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PAGE TWO, THE DAILY COXTRTEB, CONNELLSVILIi fl, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1930. BOUGHT HER SINGLE DJIESS I N 17 YEAJRS; VflVK SEEKS mVORf'13 Miss Esther G. Koelker Dr. J.T.Healey at Quiet Ceremony ffi- Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Koclkor of South Proepoot street, announce the marriage of tholr daughter, Mice Esther Crorakline Koolker ami Janu*i T. Ilealcy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Healey of Youngetowi), Ohio. Tho ceremony was solemnized la«t night at 8:30 o'clock in the Immaculate Cone-option Church. Rev. Henry Golbol, tho church pastor, officiated. There wore no attendants. Although vory iutot, t h e wedding is of exceptional Inle-rost. Tho bride, a popular member ...I the younger set, ie a stenographer In the Weet Ponu auditing department. Dr. Ilealoy is a chiropractor In Greensburg. Ife wne for/norly located In Connoll«vllle. The couple will reside with tho bride's paronts. BAPTIST AU SOCIETY HOLDS INTERESTING SESSION The January meethu ot the ladles' Ail Hoclety of the Firet Baptist Chtirh held last night in the homo of Mr«. F. G. ftoee. North Pittsburg street, wae ono of the most interesting in many months. Mrs. Rose and Mrs. K. H. Stev-enfi were hoetessea and the attendance was unusually largo. Mrs. M. F. Cadden, the president, wa« in charge of Uie busings aesaion, at which it WIM decided to bold a fcauer kraut euppor some time this month, Tho date will be decided on later. Tbo nodal meeting wsw featured by an interesting program. Mrs. N. T. Ttlhbeu, Mrs. S, B. Dull and Rev. B. H. Stevens contributed n usicnl numbers. Mr*. T. G. \Vitman entertained with rpadmgp. The housi wasi prettily detoroted in krepltiK with tho Yulotido Boan3n. Mrs. Rose vnd d a u g l i t e t n , Mie Hush I^ytle an 1 A!r« Kugouo Peterson served a delicious lunch, lloste^w for February arc Mrs. JOM ph Dixon and itre. Harvey Hoover. All LOUKEX PUKU.1PGH HOSTESS TO lUAKY J. KIIODKS CLASS Tho MViry J. Rhodes Clas s of tiie Trinity Rofowncul Sunday School met !a,st evmilng in t'ho homo of M«i Loreou 1'urbauffh in Moa'toji avenue. raghtoen members were in al t«wlatioe. j The meeUng woe in charge of tho j president, Grace Trout. Following a business session a musicaJ ptrogram was rendered. Miss [xreen Pur.baugh doilglited the raem- brrs wl'th several solos. Piano seJ'ec- ttons by Miss Jessie R'hodes were also enjoyed, Mies Purbaugh pi oved her- eelC to be a delightful hoste s. L-unch was served by Mrs. Purbougli and daughter, Mt«« Loreen. M^nibers of the class who are home foi tho holidays wore present. Miss Margaret Shu-p*, IVCSsa IJoona Shu maker, M1as Daine Waganmir, the last named a twiohcr in the Ewst schools, tvero Jiicluded. W. C 1 . T. 17. VII,L JiOID CODA'TY INS'WTUl E JAN. 17 ISxtenelvo arrangements are being made for e W. C. T. TJ. county institute Friday, January 17, In Uniontown, v i t k tho Elizabeth Sturgeon Union of thai city hostess to t h e vleiting unions An especially intorcfetljis; program fa being arranged for the aeatiion. A Bpeci«.l feature f« to be known as the victory luncheon, which w i l l be served at noon. TUrs. Aeia U. Ui) liner, county president, will be In ch irg-e and is eecuring tipeakerd