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February 17, 1930

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i'.U,K TWELVE. TiW JDA1IA' COURIER, l.'A. MONDAY. F E B R U A R Y 17, Editor's Book Cites Chance Of British-American War i fWWWWWWIWSWVVMWVWWM'itfWW!^^ »A ^ A m e r i c a n c o c U t . i i l t i n s · o i n i n c r o d tho i ;it'r i .; of P a r i s : t h e p r i d e nf i ho H r i t i s h N a v y 11. ,\i. S. N e l s o n , HIS an A m e r i c a n Kodii. f o u n t a i n ; ain the b a t h s o! Home n o w h f i v e A n i e r i i ill p l i i r i v b i n r : . " A m e r i c a n cash I'C'^i. '.ers are r i n ~ ; IE i; I hei c i i t r r ry t u n e - i; .Idlu'iine.-ibisr;- mid M a l i s a f e l y i';ti:t- blade:'; a r - c h i l i s o f i i i o i i ' i Swedes a n d H' s w a r t h y A f r i c a - dan. A m e r i c a n cosau f o u n d in C u b a n b o u d r ic.an e l e c t r i c r e f n ' K e r i i set", ice in s w e l t e r i n g t.: "Travel w h e r e you A m e r i c a n hot pri('.iil s y m p K B e r l i n (locli i e l a b o r a t e ;-oihi 1'oanla: for | ilaes. served by s n a p p ; soda .Moscow crowds a r o n n i f = p c c ! : ! t'- Ti'.! C o u r i e r . NIOTV Y O R K , Frb 1 7 . - - I , a r j ? r ! y ho ~au*cs of economic ; ' ; v a l r y , " w a r bet w f n A m e r i c a am! ( J r r a t R r i t a i n I K mr-rc probably I h i n w a r l i c i w c r n A m e r i c a a n d a n y o h o r power." l . t i d - H'dl H r n n y . t ' d l ' o r i a l w r i t r r . tt.i'scrlM in MK bonk, " A m e r i c a ( ' r i t i r j i i r r : ; B r i t B i n . " Denny's book ;itt ' t n p t ; i So b l a s t t h e fr?o,\K»nUy c x p i VM-d o p i n i o n t h a i " v a r is t m t h i n k a b b " heUvcen t h e t w o great Anglo-Saxon nations. To him t t e r e - is o n l y one n'.lornnUv-e to nrm-ecl c o n f l i c t : If Cirem B r i t a i n w i l l cou- ccdo American econoivsH s u p r e m a c y ; if sho w i l l sit by w h i l e her tonner | t - i i n ' t escape A m e r i c a n p.'ory fades: if sho w i l l accept tho f a i c ' fashions. Tokio m u m - w h i c h has o v e r t a k e n every Rinynre of ths past- then, says Denny, h o s t i l i t i e s may bo averted. "There is not room," he e x p l a i n s , ia the contract)!!.- modern world for t w o c o n f l i c t i n g e m p i r e s a s large a n d roil sasoluie p r e d a t o r y as R r i t a l n and America. Sfinaro." I'.ither tho snpriMiv.iey of America w i l l Kenirnins: !: le rccognv/.trrl by H r i t a i n in peace, or '-U'i w;ire!art-, l hat supremacy w i l l be asserted in c l a i m s of tho.st battles of blood. If B r i t a i n , is foolish r a c i a l ( nough to fight u s , she will so d o w n :noro q u i c k l y , thai is all. "Kifty years ;*o tho prophetic ' M a d s l o n o wrote of America: "It is ·hf alow who, at a coming t i m e , can i t i d probably w i l , wrest from us our j ·ornmerctal supremacy.'" j Denny compares p r e s e n t Anglo- I A m e r i c a n relation w i t h Hie p r e - w a r j s t a t u s between P r i t i u n a n d G e r m a n y | in which the- two powers stood toe-to- | lor