The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 30, 1939 · Page 6
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January 30, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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SIX THE D4ILT COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, MO\D\Y JWT \ R Y 3 0 1030 PERSONAL MENTION 1\ is Eleanoi Swan of Jeftcrson " icct sp°nt SLU d iv \uth hci di igh- tc MJI 01 c L C D b \ n nt U c D T \\ itso i Home dt Lectbd Ic Mi and Mi-. Glenn \oiii kin oT Hi 0 hl nc i \ r me \isitcd ovu the \\cc end u ith Uic 1 Uct, *- biotlui u I v, jjid sibtci Mi md Mis F i ink b into it) Lnionlcnwi C td p H Si \ ov mi Hall D u r b i r i u i ^ d ^^ Tcbiu i IGth jQO bnd 0 c and othci games Dooi pi uo \dmis on Joe --AcKeitise- ment--jan2b uOfLb-8-14 Mi til d Mis Me \ in Coughcnom | ot Bufl lo ^ Y ^ocnt the ueck- j end with the foin ei mo the Mis , Grace Coughenou of Ac*nd bLiLet and \\ii\\ 'Nil Cougl enoui = pdi enl ~M j id Mis, Gooigc Mm Lin ol Dunbai Fiec loi 1--A m m s suit L!C ncd f ce v, th CIIL it icgildi pi ice of b9c S irons Cisl Can Cleaner = -Am ei i, tmei I --TOjai Gt Alls P ick Rcnzi o£ L mcstone hill is soendirg i fe\\ d i j b M a t i n g icU tixes in \cu \oil and Juisty i-ity Mr» J O Slilhvngon ib J 1 ! -it hei home in RULC stie^t Misses Claiie 11 d Maigaicl Vcr- non and Miss M a i v Lou torlne attended the m*. ircc puCormarce o£ Victom Regina sUi n m Helen Ha-\es a a Pitt bui 0 h The iLrc Scit- aida\ \\ i] ham Stc\ ens of Du\\ son and M s \Viima Scott, attended the convening \ lohiist Aunl Het By ROBERJ QUILLEW Thc say the bn th i ate is fallm fast but I am t surpi iscd Ihe mirute women staited t ym to act like men, J knew tiey v.ere thiough h n \ i r babies cert given bv the Yehundi Mcnuh n in Pi tsburgh Sunday afternoon Pure silk crepe hose special 29c Puneess Shop --Advertisement -- 30jan-lt Mis GeHiude Eisle of Pittsburgh spen*" the week end with her s ^ter Mi Mabel K Marietta of Race street Mr and ML= G C Davidson o r Race street w e n t to Now York Citv to the the the KEY WITNESS IN MINES TRIAL COMMITS SUICIDE Continued from Page One siid the tc4imonv might be. into the reeoid but of cou e icad it is quite dtTxicnt, fiom h iv ng he nan purci -e mcichandise for DaviHso n \ o m c r s storr Harold NewiP a student at Umv ersitv of Pittsburgh spent v\e^k-c"d vuth nis pai ents Dr Mr Do nei S I\ewill in S Pittsbui^ stieet -Domer S New 11 Ji a s udent at ^^hland " b n i v e i s v "\bhlard Ohio returned today a f iei speeding i fev\ dajs at his home "^Ir^ Albert L vmcood of Scot dole \isited A"is Cainc Peicv Salaida IVI ss Helen Keil and Miss Marv Jare Herd he d Yehundi Mem lun pla a v jolm concert Sunaav afternoon at Pittsburgh Tne Ladieb Auxihaiv to South Coinellsv lie Fircrrei v ill hola a card party tonight 8 30 piomplly in "^nerien s Rooms Lunch Admission 2oc--Adver is^ment--30-lt IVi^s Ed h Mitchell and school friend M =s Mai one Letz of C*"own Point Znd students at the American University Washington D C a e spendiPj, the mid-semester v acation v ith Miss Mitchells parents Mr and