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Tuesday, January 18, 1938
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p.'.r-TWO. THE DAILY. COURIER. CONNELLSYTLrLE. PA TUESDAY, JANUARY is, 193S. By LYNNE B. KCNCELL Pittsburgh Woman Discusses Value Of Movies Before Culture Club · ^.'.'Importance of the Movies" was the theme of a splendid .talk given Monday-afternoon before the Woman's Culture Club by Mrs..£ J. Haller of Pittsburgh, chairman.ot the. division of motion pictures .for .the State · Federation .. of ., Pennsylvania Women , . - - , . .Mrs. Ernest-R. Kooscr, local chairman-of motion- pictures,..was leader of-the program and. introduced. the speaker who was greeted by-a rep-, resentative gathering-of club women. Mrs. Haller spoke briefly of the early, history of-picturcs,--dating back-to about-forty years ago, of-the technical-.development of- the-movies; as weli-asrthe wonderful growth of the- indu'stry. Speaking of- the movie* from-on educational standpoint,-Mrs.- Hallcr said.-that they have more aware of history, art and mus'c and..have increased Interest ia : gooil literature.- She. named, some of .the out3tanding;fllms, including Walt Dis-. ney's; "Snow White. and. .the. Seven Dwarfs,"'7 and ..recommended -good shorts and news reels.. She stressed the .importance/of parents familiarizing.-.themselves .with, movies .their believes that the Legion Auxiliary : Initiates Members; .Charter Is. Draped BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS / By S h o p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Authorltie*- the K, which East allowed to hold, .' KEEPING IT DARK REFRAINING from showing some cult during the bidding can bring unusual results It it causes the opponent* to lead that suit. It may result In bulKJng » vital entry to the dummy or in helping the dc- -lorcr in a variety of other ways. 4 0 6 4 V K 9 8 4 2 . 4. 10 6 * 8 7 2 ^1082 + A K Q S children attend. Mrs. Haller movies should encourage finer relations in the family and .community, better understanding among" people, more'respect.foiClaw.and firmer be- lief'in" the'reward"of virtue. The women's clubs maintain that it is possible to .do.all these, things .in a good "movie "and" still 'have it entertaining.""""" .'".." '.".'.'.".... ..'· : -Afthe'close of. her. talk. Mrs. Hnller conducted a short forum and displayed pictures "showing the research .work that was done before "The Buccaneers'.', was. produccd,-and -cartoon drawings. . Mrs." A. ~C. "Stickcl "arranged "an entertaining -musical. and -. literary program, the first part being given by. three-little girls. -.A piano solo, "The Rabbit Number," by. John Will- lams, was played by Sara Catherine Fenstermachcr. Ethe\ Rae Stickel gave two readings "My Christmas" 'and "Mary Had a Little Lamb." Marilyn TAnstinc played, two, piano solos,"".''The.Hose" and. "Big.Chief." Miss-'Betty 'Jordan renderedia.violin solo and Miss "Betty. Lee Dixon sang a 'solo.':: Thy ..were accompanied, by Carter. Ansttne; supervisor, of music atOhcTHlgh'School. ' · - XHeTtneeting was the club roomsrat:the .Carnegie Free 'Library and ^opened twith a business session in~'charge"":6f ..the president,.. Mrs. Henry W. McRobbie. Mrs. H. C. Barrow, chairman of the annual Christmas seal sale,'announced now totals $COI.41, a "considerable increase over that of last y e a r . " . " . . . ' . Attorney TVade K..Newell of Un- lontown will; be : the" Speaker at the next meeting"on"· Monday afternoon, January 31. 'His subject- will be "Juvenile ^Delinquency."' "Mrs. J. B. Davis will be'leader and Mrs. S. T°. Bcnford will have charge,,of the Four candidates were initiated at 'the..regular meeting of .the" American Legion .Auxiliary, held,Monday night at the .Legion .Home .with the president, Mrs.. Madelyn. Reed, in charge. .The.charter..was draped .in memory ct Mrs. .Max Backoff.. The fldac chairman, Mrs. J. R..LaughUn, announced that-the committee will again sponsor the fldac essay contest in which High School students will participate. The subject of the essay is "The Spirit of Fidac as Excmpli- .fled by the.Tomb of the Unknown Soldier." Mrs. Sara .Smith · was elected' a. delegate to the .quarterly meeting cf the Tri-County Council !to be held..Wednesday; February. 