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PAGE SIX. 1 Uli, DAILY (. U U I U K K , CONNJ5LLS\ IL.LE, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N .1,- John H U i r k jnul son, of N o t l h I ' U t . h u u , otroot of Mi \ \ e i i - k t aunt. S UMh H C'luiltinit ot UvovuifcvilU* Mr. Work w i l l go to J r o H W i v i l l c oij Suni l i v to a e t o m p a n v hw family homo Kor a home d^moniiti J.UOTI of a TVUvUu; \Y,v?hei, p lone 1640-U Fohn ii. Work, 11T \Ves- Apple s t u e t -- Ad- VM-tisc-inent -- Ijan OU Mist, Hi la Tow/fj of South A i c h if loot, will a i r i v e home Sunday tiom 'Cincinnati, Ohio, u h e t o mho t,p«U the holWfljw with her brother and b'utor- 1'i-la\v, Mr. and ?.ti s Unv To\we. "Bloiek Sheep Gold," our now »o- i lal toiv bep-.ii- In tht-J issuo. Mlje Ituth Smith, Uobctt Dom and Donald Shetliandy \vlio spent the holl- 'ae at t h e i r hornet at Daw son, will leave- Mo"d«y loi DoUwtue, Ohio, to losumc then u t u c l e s at Ohio AVefcloydn College. Dr. A 3. C o l V o i n \\lio hus been ( nnflnccl to liic hoiiif and !»d it 1'op- )ar C!io\e lot tho- nafct throo ucoks, it, ro-poited to lie i n ' p i o \ n l . He is allc ·to ho up part of 1 10 tlmo. Uev T I' 1 . Cooper o£ Carnegie, a l o r i n p r pastor of the Gieenuood \ i o l h o d K t Episcopal Church, ·was here . fjtenlcty alie-nilins the funeral torv- ue- tor Mi« M.uy K a t h i y n Butler Ho wa° accompanied by hifi hi other, /Chester Cooper While here Kev. Cooper efllled on fucmta. Paul Ij.unbei lf }«. who spont tlio lioliduys w i t h lil parenU-- Uov n r d M i s . J H LamVx rltioa of E.mt Cra,\v- forel avenue, loC 1 this mouiln.? for \ V e s t i n i n t t e i , M' , t " re-sumo Inn s t u d l c a at "\\e*l muetei Theological * Seminary. Hov. ami Mie I A. SthulU and son, A t t h u r , ol Liner In avenue-, lui\p r e - t u r n e d homo tvom « vltlt with. Mn, b i h u l t ; ' puionts, Mr and Mrs U. K Atrnf V I1OUKHT "Mdjbr ho ain t i h v p o c r i i o tit fiotti0 w i n s , but I a i n ' t ijot much faith in tho pious t ilk of a wmii that dyes hl= imntn ho an' combs the hair ovei hia baUl spot." WOULD MAKE WAR OUT OFQUESTI0N German President Fu-vors 111 3IMins to That L'ml, Iff Tells Unite I Mr. ind Mrs At. V. Caddcn w i l l Je*uo next TV'eiiret,diy tor St Pole rs- tntrR, Fid., whe-i they \ul feituml tha · w i n t e r Tho Mifse«. K v e h n and Helen \Velker, laui?lil( i-, ol .Mr. and J-'iank P, WelUei of South V«t w t i o e t , ·who \ \ L M « spending tho holiday vacation h o i e , N \ i ! l lesue tonior- l o w for C i n c i n n a t i to icuriie their s t u d i e s at the C i n c i n n a t i Connenatoiy ol Miit ic. Mrs Kandoli) i Sterling of I'nioii- t o w n was t h e j. uctt of i c l u t n c f o at JJunbai j e s t e i d j i M i i s llnlh ( i c o i g e - I*, spending tne ·\\ppk-end \vith hei aunt, Miu B. J Johnson o£ L n i c n t o u n M r j A n n a K ' a n s i^ Malting- hei ncphow and me e Mr and M I P S G. Kle'chcr ol I n l o n t o w n H 15 I'oile-i r i Oawnou w h o umlei- ^ c n t a sw KHIS o p e i a l i o n le-toullv, is i , p o i t t i l tj lie ou\alt':iii!g f - a t i f c l a r t 01 Ms J I) Stillv. \ *on Tr , liib i etnrned to