The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 17, 1930 · Page 11
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January 17, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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Second Part Page s 1 1 to 20 VOL. 28, NO. 57, CONNELLSVILLB, PA., FRIDAY EVENING, JA SfUART 17, 1930. TWENTY PAGES. PATRONS DAY WILL BE OBSERVED FEB. 21 IN COUNTY SCHOOLS Announcement of Date and Plans for Bay Mud« ly Supt. J. S. Carroll. GENERAL PUBLIC IS INVITED Fatrone' Day In tho Schools of Fayettc county undor the supervision oE County Superintendent J. S. Carroll of Buubar will ho obaervcd Friday, February 2. Tho following announcement appears in tho Fayotte School J u r n a l : "Friday, February 21, 1930, ie the day set apart for tho purpose of visiting the public schools of the- county, and this day of general visitation la known as Patrons' Day, For more than a dozen years the j;°ncral public 1ms boon invited by the teachers and pupile to vitilt the schools on this flay. In «oine districts It has. been irnpoe- «iblv» to interest very many people, but in. rtuiny sections of the county Inindredo of people have turned out to see (he work done by f.heir children. "In ovory echool dietrcit may he found nt least a few people who are not Interested la the success of the Kchools. But In many districts almost nil aro interested. How to secure the interest of all the people te a problem not. eney to solve. When .all the ^.people aro anxious for their children to get tho greatest good from the public echoo'.ti tho toucher's millennium vvlli Tei;lt-:. But c.o long as people are w i l l i n g that their children ehall grow up Sn ignoranco and Idleness the. work of tho t e a c h e r w i l l be f u l l of t r i b u l a - t i o n . "Let not your hearts he troubled. M a n y things still exist to vex UK, hut (.ho ciiuiie of education IK R a i n i n g mar- volously, and the outlook is brighter t h a n evor before. So let ne take courage, invite tho people to vtelt the schools, and when 1'atrone' Day is over we shall doubtless have reasons to rejoice because of Its success. ".If tl)lnK« are not In order about i l i e grounds and buildings, let them bo p u t in order at once. Somo leach- ore keep their rooms BO well, a n d h a v e t h e i r children so well trained, i b u t t h e y ni'o ready for visitors ut all limes. These teachers n-re n o v o r worried w h « n visitor« arc to come, for t h o y know that their work cannot f a i l to please. " I t is tlin purpose oi Patrons' Day World PeaJjc On Eve of War Parley, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, veteran leader of women's causes, was chosen to preside over tho confer- once on the cause and cure of war which was opened in the National Capital on Tuesday, Jan. 14th. Mrs. Catt thinks that.worM peace will be obtained within a hundred years and that the present naval reduction parley at London is an important step to that end. (Intirnatlonal Ftw»r*el) l o iitlcri. v «t t h o pe-oplij'in tho educa- t i o n of nil children rather than to p r o v i d e m i r t h f u l e n t e r t a i n m e n t . If the p u p i l . - k n o w their work well, behave wt I I . a n d re-cite woll, tho teacher will r'o: (.nly be prai«el for lior work, but rihc- \ \ i l l be loved by all t h e people of her school district. " H a r e w a i l s , untidy school rooms, noisy iiupilts and d u l l recitations w o u l d blight the- hopes; of l.ho tcacli- i!