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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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i'ACE TWELVE. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELI SVILLB, PA. TUESDAY, J A N U A R Y 7, 1M80. EARLY BIRD IDEA HOLDS GOOD WHEN COMBATTING ILLS Well to Be Ejjrly on flip Job, sfnte Secretary 01 Health. LIKE STITCH SAVING NINE "Everyone U f a m i l i a r with the old adage-, 'Tho early bir! catches the worm.' And everyone le equally £aml- lia-r with t h e fa.mo-u« dlaloprue- which makes light of tho worm in the- hum- o r n u i words of ' w h o wants tho worm a n y w a y ? ' But in thie connection lium-rr ifi one -hliig inl cold fact quite a n o t r e r . " ^aic! Dr. Theodore B. Appol, secretary oi! h e a l t h , to,lay. "ncspite- tbe l a u s h p r o v o k i n g film- on the e a r l y hird, he p l a y s an import a n t part in - h e l i f e of n i n n . And he could pl.'ty a u ^ l l v more useful one i f his chartu i iet i^lin ^ e r e nioi e ge-n- cj-filly onuilatcr! "People t'os .-nuie oUI i'e;iJ,m fill to · i p p r e c u i t e thiit licu'ai-,('f- h a v o hesin- I I H I J : ! l i k e - v e r y t h i i i i ; oli^e. CoiiKr- ( l u e n t l y . Uiej w a i t u n t i l afflu-lion-; r.re noMcpithly [reneni hehrt x d o l u n a n v - t h i n K about t h e m - w b t c i i f r e q u e - n l l y ir. foo l a t e o * t u p tlu-ir i l e v a « t a t i i m w o r k . " I t i h o u l i l IH^ re.Ui/e'l t h a t tin: early biul i i t i i ' u d " i e;ardtiif! h u n i o n ai!- i n e n l , is j t i - t at, eff"-uv(. in o b t . i i n i n c ; EXTREME CAUllllON URGED ON PERSONS WALKING HIGHWAYS .Inn. 7.-- Walking on highways, in s u b u r b a n and r u r a l sections in! .bo dusk of evening and after dark, so pre-valein a ' this sc-aRon whon days a r c s h n r t , mak"S extreme caution Imperative on t l e iiart of the, pedes- t r i a n and Hie imi'mobilo driver aa ·-veil, S. Kdward G tble-, president of the- P e n n s y l v a n i a Motor Federation, said today in w a r n ns. of tho clangers of this practice "Rveryono w'io ( i r i v p s a motor cnr realizes how (UlVlenH H is to discern the Conn of a person on tht» h l g h w n ^ at nlglil," Mr. U a b l o said. "Many are killed and h u n d r e d i Injured each year by hululpiiip In tli.s practice and the toll would bo Rretucr were it not for the adequate liifluing e q u i p m e n t oi t h e average motor vehicle." Mr. Gable's sUUi ment coiitlnuecl: "Children and others who walk on t h o highway tin loubtodly presume ihat they c.an r e a d i l y bo seen by the d r i v e r s of o n c o m i n g t a r s and that the bunion of respons b i l i t y for their safe i y rests entirely vlth tho operator of (be car. Their presumption is 111 l o u u d P d . ot conrst , and should be discouraged e v e r y w h e r e tor the safety of a l l c o n c e r n e d . "Where suli-wa ks or bypaths are not provided i n M i b u r h . u i or rural H e i ' i i o n s M-huol l i U d i v n and others are f o i f e d to « ' I K a l o n « lliu high\v',iy T h p slio M do tins, however, / n l y w h e n t h e i e s no t i l t v r n u t ' . v e and _ should i The Paramount The West lias; nwr4y lie-en .UK back- 'Krouivd for a tnoro colorftfl a.iwl stirring romanco than I h a t de-pioted in "Tilt! (iircMit Divide, " t h e Kirs I Nsi- tlon«.l-\ r iVtuihoiu production. w h i c h oponi?.d Monday at tbe 1'a.vamwwii fi, Dorothy Wacknill Is? die pwt i c u 1 an* ·s'Uur. Tho-'s- who r e m e m b e r '"The Oireal Divkl-f" as a phuy wlill 11 ml l)u v diMmH.