The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 7, 1939 · Page 8
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 7, 1939
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BIGHT. I THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEULSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. 1ASSSFIED AD RATES- ·fl| ds to Be Run 3 Times: line, 7c cash: So charge. Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rotes Are.Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad;- Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Personals MINE FOREMAN--Fire boss examination questions and answers. Write P. O. Box 187, SorrTset, Penna^ FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWKINGS, FURNITURE REPAIRS HECOVERINGS PHONE SMS 322 SO. PITTSBURG ST. Automotive Automobiles for Sale GOING TO WORK IN ONE OF OUR REAL CHEAP USED CARS IS A PLEASURE! SEE THEM TODAY-All ready to fio and all TCcondl- - tioned. Stop In today. ~J NOTE THESE PRICES! - 'Ford Model "A" Fordor Sedan S65 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan ,, 590 Chevrolet Coupe S"5 1934 Fora Fordor Sedan $95 1934 Ford Tudor Sedan SH5 Ford Model "A" Coupe - S50 --_; ^EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYS! "-" Ford I^-ton Truck with 157-inch wheelbase in A-No. 1 condition, selling for 5350 Ford ,i-ton Pickup Truck for ?75 NOTICE .j WE ALSO HAVE, 1935. 1936 AND "1937 FORDS VERY SPECIALLY PRICED ALL THIS WEEK. SEE THESE SPECIALS! 1938 Ford V-S. Fordor and Tudor Sedans. "1936 Pontiac 4-door Special Sedan. 1937 Fontiac Special Coupe. . . You_Name~The .Terms! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. YOUR FORD DEALER. W. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings! -- Open Sundaysl SEE THEM TODAY! O.-K. USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION 1 E. E. VAN SCOY. INC.. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. LARGE SELECTION USED CABS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. 321 SO. PITTSBUKG ST. PHONE 8. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to go about getting it. Phone 12 or 13. Business Service Business Sen-ice Offered 18 CALL 24-J--For excellent wall paper celaning--same as last year. Kenneth Swartz. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R. Laughlin--INSURANCE. Sec me lor rates. 309 First National Bank BuildinB Pnonc 520. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storage For Household Goods. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 183. Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Hand Bills!--Binding!--Calllne Cards! BUI Heads!--Letter Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! No Trespassing Signd For Solel All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65 DAILY COURIER BLDG. OS PHONE RESIDENCE. f\. Merchandise Articles for Sale SI BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mats that arc excellent for lining the inside of your garage, barn, chicken coop or outbuildings of any kind. Selling at Ic each. Inquire at j The Courier Ofiice. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale Buildings, Building Materials 53 IF YOU ARE--Patching that small break in Iho kitchCK wall, or pla'-terins every ualt in the house, we can furnish your needs. Stone Work, Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 FOR EALEI--FOR SALE! SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located in Conncllbvillc. Scottdale, Evcrson, Mt. Pleasant and rural sections of Faette County. Sold on small down payments, balance on monthly installments. 5 to 15 years to pay. Only 5 r , 0 interest, no finance charge. If interested, kindly write, phone or call in peison. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY, 405 SECOND NATL. BANK BLDG. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. PHONE 1375. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! HERE'S HOW--You can find a market, for your farm products, your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household goods by running a email inexpensive ad in our Classified Section. There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will be read by many people who are looking for just the things you hax'e for sale. NOTE: AH classified ads are payable in advance. You will find our rales In the above Classified Heading. Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 56 Professional Services 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Clastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke. PH. G. Drugclst. 323 North Pittsburg Street. Phone 194. Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 WANTED--Lady to wash and iron, twice monthly, for family of two. Pay 52 00 per washing. Address Box 15, care Courier. - - GENUINE--Washington Run coal. Low price Wm. Dull Son Phone 107 or call Dawson. 3261 and 3G31. GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coal, 200 bu., 8c; 50 bu., 9c: 25 bu , 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. JUNIATA COAL--12c bushel, cash, delivered, 25 bushel orders also delivered Robert Welsh. Phone 4121-R-12. COAL -- Best grade 9-ft coal. Prompt delivery for any amount. Gerald Schomer. Phone 1991. Household Goods 59 WANTED--Woman aged 25 to 40 to make home in country. Nice home. Ira E. Coffman, R. D. 1, Acme, Pa. WANTED--Girl for general housework. Call 445. Scottdale. Situations Wanted--Female 36 YOUNG LADY--Wants day work. Write Box 33-A, ConneUsvllle, Pa. FOR SALE I LIVING ROOM--And dining room suits, dnvcnports, drevcrs. couches and beds Coal and «as ranges, also good desks and typewriters. Special, one child a large plav pen. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 E. PEACH ST. PHONE 50. SEE MF.RVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. NORTH PITTSBUHG ST. PHONE, 2020. Financial Need Money NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you ?300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. IF YOU DONT see what you want among these ads, advertise yourself tomorrow. AN AD A DAY keeps the Sheriff away. Let us explain our yearly low rate on consecutive advertising. Phone 12 or 13. EACH OF these ads brings together two people--advertiser and reader--for their mutual benefit and satisfaction. MAKE BOTH ends meet--use a Classified ad and get a buyer. Livestock Horses. Cattle, Other Slock 48 FOR SALE--Dairy type shorthorn bull calf, from record stock. First ?15 00 takes it. Box 4033, Dawson,-Pa, Nelson Porter. Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--AH breeds. · Purina Startcna. Keystone Feed stores. 110 West Apple Street. Phone 107. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ro W 27. 36 20 n IH 33 ' "~~ " Acrow 3 " 6 _ 1-- Ancient.; 27-- An aerial. · gangdom of -- -- 'maneuver -Arabia 28 -- Note of the ' S -- Tremble scale 10-- Spoken 29-- Thin fabric H -- A bone of made in - the-arm -- " ' China ~ IS -- A Chinese 31 -- Correlative dependency of neither 1* -- 1/1000 of an 33-- Compan- Inch ions ·15-- Type of SS-- Lady of Poem _ 37-- Scoff 38-- A head st-rvant (India) 39 -- Greek god .of war 37 30 :13--A bond -,17--Exhausted --10--Short- napped fabric 20--Answer 21--A constellation 22--One who irons 24--Trudges 25--Intention 26--Boxes 29--Agitate 30--Goddess of youth 32--Narrow inlet 34--Turkish magistrate 36--Doctor (abbr.) Answer to previous puule weary 20 -- A prize 21-- Falsehood 23-- Roman 1 money 24 -- Private Down 1--A yucca~ -.likeplant 6--German town on the- Danube 3--ATI infant River 4--Malt 7--Incipient beverage 8--Traveling 3uery bag- (abbr.) 9--Insurgent Copyright, 19i9, Kia S Features SyaAcate, Inc. FOR SALE--1 Frlfiidaire. sire 6. A-l Condition. Price reasonable. 132 South ZJghth Street. Wanted--To Bay SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGS I THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . . WILL PAY YOU IK CASH FOR ALL. THAT YOU BRING EN , . AT 5c PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 1 FURNISHED BEDROOM--Private bath, or 2 parti;, furmsned rooms. No children. 122 W. Peach St. ONE FURXISHED~BEDROOM--Suitable for one or two persons. 311 Ogdcn St., near Third Ward School. Rooms for ilooseRceping 69 ONE BEDROOM--And kitchen furnished lor light housekeeping Also two bedrooms. 103 lisas Avenue FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, 1219 Vine Street. FOR RENT--Two .furnished rooms for light housekeeping Inquire F. M Pistil]], next to Y. M. C. A. FOR RENT--Two unfurnished housekeeping rooms Phone 1421-W. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate WHAT YOU PUT INTO--Rent, someone else puts into Real Estate. Why don' you buy? Come in and talk it over Terms! PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. TOR SALE! SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES--Two six room houses in good condition. Price reasonable. 60 ACRES--Farm and timber land. Springfield Township, along dirt road leading to Pike. 2 FARMS--Located in Dunbar Township. near City. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760, FOR SALE--Eight room house in good condition. Bath, garage, one acre ol land. Improved road. Johnston School House. $2,250. SIX ROOM HOUSE--And finished third floor. House best of condition, nice garage, A house that will please you, Located at J120 Race Street. ROBERT NORRIS. PHONE 505. HOUSTON AVENUE. 