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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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r \ C 3 E T W O D ^ l D J C U K K i r M t ( VJLiLjW, PA. MATKTI 1, 1D30. Culture Club Women Enjoy Fine Musical and Literary Program THE LAXATIVE WITH HIGHEST ENDORSEMENT \\ hen vou EM out of bed h f i r l i r t n s l u c f I'h w f ik Inlf-stfk h o i p * i sini^jlp rrtPtisnni t h a i w i l l h ivi \ i u feehni; \ o \ i r s l l i ~ u n i n i . Dolly Gam a Visits SiTickeR Jn ot ( hi i Vo n in s u l t u r o i»r nt i -I niif 1 \\ i t h i tmr p t e i u t i n i tho n i m o n t h l y m i t i i i K Moiulav i f t o i n n i i n t h e c l u b roonii t t t h o C ( i n r u I r I , i r i r M r s C h a r l o -- D e t w i ' - T rn v i d o n t \v is in li iric of i b i i t [jitsitioss s« --,io[i at \\ n ( i Mrs \\ I B i n he r Vtii . I f t o d i d » » h £ i to i mot tin.; ot the Pel n - . l v mi x \\omcn and district ins t i t u t e s to ho i e l d l o m o i r o w .it tho H o t e l S c c u n l o j P i t t s b u r i , ' l u o U !i r MM i i f ut irom the- I ' O l l M - i N h I T U 1 I i b f i t f U l O S I S bOC.l-0'y to M r s ( h i i l o r I l i i s t t h e c l u b treasurer i n e i M i s Ctfor; v TV Marietta, I h . i n k u i R th» f l u b toi its pi ompt ro- i n i t f me o ot 'ho r i f n s p* rc-enl i-rr ior ' t a t o and mi'loi i! v , o i K t r o m t h » an mml f h 1 tin 1^ ho il .sale- ipon-oud by tlm ( u l t i i i o ( t u b Mi -. V a l l e t t a %vas t , n i r c l ' ni m a n o f t h t Ma'f w h ' i h w is a K i v t t suce e\ss A.1 tho i Ios« i r the- business session 'ho- n o t t p-t v i '" wjw t u i n t c l civoi to Mrs Rusfi ( ' d i p n t r \vlio an ingod a r.iio m i t ic il in 1 l i t o r a r \ treat toi th» c l u b w e tvHMi '11 o oponins mimbei w a.s voc il solo ' 1 ho IJoMTl Sori ' b\ Mi-»s \ \ i l d a Mo- i ison a f ompiniol bv Mrs t.irjHMite M i l (..en-* O h l ot hiniRo. a f moi it splcm M i l l College, dree.nsbt IE", r - o n t i tbutod two vocal solos \ o Mat 11 bv doiincxl, and "Tie I*asit Hour Mrt C u pente-i was Iho atc'ini|nubt R u m o i i d Itac k on h t t l o son -f Mr and M s M i x K a r k o f f pnc a reading Tho Two lark ()iow-. in the Jail flous.^" in a voi eharnun-, manner Miss Joseph i n o Hart} gave i c M l R h t f u l ro idtng, Tho Florist S 1 or.' i f t t - r \ \ h U h M i s s Ohl again onte i tame el tht i l u i WO»UP i with t w o \ n c i solos 'Ch ili e ' i n d ' \ Huss'im Iu 1 ib\ ' r U i n « In r own aocomixinlnuMit Miss Ann Griflm ot W c s t o n W Vi aUo a -ttidont a t Solon [1)11 Cxillvo Kiuo two road nc Horn-Tv and ' I n the l / M i a l W n The* la-»t \van a mii-ucal revuli ic lloi ic comT'an! 1 )? was M i s ( i i p e i i t c i i"h litoiary program hi chars-o ol MIS.S Hobo i saute.], utded },MM'b to tho i n t ' i e t ol ' t h o aftori 0011 K n o w n as N it i n n a l