for the occasion. The tneititute will bo in i osflon from l O r o O lo 1 o'clooli and w i l l bo similar to a echool ot methodfl. All unions in tho county n r e p l a n n i n g 10 send rep- tn the JUMOKS I'l.AXS FOR FROLIC have boon completed lor tho annual frolic o! tho OorniplavJll-o Section, Council of Jowlh Junior;), 'Wednesday night, January S, at Poplar Terrace Inn. CY^df, daneiii'K and cnt-"]'talnmont will IMI to hdivorskMiis of to t\cni»g. The committees in cha-rtjo art working dilisoiitly toward making t h e frolic a. wicccbs. A frorwnU Invita- t i o n Is oxtendciU to tho fanrrouiwliiig c o m m u n i t y . Tho I'ollowltMj pn irons and jmtron- es «s h a v e boon teeurod: Mr and M i s . S. KMn, Mr. aid Mrs, A. Sluil- n . f i n , 'Mr and Mrs. S D. Otnwiheim, Mr. anl Mre. Max Elacltoft, Mr and Mr«. K. Miller, Mr. and Mro. Julian Harris, Mr. and Mis. Soiri, Mr. and Mirt. A. 1. Daniels, Mr ami Mr«. "Will i a m GoMetono, Mr. and Mrs, A. Gordon, Dr. and Mis. Louis Shrallow, Helen Horowitz, Mra. Herald Mr. Cooper and Itobort Wesley. l?v U n i t e d .Press. CHICAOO, Jan. 4.--Hide-and-et-Pk, the way -the McCUtchiea played it, won a typically Scotch game, tho wit'o claimed in her suit for divorce. Gilva Rae McClatchie, tho hueband, hid 75 cento in odd places about (he house each morning, Mrrf. Mabel Tasley .McClalchlo o/iarged. If nho found it, they had (something to e«t. If Him did riot. He put it back in his pot kel and they went hungry. In 17 years of married life, tho hue- baud, ijin office manager, bought her bvit one dress, aicoi-ding to tho wii'e'« charge*. J. II. TKOMBLIIY WKDS MISS BKATKIfE DAI/Y Mttss Jieatrlce Daly of fiwiba.r ami Joseph H. Trombley of South Oon- ziellsviille were maaTled Mondsuy, December 28, at St. Peter's Bnisoopal Rev. Donald Kent Jo'himatoaa, tho pa«- tor ofn.cla.ted'. Mr. Tromhl-oy la a retired ocwUractxtr and buil'der. The couirfo will reel-do in Gibson av-eame., SouUi Coi)4n©nsville. Yand«rb!It Club Jlcotlng. The Junior Auxiliary of the Saturday Afternoon Glut) of Vandarbilt will meat Tuesday evening, January 7, ai the home o£ Miss Grace Telchort at Vanderbilt. Mrs. Karl Lucius will bo tbo leader. Tl'e roll call, New Year's resolutions, reading by Mias Margaiet Jane Madden, two minute talks by Misses Edua Cox, Vlrguetta Miller and Hilda Uakw and music by c.lub moni- bera will be on the program. Licensed at Cnmbcrlund » Russell Kenneth KelJer uf Acme and ,Rhoda Irene Kalp of Champion and Stephen lluhortz and Roso Sheranko, both QI' Uniontown, woie it- ceusod lo wed a-t Cumbetland. ASSOCIATION I'LA'NS K O H THANK OFFlvFUXO Tho Woman's Mibsionary A'^socia- ti in of the First United Brethren C'turch mot last n l f f h t in thp home of Mrs. H. W. Hrldeg'im, Kast Wash'iiis- ton avenue, ivlth tiio president, Mrs. K. A, Kchultz, olTlciating. Plans were made for a thank offering .service to he hold Friday n i g h t , K e b i i u i r y 7, the place to be a n n o u n c e d later. The f o u r t h chapter of this mission H'utly book, "Fiom Jerusalem to Jerusalem, " was discussed by TrtiH. T D. Yountcin, Mi-f. S. L. Fletcher and Mrs. Okor. Mrs. H. K. Itttcy rendered 11 vocal solo and Mi R. 0. O. Osterwise had charge of tho wonder box. liRIDGE LUXCHKOX MAJtKEI) BY L O V E L Y AI'POIM'MKNTS Pink and green