The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 8, 1930 · Page 13
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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.ATURDAY, MARCH \i jHL.nl PAGE MOUNT PLEASANT GOING CAREFULLY ASTO WATER PLANT President of Council Want« to Get Facts He- foro Acting. SALE OF BONDS v IS QUESTION Special to The Courier. MOtTNT PIiHASiANT. March S --Dr. W. A. Marsh, president of council, said that so far ho ha.s not appointed any committee to go to Harrisburg on th« water cniostion, inasmuch as the borough has already spent $150 s«nd- ing representatives of council to Harrisburg. without deriving any benefit from it. Dr. Marsh is going very thoroughly into the municipally owned plants, and with Wiis in view has written over th« entire State whoro thecr-e Is muni- cipil water plant for information. Some of the facts that are being considered by those interested before going ahead with th proposition, are that the H. C. Krick Coke Company was selling the plant because tho coke ovens, wero out and great need for it so far as the company was concerned was over that It was not paying, and that it was not in the water business. Whether it would pay as a borough investment and if it would ·not at present rates, would the people be satisfied to pay more is also being considered. Another thing to consider is a buyer for bonds that may be issued. The bonds cannot be issued against the mninicipality, but only against the water plant. The management of the plant is another Item. All these things are being carefully gone over before council sonds a representative to Harrie- burg, because -when It become necessary to do this It will have to be some . person -who is familiar with all of the figures in connection with a proposition of the kind. In Graduating Class. Th« following is a list o£ seniors ot the Mount Pleasant High School who -will be graduated in the latter part of May, if they make the grades 4 Henry Abromson, Emily Anderson, Blanche Barren, Ralph Beancardi, Tony Benedict, Ruth Bridigum, Gertrade Brier, Lillian Ciprolla, Sara C. " ColdsmJth, Margaret Coleman, Rocco Copula, Fred Copula, Rozella Creel, Mary Deluca, Stella Devorak, Mollle Btze, Samuel Btze, Tony Ferrell, Pred Fox, Bertha Gantos, Wade Gearhart, Aaron Gordon, Qayle Hamel, Jean Hatfleld, Ernest Jacobs, Lloyd Kozbelt, Randall Krednbrook, William Kuutzler, Kenneth Lentz, Virginia Txmg, Edra Lowe, Bd-ward Margolin, William Marsh, Charles McAbee, Catherine McKenna, v Ho ward Me- Naughton, Clyd Milliron, Muygelliuz- zo, Mary Louise Nicolette, Mildred Nixon, Esther I.. Ong, William Oster- ·wiBe, Merritt Page, Wilson Parfitt, Mary Elizabeth Ptaadt, Grace Pfrog- ner, Anna PoUnder, Sidney Poor- bangh, Frank Posta, Beatrice Rakusin, Alice Mae Ray, Gladys Reeso, Mary Boga, Mubel Kehanek, James Rodgers, VeVronlca Roehrig, Leonard llogoff, Otis Saylor, D^^sie Snyder, Richard Snyder, Margaret Speer, Louis Splen- doore, Bernard Stairs, Elsie Stefl, Bessie Sullenborger, MerabelJe Summy, Martha Tesauro, Evelyn Thomaa, '' Steve Topoly, Kathryn Treber, Leonard Volkin, Beulah Washahaugh, Henry Weinben; and Loretta Witt. Other News. The Julia Rebekah Lodge held a covered-dish supper at its looms last evening. A sodal hour followed. Mrs. John Itennett entertained the Missionary Society of tho First Brethren Chunk at a quilting at her home near h«;e. A most enjoyable k *lay was spent. Confluence CONFLUENCE, March S.