Mrs Charles C Mitchell of Eas,t Green stice M 1 * and MTMJ J me;. M Koch brother-in-law and sis*er of TVIi^s Mitchel and Mr Kochs mother M s Mix Koch moto ed to Wash mgton to ccompt-nv. t,ic gn s here 1 and v. hi e thr c the\ vioited \ r nd Mrs Frank Cox foin er rcsiden s of Connellsville Mrs Koch is a sister i of M- 3 Cox ' Ch rese Checker^ wooden bond I edition, 98e Kebtner b Book Store 125 "tt Apple S*--AdvertisClient -- 30jan-4t Miss Betv Mae Brown daughter of Mr and Mrs \\ A Brown of East Pa^-k attended the West Point military dance Saturday night Sho spent over the week-end at Brookl n as a guest at the home of her roommate Miss Betty Boyd at Mary Baldwin College at Staunton Va and returned to her classes today Mrs Flora Stupa of No th Pittsburg street arm ed home Friday nigh 4 from Washington D C wheic sue at'ended the 14th annual Woman s Patriotic Conference on National Defense held January 24-26 at the Maflower Hotel She was present at a session of the Congress Wednesday a f ternoon and heard Congressman James E Van Zant of Altoona a past national commander of the Veteians of Fo-eign Warb make his fir.su address n Corg ess His subject was National Defense Mrs Stupa was a delegate to the conlei- ence fiom the DepaiLrncnt of Pennsylvania Auxiliary to the Veterans of Fore gn Wars theic D Amos O Sqaire \\ ester 1 es cr county medical ex m noi b ad the de tl w u s clei^lv si tide D \,i«: Schoenhn = Joseph K u l z fur l ice j cirs a sper 1 n ^est c, tie r for Dewcj md i v c dt octixcs ",c e in he mnnMor v e s t e i d n v . l e n i sho lang out xipstnn«! In \\ein jLre,i bedroom thc\ I )und Xait/ s revo'vci hn s ci Tl c\ pu c hed open the b thioom door and foi nd Wcnberj, s i t i n g o tht door gl b«*. c ^ e c uncon^nou 1 t il M b cu nh-tailoicd l guie reft tied in a w a l l m i n n B ni ln« j h j K it? TC\ oh c 1 * one o r u f t v c cirt- enpt\ He ditd in a ho»pi al vvi hout icgiining tor^ciouvnt s \ \ e i i b e i g f i L i n g T p r on i n t e r c ' h d bee i n 010 c Dew u I f c r ' Ion n time He had c n m n l i t c of ! ^* Albert J. Buiiermore, Former Resident, Dies Of Injuries in Florida Albci t J Bat cimoic 69 ye ir o d of Washington D C foimoi rt«=idci t of Connelbv illc and a Spj iibh Ameiican \Vai vclci in died this moining n the Good Scmautan ilo pitji \Vebl F i l m Beach n i f um mjunes sufTe-ed i week igo w h e n i Uuck struck his automobile Mi Buttei moj e second soi of Piovance M and Klua J i ic Ihom dell Buttcimoic was bom in Ne Ila\en now West Side Cor id -ul c Januaiy 8 1870 He icccived hib educition in t ic public schoolb md began his bus ncsb life is i clei in a giocciy sto'-c lemainmg thcic foi MX ears I 190- lie cnieicd t ic employ of. the Connellbvillc TIL Luc Compan continuing nine j e a i b w i t h the Connellbvillc Manufacturing M nc ind Supplv Companv as an c eel I K jan then for ears was engaged n the jamc c ipacHy foi the Bulti note ^. Onio Raihoad Companv In 1SJO) he estdbl shed a business for himself on M tin btrcct now C r i w f u r d IVUHH Conncllbv iilc as gcncial ckctt u in ciu}ing t line of electric il suppl