appointments, lovely in every detail, characterised t. cliarmtrtg- I o'clocH: bridge luncheon at which Mrs. J. Koy |!eury and Mrh. O. 13. K l r w a n wor-J joint liostessea thiB ifternoou at the Henry residence in tho White Front apartments, North I'lUs-bur^ street. Sweet peas were effectively used in decorating. Bridge supplemented the luncheon, nine tables of players participating in the games, for which prizeu were- awarded. M K , A XI) MHS. A. T. LO'tJUS HOSOKK1) WITH TUHKKY I)I1V'EK Mr. and Mrs. A. T h u r - t o n l/oomls of South Arch PtrwM, wh« so marriage was u recent event, w ro h o n o i u d with a delicious t u r k e y l l n n o r prlvoJi last oveniiifj by Mv. r n d Mrs. l/loyd IjTiag, at their home In GruMivbnri;. Mrs. K i n g Ls a sister of fi'r. L/oomi.s. Covers were laid for ft urtcen. Tho decorations wero sug^pt Hvo of tha Christmas holidays and werr- exceptionally a t t r a c t i v e Mrs Loomls w i l l bu remembered as M/ss Qula H e l c n u I-ivans, daughtor oC Mi', rutd Mrs. Klls,- _ w o r t h Kvans of y o u t h Arch street. i UlnuT guests were rn in Scottdakv, Orociibburg ,iud Council vllle. J. «- I. t'LI'B MIIKTS WITH -IlilS. UKTJK.VTHAL Mrs. K. B. llebenthal ' sto"s at t d ' l i K h t l u i nioetiiifi o J. H I. Club last night at liei i , 1 , , DOS Mor- roll avenue, Greenwood. Twelve mom- bei.i and two guests, M e. Ray Klleu- beixe-r and Mr«. Kilgar 0};le-v«, wero p i c i e n t . Tho eveums was spent at tiuu-ywork The attend uico pruts do- naU'ti by the hostcbs, w, s won by Miss La Verne Miller. Mis. Hettenlhal served delicious refi'Obtimunls. Miss I * u V t . i i c Miller will ent rtain tho c l u b Friday n i g h t , J a n u a r y 37, at her home in South Connellsvllle. i .-.,., COUNCIL or .nnvisH ! TO ,UBI;T JVITJI ,MK,S. I The mon-'hly nicctin; of tlio (Jouzicil of Jewish Women will bo hold Tuesday afternoon at " o'eli ck at tho homo ot Mrfe. A. 1. Daniels o£ 50C 10;u,t Cruw- j l o r d aveniiD. T'icro »vlll be d w.ibh cloth s h o w e r for the national f d i m school at Doylebtown, Pa. An Intcr- 1 estliiK feature of the a lornoon w i l l bo a motion ylctuie, en itted "Whither KJowinj.." Isabollo Slielkej Licensed. leabelle She-lkey ot Connellovillo and Claude \V. Barfout of Hlclnnond, Va., wore licensed to wed hi ZJnl-ou- towu. MUSICIAN-ENDS OWN LIFE AFTER SHOOTING AND HACKING SISTERS CtNrriNNATI, Jan. 4.-- Albert W u Kand, HO, a musician shot «n! W l l r d himself at b 6 bom^ ut Norwood today a l t e r sh-iolini; bis e l d o t l y t l - i u r , Anna, as febf lay in bed and h a c K l n K another sister, Ida, w i t h a h«t h«( a« she atiomptel to fleo Neighbors said WicKatid had boon despondent s i n c e a rcweni fcUiK« hand s t r i k e in a theatre here, Ipti him v,U'i- out employment. Police said ho w i s preiwiriii-K his breahfast whan Budden- ly he dt-cw a pistol, i a n to th* 1 room and stot Wish A n n a Wlt tht head. F i l ^ ' h t c n c M by tho hhol, MH-, IdJ Wic^and wl o w.»a s!oi v i)i!)