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'ii OUiN ) V ilji-iili, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 193U. Thousand Churches Closed Rt. Rev. Aurelius Sickle By Soviet Since Christmas \ Fourth Abbott of St. Yin* » ! In Its "Godless" Movement r.y I ' r n t r v j l'n MOSCOW. u r o w t h of K m e n t was l'i-'iKNJ:: L Y O N S S t u f f (.'.u-rc; p » i » H M i i . K e l t . US. ..... The- r n n l d ib-via's "God l r - j " move- M i i p l n i s i / . m ] !;diiy in Hie r s t . i i r i a t e o f a n o n i c u i l I h o t IIUTP t h a n I .nOd r h u r c l - r s t i a v o been clr,;;*d in t h e r f n v i r t . I ' n i ' M i - ^ i i t c p r h r l . - ' f m i i s . coin|Sirri (o I'm- ^.dlifl i clljjious i n s t i t u l i o t i - , t h a i , w e n t u i ! o r e x i h l i N i c e i n t h o li;vt HI y e a r s i ' t h o s.oviei r e p u b l i c . T'i« s t o v r n m e n f a l d r i v e a sal list i r i i : n y of t h e s e fiiist H u t i o i i : ; is KtMier- ,illy j u s t i f U M by t h e a u t h o r i l ir-s '.m t h e g r o u n d s t h M t h e c h u r c h leaders have conducted c . o u i i t e r - r p v o l i i i l o n a r y movn- mcnti-i, and - h a t *ome of t h e m are hot- li.vla of s e d i t i o n . Tin; fam nis Sprspiev M o n a s t e r y . r i o a r Moscow. IK now an a n t i - r e l i g i o u s ttuitiPiini. and i n i ' i i l e n t a l l y its p r e s e n t '.·UHUwlliiiw, acc.UKBd by the i»r*ris of m i s u s e of tl'.eir powers, arc now uiuk'r p o v f r p i i r i i n n t . i n v e s t i g a t i o n . M . Fedin, C o m m u n i s t , d i r e c t o r nf t h y m u s e u m , is fcru««xl o ' s r i u a n d e r i n j i m i m e u m t'undi?. o!' " I w i n f ; " I'sirnotis r e l i c s , i i n d nf i n d u l p i n p in excessive «.! r i n k I n g a m i "I her vice*. I t i s f u r t h e r said i h i i i - o m o o ; t h e r-acred relic.:. i f i c l u d i n s bones of CPT- \',\\n s a i n t s , are «o dinplaycd as to i n - sjilre r^Hgiour-i Coo I i n s i n j - t e a i l of " a m u s e m e n t " i n tlcis. I ' c i i f - i i n l r i li,jon.;!y in f r o n t For s e v e r a l yi K - t c r y \viis a t l i g o v e r n m e n t , - i i t s c l i m a x I X in disr.kiU'd t h a t a aristocrat- u n i t - yev iui I H a r m i n I h e m u s e u m f o l l o w e d disco vi "a ne.sl o!' i n f o r n a g a i n s t c o m m i t ! ' Serjjeicv were a W h o a t h e a flout, ( h e head o C o m m u n i s t , M. ; was such t h a t it. m R I I I to I ho go wn.s forced o u t . Under /.clinch s h r i n e s and oh: w i t h C o i n m u n i r i i " C h u r c h of "Shrine of t h n I p a r a d o x i c a l e \ p i A t t h e t i m e m o v a l . IIP WIH the I'rp~i-oel he, t hat of ( I r n p r a l t u r n o f a n o t h e r lo t h e feature-:-; ended by the a u t h o r ! - ' ft'.Mi crj-;s t h e m s e l v e s ! of t h e r e l i c s . I ·irs I h e S c r g e t v o M o n i r u in t i n 1 s i d e el I he ! t i l l l a l ion I h i i l r e a c h e d i at):'- ,'i.so, w h e n i l \\ nn la!''_'- K i ' o n ; i n f f o r m e r | i i K I hem Count U l M t V - · .'on D e r v i r i h e l d po.-.l.:- 1 ; N u m e r o u s a r r i i - l ' ' - I ;·· of '.vlxit W;IK t e r m e d ' pt'w." 'I'ori'or'.ol ic a c t w ; i r i t s ill th"' l o w t l of : t i ' i b n t e . d to the noblo*. [ t c i c - r i i l s were d r i v e n ; t h n niucieuni wii'i a i l i i i f h e n k o . whose /.eal | i - e s u l l e d In ombitrra.'";- | t ' l ' i i i n e n t , a m i In* too t ipt'ls were vciyinii'd , phrase-;, s u c i i an t h e j tin' I n t i M ' n a t i o n a l e , " t l e v o l u t i o n . " a n d o t h e r os.sionri. | f I h w d i r e c t o r ' s n- in d "f Si. ( J o o r K t ' ^ i ' l i ! Uudp-nii.v. and i h c p i c - j ; a i n t was - g i v i n g \\ a f I ' l e s W e n l . K a l i n i n . CHICAGO'S SHIP SEEMS FINALLY NEARING PORT $74,000,001) » '*'» x -\ tifipafrion Sales to Hclieve CITIZENS BODY TO THE RESCUE Ry MERTON T. A K K H S I ' n i l e d I-'r-j.ss Staff Correspondeat C H I C A G O . Feb. I S . -- A f t e r m o n t h s fin a storm" f i n a n c i a l sea. C'butago'.s s h i p is believed about .to come in. freighted wl'.h $74.000.000 to t i d e l o t a l povernmont.' o v e r u n t i l . I n l y I . I n t-erihs ( f finance, r e l i e f i;; e x p e c t ed from sab of tax a n t i c i p a t i o n w a r - r a n t s lo ba:ik:5, business tlrni-s. railroads and p u b l i c utilities. It w o u l d bo an e-m-erteriey loan, com p a r a b l e to tiie fund;* ra.Lsed by Libert;. l.oui: driven d u r i n g th* World War. The p l a n , evolved y e s t e r d a y at a mooting of ' - I v i c leaders w i t h M e l v i n A. T r a y l o r , i i r w i d t n t of the First Nat i o n a l K u n K . p r o b a b l y w i l l b o a n n o u n c e d in i.etail t o d a y . It r e p r e s e n t s tho (fforl.M of T r a y l o r and Silas II. ritruwn, hoa-:i of t b o citiv.ens' "veseue c o m m i t t e e , " Lewis K. .Myern? school Mii.stoe, Kob'-rl. I 1 '. C a r r and Krne.st K. ( I r n h a m . A c o n f e r e n c e of r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s of i l l y , " c o u n t y , n a n i t a r y d i - - t r i c t a n d school p o v e n i H i c n t r t W H S h a s t i l y c a l U . d by S t r a w n . t'ho call was a n s w e r e d by alt the local g-ovcvurnents a n d they w-re r e p r e s e n t e d in a j o i n t conference, for t\K first, time in two months. Kaeh g o v e r n m e n t listed Its m i n i m u m r e q u i r e m e n t : f o r u n p a i d a n d p e n d i n g salaries a r i d bills and the total wa.s $7-1.000,000.. The city's a n n o u n c e d r e q u i r e m e n t was $^ij.000.t0i.i; the c o u n t y ' s S10.GUU.- »(.'(; t h a i of he school Ixiard $28,000.- MUO a n d t h a i f o r t h e s a n i t a r y d i s t r i c t .$! 0.000,000. So o-ptimH tie. did prospctt of iu- m c d i a t o ci;.ih appear t h a t t h e c o u n t y ll.-iiled I t s p l i i n oi p a y i n g employes in scrip, "ill. le-'ist for a. day or so," as Assistant. ( ' C ' l i n t y C o n t r o l l e r Micluiel ,1. O'Connor e x p l a i n e d F o l l o w i n g t h o c o n f e r e n c e , t h e y t r a w n comr-iitlC!.' l.su-oil a s t a t e m e n t i n w h i c h it w a ^ said : "Some f u r l her d e t a i l s were r e q u e s t - cl by tho c o D i s n i l t e K a n d u r « promUicd t o Ix; r o r t h c c n t i i i K at once. I m m e d i a t e l y upon r e c e i p t o f t h e i n f o r m a t i o n d, tin committee, r e a l i z i n g ..the of tho .situation, w i l l use UH bt'Ht effort.s to rteu w h a t can be done to r e l i e \ e c o n d i t i o n s -promptly." No strings w i l l be altacheil lo tho money, it win stated, and no i i t l e m p l ·.vill lx math to dictate how it ia U be spent. * Tho $7'1,OtM,i)On w o u l d leave l i t t l e for other purioKes uftt-r t h v more t h a n .t:!,imo w o r k e r s in the v a r i o u s departments vvero p.lid the sa'.aritsa that huvo been delifl'ien'.. In KOIIIO oases for Ke-v^n \vw:-k.s and a.'ter pressing bills, bond p r i n c i p a l a n d iiHere:'t were mot. Sources of the loan counted upon i n c l u d e t h e B u i l d i n g Managers' A H H O - eiivt'.on, w h i c h has ple.dKe.d $10,000,000; the railroads, expected to buy ?10,000.000 w o r t h of the a n t i c i p a t i o n war- r a n t s ; t h e p u b l i c utilities, c o u n t e d o n foe a liko amount., and i n d u s t r i e s and l e - t u i l e s t a b l i t l i m e n t s . Til',- s t r a w i i coin nitttr.- has iKJeri ."itriviiiK to t i l i n g tho local KOVCVII- i i i e i u n i n t o ac :ord on such a p l a n Cor. w e c U s but u n t i l yesterday no basis of operation s vtisf-jic.tory to all parties could b« rcac ted. Previous offers of aid from Hie Strav.