and shipped for mastory of tho .vorld's markets. I n c i d e n t a l l y , Denny c ' h a r R o s , the g r o w t h of G e r m a n Kiiip- p i n g sinco tlv "World War is tho dir e c t result of A m e r i c a n f i n a n c i a l aid and l.he Unites'. Stat.es there-fore is r u n n i n g contrar' to the aims of tho P-CHCO t r e a t y . ! ( U 1 U " u means of Kven n o w . D e n n y w r i t e s , t h e whole [ s a y * i n i n t c r n r c i a ; io w o r l 1 i.s bp.comins; Americani/.c'',. "American j a ? z i s d r u i n p Wanner f r o n l G e r m a n y , " he observer "The Today -- Tomorrow -- Wednesday Vitaphone Afl Talking Die sliop.s o!' j :n. A m r r i c a n ] in S l o c l i h o l m I s in tlu Son- i ii's a r c t o lie r.s i i u d A m e r - u r s a r e d o i n g epical cities, w i l l a n d y o n custom;-! a n d OM 'atsu k e i k i ' cakes w i l h ; to its f i r s t init « n n - '.jcrkcrs.' t h e t i r f t b r i g h t s t a l i o n p u t in A r b a t tin; si bji-ct of poten- D n i n y c o n s i d e r s the who c to c u l t u r a l and bet w- i the I ' n i i e t i S t a t e s and I ' r i t a i n as lars to war. l i e replies, lirst. t h a t , t h e l-Jiisllsh s'tvain iimoii); Amor^c.ans i ; I x - i i i K iivfi'- w hoi mod by ollu-r I t l o x l ; a n d . second, t h a t civil wur,i. s u c h a s t h a t , i n o u r own c o u n t r y prove- 'o u n i o n likiod and l.inpu-iiso do not. prc .'ent w a r w h e n t h e r e is l a t e n t l i o s t i l l i ' on b o t h sides. As i n d i c a t i v e 01 in o t n p a t i b l l i t y in niitionul a s p i r a t i o n s lenny points lo S'rinio M i n i s t e r Mai O o n a l d ' s sliue- JIHT t t h a t I S r i t a i n m i s t increase her exports to s u r v i v e and I'rcsidont, Hoover's e x p l a n a t i o n t h a i American p r o s p e r i t y depend:; i n U e e p i i i K the for-eip.'n markot.T v h i 1) absorb tj\c- 10 p e r c e n t p r o d u c t i o n n r p l u s . " W h i l e foreign ma ki'ts are t o I'.ri- n r v i \ : i l . " D e n n y , "lo !!»:· t ' n i t e i l S l a t e s t h e y arc t h e p. 1 ; -o ot prosperity, r . r i t a i n , wiioso ne"(( .s ^ r v a t e r . is SO- ins d o w n A m e r i c a h goinj; up." The Day's News At Dawson Road Clerk Five Years Wins Executive Post ·"··5*1 S p e c i a l -.o T!u! C o u r i e r . DAWSON. 1'eh. IT. -- Mrs. Clyde Cur.ners of VanderbiH has relurr.ed homo from CMwoland, w h e r e she had licoii u n d e r obs?rvalion for a week at th.- Cleveland Clinic Hospital. The puWio s hools will give an enl e t t a i n m e f i t at. the social a u d i t o r i u m of t h e Method st C H u r o h on Friday cvcnins. The proceeds w i l t go for i. In- p u r u h a s i n ; ? of a new p i a n o for i he i her parents. G a a l , N o r t h is Teressa (.!uul. who is in traln- i,t M e r c j Uosplta!. I-Mttshuvg, s f i i M i t t h e W f c k - e n d w i t h Mr. and Mrs, CUurlos .1. D.'iWSOH. f.loyi Kor.sylhe was a h u s l n e s s cail- f.r at C o n n c l S s - i l l e on S a t u r d a y . S. \V. i n k s H a s t r a n s a c t i n g h u s i n c - p s in P i t t s b u r s on F r i d a y . Mis/, C a r o l i n a C o c h r a n . a student at \s'--':· V i r g i n i a t ' n i v f r s i t y , i.s spending ?i fpw days wi-.li her p a r e n t s . Mrs, H u r r y C. Cochran Pat Rooney Family in "The Royal Pair' VltiiphofX 1 Act and Tnlkincr N o n s Hfr-l , \ f m f s s l o u -- M a t i n o p I0 and 2"r--Nitylit 1"r an A Thursday, Frldjiy uiid Saturday Ted Lewis in "Is Everybody Happy' Mr. and f N o r t h l a w . Mr.