|-'si iina.T(«t friends. Hut let UK lio]e ilia! t h r u ; c o n d i t i o n s have- been rem- e d i e d long ago. and t h a t every school in I lie. uwuly ehall intiko u splendid s h o w i n g , and that every teacher may receive due praise for f a i t h f u l n e s s and e f f i c i e n c y in her work. " D u r i n g the forenoon and the early part, of the afternoon regular class | woi-U s h o u l d he conduct.ei.1. It would j lie woll r.o clot;e w i t h a brief .Lincoln- I \ Y a . s l i i n s t o n program. Thta would I ! o u h t l r s ' i be the means of creating i -tron.^ Intercrit in the occasion and a t ! i he- pa m e t i m e make a w o r t h w h i l e · i . o n l i - l b u i i o n to patriotism." j I Argentine Parrots Were Not Infected, I t y l r i i i t c d Pros... j HL'KXOS A1UBH, Jan. 37--No b i r d s ] v-'xainined by o v e r n m e n t bacteriolog-j ists l n r i u g t h e p a r r o t disease B c a r o ) heri- last a i u u m n were- found to be i Milt'ci'lug f r o m p s i t t a c o t - m , it was s t a t e d here today. C h a i r m a n Sordelll of tlio Argentine I n s t i t u t e Btiiil when wa« reported in Buenos Aires til-.- institute held postmortetua on eevcral parrots thought to have the- disease, ihi results, Dr. Sordelli said, """"··H n e g a t i v e . FRANKLIN CLUB TO ATTEND STATE PRODUCTS SHOW Special to The Courie . UN1ONTOWN, Jan. 17.--Transport a t i o n certificates to the State Farm Products Show in H n r r i s b u r c January 21-2-1 are now procurable at tho office of County Farm Agent C. D. Uibe! in the now county building. A number have a l r e a d y been distributed but there are still a sufficient number to accommodate all who desire to a t t e n d . The cerliflc itos provide for f u l l fare to Harrislmrg and half fare on tho return t r i p , Fayette c o u n t y will be rejiresonled in the show by tho Franklin t!ee Club, w h i c h is sending between I", and 18 pounds of honey let Harrlsburs. Thus far certificates hn ve been issued to Herbert Gans, Gaits Station; H a r o l d Arnold and Clyde B r a w n , V»,ii- d e r b i i t ; W. Fl. D u n n , Smock; Alva Daugherty, Uuiontown; F. R. Fry, Scottdale;' Isaiah Cover, Ma tontown, and William Phillips, U n i o n t n w n . it is expected t h a t 1,000 boys and girls w i l l attend the show f r o m various sections of the State. A feature w i l l bu a special meeting, of y o u n g farmers Wednesday n i g h t 'in Fahno- stock Hall. Tho show is in cliargu»of Deputy Secretary o£ Agriculture II. O. Bressler. a*RNN.SVIIJ,IC. Jan. 17 -- Ur. and ;\irs. ,1. M. Hiilt'liill wore d o w n at V u u . l o r b i i t last Satuixiuy evening nt- l e n d i i i K u party at tho iiiuue of Mrs. Kouiciu :-ihil!eubcrg(!r. " T h e evening was s p o u t In games and music. A fine l u n c h wit.s jserved. rilago* Jh»a« is very ill w i t h tin infection of tho .stomach, i i o Is t-on- lineil to l.in bed. .Mrs;. ,|.|uiii b r a w n c r i.s s p e n d i n g n i ' w r a l ^v^'l^kf.