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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 9, 1938
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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COUKIEE. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9,1938. f, PERSONAL MENTION Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Delluff of Race street visited Mr. DeHufl's sister, Mrs. Mary Simpson, of Wilkinsburg Tuesday evening. Mrs. Simpson will leave for Houston, Tex., the latter part of the week to visit her son, Paul. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. Mrs. E. T. Lync ia reported in a serious condition at her home in East Gibson avenue. She is in a stupor most of the time, it was said, and takes little nourishment. Jacket suits or men's suits, dry cleaned and pressed, 55c. Free call and delivery service. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement. --7mar-«. Harry J. DcBolt, West Penn em- ploye at Brownsville, was n visitor here Tuesday. Mr. DeBolt was formerly chic! clerk to C, C. Gallagher, division manager of the West Pcnn Power Company. Get Fayette's delicious Hard Rolls nt your favorite grocer's, every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.-Advertisement.--mar-7-9-10. Mrs. Herbert Lacy of Wilmington, j Ohio, has returned home after a visit with her mother, Mrs. R. C.. Lyon and her brother nnd sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lyon, of Uniontown. Aunt Met j By ROBERT QUILLEN "That family runs only two- thirds o' the church. They do the callin' of n preacher and they do the geltin' rid of him, but they let other folks pay him." Grim Reaper Rummage sale by O. E. S., opposite Clarke's Drug Store, North Pittsburg street, Friday, March 11, 9 o'clock.-Advertisement.--mar-5-8-9-10. Mrs. Ira F. Friend of Watt street was called to St. Benedict this morning by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. J. H. Bceghlcy. The Bccghleys resided here before lo. eating at St. Benedict. Smart new spring suits, coats nnd frocks. About one-half usual prices. Princess Shop. -- Advertisement. -- 0far-3t. Betty and Martha Lou Lawson, small daughters of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lawson of Hace street, South Conncllsville, are recovering from burns received, three weeks ago. The Hospital Club will bold a rummage sale, April 12th nnd 13th, in room formerly occupied by Rose's Bakery.--Advertisement.--9mar-lt. " J ( ohn Invin nnd sister, Miss Margaret, of West Fayette. street .have returned from Johnsto\vn where they visited their niece, Miss Marie Invin, who is a patient at the Mercy Hos- The IBA V. RUSII funeral service for Ira V. illiam Sfillwagon, WorldWar Vet, Dies William Stillwagon, 50 years old, World "War veteran, died suddenly at 11:30 o'clock this morning at the home o£ a sister, Mrs. Hazel Grcuff, 307 West Fayette street. Mr. Stillwagon was born and raised in Conncllsville and was educated in the public schools here. He served in the World War as n member o£ Company D, 110th Infantry, 28th Division. He saw action in the fifth German oflensivc, Aisne, Marnc, Meuse-Argonnc and Theau- vourl sectors. He was wounded in the left thigh September 29, IfllB, in the Argonnc forest, lie received an honorable discharge on May «3, 1D19. Brothers and sisters who survive Gregg, Mrs. Mrs. C. E. Turney of South Conncllsville, Mrs. Daisy Laughrey and Mrs. Margaret Durbin of Colonial No. 4, Mrs. Walter Pickctt of Wilkinsburg, Ernest Stillwagon of Davidson, Mrs. Hazel Grcaff, Mrs. Viola McClintock and Gcorfiu Stillwagon of this city. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Mr. Stillwagon will be accorded full military rites by the Walter E. Brown Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, of which he was a former member. are: Mrs. Gcorfie Charles Jamison and TVA Foes See To Avoid Scandal 6n By United Press. WASHINGTON, Mar. 8.