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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Connellsville, PennsylvaniaI age two. The daily courier connel1 Seville a. Saturday december 4, 1941. Mention Vii a. Mary Knight of Tampa , is the guest of her Brothers in Law and Sisters or. And mrs. L. W. Carpenter of Jefferson is reel East Park and or. Stis. Harry b. Schotz of the col onial apartments South Pitts Burn Street. She is Enro Ute from san Francisco Cal., where she visited her son and daughter in Law or. Anal mrs. Robert savant. Or. Passavant is Engi Neer on a Victory ship carrying in munitions to the Southwest Paci a tic. Your friends will appreciate Christmas cards this year More than choose them wisely. Select your s at Keller a 110 so Pittsburg or. And mrs. S. M. Dehulst of Jouce Street went to Pittsburgh Friday night to so Woods Bray famous dance team the male me Mew of which is a lorm or Connellsville boy who Are ing a 4-weeks engagement at the Filion restaurant. Or. And mrs. Do Hull were joined by their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Regis Gibson of Pittsburgh and spent soday it the latter s dome give your hero a heart shield testament or Catholic prayer Book at Kestner s Book store 125 w. Apple be r Wisemen Ensign Margaret Vernon of the i u. S. Navy and stationed at Washington d. C., has returned to Harj duties after spending a Brief it with her Mother mrs. Grace vol non of North cottage Avenue. Junior culture club presents the serving Circle tuesday 7th, p. Pi., in club rooms. Admission 25c Ottiss Katherine Soisson Labora tory technician at Presb Tenan Hospital Pittsburgh is spending the week Send at her Home in Sohns ton Avenue. S in is a Daugh Ter of mrs. I. L. Christmas cards and gift items Lor at Estaer s Book store 125 w. Apple vertiscmer.t-4-dec-10t. Private 3 first class Melvin h. Stanse stationed at Camp Lee va., arrived t Uniontown Friday morning to spend a furlough with his wife the former Rebecca Adler. He will also visit his parents or. And mrs. H. S1. Stange of this acuity Clear the Humble "5" gospel singers of Pittsburgh pa., at the Union Baptist Church first Street West Side sunday dec. 5th, p. Jef. Admission 35o. Benefit of Mont-4-dec-lt. Mrs. Robert h. And in Fant son Ronald Paul have been discharged from the Connellsville state Hospital and Are at their 1006 South Pittsburg Street. I mrs. Hodge is tha former miss Winifred Guynn. I mrs. Anna Koballa has been discharge Connellsville state Hospital. Mrs. .1. A. Lula of Green Street has returned Home after visiting her daughter miss Doro thy Griffin assistant Laboratory technician at Geneva 111., who has about recovered from a recent operation for appendicitis. Aunt Het re beat Quillen Bill s woes Are imaginary. He growls about Long hours at the drugstore but when he is off duty he goes there to Jack stauffer writes father he s Safe ship sunk Scottdale Doc. Letter written to Arthur stauffer of Walnut Hill tells him of the safety of his son Jack stauffer a Mem Ber of the Crew of the u. S. Destroyer Beatty which was sunk in the Mediterranean sea on so vember c. The letter written on novem Ber 11, contained no information other than that he was Well and expected to be Home by Christ Mas. Not having heard from his son from october 27, the father was much relieved. Surgical quarters will be closed until Scottdale dec. Red Cross surgical dressings work rooms in the first National Bank building and St. John s school will be closed from this time until january 4. It is requested that All persons new working be on hand at the Date of opening. Church to dedicate Flag mount pleasant Doc. 4, will be dedication of service Ting at the first methodist Church at Stahlstown at 8 o clock sunday night. The Flag will be unveiled by mrs. Not lie Hood and mrs. Charles Sargent who have two sons in the armed forces. In so per Scottdale dec Mabel Buchheit has received word of the Safe arrival of her son it c. Harold Buchheit on november 28 at Camp White Ore. He left for Camp on