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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1038. THR DAILY COURIER. CONNHiljJLaviLJjJD. JTA. PAGE SEVKiX. PERSONAL MENTION Clinton DeBolt and Miss Ruth! Dennis visited friends in Uniontown Wednesday evening. Oppman's Toxl. Phone 700--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Devlin of Pittsburgh arrived today to spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., in South Pittsburg street. l Bargain days every day here! Adorable spring frocks, sizes up to 60, $1.80. Princess Shop.--Adver- tisement.--23fcb-3t. Mrs. Josephine Mcranda and son, Kenneth, and Mrs. E. W. Heavncr left Wednesday evening for a month's visit with Mrs. Meranda's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. James, of Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. James formerly resided In Greensburg. Rummage sale. First M. E. Church basement, Saturday, Fcbrua'y 26th, 10 o'clock A. M. Anyone bavins donations, leave at church or call 702-J. --Advertisement.--23fcb-3t. Miss Florence Mcrvis ot West Green street will leave Saturday mornins to spend the week-end In Pittsburgh. Tho Ladles' Bible Class o£ Trinity Lutheran Church will hold a bake sale, Saturday, February 26th, in Fox's Wall Paper Store, 122 So. Pittsburg St.--Advertisement.--fcb- 21-23-25. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shippy and daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth Vest, have returned to their home in North Cottage avenue, having spent four days in New York City. While there they attended the National Sportsmen Show at the Grand Central Palace. Penny bingo. Jr. O. U. A. M., Odd Fellows Temple, South Pitlsburg street, Friday night, 8:30.--Adver- tisement.--24feb-2t. Mrs. Samuel M. DeHufl of Race street will leave this evening for Batavia, N. Y., to visit her daughter, Miss Mary Hose, R. N., who is cm- ployed at the United States Veterans Facility. Pre-Lenten card party, bridge, "500" and bingo, St. Aloysius Hall, Dunbar, Monday, February 28th Admission 25c. -- Advertisement -- icb-11-25. Charles C. Cockrell of 133 South Painter street, South Connellsville will return home soon from the McCleary Sanitarium and Clinic at Excelsior Springs, Mo., where he has been taking treatments'for the past two weeks. He reports that he is feeling much better. Men's Classes of First Baptist Church will hold a food sale, Saturday, Feb. 2Gth,~ in Cut Rate Market, S. Pittsburg St.--Advertisement.-- 25feb-lt. A. B. Hood, vice-president,of the Second National Bank, who was ill of pneumonia, is able to be out. The Ladles 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.-- fcb-25-28. Mrs. Harry Clawson and little son Sonny, ot Pittsburg street, South Connellsville, visited Mrs. Clawson's sister, Mrs. J. L. Hixson of the McCoy farm on the Mount Pleasant road, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs Hixson also had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gehring and little daughter, Carolyn, of Owcnsdale. Just arrived, fresh Martha Washington Candy. Belvidcre Candy Shop.--Advertisement--25feb-lt. Mrs. Frank K. Bailey o£ Ohiopyle ·who recently underwent an operation at the Uniontown Hospital, is able to be out. , "500" and bingo, P. II. C. Hall Saturday night, 25p. Lunch.--Ad- vertisement.--25fcb-lt. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Shartzer and ton. James, and daughter, Mis Melda, of Sycamore street, and Mrs Clyde Shartzer of Uniontown, motored to the home of Mr. and Mrs M. N. Shartzer, between Farmington and Ohiopyle, Wednesday night to errpress their sympathy in the death of their son, Roger Shartzer, who was killed Monday when a shot gun was accidently discharged. J. V. Shartzer and M. V. Shartzer are cousins. Spring coats and plain dresses dry cleaned and pressed, 49c. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- ment.--25fcb-7t. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mason and the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Mason of Edcnborn were guests of Mrs. H E. Mason's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Michael, of the Wesley Apartments, Thursday. Aunt Het By ROBERT "I feel sorry for the girl, but it was all her own fault. When a young scamp tries to pick up a .girl on Main street, all the protection she needs is sense enough to »ay no." Grim Reaper JIISS LYDA L. DAVIS Miss Lyda L. Davis, 73 years old, died Thursday afternoon, at 4:25 o'clock at her home in Jerterson township near the Fairvicw Methodist Episcopal Church after a shorl illness of complications. She is survived by one sister and five brothers: Mrs. William Miller of Uniontown, Thomas Davis and Frank Davis of Jefferson township, Ferdinand Davis ot Smock, and Lewis and James Davis of Uniontown. The funeral service will be helc Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock the Fairvicw Methodist Episcopa: Church" The body will remain at the funeral parlors of Ira Blair Sons at Pcrryopolis until 2 o'clock Sunday and friends may'call there to view the remains. Interment will be made in the church cemetery. MRS. LOUISE W1XTON INDIANA, Pa.. Feb. ' 25.--Mrs Louise Ansley Winton, 70, well- known Indiana resident, died Monday at her homo at 928 Water street after an illness of a year of complications. A native of Rayne township near Kcllysburg where she was born August 3, 1867, n daughter of the late Aaron and Anna J. Davis Ans- Icy, she was educated in the Indiana public schools and studied telegraphy with Miss Margaret Campbell then in charge of the Western Union office here. She later became Western Union manager in Hotc: Anderson in Pittsburgh and hat been employed at Scottdalc and Greensburg. She was married June 2, 1800, to Charles Winton who died in 1000, She Is survived by daughter, Dorothy, a sister, Miss Laura M. and a brother, Elmer. SIRS. RAY DANLKT UNIONTOWN, Feb. 25.--Ill for many months, Mrs. Ray Danley, 79 i 1 at the home ot her son, Charles B. Danley of 06 Pennsylvania avenue Death was due to complications. Mrs. John Van Kirk of Youngs town, Ohio, also is a daughter. Two sisters, Mrs. Norval Dunklc and Mrs." Mary Temple, " both o Washington, Pa., seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, survive. The body was taken to the Dcvore funeral home In Washington, Pa Funeral services will be held Mon day. SAYERS SERVICE The funeral service for James Saycrs who died in Cuyahosa Falls Ohio, will be held at 2 o'clock to morrow afternoon at the Mltchcl (uncral chapel. Rev. G. L. Vaughan of Flatwoods Baptist Church wil officiate. Interment will be made In Mount Olive Cemetery. G. MASON OWLETT SEEKS SENATE SEAT WELLSBORO, Pa., Feb. 25.--State Senator G. Mason Owlctt, Tioga county, hns announced his candidacy for the U. S. senatorial nomination 1: the Republican primary May 17 Owlett, who has been in the LcgU lature since 1033, is Pennsylvania' Republican national committecman. Owlett said he was the candidati of "no group or faction" and askcc the support of all Republicans, Paramount Theatre Today Only \ THE INSIDE STORY OP A CITY'S SHAME 1 A fighting interne who used medical secrets to win his battle . . . But fell victim to secrets only women know!!! JOHN HOWARD NAN GREY "LET THEM LIVE" ·With' Robert IVHcox, .nlitli Bnrrott, Edw. Ellis --I'lu^-- BANK NIGHT IP YOU CANNOT ATTEND IN PERSON be sure you sign the CERTIFICATE OP ATTENDANCE n-hich will insure you against losing your award should your name be the one dra\s-n! THE AWARDS ARE: $425.00- - -S75.00 Saturday Only Adolph Zukor prtivnh Clarence EJulford's featuring' WILLIAM BOYD WALTON LEAGUE ENJOYS DINNER, · SPORTS PICTURES Continued from Page One. lUthcnticity. Charles W. Ward of Pittsburgh, ormer national champion bait cast- r, read a letter of congratulation he had written to Kenneth A. Reid, 'athcr of the local chapter, when he was made general manager of the zaak Walton League of America, ·md Mr. Reid's reply. A telegram from Mr. Reid to Pres- dcnt Weisgerbcr regretting inability .o attend the banquet and expressing cst wishes for its success was read by the toastmastcr. Short talks were made also by Dr. Arthur Henn of Pittsburgh, who has nttendcd every Walton banquet here; Mayor Ira D. Younkln, Rolln Hcffle- flnger, district game supervisor; Rev. L. S. Elliott, pastor of the M. E. 