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January 21, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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r.-uu-; six L » A L l , v i], TA. . J A N U A R Y 21, E N T · f Airs-, for 10 Applo Mercy will Pearl IIcllpii, who liau boon ill \voels ti.t her home- in W-e-U ntr*Mt, v. as v("moved to tji-e Hospital, J a h n i j t o w n , for ob- on and X-riiy p i c t u r e s . Sho \v i i H t n l f i l hi hci 1 mil, U.r.vley, who r e m a i n at lh,~ h o s p i t . i l ur.'.il her i.* diasu i · · 1. Mrs. K, C. l , j o n if N o r t h Pltti-bi:ri,' .street, w h o r c i c n t l y n i i ( l ? " w e n t a n f -.\operation in tl e K.iv and l''ye I f n t s p l t u l , I'tttsbur'jc. is ul the h o m e of i t f r winter, Mrs. Iai ics of Hit,-burs.'. Khe i.) r e p o r t e d to bo n o t i m ^ .'.Km;.', n'.i-"ly. 1/lcutenam and Miv. K a y i ' i u n d Neil' of l.uiiKlcy Field, V.i., are guests of (lie former'.-; ui.ole and ;nuit, Mr. and MJM. K. R. H i l l UK of U n i o n t o w n , formerly of thi.s ("ty. Mur.iorie MUi'li'i 1 , d a u g h t e r of .JoMOpbine Klai'fT of U n l a n t o w n , r e t u r n e d home a l t e r s p e n d i n g week-end w i t h lior (ji'ix'.ulpar^iii;;. M". i i n r l Mrs. f''red Muni: of Juha:;-m avs- J1I1C. MU't Nun t ' u l U I'aon is fi w d.iys in I 1 H o u t o w u ; nf f l f e l l d i i . MK-hiiM, wlio had IM ·'!! i l . \\\ M o r i v I I ,iv.. t i n e . Ci.'.'vi- · to be out a'-cain. .viorlcm, who ha-. br' ! i i l l i n M i i r r e M wood, K corn n!e-vinK. Mrs. .1. H. J 1 le"kou.-,U'iii oi -', avciiti x went t _ Pit.l.sV.ir;; t h i n n u r i i - ) ins- I FRANCIS PRATHER, FORMER LE1SENR1NG BOY, DIES IN OHIO Mr: I,. a t h e r h o v e wood, is iibl Mi 1 .-.. A. i: at her 'home Mr;-;. hi'.s t h s-pet.dni;; a ^ t h e i;i.i.,,i d i e Aunt Het " K m i l y i h i n U f . PC" my H i i f v t i i r ? w a l l . );i! none o ;,c n hanjr.u' or 11' 1 e." 'K iMspiustln' to h a n i c l n ' on Hie i n l j ' p o v e r WHH a uoi ton wood year since the introduction of Vicka VapoRub, rnore' and rnore people have given up "dosing" colds and turned to the befter way of treating them extern ally. Today,l ho trend of medical practice is away from needless "dosing." Just rubbed on, Vicka acts through the skin like a plaster; it ab.o gives off medicated va- pora which are inhaled. Ever- growing d e m a n d again changes the famous Vick slogan --there are now "Ovor 26 Million! J a r s U a e d Yearly." iccerai K .Goal, Says Stimson Oiriimuoil f r i ' i u I'.IKP One. t l i u t reason we £*c-l liiat iho sound rJiu A. C. Mayor of Dunlnir this t'croivod word fro;n A l i i a n r e , Ohio that Fn ncls 1 'rather, 2!! years old, BOH of J o h n and Grace 1'rather. formerly of t/dsenrlnu; iS'o. 1, died at 4 o'clock this morning following un Illness ot 15 days w i t h a p p o u d i e i t i s . Tho Prathors resided at Lois-erirlng until two year3 ago when they located at AMlanco. »ancis wa.