The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1930 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 6, 1930
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PAGE SIX. DATLY COURIER, C TLLE, PA'. MONDAY, .JANUARY 0, P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N ,..,,.,.,,,,- Edward Dull,-who is taking: a chiropodist's course at Temple University, Philadelphia, returned to his Undies last night after s!end/lng the Christmas holidays with. ula. parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Dull of West Fay otto street. Mr, and Mrs. Dull's daughter, Mrs. J. E. McKee, and chll- dren. Dorothy and Anna Ruth, who were ,ai*o guests at the Dull home over tho Holidays, returned to their home at Ridgeway last night. Mr. McKee came hero Sunday and accompanied his family home. Sunday KHests of Mr. and Mrs. Dull were Mr. and Mrs. Boss Wilson o£ Wheeling, W. Va. ; '-'·- For a honi£ demonstration at a Maytag Washer, phone 1B40-R. John II. Work, 117 West Apple street.--Ad- vertisement.--4jau-Gtx. Miss Thelma McCoy of Bast Murphy fivoiuuv Jftlss Esther Ansell of Poplar O-ove and Miss Mary Edwards ot j Broad Ford have returned' to West j V i r g i n i a Weslfyau College at. Buek- hannoii, W. Va,, after spending the Christmas holidays at their homes. Mrs. W. 11. Cunningham of East Washington, avcmie was a ' P i t t s b u r g visitor today. Mrs. Ste-lla Ford o£ South Eighth street, Greenwood, h a s ' r e t u r n e d horns f r o m Diuiueaue, , where she was the guest of her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Haitios. Paal Butler, who was called here by the death of his sister, Miss Mary K a t h r y n BuUer, hns returned to Statcn I s l a n d , ' N . Y., where he is employed. Miss. H a r r i e t MeOle-llnnd, who spent t h e C h r i s t m a s holidays w i t h her pnr- cnts, Mr. and Mrs. 1C, C. McClelland ot South I'lttsbui-g street, l o f t this morning i'or Frederick. Md,, to resume her studies nt H nod. College. Miss EHswbelh Sherbondy of Dawson, who was home f o r the Christmas vacation, has r e t u r n e d to Allegheny College nt Meadville. Mrs. O, J. Sllger, who has been confined to her homo at South Connells- v i l l c for the last w e e k - w i t h grip, 1s reported to be slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Osier of Pitts" bm-K Bnertt S u n d a y with Mv. and Mrs. llobert Keffer of Kast Fair view avenue. Mrs. ICrtna George of the West Sido was the .guest of. her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Flotcher of U n i o n l o w n yesterday. Mrs. Margaret Byers Cain of San Antonio, Texu"..' who lias'been,511 lor Home timo, is in a very critical condt- I tlon, according to word received in Unionlown f r o m her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jolwi T. Byers, who are at their daughter's bedside. Her death is expected at any timo. Mrs. Cain Is a granddaughter of J. I. Feather of Union town, and is known here, Mr. ami Mrs. B. F, Wagaonan, who have been ill at their borne in South N i n t h street, Greenwood, aro Improved. Mr. Wagatnan Is u West j?enn conductor. Robert W. Ughtbuni has returned to C i n c i n n a t i Conservatory p£ Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, after spending the holiday« w i t h 'hie parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Llglitburn of IIS South j Sixth s t r e e t , West Side-. . A q u l l l a Barrow, who spent the holidays w i t h hig parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Barrow, o£ Sycamore" street l e f t Sunday morning