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PAGE TWO THE DAIJL.Y COURIER, O)NNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, MARCH 17, 19,50, t l d ea Gerhart M. Horewitz Ejigaged to Miss Rose Azeri of Pittsburg Mr. ind Mrh M,ix Ami of inland avenue Pittsburg, announce the engagement ot thoir daughter. Miss llosa Azon, to fr^rhart M Horowitz, son o° Mrs. Bmanuel Hoiewllz of Rncp Bircet. The betrothal ! of much intcre-st socially. Miss A/.en 'was Rnulualed from the- Uuivirsit. of P i t i s b u ' g , and havinp visited at tho ilot (f\ I z homo she has a mimbpr of t i l e n d s hero. Mi. Horowitz ib ono of C n n u r l l i v i l l r ' s best known young mm Ih d t ( ndcd tho local High School and is connected with the Fayelto Motor Finance Corporation. 1 \SIIIOX SHOW AT CHRISTIAN C H U R C H Featuring events at tho Chi i Ulan Church this vot\k will bo a fashion s-how Tl nrstluj afttornoon from 2 to 3 o'clock n tho Sunday school auditorium, ai ranged by Mis. Peter R \Velmer president of the Women's Missionary Soci-eiy. with tho rojpera- Uon of tho members Living models frorri Troutrnan'b and Nelson'u stores w i l l dis,nt;iv the latest lu spring f rention for \vomon. There will IK a music il proRiam and social houi with lunrh, in connection with t.u 8 how. On account of (he fashion show tho meeting of the- Martha Norton Blblo Class ha-s IKXMI moved up to Wedncs- dav afternoon, at which time ofllcoiu Thero will be a mooting ot the official b'Ktrd this cvoning At the mid-week Wednesday evening, Rav. Charles A Aldrlrh of C l a r k s U l e, Greone county, will be the speaker At the samo time thf local pastoi, Rev. E N. Duty, will speak at Mather, Greene county 'lh every-mombor canvavt ot the church will IK hpltl noxt Sunday afternoon L u n c h \%iU bo sc-rveii thr- twxms bePoie thoy go out FAMILY !I»'Ell TARTY F l t l U A Y VT COUTRY CLUB An inteie^-tins social event of tho week i« a family dinner party to be given Friday night at th* Pleasant Valley Country Club. Dinner will be fiervod at ii'30 o'clock, after which the l u m a l n d e r of the evening will be given over to cards and dancing. The affair is ior members and their families. OHRISTIA V IXDKAYOKERS KLJ CT STAFF OF OFFICERS The Young People's Christian Endeavor Society of ihe Chrtetian Church, hel I a vpry liitoi eating busl nees nveetl ig Friday evening at the home of Ml *s Mabel Shank in Murphj avenue rtn» meeting was called to on-dee by t)ie secretary, Miss Mary Bishop, m the absence ot tho president, Mies Mary Coyne and vice-p'refii- dent, Mies ]xutee Corvin The open- lag hymn, I Would fee True," was followed by a, ptayev by MJse Dorothy Kern, Fayette county missionary s-up- erlntendent of Christian Endeavor Officers for the new year elected and »re as follows: President, Thomas Charle* worth; With Mrs. Findlejr, The Forw.ud Cla %s of live Greenwood MethoHtt i niseopal Church will moot Tuesday i ight In the homa of Mrh. L M Find ey, South Eighth olieet. Giconwood At UnJontow i "Olnnep. Mrs Dot a Strouc ," Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stroud and M' 3, JBmraa Duncan of Dunbat wale arm ag the guests at a dinner glvrti FrM y night by Mrs. Elizabeth McDowell atJier home la Untontov, (i in honor t har'elBter, Mm Frank Peck. Mt. PIciwant M/ tt Licensed. Edward Spike* oif Mount Pleasant and Floronoe Brow} of VftnMeler were licensed to we I In Unioutowo. 