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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 11, 1939
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SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNBLLSVILLB. PA. PAGE FIVE. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. A. W. Young, district deputy grnnd matron of the Order ot the Eastern Star, installed officers of the Point Marion chapter at its regular meeting Friday night. Mrs. Young was acco'mpanied to the meeting by Mrs. Prince M. Stone, Mrs. Harold Smail, Mrs. Ben Shippy, Mrs. Clara Jordan nnd Mrs. Roy B. Otto. Rummage sale by T. J. Hooper Bible Class of First Presbyterian Church, Wednesday, March 29th, 8 A. M., in church basement.--Adver- tisement.--marlO-11-13-25-27-28. Mrs. T. G. Barker of Baltimore is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. M. Stratton, of. the Arlington Hotel. 40 Spring jacket and swagger suits, special, $4.85. Princess Shop.--Ad- vertisement-llmar.-lt. Mrs. Ella Jobes is critically ill at the home of her son, Ray H. Jobes of Lcmont. Mrs. Jobes is the mother of Mrs. Paul Blackslonc of Murphy avenue, with whom she made her home for several years past. William Myers of Vandergrift is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Myers, o£ East Crawford avenue over the week-end. Miss Kitty Gilmore of Dunbar will So to Morgantown, W. Va., this evening to attend the Pitt-West Virginia basketball game. Harold Newill, a student at the University of Pittsburgh, is spending the week-end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Corner S. Newffi, o£ South Pittsburg street. Donald Blasey of Vine street went to Pittsburgh Thursday and heard Artie Shaw and orchestra at a matinee performance. Miss Ethel Stange and Miss Pauline Bcitzcl are undergoing treatment, at the Connellsvillc State Hospital. George Melassonos, Andrew Rottler and Frank Bailor attended the matinee performance of Benny Goodman and orchestra at a Pittsburgh theatre Friday afternoon. E. E. Bower, who had been a patient at the Connellsville State Hospital for the past week, was removed Tuesday to his home, 1310 South Arch street. Mr. Bower, a retired Baltimore Ohio Railroad freight conductor, suffered two strokes. His condition is reported to be critical. Clayton E. Bower of Philadelphia, who was called here by his father's illness, has returned to his home. Mrs. Thurman Russell of Detroit, Mich., is remaining at her father's bedside. Miss Jean-Chambers of East Murphy avenue is spending the week-end as the guest of Misses Regina, Louise and Ruth Pope of Dunbar. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hyde of Mount 'Pleasant were Connellsville shoppers Friday. Aunt Het By ROBERT «U1LLEN "I can't understand Sue Mae. If I hated and feared mice like she does, I wouldn't have every closet lookin' like a mouse paradise to attract the things." Grim Reaper WILLIAM H. COBURN William H. Coburn, 80 years old well-known resident of North Union township, died Friday night at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Anna Schiffbauer, of Hawks Crossing, Lemont, after a lingering illness. Besides Mrs. Schiffbauer, he is survived by the following other children: Mrs Thomas Sullivan and Michael Coburn, Lemont; William J. Cobum Lemont; John and James Coburn, Lemont; Mrs. Hugh Workman, Uniontown; Charles, Lawrence, Hugh anc Cecelia Coburn, all at home. One sister, Lacie Barnes, of Silver Spring Md., 31 grandchildren and six great- grandchildren also survive. Requiem high mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning at St. John's Catholic Church, Uniontown, with Rev. Thomas J. Dunn in charge. Burial will be in Sylvan Heights Cemetery. Unionfown Senior Held for Stealing Musical Instruments Special to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 11--Carl Lantz, 38, Uniontown High School athlete, was arrested Wednesday by Police Chief Alfred W. Davis on a charge of stealing three musical instruments valued at $300, a gold watch und a pair of roller skates from an automobile parked in a street early Wednesday morning. Lantz, arrested at his home, admitted the charges, the officer said, and told how he made an effort to dispose of the loot. The instruments, two saxophones and a clarinet, belonged to Denny Anderson and John Caporella, both of Star Junction, who left them in their car while stopping at a lunch room. The skates, attached to shoes, belonged to Tommy Moyer. The watch was taken from a glove compartment in the car. MRS. LENA MAE KOUGH Mrs. Lena Mae