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PA'r~ EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILUD, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 193S. Courier C/ass£/*ed Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc chaise. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per Hue, 6c cash; 7c charge. ® ^\us LU JDU nuu o 1.11111:3. r=r\ Per line, 7c cash; So chaise. -These .Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. - , There are five (5) average"words to each line. / : ~_"Cards of-Thanks," 50c FJat Rate.::; -:-L. i: f"-_ Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker m^T^^l, *"^TM*. ,. .^.. """"t,, ,, ^i_, r*"--» --T".-- TT. TM ~" "~"~ " I -· --Speciq/^Your^AdJnserted "7" Times for the Price of Six i--Special .,-.-- -_--" No Adr"ls-Taken : For Less-Than a-Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of JThanks MONTGOMERY--We wish to take this " means ot expressing our sincere appreciation nnd thank!, to our kind nctgh- - horv. friends" and relalivcs for" their .. mnny acts of kindness .and sympathy extended us- during our "recent sad bereavement, the death _of our" beloved daughter. Betty Ruth Montgomery. - Espcclilly do \ve d«»lni to thank the . minister, the choir.Tthase whojcent the - beautiful flowers, those who__ donated the use of their can. anil alfwho assisted us In any~vsay.jrParor-t: Mr nnd - Mrs Philip Montgomery and crnnd- . parents. Mr. and airs. Freeman Green. STILUWACON--WoT;(ak6~thfs~mcans ; thanking our maTV£^TFlcjltlb and neighbor* for the kindness- and sympathy extt-ndcd us during our recent sad bc- ·,, rca\ cjncnj the? death _ of -our mother nnd grandmother, Mrs. Cirrle SU1I- waKon. Especially do we Wish to tbank "those who -sent flowers-,- the- -minister, -the choir, those who so kindly fur nisficd can and all who assisted us in anv wa. Daughter*, Sons and grandchildren · Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS «. SPftAYS AT REASONABLE TIUCESl " ~ P,-U DcMUTH SONS C VILLE--59 SCOTTDALE--834 Funeral Directors _-STBEt. FUNERAL" HOME-- Tbc Last Word In Funeral Service." -' CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 130. _- -~TM_.- Personals TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN--Elrt F Wlltrout is no longer employed by The Service Hadlo" Electric Companv o 121 "W Apple St-. Conncllsvllle, and 9! W.-Matn SU.-Unlontown. and we wil not be responsible lor any monks paid (~ to htm or any business transacted f.om this dale . -- -- Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 START THE NEW VEAR BIGHT BY BUYING ONE OF OUR EXCELLENT USED CAHS! TUB FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE SOLD AT THE P-R-I-C-E-S MENTIONED AS ISIII 1932 Chevrolet Coupe - SJi 1933 Ptymoulh Coach, equipped with Radio _ _ - . - , . . - S15 1931 Chcv rolct 2-door Sedan $75 1931 Pontiac Coupe v - S75 1930 TOrd Deluxe 4-door Scdonr (4-cylinder) 579 1030 Ford Sport Roadster - . 540 1931 Dod£c 4-Uoor Scdnn. \vith a beautiful dark green Duco finish, ready to fio for only ,, $125 2--1930 Ford (4-cyllndcr) Coupes, both In "A-No 1" condition, each priced to sell nt 599 1929 Oakland 4-door Scdin with low mikado, can be bought for 9125 1930 Ford Sport Roadster that is in Perfect Condition' The Above Mentioned Cars Can Be Bought Through Out E.isy Payment Plan! WE ALSO ItAVE ON HAND-Forty, (40) other excellent late model/ passenger car* nnd trucks that are thoroiu hly reconditioned nnd ready for your inspection. Stop in today and let us show \ou our display. Remember. DECEMBER is our bargain month 1 Automotive Automobile* for Sale 11 STOP! -- LISTEN 1 WE HAVE FOR SALE TlfE BEST USED CARS! IN CONNELLSV1LLEI Compare The Following Cars! 1036 Bulck^Coupc 1934 Buick 4-door Sedan 1035 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan 1935 Clioilcr 4-door Sedan ., 1P34 Ford 2-door Sedan 1935 Graham 4-door Sednn 1935 Hudson 4-door Sedan » 1931 Pontiac 4-door Sedan 1932 Studebakcr T-door Sedan 1933 Tcrraplanc 2-door Sedan THESE PRICES ARE ALL UNDER THE PITTSBURGH MARKETl Can Be Eislly Financed 1 YOU'IH MOTOR COMPANY. SOUTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE I CONNEL1.SVILLE. PA Strayed. -Lost,. Found 10 ;r»OST--Brotvn leather cnrd caMj* d;ivore license, owners cards and pictures, between Mt Pleasant nnd Conncllsv'lle Howard If returned to address on cards. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 JORDS AND-LINCOLN The World's Best Tcrmsl Ver\* Good Trades And Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR_CQMEANY AUTHOHI7ED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS ' WEST CRAWFORD AVE -.-HONE, 407. "0-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY " ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTHEIMER MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO TNSIDE OUR CARACE AT 127 WEST APPLE SmEET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 0 o'clock. - Open Sundays-'till 6 o'clock. PHONE 109. SEE OUR USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON OUR SECOND FLOOR WEST SIDE MOTOR CO W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE "4 EXCELLENT BUYS IN USED CARS! GLESSNER MOTOR CO. Poplar Grove. Route 119. Phono 1195 LATE MODEL USED CARSI HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. J.COTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 BE SURE 1HAT YOU SEfc OUR WONDFRFUL DISPLAY OF - THE NEW "IC38 ' MODLES OF Business Service Business Service Offered 18 :1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sculng machine In 3 our home Parts extra Phono S90 Troutman's UPHOLSTEHINO.-AWN1NOS -- FURNI TURE KiPAHUNC QUALITY WORK Phone OC45 , _ Insurance anil Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375 T D. GARDNER. MGR. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 lATS FOR SALE--Courier, mats at Ic per each Can be used for lining your grngo. chicken coop or out buildings of any kind Inquire at Courier Ofllce OR SALE--Child's bed Can be used for child up 1o G cars of age. Mm Freed, Apt 4. 126', N Plttsburg St Buildings:, Bulldlnc Materials 53 3RICK--For nil purposes Consolidated Coal Supply Company. Phone 1700 Farm" and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked, 50c per bushel. Somerset potatoes S1.25 per bag We deliver. 413 E Washington Avc. Phone BG5-R. FtJcl, Feed. Fertilizers 56 IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try n load of our specially perparcd Rtokcr coal Consolidated Coal Supply Company. Phono 1700. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm Dull Son. Phone C'vlllc. 107: Seottdale. 502: Dan-son. 4077. CUSTOM COAL--lOc. I2c and 13c delivered Gco W. Kern. Conncllsvllle Phone 4121-R-tl. BEST QUALITY--0 Ft. coking coal, moderntclv priced Immediate dc- llxcry. Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1991 Household Goods 59 LARGE SELECTION--OF SLIGHTLY USED AND NEW FURNITURE COAL HEATING AND COOKING STOVES YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD AT MF.ItVIS FtnUflTURE CO. PHONE 2020 CONNELLSVILLE. PA LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON YOUR FURNITURE. Open Evenings 1 Open Sundays! FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E E VAN SCOY. INC 253 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE Z43 DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sec me for rates James R. Laughlin. Insurance 309 First National Biok Building Phone 520 Movine. Trucking, Storage 25 Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local nnd long dlsUncc moving Excry load insured Modem storage for household goods We do crating for shipment by rail. Phone 50. 122 East Peach street. TOR SALE I ALL KINDS OF--Used furniture Including coal, gas and combination ranKes and heaters Also some good plnnos nt bargain prices DITLL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. Wanted--To Bu; 66 TWO L C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At rcnsonnule price Write Box 23, car» Courier, Ktntlng condition of mnchine, price, nd st)lc number. AUTO SERVICE SfATION 1937 CMC TRUCKS NOW LOCATED AT 1017 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains ore to be found and a crowd will soon bo there. Classified nds ore constantly pointing the -nay to real value for hundreds of people who regularly look to them for guidance. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED it you get the desired results before your ad expires Why not advertise that extra drciser? THERE ARE many things obtainable through the Classified Ads that It would be difficult to get la any other way. WHENEVER you have a real need to fill tho Classified Section will help you to fill It quickly, as cnslly and inexpensively. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 32T . 3S ·4S 2S 30 36 ·28 IS ACROSS 1--United. ,,- 32--Highest note 4--A young- bear - 8--Grow old 0--Consort of Jupiter 11--Across 12--Football fields 15--A targe, crushing snake 17--A piece of ;· ,ol Guido's scnlo 35--A ball returned in a high curv* (tennis) 37--A stogie- unit 38--A commissioned offl- cer below a captain dressed pelt 41--Seize 18--Born 42--Manufao-* 19--Carry on, as turing city war In Prance 21--Piece out 41--But 23--Regions 25--A holy person 29--A ridge 31--Loyal DOWN 1--One of a 3--Engross largo tribe 3--Immoderate of Algonquian Indiums 2--Greek letter corresponding; lo N 10--Conjunction 11--Co-ordlnnt- . Ing partical 13--Conjunction M--Irritates 16--Rowing Implement 20--Organ of hearing 22--Devour 24--The threshold 20--Sarcastic 27--A woman In a convent under vows 28--Abounded 30--To bungle 32--Descry 33---Entice 34--Egg on 36--Exist TO--AfllrmatU e vote 40--Sun god ·43--Symbol for radium Answer to previous puzzlo -- form o£ though «e--A bounder 6--An English river 7--A fac'or (hrrcditary' S--Scottish- Gaelic M V R. A P H OCAL--And lond distance moving. Agent Greyhound Lines. All goods Insured. Flat rates filvcn John W. Miller. Phone 183 Connellivllle. Pi. Printing, Engraving, Dlndlnr 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter Ileadsl--Bill Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cards! Calling Cardsl--Hand Blllsl--Binding! No Trespassing Sign* For Sale! All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Ratcsl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. )NE 05. COURIER BLDC OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES-- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliance* A. A. Clarke. PH C,. Druggist. 323 North PltUburc street Phono 104. E P. FITZGERALD O. D D O S. OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST VOOLWORTH BLDG PHONE 125-J Repairing; and Kefinlshlne' 29 UPHOLSTERING--urntture repairs, slip covers Perfect finished work--factory methods'. Rudolphs Phone 18t7 J. .Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 CUT ME OUT--111 make you big money Christy s Polishing Cloth ticmcndous seller Wonderful dcmonslratton. Free namplc. Write Christy, Dept. 4. Newark New York. WANTED--Girl for general housework Inquire 503 York Avenue Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board FOR RENT--Furnished bedroom, steam hent, private entrance Mrs. Freed, Apt 12014 N. Pittaburg St Rooms for Housekeeping 69 'OR RENT--Three nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping Privnte bath. Phone 1570-R. 517 E Ccdnr Ave. Wanted--Rooms or Board 73 WANTED TO RENT--Two or three fur. ntehcd rooms for light housekeeping Downtown location preferred. Write Box 48. care Courier. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT--Modern rear apartment four rooms and btth. Steam heat witer, janitor service tree. Reasonable rent Klnglry Apartment Inquire Harris', 210 N Plttsburg street FOR RENT-- Modern four or five room ipartmcnt. 502 E. Crawford Ave. FOR RENT--Furnished apartment, quire HI East Patterson avenue Houses for Rent 77 TWO. FIVE AND SIX--Room houses, nil modern conveniences Kcwl decorated 1010 and 1011 Green street A C. IlerivJck Phone 52B Evenings 273. FOR BENT--Modern six room house at Dlckerson Hun, -with all conveniences Phone. Dawson, 4G02 Real Estate for Sale ^--Temp/e Ba//ey COPYRIGHT] RC1XA3ED DY CTNTRA1. PRESS ASSOCIATION CHAPTER 38 MIMI AJND i wurc to leave Ucnver tuo next, morning tor the ranch. I made arrangements for a hired cur ana went up to our rooms to tlnd Mum cirtssmg tor dinner. i told tier about uie cherry orchards--at thu bloom at them, ot tho trees dripping red. "Could anything be more beautiful?" Jt demanded. "1 like it much better Uian cows," ahe said. "1 nate to think that things have to be killed." We lingered, uUKmg about 1L '.Chen she said, "You aren't dressed, Jerry, and I'm simply ravenous. Is it romantic to bo hungry, dearest?" "i'alry princesses can bo anything," 1 assured her, ' and get away with it." She was to me, indeed, a fairy jjrlnciss surrounded as she was at the moment by belongings which seemed to my