for Syracuse, N. Y., to resume his studies at tho Syracuse Uiiiver.Mty. Miss Ellen Sberrick and Miss Anne Mellon, directresses ot nurses at the Homeopathic v . Hospital, Pittsburg, spent the week-end w i t h tho former's parent-*, Dr. and Mrs, F. N. Sherrlck i)t Kast Apple street. Miss M a r y Catherine Holaud, d a u g l u e r of Mr. ami aira. M. J Kolaud of Crawford avenue. West Side-, who was homo from St. .loscph'ts Academy, Seton 1011, Ureensburg, returned to her studies last n i g h t . During the holidays Mary Catherine and her aunt,! av "I never . k n o w r d it to faiL A woman th'at's forrver talkln' scan-, dal about her neighbors always baa a meek H t t l o s q u i r t . o f a husband like Jim." , "Triple CO JCH Black and Gray B LACK jersey, cut with a fl'«r«, and a pointed bodice effect^ makes the skirt of this sports frock lu black and gray. Tho waiit is of gray crepe, and boasts of EI scarf collar which is cut in one pkco with tho front of th« watst, and worn over the shoulder^ falling beluw tbe bem of the skirt, CHARLES F. KING HEADS POOR BOARD OR. MINERD TAKES OATH AS MAYOR UNION'TOWN. Jan. C.--Charles F. nommy« m u r y OJIU.IM-U.«»«I,U » K , «.«»,.,,------ was ele.-tecl p r e s i d e n t of the Miss Agnes O'Donovan, bent eoveral I P«or board today; Rev. Thomas W day* as the guests of Attorney and Colhouer vice-president, uiid T. II. AtTM F. M. llolahon of New York. Mr«. " l P'' lbo "' i " n ' sectary T. Springer llotahau i, a «Mer of Mhu O'Dono- ' iodd TM Gained as steward, van. Donald M, Kerr, son of Mrs. H o l a h a n , who spent tho holidays at lilg Iiomo in New York, also ivlth hits undo, and mint, Mr. and Mrs. M. .J. Roland, liafi returned to St. Vincent's College at Latrobo. Mrs. Mnrg!U'et McDonald of New Jersey and Mrs. J. R. Trttxel of . . . Josephine, Indiana county, aro Yisif.- ln£ t h e i r sisters, Mrs. John J. Homer K t i d Mrs. Fred Holier of this city. Mrs, C. C. Satterfleld and daughter, Opul, have- returned to their home at St. Mary's, W. Va., having been called h e r e on account of the death ot Mrs. Satierlk'td's mother, Mrs. William G a i i e n t i n e of N o r m u l v l l l e . l-Vani-isi J. Bowling retur-ncd S-a-t- i;;-!uy to Maniuetto Uatvers'1-ty, at M i l w a u k e e , Wt».. .after siveroltaig tho Chrl-strmiiS vacation at the home of his tivoUuM-, Mrs. Blanche- DowJing. Miss Eleanor M i l l e r hue returned to UK; U n i v e r s i t y of Plttsburg a f t e r u p e n d i n g the Christnuw vacation w i t h luT parents, .Dr. and Mrfi. B. T. Millor ' f!roeii etrcol. Mix-,. C. .1. Uoulier and tsvo daugh- ti-i-s, .Mary ,'lano arid Ura .Lmitac, l e f t t h i s morning for 8pi'ingtiold, MUH«., t i f t t v ii v!«it w i t h Mrs. Boulier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Washington ,1. IX Sherrlck, of avenue, Gilbert C l a r k r e t u r n e d homo w i t h the family, llo w i l l visit with them until spring. Jttmcci Stouffor. w h o was very., ill with pneumonia, returned to his duties Unity I Louise The s' si-kt of Iceoplltff youns Is to fed you I B -- t o do tills you watch y o u r l l V f - r ami bowuls---therc'ii no need of liavln.i? a Hallow complexion--dark rings imijer yimr eyes--pimplef--u l I I I u u s .oolc in y o u r Tueis---dull eyes w i t h ii" spnrtiie, STour doctor will toll you n i n e t y p^r cent, of u l l slc-knea-i comes f.'om iliac-live howela and iivor. Dr. J-\lwurds, ii W f l l - l i n o w n physician lii Ohio, per fur I id a vegetable c o m p o u n d its u s i t b a t t t u l o for calomel fa ai:t "» tli« l i v e r nm! )fwelB, wiilcli lie gave to his p i i l l c n t u for years. Dr. Kilwimlu O t l v e Tablets arc gcntio In t h e i r a c t i o n 5'6l, ,tlw!ij's effective. They h e l p t i r i n g a b o u t .Hint natural buoyaii'.