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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 2, 1930
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PAGE TWO. THBJ iRAILY COURIER, CONK Ekl^SVXLIJS, RA. .THURSDAY, JANUARY J. B. Longanecker And Wife Observe Golden Wedding With nil of their children gathered about, the- f'Stal board, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Long inecker roleforated thoir golden wedding anniversary NeW Year, at their home at Moyer. A turkey dinner was served at noon to the children and members of their families and friends, 20 grandchildren, »ud thro sroat-granrichildron of Mr, and Mrs. lx»nganeok«r being among those pros^nt. After dinner short talks were made by Itev. H H. Arndt, pastor of the JBagt End uud other United Brethren churcho3 in that area; Joseph T, Johnsfon oi ConneUsvlUo and Goorgo A. 0otwl|or of near FennffvMI'e. My. and Mrs. Ivonganeeker were .showered with gifts, among them be- in sr a puraij of gold. Yellow roses were used in the decorations. Children ot Mr. and Mrt), Longa- neojcer are C S. Ixtiganecker of WUktnburg, Mrs. G. II J/easure of 1'onns.villo, Mis. Jojui" HurfiRan of South ConiyMlsyllle.-Mrs, fl. B, S-pack- maji of New Salem, Mrs, Walter Hucy or Meyer, Ralph and John.- and Mtsa Florence- Loixganwkor at home. Mrs. Longanecteer was Mtes Mar- Kuxt Soeio of Rog-ori Mill, » ulster of Ttov. Simuel K: Seesc, retired United Brethren minister, now living in Florida Mr. and Mrs. Longaneek- ·or went to housekeeping; at what wns then known as Detwllora Mill, now tho situ oi the TleiCsant Valley Country Club. For the laat 40 years the-y had lived ,it Moyer. Mr, Longanecker 1« 73, hla ^vlt 72. Attending the anniversary wore tho lollowing: Mr, and Mrs. C. S. Longaneckcr and children of Wilktnaburg, Joseph T, Johnston of Connellsrtlle, Cfeorge A, Detwtler i»f n-ear Penasvillo, Miss Fan- Jilo Seose John K. Soeso, Mrs. Wilmer "SVood, Mi. ami Mrs. Qeo-rgo Kern, Key. and Mrs R H. Arndt and children, Mr. and Mrs. "Waltei Huey and children, Ralph, John, Florence, Pan- lino and Blanche Ixn£p.n«rkw, all of ConnellsMIto and nearby; MJ-S. Frank I'attorson of Unioritown, Airs. Samuel I^ugatiot'ker of Scottdale, Mrs iA.\iA\iTo mil son of MoKoesport, Mr. u n d Mis. A. McKlvewn and children and Mr. and Mrs. G. H. l^oasure and children o£ PennsvIUe, Mr. and Mrs. John Hartman and cVlld-ren ot South Conuellsvllle and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. of NViw Sa!em (IFFM'filJS OP PATIWABUHS MILriM?.T AUXILIAKY INSTALLKU At the regular meeting of the Lddiea' Auxiliary to the Patriarchs Militant last night in Odd Fellowa Temple, South Plttsburg street, Major Krneet Rlchey of Pennsville lnfitallol the following olllcers for tho enduing y«H~: Past pte^dent, Mrs. Charles R. ('.raft ot thte place; prebldent, Mrs. Charlotto Shaffer of Pennsvlllo; vtce- prodldont, Mvs. Brant ot Scottdale; secretary, Mre. John Bodenhoimer of Sc:ottdali»; treasurer, "Mine Fern Shearer of this city; ctaplain, Mia, Carrio Eirr-ft 6f Bast Murphy avenue. Tho meetjng was well attended, Aftei the buelnees ses^loji a social hour WrU enjoyed. Ket're6hraent« were BETT 1 !' UALLAOHEIl HJiAl OF J. 0. S. GLASS Rirb.' li. S. MU hael enteitained the J O a Class ot the Plrat Methodist Episcopal Sunday School, of which bhe- is teacher, Tuwkluy, night at her home in Morrelt ave-uue, Greenwood Five- membra ware present. Offlcars for tho eneulng year were elected as follows: President, Betty Gallagher; .secretary, Verni ;e ftoovor; treasurer "Mary Elizabeth Strawn. Following tho business meeting games were played. Lunch wee served. The February meeting will be Iield in the homo of Betty Gallagher in Vine sheet. The date will he announced later. SI. E. C. 