D i the p i p e r s \\ ro a p p i o iri i l « to tlu» occasion a n d ! \ \ t _ i o i epic to \ s i t h many t u t . e o i u f t l i i i r Pi,uns t v a t i u 1 u v o t t e e.onnt M t s I V - i r l K P o h i n n a ' t j papei *«i- on I h o UouU 0.1 Cainon DAIH, ind _ n » a w o i d o i t n l dis.c nption ot t h i s ^ tat p i o j e c t M i s \V } t Hwibc hoi H a d a h i s h l v Intcri'btuiR pa^r on I oti n t i l l V«il \- and Uo uit ot cue \\ i t t - i w i s ot V n n s \ l \ a r i M Sin ic K i u d t o the m i s mountains a n d oi.h^i s c e n i c be uiues ot th«* stito Mi 1 I r f i i s c h e r »Utc tl that P o n n s j l r a i l a t tho o n l v s t a t e In th* inuou whoso s \ , i t * i v a v i hav ic« ·» to the Atlantic O c e a n G u l f o t Mexico a n d t h o U r o i t I , k f i ( e i ' i i l h is i i t o r o s t i n g w i« a parx^r on Recoui«-s ot Favetito County,' i t i d b\ M r - i. in i:\oib Uowc*en Mrs lk»\viii*n m u d p .potial rof^rom o to tho c o u n i v s itifh.-. rU« inrhidiiiE th^ Capstan dl.iss o m p in v of South Conn e l N v i l l e Hit Pennsylvania Wiie f,! isi ( omp in aUo the Wf'st P n n i n ' p r i M t h , c t i l l IK special attention to tho Viestt ( ' ( n i l t o " i n l n i l an 1 lus pU u ant sin l o n n c i i n p s in thi c i t I r i s h Oa} M i l l bo observed at the n e x t i - p ' u ' a i m c n on Mmi 11 i f u n o c n i M.i re h 17 M i - Angela S i i i k i D o n w l j . and M r s T ' v S^vans w 11 has ehai-;o ot the llt»rnrv pro f,i,trn, and Mr John J Enos of the mil K ith Inception ai a(?o period Dr of the hat. oxfl.ni! nod on p.ititMiUs once ·SOTMI srnttfco'x ;· P E ^ K ^ ^ T O P F N IH-/1I\C, OK "M t D l l ' VI. A I \ I M \ l l Ol J O Walliix-e. noUvt siiTBixn or PittHburr, was p r i n c pal speaker at 4111 opeMi mooting srpon*. ired by lh« Kayo t t p County M^Hc - i Aiixlliarv last n l t r h t in U n l o n t o w r Tr Wallace snoko ot tho a«com iliehmontfi of th« ( upplpcl Phildron's Society m Faj- otte County, l i t t l e moie than H j During this brlel lacss, who hut, hal I I U K m Untontown in average oC fort cnery month, or i t ital 01 moro than t w o hundred Individual ca«cs 'Iho miratle.R that have boon wrought In many of UicV.o ca« i by m^ans of K i l l t u l opprntlons nd expert follow- up caro wpro g r i p h u a l l v domon- strat»xJ w i t h th. n 1 of moving pio tur*i. w h i c h ha^o been taken from t i m e to t i m e by Dr and Mrw 1! A Heldo with tholr ovn motion ]it(turc machine Among tho cans «i shown Cor de- loiniitiea among c-h Idron aio rickets tubot culottlfc oC tbo ono and lirfantllo paialynia Upon arnval at tho c i l n k *aeh aibe In ghon vrrv cujxftil examination Somf tiou w h i t e other*, w i t h the proper Vin tho mobt «;ui prisinj a man who wai? a first b i o u g h t (o H now us tho t I O I I I flllfi 11 w a i t i n g !