-y w l i l c b all should enjoy by t o n i n g up liiii Uvor unci ctouriiig Uie a y r f l o i n ot i m p u r i t i e s . Ii-. J.'J{lwurls U l l v c Tablets C o n t i n u e d f r o m Page One. s t m o the death ot P, M. Ilulli, will ton Unite in that capacll.y. The retiring City Council *ho!d Its final session at 9 o'clock and cleared up all businese in pfoparatfon for Eho uo\7 body wliich was officially inducted at 10 o'clock. 'iotna ordinances, transferring funds from 'one account to another, were en- uc:cl and otiier routfua details were glvn attention. Adjournment--eine die--took place at 9:33 o'clock. Councilman C. M. Stone, superintendent of tho Department of Accounts and Finance for the p;ist eight years, reported all bills had been paW. He fluid the sinking fund balartca mceta all req.uirements ami M in good «liape. The balance In the Reneml fund, ho reportc-d, le not as large, however, A« ii was when ho took offlco. inaenuich · is ?;tG,OOii more in taxes in now outstanding t h a n - W A N UK-MI tho case. Thin ·la not any f a u l t of (ho tax colluctor, lie · loclarcvti, but bcciius^ collodion IK nioro rtifllciilt, due to tho l.rcinl of the t i m e s . . If taxes were- u? (.·nUeetihle now us t!ia.v wore In -1922 t l i e r o would bo .1. balance of $10,000 above what there woa at i h a t time, ho aaiO. Each niember of Council expressed Ida apprecifttion ot the cooperation glve-n them d u r i n g their term of office, both by f e l l o w members and the c!H- xeue of tlto conuhunlty. "I bopo all citizens w i l l eland back of tbe new Council and mayor t h e mo fl« they flltl with n5," -was tho comment of Mr. Evans in his final official statement. Councilman B. L. Berg (said he a p. predated tlio harmony which; lia-/ r u l e d tlio.body in the;, past four years, uiul as tho only hold-over member of the group looke-d for the name- good will among the new councilman. The o t h e r retiring meinbrs of C o u n c i l aro H a r r y CJ. Urown and Charles F. Howe. Before leaving the city building, George L. Orubb, retired chief of police, expressed his appreciation of the work done by life offlcem and of tbe cooperation he had received at ai times from Mayor Evan« and the members of. Council. Ho said he will bo Identified with tho H. C. Friek Coke Company in the near "future. MOTHER BURNED TO DEATH WHEN DRESS IGNITES . . k n o w n by t l u ' l r o l i v o oolof, 15c, -- A d v c r l i s u m c n t . ara OUc us principal of the Pleasant school, ne-ar Sarah and Hibernian Women Meet in Uniontown. Tltc .lanuary fjiuirtorly mooting' of tho [jiullea 1 A u x i l i a r y to tho Ancient Order . of Hibernian's of Fayolte county was liolti Sunday afternoon in tho P. H.. C, Hull- ot Uniontown. The meeting opened at S o'clock wit la Mrs. Marg-.irot Mtillin of Connfrftoville, couniy presldont, In. charge. "Tho regu- 'S r .busineoK took plice. · M r f . Btlhi Kelly of Donora, «tate vice-president, and Mrs. Mary Keener Smith have rotnrned to t h e i r home «f Charleroi, president of t h e Wash a f t o r a tfhort visit w i t h reJntiveti BoIIo V e r u u n . Patronize Uioao -w-htt advertise. county a u x i l i a r y , \yere , Mrs. Kelly i n s t a l l e d l.he oltlcerr. of tho d i f f e r e n t livitji«n.s' i'or tho onaulng year. Son nm-n to -Man-b.