The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 22, 1930 · Page 3
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S A T U R D A Y , FEBRUARY 22, 1930. THE DAILY COtfRIEJl, CO1 fNEL.LSVILLE, PA'. PAGE THREE. South Connellsville Schools Horror Roll The* following list comprises those students of tho South Connellsville echools wlvono work has been exceptionally givod O u t i n g the month ot January: Mrs. Hoi'aaker's room -- Constance Hmlth, Loon Shal, J. W. Trewslor, Vergie '/Air, Charles Fair, Rolcr( Fisher. Boy.s' att.Midance, S5 per cont; girln* attendance. 95 irr cent. Boys tardy, two; girls ..arriy, none. Mie« Miller's room--Elizabeth Norrie, L u c i l l e Fisher, Joseph Shal, Craycc S n i K h , Charles K. Metcalf. Boys.' attendance. 97 per cent; girls' attendance, !'(! por cont. Boys tardy, none; girls tardy, one. Miss CotiKhenour's room -- Frances Rcilly, Doris Curtis, Garnet Taylor, Kdna Mao lUigg. Thelma Moon, Alma Joan Burke, Yvonne Pizzi, Albert Groah, Don-aid Jamlefion, Albert Murtz, Don?. Id Corvin. Boye' attendance, SS per cent; girls' attendance, 90 per cent. Boys tardy, none; girls ardy, none. Miss Port»r'ti room--Evelyn Gilpin, Betty Kcffer, M a r g a r e t T r u m p , Edward Urbueh, IJoniM Uitenour. Boys' allc'iiUince, SO per cent; girls attendance, i~ p;r cent, five; girla ti-rdy, five. Boys tardy, Mitm FowUr'e room--Doaii H a r t m a n , S. B. MHler, Grace Gilpin, Leona Leonard, C i n u e M a r t z , Holeu Ringer. Boys' attendance. 01 per cent; girls' attendance, i S per cent. Ikjys tardy, four; girls tt rdy, one. Miss Franc s' room--Loralne Porter- llold, Lucille Lincoln, Paul Co'iglu 1 - Jiour, Lloyd CurliK, Ronald Moran, Vesta Thomae, Anna. Helme. Boys' attend nice, !7 per cent; girle' «ttondance, 96 per cent. Boya tardy, three; girlfl tardy, uone. Wise Grey's room--Martha Porter, Retty Blubaugi , Bertha Richey, Margaret Mato, F i a n k BelllBU, FYanklin McElhaney, R u ' h Smith. Boys' attendance, 9S per cent; girls' attendance, 93 per cent. Boy« tardy, one; girte Uird -, none. Mlse Hall'a room--Grace Weimer, Kathryu Portet Kvageanne Martin, Madeline 1Gr inde, Emma Fowler, Donald Mart/., Marie Hyatt. Boys' attendance, !)2 per cent; girle' attendance, 93 ve-r cent, five; girle tard ·, two. Boys tardy, Miss Silbaug}'s room -- Olaranna Curtis, Leona i)eler, Geneva Pizzi, Leila PorterlieW, Elwood Baaghman, Doris Mullen, 1 helma Ohler, NelHe- rose Pirl, Eunice Schroyer, Junior Blttner. Boys' attends! ce, 94 per cent; girls' attendance., 94 por cent. Boya tardy, none; girls tard. , one. Mi«s Meade's loom--Emaruth Burk- fuu-dt, Lorraine ( oughenour, Annanelle Wiltrout, Ruth L ipo. Doris Moag, Wil- eon Pizzi. Boye' attendan -e, 37 per c^nt; girla' attendance, 02 p r cent. Boys tardy, one; girls tardy, nono. Mies Showe'a room--Jeanne Corvin, Lloyd Ringer, S.ieldon King, Jessie Ueatty, listen M! 'key, Ruth Schroyo-r. Boys' attendant e, 91 per cent; girls' attendance, 93 pt r cent. Boys tardy, nono; girle tardy two. Scottdale Juniors Will Attend Service At Christian Church STATE COLLEGE MAN WILL TALK ON CURB MARKET .Heeting 1 at Mount Pleasant to Re HcM in Early Part Of March. FALCONS WILL HOLD CONVENTION MOUNT PLDASANT, Feb. 22.--Tim A g r i c u l t u r a l t n i m i t t o i ' of t h e chamber of ConitntTfi' hiui ih\nncl I'm- u inoc'tiug tho ei rly jxirt of Mur-c'a, the piaco to bf* (ici; dtxl upon later, to cum- plcte arrangoniontH for the c u r b m a r k e t that is being p l a n n e d . H e n r y N. R i f t . .narl«'t .ind gardon- ;nt; oxpert of Slt'tp C'ollpKo, w i l l le tho speaker. There w i l l bp morning and aft-rnoon mee-tirife's. Truck gardeners u h o wish to d Ico advantage of tho c u r b market w i l l bo invited to this meeting. Fron present indication*! about oU purson i wlio eire Inturefctsxl la thc^ curb ir.nrkf and b r i n g thrlr pro- dui'O inh t o w n w i l l bo in attonduiu'e. Klrc lit Bridurfiporl. The volunteci fire dejuirtmMit was t a i l e d to Bridgeport last night about 10-;:'() o'clock wieri the home of JOari KotiRh wa« on (ire. It could not ho learned howo t ic firo start«l, Tito o n t i r e fieconcl lici.r was destroyed in a f^i.