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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 5, 1938
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f AOE SIX. THR DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 193S. PERSONAL MENTION FOREIGN WAR VETS WILL MEET MONDAY ! Mrs. C. H. Weisgcrber, Mr. and " ' 'Mrs. W. J. Weisgcrber, Mrs. C. A. Burket and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burk- holdcr will motor to Wheeling, W. Va., Sunday to visit at the home oJ ' Mrs. C. H. Weisgerber's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Palmer. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- .vertisement.--9oct-tf. Mrs. Kate Jacobs of Pittsburgh is the 'guest of Mrs. J. C. Jacobs of Liberty. · . "500" and bingo, P. H. C. Hall, Saturday night, 25c. Lunch.--Ad- vertisement.--4mar-lt. Mrs. H. P. Shumaker is ill of bron- - chitis at her home on Spear's Hill, Dunbar. 200 Adorable, new S3.00 spring frocks, special, $1.95. Princess Shop. --Advertisement.--3mar-2t. Mrs. Earl Grindle of West Homestead, -who had been confined to her bed for the past two weeks with grip .and pleurisy, is. able to be about, Mrs. Grindle is the former Miss Annamao-Edmunds of the West Side. Spring coats and plain dresses, dry cleaned ahd'presscd, 4flc. Simons Cash Cany Cleaners.--Advertise- ment.--25feb-7t x Mr. and Mrs. W. E. DeBolt and .Mr. and Mrs. John Senor of this city, Mrs. Isa Burns of Leiscnring No. 1, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Holsing, Mrs. Ed. ward Holsing of Dunbar attended the funeral service for a relative, Mrs. Rebecca McDowell Hartman, held Thursday afternoon at the home of a niece, Mrs. Harry Sagcr at Somerset, where she had resided since last October. Rummage sale by O. E. S., opposite Clarke's Drug Store, North Pittsburg ' street, Friday, March 11, 9 o'clock.-Advertisement.--mar. 5-8-10. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Henderson, Mrs. Clark Pope and Mrs. J. G. Sleighter motored to Uniontown, where the women attended a meeting of the executive committee of the Faycttc County Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Weld at the home of the ""president, Mrs. Asia BJ'Dillincr, today. Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Kearns of Logans Crossing have returned from a two -weeks' automobile trip that took them to Florida. They stopped 'at Orlando and Daytona Beach, among other places on their pilgrimage. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Inks of 404 Jefferson street and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Inks of 510 South Eighth street motored to Wllklnsburg Thursday to visit C. L. Inks' sister. Miss Harriet Inks, who is very ill at the home of » sister, Mrs. Edward Chisnell. Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., and daughter, Miss Virginia, of South Pittsburg street left for a week's sojourn at Atlantic City. Miss Ruth Kingley, a student at Margaret Morrison 'School of. Carnegie Institute of Technology at Pittsburgh, is spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lron . M. Kingley, of Wills road. Mrs. Basil J. Soisson of-Isabella road will leave tomorrow for a few days' visit in Detroit. John G. Gruen, Jr., a student at Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, is visiting his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. John G. Gruen, of Dawson over the week-end. Mrs. Isabel N. Evans and son, Charles, of South Pittsburg street left today for Long Island, N. Y., - where they-will .be" the guests of friends for a few days. Former Local Girl Mother. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Walther of Placedo Junction, Tex., announce the birth. of a son, Thomas Robert Walther, February 26. The new arrival, the'second child and son in the family, tipped the scales at 10 pounds. Mrs. Walther is the former Miss Laurel Oglevee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Oglevee of near Morrell. Mr. Walther is a former resident of South Connellsville. vNcwcll "Woman. Dic. Mrs. Mary E. White, 82, widow of George White, died Thursday morning, at-her. home, at..Newell. She leaves three children, four grandchildren and three: great-grandchildren. · - · In-'Frick- Hospital;John Lee of Mount Pleasant was admitted this morning to Frick.Me- morial Hospital where ho will be a patient for .treatment. , ; Aunt Het By ROBERT QUTT.T.KN "I'm always thankful for company. You can't appreciate the peace and quiet of home till you have a lot o" company leave." I Walter E. Brown Post, Veterans of · Torcign Wars, will meet Monday | night at 8 o'clock in the post home in South Pittsburc street. PENNSVILLE, Mar. 4. -- Misses Eva Jean and Ethel Miller of Connellsville were callers Sunday nvc-' ning at the home of Mrs. M. E. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clark ot Connellsville were calling on friends Monday evening. Bradcn Brcakiron, who hus been very ill during the past several weeks, is slowly improving. Mrs. Sarah Miller of Steubenvillc, Ohio, a former resident, was visiting relatives and friends this week. Evangelistic services will begin at the Pennsvillc Evangelical Church Sunday evening. Rev. Miller is pastor. Grim Reaper J REESE FUNERAL FAIRMONT, W. Va., Mar. 5.--The funeral service for Walter L. Rctsc, 41 years old, one of Fairmont's best known residents who died in St. Mary's Hospital at Clarksburg Thursday morning at 1 o'clock, was held this afternoon at the home at 1267 Fcnnimore street. The body will be taken to Scottdale, Pa., where burial will be made tomorrow. Mr. Reese had been ill n few. weeks and recently it was found necessary for him to undergo an operation. Because of his weakened condition he could not withstand the shock. Mr. Reese was an engineer and draughtsman for the Fairmont Machinery Company and had been located here for several years, coming to this city from Scottdale, Westmoreland county. Pa. Deceased leaves his wife, formerly Miss Irene Condon of Mount Pleasant, Pa., and a daughter, Joanna, eight years old. Mrs. Reese is prominently identified with local musical circles and is a member of the Woman's Club and the glee club of the junior department. MRS. SIARY E. RODEHEAVER Mrs. Mary Ellen Rodeheaver, prominent 74-year-old resident of Dunbar, died Wednesday night at 11:15 o'clock at the home of a son, Foster Rodeheaver, at Dunbar, R. D. She had been in failing health for several months. She leaves her husband, C. C. Rodehcaver, and the following children: Charles of Smock, Troy of Terra Alta, W. Va., John of Uniontown, Orie of Akron,. Ohio, George of Connellsville, Foster of Dunbar, R D., Mrs. Luke Rcckart ot Hazolton L W. Va., Mrs. Nora Savage of Long Run, N. Y., and Mrs. Ralph Raupach of Lcisenring There are also 2i grandchildren and 'these sisters and brothers: Mrs. Anna Sharps. Mrs, Grace McDce, Mrs. Louise LaRue, Raleigh Squires, Charles Squires, Ray Squires, Sherrard Squires, Ernest Squires and Walter Squires. The funeral was conducted this afternoon with n brief service at the son's home followed by full rites in Laurel · Hill Presbyterian Church. Rev. William King officiated. Burial was made in Laurel Hill Cemetery. MRS. MARY MAY SOMERSET, Mar. 5.--Mrs. Mary May, 8", formerly of Buffalo Mills and manager up until last year of the Arlington Hotel at Hyndman, died Friday morning at her home at Jenncrstown. She was daughter of the late George and Sarah Troutman Shirley and leaves two children, two brothers, three sisters, 20 grandchildren, two great- grandchildren and two great-great- grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clo'ck Sunday afternoon at the Madley Lutheran Church. Intermenl will be made in the church cemetery. MRS. JOSEPH SZYANTEK Mrs. Sophia Szyantck, 30, wife ot Joseph Sjyantck of Ralph, died suddenly Thursday morning in Uniontown Hospital of bronchial pneumonia and an autopsy was ordered to Paramount Theatre Today Only Hollywood's Newest '". : · v T9 st . crn US* in 'Unknown Ranger' .- .Featuring Bob Allen Johnny Jfack Brown starring in 'Wild West Days' (Episode !)) ' COMING MONDAY, TUESDAY s Pagan love songs to an amorous holres* In the glamorous desert-where the nights are so lone and Pennsville determine cause of death. She leaves her husband, three children, her mother, three brothers and three sisters. The funeral service was held this afternoon. MRS. OSBORNE'S FUNERAL. The funeral service for Mrs. May Whetscl Osborne, wife of Ewing A. Osborne who died Tuesday, will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at her home at Upper Mlddletown with Rev. Burnworth officiating. Interment will be made in the nearby cemetery. JOHN" FORSXTHE SOMERSET, Mar. 5.--John For- sythc, 61, of Central City, died Thursday at a Johnstown hospital . Unmarried, he is survived by three brothers and two sisters. The funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home. Interment will be made In GraefTs Cemetery nearby. MRS. MARGARET R. SUSANEK Mrs. Margaret Roth Susanek, 65 years old, of Sullivan's Crossing, mother of Patrolman Frank Roth of Uniontown, died Friday at the Uniontown Hospital. *· MISS LENA GUESJIAN Miss Lena Gucsman, 50 years old, died Friday nt her home at Uniontown. Loreffa M, Sheridan, Charleroi-Monessen Hospital Head, Dies Miss Lorcttn M. Sheridan, a native of Scottdalc and for the past 12 years superintendent of the Charleroi- Monessen' Hospital, died nt 8:18 o'clock Thursday night at Charleroi of complications after an operation. I Miss Sheridan assumed her duties at the hospital at Charleroi January 30, 1926, going there from Cumberland, Md., where she had received her training in Western Maryland Hospital. Miss Sheridan was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Sheridan of Scottdale and i.