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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, March 14, 1938
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PAGE SEC. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL1,SVIL,I.B, PA. MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1938. I PERSONAL MENTION Mr«. F. A. Myers and son, Carl, of East Green street are ill at their home in East Green street. Jack Port, who underwent a major operation at the Connellsville State Hospital two weeks ago, was discharged Saturday and is convalescing at his home in Jefferson street. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement--9oct-«. Samuel A. Coughenour of Youngstown, Ohio, visited over the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Emma L. Coughenour of Green street. Gene Heavner and J. W. Eisley, Jr., have returned from Myerstown, where they spent the week-end visiting Lawrence Knee, -who is training to become a member ol the State Motor Police. Arnold's Hair Shoppe, 304 Second National Bank Bldg., will bo closed Tuesday, March 15th. Miss Arnold and daughter, Miss Viola, are attending Edlis Trade Show, William Penn H o t e l , Pittsburgh. Call Wednesday for appointments.--Ad- vertisement.--14mar-lt. Miss Rose Barren of Mount Pleasant visited in Pittsburgh Sunday. The Ladies Auxiliary to South Connellsville Firemen will hold a "500" and bingo party, tonight, in Firemen's Rooms. Lunch and door prize. Admission 25c.--14mar-lt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wiegle and daughter. Lee Ann of Elizabeth, visited Mrs. Wicgle's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stillwagon, of East Green street Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 3. L. Howard returned this morning to their home in Witter -avenue, having visited Mrs. Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cocklin at Harrisburg, since Thursday. Mrs. James Pujia of East Gibson avenue visited relatives in Pittsburgh Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lambert and son. Jack, of East Patterson avenue visited relatives at Wilmcrding Friday. - Mrs. Grotto Mclntyrc of Mount Washington, Pittsburgh, was a Sunday guest at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Ella Cook, of South street.. . Mrs. Tony ^Phillips, a patient in the Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, is reported to be getting along nicely. T, J. Hooper Bible Class of the First Presbyterian Church invites you to come and get a good stuffed pork chop dinner with home-made bread and all the good things that go with it, Thursday, March 17th, 5:30 to 8:00. Tickets 60c.--Adver- tisement.--mar!4-16. Edwin Guic, a student at Mount Union College at Alliance, Ohio, spent the week-end at his home at Dunbar. He is a son of Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Guie. Mrs. George Fuehrer, Jr., of Mor- lell .ivcmie is ill at her home. Mrs. H. F. Pcrdew of South Eighth street. Greenwood, and Miss Florence SlculTcr attended the morning ard aft-rroon evangelistic services which ,11 p being conducted at the Bjp'. t\ Cmn eh at McKeesport by Betty V.'t.ikljnd. Get IVyettf's delicious Hard Rolls at your favontc grocers', Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.--Advertisement --mar-14-10-17. Mrs. L. R. Wagner, who has been ill at her home' m South Piltsburg street, is convalescing. D. H. Vance of North Pittsburg " street went to Frostburg, Md.. Friday -~ night and was accompanied home "Sunday night by Mrs. Wagner and little son, Danny, who had been at the home of Mrs. Vance's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eichorn of Frostburg, where Danny was born February 22. Jacket suits or men's suits, dry cleaned and pressed, 55c. Free call . and delivery service. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement. --14mar-4t. Mayor Ira D. Younkin went to Frederick, Md., Saturday and was met there by Mrs. Younkin, who had - visited her sisters, Mrs. A. M. Sheppard and Mrs. J. M. Stiles, of Philadelphia. They spent the week-end - at Frederick with their daughters, -·Misses Grace and Ann Younkin, ' : students at Hood College, returning " home Sunday night. Before going to ^Philadelphia Mrs. Younkin attended mothers' week-end at the college _ over the week-end of March 5. - Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kennedy of 116 -North Eighth street, West Side, and -. Miss Florence Sanncr of.the Wagoner _: Apartments -spent the week-end at ^the home of Miss Sanner at Rock-wood. They attended a sugar boil- -ing paity at the home of Mr. and ;Mrs. Roy Snyder Saturday night. " They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. ^Ernest Stouilcr whose son, Eugene, is ^confined to his home with measles. r Athens Temple No. 80, Pythian rsitscrs, will hold a card party, "500" and bingo, Tuesday night, March ' 15th, in Elks Hall. Prizes, lunch. 25c.--Advertisement.--14far-2t. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Brobst and daughter, Miss Margaret, of Greensburg were guests of "Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Mcstrczat of West Washington avenue over the week-end. Week-end guests at the home of Mrs. William Dull In East Fairvicw avenue were her son-in-law ai:d daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ridge, of Pittsburgh. Kalph Wagner, employed in Pittsburgh, ipcnt the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H, Wagner of South Pittsburg street Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN "I don't care what the magazine ads say, swcatin' don't make clean folks smell. What smells is a garment that still holds last month's swcatm'." Wesf Penn Official , Dies at Uniontown UNIONTOWN, Mar. 14.--Stricken with heart disease shortly after the dinner hour, George T. Gorhrim, 57 district superintendent of high tension lines for the West Penn Power Company, formerly of Connellsville died suddenly at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at his home at Cl Evans street. Mr. Gorham had been associated with the West Penn Company for 32 years and came to Umonlown 28 years ago from Conncllsvillo. He was one of the best known company officials between Uniontown and Lig- onicr. He had joined the company as a lineman. Mr.' Gorham complained of feeling ill after the family had partaken ol Sunday dinner and was listening to tch radio. He went to his room and death.ensued In several minutes. ' Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Lillian Dunn Gorham; two daughters Louise, at homo, and Mrs. Margarc Gorham Jeffries; his mother, in Georgetown, Ky.; a stepson, Jamc Allton, of Masontown, Pa., and thi following brothers and sisters In Ken tucky; Russell, Carrick, Jcsso, Edn. and Virginia. He also leaves or.i granddaughter. Mr. Gorham was born August 20 1880, a son of George C. and Ann Tec Gorham, in Georgetown, Ky. He was a member of Laurel Lodgi 051, F. A. M.; Uniontown Lodge o Perfection and Fort Necessity Lodg 254, of the Odd Fellows. Jake rickus Die*. Jake Pickus, 67, prominent busi ness man of Monongah, W. Va., former resident of Fayette county collapsed suddenly Friday from heart attack and died shortly after ward. He was engaged in the copper and steel business. He is survive by four children. The funeral service was held Sunday afternoon wit interment being made in Oak Grov Cemetery. George W. Gossctt Dies. After a brief illness of pneumom, George W. Gossett, 67 years old, life long resident of Luzernc township died Saturday at his home rear La Belle. Hospital Patients. Mrs. Elizabeth Myers of India Head, John Sansonc of Dunbar an Ira Moon of Carnegie avenue hav been admitted to Connellsville Stat Hospital for treatment. Dies of Wounds. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 14.--Robe; Barr, SO, of Bobtown, accidental! wounded Sunday, March 6, at Pom Marion, died Friday afternoon Uniontown Hospital. Grim Reaper BIARGARET GRACE MARDIS Margaret Grace "Peggy" Mardis, x years old, daughter of Mr. and Irs. Samuel A. Mardis, died at .4 clock Sunday afternoon at the fam- ly home at Wooddale after a brief Incss. She was stricken Saturday ight. Besides her parents she jis urvived by the following brothers nd sisters: Arthur, Alice, Vi"r,on, amuel, Jr., Sara, Eva and Keymond, U at home. The body will be taken to the omo of the child's grandmother, Irs. Martha Mardis of Prlttstown, by uncral Director C. B. Brooks of In- ian Head. The funeral service will c held Wednesday afternoon at 2 'clock at the Paradise Evangelical Church. Burial will be in Grcenlick Cemetery,. Rev. A. M. Gahagen will delate. RAYMOND M. SOLTIS Raymond Michael Soltis, two months and five dnys old, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Paul P. Soltis, died Thursday at the family home In Run avc- luc after a week's illness of pneumonia. Besides the parents, he is urvived by three sisters, Rcgina Wae, Dolores Jane and Helen Kath- nne, and two brothers, James and 'aul William. The funeral service was held Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock at St. John's Catholic Church, West Side, ·lass was celebrated by the pastor, Rev. S. Moravek. Burial was in St. iohn's Cemetery at Brookvale. MKS. MARY C. IMMEL GREENSBURG, Mar. 14.