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March 15, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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TU~~OAY, MARCH 15, 1938. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEIXSVrULE, PA. PAGE FIVE. PERSONAL MENTION I Mrs. John Kiferle and daughter, Elizabeth, arc confined to their home, 203 North Piospect bticct, with grip. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard Dean and son, John, of Sycamore street visited friends in Pittsburgh Monday evening. Jacket suits or men's bints, dry cleaned and pressed, 55c. Free call nnd delivery service. Simons Cash Si Carry Cleaners.--Advei liscment. --14mar-4t. Miss June Lowery ot East Patter- con avenue is receiving treatment for a fractured left hand. Athens Temple No. 80, Pythian Sitscrs, will hold a card party, "500" and bingo, Tuesday night, March 15th, in Elks Hall. Prizes, lunch. 25c.--Advertisement.--14far-2t. Miss Sylvia Donnadia returned this morning to resume her duties as a student nurse at Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh. She visited her patents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Donnadin of North Eighth street for two weeks. Keystone Club, "500" and bingo Wednesday night, Odd Fellows Temple, 25c.--Advertisement.--15-lt Kenneth Reid of Chicago spent the week-end at his homo at Reidmorc Miss Florence E. Duggan of South Pittsburg street visited in Pittsburgh Monday. Mrs. H. A. Lynch of East Potterson avenue is visiting relatives a Baltimore, Md., for a few days. William M. Fox, South Pittsburg street wallpaper and paint dealer went to Cleveland this morning to attend a wallpaper style show to be held at the Statlcr Hotel. The shov embraces the Cleveland district which includes Pittsburgh. Miss Alicia Bertz, Red Cross supervising nurse, with headquarters at Washington, Pa., has been confined to her room since last Thursday by illness. Miss Bertz was located in Connellsville before going to Washington. Miss Mary Rishel of Uniontown and Miss Edna A'nslcy of Mount Braddock were guests of Miss Helen Kerns of South Fourth street, West Side, over the week-end. G. W. Gordon of Scottdale, who was a patient at the Uniontown Hospital for an injury suffered in n fall several weeks ngo, returned home Saturday. Daniel Ridcnour, who was ill at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Reagan of South Eighth street, Greenwood, for the past week with an infected jaw caused by n tooth, left Monday for Mcadville to resume his studies at Allegheny College. Charles H. Stouffer of South Pitts- burs street visited his sister, Mrs. A. H. Murrie of Pittsburgh, a patient at the Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh, Sunday. Mrs. Murrie, the former Miss Harriet Stouflcr of Connellsville, underwent an operation about three weeks ago and is getting along nicely. Mrs. George S. Evans of Hyndman is the guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kerns of Ncwmycr avenue. Mrs. W. L. Guard and daughter, Marjorie Lois, are ill of bronchitis at their home in Robbins street. Edward L. Smith, circulation manager for The Courier, who was ill at his home In Youngstown, Ohio, for a week, resumed his duties Monday morning. . Max .Rackoft of New Kensington was a business caller here today. Miss Catherine Balsley of North First street, West Side, is visiting at the home of her cousin, Charles Balsley of Dayton, Ohio. Miss Bc's- ley is employed in the office of the Goodwin Company. Mrs. George Bcal and son, George, Jr., of Detroit, Mich., are visiting ai thu hcmc of the Mrs. Belle Cropp, No. 1. Frank B. Moore of West Chester was a guest of Miss Grace Davidson of Isabella road over the week-end , Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN "A girl is a big help. She cleans the middle o' the floor and all I have to do is clean under things and in the corners" D A Y A T C A P I T A L A S I N T E R P R E T E D BY DAVID LAWRENCE Continued from Page Four, of business are saying wilt win th confidence of the business, world Mr. Roosevelt has hnfl five years t cure economic ills. Business says "Give us the chance now." In short, business is, oskin whether the Nation wants two ycai more of Roosevelt domination an experimentation or two years o congressional independence. Under representative system of governmcn t was intended that the members o Congress collectively or by a major ly vote would know what lows wcr best for the people and that it wa dangerous to leave functions of