\-r:Hni f r a m e houne. Two lines of hose wore- t h r o w i in the reservoir and the p u m p s put n i. Tho firemen noon had tho fire r x t i i i ^ u M i e d . The (lames crept up t h e h l a d ' roof uid broke out along tho gable t nd«, m a k i n g it hard to ti^ht. A part vt the f u r n i t u r e was baved by the occupants and ncighbore, svho belpel euro it, out. Falcons to Hold Contention. Fifty-four Icxlf cs in Southwestern Penney!vania, kn-wn as the fourth district of. Polish i'dlcons, will meet in te annual convertlon here on May 30, :j and June 1. Thu Mount Pleasant falcons will bo hostft to thu visitors. ··Jxcellent gymna tic work will be ; h o w n and a wonderful three-day program is l^iiifc l»i ed forward to, when IhoueandH of personti w i l l be brought to town. Ton n Clo.'K Kiiiinlntr. Mr. ami Mrs. M A. King left today for Florida to visii for nix weelwt. Othoi 't«s, Mr. and Mrs. I'xlwurd Hoee are v siting w i t h their family in Ohio. Miss Sue Huitr., a bister of the It te Frank H u r u t f AV'at-hington, Pa., fe planning to loc; te In Mount Pleae- «;it. The Christian Endeavor Society of tho United Brt-Uu en (Church lield a social in the c h u r c h last evening. G.i.wes were playet 'ind refreshments served. SAMUEL BOTOAN OF GUJ)E CITY CALLED BY DEATH MKYERSDAUK, Feb, M.--Samuel Row-man, who for sevwral weeks had l-een 111 at his h mie in Glade City, one. and a half nt les east of Meyersdale, died Thurst ay afternoon. Mr. Bowman for a number of years conducted a general store at Glado City h u t for tho past year had livod retired. He was w e l l known and highly respected in this c immunity. He wa« a member of the M Un Street Brethren Church, and hi» p. ator. Itov. Willis Honk, will comiuc the funeral services which w i l l 1* held at hl« latt homo on Sunday afternoon at 2:.'50 oVlock. His wife died a number of years ago. He i survived by the foil-owing c h i l d r e n Mrs. Joseph Horoh and Mrs. Ja nes Ixng of Olado City, Mrs. John B) x.-ber, Mrs. Simon MeKenzie, Mrs. liarry Staub ami Kugewo Bowman, a i l living in Meyor.-t- dale. Twelve gran [children and one brother, John Bowj tan of Giado City, also survive. Francis Koley o Baltimore, Md , motored -here Thurt.Iay and remained at the home of h s mother, Mrs. Michael Foley, u n t i Friday when h returned, accomitau f d by his, siste Miss Margaret Fol«\ , who will reinai for a few weeks vis t i n g in Baltimor Mis.3 Hester Shav deported Frida for Home, (fa., wh' re she will be bridesmaid at the w. ddtng of a echoo I'rieud. Bho will r »maiu for a few days after the w r r l d j i,g and on her ro t u r n will visit friei da in Stautiton Va., for a few dajs. Mrs. Charles Sch; oyer, iett Prida for a weeks visit wit'; her sister, Mis*. Pauline Kiileriem in Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. C, R. Weaver return© Thursday from ( % ha -leston, W. Va where they hud moto -ed the fore par oC the week. Mrs, Charle-s Wilcox of Wallace, W Va., ia visiting relatives a-nd friend here for several dayt Mrs. Charles Giritfi h and daughter Mary Ixjui^e, went to Philadelphia, Friday where the;,- w 11 spend a week with relatives, Mrs. Walter Jones Mrs. Warren Sipe, Mrs. Robert IritcMleld one daughter, Ml»s Rita, o Somerset, wer calling on friends hei · Friday, Mr. and Mrs. George Stein of Senior set and their daugh er, iMrs. Arma Cameron of Philadelpl la, who is viuit ing in Somerset, spirit Friday here visiting with the form-t t-'s mother, Mrs John Stein. 