The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 13, 1930 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 13, 1930
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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLS 7ILLE, PA. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1980. P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N V-«xy^ Mrs. Thoma« J'razee of Cumberland atwl Mrs. P 3. Colllne of Morgantown, W. V a , are visiting their slater, Mrs. Josephine /Merandu of Chestnut street, Jeseie M. Grey Missionary Circle of Christian Church will hold a food salo Saturday, March 15 at Fox Wall ! I'a per Storo.--Advertisement.--13-2t. \ Mr. and Mra. \V. II. Lconhardt an.rt I children have jnoved irota South] Arch street to the Kooaer residence at I Poplar Grove Mr. Leonlidrdt ie manager of tho carpet and drapery department of Troutman's store. v Mr«, J. I}. Bf-11 ot Germautown, Philadelphia, has returns! home after a yisit with her nunt, Mrs. J. W. Rauci- man of Morrell avenue, Grof-nwood. Mr.s. 'George M. Hosack ot Plttsburg returned home yesterday after a visit with her sieteif., SVlisb Eleanor Clark and Mfse Harriet Clark of Lincoln avenue. Mrs. J. Me-lvln Grey, who hae been confined to her apartment at the Arlington Hotel for the past two weeke with a eevere attack of rheumatism, showed a alight Improvement yesterday for the first time since her Illness. Mrs. Ella Cook and son, Clarence, Mrs. H. L Piersol and iMre. Elizabeth Mauet were at Uuweoti last night at^ tending special services which are being held In the Philip Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Chvnoh, Mrs. John Gaal of Vine street and brother, Fred Gamble of W«st Newton were In Greensburg today on business. W. S, Lyon of near Killarney Park wae here todaj on bnsinese. Mrs. D. 13. (Maes of Pittston, formerly of Connellsvllle, who has !een j ill for eome time with double pneumonia, shows no improvement. Mrs. J. M. U.vrnhart of Mount Pleasant wa« a gu st today of Mra, E R. Shupe and together they visited at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Angle. Rev. Dr. J. L. Proudflt was a j visitor In Pltti.burg yesterday. E. J. Lyons of Mount Braddock, w h o , underwent an operation for append!-1 (itis, is reco\ering satisfactorily at the Uniontowu Hospital. He expects to be able to return home 1n a few | days. j Mrs. Clarence A Port and daugh-! ters, Jane anil Martha, ot Eaet Cedar avenue were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Umbel of Uniontown yesterday. Mra. Fred Baker of Perryopolls has been discharged from the UnJontown Hospital, wh»re ehe received treatment for a frectured collar bone ami other Injuries suffered in an automo- , bile accident , Mrs. Anna B Schmllz of West Crawford avenue attended the funeral serv- · ice for her mother-in-law, Mrs. Cath- · erlno Jane Schmitz of CarmichaelB, held this afternoon at the family j home. Henry Moi-ser ot Hagerstown, Md., wae called, to Dunbnr by the illness of hie father, 0. P. Moser, who is at th« · home of his son-in-law and daughter, -Mr. and Mri. Milton Williams. Mrs. H. J. Bird and Mrs. Edward Crls« attended UM funeral service for ,yfcomas Youngblood Wednesday afternoon at Klngsley Methodist Episcopal Church at Cumberland. Mr«. Bird «pent laet Saturday at Meyersdale on business. Sh« reports wintry weather there. Margaret Steinor of Akron, Ohio, spent a two weeks' vacation with her mother, Mrs. H. J. Bird of Lincoln avenue. Aunt Het BY JIOMKRT "Emmie is still in mournln'; but when a woman a! arts flndin' ex- cmes to call men/n the telephone, she's throug-h grievln' for the departed." JOHN MAZEY, FRICK PENSIONER, DIES AT HAMMONDVILLE John Mazey, 60 yoars, eight months and 15 lay« old, di»d Wednesday eve- nhjjs at his home at llammondville, near.Mount Pleasant, following an illneefi of three yecrs. Mr. Maz^y, a