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PAGE BIGHT, THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLTB, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1930. Courier C/assi/(ed Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run o Times: A Per line, 7c cash: Sc -liarge v Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 60 cash; 7c charge. These Rotes Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Fiat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. li- Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements In Mcmorlam COHEN--In mpmoo* oJ our darling son. David Mack Cohen. A. little one /rom us has gone, The boy we loved bo dear. A place Is empty In our heart That has left our IHc.so drear. Mr. and Mrs. Da\c Cohen. Personals MEN OLD AT Ml--Get pep New Ostrcx Tonic Taolcts contain raw oyster Invlcorators and other stimulants One dose sta-ts new pep Value $100 Special prlc: 83c. Call, write Union Drue Co. Business Service Moving, TruiKlnt. Storage 25 FOR MOVING PHONE ». QUU-'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVIU.2 PA · ·FOB BEST SEnVICE!" Modern Storage For Household Goods, LOCAL AND LONG DISTAKC/i- Moving Miller» Transfer 153 Ear ( rawlord Avenue Phone 183 Merchandise I'arm and Dairy Products 55 GENERAL HAULING--B g (a t manure, etc Walter Artis, 2'0 St. Phone HOS-M. Strayed Lost, ?ouna 10 LOST--Sunday aCtcrn xn on South Side, black femat" pup. about two monlhs old. Finder cal. 1551 and receive reward. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 WHILE THEY LAST1 SEE I'S TODAY! 1929 Ford %-ton Flck-up TrucK ... ,,,, 525 J833 Fortl 2-door Sedan lor . $159 1030 Chevrolet Coach cclllnc »t ... $50 1935 Dodfie Coupe., buy it for - $203 1923 Ford Tudor Sedan, yours for S40 TWO EXCELLENT BUYS IN LATE Ji.ODEL CARSI · 1937 PonUac Deluxe Coupe. 1037 Lincoln-Zephyr 4-door Sedan Just like new. We have on display on our Used _ Car Lot and on the second floor of our garage nice selection of late, model irscd cars ot^ Fords, Chevrolet wid Plymouth. Stop in today and look them over. , Very Easy Terms Arranged! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. Your Ford Dealer. ·WEST CRMVFORD AVE. PHONE 407 Open Evenlngsl Open Sundaysl SEE THEM TODAY) O-K USED CAKS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON HO1OB COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Gvenlngs 'till 0 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES OS E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1231 ashe*. Apple Printine. EnjjravlnE. Ki: Jg 27 LET US GIVE YOU W E S T I M A 7 Z ON YOUB PRINTING l/ IK I Hand Hlllsl--lilndjncl--Calun Cardal Bill Hcadsl--Letter Hli isl For Hent Cardsl -For Sale Cardsl No TrespasslnK SIRn. F o r Said All Work Fully Guarant edl All At Reasonable IU csl COURIER JOO DEl'AUTl IENT. 'HONE G5 DAILY COUR ER BLOC. OR PHONE HESIDENC 1. PL ProftsslonaJ Scrrlc-j · 28 EXPERT TRUSS FTITina--I'laitlo Hosiery and other surKica) appl inccs A \ Clarke. PH C OniKiilil. 3S North PlttbburK Street Phoiw 1D1. Employment Help Wanted--Female WANTED--A Conncllwlllc beauty operator. Rooms 311. 012 First Nationn Bank Blclff, Hcna "Jeffries _ Bcaut Service. Help Wanted--Male MAN FOR COFFEE ROUTE--Up to US ftn,t week. Autoriobllc clvcn as bonus Write Mills, loll Monmouth. Cincinnati. Ohio. lAIi.MERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! HERE'S HOW--You can find a rrarltet. lor your (arm products, yiur farm implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household Goods by running a small Inexpensive od In our Classified Section There you will find many people who uanl to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers a larfie area and iour advertisement will be read by many people who arc lochlnE for lust the thlnes you have for sale NOTE: AH classified adi arc pay* Able In advance. You will find our mtw In the nbovc Classified Headlnr. Real Estate for Sale douses for Sale 84 HOUSTON AVENUE. 210 -- Six room frame house with bath, in the very best ol condition. Immediate possession. Priced to sell nt S1.MW. Inquire. Paul Waconcr. 