--Mrs, ·tary C. Immcl, 04 years old, wife of jeorgc A. Immel, widely-known jrocer of Grccnsburg, died Friday morning at her home, 450 Stcck street, after a short illness. She eavcb her husband, one ton, G. Leo three grandchildren, one grcat- ;randchild and a brother. GKORGE A. WALKER SCOTTDALE, Mar. 14.--George A Walker, 82 years old. died at 5:30 o'clock Sunday evening at his home 205 Arthur avenue. He had been 11 for some lime. Mr. Walker came to Scottdalc ir 1899 as an employe of the American Sheet . Tmplntc Company. He remained with firm until seven years ago when he was retired. His wife, Mrs. Kate Grazier Walker, died December 24, 1931. Om daughter. Miss Lillian, at home, and son, Frank H., of Enola, Pa., survive, together with one grandson Nqrman H.. a brother, John F., o Lakeman, Fla., and a sister, Mrs Annie Smith of Brockway. The funeral service will be hcl at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening at the home in charge of Rev. J. E. Putz pa.slor of the Mcthodiit Episcopa Church. Burial will be at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Grandvlcw Cemetery at Tyrone. WALTEK EUTSEY Walter EuUcy, three ycjis old, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Eutscy White Postofllce, died at 10:45 o'clocl Sunday morning of complications The parents and three small sister survive. The funeral service will be helc at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon a the home followed by interment in Eutscy Cemetery. W. C. NICHOLS SOMERSET. Mar. 14.--William C Nichols, 85 years old, retired Middle creek township lumberman an farmer, died at the home of a step son, Allen S. Snyder, of near Hunt ingdon, after an illness of sevcra weeks which caused a paralysis the throat. He leave!, a son, Clarence C. o Webster Springs, W. Va., two broth crs, J. Franklin Nicols of Rock wood, R. D. 3, and Jesse Nicols Connellsville, 11 grandchildren an 15 nrcat-grandchildrcn. j-jj s ^ Sus.m Lucas Nicols, died 13 year ago. , MRS. ADDIE KIMMEL SOMERSET, Mar. 14.--Mr.s. Add! Kimriicl, 81 years old, widow 'Ldla Kobcrtl Dies. ~ HOLLYWOOD, Mar. 14.--Miss Lydia B'oberli, 32, blond Polish-born film actress, died Saturday of a heart attack. She had been forced to curtail her movie career the past two year* because of frequent heart attacks. Her husband, Hugh (Bud) Ernst, radio announcer, was nt her side when she died. Firemen'* Auxiliary Session. Ladles' Auxiliary to the Western Pennsylvania Volunteer Firemen's Association will meet Friday night, with Baldwin Township Auxiliary in the flre hall in Church avenue, Pittsburgh. Today and Tomorrow KAREN MORLEY · LEWIS STONE,, JACKIE MORAN "%.',,'.*" " V f ' Winning Numbers for Saturday's Bicycle 047858 047798 004362 avid Kimmcl of Stoyestown, died riday night at the home of her n-ln-law and daughter, Constable nd Mrs. James Berkeblle of Hoo- ersvillc. She had been ill lor sev- al months. She leaves six children, her hus- and having preceded her In death vcn years ago, 19 grandchildren nd nine great-grandchildren. MADISON M. ROMESBURG ROCKWOOD, Mar. 14.--Madison '.. Rom,osburg, 66 years, five months nd three dayo old, prominent Black jwnship farmers, died Friday at his ome between Rockwood and Gar- ctt. I He is survived by his wife, Lena, nd the following children: Mrs. (I. B. Blttner of Altoonn, Leonard nd Samuel J. of Rockwood, Mrs. usscll Barefoot of Conemaugh, Mrs. aul Pritts and Mrs. Frank Mull of rrctt, and Ruth, Esther and Juel home. There are 27 grandchil- rcn and these brothers and sisters: orman of Martinsburg, Theodore of 'agerstown, Samuel, Frank, Mrs. ViUiam Yutzy and Mrs. Robert irccy of Garrett, Mrs. Laura Stov- r of Pittsburgh and Mrs. Isaac Free Cumberland. DENNIS ACKERMAN MEYERSDALE, Mar. 14.