hli-. ttuehet it We Mem Man land s p e n d i n g t l n ^ ( I n i s t n u i . v a c a t i o n \ ith j hi p u e t i t , , , Mi and Mrs .1 D b t i t l - 1 PEOPLE OF SAME FRAME OF MIND W L, V f i u l U ot the WiMu store* \ v t H lea\r* biiuda 'n'ght leu St Louis, v i i e i o I " w i l l a t t e n d tin 1 - 111- tioiuil bhoo eo million, to be, he id i M o n e l i v , T u o M l i v a n d Wediusd.iv | It. M J ^ a n - and Miss ( athorine O'Connoi ot t h e TioiUman Company MOIP- w i l l leave Siuuhij for Now Yoile, AV hoi o thei \ i l l bu v luoi chctndise Miss O'Connoi it, manager ot tho ladles' i t a d v t j \seai department. Mr and Mi* K 1C Shoemaker ami elan^lit-crs. G a i i K t , Itulh, Ultima ami M i s Kalph 'I u i n i p and daiightor, l)e»i!n anel son G i l b e i t , of IJ.n borton, Oino, lelunved liorn-e- aft en a -visit with Mt and M ' s Reid ICutse-y of- Ow-f-ns- elalo and aU o . lr and M i s L 1C bhat- lei of Uv-erson ' Ml 3. John Illehed of PIttsburg ret u r n e d home toddj aftei attending the f u n c i a l or Mis» Mary Uutlei and vUo ·\ititlns her p uontfc, Mr. and Mia. Kalph (Joe ot V'andei bill Joseph blllUv i,,cm has letinned to In , .Htiitlu-s at State College after riu i t l n g w i t h his motlu'i. Mis I J l l a Stillwagon e! J e ' f t ' i s o i i s t u c t M i s I K C oleman ot Moirell ive- jines O u e u w o e d , a r m e d homo ' I h u i f e - tl.iy l i e n u I H ' i i o l t , M i t l i , w h e r e fehe ^as the Kncst oL he: ion anel dangh- t e i - i n - l a w . Mi and Mib. W. J3 Cole- Kian. Among The Churches Fm Uio ( l i s t l i m p -*!m r lip p i e a l d o i U of tt o e ; t m in n i m b l l t . I'nu! Von l l l n c l f i ' i i t j - ii s i t i f l l i a d l)i« \\pv,* on VM lii pi at "Pie f o l l o w Itiff a r l l c l ^ by M K U i h a i l tt soc I i l o t d l t ^ r of ( h e A m ^ r i M u , ' i / i n c bused o n n n i n t i i v i i v v w 1 h t t i t C r c r t i i u n t i l t I n i t l ll i 1 C3! Pv \S \\ \N ^ I - H V R T A j i O i a t « I ' d l U r A t t i K d i i Si is I. H I P ( t t ' l l t U M i loi ' n c J u i t n d V i t a a i 11EULIN, Jan l -- The 60,000000 people of U e i m a i j , peaXing t h i o u g h (lie lip 1 ? of t h e i i pi sideiit and w a i - t i m e l e i e l c i , I ' j u l \'on Ilimlenburg, are in fuvor of ' m l possible ineani. to make w a r ejut ot the qi.eMiou " In ·vvntteii a n s i \ e t j to a sf! i J h ol Questions n i o l v L n j r a r o u n d the com- int; fi\e-po\\er na^ il e o n f o i e n c o at London, Pie'bident Von HineleaburK d e e U u e d tho Germ i n people "have the sanip a r «lcnt de ire lor peace anel tho abejlHioif of war as tho spokoMiuni for the American -i id KngliBb. ptopli. iiiiso retenti}' e v p i ssed " "I also have- the same feclini:," ho said, "for p i o n p r it ran e-onie thtouglv pexe.. tilt 10 Tito Cennan people aro in lavo of a!! possible means ei* t n n k l u c ; \ a t impo^sibl^ iueh as the K f i l n t ^ 1'act, for I ' l i i c Tluit t i, ls my piraona! U K K W N W O O D METHODIST EPIS- C'OrM., SouLii N i n t h and Greenwood blieett,, AVest Side, Rev. Fted Wine- miui. JK-I^IOI --Sunday sehool at 0 13 A. M , V S, H ' h a n u a , ttupeilntemlont. ·Morning wordilp at H. E p w o i t h l,oague ut 6 . 