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Second Part , VOI,. 28. NO. 51. CONNELLSVILLrE. PA.. FRIDAY EVENING!, 3£ NUARY 10, 1930. TWENTY PAGES. Honor Roll, Attendance Repprt South Connellsvslfe School Thr h o n o r roll and fittondanco report for tho month oC December in tho South ConnellsviHo schools mnde an oxcnllent showing, both In nurpbc-r of honor roil (Undents und the attendance records. In the latter thoro' were eoveral of 100 pe-r cent; others 99 and 08 per cent. Tho majority of tho rooms wore without tartly marks. The roll and report follows: Mr«. Honsnker's Room--Sophia Zur, Constance Smith, Loon Shal, ,T. W. Tressler, Vorgle K t i r , "Robert Fiehor, Chariots Fair, Oeorgo Smith. Boys'attendance, 98 por c«nt; tardy, 0--Girls' attendance, 100 per cent; tardy, 0. M!s« Miller's Room--Elijtat^th Nor- rls, Orayce Smith, I/uclllo Kieher, Joseph Shal, Charles B. MotcalC. Boy6' attendance, 98 per cent; tardy, 0;--Girls' attendance, DS per cent; tardy, 0. Mies Cougaenour's Hoom -- Albert Groah, "Floyd llartman, Donald Jamie- Ron, Albert Martz, Francee Reilly, Edna Mao Rugs, Nortna Shoemaker, Garnet Taylor, Thelma. Moon. Boys' attendance, 88 per cont; tardy, 0--Glr'la' attendance, !2 per cent; tardy, 0. Mtes Porter's Room--ISleanor Miller, Evelyn Gilpir., Botty K-effer, William Briefly, Edward Ilrbach, James Trees- ior. Boyfl' attendance, 98 per cont; tardy, 3--Glrle' attendance, i'7 per cent; tardy, 3. Mi«e Francis* Room--Vesta Thomas, Ronald Moran, L.ora1ne Porter-field, Anna Holme, Lucille 1/incolu, Lloyd Curtisfi. Boyr.' attendance, 97 per cent; tardy, 2--Girls' attendance, f7 per cent; tardy 0. Miss FVrwler'e Room--CJrace GHpln, Bdward Lincoln, Dean Hartman, Margaret Bloom, Melon Ulngor, Arlyn Oorvin, M a r t h a Vinoski, Pauline IJolnv, Iveona Leonard. lioyo' attendance, 915 per cent; tardy, (.--Ctirlfc' attendance, '.)6 per cent; lardy, 0. MiM Or'cy'e Room--Bessie Bates, Oortha Richc-y, Martha Portor, Margaret M-ato, Frank Hallleh, Franklin McElhaney. Moyi' attendance, 98 per cunt; tardy, d--Gills' attendance, 01 p e r - cent; l a r d y , 1. Alls* IFall'fi room--Kathryn Porter, Grace Weliner, George- Allen, Made- lino Legrandr, Marie Hyatt, Dot Boys' attendan Svangearmr Martin, aid Martz. o, 99 per c e n t ; tardy, 2--Girls' attend uic-e, 9G per cent; tardy, 3. J Mis,? Kilbaugh'e Room--Dirte Mullen, Loona Ofiler, Geneva Pl/zi, Nellie Rosa Pirl, Lotla I'orterfieki, Thelmu Ohler. Boys' attendance, 06 per c-eut; tardy, 0--Girls' attendance, 97 j.cr oont; tardy, 0. Miss Meade's Room--Rut/ Taylor, Lorraine Coughenour, Enwruth Burkhardt, Annabolle "Wilti-out, i-lolen Shal, Wilson Pizni. Boys' attendance, 100 per cent; tardy, 0--Girls' attendance, 98 per cent; tardy, 0. Mtes Show's Room--Jean Corvin, Pvul .Mato, Paul Menuchi Lloyd Ringer, Jesele BealLy, R u t h Schroyor, Helen Mickey. Boys' a'ttendance, !)2 per cent; tardy, 0--Girls' attendance, 95 per cent; tardy, 0. The daily report o[ Attendance Officer Urbach indicate t h a t most of the abeencee d u r i n g tho present period of mild weather have been duo to toneilitis. measles, chicken-pox and other children's diseases. Ono case reported ae scarlet fewer Is on record. A five drill was given on the afternoon of January 2.. The time required by the puptlri and teachers to vacate tho grado building wae 54 seconds. Tho lim-e required in the II gh School building was 'In seconds. Theeu records are splendid considering tho fact