2IG -- Six room frame house uith bath. In the very best o£ condition Immediate possession Priced to sell at $1,500. Inquire, Paul Wagoner, 1009 West Crawford Avenue Phono 1-18 FOR SALE--New eight-room house on Route 819, between Scottdale Dawson. Bath, electric, hot wntcr heal, hardwood floors, hot and cole ·water from new well, automatic pump Nelson Porter, Dawson, Pn. FOR SALE--Must sell summer house, MX room hou'-e, 26 3-10 acres, with h ouf.L Three miles Ea*;t of Indian Head James Long. Cleveland Street, Greensburg. Fa. Auctions--Legals Notices 91 DKSEUTION NOTICE. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: My ·wife. Mrh. Delia May Knop-nirier having left my bed and board withou just cau^e or pro\. ocation. I u.iil not be ·Obponsiblc fo her. 28feb-3t-tues any bills contracted bj Chas. Knopsnidcr. Star Route Scottdale. Pa. DKSKKTION NOTICE. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: My wife, Mary Lankcy. having l e f t irrj bed and bor.rd without just cause o provocation. I will not be responsible foi any bills contracted by her. Clark Lnnkey, Acme, Pa. 21/eb-3t-tucs. Women's Club, P e r r y o p o l i s , Has Meeting PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENTI T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLL. PA PHONE U75 Farms and Land for Sale 83 FOR SALE--71 acres 1 mile North East of Normal villc. Eight room house, heater, water in house. Bank barn, other outbuildings. Some umber Inquire Harriet Snder. Normalville. Pa. FOR SALS--Farm, 7 aci es, four room house, large cemented cellfir, electricity, .summer kitchen. Frank Ronzlo, Limestone Hill." OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE is nb near as your phone Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be met without any further trouble on your part - THERE IS a friendly spirit -in The Courier Clai-sidec _ Department which makes it a pleasure to ui,e this department. For results, try our service DON'T waste time wishing--look over the classified ads and sec how easily you can get what you want ALL THE BEST opportunities in Con- ncllwille and vicinity are to be found in one place--The Clashed Section. WRITTEN FOR AND RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION RSAD THIS FIRST: Summoned to the state penitentiary where her fatl-sr .'ics near death. Lona Ackerman 13 dismayed when he fails to recogci/e her. He is serving a life sen- tcnca for a murder which occurred Tvhen lie sought to avcuce his daughter's honor. Finding n (friend in Jim Ciaridge. Lorn, had ]UHt begun to take a new Interrst in life ·when the prison warden tclegiaphcJ her of her father's IHr.ess. Alone m the world, she had apent months, finding jobs, then losing them when it became known she was a. convict's daughter. Finally Jim had found her a new posit'on, saw more ond moie of her, until they fell In love. Tin) prison warden takra Lora to his home. As they ente-, two convicts confront them with guns. Once In the warden's car, the convicts eluy the warden and dump him out, then attempt a mad Ret-away with Lona in the f-cnt srat. livcntimliy she pretends to faint, then lurches for t^c steering wheel Then Uicy crash. Orly slightly injured, Lona recovers in the pr.son hospital and finds her father hns died. W-ien she takes her father's body to their old hniiic for burial, she finds herself the objci-t of all eyes, due lo the wide P u b l i c i t y tliat followed the attempted pi i.nii break. (NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY) CJ-1APTER SEVENTEEN LONA INSISTED upon leaving Brldgewater immediately after her father's funeral. Despite the kindly efforts of the old minister and his wife to persuade her to remain with them for a rest, she felt she could no longer stand the place, with its familiar scenes and its memories. After that last pitiful visit to the churchyard it was haunted; she felt that she had done with it forever. She never wanted to see the place again. It was as If she had written finis to a chapter of her life, a dark, fateful chapter, with which she was glad to be done. It was with that feeling- of finality uppermost in her mind that she listlessly made the train ride up to the city the morning after they had laid her father to rest. She was surprised to realize that, on the whole, she felt relieved. The thought of her father sleeping back there in the churchyard beside the mother she could scarcely remem ber was much less terrible, now that the shock was over, than