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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, January 18, 1930
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PAGE TWO. TffJS DAIXvT CaUKlKJK, CONIYEI/UHVI1.LIS, FA, SATURDAY, JANUA'RT 18, 1930. F'ayette County W.C.T.U, Observes The 10th Anniversary of Prohibition Tho te-nth ai nivo-rsary of national jirohlbll/oii \\ai appropriately observed wttli an all-day meeting Friday by the fay-etto C'o mty"'Woman's ChrlsUun Tom7ernnco Union, The sessions were hold in tho Af-bnry Methodist Episcopal Church oi 1 Unlontown and were CtK»m''Ml by uilly 1'50 women, representing twelve ot th-e, fourteen unions. ,, Tho ElIzalKth Sturgeon. Unlou, of which Mrs. fl. H. Harwell is president, was hosless. Tho outstanding ov-ent of the day wus a victory luncheon served shortly after noon in the- dining r,xm ot 'tho church. At this time- Homo of the most foremost addresses of !ho day wore given. The meeting was marked by interest and ortthtitlaani. Tho morning sos- slon convoTiei! at 10:30 o'clock with the- coun-ty r-resirtent, Mrs. Asia B. DUIhier of U.nlontown, In charge. Rftv. Kadlec of Belle Vo-rnon led tho d*- votlonals, Tho roll call follow-oft and in response tho president of each tin- Ion or hor representative gave a brief report of Hu activities of hor district, Thos* 1 responding w-ere Mrs. draco Pop* of the 'Connellsvillc. W. C. T. IT., Mr.s. B S. Swartzwelder of tho Rhorta Dunn W. C. T. U., Mrs. Ella Bryson of LaurcJ Hill, Mrs. Folioia Krcpps oC Mill Run, MrH. G. B, Rolnvrts of Vanrteirbile, Mrs. Ira Blair of Porry- opojin, MrH. Mitchell of Be-llo Vornon, M .. Lena West of Masontown, Mi's. Bitzer o£ l^iyette City and Mrs. Uur- wel! of Un.lontown. Under tho direction of Mrs. L/uce, a state director, a-sketch, "What Prohibition Means," was given- "Luncheon was then served. "Law Enforcement as a Community As.sot," was fhc- Buh'ject of ,an address Kiven by Rev. Dr. K. A. Hodil of Un- lontown. Hoyrese-n'tlng the attorneys, K. T. Chamberlain, was the nc-xt HK subject was "How 10 Law Enforcement." T .tev. Burr R. MeKnight of Unlonfown apoke on "Lnw Observance from the Mechanic's Standpoint." An address wn« Riven by Rev. ,T. C. Clark of Union- tovvn, who those as Ms eiib-j-eot, "Ten Years in Rev-low: Tho Benefits of Prohibition." Mrs F. Saserholm of Unlontown Jod In group sinking. Several vocal uplos wore also contributed, Speaker!! at tho afternoon seaskm wiM-o Rev. Virgin C'. FInnell, national school JwHnrer for "tho Anti-Tobacco league of America, Mrs. Bessie Van- K-cyoc, supOi'iiiteud-eMit of tho McCriun TrivhihiR S( hooi of Unkmtov.'ii; Mrs. .Samuel Johnson of Laurel Hill, MVS. Ira Blair of PorryoDolirf, Miss Mar- gnro-t Fox and Miso Margaret DM- more. Tho f i n a l number of ,Uio attcrnooti was an amusing sketch presented by M-.M Myort, Mrs. Louvon, Mrs. S'prouH mi i .Mrs. Jlowitt and Mrs llam-or. Mr.