The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 8, 1930 · Page 3
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Saturday, March 8, 1930
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ATtfRDAY, MAR CTT 5, PAGE THREE. MOUNT PLEASANT GOING CAREFULLY ASTO WATER PLANT Prescient of Council Marsh Wants to Get Facts Before Acting. SALE OF BONDS v IS QUESTION Special to The C'ourler. MOITNT PLKASANT, March S.--Dr. W. A. Marsh, president of council, said that so far he has not appointed any oonvmittoe to go to Ilarrisburg on the water question, inasmuch ia tho borough has already spent $150 #end, ing representatives ot council to llarrisburg. without deriving any benefit from !t Dr Mansh is going \ory thoroughly into the- municipally owned plants, and with this in view baa written over the entire Stato who - t there is municipal water plant for information. Somo of tho facts that are being considered by those Interested before going ahead with th proposition, are that the- H. C. Frick Coke Company was selling tho plant because the coke ovens, were out and great need for it so far as the company was concerned waa over that it was not paying, and that it was not in the wator business. Whether it would pay as a borough investment and it it would not at present rales, would the people be satisfied to pay more ia also being considered. Anothei thing to consider is a buyer for bonds that may be Issued. The bonds cannot be ifruod against the municipality, but only against tho water plant. The management of tho plant is an- othor item. All thefec things are being carefully gone over before council sends a representative to Harrla- burg, because when it become necessary to do this it will have to bo some person, who is familiar with all of tho .figures in connection with a proposition of the kind. In Graduating Class. The following is a list of seniors of the Mount Pleasant High School who will bo graduated !a tho latter part of May, if they make tno grades,: Henry Abromson, Emily Anderson, Blanche Barren, lla'ph Beancardl, Tony Benedict, Ruth Bridlgum, Gertrude Brier, Lillian CiproUa, Sara C. Cold-smith, Margaret Coleman, Rocco Copula, Fred Copula, Rosvella Creel, Mary Deluca, Stella Dovorak, Mollle Btze, Samuel Btze, Tony Ferrell, Fred Fox, Bertha Ganto.5, Wade Oearhart, Anron Gordon, Gayle Ham-el, Jean Hattteld, Ernest Jacobs, Lloyd Kozbelt, Randall Kreinbrook, Williiam Kuntzler, Kenneth LenU, Virginia Liong, Bdra I/owe, Edward Margolin, "William Marsh, Charles McAbeo, Catherine McKonaa, 'Howard Mc- Natighton, Clyde Mllliron, Maygelhiz- 7,0, Mary Louise Nicolette, Mildrea Nixon, Esther L. Ong, William Oster- ·wisc, Merritt Pago, Wilson Parfltt, Mary Elizabeth Pfaadt, Grace Pfrog- ner, Anna Polantier, Sidney Poorbaugh, Frank Posta, Beatrice Rakusin, Alice Mae Ray, C.iadys Reese, Mary Ilega, Mabel Uehanek, James Rolgers, VeVronica Roehrig, Leonard Hxgoff, Otis Saylor, Desle Snyder, Richard tinyder, Margaret Speor, Ixuis Kplen- (JOT*, Bernard Btalrs, Elsie Ste£l, Bessie Sullenberger, Merabelle Summy, Martha Tesauro, Evelyn Thomas, '"H-teve Topoly, Kathryn Treber, Leonard Volkin, Bculah Waahabavgh, Menry Welnberg and Loretta Witt. Other ?fcws. The Julia Rebekah Lodge held a covered-dish mipier at its rooms last evening. A doclal hour followed. Mrs. John Bennett entertained tho Missionary Society of the First Brethren Church at a quilting at her hom« near here A most enjoyable "·'day was spent. Juniors Initiate Class of Eleven At Scottdale Confluence CONFLUENCE, March 8 --Daniel Smith, wlio is confined in the Franlz Hospital following an operation, is reported renting lairly well at this w r i t i n g . Mrs. W. F. Critohfleld is reported ( j u i t e ill at ,he home ot her sou-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs,. Fred