The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 22, 1930 · Page 11
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January 22, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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W E D N E S D A Y . J A 1 N U A K Y ZZ, MILWAUKEE HAS BRIDGE CLASSES IN SCHOOLROOM '[1115 DA1L.Y COlifUl'JK, CONNI51--L.SVII -US, F Training People in "What To Bo Is the Thoory of Founders of Class. By ARTHUR II RICE}. 1'rosis SUIT C u r r c n i i o n c l o n t . MILWAUKEE. Jan. 22-- Time when 4 sound "whaling" was doled out to the da:'-_ 0 ,...- ··"".- «roueht a duck ,ji\ Maids, Bunko, Euchra, or Flinch" to school in tb- pocket of hie "jeans." How tine* hav« ch.uigeil! Every Montlpy pjul Tuesday nights at the Shore-woo 1 High Bclioi-l. one o£ Milwaukee's "suburban educational centers, 1!BO men and women gather Cor instruction in how to play cards. "Where 1hn "throe K'«" have reigned undisputed for agi»s, the volco of the teacher s p f a k s In terms of contract bridge, and Its attendant phraseology. A lovely lady, garbed tn tho height of fatihiou arc! flashing an engagins sriile upon her pupils. replaces what popular fancy placed ,'it the head of t h e schoolroom -- tho sinJMicr old maid school teacher. Men arid women, perhaps fiomo whoso childish laughter once uchoed t h r o u g h o u t the samo school room,!, in years past, laugh and joko amid t h e If-aBous, u n a f r a i d t h a t "leerliur" may \uw the switch. Boyn S(l!l Tease (llrls. In tV.=; schoolroom, tho casual vibitor observes attention, though a man is ween boyfuMy to tease tho pretty woman In the beu ahead gt him. Only a low yoaru a(;o, oni: muses, thi« same man loved to p u l l UIIWA blonde curls of the girl v ho sat in tho same eeal In front of h t m . A chart. g«y with the colored aymlols of the bridge- cards, hangs on the wall. A pencil servos the teacher os i. pointer. Anyone may aek her a question at any time- and receive a /-h eorf.nl, tolerant answer. Tolerant, berauto i n a n j of thr (|iie«- tlone, coming fitom tin H|w of the city's buniest executives, tuem a w k ward iud simple. "Now we- hud t h l h It^bon-- pardon me-- this hand, last week, I \\ii-h to se-e iow many of you remember what it was bid," the young teacher began a leenon tho other night. "How much does tho hand count? The king, the oco, the queen is worth only a (jUartor of a trick because it IH only oncn guarded. Let us go on. Thero Is one, two, three, threo and one-half, four arid otic-quarter, Hvo, six. The hand counts six. What, does south say?" The claen follows the teache-r'b lesson, droning each count a f t e r her and as she totals tho count, bursts torth as a fourth grade cluts In addition, with tho answer. Play After Study. When tho lecturo IH finished fiomo ono feusgettle: "feet's play a band.'' Immediately there is hub-bub and laughtrr. Business men. lawy-°*s, doctors, erhool teachers, and their wives and sweethearts shift i hairs. Decke arc- de-elt and the theory just taught is put into prucllce. Tho courso h«a Brought t w i t e as many women as mon, according to Mrs. John G. Osborne, teacher. Llmou- 5tnf6, (own care and tho small individual automobile are drpwn np before the school. Chautfours ol tho city's rich sometimes wait two bourn while their employers go to school again. The