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PAGE TWO; /.-H13 DAILY COURIER, CONNEJ .LSVILLE, PA. WIDUNIUHDAY, J A l v O A U V t, !y.vr. !3entive .V. 0. II. A U X I L I A R Y ! U I V K S UKS'EflT I* ARTY Twenty-five tables were called into. play at a d e l i g h t f u l benefit card party given Monday night in the social hall of tho Immaculate Conception Church by the Ladles' Auxiliary tp;the Ancient Order of Hibernians. JEtghty of the guests spent tl\e evening at. bridge : and twenty at. live hundred. Bridge pi-iae-s wero awarded to Mrs. Harry Lewis, PIV ami ?-'Irs. K,. l?. v Fi.tzaerald, and Misses Allui and Rose O'Connor, , while Anthony McNulty, . J. V. Mo- Grath, John Doqrtter. Miss Clementine Rottler, Mrs. VI lllectuuiu, Miss Hannah Rottlor, M.'rs. Dorothy - Murtua, Mrs. Joseph ijikora, Jo-sepli! -Doerfler, Thoma.3 McKuUy, James ..... TUordlan, J Milton Munk and Mrs. John Prichard received tho five Hundred. prizes. Miss Mary Kelly won tho door prize. Bingo was enjoyed by a mjmber of the guests. ' " " " · . · · · \ ...... HISS HORTKNSE GRAFT EK'nill'IAm AJLDI3E CLUB Beautiful appointmonts Significant of the- holiday season prevailed 'at a delightful meeting of the Aldino Club (it which Miss Horte-nse Graft was hostess last night at her home In Orchard avenue. Eighteen members and guests were present. Five hundred was the principal diversion of tho evening. High prizes were awarded . to Miss Helc'U Trenberth and Robert Grimm, the !n»t. named of Uniontown, and low, to Miss Lots Keffer and B, 0. Cochrane,' Tho games were fol: lowed by a delicious lunch. Mrs. John Graft oE Youngstown, Ohio, sister-in-law 01.' the. hostess, . was an out-of-town suest. ' MRS. CLATWSSA WOODS ·KJSTBRTA1NK 'PICKET!' 'CLASS The \V. W. Piekett Class of tho .Ffrwt Methodist Protestant Sunday ; School met last evening nt the homo. of Mr. and Mrs. CJ. S Woode of Morrell av«-nuo wltl'i Mrs. Clarissa. Woode,, mother of Mr. Woods, as hostess. It was In tho form of a watch service, Thirty m-embors and frtenda of th» class were in attendance. Games were .. played. Miiss Thclma Means gave. . sovoral readings. R-ov. John H. Lam- bertKon, pas;.or, gave an address ae did Robert Boyil, Thomas Means and Sem- uol Stiiley. A chicken dinnor was served at 11 o'clock. T. K. SOW:TY HOLDS JfrCITlT W A T C H S K I t VICE AT IT. B. (VHIIUCH Tho Senior Ohristian Kndeavor Society of tlie First United Brethren C h u r c h held a watch service at the church. About, thirty were present. Games, representing each mouth of tho year, provided entertainment. Included was a Bible baseball game bet w e e n the boys and the girls. A rcad- ius by Miss Evelyn Murphy was a . ·. pleasing feature. The If.st twenty mlnuios of the program ·wi» given o v e r . t o devotloaals. '.'. .Refreshments were served. S E W Y K A H M K H V I C K AT M. K. CHURCH A New" Your service will by hold to- ·. night at 7:150 o'clock at the Fit-fit ·- Methodist I'lpiscopal Church, with Rev. · T. G. Hicks of Pitts-burg, district, superintendent, as tho speaker of the evening. The quarterly conference will he hekl at the close of the service. HUSY T\VKLYK CLUU WILL 'MEET JAN. 17 Tlio Bi!