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SATURDAY. MARCH 1, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER, CONN DLLS' "ILLIQ, PA. PAGE SEVEN. NEWS OF DAY BRIEFLY RELATED , AT SCOTTDALE! Special to Tha Courtar. 9COTTDAL.K, March 1. -- T h o Jubi- le» f i r c i p ot the Methodist 1'ipl.scojwl riiurch presented ;i very charming fashion show at l h ' church yesterday afternoon. Mrs. 7. M. ZLminers had charge of th« program, which wan oj»emed with an organ number by ·Mrs. Walter KdKe. Mrs. XI miners then presented Miss Slo.ui, fa»liion«»t from Pit.tKburK, who with her pleasing personality and charm, took the women through a day and told them how to N smartly di*oas«d and what made I l.o smartly d-ressed woman. She tokl i! i h o varied lengths of skirts and of the smartness of couia and dwelt part i c u l a r l y on tlrests accessories. Miss Stella W.Mldell, as mod-el, showed a lace dress with jacket and a v*ry new Ore*:tan evt'tiins gown. Mrs. G. F. K e l l y sang a group of tiiinubers. She w;..s accotupiuiied by M-s. Forrest W. BMC*. Mrs. Ximineru tt;en a n n o u n c e d t h a t town, merchant.* would show what thoy csirried In th» w iv of new s p r i n g c : othe3. Misa K l U d s e Hater was at the piano. Coals a id drosses from M. M i l l e r Brother w cm shown by Kulh M i l l e r a n d Mar^ret K u r t z ; from C!rankel 1 a by Fog^y Newtoui-er and Margaret Con way a n d from Baynos' by Mis» Bloseom Murray. At. the cloao ot the m-ee-ting tea was served. Miss SleiU Weddell and MUs C'arrie Wiley pourod. The connnittot) in charge was made up of Mrs. Ix\ste.- B. Smith, Miiia bfelen StrU-kler. Mrs. rlarry SulUer. Miss Ann WTHV, Mrs, Eli/abeth Tati- n o h i l l . Mrs. .ludsc-n Van Un-n, Mrs. Judson Stricklor, Mrs. James 1'. S t r i c k l e r , Mrs. Ch.irlos X V i l e y , Misses Carrie and Margaret Wiley, Mrs. ,!. M. Z i m m e r s , M r s . l ' a i - 1 S n d e v , M r s . William S h a f f e r , Mi. Vorna S w a r t / e n - druber. M r s . A, ,1. S t r i c k l t M , M r s . K. K. \Veddell, Mrs. K11.-worth W a l t e r s a n d .Vi.ss M J l i a n Walker. I*repur« for Curd I'arty, The baseball co.nmltU'o which will sponsor a c a r d ( x i r l y at t h e a r m o r y on Tuesday C ' v e i i i n s at SS! 11 o'c'lot-k met. at t h e borouKli b n i l d t n t c hist even i n K a n d comtleti".l p l a n « f o r t h e party. Both hridfa 1 and nve-hundred vill be playwi. Mi«a b u c i l l o H o u R h i:, chairnuin. At. the pfewout time it liwks as it t h e p a r t y w o u l d bo one of the largo.st eve'. 1 h o l d in Scottdalo. Discuss Iiibniry Situation. Homer K. K u t h and G. K. Hutlle, T e p r o a e n t i i i g t h n .sr.Uool board, Walter !·'. S-toner and J a n u s I.i. Heynolds. r c p - v-sentins council and H. V i n t o u Over- h o l t . R. U. ( i r a f t and Doaald Keister l e p r o n t i n K the library trustees met at t if borough b u i l d i n g last c-veniiiK and a refill ly w o n t ov r the l i b r a r y s i t u a - i.on, what it t a k e r , to run it, how it an be run more conomi'.-ally. -V re- w i l l be iiwi'l-^ to council at i t s meeting o n M o n d a y e v e n i n g i'.nd w i l l bo the bas's on which coun- c i l w i l l set. t h e library millage. A u / o i i i o l i l p Sfokn. Polite are lookii.K for tho Buick car of Homer ituth, stolen from hS.s parago about 10 o'.