school's course of bridge is bponeored by tho Shorewood i Oppor- t u n i t y Club and !e in the opinion of i f . W. Clenskow, head of tho school, the only ono of its kind to be- given as a vocational study. "W« are giving it here," Gonskow said, "tn the theory that education should include the training of people for tho things they like to do." ROBINSON TURNS IN GOOD SCORES IN DUCKS MATCH After losing the first game by a margin of two pins, the Baltimore- Ohio Pauaengers came back strong to defeat «loclslvely the Uukltuoro Ohio Accountants in a heated match in the City Industrial Duckpiu L,eague at Elks ulloye. Koblneon carried off all honors with two tallies of more Umn tho two cent u r y marie. His llrst g i m e wan 205, t h e second 202, aad the ».hlrt 1G7 -- for a total of 57-1. It was one- of tho be»t I n d i v i d u a l exhibitions of tho tiea.sou in H97 370 347 91-- :t73 Tho ncores: B. 0. Accountants. Faleo . ..~ ,, . 188 lot 108 KMertsch nailer 143 120 in Baldwin 110 113 124 Mull in ,, 135 133 Welfih Total-i 124 121 1315-- 381 B. 0. Shaw . , Drinker . Forty . PanzclU n Pearl TotaU . 141 143 103 124 205 117 202 1 (8 7 IS 727 707--216:' 146 PENNSYLVANIANS AT W. YA. UNIVERSITY M O f W l A N T O W N , W . V j . Jan. 2 J . - - , P e n n s y l v a n i a la r e p i esi-ntint in t h e ' student-body at Wost \'irgnii;i L'lii- voi'Blty in M o r K a u t o w n . Of the- .!00 out-of-etattt a t u d e u t t - . 1 t j come troni j I ' e n i i K y J v a i i i a . j N«-w Voi-k ia no.xt w th TiS N»w Jersey t o j « Ohio b two uut M-tuls 17 i Marylacd f o l l o w s w i t h eij;ht, I ' o n - uevtlcut Is next w i t h fcix, whil« Kentucky a.id Virginia have tliroe ea«U. DR. APPEL STRIKES / AT PAIN KILLERS HARRISBUUU.. J a n . 2J -- " P a i n - lelllora" were hit by i)r. T n e u d u r e J3. Appoi, Secretary ol H o a l ' h , in h i B health talk t h i s week. Pain, eaW Dr. A p p e l , is ,m indication of diseases and vvhon i is ML, a diagnosis should bo b o u g h ( at once. Numbing of the pciln by d r u g s w i l l do nothing for (ho real d i s o i d c i - which is the cause of it. The common h e a d a c h e , Kind t h e secretary, is tin* moat t o m n i u l y "killed" pain. Yet it H nlwayt, an i n d i c a t i o n of sromo deeper t r o u b l e \- h i c h may lie anywhere- b e t w e e n I n d i g e s t i o n and tho eta'rt of t y p h o i d fever. In *,ome cases it i« e x t r e m e l y d a n g r - i o u s to die- regard it or do n\\;\y w i t h t h e clls- comtort by u s i n g drug*. (ins Klon Emliinjfers 1 hi»s. OKbAHOiMAOITY, Okla., .Ian. 32.-- Sncldpn itiCM»a«pd flow of 100,04)0,000 cubic t'eot of natural gas in the South City oil field forced 41} f a m i l i e s to floe the-ir homes lust n i R h t , A hiiowl'iUl held tho gas io t h e g r o u n d , tho danger of tiro t r e m e i u h uly. 720 69-1. 570--1SS4 I 112-- 410 ' 110-- 3 T O ' - 105' 171-- 3!)2, 167-- 5 7 1 i 117-- 2i):»! ClnsxIHed A r h c . f i s n m f ills results. TT» thorn Paris to Become Center Of Scientific Research My SAMUICl, D A H I I U O I , ! United Press Staff C'orrespomlonr. PARIS, Jan 22. - Paris an ilif scientific reso.nVli c e n t e r )f K u r o p o is Coreseen as ;i result of the an- noiiiH'enient oi a Uockeloller a n n a t i o n ot $(j,OtlO,000 to tho Faculty of AU'di- cine, to le fouhcnmiim if t h e Pi em h O u v e r n m