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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 18, 1939
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S I X THE DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVILLE, PA. 6A.TURDAY, MARCH IS, 1939. k Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times Per line, 9c cash, lOc charge 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- A.ds to Be Run 3 Times Per line, 7c cash, Sc charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times o- More: Per line, 6c cash, 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. , There are five (5) average words to each line. / 'Cards of Thanks/' 50c Flat Rate Phone 12 or 13 for ajr Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements £11 Mem or lam HUFF--In loving mcmoi ol our de ir mother Mi^ George Huff ·who died March 19 193B A precious one from us lias gone A voice v,e lo\cd is stilled \ p ict. is xicant in our rome \\hlch nexcr can be filled Sadly missed b\ mother cHughter son S'Stc*-i. and brother Straj ed Lost, Found 10 LOST--Lady s wist \\atch on Pittsburg Street Rev arc. Pl-orc 927 Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 TAKE A LOOK IS ALL WE ASK 1 Reconditioned b c ed Cars' 1937 Studebaker 4 door Stdin with heitcr *a!5 1937 Tcrnplanc Super 4 door Sec'ar with Heiter in A No 1 condition S?550 1937 Willxs Dcluxo 4-door Sedan with Hc-xtcr _ *295 303G N-iSh 8 4-door Sedan Radio and Heater $475 1936 Lafiycltc 4 door Sedan wiU Hcitc- *3Qb 1035 T Iudbon 6 4-door Sedfii Heater S25D 1^35 Ford V-8 Coxipe A 1 shape S-"5 1934 Plmouth Coach $135 1932 Chevro et 3 4-ton Panel Truck $75 Terms To Suit Buyerl CENTRAL SERVICE STATION ft ASH SALES SERVICE B07 W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 231 Business Service Business Service Offered 18 Financial Need Money O-B WATER WELLS DRILLED--Old ones clt-incd Pumps repaired Scot tan e Drilling Co 107 Homestead Avenue Scottdile Pi Phone 52I-R NEED CASH--In a turn? Well lend jou ?3CO or less on your slrnature Personal Finance Company Phone 34 FISHERS UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS FURNITURE REPAtRb RUCOVERIlvGS PHONE 9645 322 SO PITTSBURG ST Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 GOOD DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R Laughlin--INSURANCE Sec me for rates 309 First National Bank Buildinj, Phone 5iO Moving Trucking,, Storage 25 TOR fiiovn\u PI ONE so DULLS rPANSFER CONNELLbVLLLE PA FOR BEST SERVICE 1 Modern Storare For Household Goods "\TO\TNG--At reasonable ra cs All goodi insured V 11 buv furniUic Call 183 ililler Transfer 353 E Crtwford Ave Printing, Engraving Binding 27 SEE THEM TOD AY I O-K USED CARS INSIDD OUR GAHAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MO1OR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Even ngs till 9 o clock Open Sundays till S o clocx SEE OUR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES Ol^ OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE PICK YOURS OUT TODAY1 WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY WEST CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 407 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY GOOD USED CARS 321 SO PITTSBURG ST PHONE 8 WE BOTH LOSE MONE\ -- IF YOU DONT SEE VANSCOYS USED CARS 2o9 E CRAWFORD PHONE 243 FOR SALE--1930 Chevrolet Roadster cheap Call after o P M at 911 ALtna Street OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is ns near as your phorc Just call 12 or *3 and your needs will soon be met without any iu-thcr trouble on your part. ALL THE BEST opportunities In Con- ncllsville and vicinPy nre to be found In one place--The Classified Section IF IT CAN be sold tt all it can be LXTRAVAGANCE and classified reat3- «old through one of these Classified ads ing cannot exist together LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T J M A T E ON VOUR PRINTING WORK! Eland Blllsl--Bindnrl--Callinc Cardsl Eill Heads!