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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 193S. Auxiliary to I. C. Athletic Council Honors St. Benedict Academy Students Past Matrons' Club, j Eastern Star, Meets The Past Matrons' Club of the Conncllsville Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star met Tuesday mgtit ;it the home of Mrs. Charles F. Hirst oC Scoltdale with twelve members in attendance. At! tho business session officers for tho coming year were elected as. fallows: President, Mrs. Peter R. Weimor; vice-president, Mrs. Bcnjamiv F. Smith; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. M. In College Sorority Honoring the junior" and "senior classes of St. Benedict Academy, Pittsburgh","the Ladies' Auxiliary; to the "ImmaculatelConccption iMMctlc: Council gave n "beautifully arranged" dinner dance Wednesday. Mrs. John J. Brady and Mrs. Edward McCarthy were general chairmen, assisted by a ·number of aides. The visiting students, accompanied by Sister Imelia and Sister Augusta, came here by bus to meet the senior and junior classes of the Immaculate Conception High School. There were thirty in the group. - - · Dinner was served at noon at the social.-hall-of the Immaculate Conception Church, places for . sixty being'laid. The local senior clas» colors, red and white, were effectively carried out. Roses, snap- d"carnations adorned the "tables;.,'.Favors, were: miniature 3amps, "cleverly fashioned of vari- Icolorcd gum drops,' with bhadcs har- 3ionizfri5 "with .the-- predominating - olor motif. - Earl Trump, Immaculate Conception football coach, was 4oastmastcr, -Interesting tnlks-wefe Jivcn by Miss-Mary McCleary and ;MIss Harriet Bowers of St. Benedict Academy, and Wilbur Hunt, Miss -Mary Carolyn Logan -and Miss Theresa Cliflord of the local senior elass. Music enlivened the occasion. ·- The Parochial High School auditorium was the scene o'f the" dance. The hours were from 1 to 4 o'clock nnd the young students had a most enjoyable time.' Light refreshments were 'served at 3:30 o'clock. Music for dancing was directed by William Mayflcld. Aides were Mrs. George Friedel, Mrs. Chris J. Fctte, Mrs. M. C. O Connor, Mrs. George Snyder, Mrs. D. W;-Htckey, Mrs. Charles Way, Mrs. Amelia Galiardl, Mrs. Martin Rottlcr, Mrs. Edward Lynch, Mrs. Monroe Marietta, Mrs. P. J. King, Mrs. I. L. Soisson and Mrs. McMahon. Hospital Dietitian Speak Before Medical Auxiliary Miss Esther M. Siefert, dietitian at the Conncllsville State Hospital, will be guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Fnyette County Medical Auxiliary to be held Thursday evening, March 3, at the White Swan Hotel, Uniontown. Choosing for her subject, "Trends In Menu Planning," Miss Scifert will give a history of the menu planning in hospitals and trace its development to the present day. Her visit to the auxiliary has been arranged through the courtesy ol the Hospital, superintendent, Miss Emily A. Holmes, who Is planning to accompany Miss Seifort, unless professional duties prevent her visit. Mrs. George N. Riffle will discuss the "Highlights of Medicine." - Plans are being completed for the auxiliary's annual luncheon honoring the State"president, Mrs. Wellington D. Gricscmer, Thursday, March 25, at the White Swan Hotel. P. A. Elinor L. Duggan . And Fiance-Honore'd Miss Elinor Louise Duggan of THRIFT CLUB MEETS WITH MISS FLORENCE McCLINTOCK Miss Florence McClinlock entertained the Thrift Club Tuesday evening at her home in Bast Crawford avenue. Games were played after the business session and prizes were won by the following: Door--Mrs. J. C. Jacobs and Mrs. J. R. O'Hnra; "pigs," Mrs. Mary Ross and Mrs. Lloyd Gangaware; g a m e s--Miss Florence McClintock, Mrs. Clara Walk and Lloydclln Gangaware; guest awards--Mrs. Suttlc and Lucille O'Hara. Lunch was served by the hostess. Appointments in keeping with Washington's Birthday prevailed. '· Each of the club members presented Mrs. McClintock with birthday gifts. The next meeting will be held March 22, place to be announced. A social hour, featured by games, followed. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. A. W. Young and Mrs. H. W. McRobbie. Trie committee, composed of Mrs. Hirst, Mrs. C. E. Carson and Mrs. Crowe served lunch. BAHL CHILDREN APPEAR ON LTJTHERAN PROGRAM Appearing on the program at the South Pittsburg street, whose ntarri- .social · meeting oMho _Men's Bible age to Harold M. Dcas of Atlanta,' Class and Brotherhood of the Trln- Ga., will be an event of Saturday, ] Ity Lutheran Church Monday night was honored at a bridge party given' at the church, June, Jack and Robert Wednesday night by Mrs. Frank' Dahl,- children -of _Mr.v_ and- Mrs. Bryne at her home at Scottdale. Four Charles A. Dahl of Apple street, tables of contract bridge were In * rendered several musical numbers. play, with Mrs. Basil 3. Soisson and Jack and Robert played trap "drums Miss 'Dorothy Duggan winning the and bells, with June at the piano. awards. The honoree received a lovely guest prize. Later In the evening lunch, with a pink and white color.motif prevailing, was served. Each,"table was centered with a lighted pink candle in a crystal hold- Honoring Mr. Dcas, Frank Byrne and John Byrne gave a stag party on tfie s'a'mc night at the home of the latter at Scottdale. JOHN GRACIE OF MELCROFT HONORED ON BIRTHDAY An. enjoyable party was given Monday · evening at Neiderhiscr's Grove near Donegal in honor of the birthday of John Oracle of Mclcroft. The evening was spent at cards and dancing, with a six piece orchestra from Boswcll providing dance music. A delicious lunch was served. The honor guest received many attractive gifts. Present at the party were: -Mildred Shaffer, Louclla Campbell, Emily Korzcn, Donald Shaffer, Frank Karzon, Lucille Kough and Mabel Hayman of Donegal, Orvall McClcan, Nell Marettl, Mary Dasky, Carrie Stopka, Dorothy Solomon, Paulinc_Solomon, Verda Solomon'nnd Kathcrtnc Hess of Mel- cro.t, Paul Miller and Frances Geary of;- Champion, .Vcrna ^Mae Heiple, Gale Adams, Lois Solomon nnd Ethel Solomon of Davistown, Charles Kcs 1m; Mr. and Mrs. James Brady and SOB. Glen, Ethel Ulery,~Blair Wright, Ruth .Miller, R.' J7 Miller, Charles Matheny, Wilma '"Mognet r ~-Edward Utoyrand Mr. and Mrs".'Albert Mil- lerrot Jones Mills, Thomas'BuIebnsh otrMammoth, Robert Picffer of Norvelt, Bill Barnhart of Jamison, Donald HooU,~Parke""Mont!cu6 Elwood Mon- tlcne and Cloffrd Sargent of Stahlstown.^Leon Hoke.:o£. Acme, Irene BoycrrEileen Spleglcf, Basil Sheftic, John Pelcsky," Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hydack, Samuel Shucbec," John Catoky, Sr:, Mike Chubcd, John Saroka and Mike Kurticka of Bos- wcll. ^. ~ With" Mrs. SlajflOrndorff. nhc.-S. L. Club was -entertained Wjjlncsday. evening at tho_home~of Mrs. Max Orndorff In the Phalin apartments, ."South Connellsville. Bingo jtvasJhe. diversion. .First prize wriy wpn by Mrs. D. .W. Cook, .second by;Mrs..C..O. Meyers, third by Mrs. CiZA.-JJurbin and"" special by-Mrs; J;HB- Shipley. Mrs.-Russell Pierce was given the guest prize. The hostess served lunch, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Pierce. Mrs. W. W. Young will be the hostess at the next meeting. ·IN TIMES LIKE THESE' Do you hositata to got *. ' loin? Jus! cono in ud toll u how you will iop«y u. la imoll, ro3\i!ii lnutftlmonU ' . . . tho rest ll ilmpU ot ' Ptrional Finance Co. No ·ndonou. Com* in NOWI lOANSupliJJW--AltPUNJ 375 O///c.« · Ninth Tear in CoonellsvJlle. ^ PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Over McCroy's. ^ W. Craulora Avenut. ^ Pbonr M. Their skill amazed the audience and they were greeted with generous applause. William R. Brown, Martin Gerkc, Ralph Snyder and Ralph Richey were hosts at the meeting. CHARLES SI. POSHARDS HONORED WITH SHOWER Mr.'a'nd Mrs. Charles H. Poshard, whose marriage was a recent event, were feted at a large and prettily arranged miscellaneous shower, given Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Poshard's pcrcnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. I. E. Welling, with whom the newlyweds reside, in East Murphy avenue. A complete surprise to Mr. and Mrs. Poshnid, the shower win given by the Epworth League of the First Methodist Episcopal Church and was attended by about