The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 25, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 25, 1939
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SATURDAY, T M A K C ' H 2H, 1(130. D A I L i Y U O U K I K K , CUMN1L'1..1..SVIL,1L[5. F A . PAGE FIVE. PERSONAL MENT.ION Donald Widmcr o£ Witter avenue, who underwent an appendicitis operation at the Connellsville Slate Hospital, continues to improve. Card party, P. H. C. Hall, Saturday night, 8:30 prorr.ptly, 25c.--Adver- tisement.--24mar-2t. Mack Lobinger o£ Mount Pleasant, ·who underwent an operation six weeks ago at the Uniontown Hospital, was taken to his home Friday. Free! Co/Tee Cake with every 25c purchase. Rose's Dairy Store.--Ad- vertisement.--24mar-2t. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey E. Haas, Miss Anna Mary Sweeney and Miss Mary Margaret McGarrily of Lcisen- ring attended Gounod's "Faust" Wednesday night at Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh. Ice Cream, all flavors, 12c pint. Hose's Dairy Store.--Advertisement. --24mar-2t. Miss Betty Martin of Dunbar left Friday night lor Buffalo, N. Y., to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Coughonour. Doughnuts, dozen 19c. Rose's Dairy Store.--Advertisement.--24mar-2t. Anthony O'Hara and son, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. O'Hnra, of Morgantosvn, W. Va., Mrs. Anna O'Hara and sons, Thomas J., and Martin L, O'Hara of Monessen, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Madigan of Charleroi, Mr. and Mrs. John Ramagc o£ Fairchance, and Mrs. Bridget Connell of Uniontown were among the out-of-town persons attending the funeral service for William O'Hara, held Friday morning at the Immaculate Conception Church. Anthony O'Hara is n brother of the deceased. Rummage sale by T. J. Hooper Bible Class of First Presbyterian Church, Wednesday, March 29th, 9 A. M., in church basement.--Advertisement.--marl 0-11-13-25-27-28. Mrs. G. W. Miles, who has been ill at her home in Vine street, is Improved. All the sparkling new spring hats, Sl.OO to $1.95. Princess Shop--Ad- vcrtisement-25-mar.-lt. Harry L. Martin of South Ninth street, Greenwood, motored to Pittsburgh Thursday night to accompany home his son, Jack, who had been a patient at the West Penn Hospital since Sunday for tests. Alluring spring dresses and chic hats at economical prices. Princess Shop--Advertisemcnt-25-mar-l t, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Henry of East Murphy avenue, Mrs. Bertha Green of Ford City and Miss Mary Henry of Kittanning, attended the funeral service for Grant Whipkey, held this morning at Barrens Church, Somerset county. Mr. Whipkey was a brother- in-law of Mr. Henry, Miss Henry and Mrs. Green. Betty Ellen Landman of Mount Braddock was admitted to the Uniontown Hospital for an operation. Mrs. Harry L. Martin of South Ninth street, Greenwood, who is confined to her bed with grip, is improved. Mrs. Sadie Brooks of Robbins street has returned from Minerva, Ohia, where she visited her sister, Mrs. C. F. Tedrow, and another sister, Mrs. W. H. Luker, of Canton, Ohio. Aunt Net By ROBERT QUILLEN "Since Cousin Henry won that lottery, his credit is good for anything he wants. He says he's livin* on the interest, but it's other people's interest in what he's got." SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK Licenses Suspended. HARRISBURG, Mar. 25.--Stale Liquor Control Board revoked two licenses and suspended 1G. The suspensions included: Fred Marinelli, Fairchance, 30 days, and Hocco Lapenta, New alem, 40 days. -at- Men's Suits - - Men's Topcoats Plain Dresses - - gg c Spring Coats - - - gg c Skirts - - - - Prec Call and Delivery Service. MEN'S SUITS Hand Tailored Phone 1965 S I M O N S Cash Carry CLEANERS 105 South Pittsburg Street. 921 West Crawford Avenue. WORK BEGUN ON MT. JOY CONTRACT Super - Highway C o instruction Brings Many Applicants for Work. MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 25.