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March 13, 1930

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THURSDAY, MARCH 13, iy:5U. DAILY COURIER, OONNSLSVILLE, PA. EAST HUNTINGDON HONOR STUDENTS | ARE ANNOUNCED Joseph Myers .First With a u | Average Percentage for j Three Years of 96. · TWO OTHERS RUN CLOSE _ ... ^ Soa^lul t.) The Courier. SCOTTDA-LK, M a r c h 13.-- Amiotinee- ni-cmt has be-on ma do of tho Ih'Ht an--l st % carwl ho'iior students I.u the East, Huntingdon Township High School class, aa follows: ,Ios-ph Myers, an average if 06 v-cr cent few thr-e-e years-; j-- .foh.ii Ford ivext, w i t h an uv'erago of 03.5; lorothy U a t g h t y . 9S.3. Tho IMS* I K-oven highest aro Winifred T/yrech. CO.4; Viola Tn'.'t, 90.2; Anna Thrma.s, S0.8; U. R. Pfoutz, 8S.9: Jam0s Fre-y, 88.8; ii. Koss, 8S.2; ami K. Bpelrs, 86.5. This n-tinouiM'.e-tv.-ent was n»de by tho principal of the high school, J. Owen Huiistinaiii. Troop i Activities. Thirty-one Si-outs and thre-e offlcor-?, Scoiitmasior H. ,!. McKeo, Assistant Scoutmasier Jarwvr Stonr-r a.iui Setrior Patrol heud«f Paul titor.oi-, atte-ml-e-tl tho in-eetliijj tt Troop o ot tho Boy Scouts o; Amwica, hold In tho borough bnildta-s last p-v-enln*. Many t-cwUs WOTX nass-e-ti by !hf boys. Tho Iroop is plami.i'ii;- a bird box hike to tho game refuge at C'r-c-ek Hills for Sunday. M a r c h 23. lOvwy boy who H eligible to nuvk-o the trip must coin-e wtth R IKJX or bir! infuse- or f-eetllng station. T!i«? troop pass-ed many t-esLs at tho las-, i-ourt of horvor: Paul AVhltehe.id, to first-class S-out and fir-o-iuivuHhip nT*Mt awftrti; l^ul Ston-o-ri fh'Kjnuuiit-hip nvi v rit n w a r d ; M-ar! Noz. lire-ma-ushlp; HerbcM-t Miller, iVrenvtui- shlp, lifeaaving and swimming; Deimy Rollin-son, ilretmtn-s-hip: Scoutinn.'t««' R. J. MeK«e. fironv-uiship, iXTsonal "» health, nra-rknvaivship, consor\-atioin, pouJfcry k^-pinp;. Mr. McK«o also piassod for n sttur Scout. To Present Operetta. The com-hin-ed loys' and girls' g-loc clubs oC iO«st Huntingdon township are making ir«-paj - aUo'nv'!, under tho direction of Mrs, Ellso Hoo-vier, to prxv tfint the aouinal oper«*ta In the Ewst llujnttngdon Township Hish School Anditorinm m M'arch 26. Th tltte la "In the G-aiPden of th-o Shah." This is ftl-vraya erne o£ tho hest programs of tho y«ar. Mrs. Jon«s llostesi. ^Sre. Walter Jon-ra entertained with bridge at her home in Liouek-s avenue, In honor o£ Mrs. Wilbur I/eif4eli of State College, who Is visiltog with frle-nda h-ctro. UJee Clnb to Sing. A real treat is in store for the nvusi-c lovers of ScotUinle and Bat Ilantlng- don township patrons on Monday evening, March SI, when the Karlhain College OU-e '!u!i of Richmond, J-nd., \vill pre»wil u pr-o#ram ut tho Kast tlimtin-sdon Townsliip Auditorium. Th-e Rlee c.lub i. compiled ot 60 voicoB amd will V.e on a tour of the. Eastern cities of Iho IMiltod States. The tro- Krani w i l l )o -»p,-n»ored by the oom- bin-ed Wast Hiin'tuigilon anil Hcottttale high schools and will he featured by . sevwat solos by Prof. !. A. behmau, tho director, who wan the director of lfoe Daytoin-Wc3tnun»tPir Choir which toured this country and Jiurope durln-g the lafit two y-ar». " Cfttitutu Postponed. Owing to the serious illness of Miss Sarah Horner of Mount Pleasant, who was to have taken the leading role of Qu-eon Esther in the oo/ntata, "Queen Esther," to be presented by the Monr day Music Clu.li at tho Strom*! Theatre, - has bee-n postpoived iintil next fall. Inspection Tonight. Th« pnbHc is invited to attend tho aanual inspection, of the Sers'tco Com- -»pany at Uie Arni/ory this evening. Other News. Thomas H. Rutherford, who attend tha National Scout dinner in Waah- ' ingiton Monday ovonlng, has retunied home. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Herbert a-nd (laughters ot Kitta.nning spent the vceeh-end wJth Mr. aiwl Mn-a. J. A. Boralmrt and Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hw- i«srt, pan-eiita of M r. and Mrs, Herbert. ·Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barnhart had also itil their -gne«st3 Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harnhturt aoid son. John W. Bjurnhart, o-f Moniongahela, Mira. Clair Truxal of Uniontown is vlaitto-g with hor paVemte, Mr. aaid Ma-s. L, C. Kelar of Spring ati-eet. A DISEASE Milwaukee Doctor Slakes Remarkable Discovery. Milwaukee, Wiec.