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March 11, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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TinflSDAY, MARCTH 11, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER, GONNBLISVIL/LE, PA. PAQE3 THBffiBL ^ LEGION WILL HOLD SOCIAL, CARD PARTY ATSCOTTDALE.17TH COLD DOESN'T INTERFERE WITH LECTURER Bo Assisted by Members Of the Woman's Auxiliary In Enterprise. Special to Th« Courier. SCOTTDALE, March 11--Thoniaw A. Jjowellyn Post of the Atn-erlcan Legion lield a mooting last evening ami completed plans for th» joiut ooclal mcet- ng and card paity that it will hold with tho auxiliary to thu Legion next Monday evening, March 17, In tho j n tablet form; no trouble to carry or to Ixsgkm rooms. Tha drum corps will take. You stop snce/ing. You stop bo reorganized t^U-t evening and go coughing. Eyes cease to water, and your nto "intensive training tor the Memor- , nose doesn't run. Headache leaves, too. Papea Cold Compound ia bure-fire. . * . -- . . . i . e . 11? . Speaking tonight in a wurm theatre;and tomorrow in a damp, chilly hall. Traveling every day draft y trains, out all sorts of weather. Prof i ssional people catc'n colds, but they know how to throw them off! Anyone can knock the worst cold--without ' doping." Pane's Cold Compound does it--ivery time. It's You'll find it at any dmgstore, for 35c. lal Day exercises Series of Part It*. Tho Marion Hall Association will hold the tlrbt of ,\ teriee of parties In *»/»·»· rinninriiT'T'P tho club rooms, Friday, March 21, SMOCK STUDEN10 1930, at 8:30 o'clock. Tha association entertainment committee, constating of 13 Ralph Sherdck, George W. Carroll, F. 1C. Smith, F. E. Diekson, J. A. Barnhart, F. 10. Weddoll, II. C. Wright and W. C. Fugnfe, assisted by a ladles' "ominittee mad-a up ot Mrs. E. C. Auld, Mrs F 10. Weddell, Mrs. G. W. Carroll, Mrs C. D. Rold, Mrs. Ernest, Mrs. W. C Fugato, Mrs. B. C. Boll, Mrs. K. K Didcaon and Mrs. S. B Bulick U In charge of arrange mentis Ministers Extend SympiiUir. Tho Seo'tdalo Ministerial Assocla- t'on mot at the Y M. C. A ye-ritrday afternoon. A paper on Presbyterian church doctrlno was read by the pastor of the Scottdale churcf, Rev, J. W. Withe re poon. A resolution of sympathy was paescd and will bo tondeied the congregation and pastor of tlw Christian Church in tho loes of their church by fire last Friday morning Present at tho meeting were Kev. J. W. "Wltb.eis.poon, l're»bytorian Church; Uov. F. W. Davis, United Brethren; Itev. Georgo H Haden, Methodlet Epjecopal; Rc-v. Roy JB. Whitteinore, Baptist; TV./V. II H. Grove, Evangoli- oal; Rev. J. B. Lambert, SL Paul's Lutheran; Rov. A. S. Lcnhart, Trinity Reformed; Rov. J. W. Muir and W. M. Lindsay, Y. M. C. A. secretaiy. Young 1 People's Council. The Young P-«pl«'B Council of the Scottdale district of tho Westmoreland County Sunday School Association will m-eet this evening at the Y. News of the Courts TO GIVE PROGRAM x THURSDAY NIGHT Students of t h e Smock grade school will present a musi al and re-ading contest ia tne scbool auditorium Thursday night, March 13, at 7 30 o'clock. The program follows. "Star Spang «d Banner," chorus. "Praise Ye £he Fa he-i," chorus. "Tho Matinee," Viigiuia Barrett. "Tho Netf Hat," Genovieve Coase. "Down South," chorus. "Tip-toe Through the Tulips" and 'Tho Lil'ic Tree," (!ene\ieve Hillen. "Laddie," Elizabeth Connelly. "Tha Wreck of the Hebperus," Sara Belle Harper. "Sunbonnet Sally ,md Overall Tim," D.in and Mary Barre t. "Georgia Lullaby," chorus. "The Owl Critic," "earl Jendral. "Guilty or Not Guilty," Elizabeth Kloja. "Minuet In G," v olin solo, and "Ilumorchiiuo," lona llillcn. "Modern Educat on," Catheilne Kopnlcky. "Tho FashionaW School Girl," Anna Maucincllt. "Night Shadows lulling," chorus. Spoclel to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, March 11 --Judge D. W. Henderson mado short work o£ tho ussault charges against James A P«nlay, tn inmato ol the county homo, who appeal od in court charged with h a v i u g used a penknife) on a fellow inmate, Andy Ruchen,, because the latter's incessant cough irritated him. ' "Take these two old men back to the county homo and keop them apart 1 his is a ploco of useless lltl- gatlon, expensive to the county and without purpose," declared the court. Assistant Steward Doyle explained that preHy nearly all of tho male inmates had knives and