-. Mabel St-cisrhtor of Conne-lls\Hlo tailed attention "to the Union Sicnnls and asked oil mom hers to subscribe, V. tt. CU'li HKKTS VITH MISS P K A J I L K KOin'S«N Miss Pciii'Ie Robinson Miterla'lned the I ( \ J I . C ' n b last night at hw.homo in the W e a l j y A p a r t n i u n t H . Two tablus of players parUcipsvtod 1n flvo luin- drod. Hi«!i prize was won by Mrs. ,f. B. K l i n e a lid Kccond by Mrs. G. \V. Kcft'er. Th 4 Kuest priBp' was given to Miss Nan Patterson. Following the games tho hostess served a salmagundi l u n c h . Mrs. II. D. Minerd will entertain tin* club Thursday n i g h t , January 151', .U her homo In West Green street. ©- 1 CI,U« WILL J I O X ' K MUS. A. K. I I E R / B K K G The (!l;ui-U-Kmi) C l u b will give a chicken and wai'Hu dinner. Tuesday nitwit, J a n u a r y 21, at 7 o'clock at the W. K. Hm bungh home, near PeutiK- villo, in ln-nor of Mrs. A. 10. Horzberg ot St. Louis!, who is vl.-ii,ting ut tho home of her father, Victor Wldmor oi' West Gibson avenue, Mia. ilerzberg, w h o will bo remembered aa Mist) -ElsU) Wldmor, v/as a mombot of the c l u b residing herg. Covers at the w i l l be laid for nicrabors aud t fiends tit tho club. SOl'TH C O - \ \ K L L S V I i , L K FJHKJIKS G I V E PAHT1' Ten tables were called into play for (jve h u n d r e d at u U-ellghttul benefit card party given last nigkt at the Kiiy- di»r atort loom by the South Connt'Ils- ville Fire Department. High prlzuti were a w a i d e d to Miss Catherine Lape aud W. H Helms; second, Mi's. William OvitM es and T»lrB, Charles Shoor- lug. The door prize was ^on by Wil- 1'am Grouse, Jr. The pirty was' tho Jlrst of a aeries of tout. Lunch was served by wives, of tho firemen. Tho second of the series will be held Friday n glu, J a n u a r y 31. Ouminl Class Will licet. The Ouw.u-d Class ot tho First Meihothst Protestant Church will meet Tue-Kkiy n i g h t at t!io homo of ,Mis. .Tamos I'einh, South Pittburg street. (·'crinan Hoiii'iii'liil 1'iilon, l'H( i f i M i l a r m c e u u g ot the German Ji'.'iu iii iil l . n i o u \ \ i l l bt held Monday f v i M u i i K ui Odd F e l l o w s Tom'ple. At l .· t li xo nt the buniiu-bs met tiiif; · ' i i i . \ \ . l l bo cardb. MimbiTs and **»v.t,.'. i a S"or\v»rd {.'"jixi, Tuesday. The Fi rwarcl Ctuatt of tlirt Oreuu- wooil M e i h o i l l s t Kplsc«t.i! Church w i l l iru^'l at f l i t ? iiume of Mrs. C. 11. \V\\- lt.i:n( of South K i g h t h atreet on Tne.s- (l.iy es'i-u UB. 1'lunsj w i l l bt made for t!u» ( lili K u s u p p e r to lo ^rlvta Ijy t h u BIRTHDAY PAIITY FOR AIIT11UK I 1 . Mr. arid ATrs. V illhun P. Phuntclc were- liowt and ho* ess at a children's party of dainty appointments last nlglU at their hom l at Popular Grove In honor of the annlvorsary of the binth of thedv son, Arthur F. Plum- tek. Oatnea wcr-o the amusem-ente of tho ovejitng. PHzt s- were aAyardec! to Ittchard Rosondtile and Rnssell liroolre. Each of A i thu-r's littlo frloiulte present-ed him with an attractive gift. Rofrei'hm'Cnts \y«io served by Mrs. PhutHek, assisted by Ml.«s Mildred Rowo. There, wo-s a birthday cako ornamonited w i t h ix caudles?