-lock and yesterday n i o r n l n p about 7 o'clock when lu w o n t out to get H and i; wus not there. U i ; a Buick brough un. l!2, r model and ]-as the license m nibcr r:ii!)-.1. Mrs. U r a i t H«tos«. Mrs. Homer ( i r a ' t was hoslesa lo the \r?t division of th^ Wonum's Mis 8 ion- u r y Society of t h e United Brot.hren { liurch at a social and business mec-t- i i- on W e d n e s d a y afternoon. Healthiest Cq-ed SOVIET PREMIER'S ANTI-RELIGIOUS DENIAL SCORED CoiH . u u oil f r o m Pagre V"\vn sponsiblo ..idlctal* of fclio Soviet gov- o r u i i i e n t o - i numerous occasions r e n der suportluoua any labored demons t r a t i o n s of t h e i r i n t e n t i o n to ext i r p a t e all religion In Russia and then lu every o t h e r territory which falls u n d e r Communistic influence. 1 myself hoard tho prosecuting attorney of Ihe Soviet state. Mr. Kryl-en- ko, aals IIK-II on trial for t h e i r livos in Moscow in Ifti'i!: "Will you stop leaching the Christ i a n religion'.'" "We cannot," canvo tho answer. "H is the law ot: God." "That Jaw does not. -exist on Soviet t e r r i t o r y , " replied Kyrl-enko in tho , m i m e of the Soviet state. "As for your ! religion, I up It on it, as I spit on all "With perfect rccon health, agility, post* Helen Hoy Lawson, sity of Kansas ^oj been chosen tho mo.~ agile co-ed in tho i n t is the ciauglitor of n Madura, South Indi 12 years in India. . parked in an oriei she wore at a recital i in jicneraf ·re and feet. 19, U n i v e r - :iomoro, lias h e a l t h y and i t u t i o n . She missionary to i, and spent \bovc, she is tal costume co-ed dance REV. TRUMPMER OF Ml PLIiASANT HAS RESIGNED I'jistor of Luthoriu Cluirch Announces Accept)) uco of ('Jill To Jamca -tt-r. HAS BEEN PASTOR FOR SEVEN YEARS BODY OF FITZ HENRY MAN IS RECOVERED FROM YOUGH RIYER Tho body of a man believed to bo Adolpb Mi'/dic, 5 f ) , of Kit?. H e n r y , \VostinoroIund c o u n t y , wus recovered f r o m tho Y o u g M o g h e n y Ktver ut Kniithdalo. Paul Hydl and 'I'orl -Moore of S m i t h - f'.ale who slshtod the hotly notified morgive officials. Meyersdale M K Y K l l S D A I . K , M i i r c h L.--Tluirs- day o v c u i n u : u vo -y d u l i K l i U u l enter- H i n m o n t was tiel.l in SS. l-'hilip and Jamea Hall, at w h i c h t i m e the Men's Social C l u b of SS. I-'liilip and James C h u r c h e n U - r t a i i i e ' l t h e ladies of t h e parish. The curly part of t h e e v e n i n g V.-HS spent in p l a y i n g cards und bin so and those who cared to dance hud tho p l e a s u r e of doing so by m u s i c f u r n i s h e d by N a t K r i e d l l n e ' s O r c h e s t r a . A. musical program was t h e n r e n d e r e d w h i c h was K f f a t l y enjoyed by a l l . Those t a k i n g part were F r a n k Lucente a n d Joseph Dorry, who gave two very pleasing piano d u c t s ; Cecelia Dtunieo, vocal solo; Kita Dahl, piano solo; Betty Liicarver, bugle solo; vocal silos by Fred Itolden and lOu^eno. Hosteller. Very iUw, J. J. Brady Rave a short t a l k . Joseph F. Keich was c h a i r m a n of the e v e n i n g . A f t e r tlijs all repaired to the basement, when.' l u n c h was served by the g e n t l e m e n o n t h a t c o m m i t t e e The Firemen's M i n s t r e l at the N e w Mf.iu T h e a t r e , M o n d a y and Tuesday e v e n i n g s . M a r c h i and -i. w i l l iiu- d o u b i i M U y be t h e t i p show h i t o f t h e s ;tion in thLf c o m m u n i t y . The per- s · i n n e l of the t r o i . p is r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of Mi'.vet'Hdale's !