The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 7, 1938 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, March 7, 1938
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PAGE SIX. THJ'J DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. MONDAY, MARCH 7, 193S. PERSONAL 'MENTION Mrs. Flora Stirpa, dcp irtincnt of Pennsylvania junior vice-piesidcnt of the Veterans, of Foreign Wars, Auxiliary, attended a meeting of the council of administration of the depai t- ment, held Friday at the Roosevelt Hotel, Pittsburgh Mrs. Harry H Humphrey of East Cedar avenue underwent a majoi operation at the Connellsvillc State Hospital this morning Misb Sarah Altman of Grccnsburg vibitcd Miss Kathryn Balsley of Francis avenue over the \\cck-cnd The Ladies Auxiliary to South Conncllsville Fnemcn will hold a "500' and bingo pai tv Monday night, in Firemen's Rooms. Lunch and door prize. Admission 25c--Advertise- ment --mar-4-7. Karl K Kramci, Jr, has resumed is studies at Gettysburg Collogo, Gettysburg aftei spending the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Karl K Kramer of Isabella road Miss Florence E Duggan, daughter of Attorney and Mrs John Duggan, Jr, of South Pittsburg street, returned this morning from Washington, D C, where she had been visiting friends .for a few days Mrs Florence Love, and daughters, Misses' Jcannctte and Ruth, and son, Billv, of Franklin avenue were guests of Mrs Love s sisters-m-I iw, Mrs Howard Morgan and Miss Mabel Davis of Morgantown, W Va , Sunday. Oppman's Taxi Phon« 700 --Advertisement --Doct-tf Banks D Brown, Jr, a student at Buckncll University, Lewisburg has resumed his studies after spending the week-end with his rartnts, Mr .and Mrs* Banks D Brownj of East Patterson avenue 'Mis Louclla TCcweomer and daughter, Dorothy Jane, of Scottdalc, were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs J S Detwilcr in East Cedar avenue Wednesday evening Mrs G L Owrcy was also a guest The dinner was in honor of Mis Newcomers birthday She is a sister of Mrs Det- _wilei Meni women and children's clothing to be had at rummage sale Saturday, Mar 26th by I C A A-^ Advertisement --7mar-lt Glenn Frost and Paul Miller of Dunbar spent the week-end In Pitts- Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN *'l m glid Cousm Jane wont home tod iy About one more day o* remcmberin* his table manners would o made Pa *i ncr\ ous wicck " USED CAR WEEK OPENS WITH BIG STREET DISPLAY Mrs Ethel Iiene Kurtz, CO years old, ifc of Arthur E Kurtz, died sud- cnly at 2 o'clock this morning at er home, 206 West Green sticct, fter a stioke suffered at 3 o clock unday moining Mrs Kurt/ was born January 18 872, a daughter of Ama7iah and abina F Nickel of Upper Middle- own The family moved to Con- bvilla in 1884 and has resided here mcc that time On September 21, 898, she married Arthur 11 Kuit/ :tv. W R Warren, then pastor of be Christian Church here performed he ceremony in an apartment over vhat is now known as McKcnna Shoe itore There the couple lived for .bout 12 years before building and ubscquently moving into the present esidence She was a member of the hnstian Church Besides her husband, two children, onald F, of Philadelphia and Mary 'lances it home and one sister, Mrs ; H Johnston of Swissvilo, sut;- ivc There are also two gr.indchil- Ircn The funcial semcc will be held at he home at 2 30 o clock Wednesday nftcinoon v ith Rev. Merrill L. Cad- vcll, pastor of the First Christian Church, officiating Interment will be in Hill Grove Cemetery. Contmucd from Page One equitable allowance for his old car, but the used car buyer will be en iblcd to purchase a properly rc- condition-d and safe used car at a price rcpiesentmg the actual value The local dealers are so thoroughly "sold' on the advantages of cooper \ting in their business dealings instead of the lone wolf methods heretofore prevailing, that it is the intention, immediate!