th lovomment to the mind of one man especially if that man's pride an tubbbrnness seemed more importan o be maintained than for him or h 'ollowcrs in Congress to concede wrong. Business men have not forgottc that Mr. Roosevelt promised to b :he flrst to acknowledge when he wa n the wrong. But he hasn't. Th undistributed surplus tax has provo .he most mischievous law passed generation. It has been prove mischievous by fncts and figures of-1 'cred not only by big business men, but by small ones too, by Democrats who have supported Mr. Roosevelt os well as by thousands of persons who ,,. never participate in politics at all. In the face of such evidence, Mr. Roosevelt's continued insistence on the "principle" of the undistributed surplus tax has produced of melancholy and discouragement among business men which reflected Itself in lower and lower morale during January and February. Now, however, comas encouraging word that Congress is to act on its own judgment. Congressmen who have their ears to THE OLD HOME TOWN r*d U S P»trii OH it By STANLEY RECKON CAN GET USED TOANVTHJN6 ' IN TIME-- DO VOO SINCE THEY oip ·THAT FLOOD CONTROL WORK AT THE I?)VEr? BEAJD, Or4LY SLEPT VJ1TM MY BOOTS OM - FOUR NIGHTS IN THE PAST TVvO Grim Reaper B. OL WOMEN'S C. T. P. TO MEET SIRS. ROBERT CUNNINGHAM I Th( / Jaltimoic Ohio Women's Mrs. Tobitha Cunningham, G2 , c T J p. ul) l meet at 2:30 o'clock years old, wife of Robeit Cumims- Wedn ' 0! , dav n r tculooll in the Y. M. ham, a melons resident of Stewart c A audlloilum . township ana Ohiopyle, died Tucs- In ;iddltlon to dlllCU s.,ion of im- day at the family home near Ohio- j lam buiincss ^^ wiu be two pyle after a mgcnng illness. , k b inl spcakcrs . Mrs. Cunningham, a daughter of * j ) Francis, and Jane Morrison and a , , s , R Dcad member of the Method st Episcopal j SOMERSET Mill , i 5 ._ Mls . Sarah Church, is burvwed by her husband, ^ , shank, 80, wife of John W. five sons, Clyde, Edward, Walter, Robert, Jr., and Funds; tlnce daughters, Mrs. Ophelia Conrad, Mrs. Mabel Glover and Miss Rutfi Cunningham; her mother, Mrs. Jane Morrison; one sister, Mrs. Ethel McLam of Belle Vcrnon; two biothcis, Dr. W. R. Morrison of Oberlin, Ohio, and J. George Morrison of Hopwood, and 13 grandchildren. Shank of Shanks,viIIe, died Saturday after an illness of 13 yeai's. Her husband, four chlldien, 13 grand- childicn and live great-grandchildren survive. who survives %vith the following children; John, Pearl, Dora, Margaret and Evn; also a brother, Ar- The funeral rites will be conducted thur Williams of Scottdale and two at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Baptist Church at Ohiopyle. Interment will be made in the family plot in Sugar Grove Cemetery. LOUISE PARNELL Louise Parnell, six months old, daughter of Virgil and Louise Parnell ot 113 South Fourth street, died at 5 o'clock this morning after a week's illness of pneumonia. Besides her parents she is suivived by'one small brother. The funeral mass will be held at 8:30 o'clock Thursday morning at the St. Rita Church with Rev. Henry! DeVivo, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. sisters, Mrs, Mary Smith of West Newton and Mrs. Pearl Malone of Newlicld, Pa. The funeral service will be held Wednesday afternoon:" The body ' will be taken from the home at noon to Sewickley Presbytcrion Church at Millvale where services will be held at 2 o'clock. Interment will be in the church cemetery. cnt Democrats win the Democratic nominations. By discriminating sense and cire- ful study of the record of the individual Senators and Representatives, to determine where they have minds of their own or can easily be bribed by Presidential favor and patronage, the American people can pick a Congress that will give the green light to American business When November comes, »nd such an election has been won by the middle classes of America who aie suffering most from the present Roosevelt recession, even as they suffered most from the Hoover depression, the American business system will go forward to new David R. Hough Dies; Was Former Resident Of Lower Tyrone Twp. David R. Hough, 69 years old, former well-known resident of Lower Tyrone township, died suddenly Monday afternoon about 3:30 o'clock at his home at Glassport from a heart condition. He was able to be about until stricken. Mr. Hough was born brothers, William Hough of Scottdale and Getty Hough of Grccnsburg, and one sister, Mrs. Margaret Tcdrow, of Somerset, survive. Mr. Hough was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Glassport. A private funeral service will be held Thursday morning nt the fam- MRS. JOHN SIIABELLA LATROBE, Mar. 15.