*, .fames S. Uiuglirey left F r i d a y for Chic.aKo, « hero she w i l l spend the next week v i s . i t i n g f r i e n d s and r e l a - tives. A b o w l i n g t e a m is beinp formed arnouK the ompioyeH of the Pitteburs ft Lake Uric at Dickereon Run who work on tVie i«'ond trick. They are u n a b l e to at.t'.-nd the panie-s in Uio e v e n i n K owiys; to the hours of their w o r k . A.I avanKeuiont will bo made w'tcreby they may bo-wl on the 1'. M. v\ A. alieys when t h r o u g h work at U : l f F. M. M.rs. C. V. D o w n i n g of McKecs llocks spent. Sunday al the h o m e o.C Mr, and Mrs. Wilson K. Beers, Carl G'ray, Jr., vi iiose appointment us gcnoral raanaj er and first vico- president of the Minneapolis, St. Paul, Chicago Omaha Railroad indicates that hr is following the footsteps of his f ither. 'Carl Gray, Sr., is ;ihe presidjnt of the Union Pacifip Railroad, a company JOT which Carl, Jr., refused to wwrlc because of. hia father's position. He started as a 'iork with the M., St. P., C. O. f've y«mra ago. Meyt rsdale Bridgepoil BUUXiKPORT, Feb. 17--Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clausnor and childrcji of PittabarR, Mins Violet Jones who has been ependtrtg several weeks in Ali- fiuippa and Mr. and Mrs. Thomns Carlton and children of this ploc* qpent Sunday at tho I^akeview farm home of ] Dougherty, Mr. M K Y K K S n A l , K , t-'cb. 17 ,{oscpb f. Tlciuh wan honor ijiifKf. at a very df;~ l i g t i t t u l party pivi n ly Mrs. Koich on Thureday evening in Itoleh A u d i t o r i u m in iioriof tho G3n anniversary o£ hi.s b i r t h . Over one 'iundred jnitwt^, wore present who c n j o e i l tho e v e n i n g p l a y - ing cari« and hi i«o anil aftnr t h o g-amt-a l u n c h wan served ami then the guests enjoyed (Kincing for a while. Llr.' Reich wae U i recipient of many beautiful gifte in lading a purso con- t a i n i n g a nice su u of money. Amonfi the out-of-town g icete were Kov. If. T. Miller and Mr. ai d Mrs. bloyd Heachy of \V«6l Salisbur , Hev. CJeorgo Qulnn of Spangler, and Mr. and Mr;;. I'. J. arid Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Weldori Jones. Mre. W i l l i a m Chrletner of Davi«twn spont B«vcrai days last week w i t h her Mister, Mrs. Prank Mitchell. Jes«o Ccchran, who ie in the mercantile business in Oregon City, Oregon, SJVMH \Vednesday here witli his parents, Mr. ivnd Mre. W. S. Cochran, w h i l e on route U New York City. Welsh, Mr. and Mr«. Robert Critch- liold and Mise (' irrio England, al] of Somerset. Mr. and Mrv. Harvey Bittner entertained on ThurfiiMy ovoning with a six o'clock dinner al tiu-ir home on r.xi.r(.',?. street. Covers \ err laid for