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February 19, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1930. [THE DAIDT COUKIiCK, CJUiNlNWJjLrSVlTjljEJ, PA. JP-A.GE THREE. EX-FIRE CHIEF AT SCOTTDALE IS GIVEN GOLD WATCH Testimonial fnv Walter Haines Prom Fire Department jV»d Scouts. CONGRATULATIONS ACCOMPANY GIFT The Day's News At Dawson Special to The Courier. StOTTDAMC, Fob. X9.-- Former 3-'irn Chief Walter Iluinefi last evening was tfivei « .surprise by tho memberi- o£ thf firo department and Troop 5, Boy Sooutts of Auierii-u, sponsored by the (lop; rtfflent. M ·. If {lines w«.a presented w i t h a [ goltJ watch, a gift from the two orpanl- j The- w a t c h h«is on tho back in thr munc \V;iHcr Ha nes.| tho chic-f'B emblem, anl the joarw irm-lO.tO. Inside the. lid i^ engraved. ' f're- senuxl by t h e i^iro Department and Troop ,". Boy S o u l K of America." . ! Mr. Htiinw, a f t e r serving 3.'I jears as chief, refusal to bo a candidata for re-olection this year. | T h e fire k'p«i tinont had 46 me:i out an'l tho Scout troop 20. Tho Scouts op'-red the met' i n ^ by pledging uH^g- lance to the Fl.iR. taking the .Scout ·cuih ami i-,inj;inK '·America." The regular r o u t i n e ot buisines-, was ^·ai through M'lth, until it came to "t;ie good of tl o order," and at this point former BurgeH Walter L. St hatter, who }uu IKOI a rneml-er of tS: 3 fire department for SS vcars. t;i'ked on serv ce and presentee, the watch to Mr. 1 laities. Other talkti M-^ro given by Burgess C. F. IvowiH, \ \ . S. Cainlln. Health Gcorg« I/ockard, Keeto Davis, W. Hine«, Pay Ullls, A l b e r t K. K u r t z , \V. E. Stonor, J o h n Snwden. O-iarlet-, M i l l e r . Koy White, .loseph Paole, Hoy Baker, S. K. Brown. I. H. Murray, Chief Howard L. Becgl«, J. R. Piokerhoff, I t r r y Ixx^tzlilc-r, t'dward Logan, Gratta Kdwards, Isaac Rollln- s-an, Bonjamin Clarksoii, Albert Reynolds *ind Scculnwifct'M 1 K. J. McKeo, vho talked in behalf of the troop. Closing, the troop 1«1 tho singinK of 1 God Iki W i f i You Till We Meet Again." Juniors to Attend Service. Tho Junior Order o£ United American Mechanics wjll be gut«ts at the Christian Church next Sunday eve- ·ilrtg, at whi h time the pastor. Rev. John C. Crov/e, -will preach a epocial sermon. Tenth Wedding Annirersfijry. Mr. and ir.s. John J. firmer ty of Walnut avenuo celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary Monday evening. Dinner was .served, after wbich six tables of hri-igo were celled into play. l'rize« were awarded Mrs. Ke-gina Clark nrul Michael Petonic. Out ot town gneeta were Mr. and Mr^. Frank Spi-clal to Tho Courier. nAWSON, Keh. 19 --Misses K a t h r y n a n d Bessie K a t h r y n C o l l i n s were P i t t s b u r g callers on Monday. Tho m o n t h l y meeting of t h » Dr. llcll Blolc Class of the Presbyterian C h u r c h w i l l be held this evening at the c h u r r h . Mrs. Howard Lohm of PiUsburg has returned home from a few days' visit here with her mother, ,Mrs. J. M. Sny- dei\ C. K. ShailenbergDr, who had been in New York City a week in the Interest of tho B. ot R. T., returned home Monday, Charles Harper, an employe at tho Kaufman nstore- in PittbburK, spent Sunday here with his family. Mrs. C. V. Downing and daughter, Marjorie, who ba,I been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Beers of North Dawsoiv r e t u r n e d to their homo at AIcKeea Roc'ss on Monday. Mrs. .Kriiest "VVingrove, who harl boon visiting at the home of her parents at New Kensington, has returned to her home at East Liberty. A. K. Goodwin waa a Wttsburp business caller on Monday. The Dawson schools w i l l present : very p r e t t y play on Friday night a tho Social Auditorium of tho Metho dist Church. Tho proceeds will g" toward the purchase ot a. now plan" for the school. It is hoped that a larg crowd will attend as the pupils hav ·· worked hard to make this a success. Mrs. Beeson Joseph is reported o v the- sick list at her home Su Stautfrr street. Isaac Keffer of Lower Tyrone tow; ship was in town on Tuesday. Ho n ports tho roads in t h a t section o£ ti c township in very bad condition, a most impassable. The Willing Workers Class off t) e Bryan Methodist Church will hold i s monthly meeting at tho home of Mi s. W. P. Seitter on Wednesday. Dr. K. Stanley Jones' new bock, "The Christ of Jflvery Road," will e the basis of study at tho weekly pny- er meeting at the Methodist C h u r j h tonight. MOUNT PLEASANT HIGH SCHOOL WILL HAVE TRACK TEAM Will Bo Under Dim-lion of L. Yeagcr, Assistant Football Coach. 