The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 19, 1930 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 19, 1930
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, FEBRUARY 19, 1030. ' DAtl/T COOKiTBK, , PA. PAGE SEVEN. P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N * t. Mr ,inc Mrs. H O P h i l l i p s , ol M n t l i streK w e i c a l l p t l lo P h i l l i n p i . \V Vu TursdrfV »l a c o u n t of the ^ r i i o u s 111- no?s ot M i I ' h i l h p fcistn, M i s iinan " t a m e r Don't loigM t l i o b.iktd Ham supper i! the- 1 irat I ' t c M b v t i ri.iu C h u n h , Thursihn KtMmuiM JO d l \ e n l)j T .1 llooiK-i l t i b l t ( I t - T i c k e t s 7.1 tents - \ U \ o r t i M H t v e n t -- I 1 f e b - 2 t Vlrs F Van«.cov was .1 \ N l t o r to Pitt.sburp yostorda; Bran . uppn al T n m t \ Rotormcd ('hurrli. Thnrsd.ix l-'cbruaiy 27 Hours 5 to h i' M -- A d v e r t i s e m e n t -- t c h 19, 21,26. John i,;ul.e, sou ot Mi and Mrs Hunon l a c k e j . Sr , ol V m o u t o w u , and a brothei of John b a t k o j o£ t h i - c i t s , is r i e c n e r l n K satisfactorily HI St Mary's Hospital, Detroit, M i c h , whero ht luist b » c n a patient tor more than a m o n t h f{ r obbenation and t r e a t m e n t 1' ,). r i'orinav of H i t t c r t s t attended t h e (uncial MM vice Tor M-artlu Upagan, Si , bold Tuesday morning In St. John's Cithollc C h u r c h ot U n l o n t o w n MKs, I r e n e .JajiuM, a junloi m the H m h School, who had boon ill at her home la South N i n t h street. Greenwood, resumed her itudies, on Monday Rov. and Mis. W i l l i a m Hamilton of Lifibenri'ig No. 2 \vere guests ot friends m Unlontowu jesteidy Mr«. W. B. Johnson o£ Welleisburg, PH , an 1 Mra William NaToney of M a a o n t o ^ n wero guests ot Mrs, John Morrusoi of Katt \Vubluugtou a v e n u e yestcrUav Mlhs Mcl'ai tlatid, manager of the adlos' «cacl}-to-wrar department ot Roso-nbaum s store In Union- t o w n , a r r i v e d homo Tuesday from New Yoi k, w h e r e Hhc assisted In buv- inar Hpn-ii* ind summer merchandise for the t o i e H. T W i l l i a m s of Warren, Ohio, Who \\di called here b the death of his d a u g h t e r . M i s William Thomas, l o t u i n e x home today M i s Williams · w i l l here until S a t u t d a v w i t h her son in-law and daughter. Mi and AIis M. J. Cummlngs M i s S M D e l l u f t of Race street "was a I n t s b u r K \ u s i t o r todav Mts iCmnia Eibeck, who has been seriously ill at her home at Poptoir Giove, ts riorkd to be b h g h t l y improved Mis John C u n y of l u i o n t o \ \ n is s p e n d i n g tliu sseek in PHtshiug vShe %vas cal ta ,here b the illuebs ot her nephew Kthxard McTIugh o£ New York C'tty, w h o la a p.ilinl in tho Homeoj'utlnc HobptUl, w h e r e ho und e r w e n i an o p e t a t i o n six montlia ago. Mr* K A Mi Hugh ot New Yoik City is also at her tin's bedside .1. D IJoll/, biipeilnteu'leiit of tho C o n n e l l s v l H o Division of the 1U1U- irore S Onhi Kalhoiul, a t t o n d e l "Balt i m o i o i: Ohio .N'igM," la^st night at .Fairmont, \\" \'a Chdr^eo Hots, H a l t l m o i e Ohio t i a l n d spatcln»r, is ill at Ida homo in C i a w t ' o r d ave/nuo, West bide A h a J B. Kern of .Vewrnyor avenuo *Dunt the dav in 1'itUburg, \I!t..s Lclia Kinge-j, Miss J u n t - flohn.s, "M r-i \\ ,iiu.a Iloltiid, Mi -n Charl«!i Kau- dc 1 ,iu'l d u u g h t t M , Gloria, oE this p l a i e , lUoudtd a b i r t h d a y dinuer ^Ivcu MiiHlai HI the homo of M i s Jliolcl s b i o t U e i , bio 1 d i-'c'hcuhta ot M u n l Aunt Het *?V H tHICUT ' f'otisi ] tizid used to sa his wife didn't