«'si t l i e a t r l c u l t a l e n t a n d rt'ecru. r e l u - a i s a l s arc s u O i c i e n t proof t h a t t h e m iro c.ist w i l l In- at l : l v i r best o n t h i s ( n ' l - a K t o n . Mr:'. ( ' h a r S f s S u n d e r s , d a i i j ^ l i t i - i 1 . a i a r i f , and H U I I . .1 i r k . icl'i J-'riilay f o r u f e w days' V I H I I v . i i h t h e (ormer's U i ' i ' t h ' - r - i n - - l a w an I s i s t e r . 1'rof. and -Mrs. A. U. .M.fi-l-.irri'ii at \ V i l l i a i u s p o r l , I'a. Mr. ami ·'!'".·. (.' U \V.-av-.'r v i s i t e d i i U n i o i i l o w si on T l i u r s d a y . .Mr;. J o h n Ha re i n s a n d Misss M i n a H a r d i n p of S u l t s h i r y w*n c a l i i n t ; n\ I - i e n d s H e r o Ki'id iy. S p e c i a l !" T t i f M O U N T IpLKASAN' R e v . A. \V. P r u m p o i e f n i t y L u t h e r a n C h u r c h n.s p a s t o r of the c h u n t i o n to take effect M T r u n i p o t e r has s-ervei t h i s c o n g r e g a t i o n f o r i has accepted a call C o n s r o K ' i t l o n t i l t n r - e t i n at T r i n i t y f!»iro!i a L u t h e r a n C h u r c h i n t i t h e Middle- Ohu.-eh, T r u m p e t e r lia« al»(.i s to act on the re.slRna: l)«y of I'raypr r'«. The N a t i o n a l Day Missions w i l l !K; o!r L'tilled B r e t h r e n C h u i Friday, March 7, from m o r n i n g u n t i l 5 o'clo lilnx. A d e v o t i o n a l n: w i l l be c o n d u c t e d in tween the hours; of 1 P. M. Mrs. A n d r u w have charge of the n J. L. U p d e g r a p h w i l l the program. Institute K( A recital w i l l bo he- Pleasant I n s t i t u t e M a r c h ti, to w h i c h U v i l c d . Other » Mrs. Fred Heller Plan IULS gouo to the A p i t a l , PHlMburg, w h e r e go an operation for p H a r r y Uber, the s.ix Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Kb. f r o m h i s home i n K h u SUMiioricil l!ospi!al t r o a t m e i i t . Misses Lucy a n d Ne hostesses to t l i e .). O. Meihodi.st Kpiscopal r u K u l u r businesH und ut tlieir Main street h ' o u r i e r . , M a r c h !.-- pa.-;tor of T r i ha:-: r c s i c n i ' d h, l i i s rcsisua- t n h .1C. Rev. as pastor of ·"·ven yrarti. l i e to 1.41 n cast or. s w i l l bo h o l d id St. John's o c o u n t r y n e a r w lie re Hr-v. rvert as p a s l o r , :on. of J'rayor for ·irvtid at (he eh a l l d u y on S o'clock in i h e ·k in the cve- d w o n j j siervu-e 'he, c h u r c h bo- ') A. M. and i .Schwartz w i l l l u s l c , a n d Mrs. 'HIVO c h a r g e of i-ilul. ·1 ai the M o u n t on T h u r s d a y , ·s public IK in- vs. f the Duncan Veat. Pe-nu UOH- she \ v l l l u n d c r d t r e . vear-old ;;oji of r, was b r o u g h t H; s t r e e t , to the y e s t e r d a y f o r lie 1'Jnper w e r e C. C M a H s of tin 1 ' h u r c h at. 1 i l K Bridgeport ilHIUClEPOHT, M a n [ W i l s o n and n e p h e w , r Monday iiftornoo.u in I Mrs. W a l t e r I loin; . W, Vu., te B p e n d l n g tin sifter, Mi«s Lillie 1C. J Mr, and Mr«. E d w a Mr. mid Mr«. Kmery Jo thooe from here who ; vival services at Para- C h u r c h on Sunday ove Mr. and Mr«. J. i-l daughter, M y r a ,/ea:i, am, spent Tuesday ev- Boiling's brother, Wtl and f a m i l y . Mrs. KuBen.) Shoppa was visiting; her niotlu I'Mnch on Wtxlnesdiiy. | ( ' l a r u n c r t Q u e e r , a v t'l'iui i* a p a t i e n t in I I ' I l u x p l l a l in I ' l t l H b U i - R ; c i M v i n j ; i r e a t n u - i i t l'i ' t i t r i i k e received sotnt 1 i Trofussor and M r s . I of (Jrecii Sjirlngs. uli | t'V!!iig(Mlritic '-'iiiKers « ] It.