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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THR DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLB. PA. THURSDAY, MAB.CH 3, 103S. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. C. C. Murray of Pittsburgh visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graft in Orchard avenue, Tuesday and Wednesday. Oppman's Taxi. .Phone 700.--Ad- 'vcrtlsement,--9oct-ff, . . . . . ';:.: Mr.- nnd Mrs. B. W. McCartney, Mrs. William Britt and daughter, j - and George Swallop^.and son at i , tended the funeral service for Nicholas McCartney, held Wednesday, af- ·,,- tcrnoon at the Sampson; Chapel. at Farmington. Mr. McCartney was'an uncle of B. F. McCartney, Mrs. Britt and Mr. Swallop. Spring coats and plaim dresses, .dry cleaned and pressed, 40c. Simons ,;Cash Carry .Cleaners.--Advertise.-. . ment.--25f eb-7t. :; Dr. Kichard E. Swivel of Hunting' don, Pa., spent (Wednesday evening ' with Mr. and Mrs. S. M. DeHuff of ' Race street. ·- Dr.-Swivel--is- a-mem- ·' ber of the Pennsylvania State Dental - Board and a cousin of Mr. DeHuff. Get Fayettc's delicious Hard Rolls ;,at your favorite-grocer's every Tues-~day, .Thursday and Friday.--Adver- r'tiscmcnt.--lmar-3t. ' . ,,, ' Miss Florence E. Duggan, daugh-. :'. tor of Attorney and Mrs. John Dug-. '.' san, Jr., o! South Pittsburg street, - is visiting friends, in Washington, D. - C., for a few days. -· Troop 8, Boy Scouts, will hold a -.'food sale at Conriellsville Paint ~ Glass Store, S. Pittsburg street, Sat" urday, March 5th.--Advertisement. --3mar-2t, Robert Bceman, a student at Pennsylvania State College, visited his '.·parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Becman of South Eighth street. Greenwood. Friday. He -was accompanied to school by his sister, Miss Dorothy, and Miss June Martin, last of Dun. bar, who were guests at the senior ball Saturday evening. Miss Bce- man nnd Miss Martin returned home Sunday. They were accompanied by William Myers. · · ;. Penny bingo, Jr. O. U. A. M., Odd - Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg -- street, Friday night, -8:30.--Advor- ~ tisemcnt.--3mar-2t. ~ Robert-Myers will leave Saturday ·^ for Waggoner, 111., where he ·will spend a few months with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bru- · baker. Robert Is the son of Rev. and - Mrs. F. A. Myers of East Green . street. ·', Rummage sale, First M. E. Church .- basement. Saturday, March 5th, at ·; 8:30 A. M. Anyone having dona- ;; tlons leave at Church or calr.-702-J. - --Advertisement.--3mar-2t. ' Mrs. Donald Suffern and small son, Donnie, of Dunbar were guests - Wednesday at the home of Mr. and ,· Mrs. C. A. Beeman, of South Eighth "street, Greenwood. 200 Adorable, new $3.00 spring ;. frocks, special, $1.95. Princess Shop. '.' --Advertisement.--3mar-2t. .,'. Mrs. James J. Driscoll of Sycamore ; street Is visiting her sons-in-law and . daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. .Harrcr and Mr. and Mrs. Rodger W. ;,McNaughton at Mount Pleasant, /or ·_« few days. - Mrs. H. W. Groff of Uniontown .7Visitcd her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and:Mrs. John Senor and : M Mr. and Mrs. James M. Driscoll, ^Wednesday afternoon. r: Improvement is reported in the :: condition o£ Mrs. E. T. Lyne, who has . been critically ill of n heart condition at her home in East Gibson ave- -.nuc. · ' ~ The condition of Mrs. Elsie Yaw -Brodcrick, who has been undergoing ~ treatment at Conncllsville State Hospital, . has not been favorable for several days. Further blood transfusions will be given in an effort to counteract the inroads of blood stream infection. '*. Aunt Met By ROBERT QUILLEN "I'm glad I was raised in the country. We didn't have any close 'neighbors to keep up with, so'l didn't get the habit while I was young and 'simple." i Whaley ot Baltimore and Jesse, C. B. · and Paul C. at homo. There are 24 grandchildren, three sisters and four brothers: Mrs. Mary Decker and Mrs. Elizabeth Oppcr- man of Hazelwood. Mrs. Arthin Martin and Wlllinm Askcy of I'crry- opolis. John of Scottdalo, Gijorge of Belle Vcrnon and Robert of Star ! Junction. · I The funeral service will i be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Pennsville Baptist' Church, with Rev. Ira Foulk officiating. Burial will be in Pennsville Independent Cemetery. FUGITIVE