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DAILY COURIER, CO1S NELLSVILLE. 1'A i SATURDAY, MARCH 1, JL33O ·" .1. O. ( . l I, ASS ( i : i , K H K A T K S TW K VI' Y-T E l i 111) A M V K R S A RT T h e i v e r i l y - t h i r d ; i n n i v e r s ; j . r y of the .'. O. P. Chu;s of t h - First Methodist Kpiscop; ! S u n d a y School w a n cek 1 - !ratMl 1 iii- n i g h t in tho social rx)m of t'h-p church w i t h ti oovorod-diwh l i i n o l i f o r f o r nienibvr;i a n d t h o i v I'amili-txs. The appointm-enls \vorx 1» red, whire and blue. The tajbVoa woro doonrato.t w i t h cut iloworn ami tall rofi t.-ujiTs in crystal holders. The arm Ivors ttry colob ration was one of tho largest over hold, approximately ono j H i Q ' I r e d mm"ber,s am) gtxwsts bei n K present. jjtt»r :n tho evening a social sossion waK onjt-yed. Th-e feature aTnuBomenti; wore v a -tons game* and musk:. At tho buiiines* mooting Mrs. baUni Clark, p ·.-« tdMrt, submitted hor an- roport, vhioh showed tho pa«t yoar to hav» bo-en roost wiwotfrsful. Th J. O. C. Class was the lirst to re orgn-iiiHxl In th« Sunday School and 'iiiis tho largest membership. It was orK'tniised t. won ty- three years a«o by Miss \ n n u iVIcDlff^lt, who wa. 1 ) also teaohor of tho class until leaving Con. n*llfxvUl4 for Stoulveirvillo, OJiio, and later t a c i s i g up her residence in W a s h i n g t o n , D. C. Mrs. U-t-orgo Mc- C'lay. n o w residing- in Me Reexport.. sucf.ft(ioti M i s s Mc-niffett as tea oho r and cotr inuod to servo in t h a t capacity u n t i l k'ltviiig w i t h h«r family tor Latrobo. to reside. Mr«. Lanua 1'otors wa.s s-Ur.ttxl tpacher following' the r«#iguat-on of Mrs. J^lcClay and i.- now swM-vins h e r eighteenth consecutive year. The membership Increased Ktoadily and at tho presont time about eighty T, omen aro ouroll-etl. Mrs. ivk'- Ciay was a m o n g the guests of the clas.s l a t t n i g h t . Latest I (iriftian Frock Evening Wear ; GIRL'S OF I.VTKHKST IN I MI'SH Margaret Clarissa AJlbrig'iit, thiilg-iiUM of Mr. and Mrs. . R. D. All- b r i K h t o'' P i t t s h u r g , and Kuv-iiiond J. W i t t e n b ' ri;, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. \ V i t t e M l x rsj of. \ V i l k i n s b u r g , were niiiu-il i-; uiarriaso \Vodri-esday, 1'Vb- r i i i t r y Hi;. at Uu- Ame:; Mot hod 1st. lipis- copal C h u r c h of HaxeKvood. Hev. M. .Moo.se, tho pnstor, ofliciattd. assisted by Rov. T. M. U u n k l e of CauoiUiburg. Tho b:ide wore a gown of poudro bliio georgette and hat of m a t c h i n g r o U i r . t i e r flowers wore whlto carna- t i o n s tr.fl m a i d e n h a i r Corn. Mis.s M a r t h a I S . Hotrick of UojTiokisville. hor cousin's bridesmaid, was a t t i r e d in a pon-n of Hose of Sharon silk '·rope a r i l hat to harmonize. She ·: arrie-d a sheaf of yellow rosey. K v a n K t » l : s t Thomas K. H ergot of M o u n t . U'ashiniTton, Pit.Lsbu.rp, wa;i Mr. W i t t . - n b e r g ' s best man. Tho bride's i n o t h o v s a f o r m e r resident ot Oon- n c l l K v l i l ' - . KT m a i d e n nam«» wa.s B U ' T I S - S l ' M » A Y S( HOOL C L A S S ;;jvf:s C O V K U K I M M S H SI/TPEK Tlio S l u d a y school class of t h e First B a p t i s t C h u r c h t a u g h t , by Mrs. . l i i l i n H. W o r k and composed of youns K i r l s iH-l'l a r.ovured-d'iKh supper last n i g h t at, li:;5U o'clock in the social room ol' ihe. c h u r c h . F o l l o w i n g the supper t ' l o r e was a !'