The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 7, 1930 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 7, 1930
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PAGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLV3 LLE, FA. JTKIDAT, MAKCH: T, Rev. Stevens Speaker at Annual Sportsmen's Auxiliary Banquet With Rev. B II Stevens, pastor of tho Fiist Baptist Church of Connellsville, as the principal speaker, the . K. MISSIONARY SOCIETIES HOLD INTERESTING HEF.TlJfG-S The afternoon peno-l of Church Bay Thursday at the MethKli8t f'rst annual banquet o£ the Woman's Episcopal Church was, given over to Auxiliary to tho 1'ayette County Fish the re gt,iar meetings «t tho Women's, i ad Came Association held Hoffl( and Foreign Missionary Socie- hist night in the .-ocial auditorium of the Philip Oochr?n Memorial Metho- mst- Bpiscopal Onurrh at Dawaon, was a moat delighttu. occasion. Tho haniiuet was son od liy the worn on o£ the- church and tho appointments were lovoly in every detail The memi con- iistod of the many good things ac- convpanj'ing a re il chicken dinner Covers for approximately eighty . Immediately following the lunch- at noon the Foreign Society met with the president, Mrs. W. S. Behanna presiding and conducting the devotionale. A demonstration on Founders Day was plven by Mm! Grant Myere, Mrs. C. O. Bane, Mrs D. R Graham and Mm. Behanna. Two piano numbers were delightfully members, their husband and friends, rendered by Dehnar (Thristy. It was were laid at t\so long tables "extending announced that tho semi-annual meet- the entire length of the auditorium f n S ot the Woman's Toreign M!«»ion- h.uh table was made attractive with ary Society ot the McKeesport district (href low m o u n t s of deep purple will be neld Thursday, March IS, in i j c l a m i n s , encin led with smil-ax. H. the Scottdale church The local so- L. Krepps, s-e-cn-tary of the Fayette ciety Is planning to end a large dele- County Fish and Game Protective As- gation. soclatlon, asked the blessing The oc- lasion wan enllvonded by popular .songs rendered in xmison between c, Mrs. W. H. Friend led in hinging and Mra. William Blough was the accompanist. 1 Mr. R. T. Sullivan, president of the auxiliary, was 'oastmistress and delivered the adar^a of welcome. In the absence of Harold D. Carroll of Dunbar, president of the men's organization of the county, greetings wore brought to the Woman's Auxiliary by The "Woman'B Homo Missionary Society held the last meeting. In the absence of the preeid«int, Mrs. A. B. Kurtz, Mrs. J. S, Detw41er presided, Mrs. J. B. Henderson conducted the devotlonala and Mrs . ' D R . Graham gave very Instructive illustrated review of the sixth chapter of the mission study hook. Mrs S. L. Miller read an article 'Why Browning Home?" after which Mrs. I/onna Peters sang "Our Fifty Years," in commemoration of the fiftieth annlver- m- por«50uatioK3 b Ralph and Klsley Witt, wei enjoyed. Robert O. B"\son of Chalk Hill, county game protector, gave a talk in which he told the womon how in many ways they could help the men in carrying r.«t thpir work, Thoimis Charleswovth rendered a solo, accompanied by lis fcister, Mrs C B Thomas, after which ho and Mrs. Thomas rondoi«d a vocal ilne-t, The next pence' was given over to Rev. Stevens, who gave a lino talk on "Woman, A Pal of Man.' His entiro discourse was repleto with interest and was one of the outs tan ding features of the program. Th« next regular meeting of tho Woman's Auxiliary will be heid Monday night in the home of Mrs. William Blou-gh, Orawt'ord avenue, We^t Mcle. CHRISTIAN WOMEN HAVE INTERESTING PROGRAM j A very interesting and largely at- i tended meeting o£ the Woman's Missionary Society of the Christian Churoh vfia held Thursday afternoon j