c In 19QG he was. ippomtcd cit\ t t Uician Mi BuUei nun. t n l c i c d t i c mil lai serv te of nc Mate of Penn^ 1 \ ui in ir tl e N-at on il Gu n d m I b B B After a set ice of 10 \( i b tl L hi n ish- \mern an \^ r broke out m ho it once o c ed hi erv c He w is m j tcrcd ir O sci \ re M-n 12 18^8 v ! Comp nv D Tenth R t q i m c n NRtionil Gu ird of P e n n s v l v a n i n a^ second lieutemnt of tl c compn v J c berved through the L i m p u g n w i t h d i u ction ind won promotion to li t rank of hist ieu enuil t w o wet-^i befoie the lenth Regiment billed foi t t L r i U r i S a t e s receiving is com p- s ton after icUmms to hi*, home He v as mustcied oui \ugu** *2 IB** J U 6:n Fr ncisro In i o h t u c he u t i Ucmoc i Mr Bul'enno r v-as ma 10^ J nu rv 12 1S93 to Mi s Once RoUnv.) of Cc me h v i le her ' ei h evcrrfl V P U S r f K " H h *oi Jennie O B-ie \ Buttcrn nre he w s m rnod iLo i l\vo Church Linens in Simple Stilchery World Awaits Hitler's Speech; Goebbels Says Germany Will Drive On Culltmued £rom Page One the icitoiation to Geimanv ot hei colon e that he in ght even open a . i npuign for icpayment, in sorre foim ul $10 000 000 000 paid in Woild Wt i ep u ilion* by p e-Na^i Germa i O o\c i mcnts t at h2 wouid ou line a long iangp foieign policy including hib irnbitons for a duve to the h t he would dehvei a blast Father Schramm, Former Scotidale Priest, Is Dead ifea nst Pics dent Roosevelt mcmbeis of the United S ates Senate and Scc- icta i oT Inteuor Faiold S Ickcs PC h pb not more than half i do/c i men knew exactl wb t Hitler ntondcd to say--and his speed a i b i n l was subject to icvibion up to the norrent he took the p'at'orm af | School the h. oil Opera House to addiess the Veiy Rev Stephen J Schiamm a foLiner assistant ptiebt at St John t ic Bap ibt Roman Catholic Church at Scottdale who celebiated his golden jubilee in the puesthood at SL Geoic,e Chuich in Pit^sburgi a month ago diea early Sunday at the age of. 79 in 'he pinsh icctoiv Til several months he had been pastoi e tne chuicn at .233 \ len avenue Allentown ilrrosi. \ ithoat nteiiuption si ace the paush was es tibhshcd oO yeaib ago Join n Pitlsbutgh Father w c h i a n m spent his boyhood in Me- Kees Rockb and Shnipsbu-g whcie he attended St. Maiy s Parochial lie prepared foi the puest- hood at St Vincent College and i cc; n p \ n i m 1 bt u i of ^ n (_hu lend tl r n^rH c s in s w i l l pu ui b bt. irf h h l icsn I I P L I I S It i 11 U i j)i cCi s ! d hi it 1 i l n f i p i U ( dn n.t an nd ill of l t i c I ( t i n i h i p U i I I ju c h D l d '^i U i l 2 J U i r U p'-unh \oui "· \ M n ( f 1 m i f ! U, 01 ^d t i n « i u 1 iih si \DD1 t ss t l i L l m il' Brooks Patterns I he motiffa and o!c 1 j l i c c cil f i use jt home Pattcin i ing f i o m 7 l \7' ini.heb Is needed Jlustintions L l ( \ ^ O i i id 1 \ r i H l N Ihe D ill Counci " Be » to THE GRIM REAPER me nbeis of His Rcithbt ' it 2 P M PC hn time ) As to tl e genenl aspec* o£ his speech i el i blc N izi boui ces ex- pie co belief th it ne would t c f c r as i mallei of f i c t to hib geneial sup- poil oL h p