The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 7, 1930 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 7, 1930
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Second Part Pages 11 to 20 VOL. !J8, NO. 75. CONNELLSVILLli!!, PA., FRIDAY EVENING, FBBI UARY 7, 1930. Vocational Guidance anal the Difficulties In Correctly Applying Its! Principles ' In hifj tilk on "Vocational Guidance" boforo t h e Klwanis C l u b on Wednesday, Prof. D. II. Lore-o, principal of tho High School, u«ed by way of Introduction. «, conversation ho had with a 75- year old undo In Ohio somo years HKO. This related to tho opportunities of boy« ol to'lay and w h e n his undo was a you IMC m a n . "Ye«," im'd tho latter, "there aro rnftny morn opportunities today but tho **~ young men also hav« many morti obligations th iu when I iva« a boy." A d a p t i n t this statement to proffent day conditions Professor loree rtaid that younJf men of today tnust xnaVo movt and wTM- pjeparatlon for thdr life's wm-1 . They rau«t (It thomeolvm for tho w o r k to w h i c h they arc b ' t t : duptc'i by i n c l i n a t i o n , tastes a n d ) training if they hope to succeed. "They must forf ot tho fancies of youth, w h i c h intmy boys havo before thity have reached tho age when it ie necessary for them to decide what t h e y ' w a n t to lo." "\Vhonovor possible IKJS should k n o w w h r t thoy will do afier gradua- t i o n . But the experience o' mo«t men ( except those In tho professions, is that lompimUlvoly low of them follow t n e ^ samo line of work IhrouK'hout th-(r lives. Th't, condition muke-i it difficult, for many boys to d-ecldo on a vocation I a n d oven more difficult for the schools io advise them ae to their preparation. "Among young mon of today a n'.a- jorjty aro expressing a preference- for aviation hut w i t h o u t realising the re- )UironiMilH of tho sonlco In msuiny Instances this in a youthful fancy that will later give way ta terious thought siibout a Jifo'« work. Othora have a! fondneea )or t i n k e r i n g w i t h m a c h i n r i y or oloc-trital appliances, radio and Oie llko. They may have certain aptituue In those directions but In the early years of uehool life this does not al. way's develop as being a suro guide. "The tn«k of tho schooi, and to w h i c h school people are directing their attention i v i t h greater I n d u s t r y , is to bo h e l p f t i ) to young inert in ranking a "^ i hole® of w o r k for which tley may bo host adapted. As a rule ancients in I ho high school require sjenorAllited rather t h a n sppcial training In order t n a t tho-y may be better able to make I heir selection of a vocation. Many students do not have a -definite idea of what the} wleh to follow. U w o can provide instruction t h a t w i l l make it taslor or pooeiblp for them to come to a definite decinion, we wil 1 have- per- tormcl a h e l p f u l service. "It soraotline* happens t h a t a young man may bo especially skilled In some line of work and be make-b hta preparation exclusively along this Uno, It may go w°ll w i t h him u n t i l sonio day mi uccidetil happen-t that incapacitates · him from f o l U m l n j ; his work further, and bo iss under the necessity of learning ionic other. I E ho h«H had gen- ci allied Itifitmctiort and training ho i an w i t h a little s,pcrla! s t u d y master