1930 SCHEDULE OF E A. LEAGUE TOPIC TOMORROW I.» Mui'oomvl ire R '3UFKALO, Feb. )2.--Fifteen fishermen maroonwi on i-ofl ice, 11 m i l e s wtst of hero, w-cre resruwl hiht uiglH by tho Coast Ouani under C a p t a i n P. I f . Fornrr anl v o l u n t r e r a . Tho moit wero reached by an "ice skip." Th? 1930 playing si hedul-e- of the Middlo Atlantic League .vill be broughl to tho attention of tho -epres-entativea of the eight clube Uimo' row afternoon at u meeting Jn W h l t i Swan Hotel, Union town. Tho progn m ww drafted last week by a special committee. Other matters peri dining to the opening of the season on Friday, May 9, will bo talten care 01 "C.'ood lUjaljimcnt Makes A Good rarma Better*' important to Every Farmer We Wiiut K»cry Farmer And Ills family to Spen! Monday, February 24th, With Ui At Our riacc of Business, 51 Arch Street, Uniontown, Pa. liwtrncihe Talks by Competent Men t'orerlnjr Subject* i Vital Imprest to Kvery Farmer Jn the Coaiity, FIVE JlEfiT.S OK MOTION PICTURES THAT WILL BK APPRECIATED BY ALL. S(«rt nt 8:!H» \. ^t. l,asts as Long as You Will Stni-. Come With Ynnr Vumily and Friends. Yon Ar« All Weloom*. Free Lunch Serred at 'foii, (Siorned) F. O. Holman FARM SERVICE CO. R - » l - «olman IHstribut«rs For Complete MeCoraJck-Deerlng Farm Kcjul menh Special to The Courier. SOOTTDALE, Fb. 22.--The Seott- dule Council ot the Junior Order oi Uaited American Mechanics will attend the- service at the Christian Church in a body Sunday evening. All members are requested to meet at tlie lodge rooms not later than 7 o'clock. Rev. Jolm C. Crowe, the pastor, -win preach. Light Bearers' Service. The Light Bearers of the Presby- leriaa Church on Sunday evening at 7:.'iO o'clock will have a special program at the church. There will be music, exercises by groups and the children will te-11 stories of Mexican children they havo learned about in ttu ir study book, the past several weaks. The choir -will render special music. The chlldreu are interested in the friendship treasure chest to be sect to the PhiltppLaea. This la the third project to come before th« children. It is being sponsored, by the conunittee on world friendship among children. The chest will bo on display at the services on Sunday eveainff. Pay for Smashing Property. Mr. and Mrs. William Greene were held in the borough lockup and later givtn a hearing before Justice ot the Peace William Kennell on information brought by the mothor of Mr. Greono, Mrs. AVilliain Fletcher. Mrs. Ple-tcher charged the Greenes with being "rough" at tho Fletcher house, claiming that thoy had broken down a door ami smashed glass. The case was settled when, the, Greenes con- sentod to buying a new door and glas.i. Baseball Mail Dead. Word was received in Scottdalo yesterday ot tho death oi' Robert W. Bunlen in New York. Mr. Buntcn was business manager ot tho Scottdale Club o£ the St. Ixuis Cardinals the latte- part of last year. There were no dalails in tho death. Mr. Bunion came to Scottdalo Irom Houston, Texai, and at the time ot cfcmlng here sucof-ected Oliver French, who waa assigned to Houston. Brush Fire. Sc.t-ttdale firemen at 1 o'clock yesterday received a call to the old Campbell farm west of tovrn. George, Smouse, a neighbor, waa burning bnurb and lin/ber caught firo. A boy going to Felgar School discovered tho j firo and raised tho alarm. The firemen ^orc just ready to renpond when it wa.'i learned that tho teiaut o£ tho Camp jell farm, Henry H(*rnlcy, and the uiighlMara had extinguished tho firo. Signs of Sprlnjr. Flying kites, marbles, roller skates