--It has been brought to light by scientific research that goitre is not a disease auu is not *''to be treated as such. Dr. A. A. Bock, Dept. K26, Box 737, Milwaukee, \V!a., u prominent goitre specialist for over 24 years, has perfected a .different method of treatment for his patients that has proved remarkably sufcess- uil. This same tnelhod ia no-.v being ustI for a home treatment of goitTe cases all over the country wlt'.i astonishing resultfe. Tho doctor st-i'.es that goitre is a condition which grows *^vot so with neglect and recommends Immediate attention uo matter how sms^l tho growth may appear. He strongly opposes needless operaliona. Di. Rock is the author of a book that «e!ls In a simple w a y about treating goitre at home. Ho luis published this book at his own expense and will sisrid a copy free to anyone interested. Write him today.--Advertisement. Novel Graduation. API'LKTON, W i s , March 12.--, Graduation exorcises of the Outa- gaini'J county, Wisconsin, rural schools will bo held ou the steps of the itatkmal capitol in Wu.°h!ui;ton, 1). C., uoxt June, accouling to present plans. A special train w.ll be chartered for a four-day excursion at a cost of only |25 to each student. School districts and individual studci is already aro a't. work on various projects to raistf tlie necosaary Real dyes give richest colors I FOR every bom« use, Diamond Dyes are the finest you can bay. They contain tho highest quality anilines that can be produced. It'a the anilines in Diamond Dyes that give such soft, bright, new colors to dresses, drapes, lingerie. Diamond Dyea are easy to use-. They go /n smoothly and evenly; do not spot or streak; never give things that re-dygd look. Just true, even, new colors that keep their depth and brilliance in spite of wear and washing, la packages. All dealers. DiamondoDtyes High*** Quality fer SO Jfears METE OK IN KOAD'S xPATH NECESSITATES BUILDING AJIOUNI IT BELIEVE WORST OVER IN GRAIN MARKET'S SLUMP Wheat Tnnibles to Below Dollar a Bushel in Chicago Tit, IVew Low. CORN, 6ATS, RYE ALSO IN CRASH i SEATTLE, March 13 -- Meteors, flashing through space to the enjoyment of park bench lovers may be thlnge of beauty, but on earth, in the middle ot a proposed highway site, en'glneere decided tfcey were nothing less than a nuisance. Work on th^ new Tacoma highway progressed rapidly until crews came upon a huge iwulder. They tried t o ) dig it up, but at a depth of 14 feet with no end in sight, decided that It would be Impossible. Dynamite would not jar the huge rock. The heet drills wouUl not dent. It. So the road was built to curve around the rock. Highway «ngln«*ru and geologists said they believed the rock was a meteor. Fear French Are About to Withdraw From Naval Parley By RAYMdND CLAPPEE United Press Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, March 13.--Naval conference development* at London have caused pessimism here. For the first time there i i fear the new effort at limitation upon which President Hoover has staked much Is In serious danger. Th« French difficulty, th« refusal of the Japanese to abandon their 70 per cent claim to datis th« Tardieu and MacDonaW cabinet crises have all combined to produce the feeling of anxiety. Until now there ha« been great confidence of fair success. Secretary Stlmson'a refusal to enter a oon«ulaUv« pact hae been followed by an indication from Foreign Minister Brland that the French are about ready to return to Paris and let the conference founder. If the conference thus falte, an effort to saddle the blame on America may "be expected. The Administration here has been caught between a desire to placat« tho French by joining a consulatlve past and th« fer of rupnlng luto trouble in the Senata *y entering euch an agreoment. The Anjerlcan delegation, after much uncertainty, liae de- clded to etay out and take no chftnce of a Senate rebuff. Thte change has come within the last three woeke. At the time Tardleu fell, the Americana were viewing a consultative pact favorably. Pennsville PENNSVILLB, March 13.