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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNBLLSVILLE. PA. PAGE FIVE. BRICK FALLS 20 FEET AND HITS WORKER Westmoreland Homesteads Man Suffers Scalp Injury. RAMSAY STUDENTS BEGIN BOXING Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 17.-John Gradish of thc Westmoreland Homesteads escaped serious injury while working on thc Homesteads schoolhouse Wednesday morning when a brick fell 20 feet and struck him on the head. Suffering with a laceration he was taken to Frick Memorial Hospital where he will be kept for observation. Boxing Class Begins. Superintendent John C. Habcrlcn has completed arrangements for boxing classes to be conducted at thc school under thc direction of Homer St. Hilairc, WPA recreational director. Thc class will be held in thc brick field house at thc rear of Ramsay High School. Twenty members have enrolled with 10 being taken on esch evening. Equipment used in training boxers has arrived. Hospital Staff Meets. Dr. W. A. Marsh read a technical paper before the staff of Frick Memorial Hospital at its regular meeting Wednesday. Lunch was served. Dr. M. J. McCloy was made a member of the staff. Entertains Church Society. Miss Dons Barclay of East Smithfield street was hostess to the Women's Missionary Society of thc Lutheran Church at its regular business and social meeting Wednesday evening. Garter Snake Seen. A garter snake made its appearance in West Main street Tuesday afternoon, across from the Clark Fox property. It is thought that thc warm weather of Sunday and Monday had brought the snake out. It is unusually early for a snake to be iccn. Unemployed Office in Armory. Thc branch office for registering of unemployed has been established in the basement of the Armory in Eagle street. Funds provided by the State for thc renting of a room have become exhausted and thc office was forced to move to some location Â·where no lent would be asked. Son Born at Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cooper of Ruffs- dale announce the birth of a son at Frick Memorial Hospital Wednesday morning at 5:15 o'clock. Both mother and son arc getting along nicely. Throat Operation. Ronald Gratzingcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Gratzingcr, underwent a throat operation at Frick Memorial Hospital Wednesday morning. Tarcnt-Teachcr Mcctinjr. Thc second of tlirce meetings scheduled by thc Parent-Teachers Association will be held nt Ramsay High School auditorium this evening -Jhe annual Founder's Day observ ancc will mark the meeting and a T former presidents have been invitee to be present. Farmers' Institute. G. Wylie Overly will preside at ar all-day session of the ninth annua Farmers' Institute to be held in th Grand Theatre Thursday, February 24. Motion pictures will be showi through the courtesy of thc manage jnent of the theatre. Music will b furnished by a group of Hurst Higl School students. Bronchitis Cough-Tonight Sleep Sound All Right Long All coughs look alike to BUCKLEY* MIXTURE (triple acting)--one sip of thi Krand medicine usually vtops an ordinary cough--the tough old deep seated coug! and thc persistent bronchial cotuth ar usually checked nnd under control afte Just a few doses--no more tormenting sleepless nights. DUCKLKX'S MIXTURE Is different--If supreme--It "acts like a flash"--prove 1 with one small bottle. Over 0 million bottles have been sold in Canada--a single dp tells why. Burn's Cut Rate Drug Store. West Penn Firemen Meet af Ford Cify Saturday Evening Between 300 and 400 firemen wil ,-ittc-nd Uic meeting ot thc board o: control of the Western Pennsylvania Firemen's Association at Ford City State Armory on Saturday night February 26. Ford City is thc scene of thc annual convention to be held in August. Great-Grandfather at 55. YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio, Feb. 17.-- Ignntz Laubert, 55, is a great-grandfather. Mrs. Edward Bowon, his granddaughter, is the mother of a baby son. Thc maternal grandmother is Mrs. John Baker, 30. NERVOUS? Do Too fwl no arrroufl you wnat to Kream? At* you crow and frritablc? Do you tcald those dfÂ»rÂ«t lu you? If your time* aro on ede*. try LYDIA. K. iNKUAM'S VEGRTABLfl COMPOUKD. It olwn help* N*turÂ« Â«lm quivcrlnx . I'or tbmt ceatratioD* one wom*o b*i told uochw bow to to "smUloE tbtough" with LydiÂ« K. Pinkliam'* VÂ«xcUbl* Compound, it hrlp* Ki.tuiÂ« lon-i up tbÂ« Â»yitetD, tbu* IrwtD- ifg iba dbeomforU from the functlooal diÂ§- orders vtbicb votoen toast eadurc. Uakt a note NOW to get a bottle of worM- fÂ»m*Â»m Pinkbam'i Compound todiy WITHOUT FAIL from your druccfÂ»t-- morÂ« (bÂ«B Â» million wotoco oavo wnltco in tÂ«ttcrÂ» re* poflinj; twoefit. -\Vny not try bYOlA K. Perry Township Patron's Day Will Be Held February 22 PE.CRYOPOLIS, Feb. 17.