that the pup'Is are not permitted to rueh out pel'-moll but must leave in a quick ami orderly manner maintaining all Sines and groups intact so that a prompt return to lessons may be achieved with the least possible excitement and loss of time. Fire-drillfi are given at least once a month, both the teacher! and the pupils being Ateolutely Iguorant o£ the time. However, it has always been tho policy to give drills d u r i n g tho mildest weather favored by the m o n t h for the protection o? tho children. Should any of (he echoo"e patrons or other interested pereom "wieh to witness this interesting m o n t h l y oc- ci'rrenco Principal Snader ^ ill be glad to send a short notice when a d r i l l Is to bo given. I N C O B F O K A T E D PEOPLE OF CITY URGED TO "SELL" TO SELVES FIRST ; » ! \ t h i c e G h o n n o t a r y l»y W. H. Kelly of W. P. Industrial l)opnr(me»f. LAUDS TRADE ORGANIZATION \V. I I . Kelly of tho Industrial ! i , x ' l o p a u ! n t ( I p p a r t m o n t of We«t Penn 1'ov.vi Co.. 0ioukiiig uc the noon l i n i i h i - o n of the Rotary Cluli on Thure- d.ty. ilcc'lari-d t h a t tin first problem oi .in,- coiuiDiuiity in an industrial program irf to Koll that com- to itself before it can hope to t.ell i! lo any n m n u f a c m r l n g concern. i o f l a r i n « l h a t t!te newly organised IJudi'd of Trado iii ( l o i n ? that tusk in ,i wry c f f i c i o n t m a n n e r , he called on t h e clti/piif. of (,'ontioll i/JIlo that they siuuil I , i ( t i v H y ani no' imseivoly coo p c r n ' c w i t h I hat l)ody Mr. K e l l y tiid: ",M) l.'ilk today m i n d u s t r i a l Pro- v;i((-ri \ \ i l l bo arounjl your motto: · S o r \ : f O Hcforc Self' Tlio f n d i f U r l i l l luirl cf \ o t i r m o t t o a p p l i f * to b u i l d i n g ^D foi 1 priv-ent purpo t n* le-t u« refer i n y o u r motto as an i n d u s t r i a l build- i n g p-d.-cram tnl i n c i a j ' s tall- w i l l b«, v\ itli « u r p c n n i - M I H , lo the- indus- t r i a l phase, i n ii ripcMM h I recently h c i n d . tin- speaker, w h o w a s goneral t.ukt-, monagcr for a largo rteiuirtrneiit s-forp-, told hie aiulienc-j of nion hold- i n g v o c u l i v n p o s i l i i i n t - tliut n o i n t ^ r A Uni' should lat-t over 20 m i n n t e f , lor I ho rt'HKon thit any msin (-ouUl tell all Jic k n e w ii-. t h a t l o i i K l h of Mitif. I. dif\ t f r r v \ i t h h i m «nd be'iovo t h a t 2f( m i n u l o s i« a short p t r o d to talk on w h a t ifi k n o w n of jus-t one pliant 1 of tho industrial li*-ld. "Oitrlni; 4 h i p a r l y par! of Hi20 the West I'on ii Power Company olficialH. k n o w i n t : tho importfliv.-c of tnlu»tricil d r v e l ' p m o n t , decided cu a t h o r o u g l i survey of tho A i t u . i t t o n During the t . u m n i p r , and i n t o t h o f a l l , much i n v w i U f a H i i K a n d h l u d y ng wore done. Tho llrst r a d i c a l d r p a r t u r e f r o m previous procedure droll w i t h (hid 1=11!)