have na.i fa'ilt e,rept she would cuss when she swallowed a lit lo tobacco juice " Wise Mother TEN DEAD AND 50 INJURED IN JERSEY STANDARD OIL BLAST U L n i t e d ELIZAJBE't H, N J , Fob. 19 --Ten men are dea i and 60 injured, nine of thorn n-ear death, lav in throe local hoepltaJe tcx'ay, victims of a series of Naptha ga« nul alcohol explosions wh}ch t u r n e i the Bay way refinery of the Stand«r Oil Company of New Jersey nca. here into a veritable Inferno. Many )L' t 1 e i n j u i e d arc blinded for life Othim arc fciiared almost beyond reoog Ution Throughout the night police repeatedly blocked attempts of vi omen and children to .storm th* h jspital in tJu- frantic desire to he a the b«!sids of their injured. Tho dead unhide. William Duffy, Bayonne, W i l l i a m Crot.*., Union City; William P a t - y , Eltzabeth, Doinlnlck Bctnonm 1 11/abeth; Howard Holll- d a v , Eli/at) ih George RoJertson, Hose-llo und Clarence Croft of Raj- onne The fiivt 'f thi» three explosions oc- cui i ed late ebteiday as the night shift wa» taking its place. All ot the daytime n u i l c m -n had not yet l«rl the re- Bnci'y Th first bhifit ocourrtxl In the alcohol f x j iMim^nt building Before those that -\ eve able to (ould get out, the othei t w o exploeionf occurred. Tlie j building v, , turned Into a fuinace ot j b l a z i n g b l u r (lame which enveloped the stunned w o kmen. STANDARD GIRL DIES AT HOSPITAL ^p c..U 'o Tlic C u u r ' t r . MOUN'T PLEASANT, Feb. 19--Catherine 1 ttscla, 13 yeaw old, daughter of Mi an 1 M i s A n d r e w Fascia, died at tho Mr morial Iloopital this morning. tt'he bo! was taken to tho undoi taking Toomfe of J, VV. Keichman ami will bo Tc-mo\(d this afterrtoon to the homo at Iloiiuo Ui at Standard. The .hiUl hul been under treatment tiJnce December 8 for heart disease. JAMES H. CULLER DEAD AT 87 YEARS Special to Tho Courier. SCOTTDALB, Feb. 19.--Jamcfl H. Cullet 8? years old, died last evening «t his home in Mulberry street Frank .f. Erbeck Dead. K i a i k J Krbeck, husband of Alberta Kairllrld Brbeok ot Hora^stead, ISed 1 uesday night He was a brother- in-law of Mrn C. W. Brbeek oE Poplar drove Mr. and Mrs Fred H Allen of Topld · Grove, tho latter a niece of 3Vh I'rbeck, will attend the funeral bervirs Thursday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at the family home. Home on Vacation. Arli » G Pullin, a student at Drexel CoUega, Philadelphia, is now home with liia grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. I'UlJiu of Bridgenoit. Get poisons out of system, . . . Doctors know that this modern scientific laxative works efficiently in smaller doses because you chew it. Safe and mild for old and young. Feenamint I OR CONSTJPATION PERSON/iL WORKERS RESUME CANVASS ' l'i\vaisl of 75 workeie in t h e personal Man, oll«ui campaign of the cliuichee o tho city gatheml at the ChiiBtlau C mrch last night and, after a cotifer«j co with tho ministers started out on resumption of tho drive tor membei a. Next vve* c'e nw^tiag will bt at the Prcfobyterid i Church. YOUNG WIFE DIES VERY SUDDENLY Mrs Cla enon Hare, about IS year 1 old, died M ddftily thin morning: at hoi home .it (.. rimes Mine, ivear Normal viJie, prosi'inaWy Irom a heart attach Death o current vvhilo a physlciai was on hi way to the home. Kiwanians Accord Dr. 3uckner Warm Greeting Today The iay pai to reunion t) listen to a ington, R«v. I)r ·onsburg, a was prcse more to ri wt'lcomo I, Much of 1 reminiscer associatioi dent ot C Biifflciont t very thou tions on, t First Pres hcarere ot him as th tions oi li ant ing of tho Klwanis Club to- k more of tho nature of J, an a eeriotifc gathering to i adtlres* on George Wash- i Ooorge \V Buckner of Can- fo r rner member at the clu1, it to fcerve ai speaker but ceivo a hearty and coidijl / the members of the club. te aelgrctia wafe dovoted lo ces relating to hiH former a ee a Kijvaniun and resi- ninnellsville. He reserved ime, however, to give some htful and timely obssrvi.