The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 1, 1938 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 1, 1938
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Ttll'J UAIL.Y UOUIIIEU. CONNEL,LSVILL,li. PA. TUESDAY,-MARCH 1, 103S. PERSONAL MENTION "" Mrs. S. |B. Dull of South Cottage ; avenue who has been conlincd to her home for the past week, is able to" be about. ' i · Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad-' vcrtiscmenjt.-- 9oct-tf. - · . .Mr. and Mrs.'Clarence Porter of Brownsville were Connellsvillc call- i ers Saturday evening. · - | Spring coats and . plain dresses, i dry cleaned and pressed, 49c. Simons | . Cash' Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- I · · monk--25fcb-7t. · ' . | Rny Woodward of Uniontown was a Conncllsville shopper Friday. · Get Fayctte's delicious. Hard Rolls flt your favorite grocer's every T'ucs- day, Thursday and Friday.--Adver- ' tisement.--lmar-3t. ; . : ; :Dn.Stuarf.SCcaCOf East Crawford avenue has resumed his practice at the Medical Building in South Pittsburg street, having been ill at his -home for a few-days -.-. '.': Keystone "Club ""500" "nnU~Wngo,' · Wednesday night, 8:30, Odd Fellows Temple, 25c.--Advertisement.--1-VC Frank · Shyrock has returned \o Pittsburg. having visited Dr. and Mrs. J. Harold. Dull jn South Cottage . avenue. _ Thornton Deas returned to Atlanta, Ga.. Monday after w visit a t , the. home of Attorney and Mrs. John . Duggari, Jr., South Pittsburg street, ' for a week".". ."" . " ' . ' . Mr. and' Mrs. Ray Flesher of Wooster, Ohio, spent the'week-end with the former's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Flesher of Fourth street, West Side. They returned home today. Louise DeHufT of Race street motored to Johnstown today to attend a dinner dance to be given by the Ccn- ' tral Pennsylvania Dental Society at the Fort'Stamvix Hotel this evening. She'will return home Wednesday. Mr. and Mr.i. Ray Hccrian of Flint, Mich., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Mestrezat o f ' West Washington -avenue over the wcck- · en:!. ; ..... M r . - a n d - M r s . - F r e d Swankier of ·Wilkes-Barrc, who were called to · - Scottdale by the death of the -lattcr's .mother, Mrs. Walburga -Mater..-left today, .for their home. They visited at the home of Mr. Swanklcr's moth. er, Mrs. Elizabeth Swankier, of 607 Snyder street, and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.. J. C. Coughcnour, of Bobbins street. Miss Anna Weincr of Altoona returned horrfe Sunday after a week's visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Shulman of 115. Lincoln avenue. Miss Weiner was delightfully entertained by several friends. Mrs. .Wayne E. Bryner, who .was .seriously ill at the home of her par.. cnts, Mr. .and Mrs. Homer D.. May, . 219 South street, is slightly improved. ; Dr. and Mrs.~ Louis Shrallow were »t Johnstown today where Dr. Shral- low attended the dental clinic of · Central Pennsylvania, Seventh Dis- -trict Dental Society, held at the Fort Stanwix Hotel. Mrs. Sidney Moser returned home ' 'Monday from Philadelphia where she spent a week with her daughter, Miss Catherine Moser, who is a "Westinghouse industrial nurse in that city. Aunt Het By. ROBERT QUILLEN "I don't see what Bill got married for. He could o' wasted his own money, and most anybody would o' been glad to wear out ·his car for him." York City and Clarence of Dccrf'iold, I Ohio. The body arrived, in Scotuble t Monday night and was removed to / the home of a brolher-in-l;iw, H./ Clinton Porter, in Homestead j i v e n u q where tlie funeral service will b; · held Wednesday afternoon at ?.::iU | o'clock witli Cemetery. interment in Scottdalo Household Service Rally This Evening; To Explain Project UNIONTOWN, Mar. 1.--The last of a scries of three meetings to acquaint (he public with activities of a Statewide WPA household service demonstration project will be held in the courthouse auditor- 7 o'clock with Dr, as the principal J1KS. AMELIA HUGHES GKKENSBUHC. M a r . l.-Mrs. ^O'ette county Amelia Hughes, widow of Edinan ' ""» tonight at : Hushes, died at 11:30 o'clock Mon- ' Anu 'y Watson of Havcrford, State ; d a y moniins in the Westmoreland ' supervisor of this particular work- Hospital following :i short illness. ! She was 48 years old. Surviving are two daughter. 