5 0 KvenitiK w o i - h i p at 7 10 IJuilni, the Week oE i'ravei tho follow mi; named mini'-tPih w i l l ice,up Iho CJiwnweir.l p u l p i t on the e s e n i n g i i n c l i e a t o d , ut r t !!() ei'e loek l\Uneiiy. 3le\. IIotiie.lv ot UK^ L u t h e t a n Clniich, Teiefiday o \ e i Ins?, Hei Oiahani ot tile I-'nM M e t h e x l w t l.piscopal C h u r c h , \Vodncvddj o\miu!;, the. paatoi, Thursdav e \ i u l i i i , , H e v M S Yok-cr, ILpiet^t ntiitt, the Anti-Saloon Levigtie, w i l l o ^ l n l u t · t n o u i ^ pie tin o e n t i t l e d ' ' l h ' i t i M ^ f i inn t o \ \ h u l i a l l a i o MI\ ' 1 N i i l l i -lo'i d i n g e d , K i i i i \ i M n i p T t ' v Ki itpp of t h e L n i t ' d j ' u ' 1\ t. 11 t n t K u n h CARR AND HACKNEY ON LIBRARY BOARD i'leiiident Von I l i n d o n b u r g con- t i n u e e l th.it hc j hai s e e n thiee w a r 9 , the iir3l between i uasla and Austria iu IJs'iG, the secon I bet n pen Prussia and Fiance, in 17( , and the third the World War "A man who ha seen three w a r a will never wish an thoi « a t , " he said 'He must be a f i i nd o£ peace." The piesident n uie it plain, liow- e\er, that he v, r as riot a completes parlllbt in thf se ifee that nereHsitj w o u l d not bi in j Mm to tho d e f e n c e o£ hib c o u n l r ) , "But my impiesi ions oE war -ire so bad," ho Bald, "llu t I could bo for it onl undci the «· ciriest nocess-itj -the neci'ssity of triehteiihiK Bolshevism 01 of del nellng out a count i y " "Wiiat is the p M , i b i i i t y ol abolishing wai V" he w a s atkid 'Theie Is a }' sbibllitv," was liih answer, "that \\, r» ma altogether (ease. There It tlso tho possibility t h a t theie w i l l b( rnoi e w a i t , One cannot oveilook. he faot that a Chinese \sai has been in pi ogress Eipeiiente tesclus ui that the affairs of the voild do not always go as one wishtvi Hut one ma hope that wo have seen the last gieat wai. In the H c K t t h i n may he k3 "Today, as tho basis ot peace, the Gorman people have a good understanding w i t h France, with the- leaders of Franco, at el with tho Fieuch people. Wr- aie ill foi peace Pei- sonally, as. I huve said, I am no liierul of wai." Jlindc l i l t i n g i-, a hcaa a m o n a i r l u u t --though he doob not pretend to say that the- modern i c p u b l i c ib not u b e t t e r - t o i m of K ' v e i u m e n t 'f h a i o a l w a y s been a m o n a i c l n ^ l " he said "In ;,ei Limeut, I still am Now it is too ml · £01 me to ( h u n g c Hut it is not lor me to bay that tlie new way is not the better way, ( b e tight \\a% So il may PUMP to lie" Tlicio lui' o hi en change;, in t h « iion man whw ha , become a tizielitlon --almost a m j t l -with tho U c i m n n people lie h«s me'loiveel J-Ie is milder. His h a i i has nei longer t h a t d o m i n a n t h i i h t l i n g , p o m p a d o u r client s,o N s e l l knenui to Americans It 1^ sofi, dime, il rer.v His h a n d is te ulv despite, l i b o5 y e a i s and In his tnco nre h t i l l the chaiacteristlr l i n e s ot s t ' e t H ' t t i Hr looks t o r ^ a i d t l i u o \, ai , h e m . f , i f l i i e r n e i i t And H u n he l n t n d , t « ' Kooj) on In 11114 i l - i i o i i n t i \ ,u ,ire on h i s e s U t u in i-.a^t Pius,sia ic B i i f l i . t n ! O I I I . ( i t 1 M O \ ! O \ N | n i I \' 11 iu N \\ ' v n n u i i ] · . 