t i now \ocalion. Hut when not o prepared by his bcbool work it is more difficult to mas-lor a new trade "The work oE the High School is lending every assistance possible to young people. We strive by many means to make our service recall v holp- ful. "We apply psycologlcal t^sts in an effort to oblaln a hint of, ;i hoy'6 capacdty in various direction But those do not Uway6 serve th; purpose. Tuey may merely indicate tho t end of, Ifaie boy's mind, not detenu me it definitely. "Training in high school miisl, go b lyond guiding a boy in ths choice of a vocation, or laying tho foundation for .future eucceea. They must 1m trained for lelMire as well MS for *vt ork. They 'Jiou d be encouraged Lo o, desire io use t h e i r after school houra in some torm of useful effort. VSome boys early a«ttle In their 'I'inds that they will go to ollof,c. 'Vhey have the mc-ans to satisfy tlieir I'imbltions. Othei s who are without means to secure a college education present th« greater problem 'o tho leacher who 'jeelis to direct tnera in the choice of o. life's -work. The icacrier on-deavora by a variety of met iod« to find a correct nieasur-e ot th boy'H aptiludo P'sychologlcal t-ests. a ~e indl- r-n'ions, bul not a sure guid-o. Talks with fatudents, i i ' k i n g them qu -stions, o f t e n revwi 1 fiinta lhat oT «r tho leacher opi^ortunitiee to aid t io fitu- donts in comln f y to a deckuon v 1th respect to the lino of work thej would nio«t prefer to take up. "Kven a f t e r theso expedients have been used the boy still has the problem of finding w h a t w i l l ho the lest opportunity fo training after leaving High School w h e t h e r it he in Lhe old lino college, work-study college, a technical school, or to enroll til a trado school « ch as are beii g conducted by m a n y of tho large corporations. In tho l u l t e r study of te\tlxioks K combined, or rather alternate cl, with shop practice fur the purpose of developing alesnHn, piant managers, service men, et::." ' Profeefeor Ix p ree oxhibitod forme u»ed in the High. School for the eolf- rating of benior students who are a^ked tr indicate thereou tho e\lent of their interest in a variety of activities and also the extent of their ability and proficiency In others Tho daia t h u s collected checked againfif the ratings made, by tho teacher inaketi i ossible a conclusion as to what would be tho best course to pursue after earing high achool Pro'esor Loree expreaseci very heart^ approviil of tho work of the vocational guidance committee of the Kiwanib Cluh in providing apeaiceis to meet with the e t u d e n t b - a n d givi talks on tho practical operation of i he occupations or professions m wht h thoy are eni?agel. Thoy Interest Uie students who are anxious to leijrn ail they t a n before coming to i fi \al decision us to what preparatio i they w i l l make for their own life's JV t' 0 T I P 0 K A T I, D TWENTY PAC3-ES. Distribution of Pension Fund at Prick Coke Plants 11 .,111 button of t h e U n i t e d States HU-cl 4unl t'arncsle Pension Fund at ( h o flevveic'l w o r k s of t h e II. C. Frlck Coke C o m p a n y , as a n n o u n c e d in the tuuiual report of t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n ot t h o f u n d , was: ( * i i i c i .il »I'fkT 1 ! 5 A l w i t o n Gets Finland Post i ' i I I I I C H t . . · · ( ' i r t I i l . . · t »!!!