.ishi»SM .session, a f t e r w l i-eh t h e e v e n i n g was K i v e n over t o t h e f o l l o w i n g p r o g r a m : Reading. Mist K v e l y n Fike a n d Miss M a r i o J o r t U i n ; piano solos, Miss (!i';u-, K osier and Miss Lorraine Jordan. C o v e r s w o r e laid for Mrs. W o r k , the teat: m r , M a r y Elizabeth Snyder, L i l l i a n r.yatt, K l a i n e Pierco, l-/orraino J o r d a n , Madge Gemas, Evelyn I'Mku, B o a t r i u u Colborn, Dorothy Vhivtman a n d M a r y E l i z a b e t h U,ima£\ Scvoral SU-oslH w*»re iil.so pres-onl. I'OIT.IUK C L I ' B JIKL'TS W I T H M.11JS. W. B. D O W N S Mrs. \V. R. Downs e n t e r t a i n e d t h e C o t e r i e '.'lub at her h o m o in South K i ' . ' h t l i M r c - e t , W e s t Side, o n Friday u i ' t e r n u O i i w i t h ten mom burs and one ;;uost b e i n g present: Xe\v programs for t h e \ e : t r w e r e .wiv-eii to oitoh i n e n i - h i : r . I t v e r e s t i t i s papers w e r e read: M r * , t). '.'!. M i n e r d . on "Abraham L i u - rolr..." M r s . H. W. Alle/n on "(leorse W a s ' i i i u ; on." anil Mrs. J a m e s R u s s e l l on ' " V u . m a s Edison." A d e l i r i o u s l u n c h '.v; .- served by the hostess.!. Tho n e x t , u i e i i i i i f ; w i l l bo hold at the h o m e o f M r s . J o h n I H i r b i n i n S o u t h N i n t h .street ·.! M a r c h 2S. F A V K T ' I K r O I ' N T Y W O M E N » N V I T K 1 TO (.'-MJB M E K T I 0 Meni.f r« of tlu' fayette C o u n t y hVdonition of Woman's C l u b havo lwH i n v tel to tho a n n u a l meeting of t h e ftoiu h western Dint riot of Ponn- sylvanii". Women and district tn«titntea to bo h - i . l Wednosiday. March 5, in the MotM S hen ley, Pittsburg. Morning .--rs.sior,.s w i l l be-gln at 10:30 o'clock and tho afternoon, at, 2 o'c.loo-k. The program tor tho afternoon will include a t ! a d d n - s s by Mrs. John A. Frick, j i r e s i k M i i i f tho State Ffxtor a t ion. Thit darit teoar it on tiont from it of crept yxUote and thrffi jau practically The coot, · carrying at to uccompi lout lama t S frock for nvfrunff ' of thf lalftt Imparta- Paris. The gown il»tAf georgette, in fonet of grftn, ttilh a tcrin of ity tattels mpptying tha onfy adornai«nt, 'kith thf. yatmg Imdy It id which KMM dafiffntd ny tha frock j* of j-el- mbrnidffrftl teith pearlJL. B A S K E T B A l E. I The E. I)i Gret-nwooil C h u r c h h e k j n i g h t i n t h e w i t h about, t tendance. / t w o c o m n i i t . t a r ( ^ : H i c k . .' and J. L. Ho monti-i, H a r r v E r w i n L. Fr H a n d w i c h e ; j) the close after whi(-ii twocn the }·]. wool Metln School joyed. of the and The Oreo mooting w i l Mar;h 2S, ii c h u r c