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   Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 22, 1935, Connellsville, Pennsylvania                               PAGE SIX. ItLK (JUUKIUJK, UUW1NMJL.U3VH-iLiKj, PA. MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1935. PERSONAL MENTION TOONERVIL'.E FOLKS J. FranX Shelkey of Pine street. South Connellsville, hae sone to Ohio, where he joined his biotlie-, Jicob. on a trip to Muskegon, Muh. to visit with aiother brother.! Elmer It will be Jacobj Slielkej's first visit with hi- brother j Elmer in 30 jears. Elmer Shelkej I resided in Connellsville ffiorr than 30 i Two yeur old field sroivn shrulibery am! monthly roses. ,5 loi Edward Uuer Hardware. Phone tisement Mr and Mrs Michael Cerv.nak and da ugbter, Betty. 01 New Salem, vibit- ed with friend1; and relathes heie Sunday. Jun.or CuHure Club anni al card partv, benefit fund. Apnl 23 Bridpe, "500" Prizes anil lunch Admission 35 Mr. and Mrs. Vickery or Omaha, Xeb. and son. Dr. Kenton Vickery. a teacher at Lock Teachers Col- lege at Lock Haven, Pa.. I ave re- turned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. A vValther of So.itli Con- nellsMlle. The Vickcrjs are ot Mr. A coflee party and dance will be Aunt Het By RORF-RT QUILLEN "Jane ain't veij When folks ask her how she's fcelin'. slie thinks they Mant to know" held by the Little Flower Club of St. Rita's, Church Tuesday evening, April :3, at St. Rita School Hall. Adrais-j iion 35c. Time S ment Harry Reagan, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Reagan of South Eighth street, 'Jreenwood. who suffered an attack of appendicitis, is able to be.out again. Mrs. George A. Hahn and son, Jerry, of Detroit are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J H. "VHUs of North Cottage avenue. new dinner aud evening gowns. Anna H. Cunningham, 110 South ment Miss Grace Younkin, who spent the Easter holidujs with her parents, Mr. and Mrs 1. D. Younkin ot "Wes" street, returned today to JenUntown to resume her studies at Beater Col- lege. She moto.ed there with her mother, who will visit relatives m Philadelphia. Junior Culture Club annual card p.ir'y. benefit eye fund, Tuesday, April 23 Bridge, "500." Prizes ajd I mch Admission 35 tisement I M. Foreman of is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. E. R. of this place. Annual Spring Chicken and "Waffle Supper and Trinity Lntheras Church. Thursday, April 25th. Hours II to 1.30 and Z to Price dories Hattield and Miss Emma Meis'.  and Mrs. Arthur A. Brown, who have been re- siding m East Fain lew avenue, will move into the residence vacated by the Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Trout of Shadyside. Ohio, formerly of Scott- dale, uere guests of Mr. and Mrs. "Walter ol Scottdale. over Mr. Trout Is an employe of el Tea Company at the. J side. Mrs. Fred Port and eon ol Union- town have "been discharged from the Uniontown Hospltaf. Mrs. Port was formerly Miss 'Evelyn Furlong of this place. Mrs. C. A, "Wagner and daughter. ilies Jean, and Mrs. C. R. Kuflkle, ar- rived home this morning from a "visit in Philadelphia, Miss Wagner at- tended a military ball at Valley Forge. Halley Meetings Will Shift Tonight To Baptist Church The first week of the Halley meet- I ings came to a close last night in the field'- b-rther. W J., who returned later in the evening. 'Christian Church with a great crowd S.T tutton dresses, guar- a great spirit of interest. Dr. antj: 1 ,Vst color. 31 to Anna Henry Hampton Halley will continue H 110 South Plusburg E Keslar ot Jefferson underwent an operation sjncsrtas- at the West Penn pittiburg, is getting along S. strse last We Hosp'ta niceJy. Two year old field grown shrubbery and monthly rose, 3 for II. Edward Baer Hardware. Phona Mrs. C. K. Seaton of Dunbar, who is a patient at the Connellaville State Hospital, having undergone an op- eration, is getting along aa well can be expected. Junior Culture Club annual card party, benefit eye fund, Tuesday, April 23. Bridge, "500." Prizes and lunch. Admission 35 Misa Jessie Lawthsr ot Nortn Pittsburg itreet, returned from a month's vtalt with Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Scott of Buffalo, N. T, and her brother-in-law and steter, Dr. and Mrs. Duncan Barnes, of New Ho- chelle, N. Y. All