* Guests w-ero Bnc;en.o Shearer,, RKS- ssil and Dnrrell Urooks, Hairy sincl FrankHn Dennis, Paul 'Bargor, Ua .Taii-e and Kenneth Long, Kenneth Ket- £er, Ilonry and Elmer Bwiklron, John Hartz. KJchard llosondalo, Samuel, Charles and' Bobby Ro-wc, Ohiarl«v Ilodgro and Elinoi Phuntck, s.lter of Arthur. MKS. COLLINS 1 XTKll'TATVS OTTKUBEIN (JIJ1LI) The regular monthly bualnebH meeting of the Ot'erbein Guild of the' First United Brethren. Church was held last evening In the home of Mr i. Vcula Collins, Washington avenue. About thirty members were present. Devotjonals wore in charge- o£ Miss Tholma llamman j A reading, "Joy," wiia fiivcn by Mis ; \Hllaabeth Gorsuch. A report of a n adlng contest was submitted. The piisslou study, "When Knighthood Was in Flower," WHS given, 'by Miss Dorothy Kern. After the business sess on a delicious lunch was served by she hostesses, Mrs. Venla Collin, Mi is Helen H u t b Henry and M!JS The! ma Ha CLASS WEETR WITH AI.JfA 15. MELLINfiER The Sunshine Class of the First Mr-thodist KpiseoiKil Church met last riipht at the hotne of tho president, Anna Belle Meilhiger, South' street. Devoliona s were conducted by Mrirjorie Vox. After the business meeting- the girth played games. Readings by Marjori" Pox and V i r g i n i a Cunningham and a piano solo by Juno Galley were p ijoyccl. Lunch was served by Mrs. jMelllijgor. Mrs. II. F. Tompkins is thr class teacher. Tho ·will be ueld at the KOJ. . February m r o l i n homo of Marjori - I'ULTUKK CLV1'. \ V O M E N W I L L O B S E J S V K BUOWarXG D A Y A most 'at!raet ive program has been arranged for th aomi-iiionthly meeting of the Woniun'b C u l t u r e C l u b Monday afternoon in tho club rooniH lit tho Carnegk Kroe Library. Mrs. Max Rackoff is 1 wider and Mrs. Ura Kugleka will a I'tiugo music Cor the occasion. Tho program / nrowniug," Mrn nets, Mrs. Uuisx Barrett A. I. Daniels; son- P. KcUor, Mrs. Olgu Brown, Mrs, B. L. Derg. Mrs. East ['mi I lii I* sin-ail. »lll( d Alls. Kostltfsi iwo big. M, bcl Lambie I PLANS Y A L K X l ' I i S E D A Y B, The JJusy Tw -lv« Club was f u l l y e n t u r t a i n i d last night by C. A. M a r i e t t a at her homo in Crawford aveni.o. Twelvo menibern wore preseut. runcywork was tho di- veision. Tho d aw prize waa won by Mrs. K L,. Frjo. Tho c l u b planned for a banquet to be hold Friday niRht, Febiuary It. The appointments will bo In keeping with Valentine Day. Mrb. Marietta t rveU luach. P. U. CLUit -TIIIKTS WITJf JlltS. SJIIPPY Tho P. C f , CMub met last^r.igh. in ,tho hoitu, of 'Irs. Nellie S f hi/ppj of M o r t o n avenue. Tho now ofllcors took charge ot tlio ineijting. They are: MIKS Amy liooi prt-bideiit; Mrs. N o l l i u Kiko, vice-pro,'- I d e n l ; secretary aiitl treasurer, Mrs Kdiui Ilobbins. Tho r e t i r i n g president Is Mrs. Kstolla Bloom. MitKic and other amusements we-ru arranged for iho enterUunrnent of the membe-s. Plans \vero 1 r i a d u 1 lor a valentine exchange to be held iu connection with the next regular mooting FrnU\ night, February 7, in the homo of .Miss Amy Boor, South lOigluh street. Lunch,was. served by, Mrs. yiiippy, ftirs. Ailrcd llinclloy and Mrs. D. U. Fi 'tis. W, *C. T. U. W I L L IfOM) VHJTORY SKKVICE Tho Council .villiJ W. C. T. U. will hold a victor;, service Sunday night at the United C'reabytoriaii C h u r c h in obbervance of the tenth auulvorsary ot lUitJonal prohibition. All members arc asked to meet at the church at t:15 o'clock. MISS LttYEHMJ .tllLXEli HOSTESS TO J. «. I. CLUB Misa LaVer le Miller