- t.io s t p g o vehicle, w'hir-b njoyr'l po]ti- larHy Tor many yosvr.s i n the TTnUed Sl-atef , imrl Wii-ropo, liDtehte-iied In Ruspeiwo anl action in ( h i s all- dialogue Vltaphone- t a l k i e . ,A. mtiurber of ·tiMioftil f - o n i ? H haw t»en Injeirtod into the scenes, sinv- pUsArug 'fboa-a who never could have Ijcli-ovc-rt that tho. play w o u l d IctKl it- H e l f so admlirably to music. 1 Ttid i)k"f.iire at~HOine mome-nt* n«- suiiK-s the rhyithni aiwl 'hail-many of an 'o'jeretUi c«pcclally in a b f R fie«U\ t h a t takos place in Mrx-lro. Hut -the. audition is brought l a c k (o ( l i e Ktory with snoh axlroMm-s-i ami .·-kill i t h a t iwt one renMf.es the disreiwlon. Kt?phe-n Ghe-it. played by Tan K e i t h , stngn tlio intl.idioiis th-utn-e s«nc;, "At the- Rnd of t'h-e Lone^on!"- TrUxl," a i w l i!is'p'ny..s a fine \ o i c e . Myirna lsy fiin'g-s "S w h e n t l i e lo v .UK always keep t o ill,' I t ft. r a t h e r than to t h e i r i m h t .tide of I '10 -oad. so they can yeo liii^ C.MIS u p i i i o a h i n t ; on their side i-.nlii-- )ii(i i n r l d e n t u l i v jut-t as h a u l ' a i u l . if nere-ub.u^ dan out of the path on i l u - \ \ o r n i \.J in (he .uut«! ciu-e of of o i i t o n n n v i r a l i e . They should also l In- c-.irly 1) u l ' a n d ilu w o r m e u t . t i l l - a l t i t u d e !'i lie c l f c c t H O I1H1-4 le p u t i n t o p n i ' t u - e d i l i ' ^ e n t l } "t'oi e x a m p l e , I he iHf( w a y to ilt-- li-iit i y p h o i ' 1 U".i'r i« n t i i t o h a v e i t . l'lu» ( c i i i i - K i -in i r - " o t |i ' - . t n ^ i i/.ed m i l U or iv « mil'v t i o i n i n b e . r r u h n i e ^ K t l COS\T- a^ w e l l a-- t h e on.HI in pi ton of H i ! e i f t o n i i i p p r o i e d - n p p l i " - o n l y , i n i c h e - , ( l i e \ \ o i i n o f t y p h o i d b c - t o i " l l «"lh i n t o I I c - y s t t ' i n ( a'icor o f o \ l \ l j i ' ' . to ( i c c i n o l h f i i n M a n r c , it- al- w \ \ r open hie b e f o r e it .· inni'erable. ( ' f ' i i - . ( ' ( | i ! e i i i v '' i h i i l i / i t t i i ' *.'·· of can- c e r ii mad.' t-.ub niic- 'KOI*, (he w o r m ' aim M ) f u a-, t h i s p a r t i c u l a r m a l a d y i-, o n c e r n j . l , tlu 1 e a r l y bird live*? lo a ' ijH- old a;;e instead of dyini? an early .ttid p a i n f u l death. "Aejain, the h e a r t -- t h o moat long- Miffcring orcinn in The b o d y -- \ \ i l l con- t i n u e to f u n c t i o n w i t h o u t coiidrknifi l i f f i c u l t y "oils after it has become impaired. The- early bird^ who taket; his heart to the doctor for an a n n u a l ex- a m i n a t i o n w i l l catch tbe worm of in- rildlous i!Ue«se, e l i r n i n a t o tho catwes of Itfl prowth, and in many instances jirreet the- condition, t h u « making poo- Kible happy, long lite. "Indeed, the entire h e a l t h problem, so tar as the/ individual is concerned. Involves tbe development of the early bird a t t i t u d e t o w a r d cli^eafio-. Medical science has reached tueh a Htatodiagnostic: achievement Dial H cun locate conditions; that e v e n t u a l l y w i l l c-uiuse illness, pain and death long be- foro the I n d i v i d u a l has tho u l i K h t e s t liikl'in^ 1 h a t trouble exists. Ru-t m"-di- c-al ficlenco limet be- piven a chance^ w h i c h uiuince !