The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 10, 1930 · Page 3
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January 10, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER. OONNEL1 .bVILLE, PA. SCOTTDALE'S COMMUNICABLE ILLSCASES FEW Measles Loads and There Are Bui 18 of These. Health Offupr Rajs. Nightmare Divorce NEWSBOYS GUESTS AT ANNUAL DINNER ^ I H I ! i l t ) t h e Loin iei SCO'ITDM.,!, J«in 10 -Scottcwie lias bit! IS casu of TtieaU«s ami In S.itiiiviav Jann u v 11 h a l f oC those t n d w i l l conn d o w n W i t h n o n e w i asrs tlexo'ophi ; t h f b.i'anco \\I1I bo ( ' o w n hj J an iia i t 15 Two cuseb of i hi ken-po\ lun e I 0311 l e p o i l c d ami UK* lioim--. Pla irdr 1 bv tho h e a l t h ofllori W i t h t i o exception of these t.iAe-i tho t o w n s h - c a l f h h % e r ; good. I hfv pre-"fMit I l e i l t h Offic-ei, who is t'Mnuig u p t h * t o w n is CSeoigo Ux.k- nrd. Brawls on Duty. Cuigess ( !' [5.\sia, as his fu^t ofile d,l ilutv i ' - u p d i permit for a ^,ua'4 T h e i r lias IOPH no polloe w n ( T'olko ( i i c l o - s I w v o been ie!\ q u - c t " N e n M j o j x 1 e(e»1. 'I horn i j U. r i i i t l i e r f o i d ga\o lu^ t ml u i t l diiuic! lo (lie- n c w b b o j s it tli« ! l u l i p s Cute lafit evening Oovci s \\oro laid tor 40, I n c l u d i n g Mi Ruthc i i o i d his sons, and daughter, Miss Mrir|oi!£» R u t h e r f o r d A t a l k was c n e n h\ M i Ruth-el Foul and b h o r t t a l k ' M P I O P M M I b y M c i . i l of I h o »( ( nrds, A J r find M i - Dnino 1' N u l l of \ r t h i l r i \ u IIP ontcMtamMl a few of I h o i r fi l e n d s id ( ards on AV e-dnosd.n (\-p-nlne ' I h r f o Ublcvs note brought into ila\ lletiosltmonts u c i o VT. (.'. T. U. New. The Woman' s Christian T 1'iiion afteinoon vCi\!ce ^sterday at t h e Methodist Episcopal Church ^as woll attended. Mis-s Kate L/o\v© \vaa · h o Icarioi The subject -ft.i-s "Mis- ions ' - »e?k of Prujcr Ser.ices. The prajer \\-ook beivicta beint; held l o l n t l j bj the Piesln t e i i a n and Methodist c h u r c h e s \ v e i e well attended, on \loivli\ Ttie-,(l«\ and Wednesday at 1lio I V e ^ U j t o i i a i i C l i u i d t with Ko\ «wr#e K f i n den n- fipcaK-or Uiot e \ f n ! n s t h o v bccaii i n t h e - Methodist i ' p i s c o p a l C h i n c h - w i t h Ko J Vv \ \ i l h c - i pron a; thp speaker to fio week of piayer the n t c e t f n j ; of I) o .Iitbilcc- Clu! of Iho .Meifhiidlst 1 jn t o p a l C h i n c h xun postponed i j i i l i l ' I l n n s d a v I i u u a i v ](, An unusual divorce complaint has been filed in Chicago by Mrs. Alice Lorraine Wilkey, 25, wife of a manufacture r, Bernard Wil* Hey, after being wed only a month. She declares Wilkey, who is 50, awakens at night, apparently from a nightmare, seizes » i g n n and prowls through the house seeking an invader.' Once she says she hid the gun and he brat her untjl die rtiurned it ' H i i t h 1' i' k x i , Joo Yelonosk\ and ' S w i f - h ' Yi^Iotioiky all well known is Joo Crtfffrt'i boxors YIGJP at AIcKees- port on \\-edm bd,n and veitoiday tnlv- ins p a i t in a IX^IUK t o u r n a m e n t S t t i m n i G i s ' (obis h a v e loon parsed lit the Y At r A by Arthur "White, i f i u r \ Forlnc^ R l t h a n l Shemp, Flank C o n w a v P nil Deppppp Clarence Llut, \ t a r Sha« l ! ^ ( t \ Shaw, Betty Mav If an r^e f , i i M n Klduird