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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY C O U R I E R , CONNE-,1/SVJLLE, FA. MOM) u AIM IT P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Proud Mother! Mr and Mrs. W. W. WrigM ) \ \ n · r i i . P a , haV5 Tofurned h o m e j t t t i * s i t i n g ' h e i r son and d i u s l ' t r - i n law Ml and M r s KY.ttK !·· \ \ r i g h t ol r n m n t o w n Mi ami M : s \\ i igl t w rif- c a l l e d t o Mor-, i n t o w n \\ A a , h\ (he clPiith «l the 1 u t i r s nioUu i M i s Kranres H e e n n l n M r l"loi em e i K i m p has n t i n n e d to l i t i horn- i n I i W o n t o v v i x a t ' s i v i s i t i n g Mr u.nd M i s lira Keai{ a n d inanj o t h e r t i n n i l s i n S o u t h I unneilvville. Mis^ h i l i n lei ru k uid M ts Ann M e l l o n d i n t r e s M s in I U U M S at fit l i o n u o p a t h u Hospi!i! i'lttsburg, s p e n t t h e VM ( \ uid - . v i t h 'He forniei h i n n n t - Di ui't M i s 1' N" S h e r r k k t l Last A p p l t s t i ( t M i a n d V r s \\ K War:iock ot V, r t I , - l s f n n 14, and n i n Mi«a K i a n { l u i u s ol I ' m o n U w n l i t t todav In HID! i u i e i . i l w e e k - * s r ) o u i n HI i l o i d \ M i s , I, f i n - . H i i i h i t i .ind Todd l i n n u t s o l D t n b u t v i o i U ' l f r i e n d s i n I n i n n t u v v n S.i u r J a y a f u i n o o n V s S C! K l e U l u r ot I n l o u t o w n sp in ' h e \\ ' -k-Pi d \ \ i t l IP · sStLM \!t -. 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M i \i N t n t h P u t nvi Oi I l u i b t ' e t t . o u t r ol o' · i i ^ \ .1 ! Mi* M i c h t' 1 C I n k J o h n I 1' n.r..S. I i s i-. n e t t. II Kem in uiui \I ^ t a l h e i i n o O i m i n i i t . l i t 'IrouUrtin Companv S U M I n . i v i i t n r n e i l f i o m i b u } i n g t t i , i t i \ » 'b. · * Mr KP.I« in bought' to loi t IP ( n ' r - t m i^ ' oh 1 i \ - ilt-t. o h i - t i i ui the hoiii e t u i m ^ l i in?«i ! e p a r ' n u n l t w h i c h h is m tn- O Tonnoi pun htisod u i t a m i o l r r i a p p a r e l le.iriv IAI-VM.JT ( ' e p a i t - ·-llf is 111 111 1 "CT V, i l Cut-.on of C o n n e l l s i Hie, moi mug. 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Prof, con, Lpf.Tof. i 10 16 1 · in I S 7D 1 T 5 2S M i s M i -t J e n n u - e i i o i i 1- i i o v e n ] t i l l o n e 1 ! ' b n ',' t" ^ i ^ l l H l a i lp^ 1" A he V T I K ( v\ i-, r e n o t"d to 11 at U T home 11 \V« t t i l l , n f t e i n o n n oin- Is i . . e'\ - v i s i t i New Way lo Improve Skin \ 1 I t "f l l ' -, -, t 11 V 1 , , I p. I %\1 , \-. - \ l i - t 1,11- ( , i I 1 I I 1 \M I 1 1 ' 1 I ( J I I ' I 1 1| . , 1 1 t . I I t i | i ct, i l 1 c i! I K U 1 n t 'in i l t t ' t\ l 1 ' i _ ( t 1 ' s t i 1 1 3 1 i 1 11 t i n.i i * \I1 1 I i i ! i i n i p -M i i j i utt r* \ I i . l . U t h d d i i I-'ust M K K i t , t M 1' [ ' i e - ) b y l f i i a n Hetoi metl I L 11 1u i ( 1! :'] 10 7 12 19 6 1 5" I 5 : d 4 1 I3 L n Ud P r C S i P A R I S , Feb 17 The gov eminent of ..01 Anilrea T n i i l i » n w h o v