-With the breaking of ground on the Mount Joy stretch of the superhighway Thursday, it was estimated that at least 500 persons applied for work at the offices along the route. At least 200 sightseers were present also as large steam shovels of the Guthrie Marsh Peterson Company went into operation. The mile and three quarters in this section, crossing at least 15 properties, is considered the most difficult section of the route, inasmuch as the hills to be cut down are the largest and the fill-ins the greatest. This part of the road wfu reach from the Fred Zelmorc property to thc Charles Stoner cabine near the Methodist Kpiscopal camp at Laurelville. A 24- hour-day is to be maintained on the project. To Bccin Revival. Beginning at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening revival services will be held each evening, w i t h ' t h e exception o! Saturday, at thc First Baptist Church. The pastor, Rev. S. S. Cuthbert, will preach. Fifth Scries Sermon. At 7 o'clock Sunday evening Rev, Harold C. Baer, pastor of the First Evangelical and Reformed Church will give the fifth in a series of sermons, "Disciples of Christ Through the Ages." Parent-Teacher Mcetlnjr. Although only 60 persons attended the Parent-Teacher meeting he'.d at Junior High School Friday afternoon it was considered one of the most successful ever conducted. The RiCiltcrtd U 3 Pj!»nf 05, By R. J. SCOTT LF.Stoner Dies In Home Where He Was Born POUND OF AU1M1HUM WIRE WOULD REACH AR.OUMO -fHE EA.ft.tH, IF MADE BU-f 1/10,000 F AK IKcH -frflcK BY A NEW PROCESS -W I R E IS USEP IN PLAHE.-T"- NEARES NEIGHBOR -TO -rfiE. EAR.-ffl ADDED SEVEN MILES OHE OF -THE WORUD'S BlC^ES-f S l ^ N S - 136 FEE1" FROMloP 10 Bo-ffoM AND F I V E ClY BLOCKS LoH^ , -fHE S i q K Y/A.S D U ^ IK THE. S I D E Of- YE-P-BA. B U E K A v I S L ^ N P , OPPOSITE SA.H FRANCISCO IK. THE GRIM REAPER Ohiopyle JOHN FABISZKWSKI j DOMfNICK A. McCLE.VRY SCOTTDALE, M n r . 25.--John. Dominic!; A. McCleary, 71 years 'abiszev.'Ehi, CB ycara old, died Kri- ' oici. employed in thc office of thc di- day afternoon al his homo at C2B Painter street, Everson. He had lx:en n former employe of the H. C. Frick Coke Company and had resided in thc Evcrsor.-Vnllcy district for the past 40 years. He is survived by his ,, ,, _ wife, Cecilia, and the follov/ins r h i l - i born December 11, 1867, at M u i r k i r k , dren John of Scottdale, Knmk of i Scotland, and came to this country Portsmouth, Va., Mrs. N r - l l l e', when only a boy. For about 38 years and Mrs. Hose Wisnicwski of Ever-; ], c had resided in Connelkville, corn- son, Victor of Allison, Bruno o.' \ - ing llcrc j,. onl Dunbnr. He '.var. mar- Harrlsburg, Sister Alphonsa of the :-; c d to M!js Surah McCusker of Dun- ; vision accoun'.ant of the Baltimore : Ohio R i u h o r i d , Pittsburgh, and well . known in this community, died tit | 12:1B o'clock this morning at his '· home, 54- East Crawford avenue ;iflcr n lin^erinc; illness. He was George F. Witt Dies. SOMERSET, Mar. 25.--George F. Witt, 162, prominent merchant, died Thursday at his home here. He operated a meat market until ill health causdd him to retire, the business being liken over by his sons. Pie leaves four children, four brothers and three grandchildren. SpL'Clal to Hie Courier SCOTTDALE, Mar. 25.--Lyman F. Stoner, 80 years old, one of the best-known residents of East Huntingdon township, died at 8 o'clock Friday night at his home at Alverton. He passed away in the same house where he was born and had spent his entire life. Mr. Stoner had been vice-president of the First National Bank of Scottdale since 1025 and had been 'a member of the board of directors for 46 years. At one time he was a road supervisor in East Huntingdon township. Mr. Stoner, who was a son of the late Solomon B. and Hannah Fretts Stoner, is survived by his wife, Mrs. Parmelki Null Stoner; two * sons, Clyde T. Stoner of Ruflsdale and Frank N. Stoner at home; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at the Mount Nebo United Brethren Church of which he was a member with Rev. W. V. Bamhart officiating. Interment will be made in Mount Lebanon Cemetery at Tarr. Held on Liquor Counts. ERIE, Mar. 25.