1! ( i i i i I I ( , 111 i i Ii i t · I ''' i \ \l i u u 1 , 1 ii I in n i l - i ' I n I i \ j ' " l ''" !li ll ')' l "l I ' n I h s t u , i i ' I i I v ! u I I ' l | 'i dl !' llu an i l \ t l u ^ m o i i i i n ^ iu i n i ' M l i u In i ! i i ' u i 1 'i i l o ^ n l.\ , t h ' » I o m « - o i \u e w h u i p n ' ' t i l M i J i ' e i i 'i h TU i ti H u i l HI t 'u s M (i ! i. \u U i t' K t I I I 1 J! ' i i ! h b i i tin I ' b l f n ' i r 'l i i ^ i i ft. fl J l i ti b sstiso advertise, , t .1 \\ t Mi, l i ie"I' 'i In ' ' j h u '! s \ !' i ' i s \ ! I .11 K i ^ v- i M i s I j; i (1 , l i !·=· l o in ' \ . itu A i au -i ' ' a i d M i - - N U l i i a A n t h o n i M u t i i '-' i ^ l 1 tst f t| '1 iu babi i , ih.v L \ \ . n t K l h K" U r u n K l i ' l i I of M i s Sopiu t K i n d ft ' oth I ' K i ' - i u i i » ; s t i i - p t e o U i i ; - i i i d d u n g h i P i ol' M--; [ Leads , Russian Exiles in London of Rutsix, liv ing iri London is the leads ol the exilet' Russians mak ing their horn ' at the Enghs ( 'capital. She h the sifter s s the Princes i X enia, betti t known i i America as Mrs. Willisia B. Leeds, wit t of the tinpl\ e king. Both Princesses a t ? cousins of tl e lute Czar ! Russia. PLANES HOLDING MOVIE DEAD LOCATED ON FLOOR OF OCEAN I - B X ' n i t a d SAN'T V MONICA, Ciil , Jan now a t U m p l to raKo to th fil t h e Fittj/if Of^aa the t w o alrphui»9 believed to hold the bortlM of s o \ o n of tiio 10 men w h o pti ishfd w h e n the movie ( raCL c'Ollidpd in inici-a.i w.i, b t a i t e d U dawn toflav. eaulpped w i t h s p e c i a l hooKb iitMdcd t i i e off Pill tit Vuir elite. the t i a j edv o c ' c u n e d laii- Tlnusdm They located liie plant"! \ e s i T d a v w h e n r. hook pulled oft pu-t o! the I n n r f ' n p ff 11 ot one but a P o w e d tlte c i a f t t( lnk bat k The t n n d l i t g goat had not bten t h a i led In h i e , '1 ho u bt'l l i n e d t o bo hold in t h o planes 31S feet u a d c i w a t m i i i f l u d t d K e n n e t h l l a w k h , d i n c t o i of (ho Fox film w h i c h w a s In p r o d m t i o n a n d U u f c b i n d o ! Miiy A"tor, « r ' p t i u - t r r s g . The othorb W C I P : Ci orgc Kabtinau, a u n i a n a n , OMc J o ' d a n , a^sifctutit .am l a r t i a t i , Tom I l a n i s ant! Hciu J o l i a n u c s , i n o p c i i ; niPii, 'lalloi k House and Hoih Cook, pilots. Tho bodies of M i \ Gold, a ^ s l f t i d u t diiot-tir, and Coin ad Wri', ,uui UPII K r u n k f l , aiislbtiint ( uiu t a n i a n , w e r e r e t o ^ e r r d Jinnit t l i a t r - h . PAROCHIAL HIGH BASKETEERS LOSE TOJOHNST3WN Tho Ixnkcleprft ol the 1mm culato Pont o p t i o n J l i g h Kchool v,fnt d iwn to dt'ltai (0 to 17, Kihi n l ; h t b t f ' i o the p r t w o t t u l Jolmiiowii C n l h l o i c High Sf ho! qulntoi Iln» on w- 1- Hi · I f a d i i of t h local coinhination a j a l r s t the M teriii Flood C i t v c!!b They 1 1 IK -up M rC-a S U b l h So-nfl JtorkMood H o e ' v w o o d High School basketball teaiiw triumphed latH ui^ht, dcleui- iu t i e Kldwol! d t i b b l e r s Iho gitl« won, .U to J, and the boy 1 u p f c t the dope with a 23-11 t i i u m p h Boswell boyte Lost year won thc t hampionehip Tho ^arues a i e in So Mem 2 of DJatrirt "No S, i. 1 A A. W L Lcivlti of Coun e l l h \ i l l e ollklatcd {s T)!cs. J - n in 1 \VhfM) a Fell IT ' A i m it a ( j i a n d ' and o i b e i popular ontooiib, died lafit iHKlit I. C. IK S.