v a u foil oil to ab-eni h l n i f o i l l l o m (li t h a n b o r because of i l l n « s rei vri o n l y a h c a n t inajoritv o r JO vole t o - I dav whMi a v o t e of ootilid^nro- \ s a - . j pollo^l on a m i n o r q u e s t i o n « * « W / f - ' I U N t . ' I O N I'M) 17 V. i l l lam I Cran l-'d w e t l J t m o . f , i \ e r n o n t was s w o i n in a ? .1 m m x^r ot v'on- gr««j* tola anilfi applaa and h e « r Ing / f IkMii c r a t u m-cmbt " ot the Hou t C.ranllt'hi vs.is r e c e i l ' v t ^ l e r t e d bv a arc;e n t a j o i i t v to sun x etl the L i t e \ \ i l l l u n K i v n o i , K c p u b i x m vv'io vv,i, k i ' k i In 1 1 a i r p l a n e a t K i ' 1'HIEimiIGHSn \ ! r N Keh 17 -Plan-, ftri B t h " d U i c l b i c dr.it X P! v l i n to r e t u i n !ro si ,i H i K l i t l i Bra/ 1 in Miv bv w ,1 ol t i n 1 I n i t " 1 S t a t e , i , iird-.r o i u i i l » m o n Di Hug*. J X c k u o r r e v e i l r d l nla * * * PHIUA.DKL.PH I A. F"b 17 - - T h e P^nn v h a n i a M , u u i f u l u u i s Asso IH U o u i v i l l elei I a s n i e = ; M ) tu ^ k r u i t o r Jose) h It U r u n d v pres ' p u t Oi t h e orRanif it Ion itt U- ami !,il inee'in,; h-ro tocl.i\ J a m t s \V K u w l o , v u e p i c s i l e n t and Roiwr.il nia i u,oi of thf ! (j I l r i l l Compdii\ I '. h e i l i i l e d to s l u t t e d ( i j u m h a r c o r d i n i to '»poili 1:1 UNITED BRETHREN REVIVAL STARTED; TO LA^T TWO WEEKS i COLONIAL RESTAURANT IS REOPENED T'I ( iloni.il I ' l 1 ' J l l l l S, -t I ( H I M ! . l l i " in i ol ( i i ' o n ' o v i l l ! ( \ If · U IK ^ Mi \Vr-tt li i ,t ( i i m b i idic» I 'i* 1 - p l a t e v Id t a i n ml i n -N Ti In b l e o j i e n e d i nu n l ot I M. West o h i - h i d "" i j i ~ o p c ' a t f d l o ^ t a n i i n ' s 1)1 io tnrt (j!censbiu r t is o p e n e d todaj Horn t» \\ horifs. X d^:-'Mei VM ighiiig s e v e n and a li .If pj.i.uls v as boi n at 7 ."iO o t,loc\ ^ . u i i d a ; .u ; U at tho Count I N v i . h Si l i t tlos]ilt.U to .Mi. and Mi J 'in I I Whom tt N u i i h Meadow ' m o ' I ' m H t h r d i b t child 111 ' h e f u n i l v , d albo i-. the first g r a n t k h i l d ot i\li m l M i s Joseph \\borli ol Van- f i l l b i ' t p a t e n t ^ it t h e father, a n d \ l i t i d V i s f - a m u e l Kritsky o t S i ' i t t d a l e , i . r ^ i i t s of tho mother Mrs \ \ l i o i i c b t t u i ' h e r m i i n a t r c wa, \!i- i-\ i 1 l i / a b "i r ' n t t K j Mr V l i o i n is a m e m b e r of tbp reportorial M i't (il The ounei The m o t h e r and 1 i ' v t i e u t t ng along f i n e K t v n il erv'ii e v v c ^ k s oiieneJ la 1 n i t t d M i e t h r e t i C t o i Ke\ 1' A h - e t m o n o n ' T h e vull be , p i v i c e s , e v e n i n g \ \ i l h t h o da Mrs K Sage w i l l direet thf t h o r n s eho.r ' I h e follow i?u- u the p u l p i t at thi.) s Tonight R r v ( t h e Mill Pain T ' n i t r l tiosdaj r i t p h t K i n p p pabtor ot Prc-sbj terino C hu W e d n e s d a y n i ^ J ) pastoi of lln l a U n i t e d L t r c t h i o u '1 linrMlaj n i g h t , s n . pastor of