'hurch, who nlso asked the blessing on the occasion, and Joseph Ciiich- leld of Confluence, president ot the Turkeyfoot Sportsmen's Club, who Called attention to the national park at Trent and suggested every person in the audience contact his or her congressman in -the interest of having Laurel Hill creek within the park improved ns a trout stieam. There ore great possibilities he said. Dr. Hcnn invited attention to Wild Life Restoration Week March 20 to 26 and urged the purchase of restoration week stamps and their use on letters. , Among the others in attendance and introduced were T h e o d o r e Schacfcr of Uniontown, county game protector; Hudson Chandler, formerly of Connellsville, head of the chapter at New Kensington; Warden Ssi ucl Henderson of Westmoreland county and Warden James H. Banning of this city. Pieccding the speaking program door prizCH were awarded. Among the winners' were: Lcroy Hoover, a ken-kit, valued at $12.50, and Joseph Critchflcld, n creel, both donated by Kenneth A. Reid; Mrs. Roy B. Otto Mrs. James H. Banning, William Swan and Samuel Henderson, bass plugs and bugs and trout flics. Ross J. Medcalf provided and operated the motion picture machine Films showed trout and bass flshmg in Canadian wilds, rabbit hunting and raising rlngncck pheasants in Pennsylvania. The committee In charge of the banquet was made up of C. A. Thomas, chairman, C. G. Herzbcrger. W S. Stimmel, R. B. Welsgcrbcr, Kenneth A. Reid, Albert Noscheso, J. A Wills and Roy B. Otto. legro Women's Clubs Will Present Program Tonight in Uniontown The Inter-County Federation of Ncgio Women's Clubs will sponsor an all-star concert tonight at 7:30 o'clock at Mount Hose Baptist Church, Grant street, Uniontown. The program is: Opening selections, Betters children; Connellsville. Invocation, Rev. N. J. West, Uniontown. Solo Mrs. Lodema Jackson, Grindstone. Cornet solo, Freddie 1 Price, Lambert. I Selection, Mrs. Lufllle Braxton, Trotter. Solo, Mrs. Edna Gijaham, Allison. Rending, Jessie Cole, Uniontown. Duet, Leo and Leon Williams, Allison. Solo, Mrs. Florence Thomns, Lemont. Solo, Mrs. Rebecca Truly, Fnlr- chancc. Paper, Mrs. Genevicve Wright, Vnnderbllt. Piano solo, Mildred Metcalf, Allison. Solo, Mrs. Rcna Mac Brown, Uniontown. Solo, Wallace Price, Lcmont, Rending, Patty King. Uniontown. Selection, Sllvertone Quartet, Cardale. Selection, Mrs. Lila McMillan, Trotter. Saxophone solo, Vcrn Jcnn Betters, Connellsville. Duct, Naomi Powell tnd Tlielma Scott, Lambert, ' 1". ' Reading, Ruth Ellis, Fnirchancc. Solo, Virginia Lee, Vandcrbilt. Reading, Mrs. Hall, Grindstone. Selection, Tommy. Anderson, Rc;re. Piano solo, Mrs. A. L. Boddy, Uniontown. Reading, Miss Powell, Edcnborn. Soio, Mrs. Julia King, Uniontown. Piano solo, Mrs. 'Elnora Colvin, Connellsville. - . Solo, Miss Gertrude Edwards, ConnellKvillc. Mrs. Joseph Smith, Allison, will be mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Lucy Humes is president of the federation; Mrs. Jack Smith, secretary. Uniontown Veteran Dies in New York TITLED ENGLISH VISITORS KILLED IN PLANE CRASH Continued from Page One. ranch to the wreck. Phillips took oft with his passengers from Union Air Tcrmin.il a nurbank about 3 P. M. m a binglc- motorcd plane owned by the San Francisco Examiner, one of Ilc.irst's newspapers. Near tho end of the 250-mile flight he encountered a bc*a- coast fog and missed the ranch airport by about one mile. Too late the pijot apparently discovered the error and turned back, but one wing scraped the ground as he bankc through the fog. Tho big all-metal plane heeled over and burst into llames. Roy Sumners, postmaster at San Simeon, heard the crash and rushed to the wreckage. Lord and Lady Plunkct were trapped In the blazing cabin. They apparently had been Instantly killed. The pilot had been thrown n shiirt distance from the plane but he was dead. Lawrence was stumbling about, dazed. Sumners pulled him nway from the plane to prevent his blundering into the flames. He was badly burned and one of his ankles was broken In two places. At the San Luis Obispo Sanitarium his condition x as reported to be serious. Lord and Lady Plunket arrived In the United States aboard the liner Normandie two weeks ago and flcxv to the Pacific Coast to spend the winter near their friends, Douglas Fairbanks, the retired motion picture star, and his wife, the former Lady Ashley. They stayed for a time at Fairbanks' home in Santa Monica and then rented a Beverly Hills mansion from William Hafncs, former film actor. Haincs is now in London. Special to Tho Courier. UNtONTOWN, Feb. 25.--Ill in th« U. S. Veterans Hospital in the Bronx, New York, since last November, Peter B. Shearin, 47, son of the late Thomas Shearin, of 138 Evans street died Thursday night at 10 o'clock ol complications. The body will arrive in Uniontown tonight. Mr. Shi»rin was a veteran of U.c World v . sr, having served in France He alno was a Legionnaire. For yean *": !»;*d been employed QS miner it fiHllps, Footedale and oth', -iiMioy i-Ionts. .'ju: vivuis ai« the following brothers and sister?' Margaret and Helen :'; home, Mrs. W. H. Brown of Un- '.or.town, Mrs. T. .'