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January 28, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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; \ T I P D U " nu D Mr v POT nrrR r n \ \ r T T = \ T n r I IV C ELKS TO HOLD AMERICANISM CELEBRATION Three Youths Die Sn Chair; Two Chums Gel Commutations Legionnaires Advance 011 Chicago for Convention Committee Will Meet Monday Night io Advance Local D lans FIRST WEEK IN MARCH IS TIME Ii\ OSSIMNG ^ voang h igs f om o ist ic L \ \ c i t c n Jit 11 \ illcc I t ions i id pel UniUd I re J i n 28 -- Ihic-c. \V \ o i k s louei p 1 ceman Tliu t li id putil oned Govemoi H u b c . i t H Lchm n to 01 n c i e f u l bee n e t ! \ h d F ' o \ v n u i in tho squ loi i f UK si ims md n u v e i i i d i eh in c The govcr- i 01 d dn L i g i e C o n n c l l s x i l l e "Lodge Bcne\olert . Pi elective Orclc, of Ol » ^ ,11 p-n- j3ut 12 hcn , s o , , L1 hL h lcl com . ic.p-.te ,n the n .t or-u idc eelebr - c m onm( , nt t,on of V m e n e m . s m n'eek '° K c n ol ((ll , ot t h c l l c( T mp , ,,,, ,.. p, ,, p Ch It (V 2" md Isidoio Zmimeim n claimed \\ Ethvard J MeCo mu_I gnnd e\a ted i n l c i r or tie \seoi. of M rch 1 io 8 H has been surges ed t h a t tJ e local o o s e i v a r c c be held ioni AI u e h T to 11 md d e t j Is \ ill be irmi ra u - tod \ \ h c n the social md ccmmuri 1 } wcinic conm tlcc of the loeil odge of \\r-ich Chi-les F DonnclK is cln rman meeU i^ T onda"s n gh to be- 21 He iict!\ on the ficts of the c iso id t h e i e \\ is I L ^omblc douot o* the device o r then ;nll l 9 p u b l i c i s e d I The local eommittce include* Chnirrn in D n ncllj Ben H Cat ip- bell G C D n v i d on Milton V IWun' l o i n J E r a d \ Chniles \ Crc\ 'o S D Oppemeir Geoige Gentry CHrrnce \ Poi C C Gnllnghei P*Ml p Gih irdi \\ rf Soisson J i A \ il mm DcBolt G IW H O I C K it? J M Ri chc\ E A M llu Dn\ id H ChniloMvo th HIE y G B i o n n inc Wil nm D G l i c den The grind ledge ids ist-d the. Co i nelNxi ic bnnch a^ follow- ·Vmeucamsm Week ms been p o- claimed b the ginnd e\ ilted i lei ioi he \\cek of M i i c h ] to 8 19 9 It w i l l be most successful is in C \ D I C sion of the mtioi il sen i nen of the B P O Eiks or 1 * U «adi 01 the suboi dimte lodges i^ suci,t.;sfi I u ll in cnlistin he aid nd intciest 01 ollt - thc p ojec* of he ent I L c o m n u n u s I c U l It \ v i l l be r ost sucte s t u i \ hen ° ' earn uboidmaU. lod^c has pei^uac cd j he Domini -^ G u u i g l i 10 yen ^ go b\ settlement house 1= i t j p i L I child ol the ^lunis Arthur F ledmin 22 ind Joseph O Liughlin 24 died c ne i^ter he othei j n S ig S ng pn o n s electric elm Tnr\ ! il ed Detcc i\ o Michiel Fole 1 - dunij, i hold up m Nev. Yoik Citv n 937 The niotheis ol ill f \ o ittci ded a clemenc ht m r g b c f o i o Go\ e noi Lthii u ^ncd n Ji v,ent f n e itoi ng the execution cii u ibei q u i c t l ejes closed ccomo in ed b\ i i ibl i G a a n f e l n u h o \\ »b 17 \\hoi ^-olej \\ s k i l cd can ice i i c t u i e into the eh mi ici Smil nj., 1 " isscd t ic e i i c f i \ nd i t u r t i n n e d to one 01 the gu n e ind s i d I n