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PAGE TEN. THE DAILT COUTUTSR, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 ana 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7o cash; So charge. Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c 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 afi Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted M 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special * i No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Personals MEN OLD AT 40! -- Got pep. New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain taw oyster invigorators and other stlinu- lants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 HERE ARE REAL BARGAINS!!! YOUR PICK OF: SIX (6) 1934 FORD 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. HUBRY . . COME IN TODAY AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE. PRICE. EACH S133 The Best O£ Terms. Arranged To Please You I WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. YOUR FORD DEALER. W. CRAWFORD 2nd ST. PHONE 407. Open Evenlngsl Open Sundays! SEE THEM TODAY 1 O.-K. USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET · PHONE 105. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. · USED CARSI SEE OUR SELECTIONI E. E. VAN SCOY. INC, 25!) E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1231 Business Service Moving, TrucUmc, Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DOLL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern StoraBe For Household Goods. Merchandise Articles for Sale 55 BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mnis that are excellent ior IlninR the inside of your k'arage, barn, chicken coop or outbuildings of any kind. Selling ul Ic each. Inquire at Thf,- Courier Oillcc. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--MovtrR. Miller's Transfer 153 East Crawford | FOR SAL£~-$30 00 elect: ic r.idio. Avenue. Phone 183. i model, will v.- iC rificc for 59.00 for ,, ,--. .Kijjc. Pr-one 677-J. Printing, Engravinc, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WOHKI Hand Bills l--Binding'--CfllUnc Cards! BUI Hcndsl--Letter Heads! for Rent Cards)--For Sale Cards i No TrespaiMng Sign- t' o r Sate I 'A'.! Work Fully Guaranteed! Ali At Bcason.iblc Ra*ca( COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT PUONE 65 DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services FOR SALK--Drain Tilt*. Tr.ictoi^. Lime G. C. Stn-ilev. R 1. StoiWale, Pa. Buildings. Buiidtnc Materials 53 COMPLETE LINE--Of SlH-rwin-WiMiami paints lor Interior nnd exterior pur- po-iCb, Stnne Ai Work. Phone 1700, Farm and Dak-* Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES -SI 3.1 prr b-sc. Phont- (K.5-H. -113 K Wa-"hln£lon A'-"" ' We lithst r. Real Estate tor Sale Houses Tor Sale 8-1 GROVEK K. UAGERTY--Adcttoncrrln,; Thane JW8. Unionto^n. 32-i X GallnUn I Avenue. Am now bnoktnc my i-prin;; j sales. Would be glad to odd your name to my list. * FARMERS LKT US iiFJLP YOU MAKE SOME MO.VEYt tlERK S HOW--you can Cnd A market, (or our (arm products. our farm implement*, your dairy product,, your live «tock »nJ household c oix i = b ? runntne * small tnrxptrn.Mvr ad tn our Cia"s!fi*ti Sttcyoii There you wlU flrsd fr.sny people who wiint to become your cuiio:ner or buyer The rural circulation of Tin Dally Courier cover* · iarcn EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Clastic Ko«- ery and other surgical appliances. A A. Clarke, PIL G. DniKsist. 323 North Plltsburg Street. Phone IJH. Employment be! tiy rruifjy people u h o arc looking for luat the Ciinc* you hi»ie tot sale NOTE A!J cJaisified nda »re parable In advene* V-DU wtU P.r.S our rates In the above Help Wanted--Female FOR SALE! SOl-'Tli SIDE PROPERTfEfi--Two six room hoir-c:, in yood condition. Price rca'-onablp. RO ACRKS--Farm flnd tnnUcr land, S p r m r f e l d T^^v.^^^hlp, alonR dtrt roac k-ftd-rt m Pike 2 FAHViS--Located in Dunbar Townhhjp, ricur City. \V\\ T Me.VL'LTY EAGLKS BUILDING PHONE 1760 FOR SAt K--Eight room home In cootl condition. Bath, paracr. 'i?:c .ICTC land Unprtivf tl loflfl JohT-twi Pel- SIX HOOM H O U S E -- A n d fin.Mird tiilrd Located .Tt 1!K Itac'' Strrrt. noBEiiT ::onuis I ' f f O N C »5. IIOVSTOS AVKNVE. :38 -- Six room frame liouw -A'itli bath, in l.