--Letter Headsl Tor Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cards! No Trespassing Signs FQ* Sa el AU Wo k Fully Guaranteed! AU At Reasonable Ra'esl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT PHONE G5 DAILY COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. SI Professional Servkea EXPERT TRUSS FIITING-- elastic Hosiery ond other surpical appliances A A, Clarke PH. C DniRRist, 323 North FittsburK Stre e L Phono 39*. Employment Help \\ an ted--Female 32 \VO~MEN WANTLD--Address our catalogs 2c each paid in advance plus bonuses Ever} thing Supplied F-ee Details Fur- nfGhoc' Roal Products G P O Bo\ 1G4 Brooklyn N Y Help Wanted--Male 33 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 BAKED PA^ER MATS FOR SALE-- UMQ Cour c- mis tint are excellent 'or IHmp tl e in^ice of your fiinge bam chicken coop or 01 tbuildlngs of any hi id Selling at It each Inquire at The Courier OfTce Buildings, Building Materials 53 COMPLETE LlNh--OI\Villiims Pa nts for interior ind exterior pur poses Stone . U ork Phone 1700 Business and Office Equipment 54 FOR SALE--Woodstock tpcxxrlter ... intced m A i concilt on special S°l DE Neu Ro-vU t\pe\Mlters ind new Co ona add is machines sold on tas ~ i j m e n t p n K t s t n r r i , Book Store 125 West Apple Street Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEYl RERL b HOW--You can flnd a mrifkcl fo" your farm products your farm Implements our dairy products you- live stocit and household goods by running a sir all inexpensive ad In our Classified Section There you will find many people v ho want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation ot. The Dally Courie- covers a large tirea and oar advertisement will be read by rmny people who are looking for Just the things jou ha\c for sale NOTE Al clisslfied ods are payable In adx ance You will find our rates H the above Classified Heading Farm Equipment 55-A SEFDS FOR FILLD AlsD GARDEV FERTILIZER FARM IMPLEMENTS' BAB\ CHICKS LOLCKS HARDWARE STORE 116 X\ CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 135 Puel Teed Fertilizers WANTED -- Three men cxie ienced In sellirg Household ^pliancc^ Automo biles or Insiiancc To -icll rev, snd I GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine ^01! 300 · " " ' " - , . . . - - -,_.,. used cars One man must be residence o*" ScottJale or Evcrson To the right pa n of Droved ability uill give drnw ing account afMins commits on^ Phnn^ 12^4 £or appoirtment Bennett Motor Sales 2oO E Cra\\Toid Avenue WANTED--TA o high gnde men to sell Hospital In-^uiance Woncc'-fu oppor- tun ty Write S M Carro ] Uniontown Pa Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FULL BLOODED--Berkshire teed hog for service Chas R Fe RT- at t i e Bailey Farm R D 2 E ConneJlsville (Bellview) Poultry Eggs and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--AU breeds Pun St trtem Keystone Fet-d S ore 110 Apple St Phone 107 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 21 31 22 38 16 26 ACROSS i--Town In Quebec 9--Comfort 10--Handle of a pitcher 12--A cub 14--with (Prefix) 15--Symbol for natrium lo--A metal 10--Qu the top 2(i--A sphere 21--Lashed 23--A tall fur 25--Dxclaina Uon of dis gust 26 -- Female horso 27 -- Compelling 29 -- Deciliter (abbr 31 -- Royal Navy (abbr y ere Moses got thx commandments 34 -- Bearing 37-- Brood of joung pheasants 3 S-- Capital of theU S 18--Organ of atnell 19--pull pain 21--Money 22--Greek (jame festival 23--Forbids 24--Encouraging 2--Third note of the scale Brazilian coins 29--Part of a pedestal 3ft--Legal claim on property 33-- Insect egg 34--Mama 35--Exclamation of In qulry 36--Symbol for nickel Answer to previous puxxts DOWN i-- Fastened with otitchea 2--A sunk fane* S--East southeast (abbr ) 4--Tell 6--Egyptian de ty e--Upon 7--Bone (combining form) 8--Knight of St. Andrew labor} 11--Like honeycomb 13--Trudge 14--Cht,ck 17--Aloft bu 8c jO bJ Oc 2o bu 12c d e l K c ed Cash Phone 20J7 Fiark Koballa G Els Li INE--Wash I ng ton Run Coal Low price "\\r-i Dull . SOT Phone 107 or call Dawson 3261 and 3631 JbMATA COAI^---12c bushel cash dc- 3 \c ce 1 25 bushel orders ilso dc tvered Robert Welsh Phone 4121 R 12 Household Goods FOR SALE' LTVIIsG ROOM--And dining room suits davt.nports dressers couclics and beds Coal and ga-= raises also good desks and typewriters Special ore child a large pHy pen DLLL.S STORAGE 122 E PCAC11 ST PHONE 50 SEE MCRVIS FURNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT NORTH PITTSBURG ST PHONE 2020 I OR SALL,--Copoer clad coal sto\ e ex cellent condition Birgaln Call 2922 Pe^ryopolls o- wr te Box b43 Special at the Stores FOR SALE--FerUlizcr Hire ccmeni