Mrs. Peter R. VVeime-r presided. In the absence of a, c secretary, M i « \ Martha Charlesworth, Mrs. Chester Stafford ai:tei. Mrs C. K. Reynolds had cl arge of tho devotional exercises and read tlio World Call report SolOH were rendered by Mis. Frank W. Showman and Mrs. Stewart, who wore accompanied by Mrs. Paul' Lucius. Mrs. Lelan-1 Whipkay and Mrs. William II. Showman ga\e readings. Refreshments w«ra served by a committee n^aco up of Mrs. W. H. Berger, hostess, whose aides w e t e Mrs. *f. M Orey, Mrs J. B Crisiip and Mrs. Peter It. Weimer Mrs C L,. Burkcy will be leader lor the April meetkig. TEN TABLES IN PLAY AT V. OF F. W. CARD PARTY Ten tables were called into play for ttvo hundred at A delightful benefit card party ^ ven last night by Walter B. Brown Post, Veterans of Foreign Warn, in the club room-s in Noith Pittsbuig street. Head prices were won by Miss Kathorlne Herman and J. N Drago; second, Mrs. D. W. Cook and L. K. Swallop. Mrs Nye won tho rioo v prUe Lunch was seryed by the Ladles Auxiliary. The last of the er es w i l l bo held Thursday night, Ma-ch 20, \t which time two grand prises for the- highest scores of the ser'es still be given In addition to the regular prices. SECRET SERVICE CLASS ELECTS OFFICERS The Secret Service Claee of the First Baptist Church held its regular monthly mooting ut the home of Jean Wilson of South Eighth street, West Side, The eessioti was opened with devotional*, after which the following officer* were elected: President, Genevleve Leaenre; secretary, Sarah Prinkey; treasurer, Lilhan Cole. Two guests were In attendance. Radlc" music was the diversion. Luncheon v AS served by the hoetees. The next meeting; will be held at the homo of Su-ah Prinkey on Black»tone avenue. Fhtlathea Class About iwe-nty-sven members attended tho regular meeting of the Philathe'i Chiss of the First Baptist Ctnufh at which Mrs. Glenn A. Oad- walladcr wab hostess last night at itr homo in Sycamore street. A social hour and refreshments followed the business aieellng. She was accompanied by Mre. Graham. Mrs Detwiler, Mrs. Clara Port and Mrs. Willaim K*»tner took part in the topic, "City Co!.feronce Work." A buainese session was then, held. The principal business transacted at the Ladies' Aid Society held in the morning, with Mr. II. F. Tompklns, the retiring preekk nt in charge, wa« the election of off! era, the reeult of which was publis ed in Thursday's edition of The Cou) ler, MISSION4UT AUXILIARY ELECTS DELEGATE TO DISTRICT MEETING The Carrie Kenon Auxiliary of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society o* the Methodist Bi iscopal Church met last night in the church parlor at 7:30 o'clock with the prosident, Mrs. Elmei Snyder in charge After the usual business meeting Mrs. D. R. Graham was elected delegate to the district meeting to be belt March 13 in Scott- tlalo church. Mr 1 - I/enna Peteis and Mr.v B. S. Swartz voider sang a duet, "Jesus [xv«r of \Iy Soul." "Taking tho Next Step," w is th^ tide of a play Riven by Mrs Guiham, Mrs Peters, Mrs. Klmer Snyaer* and Mrs. F W Jones. Miss Eli/.'beth William* g-civo j. very interestla; report of (he missionary meeting i old February 19, iu PUtbburg and ale") read a letter from Miss Carrie Kei yon, missionary in Pwiang, Malaysia for whom tho atud- Jlary was namo' A social hour, during which refreshments wero served, was then enjoyed. JEWISH JUNIORS ATTEND CABI P t I J U Y IX VSIONTOWN Mrs. A. I. Dan els, president of the Connellsville Sec ion, Council of Jewish Women, Mis-s Anne KinBhursky, Misees Devora a id Kthl Simon and Miss Gertrude C hen, of the Council of Jewish Juniors, ot which Mrs. Daniels is spon. i or, attended a card ·party given Wednesday night in the Adelphia Club r )oms, Uniontown, by the Jewish Junk rs