« a graduate of tho D u n b a r Township High School, Class of 19"[. Ho worked for his father in a wall paper store there 1 . In a d d i t i o n to his parents, he- is iuir- virod by two brothers, Clare-nco and Fred, of Ohio. The. f u n e r a l will be hold OM T h u r s day afternoon at the homo a t 1470 A'rch. .str-eot. Alliance. I n t e r m e n t will bo niado at Allianco, Ohio. t h a t at ( ourso is to reach i'!«-uts as it may bo v with CUQ k n o w l c i ' ^ B open to revl.'iio:. pc-riod-;. "\Ye are c o n v i m now the- naval pi lowias tho K! nsjo p;ith. sucli ugroc- now, thoy arc d tlwit In a t t a c k i n g bkMn we art* fol- nnict! a! i i n ] common We he liovo t h a t uny solu- JOSEPH PALANKY, STORE PROPRiETOR AT TROTTER, DIES Joseph P a l a u k y . -M c u r s . T o u r . m o n t h s and 1 1 days o l d , died nt 5 , o'cjoi.k .\!'.u)i! iy e v e n i n g ;it Ills horn'! , lit Tro^t"r f o l l o w i n g an l l l n e f - s of !v/i. v\eek : ; v, I I h p-.i-HimonU. 1 Mr. I ' a k i n K y operate 1 ! a grocer;. i 'wo at (Uc west end of Trotter, f;i I D u n b a r t o w n s h i p . Ho had been en · I iiast-d in I h K business; for about a f c o r o of year. . In a d d i t i o n to his wife. Alary, Iv iss : t i m v e d by three, c h i l d r e n : Kdwurd, Kthe.l ; i u d A l -cvt. all at home. Tho t u n o n i ! w i l l lx) hold Thursday m o r n i n g . Th corl'^ge wi.'I riie^'t at t h f l a t e honu- at h:'.!l) o'clock. Ma,iS t w i l l !o read at !) o'clock at St. John's R o m a n Catholic C h u r c h on the W.--H Hide wkli Hcv. K a t l i e r S, .Moravc 1;, | pastor, o f H c i t . t l n p . I n t e r n s - M i l w i l l be i made in tin church cemetery at I Brook vale. j Scoitilrile Orohestrii to Uroiidciit. j SCOTTDA1JO, .Tan. LM. - - J i m i n l o j Miles and hi-, M i U i n d c r H w i l l !M luutr'.f Wftlncsd/iy f veiling of this v/rek in .1 concert of d.uico mu«ic from .station \VMM.\ at 'iinnont, W. Va. The prop r u m w i l l tx nailo up of reriues.ts and JJl f r i c m l a of tlio bnml may havo n u m b e r s played for them by in;; t h r o u g h l e t t e r or tcli-phono lr.'lei;i:im. The broiidcriit w i l l nt lli:::t) o'e lock. t i o i i which \vc can m a k o of IKU problem w i l l bi x a tant'.blo f o i i t r l h t i t i o n tti DIP surcps.-! of )!)( u i d o i ' problem oi KtMioral rll.sarniann lit. 'I'hi'ri- Is a rila- t i o n - h i i i between t ' i o liuul, scii a n d air (Vir.-o which con.s itute n a t i o n a l tk; fr::.-i', \Ve b e l i t \ u t h a t a -limitation of a n y one 01 tlioso \\111 conlribnU 1 to an cul!sliu»ne'l l i m l t a i i o n of th« ollierH. "U'lifio the ereauist coiitrlbiition my country cuu make ' o tho general causo of disarmament 1 in n a v a l inii-ttora, .'