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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 31, 1930
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r f r / f. PAGE TEN. PAGE T SnTHDNDRED FARM AND WIVES GATHER MT. PLEASANT INSTITUTE DA1L/Y C Oeitogcther Undor Auspices ol f'hninhec of Commerce Is Decided Success. STATE COLLEGE MEN SPEAK Special to Tha Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 31.--The farmers' institute sponsored by the chamber of: commerce yesterday was a decided success, being summed up by one of the townspeople as "n glorious day." More than ·s'ix hundred farmers and wives from ( h e surrounding district were at the institute in the Grand Theatre, U« use made poss/ole through the courtesy of K. Vavarie, the manager. Tho morning session j opened promptly, with Rev. Paul T. Stonesifer making tho invocation. During tho day music was fur- nishejil by a quartet composed of K. N. Ttoffling, Lloyd Hernley, Edward Bittner and Russell B. Ross. Miss Beat) ice Y. EsterlSne. director o! the hom economics department Westmoreland County Agricultural Extension Association, who;spoke cm homo economics; J. M. rtuJnnjjton, specialist In, vegetable gardening at Pennsylvania State College, who talked on tnirket gardening, ware the morning speakers Covers \wre laid for 501 at dinner at the Cant- Building, at which time tho firmer! and their hives w e i e guests of, t i e three banks of Mount Pleasant. On account of the three rooms being used, and Its being so difficult to hear over all, t«e program was all dispensed with except a number by the quartet, a short talk by John D. UUchmun, president ° the Virst Na- tloaal Bank, who told the people that he wished 10 congratulate the women of Mouut Joy Church who served*the meal and '.lie chamber of commerce I'or having pot across a thing of this kind. Mr. Hitchman said the chamber of fommeri-p would mean more to him after yesterday, that lie liad only thought ot it along industrial Sines, but that lie sees a wide field Jii an agricultural way, Prank f. tiarnhart, who provided introduced W. K. fttoffett, manager of the agricultural bureau of tho Penn' sylvHula S'ato Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Moffet 1 , told the- (urmcrs that there "is no such animal as farm relief"; t h a t relief rented with tho farmer himself. Only by bringing their troubles to the town man and working together ould they got i\n place. Quo C tUts worst things a fainter has to deal with, he said, it, unequal taxation, A t j h e afternoon session ProfesbOr A. K. Mack had his classes from Hurst and Alveiton high schools present. During the afternoon there was a solo by Mrs. Gilbert P. Clarke; a solo by Thomas Meagher; whistling solo, Ruasli 1! Rosa, and also a number by the quartet. The speaker*, for the afternoon w(,re R H. Olmsteiul, specialist In dairy husbandry extension, State College; ,lohu Vandervort, In charge o) poultry husbandry at State College, and W. L. Treager, county farm agent, who conducted a Question box The arnculhiral committee f the M o u n t Pleasant Chamber of Coru- * merco h made up of Nelfcon Poor- buugli, Olenn J. V^eaver, A, Brooks Homer, Ksli U. Summy, Carroll J5. Sltupi', John M. Loighty, Prank L). Barulvari and Kussell B. ROHS, seore- tnry of the chamber of commerce. Assisting tlUs f ommittee was the mer- chiiuts t onvmittcic, made up of M. R. George, Walter Freed, F. E. Painter, 0. 