ello\v Die atoi Mubbohm thjt 1 e would take occ iston to rnen- hind picked Seminal v and was ordained m 138.2 EST (8 P M He served two years at St John the Baptist Church at Scottaale and fot four yeais at St Agnes Church at Thompson Run befoie he v as ap- pc nted pabtor of S^ George m 1888 Fithei Schramm had he d manv d occser offices nmong them director of the League of the Sacred Hea t t on Cu m a n v s de ermimtion at some t me to e g in h«r colonies tl at he w t u l d emphasue he =ohduit of tlu U 000 000 people ot Gei tuny nembei of the bibhop s council ana oTicial of tne matrimonial couit Poitificnl icquicm high ma^b w i l l oc stid Wednesday moinirg at the t h a t lu would review the tnurrph nt I ci urcl u i t i Bishop Huga C Bo\le as celebrant I R \ S K i i- M 13iow i i rne 13 il i o it i U i 1 M c i PCI r\ *o n- J i j ci .d i_( lui i ' u H. N f t ! 1 i n i c t ) \ a l i i t L i j i i* l e v !,,"! r ic 1 1 i !· er a rg to \ o d re "I I f r u id i en. Ur t t_b t a 13 1 1 i uicl v c u t n bj u ci N I the Church of the t \M i c Poitofl c Int r )i? rr dt, in Lutsei Cpme- i k of r u n c t il Director Hiuok-. of Inoi m He id G 1 K M I ) st M D U fc u i c 11 n curnn rd u i f f ta t ho" f cJ ns i rir \\ i el r i c rri-U! a he d t stormch ulcers inr 1 e i cern fo the f i ai-· of h i s w f «_ nc * t w o children Following thr Hine r r i b t i i a l 1 st biplrnbci 3o ".c-% IH! he vvas x e r v m u c t i rii^coungid 15 lo his own f u t u r e Dewey suspended Knir p u i d m p un mqi u v to a e t e i n i n e w h c t l e r he Bui rrmn r H n « Gt tn bars Ir O i c Mo rr'1 S Mr* t c w i ci C i«r i B i te in ! It rmoic iJn nn o w n Toiencc C i n r r l l \ il* 1 - inf l l i r r v C \S o ' Vd on d incnbor of he Fir t Mn C h u i r h of Conntiii\i 1^ Mded h( re i n l i l I x i t 12 \ t fi n T tO n icd r, id ~i C rl \ h L Ch n L n i N Jf it n M J n 10 -- Goi ild H mo Uhs old son C u l t s c. W rn i\ MIC died e j mi k n t_o n ells\ 11** bt le of p r c u nnni d \ re n o v c d to he home \\ k ·» in ent Mr id i, Shn r W i boulh i \ i- h t i ^ u - o p u n d t r t a i - ng I r e fin* r ' nn v ill bi. l Id cdncarid 1 * m · n ig at f i ; C j I T L i Inter^irnt \ i l l 4 '" n th churn ce-n^cn Lhri*- id -t guilty o* noglect n Ic \\n tf ihr j ^ h c n he 1 ft for \% i^gun w n e r e o 10 of the witnesses could I ne w -ia p*npjc,\cd b i feet it The revolver \un t ikcn from a pocket cf the i n v e s t g i t o r over coat w h i c h he hna Ipf in hi«? own TI bedroom, neat Wcmbergs Uemborg wns on and a half Qdys last \ided tht, most dr*ri tin t n i t ' i e ii^u^t iid p o- it t moment in \ t r rr *ct i r i n n He hi(i Ji pd r l i od of tc nnd ^ id ·=pr t -t ^c \ t -^ tc it V p^t 1 n l m Br^cn i k he i l o i w n d a home 1 he t d\ w i l l h bro if tn Cr nH ull for i- 1 i! \nuis i M cu i c i t nt . C ! S l U % t !!: i t d b-- I ' it! t r V r N c I e Gl t.^ T J 1 t J i COb O r ^ i j S i an of I ! 