-j survived by, three sisters: Miss Anna Sheridan of ChnrlcroI-Monessan Hospital, Mrs. Rex Hoop of Cumberland, Md., nnd Sister Carrissimn of the Convent of Notre Dame at Baltimore, Md, The funeral mnss will be held Monday morning at S o'clock at St. Jerome's Homan Catholic Church at Charleroi. Interment will be made in St. Patrick's Cemetery at Savage, Md. Two-Week Session Of Criminal Court Will Open Monday UNIONTOWN, Mar. 4.--Two weeks of criminal court of the March term will open Monday morning with jurors being scheduled to report at 10 o'clock for roll call. Judge H. S. Dumbauld, who charged the grand jury, will preside in Courtroom No. 1 and will hear three homicide cases scheduled for the term. He will also impose sentence on all pleas entered between Monday and the first Monday in June. Judge Russell Carr will preside In Courtroom No. 2 and will hear all appeals from rulings of State Liquor Control Board. President Judge Harry A. Cotlom will preside in Courtroom No. 3 and will sign all decrees in divorce granted during the term. Atvcrton Man Seeks New Trial. GREENSBURG, Mar. 4--Attorneys for Russell Brecglc of Alverton today filed a motion for a new trial on his conviction on a statutory charge. He wns tried this week before Judge Richard D. Laird. CONNELLSVILLE'S BEST TODAY and MONDAY A Show Aglow With Jfew Wonders For You! Your wonder girl ...radiant beyond i m a g i n i n g i n Don's ardent arms ... io a musical of s p l e n d o r ! ARftiCHE J E A N HEBSHOLT E T H E L M E R M A N C E S A R tU^YKoyD.'';';; iv -4=t£sSr~ Also 'PLAYBOY NO. 1 "-a Willie Howard Comedy LATEST NEWS © ® © © I CARTOON -- B E G I N S T U E S D A Y -A Picture You'll Never Forget! GLASS SITUATION 'DRAGGING BOTTOM' The American Glass Review today said that the general situation in the glass industry shows little change from what it has been. Some lines arc "dragging bottom" while others are above that condition but anxious to build up security for future operations. · Ohiopylc OHIOPYLE, Mar. 4.--Mr. and Mrs. Frank RaUerty and granddaughter, Lina Lee of Unlontown visited Wednesday with Mr. Rafferty's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Raffcrty. Mrs. Edward Jcrtrics of Confluence, enroutc to Pittsburgh Wednesday, stopped olf n few hours to visit old acquaintances in Ohlo- pyle. Miss Joan Bolcn has returned to her home In Garrctt street after a week's visit nt Kcntuck with her grandfather, Edward Jnckson. Miss Margarctte Kllnk of Lcisen- ring visited Wednesday evening with Mrs. Elizabeth RalTcrty in Gnrrott street. Mrs. Brndy Horbnugh of Victoria was a caller in Ohiopylc Thursday evening. Mrs. Anna Stuck, who him been ill for the past several months, is little improved. John Holt was a caller In Connellsville Wednesday. W. J. McFnrlund was a visitor in Unionlown Thursday. Mrs. R. C. Holt spent Wednesday visiting in Uniontown. On Carnecie Honor Roll. PITTSBUKGH, Mar. 5.--Edward H. Mcllingcr of Dunbar was named on the honor roll for the first semester at Carnegie Institute of Technology, It was announced here this week. Mellingcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mcllingcr, is enrolled as a freshman in the department of chemical engineering. Physician Charged With Drug Violation Gives $2,000 Bond By United Pros*. PITTSBURGH,'Mar. 4--Dr. James L. Brennan of Washington, Pa., today waived hearing before a U. S. commissioner on five charges ot violation of the narcotic laws and posted $2,000 bond for appearance in U. S. District Cqurt, Brennan is alleged to have issued illegal prescriptions. At a hearing before the commissioner, Charles Zabrosky of Uniontown, who wns charged with aiding and abetting Brennan in one of the complaints, was ordered discharged after it appeared, from evidence that he had been In a Pittsburgh hospital January 23 when he wns alleged to hove passed a prescription at a Washington, Pa., drug store. Mm. Joseph Dowlcr Dead. Mrs. Amanda Dowlcr, 63, widow ot Joseph Dowlor who died nine years ago, passed away Wednesday at her homo nt California. She loaves six children, Including Mrs. Mary .Astle of Scottdnle. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home. ·'or Dry denning and I'rcsstng ACKET SUITS OH MEN'S SUITS 1'HEE CAM, AND DELIVERY. SERVICE: Phone 1965 SIMONS Cash and Carry Cleaners 157 W. Crawford Avenue. 921 W. Crawford Avenue. COME IN ANYTIME! Our new funeral home Is practically complete. It Is as modern, and as beautiful as wo could make I t . . . and has an air of calm dignity about It. Come in anytime. 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