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r - A U W T K N . THE DArLY COURIER, CONNEIXSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1339. Courier Classified Advertisements -CLASSIFIED AD RATES- For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line. 9c cash; lOc charge. Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; So charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6. Times or More: Per line, Gc cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks/'.'-SOcTlat Rate. ' Phone 12 or 13 for an Acj-Taker Special--Your Ad-Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks WISN1EWSKJ--We lake this means o£ thanking our many friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy, extended Ui during our recent sad bereavement, the death of our dear ion and brother, Edward WisnlewsXi. Especi ally do we wish to thank those who sent (lowers, those who so kindly furnished cars and all who assisted us in any way. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wlsnlcwskl and family. Personals MEN OLD AT 401--Get pep. New - Ostrex Tcnic'- Tablets contain raw oyster Invijorators and other stimu* lants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special price 80s. Call, write Union Drug Co. " Automotive Automobiles for Sale U EXCELLENT VALUES DJ GOOD USED CAKS1 1938 Ford Tudor Deluxe Sedan'-wiUT-vcry. low mileage, used very little as' a" demonstrator. $235 Down: · 532.70 · Monthly. 1537 Chevrolet Sedan. $160 Down: sa.80. Monthly. 1037 Ford V-8 Tudor Sedan. $150 Down: $2282 Monthly. , . .. .. 1837 Ford V-8 2-door Sedan. $139 Down;$21.65 Monthly. 1D36 Dodge Deluxe Coupe, equipped with' Radio and Heater. ?150 Down: $2282 Monthly. 1935 Ford V-8 «-door Sedan. $116 Down: $20.20 Monthly. 1935 Ford Tudor Sedan. $118 Down;"$20iO Monthly. - t 1933 Ford 2-door Sedan. $70 Down: $1350 ' Monthly. ,"_^.. 1932 Oldsmoblle "B'-Scdan, ?125. 1931 Ford Deluxe Roadster; -*40. 1930 Ford Roadster. $35. ..;· .' 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan. $40.- EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYS! 1935 Chevrolet H-ton Pickup Truck. 1933 Ford V-t. 115-ton Truck, equipped with special Produce Body, dual rear wheels. $100 Down; $21.70 Monthly. Very. Very Easy Terms! %VEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. W. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 EXCELLENT BUYS IN BETTER USED CARS! 1907 Dodge 4-door Trunk Sedan equipped with Radio. Heater, Defroster. Carefully cared for. has low mlleaRc. sweet motor and next to new rubber. 1935 Hudson 4-door Sedan with 23.000 carefully driven miles. S105 Down and only $19.77 monthly. 1934 Dodge 4-door Sedan with many unused mile:., selling at 5195. 1930 Oldsmobile Sedan with Hood tires and plenty of serviceable miles still 1o Ro. 1937 G. M. C. Pick-up Truck with 126 incli whcclbasc. equipped with 7.00 Heavy Duty Tires. % Terms Arranged To Please! · YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. BUICK SALES (t SERVICE. 312 SO. P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. "We Never ClobC." Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 EARN UP TO $18 WEEKLY COMMISSION--Taking orders for Pure Silk Hosiery, 3 pairs $1.25. Perfect Fit Hosiery. AE-221 N. Broad, Philadelphia. Pa. Help Wanted--Male BECOME THE PROUD OWNER--Of your own home. Let me tell you how . . . stop in today or phone. 1760. Also buildlni; lots In all sections. Wm. P. McNulty. Eagles Building. South Arch Street. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHEB'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHONE OC43 322 SO PITTSBURG ST. Open Evenings! Open Sundaysl SEE THEM TODAY 1 O.-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 0 o'clock.' ·A REAL BUY--1938 Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan with trunk, equipped with Radio. Heater, Twin Defrosters, Fog Lights, etc. In excellent condition, driven only 12,000 mllea. Priced to sell quickly. Demonstrate anytime. John Frisbcc. Phone 331. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234. USED CARS1 SEE OUR SELECTION] E E VAN SCOY. INC.. 253 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. ·A FEW MINUTES spent In looking over the classified' nds each day will save you many hours and dollars In getting just what you want. SKATES SHARPENED BY MACHINE-Hollow ground. 25c pair. Saw filing and all edged tools'sharpened. R. D. Ten- ncnt. 208 W. "Washington Avenue. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 , INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375. T D GARDNER MGH. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James It. Laughlln-- INSURANCE See mr- for rates. 300 First National Bank Bulldlnc Phone 520. Moving. Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE SO. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. . "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storage For Household- Goods. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer. 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phono 183 Printing, Encravlne, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN 'E S T 1 M A' T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Hand Blllsl-Blndlngl--Calling Cardil BUI Heads!--Letter Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sato Cards! No Trespassing Sign* For Satcl All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Ratcsl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 03. DAILY COURIER BLDG, OB PHONE' RESIDENCE,. 01. Professional Scrvfoes- 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A- A. Clarke. PH G - Druggist. 323 North ^Pittsburg Street. Phono 194. * TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 11 3 36 12 33 25 JO 17 20- 37 IS 30 ACROSS 1-- Kind of 20-- Turkish title carriage 22 -- Encounter 5 -- Russian 23 -- Male deer house 24 -- Damage 9-- Scent 2d -- A volt- 1C -- Unfasten ampere 11-- Films that 27-- By form on cop- 28 -- A fissile rock per and 30 -- Twice bronze (prefix) 14 -- Become old 31 -- A disease of 15 -- Type sheep measure 33 -- Beg 16 -- Slant 35-- Junction lg -- West Africa 37 -- Calamitous (abbr.) 3S-- Ogles 19 -- Otherwise 39 -- Serious DOWN 1 -- Canters 6 -- Mineral 2-- First man spring 17--Marked with 24--Capital of tha letters Netherlands 19--Ever (con- 25--Pale traction) 26--Name 21-Entang,e jgZ^ 10 f ° W ' 22--Insubordlna- 32--Expire a ° n 34--Girl's name 23--A seasoning 36--A bone Answer to previous puzzle c c x particle ex- g-- Near K,?± Snc - (poetic) gallon 10-- Employ 4-- Falling drops J2 _snug abode 5-- At home 13-- Hail! Ccpytijhi, 19}?. Kin* tenure* Syndicate, Inc. OPKN RAWLEIGH ROUTES--Arc scarce but wo arc *o vast an organization expansion creates ncxv opportunities. If ambitious Industrious, willing to stnrt with sood earning and increase rapidly \\rltu for f u l l information. We supply sale*-. iidvcrtKinR. literature--alt H you need. l(aulcl£h'h, Dcpt. FXA-107-118, Chester, Pa. Financial Need Money NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $300 or If.vs on j o u r ^Knature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Merchandise Buildincs. Bulldinc Materials 53 :OMPLETK LINE--Of Sherwin-Williams Paints, for interior and exterior purpose*-. Stone Si Work. Phone 1700 Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS UIT US HELP YOU MAKE SDME MONEY1 HERE'S HOW--You can Ond a market, for your f.irm products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your live stock And household coods by run nine * smnlt Inexpensive ad tn our Classified Section. Tncro y you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Daily Courier coven « large area and your advertisement will be rend by many people who are looking for Just tho thine J you have for sale. NOTE: All classified ads arc payable In advance You will find our rates In the above Classified Ilcadinc. Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coal. 100 b u , Be delivered; 50 bu . flc delivered; 25 bu , 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. GENTJINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dull tc Son. Phone 107 or call Dawson, 32C1 and 3631. 0-FT. COAL--30 buihcl or more. 9*/6c per bushel, delivered. Phone 1332-J. Household Goods 59 FOR SALE--IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS IN USED FURNITURE. CALL AT DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE 50. AFTER INVENTORY SALEI ALL FURNITURE 'i OFFII1 WE TAKE TRADE-INS! MERVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020, Machinery and Tools Cl - USED FARM MACHINERY 3-F-32 Farmnll; 1-12-20 McCormlck-Dccr- intf; II Fordson Tractors: 1-15-ln. Caterpillar; 1-John Deere Thresher, A-l condition; 1 McCormick-Dcerlnn Power Unit, 50 H. P.; 1 Hercules Power Unit CO II. P.;-l Continental P. U. « II. P.; 1-40 II, P. OH Pull Power Unit; 1-5 II. P Shaw with rubber tires and attachments; 1 Model M. Allls Chalmers. THE FARM EQUIPMENT CO., SOMERSET. PA. PHONE 551 Wanted--To Buy 66 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSI THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE' . . . WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING Iti . . . AT 50 PEB POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board FOR RENT--Sleeping room suitable foi one or two persons. Phone 2Q39-W. Rooms for QonscKecping 69 FOR RENT--Three furntbhcO room! private bath, electric rcfrl/ieration. Davidson Avenue. Phone 917. FOR RENT--Three furnlhed or unfur nishcd rooms, conveniences. Good lo cation. Phone 1410-W. FOR RE-NT--Two furnished light house keeping rooms. Phone 533-J. FOR RENT--Furnished light housekcep ing rooms at Poplar Grove. Phone 9671 Real Estate for Rent Business Places for Rent 75 WEIMEK- ARCADE--Entire second f ~ and room 13x70. street level. Available at once. PETER R WE1MER. WEIMER ARCADE. Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Seven room house, furnace, and bath. Hardwood floors. Inquire Robert Norrls. Phone. 505. FOR-RENT-- Bungalow suitable for small family. Located on South Plttsburg Street. Phone 3728. WHEN YOU HAVE something uhlci you would like to sell just call, 12 or 1 for a Classified ad-taker Your ad on thi: page will surely catch Ihe eyes of. Inter cstcd buyers. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate R PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENTI T. C. PHALIN :O. CONNELLSVILLE PA PHONE 075 Farms and Land for Sale 83 OR SALE--185 Acr« farm. 25 miles vouth cast of Uniontoivn. on improved road, bordering Youghloglicny River, \tith 45 acres of timber. Attractive location for summer home, hunting, fishing or agriculture. C.m be pur- chaved on e.tiy terms. Inquire Paul R Llston. "67 Brentwood Avc, Younfis- lown, Ohio. Phone 41061. llooscs for Sale 'OR SALE--Illgbcc farm, 43 ncres. Lower Tyrone Township House of nine rooms, bath and furnace, bank barn other outbuilding*. Plenty of water .·.mall orchard. Inquire. Robert Norrls Phone, 505. lOL'STON AVENUE. 21G -- Six room frajne house with bath, in the \cry of condition Immediate po^csr-lon Priced to K*ll at $1.500. Inquire. P,iU Wagoner. 1000 West Crawford Avenue Phone 148. Lots for Sale 85 'Oil SALE--Comer lot In Poplar Grove fronting on Stntc IIIghv.n at Swaucrr- town Intersection. For Information cali 12OT-R. Auctions-Legals I,real Notice*. KXlX'UTOIt'S NOTICE. Lee Smith, Attorney. ESTATE OF MARY CIlOPP. DE ceased Letters Testamentary on the Estate o Mary Cropp, late of Salt Lick Township fayetto County. Pa. deceased, having seen granted to the undersigned, notice s hereby given to all persons indebted to raid estate to make Immediate payment, and to tho*c having claims against the bame to present them, properly authcnti cated, for settlement. William E. Barnes. Executor, P. O. Addre'j, White, Pennsylvania. 