- c life and character of tue dent and to remind h;a thefr obligatione to take ir exurnple in all the rela- e, an husband, statesman, piur-iot. Large Audiences Attend Revival At E^avistowin bargo i evungohbt h v ld each tow n Kva Bdgg^tt O ing the s mau.\. The tie (list tlmo u nva! H [t Ifc llO the !»pt ill row da aro attending tire c nitxtings which are being evening at the new Davii- igelicai C?hurch. Rev. G. 3. Syracuse, N. Y., is conduct- rviocb which art* attra/ctii g f thurcli was used for the S u n d a ) evening when the is s t a l l e d ieil to uedyLato Uie e-difno n At tho Hospital. Walter Rcshenberg of Dunbar, Htl- en lioma iko of Trottoi and Waiter baugluav of South Pittaburf? dtreot, umlorv.ei tonail operations tbls mommy at t i e Connollsv-illo State Hospital \ MttoAMMnMiravi^^ LE ·ebruary Here are E d v a i d and Raymond husky young sons o£ Mrs K H. Carman, D43S IrvuiK St , Philadelphia Their mother's exneriehce shows what i an be done lo k^ep c h i l d r e n robust ·3ho says "ainri I f o u n d out how ?otxt California Fig S y r u p is, I have tept some in the h Hf-r U always lelpa my bojs T i;ivc it fot upsets or When your child's b r e a t h is bad, ongue is touted! or ho is headachy, bilious, feverish w i t l i o u t appetite or energy, give him a Hltlo Cnlifornia Fig Syrui) See how its gentle cleansing helps a child, \ppetite, digestion and assimilation imptovo. Stomach and bowels aro toned and stiengthend. The genuine always boars tho word California. So look for that when buy- Ing. Seven million bottles used a year proves its merit! -- Advertisement CROSS-EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES DENIED WASHINGTON Feb. 10--Tho privilege ot cr988-examining witnesses at the House Judiciary Committee's prohibition hearing were denied to drys today in a ruling by Keprosentativo Graham, Republican, Pennsylvania, avowedly a wet, chairman ot th« preponderantly dry committee. Graham made the r u l i n g in response to the request of Attorney General W. H. Smith of Kansas that he be allowed to rross-oxsmine Walter Liggett, inaga7lne wrifer who testified before- the commltti e last ~we«k that Kansas K a "wide open" slate. A N D BQIilHMiii Mfltwrrf'Pin" i1~* f iJrnfrlnHl t£ lrr*r*"' '""'"' '··"·^»»*»^^^^j^^^,-^" ____ .^ «· ^^*^ ^*^% \ USE ROMAN CANDLES TO DRIVE OUT BIRDS IlARfUSUURO, Fob U Uomibard inent by loman candles ma be tried in an effort to d r h e flocks of Euro- peart starling'* w h l i h roost nightly, from th-e eav-os and roof of the stato buildings on Capitol Hill here This method has boen un«ii fnlly to rid tho courthouse at castoi from a similar nuisance Lan- MUSICAL COMEDY THIS EVENING Tho flrbt presontsvHon of "\Vh Not 1 '" musical com«dy sponsored h tho Mozart Club, will ht pre-entcd tor the flrst lime at 8.30 o clock at tho High School A feCfond portormnnce will bo g n c n Thursday oar "want" a^ivertisemont- "Crippled Up" With Lame Sore Muscles? Overnight Relief If You Pat On An Alicock Porotu Plaster Whether those sore muscles havecomefromover-strain or from a cold settling in the ligaments there is nothing; that will ease the pain and quickly banish all that "achy" feeling like an AHoocfc Porous