thirty-five guests. Miss Ruby Taylor was general chairman and arranged diversified entertainment. A highlight was n debate, "Resolved, That It Is Better to Make Love By Moonlight Than By Electric Light." Debaters were Lycll' Williams and James Cropp. This feature provided much amusement. Three readings were given by Norman Morrison. A fashion parade, the participants making their own paper costume for the occasion, was another feature. Games were also enjoyed, after which a dainty lunch was served. The honored guests received a great variety of beautiful gifts. Miss Taylor's aides were Miss Alice Mae Williams, James Cropp, Bryco Dixon, Ruth and William Hixon, Betty King, Lyell Williams, Delmar Christy, Ruth Blacka, Alma Dawson and Ruthclla Welling. Mrs. Poshard is the former Miss Nell Rose Welling. WOMAN'S CULTURE CLUB WILL SPONSOR PLAYS The semi-monUily meeting of the Woman's Culture Club to be held Monday afternoon at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library will be featured by two one-act plays, "Mother's Cooking," n comedy, nnd "I Know George Washington," Tho cast for the former play Is: Mrs. Harold Atkinson, Mrs. W. L. McNamara, Mrs. L. S. Elliott, Mrs. Harold Roth and Mrs. Clarence L. Mnc- Donald; for the Colonial play, Mrs. Paul D. Luckey, Mrs. H. W. McRobbie, Mrs. Carl T. Anstine, Mrs. R. S. Cooper, Mrs. A. R. Springer, Mrs Ira D. 7.ounkin, Mrs. O. O. Oster- wlsc. The plays are being given under the direction of the dramatic' committee of which Mrs. MacDonald is chnirm.-n. Members may bring guests. NORMAN HABEKER FETED ON HIS 21ST BIRTHDAY Mrs. Norman Habcrcr gave a delightful party Tuesday night at her home In South Conncllsville In honor o£ the twenty-first birthday anniversary of Mr. Habcrcr. Five hundred and dancing were the diversions of the evening. At a late hour supper was served, appointments in keeping with Washington's Birthday prevailing. Favors were cherry trees. Five hundred prizes were received by Clarence Lee, Mrs. Roy KcfTcr and Mrs. Clarence Lee. Mr. Hnbcrer received many attractive and useful gifts. WEEKLY REHEARSAL IS HELD BY CIVIC CHORAL SOCIETY The Civic Choral Society met for rehearsal Wednesday night at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Dean in Sycamore street. Director of the choral is Miss Helen Kichl of Pittsburgh. Organized last November, the membership of the society has increased from eight to twenty-six. Rehearsals are held weekly. GREENWOOD FANCYWORK CLUB TO MEET MARCH I -Mrs. S. L.'Milfer will'cntortain the Greenwood_Fancy\vork Club Tuesday afternoon, March 1, at her homo In-East Crawford avenue. . Will Conduct Devollonals. Devotlonals at-the monthly meeting of the Carrie Kcnyon Auxiliary of the. First Methodist Episcopal Church" to be held Friday night at the church parlor, will be conducted by Mrs. Leonard. Miss Martha Kauffman is program leader. Hostesses arc Mrs. S. B. Henry, Mrs. J. C. Henry, Miss Anna Homer and Mrs. Pearl Wood. B. B. M. Club Meets. The B. B.-M. Club held its first meeting Tuesday night at 621 Snyder street. Prizes were won by the fol- High, Mrs. Roy Jayncs; Mrs. Lawrence Greene; lowing: second, third, Mrs. Wcdgewood; special, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Lawrence Grceno and Mr. Zachariah and Arthur McGann. SWING CLUB'S FIRST DANCE ATTRACTS 110 COUPLES The opening dance of the Swing Club was held Wednesday night at the Elks ballroom and was a success [n every way. About 110 couples danced to music by Frank Patcrra nnd his Sophisticated Rythm. Miss Carmel Sanzonc was chairman. Miss Margaret DcBolt and Miss Cecelia Prlc'..ard also served on the committee. Out-of-town guests from Dunbar, Lcmont, Uniontown, Republic, Brownsville, Scottdale, Mount Pleasant, Grcensburg, Vanderbilt Star Junction, Belle Vernon, Monon- gahcla and Moncsscn attended. KEYSTONE CLUB HOLDS CARD AND BINGO PARTY Keystone Club held its weekly card and bingo party Wednesday night at Odd Fellows Temple. Prizes were won by the following: Five hundred--high, Mrs. J. M. Rltchey; second, Mrs. Nadmi McWilliams third, Mrs. J. W. Elslcy; bingo--high, Mrs. Harry Morgan; second, Mrs, David