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January 15, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY' lf, Mount Pleasant Banks Name Boards At Annual Meetings M'.n.rj PAGE SEVEN. \ For Morning Wear to The Courier.' MKKJiNT IM^AAVr, .Ur. :t5.-- The thro© banks yewtovduy Ci-ekl the a n n u a l olectfon -of directors, th-o -results I'Mrst National, (! cargo "W. Stone-r, .Joliu D. Hltoh'inan, Samuel N. Warden, \V. S. I,HMKr, M. W. Horner, .John A. Warden and .IHIDPS A. Cowan. f'Hlzenfi Savings (.-, Trust Company, .huuoB K. Mack. John I,. Ruth, John D. H l t c h r n a t i , W K. Smith, .foFvu A, Warden, JumoK A, 1'orch and James A, Cowan. I'eoplest National Bank, Jam-as S; Msv'ilt, John I. K u t h , James A. .Cowan, .John I). HiUihman, Thomas JU Jouoa line! W. R, Car p^iit 01-. Tlw First, N'ationa! and the Peoples wll! havo organization me-etlnga next Tiu-sdny. 'flip Citizen!! Savings T.rn»t w i l l meet today for organi/.n- t l O l i . Tht rlti'/t.'iis S a v i n g s .t Trust and th(: Kir st. N a t i o n a l BH.VO a d i n n e r lor tho Mi:'tkyr.s at tlm .National Houil yesterday. Surprise for .Miss Loltrhly. A vtry ·doHjcl'.Unl Hurr !?·» was tjlven at. · tlio Memorial HoiHiItal, in Miss Silvia rooms, for Mi -is Btlith bel-phly who ·will k'itv-o the hist ot the woek for I'lc/riila to spond ;Iie w i n t e r , Three Uibles of bridge wore b r o u g h t I n t o play. Refresh nt on t:s wero .served. ICtvch of tlie guests brought Mls« t / o l f f h t y a a iuall g i f t . Want. Hoail I'romiso Kept. Tho Good Ro:ul3 A s s o c i a t i o n hold a at tho borough b u i l d i n g last ,at whicli time it discussed Ui-o road! IxM.woo-n tho borough line and Iron. Bridge road whU;h the oosn- ml8:tloncra had promised to improve. Tho '0mm!wslonors' list of rotidtt Is out Tor this year and th-o road Is not mt'u- Honed. A ccvnilnltteo nuul« u p of Dr. .lohsi TA Biirkholdw, Dr. W. A. Marsh, John Tw. Uuth and W i l l i a m M. Over- boil was a p p o i n t e d to visit tlie coni- misiilonera and Icvam why they are not l i v i n g up to their promise. Your "Sow Route Sl^ns. Kour new signs to bt placed around tho moiui'tnent at Memorial square. Bible for High School. IMdgeport Lodge of P. O. of A. is b u y i n g for Ilamsiiy High School a R l b l o and a flag The [lag was chosen yesterday. Otl;er Nows. TIio I^diw' Aid Society o.f the r u t t e d nrethron C h u r c h held Us regu- l a r D i o n t h i l y tneeUng at the c h u r c h last oven Ing. Mrs. Pearl Xoss, vice-president, resigned. Ml s:-) Jean Marsh. oldeK-t daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W, A. .Marsh, lias taken a position as technician at the Memorial Hospital. M i s s K d i t h WurtJen, who has b(;eri ill for Mome Uine, Is s l o w l y liwprovin.ir. M.r. and Mr«. M o r t o n Bossart and c h i l d r e n l e f t .voaterdny for California t o spend t h e w i n t e r . GREGG PRESIDENT OF WESTMORELAND BAR ASSOCIATION By iEJf E. L18BETS *~Pl-]K correct thlnfr In morning; wear 1 for southern resorts I.