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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 15, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, H.1S3. TUB PAGE THREE. News of the Day at Meyersdaie Triplets Make a Lambeth Sextet MEYERSDALE, Mm-. 15.--The homo economics department of the Meyersdalo High School, under the direction of Miss Margaret Robb, will hold .in adult class in home economics every Thursday evening. The subjects to be discussed are as follows: Time saving meals, making a simple dress, children's ' clothing, buying household supplies, entertaining in the home, and various other things. All interested adults are invited to attend. Personals. Rev. and Mrs. Julian Park and two sons, Philip and Arthur Hay, ot Dunkinsvillc, visited Mr. and Mrs. James Hummel during the past week. They also visited friends in Salisbury. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johnson, who spent two months touring in Florida, returned home Friday. Joseph Lynch of Pittsburgh is visiting his sisters, Mrs. Edward Kerrigan, who is seriously ill, and Mrs. Harry Walsh. Mrs. Joseph Hcrsh returned Sunday from a week's visit with her son and daugliter-in-lav/, Mr. and Mrs. George Hersh, in Greensburg. Mrs. Jennie Wilmoth find daughters, Misses Mary and Grctchen, have returned from a month's stay in St. Petersburg, Fin. Mrs. Harvey J. Bittner has gone to Canton, Ohio, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Donald Blocker. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crowe and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crowe were recent visitors with relatives in Fost- burg. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reich and two children oE Blairsville, visited the former's parents, Burgess and Mrs. Joe F. Reich over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Friedline spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Anna Hammond, in Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keifer had as their guests on Sunday the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Somerset. Miss Margaret LicC visited her sister, Mrs. Thomas Reese, in Johnstown during the week. To Incorporate Hospital. Steps have been taken to incorporate Hazel McGilvery Hospital of Meyersdaie under the "non-profit corporation" law. The purpose of the hospital was given for the "establishing, maintaining and managing 5 i hospital [and dispensary for the reception, pare and medical or surgical care of the sick or injured and for maintaining a suitable building or buildings in furtherance of its purposes, none of which contemplates pecuniary gain or profit, incidental, or otherwise to its members." Incorporators are Dr. C. C. Glass, Hazel McGilvery Glass, Mark D. Glass, Leona F. Glass and James W. Glass. Child Hurl in Fall. George Donges, five years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Donges, fell from a chair at his home and sustained a fracture of the right leg at two places below the knee. He "vvss treated at the hospital here. IVIrs. Eichnor Dies. Mrs. Elmira Eichnor, 78, of Summit township, widow of George Eichnor died in Summit township. Her j husband for years was a druggist. A daughter o[ the late Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Deal, practically all of her close kin preceded her in death. Mrs. Earl Boycr Dead. Mrs. Earl Boyer, 29, died at Woman's Hospital at Williamson School of pneumonia. She leaves her husband, son of C. E. Boyer of Meyersdale, a daughter, her parents and one brother. ftlrs. Emma Biltner Dies. Mrs. Emma Lohr Bittner, 60, of Stoyestown, died Friday at the nome of a brother, K. S. Lohr, at Wilkinsburg. She leaves her husband, J. W. Bittner, three sisters and one brother. Seeking Factory Tenant. Meyersdaie Industrial Association is seeking a new tenant for the vacant shirt factory building. It had been hoped that the Dann Manufacturing Company, which had taken a lease on the property, would take it over but the deal fell through somehow. Joseph Good Dies. Joseph Good. 58, of MacDonald- ton, died Wednesday in Hazel McGilvery Hospital. He is survived by his wife, three children, two sisters and one brother. Mrs. Delia Caldwell 0cad. Mrs. Delia Brown Caklwell, a former resident of Meyersdaie and for years a public school teacher and later a private teacher, died in Miami, Fla., according to word received here. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Brown. She is survived by her father and one sister. Emergency Tax Bills Held Up Another Week News of Tri-Town Community HAHRISBURG, Mar. 15. -- The eight bills endorsed by Governor Arthur H. James to continue for two years 5163,000,000 \vorth of emergency relief taxes will not reach the House floor this week, Chairman Edwin Winner of the powerful House ' Ways and Means Committee told the United Press today. Winner expressed confidence, however, that the Legislature would "go along" with the James recommendation that no new tuxes be levied and that more than a dozen proposed levies would be shelved by the Ways and Means Committee. Some of the new levies, including an amusement tax of one cent for each 25 cents admission, and tax law amendments were sponsored by Winner himself. Winner declined comment on reasons for holding the emergency tax 'bills in committee another week but other sources indicated many of the G. O. P. majority members who campaigned on a tax-reduction platform wtr» still balky. Ont of them, Representative Herbert G. Gates, R., Armstrong, urged his majority colleagues last night to remember the party platform and fulfill it by enacting a flat two per cent income tax to relieve the burden on real estate and repeal the five- mill capital stock tax to encourage industry. "i plead with you," Gates said, "to sbide by the Republican party platform and pass these bills." The quarterly rally of the Connellsville subdistrict Epworth League ! was held Friday evening in the Philip G. Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church. The ra!ly was in charge of the president, Thomas Do- I Bolt. After the devotions, which | were led by Kiss Imogcne Frazier, I Miss Mac Webster gave an interesting talk on missionary work in the United States. After a short business session, the group played games under the direction of Ralph O'Brien, fourth vice-president. There were leaguers present from Star Junction, Monarch, Dunbar, ConnellsviUe, Vanderbilt, Brysn and Dawson. Refreshments were served by the hostess league. The rally closed with a "Friendship Circle." Mrs. Anna Ambrose and daughter Jewel, Mr. and Mrs. William Ambrose and Vincent Haas of Masontown visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gaal of North Dawson and Mrs. Julia Ambrose of Vanderbiit. Mrs. George Donovan of Penn State is visiting her parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Cottorn of Railroad Street. Mrs. Claude Barfoot of Liberty] who has been ill of Bronchitis and influenza, is improving. Mrs. Carl Budd of Cochran street is ill at her home. Mrs. Harry Shallenberger of Liberty is recovering from an attack of influenza. Wilkes-Barre Papers Remain Strike-Bound By United Press. WILKES-BARRE, Mar. 15.--Picketing has been resumed at tlie plants oJ; Wilkcs-Barrc's three'Strike- bound daily newspapers on the orders ol the American Newspaper Guild. The guild executive committee, j which ordered picketing discontinued during settlement conferences, called for restoration of the lines following a breakdown in negotiations with publishers. The plants have been closed since Octobei' 3, two days after editorial workers struck over terms of a new contract. Bill Would Permit City Manager Rule HARRISB'JRG, Mar. 15.--Senator Samuel L. Gilson, D., Erie, introduced a bill today to permit the State's 44 third class cities to adopt the city manager form o£ government. Jail Counterfeit Source. COLUMBUS, Ohio K,ar. 15.--Ohio Penitentiary was disclosed by Acting. Warden W. F. Amrine as the source of convict-made counterfeit money, circulated both inside and outside the walls. Faces Larceny Charge. PITTSBURGH, Mar. 15.--Homesick, Joseph F. Keller, Washington, D. C., taxi driver, who cii'ove a cab to Uniontown where he abandoned it after notifying police, then went on to see his family at Finleyville, must Joce Federal trial on grand larceny sharges. Judge F. P. Schoonmaker ordered Koller sent to Washington's district court after he pleaded guilty here. IiCmlint; Piano Firm Will Sacrifice Small-Size For very small balance. Responsible parly may take over for terms low as SI. weekly. Piano Is almost new and fully guaranteed. After seeing it, we will tune and deliver t o - y o u r home. Also Betsy Ho*s Spinet at attractive price. For appointment and Infor- .mation write-] F. A. NORTH P1ASO CO. Inc. I 1533 Chestnut Si. Phila. MORE FOR FOR In New 1939 For Every Room! Mora Quality! More value,' Greater selection! Come'. See th* d e l i g h t f u l new patternn ajid colors for 1939! Sold with Borders: Correct technique of the Lmnbotn Wnlk is demonstrated by two sols of triplets, the De Mellier girls and the Van Ardoy boys, at n birthday party a I Ron;,cvcH, L. I. Cau^iU in (.lie act oC the "Oi" and the thumb flick, they are (left to right) : Ann, Betty and Carol De Meliicr; Cucsar, Franklin and Conrad Van Ardoy, f Central Preen) News of the lj)ay at Ohiopyle Special to The Courier. OHIOPYLIi. Mar. 15.--Mr. and Mrs. Stnnlon S. Kinner of Scottdale /visited Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rush Sunday. .. Miss MeCahar. spent the week-end at her home in ConnellsviUe. Mrs. Dorothy Navoney of Monongahela visited over the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jackson. Miss Irene Jackson returned home Friday from a several weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Slrickenberg, at Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Jean Holt of Pittsburgh spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Emanucl Burnworth of Pittsburgh visited Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burnworth and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burnworth. Mr. and Mrs. John JVIartin and son Jack of ConnelJsville visited Sunday with Mrs. Martin's parents, Mr. and | Mrs. J. H. Woodmency. Mr?. Sara Robinson, who has spent the past month in Ohiopyle, left for Meyersdaie to visit with relatives. Miss Helen Hochstetter, a student at California State Teachers College. spent the week-end with her parents, | Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hochstetter. i Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hower and j son ot Uniontown spent Tuesday I morning calling on Ohiopyle ac' quaintances. The Townsend Club will hold a meeting Monday night, March 20, in the Baptist Church. Miss Betty Helterbranfl is on the sick list. Harvey Corristan of Sewickley has ! arrived to attend the funeral of his i father, William G. Corristan. To License Photographers. Letters Granted. HARRISBU.RG. Mar. 15.