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March 14, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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JKAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSV ,LLE, PA. FRIDAY, MAnOTI H. 1030. WOMAN ATTACKS TEACHER WITH BROOM STICK As Result Mount Pleasant Miss Is Threatened With Jail Term. PROMISES SHE WILL BE GOOD Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, March 14.-Pauline Oovone was given a Hearing bofore Justice of the Peace Clyde trowe last *vening. charged with assault and battery preferred by J. C. Habcrlen, superintendent of schools. The woman, it was charged, went to school on Wednesday, March IS!, and, claiming that Miss Margaret Kennedy, a teacher, had punished a sister, l-Ulsabeth Cavonne, brandished a broom stick and struck Miss Kennedy a n d threatened to abuse- the teachers und school authorities. Following the hearing, in which she admitted she was wrong and signed u paper showing that she had been wrong to Interfere- in the affairs of the school, in consideration of the fact that her mother was a widow, with a very hard way «f getting along, it, was deckled to allow her to go on payment of the costs. She was warned that it she caused f u r t h e r trouble she would be sent to jail. She had been arrested previously for creating disturbance. ]»es(trter Held for Conrt. Franit Hlnc £ Morewood street, who was charged by his wife, Francos, with desertion and non-support before Justice- oC the Peace Clyde Lowe, was hole! for court. Infant Dies. The- I n f a n t daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lane died at the Memorial Hospital last evening. Interment waa made- iu the Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Rev. Bullion Rotary Speaker. Rev. George J. Bullion, pas-tor of St Joseph's Catholic Church, wanf the speaker at the regular weekly luncheon of the Ro'ury Club at the National }otel. i'ioclwty Elects Officers. The Woman's Missionary Society of the United Brethren Church held its animal *«ooHnit at the church last evening. The election resulted as follows: President, Mrs. M. A. King; secretary, Mrs. James S. Harklns; trasurer, Mrs Lou Mitchell; secretary of literature, Mrs. Barry Bell; secretary of stewardship, Mrs. T. S. Hyde; ot thank offering, Mrs, Emma Tinstiwm; collectors, Mrs. S, P. Stevens, Mrs. Joseph F"anks, Mr*. Charles Grlrtltl' · delegate* to convention, Mrs. M. A. King ai.d Mrs. J. H. Bridigum. Other Kens. At the meeting of the Kiwanis Clifb last evening there was no speaker. James McGee had charge of the pro- grain. A vaudeville act was put on. M. D. L. Baker f New Kensington visited with Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Marsb last e/ening. Us-e our c FOR COLDS-ALKALINIZE YOUR SYSTEM Doctors everywhere a r e proscribing this now treatment tor colds; and-it ia delighting thousands by the quick re- llf It brings when used consistently. Begin when you fee] » cold coming. Take a tablets.poonful of Phillips Milk of Magneglo.' In a gloi-s of water, morning, noon and night, the first clay. Do the same thing thi second day. Then take only at night. Colds reduce the alkalinity of your system. That's what niakea you Cet-1 achy, feverish, weak, iiaU-glck from them. Phllllifc Milk of Magnesia is alkali to harmless, palatable form. It relieves the symptoms of colds by restoring the alkalinity of your system. For fifty years, this pleasant alkaline has been famous is an anti-acid. Doctors prescribe Pbtllfps Milk of Magnesia; hospitals uie It; millions know how it relieves sour-stomach, gag, indigestion ami other symptoms ot over-acidity. All drusj stores recommend St. 25c and 50c bottles, with lull directions for Ha many uses. "Milk of Magnesia' has been the U. S. Registered Trade Mark of the Chas. H. Philllpu Chemical Co., and its predecessor, Chas. H. Phllli'ps, .since 1S75.