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PAGE EIGHT. DAflhY COURIER, CONNEI-LSVILLE, PA TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, SUNDAY SCHOOL NIGH'i IN UNION REVIVAL, MILL RUN Evangelist Pox Will Talk on "How God Blockades the Roinl to Hell." ,,____ \ TOMORROW WILL BE FOR FAMILIES The tinion revival at Mill Ran -will Â»wing into action again, tonight alter observing rÂ«st -night. Sunday -was a great flÂ«y. with three vÂ«H-attendel ami Inspiring services, Hlevon inado dM'teion* In the afternoon and evening meeting)!, making about 25 elnco the meetings began. A vÂ«ry fine week is expected 1n the cloning period of the revival. Many are doing personal woric and a fine revival epirit prevails. Tonight is Sunday echool night and Â·all clasees of the Biblei schools afe to be present and sit with their teachers t Evangelist C. J. Fox -will speak ypon "How God BlockadeSi the Road to HoU." Tomorrow will he home night, with a prize to he given to the largest family present, A morning service at 9-30 will be held each day except Satuixlay and Â« preliminary meeting each night at 7:16 o'clock for both young Â·people and adults. "A sloppy church membei never, makes the duvil get up and dust." "A lot of people nover succeed in life Ijecause they have their wiehbonea where their backbones should be," "Sanctimonious church members won't attract any sinners to revival or Tegular services of the church, and don't forget it all you people who belong to this brigade." "I wouldn't dare to ask a lot of church people I lieve met to smile because I would be afraid that they would break their crock-like facee by so doing." "A lifo that is hid with Christ in God toiling hard tq win eoute to the Master is the finest picture of a human being that can be seen on terra firma." Mussolini to Tlblt Pope. ^ ROMB, Feb 11--Premier Mussolini will call U) -m Pope Pius today on the anniversary oÂ£ the signing of the Lateran accord. His visit will mark the oud of the controversy over questions of education, and criticism of the Catholic r-Â»ss. Trawler Carrying 1 18 LONDON, Feb 11.--Dispatches from Norway labt night advised that two life prosei\ers beating the name of the trawler "St Louis" have JxÂ» found on the coast Tho Bnglish boat with a crew of 16 left Hull early last mouth. 'T Conference -. At Greensburg Begins Feb. 21 " i OKEBN!aÂ»lJBG, Fob. 11.-- The SPC- ond annual Wo- tern Pennsylvania Young Mon'ti conlorencx will be held In tho Greonsbur j Y. M. C A B'ob- ruary 21 to 28 inclusive, under the auspioea of th State Young Men's Christian Association organization. Tho conference program -will begin with thÂ«f banquet at 6: 45 'o'clock IM- day Â«vÂ«ninÂ« when Or, John B. Maee of Piltslmrg, vrill make an address on. the thoisje of "LeaweraWp," Saturday morning after th- election of offlceru for tji-e coming rear the ^ouferoace will breAk up intfj three forunis an dor the leadership of three outstanding leaders, ThÂ« sub tects to be considered -wore chosen at the yonng men's couitcll in ttw CiUtlo some thuo ago. Thoy are: f CSab Proftram," "Leader- alp" and "OosÂ»!