. Bradley of Con- nc'llsvillc, R. D., John of Belle Vcr- non, James of Pittsburgh and Thomas of Mount Morru. SCHUSCHNIGG DEFIES NAZI DICTATORSHIP Continued from Page One. and somewhat bewildered, were expected to register thl» week-end, by ncans of demonstrations--In defiance of a ban of their own Nazi minister of Interior--their protest the I chancellor's vigorous speech to the/ federal diet and his ringing, defiant, Anal words: 'Until death the red-while-red, the banner of our belover fatherland, Austria!" ' Newspaper headlines s h o w e d plainly the popular feeling. Crammed into the lines of type was jubilance: 'Austria, Frco and Independent!" "Austria Remains Free and Independent," "A Statesman H a s Spoken," "Bcrchtesgoden: a Monument to Peace," "Schuschnlgg -on German Pence," "Now There Will Be Peace." Now the country awaited the reaction of its own Nazis and the Nazis oC Germany, reported themselves to have been surprised and unnoycd at the firm tone which Schucchnlgg took in a speech regarded by non- Nails of Austria ns masterful and historic. Schuschnigg had gone on record as determined that Austria's independence and Christian state foundations should be defended to the death. It was admitted, In view of the speech, that the dangers to be feared had been exaggerated by an over- strung, wnr-«cnrcd world. Schusch- g and many persons of the Dnn- ublan basin generally had been inclined to believe the Fuehrer Adolf Hitler could be trusted not to use armed force against Austria. Yet .·in avalanche of rumor had buried this fact In view of the strong nature of Schuschnlgg's speech, however, and plain signs of Nazi resentment, it was realized everywhere 'that the repercussions of the chancellor's address might be wide. Germany has a powerful trade weapon as n reserve in event that Nazis regarded the government here as recalcitrant or uncooperative. Economic difficulties have been for years a basic weakness in dismembered Austria, n heart without a body. This was evident in the undertones of Schus- chnlgg's speech yesterday, but he could not ipctik too plainly because his Immediate job was to emphasize his, and the country's diplomatic success at the Derchtesgndcn negotiations with Hitler. Typical newspaper comment today showed the reaction to the speech: Werner Zcitung (official government gazette)--The speech was equivalent to a declaration by the whole people. Austria must remain Austrian. CARD PARTY Monday, Feb. 28th m. John's Soclnl Hnll, Wot Side. Auspices Rosary Society ADMISSION 35c Promptly 8:30 V. jr. March Grand Jury Will Hear 100 Cases; Two Murders SpccUl to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 25,--Approximately 100 cases will be presented to tho March grand jury which meets Mon'day morning at 10 "o'clock, according to Indictment Clerk Daniel J. Hiordnn In} the office of District Attorney James A. Rellly, There will be two murder acticns for presentation to the Inquisitorial body together with.two "bad" manslaughter cases 'Involving the -death of three pedestrians. _"The btncrs will be the usual -"run of;irt!no^-^litiga- Julla Grahck of Falrbank Is-accused" ot stabbing" to~dimtu hcr.hus- band, Joseph Grahck, durlttg'a'fc.m- ily quorrol while Margaret Lcftwicli, colored, In charged -with Uio'shdoti.ig of Joseph Push ulJBrownsvillc, Daniel Linteirmtr of. Cohncllsville Is confronted wlth_a manslaughter charge ln*conncctlon".wlth"the;iicath of Samuel Goodwin of 'Trotter 'vho was fatally injured Christmas Dny and his wife seriously injured,after they had left a trolley while onroute to their home. Steve Ilanchek is accused with being responsible for tlic deaths of Robert and Lawrence Erminio at Mosontown, allegedly having operated his machine at an excessive rate of speed through Masontown borough on a Saturday night. There will be a Connellsville murder trial during the week of February 7 when Joseph Marinaro of North Pitbburg street, a beer gaid- cn proprietor, will answer an indictment for murder in connection with the shooting of John Monosky of Davidson Hill. It had been claimed Monosky was killed while Marinaro wus allegedly attempting to shoot another man who had reportedly been causing a disturbance in hia place of business. MEYERSDALE G I R L POETRY WINNER Special to Tho Courier. MEYERSDALE, eb. 25.