--Thc annual observance of Patron's Day will be held Friday, February 22 in all Porry Township schools. In the Pcrryopolis school a program will bo presented in thc auditorium in the afternoon in which all ot the rooms will be represented. No Choir Meeting. The Community Choir will not meet Sunday, February 20, but will meet as usual on the following Sun- diiy, February 17. I Arts Club Meets. The Fine Arts Club met Monday night at thc home of Mrs. McClain Post of Smithton, with the president, Florence Louden, presiding. Thc program consisted of a paper on "Thc Science of Our Plant Life" by Emma Cook, nnd a talk on "Social Life in Early America" by Mrs. Earl Curtis. Benefit Card Party. A 500 party was held Monday night in Community Hall ot Whitsctt for the benefit of the baby clinic. Quite n number of people from both Perryopolis and Star Junction attended. Seventeen tables were in play. Mrs. Catherine Deeds, Robert Forrest and Dr. J. R. Martin received the prizes. Gift for Pastor. Thc members ot thc choir of thc Perry Methodist Episcopal Church presented Rev. Grimm with a leather billfold nnd key-container as n gift before his departure for the Holy Land. Rev. Hugh Miller, a senior student, at Washington Seminary is occupying thc pulpit until Rev. Grimm's return. Personal. Mrs. J. P. Hazcn of Smock has been visiting her sister, Miss Mary McKce. Miss Elaine Shelkcy, who is attending a beauty school in Pittsburgh spent thc week-end at thc home of her father, John Shelkey. Miss Edna Cook spent Saturday in Conncllsville. R. R. Stricklcr and Russcl Blair left Sunday on n short business trip to Baltimore. Mr. nnd Mrs. Shirley Hys-cll and daughter, Yvonne, of Columbus, Ohio, spent thc week-end with Mr. and Mrs. James Wolfe. Bobby Stimmcl nnd Charles Wil- hclm returned home from Uniontown Hospital Monday where they had been confined with spinal meningitis. Mrs. B. M. Wade has been confined to her home since last Thursday with illness. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Townscnd had a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Townscnd's brother, J. A. Townscnd, who was 81 years old. Just the immediate family was invited and thc guests numbered nboul 19. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Baker have returned home after a week spent in Uniontown with Mrs. Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rcnningcr. SCOTTDALE FIREMEN TO HOLD FAIR Committees Named for Activity Planned Week Of June 2. OTHER ITEMS / OF INTEREST Woman Takes ironing To Relief Station CHICAGO, Feb. 17.--As Mrs. Cnthcrinc Styka fluurcd it out, it w;is up to the relief folk to keep her two school-age children in nently ironed clothes. Unable to make ends meet on a reduced allowance', she packed tip her laundry and iron and started to work on a shirt. When n supervisor said something about the rules, Mrs. Sykn's rejoined was: "I get now only 542 a month nnd S1.27 for kerosene. So now I do my Ironing with your electricity." SCOTTDALE, Feb. 17.-- At a meeting of thc Scottdalc Volunteer Fire Department Tuesday evening President John Ruth announced committees for thc fair scheduled for thc week of June , as follows: General, Albert Reynolds, Edward Rollinson, Walter Haincs, Cecil P. Loucks and Wade Weaver; stand, Edward Murray, Clarence Brown, Don Daughrcy, George Murray, Albert Stoncr, Scward Wygglc and Roy Starrctt; fence, James Nell's, N. E. Clarkson, Jeft Fox. Arthur Baughman, Jeff Hartman, Clyde Hincs and Theodore Farmer: advertising, Harry Laughrcy, Earl Sturlz, Wayne Farmer, Vcrnon Kellcy, William Becker and George Miner; parade, II. L, Bccgle, Roy Baker, Robert Hill, John Warrick, Howard Miner, William Weaver and Joseph Mihm. Thc department decided to sponsor an old fashioned July Fourth celebration with a large parade. There will be a carnival here during thc week. Special Trayrrs. Special prayers for revival services at the First Baptist Church, beginning February 20, were held Wednesday evening nt thc regular prayer meeting. Thomas A. Filer, thc blind soloist, will be present, beginning Monday, February 21. No Arrests Made. Chief of Police Frank Ganoc says no arrests have yet been made in thc I. B. Posncr jewelry store robbery in Broadway early Monday morning. Fire at Lumbrr Plant. Water standing in the main line [ leading to thc Charles A. Briggs TAimbcr and Supply Company at North Scottdnlc was just sufficient to smother out a fire whirh started in thc sawdust bins Wednesday j morning. The cause of thc fire has j not been determined. The Citizens Water Company had i the line leading into the- plnnt torn I up replacing it, thereby putting the ! sprinkler system out of commission ) j