-i pictured. It was worn by Miss Mai-jorl'a Far- raber at a charity fashion show. Tbo f ronk ia madn of black 'and white knit tweed In one-ple::a styling-, ·with broad sash posed at t h e normal line, Tsvo or IhrcB Inches he-low th« knees for morning- wear, and uneven homtlnca that hang 1 four or flve inches below the-knee at tho longest point, are favored by California women In wash dresses for ID30 summer woiir. accqrdiriff to a recent questionnaire. FIREMEN'S HEROIC WORK IS PRAISED , AT ANNUAL BANQUET U U W l . O N S B U a G , J a n . l."i-~-Mo of tin* WeslmorelaTHl J,;tw Association hold ttiolr antuto.1 moot ins y w t o r r t n y afternoon In tho law l i b r a r y room ;md oloctwl Attorne-y C u r t i e n. (iro^g prc«- Idotit ot tho body for 1!K!0. Tho fol- luwlnt; attorneys wcro eloctwl riiein- bora ot. tho cxocntiyo c o m m i t t e e : W. M. K t i h i i n o w i t z , Juznce Gregs a t i d C. I). C'opolaxul, Jr. Tho n o m i n a t i n g com- inltteo consisted, of A t t o r n o y M John N. Boucher, C. C. Walthoiir ami C. 11. .If arm an. D u r l n K t h o pn«t y o u r f o u r members of the law atiuocUitlun ilod, namely, H. Clay Beifitel, I I . V. KOtt-an. Jame« S. Moot'liead and John JO. K u t i k l o . Tho f o l l o w i n g y o u n g u t t o n u y s were n d i n l t - tett ae members of the siasioclution: Avra r . rorslsiiiK, Jr., Clarence W. Bock and Kobort M. Carwoti. Tho nilnutct) of «U tho t u o o t i i i f r i ; of tho pfi«t y e a r w-ere rcal and a p p r o v e d . O h u l n n u n (irejjtc read a n i l * t i b n i f t t o d a report to ( l i e asKoelation in which it was proposed to H h o r l o u tho h o u r s of oiu-h court tjfviMon. My a vote ot 21 to I'l, tho report, s i i K K « ' S t t i i g t h a t t h e .sos.sion ol" c o u r t w l i a l l begin a!. U r i i O iiutt closo a t 1U n o o n ; t h e n be.iriii at 1:00 and close at, -1 o'clock, waii p;u--t- t;d. Tho eub.)i;ct was H«cHHStxl Tjy u ' tiuiribor ol' a t t o r n e y s b.'foro the: vote was tUkcn. Negro Cadet Fails In West Poinit Tests; Another to Be Named \VKST I ' O I N T . N. V.. .:;ui. 1 I. Cad"t A l o n r x - f'arhaiii, C'liic-uvi', t l i o o n l y IK-SCO i.'iifk'l lit West I'ohit, was anioiipc t i l :.iriflt.s honorably dif.fhars-O'd t o d a y f r o m Mio t n l l i t a r y aca.IiMtiy for (to- C o n t i n u e d from T'ag- 1 -One. L a n d e r s save a moat I n t c r e s t i n g history ot the I n d i a n w a r f a r e in t'he southern part of t h e c o u n t r y , particularly In 1S12-ISH. Mo d e c l a r e d t h a t it was v i t a l t h a t person . h a v i n g a m i l i t a r y l a n d m a r k that. U i e y a r c in- t e r f s t o d In h a v i n g (Jtofilgnatod as a n a t i o n a l - s h r i n e .must pvsent t h e i r c l a i m a t h r o u g h the congressman in ilicir d i s t r i c t so that, the m a t t e r ' c a n bo regarded !u Congress a: an o J U c i a l task. Slate Senator H a r r y J. !.'A\ of. Daw- sou nrfiod a l l o r - f i a u l x a t i o i ; i, patriotic and civic:, lo Ret b e h i n d th-.