Keed^ , Ruth (.ibson !I.ii i K i n t n c y , R t c b u i d s k f n i p K i i i n l t'oriw i\ a n d deorgo K i n o Tlir^ w o i k of tho Pioneer pronp o? t h e P r c M n t n an C lun eh has boon chv ( ontuiiHMi foi a w h i l e The / atlics l i i b l e ( la = b of the Pies- b U c n a n ("lairch hold a l u n c h e o n at t h r ( j b u i c l i v«ter(^n. r l he Women'-, Bible Class ot Tilnltr Kefcrmod C b u i o h held itv -montlilj i n e e f i n ? : at the hnnie of Mis William \\H\ u g a m a n last o ^ o n l n s Miss M u it b toner of Mulberry sfioet wat host^is to tlie C i t l ' j\lis- s m n a r v tJulh' at hc-r home lavt Mi.s \ f a i - - nernian of "Vl-^Cuno a 1 c- f i t er» M-ed the 1\ o m e n s Bibie o* 'lie Chnstian C'hurUi at lier liomo 1^-t fMMiint: ''"olio-wing tho inwllng l e U e s h m e n U ?l!ss C!jll Asnv- lin-in ('m-^e has 'uiI1d.ii \ u a ( i o i i i a d e n t F,n 1 i th, WOULD SELL BABES NEARST/RVATION WABASH RAILWAY DECLARES DIVIDEND OFJP10 PER SHARE B\ U n i t J I'w N K W YORK, Jan 10 -- D i r e c t o r e of the Wabsah Hallway t ompany yest^i day declared a d i v i d e n d of 'HO i e h a r r on tho f,l;lbs B pieferrcd etocH, rep reeontirg pajincnt for 3928 and 19-9, held u'j by tlie C! ib6 A stockholdoih t h r o u g n n court ii juaAction Lafit week tho United States bu premo Court rever rel tho lowei r o u r t f i n d l n g e p a v i n g * h -way f o r I h o p a v niejit of d i v i d e n d t OH tho Cla t. Ii stock The regular qu irterly dividend of |1 23 a eharo ivae doclaied on ClriWj A etot k payable n February 25 to clock ot record on January 25 Fit Your Music To Your Dinner, Aiding Digestion t i l l C A G O Jan 10--Maybe it hart not orcuired to the d i n e r in general, but jf you suffered aftrr-effeito from that Christmas d l i ner, peraaje It was because jour rac! o tunert in on jazz when a little eymphony T\as the cnr- icct thing Not only ''oes music hav« Lharmi to eoctho tliB fieri cat t«Ki6t, t ccordinp to a survey by a local concern, but it also has po^frs to soothe tho fiercest pang'j of hunger. The mus\ v,itl\ moaH bae a great tloal to do · R H h enjoyment of tho meal, tho report fol- l o w i n g the b t i r v e j bald i'or Instance, B\. hofele slow jatisic- is tho order for t)i dinner, when slow eating Is the thin, Ju"^ colls for tall cool dt inks anl light deesnrte but dreamy w a l t z inunic brings cut ordcis foi taoip d'hotr- ni^ile Oriental inuek calls for chop eney, chow melu and so o Pemisville J,m !· ~-S\ K bi i ,tml v.P6t!tuto p.n^nts . n v o offered babies toi sale at $5 each, in present t h e i r frf-erln?? 1,1 the nol l- ir,t \ \ c a i h n Hankow hue Wl in to j eai 1 Ice cakes in tho H^i Riv«- art- « i ecKIng sanipane. 6 " £** /** 6 6 Is a prescription for Colds, Grippe, Flu, DeHgiie, Bilious Foer and Malaria. It Is the most speedy remedy known. Victor Radios Monthly Pnjmonts GEO. W. CARROLL S I - O V \ l v H A L F Voi»t Sidt', I'onnolMillo, I'n., Saturday, January 11 H o u r s : 7 (o f ! ::iO *«·. i r n ( t c n u M i 7."n* j body 1\ clcone PICNNSVI^E, .Ian 1" -- M-es Marp i i e t LilllvcJc of Comfllsvllle opent 'torn Satin t'py c enlns- intil Sunday vbitlng at the homo of her pn rents, i.Ii and Mm Adam L!I"- -* I!j.i b a i a Uulh, 1 ttlr elaupht»r of Mr and Mi\i Kussell T i f t i e r m h o has be-wi vei v i l l v,Hh influeiua f l u r l n g the iflflf In getting CUM tot