-n group i-.iontioned a $2.turn.000 »t lerge-ncy r e l i e f t'tiiu! but n i a t t e r s h a v e become so c r i t l e n l t h a i s;u-h a m o u n t would scarcely meet a i h i r d of ncce.ssitio:-. P. W, Va. Ready To Start Work on New Extension PITT.SBI;R;, C o i i H t r i i c t i o n ('· t r a i l i n g , coiH're! on the e x t c n s i o \Ve.-t V i r g i n h i K ( reek lo a c o n n i 1 S o i t t l i f r n at .lla 1 pa.ny also has ! in!;, concrete a; i-iuiroad's t'onuf Baird e.xteii-sk'ii IntiT.stjite t'oni lu.-il l-'ri'lay. This o x t t i i K i o n of t h e (,'onaellHv t h e s t e e l m a n u r o u n d Moni!.HH(M !?lve llu* di.stri( (''«ntnll.sviMt an ! la ml to I ho At.ln the Xortliweat. v V i r g i n i a to (!oct the W h e e l i n g it Work on the imm?']laUly. .^ai engineer of t i l a IH.' six r n i ) p s In w o r k w i l l re-cm i maU'ly iMHi.OOo \ ! w i l l lit; thvc'i.' st j t u n i u ' l 1 ,i(w fiei i t h e c f : n c t v r y a ' I d u e of tho viiui ; h i j i h and ~M (a ! t\vo*wi!l \K- alum -'"eb. is. The V a n g i n p u u y w i l l d o t h e 1 ami m a s o n r y w o r k of I ho r'ilt.'-burs Ac t i l r o a d from I M d s c o n !iori w i t h i h e D o u o r a ·d. The V a n s Come c o n t r i t e ! for K i ' i i d l m a s o n r y o n t h e ; s \ i ! l e e x t e n s i o n . T h e v;i:- [ i i i t h o r i z o d by thn iu v i i:t Commission, w ) f i " h w i i l lie n p a r t lie e x t e n s i o n w i l l t a p il'acl n r i n g d i s t r i c t s , a n d Donora. I t w i l l a i H H h f - r route via I no \Ve,stf I'D M a r y - itic KIMI board, inui to a I ' i t l s b i i r p West r n u s .Mill. l',i., aiul Lake K r i o . ·xt-cnsioit is to s t a r t H. H. Temple, chief road. T h e l i n e w i l l iK and the c r a d l n s ro m o v i n g a p p r o x i i r i i s n f n a r l h . T h e r e el \ i i n l u c t s , and one \ni\p. n i n u i n i ; u n d e r M o n o n t r a h e l u C i t y . f Is w i l l be ll." fret l o n z a n d t h o o t h e r So ir el h i j j h a n d a pr e r I o n s each. Snake Bite' ! Name I W I N D S O R . N I l i l t e t o w n s h i p li;. i I Francis D. Wins ! story t e l l e r , saiil I ceived Its name i | n e r : i Y j a r s ago, in ; | S n a k e B i l e t o w m | One day, BUR i m e m b e r of t h e · j k i n g s n a k e w r i p ! grass. lie euiig! s t a r t e d to put H of the soldiers re* I H r a x e m o r e t l a i harmless and !iv its head off for a soldier produced t more bit off th That section I Snaki; B i l u t o w m Gives to Township ('.. Feb. I S -- S n a k e i one of the niout Her I if) county. Judge on. widely k n o w n t h e township re- i Ihe f o l l o w i n g man- field now a part ot hip, members of tho t o d r i l l , tmore Baxernore. a r n p a n y , saw a lar,'e ; l i i K t h r o u g h the I I lie s n a k e and n hi* i.-oinradi.'fi. O n e entc'l the act. ned the ,jnak' wu; lured he w o u l d b i l e q u a r t til' brandy. A lie brandy and U«i:e~ rtitakeVi head. u« been k n o w n as · iiip ever since. A m o n g ihe ·',.nie:-.j s of t h e l a l i H-l. Kev. A u n ' i i u s Stcl-K 1 , A r c h i i b b o t of Saint V ' h i . ' c n f , i athcrod at tha 1 i n s t i t u t i o n today . . ,ja.' t h e i r l a n t t r i b u t e of rosiH'ct. to the honored head of i i a i n t V h u e n t , w-or« m a n y who re- c a l l e d t h a t lie was the- f o u r t h in t h o l i n e of abbots who have served sincn (ho a p p o i n t m e n t , of the l a l o lit. Rev. Uotiifaco \\'imriK-r, the f i r s t abbot, on S e p t e m b e r 17. isns. (kick iii ihe V'OO's Hi-v. Theodora l i r u i i w o r s bought, a trad of l a n d , 314 acr-s in a l l , l o c a t e d one mil-? we#t of Lat -ohc. The f a r m was K n o w n at t h a t tini-i' as "Spun.iinrin's H a l l . " On hi. 1 ! d e a . h b e d he deeded I ho proiXTly to [ t h e Catholic p r i f s t t h a t s h o u l d f o l l o w h i m w i ( h t h e p r o v i s i o n t ! i u ! each sne- I'ooillns priest s h o u l d i n h e r i t ilie prop- e r t j . The Hi.