Â»ttnity,SÂ«rvioer" On Sunday aoraing atter a devotional Service the eonf rÂ«nce -will brÂ«a* up into the last of the forum groups with Mantes O t Mace to bring tho closing jjnassag.i). ." A follÂ«wÂ»hip dinner will be served _)XnpiHiaenlttry by tbe local Y M. C. A. Mfimtwa of the general comni!t4ee from Qreenttburg follow: Walter Smitli, George- Wood-ward, Alibert Martin, Miko DBone, John Saxman, H. W. Mt dolly, Lewis Hays, Ralph Keefner, WlUiam Branthoover, Jge Minerich, JCermlt Howe, Paul Johnson, Marion SMos. Hospitality ar d receptjorj coTtcsmlt- toa -- Kermit Rov ^n, chairman; H. W. McColly, Micha'l DÂ«-Bone, Clarence Woodward, Joe Minerich, J. W, Barker and Budd NielwJs. yntentainnien-t committee -- Gears* Woodward, ohaii'man; Wtiliaax Brwn- hoover, Marion Pries and Peter Mar- ,tln. Music-- John .Â°axmaa. General uti lity -- Balph Keerner, chairnuin: WilHam Yount, Albert Martin, Kenneth Woodwaied and LEADERSHIP CLASS WILL BE FORMED AT MWSON TOMORROW Old Testament Will Be Studied, IVitli Kev. C. M. Coulter As Leader, ^ I TEXTBOOK IS THE ONLY COST The Dawson dtstr'et of the Fayette Couuty rfuuday School AHSoolation is conducting a leadership teacher training' ourse A elatiM closed last Wed- nesdiy evening. Tho second class will be orgaaized Wednesday evening, February 12 at tho Daw-son Presbyterian. Cljurch. All Sunday schools of District 12 are asked to grasp this opportunity to got teaoherB aud pupil*) in a leadership class. It is essential to have a teacher training tlÂ»s llv order to be a fhst-cla,j8 school. A study of the Old Testament is the course. Rev. Crawtord JM. Coulter will be tho infUuctor. Th^ only coat connected with, the course la tho pi ice of the textbook. Mrs. Hutcheaon's aister, Elsie James, spent last week \Utli her Â«lsfer hero, Dale and Chads Martin of spent the week-end, with ther parent*, Dr. and Mrs. J, R. Martin of Ferry- opolis. The attendance at the Methodiat JBpiscopal Svnday School Sunday was 165 Thia is lightly lower than usual. Jtegistration- Lewis Ha.yÂ«, G-eorge Woodward, Wa^ten Smith and H. W, McColly. Perryopofia Patronise those __ \ advert!**. PBRRYOPOLrS, FeT, 11 -- Mrs, Glena Hough spfent the week-end with her stetor, Mn. M. A Thompson of New Kenfilngto i. Mrs, Charlee Kelly, formnrly Miss Maude Lynn 01' Plttflburg, was here Sunday visiting with her mother, Mrs. John- Lynn. Mr. and Mra Howard Shoup of Fairmont, W. v a., spent Sunday with the lattre'e pÂ« rente, Mr and Mrs, Frank Sialey. Mre. Joseph Darby of Conn ie visiting 1 wth her se er, Mrs, Ralph Linderman of Perryt poliB, Mr, and Mr . Ruaaall HutrhÂ«Â«on spent Sunday v ith the latter'a parQiita, Mr. and Mia, ''har^Pi JameÂ« of Ban- Acme A OMB, Feb. 11--Sainuol Weinherg of Mount Pleasant called on old friends hero on Thursday. I Irvln Snyder, coal operator of this place, has started work at the Johna- tor mine, just west of this place on thtt Glades roÂ«d. Daniel I^ankey ot Frogtowu is re- covoring from a very aovere attack of qu iney, Mr. and Mrs. J. B Craig of Southernwood are rojotdng over the birth of a grandson, a son of Mr and Mrs. Otto CnMg of DotiogaJ. John Peterson is visiting with his ait tar, Mre, Steward Johnatott Jetsee Shields and Joaeph Ruff have etsÂ»rted a factory to inanufflcture uleda. The lirin will lÂ»e known .MI JUe Acmo 81 d Manufacturing- Compstny. Mr. Ruff 3Â« president, and Mr, Shields eoc- retary-lrcasuror Mrs. Alice B,Â»rtÂ« and children of new Alexandria viflitetl tho latter's parents, Mr. and Mre Steward oo^tuaton. Looking for Bartfatna 1 Read the advertlsetnenta In Daily Courier, Th* 31 Corporations Indicted in Hi ge Liquor Conspiracy By United Pi ess, CHICAGO, Feb. It.