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March 9, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1D3S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. JPAGB NINE. R^ad Entire Bible Uuring Revival At Mill Run Church MILL KUN. Mar. 9.--Revival sor-j .·ices at the Baptist Church came to · i close Sunday evening with a re- :onsccratlon and communion service. During the three weeks of services *· Ihe congregation read 5,251 chapters it the Bible. Some of the members read the entire Bible. Grancc Has rroRrain. The Grange held its regular meeting Saturday evening at Junior Hall. During the lecture hour some inspiring talks were given. County Farm Agent R. E, Carter used as his topic "Pasture and Dairying." Hampton Potter of the Ohiopylc Grange gave a report of the work being done in other granges in this district. George Skinner, lecturer of th- local Grange, talked on "Tax Revision." Sprincfilcl Teachers Meet. A meeting for the teachers of Springfield township was held Friday afternoon at the Normalvillc school. After the business session the regular lesson of hand writing was given under the supervision of Mr. Dunbar, a representative of the Peterson system. Patron's Day Program. Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson nnd son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Roy Griflln of Uniontown, attended the Patron's day program of the Mi"'. Run school Monday evening. It was presented under the supervision of Miss Zona Ruth Robinson and Earl Burkholdcr. Personals. Gerald Galariadi was a business caller in Uniontown Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Waters, Mrs. John Waters and Dcnzil Holt of Ohiopyle attended the revival service- nt the Baptist Church Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Showman and ' children of Flatwoods visited friends here Thursday. Mrs. Grover Work nnd son, Graydon, were shoppers in Connellsville Saturday. Sidney Prinkcy was a business caller in Connellsville Saturday. Francis, Florence and Jcannctte Marietta were shoppers in Connellsville Saturday. Hunter Newill nnd son, Dale, of Uniontown visited the former's " mother, Mrs. Emma Newill. Thomas Moon of Youngstown, Ohio, visited his aunt, Mrs. Susan Marietta, Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krcpps spent . the week-end with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwright of Pittsburgh. James R. Oglinc Dies. SOMERSET, Mar. 9.--James R Ogline, owner of Maple Grove Farm Somerset, R. D. 2, died Sunday at Sarasota, Fla., where he had been residing since Christmas. He leaves his wife and two children. ( Another Valjeari Koler Holsclaw and wife .. . mcnped, good citizen now 'Revealed as an escaped convict from prison at Raleigh. N. C., following on automobile accident at Buchanan, Mich-. Kolor Holsclaw relics on hi* 12-year record of respectability to bring him a pardon from North Carolina authorities. Holsclaw. shown with hl« wife at Buchanan, said ho would not fight extradition. --C-i'f-ol Presi Mf. Pleasant Twp. Men Are Acquitted Of Chicken Thefts ' Special to Tho Courier. GREENSBURG, Mar. 9.--Edward Umbaugh and Marion Newell o: Mount Pleasant township today were acquitted on a charge of stealing seven chickens January 11. Tho charge was brought by Milton H Marklc. DIGS GRAVE AND IS FOUND DEAD By United Press. HORNELL, N. Y., Mar. 9.--Walter Elster, 63, was found dead sitting in a grave he was digging in a cemetery here. He was found by Fred Pomeroy, a pallbearer for * the man for whom the grave was being dug. The coroner said Elstcr had been dead for about three hours from natural causes. The man stopped to rest beside the grave, about four fee deep, when he died. News of Tri-Town Community Where Garbo-Stokowski Find a Retreat Pair DAVVSON, Mm-. 0.--Jane Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Moore of Vanderbllt has been ill nt ler homo. 