'lnb Entertained. The M. E. C, Fancywork Club met Inet night et tho home of Mrs. Filbert Tissue of Hyndman ntreet, South, Con- nell-svillo, duilng -which time the meinbere were ongagod at faneywurk. There were -six members and four gueats. Lunch wae aerved by Mrs. Tisaue and nor daughter, Pearl, and niece. Miss Lois Grlevee. The next meeting will bo At the home Of Mre. Earl Durbin of South ConnUsvlUe. Unosts at, Hoaso I'nrty. A. Howard u t Smlthneld, Df, and Mis A. C. Howard, Dr. and Mts. Orvllle Howard, Mi. and Mrs. Lindsay Howard, all of Unlontown, were guests of Di . and Mrs. LeRoy D. Howard o£ 1'Mirtnont, W. Va , at a house pai'ty o/or New Year. W, 3. Deflenpiuigh ai^l daughter, Miss Ruth, ol' Washington, D. C., formerly of Con- n^Hsvllle, aud Mr.- and Mrs William S turgid of I^iusontown, who were guests at the Howard residence, have returned home To Klect Officers. The Woman' ! Minsionary Society of tho KvangoHeal Church will meet tonight at tho homo of Mra. Jennie Swtirlz in 3'Jnst Gibson avenue, South Connellsville. The president, Mrs. L. S Santier, reqaests all members to be present, as oIHcers will bo elected. Lottie Bradley Claas. The Lottie- A. Bradley Class will meet tonight it the home of Miss Wall ar la South Arch street. Greenm oofl Aid Society. Tho Ladiec, Aid Society of the Greenwood M E. Church will meet tonight at 7 30 o'clock at the church. JRiIand-Strtmn. Mr. and Mis. James J. Ryland of Umontown announce the marriage of their daughter, Dorothy, to George P. Stump, son 01 Mrs. Priecllla Stump of Thomas, \V. Va. Tho ceremony solemnized December SI In tho manao of the Third Presbyterian Church ol Uniontown. Rev. Dr. K A. Hodtl officiated Mtbb Gladys Hyland wna her elRtei'fl maid o£ honor and Cheater Freed of Uniontown served ae Mr. Stump'6 brst man The cer«mony wae followed by i, dinner lu the home of tho bride's iwrente. Eng'iiuemont Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jwleon Norton of Omaha, h o b , announce the-" engagement ot their daughter,, Dorothy, to Lyttle-ton Muth,ore Baldwin, nephew of the late Mrs. William W. Parolmil of ITnlontovk it. Mr, Baldwin has refolded at tin- Paivshall home for tho last seveial Ever Fulthi'iil Class l'/irtj. Catherine Shiiltz entertained, flttoon nombera and friends of tho Kvor Fultht'nl Class of. tho I5van«elical Chinch Tuesday evenuu; at a watch p a t t y at her home In i'Mtst street, South Connellhvllle. Games and music wore Uio patlmoa of tho evening. Prizes wore awavdect to Miss Lena Bailoy i ud ftlrs. Gruce Adams. Guests weio Rc%. and Mr«. M. R Tyson, Mrs. Utaue- AtUims, Miss Isabel N.iglo and Miss Mildred Ball. Lunch was served by tho hostess, assisted by Mist t'oatl King. \s the year \vas going out t!io friendship circle was formed, with r by tiio pastor, Rev. Tysoa. Host at Dinner. W. K. Thomas -eiitortaineti at a Christmas dinner in the home £ his diughkr, Mra Junit-a Cuifniujrhaint ot yomorltoHl The six: men' present aro among the oldest residents of Somor- ilold and vicinity The total ages of the nun amount 1o '177, Guesti were: Jonas Glotfolty, SG; James P. Wiley, S3; M K Kia/ee, SI, OUecf Jeakins, SI; Chad J-Iagcr, Gl, and \V. R Thomas, s.;. V. of !