--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mean® f Oros»land Station were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr, Mean*' eist*r, Mre. Hattie Halfhlll. Mrs. Walter Raymond and daughter, Lois, of Connellsvillrt spent Sunday afternoon with Mise Ada Latlmer. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Redding, eon, Paul, and daughter, Wilma, of P*nna- ville epent Sunday with Mr. Bedding's mother, Mr*. Manna Keddlng. S. D. Sh^rrio!*, who has been very 111 with pneumonia, ut the home of his mother, Mrs. Mary Sherrick, is getting better. On t Monday ni«ht tlie Baird filling station n-ae broken into and robbed of about $25 in candy, tobiea and tobacco, Mre. Oliver Aiken and son, Oliver, of Greensburg are spending several days this week with th« former's mother, Mrs. 0. F. Redding. Opal Morrison had a very hard fall several days ago , and aprained the' ligamente of his back. Mr, ana Mrs. J. M. Halfhill and Mra. Ruth Heck were at Edonborn Thursday of last week Attending the funeral of Robert Ball, son of Mrs. William Ball. Ohiopyle OH1OPYLE, March W-- The Literary Society program that was to hav« been held tonight hag been postponed until after the union revival meetings. Mrs, John Waters spent Wednesday shopping in Connelleville Frank Gleaaon of Chalk Hill was a business caller in town Wednesday. John Nlcholeon re-turned home Wednesday from a «hort viiilt epent in Connellsvllle. Mrs. Ella Joseph wae a visitor in Connellsville Wednesday. Mrs, Frank Bailey left Wednesday for Connelleville to spend a f«w days. William Rankln of Uniontown waa a business visitor ia Ohiopyle Wednesday. Mrs, Mary Morrieon wat- a shopper In Conu-ellevllle Wedn«6tu}. A. E3. Burnworth of Victoria was a caller in town Wednesday morning. Carl Morrison iti ill at his Uoiu« with quinsy. Harry Buruworth, Sr. r was a caller la Coonellsville Wedneedaj-. By U n i t e d Preis. CHICAGO, March 13.--Belief that the worst is over and t h a t yesterday's sharp decline In prices of wheat and other agricultural commodities nitairked the lowest depths of am ennatic market prevailed at the opening of today's trading on the board oC trade, The optimism was s-pontaneons, based on traders' experience. Nothing lo support It came ot the conference here yesterd-ay of Alexander Legge. chairman of the- Federal Farm Board; W. G. Kellogg, manager of tho Farmers' National Grain Corporation; G, S. Mllnor, newly appointed vice-president of the grain stabilization corporation, and other officials. Legge. who today was on h'Js way to confer with Kansas livestock growers, declined (o comment on the results o'f the secret meeting, other than to Indicate ii dealt with minor lopica- and that the plunging market waa not considered. ^ ^ Wheat, corn, oats and rye reached new low quotation levels for the crop season yesterday and carried down with- them other foodstuffs. The full in prices, while proiiounood at Chicago, was even more precipitate in other grain marts of the world. Jn the Chicago wheat pit, March and May quotations sagged, approximately seven cents below tho high of last week to a fraction under $.1 a btu;hel and July ami Sftptember futures struck new lows at $1.01 l ,i and fl.03%. LEISENRINC MAN HELD BY POLICE AFTER AUTO WRECK IJINIONTOWK, March 13.--A miui giving his name as Malt Hagan ot Uelsearing sustained slight cuts about tho face and head naul body bruisos Wednesday evening when the automobile he was driving crashed into a telephone pole at New Salem. In addition -to his Imu-teis, police report, the automobile waa badly damaged au-d tho pole was brokeoj off. Police soy that he was driving while intoxicated. State Police a.t New took him Into custody. Expectant Dads Find Champion ST. LOUIS, Mo., March 13.