of that place. Mrs. Daniels won hl^h bridge prize. The casino prize wna awarded to Miss Devora Simon. MONTHLY COt VTRY CLUB BRIDGE LUNCHEON TUESDAY At tho monthly bridge luncheon at the Pleasant Valley County Club ne-xt Tuesday afteriu on the hostesses will be Mrs. Frank W. Davis and Mrs. R. S. Matthews of ConuellavIHe and Mrs. L. T. Gilbert ard Mrs. Roy Loucta of Scottdale. Members of 'he club who plan to attend are at ked to telephone the country cliib. LEGION AUXILIARY GET ACQUAINTED PARTY TONIGHT An attractive program, ' in which local and Uriiotttown talent will participate, wilt !e presented at a get acquainted mei ting to be held tonight by the Amerlc un Legion Auxiliary In the Legion rooms, North Pittsburg street The social committee will serve lunch. 1.1*. C. P. Rally. A rally of the Young People's Christian Union of the Westmoreland Preebytery will be held tonight in the local First United Presbyterian Church. The rally ie for the local, Scottdale and Mount Pleasant faocio- tles. Licensed at Cumberland. LeRoy Redman of Fayette City and Myrtle Elizabeth Aldriclge of Brown- fleld were licensed to "wed at Cumberland. , lovely hair! The modern artist hair-dresser can do wonderful things with your hair But all %our hair-needs can uot be .supplied ia tho banty shop. Ton must hair at home. And that's where Danderino cornea in. Dandortue is so simple and easy to use, Ifiarh time you arrange your hair just put a little ot this delicately Cragranced liquid on your briuh As you draw it through the hair, DapdorLne removee excess oil, cleanses, brings out the natural color, gives your hatr an amazing new lustre. Used consistently, Dandei-ino dissolves the crust ot dandruff, keeps th« scalp comfortable and healthy; BtopB tailing hair; helps make yonr hair grow long, silky and abundant TOUT hair is (so ranch easier to arrange and stays in place when Dandenno in nsed. TVaves "set" with it look nicer; stay In longer. Fire million bottles used a year! Dan define The One Minute Hair Beaut ifier «r ALJU anuo sroiua-- THIRTY nvcenm Cutictnra A household preparation for over ,balf a century. Those who know tbe eecret of skin health and beauty use Cuticura Soap and Ointment regularly to keep the skin and scalp in good ondition. They also find Cuticura Talcum ideal for every member of the family. Soap 15o Ototmflnt iSa. «ad SOc. Talcum 2Se. Ptoprlolarf * Potter £rnjr k Chemical Gorpantion, 4l»Mru, M«M. Ml'SICALE TOXIGHT AT FKESBrTEKLiJf CHtTRCH Musk lovcra of Oonnc-llsville and vicinity ftro looking forward to a muslcale to be given tonight in x the First Presbyterian Chnrcb under the auspices of the J. L. Prondflt Class ot the, Sunday school. Tho program will begin at 8:15 o'clock and will be interspersed with dcllghfcfnl readings. Tho program will fe presorted by the following: Mrs. J. Montgomery Dll- worth, GTganlRt-aecompanist; Miss Sally 3 .Homer of Mount Pleasant, soprano; Mrs. 1/eona Moroy Davla, contratto; Miss Panllne Hombach, violinist; Miss txsis Ilodil of Uniontown, reader. The following nnmborH ^ill ba con- trlbutf d: Symphonic poem, "rinlandia," Si- belius -- Mrs. -Dllworth Sopraio--"Until," Sanderson; "Som- ·where a Voice la Calling," Pate; "Pace-, Pace, tnio Dlo" (ba Foria d«l destine), Verdi, fby request) Miss Horner Violin--"FrasquitA," Lehar ^«_, Miss Hombach Beading, selected Miss Hodll Contralto--"Where E'er Yon Walk" (Semele), Haude); "Sylvia", Speaks, and "Lovo la a Bubble," Aliitflon _ Mrs, Davis Orga i--"Bella ot Aherdovoy," fan- tasie, Stewart; "Le Cvgue" (The Swan), yaint-Sacns; "Irish Air-- J''roni County Berry,^ arr. Lomar« Mrs Dtlworth Sopr ino-contralto--"Night Winds,TM Godard Miss Hornei, Mrs. tavi8 Violin obligate, Mls Hombadh. Contralto--"Some Day You Will MlBS M(," Darewakl, "At