and all the other signs of bpring havo coma iito evidence the past lew d The roller skalas were tho last to make the appearance, coming in yesterday iMrs. H a r r y b!ngel and Mrs, Philip Theibcrt wore prize winuors at tho Cirn Bridge Club meeting, at which Mrs. John Tcdrow waa boot-ess at tho Wishad farm near Oonnollsville on Thursday. Two tables of bridge were brought into play. The decorations and appointments were earned out in koepiaj; witli Washington's B i r t h d a y , At Bankers' Banquet. Jiidsou Ktrioktor, J'hilip Theiberl, KJdln Oa.ughe.rty, Krn«ft Overholt, Kobert Love and Ralph Kastou t the First AatiomU Bank, lUilph Byans of the Brcadway National Bank ami Bert Strloklir ot tho Scottdalo Kavings Trust (\mpany represented Scottdale a.t toe bankers' banquet Xield by tho I'eiineyjvaiiia Banke-iV Afasoi'iation at Uho William Peon Hotel, IHttaburg, last evening. Chair Entertained. Mrs, J. B, Henderson and .Mrs. L. A. Zimmer.aai were joiTit hostesoea to the member* of St. Paul's Lutheran Choir at the home of Airs. Henderson last evening, immediately after choir practice. Deoc/rations and appointments were in keeping with Wahlngtoji'a Birthday. Missionary Program. The fcuo-tli division of the Missionary Society of the Unilted litx.tiiren Church, of which Mrs. K. M. S. PyJe is loader, fave a Washington social at tho chuxi.'b last evening. A very interesting program was presented. The atory ot the life of Washington was given by Hev. P. W. Davis. Other numbers were; Piano solo, Eleanor Marrow; vocal solo, Mrs. K, t. Benford; piano duet, Adrian and t'rances Stoner; jviano solo, Marjorde Kuhna. At the cNiiSe of tho meeting th^iro was a social hour, with refreshments, Mrs. Kelly Hostess. Mrs. G. V. Kelly was hostesn to the Iris Club at her nome in Ixmcks avenue yesterday afternoon at a bridge luncheon. Mrs. Jteimer's Fnneral, The funeral services weire held yes ierdny mornilag at St. Joku's Catholic Church for Mre. Catherine Theressa iteoner, v/lfe ol Chariea Renmeir, in charge oi Rev. M. A. l4imbLn,g. In- .·ermant fallowed in St. John's Ceme- ,cry. Mr« Reniner is survived by hea 1 iu»baai,d, (wo daughters, Mrs, V. II. ialbraith of Scottdaie, and Mirs. Roy Spacer of Everjjon, and two £ons, George, Obarles and lOdward, at home, also two sisters ami one brothea-, Mrs, Nick Millci' of Braddock, Mrs. Mar- ;aret WftlUer 0f Warren, Ohio, and George Hopkins oE Struthers, Ohio. A BROAD RANGE OF PRICES - " · ONE STANDARD OF VALUE - * - OLOSMOBILESIX 2-Door«el*a 4-JDoor Sedan Ocmp* Bport Cowpa $1OSO $1115 $1135 $1190 Koadatcr Pbactoo I 995 $ 965 S105O fioao tlOTO 91040 VIKING EIGHT 4-Door 8*d*n $1695 $1770 Canverribl* Coape ·TANDAKO -· 91795 91795 S1125 S1O95 $1855 $1855 91695 91770 raurtMamMOklfatiUnctmlinKk. . . DBLUXB BQUI7M8NT JneiixlM * «Hn wfa«l*. 3 «pm m»4 tim* ,i»e«ml» in i!rait fmdrr «rcJD«; IratM and Io«k»; dhromfaun pUtid r MM| toUlog Creak rack. All prictm you ·wwmt a car of the very low- e tt or very highest price, there in s type c e model in the OlcUmobilo Viking lit** T 'hich ·will exactly suit your requirements. F 5r the Old«mobfl«-Viking price range e ctends from |895 to $1855--with a wide d toice of modek at intermediate price*. The Oldtmobtle Six, priced from $895 t« ^1190, provide* every requisite to comfortable, cor:£ree motorinj, It» p«v formance is partrfcularly ·attoryinf--fa ·cceleration, in iipeed, in powcj, in roH- ranga nnoothneai. The style ofita Fiaher" boilt bodies i« soundly baaed em the fmv- damentala of good de«tgn. It» comfort u worthy of can much higher in price. AoA it» year-after-year di:pendability u aowell knowrtt that it oca rcery needftmesxtton. ^ The Viking Eij tvt» priced from |1695 to $1855, according to equipment, i» a. amaz*. roomy, kncoriom