c n t aul)Kcril)C'a an r t i u i v l a m o u n t . Prior to Ihe Horket'ellcr a i i n o i n i r r - menl, the K a i n l t y oi Mndlcnu 1 wits casting a b o u t for iurncr f i n u r l ^ T K . Tlse oll hulldiiiR In the Kno Wcoie Ai- iVIodkinc, a m e m b p r of the I n s - t l i u l f said todav, wiu, only large pnougli for the accommodation of 1,000 s t u d ^ n ' - . It was intimated the new school w i l l be built out bryond tho Sorbonui'. on tho far edge 01' the Latin quarte-r. A s t i m u l a n t l.o Rcienlific p u r n u i t u has boon give i by contemplation of I ho new plans, and it ib deMiuvd Paris w i l l for? P a h e a d In t h i s pliaso of o d n c a t i o n . a i l r a c t i n g t h o u K n i u l ' , ,t' s t u d e n t s who now prefer (i'Mnian f a f l l l t i o s The world ,renowned Pa-- t o u r . I n s t i t u t e and ( i i o ( u n r I n s i H u t c ol' J t i u i i u m ,ir- m i l k i n g progro-'ii in scHTitilic resiMivb, I he CoJ'im r cof- ( r n t r a i i n g o n l u b c n n h i r i p r u m s Progress, il is t i l u l e d , h is jbee.i m u d o r e c e n t l y in flu itmly of iin'anlile mid h o r e d l t a i ' j m b c M c ulosis. I Tests l . t k e n 1.1 ch i Id i oil's hospitals have s h o w n the scrums Io be el- (icaclous but l!if i n s t i l u t i i ·( couuerva- livo in .ibserung its c l a i m s to , i d u l t ritvr-.s. J l u c h p x u p r n i K n t . i t Ion bus b p e n ' d o i i i ' on caltlo, l u b e r c u l o M s , phHK'saiis asserUni;, often Uriug convoyed tp h u m a n beings t h r o u g h liac- l e r i a laden m i l k . , Tho w a r laiii?bt PIMI-.I p'a hi' u b o m s u r c p r y hnl much niiire u l X ' U t Uie nervous system on w r i e h ciinsldyr- ablc roseavch la beius made. II was, a French doctor who find, applied q u in! IIP. Taxes Are Higher in France than Elsewhere PAULS, ,1, u. 2 2 -- I n c o m p i i i N i o n w i l l i t b p l o t i i l i i i \ i i ) t i i i l r o v e n u p o f Ilio various Had m l , [fniiu'e o x f f a c l H t h o heaviest pi iiccortiing t Federation TheHe Hpi t i o n I D iu'i t ft k PS 22 i w h i c h 1« t i er Gre-ai ( jipproxnu In Need ol HomeUiingr T T h e n 'ise our ClasMilod Coluttinp, U.«« o u r rlns'ilfit-d a r l v o r t i s e n i e n l B - mintage- in l e d e r a l t a x e - j i ..I H I ifitics of tho N a t i o n a l ,;l HYpnch T i i x p a j c r s i t j i i f i l j o w l l i a t in pr-opor- l u ' l i o i i i i l r o v P i i u p , HYaiife ! c e n t for n a t i o n a l tax?«, r v i e r ( b a n a n y g r o u t pow- r i l a l n la second, collecting iy one-fifth of hei c o u n - try'u toUi i - i v o n u c . (Tormany, norord- I I I R Io i h , F i u l o r u t i o i i , lakop IS per c p n t , -wlii!" i l lu United HUtes o o l l e c t H 10 per com Another (be fltndy cent t o t h · port of m«n not exi-t e'. t h e U n i t e ' ' la It^ 25 p p O e r m i i n y t i two per co\ F r a n c e a l l ago of i n h o r 1 I n n c o of |62 mont takes fMM'on por eft R p l K h i m flvp . f o u n d i n g r e v e l a t i o n o f I hut Franco pays ".''! per lovei'iiincut for tl e I r n n H i M i n d i s e , a tax which, dow. i u r in (iron B r i t a i n or · t a l P f i . Spain, however, . ' p u t in t h e Bam a m a n n e r , P»-r rent, and Belgium 'nk«H « heavy [jprrent- i . i i l money. On a./ Inhpri- I) or over the (iovern- per ronl, 'Ongland rjorniany Hlx J I P P cent, 'I 1 (Till. Ohiopyle O H I O P V h K , .Inn. 