·'. W. Curd Tarty. Tho bi'venth of a bories of bonellt caul p trtfes sponsored by the Walter K. Bitvvn Post, Veterans of Foreign \V,irt«, will bo held tonight in the club looms, North Plttebnvg btreet. There \\ ill hi) prizes for the games, also a loor priie Tito Ladles*' Auxiliary will M \ i \ e lunch. Church Work Socloty. jDiecrtlon oC ofllcers for tho ensuing year will Uike place at the regular meeting of the Church, WOl'k Society ol Trinity .Reformed Church tonight it the home of Mre. C. A. Poorbaugh, Porter avenue. A good attendance is desired. Carrie Kenyon Anxfllury. Tho Cturii- Konyon Auxiliary to the Woman's Foreign Mle6ionary Society of tho Fiut Mothodisf. Episcopal Church w i n meet tonight at the chuicli. JI. ('. Mission Circles. Mieaion ( li cle No. 1 of the' First Mothodlfct Proleetant Church will meet tonight at the homo of Mrs, D. W. Snyder, 313 Bafcl Fayette street. The time Is 7:1''). Circle No. 8 will also meet tonight at tho homo of Mis. S. T, Benforn, Lincoln avenue. W i t h MJss Albright. Miss lit" s Albright will entertain tho London Budge Club tonight at hei homo in V i n e street. . J. ]J. 1. Cltib. Mrs. 10. s. liebentlul will entertain the J. B. I C l u b FiicUy night at her homo iu iMorrell avenue, Crrucnwood. - - Wilh Mr*. -Stllhwuron. Mih l U u h Stillwagon will entertain tho'iOmanon Club tonight al hoi home ui North Sixth street, West Side. A THREE DAYS' COUGH IS YOUR DANGER SIGNAL Cough* from colds may lead to serious tioul If. \ou can slop them now with Crto nulsion, an emulsified creosote that ia pjjaajnt to take. CreomtiMon is a nifilijiil d : sco»cry wilh Iwo-fold action; 3t soothes and heals tho inlltuned mem- lran -3 nml inhibits germ growth. Of all knuun diugs, creosote is tecog- iii/t.'{ by high medical authorities as ono pi tb .· fc'n-atrst lip.ilinsj agencies, for coughs {mm coltU and bronchial irritations. Crtormtlslon contains, in addition to crco- fote, other healing elements which nnd hen! the inflamed membranes and stop tho initntion, -while the cieoaote goes on to the slotnach, is absorbtid into the blood, altucka the seat of the Iroubla and checks tlie growth of the germs, Creoniul tion is guaranteed satisfactory ui tha treatment of coughs from colds, bronchitis and minor forms of bronchial irritations, and is excellent for building up the sjslera after colds or flu. M mey n-fuudod if not relieved after taking according to directions. Ask your druggist, (adv.) TH£ COUGH /MOM CQ££ THAT HANG QM MTSStOPTART SOCFETT HOLBS QUARTJBKLY PRATJBR SBBT1CE The, Woman'3 Mte^ionary Society of tho ITiret ft^isbyteriaii Church h-ekl Us qimrterly n-ray-w servl-co W^d-nosrlrfy aHernoon In the church. Thero vvos M sood attendance. Mna, John liivorelt vrs ·le-Hid'Or from 'J -to- 1.30 o'clock Mrs. S O. Catnip bell txom 1:30 to U, and Mra. J.. L, Proud fit trom 2 to 2 i!0. The regular meeting convened at ?:3H) o'olook with MfrBs O. C. Lroapliiw condncttag 1he devotionalfl. Mis. Proinlflt' w«8 leader of the program on "China and National Mjeeions." The etuc'y book "From J^ruealom to Jruaalem," was In char« of Mre, D. 33. Tieber. BUMS A L M A S TENDERED VAABWELL PARTY A farewell p a i t y was glvon Tuee- day night in the home- or Mr. and Mr? William Blough, Crawford avpnue, West Side, In honor o£ Mtas Alum Slelghter, who will leave January 11 for Washington, D. C., whore eho will ·enter the nurses training echool of the Children's Hospital. Tha party wee given by the Young: People's Department of tha Church o£ the Brethren, of which department Miss Sleigh ter IB vice-president, and wae attended