the new Spring stylei in hate and dreeses at money saving prices at new Princess Mrs. W. H. B. Anders and son, Wil- liam, Jr., of Union Bridge, Md, near Baltimore, are guests at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. J. A. Lyon, in East Crawford avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hayden of Elizabeth spent Sunday at. the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Ralph.Tf. Sliger in West Patterson avenue. Mrs. James M. DriscoII" and chil- dren spent yesterday at the home of Mrs. Driscoll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Groff. in Uniontown. Mr. and Mrs. G. B.'Markle and son, Emerson, of Republic, J. H. McCoy, .Mrs.. Edward Harris, and daughter, Miss" Frances, Kiiests ot Mrs. .i. J. George, of the White Front Apartment, North Pitteonrg street, Sumla. M'.ss Emma Jean Decker of. Chest- nut street was the gueat of her aunt, Mrs. J. Howard Lindsay, of Wilkins- burg Sunday. Mrs. W. H. Dodson of Hyndman is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A, De- Muth of East Washington avenue. Clifton H. Crowley, employed by fie West Penn Power Company at New Kensington, visited his rsother, Matthew Crowley, of the West each night this week in the First Baptist Church, Last night Dr. Halley gave a recital ot the Tjook ot Genesis coupled with the- last chapters of Revelation. This was considered the strongest message of the entire week and one with n. great appeal not only for the Chris- tian but others as well. Dr. Halley held out the thought of suffering, ain, night and sorrow as presented in the first hook of t1 9 Bible compared with a time- when there would be no sin, suffering, sorrow, as presented In Revelation. Tonight Dr. Halley will continue with another book of the Old Testa- ment. The and Christian congre- gation extend a welcome to all to the Baptist Church, at o'clock each night. of PIttebnrg were Markle'a Bister, Mrs. never "before seen air- Sulo. and his sister, Mrs. H. E. cai supplies ti the iillagers, many oE Sctienk. ot East Green street, over taster Dr. H. C Hoffmen of Somerset, a Connellsville visitor today. Dr. HfuYman was roremrly located here. Dr. and Mrs. Roy Minerd and sons. Penu and Robert." of Smethport, Pa., SEVEN THOUSAND INJURED, HOMES DESTROYED Continued from Pace One. only two weeks, said tbe American consulate also escaped damage. Emperor Hirohito ot Japan ordered yen set aside for relief and reconstruction, and tbe Formosa government immediately ap- propriated an additional yea. British warships stationed at Hong Kong were preparing to go to tbe as- sistance of the islanders if needed. The eighth air regiment, operating Crom its military base, started a sur- vey of the devastated area. Tbe third destroyer flotilla from the .Mako, Japan, naval station is on its -with, blankets, and first aid supplies. This is Formosa's second major earthquake disaster in 30 In 1906 were killed. said yesterday's shocks spread greater damage be- cause tnft center of disturbance was only eight meters under tbe surface ot earth. Numerous country villages were re- ported to lost 40 per cent o! their populations. With the mountain passes closed to the relief detachments by landslides, airplanes were called into use to di- rect relief and drop food and medi- wbom bad planes. PiTTSSURG, April due to its prcflja'ble volcanic origin. the violent Pormosan earthquake was aot recorded on any of the seismo- MRS. JAMES MTJOWELL OFDUNBARDEADAT77; FUNERAL TOMORROW Mrs. Elizabeth BitUe McDowell, 77 years old, died Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at her home m Railroad street, Dunhar, following a lingering illness. Several years elio suf- fered a back injury in a fall from which she never Tully retxnered. She had been bedfast for seven Mrs. McDowell, a resident of Dun- bar for 57 years, was the widow of James McDowell %ho killed a numbe.'