2, at Brownsville. The business session was supplemented by a delightful social session. ·Bingo was played and following the games prizes were given to the win- ·ncrs., Mrs. Agnes Soisson received high award. A committee comprising Mrs. Florence Rutherford, Mrs. George Percy and Mrs. Myles Bcal .served a dainty, lunch. . D. B. CLUB ENTERTAINED '_ BY MRS. JOHN;OGLEVEE Three tables of contract'-- bridge were in play at an enjoyable meeting of the D. B.- Club at which Mrs, John Oglcvec was hostess Monday night at her home ;_near- Morrell. High prize was awarded to/Miss Harriet Dunn and ""Hoping to Mrs. Stanley A. Lujnck. The gucst'award was received by Mrs. James-Robertson. Miss Edna Prinkey was; honored with a handkerchief shower, thc_-occasion marking -the anniyersary"-'-'of »'hcr " ' "·'·· '' A J 1 0 5 » Q 1 0 S * A Q 5 3 (Dealer: North. North-South vulnerable.) With 40 on Bcoro in their second game of the rubber, South started the bidding with 1-Qub and when [North bid 1-Heart, South Jumped "to 2-No Trump, which all pawed. West had very little hope of dc- feating-that contract, -but in con- jslderlnf; what might be his most deslrable'lead, hit upon. tho spade 'J, figuring, that, as South did not tld that suit, ha did not hold four of them,' and East might have some length - I n it. When this came Vi South, he took th» trick with Mie A. , . . . . ' . ' . . Th».«ieart J was now led. West ,covorea:th!« with the Q and North figuring as tho dummy was entry- less he would allow South to cash two hearts before going In with the A. A club was led and the Q lost to West's K. When West now led the spado 10, he created an entry In the dummy for the de-' clarer with tho spade 9. He slipped again when the next heart was led by playing the 5 instead of the 10, and the trick was won with the 8 In dummy. A third round of hearts dropped the heart A and 10, so that with the spade entry, declarer was now in a position to cash the remaining hearts. Instead of being set on the hand, declarer cashed four hearts, four spades and hid two aces. · · · · Tomorrow's Problem V Q J 1 0 S 6 4 2 · K 3 2 M 10 64 V A 3 ·» A J 10 4 4.A J7 4 K S 3 2 + 9 6 4 3 + 7 6 . . *K Q 10.6 2 . ."- . (Dealer: North. East-West vnl- nerab'e.) What Is the correct bidding on. this deal? ' " ' ' :'..'. Guest Artists Appear on Opera Program- Given at Meeting of Mozart Music Club At tfie elpsc'of the gamesHh'e Kost- ess'f served -}a" chickeh-suppcr "of · a't- tractiye -aispointmehts".- " -The-ccnter of -the'table was 'graced-"witK^n-rh6uhd pf.wliite"hyacinths",'-pink"snapdragoha 'and white pompons. Cut flowers were effectively arranged about the ' Miss Sarah Homer of "Mount Pleasant, regional chairman of the Southwestern district of Federated Music Clubs of Pennsylvania, and Richard H. Gingrich, band director oC the Connellsville schools, were guest artists on the program of the Mozart Music Club Monday night. The meeting was held at the club rooms in North Pittsburg street. Mrs. Samuel B. DeMcrcll was leader of the' program, the theme being "Opera." The program was: -."Origin and History of Opera," Mrs. Paul O. Mnlonc; vocal duct from "Lucia dc Lammermoor," Don- nozctti, Mrs; Leland S. Whipkcy and Mrs. Warren Decker, with Miss Pearl Keck playing the accompaniment; violin solos, "Romance," from Concerto II,' Wloniawskl and "Asa's Death," from "Peer Gynte Suite,' Grieg, Mr. Gingrich, accompanied by Edward McGill; vocal solo, "Si Si Mi · The'-next -meeting will b"e"held Monday -evening,-January-31,~at the homo'of Miss-Harriet-Dunn in-Syca- morc street. . MRS. L. DALE JOHNSON IS ".'·"·'·-· HOSTESS TO HOOPER CLASS The T. J. Hooper. Bible Class of the First Presbyterian : Church -met Monday night at .the 'home of Mrs. L. Dale Johnson .on -Race' street.