by tB'enty-Jflvo gueete. The evening wae epent at gam-oa end jmtetc ,atter which dainty refreshments were- served. Wise Sloighter, who i« a daughter of Mr. and Mra J. O, Sleirhter, wae presented with many attractive gitto. C. B. UNIOpf ADTJSOKY BO ABB PLAWS FOB ANNUAL BANQUET Plan* were matla for nie anmml banquet and meeting a£ the exocutive board of tho Fayette County CltrlBtlan Isndeavcf Union, to be hold- ThursOay evening-, January 16, i» Uniontown, nt a mating of the advisory Txiard Infit SnnUay In Unlontowu. .The banquet will be served In the Third Pre«byteir- ian Oh,ui-ch of Uniontown. Th- oxec-utive comsniit-e* Avlli m«ot at R:30 o'clock, at which ttm« the plax;* tor the 193G convention will be ·chosen and th« 'repori of John M. Keller of this city, efficiency superintendent, will be xeacL A financial report wjl ;be givem. toy *9» treastiTer, F. M. Seniatis. pcak«rs ai tho banquet will lie W. H. M«Kinn«y, pastor ot tho Central Christian Church of Uniontown, Rev. E. A, ScliuVU, .pastor of the First United Brethren Church of Connolls- vlllo. Mtas Rutli Jones ot Uniontown T/lll eive- a reading. A, R Umbel, ·jjreista'nt ot the county cirgantzration, win be in ohargo aud Kollo Varndell will be toastmastcr at the banquet. BYRON FOBTEK RKAOHE8 HJS EIGHTY-SEYEM'H MILESTONE Congratulatioub on his efghty- fcevonth birthday annivoraary -- which falls today -- were conveyed to Byroa Porter last availing at his home In tiouth Pittaburg street by members ot the office force ot the Christian Blblo Hchool and heads o£ tne school de- partmeats. Included also was thij pastor, Rev, E. N. Duty, The affair was a surprtso and waa arranged In .idvance of the anniversary beHtusa ^)ome could not go today. Also, It was a surprise. The visitors presented Mr, Porter with floweVa and served lunch, after all had joined in. singing 'Happy New Year to You." During the evening Mr. Porter got out his vfolin and entertain*^ his callers wilh old-time selections, with Mrs. W. TV. Kern accompanying him on the piano. Arrangements for the affair were mado by Misses Wae and BeulaU Ollmore. Mr. Porter has been housed tor live weeks but hopes soon, to be out again. He planned to jwalk down fttreot today. COULO NOT SLEFJHTS Helped By Lydla I . Pinkham's Vegetable Co npound "Falrhaven, Maas.--"I ,stn taking ' 1/ydia E. Plnkham's Vege able Compound -'· ar'nts the Change if Life and I thinlc t Is a wonderful t 1 nlc. "When C feei D irvous and run-dow i my laus- band ge s roe a bottle rigb. away, It is a gr at heip to me an-! I think that II t thar people would, c nly take It when fiey feol all SHEBIFF'S COlJftTENY CARD FAILS UNIONTOWS' MAT* WHO Ml,APS UI ·* *· , By Uullncl PrPQf i IMTTJSBUirU!, J f i n a -- T h e i r t ar '-tailed in Irafttc la«t n i g h t , tie told , her to got out and c i a n U 1L Slip l e \ fused Ho p u l l o d out his Sheriff") ^State Aflfeociatfon courtewy renl She itlll re-iused. Then, alie eaid, lie blappol her facer ' Today, bhe, Jane Colline, 27, 13aat Knd, hud bini, Anthony Satifeone, Un- lontoWn, before Mtigiitrafe Biandon In inorri,!« court Hho told hoi fefoiy, lie again pulled out his eourleey t a i d j He. was fluod $10 rua-do* n and take It as the directions say, Jhay would find it a great benellt. My /orst symptoms were nefroueiiocs an*! tired feelings. I could not sleep n ghts and I did not ear about my wjrk. t was eo nervous I would cry If anyone looked at me."