'JS--T1VP . funer.'i t t p i - v i f o l o r \V 1 1 . l u i f f C T t y , w h o d i e d M i d d r n i j F r i d a y «;i* h o l d i n t h e M n p - t i s t C h u r c h Momlaj it w a s l.-n-Kfly a t t e n d e d . llov. F. S \ V o t l i n n n o f f i - ciated. H i m o l j w a s miido in i- u g u r C!rove Cetnotcnf. Miss R u t l i K i j f l p r l y . niir.si 1 a i \ S a l t c r KPCd M o ° ! ) l K i l , W a i h l l l B t o l l , I'PtnriK'd 'J'ueKday a l l p i u p e n d i n g u I P W dii .'« at her h o m e here Miss K u i i i c o l t J i f f c r t , u i i i r - e ·)' A l l e g h e n y (!em?iMl I l c H p i l a l , I ' l t t e ' j n r j ; n t t c n d e d t h e t u n e r a l of h e i R atid- lather, \V. 11. H a f f c - i t y iin.l f H l i ' r n o d M o n d . i v c\ p i l i n g . 11. \V. \\\ i p l r e y motored to r m o u - tou'ii Tuesday on b i i f e i n u s n Mrs Georgp I I ' M ' S h b ^ r g p r and c! U K l i l o r , Mildred. anl son. G S e n t i , of V o u n t P l o a B a n t ww-p c n l l i n g o n f r l e i u l s H u n d a y . JMi-B F. K. H i i l l o \ him none to C o n - u p l l s v i l l c t o B p c n d « l e w dayh w i t h f r i e n d s . Mrs. D. P. Collins was n s h o p p i v in CJonhellMvlHe Batuixlay. Miflfl M a r y U n f f o r t y . clerU ;i! IK? li. \V. W b l p k e y siore. who had been ill tit her h o m p Is a b l e Io bt arouirl \ V h o l o t o Fii'lds ( h e S I / j r r y Moore ol P t l t e h u r g m o l o r ' H t to D h i o p y l o M o u d a j and spenl th* d a y . I Sold by American Oil Co. er / i c e Stations by progressive dealers at rt gular gas prices AMERICAN OIL COMPANY, General Offices. Baltimore, Md. Afiiliated with Pan Americnn Pcublcum Trnnspon Cotnpa y Brnncli Office: Foot of Lillian Street, UniontowH, Fa, JL'iiouo bf «r b^ Uy I I A K i n .1 H O l . l . O W A V I , 1 1 ! ii I ' l l . . M i l l " 'in I i " t p t n n l r t ! ( H \T()N Hrn'Ot!, ],:«., Jan 22--1!'^ ( a t i p i u t t l i i R time in l,nnisian,i and Hip swish of t h e biR h n i v o s throuph t h e l e n d e r j u i c y s l n l l t s a n d tho liiiiKh- i p r ' o f ( h o ni'Ki'o worhoiv iti uuiHic ovoi i he f o u n d y - l d p H n n d i e i l f - of JH i;rx"i-- men, their wives and t l i p c ! i i l l i e n , have talion (o t l i o lie-lN i n ( l i e I n u l a n d - . HourH Miov toil, l i a r v f - o t l n j ; tlip R J ^ a l sinlks, \vhirh l a t e r w i l l heroine n u ^ i r , synip and other hixnild, of modern l i l o . It is a colorful hiffht-- OHO that iniifit rptsoinbli 1 tin 1 Ctirly davb lefir3' thf bliicli man wins K I V P I I hl' froedojn. H a p p y , i . t r p f r p e in i l i o i r jeans and llowiriR ikirt'-i. llnvn p°»Ul« toll easllj, IOIIR, R p o m i n p h w i t h o u t i ara of dav or h o u r C n n c f i i U j n ^ l i m e i^ a g.ila. occasion in m a n y IN a is for1lto-r fiimplo pcopJfi who llvr b e h i n d the g u m ) lnvor«j which hold f h p waters of tlm M.teaientpi:! rlypr from ihoir homi'fi. In Ri-on-pe they pathpr and Dusky iwdp, who m\i«i( iws 1 strength o r g i a n l R , lonnpe lazily o n t h n ground. Haiulnna-h(s-L|pcl womon gather about them.