=? walking UK! has bf-on as-uu complote x c o \ i ) pol w it* l~i \\ i l l Take i t i t t l e Phillips M i l k nf Man nosia in a. t;) is i of watoi - ir lomou id» Two to totn t i h l p - i p o n l u l s us t h e u 11 U a d u l t doso [ ' i l u n in I t m o n ado P M l H p i Milk of M ignema a r t s l i k u rtt atp of maKiie'n-x T d k c it l i k e this -in h o u t boforo hre ilcfant R% l l t o t l m o vim loave honu vou 11 bo sut prihpd your Jmprovprrx nt As a mllrt ''(Lfp, plon'iant laxativo, Phillip' M i l k of Alapnosla ha« tho luc;h«at medical ondoisonnHit A'j an antl-ivrid to correct sour Bt^ituuh Kat4, incllpos ion, btiiOHhn-f,sti, it I!»A boon Ktandaid with doctOTt, for OVOT flfty ears To know it-i a "'fit rrtlef in diRp-»tiie and ehmlna.tiTC t i o u b l p s of nun, women, c h i l d r o n -- and babletr-- H to keor a bottle alwas h a n d y Full d i n t t i o n s toi all U^ l is u se ( o m o \ H h o\er lv)'ilp A l l d i n g store i n a v t t h e K«nftroua 25o and G(K pqiuro in opcia Tiny be t o r i c f t P i l of lricx OTIP of tas-M was that of olal crlpplo when t i u n c t u t w h o of throt opera- H'rlxl oi p i t i w i t almost normally rl o! hh pvpnmal Spi oad tho Go 1 - ic fa pica in clot - ' Mill of Magnesvo lixs biM^n h« TT S {pRlstcred Trade Mark of 'L" Ohas I Phillips ( heinn al ("o, t nd its prxl(%ct wsjir, (UiaB U 1'hillipu since 1ST 5 -- Advortlsoment, Medical Auxiliary. Th PViyotto ( \ n m l v Mdl^al AuiiH- ary wl 1 nioet Thuridaj. nlyht at S iO o e-loclt at tho Wilt-o Swan Houl t n- iontoM T Amonf, tho mattoro [n be rcil w i l l bo I ho n vision ol tho KOR J'lll'l Knorid j t n p 'I c m p Sistt is me t List nit, al w h u h t i i i i o pi in ht I'alt H K i Ua p c o n n e c t i o n w i t h mce tin? on M.onda in P j t h n t i H i l l ale ippearui"- in f i n e d r| to n t w t t IKJUH ot M i s PC South ConncllFvllle Y t l A R C H 17 e e i t t i l l P\ t i l l ill t in PUhian Hall, were made ior a i r t t o be In Id in he u e \ t r ulai n i f , h t , M irt M 17 \!I mc x rnbi "h w ho tho e ast mt t e- i d a \ n i g h t .1* t i n i r l McOlinUxk at \. OF f . W BJ « A! l L'Uin TlirRSBAT Tlip i-ipypnU o; a s^rit? ol hein fit c irtl parties K VPII undoi the au-pucs ot W a i ' r 1, Brown Post Vetoians of roreirfii W i ^ w i l l b held Thurnd«v mi,' it in t h i t u b looms Noi th I'itts- burg «.lrt«t 1 nerp w i l l br pri/w for f i . o bin tired, ilso a Ioot prb^ 1 'I'ttc Ladu · A u x i l K f s v i l l sprvu Juiiv-Jt n. i . OFFICI \i, VULL H K J ' I I'll! Tho official bo rcl if the Fust M e t h o d i s t r'plBcopti Chin ch will moot T h u i d a j nic;ht it !'j o e lock In the c h u i TM h I n s t e i d of t nlu ! a^- nr'*%tous- 1} Dinner. Dinner tor Mr and Mr John Sohonase- a f a m i l y tlinnr- ot a t t r a c t i v e a p p o m t T T u n t s l a , t i i K t i t at t h e n homo in A l o i r p l l a x n ' i ' , G i t r - n w o o f l , in honor of th; CormiM 1 brothel and s l s t p t - t n law Mi and His