10 Ximmerman, Myer Posner, C, M. Motz und l j aul Doncafater. At the evening meeting at the Bank Building la^t evening ,75 of the leading moit of town heard Mr. MoiTett talk ou Mount Pleasant and its pos- Hlbilitiof. Me congratulated the cbam- bar of commerce on what it had done so ftir. Tho meeting was turned Into u round table. There was much cu- thuinasm. ' AJiiioirticpmcnt was made to Iht) farmors of the prospective curb mar- kat, iiiut also the agricultural fair of next fall, the doaimittoes to be named later. Accidentally Sliot. Paul Dabkiflwlcz, 29 years old, was admitted to Uie Memorial Hospital yesterday to have a bullet remove^! from Ins foot. The man i« employed lit a slaughter house at Old Raiuey. The i n j u r y io the toot it was stated was ac cideiita) Personal Mention. Miss Margaret Jane Homer, a student a 1 . Oberlin College, is home the mid-semester vacation. HIGH SCHOOL BOY TO SEARCH SAHARA FOR EARLIEST MAN Sixteen Year Old Beloit, (jjniduate Yonng'est Member Exploring Party. By WILL,A. I ID R. SMITH United Press S rvft Correspondent BE'LOIT, W H , Jan. 31.--Whan Mason Dobson, J f , walked oft the plat- forni with his ) igh school diploma hero January 24, h was headed directly for th,e Sahara desert on a search for prehistoric man. The 16-year-old youth is tbfe young- eat working member of the Beloit College-Logan niitsum exposition ua- lier Alonzo W. Pond, scheduled to l«a\4 New York for Algeria today. He's taking a footoball with Mm. IE his duttes as "handy mnn" ot the expedition do nc t interfere, he hopes to develop good punting form in the deacrt. "White t ut there ho also »x- pects to decide vnwe ho wants to attend college nex 1 fall The list of things he wants to do on this expedition la Jong. Sown* ot th« items are: Hide a camel, acquire a mahogany t a n , see whether, the movies exaggernte the sheik business, improve hla Ivigu schoo! French, and s-ce the fortress of the French Foreign Legion at Bifeki i. "I've read a lot ot books on travel, advfonture and exploration and I'va always wanted to ses 1 some of th-6 world | whilf I am y o u n g " Mason said "I'm ' only 16 and die n't want to enter col- lego in 1930, s I have been asking my dul to let ni« work and bum around the Un ted States for a year. This sugegatloi) didn't meet u i i h much invor." Then carm» t 10 opportunity ( to join the research expedition under Pond, noted arcliHPo) »gist. , "Dad and I vent to soe him, and ho agreed to t ike rao along as camp truck dr!v«i, a-iaiatant camp steward, and to malu- in/self generally useful," the boy said Mason"s fall er ih a nftwtpanonnan, editor of tho 1 oloit Daily Now« The a d v a n c i party with which tho vouth will bAi' inciud-ea Mr. and Mrs. I'ond and thei l i t t l e daugliter, Chomi u g w e u , and Jeorjie L. "WaiUs Milwaukee, photographer o£ tlio expedition wlio w i l l be Mason's tent mate. They will go to Algiers by way of l' Madeira am! U i l n a l t a r , and from Al- THREE PERSONS ESCAPE INJURY; TRAIN HITS AUTO Biers south t i tho village ot Carnro- bert to p i e o a i a foi tho remainder of tue party aeh« lulc'd to arrive not later than March I When heat becomes too intense to continue exca\ation work, probably next Juno, thi yotilh will return home by way of Europe. "I'm pretty iuckv to be getting this trip and I hot e we ami a lot of things t h a t w i l l nial c the expedition a success," Mason said. NEW WEST PENN CARS TO B£ READY FOR USE IN MONTH The Allegheny Valley Street Railways Coinpu! y's new electrics Avill be ready tor public inspection and service within the next month. ComfortAb'e, speedy and safe, these cars are the liUwsl in traction development. Espef ially attractive and Inviting is the compact, luxuriously finished interior. 