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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- AdS to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; So charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, Cc cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. - Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Personals MEN OLD AT 40! -- Get pep. New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invlgorators and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value .$1.00. Special price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST--Man's vest, Saturday morning, between Trump and Lincoln Avenues. Reward. Call 1846. LOST--Pair eye glasses on South Side. Phone 1340-J. LOST--Black Scottie, male. Reward. Phone 348; Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 SEE THIS S P E C I A L FOR TODAY I 1937 CHEVROLET DELUXE COUPE-WITH BEAUTIFUL G R E E N DUCO FINISH, VEKY GOOD TIRES. ONE OWNER CAR WITH ONLY 14000 MILES. EQUIPPED WITH RADIO AND HEATER. GUARANTEED IN WRITING. DOWN PAYMENT S150. BALANCE IN 15 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF 524.88 FIRE, THEFT AND COLLISION INSURANCE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PAYMENTS! . G. M. A. C ' The Easiest Toirns Available. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE. 127 W. APPLE STREET. PHONE 105. Open Evenings I Open Sundays! OF: W H I L E T H E Y L A S T I YOUR CHOICE 1 SIX (6) 1034 FOHD V-8 DELUXE 4-DOOR SEDANS. EVERYONE IN THE VERY BEST OF CONDITION. ALL HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY INSPECTED AND HAVE THE NEW INSPECTION TAGS ON THEM. HURRY . . . COXE IN TODAY AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECO VERLKCS PHONE 9645 322 SO PITTSBL'IIG ST. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D GARDNER. MGR. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R. Laughlin--INSURANCE See me for rates. 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. Financial Need Money 4«-B NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you S300 or tess on your signature. Peisonal Finance Company Phone 34. Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 FOR SALE--Female canaries. 50c each Phone 1706. 1008 Vine SUrct. Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOR SAIjE--Two pair pigs, ten -weeks old. J. L. Williams, Country Club Road. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOB MOVING . PHONE 50. DULL'S TBANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern' Storage For Household Goods. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer. 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phono 183 Printing, Engraving, Binding 37 LET US GIVE YOU AH E S T I M A T E ON YOITR PRINTING WORK I Hand HJllsl--Binding!--Calling Cards! Bill Heads'--Letter Headsl For ( Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cards! No Trespassing Slfino For Salei All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates) COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING-- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A. A. Clarke. PH G. Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg Strcgt. Phone 10*. Employment Help Wanted--Female Merchandise Buildings. Building Materials 53 IF YOU ARE--Patching that .small break In the kitchen wall, or plastering every ·wall in the house, we can furnish your needs Stone Work. Phone 1700. PRICE, EACH S195 The Best Or Terms. Arranged To Please You I WEST SIDE MOIOR COMPANY. YOUR FORD DEALER. W. CRAWFORD 2nd ST. PHONE 401. Open Evenings! Open Sundaysl USED CAHS1 SEE OUR SELECTION 1 E. E VAN SCOY, INC., 250 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 143. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS~~ BENNETT MOTOR SALES 250 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. 321 SO. FITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. ALL THE BEST opportunities in Con- ncllsvlllc and vicinity are to be found in one place--The Classified Section. WANTED--Girl for Keneral houbcwork Three in family. 404 Eliza St. WHEN YOU HAVE something which you would like to sell just call. 12 or 13 for a Classified ad-taker Your ad on this page will surely catch the ej es of interested buyers. A FEW MINUTES spent in looking over the classified ads each day will save you many hours and dollars in getting just what you want. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to go about getting it. Phone 12 or 13. STEP FORWARD and say "Horc," whenever n classified opportunity seems to be calling specially for you AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away. Inquire about our yearly rate. EACH OF these ads brings together two people--advertiser and reader--for their mutual benefit and satisfaction. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10 n 33 37 38 3 21 SO IS 31 \6 13 36 20 27 ACROSS 1--Newt 21--Laborers 4--Dp', said of 23--Therefore wine 25--A bone 7--Corrode 26--Leavening; 10--Peevishly agent 11--Type of vase 29--Rounded pro 12-Seed of the 32 _FTM[ a0nfCet he 33-- Gnawed 31 -Hawaiian food 36-- Poem 37-- Trading vessel 38-- Before 39-- Family 40 -- Letter s 19--A rulei of 2S--Years be- Tunis tween thir- 22--Daughter of nmctecn Herodias 30--Nothing less 23--Disgrace than 27-- Charged 35-- Wnti water drinks fluid lctlcr sive report 1-1_ Armenian nver 16-- Since (Var,) 17-- Punish without trial 19-- Perform SO-- Man's nickname Answer to previous puzzle DOWX 1--Just S--Companion- 2--Covered with less fur 9--Prefigured 3--Occupant 15--A ladle 4--Total 16--Inflamed 5--Dash spots 6--Terrify IS---Belonging (.1--Descry to him L O B A T M BO P E E P D N I H Farm Equipment 55-A SHVKN INCUBATORS--For sale. Com- puclly from GO to GOO. A-l condition. Cheap to quick buer. N. W. Hcm- mmRer. R. D 2, Mt. PIcabant. Phone, Scottdalo, 4115-R-ll. 32 | BECOME A STYLIST--Extend · Custom- made dress and biitl service to the many women who need and desire it, a neu unique service; free personal training Intelligence, refinement only essentials Pay ddily on commission arrangement Write Box 10, care Courier WANTED--Girl for general housework Inquire 500 West Crawford Averue Phone 370. farm and Dairy Products 53 f ARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY 1 HERE'S HOW--You can find market, for your farm products, your farm implements, your dai"y products, your live stock and household goods by running a small Inexpensive ad in our Classified SecUon. Thi're you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation ot The Daily Courier covers large area and your advertisement will be read by many people who are Looking for Just the things you have Cor sale. NOTE, AH classified ads arc pay* able 11 advance You will find our ra tes in the above Classified Heading. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale TOR SALE! -- TOR SALE! SNYDER STREET--Tii eo room house with elccti ic, good condition, will sell for S250. A REAL BARGAIN--Located on the South Side. A modern home priced to sell at $.1,150. Inqui-e, PAUL G. WAGONCR 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE I4B. FOR SALE--Six room house with hath, near Hospital. $2,000. FIVE ROOM HOUSE--With bath, on paved street. $"50. ROBERT NORRIS. PHONE '505 FOR SALE--Six room house and six acres. Just outMcJo of City Limits. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BLDG. PHONE 1760 Auctions--Lega Is Auctioneers, Auction Sales Dl PUBLIC SALE Publ c sale will be held by Ira Miller a his place at L,nurcKilic, th-ce miles. East oC Mount P.casant, on Route 31, on Thursday, Febrvary lf, s-tarttnR at P M The offering v,ill include two colts, n pair of b.nck ho r .srs, five years old, a roan mare, three saddle liorbu nine good work, horbts and five cans. Legal Notices. EXECUTRIX'S NOTICK. ESTATE OF DAVID H. FLICK, LATE of the City of Conneltsville, Fayette County. Pennsylvania, Deceased. Letters testamentary in the above estate having been granted to the under signed, notice is hereby given to all per sons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the x-ndersighcd -with out delay, and all persons having clam or demand.* ngmnM sa-d estate are re quested to make knov-n the same. Mane J. Flick, 1122 Race St., Connells\illc, Pa , Executrix Fred H. Younkm, Attorney. I- Fucl, Peed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Run ot mine co.il, 100 bit.. 8c delivered, 50 bu , DC delivered 25 bu , I2c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037 Frank Koballa GENUINE-- Washington Run Coal. Low price Wn Dull Son Phone 107 or call Dawson. 32B1 and 3D31 Household Goods 59 FOR SALE--Apartment electric washer. studio couch, flat top rtc^ks, dressers, day bcdb. coal and nm, rar.fits and lots o£ other articles at barcam prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE 50 SEE MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IX FURNITURE AND STOVES. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE. 202D. COMBINATION--Gas and coal ran«c In very Rood condition, pi iced to "-ell. Paul Wagoner. 1009 Wi Cuuford. Phone 14B ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICC. ESTATE OF HENRY D. FOSTER, LATE of Fianklin Township, Faette Count j Pennsylvania, deceased Letters ol AdmmlsTnliim on the abov estate having been crt-ntcd to the under signed notice U hereb Kiven to nil per sons indebted to tne t,aid decedent make p a j r n c n t to the undersigned w i t h out delay and all rer-ms having claim or demand- apnlnsi raid est.'ito are re qucitcd to make krovm the same, GCQIRC R Foster, Administrator. Dickerson Run, Pa. Arthur A. B;ov-n, At torn ev lfcb-6t-uc. KXKCUTTllX'S NOTICK. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT letters testamentary on the estate o Allen Richter deceaspd. late of Snltllc! Township, Fayette County, Pa , have been granted lo the undersisncd, to uhorn a persons indebted to said e^Ule are r« quested to make fmnii.d!a!e payment an those h a \ i n g claims aqninit *anie, wil them know lljan-Ct-wed. without delay. Harriet Richter, Fxccutrix, R. D 1. NormalviUr*, Pa. Copyright, 1939, King Wanted--To Buy SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGS! THEN BRING THEM TO HIE COURIER OFFICE . . . ttTLJL, PAY YOU CN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING US . . AT 5C: PER POUND. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Second Moor apartment. Smutz Bu.ldlng, 715 Ciawford Avenue, West Side Houses for Rent FOR HNT--345 N. PIlisburR St. MX rooms, bath, central location. Inquire 3"J3 N. Pitttbuig St. Wanted--To Rent 81 WANTED--Small cottaye. furnished or unfurnished, outside crowded section, or furnished room in a house situated where doH pen can be eier't'ri Write Box 332, Somerset, Pa. I'.'csl Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate NEWS BEHI By PAULMALLON. CHAPTER FIFT"2 MAC CONTINUED his explanation of the murder. "I don't know when or where Horace evolved his murder scheme. We do know that he had been Btudying poisons, as witness the volume In the library. Evolve It he did, however--and the cleverest part of the whole business to me is the way In which he secured the stuff. Sending 1 his own wife after it!" I Interrupted: "How did he force her to buy the poison?" "He didn't force her, Elsie. Tou see, it was a usual arrangement, Horace sending bis wife for poi sons. The clerk at the drug store told us about that. Mrs. Horace was in the habit of making weekly jimmied the three driers and attached his poison in the tissue to the fourth one. The stage was set! The murder machine was in order!" 'And I" -- I stammered -- "I-- i threw the switch!" I You threw the switch, yes," Mac affirmed. "And then something else happened that worked to the murderer's advantage. You left the salon for half ar. hour!" I frowned: "I never did get the straight of that business. Why did Mr. Horace ask me to deny my absence?" "He wanted it to appear that his mother died in your presence. He was being cautioua. Of course he didn't think that her death would be pronounced other than normal; but he evidently thought far enough ahead to grasp that your absence, were it known, might ere- shopping trips to Coiumtas. What I *··. a question in the minds of the we/more natural than that Horaca ^cc-ta otter word. ta. fact that would request her to do his shopping for him? It was his habit to make a list of his laboratory needs, and for his wife to have these prescriptions filled for him in the city." ' 'How--how diabolical!" 1 exclaimed, horrified. "On, it probably started out innocently enough," Mac assured me. "Jt only ended badly. Well, BO much for the motive. Horace wanted money; he wanted Delia. He murdered his mother. And he murdered hia wife. He couldn't permit her to live; she knew too much. Besides, he wanted Delia at once, before Reginald should get her." "And so," he concluded, "we have the motive. We have the poison. That leaves the method.'