tl Protc'bt.int Cl.uri ! F n d a v n l K h t K p isioi of tho Chr l o c o n t i n u e fu t w o u i g t t t .it the K l i s t i n r c l i w i t h t h e pas- imiu, d e h v c n i i R i lx)st (Jnp ' There t 7 10 o clock each *KI option ol Satur- holm of Vnic n t o w n I n g l n s bv a laig« inlstcrs w i l l occup -rvic^s thio vvook 1, WHlc, paotor of d Hretltren Church Hot George K the First United eh , Rev R II \ r n d t , M t e Charge of the h u r t h R»v J 11 Ijainbert- F u s t Methodist v Kng-ene itian Church Out), Hrncc Maust Dcnd. I . ' l i c e C M i u » t of Union tow n died s i . t u l a v in the h a a i t a i i u m at Torrence 1 1 w a s * p i ( - u t n a u , hiving followed i l i t p u u t i u 4 iade foi tho last 25 \ . a r a Ik ib survived by his mother. M i s ('arnc B Mau»t, w i t h whom he h id mado liis homo Infant Dl«'. An infi"t tori, 'wo dayw old, ol J. Jlobett and Kllen ( rady Uurtib, of Caii- outiburg f o t m e i l y of Lolsenring No. 1, died Satuiday at t h e family home lie v\ab .1 grandhoti of Mr and MTH Joecpli A Burns ot Sout) N i n t h street, Wc*t Side, Ccnnftllsvill Interment \MW Sunday .iftornoon in .Nt»ft St. Joseph's Cc-uaetery, Connel vlllc. 'rout Visit. Mrs John Hide cl of Pltuburg hus returned homo fro n a visit of a. w^-tk v i t t h ber narania, Mr. and Mrs- Ralph Goe of Vandeibilt IT TSUI ac Ft b Oi C Hiirnon !'] a ^ ( J r a f t of \r n s t r o n r ; i es--s r to t h e i in* PorU r ot t h* 1 S n p i I cted late totl.i\ o- l e a i n ^ d tod.iv 17 \ [ i i o ) n l n i M i l j hid. e J f t . i i t l | i o i . n t v i-, i · j j Jni!?t' \ \ i l l l a n i t Mil. ( i in I i e\- t o i i K u r o v v , i wui KitY \vr,h'I, Kla Fob 17 -be.jreli begai h o i o t o d a v for four ]t*i sons, t w i of t h e m r K i ' u b l i i H«altU ST.ice H i l l s i s , mi-hMUK i n an OJH n boat iiiilue nrKMi b n n d j j 'I he fo ir "-ought ai e M i i s Ixjn.be M a r c h "\!is L e n t o n i I loi son Theodore Me H u g h an i ! l j r r \ 1'itts who set out from hve on a ti, h ins; t ip and h a v e not r e t n i n e i l * w ^ P H I L A D L L l ' H I \. t J-Vb 17 Hi. i n ve*-tnont lirokeiujje hou'-o of. t l u i u i p C B l o w n i. ompiuiv h e i e today an- noun ed itn imibllity to nirc! it.s obli- galio is and consequently was a u t o - m . i t l c . i l l v t.ufepende-d t i o i r i menibership in t l i 1 P liladelphui fctoi k Mr«. Anna P. Denny's Funeral Saturday I Us-o tho Cia£«ifi 4 Advertisemeata. COLDS MAY DEVELOP INTO PNEUMONIA Coughs from cold* may lead to serious trouble. \ou car »ttp them BOW with Creomulsitm, i;n tinolsificd creosote that is pleasant to Hike. Creoinulsion n a medical ducotcnr with two-fold action; it soothes and hcaH the indanu'd lurra- LraitM anil in ubitt gortu growth. Of all k/uma lirugi, creosote is rerog- ni/i-d by high medical authorities as one of ttie great ei$l icalitin agenclea for toughs from cold* md bronchial irritations. C rcomuljiun t intnins, in jd Jit ion to c.'co- lulc, other tica inj clt-rucnts which »ooth« and heal the inflai stop tho