entertained the mombora -f tho J. B. I, Club UiBt niKiit tit her 1 omo at Soutli CoiuiellH- ville. ThirtO' n niernboi'ii and 0110 guust, Mrs. Naomi Jloiwnkcr, wore prossunt. A t t c i iho builnebii niootini? tho evening was hpiiiu nt fuucywork, m u s i c ttiwi «i'ds. AIr«, A. J. .Fa.'iieK wis givon the u l t e n d a n c u prl/o, w h i c h \\Mtt donated -ly t l i o iio«tt'fiii, Lunoii \sjti berved in a lalei h o u c by the hosttus, Tin next m o o t i n g will bo hold in the he mo of Mrs. R a l p h Duvid- BOH ot South ('oniiullavlllo, Friday uvo-. :u. Hhodii Dium Vf. C. T. [', Hliorta Dun i W, C, T, U, will m«tit Monthly nigli fit t h f luinisj of Mrs. C. L. H u r l v b j of T t u t t u i ' . A good at- te!idani't i j t i ^ i r e i l A re-purl ut tli« couulj t i u n u u held F n d a j in Union- t o w n on obse \ a i u t . of t h u Ltutli aunl- v»rtiary ot u o i u b u i u u will ba given. CIIIUSTIAtf CUJ/i'UBE CBA8S A H R A X U E S FOR Fiteen .members ottended the rogn- ( lar meeting of the C h r i s t i a n C u l t u r e Class ot tho .First United Presbyterian Church held last night at the home of Mrs. Harry L. Frank, Soulli Arch street. At (ho iMiriiriesa sosBion tho class d added to hold a play some time in February. Officers for the ensuing year w ill bo elected at the February mqeting. Lunch was served by a committee" composed of Mr6. Frank, Mrs. 'Helen Younkln, Mrs. Maryj Patterson, Mr«. "W. R. L6ug and Mri.l GUgllotU. ~ Qfitei-ie Club Vflll Tho Coterie Club will meet Friday afternoon, January 24, 'at tho homo or Mra. U, F. Wagainati, South N i n t h street, Greenwood. Officers for the year v.'Hl be elected. tJonneilsvillc AV. C. T. D. Tho ConnellsvUlo W. C. T. U, will meet Monday night at' tho home of Mrs. S. B. Henry, 518 Eaet Murphy avomia. Bcronn Class The Berean Ol,ass of tho First Baptist Church w i l l ' meet with Mrs. E. 10. Coleri'n, 52 Morrell avoiwie, Tuesday nicrht at 7:30. Yitndorbllt Class Tho Young Man's Blblo Class of th« East Liberty. Prebyiterlan Church ot VaTulorbilt mot Thursday evonlng. Following the business session during which officers w«ro oloctexl, an oyuter snppor was served. The staff chosen follows: President, Jostopli II. Stoner; vtce- uresl dent, B. F. MuManus; H«C- i^etary, Albert Gray; treaHiirer, R. B. BaTn-sr; loaoher, O'Hvor S. Oglevee, and assistant teacher, tho pastor In charge. Talks were made by Mr. Ogksvee, Mr. Baxner aul Uayle Strick- lr. Anhloy-TanacliJll. Anouue-em'Ciit is made of UKV marriage of Mtee Ethel Ankloy, daughter of Mi s.Nora Ankloy of PittsburB, and William Thornhlll, also of Pittsburg, which took place Saturday, January 4, In Piltsburg. Tho bride formerly resided at'Meytrelale. Class Sleets. The T. F. Means Bible Class of Summit Methodist Proteetant Church hold lt« monthly mooting at the church Thursday evening. After the business lunch wee served by a committee composed of Mrs. John Barnhart Mrs. John Stewart, Mr«. Commodore Flko and Mrs, "WiHIam McDowell. PAST CHANCELLORS OF PYTHIANS HOLD RALLY AT SCOTFDALE Ninety-seven past chancellors, including 11 dlatria and past dtetrict dopatlosi awl ono poal Rrsuid chancellor, uttoudort tho monthly mooting of tho Past