Mr. and Mrs. C, Howard : ihockey, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grese, b',r. and Mr«. M. L. Beatrice I;utler has been very ill a t ! Barber, Mr. anl Mr«. TOtlward Diveley, her homo w i t h rheumatism following iin attaclf 01 toneiiitls. Mrs, Lene Fleck and Mrs. J allies Helloin entrta:nei the Ladies' Bible (,'las*) of th- Union Sunday School at. t h e i r home on Thursday evening, The member!! present wort Mrs. lOliza Hoycr. Mr«. ,1, R. Wood, Mrfi. CharluH j M i l l w a r d , 'Mr*. Frank Mitchell, Mrn. , J . j S. McClnin, Mrs. James llelloiu, M r n . (etia Fleck, Mrs. Ray McCloy, Mrs. i A r t t i u r C i r a ' l o n , Mrw. Norrnaa Bchartl | and Mr*. V'illlam Morgan. Visitors j wore Mrn. A V i l M a m Chrlstner of D a v i s - j t o w n and N!ia.";ps Gertrude H u t t e r a n d ! Kayo V f r l l f M i , A f t e r tho tiieeting a s o - j cial hour v as enjoyed v, r hon games i wore [ilayoi and a d e l i g h t f u l l u n c h i w:!i served by Mrs. Kleck and M i x . ! M u l l e i n . ;Vr.-'. M i t c h e l l , Mrs. M e C l a i n ''. arid Mi.'S Utitlec were t h e prize \ v i u - nert! of s h e even in jr. I Mr.s. (.Veorge Kel u and (laughter, Misfi Melljfl Keim. Al'ler dinner neveral hours were Hjei t in p l a y i n g 500. Hev. and Mrs A. 8. KITSRC who spent the past i ,vo nionthrt w i t h relatives at '{'atakill N. Y., liavo ratnrned to their home !i -ro on Main street. Mr. and Mr«. fcjnnto I^ucentl spent Thursday v i s i t i ) x in Cumberland. Misti Julia Co .XT has go no to Baltimore, for a tw i weekn' v i s i t with friends. KDis Bpent Thursday atives in CJunihcrlaiid. Rayinoiul Dorry, .son Mre, Gcorffo (fady, M. and dauphtor, MISH V h i l i j ) Reich atteiuled 'lie l a l o J o h n K n e c h t at \Vi»st Silsbury on ng. Mr.s. Robert v i s i t i n g w i t h re Mr. uiid Mrn. Joseph, Mr. iiml J. hiveiiROod Gladys and Mr? (lie f u n e r a l of w h i c h wiis hel Thursday morn TODAY--TOMORROW--WEDNESDAY r CHARLES (BUDDY) ROGERS HaSf Way to Heaven" (I Qaramnunt A R T H U R . Also All Talking Comedy, Movietone Act and Sound News The Paramount A spectacular flro i« one of t.h( features of "Tiger Rom;," the Warner Broi. and Vilaphono ver«ion of the famous stage melodrama, which l« on the Bcrocn at the Paramount Thoril.ro. Ttu; cabin of a maddened doctor, which role is played by 11. B. Warner, te burn«1 by an overturned lamp.! Thr tscene takes plat-o in the Hudson! Bay distri-ct. ' j As a matter of f-i«t, the fire wa« j filmed in two sections. 'Tho exterior i of ..ho blaze, against a n i g h t sky, was filmed on location, near Uik-« A r r o w head. 'Extraordinary prceaiiUom; were taken because of the dry w e a t h e r , and torsst vangero wHh flro ii«litins etuio- The Orpheui n Quickly Stops l»road«'(| f.'oiiKhuiv w o n ' t boiii'-r y o u t h i s i i n e r if y "u k e e p Kiddy's lioiu'y and s r ( ' D U U ' i i u i i d nil tia iid. U ' i i c t i i o r ·on;: i n-suli.H f r o m a c o l d , i r Ii; t u u ' t i i u ! Uibt-s. iii.'l;liiii.'. i ru iblex'Miic uii'-iit ci'ii^tiK or a in iKTVtius l i a c k i n t t : ciicli ttuso i-y's l l o t u ' v a a d T a r c a r r i e s U s ,"i' !