crude, country-boy experience almost too exquisite for use. There were brushes of silver and bottles ot crystal, a traveling caso of line leather, delicate laces, clinging silks and satins, little shoes which matched her gowns, On everything, where it could bo engraved or stamped or embroidered, was a peacock's feather. I bad asked her how It happened that she had chobcn 1U "Ono of my great-grandmothers had peacock feathers on her linen and on her silver. Slie owned an estate in France, and there were peacocks on the terrace, and she was so proud that she refused to marry a member of tho royal family because he had plebeian blood In his veins "I am glad," I sold to her, "that you are not like that." "Why?" "You wouldn't have marrict me." ' Perhaps she wasn't in love with him--" her blush was charming. "You ha\e an air. Jerry, as I you owned the world," she told me later, "and you are so awfully good-looking. Everybody stares a you in the dining room." But It was Mbnl who drew their £lancc*i. There was one man wh recognized her and come to ou: table "I left St. Louis yesterday,' ho said. "Your elopement is creating a great sensation " We had seen tho papers. I told him so. Miml's manner o carrying It on was charming. "I was my fault. I have alway wanted to do something different Jerry doesn't like clandcstln things. But it was easier than th other--bridesmaids and a trous s«au--and all the rest of It." He laughed. "Andy is In mourn ing. I saw him just before I left He wns like a thundercloud " When the man went on a few minutes later, neither he nor Mim nnd mentioned Mrs Lc Brun Bu the paper had said that Mlml' mother had treated the matter a. the whim of a spoiled chtld wns, we thought, rather sportln of her to put it as she did. Tho effect was of there bein no reason why Mimi should hav run away. She might have bee married at home. There wou! have been no opposition. X was m uncle's heir, and in every wa eligible. Wo had told her of my inherl tancc in a letter which we ha mailed to her on the moment departure. It had been a hai letter to write. We had left he as It were, stranded on the shore of her ambltlon-r. ret tho sma -Income which *» had from h Her fingers curled themselves about mine. husband's estate would be sufficient for her own needs when she lad no daughter to launch on the social seas. While I could not feel sorry for her, I promised myself that as soon as I knew something of my own finances I v*ould moke hor on allowance. Miml's mind was not at rest. 'I feel positively brutal. Jerry, vlolhcr loves luxury, and I was icr lost hope." I had no sympathy to spare. Tcrhaps, she'll have time to think of some of the finer things," I said with n touch of smugness. "What arc the flncr things?" "Well, the lovo of money dcad- cna people s souls " "But one can't be civilized without It!" ,"It depends on what you mean by civilization, Miml" "Oh, having servants to keep things In order, and dressing for dinner, and plenty of bathtubs." We laughed at that. "Some day,' I promised her, "I'll take you into the mountalni, miles away from bathtubs and dlnnei gowns, and I'll teach you th" charms of the wild." She shook her head. "I should love It," sho said, "for a little while. But we couldn't live like that always, could we, Jerry?" It was towards noon of the next day that v.*c came to the great hills which rose higher and higher as we proceeded on our way. Neither Mlml nor I had ever been among those western moun tains, so that our flrst view of the lowering battlements of pink sand' stone which guard the valleys gave us. the feelings of entering chanted ground The man who drove our car told us the names of the various formations, but we knew them only as magic gateway!! to those higher peaks, silver- topped and touching the *ky. Th» roadc as we left the high' way wore rough and narrow--lit!e traveled. We passed through small settlements which were huddles of unlovely houses. Here and here we came upon crude hotels, where we stopped for meals, finding the food, as a rule, well-cooked; and hearty, but served with a lack of formality which shocked Mlmi's fastidiousness. Yet she took It all rather cosily. "It Is like something in a book. Jerry. But I am glad our houso will be different." Looking back upon It, I wondci why