22dec-Ct-thurs. Pratt Auxiliary Will Form Juniors Wednesday Nigh A meeting of eligible persons in terestcd in the organization of a jun ior auxiliary has been called for o'clock Wednesday evening at th Vanderbilt American Legion Horn by Ladies Auxiliary to Emery Lewi Pratt Post of the American Legion. The auxiliary met Tuesday nigh at the home of Miss Irene Zeka wit Mrs. Minnie May as co-hostess There were 14 members and fou visitors in attendance. After th business session, bingo was playe and lunch served. The winner of the door prize w,- Mrs. May, special bingo Mrs. Ann Maliskey, high bingo Mrs. Emme M. Addis, second Mrs. Bess Gray an low Mrs. Lucy Ferrari. The next auxiliary meeting will b held Tuesday night, February 14, a the home of Mrs. Edward Marot with Miss Lois Marottl as co-h»stcs Junior Varsity Topples Norwin In Close Battl Because of the brilliant playing o its Junior Varsity, Connellsvil High was able to gain an even spl with Norwin in the dual basketba attraction at the local gym Tuesda night, as the Orange and BlacI jayvccs turned back the visitors 21 18. Going on a scoring spree in th second quarter the local passer broke a 5-5 deadlock that existed a the end of the first period and led a the half, 14-0. A new team startc the 'cond half for Connellsville an played most of the third quarto Against this aggregation Norwi managed to narrow the lead to thre points but with the local startc back in for the last frame were un able to close the breach. The line-ups: Conncllivillc G. 'F. rt, Campbell, f 1 4-C Lujack, f 1 1-2 Jones, c __ 2 1-2 Landyniore, g 1 2-4 Lopes, g .. - - 1 1-2 Totals . . . . _ 6 9-16 Non-scoring substitucs--Sin- Sharp, Sherrick, Mancuso and V ncr. Norwin G. Cook, f 5 Irwln, f 1 Gangawaro, c ,, 1 Stough, g 1 Mayers, g ~. ,,___ _. 0 Totals 8 2-11 Non-scoring substitutes--Hcllma Karmazin and Uhhg. Scoring by quarters: Connellsville _ . 5 9 3 4--21 Norwin _ 5 1 8 4--18 Referees--Kline and McMullen. READ THIS FIRST: Elsie Uiltor. n beauty ?hop operator, taking the plnce of a frlrml for a week In tho privutn luilon of Atr.t. Horace Witherspoon, Sr,. finds herself involved In a murder mystery when Ornt the eccentric: old tnuy and later her mld- dli'-ngrd dauf;Ulcr-in-lnw nro fount! dead under the Jiumo hair drier. Klslc was nttondme each at tho time, though out o£ the salon lor a few momenta before discovering the old lady's death. A string of ctnoraldo. belonging to Mra. Witherspoon, Sr., aro ptnmj;cly mlsa- tnc. Ortaln members of tlio Wither- apoon family, and some- of the liouso Kiio-Htd. Mtrlko«» nn queer, Phil Benson, newspaper reporter nnd close Triunil of Klale. arrives nfl tho police launch ihctr invent [Ration. Ho fmmc- atcly plioncs for Mac Mclntyrc, head Tt the Chicago homlcldu anuad. who Jmppcna to bo In town. Meanwhile Jtlchanl and Daplmo Withernpoon, chll- (lren ot Ihc nocond victim, conduct HlH-mgclvoa odilly Ourlnj: quMtlonlnr;. Tlio (hlcf of pollen continucfl his Intcr- iroKatlon of nil thosrt nt tho Manor when jtJio two dcathfl occurred. (NOW CO ON WITII THE STORY) CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE · TOOTS LEMOINE looked defiant but anxious beneath her hard- boiled exterior. Hers was one post, I was willing to wager, that would not bcnr Investigation. Young Richard, his eyes axed glnsslly upon the celling-, appeared Ilsllc53 and indifferent, but the ,nervc at the base of his temple throbhcd violently. Daphne cased her restlessness by running her flngcra through and through her bright hair while she watched'Chief Ellis through half- closed litl.s. Mr. Horace iilone seemed unaffected by Ellis' statement. His expression was absent. I wondered whether he