*ic very best !*ricrd lo j,c!l al S'^X) Inquire, Paul Vr'aCGfJtT, IOC? Weal Crawford Avenue. Phono H3 Auctions-- Legals Notices. KXKctrrmvs NOTICV. ESTATE OK DAVID H. VUCK. LATE esponsible \vnmar. over 30 lo represent an Eastern manufncturci in Connellfiville and nearby town 1 -. tclJlnr a well-known line of women* 0 apparf!. References required. Give phom- number." Write Box 55. care Courier. Fuel, Feed. Fertilizers Financial Need Money U-E YOUGH MOTOB COMPANY. GOOD USEP CAHS. 321 so. prrrsBURG ST. PHONE a. | NEED CASH--In a hurry? Wc'H Jcnd j you SSOO or less or your s-lKnauirr. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Auto Trucks, Tractors. TraUers 12 Livestock GK.VUI.Vr^-Wa;Hlncto:i Ru» Coal Ixiw price W:n Dun : Sen Phono 107 or I -call Dawjon. "01 and ^531 j Jt'NlATA COAL--ltc bL-,hr!. «-iT. de-- ] Ijvrrp'J 35 bnIjrl orcliT\ a 110 delivered. Robert \Wlsh Phonr 412! -It-12. GOOD LUMPY -- Run r,' mlr.*- rnui. ItW i IJM . «c, M lju . flc. 25 tm , 12c dclivert-d C,i-h Phono :"XJT Kr;.nk Koh.tUa IIouAchold Goads 55 FOR. SALE--1937 Plymou th Pick-Up Truck, Heater, low mileage. Very lov, price. Frank A. PIzzlca. Monongahela. Pa. Phone 570. Dogs, Cats. Other Pets 41 FOR SALE--1934--1 % -ton Ford Dump Truck. Reconditioned motor, new body, new hoist, very low price. Frank A. Pizzlca, Monongahela, Pa. Phone 570 Business Service FOR SALE--Female can;trie5, 50c each. ! Call 307-H, ' KOP. S.M-K ALL KINDS--OF 1*1 ?1D r^KNITURE AT BARGAIN PHICLS Business Service Offered 18 WISHER'S UPHOLSTERV. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS Sc RECOVERINGS PHONE 9645. 322 SO. PITTSBURG 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. Sco me Ior rates. 303 First National Bank Building Phone 520. PHONE 12 or IS for an Atl-taker. Horses, Cattle. Other Slock 48 FOR SALE--Two Rood brood sows. Both in good condition. Ralph Sutor. Hax-.k- cyc, Scottdalc. Pa., \Vf-t moreland County. Poultry, DUL.t.'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHO.VE 50. and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--All breed-,. Purina Starten.i. Keystone Feed Eiorei. 110 West Apple Street. Phone 107. FOR SALE--Ducks 18c ]b.. chickens ^2c Ib. Mullens', Country Club Road, OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near as your phone. Just calJ 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be met without any further trouble on your port ALL THE BEST opportunltica tn Con- nellsvlHe and vicinity arc to be found in one place--The Clabsified Section. DON'T waste lime wishing--look over the classified ads and see how easily you can net what you want." MAKE BOTH ends meet--use a Classified ad and EC* n buyer. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 32 17 3 13 /5 10 33 36 27 ACROSS 1--Excessively 5--Fleece 9--Dollar (abbr.) 10--Female sheep It--Nocturnal bird 12--Cupa 14--To blind 15--Attempt 16--Eggs (combining- form) 18--Ajinex 21--Not cut 23--Beneath 25--Southeast by south (·abbr,) 27--Mother 2S_Male dc- cendant 30--Pelt 32--Ill-fated 33--Inquire 35---Bind 36--Regret 37--Nimble 38--Deliver 22--A refriger- 29--Greek letter ator 31--The spihen- 24--Type ard measure 32--Lowest note 26--Glacial of Guide's ridge scale (pi.) 28--A fragment 34--Urge Answer to previous puzzle DOWN 1--Fragrant 2--Solemn promise 3--Cloth measure pU 4--Concede 6--IxJoked askance j--Crooked S--Affirmative reply 12--Thrashes 13--Carat {abbr.) 17--Forward 1-- Blackish 20--A crisp biscuit t. 1959. Kj.-« fntma Syndic, la SEE MERITS FURNITURE COMPAQ-FOR BARGAINS IS FURNITURE AND STOVES OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. NORTH PITTSBURG £T. PHONE. MIO. Wanted--To Buy 66 SAVE YOUH BIG W1UTE RAGS! THEN BHING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . WELL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING Ol . . . AT !c PEH POUND Rooms and Board Rooms for HonscKeepin!* es FOR RENT--Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Electric refrigerator. 