^ bo-, Id- hst sister jumped f r o m t h e b t d «nui r u i , cloaoly purtuod by Wiepand v-ho a's-o had armed himaeif w i t h the h u u h o t . Wicgand caught his nisU«r on ;i stairway a i d s t i u c k bcr on tho bi-ul. Ho swung tlH' weapon t h r o w moro times as B 10 t h r e w her arniH a b o u t hor head and rat) blcudirig and screaming to tho home of Aira, Amanda B! nunorlin, a uoitchbor. Mis. Baumprliu summoned police-. When they arrived "VViogund \\0"~ lSni; on the kititicii floor with a b u i i o l in his templo Mi»3 Anna Wieeand was BO crUu'aUy wounded that phytkuuH held l i t i l e lopo for her recovuo. jjotli ar' eldorly. PRINCESS HV U n i t ' tl I ' l r",H thS, ,1,111 I. -- A Irani'!' wlt'll Lhf eiK'crs of a devcvtod populace -ringing in Ivor c-us, i» on her way to ttonw to become tho brl'te [ the crown tvHii(H) o-i l l a l y In a flowei-'duckcMt train l/on-rs w«d(tog sltts sf tlio Princess M«rl* Join »nwl of ibbe royal family -of JioVgiuflu nwido IKM- departure* layl n i g h t siJfk'tr tlio people hart iK-cortlecl licr a Despite oflk'Ul cfffirls to naho 'Lho go-liu* away i m r t | ' a nrHato MI I her than p u b l i c tiffcijr. J^P- entire city lurnoii out uiul the wod'dlnjr parly waa clio-cirod a l o n g ttu» roiiU 1 . Bn.rrk i'j had boon or cut Ml n l o n g Uifi fiont of tho north iblutioii, w h i c h was decorated Belghi.n, t and "Itallai! fiafi"*. bul OVMI bjwrl'ws f.Ul-Ml it keep Imolc the orosvd and tho royal family h«cl d i f f i c u l t y rwlitniff llw pin l;fnri. Two empty ti;un« \vnrf- d.iawii up on each si do of HIP. ronl coiwlie, to provide a,inrtl){M- hairier Jigalnst tlio ovor-c in Ions, and now ?xw»pt, i WTOIIS lloldhi-K special ptvmHs wct-o ftl lowed to approach. TCvng Albert and Pa tnr-o IxTOpodd wore drwsed' lu oflU-w' uniforms. n.T-d the uijwn iroitv a brown lr ivellng costume. Mar IP ifo"-f, )n a · o« k t yellow, was -a radiiint v(. i The nwx v n, who ha« b«"- to Jier rooms for a mouth by H7pe:ird very p^tlo. DffiLLTN'TOXA, HwlUtrlnnd, Jon. i -- Tho royal train, hc-iu'ltiK i'rlucotip M u r l o JuM 1 , of Belgium to Home, waf ncark,}? the It/i!i,in bo-dcr 1 nc thb afternoon, pawing ilinu^h iwe «' i : 2 H l\ M. HUNT FOR KILLERS CENTERED in COUNTY MEDICAL AUXILIARY PLANS I' OR H A K Q U K T FEB. 6 At tno J a n u a r y meeting of the etto County Medical Society Thursday night in. Uuluutown plans wore made for tho a n n u a l bauuuet Thursday night, February 6, in tho White Swan Ho:el, Unlontowu. Mrs. \\". ,Ja'k«ou Krcoiutiu of Philadelphia, ,tato president of tho auxiliary, will Uo the print ipal guest U t h u r state oilU'cis will be present. Mrs S. A. , rliiiinnnn of tho bospiuUity «. tiee. will have charge. for j;as(on Couple. yir. and Mrs. Fin! y W. Smith of lia^ton, J'a., v/ere huiiored recently with a sho\v-cr given by bho JCver Ready and Bound to Win classes of tbo Laiuel Iliii Pras-jytorlain Cliuroh. Tlie affair was held in the home ot Mr. Snath's, parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Smith, near Duiibur and wae fit tended by many fri twls of the gu-c^tB o.' honor. Many lovoly gifts' for the couple \scro placed beneath a largo p;i.ra-io], phicod In 110 con-tar of the Ubk and decorated wRh pink and white streamers. A deljcloire was fe-rvocl Mrs S-mtth ia superln- tc-ndtMit of the Child en's. Aid Society [ o f Northampton county w h i l e Mr ' Smith Is Instructor in cl-ccLriea-l engineering at Lafay-ette CoH-ega, Club Will .Meet. The \Yinuau' · C u l u n c Club will iiuxn A!oiKl,i\ ul t'ruoon it ^ . L i « i o'clock in tho club ro uns at tho CariU'Kio Kreo L i b i a r y . Mi,s. H. T. H u H t v . u i it. leader and Mr-, ( f o o i s o K. ItaKcr \ v i l l tia% e chui'Kt 1 ot live iuuai(,al piogram. IVitli Mrs. Mrs. C. A Tlioni *will entertain i he A. K. W, Club 1'ucsday n i g h t at liof home In Hobbin^ t-lreet. S frr ^RYILLE MAN ECTOR OF RIVERS, HARBORS CONGRESS C 1 '*^!