had deeply loved hio wife and whether her death had been a great shock and loss to him. It wa.T impossible to tell. Somehow the little man was so detached from life that It was difficult to as soclato him with any of lUs joys or norrows. "Now you!" Ellis pointed at Reginald Ainsworth. Tho beautiful young man of the polden curia met tho officer's gaze bl.indly. "What arc you doing at the Manor? How did you get here?" "I came by train!" Hcginald registered astonishment at such a silly que«Uon. Zillia frowned: "In case you have for.jnttcn." he said quietly, "I am investigating murder! Now, who inx'.tcu you here?" "I came with .Miss Craig," replied Ainsworth unabashed. "I am a member of her company." "Oh, an actor!" The chief shrugged as If tills explained the whole crazy business. "I nm Miss Craig's leading man. 1 "All right." Ellis' expression registered disapproval of beautiful young rncn v*ho were actors. "That will do." Tljc last to be questioned was Henrietta Willoughston. I think the chief purposely saved her until the end. He waa more than a little afraid of the half-crazed old moid. He approached her diffidently. "Do you know anything about this crime?" ** 'A little knowledge Is a dangerous thing,'" croaked Miss Henrietta, leaning forward upon her stool. "Take heed! Vengeance Is for the Lord!" "Oh'." Ellis glanced helplessly to Officer Karns. . . "Where were you tills morning? he continued hopelessly, seeing that ho would get no assistance from that quarter. "With our Lord!" replied Miss Henrietta startlingly. "What? Well, that Is all." ·If you please, sir!" Hawkins glided silently into the room. He addressed Mr. Horace. "Mr. Mid- dlowaite Is In the library." 'Thank you." Slowly Mr. Horace returned to this world. "I will come at onco." 'One moment!" commanded Chief Ellis. "Who is Mr. Mlddio- waltc?" "Mr. Mlddlcwaltc is an attorney." "And what is he doing here?" "He Is here, I presume," replied Mr. Horace with as much show of temper as I ever saw him display, "he in here, I presume, to read my mother's will!" · · · "In my opinion," Phil was saying seriously, "the disappearance of the emeralds has nothing to do with the murder." I frowned contemplatively. We were sitting In a huddle upon the divan in my sitting bedroom wait- Ing for Mao Mclntyrc to show up. I dare say we, or rather he, had no business to be in my room, but somehow murder seems to condone the lack of propriety. The family had adjourned to the library for the reading of the will and the guests had grumblingly returned to their quarters with orders to unpack their bags and hold themselves in readiness for future questioning. "Maybe you're right," I said aft- cr a moment. "I can't sec any connection myself unless Mrs. Horace knew the identity of the thief and she was killed to silence her. Personally, I think Toots Lcmoinc has tile emeralds." "The blonde doll?" "Uh-huh!" "Why so?" "Well"--and I went on to tell him about the conversation I had overheard on the landing and about Toots' visit to the salon and her unguarded admission that she knew of the loss of the jewels. "Whew!" Phil appeared im- prcs?cd. "And you didn't get a peck at the man in the case, eh?" "No." "Recognize his voice?" "No-o." "You have on idea, oh?" "Oh, Phil!" I got up and walked to the window. "I don't know what to do! I'm afraid it was Mr. Richard." "Her fiance, eh?" I snorted. "Fiance, my eye!'She's blackmailing the kid, that's what she's "doing. Ho was as surprised as the rest of us when she came through with her announcement.' "He did seem a mite surprised a1 that." "A mite! He was flabbergasted! And he didn't dare deny it, you could tell that!" "You think he stole the emeralds and gave them to Toots ?" "Oh, I must be mistaken!" could not understand why I suspected Mr. Richard of theft.. "He couldn't, wouldn't have taken them --not with his grandmother