--Alice Hosteller, a member of · the . Junior class of Meycrsdalc High School, won the poetry reading contest In the Somerset county eliminations of the Pennsylvania Forensic" Music League Wednesday night at Stoyes- town. Second place went to Theda Connor of Somerset Township nnd third to Martha Hellman ot Windber.- Son Born to Luces. A son was born at 9:40 o'clock this morning at Connellsville State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Luce of Smock, R. D., Franklin township- There nre now two boys In the family. The I father, a member of the Perry Township High School faculty, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Watson Luce. Tlie mother, who formerly was Miss Mattie Lee Ames, and baby arc doing! as well as can be expected. · Dual Slayer Hanged. WALLA WALLA, Wash., Feb. Z5. --Clifford Hawkins,. 26-year-old farm hand who killed two -brother* because they objected to his intimacies with their 13-year-old sister, was hanged at State Prison here. DON'T BE SKISNY AmazUir rairu of S to 12 pounds In · m few weelti »r« of tan made by addlpp Yeast Vitamins and Iron (as contained . in Vlnnt) to your dt«t. Vlnol helps ·UmuUte appdUU, Improves blood and nervous synUnu Vlnol has helped lh nil lands rain needed wttcnt and enetny, Vlnol it delicious to Ukt. Union Drue Company. - - WISEr-MOVE Whrn Confronted By Serious financial Problems, It's . _ _ A Wise Move To Sc« - - · Ua For A ; $25 to $300 CASH LOAN '· No~ Kndonwjra or Sipncri No Embarrassment. ^ " Aek About The '--. Union Repayment Man. "; -No. Payment for SO Days. - ~ Up to IS Months (o Repay. ;· Old Rellable-27 Yrs. in Greemburft · IXMUM Msd« In Wwtmorcland ; And SnrrminiTIne Counties- ' i Call--Phone--Or Write. u N I . O N LOAN-CO. ~ - 204--Second Floor -Find National Hunk Phone 1-3-1-3 -GREENSBURG UNCLE :RUFE AND THE SMOKEY MOUNTAIN GANG WITH PETUNIA", CLEM, THU" PUMPKIN CENTERT FOLKS AND PINE RIDGE STRING BAND CONNELLSVJLLE STATE ARMORY Saturday Evening, February 26th Benefit Medical Detachment Hunting Club. 110th Infantry Live Baby Given Away to Holder of Lucky Number. Admission--Adults 35c; Children 20c. 8 f. M--Two Shows--10 P. PERSHING IN STUPOR; END NEARS Continued from Page One. doctors gave her a sedative to quiet her grief. At 2 A. M., Di. Roland Davison said that the general had rallied slightly from the dec)) co.-na in which he. lay for five hours, and that "he appears to be responding to the stimulant they are giving him." He said the general was semiconscious at the moment. He did not say what the stimulant was. Miss Pershlng walked to the bedside as Dr. Davison left the room and held the Renewal's hand. Then she began placing cold packs on his forehead. An attendant, explaining the general's slight rally, said that a nurse had approached the bed and 'called: "General! General!" Pcrshing opened his eyes, glanced upward and smiled faintly. Tho only cough drop medicated with tho trot-BoothIng of Vlcks VapoRub. VicKs COUGH DROP NEAR1NG THE END! Our Great February Furniture Sale IVIONDAY--THE LAST DAY! Your lost chance to buy quality furniture at February Sale Prices, the Top Sale of the year. , · Use your credit at Zimmerman's -- Remember, a small deposit will reserve- . your purchase for future delivery. .. : Console Mirrors -_ $1.95 Occasional Tables'- 1'. ,$3.95 Junior Indirect J-cimps $5.95 Coffee Tables , r ~\ '.,...~1J.C." 1 ....$3.95 Coi:ktail Smokers .r~...-:-:3.'.7...7.s.- 1 L.r£$1.39 imm ROOM SUITES S-VIKCK .HOHAIR SUITE, With Wood Carvod Frnme a-MECE MOHAIR SUITE, Dark Wine Color -i-PIECE MOHAIR 'RIEZE, Modern 'Stylo , : $79.50 $110.00 $135.00 Occasional Chairs ". $3.95 Modern Pull-Up Chairs $7.50 Maple Arm Boudoir Chairs . .,,.._...*..... $5.95 Chintz Covered Boudoir-Chairs !.!:.?: $6.50 Lounge Chairs in Vclour Covering . $19.50 Modern Chest, Bed, Dresser $59.50 3-Piece Colonial Solid Maple $57.50 4-Piece Modern Bedroom Suite $79.50 4-Piece Oak-Maple Trim Suite . . $99.00 5-Piece Decorated Modern Suite .... $115.00 Open. Evenings By Appointment Call 376 9x12 Seamless Axminsters $37.00 9x12 Reversible Chenilles $27.50 9x12 Velvet Rugs $33.00 9x12 Marvel Rugs $14.95 9x12 Heavy Axminsters $42.50

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