doubts did not then assail me. But they did not. The splendor of Lhc hills and of those shining peaka nad woven a spell about me; I felt t I could ride on forever, with Mlml by my side. Flowers were everywhere; pole columbines; faint mauve and white; harebells, trembling in tho breeze; the exquisite and mystical Moriposa ° Uly on Its single stalk. Mimi exclaimed and I stopped tho car and loaded her arms with them, and felt that not even the lilies were lovelier than my young, wife In her bridal happiness. And now the shadows began to fall on the mountains, the valleys were dim--but the light stuck in. a, golden shaft across the great peak which towered ahead of us.! "About half way up that mountain Is your house," the driver toldl us, "there ain't a better \*iew any-* where." My hand went over Miml's Her fingers curled themselves about mine in a quick understanding 1 , clasp. Wo leaned a little forward,' trying to pierce the gloom. The golden light faded, the, mountain peak grew dark against' a sea of silver sky on which floated a galleon of rosy cloud. Then the cloud sailed on, and the sky was faint amethyst with ono breath-, less star. (To Bo Continue*}) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 A REAL BUVI BLACKSTONE ROAD. 710-718 WEST SCDE--Twelve room double houso with bath and heater, nil modern. This property must be sold at once to settle estate Immcdlato possession. Prtco reduced to $1 500 PAUL WAGONER 1000 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 118. Brokers in Real Estate Uclp Wanted--Male S3 | SFLL SLOT MACHINE SLUGS--To *»tores Nickel-Dime nnd Quarter ^Izcs Write. Factory. 86. Box 833, Dayton. O Financial Need Money PnOPBKTffiS I OR SALE OR BENTI T. C PHALIN SO CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE S75 GET AHEAD IN 10381 PAY OFF AL1--Your bills with a PERSONAL LOAN1 Have only one plac* to pay instead oC manj 1 You ntcd only ONE thing here --the ubllit to repay Mnall regular sums on any loon plan selected Come in LOANS up to $300. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory Store Phone 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE Instruction Instruction Classes 4.! HfANKUN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Citlzins X.ihonal Bank. Connells\ llle Mltl-\\inttr term opens Januar 3ia Da\ anu nlrtht classes New SM.SQ t\pt.y.ritu «Ut.n lo each one enrolling In Januarj Phone 218 Send {or A-No 1 SERVICE Is what ou get from Gasified Adv NMicn ou ha\c a special nerd lo d t l phone us the partKullts and t l f t i i u You can eel an ad-takcr at 12 or MAKE MONEY--Buy Real Eitatc when the other fellow Is scared and ua to sell. Now is tho tlmci PETER R. WFIMEK. WEIMER ARCADE Auctions-Legals Notices. 91 SEE THESE PROPERTIES 1 SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE -- Six room frame house, finished attic, hot air heat, bith. Rood cellar, two car KariRc. Modern and In the very best of condition. Price $4 000 COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room frame house bith and garage. Priced to bell nt 81,200 WM P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1760. Business Property for Sale 82 I OK SALE--Storeroom on South Pltts- burc Street. Formerly occupied by Robinson's Drug Store, Inquire, Robert Norris Phone, 505. rarms and Land for Sale S3 FOn SALE OR TRADE--200 acres land In t\\o separate farms 4014-R-22. Call Seottdale Houses for Salo IfERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR' CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from the Clt Limits Ten room house Including three acres of Inntl and out- tjulldlhi,s. mo baths tlictrtclt,*ni«. learn furnace, ftararo nnd laundo Just recently remodeled inu in the \cr best ot condition. Price is rtison- able Inquire. * Wm P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 11 I-OR SALE--Six room house, garage. i /t acre lot, one-half of which lb planted in choice fruit Irees Located in Van- dcibllt. Price Sl.OOO. $300 down, bil- ancc like paying rent E. F. DcWitt, Phone 43 Seottdale, Pa I OR SALE--Frame building. 18x3b feet Corner Soutii Pittaburg Street and Woodlawn Avenue Can be made into ft three room house 51,500. Inquire, Robert Norris. Phone. 