car--typical in treiy re*pect of the fai ;hfoh»es» of OU* Motor Works manufactxiring- It provide* the «moothn«M and haxury of 90*V-«ight performance. It offers engineering advancements that contrilmte in large measure to dependability, economy, and long life. There is a bod;y type to please you in theae twogreat lin« 8 of car*. Conae in aodsee them. Judge their taerits for yooraelf. And be assured that wliichever car you select --Oldsmobile or Vicing--you are getting value (that meets the same high standard. OLDSMOBILE Six and VIKING EIGHT Oldsmobile-Connellsville Co. 117 E. Apple Street, Coimellsville, Pa. BOY SCOUTS AWARD HIGHEST HONORS!) PENN STATE TRM 1ENTINEL STAFF HOLDS PARTY AT DICKERSON RUN The staff in charge of the produc- on of the Sentinel, official magazine ssuod by t*e students of tho D unbar 'ownship High Scholo, hold a party hursday e^ening at tho Dickcrson iun Y, M. O. A. About forty guests eve in attendance and included Sup- rintendent and Mra. R. K. Smith, Mr. nd Mrs, B r u c e M. Shearer, Mies Helen Ehrich and J'rof, KHon H. Hickman. Tho evening was epent hi games and music. A delicioutt lunch was served. STATE CObr.BX}E, F,*b. 22.- -John S. Madore, a freshman at the 'enn- sylvania State College enrolled n the nature education cun-lcu3uni, hai been awarded one of the hlj;hnst b rnora within the scope ol the Boy i iouts of America: A llarmon Foun ation Scholarship. Madore, who is ass stant scoutmaster of the troop at Hyn man, received one of tho four scholar ihips awarded m Region Three which comprises Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and the IMstri. t of Columbia. The scholarships, awarded on y to eagle scouls Yfbo hav disp lyed "conspicuous and unselfish servi- e of some constructive nature," are v orth $100 each and make the w1r aers eligible to borrow from the Hai cnon Foundation Studrnt Loan Fund. The honor waa conferred upon Ma tore during the past week-end at the r rail to Citizenship demonstration give i in the Altoona Athletic Club by the Blair-Bedford Council. Madore entered Penn State i tter having attended tho Bummer na ure camp conducted by 1he nature der irt- raettt of the college. On the comple ion of his first semester's work he tui ued in an average of 2..'J2 in Ids stut ies. Three is (.he highest mark given. Although only a freshman, he is mar led and the father of a girl itlmost wo years old. YOUGHIOGHENY, POTOMAC UNK PLANS STUDIED Frfench President Is Godfather of 1O4 By Unlttwl Press. PARIS, Rob. 22.--Presidett Do urn r- gue hecame «. Godfatlier for the 10 tli time when he accepted thai reaper 3i- bility towa'rctfi the tenth son of M. Coquelet, an employe in the office o£ the penitentiary on the island of Re. The acceptance obliges the presid nt to make a baptismal gift, this eust m now proving a heavy item ot the pr s- ident'a personal budget, Ke rottu »s 90 per cent of renutista to stand is Godfather and accept B only in ( 10 axes o£ large t'amilie*. Proposal Jn Format!vo Stag-e Say.s Washington Blstriot Engineer. MANY OBSTACLES FACE PROJECT Special to Tho Courier, PITTSBURG, Feb. 22.--Plane for 'a connecting link between, the Yotigh- iogheny and Potomac rivers, as a part of the great Mississippi River System, still are only in a formative period, said Major B. B, Somervoll, in charge of the Washington, D. C. district, who was in conference with Colonel Jarvle J. Dain, Pittsburg district engineer, yesterday. Inteneive studies are being made now under Houee Document No. 308, which provides for a survey of power, flood control, navigation and irrigation, of the poesiDilitiee of constructing a waterway to connect the waterways east and west of the Allegheny Mountains, either by way of a eeriea of locks «.nd dams or through a waterway tunnoh Whether such a waterway ie economically desirable etill is a question said Major Somervell, as many obstacles are to he overcome before a report ie made. The question* of constructing a tunnel on tho western side of the Allegheny Mountain through to the east, which may have a length of from several thousand feet to several miles also is being considered. SEW1CKLEY HIGH CONQUERS HURST IN CIRCUIT GAME Killed by Auto. HARRISBURG, Feb. 22.