£y Twelve Club will ine-et Kriday night, January 17, at ' t h e . homo of Mrs, Charles Marietta of East ' : Crawford avenue, Instead of Friday '·: night of this week. , · . . , . . . AUXILIARY TO PATRIARCHS ·MILITANT WILL MKET : Tho Ladies' Auxiliary to the Patri' archs Militant will meet tonight in Odd Fellows Tompto, South Pittsburg streon, Installation of ofllcers' will : take placr, and a large attendance of members is desired. There will bo · a. social hour. Refreshments will bo served. Boiegato to Conference. Mre. S. M. Byers of Washington, Pa., a member of tho state exocutlvo committee ol the Ponneylvanla State Federation oif Women's Clubs, hoe ro- celvod nodfication of her iippo-intinont ae a deleftute to tho Fifth Conference on tho CtfUiao and Cure of War. The eonforenco-, which will "bo attended by (.he foromotst women loaders and edu- witore of -he world, will hold it» sds-. «3ions In t'iio Hall ot" Nations, Washington, 1. 0., from January 14 to 17. Mrs. Byert i« known among local cluh women. Shs wa3 a. speaker at the fall meeting of. tho Faye-tte County Federation of Women's Clubs December 12 iu Unluntown. UJTUEH Ll-IAOl'l K P O X S O K S NIGHT WATCH SKUVJCK VVutcU niglit Bervlcos were hold last night at Trinity Lutheran Church, under the auspices of the Luther League. A b o u t one h u n d r e d persons, mostly young people, were. in "atte-ndaucorTho 'iti-feotlhg bpoived at 1.1 o'clock and was featured by an iiitcreHtlng program. Miss Josephine Hiciioy gave a mio talk, dwelling: particularly on the uoed .ot ,'B ray er* . D i,blo..,r niill u B. .a»i«l.';. t ft . J m.i - tation 'of Christ ar, goals- for ttve'com- in year. Tlwi ptQgrain also lucludod Scrip- lure rea.aiug«, tho singing of hymns aud a yibllii selection. At .12 o'clock the srvic'e^ waa i.urne'd -(JVer , to th»' pttfi'tor,' t'rV- W. H. Uetriclc. -'The period was spoilt Iu prayer', after whiqh ve- I'reshttieurts were i erv«(i. ......'.-.'.".... ]OK,S. CBOSSEK HOSTESS ............ ' ..... ; .......... ;:" TO' F. AKD"J'.'OLDB Mrs. Walter C'votsson deltghtfully entertained tho I ( . and F. Club and their .husbands Ift'lt night at hor home at Rouk Rldgo. I'lfteen members and gueate were. pr8««ut and watched the old year out and th® new on In. During- the evouiiig jaomljere injoyod fancy work. The hostess awve-d u delightful lunch; Mr*. HUH«O.U Hull will «ntertaiu the club Wednesday night, January 15, at bar home iu -Bald win avenue. " ' FIXE PROGttAai A.KIUKOEI) FOR CULTURE CLUB MEETIMJ An interesting urogi'am oij "A Cycle of Foots," will bo presented at the first meeting ot ·'· he Woman's Culture Club for the n-ew year Monday afternoon, January 8, in tbo club rooms at the Carnogle Frcs Jji))rary. Alembcrs will ;;espoud to the roll call with quotations, from their favorite poctn. Mrs. R. T. .SuHlv.ia.ln leader and Mrs. George E. .Baiter will h«.va cbara of the mufiic. Mrs. Anna S. Myor« will discuee "A Day Wlt^h Contemporary The Junior Culture Club will moet Tuesday night, January 7, at which lime an attractive program .· o n "Famous Women," win ix* given. A. B. O. CLUB K X C H A N G E S GIFTS Tho annual *:-;change of ChrlBtmas Kifts took placa .it. an eujoyablo meeting of th'o A. B. O. Club held Monday niffht at the Immo of Mrs.. Delilah Holiday of iouth Connellsvillo. Twelvo. membnvr. waro present, Painty refreshments waro norved. Tho ue^t meoting will br- held In Iho home of Mrs. C. .1. A r i ' i a t r o n g , North Third street, vVest Side.- ·COT7KTY FISJ'l AND GASfE AUX1LIAHA' '-WILL EXTERTAIK Tho badie-s' A uxiftury'-to tho ^aytttta C o u n t y Fish and G a m e Protective Association will h"Jd a /lalmaginuM party Thursday night at tho" homo- of Mrs. H. T. Sullivan, IHast Francis avenue, for -members and t'rio-nds..- · .- CIuj -S Helen F. B^ni bower and Charles H. Clay, both ol' H ickwood, wero liceu«cl to wcl at Baptist Philntheas. The. Phllathiia .Class, of... the First Baptiet Church will meet at the homo of Miss Grace Montgomery of. West Fayettc street Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. - A white elephant party will bo the entertainment foature. "it is Vie.ry.