1Y. WORKOUTS TO BE STARTED SOON Save money--read tho ads. today. Victor Radios Monthly Payments GEO. W. CARROLL Pisula of Iatrobo and Mr. and R rs. John Buggan ot CounellBville. Snnday School Board. The Sunday School Board of 'he Methodist Eptewpal Church will } old Its regular meeting at tho home of I.. V. Smith in Grove street, Thurs lay evening. Mlsslonury Meeting. Tho Indies' Missionary Societ\ of the Baptist Church will hold its r° gu- lar meeting at the church on Th ire- day evening. Mrs. rowo flost*!8. Mrs. John C. Crowe, will be hot-tep« to the Missionary Society of the Christian Church at b/er home in 'Val- I nut avenue on Thursday evening | Other News. Craig McCloy of Bmltnton vi- ited over the week-end with A. L,. IV cln- tyre. Mr, and Mrs. P. E. Swart aw -Ider have returned to their hom« at . ean- nette after a visit with Mr. and Mre. Oeorge W. Gordon. George Hotter of Mulberry e roet, who underwent an operation a Memorial Hospital, returned t i homo. Rev. A. S. ixsnhart, pastor of T -Inity Reformed. Church, read a mo«t .nter- Sppc-ial to The Courier. MOUNT P f j K A K A N T , Teb. 19.--Announcement w«it iniido today that for the first t i m e iu years, M o u n t Pleasant HiRh School is to have ;i track loam. W. ]j. YcaKcr, assistant football coach, will have charge. Mr, Yeagcr said that thcrr 1 a r c m a n y eaididates and that just O.K HOO rias t h e first favorable weather c-onipf, w o r k o u t s w i l l be begun. Development w i l l he made along tho lines ot r u n n i n g and broad jumps, javelin, discxis, r.hot put and relay r u n n i n g , w i t h jossibly pole vaulting. (Jnests ul Dinner. Members of the United Brethren Sunday School Orchestra were guests oC Mr. and Mrs. AbraDi S t o u t at a chicken and b i s c u i t ( i n n e r at th United Brethren C h u r c h last evening. Orray Zuck. director, and Thomas Lewis, t e a c h e t , svere j;uests ot the orchestra, Firemen Bnv Itadlo. The volunteer lire department lant eveniat; purchased a radio for the firemen's rooms. A moMon was made to change the a n n u a l memorial sermon from Sunday lifter loon, March 2, to the evening of that day. The service w i l l bo held ut t h e Reformed Church, the c h u r c h of which the department chivplain, Kev. Paul T. SUmesifer, is pastor. Boy Scouts Piirudo. Tho Boy Scouts held a parade over town, last evening led by Troop (i drum corps, a c q u a i n t us the public w i t h the fact t h a t they are doingr thoir part in tho $5,000 ciri.-p for the floy Scouts. Olher ^Xcivs. "William West, a former resident of West Washington street, now m a k i n g his home at Dayton, Ohio, visited f;T a Ct-w days with frierds here. Miss Lucille Hall, R. N., o£ FMttsburs visited w i t h friends ;!tro for a f e w days. Dinners n u m b e r i n g 202 wore served at tho L'nited Bretluen Church last evenlae. The proceeds win be applied tu tho tower f u n d of the church, Mothers.. .Watcla Children's COLDS C OMMON head colds often "settle" in throat ami chest where they may become d a n g e r o u s . Don't take a chance -- at the first sniffle tub ort Children's Mustaroleoncc every hour for five hours. Children's Musterole is just pood old Musterolc, you have known so long, m milder form. Working like the trained masseur, thi» famous blend of oil of mustard, camphor, menthol and other ingredients brings relict naturally. It penetrates and stimulates blood circulation, helps to draw out infection and pain. Keep full strength Mustcrole on hand, for adults and the milder -- Children's Musterolc for little tots. All druggists. MILD the his esting paper on the Reformed Church history at the mini) teriuiu m/otitif; hold at the Y. M. C. A. on Monday afternoon. Monu Ruth Coffman, who underwent «. throat, operation ft the Memorial Hospital, lias been .iblo to tie taken to her homo, Chesli.ut street, Scottdale'. The Women's Missionary Society of Triuity Hefornietl C h u r c h will mwt on Thursday evening at the homo ot MTB. Frank "Wise in