^!^?^ from l'ai.,0 O i$ 1'atil wr-ro h i d i n g In t h f 'Utfibur ; d i f i t r U t JM police to c'iili'r lavs^tlg: · tlon in ( i l l s iiUi'lton to-Utv. .'fixuos i t repovUi t h a t Irene Hci mofiei, Wh(M A - \r\K divorcee, and ii^r two rmlo a - p*») were 'H-CJI 1 ! v r. w«ir« be-ll ·; Kat«f a'( t h e '(··aM'h Cor t) o bio.u'i nod l t i t » a uation-wl c i n u n t i t i n t . A £u«nHiK' A t n t i o n at "Wllmcrdii g rdportt'd to iho St. 1 ) 1 *' H l g h w ly Pati il it ( J r p o i n b u r p li«t ri g f i t tl itt a v s- man n n n v v c r i i i K tho d u s r i i p t on of i ia blomlo .iml t w o nu-i i u i u l r o i tho w .y In Grfi-mhiirfr Tho -Utoiidar.t i :tW l ia worn n n dft tJus u i ! n l r ^ and f h i i n ' a \vcrt 1 aktitwl iilikh ii in vort 'Xi i n. Tl ;y » ro.idntcr ' V d d l t l o ' fil «ci»t li to the PHUiln rg f u t i u the h. A f - n l i r i mb-Kl:\lion of i h o Stilts I V i l ' . t o w«i i' otdor*'! to %\ trt V l r g i n l n ti» aid In t h thero. C a p t a i n Mauk of Troop J) of )io State I'ollct' nt 1 Hitter wont to (!ro(Hi^buig lafil n i f b t u n l ·%,« to e- turii to J ! u t l t r livlaj. A -oi-ort I i,\t M i . Ke-liroitivr, In t j.wt'etli x t - t , (5! -nti Ua^uo, atul b r u l h o r , Thocuui ( v i ,w- ford, allci.'1'd p a r t i c i p a n t s ia be n ay- Ing, w re Mien at M o n i c a at 3 J' M. tho day of tlu- robbery w«6 nlfoo 1 ing probed Tho Htrnwuy I ' a t i o l at Greens! urg ·sakl !»ft nlijlit this r oiijilo arrct,te 'in a Forlivt-. a t i c o t rooming fiouae oro ye«tor«lay tm*l no i o t i n a c l f u w i t h ttvo liillJnjjr. It hnd bci-n reported to pi llco they \vtir-t) arxjimi'iU-4 wjlh lru. S-tiro(.der, SUTBRVIIyUS, Jan. 4 --William 13. Franklin, cnahier of the Firut National Itonk, has boon clotted to me'a borship on the Board o£ Director*; ot the National Rivers and Harbors Congress tor tho Ohio Valley DlsUict. Mr. Franklin accompanied tho Youghiogheny delegation to tho 25th annual meeting of tho National Rivers and Harlvorfl Oongrese at Washlgtori, DC'Ccmbei 10 and 11. H5e eel action to membership on tho board came as a complete uurpri-te to W i . B'ranklin and it la belloved ho will accept the honor for tho effect h1« presence on tho board will li'avo on the ponding proposition I'or improvo- ment by canalization ot Ih-o loghony Rivor. At ,i Uiniiur i^lvcri uti Xe-w Year Day by .Mr and Mia. Jf hn Voiglo if La- trolje, i t n i i u u i i c c m c t i « a s made ot HIP cu[;aKOincul of Miss Helm Jt. "tthalov ol U n l o u l i i w u and V. U Coceghton of I n v i u . Tho- ungag^rri jut w i l l terminate lu au early sprim; IMS Ono swat low of ia j;uaranti-e j to stop coughing.'ttprund pleasant,, r tn in u r i y i h i n j f jou have ovor used, or j o u r tnouoy fasKk. ,ir«., GOo., ?l 00. AH draggUU. J'l^ Cll.idy-, K r u n , ' Melcim-er, luu-UUn on Mi- a ui Mit,. C h a t Ice, Mcl IUVPI- at Hi-lit V e i n o n anil W.l- Until -M. T a R f f a r t , ! u of Mr alirl Mrs-,. \ M H L i t n i l TciRi!iut of U i o