The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 23, 1930 · Page 3
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January 23, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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TIltlRSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNHLLS PA. PAGE THREE' OFFERED OR SCOUT WEEK I ATNK10TTDALE First National BJlnk Will IJut Up Cask for jllndivlduul And Troop jjJhowlngs. OPEN MEETING ON FEBRUARY 13 Better Telephone Service In Sight for Residents of The Indian Creek Valley -0 Bank jHoId-Up Said to Cover Shortage Special to Tho Courier SCOTT'DALE, Jan. 23-- Tho First National Bank hasi offered a cash prise t o tho Boy Scout who has the beat Individual exhibition of handicraft tit tho community exposition to be held aunlvo«wry week, February 7 to 13. Tho bank will also glvo a cash prize to tho troop having the beet display. No room luifl boon reuured a« yet but planB are going- along rapUUy for one of tho boat anniversary voeke yet hold. Tho wlndup of Scout Week will come on February 13, when a meeting will bo hold at tho armory, whore tho p.ironts of the Scouts and frlonl« will bo entertained. V Scout picture will bo a feature, with recognition made to tho Scouts awarded merit badges at last Monday night's court of honor held at the Y. M. C. A At this mooting;, one l i f e badge, one eagle badge and two star badgca will be presented. Troop 5, eponsored by the Scottdalu Volunteer Fire Department, held ita regular meeting at tho borough build- Ing l««t evening nnd was addressed by ' Burgesm C. F. LtMvls. Oommltteeman Isaac Holllneon wa« also present. Miss Margorv Los\o of Cheotmit street has been named assessor Iti First "Ward to su.-ceed S. B. Reed, who riled December 2,f. Walter Miller has been named assessor to succeed W. II Hhodea, of the 'Ihlid Waid, who died December 21. Charity Fund Exhausted. The Associated Charities IB hard pressed to meet tho demands of the needy at thl« time. Many groceries and 'much coal sue requeated at this time Rnd the organization Is without funds. Persons wishing to donate aie asked to 6ond nonoy lo the treasurer or any member of the board Auditing Horoiiffh Hooks. Borough Auditors II K Lynn, Walter B. Null and V II Galbralth began work last evening on tho audit- Ing of tho borough Uuoks Junior Degree Work. Tho Junior Order of Ameiican Mechanics will hold it« regular meeting on Thursday evening Degree w o r k will be put on. All members are requested to bo present. Blblo Class Reorganizes. The Men's Bible Class of Trinity Reformed Church has reorganl/ed and elected the f o l l o w i n g ofllceie Preet- dent, J. II. Pntts; vlcp-presidentj Harry Snare; sccictary, Lloyd Uber; tioafcuior, Paul Pietls. The- first icgu- lar meeting of the Botioty \ \ i l l bo held at tho home o£ Thomas DoUui on February 7 J i m m y Seibert Under Knife. Word ·was received here yesterday of an operation for appendicitis 011 l i m m y Seibcrt, 10 years old, t,on o£ Mr. and Mis Scott Se-ibert of Thompson No. 1 at tho Unlontown Hospital. J i m m y is a yejihew of Mts. Howard M i n o r of Mulberry street. Rev, Myers' Funeral. TCev. AV. A. Crofford of Johnstown. assisted by Rev. G. R Bcinhard of Columbus, Ohio, ofllciatcd at tho funeral Monday of Ilev II S. Myers, who died Friday evening The service M a s «t the home in Market street. '1 he opening p 'ayer was offered by He-v. J W. Witherspoou o£ the Pres- t» terlan Church, and the Scripture i oadint; was given by Rev. Roy E. Wuittemore of tho Baptist Church. A quartet composed o£ Haiold Camlin, Walter Camlin, Robert II. Camlin and David Poolo, lendered special music. "allbearorB weie Myeis Stoelc, Clyde 1'oole, Emmlt Boyle, Bert Glenn, Klj*ar Foster and M. S. Simpson, all nephews with the exception dt Mr. Simpson. I n t e r m e n t \\as made iu the Mount Lebanon Cemeteiy at Tarr, Personals. Mrs. Stell.i Copcly has loft for the Kiiht to visit with trloudti. Mrs. S, U. "\\auganuiri has left for her homo «t Oateiburg, after a visit