-v. Bonifuo W i m r u c r . O. S. H., sm-i'cedo.d. tlirt- U e v . M i c h a r i ('!al Either a n d on F e b r u a r y 15, IS-IS. Disl op O'Connor o£ I'll tinii'g, B U V O thi' i.iroiHM'fy to Father H o n i f a c e w i t h the u n d e r s t a n d i n g t h a t :\ monastery was to he e s t a b l i s h e d and each n u c - reeiiins; s u p e r i o r s h o u l d bo k n o w n as pa;-::or of t h e parish. A Papal docri't' of J u l y . I S I S , ; i u thu: iiwd t h e e s t a b l i s h m e n t of a mo;i- rt.su ry and on September !!!, I S J S , the cornerstone of the f i r s t b u i l d i n g was laid and bh?.-scd. The c o l l s r.;e opened in S e p t e m b e r , 1S5!I imri on November i:W, IN.".!, tho Seh'ihi.uicnte o p e n ed. On A n p i t h t L'-l, ISfiS, I'ope Pins IX i-ai.sr-d ihe m o n a s t e r y to an A b b o y a m ! ina'lo t h e H c \ . H n n i u i i n r \Vnnnn s v, (I. ^ . H.. the f i r s t a b b o t . T i e I I I . I t o v . l i i i n i f i i c ' 1 W i m n t e r , O . K. 1!., I he ( i r . i t a b b o t , l a t e r ralso-d to t h e d i g n i t y o f A r c h a b b o l b y H i s H o i i UPS:-. Pupe LPO X I I I , wa.s l»orn ;i! Tha n u i s s i i i B . H a v a r h i , on J a n u a r y 14, t s u i ' . O n J u l y :il. i s r i l , he w a s on;ai;i- ed la t h e priest.liixirt and ho made hi.s aolivnn p r o f e s s i o n on Uet-envber LM'i, ISli:;. On t h e I S t b of October, l.S-»ii, Father I!onil'a:e \Virnin-r and four theolor.icitl .vtuden's, w i t h 3 1 laynUMi. a r r l / e d a t w h u l I s now S I . V i n c e n t . The ' hail com'-' f r o m t h k Abbey of M e u e n , U a v a r i a . I n 1S55, on tje.pttnu bt-r 17, F a t h e r U o u i f a c e - w a n created A b b o t for U - r e e y e a r s by the Holy See it nil on September I . 1SJ8, he was c a n i u i l c a i l y !e ted for hree more years. J u l y :7. "18«'i. Fath' r flonlface wan appo'.nte.l ,-VbbMt. and ruescs or the C o n g r e u t l o n for life-. Abbot H in i face a.' si.;tt-il ; can C o u n c i l in D-ec-imber .' on Docem!er "!l, 1SS:' ho the G o l d e n A n i v o r s a r y of hi protr-s.sion. On th-^ ofcas t the Vali. ISO!), and celebrated ; itcliglous on of h!s .Jubile-e ho receivoil the C.'appu i Maiuia and v/as rai i o - l to ; of A r c h i i h b o t by Pope I A r c h u b b o t U o n l f a c i - .':ied i i con! DeccnilKM- .'·. i ^ T S a n d : In St. V i n c o r r Cenir le:-y. I "!"nn JU'v. A n d r e w I l i n t e v . j H., was choti-n iis t!,o :· i i Archa-bbot n n n i i ' u c e A.bbt '. was h o r n in S--!ioi b r i i n n , ; Mu rj, IS'M His slmpb' ; w.-is made on J u l y 11, I-** ! K O l o t n n prole: s U . u 0 1 J u l y ! wa« ortlaiin'-l t n ti j 12, ISB7. A f t e r :i sli-iTJ relv il'our year. 1 -, A r c h i r i b o t f A i v f j u i c d beciuife of I I '.iea!t: : at St. V i n c e n ' Keiid in'Der 7 i was b u r l e d a'.ons-,ii. e his I '. in the St. V i r . c c i i r f enieter ; Th*' Kev. f , ' ? a n d « ' r rf-;linei J \\a-i elocted 11 t h e f'fll ; e of Arehabbot | w l i o n th« I!!. Rev. /.udre-w - t l n l e n a c h , | O. H. H., rM ; .sn»d. K a t h - : L e i i n d e r | \v;,.- born i i t 'Jo'iini- r-dor*". H a i i e n , on j September -'-'. ISH'i. Hi- m a d e h H j sole-run pn.Session on J a n u ry ii,. 1^. r i7 and \vn.s OT i.laln«'il S^p. ?!«!) r -0. ISIitt, I I " w a s eleri.r-d Abbot on .In y 15, f-flL", i i t i d wiis cor-. II riiio-d I y !lu I : il Ken 011 A i i n u s t S, r.::: and Me:i-K-! n O r t o b c r .", IK92. He !'