} following National Use' Car Week, to form an association of the dealers of the city which will carry out the new mcthoc of handling used car business in a systematic manner It is behevec that the buvmg public as well as the dealers themselves, will be greatly benefittcd by the proposed changes in automobile merchandising locally. Tho dealers participating in National Used C ir Week include Automobile Sales Company, Yough Motor Companj, West Side Motor Com- burgh. I P anv t Miss Mary Lou Otto, a student at I Will Meet at Clmrch Tlie Woman s Home and Foreign Mic onary societies of the Firs Methodist Episcopal Church v,il meet Thurs 'ay afternoon at 13 o'clock at the church parlor Enanv Motor Sales, Mason __ _ _ Company H C Gallatin West Virginia UnwersIty~at"Mo"rgan-| T "» "«· Automobile Company, Law- town, spent the week-end v. ith her i rencc Gallcv, E E VanScoy ana parents, Mr and Mrs Roy B Otto, j Bennett Motor Companj of East Crawford avenue ' Jacket suits or men's suits, dry I Central CH\ Man Dead cleaned and pressed, 55c Ficc call SOMERSET, Mar 7 -John Forand delivery service. Simons Cash SJthe, 01, of Central City, died Carry Cleaners --Advertisement Thursday in a Johnstown hospital 7mar-4t I Unmirried. he leaver three brothers Ed .ird Smith, ciiculation mana- and two slbtcrs ger of The Courier, is ill at his home at Youngstown, Ohio Samuel D Oppenheim returned Saturday morning from New York City, where he purchased spring merchandise for Oppenheim s Men Clothing Store, North Pittsburg street i Get Fayctte'j. dchuous Hard Rolls | Warren A. Donaldson Dies, at your favonte grocers, every' Warren A Donaldson, 44 years olc Tuesday, Thursday and Friday-- World War veteran and a forme Advcitisenunt--mai-7-0-10 | lesidcnt of Umontown, died Saturday Mrs John r Buck and Mrs James ·'' hls h ° m c " Pittsburgh of a hear Stem spent the week-end in Pitts- attack burgh After and added year's experience i ] lce Hospital, Rochester Minn , Miss j kncc,"of'East'paltcrsor-'avenue Florence Welsh, rctuincd to her Misses Gertrude and Catherine An h o m e - i n South Arch street last scll o£ DaASOn wcre Connellsvill Thursday. Mu and Mrs Peter R Wcimer of this eity and the lattei s sister, Mrs, Maymc Cromwell of Homestead arrived Sundaj evening from Sara- sola, Fla, where the} spent fh e weeks The w eathei w as fine the whole time, so was fishing they s u d Mr and Mrs William Hc bpcnt tho wcck . cnd will N man left Saturday foi Sarasota Fla , for a visit with Mrs Hirleman's parents Mr and Mrs Edward S Haish Miss Mary Jem Frcebcrg of Uniontown spent the week-end with shoppers Saturday Miss Mar Margaret Courtney o Pittsburgh spent the week-end a her home at Dunbar Mr and Mrs Theodore Bloom o West Peach street visited in Charlero Sunday e -ling. Mr. and Mrs Frank W Davis o t East Green street and Mrs M Aaro Hirle- of the Pleasant Valley road rcturnc home Saturday morning by moto from Florida where they have bee sojourning for the past month. Mr Aaron, who accompanied them it Florida, returned home earlier b Miss Margaret Bowman of Wills 1 train "hey visited many interestin places in Florida, but the greater part of the time was spent in Miam and St Petersburg While m S Petersburg thcy,visitcd Dr. and Mrs Thomas B Echard and family an Mrs Georgia Kamcrer and daughter Miriam, all formerly of this city. road Ra Scott, located at Johnstown, spent »the week-end at his home in Blackstom ro«d Lawrenei- Knee has returned to Mycrjstown whcie he is training to become a member of the Motor P.O- -Today "and Tomorrow froke Brings Death To Mrs. A. E. Kurlz Grim Reaper --Winning Numbers for the Bicycle- nuts. LILLIAN WEBB Mis Lillian Webb, colored, widow of Thomas Webb, died Saturday mornmK at 1 o'clock at her home at 228 Noith Arch street She is iurvivcd by the following children' Mrs Florence Wright of 131 jN'orth alley and Mrs Nellie White, Anna, Moms, Eh/ibcth, Jcf- feisijn and James Webb She leaves .ili,o| one grandchild and a brother of AllibOn The funeral service, will be held Tuesdny attei noon at 2 o clock at the homo Rev R D Epos will officiate Interment will be m Hill Grove Cemetery | Mrs. Harry Hopkins Dies in Bellevue Prince, Unwanted Dog, Finds New, Happy Home Special to The Courier. PITTSBURGH, Mar 7--"Prince," .he dog found chained to a tree near Morongahela, deserted b i master who no Icnger wanted him, has been urned ove to William Casey and Joseph Craven who took him to their 