lxucks avenue. Mrs. Nettie Yotior, who bad her arm fracUirod ami had the fracture reduced at the Memorial Hospital at Mount Pleasant, hai returned 1o her home. The Y. M. C. A. hoe s«t Saturday, March I, a« the Oatt for a return vieil to Washington, I'a., Y. M. C. A. Th* date had (M*n set for last Saturday but was postponed on account of inclement "w-eather. SUPERIOR COURT DECIDES CAR FROM RIGHT HAS RIGHTS I J A R I U S B U U a . Fob. 19---An anto- raobilD appi-ouuhins from the ripht, ind not the OIK* which first arrives f i t he intersection, has prior r i g h t o f ' way acro«e, tho Pennsylvania Vfotor 1 Federation announced. Thin intorpro- .ntlon of tho imicJi-dtepuled r i p h t of- w a y provisions of the Slate Motor Lkidf is based on i decision banded lawn recently by Judge William II. Keller in Superior Court, who held that: 'Tlu' car approaching f r o m t'io left only has the r i g h t of way w h e n it arrives at, the inlcrwi'UoTi M far in oxl- vatieo of the car 071 ite ripiu th.it n icfwoiiably p r u d ' i n t man vrml] IK jus'ifled in lolieriiiK thiU ho rouk clear tlio intersection of the paths o" the two vehicles boi'oro tho oilier caj- arriv-exl thoro. "Under Iho Ponneylvania hvw th» vehicle to the right, u n d e r ordma,r:* circumivtnnces, h;w the rishf of way, ' said H. Edward Gable, pntiMe.nl ot thi Peieration, '^ut th« peculiar ·wording of thi« prorieion of thf motor rolo glv«a riao to numerous oonfliotln? opinions and interpretation!). Judge Keller's decision, however, Rp^ms to sottJo this qneetioi) fjuite detmitely " Mr. Gablo pointeii out that Section 1013, Sub-soction A, o£ the motor cods, provides that "when two vehicles approach or enter an irrtcr*ection U aj- proxlmatoly the same tinto, fiio lirivcr of the vehiclo on the left slii.vll yield the rlftht of wny to th-e vehicle oa Ui« right," exceptions, snob a;i txraael-tG speed and other law vtolatk»v, ot ooureo, being taken into con;d'jerati* B. "That phrase, 'at a p p r o x i m a t e l y t n e flam© titno' has brought aloul K r « a t diversity of opinion." ho said, ' - C A P P I N G A Firestone Factory Method "To Keep Down the Upkeep on Your Tires" Thousands of Tire Miles and Dollars a -e being thrown away in and about Connellsvilie by car owners who discard tires because the tread rubber is. worn off. We are fully equipped to eliminate this waste at a small cost. Bring your worn tires to us for re-capping. We will re-new the life of an' make of tire, restoring four-fiftas the original mileage at one-half new tire cost as follows: BALLOON TIRES 29x4.50 $5.00 30x4.50 5.00 2Sx4.75 5.25 29x4.75...... 5.50 30x4.75 ,,... $5.75 29x5.00 5.75 30x5.00 5.75 3:1x5.00 6.00 28x5.25 $6.25 30x5.25 6.50 31x5.25 $(..75 29x5.50 ._ 7.00 30x5.50 _ 7.10 30x6.00 ,,,...,,. 7.50 31x6.00 _ 7.75 32x6.00 3.00 33x6.00 _ 8.25 30x6.50 9.25 31x6.50 9.50 32x6.50 9.75 High Pressure 31x4 $ 6.00 32x4 6.50 32x4i/2 - 8.50 33x4 J / 2 -.... 9.00 30x5TT._ 12.00 32x6TT 18.00 All Re-capping Work Fully Guaranteed Firestone Service Stores, Inc. Coimellsville, Pa, H. C. "Zeke" Haddock, Mgr. 122 Wes t Apple St. Phone 21. FREE ROAD SERVICE Complete at Genuine Reductions SALE ^·^·ps^RflW^ Complete Hocie Furnishers Since 1B91 w h i l t o g r slln; · Judge Keller's decision takes no zancc of that, it eiearB up the Uon." i You a n d , I ri«.u Confluence NFl.L'RNCK, Peh. 19--Airs. J. C. ikln w o n t to PilteburR yesterday was accompanied home hy her ;hter, Mrs, L. J. Ramsey of New Philadelphia, Ohio, who had bc«n in a hospital in l^ittsburs taking treatment for several weelcs. Mns. Ram«ey will remain here with her parents, Mr. end Mrs. J. C. Younkin until her h«alth improves. Daniel Smith, a patient at the Frantz Hospital, is on the road to recovery following: a tnejor operation. Mrs. A. G. Boughner was a shoppei and visitor in PillfibTJirg yesterday. Jacob Shultx, Df Rock wood was transacting bUhine'-« here y««terday. Mrs. J. B. Davis and daughter, Bertha, have returned to their homo at Somerset a f t e r a visit here and «it Ursina. Albert Smith has returned to h« work at Rockwool at'tc-r a. visit" lierc with his family. TWO BIG Special Offeis AT THE Connellsvilie Drug Co West Crawford Ave., C'onnellsvHle, I'a. 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