Chancellors Association ot Soi'thwcstorn Pennsylvania, Knights of Pythiaa, on I'Vtday oYcning at Scott- da! o with Fountain l^odgo as boat, Iiurgoss C. I' 1 Lewis ot Scottdfl.l« and Hu'-gosa Olivor Shannon of EVOTHOU welcomed tfie gathering. District IJop- ntj Freeman of Greone'bnrg gave a very Interesting and iimtructlv-o U»lk, as did PaHt Grand Chancellor L. G. Chorponriing- of Untontown. IJiirgess Lowla reraponded with aev- tMTl humorous road Ing 8 and then bis sou, Thomas H., played several violin Holectlons, accom'panjpd by Miss Mai'- Ktt'-et Krltschgau, who ulso entei-taln- etl with musical numbers. President C. L. McDonald of Gon- nel)s-vine prosUted at the business se-sslon, at which time an Invitation from tho Goorfffrs Crook Ijodgo of Snilthileld to meet thro on Thursday nlKht, February 20, was accepted. The seusion there will Ixi in the form ot an anniversary mooting awl the Son.'ith- lleld representatives admired a very In-le'ros^tlng program and entertainment. Noaiilnatlon oS oflicora will tako place at tills gathering. After the bus'ln-ess uesalon, Fountain Ix»dgo served a luncheon, Mlnnera OtT ches(tTa oif S'cotti'.al'o ontertiiliiied and a square dance closed the ni-eot- Ing. HeprosMilatiV'ea were In ai'tomlanco from Oreenburg, Star Junction, Dim- bor, Fairchnnce, L'nlontown, SmMJi- ftold, Brownsville, Connollsvlllc 1 , Mon- otseii and Scottdale. JUNIOR BAND PLAN MEETS WITH APPROVAL OF VANDERBILT PEOPLE Coughs Famous PivscrtyMoii Brings Almost K«llrr Night coughs, ov cousliB ca a cold or Irritated throat, can stopped within t5 minutes hj tor's preacriplJoJi which work entirely rlirCcrenl principle. T p uiulcr IY uila!)lo to e iscd by uow b^ a docf on an iis pref: name eryonc, on baud is i safely 1 coughs an t throat scrlption is put Thoxltio and IK Having Thoxlne measure against a Irritations. Thoxlne contain^ no harnrfi 1 drugs, Is plc-astuit tastiiiR and Bate for the ·whole family. Sold OIL a faorey back g x i a r u n f a c to plvo betier and rtulcker relief for cougtH or sore thro Us than anything you have ovex- tried. Ask for ThoxUio, put up Toady tor us 1n U5c, 60c, and ? bottle:*. Sole by all druggists, -- AdvcrrUsenient, Bey Scouts Hold Impressive Sen ice 'For Richard WaD SCOTTDA.LE. Jan. IS.---Vilb the vesper aoug of the Doy S out*, of America as hit, roquiem, th body of Hichard D. L. Wail,, llrat TO unber of the organization in Scottda o to die sineu its uctivlUctt- weio be ,im two years ago, was laid 1o rest 'gfttord'ay afternoon In the ceniMory at Alverton, while upwards ot 150 follow members stood with bowed b.'aclti a xut tho grave. Then taps was eout I«t. Onv, liundrcct forty-seven rneniberH of the elx troops ot Scottda , Kingfc- v,U»w and Kverson ot whilcl Richard was n member and his fall w scout- ina'iter, forinod t h e esc.ort · t Iwuor nnd iprov-icled tli^ pallbearer ,--Siobert and Earl Benson, Ainold Jc y, Arnold Weaver, J'rauk Zntre auc Charles Au'ltinan. K-OF. John 0. Orowo, pasior of th« fhri-stlan Church, conducted tho regular service at th* 1 - hoint in P Igli street and delivered tho address ··£ the occasion. Three troops fctooil at att nt!on at (he homo while the yroces on to