( r r w i u o n t l y does not "It !h a wrong idea lo i m a g i n e t h n t bectuwo you bave no conscious d y m p - tom« yon are froe from ilUea*. In ninny i n s t a n c e s Htich a concliwion w i l l bo correct, but in others, a m o u n t i n g to the- h u n d r e d s ot thousandti In the- aj;- grpfijate the oppoaito w i l l be tho fact. "It f o l l o W H thore-foie Dial in this, t h e uvrly par! of 19So, It behoove.*,- evuryone lo develop and practice the early bird a t t i t u d e . (Jet the* w o r m be- f o r e t h e w o r m gets you. It i-i one of the ouitiUtudiiiR H w r u t s of healthy, happy and I w i R t h y life." as far t n t hle .uul, .!' r a r r v i\ II ' n i l i i n i ; u- i'ot n.il. d i h p l a v c siiie of the road a» duUv or a f l c r uiRlu- n l ' s h t or, if t h e i r ul ItBlH-i'olorcU 111.1- i w h i t e collar', s h i r t ''nun, or s o n r t b UL else- t h a t is readily (Used n i l i l i - u i t in t f i e l o c u s o f the ·HMdlighl t! a i p r u a c b i n s cars. " \ V h f i i t i i . -U oines e a r l y a n d t \ v i ' r ^ l n s au - i i i . i , a s a t this season, c ' l i l d u M i and o tiers e n r o u t e home in .iibiirb.ui and i u'al disHi'ictt oftc-n a r c lou-t'ii to w a l k aloiii; hkfnv.iya a f t e r siuuUj\\u. Thif Is a p r a t t i c e t h a t fills i lie motorist w ;h dread uui one t h a t , ·n e v e r y possll le- w a y , s l i u t i i d be tlis- foimiged. Vv'lu n it IH necessary, bow- ever.* t h e pede . t r i a n should excreta D X l r e m u c a r e ; nd caution. "Barents. s hool teachers, m o t o r clubs, m u n l e i p i! a u S h o r U e s and others i n t e r e s t e d .1 the safoly o£ ebildre-n and in the pn l e c t i o n of a l l users of the lii}, r t,vays s h o u l d cooperate in every possibl. way to lessen I ho- d-angers oE tin practice." , Sd. Sonor," annMher t u r e f u l n u m i IT:- Tho story doc« not d e m a n d a ·'inci-npr rolo from Iorfthy Mncknill. tho F\"tv, lut ihls rharnrttiif af trows po-rtrys on-e of tbe inon f.^nflattonia I par's 'be has i i n i i w t n U e n on t h e sen-en. A!Ui Mack;iill'.=i roU-. U of Ih^ tipe. In A p h'.'di sh-e had Much s?u\i,t i»iix - es« in recent pictures-. 1; is a now t h e i t r i r a l experlptico l-n liear h.inl- ho'.'.e-d Wise-cra'cim come- from Kticli a b e a u t i f u l cix-a l.are- as Dorothy. 'I'b-e progTUiu also lnehirt v s ;'. V'ita- ph-Mio act, news reel and lalklins coiue-rly. The Orpheiim form ho first (o Iai5(, has done si w o n d e r f u l ; jb with its si'fal miwlciil exfr ivagair/ i, "Tho Hollywood Hovite," w h i c h cam : to tho O r p h e n m Thoatio yo!itordty for a f o u r - d a y porlorniance. I t ha hhown what t a l k i n g films can do, am If they havo rouched thin. cUa^o of p r feel ion olreudy, \vh;](, n r x t ? Not pno sl^ir, lint d o z e n s - j amos lo conjure w i t h i n t h o m o t i o n pioluro world, pa-« in rnviow )pfo c your e-ycri, p-ac-h w i t h .song, d n n c n or ultlt, each w i t h bits or her proper Balance; | each, often w i t h a backpronn I of gor- j KeoiiB g i r l s In gorgoous r,olti K«, bril- l i a n t l y i l l u m l n i i l c d w i t h c lor and sound. l Tw-pnty ErOii'. 