- .tcet--buildint;. In Hcj broader sont-p build ng a p p l i o w It) i'ic w h o l e country and not to a s i n g l e o i n n i u n i f , v . Uy goiiiR i n t o o t h e r t e i n ' o r y w o m i g h t t,uc':-i'od tn i n d u c i n g ,u\ i n d u s t r y to leave one c o m m u n i t y f i n d ooint 1 to DIM t o r r i t u t ) . W h e n tins x,;m ai c o m j i l i i . l i ed. \s li'tt w o u l d be doll"'.' Woield l o m e - t h u i , ; lie c i e a t e i l * \ \ ' u l d \vo h.Ue b P f \ ' J o r w o u l d w e j u a h . i \ e |ui an- Othi'i' i t'g in t i n - \ u i t i i - ! i ircle ( a l l t - i l r e l i H ' i l i i i n of i n d u s t r y ' r n t l i - i v . t a n d . I .tin n.i f .ii'Min-,t a'i t ' K l i n t r j n uimiiu:. but 1 do t.iv l l i . i t bt K 11« a i i at i s i n i J t ·to nun'e it n t n i h i M i ,., n u t i t e . ,i ie:i! ( Ii (ng t'lrvi-j i - h t i u l d In- i u K l u r l e d \ tuui out 1! lilt* m)M-' 1-. ti).;u t!. w h i c h vsould mean l l u - i n d u - . ! ; V 1-11 t t .x ui il- n e u Joe It on \ Me! v " i -i.ne- la!\. n cnmif ii l i i d l l i l l ' f t - t n i l , n \ mo i i - i - r'tm j l U h t : t ' ^ . - i n t e t f . i . MI i h . i i r e t ie jjoi.is tn u^l l m n a i , - 1 tun on a drive in your torrltorr, poseibly Inducing as many I n d u s t r U s to IPIVU a« you have persuaded to conic. the oud 'have you built?' "The relocation of imhtvry d u r i n g the yea re 1926 and 1327 ai lounted to !i.-t p-or cent of tho i n d u s t r k i l progrpse In the.entiru United SUiU'8 said Canada and ililn snutll part of t h i whole is what all the excitement IIOH 'boon about. The largest part 01 induetrial progress, or Sl.S per cent ie repre- eented by v the expansion nt existing industries and n-p-w inlusti ice startnd ti communities by local m n . This confirms our reason for pin f ing in the most important, or first p l r c o , on our program the. heading: 'Expansion of ExialitiK Industries.' "We are now making ;t survey o£ every industry in this ten- lory. The data secured will bo carefully analyzed and we hope to bo of assietunco to you by means of the analysis. Notice, I eaid by means of. the analysis and not the survey. Many surveys have boon made, pigeonholed, and tho community wondered when the Industrial improvement was going to o nr. "Expansion of your exts'ing industries does not mean no new industries. It might well mean tho establishment of a secondary m a n u f a c t u r - · .1 either use products of the prlma \ J i t n t or to f u r n i s h the primary i 'v;.' w i t h bupplle: 1 .. Thin would be b'.Uu.'.v'ial lo the p r i m a r y p l a n t and enough benefits h t i o u i d loal to t h e i r expansion. Oo and bee y o u r industries, i a l k t h e i r problnm-, o v e r w i t h t h e m and see if you get any new ideas on t ie subjject. 7Jo youi 1 m e r c h a n t , bank* r, professional man or w h a t e v e r you can men- t i o n , you aro v i t a l l y I n t e r r c - i e d lij your exist iiijt i t i d u f t t r i c s and t h t ir develop- m e n t program. The refill 5 achieved may not bo as quick or ( peclacular, but w i l l be more* lanting than any other line you f o l l o w . "Cooperation is tile w«y r o progreisw and tlip i u d u s l r i a l deve-lnpnieuf d f l i a r t m e n t ot tho \Ve«t Petm Power (;nrnpaiiy w i l l be glad to work with yon. The si-eater interest ou display I tho more e n c o u r a g e m e n t ^ i w i l l have in k n o w i n g t h a t you want us to w o r k for you. W h e n yon conce ve an idea of some-thini? t h a t should if done in- dustriiill.v. w h y not put t no- idea in u r i t i n K and -.ee If t o g e t h e r we cannot f i n d the i-olulion'.' Do it w h i l e the t h o u g h t - U. i. t i l l fresh in y o u r nilnl and not t i t t e r ' y n u h a v e decided il c o u l d n ' t be done Your Hoard of Trade lias secured a (,oni,ietent hec- relary I n Major J o h n K. tilake. An o u t l i n e of mir w h o l e pr.igr.itn luw been explniiuxl to him an 1 i believe ho Ihinhi-. it i.