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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Connellsville, PennsylvaniaPage four. The daily courier Connelsville a. Saturday May 1, 1965. Personal mention Dan r. Kovar jr., son of mrs. Dan r. Kovar of Uniontown is reported in fair condition at Johns Hopkins University hos Pital Baltimore my. Where he underwent open heart surgery j tuesday. He is in room 809. I mrs. J. R. Betty Dunston of kill Ridge blvd. Is a patient in Connellsville state general hos a Pital where she is undergoing observation and treatment. Her room is no. 359. I c. Percy. Paul Miller and chair Mullen members of Gen eral Worth Lodge no. I. 0. O. F., were among 100 is 1. 0. 0. Lodges and six grand officers attending a banquet and floor show of the pro Annville Lodge on thursday evening at Brownsville. Frank Talotta Betty Pirl Ruth Cross Pamela Ewing Mary Wiltrout Theodore Jones Charles Reno Herbert Linthi vim Jane Mcluckey Earl Gib Carl Johnson. Guilio Cic Coni mrs. Rita Kolenc and Dauphin. Mrs. Betty and daughter and mrs. Lois ov-1 cry and son have been Dis i charged from Connellsville Gen-1 Era Hospital. Or. And mrs. Boyce Ober of Dawson. . 1, left today for Arlington ya., where they will i spend the coming week with j mrs. Ober s sons in Law and aunt Het by Robert Quillen Tom s ignorance is just right. He Ain t too ignorant to make a Livin but he s ignorant enough not to be aware o How ignorant he 20 hearings dealers told firm Wii discontinue Auto accessories Center Independent Oil co. Of daughters. Or. Mrs. John j Smock distributor of cities Clara Thompson and or. And service Oil products in four mrs. Gerald Ruth Ann Bentz. South Union to dedicate schoo sunday Tull Chanson elementary school. South Union township Domestic court on May 7 Uniontown Fayette county judges will hear 20 Domestic relations court cases Friday May 7. To appear before judge John i. Munson Are Regis Geller of Fayette City r. D. 1 Charles Keffer of Dawson r. D. 1 Gerald Pratt of Hopwood Pete Rantovich of Masontown Maria Lee Mcknight of Pittsburgh Ernest Mage Rio of Brownsville and Robert l. Robinson of Cleveland. Ohio. Judge Samuel j. Feigus will hear cases of Lloyd Young of new Alexandria Waller lugh Ery of Hopwood Randall for Quer of Dunbar John Hillen of Vanderbill r. D. 1, Peter j. Adams of Connellsville Wade c. Stimmell of Smithton Isaac Sherwood of Connellsville Ron Ald Elmer Thomas of Ephrata and Leonard Richezza of Uniontown r. D. 2. President judge Eustace h. Bane will hear the Case of Cincinnati Ohio. Defendants in new cases Are Earl w h e t s e 1 of Uniontown George e. David of Oakland md., Harry e. Ford of Uledi George a. Phillips of greens the grim reaper counties held a dealers meet ing at Shady Side inn. It was announced that cities _ service will no longer handle of tires batteries and Auto acres Robert Hixon of Brownsville of Union series directly but will have them supplied by Goodyear tire and rubber co. Summit tire sales a Goodyear dealer will Supply the products for 80 serv ice stations involved honouring cities service credit cards. Speakers were Glenn Knox. Will be dedicated at 2 . Sun Ranager of Summit tire Sale Day. Preceding open House and r w Higinbotham. President Howard Dale Fisher of Markleysburg George Desalvo of West Brownsville and Maurice t. Strickler of Fayette City r. D. 1. Mrs. Roy Martz mrs. Edna Dull Martz of 369 East Crawford ave., Connellsville. Died in Connellsville state general Hospital at . Today. A daughter of the late Elmer and Jennie Rush Dull she was a member of the first Metho dist Church of Connellsville and the Bra clock Trail chapter daughters of the american re Volution. Surviving Are her husband Roy c. Martz a son William Dull Martz at Home two Brothers Samuel Dull and Gerald Dull of Scottdale and two Sisters mrs. Harry g. Rike of Painesville 0., and mrs. Blanche Taylor of Mckeesport. The body will be in the ban funeral Home at Scottdale after 7 . Today until 2 . Mon Day when the funeral service will be held in the Jacobs Creek methodist Church near Scottdale in charge of her Tor the Rev. Lynn Shindle Decker. Burial will be in Scott Dale cemetery. Mrs. Maria varhola c. P. Upton Clarence Patrick Upton 79, of Little Summit died at 1 . Today at his Home. He was born april 25, 1886, in Meyersdale a son of the late . And Susan Coltman Upton. He was a retired Coal Miner having worked for the . Frick Coke co. And . Steel corp. For approximately 55 years before retiring in 1951. He was a member of the . . Local no. 7915 and the Little Summit methodist Church. Surviving Are his widow Elsie two sons Clarence Samuel and Ewing of Little Summit three daughters mrs. Oliver Elizabeth Morgan mrs. Lur Leine Smith and miss Elsie All of Little Summit 13 grandchildren two great grandchildren three Brothers George of san Diego calif., Dell of St. Paul minn., and Harvey of Dunbar . 