··till it .imiht. not b- 1 forgotten t h a t our n l t j m a t - o ; i f f i i Is a general solution of i ! j o disarnuuneivl. problem and a cons e q u e n t loRi-ouing of t h e i l a k w '.' war. For t h a i rcr.iHon, how^'ver gr?ai t h e aohieveni'-'nt.'i of tl is conference in ro- j;an! to the n a v a l iroolern, our /.oa.l In tho general i-umo of (liiia.rnuunont aiul our efforf.s to coi t r i b u t e to tho SHC- ' c m of f u t u r e r iclenvovrt in o t h e r tU-lds w i l l o o i i t i n i i b nnabaled. "\Ve h a v o O;H!C i-vor-td to s.tiuiy the part'n uhir ii-(bU-i ,. and difficult lot (.f M i l ' i ; ! u r i i u t l c n s IH well a.s our own. \V^ have come Iv ro to try to f i n d a s o l u t i o n aeceptal) o to a l l , of benefit to a i l , and of fowl (it to tho peace and M t a W l i t y -of Hsu world. The.ro arc nuutv problems vo. know, but each problem before us COIHH to us far o t i t w e i p h f c d "by p-portiiuily to serve c i v i l i z a t i o n . \Vo aro ready to stay hori u n t i l t h e ]i 'oblem.s aro solv-ed, u n t i l t h e o p p o r t u n i t i e s a r e praspi-d ami u n t i l wa -((n g n o to tho world an a^re-enu'iit th: t v.-lll carry u.s hap- p i l y on to th » ntno when wo meet ;i-;,'.i:t in t l t o s.in, · spirit." f'atroni/.o those who ailvertlse. Ihmfmr CIiHd I I I . Hay S(i'.toj, c!,"ht year.s old, bon ot Mr. and Mrs. C. 'I, Beaton ot Sprins- dal". f o r m e r l y ol D u n b a r , la critically ill of h r a r t t r o u b l e and pneumonia, dtiperindut'od uy inflammatory rheu- r n a t U m . Hay is a grandson o£ Mrs. I).'A, KtunaKe o£ Dunbar. MrH. Scaton w i l l tu '-uniotnlj. rud as MIEH Maudo KlrhtT of LHniba . A 6-011 WHS b o r i i Aloiiiluy n i g h t at tho C ' o n n e l l s v t l l c St; te Hospital to Alrfi. Hazel Lki^ts ot I 1 ord City. Layton man From Dawson to \ V i ; i i i n ; I n T h o Cciui'ier. J a m o B l i , H a l l of L.iyi.nt nimKeKl.-; t h a i the mid I I r n n i l ) , i \ \ - o i to I t t i n n i i i K he liuprov d { «i( an c u r l y tl.tt'-. l!i. l e t t e r if. u o l f - 1 i-.\pi,iiialory. I t reads: ) " V ' u r iKijior beint; an advocate o f ' ,::i),l io,Hf:i t o I ' n r t l u r Ilia in'crtt-t o f 1 j o u r i i u i i i i 1 lo'.iu, I \ \ t V l i to c a l l y t . u r ! . i t l c n t i o i i tt o n e yoail l h a t y o u r i:i|)"r' h.i- f.nlcil \-y i n ' M i t ' u ' i -tl'.c re u d l i - a - l 1 intv f r i ' i n D i ' W . ' O i i t o I he J u "h.s ('reek In idr,r t i t M, n i i i n i ; . \ "Tho j i ' n . i l c - ihat, hiivc to nwo ) h l ; i | road ( i i i l r i l m t e iimro to lac tui-uni *(:' l)laci'-, of nir town t h a n w i l l ho i l)i'oii'.;hl i n by tlm i m p r o v e m e n t of j of i h » roads y o u r paper atlvo- | \\'ilh t h e i m p r o v e m e n t of this I the ti.ulo trotn }ianniug a n d ! J.icohi- Creek w v.lle. "At the prtben to Char] cro!. 'I tiiey have tjirut road U travel. they w o u l d !m\ sanio K i n d of ro: "I wK!i to a l i f a c t I h i i t two ni · ; i n n l n u ; n t .I,ic. come to CoinieHs- lido bee n lire . ii i n f i l l [or tin? pa t h a t i m o t h a t triulo rsKllitK in t h a t town iiillf!;; of very bad To get to y o u r iown 1 n i n o i n i l f s of I h e y o u r a t l c j i f i o n t ( J tbu l t i of HUH road, bo- ·h.H Creek bridge mid i r d In Fayotte c o u n t y t h e list for i m n r o v e - t I h r e o ycaro, you w i l l hoewt thio i the other roads, I Nearly 250 Attend Fellowship Dinner Of Sunday Schools Taking for hw niibjfc!, "Tlie }VH- iibli I'ou," Dr. Fnim i'i ,!. Scott of ·g dolivorei.1 a K t i r r i i i ; ; aiklrcv.i n l p h t a t t h e IHth a n n u a l f e l l o w . ship dinner of tin 1 C o n n e l i i i v i l l e dit-- trlct (if !he Fiiyctie Couiiiy Snndo.v School Association .it tlu^ Kirst Meth dint Kpiiscopal C l n t r t h, developing wiat m a y be iiccomplHicii by discover - of .otu'V h i d d e n recoilrce-i, w h c l h e r it be a p p l i e d lo tin I n t l i v U l u a l , ttie K unlay M.IHHJ!, l l u - i him h or tho n i u n l i I p a l i t y . Uft'irJ'in.L; to t h e i i e a r i t i : ; sc.iteutay iti I'i.'ttibiir^ in bi'iiulf nf r n a k i i m t b o Youghiof'hcny Itiv.-r u n v i K t b l u to thiri city. Or. Scott Htrf-si.bd the f a c t tluit it waii the "poM-.ibh- valley," "poissiible West N'ewton" anil "poyilblo Poniiells- vllle" if the i m j i r o v e r n e n l be made ihnt iirouipted the o u t p o u r i n g of c l t i - XC'UB and busincfij i n t e r v b l s to boont the/ project. Jn he .same n i a n n c r rclislouB "\vork inay be promoted tiy developmeii! of laton; pctisibilitkv-i, ho t.aid. Dr. Scott f o r m e r l y wan pastor of the Klrfcl United Presbyterian C h u r c h of t l i l h c i t y ami was p r i i s M e n t oV the Kaye t t e Couiity S u n d a y S hool A^socKi- liuti. I l l s wa« t h e p r i n c i p a l a d d r t ' K h ot t h e evening, delivered licl'oro one of the. large;-!, a u d i e n c e s t h a t him at- t e n d e d one of the a n n u a l d i n n e r s . Two bundrcxl thirly-t-eve.n persons "were- riorvfil by women of tho c h u r c h . A ;ihort lulls was niaJu by Judsp- J. "\V. Daw.son of U n i o n t o w n , president o£ the county association, who naid it wna always an I n K p l r u t k m to him to come to one of these ConnellNvllle gathi.'rinyH, "It Is a boalthi' flvo-ycar- old c h i l d , " he ,,ald. Fr.tnk II. Ktoon of Bt^llo V-ornon, c o u n i y secretary, contratulatttl District 1're.side-nt J,. C!. Hoover on I h e eucccfiti of tho galhcriii!; and the people gathered on tho in tores I they take In Sunday school work. Ho c«ll«l attention to the ISnOlh a n n i v e r - sary ot the Uuy of t'entccoet, w h i c h will be observed in Juries and l)ie 150111 anniversary of tho first, Bnmlay Hchcol. He n loo invited a t t e n t i o n to t h e miuual c o u n t y c o n v e n t i o n which w i l l he held In .tune at the Fir«t Methodist lOplncopal Cburcli anil nakl tho Ijcet of talent is being rccrnif.ed lor tliut occ.'iKion. PrOHldenl Hoover called nttcnlio.ii lo tlie u o x t m o n t h l y d i s t r i c t m e e t i t i K on Kehruary I! at tho T r c n b y t e r i a n C ' h u r c h , il w h i c h time tho work of t h e h o m o d e p a r t m e n t ami p o r c n t training w i l l he si reused. The H p c a k c r w i l l bu :\HtiH Floronuo Kimball, dean of girl., at, tho High School. K i i t e r l a t m n e r i t for t l i u evening wa.s provided by a fiither-rimi t i u a r l e t made u] ..t H. 0. CUtiKiuKh and son, Walter, and i,. (J. Hoover and son, J / u r o y ; by J o h n \V. YOUIIK, Bopuino of Payne A. M. 1C. C h u r c h , West Hide, who was accompanied at