-v. ,) v . Uit-iliop I K v a n t f i ' l i f a l C h u r c h \ i services being held t i · local school on T h u r s i f a v o r e d ' i t f t ^ a c i i e i v . a . a n u m b e r »f niu»ii-.i I .- ;i 1.--Mrs. A. C. 'in Pit lien spent 'niontown. if Morguntown, week w i t h her '.oyer. d Srnltley and icB were among ttended the re- ise lOvangeiical liri?;. . BoUings and ·f jMounf, P!«w- n i n g w i t h Mrs. iarn J. Morgan d of Kecktslmrg r, Mrs. j \ ) h n S. ,"oril War v e l - i» t : . S. M a r i n o ·v l i c r i ' he !· re:i p a r u l y l l c iim- ago. !eorj;e I). Ktwp i, t h o t a l f i i t ^ d HI ;ir«.- a s s i s t i n g (!»· Piiradlsc i t h ·}(' r e v i v a l ere. v i s i t e d t i n t iv r n o r n i n s a n d d S M l d i M X f i w i t h . I n support of the official stale fit.hei.sni, tho Soviet government, in 19i;5 founded the "Association of Uic Godless," which has prepared 250,000 s k i l l e d propagandists who operate under the direction of the lulnislry of public i n s t r u c t i o n t h r o u g h t r a d e u n - IOIKH, :iud the a r m y and seek to peiiotrute into every home. On the occasion of the launching of this anti-religious crusade, the mini s t e r of public instruction 1 , 1-una.c.har- ···ky. blesis«cl tho enterprise in the loll o w t u g words: "With a'!, my heart, I wish the '.sod- I c n s ' every yucces iu its fight aK"in»t (In; r e p u g n a n t spectre of Ood which h a s c a u s e d such diabolic harm to all h u m a n U y throughout Ihe World." A g u u i a. C h r i s t m a s , .1928, Uunaohar- s k y , still minister of public instruc- l i o u . sent out a thunderous broadcast against the existence of God over the state-controlled radio station in Moscow. D u r i n g recent inoirths. 'JO,000,000 roples of the paper, "The Uodless," w i t h Us unspeakable blasphemies have Itoeti d f ' l u j o d Into every home, school a n d k i n d e r g a r t e n . N i n o inlversitios haw bcon organized exclusively for the war on ( i o i l and vwy ttxicher in every c i t y , Ui\vu and hamlet i* obliged to coo j ' v n i t e ir. t h i s hideous a t t a c k on the .-oil! of tho Rir.-siun people u n d e r pain of parly j t e n a f t y . 1 have aeon men go to their death because fiey c o u l d not submit to t h i s v i o l a t i o n of the moM f u n d a m e n t a l of hi:mail rights. Mr. Kykov says the Soviet govern- m e n t (loo*, not proKx;ute the clergy for t h e legitimate pracUeo of t h e i r pro- tension. Kjxuik'r-g only for the Catholic comm u n i t y in Russia of which 1 h a v e so mo knowledge, 1 should l i k e to know, t h e n , w h a t crime was committed by Fa 1 .her Joseph Btologolovy, who di.sairpeiir-vl In 1H2S, after rcfttBin.? the o f f e r of iioviet a u t h o r i t i e s to accept .