pr ttj o u r g i( h u e to dn. O L u p h h i u il cd m e t i c roc m lie- oh i McC-ilics Cith- chnnl n n \sho h met d h i m i ifi Ik kissed i t id ST d i i srrile f i hei He f ced \, itncs (.s i! d s nd I ni glad IViayor and Policeman lend Turkey Dinner; Red Light Is Needed Motion Pictures of India at Vanderbilt Church Monday High! -\n advance gT3 ird of th" tho is^nds of Ipinonmirt*- who will inside Chicago next fall for their annual convention icccne a w-iim welcome from D i x i e Ui ubir d i n L i n p sciccn = ar 1 hey aic front ( l e f t to right* Jane V a l n n t 01 D L T I X C T L 1 M t G i n n i s ol Cfi c if,o Jim "\ ulcirc of San I ranci co 11 d M H btaihbjr; of Los Anpck Back i o \ \ , (Icf to riL,h ) I u^ene Oppe iheimc- of Portianu O e ina Harry G r i b u u k l of \L\V York Unit O f f i c e r s Named in First M. E. Campaign Hopkms-At Ease p a gan Gods of Force, Lusi, Cruelty Loose, Bishop Mann Stales corimuniu tha in t ie c c d ^ ^ s ! the otl t i oo\s go i L e i ^ merit ansm is more i r r p j i u n t tr- n j i id i big nose I u o u l d h*n c got c s e i t md ZIJ dom is one ?f the finest b r e a k too e\Diession. of Amci c trisrr The \rnei icamsm *\ oek pi o- t l t m e d o% t h e giina e - s . i l t e d t u k houla be legnitlod bv lor i] lodge not o r l \ a eek m w h i c h c m d i d i t e s *re moiled ir he \mencanism t l i s s bu ulbo i \ ce/v n vsh ch to dcTonsli Ue Ls its soonsoiship O f -\ cues of e\enls its i c i l c i n c e i n foi ir-. n t e i t s t m the «.J!L tion of tne n i en a nioblems The u h o l c week should be dc ·v i-cd io \icric in ^ n T t pio^i m oj the suboi d m a t L ]oa 0 c hould cmnhnsize he orders pit i n t i c pur- po=;ps t md i =; \\ide b ickground of p s t ' - o t i e a^compl shment= Chairn an Donnelly siid that v.hile niTangemen s h i v e not been f o i m u lited it is hi e \ that an o n t n c cek \\"}\ be g u e r c v e i to a-ious cti i ies in CGnnell=; illc to It irglv ob- ei*ve the e v e n t he e if I Then h s nov, n \\ t ^tiipped in 11 1 \ \ o i d s o \ e t u t i o n * . Robei t ^1 K t I nei r i Bob F l l i o t i rlo cd he t u l i t iiifi he died Ch i cfl i r i b c t i r h ic n e t n kc it i h v e 101 months u i t h n ulm li s f itht. Lou s rushed to tl t u n d c i - t i K e r \\ ion he l e i i n c d of the com- mui tio i n n d c m c c i l c d his f u n c r n l 01 dt No busmf *s foi j o u b° =houted ^he mr t h e 1-1 ot tho c u h i did not \ i^il hem in the de ith for i I ist fi**ev.cil Tun w tj out nn-si i^ cf e\ cr^ mt n ctdit I pis up Sd ol To b Ir i ^ t mt n it is th 1 1 1 of thr in Cod h u \ i 1 Su id \ i th in tio ! i.i r f t e r u L % o !i | C 1 i h n 1 Su id I N i t h u i t h nd ! - n e, r i i n n L, f C! i i s \ i l l i Hi i |) ! II S t f r fl d died French Chamber Upholds Military Expansion Program The Science of Power" Rev. Elliott's Subject B^ R \ L P l f Hf j n ten r e Sta T C i re poncu nt PAItIS J n 28- \i t n u \ \ h " ! m nt, v o t e ol eonlit LII^C 1^% t i e Cn i n- The Silence o Po\\er \M I bn b f i i r Dej^ut e ck i cd tl \v v r n- ihc rroimng *ermon subject i tlie d i f o r P r t m t i E