-- The Federal grand jiny yonteiday indlfctJ 81 corporations aud 15JJ iedb'idua a In dia- cloying the operation of a, nationwide alcohol rljija; \irUleli according to b i boon dive ting in- 1,- the charges dustrial aicohtj: ,| siHea J92?. The Government charge* that 000, OOf) gallons of alcohol B year has been diverted into bootleg channels for seven yearb. The indlctmenl returned 1 iday after a year of undercover in- 1 obligation covered 00 typewritten lages and cited 207 oveit acts. The seven-year conspj -aoy, the Govoranjcnt charged, flxte ded from New "Softs, to LOB AngÂ«slÂ« ., hairing braiwhes Jn J'hllftdelp'WB Detroit, Cleveland, St Loult, jvtmw apolis, St Paul and North Bergen, M J, The center ol the hug i boot left ling, tho iudletineut -harg d, was in. Chicago. Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE, Feb 11 -- V eon was born EYMuy night, V-ob, 7 at JYanta Hospital, Confluence, to M . ami Mre. Benny Mitch ol]. This i t the first chHd in the lamlly. Miss Ruth Rafferty, no *o at the "Walter Heed Hospital, Wat hington, D. G , spent the wÂ«ek-ond wt h h-er par- ente, Mr. awl Mrs. W, S. lattorty. Miw. ITranfc Maitoy leflt dowlay lor Ooimeltevllle U spuad a t w daye* Mr. trad Mi's. Fred RaXtti ty and son, Fit'd, Jr., of ConneUavlDia Uil George JFtufferty of Mount JMeaswit motored to Ohiopyle Sunday unl m( at tho day viith their mother, Wire BHsuibetli Eafferty. Hov. V. S. WortoMtn Â«f Mill Run, pas-tor oÂ£ ibo Ohiopyle Ba) list Church filled tho pulpit Sunday vening, HiÂ« Â·wife who lwÂ«Â« been eÂ»r*m* Jy ill in no better, and liui. elljrbt hojx i are entertained for bcs- recovery, Mise Elizabeth McNutt o TJntontown spent Mom'ay v/siting her grandparents, Mr aad Mrs. Mi os Jackson, Mr. anvl Mr*. M. W. C iMeeter and family sjn^a- Sunday ae t HJ gueste of Mr, and Mrs. Harvey ? orriaon at Bella Grove. Alias TCw-I/n Dfy?le!Â« let MowJay for Sinithdalo -ftlu'ra she will to waployed, Mrs, Aanit .derrick ret) rnt-d tt her horoa Â»t SÂ«-wÂ«u-ton after pending tho wettk-eud with Uor dan ;htor, Mre. Harry Bmirworth, Jr. Mr. and Alra. Obarles C a end baby, who'have spent tho paÂ«t month vteit- ing relativta in Oh!opyl left Saturday for Ohio. Osnry ShipkÂ»y, Meric JhtpJfy and Braen-on Kemp of BWwoll wro callara lu Ohiopyie fe Soto OTutoc LOWEST-PRICED EIGHT I \ THE WORLD A Revelation In Quality npHAT the new D Soto JL Straight Eight is die lov- est-priced eight-cylinder ctir ever produced is significant in itself. But judged in the light of its manifest value attd quality it is truly !pÂ«xjh- making. Never befoirc kuis such an imposing array of unmistakable quality features been available in a car of such moderate price. Uwirteef * Co*Â»*r*cÂ»* LÂ«ng the aim of (the induÂ«lr/s leading engineÂ«ii9, thin basic sid- vancemsnt affoirdti adyantagea in silence, safety and riding comfort never before even Â«loÂ»ely ttp- proached. Expert prononiace it one of the most determining le velopments in the history of Ihe industry. AND UP--F. CÂ». B, DETROIT Fomr-Wheql Admittedly the sa Test, enrest, most dependable braking system lusowtti to xatomotrre engineering. j Nothing