--Mas. ADA BESSB, 105 Washington Street, Falrh ivea, Mas?. SEVENTY COTJPJE« ENJOY A N If VAX «EW YEAR JU7VGE Seventy cMiplos attended tho annual Now Yc-iw dance ot the Pleasant Valley Country Ciub hold last night at tho clubhouse, and enjoyed dancing from nine until ono o'clock. The affair was beautiful In every appoint- m-ent, and attractively gown*d woro*n added to the color oE the oucUitortiiitn. Many young folk, homo from college for Che Chriirtniiaa (holidays, attended, Th-ore wore guests pa^esoni from Greensbu.rg-, "Dnlcntown and "Wayneia- "burg. Kiforle^s orchestra furnished ·excellent music. Many d-e«crlbed the dance- as UK best -ever held siuoo the organisation of the country club. Mr, and Mrs. 1C K. Kooser were tho -committee in charge. K. W. B. CIrUB MEETS WITH MKJ3, FIUGEMAtf The R. TV. B. Chib o£ the Daughters of America met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Gertrude Freeman, South Eighth street, Greenwood, with twelve members and live guests present. Offlceis for tha ensuing year were elected as follows: President, Mrb. Irene Baker; vice-president, Mrs. Stella Dushaw; secretary, Mra. Bertha Swift; treasurer, Mre. Ruth G-eary. Following the business meeting tho members played cards. The hostess served a delicious lunch. She was ae- stod by Mr«, Mary Younkin, Mre, Jessie Liut and Mrs. Nelle Shippy. Taffy Pull, An old fashioned taffy #ull will bo held tonight In the hom-e of Mrs. Irene Baker, South Connollsvllle, for all membere of Magic Bister Council, Daughteis of America. Baptist Aid Society. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will bo hold Friday night at tho home of Mrs. F. C. Hone, North Plttsburg street with Mrs. Hose and Mrs. B. H. Stevens hostesses. I. C. E. 1V111 Moot, The Intermediate Christian Endeavor Society o£ the First MethoditU Protestant Church will meet tonlprht In tho church for its JanuaiT and social rn-eeilng The meeting will begin 1 at 7'30 o'clock Plans will be discussed tor an efficiency contest Medlwil Auxiliary. Tho Women's Auxiliary to tho Favotto County Medical Society will moet tonight at 8:80 o'clock in tho VVhIAo Swan Hotal Uniontown. The executive ccnamitt-ao will wool «t 7: IB Fewer Fayette Countians Show Desire to Marry DOWNING BROADCASTS DESCRIPTION OF PERRY SLAYER OVER TELETYPE ' Special to Th« Oen UNIONTOWN, Jan. 2- ·took a back seat for tho Fuyetfle county, tlie reco lor Fmnk 0. Ru'je lise when a final chock wae number of marriage llcem during the yeai. Wherea/j 1927 disclosed the- part of t,2J3 couple^ 1938 a tola! of 1.286, th brought only 1,216 couple rlage licojiBo window, or ·centage below the twi rler. Dan Cupid /ear 1929 in d of Rcgis- osed today nade of the ee taken out a desire on 0 marry and · year 1925 to the mar- 1 slight per preceding SEMI-NORMAL FOHM OF GOVERNMENT FOR SPAJNRECOHMENDED By United Prt ja. .MADRID, Jan. 2--Pr mler Brtmo Do Rivera announced t«lay that th« king had approved his pJ in for abandonment of the dictators! Ip and euta libhment ol a so-railed semi-normal government la Spain, The premier niado h s announcement attor boing roc*lv-e I by the king at the pala.ce. MADRID, .fan. 2.