Barnes; third. Miss Stella Reagan; door--Mrs. Nellie Martin; special bingo--high, Mrs. Violet Orbin; second, Mrs. Harry Morgan; third, Mrs. Naomi McWilliams. Miss Catherine Forsythc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Forsythe of Dawson, wai initiated into the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority at Penn State College Wednesday. Miss Forsythc is a sophomora at the school and is studying the liberal arts course, majoring In English and dramatics. She Is a graduate of the Conncllsville High School, being a member of the Class of 1935. McNutf s Democratic Friends Hold $6,000 Reception at Capital Continued from Page One.' Secretary of War Harry Woodring today. Frank McHnlc, close associate of McNutt; Governor M. Cliflord Townsend of Indiana, nnd Bowman Elder, head of the McNutt machine's two per cent club in Indiana by which its campaigns are financed, will be guests. Meanwhile McNutt waited a call from the White House to present his brief case full" of information on Far Eastern problems to the President. Before leaving for Washington he flew from Manila to Shanghai for n conference with Admiral Harry E. Yarncll of the Asiatic fleet. Despite the large turn-out at the three-hour reception yesterday to greet the tall, iiandsome commissioner, many high Democrats were absent. Democratic National Chairman James A. Farley, vacationing in Florida, sent his regrets. Only two cabinet members--Attorney-General Homer S. Cummings and Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper--and the wife of the Secretary of War, Mrs. Harry Woodring, filed past McNutt and his hosts. Senator and Mrf. Sherman Minion, Democrat, Indiana. Senator Frederick Van Nuys, Democrat, Indiana, vigorous opponent of the McNutt political machine in Indiana, did not attend, although his office previously had announced that he would. At the Van Nuys home it was reported that the senator was 111 with lumbago. Red v River's Flood Waters Receding Sy United Presj. FULTON, Ark., Feb. 24.--Flood waters of the Red River, which jiad threatened to inundate this town, receded slowly today and Army engineers said the danger was past. The river crested at an all-time record stage of 30.3 feet last night but fell two-tenths of n foot in six hours. Although the town was believed safe, 50,000 acres of farmland were under water and hundreds of. persons were homeless. Loss- of livestock and damage to homes was heavy. I. H. CLUB ENTERTAINED BY MISS ALBERTA HELMS Miss Alberta Helms entertained the I. H. Club Wednesday evening at her home in South Conncllsville. Two tables of Ave hundred wore in play with Mrs. Michael Contc and Miss Betty Hall receiving prizes. Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Conte. Miss Helen Mcckes will entertain the club at her home in South Arch street Wednesday, March 9. Ruth Beck Passes Stale Board Tesfs Miss Ruth Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Beck of D.mdson nvcnuc, a graduate nurse of the Trcs- bytcrinn Hospital, Philndclphla, has been notified shc,successtully passed the State Board examination and is now a registered nurse In Pennsylvania and in New York City. At present Miss Beck is nursing in Roosevelt Hospital, New York. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN VOU CENTRAL PRESS By S h o p a r d B a r c l a y Tlio Authority on AuUiorltlcV* KBSIST TEMPTATION WHO DOKSN'T got « kick out of managing to uiko tlio flrnt trick with nome extremely nmall apot curtlT By no doing you unve all [your larger oncn for later use. But ]( taking tlio first trick ehouply means that you block your «lcM from more trlcltn than the original one. you have to paa.i up your chance to have that early fun. 4 A Q 8 2 » J2 4 10 9 7 5 */K 8 4K 107 * Q 10 8 2 y A i / 0 5 + A Q O £A K 7 4 (Dealer: South. East-West vulnerable.) 