two men, inskcd and with revolvers and lackjncks in either hand, sprang rom a hiding place and forced him ack into the car. With a revolver eld close to his chest and a black- ick over his head, he drove to a road car the Stony Point schoolhousc. here he was forced out of the ma- iinc and the money taken from him. hristophcr was compelled to walk p the road for several mintes. Then raised the alarm. First Son In Family. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Irs. Elmer B. Knopsnlder of Star *outc, Scottdale, Thursday. The new rrival is the third Irst son.. child and the SCRIPPS, HEAD OF NEWSPAPERS, DIES ON YACHT Continued from Page One. early Thursday morning. Kcnry Krusc, master of the yuc-ht, sent an emergency radio to the United States Coast Guard at 8:35 A. M. Thursday, reporting Tiis condition as "serious," and requesting that Dr. James Churchill, Scripp's personal physician, bo flown to the island. Dr. Churchill attempted to send radio instructions to the yacht for Scripp's ctirc. NEW YORK, Mar. 4.--Following receipt of the news of the death of Robert P. Scripps, it was explained at the general offices of the Scripps- Howard newspapers here today that the control o£ the concern is vested in 'the trust, founded by Scripps' father, the late E. W. Scripps. During his life time Robert P. Scrippa was the sole trustee and, as such, the controlling stockholder. The trust provides that in the event of the death of Robert P. Scripps the control shall be vested in three trustees: Roy W. Howard, chairman of the executive committee o£ all Scripps-Howard corporations; William W. Hawkins, chairman of the board, and George B. Parker, editor- in-chief, tee. Howard is the senior trus- Son o! Scolldale People. Dies After Falling into Pool SCOTTDALE, Mar. 4.--William O. Brown, 28 years old, of Grecnsburg and a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Brown of Second avenue, Scottdalc, died Thursday night an hour and a half after he toppled into the swimming pool at the Central Y. M. C. A. at Harrisburg. A State employe residing in the capital city, he was a former resident of ScottdEiC and later lived at Grecnsburg. A physician at the Harrisburg hospital expressed the opinion Brown became, ill and fell. He said there was no' water in the man's lungs. Charles Kent, swimming instructor, pulled Brown out of the" pool and said he had been under the .water no more 'than a half minute. The body will arrive here tonight. Son Born to Merchants. A ton was born at 12:02 o'clock this (afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. j August Merchant o£ Uniontown at Connellsvillc State Hospital. This is the Ilrst child in the family and the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. George Holdcn of East Francis avenue, parents of the mother, formerly alias Georgia Holdcn. Former Local Girl Mother. A daughter was born Sunday, February 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Palmer of Wheeling, W. Va. The baby, the first girl in the family, has been named Carole Lee. There are also two boys in the family. Mis. Palmer is the former Miss Lillian Weisgcrbcr, daughter of Mrs. C. H. Wcisgcrbcr of Vina street. Vand!rbilt Class Tonight. The Entre Nous Class of the Vanderbilt Methodist Episcopal Church will meet tonight at the homo of Miss Dorothy Shallenberger. Philatelists Meet Tonight. 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