* "Yea, what was the method?" Phil queried eagerly. Mac began: "Horace decided for obvious reasons to commit his crime on the night of the ball. To do this he must set the scene. He must Itnow to the minute when his mother would appear in the salon; and he must arrange to have her use a certain drier to dry her hair. Thus the midnight visit to the salon. He speak " was scouting, ao to I put in: "Then it was he who upset the chair?" "Yes. It took me hours of figuring to hit upon the reason for that excursion. "It wasn't until I glanced through the appointment book in the lobby that I aaw the light. He had to find out the exact time of his mother's appointment. He couldn't afford to murder the wrong party." "Where did he get the key?" I asked. Mac made a wry face. "It seems that the good Greely 'mislaid 1 her hcyfa and mysteriously found them again." "I'll be damned!" exclaimed Phil. "Why didn't she mention the fact?" Mac snorted. "Why didn't she mention a lot of facts? Greely may he an excellent housekeeper, but shc'Jl never make a detective! I she had opened her mouth concerning a number of things, we might have reached the truth, sooner. But I'll explain that later on. To continue with the method: Elsie played into the murderer's hant,s by dining downstairs the evening of the first murder. However, lassie, had you remained in your room," he turned to me, "Horace would have Inv enled some excuse to get you out of the way. So don't let that worry you! "During Elsie's absence Horace Mrs. Witherspoon died in your presence, before your very eyes, was testimony enough that she had met, with no foul play. You could swear that no one aside from your- seli* had touched the old lady. On the other hand, should your absence come to light, Horace could Insist that the old lady had been poisoned during your absence from the salon.' "I ace!" I said. "How hard he was! He came to watch his mother die!" "I suppose," Mac theorized; "that he was a little nervous in spite of his elaborate precautions He had to see for himself how his plans were working. He could noi know, of course, that his entrance was a signal for you to cut his victim's finger and so set, conclusively, the time of her death." j I drew a long" breath. "And Mrs. \ Horace?" j "Mrs. Horace had to be gotten rid of at once. She knew about the purchase of the cyanide. In case Mrs. Wjtherspoon'a death v/as questioned--well--Horace couldn't afford to take a chance on his wife putting two and two together. I rather believe she suspected him, anyway, of the arsenic poisoning, I mean, Budging from her actions." "But how," I wanted to know, "did he mean to explain her death? She wasn't in ill health." "We can't be certain about that, Elsie. I'm of the opinion he meant to suggest suicide. He had no reason to believe we would ever discover the adhesive and the tissues." "And it was he who suggested that she have a permanent?" "Yes. Daphne has admitted It, She was present at the time. Mrs. Horace, it seems, was aware of her husband's infatuation, for Delia Craig. In her way, she loved Horace; at any rate, she wanted to keep him badly enough to decide to go in for beauty treatments at her age. Horace admired Delia's hair; he remarked about its beauty in his wife's presence and suggested, quite casually, that a permanent wave might improve her own straggling hair. She made an appointment with you and told him of it." following her death. I have recently earned that our mutual friend and Helper, Mrs. Greely, carried it from ;he salon. She found it on the floor and put it into her apron pocket; ater she burned it in her room when it fell out of her clothes while she was undressing. I think Horace meant to destroy both tissues, but luck there was against him. When the drier hoods were lifted, the air tore them from their fastenings and blew them away. He did remove the adhesive, and he counted on the tissues having no meaning for anyone if they were found." I said weakly: "It's really very simple when you loiow, isn't it?" Mac grinned. "Daphne and Richard created a good many tangles.'