-inTporl.il nt that all rnpm'ber« bo present," tliB.annouuoe'mejit. .reads. Ohristian llsaionary Society. ; Tho Woman'.-s 'Missionary Society ol' the Ohrlstian t f. hurch will meet Thursday at 2:30 o'clock in the eocial room. A large attendance -is ask-ed. Boal-DIroly. Ernest Elwood Divoly of Meyersdale and li'lori-nce 1011«u Beal of Bnr- 1 In. "were ..granted .a marriage license at Cumberland. Bridge Club. Tho F3, JI. M. 1). bridge club was en- torlatned lant evening- at -thic home of .Mr. .and Mrs. John 1 J . Harbor in I3ast- ftlut'phy itvcnuo. Two tables wcro iti phiy. H;i;h prize w u n t to James M. Driscoll ami consolation prize to Jack Mrt'lain. After the cards a dellcloiiH lunch «';ta served by Mrs. Barbor and the c l u b witnessed the passing of the old year. Mr. and Mrs. William Mar- I iu lit' l.'iiubar were out o£ town M. II. Chuvch Dny. Ch'.ivi-V. Day w i l l be observod Thursday u t tho First MethoditU Kpiticopal ChtircJi. biuu-li will be nerved at noon. MiHrtiu.w; w i l l l)e held by the Woinuu't Hoine and ForoVgn Mleeiou- ary Soc^t'e:-. and the i.iiditv' Aid : Society. 1 . 1'. WOIIUH Will Meet. T!u J : u i i t : i r y m o e t i U K of the Ladies' Aid am: Jlissionary Socioty of flu* i-'irst I'l-.tlc-d Presbyterian Church w i l l be h f l d Thursday afternoon iu tho WHMRD SENDS NEW YEAR MESSAGE TO RAIL EMPLOYES President Daniel -Wdllard of the Baltimore Ohio-Railroad today extended greetings oi.' the'season to ens- ployes iu the following message: "Onco again H gives rn-o very roal pleasure to extend to tLie entlro Baltimore Ohio family my best wish'os i'or good h e a l t h and happiness during thp Now Yeaj. . "I hope that Iho sp'irit of. sympathetic eoopr-ratiou which nouvcxists bRtwopii the- management and the em- ployes will c n u l l n u e and bo ^trength- oned during J!)'s0. Nothing, I am sure, w i l l - d o more to promote our mutual happiness aii'l prosperity." WEST PENN CAR CREWS REWARDED FOR SAFETY RECORDS Truinuion vision o f . the Company ha safety award time accklon bronze ke-y t: It, ic l.lio l hurtv won tli .it hs.it} bot-u UH'Uts fur a inotoriHaii ai tier, (iai-ti(.:iij: m the Conuollsvllle Di- Wst Penn Hallways ~e been preecntecl w i t h for 180 days w i t h o u t lost «. Each was givon a g and chain. irsl. t i m e tin; t u v i t u n e n .- safety award, although i w a r d o d to othor d c p u r t - siniiUir showinij-. .Every -d t:ondtu:tor, i(M hi iiuui- teii in the ,, r I X it f » ^ '* ", vJ***** ' 4^V i *·· i ^ 1 w^tU V-v. f *"? v i v ^ ' ,| r , "«!· j; t ',(^ " t, f J * ' f 'i r 1 \ "t , »1» (,/ * f s .' r , f 2 ·**· i Ml t ·f ^ /· ^V^^-r^ai «" ^ * ^-« ^trs ! f f * , i ^ ( h t \ »· **" ,^4i^ ?^S««*T»»* "Kf^ttUW ^ t ' ( vS^ , as? r" ^ s !»m 1 , » ' |V ^ * ^ H- 1 ***^ * « * , ' on t9in root of fee -Whlta HO«B» «ao«tiv« oMe. « begrlftnliw repfelra on the fltrncture, was swept by flre Christmns' evo, ProBidont Hoov«r and hla, staff ·win oeeupy ««!«»« in tho Navy. and War JtepMtSftaWt BulWUiff wnUl their office* h .v«-U«n rcpatoed. · j ·" 1929 RED LETTER PERIOD FOR CITY IN NUMEROUS WAYS Continued from Paeo On*. Board ot Trad*, a body which has put aomo punch in t h e ; industrial life of tho entire, region. /'A.,.K.gh-claas, experienced man--AJaJorvJohn K. Blake --waa nataed secretary and already ho has a n-umbor Of protect under way, otio ot tbo largoat, of which is tho oanallzaUon ot the Youghiogheny River' froii. McKeesporl to Conuolla- YH19. . ,' Anotfher community feature was the dedication, of the Ara-erlcan Legion Airport, giving this city a place on the air maps