Sue Means AV is a \Voodclnle ;i the home of Mi «uid A l l s 151 mcr Smith Suniid." afteuioon L3Wi« Ooorge movud 1m tainlh hero Tuosdfty I t o m b c o t t d n l e to the Mrs I Ii Luymou home Mr G e o i g c forrnet n « l d o n t of r c n u a v U l o aj;o LdBt Tluuada} ovonliiK M S A Tefwlloi lKld a n ofHuial m-rottng of the yotuig people \ i \ l 6 i o n of h'vorson U i r t r l c t of tho Ka etlr C o u n t y Snnrla} Bi hoot Aafioilatinr) at tho Mount O l i v e United Brethren L h u r t h *]'ha f o l l o w - ing officer*? were elected for the coming j c a r Prp*l«l«nt, Arnold Wagnei, of the Baet /Si 1 United Drethron C h u r t h , vice-pr siJent Mr Ileinmmg- er of ethe r iradlse Evangelical Church, eecretaty, Kcseline Etling- of Breakneck Union C h u r c h , treasure), Mary Margaret vliner of Mount Ohva United Bothrpn Church Mra May Harris and daughter Sara, were at Valley luesd-iy visiting- at the home of Mr am Mrs Calvin Hoko. CioorKfl C i r e i l i u d of Mount Plene- .uit ^ . i j a Pi nn-,Mllo callei and OHO h ilf poi nds N\H b o r n Alon!,i i m o i n i n g U Mr and Mre Ollbort i C i o » b This m ikott three (.lilhhcn In I tho ftinily SIw Crosby watl f o r n i p i l y lxlb Btcuff r Mre lohn G i o v o Msitpd o i l t m a n of Poplar the Imme ot her Mra H«rt M r K l n u Read the nd I Dalir Coorlei. rnr H a r u a l n * ^ t u Ths discount! tilled ^ , \** 6 " oi *m\ T\vire a car \Vhif all Rugs are reduced--discontinued paflenis, And.thh saie v/J]) rnd shortly-- take ; dvaiita-go quickly. A varloLy which rnfikes Lhoofllng intpref-ling -and q u a l i f y sum 1 /htttali Ruga shipped direct from tho fuctorY, assuring fresb, clean Diercliandisc, Including the Famous Whlttall Anglo-Persians in all stzes 9x12 ft Whittall Wilton u50 «P Cotneniont 1'ajrnents If desired, you (an pay oui of inconc, I n s t e i d of vout taslngs Complete Home Furnishers Since 1S91 I'uluro Pel U cry jA deposit i 111 leseno a n y Will Hall Hug for d e l l v c i in t l l P 3f)! I ' I K i W i t h the belfction of a jury under WAT, John Bolton, Los ingeles (inset), dancing teacher, fartel trial f o e his life un chaises of lurder- injt his wife, Lucilln. Bolton IB charged with slaying hn wif ! in an auto near Topango Canyon and then burning the death gun on himself to divert suspicion He claimed his wfe had been shot to d mth by ibandits. Mre, Lucille Bolton, the slain gul i-. p i c t u r e d here \ ith her Smother, Mra. Alice Swan, oats All sizes from 34 to 50. Lavfje selection, in the latest colors--Blue, Brown and Gray -- All greatly reduced as low as and up It will pay you io rlsii me from a n j distance. I h a t e a Inrgre stock ot neii topcoats for jouns inrn, valued at $-0--now $12. New line of Suits, sizes ratine from 85 to 50--Price rniifre from $0 to $18. A largo asssortmonl of Press and Woirk Shirts, »1 ^es, Raincoats, Underwear, Swoators, Hats, Caps and Ties. We Imvc n I'omplplo line of Cotton, Moleskin, Corduroj and Blue Serge Trousers, guaranteed "a now pair if they rip." Ii 1 you ivcar a filim or stout model, whether JOH are a short or a regular, young or old, conservative or snappy, we can huit you. Xo matter what the color, fabric, stylo or ze, jou'll find Jt here. GENTS' CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS 233 North Pittsburg Street, ConneJIsville, Pa.

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