--Foes of the Tennessee Valley Authority charged today that the Administration, tearing; scandal, was trying to avoid a congressional investigation of TVA. "From present indications, the TVA may have the making of another Teapot Dome," Senator II. Styles Bridges, R., N. H., asserted as he and Senator William N. King, D., Utah, announced that President Roosevelt's scheduled White House conference with TVA directors, would not interfere with their resolution for an inquiry by a Senate committee. Mr. Roosevelt will inquire into the charges of Jealousy, maladministra- ion, plotting and neglect of duty lurtling about the board for n week, on Friday. Chairman Arthur E. Morgan directed most of the fire igainst his two associates. Yesterday Senator George W. Norris, I., Rush, 68, a widely known resident ot Connellsville who died shortly before noon Tuesday, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at his home, 205 South Prospect street. Rev. Lawrence S. Elliott, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, and Dr. William H. Hctrick, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Hill Grove Cemetery. Mr. Rush became ill two weeks ago when he suffered n heart attack while working at his meat market at 308 East Crawford avenue and the end came peacefully at 11:55 o'clock Tuesday morning. Ira Vincent Rush was bom on farm In Lower Turkeyfoot township, Somerset county, Scptcmhsr 1, 1809, a son of the late Henry Harrison nnd Sablna Hyatt Rush. He resided in that county until December 10, 1901, when he brought his family to Connellsville . to reside. Mr. Rush was employed at a tannery near Ursinn after his family had moved from the farm to-Confluence. Since coming to Another State Job Created. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 9.--State Wcl- are Department plans to create another job, paying $1,500 a year, in the Fayette County Child Welfare Jureau here, Commissioner John W. Nankin announced. Because of increase in duties allotted the bureau, :he State believes creation of another iob was justified. _-. pital. Miss Irwin. underwent an j Connellsville 36 years ago, he had appendicitis operation and Is getting ,, along nicely. : Fresh today--Martha-Washington " Candy. Bclvidere Candy Shoppc.-- , Advertisement.--9mar-lt. . ..'. .. " : Mrs. W. H. Showman," who had ' been confined to her home in South Cottage avenue by Illness, is able' to - be out again. . "500" arid bingo, P. H. C. Hall, . Thursday night, 8:30, 25c. Lunch.-'.. Advertisement.--9mar-lt. ~ Fred DeMuth of Wills road visited · friends at Uniontown Tuesday. Cafeteria, Christian Church, Thurs~ d:,y, 11:30 to 1:00 and 5:00 to 7:00^-Advertisement.- Samuel D. -9far-lt. Oppenheim, ·E. O. - Brown - nnd Thomas M. DcIIuff at- tended the merchandise mart at the ; Fort Pitt Hotel in Pittsburgh, Tucs- - day evening. ;· Mr. and Mrs. William Martin of ; Dunbar visited in Pittsburgh Tues~ day. i James L. Gilmorc of Dunbar is . spending, a few weeks at Washing= ton, D..C:.:. . Z Frank Corrado of Atlantic City is ~ visiting his brother and sister-in'~ law, Mr. and Mrs. A. Vincent Cor" rado, of MorreJl avenue. Misses Roberta and Ruth Dennis nnd Ruth Jackson visited in Uniontown Tuesday evening. Negro Missionary Societies to Have Meeting Here Friday The Ford, Thompson and Pryor districts of the Homo and Foreign "· Missionary Society of the Younf "Women's Baptist Association will ' hold an annual all-day meeting Frl- -'day, March. II, at the'Mount Zlon :. Baptist Church ol which Rev. H. D, VEpps is pastor. '· The devotional service at 11 o'clock - will be conducted by delegates from "various visiting circles and-at 11:3( -'o'clock Rev. George Graves will - preach. Mrs. Emily Shclton will be - vocalist. There will also be music -by the choir. A welcome addrcsi - will be made by a representative ot " the host society. Mrs. C. F. Carroll ' district president, will be in charge - Adjournment will be taken at 1 _' o'clock for lunch and the afternoon . session convenes at 2:30 o'clock with ";the devotional hour. At 3 o'clock "Rev. H. D. Lowbcr, pastor of the ; Payne A. M. E. Church, will deliver ;an address. A business session will 7 follow. The evening period will open at .8 o'clock with dcvotlonals. The ; speaker will be Rev, L. H. Colvin .pastor of the Union Baptist Church Music will be furnished by the Rocky Mount Choir. . Mrs. Sadie White, chairman of the home circle. Is in charge of arrangements for the meeting. Hospital Patients. Ernest DeBlasio of Dunbar, Frank Ruth oi Scottdalc and Barbara Haney of Star Junction have been admitted to Connellsville State Hospital for treatment. Todd, at home, and Alfretta Todd, a teacher in . the Moncssen High* School. There arc seven grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home. Interment will be in West Newton Cemetery in charge of the undertaking flrm of Ira Blair Sons of Pcrryopolis. pent practically all of that time connected with meat marketing. For ome time he had been manager of he meat department of the Colonial ilarket In North Pittsburg street and n 1923 had gone into business for himself in East Crawford avenue. Mr. Rush was united in marriage October 12, 1880, with Miss Alma ·Uorenco Krcgcr at her homo near Confluence by Rev. John