o£ th-e Nation, and placing if- in position to be selected as a stop on the proposed PitUburg-'Waahin.gton air mall routs. Tho Pittsburg Conference or t h e . First Mothodit Episcopal Church centered tho «yes of Methodism on this city and so ple-aned -was tho vast organization--that It dee ires to return soon again. ( The Capetan Glaes Company, n,n. 1m- poi-tant factor in Industrial 'l!fo iire, celebrated its 1.0th anniversary o,nd'a ucw concorn, t*oa Kurk'a Auto CHa.iti Company, was organized. A now line ol prod"uctlon was opened up when farmers of northern Fay- ett.8 county contracted with tho H. J. Huhiz Company of Plttsburg to cultivate 227 acres of tomatoes and tha experiment was a big success. ' Farm-era and city folk became belter acquainted through the medium of Cbuntry-elty dina-er meetings aud a general altitude.,o.£ greater friendli- iicMts .was promoted. That le-eling is still grawiug as both groups are real-' iztng Wore and moro;ihe dependency of one.upou the other. , The year saw considerable activity in tho coke region, with many hundreds of ovens fired by thp H. C. l r J'lck Coke Company and others. That wpvic slowed' up as tlio end. : of the. yoar approached, but. a more lively production la anticipated -with the bcgiiinlug oil, tho. new year. . Another. important ..industrial achievement was an. .May 21, when the West Parin 'Pp.w-oir .Company..operato-d arils, peak load, 280,0(1.0 .kilowatts. The hydro-electric plant at Lake .Lynn ran at full capacity. Residents o£ Poplar Grovo realised a wish of many years when gas service was installed. · -The -PUtsburg · West-Virginia railroad extension, started at CocUrans Kill, was being rapidly constructed toward this, placo, contracts having beeii 1st for the line as lar as Old Meadow, near Scottdalc. ConaolidaUou of ConneliKville and South 'Connollyvilltf wns'promoted and 13 still being considered. .1 Another Hem ol 'great Importance was the awarding of contracts for the construation o'C the Normalyille-Mill llun and tlie^Normalvillo-Iridian 1-lead roads, this work to be done during 1930. At a testimonial d i n n e r for.Harry .'L. Mllche-11,'. a native' son, aftev he had ."olecte'd to lliG.preatclency of tlio Penn Bower Company; while' also holding the oillce oC presdde-nt o£ the West Peuu llailways .Cohipaiiy, announcemont. of (he election of Oaniol Durio to the vlce-presidoncy oil UIG .railways company .wa.s.,ma£[3,. ' 'l x fie 'city's oldest citizeii, 'William Roland, died at the age tit 104 years. The -elemeiits laid heavy- hand on the mountain' sec'ttou east, a storm virtually .wiping " out the villag-e o£ Davlstown iu (he Indian Creek Valley. There were many other happening!), s o m e ' o f which are related iu chronological .-order on pages -eight and nine. · New Year Pact · Reunites Coup le, With Judge s Aid United i'l^sn. , Jan. l.--i foortly "before Chriatnias Jotiu S. i nd likllth Gorman se-pfcralod. -/1'hey left their home at McKoosport- and lohu took tho children, txirotla, a .von, and Evelyn, four, Mrs. Gorms a went to live with. liar, sister in" O invellevillie but Rb too, wantwi 'her d- ughtoTB. Mrs. Gorman brf-iight.',!'gal action to recover tJwfr .cus'iocly am yostorday th» couple appeared hi-con mon. ploaB court before .fudge Richard W. Martia i'or a heanug. With tbo courtroom dr^ v.n up Into two .camps, roiatlvc-s ai?.d t rapathelic 'neighbors of Iho wife on o ,e sldo and more relatives a n d . i yrapathlic frlravd's on tho otbei' side ;it looked like a batllo to tin* un-lali. . ,; Judge "Martin, br£o"re a arting ,tho toatimony,' looked ovor tl 3 opposing hosts. Ha saw .ruaiiy w tnesses ,on elUicr side r-saly to ·white-' "ash oneu of the principals arid blacker 'tlio otljior. Being a very wiso jUi'lfit Juage ft^r- tin nevor elarted. -Uu» t,«Hl moiiy. instead he told, tlie husband iad wifi^ he would !Jko to 'haVe a IB riuts. al^no wllli them in his .'prlvab . :.chftmb|r8. Ona hour and 15 miaut* a later !Jtb. e juige returiietl to lii'oi be iclt a'udj'ln- formed the relalivcfi am ne-ighbpra they could go home. Tl 6 case was settled. ' The couplo liat just made their first New Year .Test lutiou. For tho »akc ol, the children t n»y were- '.returning to each other ai cl retunjing to their hooie. Judge Ms ;'tiu fao':'in- formed the relative* aud aeighhipt's it would not b'e necessary la? theui' to ·discuss the case out ot '.ourt, 6ttlier. It already b'iicl been discii sod by th,em too much, anyhow, Ae aai L, .-which tvas one reason tor Uie at paration,; ho udd-od. ' ' · ' · " * , Qormau is a .momber o ' tho t llre de- McKeeflpbl't Society Matron."!(celts' ^ Arrest ni Rival! V i ^ i i s a! DIIWSOIU Miss Tiion as of Oerry has r e t u r n e d to her hem- ut'tw visiting v i i h Rev. iinil Mr.s. W i l l i a m F. Sell tor ot Daw- PERRY TRADE BOARD MEETS MONDAY NIGHT I _ . ,,. 'I'he I'erryoijoiisf Board o f - T r a d e m rscliodulel.(.(.» moot, M u u d a y cvoniiig- at i t h e Kurolcik Hall. A good attendance i is desired us niattei-ii of importance 1 are to 1)0- taken up. ; The- tnoetiiig SH callud 'for i' o'cloi-k »har|i. · - STEADY PROGRESS 1930 OUTLOOK FOR BUSINESS ConliritiDtl from 'Pug-o O)i«. plontiftil eupiily of credit, to Wic opinion ot thofl authorities, and numerous otn«r faotora combliwxl to imspirs optimiem, SteteiaentB i«»uel by Socrotary of Uio.Treaeury Mellon and Secretary ot Cornmeroo Jjamont were indicative of the confidence, of Administration leaders' In the bu»ln«ae and economic outlook for 1930. Both wore consorvativo in their ·dews but ooafldent in the year as a wholo, "I see nothiivg in tho prceent situation that te either menacing or war- ran to poesimians," Mellon eaid. "During the ·xrlntor j»ontli« tlier« may bs eome slw:kaeae or nnemploy- ment, but hardly morts thaa Is usual at this e-eoeon -each year, I have every confldonco thore will be -a revival of ftctirity- In the Bprlng anl tiiat during th-e coming year tho country will maka steady progree«- "In the creel it situation tho trend ot money rates Is riownwar*]. There la plenty o£ money available and. "we havo reason to expect that tho rates Cor new- capital in building construction a.tid oxpaiMion will be such as to J facilitate the promotion and accomplishment ot now undertakings." I/amont reviewed, tho accomplishments of the Cotnni«rbe Department in 128, following: -wiifo his views on the 1930 outloblt. "It is imp,oe0ible, of couree. to foro- caet -what temporary ups -and downe .may ; ooour," L.amont said, "But tho nature, o£ the economic development ot the United States is eu'jh that one m-ay confidently predict for the long run a continuance of prosperity aud progress-." Unofficial ·wxml from other Governmental leaders were uniformly confident in character. AH (ieem agreed that oondfdone now point, to « furtherance oC tho prospority of the'past several yeare arid posaihly the attainment ot a new high economic level. B. 0. ROUNDHOUSE PUTJNTO SERVICE The -new roundhouse in the local yard* of -the Baltimore Ohio Railroad was usd I'or the first time yesterday whfrn -fi-everat lo-com i otlv«R were taken, into tho newly constructed biiil'dSug oil' light running ropairs. T,b .roHn.d'hoi»se, a five-sb-U »truc- ·ture, replaces tbo one destroyed' by iivo goiiitime ago. It is so- conatriiotod that additional stalls may easily be built. CHARLES P. TAFT DEAD AT AGE OF 86 By United Proaa. CINCINNATI, Ohio, Jan. 1.