124 W. Apple Street. FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 3219 Vine Street. Wanted--Rooms or Board 73 WANTED TO HEHT--Furnished bedroom, close to'bath, respectable home. Write Box 75, care Courier. Estate for Renf Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Four room apartment, bath, hot water heat, second floor. 411 Johnston Avc. Phone 59G. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R WITHIN YOUR REACH--North First Street, six room bungalow with bath, heat, foui car garage, $1.800. Terms! PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENTI T. C. PUALIN SO CONNELLYVIL.LE PA PHONE 075. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-takcr can tell you how to GO about ccttins it Phone 12 or 13. Farms and Land for Sale 33 FOR SALE--The A. M. Johnson property a'. East Conncllbville. About 5k- acre*, 10-room frame house, bath, hot water he;i:. elocti icity, 2 chicken houses, brooder house, milk room, garage v barn, cistein. we!! and spiing water. Corner property on improved road. Inqune Dr. L,. Date Johnbon. 709 Second National Bank Bldp., C o n n e t l b V i U e , Pa. Phone 131-J. CountK i'i-i-.n^; Unni*. Occrx-.'-*', Loiters ifcUs-.cnt-iry in tii« atov«: r*^Jrtc- h-cvirif.; hi-«-n jiranlerf to tlic uniicr- '·iCn'-rf. no1Jc«* W ttp.-rby fivtrn to A]! i*rr- ·wti* mdrbicd *.u ui* ,s«*iU decedent lo u«iicr p a j m r n i lo Ihf ur.iicr--hn*«l v r h out delay. »/id -**! ptrrt-crsi having ciai'rt ni *3rnurt!i a^tn-t s.a;t! e-*tatr are rc- que-^tcti to -make krin-A-n th*- «J«-ne. Mane J. Flick. 11S2 Rcr .SI,. A » M t N I T R A T O K ' S NOTlCf. ESTATE OP HILVRY D FOSTER. LATK ot KrankJui Ttmr^hip. F^jt-'tie Cour.'y. Prrin 1 -;. K a m a drc;,vcJ I.rt'oi^ of A d m - n l ' - s r f f l l j f r i on Ui« Jihovr c - t a t e hnvins b^cn fir^rnct! in tnc u n d r r - »tpnt'd, tvoflc' is iiTrb i'Ucj: to .ill Ft'f- *^j". ^ Irficbtc.l tfi th'- ^.Ilt) cicccdcni to make r^:- jntnt tiT the under Jtcticd w i t h out dri,i , .uid all p«r*,titjk h.4Vinc ciuims or demand t a^Alns-t rwid s'.^te «r« requested to m:ikc known t!:c .-.imf GeorKc R. Foster. ArU-.ur A Brown. Attorney. Dickcri-on Run. Pa. NOT1CR. SEALED BIDS WILL HE at Uic- office of the Cily Clerk un'il 5.00 o'clock P. M, E S. T. Monday, Mnrch 27th, 193D. for the purchase of G.a.^olim; nnd Oi! for City use (or a tcrtn at Six month* bcfiSniiinc April 1. 1921'. Prices quoted arc to be net after n l i o w - ancc for £talc and Federal u»xe^ arc deducted. City Council re.seryc^ tlic r f R h t lo reject any or all bids submitted. City of ConneMbville. P. H. BvlRhlo. PurcliasJnt; Agent. mar-1-8-15. NEWS By IkULMALLON., Continued from Page Four, to expect a settlement of jurisdiction' al differences. ALjF-is m a position to- cause CIO sharp trouble in shipping, autos and even in coal, where its new Progressive Miners Union is small but haras sing to Lewis. Some inside trouble between Lewis and his left hand man, Sidney Hillman, is supposed to have caubed Lewis' delay ir. naming his peace negotiating committee. H i 11 m a n stands ace high at the White House, strongly favors peace. In the secret AFL-CIO meetings arranged by Msgr. Francis Haas oi Catholic University, Hillman was all for peace. But when Phil Murray, the Lewis right hsnd man. came into the meetings he immediately dissolved en- thusiasi i for peace. RUTH R^V KANE JREAD THIS FFRST: DifJirailciied bcLiiusc she can .find no work, Lona Acker-man, whose father is sprvinfr a life s"ntcncc for murder, ilmla tome ronsol-.Uon after telling i-or troubles to Clartdprc, an acquain- i t.inrc she has decided to trust. Aside "j from ClonclRc, aim is rtlonc In the world, joblnss aJid broke, Jim gives Ixmfi ft load for (mother job and she applies nt the office of the Wrstern Realties company. J-onn Hkrs her new work, srcs mojv* and more or Jim event njjs. On Sundaj* tiioy decide to fro tn H nearby Ink*? for n. picnic. Avoiding old frit-nils who hid snubbed her, Lona plunges Into tlio lake, infuriated, nnd swims out further than, she intended. (NOW CO OX WITH THE STORT) CHAPTER TWELVE WITH THREE-FOURTHS of the | lake behind her, there was nothing for Lona to do but keep going, j Tircdly, slic swam a few more yards, try-ng to take it easy, hoping: her strength would return. But her arras only seemed to grow heavier and her breath shorier. Alanncd now, who pushed