- o[ years ago when struck by a train. She leaves tv.o Arthur McDowell, at home, and Cluirles of Connelly ville, t At the Theatres The Paramount It there's anyone in the Paramount studio who knowe more about Eing Crosby's voice than himself, it is Gene Merrltt, the eound techni- cian who supervised the recording of Crosby's lonpfi 'or Paramount's "Visslssippi" which the feature pid'irp at tbe Paramount And so. although Crosfoy knows that hK fate !a In the aound-mtier's hind whenever he stepa to the microphone, he -Ul-i-'U tv til UL v lilt.', 1 i_ i i daughters, Mrs. R. H. Patterson of 1ie lonB he South ConnellsMllc ana Mrs. SarR G. "c8 5 McGill of Pueblo, Colo., and seven grandchildren. The tnneral be held tomorrow afternoon, with a brief service at 2 o'clock at the late borne lolloped by full rites at o'clock at the Dun- bar Methodlbt ProtefetanL Cnurch oE which she -A-as a member. Rev. Will- iam S- Hamilton, pastor, will olHdatp. Interment will be in Franklin Cemetery. MARSHALL JOHNSON DEAD; LEFT REGION HALF CENTURY AGO Marshall B. Johnson, 7S years old. who lived In the Morgan Valley a half century ago and -was employed there as a mason, died last Wednesday at Hoard, W. Va. He had followed the same occupation in the Panhandle State. Surviving Mr. Morgan are his wife, Mrs, Verna Johnson, and five chil- dren. Jesse Johnson of Mount Pleas- ant is a brother. Among the pej the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Johneton of Mount Pleasant, Hilton Crosby and son, James, of Iron Bridge, Mr. and Mrs. William John- son and Mrs. C. A. Lansberry and daughter, Ruth, of Connellsville and Roy H. Johnson and daughter, Lois, of Tarentum. William Johnson and Mrs. Lansberry are nenhew and niece of Mr. Johnson. dow- in tbe recording "booth. By watching aud Hutenlnr to the hundreds of scenes in which Croafcy has worked, Merrftt hae learned to the tinabt hairline the inflection and characteristics of the popular singer's voice. When Crosby sanj In "Mississippi Merrlt able to tarn his dials almost automatically. Kvery song of Cros-hy's is a new problem for Merrltt, The microphone must "be placed where it will record hta voice to greatest advantage and. at the same lime, pick up the orcbei- tral accompaniment in proper fol- ume. For Merritt'e biggeet prolilem was recording Crosby anad a negro chorus singing "Swante." It's the first song of a semi-classical na- ture tbat Crosby has ever used in bll pictures and a marked departure from bin customary technique. Before Crosby singi, MerrHt studies Ihe set carefully and plcta the best location for his microphone. Then, with the film's director, he choosee the location for the erchct- tra, which incidentally appears in the picture only on rare He also goes over the set to make inre who attended rtere are no sound-obstructing- The Orphean If Dick Powtll'i determi- nation to remain a bachelor ap- parently wwJuued in the past few weelu, hli astociftM in "Gold Vig- of Firit Production now showing at tbe Or- phtum Theatre, can be held to blame. leading lady in this picture if Gloria Stuart, who WAI married ihortly before picture and who ta quits obrionsly happy and enthutiutlo about the itate ot matri- mony. Berkeley, who married Menu Kenxly not long aro, is the director of picture and no opportunity to bellttU itate of single Adolphe Menjou is in aamc east. He hua been married only a few to Verree and It an ardent advocate of marriage. Alice Brady, ilia In "Gold Diggers of 19XS" it an incurable romanticist and all ihe can to encourage Dick to name the the place and tbe flrl. ft all argument! and ex- ample! hart any effect on the young actor, ttay inould culminate when he ia relieved of contract under which he agreed not to marry. "Gold Diggers of 1935" IB a gigantic musical with SOD beautiful girls in nnmberi staged by Busby Berkeley. The music and are by "Warren and Dubln. Added, art a comedy and aoiclty. FREDERICK ZfflLMAN DEAD AT CUMBERLAND Frederick N. Zlhlman, 55 years old, a former member of the Maryland Assembly and tho National House of Representatives, died Sunday morn- ing ft the Memorial Hospital at Cum- berland, where he had been suffering from sleeping sickness since March 22. Mr. 2ihlman's wife wae a cousin of A. C. Stickel, Otto Stickel of Con- nellsville and ot Milton SUckel of Mill Run. Mrs. Hinna SUihl Dead. Mrs. Minna M Stahl, 54 years old, wife of Everett Stahl of Confluence, died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ralph K. Baird, 214 Fayette street, Cumberland Besides her husband and daughter, Mrs. Stahl is survived by her mother, Mrs. George Bayman, of Hyndman, one sister, Mrs. Charles A. Cook of Cum- berland, two brothers, Harry Hayman o! Rockwood and Edward Hayman of Confluence