1 1 T le of s i h ne thiough which the Nn?is have ust lived nbsoibing Au=t la int tl c Suaetcnlind ind mcidentalh dar- 111^, G i c t Bnfur md France to block 11 ir v iv I \ undeistood tha un n f u - nt il ^ oup including P i u l Joseph C o c b j c i p o p d g i r d i n u i ^ t e i , a r d O K I m von Ribberlrop lo eign m t i lei lad uiged Ihticr b longlv lo i c p K t ) Prcbiuent Roosevelt ind o icr A TU i i c u ciilicb of Me Eu- topt i die tut sin p Such men IT j Goc jiiel j id Rtbbentiop i was ab- erlcd i K i i c d Hi ler th t he ought to i c b u e empl aticillj st tcment« m d bv foieign enacs n d notuolv. 1 \ I c President--but 11 it b usual ih j wcr*. opposed b% Fie d \iiishal , -rr»vkACfc.i \ A / I I a H e i m nn Coumg N izi No 2 and ' P O U L T R Y M E N W I L L ( nc llccl co isei\ati\c 1 - v ho \ ^nted G c t j i a n s rcldtio is v i t h fot- i^,n c o u n t ic= bu It up in tht intci- e )f the foui jcai plan of economic c f D Ficicnt H t i c v n l *.d until *hr c T i l v houi of i ui mo i trg on the m mal ' ' a f t f us pcceh in complete Widely Known River Captain, 80, Dies C pt in Juh i G Button 30 yeais eld v dely 1 nown i n c r nan Jroir he Brownsville di^uiict arid at tl ^ ime of h i ic irement the onlv p lot n u l l i f i e d to take a tow from tne Mon ong hoi i to New Oilcans d ed tud clenK Fnda t Brnaentovvn ?]a r e vjs i son of \ v i l l i Q m Britton one o f he pioneci distillcii, of Brownsville MEET WEDNESDAY l i S m ie' 1 r f Bells. V eiron i. h n the first ,rial while under a wrifk ing cro s cxaminitioT StrvKcr 1*4 cd him to face Hin s ^nd decl re that h e h ic pivrn bin non The pule witnts*- ^n d t ti " rd foccd defendant «nd «; id I did lines 'e iped ) I"! 1 ; ff PL n n t '-houted \ o u he \ou kno v he 81 ARRESTED 1 WHEN POLICE , "VISIT" CAFE P i t. ( H U M S U K t L L \ ) K oD f ( Vo C_c s i McK ooi v o i E c nit i l e n "ftci tin opo I l YOU i Corlnucd £-on 1-ice Ont HO f 1 f L, i d t " i v e \ \ c ^ T o i ji h *i h t r o l K i iGc m i l t n .t ng rno h«. he d Ui i Lni f Ch r csi 10U I n t f t Ceire \ i t us nto a rmchmc f iom out, i n j he hid jotted dov\ i ib i i c n mice' lo hi u He Icpt I tic i i mil nc it v, i undei^tood j 1 I t i i, t *-c cad the text and ic- t 1 ic tins f crnoon in p epara- i i foi it delivei\ tonight [I f i ecT=t tha tl e fucluei i 1 pt foi oout two hours a ot 1 o r e t ij b 15000 woids T it* o ^ cl \ of the Nazi ear t i e in oi "\ of Ih lei s use to po v e r pn d t S \ M (2 \ M EST) u t h ht jla of hou-ands of mili- \ b nr n cities Trd viliase^-- pi called the gieat awakening s ! «"· i \ impossible t! leaf er 1 b i - l i p i r i d c d exiens]\,eh l i j m i , m o i t n l ins calculated l '"- people Lo proper £pi-u to \n Til n y meet ng of poultijmei 1 be held in th" f a i m bureau ofTee tl ^ couithouse at Uniontown ..dncadav The moinms sess on i t 10 n c ock ind tlie aftemoon at 1 "iO o c oc! H I T KsurTman poulti special of Stile College vill be the ormcipil ·^pc i! er Tnei e vv ill be novies o i m i eting ond management and il o some talks bv local poultrvmc i Ihe e w i l l alto be se.Action of bau 1 - ch tks gio\ung tui vevs crcss-bicd cl icks 101 meat aiid egg pioducton and the U'-e of pas u^e Countv Farm \gent R E Caitc issued an invitation to the public to attend t t Columnist OeHuff Speaks ai Kiwanis n todjv i h 3 ow rd c u i j, uj» I pc led IA DC H 11 *t i ?