1 :, Mrs. Victor Herring and Mrs. John Sighman, both of GrconsburK. Kour grandchildren, a sister and four brothers also survive. Mrs. John W. Greaves, and J. T. F.radlcy, both of Uniontown: Brnja- relief project, speaker. Miss M. Eloise York, supervisor of women's and professional projects in the WPA district, embracing Fayette, Washington and Greene counties, who will be the meeting chairman, «'' U'" 1 '« w » s « f P rlmc importance I m i n Bradley of Allison, Pa..'and Al- i l ° homemakcrs and women seeking j bcrt Bradley of Toledo, Ohio. She employment as hired help in do- was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary, American Legion, of Dunbar. The funeral service will be held at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon in thc Christ Episcopal Church in charge of Grim Reaper J. M. COLEMAN .... J. M.. Colcman, CO years, four .months nrid 28 days old, died-Monday afternoon at 1:45 o'clock at the home of W. W. Ulcry at Krcgar of complications, Mr. Coleman was a former Jury i eOmmi.ssoiner of Westmoreland coun- j ty and was associated with the Union | Supply Company at Trauger and later opened « store of his own at Lyeippus which he operated for years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nettie Park Coloman, and two sisters. Mrs. W. W. Ulery ot Krcgar, and Mrs. Edward Aukerman of Pittsburgh. The funeral service will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Ulery home at Kregar with Rev. Candless, pastor of the Pleasant Unity Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment will be made in Ligonier Cemetery. LASH USED ON MAN WHO BEAT WIFE Continued from Page One. »nd sentenced him. With both eyes completely closed, her face bleeding, barely able to speak because of the swollen condition of her mouth, Mrs. Miller testified that her husband had beaten her partly because ho had been beaten by the other men. Mrs. Miller said it was the third time he had beaten her--"once for each year of our married life." !He served time in prison lor a-previous beating. · · · - . · - · "That didn't do him any good at all," she said. "Maybe this lashing will teach him a lesson. : "Anyway, .the first money. I* get" I am going to get. a lawyer andidlvorcc him." . The Millers have no children. Mrs. Miller has a child by a: previous marriage. mestic establishments. One of the principal objectives, she said, is- to aid in setting up standards of household employment which will make it more attractive Rev. Dr. W. F. Shore. Ph.D. Inter- I ; l s a fleld £or women; and which will mcnt will be in the Mount Auburn ' bL ' ttcr thc situation from the stand- Cemetery at Dwnbar. NICHOLAS MCCARTNEY UNIONTOWN, Mar. 1.--For yi-ars a resident of Farminliton, MicMolas McCartney, -fifi, died Monday morning at 9:10 from a heart affvct ton r,t i thc home of a sister-in-law, Mrr. W.' R. McCartney. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon with a prayer at 2 o'clock in the McCartney home, followed by service. 1 : in Oie Sansoin Chapel at Farmington. Interment will be in thc church cemetery. .TKSSE A. ItAKER Jesse Arnold Baker, colored, died at 4 o'clock this morning lit 137 North point of tlie housewife. To this end, she added, the project is being set up to render a community service which-Informs the public of the techniques of household work and thc responsibilities of employers and employes. The project is an expansion of thc Household Workers Training pro- nr;\m operated In 193G from the Federal Emergency Relief Administration funds in 17 states. As a result of that program, approximately ·1,800 women obtained certificates and were placed in homes of domestic employers who expressed willingness to malnatin acceptable working standards. Wages were higher than thc aver- WOMEN OF CITY GATHER FRIDAY FOR PRAYERS j World Day of Prayer, for women ; of all denominations, will be observed i Friday at the Christian Cimrch. Sos- j sions will begin at 10 o'clock and I conclude at -1. Churches of Conncllsvilh, Dawson, Dunbar, Vanderbilt arid other nearby localities arc embraced in the plans for the service. Women ore to bring their own lunches. A committee of the Christian Church will serve coffee. Mrs. Carroll B. Fisher is to be in charge ot the program. Mrs. J. L. Proudflt is in general charge of the service. FATHER ATTEMPTS TO DEAL DIRECT i WITH KiDNAPSRS: Band Ilfhcarsal Deferred. Rehearsal of the American Legion Band scheduled for tonight, has been cancelled for this week owing to the basketball game at the High School. There will be a rehearsal next week. Continued from Page One. to retrain from having their representatives telephone my home or I congregating In the vicinity. Until I I have had a reasonable