there dead!" "Just the same," Phil said,-"I'd like to search that baby's room!" "Her room!" I was scornful. "5Toa don't think she'd be dumb enough to hide them in her room, I hope!" "Well!" He wagged his head. "The whole thing is a" mess. I hope Dldmorc crashes, .through before long. I'll have to get some'sort of story to the Old Man In the next hou: 1 or so." We fell silent. "Philt" I exclaimed presently. "I don't understand how Mrs. Horace^ could have been poisoned! She! wasn't under '-hat drier over flftccni minutes and Hhe was perfectly allj right until then--just as old Mrs.) Witherspoon was all riiht a few| minutes before she died." "Mrs. Withcrspoon!" Phil leaped) to his feet and slapped his hands) against his Oilghs. "Elsie!" he cx-i claimed excitedly, "I've got a 1 hunch!" "You have ?" . "Suppose--suppose Mrs. Wither-spoon didn't die of a hcartattack? 1 ^ "What?" I stared at him. Had ho suddenly gone crazy? "Why, everyone knows it was a heart attack!" 'Do they?" he demanded, getting! more and more excited and dancing; about the room like a Hopl Indian' chief. "Do they?" "Dr. Didmore said--" "Oh, Dldmorc!" He dismissed, the coroner and his verdict with m wave of his hand. "He could have, made a mistake, couldn't he?' Someone told him the old girl had a bad heart, so what docs he doTl He takes It for granted she died of a heart seizure!" I regarded him in growing mis- may. "Oh, no!" "Sec!" He was gleefully exultant. "You're doubting already!" 'But who would want to kin her?" I- refused to admit my susceptibility to argument. "Who wouldn't want to? From all I hear the whole family hated her like poison." "Like poison?" I began to laugh wildly. "Say!" He shook me roughly. "Cut It! Don't you go off your rocker, too!" "I--I cont't help It!" I struggled to regain controL s "Stop It!" He hit me hard between my shoulder blades. I. stopped It! I gasped for breath. "All right now," I sputtered and wiped the tears from my eyes. "Good! Don't take any more of those fits! There's enough nuts, around here without adding you to-' the list. Besides, I'll need your help." "What can I do?" "Dunno yet. That's what we have to figure out. Now"--he fished a wad of crumpled copy paper from his pocket and spread It out on the bed table--"we'll begin by assuming that the old girl was- done in. That leaves us a first-class motive for the daughter-in-law's- murder." "You mean she suspected--* "Obvious, isn't it?" "1--I guess so." He was going- too fast for me. I did not believe for a minute that Mrs. Wither-, spoon had been murdered. It wa.7 too fantastic! "Well, then," he continued, warming to his theme, "let's havi* a look at our list of suspects. First, 1 Mr. Horace--" "Mr. Horace!" Now-I knew he. was kidding. "Mr. Horace wouldn't' hurt a fly!" "Oh, you can't tell about these. meek as Moses guys," he' sildl quickly. "Maybe he has Dr. 1 Jckyll complex." "But why should he want to kill,. his mother?" I demanded. "Mem ' don't go around poisoning people- just for the fun of it." '" . "Dunno yet. Maybe she left him' a wad of dough. I'll have to look Into that." "I think you're insane!" I d*-, clared. "You haven't tho slightest' evidence!" ' (To Bo Continued) Easy Medallion Makes Rich Pattern louscholtl Arts by Alice Brooke Make-it- Yourself Loveliness at Moderl Cost PATTERN 6198 These quickly memorized medallions--so rich in design, point the way to lacy heirloom accessories--things that make your home distinctive. Crochet the medallions one at a time and join into thib exquisite spread. Or make a cloth, scar! or pillow. The medallions are lovely in string or in finer cotton. Pattern G198 contains instructions for making the medallions; an illustration of. them and of stitches; photograph of, the medallions; materials needed. To obtain this pattern send ten cents in coin to The Daily Courier Household Arts Dcpt., 259 