--Charles P. Tuft, 8G, half.broth.er of Chief Justice \ViIliam Howard Tatft, died at hfs hdm"e : h-er-e 'last night from complications resulting from an attack of ·pneumonia several months ago. Mrs. Florence! Qwin society matron, of ,' wife of Major Geoi 'has sworn out a sup 'rant cgairist Mrs. Mrs. Bonnell has lor Mrs. Fargo and hci ifore the law, but JMrs. Bonnell clair jFargo is her rivl. ard Bonnall, yosset, L. I., frey Bonnell, jraecling: war- 'ames Fargo. 5- tried to get husband be- vithout avail. a that Mra. Double Funeral For Crash Victims " V. Lloyd Barclay, 48 years old, of Bdle, Pa., who was killed Monday nigh I. when a motor truck in w h i c h he was riding: .was struck by a BaHi?noi - e Ohio Railroad freight train, was a i brother of Mrs. -Nettie Phillips of ! M o u n t Pleasant. Mr. Barclay's son, j Pin-man, IS years old, and John K. i Berltoy, H7 years old, w h o were also o c c u p a i i l K of tlie t r u c k , were also killed. A. double i'lniera! service for. A-lr. Harclay and bis- son w i l l probably bo he-Id Thursday afternoon. We Are Offering 68 Pairs of Men's Tan and Brown Oxfords For $3 65 a Pr. ^·itW^ Every pair in this offering is of the usual Hooper Long quality* A Chance for Men to Save! Hooper Losie * ~K3 @tnrai¥WIAAAAAnM AWMVWIIIM^^ ·f to WEBSTER mentis visiting afiops for die purpose of purchasing or inspecting wares. In order to profit most by your shopping tours, it is necessary to have plenty o£ time to look around. When you come to town by electric cars, you eliminate the worry of one-hour parking, traffic congestion and a tag. You have plenty of time to look around. WEST Home-Making Helps By Looking' for Burg-Jtins J Tf so, rojMl the advertiai-ii'g colunins oJ.' Tiho Bally Gouider. .,, Sheeting as H curtains at the guest-room' window w re fresh and chiwm- Ing, but a: first glanofl It vnas dimcult to ffutsn the fabric. "Untble«;hed sheeting,"' my Itoatees. Ttiera were deep hetna top and bottom, and a guy patlorn stencilled In pe tcock bUie and tomon yftllow, It made briRbt and cheerful a Btnn.ll room that ordinarily did not srijoy much sunlight. '. Around the dressing- table thero was a deep val inco of the same material with the deaig-ii repeated, and the small couch-bel WAR covered the sama way. The material is heavy enoujjh to bi.ng well, but liffbt enough in texture'to make frequent l!umd_flng possible and evon easy. Thej» Is HOT ft vogue for greater simplicity in bangingrs, and for tho guest-room, ch idren'a room. Informal dirtintf-room, ffni-room or porch, tho use ot ahcotlnjj has much to recom- mend It. it combines wel? wltSj «* most any trimming--or none. If th« room i» full enoueh of other patterns. Very eaay t.o make oven by the lews than expert needlewoman, the unbiwiched sheetln/r, with lt« oyater or croam color, la perhaps most aciaptabie to uny color scheme, its iit is absolutely neutral. Greens, blues. yellov/B, brown.% reds--any tint or shade can be used In stencil pattern, or In tho ahap« or trimming- on horn and borderline J here is a reiuly-rnada narrow rut- Ding that can now V^e bought by th* yard, sometimes in two or tbrw colorn, and this sewed on Lhe odtus Slvea an almost prof c *slonal look ti U« home-made muslin drapery It is alao uwjful for many 'o fleporatlva items that require , quent launderteK - table runners cushion covers, aprons. A touch o." ;n « ""· Fatroinize Those Who Advertise

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