The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 7, 1930 · Page 16
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March 7, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

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V fAGE SIXTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLrSVTLL ffi, PA'. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1930. For men who are hard to satisfy- Stetson and Society Club Hats for Spring $5- \A/E await, with confidence, the * visits of the most exacting men in town--the men who have never been completely satisfied with a soft hat. For we are featuring the Stetson and Society Club Hats--designed to fit the face, a shape and color for every type of man, in the styles of today with a touch of tomorrow -- guaranteed for service and -satisfaction -- and offered at truly popular prices, in the new Spring models. Don't try to fit your face to the hat. We fit the hat to the face. MACK CAPS FOft MEN $1.50 to $3 BILLY GOLDSTONE Title Trust 81dg. POPLAR GROVE LOTS I his I'lan of Lots Is situate fa the most beautiful suburban neetlon ot lft« City. A 5-mJnote car ride, a !."· inliiate walk from "Brimstone Corner." C. B. MeCOBHICX, Box 144, will gtfre yon further information. Trade-in TIRE SALE Special Allowance on Old Tires for next 60 Your days Through tho co-operation of the makers of India Tires we are enabled to offer a special allowance during Marth and April. Drive in--leave us look over your old tires A liberal allowance will be made regardless of condition. If they arc completely worn out they will still have a cash value during the next 60 days. Here are prices on INDIA TIRES "Built to Out Wear Any Tire Made --Bar Kone." 29x4.40 $ 9.20 30x4.50 $10.10 28x4.75 $11.15 29x4.75 $11.55 29x5.00 $12.00 30x5.00 $12.40 28x5.25 $13.50 30x5.25 $14.40 31x5.25 $14.85 29x5.50 $15.30 30x6.00 $16.45 31x6.00 $16.85 32x6.00 $17.40 33x6.00 $17.95 MORE RUBBER AT TRIAD WXERl W E A R 19 THt BffATEST THESE NIAVV TIE CARS MAKE A PERFECT NOHSMID -PRtVENT S WAVING AND SIDE HOCKING ONLY FIRST LATEX AND SMOKED SHEET RUOOCW PURE, AM Bin CUSHION RUBBER ONLY BETWtEN THE** CORt'3 USL Batteries To fit Ford, CItorolet, $ Ohlsmobile, Duraut, Etc. .95 JOE'S TIRE SERVICE Jos. Opperuntil West Cnuil'ord Au». Just Across the Henry Oppermait Phone 1252 MOUNT PLEASANT JOINS IN PROTEST ON RATE INCREASE Hundred to 200 Men of Town Employed at Scottdale Plant Affeetod. NEW HIGH SCHOOL ABOUT COMPLETE --_--_--. i Special to The Courier. MO (TNT PLTOASANT, March 7.-- Vestordnv there wa5 no speaker at Rotary Clu'b dinner, it being an open, meeting' when any subject, could be brouKht up that was of vital Importance to the club On reqiicut of Scottciale borough officers the servico club took up the matter at the increase in freight rates affecting the plant of the U n i t e d States Cant Iron Pipe Foundry Company. A petition has been sent to the Interstate Com- merco Commission at Washington, D C, asking that It suspend ralso In rates at the pipe mill, to become effective March 20, until after the company has had a hearing, A ropy of this will be forwarded to Congressman Samuel A Kendall, and also one to Congressman Adam M, WaaL , From 100 to 200 wape earners of ] Mount Pleasant are employed at the lipo mill. The Klwanls Clffb, at Us regular meeting, joined in the protest. Pscsldent of Conncil W. A. Marsh, Burgess Samuel P. Stevens and Secretary Frank L. Orerly sent another petition. High School Jf early "Beady- Haggprty arid Smith, contractor ton the new Ramsay High School, haf askpd for a final inspection of thr building on Saturday morning by tin members ot the school board, al«o th architect, Russell G. Howard, Wheth er thb board will grant this insp«'ctioi Saturday morning or not has not bee? stated If the building is .icrepte the school may be abl« to more it about two weeks later. Other News. A very pleasing students' jecita was held at the Mount Pleasant Inati tuto last evening. The Ladies' Bible Claw ot Lh United Brethren Sunday School me at the church last evening.'^Aftar th business meeting and program tb · class conducted a hat sale. Member! wore the hat that was purchased dnr ing the social part of the meal. Th hostesses wer* Mrs. Ola Harror, Mn Harry Slcilas and Mrs. Anna. Myera. MMAMWVtflAA Fashiions Hail Maid of Athewi -- With Graceful Statae Drape-s! ------- . ..... . .... By FRANCES PAGBT (lopriglit, 1930, by Style Sources NEW YORK, March 7--The newc t source of costume design Is Grecia i, but that acknowledgement doea Jt mean for au instant, that the coetnn o couturiers who are utilizing the then e intended for u« to appear in robes 111 s those -worn "by figures on a Gre k urn. Only the essence Is extracted fro n the ideas of the Grecian silhouette · f antiquity--namely, the hint