% f r b He d Wargo prtid a mercaru c Jiccn f j was o p e n i n g v,i h or \ in ' cmen. license a fee p id o Ihe \.ro.la t ft place o' tht rp i t i ^ h d not Sic w a i t M DeHuff w h o prjib the Stiaj rnoi gi: tb coluiin daily on he cclitoiul page of The Courier ente taireJ members tf the hjwams Club at its WCCK]V rrtetmg Wednes- dav His la]A v^as 1 umorous foi the nnost p^rt although he did dwell cnously foi a time on thn proper place of a service club in i eommun- · coilcc ed in one r id ir tie ^2 C d i s ity I c eoicluderi w i t h a jMed ey ' h ° ll-1s bcpn on 11C P^Uce force Chief Tl oirid ^a d The previous high III as he could reneaibei Ihe fam genus s id hdl tne br- isl i \Vargo w a unl L n ot eric is hc hid repot cu \ rr \ o u \ s ilkb^l v at a ruirbei of t l\ r( Uul pi c ·= probecution^ ir*. 10 be filed in ill of .he c msUnccb the jgcn s adced It was the arg^t nu^nbci cvr r \ ) k d T r *- m J o^c oilf tC 1 " o* n 0 2 -! w i l l 1) h 1 H r n» w i h i pi i 8 '0 o i 1 o:n 1 rnr r * o 1 b-v H;UI n h ^n j t C ' rt i H v Trs" i v K (. I i i l V T, ., | c Icn ur * ui 1 -.1 1 u in t l chu ch c mete v Bu»tr -i; ho w s f niha 1\ ki n tn - w d p ho L of fr i di h t pi \ t d b t OD ! in Jhe Fav X^ s n U I I I I \ M H t b S He bO iicd Sj u n \ ,, V t 1 1 He u ss a blot icr l'i H ir of Bel t 3 l i i d . ( f Li ontcmn joh l \ rnon ind George C nri ·; tp f i t h c r i u Ci BcLl of p i j c t t c Ptotoflice Moved C ^ c i t d conriit ons it the \S iek II tv n s t j c of the recor I Supplj Con i tnv nd mcreiscd busme^a u c n e dcbuoed tiie t u m so e it \\h uc t hib necessitated remov il oi t i c V tck Haven postofTice to the J e m \ic l uir stoic Steve S unko rr m iger of the suppl} company store t "U ie c Hiv en is postm itter Stork at Hospital Thci c w ei c tin ec oirths at Cot i ell v i l l e State liospital over t'ic w ecu-end \ son an tv, ed for vl ara Mrs Frank Bobbins of Connells j \ i l l e R D 2 at 9 43 A ivl Sundaj ' a daugl tei vv\s born to M 1 * and Mi Michael Arcangelim 01 Dunbar, P D at 12 32 A M Sanda and a son \as born to Mi and M i s DecKci S w i n k of Connells^ lie K D 2, a) 12 j5 P M Satuidaj L g e Ij mmbe- of of Sr'ock c i s c n H Lool JuOO his own His presentation featu c nlone W O T rounds thit ap- 4-H Club Leaders, Parents fo Meet A meeting ot all 4-H Club leaders and paiei ts will be held in the farm buieaus office in the courthouse at Unontoun at 1 30 o clock tomorrow afterroon J F Kcm assistant club leader of StT e College will be present to cns\ er dny quest-ons that may be brough up with regaid to club work ""lans will be laid for the agncul- tuial clubs foi the coming year, Countj Faim Agent R E Carter said Coal Production Down Coa production m the Fust Bi- lummous District in 1938 *otalled 4 '93 Si I tor or 1 32- 466 less Han in 1937 How to Ease Charlie's Treating; It's the Sixth, A Girl 4 HPIO comes Chnihe and hcs parsing out cigars The forme" councilman Charles T White 1112 Sycamore street -was celebrating the arrival of a daughtei weighing nine