h . MRS. A. ,!. .1 Mrs. A. J. members of n i n g at. h e r street. K l e tonduiice, (i Charlet; I^ig K o n n o t h -". i a n , ol ; 1'iatti ·spent at. f; Storey v,oi w h i c h wuti 1/uiu-h was : Miss Fran t a i n t h e c l u l Friday, Man L ;A.ME FOLLOWS »l'W CLASS M E E T I N G t i n Bfljie C'laas of tlio Mothodiivt Epiwcopal itt; r e g u l a r mooting lust (cial room of tho church v e i i i y - f i v e portions in.at- · the biisSriwfi sees ion es ivoro apixiintel. Thoy . J. Brown, H. .1. Knsloy .ert-^; social and rofrosh- D u n n , \V. E. TX'Bolt an3 e. and cofl'e we.ro served of the buninfes meeting a ba.sketbHll gamo be- l ) u n i Five of the G r e e n - ·li)-'t Kplscopal Sunday The Ramblers, wats encore wa« SJ4-22 in favor woixl toyH. The next IK held ll'Viday night, tho aociai room ot the UA/.ATIT Cl.UB W l l . i , , Sl'llIM; COX'ERT I\ M A I With it« uiuHicel comedy, wh'wh w n s presented last, woek, out of t h e w u y , t h e Mozart. C ' l u h is n o w l o o k i n g , f n i - w a i ' d to I t s annual s p r i n g c.otu'ert.. j -(: ho g i v e n d u r i n f f iMiisii.: \Veelc, in May. At the s e m i - m o n t h l y meet ing o!'; r,ho c l n h T h u r s d a y n i R h t . iit t h e C h r i n - tiuu C h u r c h , t h e p r e s i d e n t , .MrH. P o t e r Ft. Weimer, Homed a comrnitt.oo coiti- poned of Miss Pearl Keck. Mrs. Sarah ! S V i l l l a n i H !''cm;tenn;iclier n i i d M i n n i IClizabcth Stevens to a r r a n g o for it.. I The next m e e t i n g , on M a r c h 1", w i l l ; be "gnevit evonins," in charge of Miss Peirl Kock. Gue«tK of tho c l u b w i l i provide, the p r o g r a m . i\lr;i. Woliiinr ippointod a committee on lunch for . " h a t occasion compwtxl of. .Mrs. J o h n I 1 '. Dubson, Mr«. L. hUiralknv, .Minn Keplna (.iineburg, Mrs. S t e w a r t . Mii-is ' Sarah Goodwin, MiM» Lola lletwiler i and M i s s J u n e Collin-.i. 1 Four new rnornbe,r^, A. J. HeynvJds. ! . l i i n o C o n f c h c n o u r , l')«in G e h r i n j ; and Miiv; P a u l i n e Honrbach, wore received, Mrs. W«imer was K' v - n it vote of t h u n k t * for l h" excollKtit in;mnor in w h i c h tihe h a n d l e d the- iinmerouK tasltn connoct.ed w i t h the preKonta.- tlon of "Why Not'.'" K. L. Hnl)jerfo7Yl wan in chargo o f , i h o p r o g r a m w h i c h followed tho butii- nes« Koisaton.. Taking p a r t on the program wore Lortiy Hoover, t e i t o r solo, w i t h Mtti. L. fl. Hoover aw ac- t-ompaultit; paper on P o n n a y l v a n i a In music, Mr. T t u t h e r f o r d ; solo, "When You're A w a y , " Mies Hare. Good win, w i t h Miss Mildred Snader a« accom- i i a n i s t ; tonor solo, "On t h p Roai to \Iandalay," Mr. Rutherford, w i t h iMii-i. Mary bnciiw as acconipaniBt. D A M K S OK M A L T A W I L L SK.M) D E L E G A T E TO PITTSBUllC! S u l n t O m a r Sister hood, Iameij of M a l U i , h e l d its r e g u l a r nuveUug: I n u t n i g h t I n Odd Fellow* Mall, at. w h i c h tiine a good re.port was si veil ot the food sale held last Saturday. Mrs. Carrlo Errolt was elected a dolofjato to a meeting ot tho Past. Protective Association A p r i l 'JH, !u r i t t s b u r g . At t h i s t i m e the p r o t e c t i v e degree, will be p u t , on. Mrs. liklith D u i i R t o n w i l l wntertat? the P. (.!. C l u b Friday night, March 7, at lu-r h o m e in l.