250 Attend Third Annual Barquet of Vanderbiit Juniors This three year old athlete Is the son ot Mrs. M. Sarsftelcl, 5131 Hoopea St., Philadelphia. She sa.ya "Jackie's wonderful condition shows my idea la right. "Whenever he's the least cross or upset, or nan a cold, I give him a little California Fig Sy:up. It always j brightens him up, regulates his slom- wero ach and bowels; gives him a hearty appetite. I have used it with Jackie since he was a year old, auI it has vice-president, Charlotte Duty; eecre- never failed to help him promptly." tary, Urban Dumbauld; treasurer, All children love the rich, fruity Mabel Shank; pianist, Evelyn Patton. I favor of California Fig Syrup. A pure Plane weie made for the Fayette vegetable product, it doesn't gripe OT County Christian Endeavor fellowship I sicken, it always acts gently Wit X f. 1. CLASS TO OBSERVE TttEM'Y-TflllS'r The; N. r D. Cla«s of the Firtt Methodist Eplsropal Church will celebrate its tvventy-tirst aunlversui y w itli a covered- lish supper Tuesday night at 6:30 o'clock In the social room of hef home the church A musical piogram has been arran ;«1 for the occasion rally ami April fool party to be held in the Connt'ilsville Chrietia'n Church on April 1. Talks wesv given by the following Fayotte county offlcere. J. M. Kelley, efficiency tuperlntendent; Vernon Fitzimniona, Oonnellevllle distric superintendent; Miss Dorothy Kern missionary superintendent. A tall was also glv n by Mre S. L Floichei Christian En le-avor State mtsekinarj superintendent The meeting wna closed with th Mispah benediction, followed by , social hour 01 music and gamps, afte which refreeli nients were served. HOSPITAL ACXMJARY WILL MEET TUESDAY AFTERNOON Tho Womai e Auxiliary to the Con nelleville Sta e Hospital will mee Tuesday aftei noon at 2:3-0 o'clock in the Woman's Culture Club rooms a the Carnegie Free Library. Mrs Meyei Aaron, president, will preside A good attendance, is desired. JOOT BA?»QT ET OF W. O. tSB Y. M. V. CLASSES The annual joint banquet of 1 Win Ono Clas. and the Young Men's Bible Class f the Fii*t United Brethren Snntiay School will he belt Tuesday nigttt March, 18, in the din ingroom of th church. The banque will be served promptly at 7 o'clock. Party for Scottrtnle «lrl. A d e l i g h t f u l surprise paity was given S a t u i d a y afternoon bv Mr and ' Mrs. E. B Foster of Uubois street, Scottdalo, in observance of the twelfth birthday anniversary of the-ir daughter, Mae Those- present were Ruth Mclntyre, Janet Louise EC hard, Lavera Hollictay, Elizabeth ·Stelnman, RUtii Koslai, Marjorie FergiiBori, Jean Ferguson, Lois Kepner, Ruth Gibson, June Ottc-nberg, Adeline lloyle, Betty Hoffman, N i n a Ruler, Dorothy Me:G Betty Lou C r o w e , Janet Portei. Ruth Sherman, Dorothy Ruth, Dorothy Iletzel, Merldeth Ruth, Lois Solomon, Kllen Truxell, Botty Ruth Hetzel, Oeraldlne Urunil«y, Omer Foster and Emmelt Foster. Refreshments weio served by (he hostess, asaistwl by Mrs.. Ottenhorg, Dorothy McGee and Blanche Blair. The honor guest was the recipient ol many lovely gifts. G. G. Club. The G. O. Club will m-eot Tuesday night in tho homo o£ Miws Evelyn lilig, South Arch strot. P. of A. Meothii?. Liberty SiHor Council, Daughters of America, will meet Tuesday evening Ail nii'mbers arc tequeetod to oe pre6ont a* business of importance will he transacted. Criterion TBlsslonary Chib. The Criterion Literary Club will meet at the 1 ome ot Mis. George E3 Baker In Eaei Apple street tomorrow evening at S o'clock Tho subject is "Current Eve.ifa" Mrs. Fred Rush will be- tho leader. Licensed at Cumberland. William Wa,ton Forsythe of Layton and Ca-therlne Marie Shaw of Brown- Atld, William E Is'lcklow of iVewport, K y , and Eli/.ibeth Crertrude Ilarron of M o u n t Pleasant were lloensed to at Cumberland. J. H. 0. Club. Kathlet a King will ontertain tho J B 0 Cl ib ut a Stain Patrick's Pay party Tuesday night, March IS, ai S nth First Baptist Events. The boaul o' truste-B -will meet