'Mrs. J. F. Black ot Liberty returned home Sunday after a several weeks' visit with her .sister, Mrs. J. A. Hngcrmun o£ Beaver Falls. Miss Gcraldlnc Levcrgood and Miss Dorothy StanKelberR, student nurses at McGce Hospital, Pittsburgh, spent Sunday with Miss Levergood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lcvcrgood ot Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGlll of North Dawson, Mrs. Paul Landy- morc, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. I. Morningstar, Mr. and Mrs. Ken H. Collins and daughter, Vivinn Yvonne, were Uniontown callers Saturday. Joan Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black of Liberty, has been ill nt her home. Miss Betty Shallcnbcrger and Miss Mary Belle Whipkcy, students of California State Teachers' College, spent the week-end at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Shallcnberger und Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Whipkcy T. C. Tlngley and son of Clairton were Sunday Rucsts of Mr. and Mrs. George Lcvergood of Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Collins of Vanderbilt visited recently with their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, who is a student at Grove City College. Rev. and Mrs. Thomas A. Charlesworth left Monday morning for a visit with their son and daughtcr-m- Inw, Rev. und Mrs. Arthur Charlesworth of Jacksonville, Fla., nnd their son-in-law nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Roe of Miami, Fla. Rev. Charlesworth is pastor of the Philip G. Cochron Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church. Mrs. Lester Barricklow of Vanderbilt was a Thursday evening gue.st of Mrs. Thomas Flynn of Connclls- vllle. Chickenpox Couldn't ·Spoil His Attendance CEC1LTON, Md.. Mar. 0.--Gene Bouldon is only 11 but he hasn't missed Sunday school in seven years and he wasn't going to let chickcnpox spoil his record. With the ailment, he couldn't go to class itself so he sut on the steps of St. Stephen's Church and got credit for being present. SPEEDING PAIR MARRIED ON RUN RICHWOOD, W. Va., Mar. 9.-Married within a mile: Myrtle Ellen Hunt nnd Archio Jackson hired a taxicab and had Rev. Lawson Williams perform the nuptial ceremony while the cab was driven toward the Virginia state line. Villa Clmbronc, nt Kavcllo, Italy, where Greta Garbo nnd Leopold Slokowskl, Inset, meet At this picturesque old-world estate, the Villa Clmbronc, overlooking tho Bay of Naples at Ra- vcllo, Italy, two mysterious persons, believed to be Leopold Stohowakl, the orchestra, leader, and Greta Garbo, the actress, have taken up residence. Mar- rlago banns, required by Italian law, were expected to bo posted from here by the two, frequently reported to be already married, or soon to marry. M A R R I E D HER FOR . SPITE, W I F E WINS ! DIVORCE DECREE UNIONTOWN, Mar. 0.--Charges that her husband entertained another woman during her absence from their one-room furnished apartment won a divorce for Katherine Tribble, 23, of Martin, from Lynn O. Tribb,le, 27, Charleston, S. C. The decree was signed by Judge Harry A. Coltom. The couple wore mnrricd July 28, 1031, Yonkcrs, N. Y. Two months later to the very day, the wife charged she found him and a girl, both nude, In their one-room furnished apartment and that, since then, he has been living with still another woman, who she says is the mother of two children. Relating the incident that resulted in her divorce action, the wife said: "I went into the next room and a few minutes later they were dressed and then they came out nnd my husband took her downstairs. Then he came upstairs and we quarreled-naturally. He told me thnt wasn't the first time and that it wouldn't be the last lime for he was in love with this girl and that lie had only married me for spite." She said after the argument, "I packed my things and left. I went back to my father and mother." Schools Warned "Chaos" Is Near By United Press. ATLANTIC CITY, Mar. 9.--The schools owe as much to dull-witted students as they do to bright ones. Dcwilt S. Morgan, superintendent of schools £.* Indianapolis, said here, and if they don't take steps to keep children's spirits of self-reliance alive there is trouble ahead for this country. He told the American Association of School Administrators that "a generation ol children is RrowinK x.p with the idea that individuals have no chance to help themselves--nnd therefore no responsibility for so doing," adding: "Every one knows that this attitude. If held by many for long, leads straight to chaos." Even the dull-witted have a right to live and to cam an honest livinj', he said. Venus On Half Shell Freed. CHICAGO, Mar. 9.--Pretty Alice Carlson Railey, who played the role of "Venus on the Half Shell" nt Chicago's Century of Progress Exposition held a divorce from her husband, Jesse Railey, on c r u e l t y grounds. THREE FORMER OFFiCERSSHOT IN GUN BATTLE RIO GRANDE CITY, Texas, Mar. 9.