--IT. K . IA hJInini ( - ,, Ash ( t _ Hoyo i _ Davl« Shonh ult t r ?.Ic( .dl, M u l l e n tor .Shonliatelt, B u r k - h a r d t Hr Lo\ n, K l t k r n t r l r k or Stl- h t f ' i , AlrC'dll for ^ n n f t , L-oya ff - BurTc- h a i ! , Hasnon f o r iMilbs i\ Flu icu foi Li|.-lHb ir't. Tu'! - lor A n ^ l j , lor T u l h , "\MlhPlm tor UaU fen U i t l i U i I'^iold goal' Me'( nil f!, J j i l r npfei I / O A t', Senft. Hn e -!OU 3, Eh l k h U o v r DavJe? roul tsoal/d- MfCViH, 2 nut of l; liu-r-- I ol|t of i, l,ovu ',! o I of 4, I out of 1: Mote jo u, 1 ut of G, n, 2 ut of 5; DaUd 0 ob of 2 ·Oft.ti Timi i--J, Kteugor. --Mock iMltr in NRH' YORK, Ja i 5-i, creatoi oi ' h o Need 1 - a Pi icnel, ' am and Gloi in Hi Tlov P r a v f o i d M Coultw ot tho !),i\\ton Pi t" h ' c i lau Cluncl wns nt. U r o \ \ n s v i U o T h i r H d a y evenin ; \vhfru ho c h a t p p d Uev f Herboit C!ar»er, ·Rho was i n n a icl tu. pato ot the F i i H t Pii. ,byl*i Ian Chur h ot UtowUB- v i i i c Uat our "want" adurtiw-nn ut Two-Tone Material in New Style Suit? Some of ihe neictr ant's t ( o tones of wn.'cHi), ctrliirird 1y '. i»ct 1/in i/i/lt, (-? noti ed hi tlir brown and tan bioorlcint'i unit oSoue ptr'ttrtrl Thf I liitti' nnl inlet being cf tin \t i ' ihf K ' U and jac\et tnmn s i j, O u ( 8 Daughter !· lioni. A 10-pound daiu liter was born to Ni-w Yoi k { i t j The ue-w fir Ival haf. been n.uuoil M r t j U i l l n Mi lleck, a l o t m t i t e s l c l e n t ot C n n n e l l h \ lie, Ja i\ Bon of Uav'el Mee k of Moyejr Patroulze those who ah r!I38, By Beatrice GrimsJi tw Autlior of "Tho Wiisefc of tti i R«d- wing." "ConiofthiCor»lSc u," "Nobody'» lal%ad, M etc. ====33 Nothing else in rorr antic literature is q lite like the stories by Beatrice Grimshav--* all with a South *!eas setting -- and not) ang else e?:erta a stronger app-sal to lovers of - ed- blooded experienci s in new, glamorous and captivating latitu les. Shehagfortwenty-t iree years made her home in Papua and krows her islands as doei no o t h e r w r i t e r . The satisfying thrill of this story is indecnb ible. Follcnv it Serially in STRONG -- PROGRESSIVE -- GROWING CONNELLSVILLE Slatempnt of condition at the close of business December 3 1 , I 929. Resources Loans and Discounts $.. Overdrafts U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation Stocks and Securities 1 Federal Reserve Bank Stock Cash and Due from Banks ,. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures... Other Resources , 934,205.98 none 100,000.00 ,405,359.50 9,000.00 299,635.71 115,742.71 671,524.49 $3,535,468.39 Liabilities Capital $ 1 00,000.00 Surplus , 200,000.00 Undivided Profits 74,649.72 Circulating Notes , v 100,000.00 Reserved for Interest and Taxes 20,452.84 Deposits 2,9! 