piaster pete moss garden tools garden and f"ld seeds fence, and general hiidxvarc EJvxard Baer Hardware Phone 584 Wanted--To Bay 66 WANTED IMMEDIATELY-N cc clean big white rags We will pay cm 5c pel pourd CASH for ill you bring in Mason Mo or Company 127 West Apple Street Phone 105 WAMCD TO BUY--Antlcn e buieaus slant top de-?ks etc Aiso glassw re over 50 jears old Abraham Watson, Srnithf eld Pi SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSl THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN AT Oc PER POUND Rooms and Board Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 'OR RENT--""wo modern ipi-tmenti 4 room*' and In h AH modern conveni (.ncLi, HOT hot -nd cold v.ite fur nishcd P inne IH3 R OR RENT--Thice room r ur 1 1 ed apartment pri\-\te bath 1215 Chestnut St Phone 28. W 'OUR ROOM AP \RTMENT--Fi st flooi private b i l l all con\tnlenci.s 132 E Fatr\ lev. A\ c B lib in css Places Tor Ren* 3_2 E\ST PEAC I STPEE^-- Room 40xGO for rent w i t h r c f r f p c r tor equipment loci! place foi beer d 3 trlbutor or cirdfie Inquire Dull " Storage 122 JasL Peach Stitet Phone 50 Houses for Rent ^OR Rl 1 NT--Famished c tht room house nil modtrn con\cniencL No ch Idie i Must furni 1 -1 refcrei LOS \S r te Box BOO cnrc Courici UObSlv--Shop CraiMord A\c W S for ueldlnp fiai storage tr cks e c References Wr te Box 05 care Cou icr anted--To Rent WANTED TO RI!"sT---Six roo n IQiuse in or near ConnellbMllc Cn 1116 R Con Real Estate for Sole Brokers in Real Estate FOR S \LE --FOR SALE SMALL AND LARGE HOLSES-- Locate J in Connellsville Scottdile Evorson % t Plea*; nt ind ruril secUons of Fijeltc COL ntv Sold on small down p a j m e n t « balance on monthly ins-ailments 5 to 15 jcars to pa Only 5^ intc es no finance charge If interested kind-y w r i t e phone or call in person FA1.ETTF REALTY COMPAVY 405 SECOND NATL BATK BLDG ^ D GARDNER MGR PHONE 1375 CONNELLSVILLE PA THE FACTS AHE--Reil Es ate Is goiri, up in price Buy now or pay more 1 hive i lirre 1 sting of better homes Fas tern's G i x e -ic a cill PETER R WEIMER ·WEIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENTl T C PHALm SO CONNELLSVILLE PA PHONE 973 Houses for Sale FOR SALE! SOJTH SIDE PROPFRTIES-- Two six room houses in good condition Price reasonable CORNER--* ajctte and McCormck A\e- nue One six ioor" house WM P McNULTY EAGLES BOTLDING P4ONE 1700 FOR SALE--Morrcl Avenue 904 brick bungalow $j 000 CRAWFORD AVENUE WEST 1140--Six room frime house bath ard furnace Price $1 800 ROBERT NORRIS PHONE 005 PRICF REDbCFD TO $! 400--On this pro ic t} located Tt 216 Huston Avenue Six room frame house Immediate pas- session S( e it tod-'y Inqui-e Paul Wagoner 1009 West Crawford avenue Phorc 148 FOR SALE--Four room bungalow in good LQidition Lot 1QCK12Q feet Dicke Run Price $1 200 00 $200 00 down bal- nnce $10 60 monthly E F DcWitt Phone 43 Scottdale Pa Lots for Sale 85 FOR SALE--2 lots 40x150 ft East Scottdale Price $15000 eich O^ner Ella Smith See Joe Grogan East Scot dile Pa FOR. SALE--Lo in St Joseph Cemcttrj Endowment paid Price reasonable Phone 845 Auctions--Legia Is Legal Notices 91 ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Esta e of Santy Liberia altis Sant 1 Lebor o alias Sanducci Labory late o. the City o£ Connel svll e Fijette Courtv Pennsj \\ inla deceased Letters in Ad- mJnistntion on the above named cstat ha\mg be"n gianted to the undersigned notice is hereby given to all per ons Indebted to sold eb te to make immediat paj ment and to those having claims igafnst the same to present tl em properly au til en tic iled for settlement Jennie DeVlto Administrator 22G Tenth St-oet Conuellsvllle Pennsylvania Lewis M D Auna Attorney 25 feb -6t-sat TWO LOCAL YOUTHS ENROLL IN ARMY Rooms tor Housekeeping 9 TAO NICELY FURNISIiED ROOMS--For lifcht housekeeping Also a sleeping room 124 W Apple Strci. YOU KNOW WHVT vou want and a Coi ner Classified 16 taker can tell you ho\v to GO about setting it. Phone 12 or 13 » GET GOOD MONEY for you- extra household goods Put Uiem on view Hi ough a Classified Ad Phone 12 or 13 for an ad take THERE IS a friendly spirit In The Coarur Classif ec 1 Dcpar Jnent which makes it a pleasure o use this depart mcnt For esi. ts try ou~ service \Ou LL CO'X'E c.cro s practically e \ e r - thn g \ o u n e e d U o u lool' o\er the Cla^ ilied Sctaon every day TJNIONTOWN Mnr 18 -- Two Conrellsv He and olhei county joiuh h a \ e enlisted in various blanches o the United State A~my Seigean James H Smith locil reciuiting of- ficei, announced Most o£ the en listed group have h id prexiou^ ^e^vice The enlistments include C'nrle; D GJass of Connellsvil e and Wil ham S Hodgson of Daisyto\vn ti Coast Aitilleiy, Panami, Thorn a Blair of Cornel's* ille and Thomas J Baiko\ic of Lcmont Turnace to 12tl Infantrv Ft Washington Md Jos eph S Maiyav of Uppeimidaeto\vn to 5th Engineers, Ft Behoir Vo Alexander Kerezsi of Gundstone to 6th Field \rtil ery ^t Hoyle Md and Geoige T F^pa of New Salerr R D, 1 to,Eng_nee i *s, Panama CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN LONA WAS liite an excited chi'd a.s she sho\vec Jim about the rooms ·he had rented for their first home Isn t it perfect" she asked when they had cone to the Mny kitchen It s great girl he agreed ' And 3 ou look swell In that apron Sort of like--home, isnt it 7 ' The longing in hia \oice touched her Oh -irr' she said and clurg to him It 3 so good to be happy You are happy, then, girl 7 It almost seened as if he were rcas- surng 1 himself Of course I m happy I m so rappi T could almost c.ry Chink of H No more looking for work no more boarding houses no more be ing lonesome Mijbe ouve jumped from the frying pan into the fire ' His voice uas Leasirg Jusu v.a t until you have to get up -it six o c ock and get my breakfast Ard cook and scrub and make beds and--what else does a housev,i£e have to do 7 He pa ised inquiringly It s a ter- rib e 1 fe the \vomen all say 'From eirly morn to setting sun A xv oman s work is never done he chanled triumphantly See wl at you xe let yourself in for'' She laughed as she set out gleaming uhito dishes on the red and xxhite linen tablecloth I m going to lo\e every minute of it «he proclaimed confidertly It x\as a truly delicious meal From the steak sizzling with but ter anc oozing jjice, to the fragrant steaming coffee that came from the tm dripolator in a golden nt'-eari ex cry hing was perfect V» ilchirg Jmi enjoy it Lona s pride stirred justifiably She had, she felt outdone herself THIS ssxvell, girl Jim told her appnnmgly as he pushed bacjt Ms plate and reached for his pipe She hac it readj for hi*n, together x\ith the cxemng paper and she made a great ado of establishing him In the eahj choir n the living room while she c eared off the table He objected at first insisting upon helping her \\ith the dishes, but she brushed as Je his scruples ' You re spo lm ttr me he told her BOlemrlj, pulling her down on h s lap for a moment before he let her have her oun xvay I m xxarrung you But m his kiss she read that he was secretly delighted at her Eohcitude She d Keep him that wa she \o\vcd as she went back to tidy up the tiny k ! tchen She hid the place back in ex quisite order when the click of Dinahs chair soanded in the hall outside followed by a tap on the door A g'-ay haired sweet faced woman w i t h some of Dinah a own beauty still cljigmg to her lined face wheeled the girl into the room, and Lo^i knexv before she had spoken that she was going to like Mrs Morriss W e xe corre to make sure you re comfortable oxer here the xvoman told her whei introductions had been completed If there s anything needed that's not here you re to tell me Its the first time we ve rented tliese rooms you knoxv, and I xvas a little afraid the equipment might not be adequate ' P s perfect Lona assured her You re not to worry about us, Mrs Morriss We re going to like it he-e J feel lucky to find such a place ' I *n glad you ve come The xvoman s eyes w ent to Dinah s bright head and back to Lona ' Dinah here has been telling me about you ' she offered It will make me "eel easier to know there a someone In the house when I m av-ay Sorreone she hkea having" I m glad Lona x\ill have com- panj too Jim said then, and he and Mrs Morriss looked at each other in sudden understanding that made Lona feel very joung, as if she and Dinah were two children xx ho needed to be rared for They talk as if xve were a couple of infants Dinah broke In laughing impishly in mock disgust You are Jim shot back at her, and she laughed in earnest Neither of you are past the spanking age ' 'Just jou try spanking UV" she ban ered