- There was. a good attendance.. Mrs. M. J. Cummlngs.. conducted the devotionals, her subject being "Faith and Service." She spoke of the. faith and service of Daniel." 'Mrs'."AT B. Norton, Jn, president, "conducted' "a short business-session.. ' : . .;.....-.:. A social-meeting was enjoyed. Refreshments" were served "by "a 'committee composed 'of "Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. A. Jr., and Mrs/ The . meeting, rrbe -; .announced; comprises Mrs".Harvey .. JHarbaugh," Mrs. D. E. : .TrenerrMrs.-;F.-B.: Smith and Mrs. CumralagS7:.:.Mrsr.B:: Frank Smith wmnedd:therdevotlonals." FRIENDSHIP TEMPLE PLANS FOR INITIATION AND PARTY Friendship Temple of the Pythian Sisters laid plans at the meeting of the temple Monday night for initiation at the next meeting, February 7, to be followed by a Valentine party for members. An entertainment committee' was appointed, composed of Mrs. Sydna Smith, chairman, Mrs. Made Roberts. Mrs. Delilah Soliday, Mrs. Ada Mac Richcy and Mrs. Georgia Travis. One new member was balloted' upon favorably, Mrs. Edna Balsley. .Mrs. Georgia Travis, Mrs. Pearl FJsher;and:.Mrs, Sophia Carlson were'. reported"ili:: Following 'business "-there was square dancing.' DopK-prizcs were won by .Ralph~Maricttaiof: Mill Run and Mrs. Earl'.Jeffcrsi , 'Mrs. Mar-. garet Carothcrs of'Alverton was.a guest.:.'-.-'-':. ...v..:,".'."-,--:". Chiamono Mimi," from home," by Puccini, Miss C: D. OF A. WILt GIVE -- SOCIAL MONDAY, JAN. 24 "Court Annunciate of tho Catholic Daughters of America will hold a social for members and friends Mon- 1 day, 'January 24, at' 8:45 o'clock at the-Knights" of Columbus rooms in the -: Dunn-Evans.- - Building, North Pittsburg..street.T-Bingo--and -cards .wilT-bc."the:diversions.".;'...'".'."','",':." "La Bo- Yolanda Fasola, with Miss Keck accompanist; resume of the opera, Miss Fasola; violin solos, "Violin Maker of Cremona," Hubay, and "Song of India," from "Sabko," Miss Lois Benford, with Miss Virginia Graham at the piano; vocal solos, "Pace, Pace, mio Dio," from "La Forza' · del Destine," by Verdi, and "I Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Halls," from "Bohemian Girl," Balfc, Miss Hor- ncr, with Mrs. J. Montgomery Dilworth playing the piano accompaniment. Mrs. Daun E. Nutc presided over the business session which preceded the program. Mrs. DcMerell, chairman of the ways and means committee, announced that the care .party is to be held in February. Mrs Peter R. Welmer, chairman of the radio program committee, spoke briefly. Lunch was served by the hostesses Mrs. S. K. Hucy, Mrs. Pasquale Gigliotti and Miss Susan Hicks. The next meeting will be held February 7, with Brahms, Beethoven and Bach as the theme. BY Large and.enjoyable2was:.a.benfiflt. card and biri"gb,-parly~isivch.'.MoriaayT night by the Ladles' Auxiliary, to-'the South Connellsyine-. Volunteer "Fire Company. -Prize's- .were received^by the following:"- Five "hundred -- high," Mrs. Sue ^lurgHy;-- second, Frank JHig; third^ Mrs. Gannon; bingo- high, Mrs. Lyda Moore; second, Mrs. Mary Trump; third, Mrs- Charles Meyers; special- -bingo^-- Mrs.""Lyda' Moore; door-- Mrs. Gannon. The rarty was held at the firemen's rooms and after the games a dainty lunch was served. -. -- ·' ·;'··· '··'- MARTHA NORTON CLASS":;-_".':_: -r r MEETING .'ANNOUNCED ,. The Martha Norton Bible Class "of the First Christian Church will'meet Thursday afternoon at"2:30 b'clockVai the church diningroom'for its regular ' ~ ' EVERHART-J3IBLE. CLASS ," . ..-.I ·-·:-~rr::--WILL MEET .TONIGHT _ The .Everhart^Blble Cla'ss -of- 'the First" United "Presbyterian . Church will meet tonight-at 7:45 o'clock at tth'b Ti6me~of-Rcv." and^Mrs". George R.~.Xrupp' in Morton avenue.' ~ ' ~ nnss BETTT M.. LAWSON , ' OFrMT. PLEASANT .WEDS Mr. and Mrs. J.'Archibald Lawson of Mount "Pleasant ".announce--tha. marriage of,' 'their _daughter,'^Mls£ Betty M. ;Eawson,~,to~ SlmonuUH. Somcrs, son;of Mr. and Mrsr.Ch'arles B. Somers "of Greensburg;3E."D."5, on May 27,: lOST^iitTMorgantown,. w. Va. r: ·-.;.r.-rrm~r.'.'.^ .