--A bill to GREENSBURG, Mar. 15.--Letters license photographers was introduced ! of administration on the estate of in the Legislature by Representative! Charles N. Parker, late of East Hunt- E. Kent Kane, Republican, of Me- j ingdon township, were granted to Kean. The fee for a professional : ' Eva R. Parker. The personal estate photographer would bc x $25. i is valued at S125. Twins May Join Mother in Jail Laundry Workers To Receive Pay Of 30 Cents Hour Lorraine Nixon, whose motherhood betrayed her as an escaped prisoner from Sherbom Reformatory in 193G, is pictured fit Dorchester, Mass., before her return to a cell. Dr. Miriam van Waters, shovm with the ·woman's twin sons, has promised that she wil! have the babies sent to her J n the reformatory. The children and their mother ore in excellent health. (Central Pressj By United Press. HARRISBURG, Mnr. 15.--Labor and Industry Secretary Louis G, Hines today issued a minimum wage order, effective March 20, establishing a 30-cent an hour base Cor women iind' minors employed in Pennsylvania's laundry industry. Kincs said the order follows a "directory period" since October 1, 1938, during which time approximately 90 per cent of the industry complied with a similar temporary order. The order makes mandatory tlicit pay for women and minors in laundry work for more than 16 hours a week shall "be not loss than 30. cents per hour, and those working less than 16 hours a week shell receive a par!, time rate o£ lot Jess than 33 cents an hour." Skihos Spill Temple. Carnegie Tech defeated Temple, 38 j to 36, to create a deadlock for first I place in the Eastern Intercollegiate 1 Basketball Conference. The Skibos ! are tied with Georgetown for first ! place, necessitating a 'playoff. i DR. W. L. MONSER Optometric Eye Specialist GLASSES McCrory Bids:. Phone 707 ConncHsville, Pa. » T s Ionic Minstrels Coming Sand Tatch Woman Dies. SOMERSET, Mar. 15.--Mrs. Henrietta Mankameyer Fair. 82 years old, died Sunday night at her home at Sand Patch, R. D. I. She was a native of Somerset county and was n sister of Joseph Mankameyer of Meyersdaie. Electricity O u t p u t Gains. Production o£ electricity [or the week ended March 4 was 2,244,OL4,- j 000 kilowatt hours compared to 2,035,673,000 in the similar 1938 week, an increase of 10.2 per cent, according to Edison Electric Institute. Due to increasing demand, the World's Tonic Minstrels will return to our city this coming summer to present a return engagement oftheirbig,FREESHOW. Many of you remember whenthebigFREESHOW played here for a number of weeks, several years ago. As before/ the big show will be given on a vacant lot, conveniently located and large enough to accommodate the anticipated immense crowds. All this should be great news (or thousands of our old local friends. Watch for the opening date. The famousWorld'sTonic, in improved form, is for sale at all Drug Stores. (J-D Arrested as Hit-Run Driver and Involves Brother in Incident Special to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 15.--When the ownership of an automobile that is alleged to have struck and injured Dewey Shafi'er of High House near his home lust January 25 was traced to Zelnick S. \Varnick ol near High House. He was apprehended Friday by State Motor Police P. D. Bowser. Warnick was hold-on a charge of hit and run. Warnick is reported to have va- j cated the locality shortly after the i accident and not u n t i l a few days ago i returned. I Me wns arrested and arraigned j before Alderman C. B. Smith. According to officers, Warnick do- i nicd implication in the crash but involved his brother, Ray Warnick, of Dunbar, claiming it was his brother ;md not he who was the driver of the machine. The brother was then arrested. Both were committed to the county jail to await a hearing. The accident occurred according to the investigating authorities late fit night and following the crash, the driver of the car switched oft.' his lights and sped away in the darkness. Fortunately the vic'im was not badly hurt and was able to identify tl'R machine. See our special selection of St Patrick's Day flowers to wear or for party favors. GREEN CARNATIONS ea. 10c OgleveeSons FLORISTS 113 South Pittsliurg Street Phone iii. ANNOUNCE of the New UGS Direct from the Whittall at Worcester, Mass. You linve waited for the new "Wliittnll's. And this spring, the news of their arrival on our iioors is of greater importance than ever. Thio lo re-organization at the mill. On Jan. 1, the Whittall f a m i l y resumed' operating the business founded )y the late 3E. J. WJiittall 58 years uiro. Family pride assures the mills wiJI c o n t i n u e to turn out the finest rugs and carpets of their kind in America. If not an even better product. luxuriously beautiful designs and color schemes. Mone discontinued, none shopworn. Stop in ami ash to see them. Xo obligation. Our salesmen are at your service. 15 Years Finest Wilton Rugs Made in America Complete Home Furnishers Since 1891 WhittaH's Exclusive Agents

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