imtatiou, goes on to the stem the blood, attacks t) and checks the gro Creotiiiilsion u lory in the trratm colds, bronchitis ai Lrunciiial irritation for iiuildmg up tin or flu. Money reft ufter taking utcoi Ask your druggiat. led Hicmbranca and while the creosote ich, i) absorbed into e seat of the trouble rth of the germs. ;u,iranleed satisfac- 'nt of cougha from d minor form* of , and is cicellent system afte! cold* ided if not lehevtd, iiog to dlrcctioaa. (jdv.) CREOMULS /"OR THE COUGH FROM COiGS THA 't 'HANG ON T h » f u n e r a l seivico tor Mrs A n n a P a t t e i s o n Deuny -was heul Satnniaj m o i n u i K at 11 o'clook in tbi home ot IIPI i ousm. Cooper Patteison, N o i t h Sixth street, West Side Rev J I I Lam! ei tson., pastor ot the First M e t h o U i b t Protestant C h n r i h , oflut- atod. Theie were a numlu't of benu- t i f n l floi.il tributes At the lequest ot M t Denn ' A b i d e W i t h Me" ami the Bai ' w e i o i t a d by Rev. ertson F o l l o w i n g the service at i h e home the l u n c r a l partv d i o v e overland to AVost Bond, netit R I L U I Laiulinfr, \ \ h e r i a briet serv» e \va hold in the Methodist Kpisoopal O h u n l i , OL \ s h i r l i Mrs. Deuny W A B a niembei Uev Lamlcrtson o f f e i e d p i a v e r I n t t i - nient was made Hi WtsL Beiul ( enie- tery P a l l b e a i e t s wei » Bobert Tissue ot C d l l t o r n l a , P a , GoorKe 0 D c n n j ot Ciieeusburg, Kofcwit A C o \ e r t of R i e e i Lancing, Samuel P. KlcnuiUen, l l t i t j l i Fleni iken and Clarence F l c n i u k e n all of Ur iontown Jfuncr.il D n c i t o i ( J: Simt, wa tu charge of the H i n c i a l Csretnl Mothers Keen About It. "Ccughs never last loug In out t.un- ily, lor wo use Foley's Honey and Tar," says Mrs J. M. Hill, H o m e i , Ga "Foley'is Ho-ney and Tar has never failed l o Uko CAie of c otiglus and colds ii; our family, and v\e have used It over 20 years," says M t a r O r n s t c i n , Green Bay, Wis. Dependable .ilwayu, no oolatcs, no chloroform, r o t h i n g 'hat i l A t e t u l motliet liehltates to give her c h i l d r e n That's w h v mothers en- dore 1'uley s H o u e v and Tai Abk l o i it lor sale b C' Roy Htrtl, Wool- v v o i t l i IJIdg -- Adv ei Uberni.nl 7 WjnkolT Je·^l Wynkoft, 02 yearri old r e i n e d B u l l i m t t e Ohio Ilallioad engineei di«d -iaUndav a f t e r n o o n al the home ot Al and M i s Irvm J i u b n g h t ol IVorll i w h c i c ho bad i ended fot L h c hibt ' b yenre H ERE arc the fade aliout car service u the things lhal can't be without losing mileage. Now for the fir«t time, you ran ha\r this quickly, skillfully, economically -- at onr "One - Slop" Service Station. One Stop Service 5 It i it easy for yon to neglect your tires until yon harr triable on the rood --to forge't jour battery until the starter won't work? Have you ever had vour brake* fail brcause they needed adjustment or had a bearing burn out due lo poor lubrication? If. BO, it is usually because you havcnH lime lo go around to several different places for service. 