---Prl no Oo Rlvom, Spanish dictator, probab y will remain in offlc* jndeflnite-ly, bu' with a modi- fled form of constituti nm.1 govern- me-nt, Including «, w i n ;l«-ohamberod legteiature, H wae indie ited tolay on execUent authority. Do Rive-ra apparently !uw pemnaded King Alphonso to set up what is described as a "semi-m fmal" form of government, and haa g .ined the support of the council of n inlstere, many oE whom were oppoeed to hte plan at the outset. The premier wjus di i to vlait tho king today, jind after a outorenco was expected to announce the complete plan of governmental -^organization. Meanwhile, although De Rivera has repeatedly *xpres«ed a desire to step out of offlcv, it la bell ived that he awaite the dlscovory oj a man utrong enough to repUce hli u Bvav wince hte dJctatomhjp he hae roltorated that he hart i ej fain work to accomplish, and that with its comp tion he would retire. County Detective A. A Downing this morning had another message sent out over the fetate-wirte teletype . system asking all police ui Pennsylvania to aid in Die arrest of George Roddy who .slabV-od Kli/.abeth Byid to death at her home at Jamison, near Pfrrryopoli«. The message, .is sent trom Harrisburg, follows. "To all police (Ifeparlmenls throughout Pennsylvania-"On December 27, 1929, at about 6'30 P, M , one George Reddy, alias George Hedie, age 21 years, height flve feet, six inches, wn-igiit aooul 160 pounds, heavy set, very durk complexion, iitigro, tiiin mutdtc.he, two gold tc-e-th in upper left jaw, slow- footed and walks with a slight stoop, was ·wearing a brown sweater and heavy tyray shirt. This man tabb«ul and killed one Llz4ie Byrd, nogrebh, at the W. J. Itainey mire at Perryopolis, Fayetfe county, Pa,, and made- Jifa escape, lie has a father named Sam Reddy, residing at M on lour No, 10, n-oar Pittaburg, and it Is understood that George Roddy plays around Wylio avenue, Pittsbnrg, at times. IE seen arrest this man and^ communicate with A. A, Downing, county detective, Fayette county, Uniontown, Pa." SECRETARY BUSE FRATERNITY SPEAKER Tfle Unity Frateratt a dinner at ():,to o'olo In the club rooms in av4inu«. A twrnout of bera i» Anticipated, an program, with Major . retary ot the Board r fc'peaker Iras boon am The club will lecl tho dinner. The comi te compomxl of C, Thbmaa H. K^eger . DriscoJI. f will meet at ·k this evening VYeet Crawford abo«t I an . K. Blake, eec- C Ta-ada, ae the aged. officers at a h will follow iltteo in charge Herbei t Kills, nd Jam«»i M. SCOTTDALE JANITOR NOTYIT LOCATED SOOTTDALIO, Jan. : --Calvin Brown, g^o janitor wantec 1n. 'connection with the robbery of ' tti© Strand Theatre of about ?50 wae still missing today. Ahoul a nwjjilh ag Brown's- wifo luid him ttiTtsted l r deaertion and non-aupyort. He wa» haled Into court and released on paml e tjndc-r an ai- rangement to pay 110 parole officer for the support of !MB wife. A payment was duo Moiv ay but Brown failed to 6how up. Lindbe'rgb Sajrs 1930 Promises Much In Av iation Field By TTnlted Pres. ST. LOUIS, Jan. 2 --.Aviation is entering a year whici promises grear steps forward, Col nel Charles A Lindbergh said in a statement in which he also reitpr tied hla Intention of continuing to fly although married inul divulged plans to "fly A Rreat deal o"o: South Am rlca " Medleisl Socle y to Moot. The WoBtraorelan 1 Countj Medical Soc'iuU' will moot Tuesday night, January 7, In the A m e r U a u Legion Homo ot Q t e o n s b u r E Dv 0 0. Crouaft, ot n r c B i i a b u i g , (ho etirins presldout, wlU Uik oa "KiuK latootlone.". Mildest Weather Of Season Comes With New Year Tth« mlMest w«athor -of t3i« win'ter marked th-e advoivt of tho New Tear. The mercury nourDt«ll to 64 degt-ecB yesterday and th* low mark for the night was 46 degwios. However, tho woath-er bureau cornea right back with a promise of cold-er and probable snow. A. Duffy Dies, Jtimefi A. Duffly, 57 years old, superintendent of equipments for Uis Mon- ongahola West Paiin Public Service Company at Fairmont, W. Va., for «ev- eral years, died on Now Year morning at nts home al Fairmont following an Illness of loss than two weeks of pneumonia and heart trouble. Tots Killed by Bns. DETB'CMT, Jan. 2»--Two yonmg cfcll- w*re Knockod oui of tlwlr papenta' arms 1-ate Jafft night and Idll- ed whon a bus akiddeU inuto a sidewalk. Tho parents, Mr and Mrs. Aleaantler Blrlch were laidly Injured. Two Street Cars Bombed. NHW ORJL.BANS, Jan a.