Wilhelm Kev. J. J. Brady of Meyersdale was a visitor with friends in town Saturday. Mrs. Charles Winder o£ Rockwood was a recent visitor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Brown here. Miss Felicia Flauigan, a nurso of Pittaburg, is visiting hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cha: les Flanigan here at present. Homes! ' Everyday you will fliid homes and ' borne gitca advertised in our clacal- fied columna--read them over. FIRST M. E. CHURCH : Two Special Services Sunday 11 A. M.: **The Weakness o£ Moses" \[ 7s80 P. M.: "What Do W e j j Know of "Life Beyond the Grave?" Special Music Program Violin Ducts by Miss Pauline'; Horn bach. Air. Everett Thorn-j as. Numbers by llu- Choir. SCOTTDALE, March 8.-- die local council of tho Junior Order of United American. Mechanics iui'latod 31 candidates at Its meeting last night. One hundred twcnty-flvo wltnpBScd the work, 1m lading Ii! iiom Magic Council of Connollsvllle, H tiom Oawsou C'ouiu-il.ono from VanderblH Council, ono Irom Jeanmtt, and one from Latrobo. Short talks w w o given by visitors. Following t h t b refreshments wero served by Justice ot tho Peace TV. AI. Keimoll, ira B. Tlit- enour ami W F. Miller. Bridge lnneli«ou. Mrs. TO C Leighty enter aided at a bridge luncheon ut the P e a s a n t Valley Country- Club on V/eiJueaday in honor of her sister, M i s . Wither LelUell of Stato College. A color Hchemr of yellow aud gre n wus carried out, yellow roses being used us a rventerpiece of the table. Mrb. Leib ell waa given the ~?uest prize. The following wero tho pvlzo winners' Mrs. Russell Sayre Mr.s. Russell Hockenbury and Mrs. Walter Jones. Missing? HIMT Rctutned. Tho Jubilee Circle of the Methodist Episcopal Church met at the church cm Thursday evening. Mrs. George R. Haden had charge ot devotions. At th close of tho business meeting, refreshments were served and social hour held The bag taken from the stjle show held by the J ibilee Circle more than a week ago vas returned on Thursday morning to tho home of cue ot the members of the commlt- te«. It was wrapped In iissue paper, In a paper bag and net against tbe door. The bag waa among tho gowns and accessories that Misq Sloan ot a. Ptttsburg store that had been seut out for the st vie bhow. Under Physicians' Cnre. Physicians have Mrs. Clayton Tor- reneo of Market street, who wag overcome with chlorine fas, in bed at her home. Her conditii n Is Inipro/- ing, but complications ore feared as the result of tho gas, and close watch is being kept on Mrs. TVrreuco. Police Get Uniforms. The police yesterday i eceived their new uniforms, purchas d by council through James B. HUTS'. Junior Music lun. The Junior Music Club mot on Thu: sday evening at the home of Walter Glasgow. Joint hosts in entertaining the club wero Jack Waids and Davis Walthour. 1 iking part on the program were £ Hzabeth Ann Sherrick, Marianne M lliager, Dorothy May Heily, Robi rt McDowell, Howard Matthews, Robert File, Leo S'jemp, Faith Grower, Mary Jane Kelly, Ann Ruth, Nondns White, Dorothy Campbell, Robf rt Rltschard, Marvin Miller, David Walthour, Jack Watde and Junior Null At the close of the program a BO lal hour was held. Other Ners. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ml'ler and daughter, Ruth, visited with Mrs. Willer'a mother, Mrs. Moses, i i Pittsburg on Thursday.' Daniel Evans is V siting in New Orleans. Byrd's Tarty Sears Dnnertln. ABOARD CITY OF NEW YORK, March 8.