·piHf.np.al c.fltimera.tion at. their hands i n ( i r d f i - 10 f o u n d an anti-('athoiic s f i - t w h i c h w o u l d enjoy s-tiU u idizod f a v o r in irder to labor at tho u n - t e r m i n i n s of religion? Can Mr H y k o v produce the body of F a t h e r .k.Jioph IMologolnry? W h a t c -lnve has been committed by t h a t i n l n p l d soul, Iveonirt K«odorov. Why is h- freezing to death amid Ui« horrors cf Solovetaky Island in the W h i t e So.i? Why are thos* other (3aUiollc PI jests undtrgolDg tbe agony of alow execution In that now Siberia? Why was it that those IS prisoners who, a;; it by a mlraclo, escaped from that prison n ow m-onth.s ago, on reaching tho 8hor-H of F i n l a n d bogged the F i n n i s h nuards: " K i l l uf. here, but don't send na hack where thoy kill is by inches." Will Mr. Rykov tell the world where Bishop Siokan, Apostolic ad- m i n i s t r a t o r of Mohonev and Minsk citn he f o u n d ? Where Is Bishop Skl- .sky and where i« M.gr. Prison?? Should these questions be answered .satisfactorily, 1 shall ba prepared to submit another and longer list of in- riocou-t v i c t i m s . Many f thews m a r t y r s and -con- fc.«sorii to faith 1 know personally and can testi'y that thoir only crime is the daily crime of Cardinal Hayes of Now Y o r k , of Bishop Miiiuting, and Kabbi Stephen Wine. They belie-ved in God and taught his revelation and t h e moral law as Cod Rave them the light to soe it. EVERSON REVIVAL WDLL CONTINUE OVER MARCH 9 C o n t i n u a l f r o m Pase t'Mve choir and lxoater cboriw. MuRic. is a f e a t u r e w' the services. Tho evangelist w i l l preach on tho following subjects d u r i n g the w e e k : Monday, no subject, "Mystery N i g h t " Tuesday, "God'e Hoom." Wednesday. "How Shall We Kscepe." Thursday, "The Unpardonable Sin." Friday, "God's Hell." Saturday, "An Old-F««hloned Class Met-linp;." ; All meetings wijl beRiri at 7: HO P. M. All seats are free and those who coma early will get better 1'Jsmpe from IJOAVIi'VWORTH, Kan., M a r c h 1.-Thomas Holden, ii!!,- and FraiuuB I. j Keating, -U, serving 2i"j years each for robbing ;L mail car near Chicago, out-aped from the Federal p e n i t e n t i a r y i by u s i n g forged trusty passits, W a r d e n T h o m a s II. W h i t e a u o n u t i c e d l u s t | WIlidiiH' F.xpciiilion Sails, I AJONWVIDKO. U r u g u a y , M i i r c h 1..-| S i r l l u l w r t W i l k l n « a n d mcinin'i's o f i h i t ; t.\pei:ltUn Into tln« A n t a r f t i c s i i i l i i ' i | last n i K h t for Nt»w York aboard I tin: 1 I'lant M'u I'riii'-c. Th(- e x p e d i t i o n r'.-l.uriHHl r i M ^ n t l y a f t e r a I'uiii 1 - m o n t h s ' s i a y at I'tM'eption I s l a n i ) . ' y JL 1 Newspaper Boy Asks Your Respect (n tKe mcdern tendency of the world to recogjnize achievement, boys; des rve the public's thought and their work merits dignity. Your newspaper bov wishes you to respect him. H. W. St )dghill, president of the International Circulation Managers'. Association, s lys that the newspaper boy is a young business man and should be accorded the dignity and importance he has earned. Newspap sr selling rills in a youth's spare time, in the boyhood gap. From observati :n he realizes that his elders work. He sees other boys selling papers, hav ng a lot of fun earning money. So he becomes a paper boy. He is a little merchant in a legitimate and honorable business. Presideni Hoover sold newspapers as did Thomas A. Edison, Henry f o r d , former Governor Alfred E. Smith, former President Warren G. Harding and numerou 5 others who later obtained worldwide recognition. After hours in the school room, the boys bound into the open anxious for action. Se ving newspapers appeals to this craving. It brings the boys in contact with the best people of their home communities. For sorm of the