--Two women tainted whem a sta'eot car was bom'toed late laet hlght nar Hie con- tral buislnreas district A few minutes lator anoKlher street car waa blasted In n diffoixMit «e:tfon. of Uie city. on Tjefffsluflvo CoiiniUttec. E«ila B. ,9inltlt auperintaudenl, of solioole, ua« lien notified -at his election to the legislative committee of the National -Educational Aiiocutlon at its r'ec«nt raee-tlng In New One way to win is to look like a winner FTYHE man who scorns good grooming JL makes a big mistake. Torn fingernails, cracked and grimy hands, a careless shave or an unclean skin, spoil a man's chances for succeus. A clean healthy appearance is worth everything. And you need only one simple, old fashioned familiar prepa- jation to have them all. "Vaseline" Petroleum Jelly. You'll probably find it right in your bathroon. If not, get a tube or jar from the nearest store. To keep the hands in good condition, scrub with a stiff brush and soapy water. Then apply "Vaseline" Jelly liberally and massage your hands (ex- uctly as if you were washing them). Work the Jelly into the baca of the nails. Then wipe oS and wash quickly. Your hands will emerge looking clean and fresh, like the hands of an executive, not a day laborer. In the morning apply a film of "Vaseline" Jejly to the face before lathering. It not only gives you a clean, close, oornfoitable shave, but it cleanses the skin. Impi ovPb its te.tlure. Try these two simple things. Pain T Some folks take pain for granted. They let a cold "run its course." They wait for their headaches to "wear off.'! If suffering from neuralgia or from neuritis* they rely on feeling better in the morning. Meantime, they suffer unnecessary pain. Unnecessaiy, because there is an antidote. Bayer Aspirin always offera immediate relief from various aches and pains we once had to endure. If psin persists, consult your doctor as to its cause. Save yourself lot of pain and discomfort through tha many uses of Bayer Aspirin. Protect yourself by buying the genuine. Bayer ia safe. Always the same. All drugstores. BAYER AS PI It IN li_thfl Until! mark of Bayer Manufacture oUMooooceticaciilester ot · CONSERVATIVE STRONG" SUG®£ST80S«S FOB THE BOSBEST MOUTH 4.% Savings Accounts and 4% Certificate of Deposit make welcome gifts of lasting value. Conference with "Second National" officers will help you to complete quickly yoir business plans for 1930. "The Dependable Bauk" is ready to aerve YOU. Resources Exceeding 83,300,000.00 OLDEST BANK IN CONNELLSVILLE It Pays to Modernize Your Plumbing The New BATHROOM Fixtures Are Far lyiore Sanitary Th'e absence of sharji corners, Bracks or detachable splash boards mak«\s Biodern plumbing not only cabiei- to ]eep clean but far more sanitary all the v/ay around. Porcelain and en am el rd sleel are tho best substances known for t h i s use and they are employed ex- tlusivcly in the flxturos \^e handle. U I''1103I WHITE IT'S CHAS. F. WHITE 121 tV'oiUi Phone 918-J

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