1 ;. 1 -! As m n n y dm e,c-,. Tro- tn!.euiblc« marks t! its mipor- protiuoUon ;is tho reat pa- nwie of fa-tarn. 'pws 1-y vvi.tl Ma.rion Ilflvlffi in m a l e imiierHon,ii on in a ballet nivnibr. "Tommy Mkt R on Parade," in which dlie both r iiiRfi and dances; N'orma Rhonror and J o h n Oil- hart In ft modern "Home-o a. 'id .I'lvlie/l." n u m b e r ; jirhsie. Lovo In ong and da n e e ; Conrad N'agel with song and bf-aii'Uful »s t ^ f . ^ · ; .f'Mii'Cr.x r lard/in a H i l l i n g fong and danco a t; Butter Kea-fon in on. 1 (if 1 his be t «c:rcfii luujjhfi; K a r l Dane and norge K, \ V i l l i i i n Ifa!ii"H in one of his comedy p k i i s , and alsia Stan nu.l O l i v e r H a r t l v "Ukolele- Ike," t'no nifii-'stro -f !ht iwtnimnnl. which priivo nU- blii namo !UH Kcl- wardti--Marif Dressier, fu nous coiti- edlenno with J'oily M o r n n i flnother; i h o A l b e r t l i u i Ilnnch balln tbe fir ox. SHtera, Jack U w i u y , t h e vaiidovlllo humorist, Natcn'ha N a t U m and many o i l i r t . blended great revue. Phono 889. OSB^ffiK!UK®Ea^OEmM^^ ff!} f« I I PJioue 890. Vour Dopondnblo 81 ore for t^inlity and Vn!uc, A Friend-Making Sale of In Gay Spring Prints and Lively Plain Colors Only A r t h u r , Uunous f / a u r c l -nil Ibepe i n t o one Tho pi' t o n e u v t Friday ^!llrrler C w i l l be l n!r"o indue] nv-. reul, ^ l l l u -ilay " fi a movie- 'he i t j i r r i n - ; Wll lam Ore en Powell Chic Models: -- new length -- sleeveless with flared skirts and normal waist line -- two-piece kitchenette pajamas and dresses -- one-piece dresses with two-piece effect, coat style . . . suitable for indoor and street wear. JRuffsdule iU'FKBDAL ·;, Jan T - M r « . ^ U n a belle Sheplur U ^oriou«ily 11! at the home ot nor d a u g h t e r , Mre. ,lrunen Uobiitsou of .lefUinette. M!(-i5 K a t h r n f l r i h n r e t u r n e d to her Htuc'ie.s ut Tl ii»l College a l t e r i^iiend- o £ ] i n g h e r vaea I o n w i t h het p a i c n t n , Mr. «nl Miv. .1. l l a l i n . The (."Mfii-hil Board of the MolhwlU-,1 ^ONSTANT coughing uses up energy more quickly than fitrenuous exercise. Check coughs at the start with' Pertussin. W a t c h Lome In Pit stcr. M K X J C O , Mo., .l;jn, 7.-- J ll. Bra!en, \\!iik» wreekitH; an old hot -so, f o u n d In tin 1 plaster r i silver w a t r l i ost the walU of tho b ' l l l d i i i K vlion it tTiTtcd "t /ears! IK. T 10 cnse and suirks W(»re In f u i r coiiflil rn. If Looklntr for Harg-. Ins I so, road the advwtl' Ing c o t u n i n n Oourl«sr. flwyvvwnewifwwtfvwfwiwe^^ New Styles: iiiri-li hold a business i« ehurcb Mninlav even- K p i a c o p a i C mcetint; in I i l l ! ' . The \VomenV Mif«i(nuiry Society ol tlie iMothwli t Ifipifrcopal ( ' h u r c h hold an all-dav ( i i u U i n g at the homo of Mrs, It. 13. t:ole, Thuifiday. Those present \ \ e n M i n Kmin.i Frotts, Mrs. M i l t o n Itexi .ad, M I R ,1. X. Wo-ilael, Mr«. C. T Hockey. Mw. Andio-.v Sllli- inan and M i s lOHv.aboth Snydc^r. Today and Tomorrow HII TALK IN HIS GREATEST ROLEl I WARHBR MD5. p 1-6*431' in tl!