d o u » d D i l i d i c t b Pi-st Methodist Ep copnl C h u i e h \ st *ni i a i e \ p ns J O i prog in de When Hinlet u te ed l i e nc ible i signed t j defcnt t 111 phia^e The t me 2 out of joint O e m p n e md I e e j Sp i n CL rsed spite th it e\.e i j \\, is bom to do m m t on bv 1 1\ «-ct it i gh c x p i c -.co the mood o r Oopj td on s o SoenhsU m a n j U d d v s i v s Rc\ L S Llho C o m m j n \ 10 % e p \ o t i r g ' F \ e i pc son u h o Uunks ut all id- at, i n = ' tl e t,o t i t mt nt ^ o-ci_ i nit 1 : t h d t some h ng s iou ! d oc done In. 1 - of dole MIL c r he ^ n p u c But \ \ h d * It c e r t d i n h jsi t a 1 ck in piot gaj isL its f a lure to thro v of kno\UedE,e Noi a 1 i^k of m^te- o )t n the b o i a c i -^ud i h j m s tr ri il, benefits n n d ^.om orts Not e v e n oeled^uci e'i l o i ) i b t Sp in D Idd PI i Idek ol po\\ci It seems tne n e e d ' u o n i m i j o n t of 3GO to _34 on o£ tne hour is po oe u r d contiol o f . 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Mount Pleasanl Church Tomorrow id\ \ i l l c/Tc i IR % il be he onls m ssion c h d i E j o it to be dn idcti bt l\\ eci T n Bil ei ina the C n l s Cho i = Phf Gn !s C lom*: u i l l n ^ tlioir )ou on to promote ·\oun £ peoples w o r k m nc Tn-T(jv.n n t e a Res O l i v e \ U R U tub Gio=;selin O S H of St \ ncci t \ el bb y V h o L lebi ltd his h i s t s jlcnn hish m i s s t Ho \ Su u n t n t C n u tl o r bui^, on j n u i v v, i 1 si ig one, M U rn i hit, i m s t IU 3u Si id \ n c i n m j , u St Jo-- Enrciis in (CC Camp UnJer Name of Brcther Who Fie: Wilh $2i5 r OOO I \ I LI nece sarj to control the material foicei that have to do \M n indmdml l i t e s t devulpmcrts mcludii g the Bnieeloi d to he Spi inish riation- Ji^-ing ! a lists md imitation m It i] for the E v e n i n g \esper scmcc at 4 30 j eonqi cst of F i c n c h eolonies boider- o clock B i i e f me»s ife,e on Lojalts J m j the Meditcn -inenn tu the C h u i e h j Hie pohej ns o a t l u cd by Dil idici _ -t !d Bonnet \s is (1) Offense o Slot Machuie D n \ c S P R I N G I I E L D 111 J i n 28-- Att- ·ng G o s e i n o r John Stecle nnd Atto ney Gcneial John E Ca^c dy en ed all conntj ^ h e n f l s md the sta e poiiee n a sta*c-\\ ide d n c a ot imst ^iot mjehmes non-mtci v e n t i o r ir the Sp n sn \v n but based on i tu m dctei mimtion o Fiance nd G i ^ i t B u t i j r i to f r e e Spa n md the ~\s e em "VTeditn mean of all ' f o i e i g n mfiuerccs a* 1 soon as lie Spim h x s n i Lnc "Thanks for Coming to See Us!" Mrs Rooserelt-with Parahtic \ i c t i m " Mr-s FranUm D Tiooicvc t -wife of tic President aidi c m thr i f a i t i r patrah^is campaign ciats vth small patients at the Ohi'drrn % ho--pi!i T (n TV T-hinptcn ?nown ^nth Mr-: Kccse^eU aro 4 n non^ Vctc 11 -tr ! Betty Basri'Cll ((ertmlFrr ) Girl Lot i etl I i B --- f L h i n n ol ft G f i i I t i r t ho i ir ., \ i n i i 11 ip U t D 1 n d D 1 L Ml i u 1 i tr d n n \t l t d ms l^j n is Te in 11 MeClell md Tc in 15 Moore Teiri 10 H u m } i t T e i m 17 S more Teim 18 R re im 19 Carrpbell Te im 20, B Fi an! Te.im 2! H · I I I I I I H Mt l! ( l \( M 