The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 3, 1930 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, March 3, 1930
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MONDAY, MARCH ;j, 1930. "ViUii DAlldY CUUKl'R, CONOTILLrSvT.LU , JPA. PAGE THREE. ·C SCOTTDALE WILL PROBABLY HAVE TAX INCREASE Is 'Necessity it' ('.oiincil Is to Provhle for I m p r o v e m e n t s People Wan*. SOLONS WILL MEET TONIGHT Special to The Co'irk-.r. SOOTTrAi,K, M a r c h ::. At the monthly moctiiiK t com o i l hole! t h i s r-venlng in all probability tho millage far tho coming year w i l l ho fixed. A nicctinK wii* lirh! dviniifi t h o month (o arrivo ;il son-e ooncltif-'ion con-corn ins th«^ a m o u n t - f money that council would tr.iVf- (o spend durhiK the coming yoar. II is t h i ^ i n t e n t i o n to pay off on thr fiiMil a;, n m r h as would IUI.VP. 'boon p a i d off on a bond i?.s»c c.'ich yc.'ii' i i n d in t : i s way o l i n i i - liiito t'io debt., sine*- t h e pooplo did not a bond i . ^ s i i f . CfM'Uiin streets m u s t bo t;il«n care of and tho co'ini'il at present sctvs DO other way than to i n c r e a s e i ho tuxes this year. Saturday Afternoon Club. -Mrs. .!. li. Campbell of Ixiu:kw ; i \ e n u o w a s hostess Saturday ciflevrnxin to tho n i ··· rn bor.s of Ih« t-^iturduy Attor- noon c l u b of M o u n t I'icasaut and Scc'ttclalo. Mrs. J. M. /humors had t h o oi:ly patw on the i rognun, b r i n g - ing t · tho club "A C-.jiisposer" and choosing for ihis co npospr Ciirr!o Jacobs Bond. .Mrs. ( I K. K e l l y , accompanied by Mrs, A r t h u r White, sanpc a. Kroti.p of lift' c h i l d r n'.s .songs. Tho .^econil p a r t of t'no pro-^rutn was mod- orn ;nd ;H[ular I U U K I . - ami t i l l s was i i l u r t t r a U ' d w i t h a g r o u p V n u m b e r s by M » H . Kolly. Mr.-;. \VhiU then i!ny- ··d N'-voral mental nuuitKM's. At tho close ct' tho program p o p u l a r n u m b e r s wf-rc siuiij? by Uo-puty J u a n C a w i l K l t and K^tty Morton. K( f r e s h snouts and a MIX ial h o u r fo4lo\vw t h i s program. A i d Society Meets. Mr,-,. A l o x Taylor c n t e r l i i i n o d t h f t C,adi's' Aid Hocioty o." Lho l l % irut Baptist C h u r c h a1 her mnuo o:; V r i d a y e-vonito. Mrs. Hu'/o! Crais was c-hair- inan oT tho program i-oinmitteo. Mrs. Hoy E. Whiltemoro read a tiiisfc'ioii .story. II was (lci:iilc(i to bold a luncheon March U! iu tho c h u r c ' h , with doc- o c u t l o n s in ko«ipi«K v 'itl St.. I'atrifk's lay. I l c f r o s h m c n t H -.vore served. Music t'lul) KntiTluinment. Tro musical oiiton.aitinwnt, "Qti«?en Kst.ior," to be preso'ited by tho Monday Music Club, w i H !)«· giveu in !ho Strand Theatro on March IB an-j 'M. Thi- membors of tl.i f.lub -wrill \m assisted by taloni fi DIM the -fejuottdalu Male Chorus. World's Day of I'rajrer. The World's Day of Prayer will be obiierv«d at Trinity RofornK-d ('hurch on Friday, March 7, at -:"() o'clock This is a union sertlc-o asid all of tho churchos will take part. Other ^'cws. The rhilatelUs Society w i l l meet t h i s ov»uing at ":'M o'clock with Howard M3ntyre at hia hoioe at 705 Walnut avenue. A.11 m-ombcrs are urged to attend tho nvoeting of tho Io!a flebe-kah Udge this evening iu Odd Follows ilatl. Rov. II. H. G-rovo prcaehoi! to the members of v.he Community IIoso Company at i's rnerorial .service, at the church last' oveviiug. Health Officer tioorso I^ockard has found in a par of 'he borough recently annexed IKK pie raising hogs. Thc«o h-ivo been disposu d at his request, HHico a horou ;h ordinance prohibits raising hogs. The Sunday school board of th« aptist Church will meet this evening at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Snyder in "Walnut avenue. Mr. Sny- (k»r is suporiU'ten'ietit of. the Sunday school. Tuesday, March 11, tho Senior Phil- iUhoa Claw; of the Baptist Church w i l l meet with Air;;. Georgo Hath in. Gar- !u-l(J avenue. Mul-woeii Lrfntn services will V» hold Wodnesdiiy ovonlng at St. Paul's L u t h e r a n Church. Tho pastor, Rov. J. K. l/ainbort, w i l l ))Cgiu a series of .ser- iiioiiH on "Som-f- Great Questions." ' W h a t Shall Wo Oo to Bo Saved" will !w. the tirst question answered. Alverton A I A ' K U T O N , March :! -- A r t h u r Walle of Pittsbi'.rg wae a recent visitor at the homo of his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Ctuu-ies Walls. W. S. Olier wtw nerving on the jury in Grwietiburg lust week. Tho W. C. T. U. wa« e n t e r t a i n e d by Mrs. Mai'sarot Curothon; at her homo Thursday eveniiis- Devotion.s ware in charge of Mrs. William Ilafcv. The bunlnoss sesjiion won conducteti by Mre. Carothers, Uie prpnitlent. A program wa« givjui I n c l u d i n g roiidingn 1y Mias Mary Hixson ami Misfi Pwirle Quarti!; a vocad duot war* KUIIK by .Mrs. Helen O'R.iark and Mrs. Flo Ha?hinouni. Mrs. Koosor of Scoltdale sv-iie prcfiCMil «n,l gave a t a l k on scirtit'ifii- tmnrerance. D u r i n g ( h e MX'iul hour w h i c h follosvcd t h e program, l u n c h w;i? srcvod by tho hos- Ever son EVERSON. y a r c h 3---Patricia .lean, small d a u g u l c r of Mr. and Mrs. James Thmoaa, is ill at tho home of her par- J ante hero with bronchial pneumonia, j Here condition is critical.' j Mrs. Robert Chambers spent Friday morning in ConiteHtivllle. j Mlaa Pearl .-.udwick of Yuuugwood : spent several days last week with friends hem W. G. Mac-key, Mr«. Bum-ll House-, holdor. Mrn. Jvihn Malik t.nd Mrn. Roy; HpictT niotoi ed to J e a n n o t t o on i Thursday e v e n i n g to pay their }u«i ! repccts t John Miller, who died one ! day last wvk · Mr. M i l l e r wan f a t h e r - ; iu-!aw of Druggist D. Wtxxl.s H y u i l . ! Mr«. Fr»Mjnian Whatcy tnul Mm. Held Wlngrove n n d d a u g h t e r . 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