1000 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 148. FOR SALE--SIX room house wllh bath and furnace Two lou Falrvlcw Avenue. $2.200. Inquire Robert Norris. Phone 505. FOR SALE--509 llacc Street. tarKe family house, steam hcrtt. gnrago. Suitable as dup'-x. J. Donald Porter. Phone 768, Auctions--Legals Auctioneers, Auction Sales ',10 Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 5G GOOD LUMPY -- nun of mine coal, 100 bti, fie delivered; 50 bu. 9c 'Mlvcred; 25 b u . ISc delivered. Cash, Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. GENUINE--WaslilnK'on Run Coal. Low price Wm Dull 5c Son Phone 107 or call Dawson, 3261 and 3621. COAL--Best Kracle 0-/t. coal. Prompt delivery for any amount. Cerala Schomcr. Phone 1091. Household Goods S3 FOR SALE--Coal ranges J10 00 and up: living room suites, £1500 and up, iva«.h- ln£ machines, 51500 and up, cuarantced: radio*., electric. S3 00 and up, pianos, $1000 and up. AIno bl£ bargains In other furnllurc. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH SV. PHONE 50. Finoncicil Need Moner 4B-B NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend ou 5300 or less OT your signature. Personal Finance Ctmpmy. Phono 34. 11I-GKADC--SLIGHTLY USED DINING ROOM, LIVING ROOM. BEDROOM SUITES. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! MERV1S FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020. Wanted--To Buy 66 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SALE--Child's bed, 12 n. electric fan. J /i H. P. motor air compressor, Plnff Pong trtc c. Thos. II. Ruse, Owcnsdalc, Pa. Buildings. Bulldiac Materials 53 USED CARSI SEE OUR SELECTION! E E VAN SCOY INC, 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 143. YOtJOtTMOTOR COMPANY GOOD USED CARS 321 SO PITTSBURG ST PHONE 8. Business Service Business Service Odcrcd 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY AWNING!.. FUIINITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHONE 8M5 322 SO PITTSBURG ST. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -_- All'kindi Jamri R Lauchlln--INSUR- *~~ANCE See me for rates 309 First " National Bank Building Phone 520, PHONE 12 or 13 for an Ad-taker. IF YOU AHE--Palch'm: that small break In the kitchen '.vail, or plastering every wall In the hot.se, wn can furnish your needs. Stone Wor c. Phone 1700. SAVE YOim BIG WHITE RACSI THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE PAY YOU BV CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN ... AT So PER POUND. OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near as your phone. Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be met without "any further trouble on ycur port. A FEW MINUTES spcn* In looKlnB over the classified adu rach day will save you many hours anil dollars In celling just what you tant. GET GOOD '10NJ-y for your extra household gooc" *. P u them on view through a Clav ffied Al Phono 12 or Id for an nd-takci. THERE IS i friend y spirit In The Courier Classifier" C'cpartmcnt which makes It a p/asure to use this department For results, try our service. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 32 36 20 2! IO 16 22 30 n 26 31 21 Rooms and Board Rooms for HottscKecpIng FOR RENT--Two urfurnliihcd rooms. -43C Ocdcn Street, Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats AVAILABLE AT ONCE--Four room moc era apartment In New Welcy Bultdlni Extra JarRc living room tpe, new] model nl/ed kitchen and hallway. II and cold water, bteam heat. Karbag removal, janitor "-ervicc, special laundo hcrvlci;. Apply KoUer's Shoe Store. FOR RENT -Two room furnished apar mcnt. Ill East Patterson Avenue. FOR RENT--Ar. apartment. Smuts Buili Inc. 115 Cr.iwford Ave., Wot Side. Houses for Rent FOR RENT--Six room modern dwcllln J. Donald Porter. Phone 7GB. Rcc! Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate AUCTION SALE SATURDAY. JANUATIY 23. 10J3, at 1 P. SI. premises known »3 Mike Lukatch, i · Trotter School, a short distance west Conntllsvllle. Pa, the following ·'.-.'IbLTl property: M3 Intcrnalional Truck. U License. 3J4 International Truck, V License. l*itc 3G Intcrnatloral Truck, U License. Acme 2-ton Truck, ^olld tire?. 1 Wllls Sedan, first cla-a condition. No. 2 Trick Saw Mill, M in. Hoc In- rlcd Tooth Saw. Larue Studetaakci Motor with pulley r no^ " and !i inch Bubber Belts. 125 }Ior-;e-rowcr Monroe Boiler State {.peeled, with bricked outside and brick re box Steam Enclnc. bout 3.000 Pit Post.!, 6, 7, 8. 10 Ifct Ions. 00 Ctlbbinfi Blocks. 000 2xGxl8 inch Mine Caps. 000 Kcnco PalllnC!,. 1 Railroad Ties. .. Lot o! Mine Ties Lot ol Part* lor Saw Mill. Set of Los Harness. f Platform Scale. Larcc Barnes Safes. Flat Counter Show Cajes. LjirKc Ofllce Pe«,k. Desk and Typewriter. Elevated Dc^k. Swivel Chair*. Wood PlllnR Cabinets. 