weia whittling away must all of the /time. The authorities never dreamed tuat Penlay would us,o it on his fellow room-mate. Penlaj, apparently half blind and hardly able to walk, hobbled out of the courtroom along with Ruchen and a couutj car "was called to take the t\vo back to the home. They will be given bunks in separate rooms, Steward Doyle said. M. C. A. Mr. Beall, president, will have charge. Insurance Office Moved. The Prudential Insurance Company move its offices on Friday from the Scottdale S.ivitige Trust Company's building to the Reid Building in Broadway. Speaks to Rotary. The Rotary Club held Us regular weekly dlniior at the Y. M. C. A. last evening. Tho speaker was Dr. J. W. Allison fit this place. Fanerul at 8 O'clock. Th« funeral fervice for M-s. John C. Fortney will be held at the United Brethren Churc h on Wednesday af- tornoon at 3 o'clock instead of 2, at tho United Brethren Church. Interment will be in Scottdalo Cemetery. Inspection Thursday. The Federal Inspection of tho Service Company of the 110th Infantry will be held Thursday evening at tho armory, Last Mc-etlngr ol Year, The Otterbeln Guild will moot Thursday evening at the home ot Ml«a Nelda Darli ig m Market street in its regular monthly session. This will be the Ia6t meeting of the yt«.r. Other Jfiews. Rev. A. S Lrnhart, pastor of Trinity Reformed C h u r c h , has announced the second of his Lenten sen/Ices for Wednesday evening at the church. Mre. K W. Steele of Market street underwent an operation at the Connellsville Hospital yesterday morning. Ray Pc-lgar of West Pittaburg street u n d e r w e n t a throat operation Perrycpolis NEW FORD GAS SAVER 72 MILES ON 2 GALLONS Waltei Crltchlow, 4611-D street, Wheaton, 111., has patented a new VIX Vapor Humidifier and Gaa Saver Model suitable i'or all autos, trucks, tractors and engines that brings reports of amazing records New Fords report 35 miles on 1 gallon--old Fords 72 miles on 2 gals Other make* report amazing gal us of l-4th to 1-2 more than before. The moisture prlnclpla makes engine run like on a cool night and eliminate carbon from engine. Mr. C rij,chiow wants count/ and slate af;encies everywhere to make $250 to $1,000 per month. He also now offers to Bond 1 to Introduce. Write him. today.--Advertisement. Bridgeport at the Memori il Hospital at Pleasant yesterday Mount Jame« i.. Cook vieited In Plttsburg yesterday. A bu«lne«ii meeting of Court Lambing, Catholic Daughters of America, Avas held at St. John's School Hall last evening. Mre. Jennie Madden, grand regent, \rho iia^ returned from u southern trip, presided. The district 'nstltute of the W. C. T U. will bo- w W in Scottdalo on Friday, March 28. The place will be named later. Patronize those who advertise. PERRYOPOLIS, March 11 -- Tho Willing AVorkers Class o£ the Methodist Episcopal Church under the direction of Miss Altua Rankle, had charge of the sonj service Sunday evening. Virginia Hankie led tho congregation in praj w. Phyllis Byers read an editorial, "!od Wants Ue to Be Good." Gertrudi Buttermore gave a musical reading, ' My Lord and I." Rev. J. A.. Forgle sioke. Dale and Chads M irtin of spent the week-end with their parente, Mr. and Mre. J. R Martin. Elizabeth Rankle, a student nurse at the Unlontown Hospital, spent Sunday with her parei tj, Mr. and Mrs. William Rankle of Star Juaotion. Charles Aepinwall of Ohio Northern University, is tpon.iing some time with hie parentu, Mi. and Mrs. George Aapinwall of Slar function. Miss Ada Buttermoro of Moneseen spent tho woek-end with relatives in Perry. Mre. Fred Baker who 'Blnoe being removed from the Uuiontown Hospital, had been with her daughter, Irene, of Uniontow i, wa« brought to her home here Sunday. Mrs. Edna Cnrietman spent Saturday la Unkmtowto-wn, where eho attended a bridge pai ty. Misses Anne Butt-raiore and Marlon Christman attended a pnr*y Saturday afternoon at the hme of Gloria Rae Kern at Star Junction. HMd for Urceny. UNIONTOWN, M irch 11.--In default of $500 ball each following a hearing Monday night before a Republic justice of t n e peace, Louis Gales and James B»ard, negroes, and their wives, Salina Gales and Anna Mary Beard, were remanded to tho county jail for court on charges of breaking, entering, larceny and re- ceivhif? stolen goods. They are said to have ransacked the home of G. B. Boyd of Merrlttato-R a while the Boyds were vacationing. Headt Unlontown Bank. UNIONTOWN, March 11.