opportunity to work this out, 1 shall give no : further information. | "I beg my friends and the public i to leave my home and telephone ; alone. AH people of decent senti- [ mcnt will understand and respect j my wishes." · j Reed Vetterli, agent in charge o t ' the metropolitan headquarters of the ! Federal Bureau of Investigation, re-' fused to discuss the case, but said; the bureau would act In deference to Lcvlne's wishes. The New Rochellc | police deportment, Tildcn said, "has; agreed to lay off this case for the! time being to give the father a chance to make contacts with these kid- naiiers." | · · · Lcvinc remained at home, near * telephone, with his wife, Minnie, and their daughter, Helen, 10, anxiously awaiting word of Peter's - whereabouts. When he disappeared, he was wearing corduroy knickers, brown oxfords, a blue sweater and a red windbrcaker with a hood such as football players wear between halves. STARVED By ^STOMACH PAINS *jf Caused by Excess Acid Too much storaACh acid e*n Pood doesn't digest properly. Rive* you pain and heart* burn, voa feel burning a ttons, bloat and belch continually Youdon'tcatasyoushould and of ten lose woifjht fast. Do not t»k« halfway mcuum or .. . UDCA Tablet* to alia* acid stomach distress Only SI fora full week's convincing treatmciuonUDCA*SpoMtivcffUiranteeof Batisfactionormoneybaek. Ask for Udom at UNION DRUG COnpANY and all good drug stores. alley. He is survived by his parents, I age for the locality in which they Mr. and Mrs. Emmctt Baker, and one ' worked, while hours ot work were brother. shorter. The demand for workers in The funeral service will he held the Held of household employment, Thursday afternoon at the homr of Miss York pointed out, is indicated his grandmother, Mrs. Nol.i Baker, j by the fact that approximately1,000 135 North alley. trainees took Jobs in private industry before the completion of their courses. · MltS. REBECCA HARTMAN Mrs. Rebecca McDowell Hartman, 75 years old, widow ol John. Hartman who preceded her in death a number of years ago, died Monday at the home of a niece, Mrs. Harry Sager, at Somerset. Mrs. Hartman was born at Dunbar j in 18C3 and had resided there and in Conncllsville the greater portion of her life and since the death of her husband had been making her home with members of the family. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Emma Pill, of Parsons, W. Va. There are a number of nieces and nephews, among them John G. Senor and Mrs. Ray G. Holsing, both of Dunbar. The funeral service will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. IVIndbcr Younjr Man Dies. SOriERSET, March 1.--Leonard Turcato, 21, of Windbcr, died in Windber Hospital Friday. A son of Mrs. Louise Bennett Turcato and the late Joseph Turcato, he is survived by his mother, three sisters and five brothers. Leave Hospital. John W. Snxa of Conncllsville and Maxmillian Klocck of. Trotter have been discharged from Brownsville General Hospital where they received treatment. OTJS MncBETlI SCOTTDALE. Mar. 1.--Otis MacBeth, 51 years old, died suddenly Saturday evening in the Revcnnn, Ohio, hospital where he had been taken Friday. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William H. MacBeth of Scottdale and for the past several years had been making his home with a brother, Clarence, nt Decr- fiQld, Ohio. He leaves his wife, Zella Morrow MacBeth, and three children, Harold of Newton Falls, Ohio, Esther of Akron, Ohio, and Ernest of California state. There are four brothers, John MacBeth of Scottdale, William of Zancsvllle, Ohio, Grant of New Oarelpwlth Zoulle-- -l teaspoon ofZoalto to half Klasi water. Zonttcis!) Jtfrnfi mitt actltt Utait am/ Mer jmular. nan-potxnoui w«- icpttcf Standard laboratory tosts prore this. " Zonltbdontroys all kinds of o n t o n t r o y s a i n s of cold cerm-U conlaal And It soothn your throat nt ths snzno time. You can taste ana actually fcrl ZmtU'i meatanal tfftat Right away, your throat focli! better. Get ZonUo at your drug- pfcos* you. Today and Tomorrow .... Winner of Saturday's Bicycle .. Miss lillpii Stcwnrt of JBn'ld.ivIn Arc., City CONNELLSVILLE'S BEST Today and Tomorrow noi;i?u: KKATI.-IIK PKOCRA.U Only a Clever Girl Would Have Dared --XIUIIJEU OXK-- In the heart of fha world's biggeit city... a hunted girl with n-pajt finds hor "KWeowt" ght in the ipottight of faniaf .-_. ..-..v. ..;v."~TM5~/i" v ,.. WE'RE WARNING YOU!!! You're iroinir to the sliotk of your life ivhon you sec .... 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