(.--e:vi'i t h e (":'-· p:« MaRtia f n i n I'lipw ; ' i n s X. A r c h a bol l./c-an- «!er died .S-e:it.e.ro-l»r '\, lii'.'ii. Tiio llev. A u r e l i u . S t e h l * O. S. B., way e l e c t e d C o a d j u t jr Abb- ' on J u n e 25, 1!IS. was (.'.onfii'iiK'!! b Honif on J u l y ', 1.S13. and bles-ed t i October I!1IS. i.'pon I h f tie.utli of A r c h x i t I yr.-i nd or C o u d i t n o r - A bot A u r o l l t i v i wan raii-e..l lo the i l l g n l i · of A r c h abbot on S^rtembe · ' ; . '·* y - A r c h - ;;bhi)t Anre.'lu ' iHed K e b r n a i ' 12, 1!K'U, tho fourth An h a b b o . of St. /lucent. he ,co X I I I . t St. V i n - i-aa buried .ch. O. S. :i'C.»sor to A n d r e w Hadon. on p r o f o s s i o n 1 am! his I , I-.SG-!. He prl'. : -:-! toad A p r i l i of a b o u t .drew TC. He died 5!t^7. and O. S. U.. t - Well-Known People Patrons of Mozart Club Musical Comedy an»l Mrs. E d w a r d Baer. Dr and Mra. Thottiffij K. Frujucia, Dr a n d Mrs. W i l l i a m J. D a l l o ) , Dr. and .M a, F. H. Harri^-oii. Mn-: I l a r r . / Het/e . Mr. and Mrs. C h a r l e s I Dr. and Mr*. K N o m o n . C. M. 1- Dicker son Run IN, Fob. IS ·-- The w l m i n i n g clafises ot 'out. Saturday aft.er- tdalc. Y B w i m m i u g wero in cluirge of K e n n e t h Slater arid n !·". Da-vies of the 7. A. F. of U. U., nd f n j o y a h l o p a r t y at. Dawson Friday t)"i v o t i n g roprceen- nieu's organi/.ntion, ;iorl. lo«t e v e n i n g · day here in con- )i(.'f;r.s of the organi- oiU Sunday H u n k e r a t l-.forne- S. CONNELLSYILLE , FIREMiiN WILL PICK ' UNIFORMS TONIGHT The S o u t h ' o u n c l l s v i l i i ' V d l u n t t ' t ' i ' ! F i r e i H - p a i t i n t u t w i l l meet i h i s t"'r-i n i n i ; at t h e l n - i i d c j u n r t o r s l'«ir t i n ' i ' f ; u - ' In r i n o n t h l v ^i ; sion, Tho nutiMM- of uiut'onus w i l t In: hioti'-'lil to i l l , - - i i t M ' U l i o t ) of i ho v r i l n n - j t o n - ; ;,-nd i t i . l i k r l y t h a t .1 p . i i t i ' i ' l i n u d i - l - i i - « 111 !"· s r l r r l ' . ' i l . *«JV9 ni/'.iev- -roaJ tlie afia. toilay. DICKKRSO.N H Boys' and G i r l s ' ; tho Y. M. C. A. « ; noon at (he Hci pool. The clath-c, Physical U i r e c t o r Secretary B e n j a m Dk:kc-i;«on R u n Y. I/iynl Lodge ; held a pleasant · in the lodge roon night. UH n n r f l s i s p i H ' f l t r b e r t W i l d i n g tntivf: of tlt(! shoj returned to Ciluss a f t e r u p e u d i u K t l i ferenc-e- w i t h local n a t i o n . Henry H u n k e r h his h rot her. Frod stead. Mr. and Mrs. (i li'noppiu.i; in t ' o n n e Mi«. IIKI W a l l ; Miris Kloroncc reti nt Utirtois. Pa., at week-end h u r e t h e Kuiw^oit A r o n h l a l)usiiu'.v t c a l l e r .Mrs. (loori;*' !,»· n t ' l l s v l l l c .-.lionpcr .Mri-i. ( ) l i v ( V V i n j r i I'ud v i s i l i i i » - h e r n T o l n b l i n \ v l i o is co lit N o w K c i ; j - : i l l K t o i .Molhi'r. Halu ItlY in i'ln. t.'-AMl!HII.)(.;l-:. M IKS., f.-e'li. lS.--M.-s. I ' r s u l . i Sdanluis , nd her ( U n ^ h u - i - , A l l i e s , s i y , arc do;- I, and f o u r o i h r r s . i i i u : l n d u i s ; : ' c c : i n i i d a u g h t e r . 1 G. who !.· n e t f.-.vii"c ! rd i" I h ' p . wi.-re i u j u v o d l;i:·'. n i ^ i i r i v h r n (. -p M-A-CJI! ;i i h r e r - :s'i.iry i i D a r i i n c n i h ru 1.!. J'. C i i i l o , ^ iss Ap.nea lihof'ca. Mi ;. Kditar Chir-lf-4 Ni non, Mr. W i l l i a m s ar I W i l l i a m orKf Fjiiekry wore I . s v i l l e last oveninjf, i:e and d . i u g l i t o r , rnpl to t h o i r Jionn; lev spemlins I ho of BiR'iiu V i s t a -·rt;)il wai-i ti (.'on - j last e v e n i n g . ! v e i.;pcnl t i l e wt't 'i; -! o t h e r . Mrs. J o h n i i i l i n e d lo her home j w i t h i Td:ii«ht at' the His-ih School A u d i - t o r i u m m e m b e r s of