Kough, 69 years old, widow of Edward Kough, died Friday afternoon at the home of a daughter, Mrs. James Babb, ol Keisterville, after a lingering illness. Shi was a former resident of the Summit Dunbar township. Five children survive. They are: Mrs. Frank Minerd of Uniontown, Mrs. James Babb Keisterville, John Kilgore of Detroi and Herbert and Herman Kough both of Unipntown. One sister, Mrs W. H. Stoner of Washington, Pa., alsi survive. Her husband died three years ago, The body was removed this afternoon to the Minerd Funeral Home Uniontown, ALEXANDEE LIVINGSTON After a brief illness, Alexande: Livingston, 83 years old, died Friday afternoon, at the home of a niece Mrs. Mabel Mahon, of Uniontown Besides Mrs. Mahon, he is survive) by another niece, Mrs. Grace Gibso: of Colonial No. 3, and a nephew John Livingston, of Franklin town ship. Private funeral service will be hel at 10 o'clock Monday morning at th Johnston Funeral Chapel, Uniontown Burial will be in Flatwoods Ceme tery. Can't Select "Prince." LOWER MERION, Pa., Mar. 11-Lower Morion High school's student council vetoed a proposal that girl pupils elect by secret ballot a boy to be crowned ''Prince Charming" at the annual school dance. The council held that it was unfair "to force any boy to start life under such a handicap." Named Hospital Chaplain. PITTSBURGH, Mar. 10.--Rev. John Fecko has been appointed chaplain at Mercy Hospital, replacing Rev. Edward Miskow, whq was recently appointed chancellor of the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese. Father Fecko has been a priest 22 years. FEENEY FUNERAL The funeral mass for William J Feaney, 62, of Charleroi, an interna tional organizer of the United Min Workers of America, will be he] Monday morning at St. Jerome' Church at Charleroi. Interment wU be in Calvary Cemetery at Coa Center. JOSEPH P. BLAKE MEYERSDALE, Mar. 11.--Josep P. Blake, 62, a native of Meyersdali died Friday afternoon at his home a Mount Savage, Md. He was a son o the late John and Harriett McKenzi Blake and for a number of years was a school teacher in Pennsylvania and Maryland, later going into business. He is survived by his wife, eight SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK R.rt*ti r«? U 1 fitrtaf OS*. By R. J. SCOTT HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT j rooms to make plans for the nnancial ! drive. Teams will be named to make canvass of the town. It is under- AUTOMOBILES OF -THE FU*rllR.-E_ W I L L A FAMOUS PONY- CUDE.R, IHDIAH SC.OU1" AMP . I ARM/ NAME. RESCUE, of AH OFPIC.E.R. By INDIUMS -- -THE REMARKED -fUM" WAS LUCK/ -To BE- FROM sacri By A XIKE. COMBIHrLD -TftE WOP.DS f CALAMKY ANO O A N E , A.HD rUlC.KE.MS HAS BE.E.H DE.VEX.OPE.D Af CORNEUX. I-THACA, N.y. children, six Brother. grandchildren and one MRS. DANIEL WORRY SCOTTDALE. Mar. 11.--Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Worry, 85 years old, wife of Daniel Worry, died early this morning at her home at Kingviesv where she had been a resident for a number of years. Besides her husband, she is survived by the following children: Samuel Little and Mrs. Lulu Long of Kingview, William O. Little and Mrs. Mary Crum of Hecla, James Worry of Scottdale and William Worry at home. Mrs. Sarah Jane Eckelberry of Cambridge, Ohio, is a sister. There are 46 grandchildren, 65 great-grandchildren and live great-great-grandchildren. The body will be taken to the home of a daughter, Mrs. Lulu Long at Kingview. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. beth Gillott and Mrs. Frances Gillott, both of Connellsvillc. The funeral mass will be he!d at 9 o'clock Monday morning at St. Bernadine's R. C. Church. Interment will be made in St. Joseph's Cemetery. SCRANTON M. JEFFRIES Scranton M. Jeffries, 71 years old, for many years a railroad employe, died at 6:15 o'clock Friday night tit the home of a niece, Mrs. Ralph Hixon, at Fayette City, where he had been residing for the past two years. The body has been taken to the funeral establishment of Ira Biair Sons and interment will be made in Chestnut Hill Cemetery in Connellsville. Arrangements have not been completed. THOMAS LAXDY MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 11.