· uiu'ici;!)! v i r i n e s t i n t o dirt'ci t w i l b thi» i r r i t a t e d s u r f a c e s , vi'j n ^ i . H i i t r e l i e f . Kco!s c ut'.ini u rf'H 1 w i i r m s ;usd i.-'.imforis. No ^. i n i i t l ! ; - U X R I U C A s k I'm- . ,"'·; '-riM b y ( ' Ui'iv U ^ ' X i M . or f i'.iflc.. -Ativr-i.'! l y o m o u t . i Mr«i. 11. F. V ui H o r n and daughter, i Mr*. W a i t o r Ed re and son, \Valfcr, Jr., j have i v t i i r i u d o ( h e i r home in H r n t t - ; dale at'tor a 1 ' i i - d a y '"is it. here i v i t l i j tin' fortucr'ii s - i - i i i - l a w a m i i l a u g h t c r , i Mr. ami Miv;. \' . (.'. I'rtce. j Mrs. F. L. ( ixI' and Hon.-, l-'n-ddln ' '.! id H i l l y arc i; .oin.liii.tc a few day relative,-: i l l IMl iriliuri.' . J o h n t\ V i n c e n t , from t h e y y w e r e C O N i ' O K I i . i i u c h i i u a i s a i la.s.. Keh. 1 d .'auie.-; ·.vim i.-.H-iip' 1| i l o r y S a U i i ' i e la si. ni'^iit ud e x p o s u r e . UHMit stood ly to fien- that, a limber did not catch on tiro. N-eedk'63 to way, the iiuorior in the b u r n i n g cabin could not be: tak.en at tho su»i« time. Ho tho cal)in was reconstructed on a slage at the Warner Broy. s t u d i o , and w i t h the lights turned on f u l l force, rio tho cameras could couic i n f o play, it was burned ,under the s u n c r v i t s i o n of lxs Aisge-les Fire Dcparlineul officials, who iHood by w i t h equipment to make tutro th.-it tho big stage did not catch lire. Vlontc Blue and 1-upe Vale/- are co- Hi.'irred in "TiKer Itose," which is tai-cen f r o m Willard Mack's t r e i n e n l . U H l y successful frl.af.e play of the hiiuie name, ( i e o v s i ^ J'"i!y.!riiurlc:' directed, The- p r o g r a m a l s o iin-liidcri Hie I'at K oiu'y f a m i l y in "Tin- Uo.vul Pair," ; V t u p h o i i i i - act a n d t a l l i i i i ) ; ' I I C W K reel 'wi111 Utxiliaiu M e M a i i n ' e e x p l a i i i i n r , ' I n - f t a l u i ' i - ; ; iu; l l i e y are i l i r o w n on l i t e SITBOll. Tht" l e u ' U i i ^ p i c t u r e ! .I'm- Friday a n d Pat(ir!u,v i, ; "Is Hver Kitice the voitthfu C'harl-es ( B u d d y ) Hogur;- enUi-ed n ovhig jiic- turc*i, lie Inirt k e p t lil)iiHo!f in perfect physical condition. And he ttigo of t h i H rlKorous tra ulng never moro marked f h a t i u his in "Half Way to Kwiven.' his latest all talking p i c t u r e , which ia the fea- tnrci picture at the Orpheu u. Lovers of Paramount.'.- youngest Htar w i l l Ue pleiwsantty «ur; rined w'h-en t h e y Ke-w- Hot;ers in "J-IaJ Way to Heaven." As an aerial f apexe per- f o r m e r in n c a r n i v a l , lie wears tho sandy flesh l i g h t s of that ' a i l i n g and j his a d m i r a b l e ImlM ,-show -off Co ad- j viuilase. Thorio who oous der Roge-rfl j ol' slight b u i l d will have c; us-e to alter tlieir ^pinions, because-, ' r stre-iigl.li excels the of arm «nd s h o u l d e r , lie average college a t i i k t o . "1-itilt \Vav lo Heaven" f s a, story of romance and thrills in ar.uival life, Rogers, u.i a newcomer to he carnival, in teamed