Tuesday niuht in the church. Mrs K H Stevens will b« hostess a( the resulai rneolms of tho tierean IlibU I'la---, at 1 or homo in Wills road The lune is 7 ,iO There w i l l be a progiam aud lelrtshments. Luthcrsu* Men Tonight. Tlit monin'.v inoctiug ol tlie MPI a Bible I , t^ anu Biotliorhood ttt Tn- n u \ L u t h e i ui C h i i ' i - h w i l l b. h e l d tin-, f V i n S i i s a *hi» home Of O K V i l i n u i , ji'J Vi t* s 1111 K \ u i j niem- b i w a ^ t . d t" bi^ puvseut All the men of 'ho c l u t c h aie invited. T. J. Hooper Class. The T J Hojip*r Bible Class of the First Pixss'byto! fan Church will meet tonight at 8 o'c ock in tho chuich MM. B dley Hostess. Mrs. FranJ: K Bui ley of Ohlopyle will entertain tle A K. W Club Tuesday night in the home of h-er slbter, Mrs IDwuig IL Harmon in West Mor- tou avonue. Past Chiefs Will Meet The Past Ch efs Association of Friendship Ten pie No. 35, Pythian Siaters, will me t Tuesday night in the homo ot Mrs Anna Brown, Franklin avonue. G. B. 1 , Will Meet. The (jornum ieneftclal Union will meet tonight at / o'clock la Odd Fellows Temple foi It8 regular bu«ineefl meeting-- At th* close of the soseion cauls will bo Hie diversion at 8 o'clock All members and friends are Invited. Eas( r Dunce. The Triangle C ab of Unlontown has Issued invitations tor its annual Easter dance to b given Friday night, April 4, iu its club rooms. Smlthtield Woman 83, Mra. Harriet Shaat, who was oighty- two yeats old on Satu^'tlay, celbratod the event Friday night at her home ut Srnithifleld with re resentatives of four generations in itteiulance. Of the cloven children, s t were pies-ent, the others living at too great a distance to make the trip 11 tlila time. On Saturday at noon a hicken dinner was served to other r iativea and friends Mrb Shoaf has 11% od iu the Smithfleld vicinity virtually nil her life. 1 OVlock Luncheon. Mrs Harry L. R agan will entertain the Silver Thimble Club at a -1 o'clock luncheon \\ edneaday afternoon at hoi home in Suth Eighth btreet, Gieenwood. United Brethren Events. The Royal Circl ' Class w i l l meet Fiiday niglit in the home of Mi6s Amy Boor, South E ghtH street, Greenwood. * ; Sunday, March : 0, ha« been set neide aa roll call and on Sunday, April 13, nnnlversaiy day will be ob- thoroughly to cleanse the system ot blltoua, headachy, constipated children, Doolora say It tones and strengthens wfiak bowels. Try it with your child. See how bad breath, coared tongue or feveiiahness disappear! The name California marks the genuine, famous for 60 years. So look tor it -« hen buying--Advertisement. AN3) WR8. BROWN RtJRPRlSFD ON 58R1 WEPD1KG AXN1VERSAJIY Mr. and Mrs A. J Brown, widely known couple of ConnellsvlUe, w«re lelightfully surpribod Sunday ~v'hen ihotr children and grandchildren a^- .imbled at th«lr hom« in South Ninth Ktreet, Greeilwood, to assist in celebrating theJr fifty-third wedding anniversary. A feature Of the occasion was a family dinner served at noon. Covers w«ro laid for Mi. and Mrs. Brown, their sou-la-Jnw and daughter, MT. and Mrs. H E Burns ot Pittsburg, their daughter, Mra. Una Morris at Lom-ei, their grandchildren, freorgc Burns of PiUbburg, Miss Mary Moirls at hom«, Mias Lillian Bxtrns, a «tud«rit at tho Waynesburg College. Waynesburg, and Mrs 9 W. Kan«hak o£ Bowes Run, a grent-prandchlld, Gerald Fansluvk Mr. Fanrtmk was al»o pr-esiut. Mr. and Mr 1 ! Brown wero resldenta'of Grafton, \V. Va., at the time of tfcetr marriage in Octklaiiei, M4., March 16, 1S77 Follo\\lttR their mariiago they continued to rosldo ut Grtifton for alwut four years.' Th*y have r«aided in Connollville for Rbrut forty-five yiaia and have a ho»f of frionds In tho community. Mrs. Brown