finer no matter ho*r niodh more you might pay for your motor car. ' jmmnne to noiÂ»eÂ», OÂ»e of tlÂ»e most revolutionary chaÂ»nÂ»8 improvements of recent yearn. la A**ittem -- -' ^ ' v - tiie new Chrysler-bnilt De Sofo Straight Eight enubodlcn 8xrtÂ« of other important jtialily fÂ«:atcreÂ», whieh in sum, have never before been enguieei'ed into a car of ouch low price-- including Impulse Netrtralizer, Mechanical J''uel Pump, Fuel Filter, Air Cleeucr, Theirxnostatic Heat Control, By- dranlic Shock Abeorfaera, JVon- Glare Windshield^ Cowl VenliJn- Â·torÂ«, Rnst-Froof Parts, etc. The latest, moat effective system 1 of earbnretion. Ofifers full adv m- tage of both Down-Draft Carburetor and Down-Draft ManiljoldH. 'Ihe effects on economy anii efficiency of operation *Â«t*e nlmosi uÂ»beiiÂ«vai)le, Experts have long agreed that for positive, efficient lubrication nothing compares with the full- prestture system. A more expen- sivn type of construction, you find it ordinarily only in cais much higher in price than the De Soto Straight Eighiu It ia difficult Uo grasp tht so many outstanding quality features are to be found in a car so mtkder- ate in price as the De Soto Straight Eight, just as it is next to impossible to realize that itÂ» performance ranks with the best in cars costing upwards of $1000 raore. But a demonstration will prove iU Come inland let us show yon. -Ciuh toned Spring Hhackivm Eliminate all mctal-to^metal con* tacts ~- require uo lubrication -- itlie Unitteel type of Konttrvction, the body ami ciiansia are designed as a unit, eliminating body tills and all other wooden ports. The body is bolted directly to the chastit, so ttutt t)ir. two become mutually supporting and mutually flexible. Be Sure to See the De Soto Display at the Automobile Show! 6 S 6 c n n Y s i E it M O T O R S ^ v a: i *,;n T P R O Â» U : T LAIRD REED MOTOR CO. 505 West Crawford Ave. Telephone 1348. Connellsville, Pa, THE TROUTM^N Co. Phone 880. Outfitters for Councils? ille's Boy Scouts. Phono 890. Brighter Fashions are Just Ahead! Frocks for Spring o 0 Bright New Shades or Colorful Prints . . . Georgette Crepes, Cantons- Flat Crepe Chiffons The frocks for afternoon, evening or street wear -- very attractive. Ilie colors are right with the- keeping of Spring and the models show the new trend of f a s h i o n . Fashion poin,ts are the cape, elbow length sleeves, and touches of bows or other trimmings to give them the smart appearance. Troatmott's, 3nd Floor A New Tweed COAT Will Brighten Yomr Wardrobe Fur Trimmed and Self Trimmed These tweed coats are distinctively 1930 . . , in youthful liveliness, practical wear- ability and economy. Just the thing for sports wear and still classic for evening wear. Showing the new trend of the mode! Belted models, untrirmned or with luxurious fur collars and in Ihe colors-- tan, brown, blue and rose. Trontraan's--Second Floor, An Outstanding Value-Turkish Towels Double Thread Pure Bleached ... . , . 