7i!acb car bos a suiting capacity oC '8 with 20 7'oversible typo crosa seats and four two-paHsengor, longilurtinal seats located at each cor- nei of tlie car, thereby assuring p, roomy aisle space. Tlio . s-eals aro deep-spring* d, upholstered in brown Spanish leaihei and spaced nn as to give tho ms^nium !:; leg looru. Hattlcfeliip gray linoleum co\ers the car body and platform floor creating a pleasing effect to titc eye, ,ts well as tuldinK_ i o tbe general-attractiveness of tlvV' car" Bettor lighting a/nd visibility ai" afforded by the nincCfull- vlsioned, la -ge windowt? 27x39 inches, located on "aeh sidp 01 llio car bo'dy. Hanging from cither end of the car are «1x supporting hand strap?, with enameled metal grips, thrw on each 'side. Atta 'hod to each seat in tlie aiste is a metal hand grip. Other 3 -linements as aluminum stanchions, safety glass, improved electrical t \ onlllating and^hcatingr ays terns, com aet raotormaS's controls, lower step , etc., add tu the comfort and beauty of these cars and combjn's in making a more t efficient and dependable ijrvic} tor the valley. PHONE THE TROUTMAN / Y nr Dependable Store for QimlJty mid Value. KRJDAY, JANUARY 31, 1930. ill n '/ i i """·· PHONE 890 An Ea i \ ' New Prints $9.95 Two einrl Three Color Priats arc {smartest for dayihne, .and the print of dark background and Kinull floral design 'is first for volume, Something that is new s\nd the very best dress io buy-just a suggestion of Fashion. The material is now, stylo is attractive, and the colors and 'designs are in keeping with Spring. A special prico for Saturday selling . . . giving thrifty women an opportunity to make their early Spring selection. The dresses are made of printed canton crepe In different colors and patterns, A choice ot black, blue, brown, or grsen-grounds, with novelty designs and trimmings. (Tronlitum's-- Second Floor) French Kid GLOVES $1*95 pr. Formerly $2.25 to $4 A now arrival ol French Kki. Gloves in slip-on styles . . . with novelty cuffs in two- tone trimmings. The ideal glove for dress and sportswear. The glove that will be as smart for spring as now. In a choice of colors --black and white, brown and tan. A value tha". is*worfh your consideration, and attention --Saturday. , (Troatmau's--First Floor) time* Fashions I For Sportswear Wool Jersey DRESSES $5.95 Here 'are dresics that arc warm and smart for these cold days -- beint; shown in (i our dress depart ment. Plain in coloi'B or in novelty designs, as you like them . . . all are attractive. The dresses are of the finest quality and tailored to make fast walking or skating easy. i C O L O R S - - The plain black, dahlia, green, and tan -- the novelty combinations in- green, red ar d brown. (Trontnmn's -- Second Floor) 4 "· HATS Of Distinction $5.00 And you will like (lie New Spring Hats-- because of bright colors. Smart in style and individuality is an outstanding feature. Tho hate are in felt and straw oombinaMons, felts, and felts-with f^traw trimmings. COLORS--Hacienda, La Raucle, Fleet Blue, Chocolate Drop, Firebrand Red, Hula Brown. Piecrust, Corinthian Green, Koi'al Dahlia, and many more that will match your ensemble. (Trontiimn's -Second KJoor) Boys' Shii^s and Blouses 78c Good quality percales aml ( broadcloths, colors last in washing;. Made good and full with a well-fitted collar. Full range of colors and sizes. School Days are still ahead'of ihc boy and are you positive he is well supplied? Check his needs and supply them Saturday at Troutman's. (Truutmon's--First Floor) Saturday Candy Specials 48c Delicious Cocoamjt Squares, Ib Men's New Spring TIES 95c In the showing of now spring neckwear ·averyonq is interested . . . because they ire so attractive and smart. We all have ,'athers, brothers, or boyfriends so make your selection early and' give their ensemble touch of Spring. Ties in neat and bol'd effects with the quality of the finest silk. SILK MUFFLERS Final close-out of Silk Mufflers in. oblong and square styles. Made of eagle crepe and printed silk ,, (Troui man's--First Floor) "Halfway House" of Transatlantic Aviation Tho first modern air service station on the busiest European-America air lane Is In. jn-occae o£ construction on Torcelra Island of the Azores. The 3 J ortuguese Government lias IMSU«HI ·warrants for $6,000,000 to biiild tho airport. "Terceira, situated off tho ueual path of touiist travel, has been un- .jpotle-ct hy raodtiii encroachments," ··tays a bulletin from the Washington^ 0. C headquarters of tho National Geographic Society, "From the air the island presents a panorama of nn ivKricultural area. Except lor its ogglihc bhapo awl Irregular rim, its 175 square mitea resemble a cheoherJxjnrd with squares o£ v«iriou6 hucd of K ree!1 an 'i brown. These squares are the well-lu'pt orango and lemon Krotas, vineyard?, grain fields, ·vegetahle gardens and cattle pastures which, with the splendid fisheries oft tho coasi, keep tho Terceirans in £ood and upending money. ! "The Iravolur muht mlngl« with tho natives on tho etrc-pts or villages and town that doi the island and bounco w i t h them over gi.icofully wintii^ig ro.ifiB in springiest, oxcarte to pet llio genuine 'atmosplioro' of Tercoira. "Angra, the cdpifdi of Tercetra, and (largest city on th island, was the capital o£ the Azores until th^ early »)art ot the lq«st century. Since then it has seen I»w change*. Prom Angra Bay, Augrn prceeuta a t-plah o£ color --clustors of, whitf- hon.soH with emeraM grien, vcioilllion and blue liir roofs, nestling enuggly af tlio base oJ) madaiv-a gray fortress walls that, In the heyday of Ihe city's political power, marte the capital safe from attack ' UNIONTOWN. Jan. IU.--A double tragedy was averted and three persona narrowly escaped wiUi the-.r lives "hursday night in Kust Fayotte street when tlso southbound A « t). jmssot gcr train s t n u k a Inrgij inu-H loaded w i t h pit posts and upst'l t ' l f m into si w a i t i n g a u t o m o b i l e hoihb Kainensky und hli l ! !-\i.u- ulit ( HiKtHet M.u 10 f.ouiHt 1 , WPH- Ktoypi U at tlie r u i l r o i f i crossinK by tho danger signals. A lar^c* t i u c k suid to have beon driven by l£oy j)u-,- *ard 'van t r a v e l i n g w o n t on I'.ast F«ij- otic street ami eillicr f a l l i n g to sou ot Sfcnor UK the slsnais drove ou to t h o patli if UKS a^iH-dinp ( t a i n . Tliu I C H I of tin. inu'U u us s l r i t c k by t l . c o n K i a o anil t i l l e d Ux s u t l i a muniKT tltiit i l i c uobltt «\i- t H f o r \ n off, f])i b u r y U i K I'm f r o n t of Uo Ka- machine- BMTTHTON, .Ian, 31.---William Rigley und sen, Harold,''of Broad Ford were guesis at th home of Mr. Rigley's father, IsiiUi Rigloy, ^und«ay. FrltJ! Se melder o£ Coroapolis spent Sunday ai tlie liomo ot Ills father, l l e m y Schncitlcr. Mr nnii MM. Wllliain Gordon ot \Vilkliibbirg wcu'e guests at the borne oi Mrs, (itu'diiu'i! pnipnth, Mr, and Mrs. David S t u ' I , Sunday, Stpvc" li »ltzinsonr o£ Monosscn WHS A gnent a tho homo of friends of thin place Tuc ulfiy. i A u t h o u Hubino of ( i r c e U B b n r g w i s ' a caller p i c Tupfiday. | Ot. ,m Mrs. William Jiilanf, h a v e I atiuoiiticc 1 the b i r t h oC a son at Uie i V\ petition iand r f l o s p i u l , Gioensbttig, S u n d f i j , ' a u i i a r y 2H. Oxcart Is National "Even the scows and r Vehicle wboula doi- ting the Angra anchorage are grateful Jn line, painted