« al Zion tho Box Car Proved A Poor Hitching Post * By L'nltei! I'v.·-!·,. M l l / r O X , I'a., .Nni. 7--lly (he- process o e x p e r i m e n t a t i o n a n d by trial and ei r o r -- i n thiri tuso mostly error-one rrsiite-nt of the- country about M i l - t o n lui'i reached the conclusion t h a t a box cur on a pklini; ii a poor h i t c l i i n g - j)o«t J o r hiH horse. * Coining into the (own d u r i n g tho rt-ocnr snowfall here, this man found no l i k c t i i i i K - p o s t at the p o i n t n o r t h of Broai.way, \\he-re h» desired to hitch Ills 1; )fi-ie and sleigh. Uov.over, a box car i-;tooil only upon a iKar-by a i d i n g , aixi a^ there wti« no i n d i f . i t i o a oi! It6 boins move.d for sutno time, the Ingenious d r i v e r lied thn anini.il to the car. A tow m i n u t e s later i n w i t c h crew moved tbe car d o w n tbe track, f a l l i n g t h e h i t c h e d h o t s e The Jvailli . Ail Society of tailheran (.' n i r t h w i l l meet home of Mi I.ucy Ijong, Mr. an'l J.rs. Keller of V u i i o n spent tho woek-ei .1 w i t h Mr. and Mrh. ifar- old Hhtpley Mrfi. Kay M u l l spoilt Thursday afternoon s v l t n t r i e n d f i in Scottdalo. Milton Storey was a biifllcesw caller in (Jreensburg Saturday afternoon. V i i f i p l i o n o A- arid art /I'll Talkio (J»mo( y A d m i s s i o n -- M i i l f o i o o 10c and 25c; N i g h f . I5c aiul 85c Summit K U f t i M I T Jan. 7 - - M r and Mrs. J a c o b Harlord were among U n l o i i i o w n ri S a t u r d a y oveiiinR. .Mr. ami M M . Joseph MeOe-o ami ,!;un« a n d Leonard, s p e n t wook OIK! w i l h Mr. and Mrs. A l b e r t McOce at ^hainroc-lc. Mre. OanicH W. Wovtblngton ami KmiKltlfiiif. 1 liter, Nolle ( N a r k , bave rc- l u r n e d « f i u r s)iondiiiK H c v e r a l d a j s visiting M'-, and Mrt. Clark Worlhliij;- ton ut Wi Mr ami Mrti. Karl Pinkney and family of C()i n e l l s v i l l e were bore Mrs. P u i k n o y ' b paronlh, Mr. aiwl Commode 'o Kllce. 'Mr. an-1 Mm. W i l l i a m Morris and (Initg-hten i'crlo inul Ethel, of nc ir Kim C!ro e were guests of Mr .Iac4) llar£orl on Sunday. feet licfon v they ive:c ie"=fiH'!j T h u r s d a y , Friday and Saturday Dorothy Mackaill in "The Great Divide" jgwwnswwwffwvw^^ · After Very Careful Inspection 36 Styles out of 1,000 Chosen! The samples of thirty-five manufacturer}--about 1,000 droasea in all were inspected. The 36 Best Styles out of the original thousand were selected. Never befoie was such an aggregation of fine House Frocks and Houst Pajamas presented to the people of Connellsville, at this 1 sw price. The color selection, the f a b r i c ? and t h e models represent (he boar, to be f o u n d in tho e n t i r e house dress field at $J . . . and lengths a r e correct according to t h new standard in fashion. Materials: Pique, lawns, pnvalfp, broadcloths, and linene . . . plain and printed. V-neck, round-neck, square-neck . . . sleeveless, cap sleeves and h a l f sleeves. Organdy S ruffled, lace-trimmed, j! belted, and w i t h pique i collars. \ Lovely Colors: Plain white, blue low, pink, green, omlcr, dotted, and prints. RI «K'5^c§!3Bfi f )f'H5'flifeis?iara«s§fir ? gfWWfttVWW}^UV*^^ I M i i l y U iHijiuic!'