desperately against the water. Each yard soemcd like a mile, each minute dragged endlessly. . . . And then, suddenly, a streak at pain hit her! Cram pa, like a. giant hand reaching out from .somewhere in the bottom of the lake dragged at her. With a faint cry she doubled up and went under. Choking, trying to hol;l her breath, struggling to free her limbs from the grip that was twisting them into helplessness, «he A'cnl ( * V A n , nnd came up again. *'JimI" Hhf managed to scream out ucrowi the suddenly hostile u'ftter. Tht-n she wda fighting a.gain. Fighting and--losing! The world teemed to han* turned to water . . . terrible. crushing. "Jmi--" she tried to cry again, nnd a .v.vifi giaJnesa ^hook her as she felt, rather than saw, a dark form loom cloj»e to her. Frantically she roacncd for him, grasped a wet shoulder, tried to find his neck. U *hr could only get her arms about his neck. "Ka,«y, girl!" .ihc heard him mutter, "T*ike it rosy Let go! . . . L «?» " Sh.- knew she .should loosen the grip that ha-I tightened itself, somehow, alxsut hie neck, but she couUln'i do it. The water was too terrible! How could she let go? He vtru, atnUning, trying to pull away from her, panting. "Jim--" Hhe trieJ to cry again, and then sonvthmj; hit her on the jaw, something hard. A f t e r that she knew no mon v . She was lying on the sand when ahe rt'EOlned consciousness. Jim woa ber.tUng over her, working her arms. lUs face was white and his l**lh -Acre set and he was breathing hard. "Girl!" he crU-il. when he saw T h a t her eyes were open. "You're all right?" He dropped her arms (uid gave her a little shake by her shoulders. In his eyes was a look dhe hail never seen there before. "Tell me you're ail right!" he repeated as she stared up at him. "You--God, you scared me, girL" With a sudden swoop he gathered tier into hi3 arms, wet and dripping, as they both were, and Lona felt him tremble. "I'm sorry, Jim," she managed to gasp. The tears came then and, choking, she tried to hide her head on his wet shoulder. "Suppose I hadn't followed! Or if I hadn't got there--in time:" He looked at the water and she felt him shudder. "And I had to--hit you! You wouldn't be quiet--" There was horror in his voice as he looked at the dark bruise swelling on her chin. "Sure you're all right?" "Of course T'm nil right." Lona fcR her heart beat with a sudden vigor that .sent a glow creeping over her body despite her chattering teeth. "Only I'm c-cold--" she brought out, and tried to burrow closer. Her distress seemed to bring him hack to himself. "Of. course," he acquiesced. "What am I thinking of, keeping you here like this? You'll get pneumonia." He looked about ruefully, and Lona saw that they were at the farther end of. the beach, opposite the bathhouse. From across the water she could hear, fainUy, the She pressed closer to him and her arras went about his neck. cries of the bathers on the other | aitic, the bathers she had tried to I escape. "I'll have to carry you," he decided and, lilting her bodily in his arms, he set off through the trees without further ado. "I'm too heavy, Jim!" she protected, her face against his chest, Ihe exhaustion she had been fighting stealing" over her, taking possession of her body. Beneath her ear she could feel his heart pumping hard and It filled her, suddenly, with n. feeling of safeness, of being cared for. She pressed closer to him, and her arms went about his neck. "Jim," she brought out, realization of all that had happened taking hold of her. "Oh, Jim!" He halted for a moment and stood, looking down at her, seeing the tears that started in her eyes. "Don't, girl I" he said, and his voice wiis tender. "Don't cry. You're not to cry again--ever! You're safe with me, now." His arms strained her to him with a new tightness and she felt his heart racing. He rubbed his face against her wet hair. "Do you understand?" he brought out "Yes, Jim, I--understand," she managed to murmur before she allowed her tiredness to overcome her completely, deliciously. · » * Safe! That word, spoken in Jim's low drawl was running through her mind like a song as she went back up her boarding 1 house stairs to her room. Safe! She had never