SURRENDERS SO REWARD CAN'T BE CLAIMED FOR CAPTURE AKTHUU SHANNON'S FUNEKAL, The funeral for Arthur Shannon, 93 years old, retired pensioner of the H. C. Frick Coke Company who died Wednesday morning after a brief illness, will be held Saturday morning. The cortege will meet at the home at West Leisenrlng at 8:30 o'clock and requiem high mass will be celebrated at St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church at Lciscnring No. 1, of which he was a member, with Rev. L. D. McNanamy ofliciat- ing. Interment will be made in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Connellsvllle. Grim Reaper MOSES ROSS THOJIAS UNIONTO'VYN, ; Mar. 3.--Moses Ross Thomas, 90 years'old, pioneer resident of Thomasdale and father of former Councilman James R. Thomas and Harrison M. Thomas of Uniontown, died Wednesday night at 7 o'clock following an extended illness. One of the early settlers of the Thomasdale district, Mr. Thomas was widely known. His wife, Dianah, preceded him in death on December 21, 1922. One daughter, Laura Susan, died March 22, 1891. A son, Jackson, passed away February 20, 1912, and another daughter, Mrs. Jennie E. Cunningham, July 20, 1D37. Mr. Thomas is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Annn^Deal, and four sons, Joseph A./and Charles S. of Thomasdule, and Harrison M. and James R. of Uniontown. The funeral service will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the family residence with Rev. George VanSickle of Marklcysburg oDlcial- ing.f Grandsons will serve-as pallbearers. FRANK NEBRASKA Frank Nebraska, 75 .years old, died at 12:45 o'clock Wednesday ^aftcr- noon at his home at Morrell after an extended illness. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Martha Nebraska, he is survived by the following children: Henry, Edward, William and Mrs. Margaret Heilly of Morrell, Mrs. Stuart Blcrcr and Mrs. Martha Miller of Uniontown, John and Joseph of Dunbar and Mrs. Leonard Slander of Springfield. Minn. There are two brothers, John of Leith and Martin of Davidson, 25 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held Saturday morning with the cortege meeting at the home at 9:30 o'clock with requiem high mass in St. Aloyslus Church' at Dunbar, Rev. Father John Lyons, pastor, will be celebrant. Interment will be made in the church cemetery. NATIONAL HONORS GIVEN D'ANNUNZIO By RALPH FORTE ., United Press Staff Correspondent. · GARDONE, Italy, Mar. 3.--Gabri- 'ele D'Arinunzio, poet-warrior, was . accorded the funeral of a national '·hero today. ·^ His body was borne aboard the ^"warship Puglia which will serve as a "; temporary resting place until a pcr- ··mahcnt masoulcum is completed on ··Maschio'Hill. ,; : The'Puglia, a gift of Premier -Bcnilo Mussolini and a naval 7museum, was dismantled and rccon- Ustrueted.ih the. garden ol D'Annun- jzio's; estate on" Lake Garda here -where he died Tuesday night. - · · The government declared the day · a national day of mourning and the flast- lites" were attended by Musso- T lini and other high fascist digni- .tarlcs. DRUG CO. 301 No. Pittsburg St. Bring Your ._.: Prescriptions"^ The Store Your Doctor Recommends AIRS. SARAH A. FELGAK SCOTTDALE, Mar. 3.--Mrs. Sarah Askey Fclgar, 62 years old, wife of Charles Fclgar of the Bellvicw district, near Connellsville, died Wednesday evening at 6:48 o'clock at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.. Ralph M Hixon of 337 Butler street, Springdale. x Mrs. Felgar had been at the Hixson home for a week and was stricken with pneumonia. ' The body was brought this morning to the Murphy funeral home anc removed to the Felgar residence. Besides her husband, Mrs. Felgar is survived by five sons and five daughters; Mrs. Ralph Hixson anc Mrs. Greydon Hixson of Springdale Miss Nora of Pittsburgh, William B. Robert L. and J. Fcrner of Scottdale Charles E. of Millvale, Mrs. Charles MRS. MARY ELLEN STJROCK SCOTTDALE, Mar: 3.--Mrs. Mary lllen Strock, 88 years old, widow of Henry W. Strock, died this morning it the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Houseman of Loucks avenue. Mrs. 'Strode was born and spent her active life at Shelby, Ohio. She was a mcm- icr ot the Presbyterian Church here. Surviving arc a son and a daughter, Arthur H. Strock of East Orange, N. J., and Mrs. Houseman. The body will be taken Saturday morning to Shelby, where the funeral service will be held. MRS. SMITH ETLING Mrs. Sarah Etling, 65 years old, wife of Smith Etiing, died at 11:35 o'clock Wednesday night at her home in Bullskin township near Pleasant Valley Country Club after a lingering illness. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon with a prayer nt the home at 2 o'clock followed by full rites at the Mount Olive United Brethren Church, at" 2:30 o'clock. Tntermcnt will be mndc in Mount Olive Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director Clyde B. Brooks of Indian Head. By United Press. PITTSBURGH, Mar. 3.--Sellers Julian. 38, alias William Alex, entered tlie United States mnrshall's office inj the Federal building today and apbroached a deputy marshal nnd said: "I want you to arrest me. I'm wanted for a liquor law violation." It wns true. Record showed Julian was wanted n connection with the operation of a 00-gallon still in Farmington, Faytte county, which was raided by late Liqjor Control Board agents vho then turned the case over to 'cdcral authorities, Julian was ar- estcd at the still during the raid ast August G and was arraigned bc- orc a Uniontown justice of the aeace. As he was being taken to Union- own jail to await trial, however, ulinn leaped from the automobile md escaped from Constable Charles Sack. "I came back to get all these ihings straightened up and to stop :nyone from getting a reward on me," he explained today as he told if hitch-hiking and traveling by bus more than GOO miles from nox- 'illc, Tenn. Taken before Judge Robert M. Ilbson.i Julian pleaded guilty to charges of operating n still and was entenccd to six month in Faycttc county jail and fined $500 and costs. Julian, the father of four children, still faces trial at Uniontown for violation of the State liquor laws nnd escape. While talking with Federal agents, :hc prisoner told of prison-breaking exploits which led the state of Tennessee to place a reward for his capture. 1 was sentenced to three years in 1921 for larceny or robbery," he said. 1 broke out of Jail five times from May 23, 1021 to February 4, 1024. MRS. MAKY J. SPIKER MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 3--Mrs. Mnry J. Spikcr, 85 years old, died at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, at the home of her son, Edward, at Bridgeport. She is survived by six children: Edward, Mrs. Mary Vcsco, Mrs. Amanda Rice, and Mrs. Margaret Echard, all of Bridgeport; Mrs. Pctrl Brown of Gary, Ind., and Mrs. Myrtle Hutchinson of Greensburg; 22 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Approve Trolley Least. 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All roads were closed by landslides, the Pacific was too rough for small boats, and Walter Wangcr had an expensive production waiting. He appealed to the Coast Guard, but that agency proved none too"gallant. It said they did not intend to rescue any ladies in distress, not even the beauteous Miss Carroll, until and if her plight became more alarming. Numerous film personalities were isolated in their mountain homes, while George Marshall, the director, started for work from his canyon house-7-and never got there. No particular fear was felt for his safety, even though his studio could not locate him. Shirley' Temple, number one box ofBce actress, spent last night in her bungalow on the Fox lot. The roads to her home were impassable. Warners rigged n dormitory on the end of a sound stage for the chorines in "Gold Diggers of Paris." Those film personalities who tried to drive their automobiles had uniformly tough luck. Franchot Tone had to thumb B lift on a truck. Six Fathers Arrested But Students Remain Onjthool "Sjrike" j By United Press, j ' KANE, Pa., Mar.p.--Justice of the cace Emlle Stonger said Way a icaring would be given tomorrow to ix fathers who kept their 13 chil- ' dren from the one-room Morrison! chool in protest'against the rein- tatement of a dismissed teacher, Mrs. Christine Prentice. The children were still out* of :chool today, however. The fifth time I hopped a ride out on a shift engine, working in the prison yard." · THE NEW TONIGHT--at about 9 p. m. conrttw MM-RU. a. s. PM. ofL A Sensational, New Thrill- A-Minute Movie Game S125 in PRIZES! 10 Cash Winners y-'^v*.*.-^,W'-ty'ty.'* ·'*·+· J 1 - *·*:?^'£ ·'·?T. : -(i : ''-''J~ v ' \;V. 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