-incoln avcnuo. Be raty Queen in Stat; Contest E-wslyti Witt, tfho as ' Miss Shamo- kln" will reJw^sent he · home town in the iJtate Itetraty -ontest, held at WiUcae-Berr*. Pa. Tha winner of thin contest vrill ! o known as "Mks Peaaiiayl»ania" ad will represent tlie Semitone St tto in the national contast, to ba b sW at Miami Beach, STla.. tn Marrf A« is evidenced in the phottHp iph, Shamokin pretfern blqndws. I M K S 1KWTKSS TO THF J. B. I. (M,FB J n n t r . ' i f n l ' M - f a l n e i l thf ho J. H. 1. C l u b hu-t ovo- onio at 10(1 K;ist l ; 'iiyetto en mornborn were In at- sv t h i v t i pucsts, Mrs. i t y of t h i . * e l i y ;i nd Mr«. Uo\v ;:nd d u i m h t f - r , Viv- rioro. The e v e n i n g wafl n c y w u r h . Mr«. Charles t i i ' x utti.'inlai'oe p r i z o kiiiaH'i by I he hoHtftss. ·rvei by tho h)Bt**6. f n t . p i c f i l i t c r w i l l orrt.er- at Hi* 1 next. muotiiiK, on :i 1 1. Ilk'l) ry Square Class. Tho r n o n t l ly B i b l o Clsi.".s if d a y School ,vi evoning at i 1 J. C. K i n g , in.c; it great nioitibt'i's of t o a t t e n d t h and plaro o k n o w n l a t e r . nii-etiiiK ot the A d u l t H i c k o r y Sijuare Suns h e l d on Wednesday ie home of MT' ''hese m c j o t i n j r h e l p t o t h e the class a r e n e x i sfi'iHlon w h i c h w i l l and Mrs. are prov- clans. A l l r"q'K'Sled ' h i - t i m e bo made Ko/,Pl-Patiil. The i n a r r : ifie of Mis;; .Margaret Ko7.ol, daug! t c r of Mr. and Mrs. ! Cioorpp Kox 1 of Woodtfido and A n - j drew P a t i t k , son of Mrs. M a r y P a n i k ! of Shoaf, 1): s been aviiKjiinced. The ceremony \ V I . H Holeinni'/.ed S a t u r d a y , Febriiitry 2^, w i t h Rov. K r a n c i H or otllclatinp Postponed. The monthly moeting of the Greenwood I.incywork Club will be held S a t u r d a y afternoon, March S, in the h o m e 01 Mrs. Mary Braah/ear of T r u m p aveiutfl instead of next Tuee- day a f t e r n o o n . iMenibera are asketl to t t c : m i u « In date. Entertains Clas«. T h e m o n t h l y moetlnp of the B. C, r. cla.-:^ ..if tiw- First Hapttet Church wi;, hcl.! last «H'«.nlng at the home of j :\)r. FO.il )li W e l k e r in Carnegie avo-| n u e . A t t . ' r t!ie lU!sin«i« Kossiion M!«p j K l e a n o r llaniitgo gave «ov«ral piano ! selection. 1 . C!anu'! wore- ultso pliiytxl. At :h cl se tho hotjtesH isorvod a de- 1 licionti l i i n c h . T h o n e x t im««jkm w i l l 1 bu a; ( i n - honu) oi Mru. Kalliltxui K i n g 1 In Sontli ( ' o n n e l l ^ v i l l o . O n o v i s i t o r , : Mis* C o n s u m e r 1 I r e n e K i n s c , was p i v t s - I ·Ml. : WUll -Hrs. Cox. | M r s . !