---A whimsical volume which makes a plea for "espectant fathers" is being published here. New and revolutionary plans for the father's comfort during tha period .when i.he stork is expected are dealt with in "Expectant Fathers--Their Care and Treatment," by Douglas Vass Martin, Jr., St. Louis author. Correct diets and exercises are prescribed and an outline ?or B new type of hospital--the patnrulty Hospital--where fathers may hive recreation and entertainment whfe waiting for the announcement, Is suggested by the author. The volume is dedicated to fathers the world over, "Those patient, suffering heroes, scorned by doctors, humiliated by h«ad nurses, but destined to pay the bills for tho babies." Change Ceremony Words. GENEVA, N. Y., March 12--A marriage ceremony performed here dtf- 'fered slightly from the orthodox vows in that the brido requested the words "as long aa. we love each other or UPtil legally divorced," which were aubstitutod for "until, death do us part." The bride wna Mary J, Dlldine of thto city and Lester W. Wesner of WataonvUle, Pa. The marriage woe performed by City Judge George F. Ditmars. Novel Baseball Costume At Southern College Louise Lee, of Hackensack, N, J., captain of the baaeball team at Randolph-Ma con Woman's College, Lynchburg, Va., ia wearing the costume which is considered quite proper for play on the diamond. Louise is «*id to be a veritable female Bube Ruth in the Little e League^ (F- PAGE "Coming ·vent* ca»tlh«lr ·hadow*b*for«' *te*i£«*'w s ,, ^.' l". AVOID THAT FUTURi: SHADOW* By rofrolni 19 from ov*r»!ndul- gance, If you would mvintoln fh* moder t flgiir* of fashion Womeowhopi txethemodernfigarewithttssub. tie, seductive a rves--men who would keep that trim, proper ft rm, eat healthfully but not im- modetately. B tnish excessivencss--eliminate abuses. Be mod irate--be moderate in all things, even ia staoki ig. When tempted to excess, when your eye; are bigger than your stomach, reach for a tuc gg instead. Coming events cast their shadows b ;fore. A void that future shadow by avoiding o /er-Jndulgence if you would maintain the lit le, youthful* modern figure. lucky Strike, the finest Cigarette o man ever smoked, made of the finest tobacco--The Cream of the Crop-"IT'S TOASTED/' Everyone knows that heat purities and so "TOASTING" not only removes impurities but adds to the flavor and improves the taste. " It's toasted Your Tliroot Protection--against irritation--against cough. *Be Moderate! . . Don't jeopardize the modern form by drastic diets, harmful reducing girdles, fake reducing tab* lets or other q lack "anti-fat" remedies condemned by the Medical profession! Millions of dollars each year are wasted on thes: ridiculous tod dangerous nostrums. Be Sensible! Be Moderate! We do not represent chat smok- ..... strl co Cigarettes will bring modern .figures or cause die reduction of flesh We do declare that when tempted to do yourself too well, if you will "Reach for « lucky" instead, you will thus avoid over-indulgence in things that cause excess weight and, by avoiding over · indulgence, maintain A modern, graceful form. TUNE IN--T le Lucky Strike Dance Orchestra, every Saturday night, over a coast-to-coast network of the N. B. C. © 1930, Th« AmwlcMj Tob»,cco Co., Mln. Open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday Kl«htt Eyes Examined and Frames Fitted '109 North Plttsbursr Street : NIGHT EXCURSION Washington AND HKTUKBi SUNDAY March 16 Round $5.00 Trlj; FROM C01»NELLSVIJ,L13 TRAIN Will Leave at 1:35 A. M. , Consult Ticket Agents BALTIMORE OHIO Hosark, Schletluger Company Federal and State Taxes Accountants and Auditors 1115.20 Park Building Pittsburgh, Pa. Use Quc Clattified Ads. ,, OANS If You Need Money for Any Emergency · SEE US Fayette Loan Company · Title Trust 5th Floor. Connellsville, Pa. Telephone 244 - 8«6 Bonded to the State. Patronize Those Who Advertise .ESTABLfSHEp\S8j|B? IN--/19OO IN FAYETTE COUNTY Sharp Line Between Investment and Speculation "The thrifty man is an honest thinker and does not fool himself- He draws a clear, sharp line between investment and speculation." You know that you invest safely when you have an account with this Bank. TITLE TfeirsT ij OF WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA CONNELLSVILLE,PA. 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