november 24, after spending a 15-Day furlough at his Home at Valley Everson. Of. W. Meets tuesday. Scottdale dec 4. Tote Scottdale woman Christian tem Perance Union will hold its regu Lar meeting St o clock tues Day night at the Home of mrs. Jennings Forsythe of Parker ave nue. The presence of All members is requested. Compia1nts from servicemen in Oakland Cal. That they had been relieved of their Cash by a big blonde after drinking with her has led to tha arrest of Donald Philbrick 27-year-old father on an impersonation charge. Phil Brick in pictured above in blonde wig and feminine attire he allegedly wore. Grilc Vlnar Dies. Pittsburgh dec j took trave a pedigreed Collie on tha eve of an expected furlough of his master Marine private Johnny eaten of Penn township for whom the dog had mourned since its owner into the service six weeks ago. Three bus companies oppose trader s plan for plane service by International news service. Harrisburg dec. Bus bus lines White Star lines and the Blue fridge transportation com filed protests to Thoj application Kussell v. Trader1 to set up an airborne Call and de Mand and charter service after Flie War in Western Pennsylvania. A hearing we l be held by the Public Utility commission in Pittsburgh monday morning. Trader operating As the land and water air service at Allegheny county Airport in Pitts Burgh plans to use four six pass Enger planes and six 10-passenger planes to carry freight and pass on routes reaching Connellsville Confluence Point mar Ion Uniontown. Warren mad Ville Cambridge Springs new and other communities Between Pittsburgh and new Castle. Three babies born at Hospital there were three births at Nells Vilie state Hospital night. The Hospital re showed boy or. And mrs. John Perryopolis p. M. Frid boy or. And mrs. Steve s in Star Junction. P. M. Day. Girl or. And mrs. Steve Sinko 123 North tenth s p. M. Friday. Mercy Hosp Al. Scottdale dec. W. A. Skougor of 114 Market Street who has been a patient at Frick memorial Hospital mount pleasant has been taken to mercy Hospital Pittsburgh. Con Over mistry Dick Tregaskis shows improvement International news scr Vlco. A Algiers dec. Condi Tion of Richard Tregaskis inter National news service War Cor who was wounded on the fifth. Army front in Italy to Day was reported considerably improved. He was visited at a Field hos Pirl by two other i. N. S. War correspondents Clark Lee and Michael Chinigo who said they found their six foot seven Inch colleague in Good spirits and considerably improved. A. Tolar Fri mar treet Joseph Sadlick of fail Bank has been admitted to Brownsville general Hospital with an injury to his left ankle sustained while at work in the Pike mine. I i Scottdale Jjohn m. Kennel son of or. And mrs. Ray Kennel of Market Street has returned to fort Blanding fla., after spending a 15-Day our Lough at his Home Here. Suppe Mee Linja Friday. Scottdale dec. Dorcas class of the United Breth Ren Church will hold a supper meeting at 8 o clock Friday eve Ning at the Church. Gets bucs. Scottdale dec. H. Ruth Grove Street has arrived Home from Emporium with a seven Point Buck bagged there. Scott s scrap Book by re. Scott was november. I5.i9jt, Fri moot an Republic it s Keller s 110 so. Put Asburr St. For Christmas cards c. Club presents Johnnie Maxie and his orchestra Eddie Sweadner the Golden voiced vocal no swing am Sway a. H. Way Nomovir no minimum courage marines had it on Tarawa right into withering fire thousands i f u. S. Marines charged on Tarawa Island in the Gil berts. They accomplished their objective wiping out the enemy Garrison. But americans paid the highest Price for their Victory in the Bloo Liest Battle of Marine corps history. The three excellent action pictures above taken under heavy hit show just How the leathernecks did their Job. They await the Sig Lial to charge top and one Macii e draws Back his Arm Center photo to hurl a grenade at a Jap position. Then it s Over the top lower photo As the leathernecks plunge Forward in an at tack. These pictures were Uken at great risk in photographers. International sound Botos grim reaper mrs. Myers funeral Scottdale dec. 4. The funeral service for mrs. Laura Sherb Sidy Myc is will be held at o clock sunday afternoon at the Murphy funeral Home in charge of Rev. Charles a. Tracy pastor of the first methodist Church. Will be made in Scottdale cemetery. Mrs. Myers who died suddenly Friday morning at the Home of mrs. Sarah Blatta at 306 North Chestnut Street with whom she had been residing for a number years was tha widow of Abra Ham s. Myers who died. Novem Ber 38, she was a member of the methodist Church. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. William e. Lynn of Norvelt and mrs. Victor v. Greg of Valencia three grandchildren one brother George m. Sherbondy of ruffs Idale Asid one sister mrs. J. H. I Hole of Pittsburgh. Mrs. Johanna Porter mrs. Johanna Porter 82 years old who made her Home with her son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. J. R. Porter of 327 South i eighth Street West Side died at 2 o clock this morning at the Home of a daughter mrs. R. R. Grubbs in Pittsburgh after an extended illness. Mrs. Porter the widow of John r. Porter leaves two children mrs. Porter and mrs. Grubbs. She had been residing in this Community for about 23 years. The body is at the Bernhauser funeral Home in Pittsburgh and will be taken to Martinsburg w. Va., monday morning for la neral mass and interment. Elk s Lodge of sorrow at Scottdale sunday a Docial to Tho Courll Scottdale dec. Dale Lodge and mount pleasant Lodge b. P. O. Elks will hold the annual memorial service at the elks Home sunday afternoon. S. B. Bulick of Greensburg will be the speaker. There will be music by the elks orchestra and a quartet composed Eugene heft Ling Kenneth love Loyd Hernley and Lex Porter with mrs. Porter As accompanist. Mrs. J. Frank Kenney will be the guest soloist. Two new Board members Tola be seats monday pc clan to Tho courier. Scottdale dec. The regular meeting of the Board of education monday night two new members both republicans will into office. They Are Edward Higgins and Frank r. Campbell. One vacancy caused by the death of the late j. Frank Hardy will be filled. As his death occurred so near election no appointment was made for the unexpired term. John h. Rodeheaver John h. Rodeheaver 54, died Friday at his Home at Mason Tvr. He leaves his Mother mrs. Katherine Rodeheaver of Mason town one brother Fred of Deer Park md., and two Sisters mrs. Charles Kisner of Wiley Ford w. Va., and James Pannachia of Scottdale. The funeral service was held this morning at a Masontown funeral Home in charge of Rev. George Sarber pastor of the Scottdale Nazarene Church. Burial was made in a cemetery at Sand Flats my. Sramek of Kerai. The funeral service for John w. Cramer of Republic formerly of Vanderbilt who was fatally burned when Hie clothes were ignited by a match will be held at o clock tomorrow afternoon at the Frank b. Galley funeral Home at Dawson in charge of Rev. R. Vaneman of Republic. Burial will be made in Dickerson run Union cemetery. 5ohn m. Day John Morgan Day 88, of Springhill township near Point Marion died thursday in Union town Hospital. Surviving Are three children mrs. Sarah Hixenbaugh of Guyaux and Raymond m. And John Linton Day of Cleve land one sister mrs. Emaline Dean of Connellsville and 11 grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2 o clock la sunday afternoon at the fallen timbers methodist Church. Burial will be made in mount Moriah cemetery. Mrs. Mary a. Woods mrs. Mary a. Woods 66, died Friday morning at her Home at 238 Prospect Street Uniontown after a Short illness. Surviving Are four children three Sisters arid one brother. The funeral mass will be held at 9 o clock monday morning at St. John s Church a i Uniontown. Fubank v. Grimes Frank p. Grimes 61, died Fri Day at the Home of a son Leroy at Shady Side r. D. 2. He leaves his widow two sons two Daugh ters two Brothers and a sister. The funeral will be held sunday afternoon. Prank