* I recalled a forgotten perplexity* Why did Mr. Richard insist that his mother's death was murder? He must have known that the police in the house would complicate matters for himself." "I think he had a guilty conscience, Elsie. Perhaps, too, he had ideas of hLs own concerning his parents. Who knows? I'm quite certain that Horace insisted that it was not murder to protect Richard as much as himself. As soon as ha learned of the missing: emeralds ho had a hunch who had stolen, them, , He knew more about that young; man's affairs than Richard imagined." "Mac:" Phil said. "One thing worries me! How did yous.know about the telegram Richard sent to Becman?" Mac grinned wickedly. "Benson, my lad, if I could claim omniscient powers I would I However, my conscience forces me to admit that the gods who guide detectives stationed me in the hotel lobby the morning young Witherspoon came in to send his wire. Naturally, I didn't attach, any importance to the incident at the time. It was only later that I recalled how very nervous and upset the lad had been." I had a further question: "What about the electrician and the second phone call?" "Horace made the second call* Another oversight on Greely's part. She neglected to mention that she had reported the broken drier to her employer. Naturally, she didn't suspect him. And naturally he dJd not want the driers immediately repaired. He bad further use for them." "And it was he who hid the cyanide in the powder box?" "It must have been, Elsie." And "When you, Elsie, described Daphne's strange behavior at Ellis' question concerning the permanent, I immediately suspected the cause. Horace was the only person who could have made such a suggestion with the certainty that it would be carried out." I sighed. "Poor woman! What a life--and \\hat a death!" Mac continued: "I was baffled I lapsed into silence. The detective rose and stretched his long- arms. "Thus endeth the tale, children. No more rabbits. Tomorrow I go back to Chicago, where crime is open and aboveboard. Coming to town, Benson?" Phil gave me a long look. He shook his head. "Not now, Mac. I have a loose end or two to tie before I leave." Mac Mclntyre smiled broadly; his blue eyes twinkled. "Remember what I always told you, Elsie," h« said cryptically. "So long, redhead!" "So long 1 , Mac." The door closed behind him for the last time. I got up and went to the window. It Hid stopped raining. The moon 'sailed, a silver sickle, in the sky. I turned. Th» moon was in the room. It was in Phil's eyes'. I often think of that moon as I bustle around our Chicago apartment waiting for Phil to come home to dinner, (The End) Over 100 Men x Attend Baptist Church Dinner ITS A SHAME--Ti at you cannot imd a house for rent . . , but you ain't seen no tiling yet. Better buy now at present priceb. Terms! PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE Continued Erom Pane Four. You may recall Congress authorized j this additional $21^,000,000 Insi e,ir, promising to nn.ie the money by taxes later. Nothing has been done since. Faim IcgiJilEitoi:! arc buying themselves now vilh negotiations to appropriate n'. least ab much next year as was given u the farmers this year--and 300 millions mo^e if they can gel it. No nne seem!, to know or care particularly how the money is fiomg to be raised. Everyone except Agriculture Secretary W.iUace ih against processing tiixes, but no one --the President, Game.-, M o ' R c n t h a u -has favored any other method of raising the money. Congress probably will appropriate, | in the end, about the same amount as Inst year, anc again delay action on compensatory taxes as long as possible. From this ;md other developments i t now seemt, likely Mi. Roosevelt will force another lax issue up to Congiess, possib'y along nbcut April 1. Increase of income taxes is i-till favoi nd by the downtown Administration, but the situation hits net yet jellcdj and no one yet knows w h a t will be proposed or acted upon. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENT! T. C. PHAUN SO CONNELJ-SVILLE PA PHONE 975 p arms and Land tor Sale 83 FOR SAL.E-- 14-aero farm, seven room hou-o. bain. AH outbuilding in good condition. Lots of fru t. Located on Wooddalc and Mt Pleasant Hoad above the E. Cane f m r n , better known ai Tom Daw son Faiir Call nt fai m for paiticu- lais, Emeison Freed, R. 2, Do\- 90. Mt Pleat-ant, Pa. OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE is as near as your phone Jubi call 12 or 13 and your needi, will soon be met without any further troabte on your part THE DISTANCE YOUR money goes depends on whether you are a regu'ar reader of the Classified SecUon or"not. Mrs. Baufjli's Funeral. Largely attended was the funeral for Mis. Maiy E. Baugh, wile of Isaac H Baugh, at her home ct Perryopolis Sunday afternoon. Rev. Fred Fink, pastor o£ the