--Mrs. Helen Allen, 49, was killed late laet night Sewickley Township tool? a 34-11 decision over Hurst High of Mount Pleasant township last nirht in Section 13, W. P L A. League. The line-up: Sewlckler-*--34. Hurst--II. Cttmpfleld F ... Lehman Goodlin F Jones Laughner C . Kurtz Lntimore .... G Jones Neebitt G M. Smith Substitutions--Herbert I^r Campfield, Paul for Goodlin, Peiman for Paul, Epperson for Latim're, Hodgson for Epperson, Wejip fir Neebitt,. Strellic for Campbell, Pushnick for Strellic, Fullerton for J nee, McGoogan for Smith. Field goals--Campfiold 4, Goodlin 3, Laughner 6, Neebitt, M. Sm in 4. Foul goals--Sowickley, S out of 11; Hurst, 3 out of 3, Score by periods: , BELLE VERNON LASSIES DOWN D.T. PASSERS Sewickley Hurst _. Referee- 5 15 5 1 e--a-i 3--11 -Hurst. when struck by an automobile hurled upon tho sidewalk by the impact of a' stated. JEFFERSON FARMER SEEKS $5,000 FOR HIGHWAY DAMAGE UN1ONTOWN, Feb. 22, - - Asking ?5,OftO damages from the county be- causo of injury alleged 1 to h.ive been done his property in Jefferson town- ohip by the building ot the i ew concrete road from Star Jnnctloi to Fay- etto City In 1928, Lmke S. Host ell, well known farmer, Friday presented his case to tue Board of View. The road survey ruined (lie approach to his barn; two wate 'courses were chan.g'ed., ami a Hue f 00-bush berry patch was destroyed, Itosell The berry patch w n , worth The Belle Vernon girls scored a. 34-14 decision over the Dunaar Township sextet at the Leisearlng No. L gymnasium in the preliminary to Iho. boya W. P. I. A. League clash. The line-up: Dunlwr--14, Bellf Vernon--34. Kurt^s _jn Cevanangh. Boeley V Felkenhour Miller __.C Zollars Patterson SC Illmes Eicher G_ Luzansky Tbomas ,, G .__ Reppert Substitutions--Slaughter for Bosley, Oglethorpe for Slaughter, Slaughter for Patterson, Beeson for Eicher, Turney for Hlmee. Field goals--Kurtz 7, Cavanaugh 8, Fetkenhour 8. l''oul«--Duubar, missed 2; Belle Vernon, 2 out of 3. Score by quarters: Dunbar G 2 4 2--14 Belle Vernon 7 6 7 14--34, Referee--Mrs. Sanderson. Alvertbn collision with another machine, The drivers of both care were held by the police. Looking- for Bargains I If so. read the advertisita* of The lOaily-Oourieor $2.50 per bush, he stated, aari his property was depreciated in value from $10,000 to $4,000 by th» road ·work changes. In Head oi Ho Thro SM our Clwmifted ALVERTON, Feb. 22--Tho Men's Bible Class of the Metbodiet Church held a banquet in tho basement of lhe church on Friday evcunig. Kov. Page gavo a ehort talk. Mrs. Burnette Ranmley of Scottdalo called on relatives here Thursday. Mrs. Margaret Moore was a Scott" dale shopper Thursday. Mies Alice Layton and Mrs. Harrjr Kenuell, both of .Scottdale, were Al4 verton callers Wednesday evening. Mre. Margaret Gunday of Tarr called on friends here Wednesday. Mrs. Nancy Apple has returned to her homo at Irwin after spending a week with relatives and friends in this vicinity. Tho Church of God will have an ordinance meeting Sunday evening. Mr, and Mre. Albert Swauger an4 children of Scottdale called on friend** here this week. j Classified Advertisements When placed in «h» column* ot Courier bring reaudiis. Try tfceau

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