~v The ceremony wasT.TJerfoimedC by Rev. Joseph :C. Hoftman;~pastor"of the Morgantown Methodlstr.EpIscopal: church. :; . "z:.:.: V. F. W. UNIT TO GIVE .";·":: COVERED-DISH SUPPER- A 6:30 o'clock covered-dish siip^ per will precede the regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to Walter E. 3rown Post of the Veterans ..of Foreign Wars Thursday, evening at V. F. W. Home. Members of Walter E. Brown Post will bo.guests. The business meeting'Tvill begin at 8 o'clock, and. at the close .members will play: bingo. .. "."·"' """ 'JOINT'BANQUET PLANNED"' ; -FOR THURSDAY, FEB. 10 The annual banquet of the Win One-and Young Men's Bible classes .of the First United Brethren Church will be held Thursday evening, Feb- ruary'10, at the church. New Stanton Girl Weds. Miss Ruth Fox, daughter of Ellis R. Fox. of 'New Stanton, and Scott Miller,.'.'son . of Mr. and Mrs.' W. . J. .Mlller'"o£ "Lycippus, were married Saturday; January 15, at the Harold- Seanor parish :at New Stanton.. Rev. A. :F- -Schilling,':- the bride's pastor, ^Officiated." I«Z. '.. "T-TT. ' . "..'.' ' ' . . "rJlle'.C. L.U; ClassTof-the-JvIethodist Pjfotc3tant''Churchr-wiIlTattcnd the .revival service. tonight 'at-the church. ^heTraembers-'are'to: meet Jn" the'.Sun:day school room 'at:7"o'clock:'":: .'.: ; ~~:'-' tee Etta"Lodee to Meet.:: :.- Lee". Etta .Lodge No:: :515,; Ladies' ;Auxiliary to'the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will'meet .Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the B. O. ,Y. M..C. A.' ; ' ·...;· " .siarried.SS'Years." -. Mr. and Mrs; -E; - F. Hlxenbaugh Firsf Move to Oust B. B. Smith Taken By Weihe-Bosjed Group from Page One. doing this.' I don't think you '.are- doing the right thing to pre- ' at this time,"' Mr. Zollars said ." :i'I..don't know just what object i back'of this'·resolution,'* declared Mr.'.Durle. "I'm"-certain that thi board should aim-to apply-the golden rule." Mr. Smith Is hot deserving o that "kind of- treatment. "He 'has doni ah enviable-job in the schools." Mr; Durie said-thai all of the board directors would want to be treatci .decently as he;procccded to say tha Mr:.Smith has done an-cnviablc job .and-"this-action Is untimely, unfsl and unreasonable. He isn't dcserv ing of that kind of treatment.' He declared th; board of education is working not only against the man but against the school system and the children in its action and procecdei to say that the action In question wa; bigger than personal feeling. · "Our responsibilities arc (o mak the best possible available for oir students," Mr. Duric said. On questioning by Mr. Zollars Superintendent Smith said that : he had held his present position since 1920-and had the schoo system -since 1909--now rounding out his 29th year of service. Before the Wcihe faction forceL the resolution through, Mr. Zollar said: ; "I hope the time never comes when any of you men who will suppor this motion, .who after spending 3' years in service, gets this kind o treatment." -.. On the roll call, Campbell, Balsiey and Mclntirc, who Tailed to utter, a word in the discussion, Joined the! chieftain In passing the resolution and the other three registered oppo sitlon to it. Although the board president didn' say so, it is a foregone conclusion that the majority under Wcihe' observed their thirty-eighth wedding domination will elect a new superin anniversary their home at tcndent of schools next April to MIC Belle Vern-on-.wItK-Ji'"raBnry"ainner."tcecd Mr. Smith. From Far East Sal Shold · ' ... does'Korcan-dancos Dressed in one of the elaborate Korean costumes she wears in her interpretations, Sal Shokl, Korean dancer, poses for photographers in San Francisco, where she begins her scheduled world tour. Miss Shokl has been a leading theatrical aUractlon In North China; : Manchukuo and Japan. --Central Prest Special Groups Will Hear Girl Speaker Tonight 'Excuse Me" will be the subject f Betty Weakland's sermon tonight j the First Methodist Protestant Ihurch. The E. B. Martin Philathea and iaraca Sunday school classes from he First Baptist Church will attend n a body. The Onward, S. Cunningam and Agoga classes from the 'irst · Methodist Protestant Church vill.also be present. Another capacity crowd was prcs- nt last evening to hear Miss Weak- and sing and preach. The service vas opened with several orchestral elections by the First Methodist Totestant Sunday School Orchestra, directed-by Frank Boyd. As music vas featured, solos were sung by Miss Weakland during which she gave her inimitable interpretation of 'Heartaches"; Dorothy Weakland, who sang "It Is Wonderful," in a :ontralto voice, and Marjorie E. 