42 Acres ol timber, mostly oak. 3 miles oulh of Connollsvilic, Pa. VU1 finance Truck;, and Car. other articles cash. ALEX CHINK. OW.VKH L. Z. HODIL, AUCTIONEER. Lccal Notices KXECUTltlX'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF DAVID II. FLICK. LATE of Hie City of ConnellH'ille. Fayctte County. Pennslvanla, Deceased Letters- tcslamenlary In the above Mtate li.tUnfi been granted io the undcr- iKncd, notice Is hereby Riven to all persons indebted lo the Mid decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, nnd all pcrsonb having claims or demand*! aK.ilnst said estate are requested to make kno'vn the same. Mario J. Flick, 1122 Race St., Conncllsvlllc, Pa. E (ccutrlx. Fred E Yotfnkln, Attorney. 25jnn-6(-wed. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF HANNAH HALL, DE- ceaj,cd. Letters testamentary in the estate ot Hannah Hall, late of Springfield Township, Fayctte County, Pcnns Ivania. deceased, having been granted to th» undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons indebted to said estate to make Immediate payment, and to those having claims against the same to present them, properly authenticated, for settlement. Benjamin Hall. Executor. 31:--28th St, McKccsport. Pa. Fred E. Younkln, Attorney. 21dcc-Gt-w cd. WHAT YOU PUT INTO--Rent, someoi else puts inlo Real Estate. Why dof.'t you buy? Come in and talk U over. Terms! PETER IS. WEIMEIi. WEISIER AliCADE. LXKCUTIUX'S NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT letters testamentary on the estate of Allen Rich tor deceased, late ol Saltlick Towns-hip, Fayette County. Pa., have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persona indebted to Raid estate are requested to make Immediate payment and those having claims against same, wilt make them known without delay. Harriet Hlchtcr, Executrix, n. D. i, Normalvillc, Pa. ljan-6l-wcd. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENTI T C. PHALIN. SO CONNELLSVELLE PA. PHONE 073 Farms and Land tor Salo S3 ACROSS 1--Mails 56--A coalmen 5--Mountains 29--Pronoun of South Amcl.'ica 9--Keverenc* 10--Dispute 11--Toothed wheels 13--BacH of the nccX 15--A hailing term IS--Qualified 31--Player's stake 32--Marry 34--Costly shape to me Anawef lu prevjuu* puzzle 20--Of greater 33--Loose soil oge 35--Having no 21--WalUScotcnl feet 23--TV 1st 37--A apccK 25--Young goat 3D--Self 27--At home 0--10th letter or _ . 28--A course hoi b the Hebrew 36--Hot and dry 30--Pronoun alphabet 38--A fold of 32--Twist out .M2--Belonging cloth 41--Shakespearian character 3--Man's nickname 19--Below 44--Slightly 22--A strong ale craiy 24--Exclamation 45--The mole of sorrow ...honeybee DOWN ' 1--Japanese 7--Unablt to temple hear 2--To be In debt 8--An animal 3--Body of water fat 4--A girdle 12--A western --Silver «ym- farm boli 14--A little ioop ~-A wonxMi un- of on edging der religious 16--Forward vow» 17--Pronoun oaiiA mR T g ? £! a2 R A ^A O W M FOB SALE--168 ACRE FARM--2 miles from City, large barn, house in best o£ condition, hardwood floors, bath and bjiiemont. DUNBAU--Three properties consisting of 2-four room apartments, six room house, store room and shop 2,500, WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 Houses (or Salo FOR SALE1--FOR SALE1 SMALL, AND LAHGE HOUSES--Located In Conncllsvillc, Scottdale, Evcrson, Mt. Pleasant and rural sections of Fayctte County. Sold on small dosvn payments, balance on monthly Installments, 5 to 15 enrs lo pay. Only 5% interest, no finance charge. IE interested, kindly write, phone or call In person. TAYETTE REALTY COMPANY, 405 SECOND NATL, BANK BLDG. T, 0. GARDNER. MGR. PHONE 1375. CONNELLSV1LLE, PA. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you Phone 12 or how to EO about getting as ITS HARD to find fault with the CJ.TLMfled Section . because you can find proctlcaHy everything else you need Copyiiif. t$59. Kin* Fc^tum S I EXCJ1ANGE \vhai you don't need loi what you do through a Classified ad here CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO "SUPPOSE," said Mclntyrc, "that we figure It this way: Mr. Horace Is tn love with Delia Craig. He wants to give her the money for her play, but hc'docim'ti have It. So he murders his mother and comes Into enough millions to back a hundred shows." "And murders his wile so that .he can marry Delia, eh?" I put in sarcastically. "Exactly." "O£ course," 1 continued acidly, "there being no divorce laws In the country, he'd have to