and Lona krexv that Jims swift acceptance of her on an equil footing xvi Ji Lona despite her encumbrance, had won her sturdy heart I ve been thinking all afternoon about that party xve \vere talking of at lurch she brought out then, Would the evening after next suit you 7 That xvould give me two days to raise the croxvd on the telephone There s nothing going on that night either Its an open date" That xxould be just right Lona told her "And I think its wonderful of you to go to all this trouble for us I--appreciate it " It s fun Dinah s blue eyes trapped 'I love haxmg parties I Besides, it isn t any trouble for me j I don t have to work I just sit here In this chair and do the bossing Do jou dance"' She turned to Jim suddenly Slightly,' he admitted ' May 1 engage the first dance xv th. you noxv 7 That is if you must have dancing 1 ' Dinahs laugh was a silvery tin- iUe I s ruce of you to be so gallant she told him But you can t duice xsith a wheel chair" They \\ent on that xvay for the rest of the visit. As if they had known each other always Lona thoaght, as she lay that night in the old-fashioned bed It pleased her to think that Jim liked Dinah and that Dinah approved of him, a pleasure that amused her xvhen she recalled that this morning she hadn t even known Dinah existed And now, here she was, lying axvake, thrilled because of a party promised her by a stranger She xx as more evited over this par^y than she had thought it tvas possible to be, over anything so trivial It had been so lone since she had taken part In any social thers: Her last real party had been m Bridgexvater before tha thing that had turned her life axvry had happened She had beei escorted that night by the very man her father had to shoot, she iccalled noxv, with a shudder It had been a troubled gathering alrve xvith the undercur-j rents of xvhat xxas to come Dismay! took hold of hpr as she thought back over it Ought she to be so. free xxith these people here in Brighton' Was it as she had al- xvaj s felt since those old black days too dangerous, after all, to have fr ends 7 Oh, but things \xere different^ now, she told herself Such thoughts xv ere morbid Nothing dreadful was going to happen to her again She was done with horror Listening to Jim s even breathing beside her she succeeded in pus! ing bac t the memones that for a moment had crowded into her mmd Pulling herself again into a pleasant sense of expectation, she finally drifted off to sleep She xvaa soon to learn that xvhen Dinah said party she meant just that. The next t x o days were a fluiry of preparations Not that there was to be anything elaborata or costly about the affair It was, of necessity, simple But it seemed that here m Brighton, as in all small towns there \xas a definite routine to be followed in getting together the croxvd First there was a succession of telephone calls It seemed to Lona that Dinah had sat wth her ear glued to the receiver for a solid morning xvhen she announced, finally, that everyone had been reached, and all but txvo had accepted The most important of tha acceptances was Lona was assured, that of ' Pinky' Malone He, it developed, was the local piano player Without h.m there xvould be no dancing The music being assured, there xvas the matter of refreshments to be considered next. "Chicken salad," Dinah proclaimed without hesitancy 'Mother s famous for her chicken salad. They'll expect it. With hot biscuits and pickles 'Why thats a meal Dinah r " Lona laughed They must eat well in this toxvn " "There must be punch, too. Bobby Graves xxill bring over the stuff and spike it at the last minute ' Dinah confided xvith a wink. ' Mother s dry, you knoxv She xvon t serve any drinks But, of course if she doesn t know-"But Dinah if she objects--" "Oh, she just pretends she doesn't knoxv It s a great joke Bobby always mixes the punch and nobody asks xvhat he puts into it You see* all our mothers are dry This is a dry toxvn That is they vote dry, but--" She broke off, and laughed, and Lona laughed with her There were so many delicious little contradictions about this place. (To Bo Continued) Meyersdale Conarued liom Page Four he will A different opinion e\ sts in the State Department where hope for a change in the law still is held but the h U bovs seem ^o know best Mr Roosc\elt