th« oemotory was formed. Tin n tho en- tiro Scoui body marched a its bead down Piltsburg Ktrcust and ni Broadway to tho borough lino w tore automobiles awaited them. Ai (he Rra\e, at tho con ilnsion oi fho service by the lninist r, County Scotvt lOTtc-cutive V. L. Huni iberge-r of O-recnsbni-R ttwk charge of tho Scout burial service. Tho entire group ro- tlio Soont oath, lo 'by M?r. . They alt Job ed In th5 sinking of the- v^wper fjonff. \t ita conclusion tflp^ W H S Bounded y a member ol Troop 4 and th« « no by ona £ro:n Troop 1. Joining with I ho boyB In at 1ho fnmirai wore Thorn P ! H. Rutii- Tfor(l, profilcl-ont ol tho lo 'al eomvcil and also of Hus county 01 ;anizabton. Ckunty Kxoeiitivo Iluntsb rgor, and thrco menibf-rti oE tho loi il coivncll, Frank M. Hmith, B. F 1 . Dars and Wal- tc-r M. IjlndK.iy. Day and jiUvliA ,-iftor th death of TUcharrt momborB oC tho S oiit troops of tho conwminlty stood p iard about tho body. During all Ur 5 time the boys of all Uio troops gav- a tlu-ouffb demonstration of t.ho sorrl c tltoy can In Mime of . H. RAFFERTY WES SUDDEN! AT 01IOPYLE William J l . Jlatfcrly, 71 years old, for 40 yearh ;i r e s i d e n t i t Ohlopylo, dropped dead Friday aCtoi joon ii,t his home at Ohiopyle. Altho igh ho had been ailing for somu tim i Ills d e a t h wan unexpected. Mr. Rattorty at one til o was employed by the Raltlraoro 4. Ohio Knil- road. Or lato yoara he b id not. been engaged In. a steady occ ipation, devoting a little time to ft rminR. Tflvo sons and one daug tor survive. They aro W. S. llal'foit -, Ohlopyls; Fred Ruffcrty, Connellii\ ille; Frank Kaffcrty, no ir Union town Hugh Raf.- I'-erly and May Ralferty, B . home, and George R a f f o r l y , M o u n t ) Icasiuit. Tho funeral will bo 1 aid Monday aClernoou. The cortege /ill moat at the lato home at 3:30 o'c oek. A futl service will bn conducted at 2 o'clock at Ihe Ohlopylo BupUst ihurch with Rov. li n . S. Wortnuui o/Il lating. Izi- terment will bo made in Sugar Grove Comolory. A decision to organize a junior band, an auxiliary ot the American Legion Community Band, wo,s reached Friday evening at a meeting of !22 prosppctive rn em bore, at the Legion rooms at Vau- derbiit. It was voted to hold the first rehearsal next Friday night. The actual organization--the election of the oIHoere and tho nam-e of the unit--was deferred Indefinitely, pending the enrollment of more members. It is hoped to liav at least CO on tho roster of tho banu. The musicians ordered music and It is hoped to have It on hand-for the rehearsal. One woman was in attendance and she expreeeed the desire of becoming a member and stated that ahe- would ' notify other women and girls who want to enroll. Curte C. Collins, director of tha American Legion Community Band, iilso will lead tho uw organization. Slovak Hall W. S., ('onueUsvillo, PH. "Johnny Jlock and His Hollywood Nite Olub 0 'cliestra," 8- Piece Bai d Everyday you w i l l Qnd homea and homo gltea advertiaed In our classified columne--read th«m over Sch!fltbitr«r AdjuBturu of and Kt4io and 1iJi\-2f Park I'fltximrgli, I'u, A N D HETU1 SUNDAY January 1 9 T " Trip C O N X K L I SVII.LK SPECIAL Tit UA' Will Leuv« at Is!.') A. 