poison her!" "Maybe," suggested Phil, "maybe Mrs. Horace refused to divorce him.'" "Oh, It's too ridiculous!" I was disgusted with the both ot them. "Mr. Horace wouldn't harm a flea. Besides, he isn't In love with Delia. He never pays the slightest attention to her." "An old trick, Elsie. You can't prove a thing by that," "But you suro'ly can't believe that a woman like Delia would fall for nn insignificant little runt like Mr. Horace?" "Not for Horace, perhaps," Mac admitted, "but for his millions." "Well, 1 think you are off on the wrong track again. Mr. Horace docan't even live In this world, let alor.c commit murders In it! 1 "Now, don't fly off the handle, girl." Mac spoke placatlngly. "I don't say he (a the guilty party. But I do bay he had a motive, and very likely an opportunity. He could lia'c secured the cyanide; he probably buys n great many poisons for use in his laboratory." "Why don't you accuse him to his face then?" I demanded, thoroughly exasperated. "A man could bach n play, couldn't he, without expecting payment in return? He may he interested tn Delia In a fatherly way." Phil burst into loud guffaws: "My God, Elsie! Act your aij;! Fatherly way, my eye!" I withered him with a glarcc I withered him with a glance. "No suspicions?" "Absolutely none." "Not a murderer In the crowd, eh?" Jeffrey's back stiffened. "That's hardly for me to say, Mr, Ellis," he said coldly. " P e r h a p s not." T h e other shrugged. "Look here, Todlng- ton," his tone changed, "I'm doing the best I can to solve this case. You and your friends aren't helping me any. You're all withholding Important information!" "Or what you think la Important," Jeffrey amended shrewdly. For a full second Chief Kills stared at him, and Mac Mclntyre took advantage of the opportunity to step In. "Let's not misunderstand one an"You wouldn't understand," I r.-- other, Mr. Todington." he said turned coldly. "There arc some mi.-! suavely. "We want to find the pcr- in the world with decent Instinct'' son or persons who prcmcdltaavoly Mac said wearily: "It you I o nre going to battle nvcry live n'«i- utcs, I'm going to turn you out," "O. K." Phil grinned. "I'll be good if you can tamo Elsie." "Imbecile!" I sold, and turned my back upon him. "Are you going to Inform Chief Ellis of your suspicions?" I asked Mclntyrc. ''E"is has troubles of his own," the detective replied, his eyes twinkling. "Ht's busy whittling the pieces of the puzzle to Jit his picture. He'll make on arrest before long; then we'll get to work." "Here he comes," warned Phil, and the chief came into the room with Jeffrey Todington. Jeffrey in gray flannels was my idea of what a millionaire should look like. Handsome in a rugged, mapculinc sort of a way, he ccr- toJnly was the answer to any maiden's prayer. Gazing at him I could understand why Daphne Withcr- trpoon objected to becoming Count Orstai's bride. "What do you know about this business?" Ellis addressed him brusquely. Jeffrey's reply came unhcsltat. Ingly: "Not a thing." son or per. murdered ncdlta^ivoly Mrs. Horace Withcr- spoon. You want to clear your friends. It all works to the same end, and there is no need to quarrel about it" Jeffrey's eyes searched thu detective's face. Mac met the look blandly. Presently, as though sa'.- Isficd at what he saw, Jeffrey nodded. "Perhaps you're right," he admitted. "I don't want to quarrel, but it makes my blood boll to have the police nuspcct my frienrts. ] know them intimately, you see, and you don't." "Naturally." Mac agreed. "How. ever, the truth never harmed anyone. If I ask you a personal question, will you answer it to tbo best of your ability?" "Shoot!" "Very well. When did Daphne Withespoon break her engagement to you?" Jcftrcy took a long time to reply but nt last he said: "About a month ago." "And what reason did she give for breaking It?" "She--she told me she no longer cared for me." ·Bid you believe Hcr7" "No." He lowered his voice. "I knew that she was doing it for her mother's sake." "Her mother's rake! Did Mrs. Horace want her daughter to marry the count?" Jeffrey frowned. "Daphne knew Jiat her grandmother would make. \er mother's life a hell on earth M she did not marry Orsinl. Mrs. Witherspoon wail mad about royalty." "I sec. And did you try to persuade Miss Witherspoon to reconsider?" He laughed shortly. "Naturally; I loved her!" "Of course." Mac got up and began to walk about the room. "I suppose now that the old--that