( i ( u l i n i l . i l N I · o l o n h i l N ^ : ^ , . ! , n l i l N ' | . C n l I n e r i , t! N'' 1 ( ' i n t i n ' M U n l Xo 11 n Ulnm t ' . i r o t l n . H« fin Xo. t .-·,271 (·· Ti -)lir. (I", .-.,00'' tr, \ 1C, i mi ';(ix ."ii ir'i t I TH lr,T Sd . 2,t 1^ no u . i ^ s M-» jr..SHM " -I 1 74 -'0 , ·; 'ii,M (Hi .') ,Hin lio i m."i mi i "-- MI i !,.".:·: MI . S (SST.MI J 12 S01,4I i 1 1 im!r! t " i k r o n c Ata i n ! i u » l l i M ii'iriK-rH \ r u t u n l . O l ' p l t a n t P)' rn f i . P h i l l i p s S lis 1 1 n 3 t , f 7 i to -,j»rii so ic, r-.nt ui s.5l'l ln 7 777 00 ]-]dward E, Brodic, ' of 0) egon City, Ore., newly appointed U. S mrnititer to Finland, served ak minister to Siam under President Hardinp. He is a newspaper edi tor a.nd publisher and is an ex- president of the National Editorial Association* Peinsville Mb o 11 Hiu':i \\ c" N]" I Sou i n Wo 1 *' X ' "· T r o t t i - r X T n l t p d AV v n n Y l l l ' k l l l l ' l YounsrM.'Mv Tho lU);t(^tter C'oko Con pany. operated by 'he f l . C. KI u k Coko C o m - j p a n s , bod fi d i s t r i b u t i o n of $lii.7fi."i ?·", j M f o l l o w H f d l t ^ I I ' M · v i l l _ s l ' . i ' W n t l i . \ i. 1-1 r, ',.-, io ".177 10 1(1 ."1.' "" 1 ,oos (in t ... J,!,J L"-|' I'K.NNSVIIJ.E, Feb. 7--Daniel Miller ~'i' 701 t ' l ' suffered a light paralytic trok-e, 'j'i 5",7 t n l causing him to .Uue the use of hit left -' £if| --" banO. 3 1 r.4 i i',; 2 01 T U M I Barnpy Taylor is ill with m. asleo. s '.ssnn Mr*A - t' l r tc . who had been visit- ro j ing hoi daughter. Mis. J C. Il»ke at ^" *, ~~~ ~"! T u r t l e Creek for s e v e r a l weel s, ret u i n e d home Sunday. · H a §* n !«QI % i u r u o y California ORAMGJES Jell-O, 3 packages Raisin.5, 3 pounds Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour ... S,tairt today to buy the P%mi Store way. Join the r lany thrifty people who come from miles a otu»s3 to buy their groceries at wholesale. If you watit to save Bring your ord st to the Perm Stores--Lowest Price Grocery Stores. Shredded Wheat 9c | Campbell's Baked Beans, 'loV;ans79c 591!.^=^^*^ , BUTTER HARDING CREAM CO. J OMAHA -KAW8A8 OtTY-Z)ES MQtNES ' WIST WEIHT ", SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR, box 2Sc Best Butter in America You Cannot Bny RettcriBnlitter At Any Price. TOILET PAPER 8 Five Cent ROLLS 25c 4 Ten Cent ROLLS 25c jfhie Ilibbon Mayonnaise Thousand Dressing Tartar oauce liusslau Dressing Olive COFFEE, Lb. 29c Maxwell House Coffee, 2 Cans 89c CHEESE, Brick or Longhorn, Pound 29c ROOMS, GOOD QUALITY 35c The Big- Loaf * · 9 ''' A NAT 10KAL BISOJ f ^A^£ "U--SL2; Lb, Uneedas, 12 Boxes 49c Butter Wafers,Can 33c NationaS SNOW PEAKS 6 6 6 Tablets ' i n Ih'.nlnclip nr N f t i r n l t r l n in] Mr. ,uid Mr*.. ,1. R l i a l t h i l l an I Mrs. I I U i i lli'i-k vfcittHl l i i e i i d t , . U I V i t t i r u ' Ml 1 - M a v F l . i i i i " . and t i i ^ t c i .Mi ,. .1. H .Nil k low v i . j i ' i d irii'iul 1 ! in t l u o u - t J W II WnIlK Mi.IV \ l i t . U .1 J-il]HM v\ a i til Cot iK'Ib-- \ i ! l i » U ' l d i u - ^ l d v .it tho home t hor · K i U K l u e i . M i l - C h a r U - R C a h l « i - I . \ \ l i o is I I I Mis 1 * Cora HI' lie.v of T ' l i i n i t o w n « p e n t Wetinesil.ic uul T h u t t d a . v v i s n - hu' h« r consul, Mins .