--Recordings at noon today showed the flagship o£ Admiral Richard E. Byrd within 280 miles of Dunedin, which will bo reached sometime Monday. Launching 1 Tfaelit Date Set. BATH, Me., March 8--The Corsair, $2,000,000 yacht belli; built for J. Pierpont Morgan, wil be launched on April 10, it was ai no meed last night. Boy Scouts 1 New Use , for City Skyscrapers These resource ful Boy Sc«ot« of tho Steel City are using the tower on a downtown skyscraper »a an excellent point of vantaga from which to wig-wag their signals to their (omrades. Another band of Scouts wore perched upon a similar tower on another Pittg- burgh building ;md thsre was som« lively signalling back and forth in preparation fo: the annual Boy Scout Exposition which U now b*- init Couple Dancing 108 Days ainf C«A, one oi the five rar+friag couplet in th\» Mxrathoa LEGAL NOTICE A. OVERHOLT CO. U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE CONCENTRATION BONDED WAREHOUSE NOTICE OP SALE OF WHISKEY FOR ACCOUNT OF UNPAID STOP AGE AND OTHER CHARGES. I Broad Fold, Pa, March 8, 1930, thmt bus been going ccatinaotuljr for 108 dtyg. The daocit 9 AM be+o * thorn in } the side of tbe Detroit Ministry. Whcnloetl and oonnty o/Rcisls failed to stop the Mmrtthon, they took the matter up with State authorities, who may stop the dance. Ohiopyle OKIOPYLB, March S, -- Shrfby Mitchell was a caller in Cniontown Friday. Mrs. K C. Show has returned to Ohiopyle after a visit spent in Con- nellsvllle. Plunmier Bryner was a caller in tfii- iontown Thursday. Goorge Kennedy oE Unicntown was a rlsitor in town Thursday. Thomas Conn of Uniontown was a business caller in Ohiopyle Friday. Mr. Frost of Somerfield was a ImsH- n-erf caller in to'vn Friday morning. Mrs. L, 11. Welsh was i visitor In Union town Friday. Patronlzo those whir advertl**. Three Missingr in £rpl«.sion, KEARNJIY. N. J., March 8.~ Thcoe men were reported missing after an explosion and fire on a Purol Oil Company ocean-going tanker. One member of the crew escaped by leaping into the Paesaic River. Sports Glennlng*. Major J. K. Blake, secretary of t ie Board of Trado, wants to organize a buslnees men's volleyball league. Ti at will m-eet with the approval ot a ot of fellows vrho never get in oppi r- tunlty for any sort of beneficial r creation. * * * There's another roason why he Monefieu Hlgli School baskett ill team goe-s so far in tliat field. Recently this paper printed an arti :1« telling of improvised bankets be ug tacked to pole*, walls of building . nd everywhere else possible, the you ig- sters using them lor "practico." H-w- ever, tho school itsolt mak«t lot* of shooting workouts available by k p- Ing the gymnasium open all sura aer and hiring an instructor at a nom nal wage to remain there on i aty throughout the day. Use ClwSHifmd Ads. Resiilts quickly follow. MARCH GO TO CHURCH MONTH For the Churches of Connellsville SUNDAY IS "BRING ONE SUNDAY" This Appeal for Church Attendance Is Made bv the Ministerial Association. SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER MARCH 9TH 12 to 8 P. M. $1 Relish Celery Hearts and Olives Chicken Broth with Rice Roast Chielten Choice of: --with Dressing Cream Chicken on Toast Prime Rib Roast of Beef, Au Jus , Roat Leg of Veal --with delicious d reusing Choice of: Mashed, Creamed New Potatoes, Candled Sweets Green Beans or Creamed Peas Asparagus Tips with Butter SaiK-« / Combination Salad Strawberries and Cream Home Made Pie or Ice Oream and Horaa Made Cakf \ Milk , . , Tea . , . Coffee GUP Motto-''Cleanliness, Service uud Good Foods at Moderate Piices.' Colonial Restaurant 129 North Pittsburg Street. Btrictly Ameriean Cooking--aud "so Home-Like Open Daily From 5.30 A. M, to 9:30 P. M to *11 th* provisions of the NATIONAL PROHIBITION ACT and regulations made p u r s u a n t thereto, A. Over. i«It Co.. a corporation, organized and existing- under tho J^aws of the Sti te of Pennsylvania, with an offlca and place rf business a^; Broad Ford, Fayette County, l?onnsylv«.nl£, win Bell U J P f o l l o w i n g dcBcrltofd w h i s k e y now stored In A. Overboil Co.. Concontration Warahousos, Jroad Ford, 