Cunning- iam, the ceremony taking place on Sunday afternoon afterthe worship period. Having already passed 48 pears of married life, the couple were looking forward hopefully to the celebration of their golden wedding anniversary. Besides his wife, Mr. Rush is survived by the following children: Mrs. Robert M. Evans of East Crawford avenue, Mrs. P. B. Daniels of South Arch street, Fred H., ot Prospect street, Eston L., of Pittsburg street, Glenn W., and Mrs. R, N. McClurc, both at home. There are 12 grandchildren and lour brothers: Norman R., of Vine street, William H., and Jehu of Confluence and John S., ot Santa Monica, Cal. Mr. Rush was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal j Church where he faithfully attended. He was a 32nd degree Mason and was o member of King Solomon Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons; Royal Arch Chapter 281, Lodge of Perfection of Uniontown and the Consistory of'Pittsburgh. A man ot a retiring disposition and of simple habits, Mr. Rush was devoted to his work and his family. JOHN C. FORTNBY SCOTTDALE, Mar. 9.--John C. Fortaey, 80 years old, died early this morning of infirmities incident to advanced age. .. A lifelong resident of Scottdale, he was a retired employe of the American Sheet Tin Plate Company. His wife. Eliza Jane Ruse Fortney, preceded him in death eight years ago tomorrow. He leaves three daughters and three sons: Charles A. of Connellsville, Mrs. S. 1C Webb of Warren, Ohio, Harry E. and Raymond of Scottdalc, Mrs. W. F. Scott of New Kensington and Mrs. George Duncan of Mount Pleasant. There arc 14 grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. The body was removed to the Murphy Funeral Home where friends may call and the service will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at that place hi charge of Rev. M. M. Snyder, pastor ol the Scottdale United Brethren Church. Interment will be made in Scottdale Cemetery. The family requests that flowers be .omitted. LOUISE BOWERS Miss Louise Bowers, 14 years and five months old, daughter of L. H. ard Mary Bowers, died Monday night about 8:20 o'clock at her home in Isabella road, after a brief illness She was stricken with pneumonia T "day morning. She was born in Ccmnellsvillc and was an eighth grade student at the Cameron school. BcsldcsTier parents, she is survived by two sisters, Betty, n twin, and Mary Adalinc. She attended the First Presbyterian Church. The funeral service will be hclc at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home. Rev, Karl II. J. Schocnborn pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Hill Grove Cemetery. Neb., author of the TVA act, asserted in a Senate speech that Morgan was prompted by jealousy. "If President Roosevelt makes public after his conference the text ol testimony or slatemcnts given him, I think it might end the whole thing without a formal investigation," Norris said after his address. "All I want is to have the facts, brought to light in an impartial manner. If that is done, there is nothing to fear. In that way, we can protect the TVA. I would never seek to protect it by seeking to conceal wrong doing. If it develops that such action is warranted, I will be ready to introduce a resolution of removal ot any or all of the directors." Bridges, who opposes senate acceptance of Norris' resolution for a federal trade commisison investigation . of TVA, said that he would answer Nci-ris in the Senate this afternoon. Given 15 to 30 Years In Gas Station Theft CLINTON REVIVAL IN FOURTH WEEK, INTEREST GROWS By United Press. FRANKLIN, *Pa., Mar. 0.--One of | The revival services now in their the stifTost sentences given in Vanan- | fourth week at- thfe Clinton Church go county in many months wus as- | of _God Continue \\jith growing intcr- sessed Albert Knapp, of Van, on his ' " J "~ '' "" """ " plon of guilty to participating in the foldup of the Crystal Oil Filling Station near here. Ju.dge Lee A. McCrackcn late yos- crday sentenced Knapp to 15 to 30 years In Western penitentiary. Robert Miller, 215, ot Kcnnerdell, s charged with slugging two Oil City officers in connection with the same robbery. ROBERT V. REX, FRICK OFFICIAL, DIES SUDDENLY Robert Vincent Hex, 61 years old, n former resident of Leiscnring No. 3 nnd a member of Conncllsville Lodge, B. P. O. Elks, a superintendent of the H. C. Frick Coke Company in Fayette county for 31 years, died suddenly Tuesday morning at the family residence at Lambcrton after a brief illness of a heart disease. Entering the coal Industry as a young man, Mr. Rex rose to the supcrintcndcncy