w i i M l M e , W i ' I , ' U U U l H H l \VO(ll tttl} I M K l l t , JJ.I1U- ai - i I, in l!iv\\ iirv!l c Funei p al Service For Mary Butler Is Held at Home An Impressive funeral Borvlte loi Miari Mary Kathrysi Butler, d n i i K h t c r oil Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Butlor, wua held Pricldy m o r n i n g at l O i I J O o'clock in tho l a m i l y n u m a in Franklin fivo-ntio Many ralatlves and fripndd «ert- in attendance, llov. D. R. Grahaiii, pan- tor of i h » FirBt Mothwlii-.! K j i i h t o j i u l Chuich, ot which the decuat.od wa.s a membi, a^«i«tod by llev, T. 1\ Cooper of Carnegie, a former pastor of the Grooms ood Methodist lOplecojml Church oniclatod. Mi*. Ixnnu Petorit and Mi.-n Suunn fll'*ka eang "Wt'io Uoing Down tho Valley," "In tin* Garden ' and "Som-r* Tlnu W^'ll I ' n d f r - tiUiml." Mnny b o a u t l t u ) f l n t / i l I r l h u f f n were evidence if t h e high o s t p a m In which Mla« Bui lor was held by hci friends Pallbearers wore H i u r Sox- niait, ,T R. I/olir, .Tamea Ste\Piis, "\V;u|p Nichol-oii, Hobort Slwincr and G i l h e i t Jonefl. Interment was in A'idinon Ccmetory. Funeral director C ' h a i h M C. Mltdiell liad charce Out- )f-town perhona a t l c i u l i n p t l i o i t u u e v u l were from Cuni( gis iMoigiin- j town ;.nd King-wood, W Vu , S q u i i i e l J H i l l , J ' l t t f l b u r s , A l l i s o n , I t i e r i l l ) ! , Monarch and Uawoon. PRINCE OF WALES BECOMES SEASICK; SHIP FIGHTS W ND A » O A U I KTKASiSIir^ Kfc WURTH C/VSTLU AT St A, Jan Tlio I'rlJKo o£ Waloti lih well as of hi« fellow pasf e i f ^ e r h t n r o u A f i l e a Uiiled to .tpjx ar lor l u m loduy H h the K e n i i w o i t h Oixstlo t In ,1 'lO-unle h i M d N . i i i d . S p i n y v,'A» flylui; over the bow as slip- bueked tin 1 \ \ i n d an 1 ')I t o i l i n g alt't'L'l^d t)i o! most ut (he ·!.-- half e to licon hip's I tho a p H. ))l»s nt H o s p i t a l , Leonard f h a r p , 'SU y t ' a i H old, i Mill K t t n , Ulcd o n r l y HtiH n i o i n i i i f ; . ( t h e C o n n e l H v i l l e Si. He H o s p i t a l wli- re ho Wiit d d m i t l w i about ,i \v«ele ar,( TJironl Opi-rnlloii. I f e l e n Pen us u m l e i u e n l d tonsil oporatiou Uiis I I I O I H I I I K av. (In Coii- i i e l l s v l t l e S t a t e H o s p i t a l . Mother Sentence'' I M a j no Towns n ul Edna C (Jroon, both of S v D i t a n l e w u i o Hcunbed to wcCi at Gro-ousbiirf I'ard J'jirlj. St. EUla's HI liool b u l l d l r i t 1 , M o n d a y . Jainuu-y (i. ";"00" u n i t binj"».--Adver- t isenu "lit.--4 J j.n-21. Pat!c«i!80 tliosa who advortlaa. Because sho stole u drcfls worth less than $f), Mis. Lucy Snui t, 5G, of LOB Ang-eles, renther oi eighi: children, lias bi^en aenterii ed to Ban Quontin prison for from sevi'ii yoais to !i/e. In pi afling guilty she ndinttcil to pi jvloua oiTinEes and committing thefts wtle on probati in. Onoiono certain day JH .January we will rofnnd tlifi pl'Jco f)'»id for ovpry article purchased from us on thai thii. No uti'iugs, no advance'in ptlce.s.' X» rusorvutloiih mndo excejl, on This offer is pffectivo from January (» till January 81st, regardless of the nmoun^. you purchase. Buy paper enough to re-paper your on tiro hotise, or paint enoiigh (« paint it. Thin is Ui« plan that ivo hare