of drape y at the shoulder ae mentioned 1 y Suzanne Talbot, the -wider skirt si - houette, the tunic which reoolyee i ,sell Into a jwplnm today, the ec "t pleats, the sleeveless Moused bodk 3, the girdled natural waistline, and t « approximation of the longer ski t. That Js all there ia to it, unleus -v o include the unemcumberod, comfoi table lines that are synonymous wl h tho clotheo of maids of Athene a, d which are equally descriptive of ma y of today's cloth** 1 . The peplum, uowever, which vr IB one of the most dominant features 5f the Parle openings In the particul ir element which has prompted call! ig attention to tbe Groolaa mot 1 vat k n. In the present flaring versions, it is qutta different from the original, I ut tho reeemblanoe cau be seen read! y. It is a proof of the eame way a id balance with which modern cloUr as are done that even though analysis of Assailed as Dictator in Haiti Republic THE FASHION ? TORE i 130 W, Crawford Avenue Smart Prints . . . Georgettes . . Canton . . , Flat Crepe THIS event is of umistial importance because of the wide variety of materials and types of dresses offered at a low price. There are dresses for every day-time ocasion -- all strikingly new as to line and trimming detail. Included are t,he fabrics needed in every well rounded wardrobe. In black, -high colors, navy and a great variety of prints. New straws and felts! Hats that have only just arrived--at remarkably low prices that assures you of wonderful savings. ITver so many clever styles to go hand in hand with up to the minute fashions. the meet current fashions shows old- world inspiration, they--the modern ones--are acepted without any balking on th« part of the vaat number of smart women today who bold a prejudice against contemporary clothes derived from period costumes. An a matter of tact, these old-world themes are modified eo cleverly that half the time wearers of such clothes are unaware of the Spanish, Renaissance, or Directolre label that could be fastened to the dressea which, they are wearing. Classified Advertisements results when placed in t'be columns of The Dally Courier. When Ton Want Something Use the Classified Advertisement. Briff.-Gen. John H. Russell, Am- r- ican High Commissioner 01 Ha a, who** recall wa« urged by t r« Haitian leaders, reprea«nb tig [groups with a total members! ip 'of 600,000. The two men told t he President Hoover inveetigafc m committee th*t Rucaelt was vir u- lally « dictator of the island rep so- ilie. They iikewiae wOud in h» »f tk Gffi*9d(»t.Sto te. Specials ! POTATOES Medium Size 35c pk. $1.35 bu. ORANGES Sweet Florida 59c pk. APPLES York Imperial $1.50 bu. BANANAS 25c doz. Connellsviiie Produce Market FBEE DELIVERY 172 W. Crawford Are. Phoue J053. Everson BVERSON, March 7.--Mr. aid Mrs. El. S. Thomas of Confluence arr. guesto of relativee here, Mrs. Marguerite Ruth is confined to her bed here with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Renmltiy spent the last week-end in Pltteburi?. Emanuel Malik, local justice of the peace, is ill at hie home with a severe oold. Mrs. Jack Malik has returned to her home here after spending several days as tbe guest of relatives in Pittsburg. John B. Williams of Untontown was a business caller here Thursday. Mrs. Ora Thomas, Mls-3 Edna Leaeher, Ruel Leaaher and Clarence Kelly motored to Greenaburg on "Wednesday and epent the evening there. On Saturday evening at the Kver^ eon United Brethren Church Rev. Paul Mickey will preach on the "Second Coming of Christ." Everyone ie invited ot attend this service. Invisible Eyeglasses. BERLIN, March 7---Invisi glasses only one quarter of metre In thicknese, fitted agalnet the cornea and held lion by capillary power, are to be especially valuable fo iste, aviators, eportbmen, and larly swintmeia ole eye a nillli- directly in posi- claimed · motor- particu- Classined Adycrtiseinenis When. pLaced in the columns of Th« Courier bring res»Hs. Try them. Patronlzf, thoso wnb advtrtU*. Wife Preservers To remove indelible In t from finders rub aoap on dry hands, rub together vigorously, then wash BH usual. Stimson'e Cold "Worse, (Keeps Him from Parley The cold from which Secretary */ States Harry L. Stimson has b««a' Buffering for several dayi luw grown worse, necessitating his remaining for two or three days at his temporary country residence at Stamora, near London. No Funeral. DAVENPORT, England. March 7-Francis Hunt, a marine who killed hlmseU aboard II.M.S. Erobue. l^tt a letter stipulating no funeral, no praying over the grave, no parson, "It any parson comes to do the last rite stunt I ewear by all the devils in holl that it there la to be a hereafter I will come back and haunt him " Coei Uie Claiiltted Ads. * *na*il.

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