-Thomas Landy, 44 years old, of East Main street, died at 10:40 o'clock Friday night in Frick Memorial Hospital after a week's illness of pneumonia, Mr. Landy was blind. He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Michael, Joseph, Frank and Mrs. Sadie Landy of Mount Pleasant, Mrs. Thomas Alteria of Pittsburgh and Mrs. Eliza- MRS. SADIE REAM Mrs. Sadie Harbaugh Ream, 59 years old, wife of Joseph Ream, died after a stroke Thursday at her home near Confluence. She was born March 27, 1889, near Draketown in Upper Turkeyfoot township, a daugiiter of the late David and.Hazel Cramer Harbaugh, and spent her entire life in the vicinity of Confluence. Her ancestors were cariy settlers of the Turkeyfoot region. She was a member of the Jersey Baptist Church. Surviving in addition to her husband arc 13 children: Charles, Edgar, Harvey, Norman, Osborne, George, Herbert, Paul, Bertha, Ethel, Lucretia, Alma and Erma Ream. Three other children preceded her in death. She also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Wilson Conn of Draketown and Mrs. Lucretia Stoner, living in the State of Indiania. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Jersey Baptist Church with Rev. F. O. Eakin, pastor of Indian Head Church of God, officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. P A T R I O T I S M STRESSED AT ELK PROGRAM stood that more than been received by tli ward its share of tf $200 has already e association toe money for the MRS. HANNAH MURPHY Msr. Hannah Murphy, 86 years old, a resident of Uniontown for more Continued from Page One. human integrity, "making your word as good as your bond," as another phase of good citizenship and patriotism. Touching briefly on soil conservation, he said the United States will j be confronted with a land famine if the people continue to dispoil it as in the past. The top soil, the speaker declared, must be conserved so that the land will retain its productiveness for generations to come. This, he added, is also good patriotism. Dr. Dieter pleaded for a revival of typical American spirit, citizenship and patriotism that will move in the direction of that which is the best for the greater number. Judge Matthews, . who introduced Judge Dumbauld, said it was surprising to know to what extent students in the high schools can develop the spirit of Americanism and how well they can put it down on paper. The jurist presented four of the nine prizes, the pupils being in the audience. The other prizes, checks, will be turned over to high school author]ties for presentation to the Sscclal to The ' Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 11.-Instrumental solos in the Forensic 1 League of Westmoreland county will be held Monday evening, March 27, at the Ramsay High 1 School Auditorium. Names of the contestants have not been received as yet. Ramsay High School will have only one contestant, Wells Zeman, who will play the baritone horn. Fellowship Meetlne. The Youth Fellowship of the First Evangelical and Reformed Church held its regular meeting in the church j Thursday evening. The speaker was i G. Clifford Singlcy, principal of | Ramsay Kigh School, who spoke on 'Youth's Problems." At the close o£ the meeting there was a social hour. Camp Problems Discussed. Boy Scout camp chairmen from the various zones in Westmoreland and Fayette counties met Thursday evening at Ramsay High School to discuss problems of the annual camp to be held this summer. Scout Executive Ewing of Westmoreland and Fayetle counties was in charge of the meeting. In Mat Tourney. Ramsay High School has a wrestling team entered in the annual W. P. I. A. L. tournament at Waynesburg. Matches are under way today. Cottage Prayer Meeting. Cottage prayer meetings will be held by the Methodist Episcopal Church Friday evening, preparatory to Evangelistic meetings that will be held in the church. Full Strength Attained. Two new men have been enlisted in Company E, 110th Regiment. They are Dale W. Williams and John H. Fornal, bringing the company up to Cull strength. Corporal Kenneth. Crusan has been promoted to supply sergeant and Ted Smith, Jr., has been promoted from corporal to company clerk. PhiJatheas Entertained. Misses Mary and Evelyn Galley entertained the Philathea Class oi; the Methodist Episcopal Sunday School at their home in West Washington street Friday evening. I*Iau I/ibrary Drive. A meeting of the Mount Pleasant Library Association will be held Monday evening in the Red Cross opening. When a ce-tain amount has been secured a WP|A grant will be approved. Firemen's Auxiliary fleets. The auxiliary to the Mount Pleasant Volunteer Fire Department held its regular meeting Thursday evening in the firemen's rooms. There was a business session, an exchange of baked goods and a social hour with bingo and refreshments. Weekly Bible Class. Rev. E. G. 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