retired «mploy» of the H. C. Frick Coke Company, was a member of St. Stephen's Groek Catholic Church at Leifaanrlng No. 1 in which locality he formerly resided. lu addition to his wife, Mrs. Matry Mazey, he 3e survived "by two daughters, Mrs. Paul Hohal and Mrs. Anna Maiajo, both of South 0onn«lteville. The funeral will be held on Sunday afternoon with a brief eervlc* at the late home at Hammondvllle followed by a full one at it Stephen's Greek Catholic Church u l Leisenring No. 1, with Kev. Father t ornelius Gribovsky, paetor, officiating. Interment will bo made in the church cemetery in charge of Funeral Director French S. Durst. The time will be announced later. DEATH CLAIMS AGED FORMER LOCAL WOMAN Mrs. Elh n Shaw Shallenberger of East End, Plttsburg, a former well- known resident of Connellsrllle, died last night eoon, aftor being admitted to the Pttti'burg Hospital. """ Mrs Shalienberger was a daughter lit the late Mr. and Mra. Henry Shaw, ·Who at thoir time^ wre among the best known resldenla of ConneUsville, alul for a number of years resided With her family in the old Shaw homestead, which wa then'located on the site In Bast Crawford avenue, the ground now being owned by the Knights or Columbus. Sie was married to John Shallenberger and later they took up their reside-nce in East Falrvlew avenue. ·Mr. Shalleuberger, whose death oc- ^·prred a number of years ago, was the flrst locomotive engineer at the Qld Davidson works, where he was employed In that capacity for many years. Ot late years MJH. Shallenber- g«r had scalded In Bast End, Pitta- fcurg. She was a sister of the late Rl U. Shtuv and William Shaw of Con- ueltsvtlle and was an aunt of GUy S£aw a 1 " 5 Walter Shaw of Connells- Vjlle. H ( r father for a number o,f years conducted a general store lu East Cra\vford avenue. Mrs. Sliallen- bflrger is survived by a family of grown children. HAVE COLOR IN CHEEKS If your skin Is yellow--complexion pallid--tongue ·' atetl--appetite poor -- ou have a bnl taste 2» youi m o u t h --a lu/.y, no-good feellnjf--you should U y O i l v e Tablt-ta Dr. Edwards Olive Tabjetd--a substitute lor calonv 1--were prepared by Dr. Edwards a f t t r 20 years ot study. Olive Tttbleta iire a purely vngeX table compouaJ. Know them by their olive color. To !iav« a do ir, pink skin, bright eyes, no pimples a feeling ot buoyancy like chilclhjoct Juys, you must get at the cause. Dr. Edwards olive Tablets act on tho liver and tioi els Jlko caluinol--ct have no dangcro m after efteuta. Thuy start tin bile and help overcome constipation. Take nlg-litly and note the ploaBlni results. Millions of boxes sold yearly. 13c, 3(Kj, OOc.--Ad- v«rtlaeiii«nt. WILD LIFE PICTURES TO BE SHOWN TONIGHT, SCOTTDALE THEATRE SCOTTDAIJ5, March 13.--A large crowd is expecid tonight at the Arcade Theatre to witness the wild lite motion picture i which will be presented for the Scottdale Base-ball Club, The program will commence at 7:30 o'clock. Frank H. Fi ledhoff of Johnstown, who has made four hunting expeditions to Alaska, will pieaent the six reels ot plotuiea on how big game hunting la don 1n that section of the globe All sportsmen of this locality are invited to com and witness the pic- tares. Licensed nt Cumberland. George Monroe RiBbei'k and Mar- Wilaon B»rr, both of Someraet, licensed to wod at Cumberland. TRI-TOWN FIREMEN WILL MEET TONIGHT A special meeting of the D L. V, Volunteer Fire Department will be heJd tonight at the Vanderbilt ]L*- gion rooms. A good attendance of members is 'jvque^tod. Committee* to have charge of street fairs, parades and o/ther summer activities of th- company will be appointed. The meeting la called for 7:30 o'clock sharp Band Kehearsal Friday. The Junior American Legion Community Band at Vanderbilt will rehearse tomorrow evening instead of Saturday at the Legion rooma, Director Curte '. Collins announced today*. All members are requested to be present. Finest Quality "Fresh from the Gardens' In Packets and Individual Ted-Bags / the Crossroads of Health SSS has meant a new day to many a person A CLEAR SKIN X.