Dawning," Cad- mau; "Carry Me Back to Old Vir- glnny," Bls.nd; "Hia Lullaby," Bond Mrs. Davis liemling, selected Miss Hodll Sopiano--"Blue Danirbo Waltz," Strauss Miss Uorner Violin, piano, organ--"Meditation" (Thais), Massenet MisB Hom- btich, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Dil worth GBXENWOOB ST. E. AJD SOCIBTY MJEETS'WITH MRS. D. E. MIAEBP Th« Ladies' Aid Society ot the Grt«nwood Methodist Episcopal Church mot laot night In the homo o! . D 15. Minord, South Eighth , Greenwood Eleven members and four visitors were present. Mrs. AHert Jono.H, -the president, was in charge Mrs. W. 15 De-Bolt served as eetTctary in the abenco of Mrs. J. W. Ritudmun, -who is ill. Plans wero completed to servo the joint banquet of tho Mary E. Dick Bible Class and the Christian Culture ClaSs of the First United Pr«sbytorian Sunday School Friday night, March 21, in the social room of the Greenwood church. Plans fO'- giving a play or ehicken dinner \wre~discusaed. No k«finite arrangements were made. Mrs. David Long, ,Mrs. Jamea MoCalrna and Mrs. Kaud- man w«-re reported on the sick list. Following the business session a social hour was enjoyed. Dainty re- Erpshment^ were served by Mr Min- e3-d, Mrs. AlBert Jonos and Mrs, Iru J.iynea. U. B, C. E. Society. Ttte ChrtstlatL Endeavor Society of the First'tfnlted Brethren Ohuroh will hold a short business session tonight at 7:30 o'clock, in tho church. Following the business session there- will bo a missionary soctel. Japan is the country that will bo stressed throughout the program. The committee- in charge OiLthe sociat meeting is composed o? Mrs. S. L, Fletcher, Miss ElllZabetli G-Ursuch, Miss Grace Yotin- kln. and Miss Dorothy Kern, An invitation is extended to all who care to atlenfl. U. P. Aid Society Meets. The Ladies Aid tnd Missionary Society of the First United Presbyterian Phuich held its regular monthly meeting yesterday afternoon. Devotions were led by Mis. J. W Fe-uhrer. The mission study book lessoi) was given ty Mrs. R, T. The regular business sessioa was thsn conducted, Engagement A nnonnced. Mr. and Mre. O. J Newlngbam of Greensburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Romayne, f o William O'Conuell, ton of Mrs, Margaret O'Coniiell and the late Thomas O'Connell of Jeannette. The engagement will terminate in a June wedding. 3T. P. MISSIONARY CIRCLE WILL GIVE SOCIAL 1 EA Missionary Circle No 1 o£ the F rat Methodist Protestant Church met ast night «U tho home of Mis. Her ert Shaw, Bast Murphv aventK 1 , dth many members in attond.tnrp Ira. r. E Balsley oondw ted th devot on- ale. The circle planned for a te . to be held some time this month in th« home ot Mrs, Shaw. The next n eating will be held in the home of vlrs. Frank Boyd ol Choatmit elreet, MISS MARGARET T-TSHER ENTERTAINS J. B. 0. C jITB Miss Marga-re-1 Fisher ontertpmed the J. B. O. Club last night at her home in First street, South Conralls- vllle. Miss Ivadino Fiahor wa? awarded high bcore for a game b"ol- host^ss ai rved s. Mrs, J alh- nt a iaint tho gamps th delicloah refreahmon leen King ivill bo lk Patrlck'i, Day party March IS, at her hdn)ie avenue, South ROUGHAGE IN DIET NEEDED IN REDUCING Keflo^s ALL-BRAN Eliminates Danger Tuesday J Ight, McOoi mick FIRST M. E. SCEJT TO H01/» 0 KT-TX)G KT11K R ME E FIN « The men ot the- Ftnfet Met odtet Episcopal Sunday School Twill I old a get-togwther meeting Monday ni ht at 7:30 o'clock at the church. The meeting la in celebration of the two men's 1 classes and A!!! men of the school aiid congregation arc invited. tr. B, Missionary Meeting. The monthly meeting of thi Woman's Association of the Fluff Jnited Brethren Church will tx held t might at 7:45 oVJocV at tho home o' Mrs. O. O. Ostwnrlse, East Green stw *L Ail memT»r«f are; urged to attend. E. TH. S. Class. The- E. M. S. Class of the M« Aodtet Protestant Sunday School wil meet at th« church tik evening at 7 o'clock. All members are af feed to be present. A good prograi i has been arrao^ed for the ·evening* Ontlook Clnb, Miss Ida "Wolft of East Gree i street will be hostess to the Outlook 3ub on Monday afternoon. NO CLUES FOUND AS TO WHEREABOUTS OFSAMU^CHRKTNER SCOTTDAJUB, March 7.