. TfiMihleM'/iie \S roi klnir l.hes in »rll«-r Who T f l l s Wliat |li» For ( J u i c k · = I I I ' 1 ( 1 , 1 1 I . - - . \ , 1 I H I I S I ' J - M V I 'Jr-f n I \ liiniio he) W a i t e r ssere \i'-iiiii{!; the £vrmo-i en -. here over tlic week-end. M r -M.u-y FrU-k, a clerk for the .No K i k Company, u t this pt.ice i visii- ui 1'tttt.burs for u wodt. 25 Stars! Chorus of 200! Laujhs! Ske .ches! Song Hits T A I. A to « ('Infilled Vds. u i c k l y follow At the first sign of trouble in your heating system call one of the expert service men listed in the "Heating, Plumbing, Roofing" column of The Courier Classified Section. Don't try t o "niake it do" through the remaining months of winter--risking the big; expense and discomfort of a serious breakdown, when a few dollars will give you the comfortable assurance of efficient, safe heat until the warm weather comes. The men whose names appear in the "Heating, Plumbing, Roofing" column clo their work quickly, cheaply and well. Confluence Jan. 7 -- Georgo B u r n w o r i h and Robert Flauigaii have returned to rchool at Alliance, Ohio, after spending tho mid-winter vaca- lion w i t h t h e i r p a r e n t s , Mr. and Mrs. C. A. B u r n w o r U i ami Mr. and ftlrn. II. T. Flanigan. } Mm. C. -N 1 . CunningUai" uml HOU Max, j loft Saturday evening for J visit w i l h f r i e n d s in Baltimore. Max r e t u r n e d home lo iitteiul school while Mrs. (,'tjn- jnngtiam \st'l visit for a tew dayii. H a r r y U r o w n liu^ r e t u r n e d \o ]iiri w o r k in Httsbui'B n i t e r a vii-it In-rp w i t h hisi parpiitH, Mr. and Mrs. K. U. r,ro\vn. Min.s M a b e l S t i i n t o n ha-5 r e t u r n e d t-fhool ul U e t l i u n y , \V. Va.., al'ler vac/ation spoil 1 w i t h her uncle, and i a u n l , Mr. nni ,Mn. U r a n t 1'yk', w i t h j w h o m uhe. m i i ; i ( , her lionii'. ^ \Mlhum N u l l of Addison was; n \ J l o w i i rcfcni.'y Krceliiiri; hii, m a n y 1 "_' | f riendfi. | Mw. Clyde Hrown and danshter, I Betty l..nie, havo r e d i t n t d to Uiwr j h o m e in i ' i t t -bur;;; with Mr. ;uic Mici. and Mr. and Mr 1 -. 1 I r v i n K o r i n e v h-ii at Iiiiicii'-l(.'i a t t o r FREDERICKSTOWN MILL DESTROYED a f t e r a v i s i t here W. A. J l u r u w o r t h I!. U r u w n . r e t u r n e d to i;i.liool .1 vacation hp,_;-ii w i l h his p a r 'nU-, M r . l'\)i'tne.\, her- . Mi-ii O l i v e H e n o l d s her honif in M a r t i i a vk-i' w i t h nciitit-, here. j 1''H1-;1)KU1CKTO\VN, Pa., JMI (!.-- | Piru early today f - w c p l the ( rocket!. u r a i n m i l l here i m p e r l U n B fan Hies HI j f o u r a d j i i r c n i b u i l d i n g s and --ausiiii; j damage- of $5u,000. The mill, said to t lie t h u iJi-Rcs-t bulMinj; in Watliinglon | c o u n t y , was destroyed w h i l e flrenun f r o m B r o w n s v i l l e and Uice« 1 -Mrn. \V. J j . j t o n K h t t h e llame, tor more tl an f o u r I h urs to save f o u r nr-arby h i ) i r e t u r n e d to | Tho mill was ,1 landmark W. Y a , , ; i f f r r ; lieen c o n s t r u c t e d more, t h a n h a v i n g r:itioin/u .Jios'o wiio advortisD. Patronize it) a(Jveitl»*.

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