youngsters, earnings from the sale of newspapers is just that man (in in the family budget which enables them to attend school, and not be thrown entirely into a factory or similar employment Thousands strong, busy in every city throughout the world, newspaper boys are a business army, recognized and protected by journalism as a vital part of the ne A^spaper business. No more graceful compliment could be paid the newspaper boys than public recogniti n of them as business men enjoining a standing,' in the community, backed b y the integrity of the newspapers. How Do You Treat Your Newspaper Carrier ? ·**+-*+*+*+#+·+·*++*· THE NEWSPAPER BOY He's Being Train" d in Industry, in Thrift and in Courtesy alid Hf lOarn id the Respect of the Public He serves, so Mis Friend? Object to His Being Dubbed the "Nowsboy." j i . , ^ . - J a y you » i i i tsud uomea aad torn* sit-?* advor ;«e1 In our clae»i- coJomue-- roa.il ttcro over, t lussilicd Vth tri i;-euHnts if results when p! ued in t'a-e ool- uinns of Daily Ci KII ckfld Thrnnifh W i n d o w . j iuniry I'sher. --. F a y e t t p C i t y , was i a r r e s t e d n f t e r I" 1 U said to h a v ? k n o c k e d A n d y T u r e c k , oii, n g r o c e r , t h r o u g h .1 plateglass w i n d o w . . Tureck' t l i r o a l \v; s gashed. {on't call the young fellow wh de~ liverH your favorite nowspa^M the "newsboy!" Kooognize in hta a youtliful ljur n«i» man, nnji.ying a Ktamllng in the community and backed by the Integr ty ot tho nowspaperfi. His job Is training hhn in Indi etry, In thrift i\nd In ta'vt; in courles. , la promptness and in salcsmannhli . Ae, a r:laa« ho is n credK to the town In which he livcm and he, laiierve« better recognition t h a n merely the *or1 "newHlxy." Boys Oclnp Done Injustice That J«i tlie plea of thon- who H » the Injustice being done f i l e IWJ-H wh i d«- Ilver newspapere i.o the home in cities all over the worki, Thv aelc th-e public to arcord the boy t.h re-- spcct that, le r i g h t f u l l y his becati ,« he has earnod atwl w i l l continue to earn it. Commontlnj; ti the situation, a plea for the nowsboy points o u t : "In tho modem t n n d o n c y of the world to recognize achiov«*mt(nt, ew«- paper boye Iescrv« Uic p u b l i c ' s t h o u g h t . "On behalf of (,h: Internationa Circulation Managers' Association, i I, W. Stodghfl), Its president, of Uul: ville, din cue) set! the nowc-pnper boy an 1 hi« working condtion.s. Ho ank^ tlta this y o u t h f u l business man bo accord* 1 the dignity and lnaportan;o bo haa ei rued. Thouflande strong, busy in, ever; city throughout the world, newsnapei boys are a business ftrmy, recognized and protected by j o u r n a l i s m aa a vita part of the newspaper bueiti-es.5. "L* iders In the newspaper flsld," he Bald, ' refer no longer to him aa a newsboy or a newsia. He is known as a news iaper boy or newspaper carrier." "Tho niche of tho newspaper 1 iy in thn w o r k d a y world should be tuo e appreciated. The pu'blicYi impress^ in ot the 6«llor of newspapers is nt vu ianco w i t h · the facts. No single entor irise, except possibly churches and H hools comes daily in closer cont.ict will boys thiin do newnpapers. Nowpape s, in I h e aggregate, are t h e v/orld'« most f o r m i d a b l e and ·/.