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January 11, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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SATURDAY, JANUARY u, 1930. -THTii DAILY COURIER, CONNE .LSV1LLJE, PA. PAGE FIVJK. BURGLARS GET $200 IN CASH AT SCOTTDALE Large Quantity of Merchandise Also Taken Fr.om Miller Department^Storc. · REVIVAL WILL CLOSE SUNDAY Special to Tho Courier. SCOTTDAJUE, Jan. 11.--Thursday night or early Friday morning thlerves vls-lU-d tho storo.9 of M. Miller fvrother in Pittsburg street and tire Txxueks Hardware storo next door'. At tho Lx)itoks storo a ladder was used to roach tho slcjlight and entrance was nralo through it. It was said that nothing had Ixjen taken at tho hardware store. The thieves I-eft by way of the rear floor. At tho Miller store a ladder was placed against tho window of the shoe depa/rtaient, to tho rear of the store and 'tho heavy shutters that arc used on tho window was forced and the window raised, it was said ?200 in cash was taken, also some checks, a largo amount of mon's clothing, ishc-ee and o t h e r Roods. Of the rertes of robberies the Miller storo ie the flret place where merchandise ot any consequence has been taken. Lnit Oar of Re-ilral. * Sunday will conchKlo the aeries of Eospel meetings now being heM at the First Baptist Chu.rcb. It Is planned to make all tho services of the day of unusual 1 utmost and significance. At tho Sunday sihool session Rev. Pearl l.mlwtck, tho evangelist. will address all the cKasw'S atxjvo the primary gra.de. Rev. l/ndwick will preach a.lso at the rooming woreMp at 10:45 o'clock. This will bo so far as poa- .siblo an "o\ ory member present" K»rv!co and the message will be ·especially adapted to the church membership. The culminating service of tne day will be at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. A spwial aoag period will be held under the direction of Wilbur Carnltn, beginning at 7 '15 o'clock. Rev. Ludwlck's final message will be given upon this occas-slon. A thank offering will be-received for the evan- geHt and those who have profited spiritually tbiough this special effort will bo given an, opportunity to respond. Surprise for Mrs, Steclc. TO W. Steels gave a (surprise parly for his wife, v.'hoae birthday an,nlvers- ary it was, ot their home in Market street on Wednesday evening. Guests wore present from Green sbiing. Two tables of cardt were brought luto play. Refreshments wore serve-d Memorial for Mrs. Wobb. A memorial ear-vice was held for Mrs. Hectic Webb, who dlod recently, nt the rojrulai meeting of the Thames of Malta in tho Moos-o Hall ou Thurs- tlav ivigbt Twenty.Tonr PfnR. Twenty-} oar pins wwo awarded to Mri, Fiord. Hainan of Ocmnoll-KvWe, and Mrs. Mary Backus of Clalrton by ( loo Lodge oC the Ladles' Auxiliary to tho Brothaihood of Railway Trainmen at 1(5 meeting in the Odd FeUows Hall on Thursday afternoon. Young: People's Kally. On Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock tin- monthly meeting of the Young People's Council of this district will i t- held at the Y. M. C. A. H. J. Beall ot Market street H the superintend/eat ol the department. Juroiillo Music Club, Tho .hivonilo Mnsio Claib, of which Mrs Kim or Anderson and Mrs. l)avid Craig si.ro In cliarge, will meot at "the f'robytertan Church on Wednesday, r.inuary IS, al f o'clock. Trade Hoard Meets J«n. 16. Tho next meeting; of the Scottdale r.o,nd of TIM lo will bo held at the iniiriicirval 1/uihling ou Thursday evening, J a n u a r y 16, at ":!! o'clock. Tt is tpc|iic«t^d thiii nil inenilHrM »t tho b)n d plan to atlrnd. Dantrhtcr Corn. A daus'tter wa 1 * boi n fit the M-cino- i inl tlofpital at Mount Pleasant yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Walter ColTxrn of Browns-vlllo Mr. Oolborn Is a f5on of Mr. and Mrs. C. A Cotborn of North Scott dale Olhcr News. Mr. anl Mr*. B'red Columbus have tcturiied"to thlr home in Washington, U. C., after vi iltl'ig with