·' ruik Cox w i l l e t i U ' r t a i n Um A, K. W. C l u b Ttit-t-tlay nig'ht at her home lit Kast. C r a w f o n ! avonuo. oui- Kiiflilep T h o J u n l o t tained Fvida Miss Kathlce avOntie. Th tastic appoii supplemontei I t l K l i scoro « Heri'on and ron. This w after Kaater. ULsirr Annount:en rlage of Mis danghtor of I\ of Hopwood, ton. Jr., son A r t h u r Upton Kng'laiwi, wh Febmmi-y 22, ian. Cliurch Robert J. St matron o£ h served as be attendants w and her siatr- of Unlontown in the Hop associated C o m p a n y of Hov. Dr. V . H. M e t r i c k , p a a i o v o f T r i n i t y h u t h r u n C h u r c h , m a d o t h e c o n c l u d i n g pi i y u r at u p r o - L c i i l i - n ret r e a t , c o n d i i c ml T h i i r s i l u y n i K l i t in f J i - c - o n s l i u i - K ( . / t h e men o f t h o laitli- oru,u cougreg u i d t i - i 01' t h ; i t d i y . F. Mill 31. flub, MUSK t l u z p i I l c t r i c k w i l l o n t o r t u i n iVic F. and V C l u b Tnc*d;iy n t j - l i t at lior homo I n !.iuf.er fetrcot, Soulli i ,\'(t-(«rath . Bridge Club was on-tor- · evontiiE at Iho home. of. ·i McGrath in Mc-Cormiok re wore- two tabloK. Fun- tir.eni.s prevuilod. Lunch t h u games. Prizes for -IK won by Miss Frances ow by Miss Marion Keris the laat meeting u n t i l inge Announced. ent is made of the mar- Marian Ijittlo Dymond, r. and Mrs. J. S. Dyimond and I)onglan Arthair Up- .f Mr. and Mrs. Douglas of Forest Crale«, London, eh took plae-e. iturday, it the Second Presbyter- of Unlontown. Mrs. am8 ot N«w York was · nor and Mr. St.earns t man. The only other re Mrs, Margaret Felty :', Miss Helena Williams The brid« la a teacher od £:hools. Mr. Upton is i t h the Royflton Paper Vlilltowii, N. J. Kvivftirelical Mlsslounry 31 oo Tho Woman's Mlsislonary .Sorit-ty oi t.ho South CoiiTioJlBville l'-vu!i!rolii';i! C h u r c h m o t T h u r s d a y n i g h t a ; t h e homo of M r s . W a l t o r She-crinj; ot South ConiKMisville. IClovc-n uiombers and thrf' 1 v i s i t o r s wf-r present. M r s . U. A. Mill.H of M n i K ' i ^ . !iul., w«,s an out-ot-town guest. Sho is th*' gii?cit of her s i s t e r , M.n!. 1. P r i o h a r d Tho society planiiod for ii p l a y to lx g i v e n in tbo jioar f u t u r e . Tho noxt. m-ftin.o: w i l l bo hold Maroh Ti \n tho homo of Mrs. Pricturd. Mrs.. ISheoritm sorv^l l u n c h . Culture Club Wit) Mert. The. Wonian'K C u l t u r e C l u b w i l l meet M o n d a y a f t e r n o o n in tlio c ! u b rooms u l t h e C u r n o j t l e Free L i b r a r y . Miss Rebecca Saiitrr w i l l bi l e a d e r w! the literary program. There w i l l be special music arra.iigi.Hl by Mrs. Ro.se Carpenter. Covered DIsli Supper. P r e t t y a p p o i n t m e n t s pi-edomiuatx".i at «. covereni di«'h s u p p e r served j T h u r s d a y evoning to 40 mombftrts and t h e i r friend« of Uic. I^adien Dibte Clasn | of the, Wrat I3vanR?.li«il Church, at | Scottdalv. Ba;h memlwr brought a i cowrcd ll«h fillod w i t h aotnothin^ i»:- J licioiu?. Tall re'l la!X*ra woro p2a:t=! } in silver holdfr« and lighted d u r i n g j tho meal. Tlicro woro alu ViUiW j (HUxi w i t h Howt^rB al each end of the | table. The coriterpi«ce, which attract- ! ed con0id«rablo attoittion, was a Ivw- | kot of p i n k and yellow chryaauUic- j