·ealous welfaro a re^ncy for the world's y o u t h . Jlo-.v tin f exercise t h a t u p p o r u a i t y rur«ly sj rcatla beyotwl tin 1 f x c c u t i v e i i on uewti'j ipew who ilwil d i r u c t l y w i t h tht pajx-r lKy«. (Governed bj High Idculs "On nioiit DBWHpapcrti (lie sum* 1'iKh idoaLs sovernliiff tJiolr i-dhofiji) ;uiJ n e w s columns* are H p p l l e ^ l lo tin r re- l a t i o n s w i t h t h e boyc. "Fiction, lh« Hi 11140, t h e curloo i, t h e popular eong prov- the n-iH-vipup r boy To be a world c h a r a c t e r . He hii: bo-en deplcte-d w r o n g l y as poverty str c-ken, friendlesa, a t v u a i i v f r o m school. Me Is shorn of d i g n i t y , w h e n h K sh - ewd- ness and h o n e s t y r!in\ild j i l . i r e h m or ths eame level, If not p l w v e t! at of boys in other lines- of employme it. "Fact« refrute the imprtwftton of Borne that the ne*upapor Tsoy lives by his wit--hits Interetits, phyeical or spiritual, of concern to non-o. He Is not a rmim'ber of the 'under privileged class,' Ho has a family and n home. He go**? to school. His tiealth Is protected. He ia a angular boy, fired by an ambition to eueeeod. "N-ewspapor selling ftlle In youth's R-par« timo, In the boyhood sap. Prom observation he realiaee thi^t his elders work. He sees other boys Helling papers, having a lot of fun and earning money. So ho beomf* a paper boy. He 1« a little, merchant in a legitimate and faonorable busl««sfl. Selling nowH- papeaw ie aa much of the American boy's l i f e as shooting marbles "President Hoover sold newspapers. Other notable Americans who. began their busin«i« oareore as newspaper boys include Thomas A. ISdison, Henry Pord, the late Cardinal Gibbons, Charles M. Schwab, former Governor A l f r e d E. Smith, former President Warren O; Harding. Judge Kenenaw M. Ijandis, Judge John F. Hylan, roniK-r Secretary of War Newton IX Baker, the lato Hkjward W. Bolt, JuHttK H. Barn!6, President Hoovet-'e Director of Prosperity, Walter 15. ffidg-e, American Ambassador to France, «,nd Marion U Burton, former President of t-he University of Michigan. Being Educated In Business. "Protected by compulsory education and health laws, newspaper boyo assimilate. They learn In their formative years that buslneBB Is founded upon right and honor, as woll as good Judgment. "Working in the open air, properly clad against inclement weather, they arje healthy specimen* of boyhood. The c/ontrast in their physical well being from that of boys of the DA me age employed in factories and workshops Is startling, "They are a part of the city's busi- nc*3« life. They see what is going on, They read the newspapers to catch the high spots of t h e news, and so intere6t buyers. "After hourti in i h e school room, t h e boys bound into tliu opt-n anxloiiu for action. S e r v i n g newriptipora appeals t o t h i n c r a v i n g . I I h r i n g n the Ixjys i n contact w i t h t h o benl people of t h u l r home w i u i n i u n l t i e K . "li'or some of ill*? youugatern, eurn- Ingw from t h i wale of ut-wnjiapuiv if! j u s t t h a t , mui'gin In the family budget w h i c h i.Tialiles t f i e u i to att«nO -ichool, and not be t h r o w n e n t i r e l y i n t o a fiu:- i tory or s i m i l a r e m p l o y m e n t . "This s t i m m n r y i f t h e o p p o r t u n i t l f ^ of t h e n e w s p a p e r how ',* an oll story l o t h e n e w s p a p e r p u b l V h e r a n d his c i r c u l a t i o n m e n . WP. who ai-p p r o u d of the a n c o m p l ' i s i i m e n t s ' o f n e w s p u p f t r s i in a d v a n