Stephen »ohonage, w l,osi mat rla 't took pla( e Monday i n o i n l n g at S i t l o k hi tho l m m a u ' ate Conception C h u r c h Mi and Mis MH hae! bond agf uf Davvhoii were ) U t - o f - t i \ V U f I C H t S K)it,'uift i i!ipn Announced. Mi and Mi · Louu StahS ot M o u n t Bi iddock -announce t u o pngagcrnpiit ol " l « ! i l d i i K i t e i , Fdlliau Uita, to i''* l K t Potioni aou ol Mi .uul Mit J .ml P* t i o m of t nlontoH n tho young WODK n, tho program at th C'lub meeting Mom dinner of charinnif night at her home I ho (X5lor- ot bai were charmingly c included Mite l-ifn Mits Ann Griffin « and Mlb« Catherine all students .it S OrosnriburK Ml'*i and Mhs \ V i l d a Mo LatPi in tho PVPUD dro\p thft Soton If burg They wore Mrs CarpontPt am For Uric Mra Ron M Kai advisor of tho J u u l i h Women of GUM members at n tea In honoi of Miss p j s l prpsldent of t t t o n Miss l i c a l i i o Pleasant was an M ss Q u i n t ' s png Maver of »%ew Yoi Iv announced w ho took p irt in U omaii H f u ' r u i e i} utornooti at a a p p o i n t m e n t * la^t in Kotith Pr spc t jcreon and w h i t o t Pi t r i c k ' s Day incd out C. uests Ohl of Chicago t Wevston, W Va, Harry of t h i ' c i t y on Hill College 1 Jonr p h i n o U i n y nson ol (hid plae o c; M i l t o n Moi rihon 11 iiirlK to (!ioon« aoconipanK'd by Mists Morrison e.Jh Ic-ct. or C o u n c i l ol Jew isburf,, ontortahud Sunday t i f t c r a o e j a Than lee Q u i n t , a 10 J u n i o r ort;«ini7a Rakusin of M o u n t o u t - o f - t o w n ^ u p t gprm nt ' ( i V I E i.d k ( H l t y way i' cent PnM (. liieit Will 1 lie V is' rhlpifi Association o( 1' t udsllip Te'nple will meef Tugsday iimht, M a u h H at tho home ot V n n a Broi\ n ; u i k H n avenue C'hriitlnn C.ibl iet AVcdnesday. Tho obinot o' ho C h n s t i a n Bil)U School will meet Vennesday ovennip a l t e r p i a c i mc-oti it insload ot IK for I»art5 iM; Pprryopolii, A birthday party w LS held Sund iy dtttjmoon at tJio honK of Mi uul Mr* / nUiotiy P« po of Perryopoli-i fonnprl of Va-nderhilt In ob^otsam* of Mi* amiivervary oC tholr d iuf,htcr RoUa Ouoau T*«ro In from C o n n o l l s r U l e Vand rhilt opolis and Star lunttinn L was vsrvprf Tho aftPrnoon w is in ffa-uieh and rnupic HIP honored ^Uf st *v,i, 'Jie rcclpu-nt of niiixy ocau- t i f u l g fts Tilri i n ed In I nlonUmn. \\ i - / i n k and V'ilnia T(p|ltnj,pr of to wed in were LOCAL FANS WHO WILL ATTEND D. T. GAME MAY SECURE TICKETS HERE bTSk0tbfl.il fan^ w h o 11 n p l u m i n g to at omp ui th-e Dun b-ir T o w n s h i p H i r h ShK)t to I'ttt fa-t^Kiiutti at Ptttatxirg on o N c n k f ; do not havp 1« 10 to Loo onnnj. N'o. 1 lastinitum o . t K k . P t for th! spoci.d t r i m or tho game provibion havitiR bci-n male to u-roTDHioflate sror«- ol fol!r/w«r«i it t l i o \Ve«t Sldo depot of tho llttsburs JjaJco I'Vo Uailroad Ticl pts for tho train a.nl gamo fin be KC ui»ii there at tho iey:ulai to- ciuotxi p r u e as a.t th« Dunbar Town- afalp I f l f f h SflKXiL Tho spo!U tram wn'I leavo Con nellsv Ho at " 30 o ,!