--Three men, two of them who were to have gone on trial on charges of murder, were killed In a gun battle with five special deputies. Deputy Sheriff Octavio Sanchez said Justice of the Peace A. P. Vera, Jr., had deputized five men to serve a warrant on Ilulalio ElSzando, 40 former Starr county deputy sheriff. EUrando, Jose Cantu, 54, former Rio Grande City deputy constable, and Ramon do la Cruz, 34, Starr county deputy shcrilf, were slain. FORMER SOMERSET TREASURER DIES Special to The Courier. SOMERSET, Mar. 8.--Morris M, Walker, 54, former Somerset county treasurer, died suddenly' nt 12:15 o'clock Monday morning. He had suffered a heart ailment. Mr, Walker served as treasurer from 1932 until 1936 when succecdcc by the late George Longridgc. He is survived by his wife, Carrie H Snylor, and these children, Winfleld Franklin and Nina, all of Somerset and Mrs. Norman T. White of Philadelphia. f Chinese Fish Learn Art .Of Walking on Land By United Press. NEW YORK, Mar. 9.--The hey-day if the guppy, whose spectacular irecding habits supplanted the gold fish in the hearts of American fish 'anciers, was doomed by a pair of Chinese ualkina fish, versatile and wriggly creatures of the deep who have- discovered the art of walking on dry land. According to W. J. Connelly, Cleveland fish fancier, there isn't a own m the United States which does npt contain a tankful of guppies. iVhat will happen to these towns now s a matter for conjecture. Connelly displayed a pair of walk- ng fish today at a rehearsal of an air program called "hobby lobby," devoted to the spare time occupations of stamp collectors, scale model builders and speakeasy card fanciers. The fish, known to ichthyologists as Channa Asiatics, were put through :hcir paces on a wooden, runway. They frolicked up and down the runway in good style, covering its six feet in one instance in six seconds flat, timed by stopw'atch. Connelly said the flsh can travel several hundred yards on dry land and can exist for 12 hours out of water. They have an extra breathing apparatus back of their gills and move over the ground with a rapid wriggling motion, propelled forward by their pectoral fins. ' They prefer the early morning, when the dew is on the ground, for a stroll through Chinese rice fields from one pond to another, according to Connelly, who described himself as an amateur ichthyologist and is editor of the Cleveland Aquarium Home News. About 10 inches from tail to nose, they resemble an elongated perch and are esteemed for food by the Chinese. The guppy is threatened not alone by the walking fish, but by other strange species which are coming to the attention of breeders. One of the most menacing is India's tree-climbing perch, but there is also the archer fish ot 'the East Indies, an expert expcctorator, which spits with such accuracy as to knock a fly off a twig at a range of 11 feet. Then there is the Neo Tetra, which glows with a red light when it wants a date, and the Indian glass fish, which is trans- luscent and under proper conditions almost invisible. ^Around the turn of the century," Connelly said, "everything was gold fish. It took the guppies to get the tropical fish really going." So long, guppies. Walker Weds Walker to Walker. BECKLEY, W. Va., Mar. 9.--Vera Hazel Walker became the bride of Carson Arl Walker. Rev. Gilbert Walker officiated. -ferfhe Entire Family " t * \ * i* * ,, !d The Boss Says:--"Too Many Shoes." .Our stocks must be reduced at once to make room for spring merchandise. Give values no one dare resist and we will get plenty of action. 458 Pairs · All · Heel Heights omens ® Blacks ® Browns ® Blues ® Greens ® Tans © Greys o Kids © Suedes ® Combinations So, Out They Go, at Prices You Dare Not Overlook-Sale Starts Thurs., Mar. 10 Former $2.49 Values PAIR Blacks and Browns ln leather and Rubber Soies - s ' zes 6 to PAIR W O M E N ' S Better Grade SHOES Values to $3.49 LARGE GROUP llany With Cleat To $2.251 Viilucs 562 Pairs s Hove!ty · Pumps ® Straps ® Ties H I G H A N D L O W H E E L S Any Wanted Color Women s House Slippers AH Size-'. MEN'S DRESS SHOES and dXFORDS Calfskin uppers. Genuine Goodyear welt construction. 83.98 values. All Sizes Oxford or Full Shoe Type--Good Wearing Soles--Ideal for School Sizes: Small 12 to Size C.

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