Mrs, Witherspoon is dead, thero will be nothing to Interfere with your marriage to Miss Daphne?" "You suppose wrong," Jeffrey said, so forlornly that my heart bled for him. "She refuses to marry me! She refuses to marry anyone!" "So!" Mac registered amazement. "That is odd! Whal's her reason this time?" "She won't give a reason. S'no- acts so queer and stiff I don't know what to make of her!" "I could guess," muttered Ellis, and Jeffrey leaped quickly to his feet "I knew you'd get around to that!" he exclaimed furiously. "But Daphne Witherspoon is innocent, I tell you! Innocent!" "All right.'" Ellis raised his hand. "No need to fly off the handle. I'm not saying that she had a hand in the murder, but"--he paused ominously--"but I am saying she knows more than shc,'s admitted to date. And if I were a young man In love with her--" "Yes, I know." Jeffrey's anger cooled. "She docs know something --and I'm afraid!" "Well, that's alt for the present"" The chief ot police signified that the Interview was at an end. "But remember, I'vo warned you!" (To Be Continued) Economic Club is Organized At Ohiopyle OHtOPYLE, Jan. 25.--Miss Mary Andetson, home economics representative, was at the home ol Mrs. Thomas Burnworth in Commercial street Monday afternoon and organized ,i home group for Ohiopyle. It will meet each month until May. The following officers wcie elected: Mrs. Anna Holt, president; Mrs. Mildred Burnworth, vice-president; Mrs, Lois Lemley, secretary; Mrs. Mary Wallace, reporter. A program was arranged for each meeting. The next session will be .it 1:45 o'clock Monday afternoon, February G, at the home of Mrt,. Laura Schacfer. The program will be on menu plan- District Eider Will Conduct Communion At Paradise Church Sunday Revival Continued Run Church At Special to The Courier. MILL RUN, Jan. 25.--Revival ser- ning. Townsend Club Meets. PERKY BOWS TO HERMINIE FLOOR TEAM Perry Township High School lost a hectic cage battle to Scwickley Township in Section 17 Tuesday night at Herminie, 31-27. The Perry lads had kept pace with the homo club throughout three quarters of play but lost out in the final period when the victors established ihcir scant margin. The line-ups: Perry Township Buttermorc, f . -Blair, £ Fcrency, c Wilkie, g Marshall, Statzula, g Totals .. Sewicklcy Bednarz, t Bnltiste, 1 Smith, c K-abel, g Borosky, g Polcti, g Arch, g .-- Totals _ Kcfcree--Redding. F Pis. 27 Pis. 12 A number ot persons attended the Townsend Club meeting held in the Baptist Church Monday evening. Talks were given by Former County Superintendent James Robinson, Rev. Golden and O. W. Ilower ol Uniontown. A charier has been applied for. The next club meeting will bo held February 20. Other Items of Interest. Mrs. William J. Holt, Jr., and son, Richard, left Tuesday for Rochester to visit the former's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown and Glenn Miller o£ Youngstown, Ohio, motored to Ohiopyle over the weekend. They visited their uncle and i.unt, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Corristati. Mrs. Sturgls Shipley of Struthers, Ohio, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.'Shipley at Bidwcli. Miss Helen Hochstetler, student at California State Teachers College, !s spending several days with her pirents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hoch- stctlcr. Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Raffcrly and children, Fred and Shirley, of Youngwood and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rofferty of Uniontown visited Mrs. Elizabeth Rafferty Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Silbaugh and daughter, Thelma, of Hopwood visitfd Mrs. Silbaugh's mother, Mrs. Lida Stuck, Saturday evening. Slany Attend Funeral. A large number of friends attended the funeral service for Mrs. Ella Meyers, known to all as "Granny" Meyers, held at the late home Sunday afternoon. Interment was in Hill Grove Cemetery at Con- PARADISE, Jan. 25.--Rev. R. C. Miller, district cider, will hold _, preaching services, communion and V1CCS at thc Baptist Church are still quarterly meeting in Paradise Church, '" nrnc """ Pn " T -""*" v «*"«·- Friday evening. Occupies Pulpit. George Smith of Bridgeport filled the pulpit at Paradise Church last Sunday in thc absence ot the pastor, Rev. Gahagan. Other Items of Interest. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith were dinner guests at the parsonage last Sunday. Other recent guests with Rev. and Mrs. Gahagan were Mr, nnd Mrs. Edward Snider, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Phillips, Mrs. Mclvin Custer, Misi Louella Thomas, all ot Johnstown. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lasher and daughter, Patty Lee, visited with friends in McKees Rocks last week. Ed Snider, William Harbaugh and Philip Freeman represented this communily at the State Farm Show at Harrisburg last week and were present for the inauguration of Governor Arthur II. Jomes. Harry McConncll is still a patient in Mcicy Hospital, Pittsburgh. An operation was performed on his arm Monday aflerncan. He has an injury to a bone and is reported getting along fairly well. He had four guests Saturday afternoon. They were his wife, daughter, Elsie, son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gadd. Miss Margaret Moras is making an extended visit with an aunt in Confluen. -. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wiley Zufall and childicn spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Clcmint Lehman ot near South Huntingdon High School. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wingrovc and little daughter spent Saturday afternoon in Mount Pleasant. in progress. Rev. Lindlcy Shearer ot Sycamore assisted Scv. F. S. Wortman several nights last week. H. D. Shearer of Connellsville is choir leader. Several members of the Connellsville Baptist Church choir sang several musical selections. Joint Birthday Dinner. Lawrence Hawkins was feted at a birthday dinner at his home Sunday. Also sharing honors was a son- in-law, Clyde Krepps. A delicious dinner was served to members of the family. Those present were: Mrs. Mildred Eberhartcr and daughter, Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hawkins and family, and Ernest Hawkins all of Connellsville; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Krepps and son. Junior and daughter, Kathleen; Mr. anc! Mrs. Lester Dull and sons, Gorman and Martin; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burkholdcr, T. J. and Miss Alverda Hawkins, all of Mill Run; Mrs. Gladys Frctts ot Scottdale and Miss Mary Fadlcy ot Connollsvilic. Attend Inauguration. Graydon Work, Hess Eicher, Gilbert May, Frank Kooser and R. W. Prinkcy attended thc inauguration of Governor Arthur H. James and the Pennsylvania State Farm Show at Harrisburg last week. Other Items of Interest. Misses Gladys Livingston and Della Henry and Homer Miller attended the supervisors' meeting in Union- . 12 31 Mrs. E. E. Berg, Mrs. E. R. Whctscl, Mrs. R. B. Freed and Mrs. H. S. Hoke visited Friday with a sister, Miss Mary Hokc of this place. Word was received here that Charles Woodhull, a former resident, had suffered a heart attack at his home at Morgnntown, W. Va. Mr. and Mis. P. R. Chapman visited Mrs. Chapman's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Zeltner at Baggaley lecently. nellsville. Infant Burled. Funeral services for thc four- month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bryner, and grandson ot Mr. anil Mrs. Ross Bryner were held Sunday at the family home. Interment was in Chalk Hill Cemetery. New Arrival. A daughter, weighing 11 pounds, was born at Franlz Hospital, Confluence, Friday, Januiry 20, to Mr. and Mrs. John Collins of near Ohiopyle. The birth occurred the same day as the death ot Mrs. Meyers, the mother ol Mrs. Collins. town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krepps were callers in Connollsvilic Saturday. David Marietta and George,Colborn were business callers in Holsopple Monday. M. J. Sticko! of Grccnsburg visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stiekel, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William 'Shearer, Mrs. Sturgis Colborn and daughter, Belly Lou, were callers in Connellsville Monday, Robert Laughrcy and Charles Hider were callers in Connellsville Saturday. John Dahl, Frank Bigam and Robert Wycoff, thc latter from. Normalville, attended thc first aid meeting nt Conncllsvillc Monday evening. Peter O'Donnell of Pittsburgh visited his brother, Paul, over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Firestone ot Normalville visited the lattcr's parents, *" . and Mrs. James Miller, over the week-end. ~- Rcv, and Mrs. Lindley Shearer o£ Sycamore \'*itcd the latter's mother, Mrs. Sue Colborn, several days last week. . - . . , -

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