5 Just think what this "One-Stop'* cervier means in the saving of time and money. *J Our men are thoroughly trained--they know the tire business. They know how to service your car. No matter what part of this maintenance service jon need, got everything done at one stop and be miles ahead in economy and satisfaction. Firestone Service Stores, Inc H. C. "Zeke" Haddock, Mgr. 122 West Apple Street. Phone 21 Bath Every Six Months SufRci«n1" for llnles for 1)8 l i l n s H l i i e 1! m o n a - t e i | p - ol the Fuuueenl l i n v p hecn discovered u tjor lain}, In the i j r u l a t l u n " of ^ t i n e s , C'antei i u r y ind St \ \ e h t m l n s l f i M o n k s were a l l o w d to t f^ii 1 *! B yen"- befon' Ohtl« Pcntccoat. P i c v l o u w to the !· ri«ntnry, four m t h s KVU? al n u n l l y , b u t t i l l s n n r i b e r w i half becnue l i a i l i l n , «as t a luxury evrrpt wli u n«ct the Kick Only f o u r raon! a could bnl (Jar, so H to;k more than t to accommodate the sixty the monastery, No bntlis viw on Sunday The monks hsd sennnti them At Wetttnlnstor thpsw ie«ined e x t i a food and beer d n r s " r j he bnUw v,'cri» t i i k t n hi! tub, Instead of stand np, a.s ably the 8*-iilar custom at Monks vrtro not nit owed t 1 the baths to "?oaU" s f l e r Monl*s u e i t U t l n e i c e n t u r y Ion, Ung- Petw's, Ke bnths inns fin i Hirtt'eutli )wed an- 3 cut In insldered for BROTHERS Triple Action COUCH SYRUP te In one /o weeUs aonks In ; allowed to wash eervantK on "bath ins In n as prob he tlnip. stay in hey h u d At first, iiatl.iii,? v.as eo" ti comjleto i'iien-f*, but "that 'ood custom has bttTi e n t l n i l y abiu doned in thPSip modoi Q Uines" f Uie t )urte«uth centuiy The Winner HP was in the h a b i t of resulnrly at (he same icstat ilny h e culled t h e \ v u i t c r t said · "John, instcu! of Ipplng day I m going to (?!'' you n at the end oC n e i y mouth, more c o n v e n i e n t for mo." '"lhank you, su,' ansv waiter. "Rut I wonder if y puylnK me lu udMUlce for tlu "Well, that fe a strange rein e \ f r , here H , v " I suppose uither Unnl tip "Oh, no s i r ' " s m l ' r d ,fohi th*- inonpv i n t o Ins poi ket leav in^ liete t o d a y " Keeping the Mice A* my F u s t l i o a n l e r -- W h i t ' Sur ly you're not w n t i r v nncthei novel -- when you've had six relotfert a l t e u l y . Second E o a t d e r -- ^ e., I m. If 1 Just sit nnd t e n d In t h e eve ilngs the mire will run -ill a r o u n d me but the t.vpmg keeps t h e m :iv .iy. Lookinir for Il.irgnin It so, roaii tli-e arlvoi ti^in, columns of The Oally i'airouizo those who .idverUac. Card Party H. J O H N ' S SOri V i j I ALL West Siiie, CoHncllMlllo Thurs. Night, Fe3. 20 JMM 0 V U "500 Prlrcu. l.tuidt U i l l Hi «;= Innching i-nnt. One him and on every ump sura It will b« sred t h e u'd mind nionlh?" est. TIow- you arc Governor Latest slipplngr Ouly 1 m ITHOUT A EN? Plan Now--Enjoy an Outdoor Living Room This Summer The Ideal Layout of the Home Grounds This is the l.-itest photo of 0 Max Gardner, go\ernor of North Carolina, who ib .