1, and one sister mrs. Clarence Lulu Gillen of Uniontown. He was preceded in death by two sons Wyoming and James and a daughter Loretta. The body will be at the in Gram funeral Home from noon Bloom to speak at americanism dinner tonight Uniontown favourable weather is expected for the 32nd annual americanism Ade at 7 . Today sponsored by Lafayette Post no. 51, american legion. A reception and banquet at the legion Home will precede the Parade. The banquet speaker will be George i. Bloom native of Washington pa., Commonwealth Secretary. He will be introduced by former judge Samuel d. Braemer of county 4-h Council planning session scheduled monday mount pleasant a plan Ning meeting will be held by Westmoreland county 4-h coun cil at 8 . Monday in Mel Lon drive up Bank basement Greensburg. The Council will draft plans for a 4-h club officers training meeting and a Small animal fair in june. Dale p. Jackson and William c. Kelly assistant county farm agents said each 4-h club in the county is expected to have Council representatives present for monday s meeting. Other meetings have been Connellsville. Scheduled for wednesday by the Parade will form off two area 4-11 clubs. At mount Vernon ave. And . The Chestnut Ridge South to West main St., East to Gallatin ave. And North to Gallatin school. Mrs. Maria varhola. 86, unto n . Tuesday Perryopolis died at . Friday in her Home. The widow of George Var Hola she was born aug. 12, 1878, in Czechoslovakia. She was a member of the greek Catholic Union Lodge no. 510, when it will be taken to the Little Summit methodist Church to lie in state until 2 ., the hour of the funeral service. His pastor the Rev. 4-h ers will gather in the Chest nut Ridge Community Center. At 8 . The Laurel Highlands 4-h club will meet in the James Howard Home Kecks Burg. Three injury cases treated in Hospital at mount pleasant mount pleasant Leslie two births in Hospital lutherans collect clothing for needy in foreign nations mount pleasant a Thomas Kostella Vanmeter Spring clothing drive for Luther an world Relief will be conducted by the two congregations of Weinstein 2, daughter of 216 Vine St., 215 mount pleasant lutheran and mrs. Norman Weinstein of Friday. Mount pleasant two babies were born in Frick Community Hospital. They Are daughter to or. Anco mrs. Somerset county gop hold Lead in registration Somerset the Somerset county registration office said that republicans and democrats will be Eligi ble to vote in the May 18 Pri Mary election compared with republicans and democrats for the 1964 presidential election. Also registered Are 102 inde Pendents 83 nonpartisan six prohibitionists and one socialist. The present total of registered voters is compared with last fall a drop caused by purging of names of voters who failed to cast ballots Dur ing the past two years. 301 College ave., was treated Harold Brown will officiate11 Frick Community Hospital interment will be in Dickerson and the first Catholic slovak Irun Union cemetery. Union Lodge no. 275, of Perry serving of refreshments. Principal Albert Botti will be master of ceremonies for the program in the All a u r p o s e room. The Rev. Seth p. Bow or pastor of Hopwood methodist Church will give the invocation and Claude w. Frank Houser principal of South Union township Junior senior High school the Benediction. Supervising principal russe w. Hasson will Welcome the visitors and make the introductions. John j. Severin District travelling inspector for the state Public school building author Ity and John r. Gaddis presi Dent of the South Union town ship school Board will participate in the building presenta Tion ceremony. James j. Fast assistant superintendent of Fayette county schools will speak and or. Michael Duda president of Cali fornia state College will Dedi Cate the building. The sixth Grade chorus will sing. School Board members Are Gaddis or. Emmett f. Brown vice president Anthony s. Kun la Secretary or. A. Walden Moats treasurer Kenneth Marcinko. John d. Livingston William Wheeler and atty. Philip 0. Carr solicitor. Walter e. Schardt associates of Pittsburgh designed the school. Contractors All from Uniontown were u n i o town construction co., general c. 0. Lac air plumbing co., heating Woody heating and plumbing co., plumbing and electrical service co., electrical. West Penn applies for permit to Span wire across River West Perm Power co. At Greensburg has made application to the . Army Engineer