- mov-fun-ont t o r - s t a b l l s l t ' a n d d e s i g n a t e 'he historical pUu-r;; l i t t l i t s vlclnitj;. as ahrinos. J i t f l K e J. W. Dins-Bon of t ' s n O r p h a n s C o u r t ,L'n\'i! a s h o r t t a l k . He entertained the a u d i e n c e with a n u m b e r of tUorie-s. · M!BS H e a l r i f i ! I t r o v v n l e r , soloist ot ( h o 1'lromen'K H a n d , renilcrod t w o K e l e c t i o n s . The b a n d , I I I K or tho direction ot H a r r y C. I'Uii-h, a r r a y e d in t h e n a t t y u n i f o r m s , (.'inert l i n e d w i t h sovorat uurulifi'Si. M. [!. 1'ryce, who serve' m a « t o r , p e r f o r m e d hi.s task i n t e r e s t Ing a n d a p p r o p r i a ^ L i k e n i n g t h o p r o g r a m i n s t a n c e s to t h a t of a r a d i o n i e i i t , lu k e p t t h e l a r g e (-' l a u g h t e r . M v . Prycc was pi "settled by Jesse A. C y p h e r , p r e s i d e n t ··f i h c N e w H a v e n Hose C o m p a n y . Amoni: (lie guesla w e r e : A l e x 11. J ) u n c a n . U n n h i v c o n t t ' o i l e r . · o n e - t i m e bail'! J o h n S. Luni;ley ami K. i ( lam!, c o u n t y c o m m i s s i o n e r : ; K. A u b r e y , s h e r i f f : J o h n J-.. a l d e r m a n a n d r u n n e r pid;; ( r a t e ; (.'. H. K e n n e l , c l e r k -j£ c o u r t s ; I!. L. tiers, Ira D. V o u u k i n , i H i u r l e w " F. W h i t e a s i d M. M. SwarUv.-t-i'.lfr, coun- c i l i n e n : JUiyor C. M c l ' o n i i i c k and H a r r y ,'!. SHeetx. member of the Hoard (X K d u c a t i o n ; ('. V. S aider, city c o n t r o l l e r ; 0. K. i M o K c i - s o n , . .city cierk; Miss Stiruli W u r d l e y . u s s i K t a n t city c k - r k ; I.)r. JO. A. McC.'omba, Boai'd of H e a l i l i ; (j. It. L i t n i a n , i . ' i i l o n t o w n fire c h i e f ; Lester y. )'(u'l'ickiow, K e i i i d U l \ V i i i t e r h a l t c r an 1 I'rank Kc-i'd, T r i - T o w n l'"ire I.)i. ; a r U i i o n t ; U a r r u l l \V. Htnilcy, p r o i i i o n o t u r y ; Peter 11. W e i m e r , ] ) r e s i d n i i t ol' Kiv v a n i H C l u b ; A. C, U r o w n , p r e n i d o n t of M i l t o n L. B i w h o p i'o»t of · ho A m o v - Icau L f - K l o n ; Thomas A . I a ; l e y , cuin- niandt'i- of W a l t e r K. U r . ' W i i f'osl, j V e t e r a n s of Koreign S\'ar:;;' C. H. [ A l c o n i , f o r m e r p r c s l t l c n l ol' Westcn'ii j I ' e n i i H y l v a i i i a J'ireiittji]'x A s s o c i a t i o n ; U i v . I^reil W i n e m a n , pa.slui of the as toasl-' in a most -! manner. several in- e n t e r t a i n - t t h e r i n g in , c o u n t y soloist ; McClel- 'rhomtis Wiilluoo, l i t - l i M i c y In, t h e i r studies. 1'ii.rha.ni wss iippolnto.! la.«.t . j G r e - e n w o u d -snimme-r C h n r u H ; NV. S. I'.tsUuuua, Episcopal po dnvaster; to \Ve.it I'oin! by UoiM'es-t'-ntative Do ; Jauu-s W a r d l e y , t'orint-r c o u n c i l m a n ; .Priest. I l l t n o l i « newro nv-mber of Con( - ; - K - F ' l t i k e r l o n , S m i t h C o j . n e l l s v i l l e H. At Uio namt" 1 t i n w lie anpointt-d a iiep.r m i d . - h i p m a n to A n n a p o l i s but th-o l a t t e r failod to pass hUs pliysicul o x a n i i i i u t i o n and \va..s (.'isehiirgtxl. A V A K R I X f i T O X J a n . M.-- Hepre- ·*i!tativo O.-ca.r DePrh.'