--The U. S. grand jury returned 17 true bills charging violation of the liquor laws. They included Angelo and May Dominic, Antonio Oteavio, Gioachimo Leone, Joseph Di Aluision, Frank Spinos and Antonio Leona, Somerset county. Order of Holy Ghost in the Pittsburgh, and Joseph, Stanley, Pearl nr.ri V i n cent nt home. There arc also 2-1' grandchildren and two sister.-, Mr. 1 ;. ' Mary Yozwiak o£ Prince George, Ga., i and Mrs. Veronica Drog of Kverson. : The funeral mass will bo held at S o'clock Monday morning at St. i bar. In his earlier years he clerked in several Connellaville stores, and in 1917 entered the employ of Uie Baltimore Ohio Railroad as a member , of the force of the division account- ; home she ant's office. About two years ago he : sons, _George and Fred Raflerty, at \vns forced to give up his work be- OHIOPYLE, Mar. 25.--The Town- fcnd Club elected officers for the enduing term. They are: President, Mrs. Jesse Woife; vice-president, Mrs. Laura Schaefer; secretary, Der.zil Holt; treasurer, Mrs. Mny Wallace. After the business session two speakers, Rev. Golden and Mr. Tiffin, were introduced and gave information the progress of the plan. First in Eleven Years. The stork paid its first visit in 11 i years to Mr. and -Mrs. Vincent Mor- ; rison Wednesday and left* a daugh- | ter. The family has three other girls and one son. Personals. Mrs. Elizabeth Rafferty went to j Uniontown Tuesday to visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. end Mrs. Hugh Raflerty. Before returning ill visit with two other Edwin Bower Buried. The funeral for E. E. Bower was held Tuesday afternoon with a prayer at the home in South Arch street followed by a service at the First Methodist Episcopal Church with Rev. L. S. Elliott, pastor, in charge, assisted by Dr. W. H. Hetrick, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, and Rev. A. R. Mansberger, pastor of Methodist Protestant Church. Burial was made in Hill Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were J. W. Prinkey, S. T. Ervin, M. Banner, L. Leichliter, Chnrles Zurceski and G. Crawford. PROTECTION Advance knowledge o£ funeral procedure is a protection against mental distress and flncanial hardship. This knowledge should be acquired before the need arises. Call on us for any desired information. Chas A. McCormick FUNERAL SERVICE 306 So. Pittsburff St. 85-j --Phone-- 85-M Joseph s Catholic Church ,,t tvcrson. ! Interment cemetery. be in the church Cau5( , of m hcal , h H c was a mem- bcr of thc , mmacul!lte Conception CORA EASTHOLM Miss Cora Eastholm, a resident Greenwood for a number of year? died at 5:10 o'clock Friday afternoon at her home. 104 Sampson street. She had been ill for about a week. Miss Eastholm was a daughter of . c h u r c h _ B Q.«idcs his wife, he is sur- { v j v e d by , hc fo ] low ; ng children: James McClc-ary of Scranton, Ver- Youngwood. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jackson spent Thursday in Uniontown. Mrs. Etta Rush visited her sister, Mrs. William Groover, at Belle Grove Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Allen Bolen and children, ^ , j ~ .i. · m ^irs. /u crt eoien ana cnuaren, ;omcn, Raymond ar.d Cnthmne Me; | ^ ^ Jcan Kentuck °' Clcary. all at home, and ThomnE of i \Vnri nc ^div v's't'ne M \V A W 1 this cily . Also surviv ing are three _ grandchildren and a sislcr, Mrs. Tild- I ' M p-innln cn B aU. ol ConncllsviHe. | in^r'theTast Thc funeral service will be held at and not much 9 o'clock Tuesday morning at the school session, after which the parents visited with teachers. There were art and writing specimens shown on the