1 Three-No Trumps by South wan tho final contract on this deal, South having opened with 1-No Trump, North bidding two and South tliree. When the club 2 wo led, the 5 was played from dummy, tho 3 by East and without thinking South played the 4. When he did he Tulncd his cliance of ever, making the contract. The heart 2 was led and tha 0 Uncased, which lost to West'S'Q. West returned the spade .10, which South won. with the J. lie cashed the spade K and led th« club 7, hoping West would allow tho J to win. West, who had been able to get a count on the suit, jumped In with the Q, and from that point on It was hopeless for declarer to enter the dummy. Hod he wan the first lead 01 clubs with on honor and th"n cashed bin two high spades, lie could have followed with the club K and a small club. Whether West won the third round or not. South would still have had a club to get to the J and cash the two remain- Ing spades, which In addition to the two Aces and three club tricks would have given him game. Tomorrow's Problem A J 10 8 5 ¥ 6 4 2 + None + 8 6 5 4 3 2 Indefinite Term for Manslaughter. CANTON, Ohio, Feb. 24.--Clifford Ewing. '1.1, Washington, Pa., today prepared to start .in Indefinite term at the Mansllcld, Ohio, reformatory after pleading guilty to a second de- Krcc manslaughter indictment. Judge Fiank N. Swcilzcr passed the sentence, Ewmg \v;is accused of being the driver of an automobile which struck and killed Daniel Kinc, cemetery caretaker at nearby Grcentown, January Ifa. ARE YOU 3/ ONLY A 74 (Dealer: East. Neither slfle vulnerable.) What Is South's safest play for 4-Spades, the heart 10 being the opening teodT After winning the Drat trick with the A. East returned the heart Q. Men can nevrr umfpntand a wife--a wife who I* lovable for thir* w«tlu of th» month--hut a htll-cit th» fourth. No matter how your back »ch»-- no nutter how loudly your mrvca Scream--don't Ukt It out on your hiuband, For throe concretions one ·woman fata toW another how to go "umlllnc through" with Lydla B. Pinkham'* Vegetable Compound. It hclpi Nature tone up tha ·yitem, tfaua to«eD- Injf the discomforts from the functional dia- order* which women must endure. Make a no to NOW to g*t a bottle of PlnVham'a today\VITUOUT FAlLfrom your druRj-ist--moro than A million women otv* written In letter* reporting benefit. Why not try LYDIA. E. PINKHA.M*S VEGETABLE COMPOUND! Dunbar Township Man Files Exceptions in Fence Feud Action UNIONTOWN, Feb. 24.--Despite very definite court order--expected o end the neighborhood feud over a ence in Dunbar township--the case ontinues to occupy attention o£ the court with the defendant, Samuel 'oscph, filing exceptions to the flnd- ngs of face, conclusions of law and decree handed down February 9 by Judge H. S. Dumbauld. The case originated when Amato nd FHomcna Cicircttl, neighbors of Joseph, sought legal action to have a !cnce, erected by the latter, removed 'rom an alley between the proper- ,ics because it prevents, egress or exit !rom their premises. Judge Dumbauld handed down n mandatory injunction, commanding Joseph to at once remove the fence nnd obstruction from the alley and enjoining him from, hereafter, maintaining any fence or obstruction upon or across the alley. Costs of the proceeding were placed on tho defendant. In the latest action, Joseph through his attorney, filed six objections to the court's decree. . Predicts United States V/ill Become Involved LOS ANGELES, Feb. 24.--Sir Josinh Stamp, director of the Bank of England, predicted that the United States must become involved in the ominous chain of events in Europe which began Sunday with Adolt Hitler's demand for Germany's "lost 1 colonies. Trl-Town Chcoserlno. The DicUerson Run, Liberty . Vanderbilt (Trl-Town Community) Volunteer Fire Department will hole a chccsiCrino tonight nt 8 o'clock al the fire station at Vanderbilt. Al members of the company are requested to be in attendance. Feelo and Paul Parole Hearings Saturday Morning UNIONTOWN, Feb. 24,--Hearings on parole petitions of Ernest Fcelo ind James Paul, now incarcerated in Allegheny county workhouse, have been set for 10 o'clock Saturday morning and the defendants will be privileged to attend "at their own cost and expense," it was revealed in an order handed down by Judge H. S. Dumbauld who imposed their sentences. The jurist stipulated In separate orders that the defendants, Feela and Paul, "now confined in Allegheny county workhouse be returned