(·«· k Thomtiiay EAST HUNTINGDON B04RD APPROVES PLAN FOR REORGANIZATION A1,VKKTON. M a r c h t -- II WHS an noanced toda th.it tho board ot ·txluca ion of Kagt HnntJUKdou town ship asrt n i g h t adoptcMl tho pro limn £ ry roport ot tho ' p l a n of policy" committee, o u t l i n i n g tho proposed re- orgn,u,/ation of tho school* of the township The board wa-, not ix idy to aoi- what tho plan w Knox. MH«J Margaret P arl Peck, daughtei oi "VIi and M i s t Ibert J Peck, and John K p h i a l n Km x, sou ol Mi. and M i s Atahlou K t t o , both ot U i s i n t were married at b moiset by Rev A M Hayes Dorcas Miss owirj Cli'clr. 'Iho Ioi caa MU a o n a t j Circiu w i l l mr*rt Tuesday evei Ing it the home ot M i h W 11 HeMilcl Patteison avomtt I'. G Chili. 'Iho P t; C l u b it S.unl Omai Kis terhood Dames c Malta, will nit ot Fridaj u ptht 111 he home ol M i s Kditli Jiunston, Li icoln iiv^nuo REV A. KAM1NSKY LEAVES PERRYOPOUS CHURCH FOR LORAIN Ro-v Andrew Kammsky, who rt?- iotf the pastoiatc of St Nicholas GrtPls Catholic Ohurcli it I'crryopoha three necks ago hm )o a ted at borai i, Ohio, whelp |H^ (Urt ad has occupied thp pal pit As yet no successor has IxKs exl at tho PcrryopoliB charge !t*s the Flavor that Counts MBS HATTIE CHRISTNER DIES FOLLOWING STROKE Special to Ttio Courier MODNT PLEASANT, M a r c h 4 Mteb Hattio Christner, 47 years old, died this morning- at. 9 30 o clock ,it the 1 omo of !HM auBt M i s John Brown In North Church street, following a stioke ot paralysis M1ss Chnetner a d a u g h t e r of the Ute Jiuftifl Chriatnpr of Indian IIouJ, had been l i \ i n t ? at the 1 home ot Mi and J*hs William Chrlatnc-i of Indian Head Two wook ago she came to thf i o \ v a homp on n visit 4 tvr»ek ago '-he suflercd a stroke from the Gardens" in Packets and Individual Tea-Bag 80S UNION REVIVAL AT OHIOPYLE OPENS SUNDAY Vn o n i p \ v n l mrotuigb w i l l Ix^iu at (hi* Baptist C h u i c h at ()hiopvl« S u n d i v c v ^ n i n K , Mai oh 1 w i t h Htn Pruiil S \\oitmaii ol M i l l R u n , p.ts- Kt ot the f h u t c h , and K«v ! i. KOOMM p.i^toi of tho Otnopvlo Atoth- odtst ( h u i c h , m tiiargo Bfae. DoOy Chain, tisfer of Vic«- Prewtcient Cwriis. lea ring- tfe. Taft hoRtt aftaw calling «t thr h -d«ld» at tb« fo«TO«r CHef Jtuilao* W3i- bum BL Tail, who ia not e* «etedl HOMER M'CRACKEN DIES OF PNEUMONIA NEAR Ml PLE/ SANT *-p«clBil to I'na Ccurhsr Hoamr jVU-( ruclv. n 4 I y. v 4ir» diet, i farnwr d u c t yf!t 'rcla'/ aftor iom nt h i t homo tho W i r ' e n *rm n rthw«l ot t o w n D e i t l rmultMl fr i IIIICNJ inotni H* h.w t *on i l l b u t j. fow S n r \ m n g aro h s y, t ,ui 1 tho tol- lowlnjj c hiJdr*»n \frt I ' u i l i ibuij,ior of S^ar l u T K t i o t vfers Ch.xr 1 ' And»r son f Vem Sianton Mrs \V I im MJ1- lor of M o u n t i'!fs.i i'il met \ .s Hail joll Matlua-'j - f A5 r-m Ohio Jso live brv 'i«vr! irui r u si- r \\ i l l x r n of Sharon, l a m v . o N v, KM iington, l - V i n k of VVe^+ruoiolii 1 f l t v Hurl of M o u n t I loa. int ' initial m th 1 ' n i l t M j \ i n i j u d Mi*- llo N O I H of Ohio In m* lhur-ia} v 2 o x loe i I J i i m l \v 11 bo in Vou lit P l o i s t i i / -ni' t ry ^ *" ~ LAKE ERIE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BEG NS DRIVE FOR MEMBERS Tht i u In ii c imp ufn of tho i u « - K t ! Nc ' Vork York ( e n t x i I in -s ' U i U H u tom, ,^o( (in Uv v-ay u la porM)!* on I i ro i i i l*).^ on, Clnifi / o r i h o ri p w pk-tcd %5ui(Jaj mi ht it a. m Dickpj'von Hun V M r 'v U n h'MxM to t e c i r c at s f o r 19. 0 l i e f l t v i ill i c i i M U 1 ^ foi «Hiiplov PiUaburgi I « i k r Kr o lt,u wibHidiary oi too \« ^ YoiK vt I ) U k o n f u loin Arith U1 u woik re coin- pting at winl "jOO n spon- s ol tho roil, a C e n t r a l SALVATION AR rtY REVIVAL WILL BE OPENED TON1GHT Tlevivnl sfrvifx 1 *! ot the alvatiou A t m w i l l bo cipe ncvl t h i s m ".uinf. a.t 7 30 o i lock U h h i ' l i n Soi th Pitt-i- burg stri ot w th Captain C J fax. in thirge Rev (JeoiRt R nipp of t h e I ' u i t e d I r c t b \ t c i a n C u rth will be, the spcakiH t o n i f h Ot.hr paistors will fepeak (he reman dr ot ie we"k Thoro will Ix* HIJCCI il musi Couroy o ' l m k tint Pcrtf Child I1"». S i n h J-aii 3tc ige^j iix . ol 11 Paul and i i ol Peic, die morning al the 1 ho m c 1 - f i om * o mi 11 e,c t km H IK en ill loi I t t o « c-olifi Th biM \ le t tomorrow c ft rnoo o t l o t k w i l l b ^ prn xle w i l l (K made n O i k GIOVP T n ion town, in e h u p of t'u rcKitoi W A -^.r., okl, Biatrl-ro I at It 20 p a r e n t a l Sao had funirxl i at -omeiry, ifial l)i- SINGING IN SPTTE OF COLD ratrli coicis, I IIP samp as any other ppoplc. But thpy ran't pivo in to them, and most of them know how to conquer I1 IP worst cold--wi th- out loss of time--· from one performance to another' Tape's C old Comriound is ihe answer You can be hoarse, your throat sore, py? 1 bleary, head nnjpng with a rold--and these harmless tiblets will hav you clear headed, without an aclip or pain, and be nd of every sign of that vicious cold HI j u s t a few hours 1 Pipe's Cold ( nmt oiind 11 marvelous. Only 35c d j)ackage al any drugstore A NEW PEAT IN RADIO .RFORMANCE OBSERVANCE OF LENT BEGINS ON WEDNESDAY AT LUTHERAN CHURCH The irrcmtx'rh and friends of Trinity T tithrvran C h u r c h will begin tho ob Hc»rvnii ej ol tho Lonton "Hjauon, Ash Wxim seJ n o\o.nlng March fi, with th« (Irst F-ervtoe, i n a se-rion of Wednesday nighl nioetiiiK.s on f h o gwioral themo oi The', I'owoi ol tho Holy Crhofit' 'J hK ynnr mark), the 1900th annlv«r- ta/rv l IVntwotil, w h i c h accounts for tho hde-lion of t' ^ Penteco»ta] th^m^s lot thwe moetingH Tho »«rv- KC-.S w i l l bo h e l d in ih« main au-di i o i i u m o l t h e h u i c h w i t h f u l l c b u r e h sor\ ic e h ^ w e i n l miisir by the choir c i h M V I A t h o sormoiih short and of a n ov,ingeli«ttr a p p e i l WfidneRd nisht " t a l k will bo on The Gift of Iho Spirit" On Sund.i mornln?;' rh« ^csneral sublet ol tho hPrmons w i l l 1» "Tho Woith ot t h i ' bon of M a n ' and on .Sun-day e\onhiRH, "Ilvo Problems w i l l bo dl'i Hissed-- probloms perplexing to the avorase religious poreon D u r i n g H o l v Week sorvlc v f will be hold ea h n l R h t on the theme Bohold t h o M m ' Iho. p i s t o r o f t h o rhurch, Hr \\ U n ^ t n c k will do the preach- i n g '\«(»t in Uol\ WtH--.k whon ho will be i insisted b) i stndnnf from the So-mlnary LILLIAN M'CAHAN WINS $100 IN SHORT STORY COMPETITION "Tans ' « f i o r t "torv w i i t t p a by Miss L i l l i i n M-cf'nh in of Eighth street, ( , | Slcir woii for her $300 offei cd i ) V L i h t r t \ man-i/an for tho bohl short tory. Miss Mi CXihan is telo- ; i . i p h ip»ratoi at u i K h t for thp- Weht- c rn M a r j l a n d r~-ulwa\ at Bowest, d ])i)Ulon she hij hold tor sevtral ·( in Slip is a daughter of Mrt. Maiy R U f ' a h a n Soim vpai.. j r o Miss Me Call an « o n n o n t i !) ,in . i r t i c IP w i itten in i eply to one bj Ruprt linkups )u w h i c h tno n-ovolist qufbtioncMl tho fjoatlonco of a Suniemt Doing CIRCULATION CARNEGIE LIBRARY IN FEBRUARY "It Makes M v Sk n So Clear And Yelv ;ty" That's -what women siy wl o take the Rosmol w ly of can g for their comple^ ions. The d. ily use of Resinol Soap -with a t ich of Rosmol Om mint for th occasional pimpjp keeps the · !iin as lovely and frch as nati re intended at to bo Try it y urself You will l i k e t h e ckai tonic odor of the soap--tho qiuc heal- infr of the ointment Cirr ulanon at the Carnegio (innni; the month of February was S ^U, h g h t l undoi the total for the t o n c s p o n c l u i K m o n t h of 1929 Now b o r r o \ v ( i , to tht number of 65 were, ut-iatprtnl Approximately 1,952 per- ·.ons ubed thp i( v ad1njr and reforenct rooms and 9f periodic aln \\uro circulated ior homo* ioadin? Books m«nd«J aruf r e t u i u f d to cfrculatiots totalled 1,181, 126 wen- -worn out and clls- rardpd Circulation by classiflcatioiiB and de-partmeats %\ae as follows Adult--General workb, one, rhilos- ophy, 30; religion, 17; aoclology, 67; JanfnaaKO, six, acionce, 91, usotrul arts, 56 1 Unature, 182, history, 71, travel, 71, biography, 03, total noa- nction 760, iictlon, 5,181, total for department, 5,9It. Jim nlle--Genet al worlct,, 13, philosophy, f o u r , religion, 10, myths a^d fairy talt*. 