--Dennis \ckerman, 87, retired farmer oi Northampton township, who had icon ill for nearly two years, died Saturday afternoon. He had been ngtigcd in farming until retiring 28 cars ago. Mr. Ackerman is survived by these hildrcn: Mrs. Wilson Bittner, Mrs. usan Fclkcr and William of Meyers- ale and Mrs, Norm.m Snylor of Berin. George Ackerman of Moycrs- iale is a brother. The funeral services will be hclc I 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Mount Lebanon Reformed Church vith Rev. J. E. Gindlcspergcr, p.-is- or, officiating. Interment will be made in Mount Lebanon Cemetery. IRMA ANN PINTO Trma Ami Pinto, live months old daughter of Peter and Victoria Solmon Pinto, died at 8:30 o'clock Saturday night at Conncllsville State lospital of intestinal flu nnd pneumonia. Besides her parents, she is urvived by two brothers, Peter, Jr. and Eugene. The funeral will be held Tuesday ftcrnoon with the cortege meeting ,l the home at 1118 Leiscnring nvc- P. Cropland, II! for One Week, Dies in Hospital Israel P. Crossland, 74 years old, died Jt 3:25 o'clock Satuiday afternoon at Frick Memorial Hospital, tount Pleasant, of complications. He had been ill just one week. Mr. Crossiand was born September .6, 1863, at the Crossland homestead n Bullskln township, one of 14 children of the late Richard and Eliza 3rcy Crossland. For the past 18 years he had been road supervisor in Bullskin township and was widely mown throughout the community. He was a member of the Mount Olive United Brethren Church. Besides his wife, Emma Stillwagon Crossland, he leaves one son, William Crosslnnd of Colonial No. 3 and two adopted children: Mrs. Oliver Coughenour and John F. Stillwagon of near the Pleasant Valley Country Club. Three brothers, George of Mount Plenbnnt and Charles and James of Uniontown and eight grandchildren also survive. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon with a prayer at the home at 2 o'clock followed by n service at the Mount Olive United Brethren Church with Rev. William J. Rltchey, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Hill Grove Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director John H. D. Slbcl. Daughter in Helms Family. Announcement is made of the birth of a daughter Thursday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Helms of McCoy road. It has been named Edna Elaine. Edna is the second child. State Business Must Pay Four TaxesTuesday HARRISBURG, Mar. 14.--Revenue cxpetts figured Pennsylvania would take in $21,000,000 during March in four taxes on business, due next Tuesday. Another $23,000,000 will be raised through a fifth levy, on corporate net incomes, by May 15, the revenue department estimated. Through a new self-assessment feature, the first four taxes arc due on the same date that returns are made, and the whole sum is expected to be collected before the end of the month. The four taxes are on capital stock, franchises, foreign bonus, and corporate loans. The foreign bonus is/ levied on tangible property used irj Pennsylvania by out-of-state corporations. 'The Department of Revenue will exact a 10 per cent penalty for nonpayment when due. March 15. Quickly following these four, the corporate net income tax falls dua April 15. It may be paid in two installments within a month. The department estimates it will raise $12,000,000 on April 15, and another $11,000,000 on May 15, when the second payment comes in. To all corporations in preparing returns, agents of the Department of Revenue will be available at Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Scranton, in district offices. The representatives can take affidavits free of charge. Looking for Bargains? Try our classified columns when you want something? Results follow. Fire Chiefs to Meet. Washington Township Volunteer Fire Department will entertain the Fire Chiefs and Assistant Chief's Association of Southwestern Pennsylvania Wednesday night at Fairhope. nuc at 2-30 o'clock, followed by blessing of the body at St. Rita's Church at 3 o'clock. Rev. Henry DeVivo, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be made in the church cemetery in charge of Funeral Director Milton V. Munk. 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