The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 17, 1930 · Page 3
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March 17, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1030. -fTHEJ DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLS^ILLB, PA. PAGE THREB. Looking Backward FRIDAY, M I R f H 12, 1880. A company compose! of C'aptain J. M. DuShane and others from Pltts- burg, which r e c e n t l y purchased the coal under tho farm of Samuel R. lx7ig, contemplates the erection of 100 ovens neu- Broad Ford. James FierniiiK, a Baltimore- Ohio trackman, id killed while walking on the track near Hofstt'« cut when run down by a freight train. Robert Sm'th, sevin, is seriously hurt when he falls f r o m a wagon of tlmbM- atul tho wheels pass over his body. George and John, eight and soven yearn old. s6ns of Mr. anci Mrs R. H. Honry, are badly burned when ihey put some powder on a hot stove. E K,. Hy nil man, general superintendent of the PittHburp Division of the Baltimore Ohio Rirlrou.il, return.) In | order to betome general manager oC' the Connellsvillo Coke liion Company. FRIDAY, MAIM II 11, 1S90. t)otailed report of the Connellsville coke trade for the- week ending March 8 shows a total of 14,597 ovens in the region, of which 14,034 are in blast and 56,1 idle, with a total estimated production o£ 124,i(J5 tons. Marriage- licenses are lasued In Uniontown as follows Jame« H. Clay and Rebecca Austin, both of Leleen- r i n g . William H. Ferrell of Vanderbilt and Mary 0. Truman of Redstone township; John M Hart of Oliphant and Minnie L. Wolf of Pittsburg; Ilich ml B. Callaghan and Annie Acton, both of Unionto\vii r Adam White- hfad and Margaret L pg, both of Jefferson kownehlp. John McCreery, a hrakeman on the Baltimore Ohio f r e i g h t t r a i n , has a foot crushed when a ar rune over it a'i Pott Royal. Pa!rick Haney, -IIJ yoars old, dies at l.eisenrtng from pneumonia.'' Daniel Dublin, a moulder in tho fchopf- of the Conno-lls^lHe Machine far Company, Is budh burned when he drope a pair of wet -ongs into molten I'qiiid from w h u l he is m a k i n g a casting of bra«H. t'.o hot. braps! sphtahing over hi^ fact* und arms. William Autenried, i laborer em- ployel at the Prick slope at Broad Ford, hae his hands badly mangled when he drills ink) a dynamite cartridge which had failed to explode. It Is nereeeary to amputate- the arm. I.,. K. Hankteon, superintendent of the Weet Penn Powei f Company'e plant at Qre«n Junction, Is transferred to Pittsburg to supervise operation of the company's 14 generating stations, i J. E Thomas, system operator, la promoted to superintend- nt of operations. These aro newly created -positions The Firet Baptist Church congregation votes the adoption o' a four-yewr" forward program, designed to raieo' $60,000 and in which is embraced the single financial system v,htch is considered the moat revolutionary step in church history. The Gregory Brothers ot Uniontown purchase the Yough House for approximately $80,000, The Connellsville Oarege Company in Ea«t Apple street !« bold by J. I, 1 . Evans and V. J. Clark to Robert F. Sample and Thomas L. Howard of Unioutown. Joseph Dull, S5 years old, oldest resident of Broad Ford and a Civil War veteran, dies. Rev. H. W. Millen, pastor of the United Presbyterian Church of Scottdale for 20 years, reeignh because of illness. Rev. Thomas Hughes, pastor of the Scottdale Christian Church, aleo resigns. GEORGE REEDY IS GUILTY OF MURDER IN SECOND DEGREE UNIONTOWN, March l7.--George Reedy, Alabama negro, was found guilty of second degree murder on Saturday evening at 6 o'clock by a jury which deliberated Uu-ee hours, lie was charged with hta'bbing to death his sweetheart, Eliz i Byrd, 19, of Jamison Works, near 1'erryopolis. Reedy displayed his pleasure at the verdict and thanked his c unsel. A pleasant exchange aUo marked the termination ol the cat-e with the court, .ludgo D. W. Hendeiaon thanking the jurors for their aUontlreness to the case. HOUSE ES BLOWN FROM FOUNDATION NEAR REPUBLIC FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1900. UMONTOWN, March 17 --Mystery Detailed report of the Conneltsvllle surrounds the explosion and fir at coke t r a d e for the week ending March the AVbert Jones home, loc ited along 10 shows a total of liO.071 ovens in the Monongahela Railroad tracks be- the region, of whvch 19,597 are i n | t w e e n Republic and Mi rrUUtown Saturday night. While Mr. arid Mrs. Jone i were reclining in their home, a tei rifle blast lifted the building from founda- smashed the front door'nnd set (Ire to tho blinding. MONESSEN LODGE HOST TO DISTRICT PAST CHANCELLORS blast and 174 idle, with a total estimated production of 222,173 tons. Tho contract for the erection of the V i t l p Trust Company building ie aw aided to James V, herry Corn- puny of Fltt'oburg »t it bid of 164,000. Tho Slay maker-Barry Company huys j the patents for a steam automobile' .