arranged with tho Second ^National Bank. They tixho a January calendar and mark one date, Sundays exciudBd, wltli a, cross as illustrated: Ft may he life sixth day of the month that i« marked. -K may ho the 81»t day, or any day between, tut il \vill pay you to start on the-#fch and scatter your purchases over 'the entire month. This January calendar is placed in an envelope and sealed hy (ho Cashier, aud kept hy tJie Second JNalionai Bank. On the first day of February the envelope w i l l he opened hy an officer of the hank in the presence of responsihle witnesw^, and the date marked will he an« noitnoed in this paper. Nn one hut the hank officer wHl know the date. Everyone who honarht proodn from us on thut date, and paid cash, will receive every dollar back that was spent, li makes no diif- ferenco how many people made purchases on this date or where they cnme from--ail will receive a complete refund. ARE YOU LUCKY? Buy it in January and Get it FREE! RULES---You must keep your purchase slips and present same to us on or before February lOfch, 1930, in order to get your money. Don't wait until Spring. Let us hang your wall paper now! You'll receive closer personal attention and save mon ey as well. lOc Wai! Paper Co, Wholesale Retail -- Ml Grades of Wall Paper J l l West Apple .Sireot. Phono 9(58. CoiuielJsvillo, Pe KS: wwwwwww^wMy^y^asvw^^ Wt 1FK [s about equally divided between ge .ting what we don't and trying to like what wo eau't avoid. Punorat Director \A/ho Employ* Ho Agents or Solfcifcors* DOMINANT SET New Claaf es Will Begin January 6 in the secretarial and a (jounsE (12 to 14 Mouths) Bookkeeping- Accounting Shorthand Calculating Machines Business .\rlUimollc Hapid Calculation Touch T/pewrittntf 33ualnc't8 Kngllsh Adding Machines Prnctic'o Writing Balesmanship Hti 1 ineas Law 1'unctuation. Fenmnnship Dictation SpellliiK Combined DopartmonOi. S13CKKTA1UAL COURSE (8 to 10 Monttos) Bookkeeping Dictaphone Shorthand Calculating MacJilnca Jitislness Arithneiic Rapid Ca I c« la! Ion Touch Typewriting Buslncsa E u K i l s i Adding Machines Ofiloe Iraclico Letter W r i t i n g Salesmanship Business Law Punctuation Peunmnsiilp Dictation Kpelliiis; Write, Phone, or cull at the ofllco tor information. DAY A N D MGHT CLASSES OK PICK T K A I M N Q SCHOOL 671, SuvenUi Floor, CKIicens Buildinij. R } A D 1 O A N«w Peak In Radio Perfomwsrw A P E X NEW mcoa El.BfnBO-DYNA.MMl Phone- Mellon Defends ( Coast Guardsmen i In Rimne r Killing WAK1HXCTOX, .Un a.~Set M ' i a r y Mellon today defendod iho a r t t o u «( t h e Const O n a r d i n k i i J i n s c t h r o w f l e e - ' | ing mm r u n i i P i B 01! X « w p o i l , H I., i c c o n t l y w i t h tho asbert on i h p y w e r e *| "Blade Sleep's 0-oHl," our n-ow eo- performing tholr d u t y w i t h i n the law. '. Crawford Avenue, lo, Pa. riiono 1150 Lost We Forget Automobile and Ambulaucc WM. A. McNANAMY' · Funeral Director I:! I West A ] » i » I l^trcpl, ('inn«H.^ Hlc, Pa. I'l'ompt and KftScient Soi^ioo. Pa.tronize Those Who Advertise rial aftrry In I Preliminary ?o»ortn oJ this tadd-out on th» veaaal, suhmit(.pl t« J i i m , AJcl on Baif!, have diBflosied nothing to I n d u a t c file Coast Guard v-ap not fully jutf'.itld la

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