w i t h Jean A r l h iv and Paul Luka.H, poi formers on the flying trapaKo. Mist A r t h u r w h o ,'s a murked. favortism for ljog':r." ajid he to her aiTecticin. Jjiikan, fi-owever, iu jealous ol' Miiss A n h u r ' s a tensions and p l a n s a diabolical rc\ snge wiiich llogers' skill and d a r i n g ; lone t h w a r t . The c l i m a x comes s w i f t l y ind, in three sen-satioually s t i r r i n g KC nes D c p u H n i o n t Sloro ring Printed RayoB Pique THE Y A R D 88c Spring's Latest Fabric Creation Among tho m a n y new p r i n t s , you will f i n d the: Rayon Pique prominent, for Spring. Charming designs of floral patterns on light grounds. A wide variety of colors. Printed Dimities »w Sprintr Patterns Arc Here! 45c The dainty floj-al patterns on light arid dark grounds w i t h large and small dots have an importance; among the good housewives. The dressos miide from this material arc so neat and rciined in appc-aranec. 36 inches Printed Crepe Washable Printed THF, V A H I T H E Y A R J $2.18 Patterns W i t h Ufflvt and Dark (rouii(!s To gel the new printed silk crepes at the begin- n i n g of 1930, is quito a privilege. And then enter a contest and wi i money that will moro tlian ]ay for the cost of the material . . . what an op ) o r t u n i t y for tho women of Conn e l l s v i ^ l e ! For Making Spring Frocks Mostly small p r i n t s on l i g h t and dark grounds wHh beautiful color comb i n a t i o n s . They'll tempt you into m a k i n g yourself a new frock--and imagine', at t h i s price the dress won't cost riiore than $4. Cotton Prints 28c In Smiirt, Jiew and Attractive Patterns The Broadcloths, Dimities, and Cotton Prints are especially priced for frocks a n d children's w e a r. Slightly irregula? 1 prints, hut all first quality and Cast to washing. uG indi- es wide. Light and d a r k grounds in gay patterns. : !.i inches. Suggestions for the Dressmaker Design or Style If you do not, have an original style idea or design for your dress . . . Visit our pattern department. We have the advanced styles of fashion by Vogue or Pictoral Review. Free advice by an Experienced Dressmaker. Join Our Dressmaking Contest Three cash prices t i i a t w i l l make it worth your while to become interested in this novel contest. All Women and Misses arc eligible to cutei the contest with the exception of Professional Dn,'ssmakers. Notion Essentials A few items you may need during the dressmaking;-- Needles- pkg _ I0r Scissors 85: to SUir 1 ) I'll read or to !."»; Jhitloiis, doz lOc to $1 Hemstitching and Picoting Done Here shown. The feature picture for; Thursday, Friday and Saturday is "In Old Arizona," with Edmund L*we and . Dorothy Burgess in the stellar role, j The Strand i i i n l l y h a - u i i r i i j -. Iu roll 1 , ,-ii" for Kos r o i n a i u r i you i A i k ; and p o p u l a r r h a i a c i e r a 'tor, r e c e n t l y N~MI in "Tho Wolf of \V U Street," i:; a! lli.s lie--! ill Urs p j c l l t 0. All .'ill t a l k i n g ccincd. 