2,994.91 Other Liabilities 1 27,370.92 $3,535,46839 I' 1 . E. Markell J. IL Henderson M. Aaron J. J-'rod Kurtz DIRECTORS Tl. K. Smith Kred l'risl)ee J. D. SJiorrk'e R. S. Charles WeiJie J. E. Angle Philip That old troublesome word "IF" Once upon a time most people were worried a lot by "If." A few still are. You can tell them if you listen to them when they're shopping. "If you are sure that rug Won't fade . . . ." "If you're positive this is pure wool . . , ." "If you'll guarantee these eggs as fresh "If you think this washing machine will work better than the other one . . . ." ' I f . . . i f if The trouble with such people is--they don't read the advertisements. People who do read them do not have to depend upon "ifs" in their buying. They know what they are getting, because they have the definite, printed, reiterated assurances of the advertiser. Most people nowadays do read the advertisements. They shop intelligently and quickly. They know beforehand what they want, why they want it, how much they will have to pay, and where to go. Intelligent buyers substitute "know" for "if by reading the advertisements. Eielson Rescue Plans Meeting With Hard Luck EIDLSON UL.ANS-- INSIDE B^ U n i t e d 1'iess , Alaska, Ian I-- Uno lOielfcou o-vpcdilioii had today met with ii teuiLJOi u v neLbdclc Tu a t t e m p t i n g to luko off f r o m Ran- lianks 101 Nome, one of tlic Pah child jnemopl.UK". ot t)»e A v i n l l o n Coi pom- lion H"» ue u n i t g i o u n d looped on tho i i m g Held «UHl «u tluutagwl 'the imine o( tho yllol w h o \\ a» uol S i u i e , uas nut i M i u c d Thih In 1» chiugf of Captain I 'at Reid Tlie othei two planet?, bi ought f r o m Seattle on ,5 roatst ( · u a r d cutter, ,vcia held af Fan-bank' ami did not attempt- a take-oft tscauce or v , e n t h o r tondi- pilot ajid "Buddy" ot tho missing airman, Gail BCMI Eloleon, lituj recently suffered a netvous breakdown, believed to have been rinsed by the strain o£ woiry over hib comrade's late, anil he has been lelieved from duty. H« ttill fly to Fairbanks f i o m here, abandon ing plani for a eolo reb- e-ue fllfrtit "SVoid from the trad ng ship Nanuk eaid that the jUuio of Harold Ciillam, sylilc!^ recei%ed a da naged l a n d i n g gear /a week ago, had been repaired, and wae now in s h a p e to rcbunio tiearchlng-flig-hts. A IUi«6i«ui cxpeditK) i wae quartered at Petropavloak, a\sailiug the end of the Arctic wlntcn to ael-d ite two bi« l u u k e i B pl«u f tu t h e .teaclily inciu,it-!- i u r itsl ot b o a n h e i s fur MU'lson and hit- jiipi.hanie Kai 1 Ho land, now Ing neviMi \v«ekb ueai . Roofing Paper and ftoof Paint We rarry a full supply of Roofing Paper, 18 and 36 inch. Jtoof All Kinds. Consolidated Coal Supply Co. PIiom J 5 and 1700. Frank Tlirended Neiedln In Limb. U A N R K . I o w a .Inn ·)--Aftct a n u n successful oppcition i i ii'move it, Mrs Paul T.euike is v i a l k l n g - m o u n d with a t h i p a d p ! iieedl" in o le of hoi limbe How the nopdle Rot MHO hi»r Iimb6 !· Airway* I e myetpry and was dlscov-nred only u f t o i a n x - r a y e x a m i n a t i o n Blsr), Sli^ep'a Gold," our n»w ^ins in this DIET

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