--James G. Blnns, vice-preside it and a director of the National Jtank of Fayette County, was elected president to succeed the late M, H Bowman. Cashier Homer H. Hess wa- named a director. Hear What Von, See! CTRAN ^J m · THEATR ^^^^^f « r rt-r TT f-i / Hear i W fiat You See! Today--Tomorrow BrunCHBI'O'RT, March H.-~tMr. and Mrs. W. Li. Ijape, son Charloa, and daug-hUrs, Ethel and Jean, of South ConneUsTill* were here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Enianual Baker on Sunday. Mrs, G-eorge Cicero of Washington, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hobenthal. Mrs. Emanual BaJcor was visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. P. McClelland and tamlly of Youngwoocl oa Saturday. Tho memT)«rB of Oarnation Council No. 200 Soils and Daughters of U-borty will m-jet this evening at 7:30 at tho home of their departed sister, Mrs. Mary Bruner, to hold services. Mrs. Bruner died at her home in Ham- inondvtlle on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Jones, Mr. and Mrs William I Morgan and daughter's, Joan and Janlco, Missos Eleanor .Mitchell and Francis McCloy, Robert Morgan and Donald Helloln, attended the nU.y "Stop Thief" griven by th« Junior Class of Ilurat High School In the auditorium of the school on Friday ovenhij;, Mlbs IVU»Iva Jones and Ronald Morgan woro membora of the ca»t, Dr. J. M, Jackson and family of N«w S.ilem wero ^Hltlng Mr. and Mrs, llay Mc.Cloy on Suuday. Mrs. Marshall Rtnker of Pitcairn was vlalting at the homo of bar aunt, Mrs. William I. Morgan, over tho woek-end. Mrs. Emma Boyer spent a week with her duaghtor, Mrs. William Gresoman of Greeiisburg. Confluence CONFLUENCE, March 11.--John Lynch wae a recent visitor with friends in *ConnelleviHo. William Boor of Somerset ha* returned to his work after a vleit here with hte family. W. AV. Fraz«e and daughter, Julia, visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas at Mai kloycburg yeeterday. Mr, and Mrs. George Averi and two children were recent visitors with Mre. Averi'a parente, Mr. and Mrs. D. Paliadino in Conn«llsvil!e. Mrs. Margaret Chipp of Morgantown, W. ya., who is visiting relatives, Mr. and' Mrs. B. F. Brown, is recovering from a severe attack of grip. Mre. Brown and daughter, Louise, and Mre. Ohlpp'H little daughter are all recovering irom the same disease. ~~ Mr. and Mre. Carl Peterson and daughler, Nancy Lee, o-f Scottdalo were recent visitors here with Mre. Peterson's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Bird. Joseph Shipley of ConnellSTille was a business vteitor in town yesterday. Geraldine, the little daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. J. L. Burnworth, who wae taken suddenly ^ery ill Sunday night, ie improving. Acme AOME, March 11.--James Kuhns has moved with his family to the Emery Stahl residence near this place. John Thompson is lookii'g forward to a bumper crop of apples thib year. Ho is planning to have his cider press and applebutter machine iu good shape for the early crop. F. C. Johnston was attending business In Pittburg Monday. Mr. Johnston ir. a candidate for representative in the General Assembly from the first Legislative- district of Westmoreland county, Misfes Lillian Kubeck and Helen Shafflr were shopping iu Mount Pleasant on Friday. Peter Mtekovlsh of Youngwood visiteci over the week-end with his mother near Four Mile Run. Mrs Margaret Howard and daughter, O tha., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fiaiik Johnston. Frank Wolford had his car stolen wlillo working nenr Bakersville Kobruiry 27 and has not yet recover* d it. \hen \ou Want Something "Coming events cost thefr shadowcbefore" p FACING becom® R\Kt AVOID THAT FUTURE SHADOW* By refraining from over-indulgence Men who would keep that trim, proper form, women who prize the modern figure with its subtle, seductive curves--eat healthfully but not immoderately. Banish excessiveness--eliminate abuses. Be moderate--be moderate in all things, even in smelting. When tempted to excess, when your eyes art: bigger than your stomach, reach foe a Lucky instead. Coming events cast their shadows before. Avoid that future shadow by avoiding over-indulgence if you would maintain that lithe, youthful figure. Lucky Strike/ the finest Cigarette a man ever smoked, made of the finest tobacco--The Cream of the Crop-"IT'S TOASTED/' Everyone knows that heat purifies and