Perryopolis Christian Church, officiated, assisted by Rev. Fjed B Grimm, pastor of the Peiryopohs Methodist Episcopal Church, and Rev. Samuel W. Bryan, pastor of the Vanderbilt Methodist Episcopal Church, and Rev. L. M. Humes of Dormont, both fotmerly of Periyopolis. Burial was made in Mount Washington Cemetery- The pallbearers were Bowaict Adams, Randolph Echard, William Essir.gton, Ernest S. Barnes, William G. Gaskill and Bcrnaid Wolfe. M o t e thiin T O O men, old and young, membeii of two of the Sunday School clnsM\s Tf the First Bnpttst Church, gathered Tuesday night in the chuirh b.'i^cmcnt wiiorr n chicken and bis- c u i t dinner was served to them and their gue?'---. The d i n n e r h.id been planned as a reward for a m e m b e r s h i p drive on tliL- p.irt of the Barcica and Men's cl.ibse^ xvitli the grcattJi amount of cost borne by the losing class ;is well ns the c i f r i s i n g out of arrangements for the afLur. The dm a was a great success. Both chi'-ses repoi led big increases but the Men's Class moie than doubled its enrollment. The average attendance each Sund.iy in January was 52 foi the Men's Class and 48 lor the BnrtKMR. Previously, the classes consisted of about 25 members each. In adcl.tion to the dinner, an m- tercbtini^ program was prc:-entc;d. Stuart Welker, little gtandson of Mr. nnd M n.. L. p. Ste\v art, sang two numbers, entitled, "The Umbrella Man," and "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow" Mis. Frank B. Stcwoit accompanied nL the piano. Rev. Alvin A. Hjrms, pastor oC F - i s L Baptist Church at Fairch.incc, gave a short talk. He nlso sang two verses of the hymn, ' Perils By the Way." Mai.an Snyder was accompanist. A male qu-.ul.et, composed ot Herb Ellis, H. D. Shcaicr, Jr., Wilbur Camlin nnd David Charlesworth, accompanied by Dr. J. Harold Dull, en- tei tamed with sevcial selections. Rev. Paul E, Porath, pastoi of German Lutheran Cnu:cb, was guest speaker. Others who made short talks were W. L. Zollars, teacher of the Baraca Clr.-s; S. B. Dull and Charles D. Bailey, president of the Men's Class, who also served in the capacity of toastmaster. Perryopolis PERRYOPOLIS, Feb. 15 --Mrs. Eleanor Knox, M:ss Mary McKee and Mrs. James Hazen attended the Franklin Missionary Society meeting Saturday nt the home of Mrs. Furman Garrison near Laurcldale. It was an all-day session and at noon the hostess sexved a chicken dinner. The women finished their study book on India. Class Entertained. Mr. \ a n d Mrs. Ellis Vance entertained Class No. 10 of the Flatwoods Baptist Church Friday night. There were 12 in attendance and the meeting was presided over by President Henry Cook. Personals. Mis. Joy Smith o£ Dormont and Miss Grace Sutton of West Newton, former high school teachers of Perryopolis, visited friends in town Sunday. Mary Catherine Kalman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kalman, a student at Seton Hill, was home for the week-end. She had as a guest Marcella Joyce of Youngwood who is also a student there. Mr. and Mrs. Rist Stimmel spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. John Blair of Dunbar. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Murphy, Mrs. Okie Murpby and son, Ralph, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrison ol Laureldale Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Haut, Mr. and Mrs. John Haut, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolfe, Miss Mary Wolfe and Joseph Aspmwall were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Curtis Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Thompson of Mount Claire, N. J. Spent the weekend with the letter's father, N. R. Martin. They came home for the funeral of Mrs. Thompson's aunt, Mrs. I. H. Baugh. William Wolfe, son of Mr. and Mis. Jnmes Wolfe, a student at California State Teachers College, was home for the week-end. SALLY'S SALLIES RtgwmJ U S PJ Mrs. Nathaniel Krctclunan Dies. MEYERSDALE, Feb. 15.--Krs. M M'LIer Kretchman, 75, a native of Somerset, died Friday at her home at YOJ c. She was born in Summit township, near heie, a daughter oJ: the late Mr, nnd Mrs. Conrad Miller. Her husband, Nnthaniel Kretchman, died a namoer of years ago. She is suivncd by three childien. The body was brought here for bund in Mount Lebanon Church Cemetery in Northampton township. 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