tin' c,«l «( " W h y Not'." w i l l b(i Pitt t h r o u g h th( «tago rehoart-xil of the time-In I ruuskal t'onu-tly w\\U:h » l« !» iircsciUwt at t h e H i g h School tomorrow n n d j T h u r s d a y n l g h t s ' - u m l c r th^ nuapicos o t ' j t h e Mo/art C l u b a n d t h o d i r e c t i o n o f j K. K. Koetcnbafier, the producer. Jjist n i g h l . at tho 131 to Hall tho members of t h - j caet'and those In the numerous j choniHew and specially n u m b e r s perform, xl in a m a n n e r that indicates tho production w i l l be n great BUCCOW;. All counted' there are 215.per«on6 in tho production; e m b r a c i n g - s i n k i n g and kincing choruses. There 'will be ahnoMt a dozen-dancing choruse», w i t h j from a h a l f dozen U SO p-ensons in them A ehiUlren'i-s ensemble w i l l be a very entertaining f e a t u r e . There are numerous specialty soTip-! and '(Jftiict*. Not to be forgotten in the cast in. the a p o a t l n g part of the play in w h i c h are somo of the best t a l e n t that could bo secured in thn city. PwKonct who a t t e n d the, rihow tomorrow 'night or Thursday tilRlit are assured oC niiuiy tlmco I h o valuo in cnter'.alnmcnt ot t h i s .small .sum charged. Tlu uiusical fiometly is tho f i r s t of n u m e r o u s p u b l i c e n t e r t a i n m e n t s t h o Mozart CUib Uae spon«»r-ud over a period of years for w h i c h ( b o r e I* a c h a r g e . Time and a g a i n the. c l u b has a p p e a r e d and all tlu l i n a i i c i . j l r e w a r d It ever received wai» Uio 1'roe-wlll off e r In v. Tho iihow l l u i t w i l l 1)o presented t o m o r r u w iiiid T h t i r i M l a y n i g h t s wsi.j a r r u i i K e d to )iiu. tin.' c l u b "on. t h e map." so Ui H j K i i i k . I'c-ople not o n l y from ( ' u m i H l b v i l l e b u t o t h e r i o w n t i arc n u m b e r e d a m o n s j t h e I'iitroiivi and ixitroii(!.s.s( H, a llfcl of w h i c h is a p p e n d e d : ( i r o t i t D u l l , J o h n K . Dubvion, M r . and .Vr*. K. O. t . ' l a l i a u g h , Mis-o Phoebe D u n n , J a m e s A. Vee-ch, M i n n Louixi} Veech. Mr, uiwl Mrs. C. Koy Hety.el, Krneti! Viiiwcoy, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. D. He-It/,, M r s . A n n a l i e i i R e l , .VI r. a n d Mrs. ( i l f i i n A. t ' n - d w a l l i i d i ' i ' , Mr. «uul .Vlrfi, \V. 1!, H o l l e r . M r s . .1. R. A l i i r l c t l a . Mrn. C. 1-1. Stoujffr. Paid LI. \V;ia.uaw. Air. Mre.Ncl- n m u e l B. eorj?e K. ;c (,'uneo, an, Mre. :. Keffor, ittul Mrs. and Mrs. \V. I j t i n c a n of D u i b ; i r . Airs, W . J l . C l i n g c . - m a n , llrown. Mist- T;\erc«a Clln^ei n a n , Mis« Kobt'cc-a C l i n g e r t n a n «ind Ml: -- Carolyn. Mr. and Mtv. J. K. A n « l o son Moore, Mr. and M r s . f JDeMorrfill, M r . :ind Mrs. Maker, Mr. anrl Mn«. Lawri-i Mr. and Mrri. DnuRlas K. I c l l v a i n e , Mr. siixl Mrr. .Don nUU-r, Ft xl Jioher, Dr. (ind M r s . K»lworl F. F uGerald,, Mr. and Mrs. I l e - n r y Oppi JanK'.s 1'elpli, Mre. M o r l i e i Mre. (tobort C u t i n l n s ' h a m , Mr Willis Mellon, Mr. ami b rn. Hail Flwhbttch, Dr. and Mi's. L. I: lie Johneon, Dr. O. S. Forren, Dr. :ind Mrs. Karl C. Sh-errlck, .Dr. and R rs, Clyde K. Campbell, Dr. and Mrs Don D. Brooks. Dr. F r a u d s , J . K i n g Mr. and Mrs, Charles D. .Haliny, Mr. and Mre. Lewis Scolnlck, (lev. and M '»· K- H. Stevens, J. It. A r n o l d , Mr. nxl Mrn. A. A. Clftrko, Mr. a n l M r - . A. M. HfiincH, Mr. and Alrap J«^. C. R I n e r , Mr, and Mra. ti. T. Cnnniii)?haiTi Mr. and .Mrs. J. V. S h a r t / n r , Mr. an. Mrs. A. 13. K u r t z , Mr. and Mi*. .lot n Davis, Mr. ami Mrs. Cluirles Carooi . Jr., Mr. and Mrn. Jx)uis IleUi-1, Mr. ; nd AV V S. Hebanna, Mr. and Mm. .1. M. Jllworlh, Mr. and Mrs. ( I r a n i M y e r , Edgar. S w a r U w e l d e