1 . ioiniil nowi-; reel am' i i i o v i D l o a o act ; to al/JO beiun No lees t h a n six .sene-ational song | h i t s ' m a k e up the melodic t e x t u r e of I "yimny Side Vp." Fox Movietone musical comedy, HOW current at the Strand I Theatre, Dunfoar. "Sunny Side Up" is an original musical comedy written by Buddy De- Sylva, Ivew B r o w n and Ray Henderson, Broadway's popular song writers. They provided six of tho nest num-, hers they ever have written for thie e n t e r t a i n i n g p r o d u c t i o n which rserveH to Introduce .Janet G-aynor a« a musical comedy star. Sales o! the songr, t o t a l l i n g well into the millions is indicated by their popularity wilh audiences all over the country. The song hits a6 "Suny Side UP," "If I Mad a Talking Picture of Yon," " Y o u ' v e Got Me Pickin 1 Petal;! Off of Daisies," "Turn on the Heat," "You Find the Time, I'll Find the rosroj.dnf place," "It's Great to Be Necked," and "I'm a Dreamer, Aren't We All'.'" David IrUUlor directed "Sunny Side U p / ' and Seymour Felix, celebrated d u n c e d i r e c t o r , staged the ensemble.") and f.ong n u m b e r s . There its, a chorus of 10U dtmcliiK and K i n g i n g beauties. The support ing cutit. is headed by 101 JSrelidt'l, K h a n n i .l.ynn, F r a n k lli;h- · a d i n ^ j ardsou and M a r j u r i w \Vhilu. |V'iiii-| Tin! d a i n i y , w i s t f u l lillU.' J a n e t .-CM her veri-iatility by p l a y i n g n c l v roU j , Ijj'OU'l in liixjlii, ami a;;ain ( h e borilcr larni of pathos. S h e ' ·.iijifts, slu; daiic-eK, fshe Itillcs, ami s h e , does it. all w i t h t l i a t : touch of gt'iiiiw ^ Unit has rairicd her from tho r e a r ; r a n k * of extra g i r l s to the f r o n t r a n k j of the- Krc.'ii cMl. s i a r « in I h u e n t e r - j l. w o r l d n «W TR A N D -- D U N BAR, PA. PHKSDNT TONIGHT AND TO3IOHROW OWIb QUTL0R A l i i i i i h . i M t -- . n i i . i , i , . , I SwVWAIWWWMtWIMVWVW/W^^ Smithton 17 --- Haul Smith ; iller Friday. : t.'harlcroi was a hl'itl d.Sinocif. s, a pow CT!'uI oil SIMITHTON, Feb. was a.Greenisburg i (Jcorgo Bookii of caller here Friday. MrVs, Harry Tlgne · and '.son, V i r g i l , were PHtabui'K vwli-'i's Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. 1'aul Sf.ooj).i of .lenn- iH'tfe were guesds at tin; home of relatives of Ibis place Thursday ever.iiiR. Carl NichioU'o of Mon««sen was a Kiiet-il at l ho home of f r i e n d s of tin:! jilact' Thursday eve ilns. l..aii'(i Dontnui iVai-, a l ' i u » ' b u i i ' v i s i t o r T h u r s d a y . K a l [ i h S!ier!.niuly isjx-nt i ) i « Heck in C J r o n n s b u i ' K as a j t i i y u m i i . ,lo«c'ph H e t l i m a i i , Jr., w a n a West Nowtoii C L i i l e r Fr'Kl.'.y. JflniBs R a t t e r y 01 ;i Kiie.sl at I he lion Pel or l ) c , f l i , Frids; U;io our ciaahifit Heile \'i.'rno!i P of M r . and Concrete Blocks We Iiave vcx-ently purchased concrel.o block plant from S. M. Grimm, located on Moason Street, West Bide, Conn«llsvillo, Pa., and can 1'iirnisli high grade, a l l sixes concrete b u i l d i n g blocks. Consolidated Goal Supply Company I ' l l . M H ) 1700. Try Our Want Ad*.

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