was Mias A n n a Sampson before her marringe Both Mr. and Mrs Brown are active members of tho Ureonwood Methodist Bplscopftl ChvircU end considering thoir advaisood yoarf they enjoy goad health Mr. Brown was a building contractor in Connellavillo for a num- bo" of years. A duugiiter, Mias Georgia Brown, a registered nurse in Pltttsburs. was uixabJe to be present at the celebration. I'HKSBYTERY MODERATOR WILL SPEAK AT JOIT BAHQUEf Tho annual banquet of the Mary Die k Bible Class and tho Christian Culture Clasa of th« First L'nitec Pttsbytorlun C h u i c h will be h*k Thursday irglit In the social room 01 the Gieen\\ood Methodist flpiscops.; CHiirch The change in tho dato has bee a niado for the conve-nlence of who may be registered in the Leadership Training rld-ss-eo Rev. Dr. Ouy D Wallace, pastor of tho First United Preftbyterian Church of BrMdock and moderator of the Westmoreland Presbyf«rv, "will bo thi principal Bpeftkor. Dr. VV«.llaco la f, verj capable Bpeak-oir and his meflsagt promises to be very helpful to the womon. Two tmntrrefl ftfty r »reonB gathered Saturday evening at the VaiidOTblH Junior Hall for the th rd annual ban- «uet ,of VandtTbllt C nincil No. 104, Junior Ofdw of Ui Ited American MeohanlcB, and Coi acll No. 167, Daughters of America Benjamin S. Davi*, secretory o* the Dickerson Run Y. M. C. A~, gav an interesting talk OD the history o, the American Flag, R. K Smith of D* **on, super! n tendent of the Dui bar tcrwnfthl schools, .spoke on the duoatlon of th children. He urged t ie cooperation ot the parents In gett ng the oung st*r« to attend regular T. The program follow : Song, "America," a* erablage. Seating of officer* b' Daughters America. Talk, R. K Smith. Instrumental selectio i, Mrs. Grove Taylor and four sona. Selection, male quar et Address, Benjamin S. Reading, Mis« Th*lm. Mickey. Inatrumental selectio , Mrs- Grove Taylor and lour sons. Selection, mate quart »U Reading, Mrs. FVank t«yiolls. Song*, assemblage. At tho close of the program, th gathering renewed acq alntanoefl. To* banquet was serv d. by 16 mfrto bers of the Daughlers t { America, MAYTAG Gives the World a NEW W A S H E K WANTTO LOOKYOUNG? Th* B«or»t ot ktoplng rounr la t fsel young;---to Ho tlili y J must wotol jrour liver Mid bowela--t ere » no nee' of bavins « sallow con pl*'on--dark ring* und»r your ey J--pltnplo* l)lllou« look !n your te te--dull eye ·with no »j».rklt Youi aootor wil tall you ninety per c«Ht f all aioknes comes from Inactive boit da n-nd liver Pr. Bdwanls, u w*li-^ nown physl cian In. Otitq, pnrfacted a vegelabl ooi^Soand us a anbstitut for calotno to act on tho Hvrr and t owols, which h* gave to hi* patients t r yeri. Dr. Avra.tA» Qllvt Tfcbl ts are gentla In their action )-»t »lw ya effective They help brln* about that natura Uuoy«,ncy whiish »U »10' Id enjoy by tonlnfr Vf th» U^er and clearing: th *y«te«i of (mpurttSwi Dr Bd-warct% CHiv* r»b1et« «r known bj th«lr olive color 15«, 80c, flk --AdvortiB9jnent, REBEKAHM WILL Itlll'PHDAY OF SCHVyLKR COL.FAX EXlna Itobekah Lodge -vsill cele'brato lio annlvereary of tho birth of Sohuy- er (kilfax, who founded tli-o first in- sUturton of the lleliekah Sisterhood, toriifht m Odd Follows Temple. Member^ of G-eneral Worth lx)dge, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, vill be guests. A covereU-digli fcupper will be seived. A program will foi- ow. Mooting- Batflf Chungred. Owing to the change of Ihe meeting place to Odd Fellows Temple in South Pittsburg street, regular meet- nge of Leo Etta Lodge No. 515, L. A o B. ot R. T., will be held on tins first Wertneeday nights and third Thursday afternoons of each month. Members ave requetted to note tho change. Thursday afternoon. Match 20, ie the iext legalar sossoin. anoe i3 tequii-ed. A good attend- B-rlng results. Try them. Children's Colds ^* A Chcdced without "dosing." Rub on tit MILLION JARS USED YEARLY An Ester oautala will be given Fri- I.tY l U K l l t , \ p l t l IS On Ea k i b t u d a A p i i l 20, theio w i l l lie ,i i c t o p t i u n i«i now mmbcr-i, laciamcnt o£ Holy tomnumion and baptism of iKlulte ai d intants. Conferonee. A (.