Mrs. C'olum- bn.s' mother, Mrs. Joslah Kynolds, and M'l-s. Columbus' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. aud Mrs. George I lodges Rev. John C CTOVIO of the Chilstian Church was in I'ittsbiirg Thursday attending a Ikwrd of Mis-slons meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stauffer have rcturrc-d to C'tilctgo, after \iit!ng w i t h *5'elr parents Mr. and Mrtf. ('. W. Stainffor and Mr n n d Mrs freorgo Jiir- FIRST M. E. CHURCH South T»Ht*burg Street. Mev J). R. Graham, I), JU,, Min Istor, Sunday Evening 7:30 An Old Fashioned Service Old Hymns. Vino Music, Subject: 'A Pilgrim's Progress' L The Public Is Inyited. Mount Pleasant BEER FAILS TO MAKE APPEARANCE ON SHIP CARRYING DELEGATES By TiiUj.l i'jtsi. ABOARD S. S GEOKGK WASHINGTON, AT SEA, Jan. 11.--A near war A\as preclplliitecl on t h i s ono-tlmo "leaco fchip" w h e n ^vortl pabset] urouwl tbo l i n e r uu - flng t h e Amer- u-.ui Uplo-gatf 1 to t h p London naval parley thsst tho promiso of. iL'-perceut beer coukl not be tullllled. it had b»'tn ututorstood beer produced on bOiUd would be available today, but U \vtib Indleated an order had bcpu isui d pan f i l l i n g tha !»!ilt on t hi-, ( r : p T h t i s ' v p u s - e i i K P i n m a y t h c r o f o r e IKIVC Id U'S'irl to p r u a t t - stocks N K \ V \ D K K , .Km. 11 - No u i i l t r not to ht'l! bwei ou I tic lluorge Waslnagtuji llns t r i p ' ia( l bfeti isnued by tiia L'nited Stiil"^ 1 me:-, Josuph L' Sluedv, p r e s l d t t H . v,nd todav He OT)i d - . i i f d tiuit u ioueral o i a e i liad bppu ,-,-ui» I -oD-.i- i MUI a-jo not ro t^l! u 01, f iitUoiuid ^^''^a.Ke^ and tins order h a ? riv lior i unpi'd !" tiu Special to The Courier. MOUNT PL.15AHANT,' Jan. 11.-Thursday afternooa there \vae a meet- Ing at the new high school building ot the members oC th© school fcoard. Architect Russell G. Howard, members ot the contracting firm ol! Haggerty Smith and all fcub-ooiitra-ctorts and tho matter ot all business pertaining to the school building wa6 carefully gona over. Another meeting was held last even Ing to check on tho furnleblngs already putchaeed. It is felt at thte time tliat the high school gymnasium will not bo used until such time as the ImUding ia turned over. Boy Falls Down Steps. "Walter Sutty, live 5«ir6 old, o( Morewood street received lacerations about the, face and chewt when ho fell down the cellar stc po of hl« home with a milk bottle, early Thursday morning. The boy wa^v taken to the Memorial Hospital, ^-hero his injuries were dreseed. Four suiure« wer-e used on the chest and thre* on the forehead. Hospital Donation Day. Thursday, January 81, has been eet aeido as donation day for tho Memorial Hospital. It ti-a Teen airaiM?ed tho building may be inspected from '2 until 5 o'clock in th afternoon and in the evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. Donations of linens, provisions, or money will be reef ved. Tho donation day is eponaorcd ly the Hospital Aid Society. Officers Installed. On Wcdnceday n-eulng tho United Spanleh War Veti rane organization bold its m o n t h l y rnoetlng and installation of officers foi the eneuing yeur. Tho officers were installed by U. K. Dunmiro, K. C. V, liitp, H J. Weaver and J. A. Gaffnoy of rrccnsburc;. Tbc officers Installefl: Comtrtander, I'd ward Gibboney; senior rlcf-com- mander, Charles i ^ l a r k ; junior vice- commander, Benjamin G. Recdr; chaplain, Edward Ste cos; guard, P. J. McConvllle, arid li structor, James A. Stout Other 'eH8, Mrs. Dora Slonaoker \vho ba» been in the Memorial Hospital for sorno time, following an automobile accident, waa taken to the home of Mrs Cora, Curry, Untontown. Mre. Slon- acker Is etill v!rj weak, but ia Kol- ting alonj? nicely. Mrs. Lillian ! Ichor of Tureon, Ariz , ha« como l- mako her home ·nith Mr. and MJS. C. h Kpp-ntx 1 . M r r Klchcr w a s a forn ! cr rcflklont of thin plac". Tr-n ycarf ago ^ho wcnl to Tucson. Margaret J a n o Mornor, a d a u R h l o t of Dr. and Mr«. M \\ Hornor, will amoiiK tho Oberll i College who w i l l E.LHK os r Radio Station WTAM, Cleveland, thl« evening They will broadcast fron 10 u n t i l 11 o'clock. Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE, Jun 11--Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burnwortlt spent Thurfcday evening visiting friends in Duubar. Wiilllam "Wallace returned to Ohiopyle Friday afternoon after a several tfays' business trip to I J lttsburg. Tliomas Conn ol Uniontown was a pleasant business visitor in O h i o p j l e Friday morning Word was receli'cd Thursday that Judaon Wable, a t o r m e r resident ot Ohiopyle, underwent an operation for appendicitis and gallstones al a hospital in Johnstown. Mrs. H. J. Wbipk^y has gone to Uni o n t o w n lo visit her sister, Mrs Hacely Burke, and liter will r e t u r n to her home at MorganloTui, W. Va Edward Scarlett of M i l l Run n a n a callor in town 1'riday. M^rs. EUa Jo»fjti is bomewhai improved at this w r i t i n g . Eversoii KVERSON", Jan. 11.--Mlts Calherlno Kcknuin of Kveraou spent Wcdnetday ia Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs A l h r r t K i l i a n y of H o u t h Kverbon aro tho parcuto of twin boyft, born Uecombpr 10 There aro now four boys :\ncl one girl in the family. Both mother and ^oim aro getting along nicely. Mr and Mru. Edward A. Flora of Elizabeth City, N. C , ai-e receiving eougratulatloiib on the birth oi a «on at HIP Memoritil Ho.spltal at .Mon/it I'lp.icant on S i t n d u v n i o i u i n g M i s Flora -was fitruiei y Miu, \ l i » i i u . i !triui fit' I h i b |»laci Mrh A. K Flick 01' M u i k e i i . h t ' . t ' liUh r u l u i n o d to lui hutno iH'it; a f t e r ,i week in Plttblun t ; a« (lie Kuert oi n ifiid* l.ookintf lor Biinjains I It b-o read the a he-.tisiiiK l ol The !3i.ily Cotir «r tATEM LDSMOBILE- message of interest fo everuone ·~£ N, *Jr who expects fo,/y a car this yean AT THIS (TIME, when the public la accustomed JLA. to look for chanRCB In uotor car design, It is only natural that Old« |Mot * /Works ihonld )make an armounc«m«at coaccrnl .g both its policy and ita product* for the coming fear. Old* Motor Work» is pledged o a policy of progre»«--- n policy that promisen, in pa -t ... "Changes in d«- ·Igin solely for the ialte of | regress--ne-rrr for th« Rok« of change alone. 11 Thl* policy, fli It appll'ss to tl e two products of Glde Motor Works, Is briefly . . . ' . . . to give still greater value in the Oldsmobile the Fine Car of Low Price . . . . . . to prorld«, In the Vlklni;, R modem 90-leg»'e«, V-type Eight of high ijuallty »t medium prlc«. -W r/crtnin changen h*r«. be«n made In OldetnobllB le«ign. Thews change* ar« el tefly In the hody of the car, although advanremont* lave also been made hi th« ch«8«i{«. In e%cry case, thf change* tend to add t Olfbmobtla valut, -wllhowt affecting the funda- inentoJ design of the NattirRlIy, no ehnngea hare 1 een made in tJie great Viking Eight. TJbo Viking la a aew car--a thoroughly modern W° V-eight, incorpoj iting advancenaenta In V-eight design thet e«titblie i it «s one of the out- ntanding englnwsring achleTc nenta of recent yearn. Viking, as w^sll n« Oldsmohilf , represent* true prog- resa in modern motoring. Vil ing, us -well a« Oldnmo- hile, ia the rplcndid rcnutt of tn idiral--RK ideal that is exemplified by the foutfgr«;at responsibilities Olda Motor Works recognizes toward every Oldsmo- blle and Viking owner. The first of the»e responsibilities is to design progres- sively, utilizing the full reaourcea nt th« General f Motors Research Laboratories, the Pj-orlng Ground, and Fisher Body, a» veil as ita own broad facilities. The second ia to build faithfully . . . xnaJntaiaixi0 standard it of quality and workmanthip whidb nre b«st |«Kpre»s«d by the pledge erwry -irorker follows, "Anything short of nay best is not a wx'ptmble." And not content merely with designing imd building well, Olds Motor Works goes further, and pledges itself 'to sell honestly--representing ita