W. 14lh Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Somerset, Rpckwood Dribblers Triumph; Meyersdale Beaten Somerset Borough came through with a 21 to 8 decision over Somer- se. Township of Fricdens as the losers were held to two field goals. Conemaugh Township High landed hard on Meyersdale to take a 26 to 16 verdict as the losers got only three two-pointers and 10 tree tosses. Shade Township came through with a 21 to 15 nod over Berlin while Garrctt spilled Grantsville, 22-12, and Rockwood rounded into full stride to wallop Stoyestown High, 33 to 16, as the latter turned in its first Clas_ B win in Somerset county. Windber was_tripped, 20 to 15, by Fcrndale High of Johnstown. Bob- well bowed to unbeaten Johnstown Catholic High, 33 to 20. Sister Coleta Dead. ST. MARY'S, Pa., Jan. 12--Funeral services will be held here Friday morning for Sister Coleta, a member McKees Rocks Car Hiis Horse, Wagon An automobile, driven by Melvin Reese, 25, of McKecs Rocks, ran Into a horse and wagon, driven by Matthew Fatla o£ Mount Pleasant, R. D. 3, according to o report of the State Motor Police at Grccnsburg who investigated the accident Tuesday on the Mount Pleasant-Bridgeport road in Westmoreland county. State Trooper Don Hoye said thai the automobile and wagon were badly damaged and the horse so badly injured that it had to be destroyed. A car following that of Reese swerved to avoid crashing into the wreck and overturned. William D Gray o£ Mount Pleasant, R. D. 3, was the driver. None of those involved in the accident were seriously injured, the patrolman reported. o£ the Benedictine Order lor 44 years Formerly Rose Gehrlein, of Erie, Pa. Sister Coleta died after a lingering illness. A brother, Frank, and a sister, Ann, both ol Erie, survive. News of Day (Mrs. Mary Slannis Smith of Hill has been named ounbar correspondent for The Courier Her telephone num- ]cr is 2G1. Person!, with items and ncwstips arc requested to call Mrs. Smith.) DUNBAR, Jan. 12.--The sewing project sponsored'jointly by Dunbar Council and the Pennsylvania Board of Public Assistance has been opened in the Victor building. Miss E. J. Weaver organized the project and will have charge until the local director is appointed. Ten electric sewing machines a'nd two* treadle machines have already been secured. The project has been established to eliminate traveling expenses to nearby communities where the women were formerly employed. AVillins Workers,Tonight. The Willing Workers Class of tho Baptist Church will meet tonight in the class room at the church. Jessie Fuller will have charge of the program. The president, Louise Blackwell, desires a good attendance. Missionary Meeting. The Young Ladies' Missionary · Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Joseph Neighbors Friday evening at 7:30. . Action Club. Nominations for chairman o£ the various units of the Catholic Action Club were made at the meeting Tuesday evening. Results follow: Choral, Robert Higgins and Tony Bell; Society, Sara Nclis and Mrs. Edward Gibbons; dramatic, Virginia McGivcrn; social, Mayme Harper and Mrs. Edwaid Gibbons; athletic, James Demarco and Henry Smith; sergeant-at-arms, Edward Nacey, Joseph Sfero and Tony Bell. Election will be at the next meeting. The officers chosen at the previous meeting assumed their duties. After business lunch was served. Sustaining Parks Urged. HARRISBURG, Jan. 12.--A long- range program to establish Pennsylvania's State parks and recreation, areas on a "self-sustaining" basis was proposed by Eric von Hauss- wolrt, chief of planning in the park bureau. Bar Committee Reports. CHICAGO, Jan." 12.--Amendment of the^ National Labor Relations Act and legislation which would outlaw sit-down strikes were recommended in a report of a committee of the American Bar Association. .

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