11 ( n i l ( n i l IK l!s\ t i l l I II n K l i i . ' ( I P i l 1 l i m p itul R u n ti! A i n ( I I I J \ 1*1 * Jllll I tt (. l- S t o l i i I I " li -- I7IIH I no A a i d s V i ( or i n u l i V M ii in r l l i \ n li M u d in ^ H C i eei I n ( 1 c ! I s R m n ( ithi.1 ^ o t i r i t I e s nt ! Me \ I] be i led | 1 e\ t H I \ i t h ms n t vl 1101 nd K t \ u Cl u i t h I B* i t f M o u n t ! ]e s Oll\ L l \ I [JC 1 ! a d sj ent the u - he L Ins uncle n e d i of nci Philip iit it M Mint 10 vears Route 31 Will Be Closed Monday for Repairing Program bpccial tn The Gout t r I K R R I S B U R G J in 28 --Dcijart- nent of H i f h \ i v s nnounced th t St tc R o u e 31 in \ V c s t m o i c l i n d ct un \ u e t u c e n lot e^ Afi!! md t i e boniLi-jC c o u i t s line \s !1 be closed for lepairs- Jc.nuii\ 10 foi i pe icd of i p p i o M r m t e h U v e monl is A. Tj-inile detou w i l l be c^tibash- od o v e i i m p i o ^ c c loids v i a S t i e O U h e a r people talking *bovt owning their homes--bul I Bonder Hcrw many of them ro*iiae th*t A man con t Fe«l that he really d«4-t own Hts botne outright 10 long a.. there s any chanc« of ditaster stcop ng KI "1 iaow I own mry botna-- becavw the agent of th* H*tionol Rf« Iniurancc Coat pany of Hartford has plugged up pract call) aU fb« loopholes for loss by ckitruct ve force tl t ctrrtamiy a comfort to teal zn tK«f Tm KJ/C--and thai an expert on imut anc« protacttoa is tauag car« of nw." J. DONALD PORTER I S C R V N C E t u M National Bank Connells^illc. Pa. PJIOIIC 7(S. T e i m 22 Joseph It e c j R i l p h F Sligci Teim 2 i B H V il u d SI en ck Fisher Team 24 U J B M ijo P W McCfasla Tc mi J5 RI s D I Iloitor Mrs C A Port Tcnm 26 L n i t i C l u k e Mis L me Snycei Tcun 27 T F Youn cm J C lleni j Team 28 H G P J O U i C 1! Ken nc fec-m 2) J B H do on G mt JVIyeis Tear i JO M i s V S Bt_h in n M i s L S vl chads Tcani 31 I l i / i b th \S 11 ni A i m Hoin ] T e i m N j iJ M i H D ss on "sns P C i g h o t t i Tc im !^ \1 % \ l u L M U i l c h e l l Te ni 34 *\ i ^ \\ t i K n s Mi \ I G l ^ t l e l t \ Tei n J i \Ii Re I eee B 1 "\ S J ITlLs \\ itsOl lenm 1G A u c ith Pi\ e S s ! \ n \nderson Ten n J7 R u ^ t 1 B u i ' he dei b m Kuhlm m Tein JS O A l i v i L bum- i r e i v i ie 1 Te m !9 Ch i it s L m M i i _ n Gri t rnTi (0 1 \ h ludm j L i s c c Did «jn I T"rim 4 1 ! ph Mill \ w !! On your block, or a short way down the street, is a new baby to help make Connellsville a better place in which to live The proud parents months ago began planning for the extra clothing and furniture needed for this new citizen You can be sure advertisements helped 1 Now they are reading the advertisements carefully for the baby food the youngster will need . . . for his ~nb and blankets All mothers can rely on what the local merchants say because these business men are not afraid to put their names to announcements of their goods' They can be trusted ro do the honorable thing in everv transaction I t's a good idea to deal with folks who keep the r word as successful aavertisers must

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