'ierson who offered, "The Saviour Can Solve Every Problem." In her message on "God's Great Word of Invitation," Miss Weakland declared: "Come" is God's great word of nvitation. It appears more than 600 imcs in the Bible and its equivalent lundreds of other times. It" rings out in every book of the Bible. Ever since God said in the Garden of Eden hat the seed ol the woman should arulsc the serpent's head it has been God's blessed proclamation ringing out through the ages. "God says to come, let us reason together. Sin is unreasonable but God's plan of salvation from sin is most reasonable. He says for us to come and sec. Is there anything to this religion about which we are preaching? Is there anything in it for me? Will it pay? Come and see "It you have started the Christian life and stumbled or fallen, don't give up and say, 'Never again." Get up and confess your sin and keep going on. In Jesus we find security." Several times during her sermon the young evangelist interrupted herself to sing a chorus which helpec illustrate her points. She her message by singing a chorus which she wrote several years ago 'Come to Jesus." Dr. J. Roy Weakland, director and master of ceremonies for the Weakland parly, announces an unusua service on Wednesday in the form of an "all duy" prayer-meeting. Th church will be open at 7 o'clock am special leaders will be in charge o each hour throughout the day. Dr Weakland emphasizes that everyone regardless of church "affiliations, i invited to attend, stay as long as pos slblc and leave when necessary. V SHORT' COURT MAY CONSIDER UTILITY CASE By RUSSELL TURNER United Press Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Jan. 18--A strong possibility was seen today that a six or seven man Supreme Court may decide the constitutionality of registration provisions of the 1935 Public Utilities Holding Company Act. The forecast was based on the theory that two or three members of the court--Justices Benjamin N. Cardozo, Hugo L. Black, and the ct-to-be confirmed nominee, Stancy i-'.ccd--may not participate in onsidcrntion of the Electric Bond nd Share Company test of the act, chcdulcd to be argued orally Feb- tiary 7. Cardozo's absence from considera- ion of the case is thought certain, 'hysicians hold no hope that he will ave recovered sufficiently by that me from a scries of nearly-fatal cart attacks. Grave doubt exists, n fact, as to whether ho will ever csume active duty on the bench, many observers believing he will rc- ign because of physical inability to ssume his full share of the court's urden. Whether Black and Reed will par- icipate in the case, it was pointed ut, depends entirely on their own decisions as to whether they should disqualify themselves because of heir interest in the act before they mounted tho bench. Black, as a senator, voted for passage of the bill in 1935. Usual rustom is for former legislators to disqualify themselves from sitting in udgment of acts In which they were ntercsted before becoming jurists, ut no written rule exists "compelling such self-disqualification. In Reed's case, the possible disqualification--again entirely up' to is own discrimination--hinges on :he fact that Rccd has signed government petitions to the Supreme -ourt itself in connection with the Electric Bond and Share case. Many students of the high court expressed the opinion there was less chance of Reed disqualifying himself than there was that Black would decline to participate. Will Demand Night Sessions in Efforf To Break Filibusie WASHINGTON, Jan. 18.