District Pittsburgh corps of engineers for permission to construct a 138 of a wire Cross ing Over the Monongahela River of Center Independent Oil j. M. Zahrndt Goodyear District manager a. J. Sciullo general sales manager of Center inde pendent Oil and Perry Paris truck tire manager for Summit tire. S. Union Board will buy truck at military Camp South Union township school Board approved advertising for first and second class janitorial and Industrial arts supplies Gas Oil and lubrication new and recapped tires and Type writer maintenance. Supervising principal Russel w. Hasson and two employees were Given permission to go to Indiantown Gap military Reser vation to Purchase a 1965 2 i ton truck for for general Utility use. The Board decided to continue its student teacher agreement with Waynesburg College. Advise scrutiny of Many factors of Bear Market former minister will speak sunday mount pleasant a for Mer pastor will preach at Sun Day services in Bridgeport free methodist Church. The Rev. J. D. Stephens or of the Church until his re Irementa a few years ago will preach at the 11 . And . Service. In Frick Hospital. Mount pleasant admit de to Frick Community Hospi Al were Robert Rosky of Jodi High St., Standard mrs. Lillie Jossart of 219 Hitchman St., Mary Jane Koontz of mount .i, mrs. Dorothy Franks of Greensburg. .2. And mrs. Mary Minix of in South Shupe St. Discharged were mrs. Patricia Miller and daughter of Calumet mrs. Cherryl Suchko and daughter Between Fayette City on the i of Lowber. Susan Martz of right Bank to Allenport on the Manor. Mrs. Nancy White of new York b. Smilen and Kenneth Safian of Purcell Graham co. Say it seems Wise to continue to scrutinize factors which May appear to be bearish As a mat Ter of policy particularly in View of the Long Rise the mar Ket has had. The analysts say the alternative to this is complacency which can prove to be deadly in the Stock Market. They add that Only a Normal degree of prudence is needed at this time. Goodbody co. Says that investors should not count on the Broad upward momentum that characterized the Over All mar Ket in 1963 and 1964. Thomson Mckinnon notes that improved investor attitude brought on by the Progress made in the steel labor talks first Quarter earnings and an Nual meeting forecasts and says it would continue to pursue a selectively aggressive invest ment policy. Football group of Belse Vernon granted charter Uniontown Fayette coun Opolis. Surviving Are a son John of Star Junction and a grandson. The body will be at the family Home after 2 . Today. A prayer service will be held there at . Tuesday followed by requiem High mass at 9 . At St. Nicholas . Church Perryopolis with the Rev. Or. Julius Marina . Officiating. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The holy name society of St. Nicholas Church will recite the Rosary at 7 . Sunday and there will be a Karastas ser vice at . Mrs. Minnie Holliday Scottdale mrs. Minnie Myrtle Swift Holliday 86, of 13 Spring St. Died at . Mrs. Joseph Flack mrs. Mary Flack 76, of new Castle died thursday after an for an emulsion of a thumb Nail caused when it became caught in a screen door. Mrs. Helen Seighman of Ruff Sdale .i, Cut her right j mount pleasant lutheran District meeting on sunday Parish starting sunday. The Rev. Thomas w. Baker pastor said the drive will end sunday May 9. Clean Good apparel in Weara ble condition is sought. This i will be forwarded to the near l. W. R. Warehouse for extended illness. Ware thumb on a baby bottle. Theran churches pastured h shop n. David Sac Gici 2. Son of the Rev. Thomas w Baker will her bus 1 mrs. Thomas Szczygiel of 823 be represented at the w e s t As Chile Jordan band Joseph and a son St. Cut his forehead Eland District no. 8 or. Of Republic. A prayer service will be held at . Saturday at the Noga funeral Home new Castle followed by requiem High mass in St. Michael s r. C. Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph s cemetery new Castle. Charles Beal Charles Beal of 1229 Market St., Youngstown Ohio formerly of Connellsville died this morning at St. Elizabeth s hos Pital Youngstown. Born Jan. 1, 1924, Grays Landing. The body was when he bumped into a door. Friday in her Home after a taken to the Fink funeral Home lingering illness. She was born dec. 17, 1878, urges family units v7 f at worship service attendance at worship services May 2 and May 9 in family units was urged by the Rev. Ellsworth Crispens pastor of Franklin memorial methodist Church of Dunbar and the mount Braddock methodist Church in Observance of National family week. He Hopes to focus attention at Mcclure a daughter of the late John and Sophia Echard