Plaster. Just cut the plaster to the shape and size required and apply wherever there Is pain or norenew. You'll be amazed it te tpeedy relief it fives. AHcacJC'c Porous Plasters are the origin*! of all porous plasters and since 184* they have beta used by millions. They are fine, too, for lame bac ki, aching joints, lumMco, chest colds --in fact any place where p*in and tQreiwM txltis Only costs quarter--Uttle enough for the wonddfl.lly quick lelief they bring. Odorleta --you can put it on and go any place without embarrassment. Be turf to OAK for Allcock's POROUS PLASTERS SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLA Y 4 Small Deposit Will Hold Open Evenings Your Purchase for By Appointment Future Delivery Call 376. Juut a few of the many awaiting YOU! ns , i 1 1 I ! i I ; ! i ( 1 i f . Axntinater Rugs, Regular $: 9.50--Now .. $31.50 t , Seamless Axrninstcr Hugs, ^OC f\(\ , Regular $ ft.00--Now 9xl£ f . Pine Axminster Hugs, Regular $. r 5.00--Now $45.00 : i : II i 9x12 j ,, Extra Axminster Rugs, Regular '$" 6.00-- Now ___________ ............... f ' x l S f t Superior Quality Axminister Rirg.% Reg ilar $fi'J.5(-- Now .......... One spjcial group Wilton Velvet Rugs, Regular $110--Now . ._ 9x12 Royal Wilton Rugs, Regular $1 LO.OO--Now . .. 9x12 Wilton Velvet Rugs, heavily fringed, Regular $125.00--Now Servian Bigelow Hartford Rugs, Regular ?3 15.00--Now ... Royal-^a-Shan Wilton Velvet Rugs, Regtlar $155 00.--Now $69.50 $89.50 $129.50 New Carp jting $1.39 Per fard Printed Floor Covering Square Yard 75c Felt Base Rugs Siz Oxl'2 $7.95 Rag Carpet Yard Wide 90c Home Rimishers ADOFf RULES F)R S CHOO, CARRIERS HARRISBTJUCJ, Fol tor transportation co « i f l insuro gweier co to (.h« children who i Hchoolri in Pcnnsylva adopted hv t h j Ktai i.ttton Tho school aw^ pro portation m«y IH ma veyancce, privtvta x rotwh!, and othr comr A l l vebiLlea must co motor codo. Tho new ht inilardt eontiact, ( conveyanc driver {(ualiflcailoiiH, ! ation covorlnr echoi procaiitlons, and wa j ,'iiclter provisions. veyancee which ufort and safoty e transported to i)a have ben Council of Bfiu- that trans- 3 hy ijOhool con- avey^nces, rail- ion fconveyanccs. nply with tho inc]ud« form of rtxiuiremcrats, a«th(xls of oper- ule and safety ting stations or Birth Anne unccd. ' Mr and Mr.«. Hay '/hlpkcy oC Belle Grove ^anuounOl th birth of their fifth son SurKlay, Jfe rruary 16, For Representative of the Second Legislative District Joseph EL Henderson Subject to the decision of the Republican Primaries, May 20th. i Your vote and influence will be apprecjalecl. Special Sale and Display Of the Famous February 20, 21 and 22 A beautiful set of Never Stain Steel Cutlery or a set, of Vollrath Enamelware in pink pearl or apple green will be given. Absolutely Free lo anyone purchasing a Monarch Range during this sale. Priced From $100.00 Up Convenient Terms Loucks Hardware Co. Cowncllsville, l j u. SoSKINMYAshdmedih BathinqSuit.Oairted I5lbs, oanda jniln S* to 15 lb i . I with MnIronUed Yeast. ektocl»«» I like matfc. M«nrw,, ooastlpaHon vaa^h OTftuKht. Ovt Ironlxea Yeast l»bl«ta from draggtet tel*r- Why Not Serve the Best?" Sold by All Independent Grocers GOOD TEETH A1UR WEl'ESSAKV FOR GOOI HEALTH PLATES - BRIDGEWORK AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Hours 1 to 8 No Appointments TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT 1'AIBi us 'lianr Whon Other Work Is Wonts EASY PAYMENTS DR. MALLAS HI lie:., Phone TRI CI*ASSIFIEI» ADS. *ATKQHIZE MEBCJIAMl'S WHO 'ADTEKTISE IB THE COD UK*

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