- Ono pieks on, an old banjo, Jlo ptrunan tho worn R ( r i n K « and another slngii. Their rninule^ of recreation mid cam- vernation, however, soon, aro haltod A Biiporvlaor, hi«i wbitt* far-o tan nod up th-p sun to a heavy brown, rides np and riirtly orders the mon back to their knives and the ivniimn aad children to their long bundles o£ and twine. The mon oirt the tall Hj,_ Which, eeem to gi-ow baphn^rmlly--en l«nfla that it io alrnofct Jjnposalble t u w n l k t h r o u g h tho fiold Tha woroftn a n d children Htber s t a c k tTi/a cimo or carry it on i h n i r backs to wagons, wh^re tt is loaded and carried, to th«» refinery. In th« enantips bounding tho Ho1d,=. the olri mammies arid their npoue«*, hold. sway. They tend the babicfl and prepare the rnoals. 8omctim«i an old raarnmr places a basket of food and water on hoi- head and tottera to the fields. There is almont always an offering for "mintall," tlio *-iUpoi"vl6or. At night tho loilere aro scon gathered in frout of a cabin--lounffinpr around a pine fire. Thoir oongK nnd dancM are fascinating. Sometimes a Jugf is passed around tbo clrclo. AToro nwrrttnent. A dusky gir). her h a i r greased tightly to her head, wnndftrn away u n d e r tho mo«« covered oakn with h«r sweatheturt. The old folkfl hobble liomo early the smaller children. The youns marry late. Tho joys ot a movie or the t h r i l l of an auto ride aro irn- h now n to most ol tln»lr nlmple Tt'a labor today and play tonight. HI'ORTS GLEANINGS Carnesip Tech, which lia. 1 ? boon fret- t i n g bimippil arouml ronMdprably thin yp-ar, lost a f.loBO decision to ronov;i, 3S-35. * * « Thiol proved a MR npsot Jn eol- legrlato basketball olrclos, last nlglit when its quintet dropped Gi-ovo City by a scoro of 23-2B. * » » West Ne^wton registered a crre-twlni; victory over Monongahela last nif?Jif, 20-19. * m · Tho visit of the Scottdufo *rtfb liero ou Friday ovo-nlnj? will bo t'ho slgnat for a rush, of fans to jam tho gymnasium. A Scottdal or IFniontowa ooateat, always draws capacily UO-UHCS, * » » Too victory of. the Cokers last nt^ht over Mount Pleasant adds considerable Interest to tho KcoUxlalo nicnt. FIVE TYPHOID CASES REPORTED AT ML PLEASANT Syeuial Lo Tho Coruriejrii MOUNT Pr/fOASANT, Jail, E3(-» Charles Whnten, 19 y-eairs old, aad .lames Waters, 20, of Standard hava been admtttf^i'to the Memorial Hospital, suffering with typhoid fcvon, Five casos of typhoid liavo developed,in and around town. In, eocli instance It has bevu men who hav»? drank water at tho Standard miiMV tti was said. tt was said the dlscaso haa betat traced to water iu tha mdao ad Standard and an invpstignffou Is under way to determine tho sou«s«. West Penn Powet Output Showed Gafsn Thy WPS! Penn K l p c t r i c ,, w h i o b c o n t r o l * ihs electric subfiidiar- len of t l i o A m e r i c a n Water Dorics anti K k ' c u l u Company, inc., reports power o u t p u t io r e g u l a r cnstomors of 1(54,; !in5,!)G5 k i l o w a t t h o u i s for the month I of December, 1020, an increase of 7.5S p e r cent ovpr t l i p o u t p u t of 353,374,800 k i l o w a t t h o u r s for iho month n£ J)o- i ember, I!)28. Knr tliii VI m o n t h s of 1929 i o u t p u t to l o f r u U r c-u.stomora totaled | 1,931,047,548 k i l o w a t t honrH, which IB ' Kri'ator by !' 50 per cent than the on*i p u t for tlio lorrospnmlinK porlqd of 1D2S, w h i c h was 1,7C.",, 1IJS.095 kilowatt hours, · Th«y Ads, Patronise those who a4sert!trtii, '!

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