to county jail at their own cost and expense" that they "may attend a hearing on the application for parole to be held in courtroom No. 2 Saturday morning at 10 o'clock." The orders also stipulated that the superintendent of the workhouse release the prisoners in custody of Sheriff Thomas H. Aubrey. Feclo was sentenced on a pica ot guilty to maintaining and operating a lottery in connection with operation of Uniontown "numbers" pool. Paul was sentenced following conviction for maintaining bawdy houses in Uniontown and at Bcthclboro. Nightly Revival Service. Elder James Brady, evangelist, Is conducting nightly revival services at the Apostolic Assembly m McCormick avenue. The public is invitcti to attend the meetings which start at 7:30 o'clock. DANCE TONIGHT! EAGLES HA III J)IXOM.\\S Hour* 3 to 1 Door Trim $12.50 Dependent Children Put Under Supervision Of Welfare Service UNIONTOWN, Feb. 24.--Dependent children lodged by Fayctte county courts into loster homes at the expense of the county are being placed under the supervision of, the !?hlld Welfare Service by orders which removes them from the jurisdiction of the female probation office. Fourteen orders affecting 31 children were signed Tuesday by Judge Harry A. Cottom with approximately 70 to be transferred later by additional court instructions. Meanwhile County Solicitor Clark W. Martin jnd Miss Fanny Machettc, secretary o! the Child Welfare Service in the county, are endeavoring to work out some system that will enable the maintenance of dependent children to be Included in the weekly sum alloteJ those affording -foster homes. Heretofore the amount paid has varied with additional sums being paid out for clothing. VELVET RUGS 27x54 inch. Tan, taupe, rose and blue grounds. WINDOW BLINDS 3Sc Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE. Feb. 24,--William Anderson and family of Leisenring attended the I. O. O. .F. lodge social hour held at the lodge hall Friday evening. Elwood Orndorff has returned home from a motor trip to Florida. Miss Roberta Bailey, nurse, who has spent the past two months taking core of. her mother, Mrs. F. K. Bailey who underwent an operation at Uniontown, Hospital several weeks ago and is now recuperating rapidly al her home, left Tuesday for Washing- ington, D. C. From there she will go to Florida to tafc" care of an uncle, George Colborn, who is ill. Mrs. Sylvia Hclterbran spent Tuesday calling on "Uniontown friends. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Mason and family of Pittsburgh and Oliver Mason of West Newton have returnee home after the past week spent at the Mason farm at Kcntuck after the death o£ their father, William A. Mason. Mrs. Stanton Skinner of Scottdale called on Ohiopyle friends last week Mrs. Lida Stuck attended the fu- eral of B. Hahn at Mount Pleasant Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Wahlcr of Uniontown spent Sunday with their grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Raffcr- ty. Washable, huff. Green or LACE CURTAINS Two panels. Ready to hang. $1 pr. FELT BASE RUGS S4.95 3x12. Tile and floral designs. HARRY HOWMAN .713 TV. Crawford Avenue, TODAY OR . . T O THE OPEN HOUSE AT THE BELL TELEPHONE 6LDG. 145 E. Crawford Ave. CONNELLSVILLE Last Two Days! Feb. 24 and 25 Guides on duty from Ho S jura. For Every Occasion F L O W E R-S" From Oglevee's In times of sickness or death-on occasions of mirth and happiness--Flowers from Oglevee's tell of your affection and regard. Oqlevee Sons FLOitlSTS Cut Flo-vvcrs Designs 113 South Pittslmrg Street ?hone 421. .HILE-AOUNUTE 3LVRTY --by- Ija-wronco Galley, Hlllcrcst, Conuellsvillo ITS A TIGHT WATCH tAE.Ri.ss IWTY THEPE'S ATRCK COMING! CAtfSTRW HAVE. PLtNT/ IN 'ELM -^ THAT COMES) THi?a IN ^ . you will thrill features. Before you buy a new car--see the NEW CIIRYSLBU first! You will like its smart, sleek Hues to Its quick response, sensitive touch . . . and you will enjoy constant savings from its great Come in today for a demonstration. ALL MAKES and MODELS Thoroughly Re-Conditioned and Guaranteed--At Prices That Will Please You!

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