expected to connect that word with a man, after all she had been through. She had never expected she would allow a man to love her, either, or to love anyone herself. For Jim loved her! She knew that, now, and the realization was warm and .com.forting. It seemec to envelop her in a sense of security that was unlike anything she had known since the gay, thoughtless days back in Bridgewater. He was so casual about it, so sweel and so reticent. Not demanding, as she had always thought love must be. Through the long ride home he had scarcely spoken a word Lo her She had sat with her shoulder pressed to his, warmly, not needing to spealc. Now and then he woulc look down at her, and his eyes were solemn and tender, and the half-smile that crinkled-up his face was full of meaning. Meaning thsu made her heart race. He hadn't even kissed her. Por a moment as they sat in the chugging car before her boarding house to say good night she had thought he was going to. He had taken his .rms from the wheel and put them .bout her slim body and. held her nfinitely close for a long; moment, "Good night, girl," he said in th»- drawl she had come to know sor veil. His lips had rested for a moment on her hair. Then, as if ha knew the shyness that was possessing her, he released her gently, "Good night, Jim," she whispered", sack. "Thank you for a beautiful time. It's been--wonderful." "I'll wait until you get to your room," he told her, protectingly. Turn on the light and wave. Until tomorrow, then." He gave her hand a parting: pressure and she felfc suddenly humble. "Until tomorrow--Jim." Jus t that, but her heart was v singing as she hurried, up to her room. It was so wonderful to be iiappy, she thought with queer mimility. So wonderful and so undeserved. She could still hear the comforting: chug of the noisy roadster a3 she-fitted her Key into the lock of her door. She turned on her light as she stepped into the room. Could 1 tie see her, she wondered, and flushed as a honk from below answered her question. Going to: the window, she watched the roadster out of sight, its tail light winking like a red eye in the night- -- * * » She was still standing, there toy the window fifteen, minutes later, when a knock at her door and the whining voice of her nevr landlady interrupted. "A telegram for you, Miss Ack~ erman," the woman sang out before. , she could open to her. "It's been here since- before supper, and t couldn't raise .you. It must be real important. It's from the capita]--" "From the..capituil3" Lona's face paled suddenly, and her hand shook as she took the fateful yellow en,-" velop. It must be Daddy. · . Her worst fears were verified. ·- "FATHER DYING. COME AT ONCE," it said, cruelly, in bald, uncompromising capitals. For a moment the'room whirled. "I didn't know you came from the capital." The landlady was eyeing her curiously. "Anything happened that's bad?" "I must use the.telephone,'* Lona managed to bring out, then. Her hands were trembling, and her legs were shaky under her weight as she went back down the steps she had mounted only a little while ago so confidently. Fumbling-, she dialed Mrs. Peterman's and asked for Jim. Tc Be Continued) Further proof of the doleful inferiority of living standards under the dictatorships is contained in a current _ecpnomic survey by the. National Association of Manufacturers. NAM economists figure one hour's wages will purchase this many average baskets, of food in the various countries: United States - _..,, 2.83 Great Britain _ . 1.26 France _,, __ 1.23 Germany _,, _ 1.02 Italy 65 Russia .40 EACU OK these ads brings together two pcoplo-advertiscr nnd reader--for their mutual benci'.l and satisfaction YOU'LL COME acrobs pracUcally every- Uiinfi you need if you look over the Clarified Section every day. EXTRAVAGANCE and classified reaa- Ir.y cannot exist together. Volts, Amps Annex West Penn Matches Bowling at the West Penn ailej's Monday night the Volts defeated the Motors three straight and the Amps swept its three games with the Watts in games rolled in the West Penn Duckpin League. DUNBAR, Mar. 1.