505. J«OTICE OF FILING ACCOUNT AND HEARING OF CLAIMS IN RE: TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY OF WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA, CONNELLSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA. LUTHER A HARR. SECRETARY OF BANKING. RECEIVER In the Court of Common Pleas. County of layette Com. of Pa. No. 238 June Term. 1030 The Fourth and Partial Account ot Luther A Harr. Secretary of Banking or. the Csmmonuealth, of Pennsylvania. Rc- celwr of Tille and Trust Company of Western PcnnsyUanla. Connellsvillc, Pennsylvania. \\as ulcd with the Pro- thonotary of tltc above Curt on December 24. 1937 After thlrtj days from the date of the nilng thereof, it will be confirmed ibsolutely. unless exceptions arc filed with the Court At or before the audit of the account, a supplemental account will be filed showing further receipts and expenditures. The Secretary of Banking determined to liquidate this Institution on December 1. 1930 If the first notice which you had from the receiver stated your deposit correctly, your c' 'm has been recognized and you need do nothing further now. Luther A. Harr, Scrctary of Bank- Ing of the Commonwealth of Pcnn- sjlvanla. Receiver of Title and Trust Company of Wcslcrn Pcnn- yUania. Conncllsx Hie, Pennsylvania By Harrv A McDcrmott Deputy Receiver. T. A Waggoner. Jr , * Special Counsel. Unlontown, Pennsylvania 27-dec -3t -mon FOR SALE--Six room house, bath, hot water heat Lot 40x140 feet 1328 South Pittsburg Street $3,000 Inquire, Robert Norris Phone, 505 Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 One-Sided Games Mark Floor Play Continued from Page Seven. Marcliclctta's G. F. Pts. W. Lizza, 1 2 1 5 McDowell, t 5 0 10 Gent, c 7 1 15 Dunaway, g 1 0 2 Nigren, g 1 1 3 Yutzy, g 1 0 2 Sykes, £ 1 0 2 Totals _, Gain . Fao. f /crnava, t Delligatti, c __ Jrban, g Scacchi, g Totals 0 0 1 Score by quarters: Dunbar ,,. . . _ 13 9 4 13--39 ales -_ 1 0 0 0-- 1 Referee--Sherrick Fisher. Villow Inn Morrison, f .lar.-, f . ^... '. Mongell, c Sansone, g _ DeBolt, g -- SALE NOTICb. Connellsvllle Township School District will receive bids for the sale of frame building. 40x12x8 to be removed from grounds opposite Poplar Grove School Bids must be In the hands of the Secri-tao bv January 3, 1938 The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. C. W. Lashlnsky. Secretary, dec -27-jan -3 Broad Ford. Pa. CLASSlriLD thrill. ADS arc mc^cnccrs of NOTICE OF ANNUAL MELTING OF STOCKHOLDERS To the Stockholders of West Pcnn Rallv-ayj, mpany The annuil meeting of the stockholders of West Penn Railways Company will be held at the principal office of the Company. West Pcnn Building. No 14 Wood Street. Pittsburgh. Penntjlvanin, on Monday, Jnnuirj 10, 1938 nt II 00 o'clock A M , for ic purpose ot: 1 Fleeting a Boird of Pfteen Directors 2 Approving and ratifying nil contracts acts aw! proct-edlnps of the Board of Dlrt.ctorb and the FxccullM.' Committee thereof stnci- the last smut il meet- inr of stockholdirs, as set foith in Ute minute book which will be presorted to the mi etlng and be open to thu Inspection OE the i.tockho.d'M-s 3 Transacting such other business as mav proptilj come oetorc the meeting. By Order of the Board of Directors. G. E MURRIE dcc-27-ja -8 Secretary Wife Preservers WIIKN 1OU JiiOP t n r m u h Hie Cl.ii.i- licd Section you buy fiom choice not I from persuasion. I II your Parker Houso rolls open when baking, use the kitchen shears or a small knife and clip the circle of dough on opposite sides about one-fourth inch from edge of circk Then fold over ui pockctbook shape nnd bake tu usual, says Harryclte Hunlcr. Oklahoma Gty. Totals [.Oil's ·Joschese, £ 3oeman, f. Corrado, c Hose, g Rowe, s G G. _ 6 _4 .0 _0 1 13 F. Pbi. 13 8 0 0 2 Totals IX 1 23 Non-scoring substitute--Bicshada. Score by quarters: Willow Inn _ 2 5 3 3--13 Lou's 2 4 9 8--23 Referee--Charles Robinson. North Da\vson Shipley, f . Laughrey, f _. F. Landymore, c _ StimmeU, g B. Landymore, g Duibm, c ~ _ Tot.ili r. .M. E. ji-,. McMullen, f Campbell, ! Mansbergei, c Clcr.imet, g McCoy, g Total:, SLOIC by q u . u l o i s N o i t h DdU^on First M. E. Jis, G. 0 6 F. Pts. 0 0 13 5 -- 1 4 . 18 G. 2 . 0 0 . .. 2 . 2 4 12 3 9 S 41 K. Pts. 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 7 4 16 6 11 7 17--41 1 0 9 6--16

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