--Daniel Smith, wlio is confined in the* Frantz Hospital following an operation, is reported resting fairly well at this writing. Mrs. W. F. Critehneld is reported quite ill at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wll- he!m. Rev. J. J. Brady ot 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 Flanlgan, a nurse of Plttsburg, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fiaiugan here at present. Homes! | Everyday you will flud homes and none sites advertised In our clawl- fl«d column*--read them over. i HRST M. E. CHURCH Two Special Services Sunday 11 A. M.: "The Weakness of MGSO.S" 7:80 P. M,: "What Do We Know of Life Beyond the Grave?" Special Music Program Violin Duefs by Miss Pauline Hoinbach, Mr. Everett Thomas. Number* by the Choir. Juniors Initiate Class of Eleven At Scottdale JUMIORS -- - SGOTTDALE, Man h S.--The local council of. tho Junior Order ot United American JVecbanJe, 1 initialed 11 candidates ac its meeting last ntglit. One hundr«rl twmt flvo -\vitn sand the work, Imluclmi; 2(i Irani Rluglc Council of (JonnclNvlllo, 11 "rom Uawson ('.ouiu-il.one Lrom Vandi rbilL Council, one from JP innette, an one from Latrobe. Short talks WMB given by visitors. Following this refreshments were sen eel by JusHjo of tho Peace W. M. Ken noil, Ire B. Ritenour and W. F. Miller. Bridge Lunch«on, Mrs. E. C. Leighty entertained at a bridge luncheon at the Pleasant Valley Country- Club o'i V/cjdnesfltty in honor of her sistei. Mrs. AVllber Leltz«ll of Slato College. A. color scheme of yellow and green wi i rar- ried out, yellow roses being used us a centerpiece of the table. Mrs. Loitzcll was given the guedt prize. The following were tho priar winners: Mrs. Russell -5ayro Mr.s. Russell Hockenbury and Mrs. Walter Jones. Missing Bug Returned. Tb/o Jubilee Circle of the Methodist Episcopal Church md at the church on Thursday evening. Mrs. George R. Haden had charge of devotions. At tho close of the business meeting, refreshments were He 1 ved and social hour held The bap taken from the style show lield by the Jubi'ee Circle more than a week »go was retttrned on Thursday morning to the norne ol one o£ the Biembcrt of the committee. It was wrapped in tissue paper, in a paper bag and set against the door. The bag v, as anwmg the gowns and accessories that Miss Sloan ol a P^tsburK store- t m t had been sent out for tlie style -.how. Dnder Physicians' Ca; e. Physicians have Mrs. Clajton Torrence of Market street, who was overcome with chlorine gas, In bed at her home. Her condition is impro/- ing, but complications are 1'eared as tho result of the gas and close watch is uetng kept on Mr 1 . Torrenco. Police Get Vnlforms. The police yesterday received their new uniforms, purc-uised by council through James B Hurst. Jnnior Mnslc Club. The Junior Musia Olub mot on Thursday evening it the home of Walter Glasgow. J int hosts in entertaining the club were Jack Walde and Davis Walthour Taking part on the program werp Elizabeth, Ann Sherrlck, Marianne Mellinger, Dorothy May Reily, Kobort McDowell, Howard Matthews, Robert F1t«, Leo Skemp, Faith Cro-vell, Mary Jane Kelly, Ann Ruth, Nondas White, Dorothy Campbell, Robert Rttschard, Marvin Miller, David Walthour, Jack Waide and Junior Isull. At the close of the program a social hour was held. Other 'News. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller and daughter, Ruth, visited vith Mrs. Wlller's mother, Mrs. Moset, In Plttsburg un Thursday,' Daniel Evano is Visiting in New Orleans. Byrd's Party Jfears Dnnedln. ABOARD CITY OP NEW YORK, March 8.--Recordings at noon today showed the flagship of Admiral Richard B. Byrd within 280 miles ot Dunedln, which will be reached somo- time Monday. Launching: Yacht Date Set. BATH, Me., Martli 8.