--Mrs. Elira- beth Shabclla, wife of John Shabclla of Derry, R. D., died Sunday mom- Ing at 9 o'clock at her home. She was born at West Newton May 27, 1901, the daughter of Thomas and Laura Williams. In December, 1022, she was married to Mr. Shabclla STARVED By STOMACH PAINS Caused by Excess-Acid O Too much stomach acid can cnuxoalotofpainnnddutrcu. Food doesn't digect properly. £sa e»v*g you pain and heart* burn, you feel burning oonsa.* tJona. bloat and belch continually Youdon'icatasyoushould *nd often loso weight fast. Do not talc* halfway measures or ,, _ danKcrousdrugB.buttryfamou* UDGA Tablets to allay acid stomach dis- trc«s. Only tl font full week'* convincing trcaimcntonUDGA'SpoaiOvccuarantceof ·atufacuon or money back. AikforUdgaat UNION DRUG COMPANY and all good druc * tores. ily home, followed by burial in Cochran Cemetery, near Dawson. No Politics for Jock. Jock Sutherland, Pitt's football coach, announced he was not a candidate for the Republican nomlna- tion for Lieutenant Governor. Feature No. 1 Tyrone township, a son of the lato Paul and Adeline Hough, and resided there until 30 years ago when he BACK FROM ALASKA WITHAMILUOHINGOLD -- and the girl of his dreams a gofd-djgger f too. r moved to Glassport where he was a levels of production, profit, and em- foreman in a steel mill, ployment nnd to higher nnd higher gaged in farming while residing in wages for the workers of America. Lower Tyrone township. Hlritm Knupp Dies. SOMERSET, Mar. 15 lie was married tnupp, 83, died Sunday morning at Snyder of Lower Tyrone township. the home ot Mrs. Loran Monticuc Her death occurred a year ago this after tin illness of tl.rce years. Two daughters, Evelyn and ifelong resident of Somerset county, Gwendolyn Hough, both at home and teachers m the Glassport schools', two ic was a son of the late Isanc and Sally Flicklnger Knupp. Fast, flippant comedy in a 3 -way romance with a newtvrist ovary minnlo and B new laugh for every tuml ;wo brothers, Isaac of Krugar and HOW YOU CAN ATTRACT MEN Reuben of Husband, and one sister, Headaches, neuralgic, ftrnctlonil Mrs. Wesley Moore of Lavansvillc. Miss Emma E. Hodman Die*. SOMERSET, Mar. 15--Miss Emma Don't let IOY« and romanea p**i you by. Men like cirla *-lth leu of pop *nd enerey. So atari talclnc Hire-proven lordia E. Plnkhara'a Vegetanlo Compound anq not* the diHrrrncr. J'inkhkni'* Compound, m»d« or tronun from wholMom* hcrba and roou. h«tp» Nfcturi ton« «p your lytum · nd thus r»Inu Irritable nerve* *ad eivea you more pep to really enjoy life. For ov*f 60 yean on* woman baa told another how to eo "BmlHne thru" d/itr*M from (·raal* functional disorder* with finkham'* Compound. l*t it bain YOU! already diuolred. ready to *cL It comfort so ·ffeetlvely because It qoicKly relieves Ui« pain and soothes l*m*« nerrei.Try It and come back nalllnc. Wo narcotics. Elizabeth Hoffman, 77, the ground hear some died Sunday night at the ho-ne of forHEADACHE They suspect that next autumn the tier sister, Mrs. Mary American people may do what the Berlin, after an Illness of six weeks. people of Seattle did the other day. A daughter of the late Augustus and They may rise up with their aval- Louisia Kent/ Hoffman, she leaves three sisters and three brothers. who, for petty reasons or selfish political advantage, would interfere with the orderly development of the American economic system. Congress listens to the people because the people still have the right to express themselves freely at the polls, though the use of government To-lny nnil Tomorrow --A-Comedy --of-- and Tomorrow --A-- ComcHy --of-- 3fatrlmony --for-Money funds for political purposes lurks in the offlng ns n weapon that may seek to defeat the true will of the majority. Perhaps such a contingency can VOTED AMERICA'S NO. 1 STAR be frustrated by the willingness of the American people next autumn to forget parties and to vote for Republicans whenever "rubber stamp" New Dealers are candidates against them, to vote for independent Democrats as against New Deal Democrats wherever possible in the primaries and to elect those same independent Dies at Brownsville. Democrats as against any Repub- James Elliot, 5D years old, dice lican candidates whenever independ- Monday at Brownsville. The funera OMcttrf trJOSOW MNrtrr. AooVetf Iwtt8£Rr UwtS. Jtmo tin br I It L«re.. 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