in 1007 and at the time of his death was in charge of the three Frick plants at Lambert, Bufflington and Footcdale. Mr. Rex succeeded Charles J. Mahcr as superintendent of the Lambert mine in 1921 when Mr. Maher bccnme the head of the Palmer mine. At that time the Lambert mine was not connected up with the present system of underground workings of the Frick mines on the belt system. When the Lnmbert mine was closed, Mr. Rex became superintendent of Bufllington nnd Footedalc. He, along with other veteran Frick superintendents, took a major part in the many changes effected in the tie-up of the mines which now can be traversed underground. He was born June 24, 1877, In Mauch Chunk, Pa. Before going to Lambert 17 years ago, he was associated with the mining industry at the Juniata and Lciscnring plants. Mr. Rex wai prominent in the Persons Who Failed To Gel SSA Numbers Must Wail for Compensation HARRISBURG, Mar. 9.--Persons who have failed to secure Social Security account numbers and use them in connection with application for unemployment compensation may expect delay in receiving their checks, Labor and Industry Secretary Ralph M. Bashore advised today. Will Meet Thursday. The East Liberty Fancywork Club will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Clyde Randolph at Liberty. Economics Club Meets. The Mill Run Home Economics Club met today at the home of Mrs. Homer Miller at Mill Run. Masonic bodies. He was affiliated with Fayeue Lodge 228, F. A. M. Uniontown Lodj»e of Perfection, the Pittsburgh Consistory "and Syri; Shrine. Surviving or'/ the widow, Mrs Jessie S. Hex; one son, R. V. Rex II and four daughters, Anne, Lois Louise and Janu. The funeral service will be hcl at 11 o'clock Friday morning in the f.imiiy residence at Lambcrton. Rev David Hunter of McClcllandtown will officiate. Masonic rites will be accorded at the grave in Slyvian Heights cemetery. Tarentum School Principal Forcing Hearing on Ouster By United Press. PITTSBURGH, Mar. 9.--W. A. Swick, whom the State Supreme Court reinstated as principal of Tarentum High School under the Teachers Tenure Act, was back in court again today. He awaited action on a petition for in Injunction against the Tarentum School Board from prolonging hearings on charges of insubordination. cst and Rev. G. W. Byrnes of 1119 VVest Crawford avenue, pastor, announced. "The large congregations and interest are bringing an inspiration and' help to all. There have been 20 conversions," Rev. Byrnes said. Services are held each evening at 7:30 o'clock. The pastor has been assisted by Albert Breakiron. WAKE UP YOUR Witbtul Calomel- And You'll Jam? Oil of Bed ii the Moraint Rtita* le Go The liver ihoukl pour out two pounds ot liquid bile Into your bowel* thlt btl« )· not fiowfnjr freely. yourfooddoc*n'tdicat. It just ilrc«yn In thu bowcU, Gu blokU UP your itomneh. You set coDftttpatcd. Your whole ·yitem Is poisoned tnd you feel wcr. ·unk and tho world looks punk. A mere bowrl movement dtxan't set at the caitiff. It Ulco those (rood, old Carter** LllUff Liver Tilli to net theso two poondi of bile flovrtnr trttly and roaVe you feel "up and up." Hitrznlcs*. eeatlf. ret Mnai* me in making bile flow freely. Aik tor Carter's Little Liver Pill*.by name. 25c, Stubbornly roCun anything clc«. TWO BIG FEA.TUKES TAVO BIG FEATURES Today and Tomorrow J THEVRE OFF AGAIN! NEWSREEL CAMERA- \ii'. NEK HEAD RIGHT WTO i TROUBLE! --PLUS-Entertaining Short* .Latest World Sews Come down and sitrn MASK SIGHT 1'ROXT CARDS TODAV! MRS. SARAH E. TODD Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Porter Todd, 81 years old, widow o£ George M. Todd, died at 2:15 o'cjock Tuesday afternoon at her home in Rostraver township, near Belle Vcrnon, after a week's- illness. A life-long member of tho Olive Branch Baptist Church, she is survived by the following children: Mrs. Fred Brown, Vandcrbilt. R. F. D.; Mrs. Ray H. Stephens, Fayette'City; Robert E. Todd and Horatio N. Todd, Belle Vernon; George and William TAX NOTICE If paid before April 4th, all 1937 City and County Taxes may be settled for the Face amount, without penalty. The above is authorized by action of the City Council and the County Commissioners. " C. K. McKESSON, Tax Collector. TODAY, TOMORROW and FRIDAY THE NEW Two All-Star Casts of Colossal Comics in a Great Double Feature! D O N W I LSON- Famous ("Play Don!") R a d i o A n n o u n c e r fixes up" the romance /Ufa of his boss ! Plus Comedy--News--Selected Shorts ' A"'miisrcal extravaganza of/fhe'-Gae f, ' Nineties.'.' '*"'

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