·ml w i l l m a n u f a c t u r e the vehicle at South Connellsville. Engineer J. 11. Btilhvapon of thie place is killed when h,s engine runs into the rear of a truin, hauled by a K h l f t i n s ; engine, at Lemont. Man iage licensee are issued in Uniontown as follows: Rudolph Zantz Monessen Lodge No. 168, Knights ol and Enima Stminiller, both of Dunbar; i Pythias, will be hosts to 'he Past Harry Fleming and Xollte Chestnut, Chancellors Association f t ' South- ·both ot Belle Vernon; Albert Saul western Pennsylvania ou Vodnefaday Silcox and Sarah Blanche Renner, evening, March 26 both of Connelleville; Charles B. Tho meeting will be an open affair Kathburn of Kast Liberty and Mame' a n , d ttn elaborate program of enter- Clark of Dawaon; William Cochran l^TM^TM^TM"^ to ft)llow and Ophelia Ann Grimm, both of Dickemon R u n ; W. (J. Wllkins and Molfl* Stone, both o( Rockwood, and G«o?ge F. Bakw and Stella Hardy, both of Dunbar township. Cunningham, a former member of Company D, 10th Kogiment, now a member of Troop F, IT. S. Cavalry at Fort Logan, New York, i« home the business session. Clarence L. McDonald of Connellsville is president of the association, Dickerson Run mCKERSON RUN, March 15.-P. II. Fteldson, Plttsburg ),ak« Erie assistant master car builder ot Mo on a furlough, while convalescing Ke * s Roqke, paid the Dicfceison Run from a broken leg Buffered when «"" sll) P 8 a vistt Thureday. i anderbllt thrown from a horse. Mrs. Chrtetlna Rlchcy, wife of John J. Rlclioy, dies at li«r homo at Pennsville. Walter DeBolt, brakeinan and extra G. L. Shallenberger o£ wae a Plttsburg business culter Friday. Mr. and Mra. J. C. Jacobs, Mr«. Stewart Cumberland, Mrs John Fer- conductor ou the C. O. branch of rarl aml Mr6 - George Levergood wero the Baltimore Ohio Railroad, has! Connolleville shoppers Fridsry. three ribs broken while making a I Mr - and Mrfi - lA°y4 Shallenberger coupllnj: at Manor Land, n«ar Somer- | spent laet evening visiting George jjej^, Rite-nour and family at B echvlew, Pltteburg. Mrs, Richard Sldow of We it Craw- THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1910. Detailed report of the ConnellevlIIo coke trade for the week i nding March 5 ehowe a total of 39,425 oven6 In the region, of which 36,419 are In blast and 3,006 Idle, with a total estimated production of 467.311 tonsi. 8. B. Decker resigns as a member of the police force. Ewin« Bloater narrowly escapee d«ath when he attempts to board a fast moving freight train as It rushes past the Pennsylvania nation here. He mtefces his footing and falls between the platform and the track, his clothing being ripped hi several places. John Rush, 79 yeare old, dies suddenly following an attack of apoplexy. Milton Mitchell, BO years old,' a prominent farmer of Stewart township, i» found dead In hit bed at his home thioe mllee from O'liopyle. Thomas Williams, 71 years old, for 40 yeara a resident ot Uroad Ford, dies at Dry Hill. j THURSDAY, M A K f H 18, 1920. Detailed report of the Coimellsville coke trade for the week ending March 13 showe a total of 35,740 oven.s in the region of which 23,158 are in blast and 12,196 Idle with .1 total estimated production of 244,470 tons. S. L. West, division claim agent of'. the Connll6V3llf TJtvision Baltimore! Ohio Railroad for th« ,met seven ' y-eera, .with offices at HocVwood, hae! been promoted to the Pitteburg Bl- vialon. Frank W. Jones, principal of the Crawford school, resigns to become traveling auditor '·*» »« \Vest F«nn Power Coinpanjf "^*^sj ford avenue, Oonnellsvllle, was the gueet of friends here Thursd iy. O. W. Heatly was a Coniiell«vllla business caller lost evening. 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