'arm in Crawford county. The Western Pennsylvania Humane Society selected the two from more :han 400 requests for possession of th5 dog The men arc partners in a wooden block resurfacing concern which numbers many butchers among its clients MRS SOPHIE FKIEDLINfc Mrs Sophie Fricdlme, widow of Peter Fricdlme and a former resident of Donegal township and Rector, Westmoreland county, died Friday at the home of her son, Norman A Fricdlme, .it Dcitlersville, near Gettysburg Mrs Fricdlme, who would have been 84 yeais of age next July, was bom ncir Kiegar in Donegal township and lived there for many years before going to Rector. She had been living with her son foi several yea is Deceased leaves her only child, foui grandchildren, five great- grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs Elizabeth Boomer of Ligonicr, R D , and Mis Catherine Boland, and one brother, Henry Miller, both of Michigan. A brief funeral service was held Sunday night at the home of the son and an additional service was conducted this afternoon at the Fairmont United Presbyterian Church near Stahlstown with Rev Robert P. Hull, pastor of the Church of tho Brethren there, officiating Interment was In the Stahlstown Cemetery. Somerset Stan, 94, Dies SOMERSET, Mar 7--David K Berkey, 94, lifelong resident of Conemaugh township, Somerset county, died Friday at tho home of his daughter, Mrs John A Thomas, after an illness of four months He was horn December 17, 1842, on the same farm where he spent his entire life He was a son of the late Jacob C and Magdalene KaufTman Berkev His wife, Sarah Livmston died 52 ears ago He leaves a son, Josian L of Lowell Mass, and two daughters, Mrs Thomas and Mrs Ro- mnntus Alwme of Concmaugh township Falls From Frclsht Car. Bcnton L Showman, 56, of 703 Willow street suffered a possible fractured clavicle when he fell from a Baltimore Ohio Railroad freight car 11 the local yards Saturdav He was taken to the Hospital where his condition was reported as not serious Mre Hennctta Patterson Hopkins widow of Hairy Hopkins and a former resident of Conncllsville, died this morning at 1 o'clock at the home of her daughtei, Mis Guy Poitei, of 211 Jackson avenue, Bellevue Death followed i fall some time ago in which she sulTeied a hip fiactuie She had been tinder treatment at Bellevue Hospital until recently. For many ycais the family lived in South Aich street, Conncllsville, while Mr Hopkins w \s engaged as i tiavchng salesman. Since his death Mrs Hopkins had been with her daughteis Mrs Poiter who was Miss Irene Hopkins, and Mrs Joseph R Buttcrmore of Denver, Colo, the for- mei Mildred Hopkins Mrs Hopkins was born ond icaied at Wick Haven, a daughtci of John and Edith Pattcison The mother survives tor many ycais Mi ard Mrs Hopkins wcre located at Pcriy- opolis, where Mr Hopkins was on- K igcd m the undcitakmg business It was after he disposed of this to Ira Blaii the/ came to Conncllsville She was a mcmbci oC the Christian Church and of the M irtha Norton Bible Class and the Women's Missionary Society of the church The funeral scivicc will be held at Pci r opolis at 230 o clock Wednesday afternoon at the Chustian Church The body will he in state at the church from 11 o'clock until the hour of the service Friends ma} view the bodj Interment will be in Mount Washington Ccmcte-y- REV. S. E. SHAULIS, RETIRED SOMERSET MINISTER, DIES SOMERSET, Mar 7--Rev Samuel E Shaulls, 75 years old, retired, a Lutheran minister for the list 44 years and well known in Somerset county, died Friday morning at his home here /He had been in ill health for a year but his condition did not become serious until a week ago The funeral service was conducted this afternoon at the Shaulls home by Rev. L W Gross of New Cen- tcrville and Dr I. Hess Wagner of Somerset Burial was to Bakersvllle Cemetery Jesse Crisc Dies. Jesse Crise 96 years old, a native of near Brownsville where he was born May 12, 1841, died Friday it the home of a son, Frank, at Bcnt- leyville. The funeral service was held this' afternoon with interment being made in West Newton Cemetery Andrew S. Miller, Spanish War Vet, Dies ai Wooddale SIRS. MARY WALSH MEYERSDALE, Mnr 7 --Mrs. Mary Walsh died at 7 30 o'clock Friday evening at her home in Broadway after an illness of complications of four weeks She had been visiting in Cumberland when stricken there February 3 She was brought to her home here the following day and continued to grow weaker She n daughter of the late Martin and Mary Coulehin, wns born in Cumberland but the family moved here when she was quite young She \va-i twice married Her flrst husband was the lite John Ry.m of Meyersdale Her second husband was William Walsh of Cumberland, a Baltimore Ohio railroad conductor for many years He died about nine years ago after which she returned to Meycrsdale to live with her brother and sibtcrs, who survive as follows Willnm Coulchan .ind the Misses Kathryn, Elizabeth and Leha of Mcyersdile, and Thomas Coulchan of Pittsburgh Mrs. Tohn Reed and Mrs Lou Miller and John W-ilsh of Cumberland arc step-children The funeral service was held this morning with requiem high mass in SS Philip and James Church, with First Child In Family. Mr and Mri Michael Martucct of Hcidmorc aie the parents of a daughter, Marlcnc Dian born Thursday afternoon The new arrival, the first child in the family, weighs seven pounds The mother formerly uas Miss Marcarct Trump, daughter of Mrs Viola Trump of South Connellsvillc Mrs C. 1, Burkcy Stricken. Condition of Mrs C L Burkey o: Smock, formerly of Trotter, who suffered a paralytic stroke last week was reported as very serious today One side is paralyzed. Rev H T Miller as celebrant Interment was in the church c"metcry MRS IDA MINERD Mrs IdT Mmcrd, wife of Justice of the Peace Scth A Mincrd, of Un- lontov. n, died Saturday in the Homeopathic Hospital Pittsburgh, after an extended illness She was born in r ranklin township, a daughter of the late Cliflord and Jcannie Burton Kimmcl, December 19, 1888 Besides her husband she is survived by two daughters, Nell and Donna; a sister Mrs Robert Brooks and a brother Ernest Kimmcl, both of Turtle Creek The body was removed to the Mincrd Funeral Home, Uniontoun where the funeral service was conducted this afternoon / Rev Franci: Schlater, pabtor of the Calvary Reformed Church of Turtle Creek, offl- cnted Burial was in Flatwood Cemetery. lsf_OOf)5H 2nd--01S7!1 :inl--000301 THE NEW CAROLE FRSD aci PRODUCTION WITH m RA^l'o!. Lvnne Overman Una MerRei tynnc Por! er Hall-Edgar Kennedy , odu co« by Albert Lewin - °^^ V '7 PARAMOUNT PICTURE ' -..~2_ ----L ---^--~ COMEDY © SELECTED SHORTS ® NEWS Hospital Patients Ruth Moms of Dunbar, Mrs Alice Humphrey of 503 East Cedar avenue nd Mrs Mary Grimm of MclcroU lave been admitted to Conncllsville tatc Hospital for treatment. Andrevi S Miller, 70 years old, a lifelong icsident of Bullskm township wheic he was proprietor of a tcneral store and a veteran o£ the Spanish War, having served with the famed Fighting Tenth, died at 1 25 o'clock Satuiday afternoon at his home at Wooddale of complications after a three weeks' illness Mi Miller had been operator of -, the general store at Wooddale since 1919. He had served in the Spanish War with Company E, 10th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, from April 27, 1898, to December 22, 1899. Twice married, he leaves two sons and five daughters: Mrs. Pnscilla Holcman of Pittsburgh, Mrs Lulu Milt? of lion Bridge, Mrs Carrl" Miller of Vanderbilt, Henry Miller and Mrs Grace Mardis of Wooddale f and Ray and Catherine Miller, at home There is one stepson, William Spaugy of Rowes Run, also a sister, Mrs Martha Freed of Scottdalc There arc 12 grandchildien. Mi Miller was a member of the Order of Independent Americans of Wooddale. Quits Masontown Council Leon Dichl has resigned as a mem- )cr of Masontown borough council because of pressing business. Leaves Hospital. Albert Kreiger of Mount Pleasant has been discharged from Brownsville General Hospital where he had received medical treatment. When the Last Page of Life';, Book Is Written To those who place the entire funeral arrangements an our hands, there arc never any regrets Our trained personnel and dignified appointments go to make those last respects solemnly beautiful. WM. A. 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