-st. noprro con' . r e s f t m i u from llUn/jis, will appoint i n o t l i i - : ' nejtro to tho TiiMed Aoni'lwmy a t \V'rsl I'oint to v a c a n c y cro;Moc by the d i M if Alonxd I'arli.ttn f r o m t h o .', he nnnouticod ;oili.v. 1IO l!uitcr bursoss; LJ. II. H o r l o n and .lames II. S t r a w n , friends, who were- seated at t h e head t a b l e ; A n d r e w ,]. H o L t l e r , p r e s i d e n t o f t h e W e s t e r n P e n n s y l - vania Firemen's Assoitiu-lion, a n d u t l i - ! C-l'-H. | T h o s u m p t u o u s repu.'H W ; : H s e r v e d j by the l.jatlie.s Aid S o c i e t y oC the S t H l c - s j c l u l l ' t h J t e v . Fri.'d W i n e m a n , pi c h u r c h , o f f e r e d p r a y e r . Slurs Sniin'idinul . Y W O O M . rat., J u n . K i ' i i l i u i , .M.uic I ' l i ' V i i U . a m t a i l i u - U - l i c u t r i i ; . - , ii 1 .\cw Vorkiu' | XfCSS' V O K K , j . N e w m a n , r u h t i i i - t y f o u r o f li'i' n i M t i n i i hai'Ic to J l u l l y i v o o d ;i;!4 l i ) . trn t' d ;i y I'M- u t i i i \ , i i u u t i . L' U iiit:!ii ( U t c r b i i r l ; i - i n S o r . l h U i i i s f i i u - e l''ci l-.u-t i i i i ; M . r l y U.-UDI i u t \ V l s , i l l I!H Two ILntikeltj New Cars */ v I N T E N B O D Y TYPES, AND AT NC EXTRA COST, A WIDE VARIETY OF COLORS TO SUIT YOUR OWN GOOD TASTE, ... afine--fast--powerful Eight We, count this our greatest achievement. From front end to tail light it is a new design. In appearance and .. finish it is corrtmandingly beautiful. And in smoothness it surpasses anything we know. It outranks anything we have; ever done in design, performance or value, Tho readability and riding ease are not excelled by any car at any price. And the price at which it sells questions the wisdom of ever paying more for any car. Pric«8 and Details-- Lowest finance terma available Standard Length Chauu--dsach, fJOJO,' Gtupt, $1100; Standard Sedan, $1150; $1200; Phaeton, $1300; Statstdan, $'1335. Long Whttllx'te--S-pan. Touring Sedan, $1250; Brougham, $ 1295, 7-pats. Pbarion, $1500; 7-pats.Sedin^l650. Prices/.».). Detroit, Factory. Chtict qfivtj* varietf of atari. Tttn-'wur shitk a!3»rb«ri all isrtwe/. Radiator tkutteri--Starter tn daili --Eltaric gauft ftr pui »ad til^-tltctrahtk--'tire Ittk--'iuitlttih'uSit fltarm--glart-prnif naf--vitvi mirror ·--/$ light--Jhapffaritg rear witnteiu curtain, tirt ·uall on JtfiJi'i; extra tire ran, teggi* ·vjiitJihitfJ »pener hs 8 Borfy Typ««, and «t no extra coat, · i irM* ot colon to «ujt your iiedi vjdu* taate. even faster speed . . . with greater power . . . with quicker get-away , . . also challenges in good looks -- i n real values -- i n reliability and in price » . . Its challenge is distinctive and unusual in those fine qualities whicli owners prize most highly. In appearance it is a completely changed and modern car. The bodies arc longer, wider, lower. It challenges your interest with big car spaciousness and comfort. The motor |s larger and smoother. The performance range is notably increased. If gets quickly away at the stop, is strong on the hills and swift on the straightaway. You won't be content with any less comfortable or less good looking or less distinctive car. It is a thoroughbred automobile and it challenges your attention because of its price. Features That Challenge BtK/itT--GreaUr Ptwtr--Fatter