--Quarterly conference will be held at the Methodist Protestant Church in Ihc S. P. I. Class rooms Thursday evening. Sunshine Circle svill meet at the church Friday afteinoon at 4:30 o'clock. Holy Communion will be given at the Sunday morning service by Rev. William Hamilton. Lodse Meeting Thursday. Mary of Mt. Virgin Lodge will hold its monthly meeting Thursday evening at Junior Hall. There will be a social hour afterward and all members are asked to be present. Seventh Child Is Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shipley announce tlie birth o£ a baby girl at 11:50 o'clock Monday evening. It is the third girl and seventh child in the family. The mother and daughter are getting along nicely. Mrs. Shipley will be remembered as Miss Martha Coftman. Other N r c\vs of Interest. Miss Jessie Gildroy, a West Penn employe, is confined to her home with grip. Mrs. James Reed was visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Tremba, at the Conr.ellsville State Hospital Monday evening. Mrs. David .Keffer of. Clairton is spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Willis Craig at Pcchin. Mrs. Alex Porter and daughter, Sara Catheiinr, and Mrs. Edward Worsel were in Uniontown Tuesday evening. Miss Gladys Spencer of Clairton is \isiting Mrs. Louise Wells. Nick Soldar.o, Lawrence Bruno, Robert Dunaway. John Bogusky, Alex Skle'iar, Walter Moore, James Reed, "Greek" Bruno and Edward Mahan n-.otored to Blacksville, W. Another Fun Night Program Thursday The second edition of "Fun Night" will take place Thursday evening at the Connellsville Recreation Center. The program is scheduled to get | under way at 7 o'clock. The program will include community singing, several short skits by Richard Foote, tap dancing by. Lillian McFarland, accordion solo featuring Rose Alleece, vocal solo by Harry Stafford and a specialty dance by Babe Lepera. Clyde Rude will act as master o£ ceremonies. Kelso Atkins is general chairman of the Fun Night committee. Revival Services To Be Held Next Week at Breakneck Rev. Joseph Hull of Ursina will preach at a series of evangelistic services to be held next week at the Breakneck Church of God. The meetings will be held nightly, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. The music will be under the direction of Clifford Breakiron. Rev. G. W. Byrnes, pastor, will open the services Sunday evening, prenchir.g on the topic, "Lent and Its Relation to Revival." An im'itation is extended to the public to attend the services. Va., to participate in a basketball game Tuesday evening. Mrs. Huntley Cross was a Uniontown caller Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Turner and children of Mount Braddock were ! Sunday guests of Mrs. Turner's I ' mother, Mrs. John Gildroy. j David Ainsley and daughters, i Sally and Ora Lee, of Mount Braddock were visiting relatives Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke of Pittsburgh were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Moyer. Mrs. Rose Laughrey of Un;ontown was visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Trenker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bryner were visiting with the latter's mother, Mrs. Anna Hughes, over the weekend. Dancer Is Married. NEW YORK, Mar. 1.--Eleanors Whitney, 21, gave up her dancing as she was married to Frederick Backer, 30, foimer assistant United States attorney, son of Mrs. Sarah Backer of Mew York, in "a quiet ceremony in Mrs. Backer's hotel apartment. Annusi Junior Fighl Meet Begins March 2 Entries have been coming in rapidly for the annual junior boxing championships of the Allegheny Mountain Association, A. A. U., to b« held at the Metropolitan Club, Wood street, Pittsburgh, on March 2, 3, 4 and 6. Prizes include a beautiful silver ring scene for the winning team, gold medals for winners in the eight classes, silver medals for the" runners up; and bathrobes for defeated semifinalists. Angof? to Fight Ferrando Monday PITTSBURGH, Mar. 1--The greatest fight ot the year is scheduled for Motor Square Garden, next Monday night, March 6 when Sammy Angott of Washington, Pa., meets Joey 'Ferrando of Ashtabula, Ohio, in the main event, of the best looking all star fistic" card presented here in years.

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