r , M i s s j - M a r g a r o t Milefl, C. K. MeKeesnu, Mitss Badie H. e Hawk, L. O. S t i l l w a s o n . J r . , Miss Dorothy D u l l on. Mr. and Airs. L a w r e n c e (.; alley, (ilenr, iiu«h, iMrri. Howard M. rkle, Dr. J. L. J u n k , Mr. and Mr,;. ]:, U Weinier, Mrs, A l i c e Strattoii, M r . i i n d li. Sinsson, 'Dr. and Mr:i. }.l. I Dr. aiul Mm. J . V. O ' l i u n o v i i u Mrs. L. \V. C a r j i e n i o r . Mr Kiiarson, Mr. and Mrs. C h u r ! Mr. a n d Mi'-i. Meyer A : i r o n , Mrs. F. C. lliivis, Mr. and Mi D n r t e , Mr. and Mrs. W. II. M -Bllilncy, Mr. and Mrs. \V, IS. - A udersoi , Joriepii Cuui;o, Miss Helen I t u i l e y , Mr. and Mm. ,1. J. B r a d y , Mr. imd ^ rs. J. T. S o u t h , Mr. a n d ' M r s . II. K. W l l h o l m , Mr-s. (.feorgin K a m e r r r . Mr. mil Mrs. Ceoi'se K. l!uvman, Mr. n id Mrs. U r o v e r C. Sir nn-. Mr. i t n d M r ? W I M i H i n Mra. "W. Ml nerd, M r . a n d . J e n n i e j VV'tdhe, Mr. and :. D a n i e l THE I M i o n c SSf. D o p d n d a h l c f o r Q u a l i t y a n d Vsihic, I'hoiifl 8JJO. Spririg's New FROCK FA Prints--Dimities--Piques In Decidedly Smart Models Tho wonderful selection of clever new models arc popular, y o u t h f u l and smart in the new trend of f a s h i o n . Bount i f u l designs and color combinations with t r i m m i n g s t h a t . developps the i n d i v i d u a l i t y of the frock. A variety of models with short and long sleeves, a.nd others a^e the sleeveless models. Each frock is well made, g u a r a n t e e d fast color, mid very attractive, for all occasions. TronUrum's--Second Floor. Girls' New V/ash Frocks $ 2 . 9 5 u u Gfiy and Spring-like Prin.is -- Dimities -- Piques For Mothers who wants something new and d i f f e r e n t for the l i t t l e Tots and the Girls', we suggest that you give these dresses your immediate attention. The dresses are well-made and of the newest materials, with, quality and style--outstanding.. We have them in a variety of models w i t h smart designs arid color combinations. Troutmnn's--Second Floor. An Enjoyable and Profitable Evening Stamped Scarfs 58c Cleverly Designed S t u n n i n g designed centers on art. cloth for pmhroidnry. A beautiful decorative piece for the home. Children's Aprons 98c Already Made-up Stamped on unbleached muslin and ready for y o u r personal touch. Sizes 4 to 10 years. Voile Pillow Tops 58c Smart for the Modern Home. Made-up and shirred pillow tops in colors of rotie, green and pink. Stamped Lunch Sets $1.25 3(5 Inch Cloth, 4 TVupkins Fashioned of crisp bleached linen. Stamped for simple colorful embroidery. 36 inch cloth. Troutmnn's--Second Door--Front. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J/. T. Sh«rwooJ. Mr. ami Mrs. H a r r y G u l l a l i n , Mr. and Mrs. Harry D u l l , Mr. a n d Mix. Ira D. Y o u n k i n , Mr. and MTP. Lemmon Hyatt, Mr. anil Mrs. S. N. 0«burn, Mr. and Mre. 0. K. l i c r w i c k , Mrs. H. George May, Mr. and Mm. U, F. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Sarmifil Oniy, Mr. and Mrs. J o h n D u r l i l n , Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Crowlny, Mr. and Mr.s. R S, Opper- nian, Mr. and Mre. Max llackoff, Mrs. Cethe-rtne Bishop, Mr. and Mr«. C. V. Snador, Kenneth Snader, Miss Mildred Suader, Dr. and Mrs. JL. P. McCormick, MifiB Monica Atltins, Maud Shank, Mrs. V. Hugh Alulae, Mrs. lieo Skemp, Miss Klotao Hater, Mr. and Mrti. HOSB W. Showman, Mr. and Mrs. Ouorge Annstrong, Miiwi Hetty Horron, Mrs. P, F. Jon«e, Paul Lucius, Mrs. Julia CoeHell, Mr. and. Mrs. .ISarl Tjuciu«, Mies Mary Hemtninger, Misa Madelyn. McNulty, bawrcnce We-aver, Mrs. Elfiley, Mra. 0-. A. Smith, Mrs. C. 11. Welsbergcr, Paul Brickmarf. ' Mr. and anl Mrs. H. C. JTrtebee, Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald Porter, Mr. anl Mrs. J. L. Kurtz, Mr. anl Mre. Fred Kush, Mr. and Mrs. Charlea C. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Kvane, Mr. and Mrs. Frotl Frisbcc, Mr. and Mre. Charles Work, Dr. Katherine Wakefield, Byron Weighty, Miss M i n n i o Murray, Mre. William Herzberg, Mre. Ora Englelca, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Kaagy, Grant Clarke, Charles DeMuth, Mr. and Mrs, .1. O.. Ilorton, Mr. ami Mrs. S. D. Opp-enheim, Dr. and Mra. OaUildo Corrado, Mr. and Mre. Frank PasKalaaua, Mr. and Miw. A. 'I. Daniels, Mr. urul Mrs. Rudolph' Ooktetone, Dr. and Mra. .Louis Shrallow. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. S h o w m a n , Mrs. M«y Il-ogg, Mr. and Mrs. G. Fred Kien i a n , Mr. and Mrs. ,). II. Coiislienour, Mm. AV. H. Showman. Mr. ami Mrs. David If. Flick, K d w a r d C'rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Whi|koy, Mr. and Mrs. B. Ji. Sinhli, Mr. ami Mrs. C. C. U a l l H g h e r , Mr. and Mrs. Hert. ,1. Hooper, l-'i'- "'id Mrs. J. Harold D u l l , C. Herbert Ellis, Ain-:. Cleorge L. O w e r y «nd Mrs. .1. B. Ouvls. FTso CInMsHied Ads. Th-ey linn-g r-esults. PoXuxuixa thnon ·aitit, aJ varilaa. Engineer Favors Breakneck Route On State System According to u. rcpor received from C. 1:1. WenUel of (3rer nsburff, assistant township ousineer, Stale High- w a j Department, he has traveled over the Breakneck-Clinton Melcroft road and said that ho won d approve the project for inclusion on the State highway system. Thia report was pr Denied Saturday evening a( the n eoCirig of the Connellsville - Breaku H-,k - Melcrott Good Roada Assooiatioi at the Breakneck school w h i c h w e s attended by about '10 persons. Very favorable repo: Is were received from members vho attended thr» conference with t l i o road committee of the Conntslli'.vlllc Board (f Trade arid it was said hat ( h a r e w i l l be a hearty cooperation from Ihe business men of. ConueHsville and the Melcroft district. Homer Swink and K. L. Buttermorc were appointed by 'Pr--!sldeiit S. A. Harshman as membern of a standing committee on roads. James Walker gave a brief a c c o u n t of his experience- in ..riving lo l u o meeting. He said that it was s-.oyes- tary for him to back up ( h e h i l l ;,bout livo breakers to cillov, a wagon, to pass. Another n i e u t i n g w i l be h t ' j i i on . S a i u r d a y e v e n i n g , Ma.-:i h 1. j T« Pi-escrvt! 0. Henry Ihniic. i A U S T I N , Texas, KVb. is-- C). H e n r y ' s ' home here w i l l !«· in;s - r v e d . Sidney ' Porter (0. H u u r . v ) hati ! \ \ o resUlence:-; ! w h i l e In A u s t i n . One w:is in tho H a r - | rail home f a c i n g the Uc vern-ov'H n i a n Kion. Tho o t h e r wa« a l i t t l e c o t t a g e where he moved i\fj.er lii.s midiiighl. m a r r i a g e to A t h o l K. -(«·.-. Hernmu Beckpr. owner, a f f o r c i i h e house f o r p r e s e r v a t i o n i f it ran DI.. rooiovrd. City u t f i r i i i l H w i l l t'urnii.-li ,i |i.irli t-it.c. CANS! $ 300 i ; I f You Need Money for Any; Emergency SEE US Fayette jj Loam Company ? Title Trust Bldg., 2 5th Floor. Connellsville, Pa.? Telephone 2-14 - 806 i Bonded lo tho Slate. J FOR SALE U. C. FU1CK COKK COjSUMMI PJROPERTX iVxenteut Houses Home Sites Factory Sites Farm Lands Used Machinery, SJiop Tools, iiuUdiug and Mine Supplies Much »t ihe property tor sale !· advunirtgeouBly located with ro- jiiec't 10 water EM.'.'! t»:r.-siric powvr supplies, railroad aidiuaa uuU pay- ed roatla. i'''or f u l l luCoruiallou In regard to prices and terma, upply lo Siiper- intttuantu ot ueareal ftliue or 1 Si;ott- Jule Ottice. H. C. Frich Coke Company, Seottdale, I'eona, Uaa URT ad Bfliiiemcilts. lor Bargains t Read tho advorUficzucata Daily Courier.

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