\ln Fortune Telling Takes $25,000,000 From New York Yearly By U n t l o d Tress.. NKW YORK, Fe'j. 7.--- Fortune telling nets 125,000,000 annually in New- York, according to John Mulholland, magiciau-leBturer .mcl arch et'emy o£ f r a u d u l e n t fortune telling. Paris, ho says, pays just $0,000,000 'for its glimpses into Uio past, present and future. A major portion o! this huge sum Is nothing more than pure blackmail, j r u l h o l l a n d bays. I "A man will tell his w i f e that he is suing to w o r k tu his office, but he plays poker willi iho bojs," Mulholland said, U l u s t i a t i u g one form of blackmail "The blackmailers get I'CP. Tho students took advantage ot the opportunity and wve-ral visite-i 'Aunt Beatrice.' i "Three years later, after they had been introduced to socie-ly and married, they paid heavily for the visit to ·Aunt Beatrice'--and a, fortune teller claimed to have read their 'indiscretions' in their palms. "The blackmailing fortune te^er-s never collect toll from guilty persons, they scare vulnerables by threatening to toll an u n t r u t h that cannot bo proved an u n t r u t h graceiully. ' \\iad ot H in w a j ' t a n d.vuli'.e They it is 'iu hi! i-a to tt-ll hu a ( uban t w i t h i n w h i c h they a l o n e make the man be- E o i t u n e ' '1'hpy w i f e hi vuis suon a bluiuti "lie ho tnlnntP 1 ' »v, and I'l-ockh Ua'aila In 6«6 also In Lltndd. »l\f Hi"** ( onkins? tor iJarg-.Uns T the «dv i rtlt.i'r i ,9nts In ' Dally CourUxr. Th* w a s n ' t w l l l i a blouili., bin w h e r e lie Loid his w i l e he ut, to be--fao he p«iys oil One group o n c e \soike-d tlirce jo.u.^ to Ki't its, ' e \ l d e n c ' r ' A select Rirlb' M houl w a s s i n g l e d out Its s t u d e n t s « f i f [ o l d ' A u n t D e i i r u e * w o u l d n u i i o i h ' - m tu s-pn»d I IIP \ \ c o k - o i \ d \ \ i t h her uul -xiirl a Itvivrlol i luujffeui I D tlu 1 ai houl tor hei--all loi 1 ii ''cry nominal Quickly Stops ' Dreaded Coughing Ooughlmj won't bother yon this winter if you keep Foloy's Honey and Tar Compound on hand. Whether y o u r cough re-uilth from a coid, Irritated hronchial Lubes, tickling t h r o a i , troublesome night coughs or a con- stunt nervous hacking, each of )'V)Jey's Honey a n d T a r o.irrlps i t s ( i n a t i v e balsamic d e i n u l c u n t virtues into direct c o n t a c t w i t h t h e l i r i t a t e d surfat-CM and give , instant i c - l l e f . JP! i good to lliti t h r o a t , w a r m s and £uni- l o t t s , auct-ptablo to thr ino-at n i i M t l v u l . l o m a t b No opiates, no c-hloroiloTU A l i l d l y l a x a t i v e Dependable, and cl- t e c l i v e a l i k e lor c h i l d r e n and grown p p i ^ o n i Ask toi Koley's Honey am! Tat For sale b.v f Ro.\ Het/cel, \Vool- w o t t h nuildmj,.-- A d v e r t i s e m e n t . U u l a t b u l u n S l m p l i n e s Problems USP f l u s s i t i f i d Ads, b r i n g results. trc Th aif- thi Wli nic to- tht Sec IsCl an t ) K i h i p,i S e l l Th By FRANCES PAUET opyright, 1930, by Style Sourest EW YORK, Feb. 7--Assembling a iibseau may ho a doubtful pleasure, illing it is tottre to ho, but tiresome ), unlesfe one avails on-ea s-elf ot oi a trousseau talon jro the mountain corner fo Moiiam- 1 theory (K tesletl gut. The brule- ie faeala ho reel r in comfort w h i l e store's treasures are laid at her , w ( i i c h is a deluxe Way oC uhop- 5, one must admit, ami one w h i c h es time and endles-3 lootstepn hi.H winter'^ crop of brides t -ub- ibes to lOmpirci lines, their go\\iifi cut iii one w i t h the H l c i i t , ratlior i! added »a lias been the case w h e n rl, s k i r l s w o r e t h e vogup B r i d a l i u , the t r a d i t i o n a l (luilc.