The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 10, 1930 · Page 20
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January 10, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 20

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AC! K TWENTY. I'HB DAILY COURIER, CONNBULEVTL3,1!, FRIDAY, J A N U A R Y i n , i.;..*,,. -.. NEW CONFLUENCE CHURCH WILL BE IN USE SUNDAY to Hoping Thai of Christians Destroyed by Fire All out Complete. HOPE SOON TO HAVE PASTOR CONM/UBNCB. Jan. lO--Tho Chris- Han Church congregation, whioh la erecting «. now building to tako tho place of the ono destroyed by flro on February 24*,h, ln«t luui eo tar got it r:omploted as to bo afolo to hold 8i»n- divy School and Communion In tlte now structure neat Sunday, J a n u a r y 12, after 45 Sundays, worshiping pnrt time in the Baptist Church, on tho Wost SIdo, and part time in a room of tho old Confluence Houao, or otherwiso known a« the Trump Apartments. Matnborfi of tho congregation am, vory proud of what they have been ablfi to accomplish and the progroso I hoy havo mado !n ftulding, H. 1.. Sellers Is miporintondont of tho Sun- flay cic.hool, with Hay Hyatt as l a n t superintendent-. They haya.boon without a paetor nlaee Novombor ;1, whrtn ROY. Frank' L. Stuck resigned to ucopt tho pastorate of the Christian Church at Mannlngton, W. Va. However, they hope to secure another pn/itor In th-9 near future. Harry Wt'H» of Uiwina was in town yestterday transacting bueincee. Mrs, -farucfl Boal e,nd little daughter of Connonllsville wore recent visitors with Mm. Beal'fl parents, Mr. aiid Mro. F*. R. Havnor, hero. Taylor OloTer of Urelna-wae a bu»i- n«£« visitor horo yc-eterday, Mrs. WlUItxm RomesburK of Fort j HU1 was in town'yesterday shopping and Yialtlng friondo. K, B. Nicholson of tho .Jeraey Church wa« among the bunlnc-as call- em here yesterday. .J. C. Heed has rotumed to hie work at Pittsburgh after a vteit here with hl'j family. Ctiarlca Bird of Addlon waa in tovrn yiifllortlay greeting frlndfl and trana- '« ct ROAD ENGINEER SAYS INDIAN HEAD WORK BEGINS SOON 3, Jan. 10--Work on tho four mlie« of road between Normal- vllle and Indian Head, TTayotta county, pwvhabJy will be started within 10 days, II. 8. Close, division engineer fA tho State Ltopartme-nt of Hlghwayn, jiuld today. j Clous «wikl he had no information on iha report that v/ork on that road had been temporarily hold up, the contract for which wa« awarded on December 13 to a Union town construction company. Material and machinery havo been !«tf«fnilIod preparatory t«i Htartlng tho work lifi soon a« the aiirvoy Is completed. . · Mr. does rti-d not comment on the ' Mill t l u n projoet work which also | M oxp.Mited to got under way soon. Dickerson Run mCKKKSON H U N . Jan. 10 -- The ii.otir.fi «cnt out f r o m tho Pitttfburg of- tico of the PUlsburg 1/aku. Brlu [ Railroad lo f u r l o u g h ' 2 1 pain torn and i lialnlcr«' helpers oa ftlotnlay at t l n s j IMckcrtjon H u n car nh-ops wi« recalloil ; aiif! all rettiriMxl to work as usual, tho , r o b u i l d l t i K and painting of hoppero titiil gondola t-arri w i l l be coti!,iii»«H!, officiaki stale*!. Patronize UICM-O v/-bo a-dv«rt!a-e. I.. G. Stoner aiwl Harry Se-fert wero l'iti«!xirg tiusiiiF'.'f? caller Tuesday. Mm. .1cU!i! lieatly was shopplnc in , EVERY; :; COAT IN THE MOUSE mm to IN THISTLE! ' S ^ SUITES iSpecinl lot up to $ !5 values. Sizes 85, and 87 only. One Special Lot Up to $25 Values Roguinr 45c Value 12 S a n i t a r y N a p k i n s One Special Lot Up to $9.75 Values "Waldorf" Toilet Paper .Regular 1.0c. V n h e LIFEBUOY SOAP Repulnr lOc Y n l n o One Special Lot Up to $35 Values 3 Roll? for 2c One Special Lot Up to $16.75 , Values Ladies Twe :d RAINCOAT S BROOMS 'Regular oi)c TO IMP Heavy Floor Brooms Special In groj", tun, bine) am! tvhlto and snlnmn. $4.95 vahin. \ l i Other High ft Oonts as Follows: One Special Lot Up to $29.50 Values $49.50 Coate S24.75 $59.50 Coats Men a Outi ig Flannel Work: Shuts BOYS' JERSEY SUITS I n n a v y , tnn, liroivn SiKns :» to 8. $1.50 valxn 1 In k h a k i and groy. Siars H to 17. $1.25 v n l n o . All Colors All Styks All Sizes $69.50 Coats | rvwwvwvw .f. S. Luushrt-ywE North Duwson wan a r i ' . i o n l o w n ))usinc^« jiiHcr Wednes- V., of laH Clara. B a k e r of Vam'terbtH ofl homo f r o m Buffalo, N. whr'i'R *hf ftflt'iuled tho f u n e r a l )''rcvl Tcicheri. (,'httrlPti .lorduu of Buena VJfita f a l l i n g "ii VaiMlerViili friends Lookinjc for Itartralns 5 . Head the adv«rtiseniiorit.» in Daily Courier.' - \- START THE New Year Free From D E B T Resolve now to have no money worries during 1030. Pay all your outstanding obligation.