*ck of appetite, loss a! skin eruptions, that "tired feel in(" and other human i!U may b« due to a lack of red-cclla in i-iur. blood. I» yOfA ftre »*».,%·---«*.. ^.j^-- If your akin Is not c ear--if your appetite ia "«on."--you ow« it to youratlf »nd {ritnda to err S.5.3, Y despair was so great 1 coyld have cried. The good ehei r aarf merry happiness of others only mocked at my condition. I bid begun to wonder why lite could be so cruel. No appetite. No strength Skin blemishes always embarrassed me. Aches and pains coursed throu ',h my tody, I wanted to restore my health and live. What was I to e/ ? . . . happily the day came and I found the right road to Health when 9 Mead recommended S.S.S." You may be one of the thousands with a low blood count--to th s mar be attributed "run-down" systems, skin troubles, and even more i erious ailments. It is very dangerous to let the blood count remain below normal. With an increase in the red-blood-cells you will be on the rig! t road to Health. This is Nature's way to body power and to clear skii. Naturally, with your strength restored, it is easier to fight disease ind infection; to enjoy your food and to sleep soundly. When firm fles i takes the place of that which was once flabby, you will feel stronf--yout nervcs will, become steady--more happiness and friends will fol ow. You owe it to rourielf »nd frlendi to fiv* S.S.S. * tt »1. It helps Nttur* build rich, red blood. Thougandu of user t h»r» testified to its benefit* in unsolicited letters of (ratltw e. All drujE stores sell S.S.S. in two aUta. Ask for tho larger i MC. It ii more economical. G I 8.8, C*. Makes You Feel Like Yourself Af. Just Off the Wire By U n i t e d Press. WASHINGTON, March 13--Payment of $100,000 by Edward L. Doheny to Albei t B. Fall \ra« so closely linked to negotiations for -valuable government oil leases "by the oil millionaire that it could be interpreted only as a bribe, Owen J. Roberts, prosecution counsel, charged today in the opening iitatemont in the Ioheny bribery trial * · * WASHINGTON, March 13--Senator Caraway, Democrat, Arkansas, chairman of the Senate Lobby Committee, was charged today by Senator Robinson, Republican, Indiana, with playing politics lu hia questioning ot Claudius Huston, chairman ot the Republican National Committee. * * * FITTSBimG, March 13.--A fire and explosion ix 1 the C. R, Moora Utho- graihlug Company's builiting in South Hills today torced 85 employes to flee the building. Damage wae estimated at 5400,000. No one was reported in- jurd. ! VANDERBILT JUNIOR), DAUGHTERS OF AMI RICA BANQUET SATURDAY The* annual banquet for tie members and families of the Jun or Order of United American Mecha ales and Daughters of America at "\ andeibllt will be held on Saturday e enlng at the Vanderbilt Junior Hall. At 0 o'cloaJt, a banquet will be served for approximately 251 persons after which there will be ar interesting program, I n c l u d i n g spe, king. The affair will conclude w th iquars dancing. Wholesale Produetic n. GENEVA, N Y . , March L'--A nln-e- year-old Holstein cow own* I by John S. Cole Is beHes'^d to be a a class by herself when it comee to giving birth to twin calves. For f mr consecutive years. "Boeay" hae produced ' twins, all averaging about : 00 pounds at birth. The latest to arrl e 200 and 190 pounds, reepe tiyely. STEEL MERGER PLAN PRECIPITATES BATTLE AMONG INDUSTRY GIANTS BOS By ELMEE C. WALZER, United Press Financial Editor. NEW YOKK, March 13.