muuiH. The ivuppor wae in charpo of Mrs. Blair Shape. Mrs, Goorjja Swift, Mrs. TOlK-rt Hidonour and Mr». George Campbell. I're-Lcnt«n Dance,, A number of gueaus from Scotldale. and Connollsville attended a delightful pi-o-LonU»u dance given last night ut tho Pleasant Valloy Country C l u b by the, Ctu'b RiUy. Tho committee was composed of "Woody" C-offman and "K«n" Smath of Srxittditlo and "Don" HtillWigiiqn and "Bob" Herman of ConnellsviUo. The dance was marhed by attrac.llve appointmcnte. Tho h\rge ballroom wa« detxiratod with n n effoctivo sirrang^emcnt vf groen and white crepe patwir and m a n y vari-colored balloons. Durinp tho Intermission tho balloons, wuro released and showered among 1-he Isirlh of Son Ai r»oun(«(l. Mr. and Mrs. P re d B Hainet; of S21 L.i'berty slr»?«l,, Daqu« ic Plaotv, are announcing the birth o an eight and one half pinn! ison ^newtay, February, at the ICIlzabot ' Magee Hoe- piUi.1, Ptt-tebnrg. Mrs. Haines IK a. nieoe of M r s . M o l l a F )rd of Sotjth Eighth utretit and had a nomb»r of f r i e n d w h^rc.' ML-. Hain 6 is principal of Itn : ' v u n l o r hiprh chool of Du- Admitted to H i Two i a t i e o t « w-re ; Connollf-ville St-ii. 7-lof t r w i t m r n t . T i n y are eipht. y e a TM old, d a u . u h to the Hai today for .lary BovvorH, -?r of Mr. and Mrs. Harry s«!ll, of Duvi rvn'e.rs, a; 1 Oliver Ru6- ,*«juier Ifnujt S W i t h t? i i n m i n g K , au ;pioe« Rtoarfs D u n n W. C. T. I', at thf M. K. Church, Soat.h Pitsuburg etreet, lomlaj", MAIX-II 3-rd, 5:30 to 7 : 3 ' V Tk-fc -t« 50 contK, -- -27tob-ti Place Your Order at Louck's NOW! to insure delivery on desired date The following prices are effective during February and March: Ancona«?, White Buff, Brown and Blacjk Leghorns, per 100 ,,. Barred, White and Buff Rocks, per 100 _ Single and Rose Comb Rhode Island Reds, per 1.00 $13.00 $15.00 $16.00 Black Minorcas, W h i t e ami Silver Laced WyarulultCK, per 100 ..._ Buff and White Orpingtons, per T O O ...... Light Brahmas and Jersey BJack Giants, per .100 $16.00 $16,00 $20.00 Heavy Mixed Breeds, per 100 $13.00 Wo Also Sell Buckoy^ Brooder Equipment, Chick Feed and Supplies of AH Kinds. Our 1930 shipment of Leonard's Bulk Seeds has arrived. We can supply your wants--in any quantity -- at lowest prices. LOUCK'S HARDWARE CO. Everything: in Hardware. 116 West Crawford! ConnellKvHle, Pa* BIG DANCE SLAVISH HALL West Side, Connellsvine Saturday, March 1st Hoars* 7:80 to 11:30 A (tmlssion--Gon ts, 75e; Ladies, 35e. Door Prize Will Be Given Part ·. By Ihe Ladir.s .:( ! onnt Sodality in St.. Hit a Sol xl Hall, Monday, M;irtti '·'. PHd^f», " 00" arid bingo. Lunch will be served. -- Wivertisomeot. WffcPtefvers Square Dance Trotter Aaditorinm Saturday, March 1st Hoars: 8 to 12 Admission--tkntls, 50c; Ladies, 2Sc. Licensed at Cumberland. Edward William Walkos of Nemacolin and Elizabeth Ruth Lilley of Gates, were license*! to wed In Cumberland. FUNERAL SERVICE FOR OTTO MURRAY The funeral service for CHto Murray, who diad Monday at his homo at 328 North PittS'burg street, was hold Wectnosday afternoon at the homo. Rev '.