-. M i i i f t r u c t i .e and not U l b t r i e a . it I I 'i; t h e h n i H i n - j t e . H l of ' l i a t can he j i t o r \ . w h y ' it'll".' You - r l . i i n l i l t i d n o t h i n g il l a t may be -vages, m e n 1 y o u r bun- il a n d i a n Peanut Butler, Ib 19c Salted Jumbo Peanuts, Ib, 23c Tomato Paste, 3 cans .....25c Dromedary Dates, box 19c Jell-O, 3 packages 25c Shelled Almonds, Ib 79c Start today to buy the Penn Store way. Join th many thrifty people who come from miles aroimd to buy their groceries at wholesale. If you want to save bring your orders to the Penn Stores--Lowet Price Grocery Stores. Campbell's BAKED BEANS, 3 cans 25c Campbell's TOMATO SOUP, 3 cans 25c BUTTER WEDGEWOOD IBUTTER BEST BUTTER IN AMERICA If you ])Hj' 10c to 15c per pound more, yoii cannot buy better butter. Pure Nut Oleomargarine for fine fabrics La Premiaf.a SPAGHETTI 20 Lb. Box $1.79 . B. C. SODA CRACKERS "The , c o m t i i i i n i t y survey end its " l u t h e uwo o f new i n m i t ; h l lit 1 wi'll t o H u n g u l o o of Ux ill ir^a ni/.at i u i i n l i u n l i i i r 1 , lor ,111 i i u l u a l r y i u n l l i c e i t t o i a o \ e ' i n i l l i u i K i I n it lo e u m e t o o u r U*[ n t i t f i j ' i n t ' ' l a i t i i i ^ H .sou i n a \ i . i . in tho i ane of i m u u i i ^ t i j , t h a t y o n k n o w IIO'A it h o ' i l i | be mil 'I 1 1 1 n». but u can h i i e . lor w i n ) ( . i n r u n i t t o r you. ui me*",-. iii''n w i l l h a v e couM . · b a i i s r t h e p ^ r ' n n n p l a t (! f t ii i i i t i w . , i r d a c t i o n s 1 1 1. in. i- phaorc, ot our pi "A « t n d y of raw materials. "Advertising that will aid our t e r i i - lory. "The figuring of b r a n c h plant.-. -"National a d v e r t i s i n g . "Relocation of oxlsiting plunin, "New promotions. "Of these eu1)jcctfi, T want to say a f e w words a b o u t t h o c o m m u n i t y survey. Too m a n y people, cvcm civic, loader.} t h e m s f l v e « r look at t h e i r comm u n i t y is s o m e t h i n g i n t a n g i b l e , f,ome- I h l n g u p in t h e e l o u c M , a n u n k n o w n q u a n t i t y t h a t t h e y c a n n o t g«: t h e i r hands on; can not feel, wee pick up, t u r n iiround ami i n v e s t i g a t e . At J o n g - j na they view It Ihui3 t h e y n o v o r v 111 ' lie able to rfdl it, There is n o t h i n g ! mythical about a town or c i t y - - I t i'-i ( a concrete t h i n g and m u s t be c o n - j Hide-red BO. A c o m m u n i t y \ii e o m p u r 1 able to m a n y i n s t i t u t i o n s , and l l i o ! problems w h i c h c o n C r o n t i t are t h e j naniit nit those w'nich occur to m a n y x gr.im nre. .f aui'vey is a miinuiidci slouil i n - 1 fiti'LiiiH'iit. \\ r k b - t v o d(!ve!opel a m a s U M ' i s u r v e y -in-d t h r o u g h tho cooperation of I j o u r Hoard of T i a i t e we hope lo tie j ( i i r i ! t i l e d.ita H iu'U- foi . Do not o n 1 o l d e r ili.it UK s u r v e y In il.