so "TOASTING" not only removes impurities but adds to the flavor and improves the taste. It's toasted Your Throat Protection--against irritation--against cough. *Be Moderate! . . : Don't jeopardize the modern form by drastic diets, harmful reducing girdles, fake reducing tablets or other }uack "anti-fat" remedies condemned by the Medical profession! Millions of dollars each year are wasted on th'-se ridiculous and dangerous nostrums. Be Sensible! Be Moderate! We do not represent that smok- *°8 ludky Str k« Cigarettes will bring modern figures or cause the reduction of flesh. We do declare that when tempted to d i yourself too well, if you will "Reach for a Lucky" instead, you will thus avoid over-indulgence ia things th. t cause excess weight and, by avoiding over-indulgence, maintain a modern, graceful form. TUNE IN- -The Lucky Strike Dance Orchestra, every Saturday night, over a coa rt-to-coast network of the N. B. C. ® I»SO, Tfc« AmtriciB Tobieco Co., Mtn. OANS 300 If You IVsed M9ney foi Any Emergency SEE U8 Fayette t Loan Company Title Trust Bldg., 5th Floor. Connellsvi/ Ie, Pa. Telephone 214 - 8 ( 0 Bonded to the State Schlotlnger C nipany Federal nnd Slate T; xcs Accountants and Audit* rs lilo-L'O L'urk Bulldin: Pittsburgh, Pa. Gliders' Soofelj Pluniv d. DARMSTADT, (rarmany, A arch 11 --Glider exports f i o m seven i rantiles, includinR tho United SUtes, ^iave decided to organize au inte national body for furtherance or rose ,rch and the encouragement of gSidc-r lying as a sport. Power Capacity of West Penn Estimated Will Be 519,000 KW by End 1934 Including Steam and Hydro Plants of Interconnected Systems. In tho current issue of West Lite, the monthly publication, of the West Penn System, there is reproduction of a cnart which shows the power sources and anticipated demands to Decmber, 1934. It was prepared under the direction of J. S. Jenks, rice- president a.nd chief engineer, and was used in illustration o£ a recent address by this official. To indicate the power stalion capacity available or required to carry the load that is expected to develop, tho plants are grouped into hydro, first, second and third-class steam plants, which include Springdale, Windsor, niveariHe and Wllliamsport, which begin 1930 with a rating ot 288,000 kilowatts, will have boiler capacity increased in July ami Augu( 1031, which will give them an ultimate- capacity ot 335,000 kiloAvatts. The available hydro capacity, which is determined by adding i h a hydro capacity to tho first-class slam capacity, beginning January, 1930, with a capacity o£ 347,000 kilowatts. This is expected to be inci eased 1| utilization of the Blackwater storage, July, 1931, and by the addition of the Blackwater power development, September, 11)3:2, to a maximum or !3fi 000 Inlo- steam plants, including, Connellsville, Cumberland, Ridgway , nd ParkerK- burg, which added to tae flrst-claus steam and hydro capacitv, on January 1, 1930, had 4 capacity i 438,000 kilo- wats. By the close of lt'34 these will attain a combined capacity oil 493,000 kilowatts. With all steam and the hydro plants in operation, upon the estimated completion o' the Blackwater development by October, 1932, the aggregate capacity of the West Penn interconnected system would be 519,000 Idkiwats, as against 439,000 kilowatts on January 1, 1^30. The estimated system load, including 30,000 kilowatts in "spinning" reserve, meantime is expected to rise from 338,000 kilowatts tt 490,000 kilowatts by December, 1934. The load line, which 'las increased from 284,000 kilowatts January i, 1928, to 340,000 in October, 1929, is estimated will reach its maximum after the Blackwater improvement is in service and giadually im rease to 459,000 kilowatts by the on.l ot 1934. Three in Drluklng Orgy t)Ie. SPRINGFIELD, ill., March 11.-Three men were burned lo dealh and poslbly a fourth when flames destroyed a [arm house aouth of here ! Jato la«t night. Authorities said t b « ' m«n lost their lives drinking orgy an a rosult of a Looking for Bin i?alns 1 If bo, read tho adrw Lvlug column* at. Til* Dally. Courlar. FIRE INSURANCE Protecting Your property Not only gives Peace of mind But goes j. Far in f Establishing And Maintaining Your credit. FAYETTE REALTY CO. T. P. Gardner, Manager. 20 Years Insurance Experience. Sellers Arcade, Connellitrille Patronize Those Who Advertise

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