18x86 inch towel with fast colored borders of rose, blue, gold, orchid and green. Also plain white. The towel reliable for long wear, Muslin Sheets Full-Bleached, 81x90 $1.00 These hemmed sheets were tested for wear and washing. An irregular of a $1.45 value. ' Troutmsn's--First floor. All Linen Taible Sets 54x68 Cloth 6 Napkins ctÂ»o f\r* $3.95 Fine all linen hemstitched cloth with six matching napkins. Damasked patterns in pastel colors. A set that will give long service. Hemstitched Cloths $1.35 Plain white web-linen with mitre corners and wide hem. Size 86x36 inches. Troutman's--First Floor, New Spring Criss-Cross Curtains $2.95 Colored Dots and Wide Ruffles. 2% yards long, 'guaranteed tub fast and sunfast. Id colors of gold and green, green and orchid. New Curtain Nets for Spring , Colored dot Marquisette with large or small clots In colors ot ross, blue, green or gold on white grounds. 36 inches A O _ wide and fast colors. Yard TCOv/ Trontman's--Second Floor, New Printed Frocks For Practical Wear $1.95 Printed Piques and Batiste These attractive, well-made frocks are in fast colors. With short or long sleeves, and some are sleeveless. All ere in gay patterns and just the dress for the home. Trontman'g, 2nd Floor Dickeraon Run DICKERSON RUN, Fob. 11-James Beatty and daughter a, Virginia and Eileen -were the gneste of Mr. arid. Mra. Walter Lloyd of Third avenue, Bcottdale, Sunday. Mrs. George Levergood and children were falling on Counelleville friends lost evening Mr, and Mrs. Charles Jordon of Buena Vista were calling on Vanderbilt friends Saturday evening. Prank Spilnger of Connelleville Â·was the guest of friends here Saturday evening, Mrs. John Ferrari and Miss Mary Arobrose Â·wore Connellevlllo shoppets SautrdÂ«iy afternoon. The square dance which wa3 held at Junior Hall Saturday evening wee well' aitefldod, guestfi being present i'rfm D inbar, Conuellsville, Qniontown end Morgautown, W. Va. James Beatty and % Jatn-es, .'r, and Arden Hildebran wore Conne'ls- vllle business callers Saturday evening. William Harbaugh was a recent business caller at Perryopolie Mrs. George Beatty has returned home after spending the past woelr visiting with fiiendÂ« at Sharon ,uid ioungstown, Ohio. Harry Stickel of Daweon was a b'lsi- ' Ecea caller at Connellsville Saturday afternoon jfatronlze those who advertise. Doyle Ordered to Host. LONDON, Feb 1J --Suffering from overwork and an attack of angina peotoris, Sir Arthur Conan. Doyle, noted author, has been ordered by a he,ut specialist to take a complete for three months. LOWER TIRE PRICES PLAY SAPi. IUTT ONLY WATTONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS Buy from your Jionic store JUKI sa^c money. If you prefer Brands not listed hclow no w!U get thpm for you. Size 28x440 29x4.50 30x4.50 28x4.75 2!)x4.7, ! 3()xS.OO 30x5.25 2Â»\5.BO 32x6.00 3!5.\fi.OO 80\8W Cl. 30x3)6 C1.0.S. Bcgulur 29x1.50 80x4.50 28x4.75 2Â»x4.76 80x5.00 80x5^6 81J.5.35 21)x5.50 aix6.0l) 82x6.00 88x6.00 n H a L6 H tta (( (( it (( U U u II U Pathfinder $ S.70 6,10 7.15 7.60 0.70 10^5 12.00 3!2Â£5 4. 85 5.00 9.2i'Â» rj.sr. Yacnum Cup $ 6.90 7.41) 7.60 8.50 ?.9fl Â».40 Firestone U. S. Rubber or Goodycar Goodricli 11.70 1S.20 mo 6.00 7.00 W.OO J0.Â«0 1 Wf 30.00 7.40 8.10 7.00 a.io 0.75 10.35 1S.10 12.75 UJ0 U.OO r.85 $ 8.10 8.70 9.00 10.10 10.40 11.20 18.00 15J.05 11.50 16.80 1L60 18.15 18.60 14.00 18.60 16.70 16.20 18.15 11.25 11.50 12.00 1L.75 14^5 11.00 15.10 JUU 17.00 17.75 10.20 6.60 7 C 10 11,8't 12.70 17.00 11,80 31,70 12.10 12JJ5 12.90 18.70 15.50 16.00 16.10 J8.J5 18AO Union Supply Co. Sixtj Stores in JOne Coimties ol Pennsylranla.