· '.s'ilh 1 t i t x e l w o o t l . Pa.. SCHACHT'S OPPONENTS ARE MORE VIGOROUS AT HOME THAN IN FRANCE;' By U n i t e d Press. j B12KMN, .kin. 17--Pollticu; oipon- j ents of Dr. Iljahnar Bcliact, particu-1 larly among the German tb legation i to tho Hague, are planning 10 d r a f t ' lawn effectively ousting him from p r o s - 1 idoncy of tho Heichabunk, acwrdln/; t o ! tho Deutsche Allegcmeine Z e i t u n g . j C o n t e m p l a t i n g w h a t the n e w s p a p e r j calls "revenge on Schncht" for hiss an- taR()in«tic a l t i t u d e t o w a r d s Ui- Young I'lan an-d the cabinet, it is ctainie-d the Government will introduce a now bank .statute in the lloiclictag to obtain a greater hold o n t h u d i r e c t o r a t e a n d , t h r o u g h tho d i r e c t o r a t e , on the 'president, i 1'AHIS, Jan. 17--Tho Germ-in Government's rebuff to J l j a l m a r Hehacht, i president of tho Kelciisbank, and He refu«al to nccopt his attitude on reparations and the- Y o u n g Plan, appear to have set at rest French f-ars regarding the "alarming"' trend of Uer- many'e internal politics. Germany's acceptance of tho tlous clause, it is believed, w i l l up the movement looking to Pranco- German rapprochement--the oud so much desired by K d o u a r d Hen-lot and his followers in the French Cnumber. san c- I ' n u l O ' l J o n n c K w h o « ;ii- operated on for K\:\m: ( r o u b l e a: tin; C o i i n e t l s v i l l o Stnu* U o ' . p H u i W.IK u l . l i - |.i r e t u r n 10 fiouu 1 !:-'if T I H M ! U V . M r s . A. t'. K i t i is fci]t!ij,llll!j n few . \ i y 1 h i ; wct-k ;it T u r t i i ' t ' r t e U , v i s i t i:ii; at 1111 lionn- of Uor d a u t i i i i o r . .\!iv. . ' i t S l l l ' t ! I f i ' l C O . OT! rtii-'o M « r r i - o n . yoiu.j; l i - . u m ' i ' o r of A i r . r i h d -Mi;. Opal M o r i ' i s o t l Uac ;IIM n[' ,\[f. and I l l ' s !c-.Mi s t l f i?. 41'l.tins bi't- a i i - . j . K i t s ; I ' M l ! i l : i » : - v. f r - i i i K ; w i · ; . i b.cl i'"'i' JLVIVO m-»*y -- rotwi th-j DONNIE SINGS NURSERY SONGS; TO SEE MOTHER XKW CASTLE, Jan. 17.--P'our-yoar old D u n n i o Schroedcr i-omped about his quiirtcrs horo reciting iiureory rhymes and obligingly accepting coins for his already bulging: child';; bank, lie U; going to uoou see bin mother, tho blond b a n d i t , I r e n e Schrocdor, ho has been f o l d . "Would.- you l i k e to Met 1 y o u r niothor?" tho yoiuiKsli'r wu« a Iced. "Hot ([UK, hot dog." Iio rupl'.cd. " l l c i - i f , Donnio, iri some :noiu!y," l.'ounly {.'oniniisaiouei- M c ( ' a a M . t d l i i n t ; i' d i m u f r o m his iiad (ift't'i'inK it to ilio boy. "Kri.'f;h lirih, f r o s h lish," lloi. p l i i - J u-.j lie- jumped Lil)out. " W h a t tlo you moan by t h a t , u n - n ' t you soiug to (also Lln tin 1 (.oiuiuissioner insisted. Dounio h a s t i l y gra::pei t h r ilii.no, c t a r t l t i K i n t o miothcM- room. Uo re- i n r n n f l in ;i imimout w i t h tho · oin 'il- r r - n i i y i n ! ' . b a n k , i i l i a k i n g il vi.iior- t ' J ) y . L'SO oar i-laoflifiuil arivortisQi..' en1f». Octagon Soap, 10 for 57c Pels Naptha Soap, 10 for 5Sc P. G. Soap, 10 Cor ....42c Ivory Soap, 10 for ~....69e Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 for 25c Oxyclol, 3 packages 25c Start today to buy the Penn Store way. Join the .many thrifty people who come from miles around to buy their groceries at wholesale. If you want to save bring your or der5 to the Penn Stores--Lowest Price Grocery Stores. Ik 2 cans GUTTER ' " ^^ Csmpbelfs Baked Beans National Bulter Wafers, can 33c La PREMIATA MACARONI, !b. 10c LOOSE-COCOANUT, POUND 25c PEANUT BUTTER, Pound 19c TOILET PAPER, 8 Large Rolfs 25c California !x !l CONTRIHUTOBS TO MILL TO HAVE NAMES riUjVTED 0.