the thought of him, shut away, living, in that gray stone horror of a prison. At ]east he wasn't suffering', eat Ing his heart out for her. She could feel easy about him new. She could plan for the future "With a free ir.ind. The worst had happened and U was over. She began to be anxious to get back to work, and to Jim. She half expected to find Jim waiting for her in the station where she had parted from him--was Jt leas than a week ago? An absurd little wave of disappointment took hold of her as the, scanned the milling, big-city throng, in vain, for his familiar face. Then she smiled wanely at her own childishness. Of course he couldn't possibly be here. She hadn't notified him she was coming back so soon. Besides, it was noon, and he would be at work. After the smug quietness of small-town Eridgewater, filled for all its peaceful surface with devouring eyes that had followed her every move as if she were some rare sort of animal on display, the impersonal bustle of the city streets was a welcome relief. The feeling of strain that had ridden her every minute since she had left Jim on this very platform lilted for the first time as she hailed a tax: and, giving her boarding house ad- dress, settled Into it gratefully. The driver took her orders without a second/glance her way, and j she could have hugged him in relief. After a v/eek of reporters popping up at every corner, cameras Hashing une?ipcctedly, and fingers pointing, it was good to be home. Home, where she could forget. . . . She'd take her luggage to her room, she decided, as she paid the driver before her boarding house door. After she bad freshened up a hit, she'd leave a call for Jim at Mrs. Peterman's, and then go to the office and report for work. A sudden shyness overtook her again, however, as she lugged her bag through the hall door and found her landlady's scrawny figure standing beside the stairs, facing her, an outraged look on her peevishly lined face, her lips tight. "So you're back!" the landlady said, before Lona could bring out even a hesitant greeting. "It's a wonder you've the nerve to show up here at all." For a moment Lona stared at her. "Why, what do you mean?" she brought out. "This is a decent boarding house. Thai's what I mean." The woman's eyes flashed, and her lips curled. "I'm an honest woman trying to make an honest living, and I don't harbor no notorious characters." "Notorious characters! You don't mean--surely you can't mean--" "Look at them newspapers!" The stricken look in the girl's eyes brought the woman's voice up defensively. Flouncing to the table where she kept the house supply of newspapers, she picked up a morning edition angrily. It had her picture on the fron'. page, Lona saw with sinking b:art. One of the innumerable dr.aps the news cameras had caught of her the last few days. Sicken'mgly, the headlines glared out at her. "Girl Who Thwarted Jail Break Buries Father," it shrieked. "The Last Chapter in. a Tragic Story Was Played Yesterday in the Quiet Country Cemetery of Bridgewater. . . ." "This is a decent house, I tell you," the landlady's whining voice repeated. "We can't he mixed up with no convicts here!" "I see." Lena's voice was tired. "I suppose you want me to--go. 1 "I'd be obliged if you'd pack up and turn over your keys. I'll give you back the rest of your week's rent. That's fair enough." She waited, her lips tight. "Yes," Lona heard herself saying. "I suppose that's fair enough. I'll go and pack." "You can wait until evening. 1 Her point won, the woman relented slightly. It'll probably take you afternoon hunting a room." But Lona shook her head. "I'll go now," she said, wearily, anc trudged up the rickety stairs with heavy feet- * * · A half hour later, out on the streel with her suitcase heavy on. her arm, she remembered that she hadn't put in her call to Jim. She hesitated, then hailed the first taxi she saw, recklessly. Nothing coulc induce her to go back into thai house again. She couldn't ask thai terrible woman for even the use o: t her telephone. The first address that came to her mind was the hotel to which Jim had directed her that night he had found her walking the streets, homeless, as she was now. Witn sudden resolve sho gave it to the taxi driver. It took all her nerve to force herself to walk unconcernedly into the familiar lobby and ask the cleric :or a room. As she took up the pen! :o sign her name to the register,j ner hands trembled. For a moment she was tempted to sign an alias,; any name but her own, but her, iride intervened. Carefully shield( ng what she was writing with herj eft hand, she traced a bold "Lonaj Ackerman," and with a toss of herf head added a defiant, "Bridgewa-j tor." Her heart came into her, mouth as the clerk scanned it cas-j ually and, without a sign of recognition, handed her a key from the 1 rack behind him. Once upstairs in the privacy ofj her room, she sat down limply on icr bed and gave way to the feeing she had been carefully keeping^ in check. That woman, how dared she! "Decent house," she had said.