Sfwcd--Added Eon-tiny, fflde choict afCelen tn Suit Yntr Oum Taste. New Art Body Dtiipu. Four Tun-way Vftek Abiorben. Radiator ShutUrt^ Electnfack, Starirr nt Dath, Eitciric Gaugt far ftul and Oil, $735 (ww/A KMuxli* Stiti $75O) -- Coach $765 -- Stanitarii ffJaa SS25 --· Touring Std]us $875-- Snughan $S9S~Sumtd a n $995. Prietif. «. \ Ditreit, fadtiy West Criawford Avenue Hudson-Essex Agency. Phone 196. Helpful Advice to Girls Another Royal Marriage in Rome? By ANNIE L A U R I E B HIAR A N N I E LAUHIB: I ajn In love tviiti a hoy two yeara my tienlor. SV* aj-« both tn high school, 1 love him dearly and he said he lov«s tno. A fmv days a/;o I mii'Ji a promise and had to Droak It, He haon't spoken to me alncti. One of tilfj friends told tne ho careil a lot for me ytit 1 bollov* 1 could regain his friendship If 1 bud y o u r u d v l c e , Would you go to him and get him to for- Ket H and mnke him another promise? BHOWN EYES A N D C U R K Y f l A I R . B ROWN ETB9 A N D - C U R L Y H A I R . If you fefel t h u t you owe your friend an apology, ivrlte him * fow l a c t f u l lines acknowk'tiR-- \t\K y o u r f a u l t . You can do no more antl ihe mini who would ntrt respond to thai would be a pretiy poor apw\- rnon But you are a schoolgirl and so why take t h i s a f f u l r so nerloiiHl.v, for In reiillty it Is but frirmtlnhlii, a* you yoursulf will realize when you are older au! wln«r. t jTilMPUKS: Tho young man e*r-' i .I/ latnly owisii you an apology toi the wciy he acted, oven If you sail ! lxs*fi a trifle m fault.. Whati he nnjii calls y o u , tell him t h a t you « «iy riuiol) h u r t ut hla conduut atid t h u : you woutd prefer fi word of upologv from ono whom you always cojiald- (Wed to Iff u K u n t l o m u n . nitbor than , a visit to the D KAR A.VNIB LA i am a gM in rny enrly leens and ! have a boy f r i e n d whom I love dearly arid I t h i n k he loves me lie asked me lo take u svnlk with him 1 said I would. We took a w a l U out In the c o u n t r y . I do not know what nuKle him mad. but he did littt TO a Ik homo with me. l-Je mx^c mo walk home by mysolf. I n the evonlns of the aarnfi day nc rivllncl ma up 'and afiked me If 1 wus 'mart.- I did not answer him. l i e wld., do you want to go to t h e show? W h a t would you h a v e don? nm1 If he r e n l l y luvea mo (lo you t h i n lilac would tr'?ut me hl* l h a t ? D I M I ' I . KB BAH A N N I B LAIJOUO: 1 a.m n g-lrl of seventeen, con- auiirK) q u i t e irood-looliliiK and di-CHS neiitly, but I'm noi popular With th* CppDMltt WPX. 'Phprrt'g one twy In purtleijlnr 1 am wry Intorostcd In. He SOC.K lo this earn* church 1 so to and J see him q u i t * of ton. He never «ui inuoti an loofcs at me. I don't try to vamp him like flomc frirlv h\u I jn.ii try to a:t t r m n n c r l y and lailyllkr. If 1 ask a.ny (r'rls to i n t r o d u o * n l m to mi« they Just burnt into l i u i K h t p r If you could only realize how H hurls rnp. If 1 irn u t a party no, on« tuiks me to n n n r o . 