tho piano by her husband, ar.'l by the M e t h o d i s t P r o t e s t a n t OriM\slr«. Mrs. L. C! H o o v e r nccom- pantod the (jttartet. Mr. Clabaugli Jed in i nisa ringing. T'IO invocation \vas offeretl by Rev. Coorgo U. K n t p n and tho b e n e d i c t i o n pro'ioimce.d by J'tev, Dr. D. IJ. (!ra- Jiuin, "James H. Hall, "Layton, Pa." It's the Flavor that Counts DIES IN PITTSBURG Tlio funeral aervice for Conrad Mittereder, tiS years old, who died Kat- urclay at his home In I'ittsburg, WUH he! I this m o r n i n K at St. Augustine's Roman Catholic, C h u r c h , Pittaburg. i Solemn mass oil r e q u i e m was celebrated. Besides his ·n r ife, Mrs. Anna, W n c h e r Mlttordar, he !s survived by several chl'.dron. Includert are John Mlt- tcrodor of D r a c k c i v r l d K o u u d Aloysiua M i t t o r o d e r , at home, b o t h former em- ployes of the PittBhuvg Bre/wtng Company of Connollsvllle. J o h n Mlttoretle-r win ,brewmaator. r 'l : resh front, the Gardens'* In Packets and Individual Jet 8111 lttlltif|ul«li K. .\, i'roporly. 1 j i ) . V l ) ( l . \ , Jan ^ 1 . - T h o f a m i l y of t i n UiUi tiisiii'i-al l i i u m w c - l l H o o t ; ; mu-»t ui n o v i - r a l l p r o p i ' t l y held in t r i ' i l ;'nr t h o S.iivul i o n A r m y I D (l|i. ( ( ) i n i n a n ( l e r - ! n - h!"f. d - n t - r u l J . H i g K n , n u d e i a d e c i s i o n I'lMnci'i'y c o u r t h.indeil d o w n Tin- ^ i i t ln.ui^!|t i i y a i n . t l i t e c.v,- .1- l n ' r t i ? t i l e hue G e n i a l D u o l h V un nh ·· , n i t l l i i i t i ' . i l l d u l l , r., i n ,-, :c ,| luULu itud utln.1' i u m n . i t y i / «WKK-?»,.t --4---- Unusual money-saving specials are listed on this S lie Bulletin. Visit your Keystone Store this week and tsike advantage of this chance to save on your grocery bill. fimmmea urnce QVECNS It will) ay you well to bu / ahead at the c prices. Everyone can f have cash on hanc! o meet every emorger cy that pops up I But h w good it is o know you tan get it h a r e at You'll be please^ to find our. service so friendly and our repayment plan so convenient. Helping any ime you \ folks who need mon6y need it 1. \ quiddy is our business. Pur SONAL FINANCE Ca 1 Second Floor 1 i! West Crawford Avenue (Ovc McCrory's 5 and 10 Cent Storel 'ONNELLSVILLE, PA. . Telephone ConueUsville 3-4 Op. n 8:30 to 5--Saturday 8:}0 co t --LICHN1ED BY 'I HE STA I'M-- PERTUSSIN looser sthe plilegni--.soochci the irritation and qu ets the cough spa ra cjuickiy.Cuncai is no dope. SAFE- CONSERVATIVE STRONG" THIS BANK'S aro siibjoct (o tho guidance.' of (ho fol- Jowin;; 1 rcyreacniative Connellsvilln uicn, .'von as i t s sound policies arc formulated by them: JUIllvCTOJlS \VoVlli K i l p i i t r i c k I.onls P. McCormick Dnvld W e r l h e i m e r AI"X H. Hood Thus. H. (Ouha.'il \Vlllhini .1. iiavidson ( t r a m D u l l O. II. M o r i o n James C. Muusou Resources flxceeding $3,300,000.00 I'atrouito those wtio ad It I? ea?iT tn cut pnrsipy with a, pair of fotssora l.hau to chop U with a.

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