gnppled with his mcorre ta^ return alone, but Mr Garner u e n t o\cr to an expeit ir the House v.ho ns been helping him Tor 15 yenrs ' Ihe Senate his an expert' said Garnei, ' but you have kept me out of jail for l*i jears and dad-gum-it I doit want 1 o lose jou He autoi!raphed a congressional di- rectoiy fo- the expeit Authorities he-e are inclined to comfort themselves iMth the opinion thnt Hitlei now has gone loo far He led his oun German peop'e as well as the outride world to behove that all he wanted in Germany was German people Nou he is taking Czechs Moiaviars Slo\als and possibly Rutrennns To Napoleon, the same mistake proved fatal Wir Depait nert got its neu. planes Tut toiization increised fiom o 500 to 6 000 easily by spteadmg a stoiy inside Congieb Wat boy;, promisee 1 not to ask ary moie appiopnations for the 6 000 than foi the 5 500, explaining they migl t get cheaper prices out of the manufacturers that uay Spring seems to have invaded the veins of Republicans Tyle- Pago former Republican cleik of the House, has put the elephant bick on his watch chiin on a pendant It has oeen absent the last lew yeais Arc lights have been installed for workers at the Thomas Jefferson Me- monal, oppirent'y so the work can be completed before 1940 A loflj Justice Depaittient of- cnlt p ivute list on the Supreme Coait possib h les s l o w s 1 Secretary Douglas 2, (heies a surprise) Attorney Geneial Murphy, 3, (heiei a sensation) Judge Floience Allen of Ohio P ul Truck Catches Fire UNIONTOWM Mai 18 McCabe, dii\er o c a truck ow ted by Danny Mancini, local produce merchant, discoveiing the lear part of tne tiuck-bcd on file diove the blazing machine *o Cential Fire Station \\heie firerren extinguished the blaze w i t h chemicals C gaiet- tes tossed nto the truck-bed by passing motoiistb is belived to have started the fi_e MEYERSDALE, Mar 18 --The Lidice Auxiliary to the American Legion he d an all-day quilting in the Legion Hall Wedresday when two quilts were finished and w ill be sent to their homes in Ha risburg At noon a covered-aish dinner was enjojed Entertain at Bridge Miss Margaret Robb and Miss Alice Dm entertained jomtlj at 'he home of Mrs J J Hobhtzell Wednesday exenn g with a dessert bridge Theie weie 20 present Personals W H Holzsher and daughter Miss Ruth have returned from Pittsburgh where they attended the funeral of a friend Leo Clark of Baltimoie, Md visited his brother, John Clarx; and family during the week Mrs Elsie In^ei spent a few days ill Se"\\ickley visiting her daughter, Miss Lenora, a student ntuse in Sewickley Hospital Mrs Chiles Lee Hill returned to Cumberland Thursday after a week s staj here helping to caie for hei paients, Mr and Mis Oscar Allen, both of whom have been qu te sick Ki and Mis Chailes Berkey and son Charles of Connellsville \isited Miss Dhzabeth Dariah Tuesday r and Mrs George Robinson and baby of Greenwich, Conn, arrived Thuisday, b mgmg with them Mrs Robinson s mother Mis Robot t Cook, who had been visiting there foi two weeks Gas Company Files Proposed Rate Boost By United Press. PIT1SBURGH Mar 18--Peoples Natural Gas Company, uhich serves 149,000 consumers in 13 Western Pennsylvania counties has filed ·with the Public Utilities Commission at Hirnsburg a pioposed new schedule o£ rates which would in- ctease biJs of 90 per cent of the con- sumeis and reduce cost of service to th" renaming 10 raer cent The increases, for the most part, \\ould be boine by residential and small industrial corsumers. i Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE Mai 18--Elmer Shoemaker Hampton Pottei and "William Wallace motored to Pittsburgh Wednesday wheie they represented the Omople I O O F Lodge at the meeting hold at the I O O F. home for the aged Conducts Funeral Rev and Mrs F S Wortman spert Wednesday evening and Thursday at Mill Hi.n, \vheie Rev Wortman officiated at the funeral for Mrs Rugg Thursday afternoon Mrs Fiank Funk of Washington, D C who is visiting her parents, Mr and Mis F K Bailey is spending a -hort \ isit m Connellsville Mrs John Hoit has returned home from a visit at Cochocton, Ohio SALLY'S SALLIES Rej; itet d L S. P^ect Oliice When a man says he's got where he's through with hard work, he doesn't always add .whose.

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