pounds and two ounces at 11 25 o clock irormng at Connellsville Stile Hospital The new \ ib 30 \nionj, those caught v. s a m r ned couple After the $6 for'eit hid been posted for the two the w ife tore into the 1 u^band w i t h a verbil ban JL,C outside Cit Hal and sco-ed hi n in no unccit in vvordb fo t i k mg hei lo that due Thc\ h i d gone there to get a bo tic of beer and were in about 10 minutes when the liw broke in It appe red the \ ife h d wanted u go clsewhcic but hubby hid insisted One of the inmatcb \ mtcd my lawyer and kept up a cl imor even MRS hOISON M I L 1 LR Mr M i j P i j l l i ^ Vil PP 21 \ r ^ old of nf r J ncs M i l l c ed at i i r o clo k S f l u i d N ev m ip i" P" r Mcmor nl Hn p tal it M J U T t Flo tsan whore she h i d been idmitted an hoar before Sho is s u r v i v e d by her hu oarid Edi on M i l l e t Tlie f u n e i 1 w i l l be h e l d Tuesd i j n'ternoon w i t h i Li icf sci v i c e it 1 o c ock « the home, followed by fu 1 'tlrs Margaret D»x Dies Th f u icra! s e i v i c lor M i s M it,n R x w is hold T rid ^ i f t i n it Inc mrie in New t cr V u t h C o m c l h v i l l e w i t h Dr W H He r i k pd tot of Tnn t\ LuUicnn Ch i h cliu umg B u r i a l w 1 s ; made m If 13 G i o v c C c m e t i y P i l l b e u e r s v e i t BI i nc Di\ Dale D \ Albert B)ut \\ [bin \ V i s h i r t , I l i r r j T i c v i t t md \ r t h u i T i e v i t t Retired Conductor Dies Janes R Young 72 i etired B i l t i m o i e . Ohio Raihoad conduc- loi dieo Surda at Cumbeiland Md Minister Instilled SOiMLRbH/r Jan 3 0 -- R e v \ViL- i un C Pov ell for«neily of TiafTord 1 as been installed pastoi of the First Presbytei tan Church of Vmdbei . FIRST-- massage throat * ^ ^ chest and back with Vicks l i j f f i VapoRub a t bedtime This ' * */i rehe\ es the dist-es* T H E N -- t o make its long - continued action las^ even 'onger spread a thick lajer o f VanoH-b on the chest and cme* 1 \nth a wanned cloth LONG AFTER E t_ep comes VapoRub keeps wo U'-g--Joosens phlegm-eases iruscular c oreness or tlghtnes^-cleara air o sspges-eases coughing--relieves loval i ongest on Often b\ iro-n- 1 e t e vo st o£ « B the L.C d is over ^r VAPoRus altct a Ir end had posted his S3 NOTHIN6 SCREEN thej d have a hard time explamrs are getting along nicely name has been selected as yet at home after having said they were just going down street foi Today, Tomorrow, Wednesday livo solid hours of chilling, thrilling, breathtaking eKiitcmonl. 1 nouc;li unadulterated ne'.s iind lion01 to lust j o u a Jilttiiuc. Don't miss tlic ttiroLi/inir viirpns) b in stoic fin ion l i p r t . Shocking sveiati of the H E R B E R T in V I C T O R In Fslapificent TECHNICOLOR! r Spectacle' Laughs! Romance' FRANK MORGAN. * RAY BOLGER FLORENCE RICE MiSCHA AUER HbRMAN BING · REGINALD GARDINER Screen Pirn In Dorothv PjiLet and A in Cample I Dircclcd by W S Van Dyke II Produced by Hunt Stromber. SHORJP SUBJECTS EYETS OLE M \i' V T T R V C I I O "SPRING MADNESS" "TORCHY GETS HER MAN" THE NEW oisso Today · Tomorrow* COMEDY ® CURRENT NEWS · SHORTS

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