Swift. She was a member of the Jehovah s witnesses of Connellsville. Surviving Are two sons Les Ter g. Of Baltimore md., and John r. Of Murrysville a daughter miss Mildred v. Hol Liday at Home four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband. Samuel Holliday in 1918, and a son Clifford in 1955. The body will be at the Fer Guson funeral Home after 7 . Today. The funeral service will be held there at . Monday. Burial will be in Syl Van Heights cemetery Union town. James Guthrie James Guthrie 86. Of Brand Onville w. Va., died thursday in West Virginia University Hospital. He was a member of Shade mrs. Florence Mulligan mrs. Florence m. Mulligan 78, of Uniontown died at 8 . Thursday in Uniontown Hospi Tal after an extended illness. College band will give concert May 5 the California state College band will present its Spring concert at 8.15 . Wednes Day May 5, in Steele auditorium California stale College Campus. Admission is free. Hospital patients. Admitted to Connellsville state general Hospital were mrs. Richter of 1425 Chest nut St., South Connellsville Nicholas Kovach of Young Wood and mrs. Rosella Eiford to court granted a charter to Grove Church of the Brethren. Belle Vernon football Redrea surviving Are his widow. Car Belle Vernon football recreation inc. Applicants were Fred san Toro Harry e. White Earl Neil Alexander Toia Gilbert Coursin James Cramer Glenn Shepler Sam Sciore jr., Joseph Trenk and Ralph Lacobon. The organization Hopes to promote athletics in general and specifically for youths be tween the Ages of 12 and 14 years. Two girls named senior speakers for graduation left Bank. The crossing will be approximately 46.4 Miles above the River Mouth. It will provide a minimum vertical clearance of 102 feet above the future no. 4 Pool Elevation 743.5. Highest Point will be the top of the Tower on the right Bank with an Elevation of 968. Cameron will install officers Cameron will install new Champion. Theordora Ann Jedrziewski daughter of Law Farly of Hunker .i. Alvah or. And mrs. . Jedrziewski Swink of Dawson. Walter col of Belle Vernon is valedictorian of the class of 1965 of Bellmar High school. Salutatorian is Linda Faye Pesi daughter of or. And mrs. Mario 0. Pesi of Belle Vernon. Commencement exercises will be held tuesday May 25, at Bellmar stadium. Ing Rie b. A son four daughters including mrs. Dora Mcnair of Confluence and Ada Belle Boyce of Uniontown 36 grand children 28 great grandchildren a sister and four Broth ers Lloyd of Hopwood and Norton Troy and Ray of bran Donsilie. The body is at the Harned funeral Home Brandonville. The funeral service will be held at 2pm. Sunday in the Shady Grove Church of the Brethren with the Rev. Bobby Phillips officiating. Interment will be in Shady Grove Union cemetery. Parents of son. A son was born to or. And mrs. Jamos Keslar Acme . 1, at . Today at Connellsville state general Hospital. Meeting sunday. _ the session will begin at . In lutheran Church of our Saviour Cereal Hill Irwin. At tending will be representatives from Trinity lutheran Church and St. John s lutheran Church Middle churches. Ber of Trinity lutheran or St. John s lutheran Middle churches. Church visitation program on sunday the Philip g. Cochran meth Odist Church of Dawson will hold a membership visitation program sunday afternoon for third Ward to seat officers on the importance of the Chris j the world witness crusade. All Tian religion to family and the members Are asked to be at Home. Third Ward will meet at 8 . Tuesday at the school for installation of officers. The Rev. Lynn Shindledecker president of the Connellsville minister rim will speak on moral and spiritual Educa and Clyde rude will Home until after the visitation speak on juvenile delinquency. Family Homes re roofing Bert of 3 Vine St. And mrs. Bonnie Sebck of 235 front St., Standard Shaft. At to Parley. Representatives of the Fay Ette and Greene county tuberculosis and health associations attended sessions of the annual Pennsylvania tuberculosis Assn. Convention in he Pittsburgh Hilton hotel. The wind shingles they won t blow off even in hurricanes attend concert. Uniontown approximately 125 students from Uniontown officers at the final meeting of bowl Nastor. Executive Secrce the current season at 8 . Tuesday at the school. Teach ers will be hosts. Stricken fatally. Philadelphia up or. James e. Mcnulty 40, Spring Field pa., University of Penn Sylvania associate professor of Industry was stricken fatally Here at the wheel of his Auto. Police said he had been under treatment for a heart condition Mcnulty was an author and a former editor of the new York journal of com Merce. Taken to Hospital. Joseph