* 'with an easy-to-get, eonfirlciitlU loan obtained here. You i-nn borrow up to 5300.00 on your own personal respon- s i h i l l t j without outside signers. 1'ay us back In small cnsy-to- nieot paymenta fltiexl to your incoin-'. Start the New Year ti-li you about our loaniu.i; plan w i t h o u t inni our .service over 1! yo.ir.s «lout f ! .l,.-.-ui ,-i Pl.'Ul. nil, Write or i-a-i-a J by ilic St. a r i u -- f e a t . 4 UNION LOAN CO. Viv*i N'ationnl BnnU Ulrlg. Know 20-J--Serond Floor, GREENSBURG, PA. Mother Leads Burglar Coup homo Krld-ay Mrs. J. R. Smlili of 'hor nuytlicr, MJ-H. -M. Luclati Sutor Is ill ot h!ft 'homo he-re. John Pool-o, who has IXWMI ill for the pa.st ·niontha !« seriounly lii after a Mrs. M. Taylor- of rl hor sister, Mr*. .]. f. Hovf vlait- Mrs. Sophl.'i. MlnsH'r. 15 ye .ra o!rf, of Ttirr fVSc.;l Tu-wlny.' FHuH;r si sorv- Iro was lip'.'d Thivrftdny at .1 o' .lorA in chnTRO of llov Gfj-orgo Bullion an4 in- tf»rmoiit t'ollowcwi in St. os-aph'w T))? s-c,lioo'i Ivinril ot KfiRt i!on Toinwihiii (i.\Mf May 24 ns t!m d.'tifl f a r t!w animal lownshl fl-e.Hool jjU'.ivk'. whicii w i l l bo ivfl-l-d at 0-akford Park. Mrs. MiwKP-ry Harptn* T..ynn, 7S years old. wife of (.'. S. I.yiin, died at tho 5ion;-p of nor son-in-law atwl daughtor, Mir. UKi Mrs. Jlfmtan- Ikipl'Or of K-ot!-dalo 'Monday night. Mrs, Ijy-uu was .a uwiwliw of th Chrl«t.'s R-e- i'ormch! Church of Rnff-^da-lo. John Rtoroy WIVR ;i busineuR cixllor Jn Scott rt-al-e TtH«Kl9y. Cr^lgrlHcin was a Nature's Secrets May Aid Farmer Mr, a n d Mr?. .Tolvn Von«ent «··,)·« iopplin; In Mou».t Pleasant Saturdiy. Pntronizo tluMft who advortiso. Fifty Years a Boat Captain Like a pa^ce in fiction reads the story o f - M r s . Winifred Shields, 35, of Rochester, N. Y., who drosseri in masculine attire, led her husband and t.wo children on a trail of banditry which ended fatally fo« her, Ernest Stott had been sleeping in the rear of his store when h* %vas aroused by the ringing of the cash register bell. Starting for th« f r o n t of the stpro he saw two non and two boys fleeing. He ran tc the street ;tnd fired five shots, one..of the quartet falling to the ground,, When he ,ipproaohcd the 'body he found it was Mrs. Shields, droased in the gaib of R man. The husband (tnd two boys are beinw held. Picture shows Winifrwl, 30, holding Robert, G months old. with EdwarJ Shield*, 4 ( I n s e t ) , Mrs. Winifred Hlualda. Kuffudule i , ' l ' K K S | A i K, J a n . ! . - ; \!,,-.,. A r t h u r OIJIIL: o f V - l i o i i t m v i i v i s i t r - 1 Ivor .Mr. .(!!,! M i ;. l , i f y d U i i j f ;nvti i l m i a h . '\ -Tr'iH!, f! I ' r i l ' s ' u w n .--pen! ' i ^ h u j ' s ay w i t h Mr ami Mrs. Ray M u l l . i Mrs. U. 0. ^\'(!il)el .sipenl. Thursday : '.virli rohuii'e.-i i n Corinell.svilki I Mrs. H. S t e w a r t of Seotidale visiti-Ml M-i-s S, S. H i x s i u i [''i-ithiy. ', Mr. i i i i : t M". 1 ^. C l i i t t ' l i ' s l l u t t L M ' n i o r i of : t ' n i o i i t o w u svi'vc Culler-; INTO r c c o i r l ly. · 'i'b" ViMini.' L;ulius' ('.iiiii \VHS PUK'.r- I i.aiiieii liy .Mios M u r t h u Grille at U-er Mrs. Ethel Ely Pattison, of New York, one of the few expert woman seed analysis in the world, at work in her laboratory, weighing some imported soy beans. preparatory to making 3 complete analysis of their suitability to native culture. Surveys are a/so made /or the guidance of purchasers of hu^s quantities of seed from abroad, Neivsreol) Auto Heiress and Grid Star Wed Mrs, Blanche Lqatl ers, sixty^six years old, for f i f t y years has boon H Mississipifi Uivei sl.eumboat captain. She was pictured with « bottle of "Madeira ' which was presented to her by JefTcrson Davis, f o r m e r president cf the C o n f e d e r a t e States, when he m a d e a trip many, years ago ot one of her boats. T h ' b o t t l e hoars the inscrip- t i o n ' " B l a n c h e , I a r o u g h t t h i s to you. Don't open this u n t i l y o u r first boy comas," The b o l t l c ha, n r . ' . M iicen opened, Mra. Leathers has never had a t lild, The former Bernice Chrysler, daughter of the multimillionaire automobile magnate, leaving St. Bartholomew';: Church, New York City, oday with has- husband, Edgar W. Garbisch, former West Point football stsr, just after their vedding. ( I n t i m a t i o n il

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