walls of the rooms, and in the hall. Two Fire Alarms. The Mount Pleasant Fire Department had two calls Friday. The first, early in the morning, was a field fire at Old Bethany. In the afternoon a fire in the yard of the McCulley home at Sycamore and Bridgeport streets, spread to a grape arbor. . Fire Chief Louis Sergant has already made an appeal for more care in the burning of rubbish. Cottage Prayer Meetings. Two cottage prayer meetings were held by the Methodist Episcopal Church Friday evening, one at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mason and one at the home of Miss Nannie Duncan of West Washington street. They are preliminary to the revival services that will begin Monday evening at the church. GENERAL WORTH STAFF INSTALLED Newly elected officers of General Worth Encampment, Independent Order o£ Odd Fellows, were installed by District Deputy Grand Patriarch George \V. Smith of Point Marion, assisted by Lloyd H. Fowler and C. C. Montgomery of Point Marion and Guy Ross and Herman Bremler of Uniontown. Those inducted follow: J. S. Molnar, chief patriarch; L. K. FisTier, senior warden; John G. Haynes, high priest; Arthur Getcheli, junior warden; C. F. Hirst, scribe; James W. Prinkey, treasurer; C. S. Harper, guide; H. L. Silco.x, R. K. Smith, J. P. Frazee and L. P. Stewart, watches; Ira Flesher and John W. Luckey, guards of the tent; and W. E. Shearer and William H. Anderson, sentinels. After the meeting, a chicken and biscuit dinner was served and a smoker held. Point Marion and Uniontown had large delegations in attendance. The funeral service will be held | Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemc- at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at tcry. the home with Dr. W. H. Hetrick, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, officiating. Grove Cemetery will be in Hill GEORGE M. BENNETT George M. Bennett, 57 years old, well-known resident of the Brownsville district, died early Friday morning at his home near Thornton. MRS. PAULINE KASHAHV Mrs. Pauline Julia Kashary, 79 years old, died Friday at her home on the Uniontown Country Club road, after a complication of diseases. MRS. ELLA A. CROW Mrs. Ella Acton Crow, 65 years old, died Friday afternoon at the home o f ' a sister, Mrs. G. H. Ewart, after an illness of two years. Coal Acreiyc Sold. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 25. -- Deed showing transfer of more than 1,058 acres of land in Nicholson township from Republic Collieries Company to Martin Mining Company for approximately $48,000 was filed with Recorder of Deeds P. F. Hynes. The acreage includes surface and coal. Gene Collins of Uniontown spent a few hours Tuesday evening visiting Mrs. Nellie Collins in Grant street. He will leave this week for Florida to join his mother, Mrs. Lydia Collins, who has been there for the past four months. · Rev. and Mrs. F. S. Wortman spent a few days in Uniontown. Carl Lewis of Pittsburgh spent last week-end visiting his wife at the home of Mrs. D. P. Collins. 'aramount Theatre -- Today Only -- Also Showing Lnst Exciting Chapters of 'S. 0. S. Coast Guard' --and-"Tim Tyler's Luck" 2 Features! Stonday, Tuesday, Wednesday. 2 Features! Second Big Feature "Mystery Plane" ' "With JOHS TRENT MABJORIE REYNOLDS STONE America's favorite comic strip is now on the screen!' Meet all your friends of wiic "funnies" face to face. Tailspin Tommy in new and exciting adventures in the movies! VOK FEATURE TIME CALL 599 ; E H Sibel's, the last word in Funeral Service. Call Connellsville 150 TODAY--MONDAY ^IBBfpdaiMB^lliJEiitt^fflpi^a^iJJa^iiy^ft^ "NOT OHIY GOOD, PRACTICALLY PERFECT!" --Says Time Magazine Tho wise and witty romance of a man who transformed a street girl into a ¥-,:». , ·-. ·-···» society .'.·.;·;.';',,,-;.''i^ 90 hilarious days! ^m^^^M^^^mf- wM WENDY MILLER W WILFRID LflWSON M A R I E L O H R . 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