--The Corsair, $2,000,000 yacht being built for J. Pierpont Morgan, \\ ill bo launched on April 10, it waa announced last night. Boy Scouts 7 New Use i for City Skyscrapers Thesa resourceful Boy Scoot* of the Steel Chy are using the tower on a downtown skyscraper as an excellent point of vantage from which to wig-wag their signals to their comrades. Another band of Seovts were perched upon a similar tower on another Pittsburgh building and there was some lively signalling back and forth in preparation for the annual Bo? Scout Exposition which is now b»- Couple Dancing 108 Days Vtolet We* »ad Charles Cast, one of the five svTrhnui f coop/** in the Marathon dance, that ha* been going continuously for 109 dayi. The dance g has been a thorn in ) the side of the Detrot Ministry. Whea local and oounty officials failed to stop the Marathot, they took the matter u, with State authorities. who may sto, the dance. Ohiopyle March 8. -- Shelby Mitchell was a caller In Unlontown Friday. Mrs. K. C. Show haa returned to Ohiopyla after a visit sponl in Con- nellaville. PJumaner Bryner was a caller in Un- lontown Thursday. George Kennedy of Unlontowu was a visitor in town Thursday. Thomas Conn of Uniontown was a businesi caller in Ohiopyle Friday, Mr. Frost of Somerfleld was a business caller in town Friday morning. Mrs. L. R. Welsh was i viBitor In T Jnlontown Friday. PatroniEe those wh» advertte*. Tlmw Missing In Explosion. KEARNEY, N. J., March 8.--Throe men wore reported missing after an explosion and flre on a Purol Oil Company ocean-going tanktr. One member of the crew escaped by leaping into the Passaic River. Sports Gleanings. Major J. K. Blake, secretary of the Board of Trade, wants to or«* aiz« a business men's volleyball leaga-. That will meet with the approval o a lot of fellow 1 ? who never get an ppor- tunlly for any sort of beuefici J recreation. · "« * There's another reason wt y the Moues*«u High School bas cetball team goes so far in that floli . Recently this pap»r printed an article tolling of Improvised baskets being tacked to poles, walls ot buildi ig and everywhere elao possible, the roung- sters lining thitin tor "practice. However, the school its«l£ makes ots ot shooting workouts available b; keeping the gymnasium op«n all f imm«r and hiring an instructor at a r ominal wage to remain th*ro OE duty throughout the day. Use Classified Ads. Results qaioJtly follow. MARCH GO TO CHURCH MONTH For tho Churches of Contiellsville SUNDAY IS "BRING ONE SUNDAY" This Appeal for Church. Attendance Is Made by the Ministerial Association. SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER MARCH 9TH 12 to S P. M. $1 Relish Celery Hearts and Olives Chicken Broth with Rice Roast Chicken Choice of: --with Dressing Cream Chicken on Toast Prime Rib Roast of Beef, Au JUR Roast Leg of Veal -- with delic-tous dre»tilng Choice ot; Mashed, Creamed New Potatoes, Candled Sweets Green Beans or Creamed Peas Asparagus Tipa with Butter SHUCC / Combination Salad Strawberries and Cream Home Made Pie or Ice Cream and Home Madn Cake \ Milk , , . Tea , , . Coffee Our Motto-, Service and Good Foods at Modom la Prices " Colonial Restaurant 129 North Pittsburg Street Strictly Arntmsaa Cooktag -- aud 'so Honis-Lil.? Open Daily From 5:30 A. M. to 9:30 P. M. LEGAL NOTICE A. OVERHOLT CO. XT. S. INTERNAL REVENUE CONCENTRATION IJONDED WAREHOUSE NOTICE SALE OP WHISKEY FOR ACCOUNT OF UNPAID STORAGE AND OTHER CHARGES. I Broad Ford, Pa , March 8, 1930. Swbjeet to all th* provisions of the NATIONAIs PROHIBITIOK A 2T and r e g u l a t i o n s made p u r s u a n t thereto, A Oyer- h«lt Co,, a corporation, organized and existing under the ! Jt i,vvH of Uio State of Pennsylvania, w i t h an office and place o* business at Broad Ford, Fayelte County, P o n n i i y l v H n l a , w i l l well he f o l l o w i n g les rlhrd w b l R k e y now storr-d in A. Orerholt Co., Concentration Warehouse*,, Broad Ford, P e n n s y l v a n i a fcutd w h i w k e y la repiasented by outstanding UTKU/ncelled Warehouse Receipts, which f u l l y debcribo tho n u m b e r of b,iriplE, niiinbci