| As if she were something--un- 1 clean. Was she never to get clear- of this thing that was hauntlngj ler? Would it follow her like this always? Even here in the city she, lad been so glad to see this morn- _ ing was there to be no peace? She sobbed there on the bed for ( a few minutes in utter wretchedness. Then, sitting up, she wiped tier eyes with sudden detemina- iJon and, getting 1 to her feet, stood' before the mirror. Deliberately she forced herself to obliterate the traces of her tears and to tidy her loosened hair. After all, what was one spiteful woman in a whole city, full of people! Why let it get her down ? Not everybody was like that old cat! Picking up her phone she put in a call for Mrs. Peterman's boarding house. In a steady voice she left directions for Jim. to call her at the hotel as soon as he returned from work. The sight of his Jean face and the sound of his drawling voice across a dinner table was what she needed. Hesitating, she almost made up_ her mind to call Mr. Sanders at Western Realties and tell him she would be on the job in the morning. But she thought better of it and,putting on her discarded hat again,' she decided to go and see him in' person. At least, she told herself, 1 she'd have nothing to fear there! * * » The typewriter at her desk was clicking under the fingers of a strange girl when she opened the door of the office. From his end oC the room Barney, the office boy, stared at her blankly for a moment, then brought out a hesitating "Hello, there!" His blue eyes wavered before her glance and went quickly to the other girl's bent head, and back again. "Is Mr. Sanders in?" Lona asked, and Barney ducked his red head toward the inner office with an air' of what looked like relief. As she passed his desk, she saw her own picture staring up at her from the paper he had flung down hastily at her entrance, and her face burned, in sudden apprehension. Was it; possible that even here . . . her" steps lagged as she reached Mr.' Sanders' door. It took courage to open it. She thought of the words 1 , the landlady had screamed at her only a little while back, and squared her shoulders as she marched into the room. (To Be Continued) PEHRYOPOLIS, Mar. 7.--The Women's Club held its monthly meet ing and guest d;iy Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mary Low the with about 40 members and guest present. The meeting opened with « shoit business session conducted b; the president, Mrs. M. E. Townscnc which began w i t h the reading in uni son of the club's "Collect." This u a followed by the reading of th minutes and then plans were com pletcd for the benefit ten later thi month at the home of Mrs. Rowan Adams. The program included tw numbers on the piano accordion b, Mrs. Chads Chalfant, followed by talk by Dr. Robert M. Stecle, presi dent of the California State Teacher College on "Antonini Agcllo," a fa mous candle maker. A lunch wa served by the commi ttce, and Dr Stecle, upon request, gnve an in formal talk on the educational con ference in Cleveland from which h had just returned. Friendly Club Meets. Mrs. Clarence Metz entertained th Fuendly Club Thursday evening. The memh-"s had a handkerchief shower for Mrs. Charles Aspinwall in honor of her birthday. There were 15 present. Entertain Class. The class of boys taught by Joseph Henning met Friday evening in the community ha'.I of the Layton Methodist Episcopal Church with the teacher and his nephew, Gene Drumm, being hosts to the class. The evening was spent in Hostess to Club, Miss Vanclia Hamilton was hostess lo the W. O. O. Club Wednesday night. Other Items of Interest. Mr. and Mrs, Chads Chalfant and Mr. and William Stoner visited Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Mountain of Mill Run Thursday evening. Among tho sick are Bobby Gardiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G a i d nor; Arthur Forsythe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Forsythe; Mr. Moody, M"s. B. C. Slocum, George Pollock, Raymond Wilson and Mrs. Leon Rains Says State Boxing, Wrestling Fans Will GeWoney's.Worfh By BUCK MARRYAT International News Service Sports Writer. PHILADELPHIA, Mar 7.