w i t h her s,on, Merle Waugarnan. Auction sale uC Wonnei's warehouse f u r n i t u r e stock, e t a t t t n g Filclay, January 2Uh, 2:30 and 7:30 P. M , at Wenner'fl Store, next to Waiting Room, i- cottdate. -- Advei tketnent -- 23janlt. Train Wai Lato Thp New Yorker tells of a gentle- mnu who had been sleeping In the walling room of tho Great Neck mil way sin lion. He wus awakened suddenly and stincd about. "Got to get the 4:0i-- the 4:07." he muttered. This was a p p u e n t l y addiessed to a mil'! man sitting next to him. who. t h i n k i n g ho detected belligerence In (.he tone, retreated Into his newspaper* The other's gate finally settled on the clock on the wall. "Six o'clock.'' he murmured. "(I'm . . . the '1:07'a fate." He settled down nnd went back to ileep.--IJostoii Globe. Adventurer* 'Hie. -I m i l * am l o n g - l i v e d i n d e e d ; Bo**t ^eMei « sft'in f u i h u n ' K o b l n s o n O r u - i o u ' a t l l l w e ranii, U u t \sdcr» l» '"i r u d e r Hum"? ;John R. Duffy, cbnshicr of tho (Merrill State Bank, Merrill, Mich., (is said to have confessed that ho ·faked a holdup to cover his shortage. Stata bank examiners will [attempt to check up the extent [of the bank's ehortajje. Duffy 'claims the amount taken wa« $3,600. Th« bogus holditp was re|porter Jftnu-ary_8th.. STATE ROAD NEAR WALTERSBURG IS TO BE RELOCATED Three Grade dressings Will Be Eliminated on llouto Ko. 2S8. COST ESTIMATED AT $153,874. B} U n i t e d Pre" IIAHRISBURG, Jan. 23--Relocation oil a sec-lion ot Ko\ito 2SS, the main highway between Uaionlowu a n d . Pittbbiug, and tho onslruction of a concrete bridge to c i n y the highway over tho tracks of th Redstone branch of the .Pennsylvania Railroad iu Monallen township, Payette county, at a point a half mile north of Waltersburg, -ya.fi ordeied loday by tho Public Service Commission. The relocated highway and the new bridge will abolish three grade crossings which now exis' within a distance of 1,700 feet in M( nall^n township and which were found "by lhe commission to be dangerou- to the traveling public. It is estimated the improvement will cost $153,871, of w i n c h $4,000 is estimated afe compensation for propeity damages. The improvement Is directed to be completed l)y Dec en her 81, next. Tho Pennsylvania Railioad ie to pav one-half ot the aciual construction cost ot tho *couciet span over Its tracks and Fayette county is to pay all compensation for property damages. Proceedings In th case were insti- tiued ~oy the Stato Highway Department. The recent reorganisation ot the Lain el Hill Telephone Company IB ex- poclod lo bring about impioved communication f a i l l i t i e f i to the many losl- dents of the Indian Cieek Valley ^ Atroadj the- new offlceiB have mstl- tuteJ plans by which, it is hoped, w i t h i n e i c months, to piovlde the sub- sciibeis with bettor hcivice- than has over been experienced Arrangements hav boen woikcd out lo icbulM all of tho lines in the Valley and two expeil- enced linemen aie at tho task William S ChrKUner, justice of tho peace at Indian Head, has been employed by the newly elected loard of diiectore to seivo In tho capacity of goneial manager. He also'H acting as secretary. Tho new board of directors Is mode u p of tho following f. C Kalp, president, Clyde Brooks, treaeutei; l l a i i y Sparks, secretary, O. C Brown, vico-pm,ident, Oeoigp Livingston, manager The position of vUe-piost- dont was created at the reorganisation meeting of the d i i e c t o i a who w o r e named at the ioc«Mit gathering of the stookhoh'eis, Mr. Kalp is tho only one of the live directory to be 10- tiilucd. 