3 J enntiylvania. Said w h i s k e y 1» x-epr«sentcd by outirtandtng: un«a-no«n«d Warehouse Receipts, which fully describe tho n u m b e r of bar ois, n u m b e r of (vises, sprlal n u m b e r of f h a packages, the date of distillation and tli« name of Lhe riorsoii to whom iabued. Demand has been made tor tho payment of accrued po/st due stdrag-o ai A other chanfros of Ihe last known owner or holder of such Warehouse Receipts as ia bliown by the worda of the comp tny, in the mannci provided bv the Act nt A,BBtinvDly of the CommonweaUh ot Pennsylvania, t o l a tins thereto. Th» folj-owingr respoctive lots or enough of each lot hr-rcin d t i i - v i b p f l a n d advertised ae may be npfcssary for tb« purpose will be sold under the provisions of Section K,i of th« Act u£ Ma.rrh i t , loott. p. V, in of th« Acts ot A«««mbly ot the Couinjoiin^saltli of Pennsylvania, to pay tho storage and ov olhet c h a r r e s , e a c h item of which is past due and th« ·mount of each charge ia not forth opposite cacii lot. The sale will tak^ vlao» at the ofHoe of A. Overholt Co, on t!ip dis i J l r j - j premises of A Over-holt Co.. Bro**' Ford, Fayette County, Pennsylvania., where said whiskey Is stored on th. 25th Day of March, 1930, at 11:30 A, M. TERMS: Cash on Day of Sale Immediately After Sale Oople* ot this notice will ibo or have been posted at loast 10 d.iys bcfoi c Iho d ite of H,»le In not loss than six otm- spicuous ptacee in and about the village ot Broad yard,, i'aycttc C o u n t v i c n n K y l v a n i a , and also published at 3ca*t ono» a week for .t^o consecutlvo weeks, the first publication oelnBr more than I l l e e n d s p i l o r to the date of sale In th* hereinafter named newsp-apor for general circulation, i. c, in t h » Connal a v i l l o Courier, ConnellavUle, Fayetle County, PennaylVAitla, hi the county In which the said A. Oveihoit Co., Distill My ia located. Th* proceeds of such sale will be appll-ed and disposed of d.s pro\ ld«l In Scot Ion 33 of the Act of Assembly of tlio Commoai,w«alth of Pennsylvania, passed and approved March 1J, 190'l, P. I JO. Bach of the following described lots of whiskey will be sold flubject to the United gUtes Government Stalo and Oouity Tax and Th* respective last known owners, tho date ot d l a t i l l a t i m , serial numbers, .storage and other charges, ar^ set forth follows; DISTILLERS I A. OVEKHOMJ CO.. D1STILLIHRY NO. 3, H f t O A D POUD, FK'VXSYLVANM. No. Bbls. Brand 1 Old Ovorolt Rye 5 Old Ovwholt ^y« WTliakey 10 Old Orwholt Ry» Whlsk«y 8 Old Orftrholt Rye Whiskey 6 Old O»«rholt Ryo Whiskey 1 Old Orerh«tt Rye Whfsltoy 2O Old Overholt Bye Whiskey 1 Old Overholt Rye Whiakey 5 Old Ovwholt Rye Whiakey 2 Old OverUolt Ry« Wihiskey 5 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey 6 Old Ovarholt Rye Whiakey 5 Old Overholt Whiskej 8 Old Ova-rholt Rye Whiakuy f Old Ov»rholt Rye Whiskey 5 Old Overt!olt Rye Whiskey 10 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey 1 Old Ovcrholt Ry« Whiskey 10 Old Overholt Ryo Whiskey 1 Old Oval-holt Rye Whiskey 10 Old Orarholt Rye Whtekey fi Old Ovarholt Ry« Whiskey 4 Old Overli-oH Rye Whiskey 5 Old Ovcrholt Rye Whiskey 1 Old Ov*rtiolt Rye Whiskey Date ot Bl»ti llatlon Spring- 10J8 Spring Spring Fill Sprine Fall SprlTier 3DJ6 1MO J010 1910 1015 1016 Serial Nob Kama and A Id r ess Packages bast Known O w n c i 400181 400000-B10 Pall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring 1 Fall Fall Spring Fall Spring l-all Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Spring 1011 1916 3016 1010 1915 101C lOifi 1918 lOltt 1014 1012 1010 190U 1013 1918 1015 1912 1918 a04 (554-8.",") 40601)6-700 TO123J 81)7130-145 a!)T101-100 H77100 405041-045 413720-7.iO 408080- 00 KOKJ41-6-15 403446-150 414101-105 114171-176 400S5«-5fiO 87C050-0«0 876831-S33 3060115 417060-070 238672 305801-000 a»e3o«-40o Tot'l Ace. ,. Stge Cgs Taxeu, Etr C O. H e t x , Plttaburgli, Pa $ 46.2T Abrams iiiowosk;,', PlttsburRh, Pa; The SelfJon Co , U30 Second Ave , Pitts-liurg. Pa. . .. 