of cases, nerlal n u m b e r r t h » packages, the date* ot distillation and tl»« name oi£ the peioii to wlmni Issued Demand haa been made for tlie payment of accrued pa-st duo stA-age And o i l i e r charges of the last knawn owner or holder of, such Warehouse Receipts as is nnonrn by tho l e u u r t l a of llv- compnny, in t b o mannoi provided by the Act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania l o l a t m n t h e r e t o Th* following; respective lots or enough of each lot h ' M e i n d si ib1 and a n v e r t i s e d a-q may bp nec^seAiy for the purpose wi!i be sold rinder tha provisions o£ Section ,'iii of t h e Act of M u c h 11. !')0i P r, 10 cf th« Acts of Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to pay tho storage and 01 othoi c-hargos, e j c l i i t e m of which H past due and th« amount of each charge is net forth opposite each lot. The sale will Utke plaue a.t the oflloe of A Overholt Co , on I h p distiller} p r o m i s e s of A. Overholt Co., Bro*t Ford, Fa,yett6 County, Pennsylvania, where said whiskey Is stored o i thf 25th Day of March, 1930, at 11:30 A. M. TERMS: Cash on Day of Sale Immediately After Sale Cople* of this notice trill 'bo or have been posted at leant 10 d.i.v. before Uio date of sale In nol less than six conspicuous places In and about the village of Broad Ford, F.iyette C o u n l y , Pennsylvania, and t|«iO published at lea*« onc» a week for tw" consecutive weeks, tho lirut publication b e i n g more than f i f t e e n da.a p i l o r to UIP datp of sale In the hereinafter named newspaper for general circulation, i. e , in the o n n o l l H i I l l e Courlpr, ConnellsvllJe, Fayolio County, Pennsylvania, hi tho county In which the Bald A. Ovetliolt Co., D i s t i l l e r y is l o c a t e d . Th« proceeds of such sale will be applied and disposed of as p r o \ 1 d c d In Section W of the Act of Asspmbly of tli« Coimntn,w«alth ol PcJineylvania, passed and approved March 11, lOO'i, P I- 3') Bach of the following deecrlbed lots of whiskey will be sold subject to the U n i t e d Statps Gorernmont Stale a«d Oounty Tax and ckaxg-as. The respective last known owners, the date of distillation, «eru 1 numbers, storage and other charges, arc vet forth ae follows: DISTILLKIlSt A. OVERHOIJJ A CO- DlbTILLKllY ISO. 3, 11 HO All POII1U, Dato of No. Bbls. Brand Di«UUa-tlon 1 Old Overholt Rye WJitakey Spring 191(1 6 Old Overbolt Rye Whiskey Spring lino 10 Old Ovwrholt Rye Whiskey Spring 1910 2 Old Orwholt Bye Whiskey Fall 391.J 6 Old Owholt Bye Whiskey Spring 101(5 1 Old Ororholt Rye Whiskey Fall 1013 20 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey Spring 1010 1 Old OverhoH Rye Whiskey Fall 5 Old OverhoH Rye Whiskey Spring 2 Old Overholt Rye Wihlskey Fall 5 Old OverhoH Rye Whiskey .Spring ib Old Overholt Rye Whiskey Fall 5 O!d OverhoH Hye Whiskey Spring 5 Old Ovwrhott Rye Whiskey Fall C Old Qvorholt Rye Whiskey Fall B Old Overtiolt Rye Whiskey Spring 10 Old Overboil Rye Whiskey Fall 1 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey Spring 10 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey Va.ll i Old OverhoH Rye Whiskey Spring 10 Old OvorhoH Rye Whiskey Fall 0 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey Spring 4 Old Overh-olt Rye Whiskey Fall 5 Old OverhoH Rye Whiskey Spring 1 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey Spring 1011 1010 101S inia 1015 1018 101B 3910 1016 1014 1012 1010 1900 19U ioia 1915 Seiial Nof Name .ind Addicts Total A.CO Packages Last K n o w n Oivnej Stare Cgp. Taxes, Kl( 400181 C. O, Hei^ 1 ' i U s b u i f f h Pa ? 46.23 400«06-B10 A b r a n i s Biowobk^-, P i t t s b u r g h , Pa . ... -J27.S.- JIOoOOl-OlO The fc jldon Co, .'JJ9 Hfond A v e , Pittirijurs-, Pa. .. 