-ongi«i;tttional onkienoe in the i n t o u b t of the b u d -jet of the Fiist Uultod I'tebyteriui Chinch will b« held Tuesday nlifht it 7 15 o'clock in the church Every member is urged to attend The s a i v i s for tho next will be ataiUd Sunday, March The Walker Invalid Home Chexvlck, l'iu (15 .Vi, From Pgh.) WIH Board ami (Jaro for Ag«-d or Invalid Persons. Kates $20 Per Week. Best of Care. Tel. Springdale 286. HUNDREDS ATTEN) FUNERAL SER7ICE FOR BEIXE N iWMER Very largely attended was the ftineral Sunday aftornoo i for Mis Belle Newmyer, one of the best- known residents of Ixm ir Tyrone township who died Fridt r morning Tho service was conduct* d at t Newmyer homestead whlcl was fillet beyond capacity. It wai estlmaiet there w«re 125 automob- les parked about th« hom« Rev Percy A. Davis, poitor of the PeiTyopolis Christian Ohi rch, officiated He wa^ assisted by lev. Thomas Wood, pastor of the Vandorbilt Christian Church. State £· mator and Mrs. Harry J. Bell, Mrs. Boy C. Wil- Klnson and H, D. Shallenb 'rger sang "Nearer My God to Thee," "No Night There" Und "Abide With. M »." Interment wa,a made- ii the old Bethel Cemetery lix Lov« · Tyrone township. The pallbeaf jre were Frank Zorn, Lloyd Stride! -r, George Ruffcorn, Matthew Oault, William Cochran and Byron Cu iningham. Among the persons in . ttendance were Dr and Mrs. John "K . Newmyer and daughter of Irwln, Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Wurtz, Mr. and Irs, O. R. Begelman, Plttsburgj Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Newmyer, Duqummt , Mra. J, B. Barx, Mrs. William Rot era, Mrs. Ralph Tinkerton, William Newmyer and Mac"beth N-ewmye_r, Bell lyue, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C, McCor, ilck, Detroit Uoyd Umbel Dead Uoyd Um1»I, 69 years old, died Saturday morning at his hxae near Marlcteysburg, He wai bon October 22, 1870. Beskles his *lfo, da, he la surriVed by two son* 10d one daughter, William of Mart ley»burg, and Robert of Unlontown nd Mrs. Orle Lowdermllk of Uniontov n. Three sistere, Mrs. Amanda Fraz e, Mrs. Bert Watson of Markleyabi rg, and Mrs. Annie B. Bariuhouee o ' Uniontown, and ono brother, 'hurman Umbel ot Maykleysburg. Mr. tlmbel was a lifelong member of the Church of the Brethien and was well aiul fivvoi ably iaov n. QnJckly Stops »renrteel Con ,' Coughing won't bother y m this winter it you keep Foley's He iey and Tar Compound on hand Whet! er y-our cough results from a cold, rrltated Bronchial tubes, tickling thto, t, troublesome night coughs or a i onstant nervous hacking, each dtjse- of Fotey's Honey and Tar carries Its curr tive demulcent virtues into direct contact ·svitfe the Irritated surfaces, ai 1 gives instant relif. Feels good to the throat, warms and comforts, s'o opiates, mildly laxative. Ask foi '"'oley's, Foi sale at C. Roy Hetzel's, Woolworth Btdg--Advertisement. 