--Leon Rams, newly-appointed member of the State Athletic Commission for eastern Pennsylvania, today promised to devote his administration of the office to seeing that boding and wrestling fans get "their money's worth." Named to succeed Jules Aaronson, who resigned, Rains has been a s,ports promoter and advertising executive during the past 20 years. Although he retired from active participation in both fields in 1927, his interest in the sporting world has not dimmed. His new post pays $5,000 a year. "My first thought will be for the protection of all fans who pay the overhead," he said. "After that will come welfare of the contestants and promoters. "One thing I will not stand for is poor matchmaking that might cause reflection upon the commission or the State. I will demand good shows that will provide the fans with real entertainment for their money." Living up to his promises won't be hard for the new commissioner, for during his reign as a fight promoter here, he produced big name fighters, guaranteed large purses, and saw to it that fans had their money's worth. Expressing the wish that he would do as good a job as Anronson, his predecessor, Rains promised immediately to put into practice a few ideas he has in mind. "Understand," he was quick to point out, "I am not a radical. But I have had long experience with both boxing and wrestling and know exactly what it means . . . to run these sports on the highest plane." Fred Fin 1 :. Dale Mailin spoke on "The History of the Early Chribtian Church" Thursday night at the Teacher's Training Class in the Layton Methodist Episcopal Church. Mrs. Frank Wilhclm and son, Danny, spent Thursday in McKeesport. Marie Pore entertained the school children of Layton by giving a program on her xylophone Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L-inderman and son, Huston, visited Mrs. Olive Cottom of Uniontown Wednesday eve-: ning. Mrs: 'Cottom, well known here is confined to her home witn infected fingers." Attend Church Play. The Perry schol auditorium was filled to capacity Friday night when the women of the Goodwill Bible Class of the Perry Methodist Eps- copaL Church presented a minstrel show. Among those who came from out-of-town wcic, Mrs. Alice Holt, Mrs. Charles Holt, Mrs. Oron Waters, Denzi] and Thomas Holt, all of Ohiopyle, Elizabeth and Eliza Higginbotham of Chestnut Ridge; Mrs. J. M. Hazen and Mrs. J. P. Hazen of near Smock, Mr. and Mrs. George Gaul*, and daughter, Martha, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hagerty, Lulu Hagcily, Tho:nas and Julia KcfTer of Dawson, and Mr. and Mrs. William Hagerty of West Newton. Prrry W. C. T. U. Wednesday. PeivyopoliS Woman's /Christian Ternpeiance Union will meet at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening with Mrs. Adams at Perryopolis. There will be a moth' .5 program in connection with the meeting and all mothers of the community, w.iether members of the union or not, aie invited to attend. Donora Rabbi Resigns. Rabbi Gilbert A. Elefant has announced his resignation as pastor of Chav Shalom, Donora Hebrew congregation, to accept a call to New Castle. He had been at Donora since 1915. Dunbar Center Five Passers Win Baltic Dunbar Recreation Center basketball quintet staged a wild fourth quarter rally to crush the Mount Pleasant Feather Merchants by a score of 36-27. Lyons featured for the victors with 12 points. The line-ups: Feather Merchants Anderson, £ Freed, f Rutkosky, f Murray, f ,, E. Queer, c Lanzino, g .. Totals .11 5 27 Non-scoring substitutes--J. Crusan and Pfrogner. Dunbar McDoveille, £ Gent, f Harvey, c Bigley, g . G. 3 4 3 2 F. Pts. Lyons, g -- 36 Totals _ _ 18 Score by quarters: Merchants 5 4 11 7--27 Dunbar _ 4 6 8 18--36 These Kittens Are Fun To Stitch Household Arts by Alice Brooks Spirited Kittens Enliven Cross Stitcb Towels · COP tm MOUSIKO.D ARTS. 1HC PATTERN 6338 "Fun and merry-making in the kitchen!" decree these kittens in-easy cross stitch as they promptly set the example! And you 11 have fun as'you stitch them on a set of six smart tea towels for they're m iuch easy stitch- ery--TOSS stitch, outline and single stitch. Make a set lor a friend. Here's work a ilttle girl could do. Pattern 6338 contains a transfer pattern ol 6 motifs averaging 5'ix6 inches; materials needed; illustrations of stitches; color schemes. To obtain this pattern send ten cents in coin to The Daily Courier Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14;h Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER.

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