in bright colors, and adornel with artistic de6gn. A cargo hoist and'parltecl autos Send a modern touch Ho a traveler's first 'close-up'' ot Terceira, On the wain street, however, a dozen 1930 moleli3 o£ American automobiles in pastel shades would not dtatract his attention trom the native fruit entler whose bewhiskercd, euntoflned face, unler a | colorful slockinf- tap, l a s smiled «o long and tontinuonaij that smile, wrinkles deeply mark hi countenance, j The peddler leacl« a d owoy donkey whose alow mo\oments «eem to protest against a Inivden of baflhots ot orange.'), lomons point ii'anates and bananas "Goat carle and ohr ip Carls that any American boy won! 1 like to own, weave in ami out of An, m traffic. The little- fellows d r a w rider several times their size and weight, and loads of grain and olhir pro- ufo tax the strengtli of their frail logs, "Otic would gather 1 rom the number of ox carls MHHI on Tereeira that this is tho 'national ^ chicle' of the ialand. 'With bodies li .e huge woven reed wash baskets K't oetween two thick orude wheels, th -y aro eeon on alt tho island highw. ye. In wine- preshing .season, the wa«h often give way to,,wine barrels. tVotnen Wear Grandii bthcr Dresses ; "Some oC the main streets of Tor-1 Oftirsi villager ara pa\el with pumio blockt, and (lankc-d wi h neat gutterb. Beyond iho gutters ai i .smooth pavo- monts o)' mosaics. Nf A' and then the black and white blm 1 ! i fipol! a namo familiar to tho it,land tre, or form a beautiful -design. "Attor a glance al hose who tread the- mosaics it would jo hard to con-j vines a«(rnng^r t h a t ' 'erceira is about' midway notwooii Par! and New York) on-the j)o]iular trans: tlanUct airplane, for Ihc'io iwti fashk n centers have had no influence on ] alive stylec. "A (Jappei with upthrusl head protuily tcllfi h«r fri jnds that bar grandinothev, or pevl aps her great grandmother owned ler voluminous, ankle-length frock a id the bright- colored scarf that * vers her dark hair. Tho black, nu Uike capote and capello (yloak aUd 1 ood) also aro commonly so^n on t} e Island. "Makers o£ m'on'g Jhoes are not in demand on the islano for the wrinkled fruit vende-i'p, the tenders o£ ewoefc meets, tho draymen, he longshoremen and in lacL noarly al the peasant nven --even tlioee bound or the. festival--do not wear shoes,' Again a Nice Lot of Groceries at a Nice Saving -Come in, Let Us Convince You. Goods Retailed at Wholesale Prices. ' CORN FLAKE, Jersey, 4 Pkgs. 25c 800 Worth Pifcisburg Street PINEAPPLE Hunt'« Sliced OWJSED tt^EOME PEOPLE Corner N. Pittsburg and Pencil Streets - SHREDDED WHEAT 1 MACARONI 3--lOc Pkgs. 25c GREEN ASPARAGUS 2 Can 23c ( CRACKERS N. B. (L, 2 Lb, Box 29c 9 Extra ¥a!ye, Worth ?5o, Special 53c PUMPKIN Large Cans Post or Kellogg^s BRAN FLAKES 2 Pkgs. 250 CHEESE Fancy Cream Lb. 27c TOILET PAPER, 7 5c Rolls 23c CALLIE HAMS LARD It's Pure HAMS Armour's Star .27c CHOCOLATE DROPS Old style Lb. 19c I L m U n f f ror BurgaJns T I Read t o e advertlsGments la · Da.tly The DESIRABLE BUILDING .LOTS t If you urn contemplating b u i l d i n g n homo romo and loolc 3l £neHP lota. They are large--(iOaMO foot. N a t u r a l Kt^ city water, f i u o gradi.- school nnd church. One mi!r from hnainc 3 district of OonnplhlviHe; a fi-niinulo t r n l l o y rldo. .A nice iorn io" Cor £ suburban lionu. I n q u i r e ot C 13. MfConnlck, I" O. I ox 114, Con- , nell -I" , Pa., residence. POPLAR GROVE ARGO STARCH SOAP OCTAGON DUTCH CLEANSER 3 cans 25C , Ooz, 27(5 , Cigarettes, Snwff H03LE MERCHANTS WMQ ADTEET18E Ju IHE TRY OUR CLASSIFIED ADS.--They Bring Results!

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