176.JO .'J!ii(}54-Ort.T (J. bui -leln .Sons. F a r n i e i h Uulldlng, Pltthburgh P.i- 04.8» ·10001)6-700 I. Mansbach, J ' H t s b u r K h , Pa a38.0."i 'Ml'351 It D BuhLman, 1'utsburgh, Pa -J0.17 Abraris Browosky, Pittsburgh, Pa .. 002 'JO Brom ay Conipa.;T.\, FlUsburg-li Pn 4».o~ Cann-t n B r o t h p t s , O l l p l i a n t , Pa 1137 T.'t It B Davi«, Company, N«w York C i t y !)7.-j Joe b iliis, J7-l'» Water stieet, Philadelphia., Pa . . JiiS.O.'i J C H u t l o i Company, Columbus. Ohio U'M 0," Co\ A Hlgginb, Voungatoivn, Ohio IMS D,~ Jas= McMaiion, Coi JJlk Chicago Sts , Buffalo, N* Y. 1!U 0," W \V V l l s a t k . Braddock, Pa. . ^41-0.-) A R Meyer, 1435 Potomac A v e n u e , P i t t s b u r g h , Pa 1227 8.") ii07151-IUO .'JT7180 405O»l-04n 4ia7^0-7.!0 40808U- 00 »01841-t45 403446-4 50 414101-190 114171-175 400G5(i-. r .Brt 873050-000 ,i0601 G 417(580-875 23867^ ;j5DH3i-noo 30GaO(i-400 407(134 48ti 0i 9.i «,, 45,"j 70 Tho 'j i laca Company, Baltimore, Md. Fred Raschon Cn , Douglas Street, Pittsburgh, Pa . Fran) Bender, Plttsbuigh, Pa SV M. Abi,inison, Pittsburgh, Pa M II iscnbloom, Braddocli, Pa .'.. . 470 ID SI M Shermer. Braddock, Pa , 23S.O.') .1. M liaroii, Plttsburgi), Pa 184.HS M. J liogan, n.ia Spruce Slrcfl, Philadelphia, Pa l. 1 4 .)7"i P C C u l l e n Co., New York Clt . 41 !)7 mSTILLBRSi 'WEST OVERTON DISTIM.IJVG CO., JJI .TtJ.I^KHV NO. OS, WUST OVE11TON, PA. 5 Old Farm Rye "Whiskey* Spring 1016 2 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Spring 1913 1 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Fall 1012 5 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Spring 11)10 8 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Spring IBID 1 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Fall 1912 5 Old Farm Rye Wdilskey Spring 1910 1 Old Fawn Rye Whiskey Spring 1013 0 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Spring 1014 327U-OM) O Grist, PHUburgh, Pa 252.15 22804-805 E U t l n e i , L«incaster, Ohio JOJ78 20002 K N Ohe, Pittsburgh, Pa 12 4u ·J6471-17n Robei I L,ewJri C o , Apollo B l d g , Pittsburgh, PA . 238 Oo J4087- 89 a O Wilson, care Walter AVallingford Co., Ollvcr Co Oliver Building, Pittsburgh, Pu 14270 20090 E P Connors, Pittsburgh, Pa 42.4" 8."i021-25 1. v Mo-Crea, 1200 WiglHman Ave.. Pittsburgh, Pa. 238.05 22880 K. Br.i-roan, Pittsburgh Pa ni.Bft 31360-31370 L. J Vdler, Farmers Building, P l t t e b u r f f h , Pa 252.75 WARNING! All prospective purchasers at said sale are aJvlsod t h a t sa.ij salp will be made subject to and in strict compliance with the provisions of the National Prohibition Act and l o R u l a t l o i i s mudo pursuant thereto, and that no purchos r can or will obtain possession, control or use of tho a-forcfaald leacilbcd Ahlslccv for bevorage purpo«rs, nor at all, except for the uses, purposes and in the manner authorized and p r o v i d e d ! lJ « / A. OVERHOLT CO. f By F. G. Handren, President. TJ. B. INTERNAL. REVENUE CONCENTRATION WAREHOUSE! RROAD FORD, PENNS PERMIT NO. PA. P. 0. PKNNA PERMIT NO. 07H4. TRADE IN /generous «How«] \ance for ffce nn-J nued mileage in). land you can hare I )· conmlete aet G£ new Firoftone G n m - D i p p « a at a ireaaonable prieec '«v*2j- ·OUIV««B incuiKt Driver luu von feme on, ! JTiregtone. .Gnm-Dipped : Tires. ^.The great cbampl (oeu of road and track are Ivnanimoiw in their do-: bund for. the 'tiros that; Ihold all world tecord« for] [··jfety, endor^nce; Firestone have these extra §afej. extra tough,-extra de«i ~p«ndable tires,on your; [car---the only tires that [·re Gum-Dipped! Letns' put your ear on the safest, footing known. Drive in! Get our priceet) Stores, Inc. H. C. "Zeke" Haddock, M*r. 122 West Apple Street. Phone 21 vr» PATRONIZE THOSE WHO ADVERTISE

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