3Io was continued at tho head of the organisation The old board of diroctoie was made up of the following. S C. Kalp, president; S E. Solomon, treasuier; W. G. Hcatotler, general nmuagei, Kmeiy llostetlei, secielary. and F B. Keaslai, the^ftfth moinDor A l t h o u g h t h e i o a t e uut 50 sub- ocriberts of tho Laurel Hill Telephone C o m p a n j at the piesont time, the dl- lectorati is planning sucH improvement*) to flio service that tho number of peisons on the telephone lolls will be doubled before the work of rebuilding of 110 lines is completed, it wan said. Ji-flt how noon tho tavsk will be finished la not doflritely established although the- project w i l l bo rualuKl 36 raplc'ly as possible hy Walter White and Erueat Senift, both ( x p c t l - enced linemen. Sq.ulio Chrletwr, tho general manager, li= to h a v e uupor- vision o j the work It is undoi stood that the Bell Tolo- pbone C o m p a n y officials h\\ promised their hoaity coopeiatlon to 1m- piove the scivico In. the mountain district I n c i d e n t a l l y Uio linen of tho two concerns aie connected through Oonnelh vllle, thus providing an outlet for tho communication facilities of the- Indian Cieolc Valley and un inlet for the Bell Telephone Company aeivice Into that section. The I/aurel Hill Toll ;IMUU Company supplios i i u b s u i b e i ^ at Indian Head, Mill R u n , ormalvlll«, White I'oatofllce, Melcroft, Konlar School, Davisto'vn, Champion and Trent, tho last named in Somerset county The exchange, located along f h o Indian lit iU road between Imllan Head and JDftvietown, i-^ flald to bo in veiy 1 good condition Tho switchboard hn« I boen thoroughly i c n o v a t e d H o w e v e r o t h e r Itnprovomonl woik is to bo made, thua m a k i n g it one- of the inont protlciotit exch-angea in tho region. WHAT SHE DISLIKED rinsfilied Bring results TIT them. "Ma 15 Kennedy's Letters \ Turned Over to Jury He--Don't you like my company J She--3Tour company la nil right, but I don't c«re for you, THE BUS Or Kxtinct Law Stuik'iit -- W h a t would you ml! woman wtio lias nothing to sa, ? Attorney--J'losicnlly c\tiuudtetl. Thofir«t application oi Muiteiola ottfli bflilga r c l i r f . U a c d o n i o every hour for 5 liourt it ihoulcl ft in eomptcl« co«nfoit. Charges fhat "a big blond ma» with curly hail, i ho traveled with sister" -was in r al command oi nftairs at Angelus temple, and, thai member* of tlv temple boaid were orly "a set of tin soldiers," were contained in a letter writtei. by Mis. Minnip ' Ma" Kennedy to Mrj. W. J. Crawford (above) This letter, as %\ell as two othei letters written b / Mrs. Kennedy to Sfrn. Crawl ord, has been turned over to he Los Angeles district B-.torney office and may be presented If aftfre the 1080 grand Jury- our busses put money in the hank for A^pu. W hen you travel by bus you are saving about oae hall the cost ot any olher neana of transportation. 4 Wood St. Pittsburg in vain rcentea* IH'M**' iitier, 1307-18921 'Coming events cast their shadows before" By refraining from overindulgence, if you would maintain the modern figure of fashion ITie 'bewitching charm of soft, flattering curves ; ;; the lure of a graceful, modern figure ;.. don't spoil it by permitting your eyes to be bigger than your stomach. Be rioderate--be moderate in all things, even in smoking. Eat healthfully but not immo derately. Over-indulgence is not commended--when temptedto over-indulge, when your eyes are bigger than j'our stomach, reach for a lucky instead. Coming events cast their ihadows before. Avoid that future j,hadow by avoiding over-indulgence if you would maintain that modern, enchantingly-rounded figure. t ucky Striker the finest Cigarette j ou ever smoked, made of the finest tobacco--The Cream of the Crop--"IT'S TOASTED." Everyone knows that heat purifies and "TOASTING" not only ro o moves impurities but adds to the iiavor and improves the taste. It's toast *Be Moderate!.. Don't jeopardize the modern Form by drastic diets, harmful reducing girdles, fake reducing tablets or other qua ck "anti-fat" remedies condemned by the*Medical professior! Millions of dollars each year are wasted on thiese ridiculous and dangerous nostrums. Be Sensible! Be Moderate! We do not represent that smoking Lucky Sti-lkt Cigarettes will bring modern figures or cause the reductioc of flesh. We do declare that when tempted to do y Durself too well, if you will "Reach for