191, acience, 66, useful arts, %, lino arts, 31, literature, 75; hHtor/, 1J8, travel, 214, biography, 150, total non-fiction, 988, fiction 1,97, total for department, 2,9b5, giaud total, E.O^ 1 ) UNIONTOWN GIRL IN GOLF TOURNEY Special to The Court*.ST AUGUSTINE, Pla, March -1 -The big four of America's lemlnine gollois head the entrants competing today in ihe fiualjfyi'ng round of the Kast Coast Floi ida Women's tonrna- moiit Th-e "big four"--Maureen Or( i i t t , Olonna CoJlott, Hrlen. Hicks and "inrgijiia Vail Wle--have been teasing pai *i tho link* Coi iho pail week Among tho ontrauts Is Miss Ecmh Hop wood of Unioutown, Pa amoil Greene Detective. WAYNbSBURG, March 4 --Distnc-t Attorney O R H u K h f b lias an- nouncel tu« appointment of Rea W Howard as Greene county detective 1 to lnkf the place of I A flann Ha wa,s constriole in the South \Vard and Had a-ssiBted Hann Hukt'd Ham Supper. Lottie Braxllejy C last, w i l l hold a baked Iwun ttiinpei in Snyder s Stote Hooni SouUi ConnellsMlle Thuredav March bth r i !o 7 50 Adulti,' dOe, c h i l d i e n · ti^k-ets i5c~ Advei t ioeui«nt -- Iroar 2t Dse Llashilied Ads,. IB smaJi. Ro6,ulU dire big. RHICHESTER S PILLS W _.~^ TUK DIAMOND UK IVwllMl A«h Tnr Dmc Okl «hc«-l«rail*utoiii rUU In B«4 «JiJ Mold »«.lllc\ hoToc, mtcd with Blua Ribbon. Tuka »o o(Jicp BUT at romr DIAMOND ttnt.HO PtIXS, far aon u Bat, Stltal. A!w HEAR Apex Soper-Sereen-Grld Radio -- Apex Multi - Phase Circuit Apex Fall Tone^Holor Electro · dynamic Speaker. Onty $115 Ocaa lubes). OtW Apex Undioe from $45 to $160 (less tubea). Coi venient DEALER'S NAME R A D 1 WERTHEIMER MOTOR CO. West Crawford Arc, Phone 196. , Pa TO YOU AS TO OTHERS The Sexoml National Bank will gladly render i o you the same complete service in conDectkm with Checking, Savings ajri'l other banking transactions as it does o thousands of people in the ConueU mile district Its Joca ion maJkes il readily accessible and yot '11 find its facilities ai convenient as its location. R El:cceeding $3^100,000.00 OlDEJiT BANKIN CONNELLSV1LLZ _ ECONID NATIONAL Good Jugdment Directs Safety For Funds Those ^vho take chances in speculative ventures are never quite certain as to the outcome. Good judgment directs safety for funds. An account with this Bank will prove the merits of safe investment. 4% Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. CC'NNELJLSYILLE , PA W E S T S I D E SOLD By DBUGGSTS EVE^WIiEge FOR SALE fl. C. FJU1CK OhE tOMTAMY PEOPEKTf Tv'xeuacut Hmaes Home Sites Factory Sites Form Lands Used Macliinery, fclitop Tools, Building aud Mine Supplies Much of the proper y (or aale U advantageously Socatixl with ie- apect to water ca'Jl s ccirio yuwur supplies, railroad, likllusB anj pared roatla · For full iulorniitioL' ia regard to prices aud tertuii, apjily to Super- iuteudout ot aei eat iUna or Scott- Jale Office. H. C. Frick Cloke Company, i'rnaa. LAWN LIME Wo have high grade agricultural lime for lawn and Kardens 50-pound Consolidated Coal Supply Co. Vnrd: Arch St., B. O. R. R--Phono J,",. Yard: Mc'Cormk-k IT«S J'. B. K*--PJione 1700.

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