--A tree-for- all battle In the steel Industry warned coitaln today with the announcement that directors of the Bthlehem Steel Corporation and Youngstown Sheet Tube Company had approved plans for a billion dollar merger. Approval was announced yesterday after board ineetinga held here by the Bethlehem Corporation and at Yrumgstown, Ohio, by the Youngstowm company. A special meeting of Youngstown stockholders has been called for April 8, to cither consummate or reject th consolidation plans, Soon after announcement was made ot tho directors' action came word oil Opposition to tho project, This opposition revoivs around the fact that the merger would create an organization capable or producing approximately 13,000,000 tons Ingot annually, making It the sqcond largest steel producer in the countiy, What this merger would do for Bethlehem; it could do tor Republic Steel Corporation, a company recently formed through a series of acquisitions and a factor lu the Industry. Hence, Republic is casting longing eyes toward the Youngstowix company. Cyrus S. Baton, Cleveland financier, T/ho'was a factor in the development of Republic, is said to control 20 per cent of the Youngstown company's voting stock and to have the support of other large stockholders. Eaton and his associates asked the directors for more time to think ov«r the, Betlilehem-Youn^stowu merger but this was denied by yesterday's; action of the boards. ; As a result o£ this, the Eaton group announced from Cleveland that"* it would Immediately start action to thwart the Bethlehe-m-Youngstown merger. The announcement aald further that a proxy committee representing: Youngstown and Cleveland interests would be organized to fight the project and that it wouid start its bid for proxies. Rev. Nagay Friday At Poplar Grove Instc*d o£ tonight, as had been announced sit first, Rev, Ad«vm Na«ay will speak and show pictures tomorrow night at Popliw Grove Evangelical etiurth. The public is invited by tlie 1 pastor, Rev. M. V, 11. BeVa.ux, The i iuor will bo 7:30 o'clock. Chureli Croiubllnf. SAINTES-MARIES-DE-L, v - MER, Prance, March 12.--The 1 000 year- old tortress-churcU here to which pilgrims come from .ill part i ol tnt woi Id Is gradually crum ling Into the ocean for lack ot the li ,000 francs necessary to repair It. Sportsmen Meet Fr day. The directors ot the Fa ette County Pish Oame Protect ve Association will meet on Friday evening at th« store of H. it. Krtups n the West Side. A good attendance i . requested. Classified ArfvMlseu «nt« Brtn-g results. Try tu« i. Patronized those who at vertise. Br-rr-r! winter is here! What to do abcut colds TUTEDICAL men havt corne to an *^»- interesting concluiric labout colds. They say that lubricaHtr,. of the nasal passages prevent* deadl; germs from getting a foothold, Intel ating to Mr. Average Man, because' this is dome- thing he can do for bin self with the doctor's full sanction. Every night before ] etiring introduce a little "Vaselm" Petroleum Jelly into the nostrils. ] t'o absolutely safe. It coats the d licate nasal membranes and protect i them. Equally good for th t throat, too. Just take half a teaspi onful, if your throat is husky or irrit ited. Peel the relief. And don't worr / about swallowing it. That's good f r you because it has a slightly laxati re effect. Just what you need if. yo» feel a cold coming on. Maybe you can g through the whole winter without; etting colds if you'll only take this a! nple, safe precaution. Get a jar or tul e of "Vaseline" Jelly now. It costs onfe a few cents at the nearest drug store. . , ,,,..,, MMWIMMAflMf Specials for Friday and Saturday $1.25 Konjola 8Sc 85c Jad Salts 69C 60e Armouud FACE POWDEll k. 37c 60c Jonteel Van tailing or Cold · Cream 25c Wilson BUY CLEANER L !5c Eyery modern aid to health is here for you at remarkably low prices. Tonics and remedies that "tone up" your health generally as well as first aid necessities. Or if your doctor has specified something .special, let us fill your prescription. This Is the health