-ls. A : t o r Ui;i » l M l l "K Division No. 1 of Mr. ami J l r ^ . HyiuMi Ali.n-cbel of l r ' » " n l « w u riervo.l a delicious, lunch. M n i i u f l ' l c a ~ a i t t a n - iiiinou'iicint; tlu-i' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' n e x l n i u i ' t i i i j i w i l l b e ' h e l d Stimlay him. nt' i he if Ill-si sou S u n d a y n i / , v n - j ul ' lt1 ''""""- A ! ) r i l ! '·'. a l X l ' w H a l i - m . t h e M e i i n i r i a ! .I'lMU- t''i'l( 1'ul l ' . K I . . I . l . \ ( i l l A M . SVa.-Ui., . i . t n . G.-- 'J'Jia-o i n i v e r a i ! itl 1 ' A ' a s l u i i u ion s t u dei IM, w h i i let'i. Ciluvi..;!- i - u i n i i w i t h ski s K r i U u y t.n i - l i m o 10 tli... (o;i ut B a k e r , hud not r e t u i ued hue la: . i i i c l u and a s t o r m cmupd con- in;', ;n. M : L ! ( I n ' r l u t - K ill llii:;ii.|ul Di" M i n i m I ' l u a s a r i t . Tin.' l u i u Hy i t i w I'oii^iolti u' ;i boy ;uul a s^iM. .Mrs. M i O v h i - l is u -ai-Jt«:f nf Men. A. I. Ha ( l i e Is t?r t h i ; ; i - i i y . (jirit I'arlj. S:. TUta'a school U u i l d i U b , A t o n d u y , - h u i u u r y C. "iiO'i" unil blngn.-- Atlvi.-r- By Unlied Preso, HEADING, ,luti!, (i.--Mrs. Harry- Me "Donivld, 32, mother of iwo chil4ron, wn.s burn-e-d to d'oalli in licr 'homo here today Avhen her hou ilres» Igniteit hy a gu -jet in the stove. Sho died lu a,n whi!-o -bel-tug 'i-eniov-ed -to a toos-pital. M-r». MoDonald was 1'o-uml .nui-con. scions on (Ac k i t c h e n iloo^- by 'h-cr-tons- baud -whoa lie TCUnmet] JAMES A. VEECH SHARES ESTATE : By her w i l l filed Saturday in Pttte- burg,. Miss Rebecca Veech, a resident of tho Keniaawr Hotel, PHtabnrg-, .left about $75,000, about .halt' was given to charity. · \ 'A brothe-r-ln-law, Rev. John S. PHimer -of B m s w o r t h , ia left $2,000 outright and ¥5,000 is to be placed in trust for him. At; his death $2,000 is to go to James A. .Veech of Connalls- viUo. '· Short Talk Bj- a Grateful Mother, A California (Pomona) mother speaks: ".Only a m o t h e r who tins ynsB- cd through anxious h o u r s of f«ar of ci'oni) i.'Hii a p p r e c l i t t c o n r reeling nl' g r a t i l u d i ! t n w a t ' d (''nicy's l l o n o y a n d ')'ur I ' n i n i i o u n d . Tint 1 very lii'.-it (.IOKI-M sloiilfij liuii.v'u ilrL-aclt'itr lidtir;i- c r u u i i y i.'Oiiiih, a n i l h; our g r u u t . c i - l i u l ' In; di-dpped i i i l n a j u i « t sli)n|). Situ.'e t h e n \vt; have m a n y l i m e s pros'en i t s w o r l l i for c o u g h s ami colds." C o n t a i n s im opiates, no chloroforni, no i n g r e d i o j i : lliut a c a r e f u l m o t h e r hesitates to give her child. Ask for it. For sale' by C. Roy HeUel, Woolworth -- A ^^ -loan 25- STARS! in the screen s first speetac- t;S p ular musical revue! THE greatest film eiertajn menfc (it nil time I A $6.6 revue in every detail! Sec it comes but oacc i« « lifetime J The New SINGING, TALKING, DANCING Miracle Film! Everyon » can't have cash on land to mee» every ef tergancy that pops up But how good it is to know you con get it h e r e at any time you need it I You'll be pleased to find our servke so friendly and oor repayment plan so convenient. Helping folks who need mony quickly is our business, PERSONAL FINANCE Co. Second Floor · 112 West Crawford Avenue (Over McCtory's J and 10 Cent Ssore) CONNELLSVILLE, PA. Telephone Conncllsvitle 3- Open S:.50 to $·--Saturday 8:30 to t UCCNSED BY THE STATE--· Just Off the Wire i:y Un ted Press. ( UN'tON'lJOWN, J'iW). (i. --Three inon, ·tv,x w-eU luiowai i=n U-n'ViU'to\vn, we-re rt - t h i n rao njng on tho "river" just wcj-wt )f lir-owiw-ville wh«n thuh- ·mwcihino « rcrtu-niert as 'it wa« foircwl- off l.inj-'lvtit Hway, 'IMii ine-a \vorc 'thrown oiv!, of 1 lelv 'nuichino. All aro Jit I'lib BT-OWH-HV He Geuwal HospiUil. TUo imjured: A/ootfy Wheol-er, 35, of UutoaLo-wn, lx ly Injiurl-ca. Jainc.a Cani-p-ljell, 40, U.H'ontovnv, chest and back injuries. Da TO Wootiwa.rcl, 32, South Bvownsv llo, Injury to right ·hiun-il.,an4 ba,ck Th-e men were- on their way to -M e Olyci-e intae of W. .1. Rain-cy, Inc. ( * * P1TT3BURG ,7nn. C. -- Fire originating in a Chri .Unas tree i l l u m i n a t i n g outlit locluy sv opt the home nl' Ii T. Weir, chulrma i of the Board of t h e N a t i o n a l Slet'I C o r p o r a f ioit a n d bend of tlio Miulu.i Weir H c i - t i r i H ^ H Company, ,o;ul. ".in*1 d a m a g e c K t i n i a i c d al coal fttic] iron li-olJcDinoii al' Wi-e J-'it-ts- buir.g Coal Coni-pany must sta-n-i! trJai a second time on J a n u a r y 2S In connec- ·fcion -vvi't'h the. lieath ot Joseph Bar- oos'kl, farnieT-min*r, at Tyro. The- trial wtl'l talco place- In l a i i k i i n , Venan-so coun-ty. The Uirce w i l l bo l.rtoil on an in-v-olitfli'tary inunsla-ugh-Uii- 'liat';?c. O.X, .ran. (i.---.;n-t-.ra'l .1. I'c-rshiiiig ha 3 den:i(lcl ji/gii.l nest 'becoraing ti C'lHnttHidiite for (lie UnHcd S'ta'tea ^wiatu Ironi Netonu;iia. » » » Mrs. V,. A. I'etorsnn Slrlckoit. Kra. K. A. 1'olerson of I'JUBI :h n air- view R.'ve-D'iift, suite roil a r.U'oke of conscious. A son, Kric, ai-rlvod this afternoon from Chicago. "JONES' WIFE IS A DANDY '99 "I was out driere last night and she certainly made the evening an erf- joyable one. Didn't seem to have a care in the world. "Jones let me in on the secret of his wife's freedom. She does all her shopping by the electric car. My, wife is doing it now and it makes a 'whale of a difference.' " Confluence town S a t u r d a y . ? Ihizol I l c i n e l i a u g h , one of our ri, visited her h o m - ;il Ca^riel- I ' l c y I . i t i i l t - n i i a i l W i r ; a N E W I j t i N ' l i.i'N, ' n [ i i i . , .Ian. ii.-- l - ' i f - t u d i i Coa.-U (!i: il'iUuiiMi w i l l ')'· t r i e d on eharau-i til 1 i i I'iM-ins l h ^ ciirts'n ( tli" ca|)liniH! ttrit .-ill r u i n J-UUIUM- Klor !'! Mar, it \v«ri ;' itioutu'ed ollk-lally Unlay at t h e - Coar-.t O u i i r d base hero. « * # P1TTSP.UI a, Juti. fi.--Thrmi fwiuer nr |i'H' I ' i l i l l s . H i : a l l U ' l i r n i u j . ; - : . M t - t l u 1 t | i ! i ' . - l i i - K , Ih.s n.-iv i'i'in;ii-|;:i i i h ' j i r i . ' i ' u L r - i l j i u j l l l . ! ; ! ^ J ' t ^ ' t U I ; v l l r i . ' t ' : ; H | U ) . T J a j ; , 1 s b i n j M I M . - I ) ) - » i u i t ! ; ' » ' t ' ^ ' ( i i ' i ' V i 1 s l i i - l r i n i ' i - i l , n S I en !i'" l ' i ) ' I' 1 --" l''.n:k!i;B \ - , i I ! !»(: *·;;:. you 1'roi-. f l f . ' i i s r s.,-11.1 J O ( / m i l s I'.i |;i.v f ' ) i ' l i a n r l l l ^ K ' ,'Kil i i ' i s t H t f o m i l . v . U ' r l l f t (..'·)!-/ I ' N n - p . , J ' i v | i i l . n C o i n H l i l j i . , H a t f l o C r r i / l i , M i i - h i ; 4 ; u i . - . . A ( l . v t ? i - - ii K l i R c n e ! twich Pike, ijiiu of Mr. nml Mrs. O r v i l l c . Ki!;-.' "xin ba« n;lin noil lo bis siu«lii.-n ;il I ' r i n c i ' : Cli: tun I ' t i i v i i ' i j i l y i i l ' i t - r .'I v i s i t ivi* t i n 1 , l n i r t i i i C l i r l s i n i i i i t i u l l i l n y s , w i l l i )iit5 piircuti'.. ; \vi-uK. -Mii;·; ' t t i : T r l i i i i i i - y of ( ' u s r i ' t l i i i a n , ' . 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