a Lucky" instead, you will thus avoid over-indulgence in things that ause excess weight and, by avoiding over-indulgence, maintain a modern, graceful form. TUNE IN--' he Lucky Strike Dance Orchestra, every Saturday night, over a coast to-coast network of the N. B. C. © 1930, The American Tobacco Co , Mirs MILE-A-MI1VUTE MARTY Werttieiiner Motor Co., W. CnuU'onl \ W^«TY M(f1S£LF O L L Y - A W N C SWEETIE ', 0NCr TO S H O W P O L U Y - A N N C A OOO U. W I N HER" SAYS T H E H 6 J U S T SOOO-HT A USED CAR P R WERTHEIMER MOTOR CO, WATCH rAftRTY'S 192V Stiulebake · Cominaiulcr Coupe J!)28 Ussrx Con 10 1928 Essox Sod in We've worked so hard to gain a reputation for square-dealing, there is no sale important enough to tempt us to endanger that reputation. 1928 Hudson Brougham. H)2« Chandler Sedan 1920 Hudson Brougham. _M O T O R CO,A_CH._,,UNE S [s Use of Cocktail Shaker Now Lt gal? LOS ANGELES, Jan 22--Th s talus of a coT'ktiUl bliakfr H the i oint at sufr in Untted StuLe«i D l a t t k Court hero. Is u cocktail imxot iiiatiut, i L u i lag liquor.' An iiidlctmout cluu-tHl JofcJiJli D. .Uuiphy \\ith pottstnilon tiud u-inufac- t u i o of whldky He uJniltt tl the count of pos^eat-lon, tut pleat ed that ho v.is c u t t i n g t a i n tUcoho! a 1 d making cocktails w h i c h he felt /as not m a n u f a c t u i i n p c , In the seiiwe oC (lie Kin Tho U n i t e d SUHcs d u t i icl ,it 01 IIPY'S o f l t t r foil t h a i U \\ ,i« Mm p h j -. coini- «.pl areued that if t l i p i n i i i t t n i s l n u r t t h e m i x i n g of w a t c i inrl al ihol ^ manuliicturiiig liciiior llaen. an. person mixing- alcoliQl with other Hatiids svould be guilty o£ the oflense-. The caso is under ad\ iseruent. Mcyersdale MKYEKSUALE, Jan '21--A birthday p a i t y was lield at tae home- of Mr. and M I T W. I. IJahl on Tuesday evening iu hutioi of M i a Dahl who was the l e c i p l e u t of manv beautiful gift*.. The e v e n i n g was d e l i g h t f u l l y spent in p l a j m g Hve h u n d i e d and at the conclusion of the game a d a i n t y Hnii'li vv«d 661 ved Very Rev. J. J Biddy i c t u i u e d We-dnesdciy morning lrom New YoiU \ \ h e i e he had neen a t t e n d i n g thp f u u - c i a l of ,1 i o l a l i s f M i s ''S Ut(M Dodson w e n t try. Oon- n p l l h I l l P \ \ e d n p = d a v for a few day.' islt w itji f r i e n d s Mre, 11. K AIlllci of llockwoud Wednesday ^felting and chopping here Lloyd Vought bpent AVedne«day trantactiug businp-s in Someisel. Misses Minnie, Olna C a i i i e and Margaret Dia w e i e \ l a U l j ; in Wiiulbei on Tuesday R. A H t i v e i ol Uedfui ! s p e n t sov- eral days d i n i n g t h e v v e i k h«e w i t h his iiiecy, Aiis Kugetie A j u g l e IVIra. Lillian Mueao of Sttlnsvalo )b lieii* lor a few niontlis' .'-tay \ v i i h her brothei-liilaw and si^tei, \Ji and Wii, W 11 Kllngainan Mi. and Mib A A L o r t n t / and Mrs Fieeman Maul vibited in Someiset Mm ROBS Ickes and 11 tie eon have t e t u i n e d to thoir home in Altoona a f t o r a A l s i l h e i e w i t h relative 1 ;-, a n d f i l ^ n d s Mrs Thomas Horn of 1 ' i t t s l n i i ir i-pc nt HIP jwM \ \ r n k liojfv \ isit mn V i i l h hoi rol«ti\c(-, .Mr au ! U"- i ' H llldll. Mr« J o h n Adnmson is spending a few d.tyv, «itli her ssslei, Mi« John flewc's in i'ittsljuiv Confluence rOM-'LUKNC'E. .Tan 2'! -- l o h n Hush W d i l lo Hock w o o d P s l i ! d \ f(i UailR- u t bUsiuts^ An o p u e t t a , ' T h o \\ h i d m l l l s of Holland," mil bo pi i ,cnted b\ tin* lilgli sihool stiuJujits F e b i u a i N It iu thi high si hool n i i d i t o i i u n i lieie lj. L Bcgg-5 was a l e e e n t l)Ublnes*i \!s,toi to UiuoiUo\Mi and Brownfa\llle. Woik on the no\\ C l u K t i a n Church is ponig stcadly f o r \ \ a i d F. K Wns- iiiB ib the conticiclor 11 l B l l l l l \ \ f ) l t l l V . . J S ,i visitor to Humbert v p - j ' p i d r i v Ke.ii at t i n s J 11 w i n i e r w.itlior p t c v i t l s ni idav. N u h o K of Snni bupinoss visitor hcio

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