1 cstn diinoo. for ! have ink(n dancing IOSHOJIIS for two yours I j u s t sit around all o v o n l n g , Xo- OIIP iifffM's to take rne hoinn. Pleasp loll me how 1 can attract thin hoy's a.ltf!rillon H R O K KM- I-r KiA RTETJ 8OK. E RO1CKN · M K A H T E D S'JJfl- Vou must t h i n k first of nil how (o be popular t^f.th everyone and t h e n you w i l l f i n d It i n f i n i t e l y CBSIIT to ]ji; poruilrtr with one por-Bon. I am afri'.ld that you are too Bolf-conKcloua. Bo oni? o f ' t h o crowd) Kiugh, tie happy i even If you ans not feelirift '-hut way.' Culf.iVK.to u Dlf.-i.wnt, a y i u p i i t h f t l c -it- 1 tltude. he InierewttiKl In th" hotrhien'' arid H c t l v l t l O K of those w i t h whom you ire liroiifrlit I n t o c o n t u i - t . a t n l ycm w i l l soon r i n d yourself w i t h lut.« of f r i e n d s . 1'iuil you hfti'- n r r i w i l at thl.' sliiie foi'Boi ull t t b o u t tin; y i i u i l H f i i i i n . v! '' ilt of family. i-rn! a,-iyri h e r e \ v i l ! i his' ln 'I I c i n h i u i K h w ; : i :i vi.-'iinr Boris III, K i n g of Bulgaria, nnd Princess CiiovAiinu of Uitly may bring . a union of E u r o p e a n royalty again this year. Boris had an audience with H i s ' H o l i n e s s Pope Pius XI, thus revlvuipr rumors that he is seeking the hand in msirriiigQ of Princess Giovanna. The difficulty in the way of the match ia a ditTcrerice in .religion between the two. Boris, by tho constitution of Bulgaria, must belong to the Orthodox Crack C!tur:h, while the Princess is of the Roman Ca;.holit: Oh-irch. Thus far it has been impossible for Boris to obtain the necessary dispensation from the I'ontiir for the nuptials. A solution which has been considered is that the Princess retain her icligion and bring up her children as Catholics, except her first-born, who would be reared in tlte Orthodox Greek religion in order to succeed Jloris on the Uuliravian throne. Jn T n e t i ROSIJHJS ' o l u t u : ) . - { : ';ii.roinlT.ii those who brtver; lea. ''Ll.'K.N'CI';, J a n . 15-- Tin; Otli| -'J-'^s I'Y-lluVid tuid H t ' b u k u h H ot C u i t t l u e l i c . i ! al ^' :u · · , w i l l c e l e b r a t e T i i u m u s \ V i l d i - y I l . i v I n . "·· "· i-'i!biuiRli o f J o h n s o n C h : - i p f l ' t h e luily.s rouim- t o n i g h t . A l i n t - prow ' ;l; h o n ; y i - s U - r d a y mi hiis \v;iy to gnnn h;i,s IxM'ii a r r a n g e d . ' U l i i o p y h - w h e r e hi- ]·· w o r k i n g . Mi.-;. H o o k e r M e i n i m u . e h i r M a r k U ; - . : 'Mr. a m i Air.}. J o h n L y n c h ;u;d t r i i i wn.i s b r t p p i n i : J U K I v i ^ i l i i u f I ' H - i . d s ! ' N e h l o r , .Vi;iry. wr-rt' r r c u n t v V | ; u r in I m v r i yif.!clv!i!y. : n ' i ! ! ] f r i r r , i f . 111 : Oii i i H I i - v l l j f ' . | lli'Mti.-in Frlnk lin? return"'] tn lilu -- j « o : - k in W n s l i i n c t n n , IX C.. o f t s r n | Uflft our "want" a.rlverlIs-cmiMtt. · T h e s e w o r k c i r s i n i j a r r n c n t factories at C l e v e l a n d , O h i o , arc-; arnony the '1,000 to 6,000 who w a l k e d out an 5 general strike called following a mass meeting. The strikers dc m a u d t h u a b o l i t i o n o f alleged -s\veal-s!iop c o n r l i t i n i v s and there is alo agitiation ::or a fjive-da^; week.

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