*' ot' KCMI- ti(;iih of b l i d c i i , i t i t a i u s Us ponitiou tnolio hpelU ·uIcKaiuc to m a n v ·'»«.! ,o in l i n e w i t h the j i i o v a i i m g pca- u«, aii'l J l u i i n g silhouette d e p a r t m e n t -^tbre ho re han m a n y iirc'-iue \ve-d-dingri tu its troilit v Inloi and hafl been allocating tol lines Io · t h e ni.nilH, w i t h s i l l i e r n, i j i o t t f in h r o i a d p for ' l i e hnd\ i Kaiplio line hn.s bcMi t h o s p n l?y man,\ i c a l l j feiii.irt girlh t h a t one feels that it is most expressive of the current mode, and in these lovely models the tiny puff sleeve is a characteristic feature, long glace glov s completing tho picture This is a newer, and far more youthful note than tho long, t i g h t sleeve' of tl e iMedieval type, and one which s greatly admired Unless one is tl e proud possessor o£ heirloom lace or veil, the modern bride .sensibly enouph prefers and chooses nmline which e ot coui-ho draped to feint Uie lines ot her face and mounted in deference io hor individuality Hci maids arc effectively halted w i t h lace usually, although as spring approaches h a i r b r a i d s and lauy straws arc considered. ThCbP h a t s are often fashioned on baby cap lines, fitting tlio head snugly and ripping over t h e back neckline. It i,3 largely a m a t t e r -of i n d i v i d u a l proferance w h e t h e r tho p u l i r e ptirly - w e a r s one or more nioluls r coior.s OliaTming eflects of cotnsc ai c p n i d u r e d by ibf use of pink and bhu , lor ii'.slanct 1 , lh b u u r i u f l (.inyin," 01 I t h o PLANS TO PROVIDE COMMUNITY RADIO R-J United Prc-5si KAYRE, Fa., Feb.. 7.--Everitt Slagel, a Sayre inventor, lias petitioned th« borough council to erect poles for the purpose of installing t'ominunity radio sets Sltigel plans to crc-ct a long aerial on a h i l l t o p near t o w n and install giant receiving sets, Carrying special loud bpeoKers to homrv, in Bayrc and vicinity I3.n:h speaker \\131 have » .special ar- rangornont w hereby tin? iuer w i l l bo able to dial any one of several f-ta- tion., t h r o u g h the central f-et/,. To ( o u n U I uppojntrd a rommlttee to M- Mitigate t''e ])iopo«ilion. Train Blind Men As Salesmen Confiscation Never Pays Conllsrrition Is the most dungermin Jind n l t l m u t c ' l y cosily of nil policies. CnpK.ilisni !s u l i a t you ohoose I n ·«!! I I , hut neilll i« s o m e t h i n g which runs s n r v h p c.fiv ilieorfilwil ?vs(pm nf so cial K t i v e r n m e n t , I f ' h p pcnple of t l i - vvnrlii a i e to f o n r i n u e t o exchange commodities and services --Bnrron'o Financial Weekly U:, Keb 7.- -A f o i i ' f of lilmi) niPii lias h^eu 01-3 lij I he J l a i ii"5l)iirt4 lir.inph of thi. l'i-niifylvai]i,i Assooiatiun oi' tlip mind to artvocato UIP purchuse of products made by t h e blind, 7'he a^socjatiun w i l l take precun- tioiiR ttiaf intposters Hliall not tak« a d v a n t a g e of the h i t u a U o u , i! was saiii. Courier. Who l « I'utnitilxc. ^ " advorllho in The D«i]v

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