c i n g the interests of t h e i r ' newspaper boye want the public to be- Use All Our Departments We are weill prepared to serve you in many ways. We cordially-invite you to use all of our departments. We aim to make every transaction pleasant a:id satisfactory, THE UNI DN NATIONAL BANK CaN'KEtLSVIIXE, PA. E S T S I D E v 1 1 I i 1 1 coroe better acqunlnted Vith thcee juveniles. "The public, should reilie that newspapers! are treating tt e boys as an important factor in th business arid ar« striving to eliminate ail ob- 'joctionnblfi s-urroimdlugK a.n-1 are eaper ! also to iH«ist in their m e u t : 1 and phy- j siea) dcvcJopmcnt. "No more graceful compli n e n t could be paid the newspaper boy* t h a n public recognition of them a t bu«ln!6fl men, enjoying a standing in the corn- inunity backed by Uie i n t e g r i t y ot the newspapers." Ruffsdale RtJPFSDAT.E, March 1 -- M r . and Mrs. Paul Byers and son a t t e n d e d the funcrral of ( h e lat.ter's fat icr. A d a m Wilkinson of M o u n t Pleasant on M o n day. Mrs. ,1. J. Husband a t t e n d e d the f u n e r a l of her aunt, Sir*. A n n a Fausold ot Kficksburg, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Roy AVoodwird v i s i t e d the litUer'H m o t h e r , Mrs. a i n g l o r of Scotfdalc, who IK a p a t i e n t n i h e Conn o l l s v l l l e State H o s p i t a l . Mrs. KImer Ta rr Is vi i l l i n s her dauj!:hUr, Mi-is. M a r y A p p l e of Greens- bur!!. Miss Mai' Ho\v:-ifr spi'iil S a t u r d a y w i t l i lier H i r t t i - r , Mrs. Vcrc M u r p h y o f Mrs. A l i i u i b ( J H . ' S l i e l J l f i r c l i i n huiiH' S u n d a y ;tt't.;r v i . - i t i i i t ' dau:,;hter. Mi"i. J a m e s Hi. J j i u s . n i Jeu.ianel.tf. K e n n e t h K i n l i l i of Cri-cn;- tiurf! sp |lit» U ' C f k - t ' l u l W l l l l I l l s M!' I t l l l l l l l H I Mrs-. M. S. H i L s b a t i d . A n u m b e r of people 1'roii: t h i s pl iitli- n d p d . a d a n c n at t h e ' . ' a l e ila h a l l , near H u n k e r , Thnrsri-: y o v o n i The d a i r - e was a I ' R K U ! : r w i ^ e v e n : . K p a t u r e d on t i i ( t a u r o p E'i'Hi':i w a s a new Viroorn d a i T ' e p o p u l a r in the South. MANY VISITORS J AT DUNBAR SCHOOLS ON PATRONS' DAY M a n y patrons and visitors turned out for Patrons' Day at D u n bar. The F a i r v i c w B u i l d i n g had 32 patron*, one school director and 68 other visitors. The Hed Jlriek Building had one school director, 210 patrons and 75 other visitors. Regular claaswork was followed u n t i l 2 P. M. After that all gave programs. These programs were a!l educational, consisting; of historical and patriotic material in observance of Washington's Birthday. The high school orchestra helped to keep Die large assembly room in fine spirit by g i v i n g some fine snappy number*. County S u p e r i n t e n d e n t J o h n S. Carroll a t t e n d e d and was well pleased lo see so m a n y patrons and visitors. THO Kilted, Train JHts Antn. SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 1 W a l t e r W i l l i a m s o n , of South Bend, and Albert .1. .ludd, Kl.khart. salsHm«n, wore killed last n i g h t when the auto- m o b i l e in w h i c h they were r i d i n f - was s t r u c k by a passenger train here. We Preservers Uce Classified AcU Coat ia email. Reoolte we big. Four tobleopoona o£ dour

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