center ot Connells- Yllle. fiUc Pepsodent TOOTH PASTE L 39c $1.00 Squibh'g MINERAL OIL 79c TOPEKO (OFFEE 2 Ibs." 69c 7*»e Jordan ALMONDS , tk. 49c!b $1.50 Electric CURLING IRON 98c $1.25 CREOMULSION 98c 60c P^rtussion COUGH SYRUP 45c Open AH Day Every Sunday i * Connellsville 124 West Crawford Ave., Company Connellsville, Pa. Just Arrived S U I T S $8 to $16 NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE MONEY Shulman just received one lot of Suits from Chicago that will mean a great saying tc working men who purchase at this time. The best makes of cloth in? manufactured in America are to be had at Shopman's. Such hjrands as Hickey Freeman, Hart, Schnffner Marx, and Kuppenhelmer are on display at 8huiman's Store in Korth Pitts* borgr Street. Tailor made suits priced from 350.00 to 975.00 are to be sold at from $8.00 to $16.00. Sizes 35 to 48. It will pay you to come from any distance to share in these great bargains. In addition to suits we have a new line of Topcoats at from $8.00 to $15.00. Also trousers as low as $1.75, and we give you a new pair if they rip. We also sell Phillips- Jones and Arrow brand Shirts in all sizes--none better can be purchased anywhere. A. SHULMAN 288 North Plttslmrg Street, Conuellsville, Fa. MRS. MARY MILLER DIES AT DUNBAR « Mrs. Mary Edith Miller, 65 yeaa-s old, wife ot George M. Millor, died at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at her home near the Greenhouse at Cun"bar from complications. She had resided all of her life at Dunbar, being born 1 there She wa« a lifelong member of the Methodist Protestant Church. She is survived by the following children: Mrs. Arthur Harvey, Joseph MUler, Edith Miller and Mra. John Beaton, all of Dunbar; James, Ada aiad Alice, at home; and George W. Miller, Ralph. Mrs. Aaron Hughes of Duubair township is a sister and John, Joseph and George Williams, all of Dunbar, brothers. There are 12 gram dcolldren. The"funeral will be. held Suaday. A brief service will be held at the late home at 2 o'clock followed by a full one at 3:30 o'clock at the First Methodist Protestant Church at Dunbar ·with Bev. William Hamilton, pa.ator, officiating. Interment will be made in Mount Auburn Cemetery. Dies While on Visit. Mrs, Rose St. Glair, 82 years old, of Van Voorhis, W. Va, died Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. JoaeDb. MJcCoy of L'niontown, / FUNERAL SERVICE FOR K. A. GAMBLE The funeral servace for Ray Albert Gamble, principal of the Smithton schools for the lait five rears, wae held Wednesday sfternoon at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Pore of Huntingdon township, near Smithton. Rev. Frank Connera ot Flndlay, Ohio, a former pastor of the Church of God of West Newton, officiated. There were many 'beautiful floral tributes. The funeral was one of the largest held In that community in recent years. Interment was in West Newton Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. John tiaal and daughter, Phyllis, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frlzzell of Connellsville att-uded the funeral. Mr. Gamble was a brother of Mrs. Goal. Use our classified advertisement. MUSCUES LIMB1R UB» QUICKLY The firrt . pplkmlion of Miuteral* often pririf* relief. Uteaonc* ·vary kou t tor 9 noun it inould Mum in coropi*ta comfort. in greater demand than ermr ** * wall texturing material for modem home* because of lu permcuenee, beauty, practical keep-olenn conrenience and 11 f · 11 m e charm* It t»ea*Uy Applied to any kind oT wall material and can be finished in any deafen you desire, emm fa and aea us about It before you rebuild or redecorate. DURALITH perfected by architect* \ A. C. BERWICK SQNS Contractors and D«*l«nt la B«IM?r*' Supplies. 109 North Fifth Street, West Side, Conneltallle Patronize Tho*e Who Adverti iv

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