-- P lice are still looking for Sanine) Cbr itner ot Latrobe, mlaaing since the t ret part of the week, when he left hi car set in front of the waiting room in Broadway and disappeared, i aristner is employed by the Singer Sewing Machine Company. He Utw called his wife at Latrobe on MOD ay ^ond Bald he was being ffollowed . .ni it he didn't return borne to notlf} the police. Thprp was nothing In U e car to give any duo but a license showing tho car belonged to Mrs Elizabeth Christner. The Slate Poll x were notified when the car was J nmci and Mrs Christner sont for the car, Police s-aid that Mrs Chr atner ro- fubrd to discusis the case. Mr ( I r l ' t n o r formerly lasided In Connellavillc He came to this city about two year» tu'o and remained here for littlo morn than one year. Ho then removed to bis m live community, Latrobe Ads Are you one of those wHo are reducing by diet? If so, there is on* important thing you should know --diets that do not include roughage cause constipation, often vnih serious consequences. Guard against it! Kellogrg's ALE-BRAN contains the roughage needed to insure regular elimination. It is guaranteed to relieve both temporary and recu#- ring constipation or your money will foe refunded. Two tablespoons daily --in serious cases, with each meal. Kellogg's ALL-BRAN is not fattening. But it does add valuable iron to the blood which helps prevent anemi,a (another dieting danger) and bring a glowing, healthy color to the complexion. Yon can enjoy KeTlogte't ALL- BRAN in many delightful ways. As a ready-to-e*t cereal with milk, honey, sprinkled over cereals and ·aladsy in soups and soaked in fruit juices. It is appetizing in cooked food. Your grocer has Kellogg'* ALL-BRAN in the red-and-gteen package. Made by Kellogg in Battle Greek, ALL-BRAN VANDERBILT CLASS TO REDECORATE CHURCH INTERIOR The AJtnrtan Bible Class is planning to hare the interior ot the Bast Liberty Presbyterian Church, at Van- derbllt redecorated and ft was c«- cideii, at a meeting Thursday evening at the home ot Mrs. W. J, Reed »t Vanderbllt, wfth Mrs. Read *nd Mr». John Edwards as joint hostesses, to advertise for Wds to determine tbe cost of the work. A committee composed of Mrs. C. S. Harper, Mrs. Wray T. Laird and Mia* Nellie Snyder, IB in charge of the improvement work. Readings were rendered by Mary Elizabeth. Collins and; Jane Ogfovee. The hostesses served lunch. The n«tt meeting on Thursday evening, April 17, will And the Altrurian Bible Class and the Men's Bible Class holding a Joint session. Ttocy bnig HH ICH ESTER S PILLS U *~^ TMB »IAMON» am jr». A ^KK !*?''·' *·» » ? ' »'« « « SOUBIfMUtGtSTSDEimWEai REV. SHOBER SPEAKS TONIGHT IN REVIVAL OF SALVATION ARMY Rev. R. B. Shoter of tho Church of the Brethren will be tho speaker tonight at the revival services being p-onducted by the Salvation Army at the hail in South Pittstrurg street, under the direction of Captain 0. J. Fox Saturday night Mrs. George Richtor of this city, a graduate of the Pittsburg Bible Institute, will sa'eak. .i^ast night's sermon was delivered by R«v. Eugene N. Duty o£ tha Christian Church. At the Hospital. John Zurick of OonnellKviHe and George Totar ot Star Junction were admitted yesterday to Oonnellaville State Hospital for treatment. Mra. Delilah Grimm of Daweon was admitted this morning. D O W N F I F T H AV E N U E You, too, it