·-ponsormg a hvc-ut- home movement to combat agricultural depression jn the The vogue f u r beuu y oulsido the hoube a« \\ell au with n, is upon tib And this n«w vogus Suds its most charming oppression 'ti the inoderi outdrwr living room This new fashion ros tits from mou (ban the public's i o thc'ousnobs of "backyard" bareness It is tho homo owner's own solution to tho problem of. bow to get the most oat of his property and the moat out of living Tho appeal of beautiful ftowerinp; pUnts tastefully arranged to create an out-of-doors loom Is i-iesiatiblo and tho idea of selecting t l e m and plant ing thorn oneself IB fr. ught with ex- utUiK adventure. Jul Lo be able to have- a place out-of-d )ors which is attractive, livable an 1 comfortable w h o r e the whole f a m i l y can find countless hours of cnj ment, is reason enough lor t r e a t i IB; an outdoor hvin« room N o w is tho time to plan t h i b im provoment so the plant! IE can bo doiu th .s spring and the nitdoor l i v i n g l o o m enjoyed all suinmsi Ifow to IMi u. 'i lie o u t d o o t l i v i n g i om ha.^ po^-,1- h i h t i e s f o r p e r s o n a l e x i i t s s i o n w h K h p i a i t u u l l n n l l m i t ' d W i t h p l a n n i i l e i l . i l you m,i\ u t u i a p l i s l i woiulei l u l ihing-, w i t h o u t Kr«M.t e x p e i u l t l u i i Oi v u u mav make y o u ) outdoor room Mb i ich and lavish in Hi l u r i i i s h n n ,1-, you dotare, of LOU se, the m r n e [ v u u cpetid, tlic m o i u ; ou ( a n e x p c ( i in a t ' h l e v t u s uiiiiMUl and v i v lino j efloc li j l i h t (U 111 L U I I U hlllf, all I l l d O O i i ruom lu a m idse p a n to make H [ reprc-jf ut you and the type of h o m e I yon luivu or dt. n e I^irst, have a definite ktea of v v h a l you want lo a c c o m p l i s h He U beauty is not the result of accident It is not ns o.isy to move plants about an it is to c h a n g e f u r n i t u r e in tlic house Alra'dirp t i n s p i t e a v a i l a b l e Your pi in mny be a t i m p l e pencil sketch, d r i w n io stale-, to .show fie- f-hapi 1 oiui hi/e of the p l a i i t l n ^ H On the ml of s i x t v feet w i d t h 01 IPFS, i h e ouutooi l i v i n g u/ora ib usual- lv best in the space back of I bd houfcc W b r r o thero is e n o u g h space, it mav be kcate-d in the b'le yard, bftwccn thi house and lot l i n e The house, or [ a p o r t i o n of it t a n be one .side of the l i v i n g room, mil t h e other sides bo j d e i e « m i u c i by the lot linei, or tho sei v k'a aip.i. 1 The ouulooi l i v i n g l o o m nec-d not I bi l a i n W h e i o the lot ii larpo, t h e h o u s e is u s u a l l y l a r R e alHo ,inl the *i/e of tlio outdoor I I V I H K loom ahoulrt . o n » , p o n d in M A \ f P h m k of. tbo i o u t d o o t Mviii),- loom as an extension ol ll e livring looms of the house; plan It uijaeeni to t h e m H s h o u l d invite- o u t o u t I n t o HIP i % olds Checked By modern vnporizine ointment -- Just rub on OVER 1? 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