31. Commit Ticket One one ccrtnln day in January we will refund the price paid for every article purchased from us on that d«.y, No strings, no advance In prices. Y o reservations made except on Linseed OiS, White Lead and Turpentine This offer in effective from January 0 till January 81st, regardless of the amount you purchase. Buy paper enough to re-paper your entirt* house, or paint enough to paint it. Is the plan that wo have arranged with the Second National Bank. They take a January calendar and mark one date, Sundays excluded, with, a cross as illustrated: [X] It may be the sixth day of the month that Is marked. It may he the 81st day, or any day between, BO it will pay you to start on the 6th and scatter your purchases over thp entire month. This January calendar is placed in an envelope ai*d scaled by the Cashier, and kept by tho Second National Bank. On the first day of February tho envelope will he opened by an of- flcer of the bank in the presence of responsible witnesses, and the date marked will bo announced in this paper. Ko one but the bank officer will know the date. Everyone who bought goods from us on that date, and paid cash, will receive every dollac back that was spent. It makes no difference how many people made purchases on this date or where they came from--all will receive a complete refund. ARE YOU LUCKY? Buy it in January and Get it FREE! RULES--You must keep your purchase slips and present same to us on or before February 10th, 19.30, in order to get your money. Don't-wait until Spring. Xet us hang your wall paper now! ceive closer personal attention and savo money as well. You'll re, BERNAR 5 1Oc Wail Paper Co. "Wholesale KetiUl -- All Grades of Wall Faper 111 West Apple Street. Phone 9;S. Connellayille, Pa. R A D I Naw Ped In Radio / A P E X O F i x Tomi-CoLoa Phone 196 WERTHEIMER MOTOR CO. W. Crawford Avenue, Conneilsville, Pa. Af M Open Every Simday Beginning Tomorrow We find that Sunday closing has not been successful. Tt has caused a great deal of inconvenience to our friends and customers. It has always been, and always will bo, our aim to render the utmost service to the community. We find this impoH- sible when closed Sundays. For this reason this Drug Store will be open every Sunday iu the future. Connellsville Drug Co. 124 West CraArford Avenue UN10NTOWN Week of January 20th , TULSDAI A r D WEDNESDAY Jfcw York Stood in Wno to Pay $2 a Seat to See It! The Screen's First Musical Romance! IVSAURICE CHEVALIER --in-- With Jeancttc MacDonald, Lupino Lane, Lillian Rolh. A Paramount Plcturi'. Now, more than ever, th-e idol of the entertainment world, Maurice Chevalier, slnginK. making love, In Parft- monnt's New Show World Hits of Hits! First showing: iu thin ciitiro district! Star of "Tho THURSDAY, FRIDAY AM) SATURDAY Now liic Fun Begins Ag-atn! VICTOR McLAGLEN ' 5ock Eyed World," world's record breaker, carrying on Jris cockeyed adventures with EL BRENDEL And That Irresistible- Mile. FIFI DORSAY --in-"HOT FOR PARIS" All-Talking, All-Laughing Kox-Roxv Movietone, Diverted H n o n l Walsh, who m a d e ''Thr- f ' o n k Kvodp World " by

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