Duda Frank Duda 60, died Friday at his Home at Isabella. There Are eight children three in the armed services two Sisters three Brothers and eight grandchildren. In i Rich Hospital. Scottdale dec. Catherine Long of Everson Avenue has been admitted to Frick me Morial Hospital mount pleasant for treatment. Carload nos ahead of 42 Washington dec. Association of american railroads reported Itiat ears of Rev Enue freight were loaded during the week ending november 27. This was i decrease of cars or 7.1 per cent compared with the Phi ceding week but an increase of 7 cars or 10.3 per cent Compa de with the Cor responding v Eek a year ago. A Unini Wii Hospital. William Matson of mount Braddock Millard Grover of hop Wood Hose broils of Republic and Charles Sapp of Lake Lynn have been admitted to Uniontown hos Pital for treatment. Those Dis charged include Osage Perkins and Stanley Coria of Lemon t Furnace and Allen Doolittle of Smithfield. A at we Call Ciyi Lig is Only a i try process. It is a flitting of the in Morti. 1 tenant from the frail tent or Taber Nacle which is so often racked and torn with Ain. 5 5. Pittsburgh 5t. Conneu.5vsu.e, a i i employ no agents or solicitors is Motet to is attain. Rockwood. Dec. F. Gundrum been promoted to Captain. He enlisted before the outbreak of War and has been serving in the european War the Ater. Mayflower Fri Oslo 119, Everson a. Tonight Tommy Duncan orchestra no Coyer no minimum the trolley stops at our door last car leaves after Sud inight. Legion auxiliary has its annual Christmas parly special to the courier. Scottdale dec. I. T he Thomas a. Lewellyn unit Ameri can legion auxiliary held its Christmas party thursday night at the legion Home at the time of its regular meeting. There was the usual gift Exchange. A card Shower for Aspinwall Hospital was held. The cards will not be sent until wednesday december 8, and any person who has not contributed and who would care to May Send their cards to either mrs. Eugene Fleming or mrs. Stanley Rowe. A report was heard from the Coupon committee. Many coupons have been received these will be sent in. In this Way the state is financing the club Mobile in Sicily for one year. Mrs. George Mccurdy gave a report on the Bond drive being used to assist in the Purchase of 50 ambulance planes. Other Christmas activities being planned and will include the annual gifts to the Scotland or Phan school and Aspinwall Hosni Tal. The membership Cri airman mrs. James a. Conway reported that the membership quota had been reached and that the local unit was in line for a National citation. After tie meeting games were played and prizes were awarded to mrs. Ada Nawrocki and mrs. Josephine Stanyon. A social hour was held with appointments in keeping with Christmas. The committee in charge was composed mrs. Robert Snyder mrs. A. W. Glaser mrs. Lucy Lowe mrs. A. Titterington and mrs. J. P. K. Miller. The attendance prize went to mrs. William Gearhart. Mrs. Wil Liam Green presided at the meet ing in the absence of the president mrs. Stanley Rowe. Mrs. Steeber s rites to be held wednesday special to Tho courier. Scottdale funeral service for mrs. Nevada Steeber who died at o clock thursday afternoon at the Home of Joseph Klegg in North Scott Dale will be held at o clock wednesday afternoon at the evangelical Church Bridgeport. The funeral party will leave the Klegg Home at o clock. The service will be in charge of Rev. Harry Rhome and Rev. R. G. Feather. Interment will be in mount pleasant cemetery. Ret Bendy for the holidays Wall paper make your Home attractive for your boy or girl in serv they Are fortunate to get Christmas leave. Devoe paint gloss and Semi gloss. An Ideal finish for Walls and Woodwork. Washes easily. Leaves no Marks. Tex Olite Interior and exterior. A Casein paint that dries in one hour. Can be applied by anyone. Add gallon water to every gallon paint. 0x12 linoleum bugs special 31. Berj Kakudo 5 Wall paper paint co. 109-113 West Apple Street

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