\ 1'HOTO ltAC.K{UlOUiNI) The names of the contributors will be p r i n t e d on tho. KtoniM , trees' and other background on a p i c t u r e of the old grist m i l l in Perry t o w n s h i p , once owue-d and operated by General George Washington. This p i c t u r e will be re-produced in tho February Issuo of tho Millers He-view, spoiwor of the campaign to preserve 1,'ie landmark. This, i n f o r m a t i o n was contained lu a communication received today by Howard Adtuue of Perryopolia, f u n d custodian, from (lie bustiies mann.gor of the mu.gay.inc at Atlanta. A b e a u t i f u l pliotograph of the old mill has been secured md it. was said that the- p i c t u r e c o n t a i n s a b c n t i t i f u l b a c k g r o u n d . On t h e stones, treeri ami otiior Hem* in thu b a c k g r o u n d w i l l be inscribed the naniey of t h e donors. C L A U K S H U H t : , NV. Va.. .Jan. 17.-More t h a n -lull e m p l o y e s ')!' t h e I-!o|ic . N a t u r a l (!;!.·; C'oin-pany, reiii'ev.eiuing' H7 counties of \Ve.-t V i r g l n i u a n d Ohio, ntleutle-il ii t e - s t i n ; - n i a l d i n n e r here hist ' n i g h t in h o n o r i:t' J o h n 1!. Corrin of : Uitts.biirg, vice-p^-e.sident, u p o n h i s i of -l ! ) y e a r s c o i H i u i u n i s ! Confluence UT HarsJi'iiis T Head Iho a d v t ' f t l j c - u i o . - i t s lu aily Courlar. T h e charred ^yertcnc-e of f ^ e Fa!: child airplane in which the tfodie.n of W i l l i a m K rkpatriolt and D a n i p l M a r r a . test pilo'ln, were I'oi nd burned no- rond re«C(jnition. Tha iwo fliers -.ad been rniss- ins f o u r days a f t e r , t a k i n g off J ·"»' c- "-.-~ : -- dale, K, Y., on a test flight It Is believed th« pilots wcra attempting to land during- a heavy fog whan they crashed i n t o a troa, which th«m and stt. fir« to tha plane. CONFLUENCE, Jan. 17--After quite a period of real nice warm Tvea»th-er for tliis time of year winter weather cairn; again yesterday morning' with, a enow fitorm. Joe 111igg of near Nicolay wu.s in town yesterday transacting business. Edgar Heed left yes tar day for a bue- inc«e visit to Fort Hill. H. Green of Komurllcld was iu town y c s l o i x l a y K'-cctiiif; J'rieudti. At a rt'oent. S u n d a y .School board m o o t i n g of t h e ,Mc!lbodiul Kpiscopal C h u r c l i bcru- t i l l the old officers wer? rc'-c'loeted for l l m t ' U H u J i i B year, in- 1'. K. V i n c e n t . · uuiierh'ileiident, J. }j, c - l u d i n i ; I'. K. Vinut'iil., a u y u r h i t e i i d f i u i ; J . ij. U u r n w o r t h , ussi.-stant s u p e r l n l e i i d u n l . .Minn SU;lii l l e i i t b a u g h lurt ytylo.r- day for a v l n l t . t^i .Sotnoriiet. A l b e r t I J r u w u has rolurued to !HH w o r k ut I'ltl/jbui-K a f t e r a v i s i t hoiv w l i l i h U i i u r o i t H , Mr. t,nd Airs. J u m t ^ H r u w u . .1. (', (!.lii!'! oT McKechijxM-i, wn? a bin-;iiiOii.s v u i i l o r hcrii yowttM-diiy. Mr, and Mrs. Carl D r o w n h;ive ret n r i K M i to t h e i r h o m o in l)aw:-.ou a f t e r a v i s i t wiiii rrJeude hore. One'» Own Y o u t h Tlin t'io«l \vuv lo ; i « t v i t i H - i ' in is to rsnierober cue's \Voman's Floiao Co

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