5 Use our classilled adverbs-en ont. NEW Maytag re.pi natuls an equipment and development cost of $4*500,000. The modern Maytag ahrminmn foundry and Maytag grey iroa foundry cost $2,000,000- Tbe baJ- puce of the plant, equipment and development cost brings the investment ap to $4,000,000, and an additional half million dollars in special equipment WBS necessary to produce the NEW Maytag. Maytag NOW givrsyoa a NEW rotter water remover with NEW encktsed, poA- drive and ha i'«^y NTCVW^ auto-t^pc shiro* lever for starting and stopping the water action. jThesjG and other new features giwc the NEW Maytag greater new efficiency and neater appearance./ NOWy» ahmuiium tab. fltl f'^ MTl^l t*fC a NEW one-paece, for a home demou3ftrJrtfatw ge,. th e NEW Maytag perform in your own home. If it doean'tadl itself, don't keep it. Divided pa: you'll never mias. THE XiAYTAG ~COMPAISn^T Iowa i UM / Maytag NOW mtro- Permanent PUIIndrtplilK Vnrinry Briuich, Maria* Bnlldln*--SBI-8 !V»nlh Bmad 8t, rhlladelnhln, Pennn. The NEW quiet, lifetime, OQ^Mcktd Drive T U N E an MMM B«dlo tmt KJUXCnMl N $ 4.5 0 0,0 0 0 P R O D U C T FAYETTE Morgantown Fayette Street**, MAYTAG COMPANY 117 West Apple Street, JOHN H. WORK Phone Pa. PH. Jttwnmum MANY PAY TRIBUTE TO DANIEL FLETCHER More than 400 persona attended tho funeral eorVIco held yesterday at the County Lin* Church, of tlie Brethren near Champion for Daniel K Pletoihor, Well-known resident oC rndlau Creek Valley. Th* ehurch was filled to capacity and about as many stood about outside the doors. Rev R. E Shober, pastor of the Church of the Brethren of Oonnell»vtlle, officiated and a qnar- eto, composed f£ C % B Brooks, Mrs Royal White, Miss Kvelyn Miller and Smith Miller Bang "The Old Rugged CrosB," "Good Night and Good Morn- ng" and "Abide With M«" Pallbearers w«r« ^randstjns. Tliey includ-ed 3rdo and Renio Pletohev and Urban Dumbauld, all oP Oomiellaville, Howard and Yemen Solomon, both of iharnpion. Interment was in Mount Cemetery. ftew Achievement In Face Powder ot likin of vouth lies In every box -wonderful MEltLO-aix) Fftoo "ttie purest powder made -color is passed by the XJ. S Uov- erfiment. No pastiness, flaltlnoss oi rrltatlan, A new French process rtivk.es It spread more smoothly ami prevents largro pore*. No moro shiny ioSe»-- .t stays on longer Use MELi- Connellsvillf Druff Co -- Ad- ELKS CONDUCT RITUAL AT BROOKS FUNERAL FINEST I THEATRE DMLY INOONTOI 11 P.M. UNIONTOWN-PHONt I9S2 t [PlONtEO.! SOUND MHtlnm 19-ao.noo 16-ltS-BOu \YEEKOFMARCH17 ^[onday, Tuesday, Wednesday The old W«et llv*s again In color and thrilling action on the slni?ingr-Ulklng screen! The FIRST Out-Door, AlI-Talklni?, All-Singing, All-Dancing, AU-Lif*-Action- Fllim. ENTIRELY IN TECHNICOLOR "SONG OF THE WEST" With John Boles, Vivienne Segal, Joe E. Brown. A Warner Bros. Vitapnone Navural Color i j icture! Still playing on Broadway at $2, It comes to you for Its first shewing In this section at usual State prices' Thursday, Friday, Saturday A dozen melodies--a thousand Iaughn~-a million surprises! The comedy spectacle of mirth, melody, color and r nuance. Tho greatest all-talking, ·singing, dancing shew you've ever spen on stage or screen! "NO, NO, NANETTE" With the Greatest Sinking Love Team, Alexander Gray and Bernice Claire Louise Fnzpnda, Zasu Pitts, Luclen LittlefleUl Burl Roach The comedy spectacle of the age' and AMOS i* ANDY EVERY NITE AT 7 P. H. The- body of Marshall D. L Brooks, a, Connor resident o£ this place, whose leath occurred iscenUy at San IMego, Cut, where he had gone for tho benefit f his health, was iutened yesterday n the Lutheran Cem=Ui v. at Indian lead In cluuge of Funeial Diiectoi C 3. Mitchell. Membeia of Connellsville Lodge o£ SJks, o! which lie was a memlbei, erved as pallbearers and also c o n - i ; ; noted the ritual o£ tho organisation lev Frank Ilollenbaugh, pastor of the Evangelical Chuich at Davwtown, ronounoed the benediction, rfaJl- earers woi-o .1 II Shawn, A J Roller, J. II Beighloy, J. Danagli Arm- Irons. Charles II. 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