The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 22, 1930 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 22, 1930
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1930, DAILY COURIER, CONNEL LSVII LE, PA, PAGE THREE, SCOTTDALE TRUST COMPANY ELECTS 1S30 OFFICERS of First National Al- Name Staff for the Current Your. FIREMEN INDUCT NEW OFFICIALS bpcolal t" Tho Courlor. SCQTTDAW-:, Jan, 22.--The Scott- dalo Savings A Trust. Company stockholders a.t the u n u u n l mooting yeator- luy -sleeted tlio following directors to fcorvo during tho coming year: B. 0. Frctts, B. I* 1 . Kelster, Dr. it. T. Gilbert, M. S. Loucka, P. P, flush, K. B. Overholt, H. Vlnton. Over holt, K. L. Stoncr, Edwin C. Itclster, IXmald C. Keistor and Harry Uaughrey. Tho liroclore orguni/.d, naming tho following ofllcens: President, B. C, Frotta; vice-president, B. F. Kelster; fiocrotary-treasurer, Harry Laughrey; assistants, A. J. Strlckler and Miss Jil izabeth Landenbevger. The semi-annual tour por cent divi- d e n d was declared. The newly elected directors ot tho First National Bank yesterday afternoon elected tho following officers for the coming year: President, , B. Krister; vico-preeidenl find cashier, Charles H. .Loucks; assistant cashiers, ,1. T. Slrlckler and Kldln G. Daiigher- !·/; 7naimger of seuurltlee depaxt- Biout, KrneFt Overtiolt, I'lromen Install Officers. Tho Scottdalo "Volunteer Fire De- larlment'« newly olocted offlcere vr« inaUiliQd Inet evening hy Past President Samuel Brown. Tho officers in: trilled -were: Chief, Howard Beoglo; assistant chiefs. Jarao3 Joiie* and Alhort Reynolds; pveeMont, George Murray; vlce-prc«ident, James Jones; .'ecretary, K. J. McKoo; treasurer, A F. Ware; chaplain,' George Ulery; directors, Clarence Brown, IIov;av Miner, Henry Lootzhler, Kc!wirl Hol- Mnson, Boy Baker and C. A. Farmer Tha directors are also directors of the lleliof Association. Tlio relief oflleerb arc: President, George- Murray; vlce-prosklen', f.ratttL Edwards; sec retary, R. J. McKce-; treasurer, J. K Dickerhoff. Tho chiefs annual report shows tint a total of Ul alarms were answered ii 19-tt and of thif number lii were ou jf town, 12 "WOID folbe, H were Huh lire?, seven wove autoinolilies, sevei uhlinneys, throe l)oys" shanties, tw box cars, one ctuisod by lightning, on a fcinokohouho, ono a Chriatrnug tree OHO an open gi-att-, 11 calls to th West i'enn brkige, nine silent alaraii ontl four otlior alarms, Tho fire loss In tho borough for th yei'i- \vii«j uonl'jnts, ?o,;iri().(JO and th buildings. $l,80u.uO. Tile lire depart t n e n t deed not uumputo loss on out o lown Jirea. Iron Bridge IRON BRIDGE, Jan. 22. -- Mrs. Preston C. Showman and little daughters, Emogene and Huldah o£ Pennsville were here on Friday with Mrs. Roy II. Miller and Mrs John £1. Prltts, Mr3. Irene Gadd spent Friday In Mount Pleasant with her sistor, Mrs. Olivia Seders and other friends. Miss Ruth Faith spent last week In Mount Pleasant wjith her aunt, Mrs. Kklwp.vd danibe. Mrs, Sue Queer of Mount Pleasant was a , r e c e n t visitor hero with her son, Robert Queer. Ell TI. CroHby, Si'., and Norman Yothers were business visitors in Scottdala Saturday. Miss Clare E. Gloor o£ Mount Pleasant was here Saturday with Mrs. Roy H. Millar. Mrs. Sidwell McConnell and dangler, JOdna wero tho guests oi' Hcott- dalo friends on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Iden Armel and mother, Mrs. John Keefcr wero at I'nion town Fi-lday visiting Mr. Armel'i mother, Mrs. Mary Armel. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Weaver of Iron Bridge and the former's sister, Miss Lillian Weaver of Scottdale, motored to Warren, Ohio, Thursday and visited Mi-. Weaver's sister, Mrs. Oeorge Saunders and family. Miss Lillian Weaver remained In OJiio and will spend several weeks as the guest on her sister and other friends. Summit Mrs. Laura Mao Hobtder and children and Mrs. "William Holl s of Mount Pleasrfnl were visiting t)u former's aunt, Mrs. Sebastian Seofe. Mrs. Lottie 'Dumbauld is ill with grip at tlio home of her daughter, Mrs. A. Hoch. I Mr. and Mrs! Levi Morri^ and chil- dren of Marianna were, here visiting: Mr. Morris' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Morris. I Mrs. C. Itinsmore and daughter, Helen, w«ra guests oi Mrs. Commodore Fike. I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoch spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Scdiclc at Everson. Patronize those who advertise. Mio. ICvi i.ifiity of liroadway and -Mulberry n i n e i lias been chosen as a 1 ( J u k i Htur inollit'r from Scottdalo to go to Franco to v i s i t the graves of ·oldlorw. Tho total cost of each person will be ?SJO and will be provided by tho government. Another Full Jllousc. Tho l.'