and three grandchildren. jects. A comedy, newe reel and are also on the screen. DOTtlty HULDA RUTH'S FUNERAL TUESDAY AFTERNOON SCOTTDALE, Aprfl fu- neral service for HuMa M. Ruth. who died Saturday, will held day afteinoon at 3 o'clock at home at Mount Neho, wRh H. M. Snyder, pastor of the United Brethren Church, as minister. Burial will be in Scottdale Cemetery. Miss Ruth was 21 years old. Death occurred suddenly at Cleveland Clinic Hospital, following an operation. She was the. daughter ot Mrs. A. J. Ruth. Her father is dead. She waft a mem- ber of the United Brethren Church and the Otterbeln Guild. Besides ber mother she is survived by two broth- ers. Earl and Glenn of Scottdale, and a sister, Miss Velma Ruth at home. Miss Buth was a graduate of the jo sstn.o jo looqas 1933. MRS. ELNORA SWIFT D1ESATJEANNETTE tion at Citizens General Hospital at New Kensington, last Saturday. The little fellow is getting along nicely and will soon be able to return to hie home. Donny was a eLudeut la Lite at the home of Mrs. Mlutrd's logical equipment at the University fourth grade at the borouish school brothers. Enos and Emery Penn ot or Homer 11 Rutherlord, before the family's removal to Ren- Sotirh Eighth street. Greenwood, on Pitt seismologist announced today. Siturda.v. They were on their way tf Keister to visit Mrs. Minerd's sis- Mrs. David Bennett, over Easter. t -iroute home today they stopped in r lo see the Bower show at r Conservatory. Mr and Mrs. H, E. Mason of Btien- .feurii were Connelsville vfcitora totiay. Special to Tba Courier. SCOTTDALE, April El- nora Swift, 65 yeans old, wife of Henry Swift, died early Saturday morning at her home near HastoW Operation. The were residents of Word has been received hy Dunbar gcottdale. Beside the husband she relatives that Donald Bay, son of survived by a grown family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Randolph of The funeral service will be held at the home Wednesday at 1 o'clock. Burial will be made in Peunsvllle Renton, underwent a mastoid opera- ITlnuber Girl Honored. BALTIMORE, April Hauaunj ot Windber, Pa., senior at Goncher College, was awarded honors at Fletcher Srhool ot Law and ton late in the fall. Independent Cemetery. Mrs. Frances Lontota Dead. Mrs. Anna Frances Loukota, 53 years old for many years a resident of Hutchinson. died Saturday from i complications. a nat.vc or Diplomacy at Mcdford, Mass. Miss I Prague, Germany. Mrs. WHmer Ward ilanjuun won a fellowship, (of ConnellsvUle is a daughter. Die' From Apoplexy. Following a stroke of apoplexy, Dayton Lewis, 7S years old, father of Mrs. Edna Loucks of Scottdale, died Sunday at his home at Upper Mlddls- i town -H.isoTitown "ffomnn Dend. Mrs. Christina Rifenburg, 78 years ld, died Satuiday at her home at thoM The Strand In "After new Metrc- Goldwyn-Mayer production now play- Jnr at the Strand Theatre, Scottdale, there many new and startling The first li the co- .team iteelf, Clark Gable and Constance Bennett, who share honors for the first time, and in a picture worthy of their tremendous popular- ity. Second la the story, a murder mya- tery acalnit a Park Avenue back- ground, which tbe audience see who tbe murderer and now the "perfect crime" wan committed, then watch a skilled inreiUgator in action. Other innovations are the worn by Mlas Bennett, a brilliant wardrobe designed by Adrian and likely to the itylea for the new seaaon. MRS.MABEBASSETT D1ESATMEADVILLE; FORMER Baautt, 12 years old, of Townrille, wife ot Hev. W. E. Bassett, formerly pastor of the South Con- nellsville Evangelical Church, died Saturday at noon at the Spencer Hcw- at Meadrllle following an opera- tion for appendicitis a week ago to- day. tin. Banett leaves her husband and one danchter, Mrs. E. L. Conway, of 1324 Etna street. Her. Bassett was pMtor of the South Connellsville caurch about a quarter of a century ago. Since he ha  a? numlier sliovr ID Itself vrttfc Ramon and noalta leadluB ISO enlj ot the B B b 7 Berkeley jmcltH Into thim picture. 1935 DICK POWELL AOOIPHE MINJOU MOKIA stADY GLENOA FKANK McHUGH-HUeH WINIFRED SHAW'DOa.OTHT' DAKI JOE CAWTHOtN OSANT MITCHIU Also Charlie Chase Comedy and News THURSDAY, FRIDAY A3D SATUEDAT Warner Baxter and Myrna Loy in "BROADWAY BILL"   

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