-· H. Ijamberteon, pastor of tho M^th-odiflt Protestant Church, officiated, .assisted Ty Rov. JJ. B. Mtnerd. Burial warf made In Mount Auburn Cetnetety at .Dunbar, Mr. Murray, a son of Mr. and Mrs. [. J. Murray, was lxrh in Uniontown 'October 20, 1871. His death followed .in illness of 10 yes,re. He was 58 years, seven months and 26 days of ago. For many years Mr. Murray was employed by th* H. 0, Friolr Coke Company as blacksmith, thm he was with Boyta, Porter Company. .'3V)r the lu«t flVe years he wan unabje 'o do any work. Ho wan h member !' tho Motlwd'lst Prote»Unl Cluin/h. Ho ia survived by his wife, Mrs. E''lornuee Olelhuid Murray, i\iul llvo '·liildroTi, HuKHOlt and Donnhi G, M u r ray at homo, H a r r y .1, M u r r a y of vMUisburg. JOBS M u r r a y of Conuolle- ville «uwl Mre. Mabel Blxler of I'ittu- burg. Mrs. Ilobert Eoyd of Coiiiiella- vilic, end ii brothor, George .Murray of Cleveland, -arid four f.:raiidchildren al- .r survive. DANCE Priek Auditoriom, LELSEWIUCNG,, PA* Monday, March 3rd Hours: 9 to 1. Benofit of Sfc. Vin«ent Be Pa«l Ohorch. CBp thw rf'ib1r«m"3 robbers tn- KoUwir with snap · tothes pli»a. Thoii. they will bo tc rctlver wboa tho youogsterti waot t wsno Who Ad-rwrttes A NEW ·RMANCE Uiose wlio SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER MARCH 2ND 12 to S P. M. $1 Relish Celery Hearts and Olives C licken Broth with Noodles Choice oft Roast Chick in --and Orattberry Sauce Prii ie Rib Roast of Beef, Au Jus Virgirua Bal ed Ham --Southern atylo, with Candied Sweets Jloast Leg o .Veal -with delicious dressing Choice of: Mast sd or Creamed New Potatoes Asp; ragus Tips with Btttter Sauce i Fruit Salad Straw be rriet and Cresam J Milk or Ice Cream and Cake . . . Tea, . . . Coffee Our Motto-and Good Foods at Moderate Prices." Cclonial Restaurant 29 N o r t h Pittsburg Street S!rii:tly .iiievlcnn Cooking--and so Honie-Likn. Ouoii Daily From 5::i() A. M. to 9:30 P. M. R A D I WERTHEIMER MOTOR West Crawford Phone AUTO DOC;TORS The heart of your car needs attertion if it is to go about its job with smooth ami economical efficiency. But the attention you gi'-'« it must be expert. Inexperience may prove xstly. Come here if you want service that means smoother running, less expensive cars. Baker's Garage Phon«; 1394 Where tie Western Marj'land Crosses the Pennsylvania. South 7 h Street, C'onnelb ville, I'a. OANS 300 If You Need Money for An j Emergency SEE US Fayette Loan Company Title Trust Bld«., 5th Floor. Connellsville, Pit Telephone 214 . 8*8 Bonded to the State. Children Not Bor«i I love children. Thpy rto not pnn tic of ye«t«-dny; tlu-lr IntereM* n r « ail of today one the tomorrows- I low* ehfMrwn.-- OaUy Looking f o ? Uur^ains T the adver'-UefflenU in Concrete Blocks We have large supply well season el rcx:k face and plain coneret.e blocks, all sizes, made at our plant located at 4th street and Meaaon Ave., We.«t Hide, Connellsvillc. ConsoSidated Coal Supply Company Phono nno. OUB

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