-elf Is t h e HIM! i unit-Mil t h a t w i l l a c c o m p l i s h I h o ' reii'ill.i yon a r e / i f l e r The i n f o n n a - ' lion o b t a i n e d rniwl be i n t e l l i g e n t l y ! a p p l i e d t o D e f i n e t h e driMr-od e n i i . J ·\iiiily.'Ing thi;i diiUi i n e o n m n c t t o n | w i t h HI*- M n l u u t r i . i l i n f o r n i . i t i n n n o w bum.; i-ibtaiiic i should IP" n.; w h a t course to follow and alr,o !evelop . program. i-J a p h a z a r d i i x l i v t d u a l of forts w i t h no d e f i n i t e jjoal should b m i n i m i s e d and all e f l o r l s should h extended a l o n g d e f i n i t e hiics. "In proceeding w i t h your buildin proRnnn, nr»t discover what v o u r 111 are and then prescribe tho correc m e d i c i n e for I l i e i n . Do not o \ o r u ' your c o m m u n i t y a i l m w i t s ·- f r a n k ! oneider t h e m a n d , it' t h e y w i l l detn m e n t a l l y effect (he p r o b l e m yon ar considering, either e l i m i n a t e t h e m , o if t h a t la not poFfilble-. r e m o v e I h · p r o b l e m . I t is not t e m p o r a r y relie but a p e r m a n e n t c h a i i K C f l i a l you ai' ' l o o k i n g f o r , "You are ;i/l iiii.vioti*i lo b u i l d n · y o u r city. Thin IK conceded Avo yo . all t h o r o u g h l y «old on y o u r city's pos- sibilllierf or art; i,otne ol" your a t t e m p t Ing lo c.rltlciee w i t h o u t b e i n g 'on s t r u c t i v e ? The f i r s t p i o b l e m i h t n , i in sell t h e c o m m u n i t y t o ilnel!' T h i 1 bolievt', its being d o n e very elf, c l o n l l y by o u r Hoiiui of Trade .Ma · 1 -iiiggcnt at th.'i-, l i m e t h a i you 'vlioul I t i c l i v p l y and not p i i ' S i i l v o l y oopurat w i t h thai body. ''The \Vesl I'enn I ' o u e r C o m p a n y · e m p h a t i c a l l y in I crested i n y o u r d · \ e l o p n i e i i t . 1 htu R hpokc- of l o o n e n u - ing w i t h you. Notice, I .s.iid ci b p e i a t i i i K . \S'e w i l l lie o n l y too gla I lo do uome of the- w i l l IM ex pet ted t o C'limmunity'i l u l n i e Combln" i iie h y o u w i l l h a v e "1 t h a n k :-on p p e n t lifitenliiR 'to mo and will bo giad I to help you whenever you require assistance." STATE HIGHWAY IS ULTIMATE GOAL He Will Try Again work, "i uu «lu do nom-j. You it- in y o u r h a n d inii in t h i s room an i wm'lf! b r n l n i for i h n t i m e yon hav T h e m o v e m e n t t o secure t h o e l e c - tion of t i n : bi'ldgii acrciHH the .Monongahela R i v e r b e t w e e n N e w e l l a n d L'aliFornia iti boliuved tn i i l t l m a t i l l y remit in 'i c a m p a i K U lo m a k e I lie old t'oiinelK-iville-tlreenfieUl pike a t-latt) lilglns ay. T h e pike, a n u n i m p r o v e d ihoi-ougli- fttre, connoets with the concrete h i g h way at R c h a r d , near Stur J u n c t i o n , on tho Y a n d e r b i l t - r e r r y o p o ] i « route, mid oxiundn Lo N e w e l l on tho banks of tho iMojiongaliola H i v o r , jiai-diiut t h rough j L i t t l e l l f d n l o u u a n d o t h e r iarm com-! inunltic.s, If a b r i d g e w a.* ( o n s t n i c l e d over i he j rh'er il in believed by hoofitorti of t i l i i j lirojecl that t h e Slate IHghw/iy l)i- p a v t m e n l w o n l . l re.'idil l a k e o\ei- th« road and ivbnild it. U is undei 1 K i o o d t h a t tin 1 JeffiM«on l o u n n h i p road. lUipei-vi'ioi's h a v e Kiveu t h e i r unofficial cppioval t o t h o p l a n . V i r t u a l l y the e n t i r e h l r e l c i i goe..-? t h r o u g h F a i r y a n d Jofterson t o v v u ^ l i i p H . ( hissiiiod Brine; i^Hiilil!, w h e n ola^-eii in t!tf» o umns of Tbo Dally Courier. WilJiam S. Vare and Mrs, Vare. pictured st the North Philadelphia Station when they left en route for Florida. Prior to his departure Mr. Vare declared thai hit name would be on the Rrpnblica ballot next May ;is candidate for the paity nomination for United States Senator.

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