for the time being. j Mlwlonarr Society MrtU. ! Mrs. Daisy M. Bash was lender I ; at the regular moi-tmg of the Mis- j nonary Society of St. Paul's Lu- j thcnin Church, held Wednesday i-v- ', ning at the home of Mrs. J. K. An- ' derson in Arthur avenue. Mrs. Wai- , ter HiurU's was nvsistant hoUes Entertain.! Srwlnc Clah. Mrs. E. S. Glasgow of Mulberry i street was hostess to thc Ladies' i Sewing Club ot its regular meeting ] Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Rath I* limit**. i I Mrs. Ray !!ath of Pearl street was ] Â· hostess to the Hnppy-Ga-Lucky Club I i at hr-r home Wednesday evening, j Refreshment* followed Uic* playing | j of cards during the evening. Doilies a Bright Idea in Lace lousclioUl Arts l,y Alice Brooks Exquisite Sine Design Enhance* Doilies of Three Sizes PATTERN 5987 Decorate buffet or luncheon table in a new way! Treat them to this set of lacy doilios that will set your room a-sparklc! They're gloriously easy to crochet, and even a beginner will have a set finished in no time. Striking in mercerized string in three practical sizes (18, 11, and 6 inch). Pattern 50P7 contains instructions for making thc doilies; illustrations of them and of stitches used; a photograph ot doily; materials needed. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents in .stamps or coin (coin preferred) to The Courier Household Arts Depl., 259 W, 14th Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAMU. ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Child Labor Act Is Ihc proposed Federal child labor I amendment after an American-Labor in NAUI Vnrb i P ;ir 'y warning that they were com- III new I U F H j mitting "political suicide." There were -10 votes for ratification Hy United Press. ..and 107 votes against it. Scventy- ALBANY, N. Y., Fob. 17.--New six ,votes were necessary for ap- York assemblymen again over- I prov.il. Last year it was defeated, whclmingly rejected ratification of M2 to 102. Hoover, in France, Fearful of More War Windber Miner Dies Under Falling.Post By United Prcis. SOMERSET, Ftb. . 17. -- Austin L.E HAVRE, France, Feb. 17.--, Bu/chcr, 22, of Windber, was- killed Herbert Hoover said on hi* arrival i in:|lantly Monday in Mine No. 40 of Wednesday tliat "I do not want to sec ' ' n f Bcrwind-Whitc Coal Company another war, but what is happening wll.cn struck by n falliim timber. llirouRhoul the world makes -me I putchcr and Stanley Grcssick were tearful of another outbreak." ' preparing to take down a cross-bar Mr. Hoover, only living former! preparatory to putting up a new one. United States President and head of'| He suffered a skull fracture. the Belgian Relief Commission during the World -War, is cnroute to I Northwest Land of Cherry. Brussels Cor a visit. ' SEATTLE, Feb. 17.--A report re- Addressing French and Belgian officials who greeted him as he disembarked from the United States liner Washington, Mr. Hoover said: "During the World War I never dreamed France and Belgium would so fully recover from the terrific I damage." leased by the Department of Commerce showed 10 Washington counties and 11 Oregon counties among the top 80'counties in the country having the most'cherry trees. DON'T ni:r m- NIGHTS ITS ABNORMAL. It's nature'.-, warn- ins "Danger Ahead.' Your -25c- back- it this fails. Flush the kidneys as you Warsaw Bans Motor Horiij,. TMÂ»TM- thc bowels. Prive out waste. W A T j Q A U r t'^u IT *m, Â· Alkalize excess actds. This helps sootha WARSAW, fob. 17.--The use .ol}, hc , rr , !;1 ,, on , hat wakcs you up . causes automobile horns in the heart oC the I frequent or scanty flow, burninn or back- city during the tiu, nnd in the whole I ache. Get juniper oil, buchu leaves, and of Warsaw during the right, has Â° othcr druBS majc '"'Â« grcon Â«Wcte. u i.-i -. j .^ Â· . Ju^t say Bukcls to any druggist. Locally been prohibited by thc ministry of at A . ' A . c!ar)( .. Drugslst--Advertise- communications. incnt. Â· WINS GRAND SLAM, THEN DROPS DEAD SPOKANE, Wash., Feb. 17.--A 50- year-old teacher scored a grand slam in contract bridge at a woman's club here, then slumped dead in her scat. She was Miss Clara Brown, Spokane grade school teacher for 17 yenrs. SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES TW. Old TrMtm.nl O/lÂ«n Bring* H*ppr Rtltef M"." r '""""Â· Miinw o.. I tint U.ii;'t,. qvlcUjr. car* th,, ,lÂ»nver tiÂ«l tl. reÂ»l ntm "'.it '", ft"" 111 * "Â·/ b Â« ""Â·' kiin'rÂ». TkÂ« kldMj, un NÂ»liuÂ«'i Â«hiÂ«t Â«Â»r ol ukln. tfcÂ« eicm dli Â«lyl wul. out of It. hlood. Mwt iwoplf pMfl Â»bout 3 plat* K dÂ«y or Â»bÂ«il 3 poiiod* of WMV. hwi.ot or icutyrwcM Â«iU iiotnioi *od burning tbowB there tn*y lÂ». loathine wiotn Â»lth your kida*}. or bUddrr. 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