--»t poi-fonnanc-o of "Marrying M a r i a n " wa.- given at Hx«t Huntingdon Township A u d i t o r i u m last evening iindi-r Die an: picen of tho East Ilun- ' i i i g d o n A l u m n i . The auditorium was crowded a^ain. To Siittr at YouJiifwoiJil. On Wednesday ovcnliiK. J a n u a r y 20, I h u Scottdalo Male Chorus will go tu the l'rc«byld.'ian Church at Young- wocnl, "whero a program will bo Riven. Tlio affair i v i l l h« sponiiored by the Moil's Bible Class of the church. Other Acws. Airs. \V. \S". Kichor a n d Mr«. Jo;!nh Hcynokls ai'(. vlsltiug n t SVaehington, IJ. C., IMra. Kifilicr ivitli lier sou-iri- Jaw and dauKhle-r, IJr. and Mrt. Joel Tillon, and Mra. Ueynold 1 ) with her son- in-law and l;iu:;!itor, Mr, and Alre. Ktlward ^ l . Andcreon hn« returned from a v i s i t with Uniontown friends. l i a v Mart,, and ,1, B. Kills, who left li.jt Tliuistlay for an extended trip through tin South oxpc?,t to .(.aolcbuuvilk , liaytona iieacli and .Miami. Fht., in Havana, Cuba, and ret u r n liy way oi' St. rctcibbarg, Fla., ,uid 15inuiiuiiam, Ala. Mi-!. Thoinas J. Hill of A r t h u r avenue war hu-tcs.; last evenijiK to t b o meuibi.'Vo o' the Jolly ISridgy dub, at Her home, Tho L»auOK of Malta w'.'n hold the mi'etlnj; itt i\[oo,o Hall on Tliuisday evening. Tula Kob.'kah Ixulge ln-ld its regular mrellnj; on Monday evening. There w;i-, «]K'CK 1 degrer- w o r k by the do- ijrcc^ team, tho c a p t a i n having charge. M !«!«?: J i t i t h and ]france» Blcher w i l l enter; din tlio OUerbein Ciiiild of tiit U u i U 1 B r e t h r e n C h u r c h ut He regular nii-otiuR or Tluir-'day veulng:. The t i i i i r and t,on banquet of St. i'aulVr jjti'liciviii Church \ \ i l l bo held ;it tliu c h u r c h on February 13. Credit Si'os ^"icco Shoot. Man. \ h \ V ^ u J i K , J a n . t'2.--While- h u n - h\Hhi l ' f \ { i - ( i on, Francis Calertio, GG, li.lo l;i.-t MisiHt was shot and Uillod in 1 nlwn bq i.iro. Police arrested his nioce, C'.r niel! Jfucp, 'M, ami said sho t o l d then, ^he shot her unelo because ho bt'iit 1 er. Who to I'ntronlze. Those w h o advertiao in The Dailj CourScr. };-«m'·; if.-' -.,;: -.;;; VXJOQ: K 31- W-.i!(;85308®, Victor Radios Monthly Paymonls GEO. W. CARROLL n 'iP^I /"^fc II H .LlOU This -Year Starts Saturday, January 25---Continues Throughout the Month of February Every piece of furniture in the tremendous Aaron stocks, all of supreme quality and recognized style, and including rugs and ranges, has been reduced from the price which was already low to go into one of 3 GREAT ECONOMY GROUPS... Group 1 with a saving of Group 2 with a saving of Group 3 with a saving of An. Annual A Event Famous for Its Savings New and Greater Savings New possibilities for the vast Aaron purchasing power have opened up as a result of unusual conditions in the furniture market. These opportunities have been turned to golden account for our customers . , . and have prepared the way for a wonderful February Sale, beyond any other Sale in varieties, qualities, styles and real values. The unmatched savings are possible only because of years of happy dealing with reputable furniture manufacturers of America and fair treatment of the public. There isn't any question about . . . . our vast purchasing power . , . . our outstanding leadership in the distribution of furniture, rugs and ranges of quality and recognized style . . . . and our being headquarters for the kind of furniture and rugs that will blend in the homes of this community ; for prompt service and for stylish merchandise at fair prices. These things, and a determination to co-operate with manufacturers of established reputation by placing; new orders and by a sacrifice on our own stocks, all point to a banner February Sale. Come early. Take advantage of early selections . . . when stocks are most complete. uy Furniture CONVENIENT PJXSIJENTS ARRANGED IF SO DESIBEI) Future Delivery A deposit will hold your purchases Cor later doliven'. Complete Home ,. '· " ; ;,it':Mi-y-,H: sv*·:!····'·{-?,[····; ·-:';.*«:· -·!£··.*· imams Fiimiters Since 1691 Newly weds! Our February Sale offers you rare opportunities to save!

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