products, in every detail and to every buyer, exacl ly an tliey are... and, iSnally, to serrlc* sincerely--niniiatulnlng aw interest in ev*ry aale far beyond the time of p«r~ chaoe, and joining with ita dealers ift carrying out the most equitable nerdce policy In existence today. While Olda Motor Works builds two ears, In two major price classes, each represents the most pro- gressive engineering thought, the fl-aeat manufac- turing practice, and the best value 11 ia pooaible to give. Each ia truly ". . . o car for tho American family that, at « moderate inv*»tment, gratifies their finer tastes as iccll a» sattefien \thei* \tvery need. 1 * Now is the time to see these car* and to eomjwra them with tho latest offerings of t a « imtomotirr industry. Make your own examination. VlKI NOUGHT l-,K!t'''A;'yrt-" Oldsmc^bile-Connellsville Co, 117 E. Apple Street, Connellsville, Pa. Congressman Indicted in Chicago Graft Case RftLLPwdng Dickerson Run Wires Under Gronnd The indictment not cauRlU Rep rcvHitnlive ht.m'oy f l . K u n z in Chtc.ipco when it was disclosed bo fore t h p (iraird J u r y that thr law maki r had accepted money to "f u DAWSON, Jan. 1 L--The P. Railroad Company Is placing p h o n e wires in the JJlcke-rsi yards under g i o u n d A gang liasy boon w o r k i n g on this the ) j Tint f o l l o w i n g coniiiiUtf'PH'hi ' a n U ' C - l c d to u r n u i K u for 11 h r n l h f j ' KOI l.il t'rii Hip ^ornci ' M i M l i o t l i U C l i n u l i , J a u u i u y S i Upfr.hhni(.'iiit, M i i n j JiiiiKu , Doc onitloii'i, Harold Lutu ' K u t c r t . i l i i i i u i i t 11 ud p i o g i . n Ham i'' SeiUei 'I'lio m e n i h t ' M ol t h e \Ve5 (illllll Ol tin I'l ( il)J t P l MM W f i e c i H r r l a i n i ' i l K i i d a v P V C Mi-. Ch.nld, ( , , i , i l if N o t t h i A f l c i |ho u i P P d i t s .1 l u n c h « a t I Mn, ('lia i-jus, Ga.il o tN'nrLU L. E. ill tele- n Run of men alt two ve been a "big nt I l i n visited her d a u g h t e r . Miss TerrBsa Gaa.1, a t tho Me-rry Hoapital. George 15 Johnson was A recent Pittsburg visitor. Mrs. George LivingMon was c d l l i n g on rlenda in East b i b s i t y Thurscliiy. n i n s l e i ( M u u c h i n u by n,iwson BUTE DRIBBLERS DOWN MONARCH IN CLOSE FLOOR GAME Tlie-i I g h t h giadv- luuk*teei b of H u l e canws through w i t h a :!-! to 18 t r i u m p h m e t tho Mon.irHi ilrlbblera yadbrdav .ifli'i-iuoon t/i u hard t'wigrlit gam« at t h o toimi-r'a e) rniiaalam Th« L \ \ o (.ombinatknia if former D u n l i i t r Towiujhip l l l e l i SL)UII floor ^liu- 1 - s h o w e d .t b i i l l i a n t totm through- o u t UH^ c l o ' - a l y ( o n t c s t i M l gaint.' lioth o u t f i t s tUushP-d n n i i u t i K h t delenbt! I'l on-i 1 r i u a r i p r , h o l f i i n g th" «'p|ifisi t l o n 18. ... Smith Fi iiic-'s The 11 n o - u p . Itul^- 22. L. Oldland .- F F. HoraiPll - -. J? R I/agarUi . - (' .P. f i l s i n o n d i ... ,. f! - - J Alnuisl . (! Subs-tiluttlou--Monarch, Field Koiil-.-!^ Oldl;i:i 1 iiip-ll M. R F.e'W.rth 'i, Km! h j, KI i^sl FOU'A--L. OlfllaiKl, 1 out of ^, F Ilormell, inl'aod 1, R. JbtMarth, m l w ^ P i 1; S O U i n o n d l . mlswd J; J. A l u u M misted 2, Smith, ti out of 5; Ki'uiosi misseil I ; Aiu'iMl, 1 out ol' i lert May Take Post in Cabinet r Hoi i t f f l ' I O - " H o , ing Unto MOIUIM ti by hec k ( j u a r t e i a Mall Veteran Report* SI1JXEY, -Nb , Jan K e n w o o d , j i i l o t on t h v ( e t L a « ' i ' in.nl i o u l p , w k i l l e d I . H i - K) 1 -! n i K l i i w n loll 111 ,1 l O K MX III Jfi t i d 11 C' buapo i- l y 'n n 1-1 1,11 'lun-li« Chej p o i t e d p l a i n * \Mrrmla A t t ' t u i i i R.imrt will TlMirwl.iv a t i e r noon .11 !p pi rived on i the M o n a r c h . ( lus^ificrt William N. vuo-presideiit of UK , J r .tinmen, )? narmci o-, a c n !if)-it'c to sufpppd v, oreinry of l.'ihor J a m c , J . Hiv,,, W ) m r u i r - t o n March 4. U has brr-n rot-orlM tlut Secretary Davis w-11 seok t) lal

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