--Pro poncnts of the anti-lynching bill an nounccd today that they would de mand night sessions of the Senate his week in an - effort to break filibuster, now in-its llth day. Father and Son Go to Electric Chair Together By ERNEST BARCELLA United Press Staff Correspondent. STATE PRISON, BOSTON, Jan. 18. -- Frank di Stasio, who refused to attempt to save his son · because "I love him so much that I don't want to leave him behind," died with the youth early today in the electric chair -- the first father-and-son execution, in Massachusetts history. Slender, sad-eyed Anthony di Stasio, 25, muttering a prayer almost inaudibly, shuffled into the death chamber on slippered feet at 12:03 A. M. Four minutes and 35 seconds later he was pronounced dead by four physicians. . . His 55-year-old father, repeating in 'a firm, dear voice the prayers of Prison Chaplain .Ralph W. Farrell, entered at 12:10 A. M. .His lifeless, 225-pound body was lifted from the chair by three guards after three minutes and 57 seconds. . ' Governor . Charles F. Hurley rejected a last-minute", appeal in Anthony's behalf after defense attorneys had sought to pcrsuado his father to sifjn a statement accepting full responsibility for the crime for which the state claimed their lives. "My son is innocent -- I know he is." Di Stasio told Attorney William P.. Scharton in a lost interview. "But I won't sign the paper. I love my son so much -that I don't want to leave him behind me." · Father and son met for the last time a few hours later, just before midnight. They had been given the last sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church and were ready to die. Anthony extended his hand, and said: . ' . ' . ' . "Goodbye, father." Di Stasio's eyes filled. Me gripped Anthony's hand firmly, and replied: ' . "Goodbye son. It's -tough, but I'll see you again." Di Stasio died as the actual murderer of Daniel M. Crowley, Boston freight' handler, at Hudson, Mass., in May, 1935, 'in an attempt to collect $12,500 insurance. Anthony was MODERN WOMEN Nttd Not SttfFtr monthly pain and delay dao to coku,nerroiu (train, exposure or similar c Chl*chc»tcnOiamoDdl{raQdPilUaK rrliablo and jpvoQalek Riticf. Sold by ftUdruKcutt for over 50ycan. Aikfor "THI DIAMOND convicted as accessory before the fact.. Crowley, who' bore remarkable re semblance to DI Stasio, was lure into Di Stasio's automobile at Bosto Common and driven to Hudson, whil Anthony followed in another ca At Hudson, Di Stasio beat his vie tim to death with . an iron pipe poured gasoline over the body an set fire to it and the automobile. CONCEIT BLAMED ; FOR BAD SPEECH NEW YORK, Jan. 18.--It your pronunciation is bad, mnybe it's because you're conceited. II you sny, lor instance, ''f ivmcnl" for government, "probly" fr · probably" ami "ciddy" for '.'city." Dr. Jo/eph Vanderbu.-L*. chairman o£ the ward ol examiners of school teachers, said in a report: "The real difficulty in most cases, of unsatisfactory speech lies in the stomp of approval the person himself has given to his own sp;cch with no other authority than that of his own dulled hearing." People make "the comforting but false assumption," he said, "that because one's speech is not criticized it must necessarily be above criticism." More Recovery News. LOS ANGELES, Jan. 18.--The burglar police have dubbed "Sorority Sam" is finding things picking up. His scries of burglaries from -the Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority at toe University of California has netted him: On November 19 60 cents, December 7 $21 and the other night $32. . . · Dies at Hopwood. Following a lingering illness, Mrs. Maria L. Murphy, 78 years old, died Monday afternoon at her home at Hopwood. Modernize Your Ring: The true beauty of your diamonds cannot be adequately shown when they are set in an obsolete mounting. We have a variety of modern mountings that you, can choose from, and expert craftsmen to re-set them. J.M. KURTZ 'Successor to' ·A. B. 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