ay b* correctly ah d for five dollars. J lay wa ·how yon it a Friendly Five ? Confident in the correctness of his attire the wearer of Friendly Five Shoes steps down the Avenue. Men turn to admire his taste. And as he notices a window display of expensive shoes he smiles* for he remembers the satisfaction he got as he pocketed five dollars change front a ten when he bought the shoes he now has on. FRIENDLY FIVE SHOES Wright's Shoe Store 127 Sortli J Ittslmrg St. D A V I D S O N ' S Where You Got Quality and Service With Full Weight and Low Prices. Swansdown Cake Flour, a box 29c Snow Flake Powdered Sugar, 2 boxes 23c Campfire Marshmallows, 1 Ib. box 24c i Fancy Can, 3 Ibs. size 78c Newton's Marshmallow Cream, 1 Ib jar 22c Pure Loose Cocoa, 2 Ibs -~ 21c N. B. C. Uneeia Butter Wafers, Ige can 35c N. B. C. Oyster Crackers, 2 Ib. box 29c N. B. C. Snow Peak Cakes (Cocoamrt) Packed in ?, l /z Ib. cartons, each .49c Fancy California Lima Beans, 2 Ibs. Me Flaglet Lima Be«ns (Tiny Green) J Ib. Ifle Yankee Beans (Fine Cookers) 2 Ibs 38« Ppmeo Catsup, Large bottle J9e 12c French's Mustard, Large jar ,,.--_-Tan Camp's Fork Beans, 2 med cans 21c Tan Camp's Tomato 'Soup, 8 cans Tan Camp's Catevp, Large bottle Jersey Rice Flakes, 2 boxes Fox Corn Fkkes, 3 boxes _ Post Bran Flakes, 2 boxes _19c »25c J23c Monarch Wheat Hearts, a box Fancy California Prunes, medium size, 2 pounds *______ 31 e Premier Seedless R ·lama. a box .10c Fancy Cleaned Currants, 2 boxes Van Camp's Pumpkin, 2 large cans , 25c Atmore's Jack Homer Mince Meat, 2 Ib. jar. _ 39c Svper Suds, Large box 18e Fairy Soap, *5 large caked 19t Sun Brite Cleanser, 8 cans .. ISe Austin's Carpet Cleaner, bottle ale BrfDIo, 8 boxes __--. Ivory Soap, Imxatfrj sbe, 2 eaket) 25e Octagon Toilet Sotp, « cakes £te Perfection Paint dean- er, large can _ Fancy Ycllc w Cling Peaches, 2 Ige cans 49c Premier Fruit Salad, No. 1 size, can 27o Premier Green Gage Plums, 2 Ige cans 55e Fancy Red Sour Cherries (Pitted) Medium can ,,30n Premier Strawberry or Red Raspberry Preserves,, 2 Ib'. jar .4Qc Holsum's Salad Dressing, Pint jar 35c Durkee's Salad Dressing, large bottle -33c Fancy Ml Pickles, Quart jar , 25c AT OUR MEAT COUNTER Spring Lamb Specials Rib Lamb Chops, Ib. Lamb E»reast, Ib. 40c 20c Lamb Shoulder Roast, Ib 25c Lamb Roast, Lean, Small Cuts, Ib. 30c Lamb Legs, a Ib. 35c Lamb L,oin Roast, 2 Ib. average, Ib 30c Rib Roast, Ib : Chuck Roast, Ib Fresh Spttre Ribs, Ib. Fresh Pork Sausage, a pound -Lean Pork Shoulders, Small, Ib. Veal Breast, a pound 30c 28c ..18c 30c _18c Lean Veal Roast, a pound Veal Chops, a pound 30c 35c Black Hawk Bacon, l / 2 Ib. package . 23c Lean Bacon, 3 pounds or over, a pound 27c Beef, Pork and Veal, Ground, a pound 30c Armour'n Corned Beef, a can 2Sc Fancy Saner Kraut, 3 pounds __25c Swift's Sliced Bacon, two l / 2 Ib. pkgs. 35c Brick Cheese, a Ib 30c Kraft's Cheese Brick, American, Pimento, Velveeta and Kay, in packages or jars, 2 for 45c Drew ed Chickens, Fish and Oysters J. R. Davidson Company "The Store That Does Things For You" MRS. RETTA PAGE DIES AT SIM JUNCTION Mrs. Retta Brewer Page, 70 year* old, of near Star Junction, Perry township, died at 10 o'clock Thursday night. She had been ailing for a'oout two years. Her husband, George Page, died about six month i ago. Three Sana and one daughtet, Carl, William and Olive, at Browne-rill*, and Emery, at home, aorvive. Mre. Comflt at F». cairn te a Bister. Mrs. Page was a lifelong nwldeei en Perry township. $MOO AwartU PITTSBURO, March 7.--Tb* »at« Workmon's Compensation Board je» terday awarded Mrs. Lavem*. B Smith of Messmore, Fayetto comity 16,000 lor the death of her huabuu from injuries received while h* m employed by a coke compsSBr M Mo

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