476.JO C. 8111)6teln Sons, Farmeib Hullding, Plllbburgh, Pa. H4.BK I. Manbbacli. Plttsburgli, Pa 238.0.1 If D. Buntm«i.n, Pittsburgh, Pa 48.17 '234 or l!38.u"i ^11 or. a4H)r. Srowosky, PittsburKli, Pa ........ ___ .. 052 'JO nromley Company, Plttsbuigh, l»a .......... ... 40 tin Cannon Brothers, OlipiiaiH, Pa. . ................ 237 To B B. Da\!t Company, New York City .......... . 97. -h .Toe Saius, I 7 - J 9 Water street, Philadelphia, Pa . J. C. V lUer Company, G v olunibus, Ohio . . . . Cax Iliggins, youngstown, Ohio ........... Jas MeMa ion, Col JBlk Chicago Sts , Buffalo, N Y W. \Y. V I I , ack, Bmddock, Pa ....... .. .. A R M o j r , 143' Potomac A \ e n u e , Pittsburgh, Pa 480! 8'JI 3U3741-715 4070154 DISTILLERS! WEST OVEKTON DISTILLING CO., 5 Old Farm Ry$ WaiS^key* Spring 1918 2 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Spring 1913 1 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Fall 1S12 5 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Spring 1918 ?, Old Farm Rye Whiakey Spring 1915 1 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Fall 1012 5 Old Farm Rye WSilskoy Spring? 1915 1 Old Farm Ryo Whiskey Spring 1 1913 5 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Spring' 1914 Thtj Trlac.t, Company, Baltimore, Md Fred Rase ion C o , Doug-las Street, Pittsburgh, Pa Frank Bender, Pittsburgh, Pa 45"; 70 W. M. Atuamson, Pittsburgh, Pa.. n2.2!» M. IlosenMooro, Brartdock, Pa. .'.., 478 K) M. M Shcrmer, Braddock, Pa 238 05 .1 M luc'ni, Pittsburgh, Pa 184 OS M. J H o g i n , 3J3 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa.... 240 7 F. C Cull ^n Co., Ne-w York City 44 «7 ITlLIyKHY IVO. BS, WEST OVKUTON, PA. 3?78-(J80 O. arise, i'lttburgrh, Pa 23213 22864-805 E. B r l n e r l/aucaater, Ohio 102 78 2o9oa K. N. Ohe Pittsburgh, Pa 42 45 3(5471-475 Robert Lrwtn Co. Apollo Bldg., PIttsbwgii, P a . . 23800 J408T- 8i» O. O W! son, care Walter Walllng-ford Co., Oliver Co., Oliver Building-, Pittsburgh, Pa 14279 U0090 E. F. Corners, Pittsburgh, Pa 42.4.1 00021-25 1. F. McCrea, 1209 Wlghlman Ave , Pittbbursrh, Pa. 23K Of 22880 F. Bramau, Plttshurgli, Pa 5180 81306-31370 t* J. Adk r, Farmers Building-, Pittsburgh, Pa 252.75 WARNING! All prospective purchasers at said sale are advised t h a t MUd salo T II be made subject to and In strict compliance With the provisions of the National rrohlbltlon Act and regulatlcms rna-lj pursuant thr-reto, and that no purchaser can or will obtain poaaesaion, control or use of tho aforesaid d e s c r i b e d w i l l * t o y for beverage purposes, nor at al!, except for the uses, purposes and in the manner authorized and provided by law , A. OVERHOLT CO. ' By F. G. Handron, President, TJ. S. INTBRNAT. RBVENUB COKCENT RATION ·WARKHCKTSJE3 BKOAJ) FORD, PENNSYLVAVNIA. P33KMIT NO. PA. P. 0. PBNNA PERMIT NO. 07M4. TRADE IN (! /generoiu nHm«i lance tor th* mj iiued mileage in[ your present tires j and you can hare! [· eonniEete aet of jaev Jrireitone Gum-Dipped [Tires at a miglitT ireasonable prieeJ has won fiuae on Firestone, .Gum-Dipped: Tires. ^The great cl lampi- (ona of road and track are tnnanimous in^thoir de-; fmand for, the \ircs that', inold all world record* for j endurance^an£ have these extra [extra tough,-extra de-; |p«adable tires, on your; 'car^the only tires that' (are Cam-Dipped! Letns put yonr ear on tbe safest) fooling known. Drive in! Getourprkest) Firestone Service Stores, Inc. H. C. "Zeke" Haddock, Mgr. 122 West Apple Street. Phone 21 vr- PATRONIZE THOSE WHO ADVERTISE IM

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