Franco of Smithton mrs. Herman Blick of Webster and mrs. Richard Mccrory and mrs. Clifford Mccrory of Fay Ette City have been admitted to Charleroi Monessen Hospital for treatment. Group included miss Mabel and Union township will go to Pittsburgh in chartered buses monday afternoon for the final program in a series of concerts for Young people by the Pittsburgh symphony or Chestra. Henry Masere will conduct the orchestra in Syria mosque. Lary and mrs. Cora Lee Wea ver of the staff office or. Bruno Bonucci of Star Junction association president and or. . Mulligan and John Malta of Brownsville. Educator to retire. Somerset John e. Ben son supervising principal of Salisbury Elk lick joint schools will retire sept. 1, terminating an educational career of 40 years. He had been supervising principal at Stone Yurcek township from 1930 to 1932 and held a similar Post in Salisbury for 12 years and then went with the joint re in 194fi. Scouts to meet. Explorer scouts will meet at 7 . Tuesday at Connellsville United presbyterian Church. Boy scouts will meet there at 7 . Thursday. At Brownsville Hospital. Clyde Rowe mrs. Roberta Sanders and Dwight Tinsley of Republic have been admitted to Brownsville general Hospital for treatment. Those discharged included Shelly Dwyer of Perry Opolis r. D. 2, Edward de Carlo and mrs. Edith Burkey of Republic and Andrew Ducke of Brier Hill. Wage tax continued. Dunbar Borough school Board reenacted the Resolution imposing a 1 per cent tax on salaries wages and commissions earned by school District residents. Mrs. Mary Zack mrs. Mary Coluci Zack 89, of Uniontown. Died at . Friday in her Home after a pro i longed illness. Surviving Are five sons including Frank of Uniontown Charles of Hutchinson and do Minic at Home three Daugh tors mrs. Mary libertine mrs. Anthony Ann Quaranto and mrs. Russell Josephine Mccoy of Uniontown 19 grand children 25 great grandchildren and a sister. She was the widow of Joseph Zack who died in 1949. Here s Why powerful a prayer service will be held spots of adhesive on every at . Monday in the de Bird wind Seal Shingle Seal Carlo funeral Home Uniontown. Them Down in a grip that followed by solemn requiem won t let go. 235 ib., thick butt High mass at St. Therese construction. Approved by Church. Interment will be in underwriters laboratories Oak Lawn cemetery. Robert Egler Robert Egler 39, of Charlo Roi an employee of the Bell Telephone co., died thursday in Charleroi Monessen Hospital after a Brief illness. Surviving Are his widow two children and his grandmother mrs. Alice Kennedy of Union town. The funeral service will be held at 1 . Monday at the Mulc Nizer funeral Home Mon Essen. Jaycees president Neil Miller has been named president of Somerset Jaycees. Inc. Call us for a free estimate today dial 628-5510 South Connellsville lumber company rear Anchor Hocking s. Connellsville design 308 House 906 so. It. Cd. It. This compact Little Home has the kind of floor plan that seems to stretch out to provide All the room a fam ily requires for comfortable living. The Kitchen for example is nicely sized. An a shaped setup is used for cabinets and counters. The Kitchen sink has a Cate Corner Loca Tion under a Corner arrangement of windows. Gen Erous space is allowed for a breakfast Nook. A Handy closet is provided for brooms and other cleaning aids. The Kitchen has Access to the Side service entry and is close to the stairway to the basement. The living room is Adja cent and it s really pleas ing. It s 19 feet Long with a picture window at front and two Side windows that make it Bright and airy. A built in Bookcase is Fea tured at the far end of the room while at the front end there s a Short dividing Wall with shelves for Knick Knacks which acts As a divider be tween he living room and the entry area. The Bath is centrally Loca 1 Ted so that it can serve Liv ing working and sleeping areas. Two bedrooms Complete the floor plan. Each enjoys a Corner location and is Cross ventilated. Each has a Good sized closet. An extra closet for linens is provided near the Bath room. There s a fruit room under the basement Stair Way with heating and Laun dry areas close by and a Good sized area left for a recreation room. This plan conforms to Cha. A and building code requirements. I building plans plan books order form the daily courier plan dept. Family Homes Connellsville a. I want items checked design 308 sets of building plans and specifications with material list i i set of building plans and specifications with material list times plan Book postpaid .75 enclosed find items checked. I name address state

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