--Advertisement. Fashiions Pleats Preeeed and Unpreesed Make a Triumphal Re-Entry. Gaj on Stomach r Is Dangerous TELLS HOW TO STOP IT GU.S, Pain, floating nn-d a feeling of f u l l n e s s a f t e r eating a.ro almost cert a i n evidence of excessive hydrochlo- 11C acid In tha stomach. Too much acid I r r i t a t e s thg doUcato stumucli l l n m j t , f r e q u e n t l y caualng chronic U a s t H t l s and danseroOB Ulcers, youti f a r m c n t B and aours, form- Jug- a sas t h a t Ulsteiuls the stomach and o f t e n *-\ l o u s l y a f f e c t s !he Heart. It Is (conii.ne f o l l y to neglec-t such a c o n U U t u n 01 tu treat w i t h itrtlilolal dl- BPHtlVf ahlH t h a t c a n n o t n e u t r a l i z e tlio Dtoinach u c l 1. A better ivay is to got Ironi am i p l l a h l o d r u g store norao t U t t u r u t ^ l Miisncslu (j)owder or tablets) f i n d t a k e a l i t t l e In wator after taeh meal. UlsuraUid MaK»fcs!a will -stop t h e w o r s t gas attack q u i c k l y und w i t h o u t . mlmrrdssivK'nt. Taken rlg-ht a f t e r eatlr.K, It p r o v e n t a formation of Kis arul acids so there Is no sourtiusa, l i l o a t l n K or pain. PH'asrfnt and per- f e c t l y h a r m l e s s to use -- Bisurated- itasnestii I|OPJ give w o n d e r f u l relief In iilno ou of ten cases. Aak y o u r JLoo'or o - Piugglst. Try It today.--Ad. v o r t i s o m c n t . By FRANCES PAGET Copyright, 15130, by Style Source*. NEW YORK, March 14.--One proof that straight ukirts are altogether out of the present conec-touenase is that, when the momeiit a'lse« to introduce some change from flares that have been the chief influence In skirt styles, the alternative is--Another method ot producing fulrness in sfcirta. The moment seema to be right now, a-ud the substitution offered it--pleats. The interest in pleats is in a tray unexpected, even though houses that have always been partial to pleate made them eonepicuoue In their southern resort collect^ 'ije. The majority of style offerings, Iiowever, were in flared styles. The fact that pleated eW»tn have been observed at Palm Beach in ap- peciable numbers ia one of tho Interesting rewards ol a eurvey. of fashions, there. Simultaneously with that observation came the earliest're- ports from the Parte openings also showing an attitude to fwtfcr pleats. The 1 pleats that are being done are in the same spirit of elaboration of all today's fashions, tliat is, in their manner of construction. It 3e not merely the all-around simplicity of a kilted leklrt, bui marked Ingenuite of design. It conforms with the idea of sectional development, with areas of pleats in different widths and different lengths introduced In a wa^ that can only be described aa appliqued. Sometimes they produce fullness from the hip, or else they concentrate it well down toward the lower elge of the eklrt. Another way, nffectlng a tone of compromise between flaree and pleats, shows pleated godets or gores, dissipating even morf forcibly the idea of a straight silhouette, even though made full by pleate. Occasionally a skirt with Intermittent sunburst pleats ie seen. The Paris openings declare for pleats, not only in daytime clothes but In evening frocks aa well. The one« that are mentioned for formal frocks emphasize the unpreesed pleat, conforming with tlie mood for soft effects, and suggesting the Grecian treii'J that Is an undercurrent in a number of now features of the openings. Some frocks ·with unpreesed pleats are developed for daytime wear Millions of Motorists Throughout the World give Michelin Tires the most concrete evidence of approval which any tire can receive. They Use Them Exclusively THIS WEEK'S SALE PRICED On Genuine, Extra Service \ ichelins World's Only 2-Year Bonded Tires 29x4.40 29x4.40 29x4.50 80x4.50 28x4.75 29x4.75 80x4.75 20x5.00 SOx.5.00 81x5.00 28*5.25 80x5.25 81x5.25 28x5.50 Begular $ 5.04 Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Serr. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. 7.14 7.67 7.87 8.89 ».28 10.62 0.58 D.70 10.48 10.60 11.83 11.67 11.76 20x5.50 80x5.50 80x6.00 81x6.00 82x6.00 88x6.00 80x8^ 31x4 32x4 38x4 82x4% 38x4% 84x4% 80x5 Txtra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Herv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Sorv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. Serv. 11 2.23 12.48 18.12 13.84 18.64 18.D) 5.9 10.5! 11.2 11.7. 15.1 ' 15.6 i 16.1 J 18.7J Easy Payments If Desired. 3 WAYS OF BUYING MICHELINS (1) You may buy your tires for Cash. (£.) . . . «r, on a regular 6-week Charge Account. (8.) . . . or, on oar Easy Payment Plan, payments to be made v ery two weeks, in many Instances amoanting to as low an 6ft cents Vw ftly. linying this top quality tire ont of Income Is easier and more ecom ml- cnl than baying cheap tires for cash. There is no red tope attache 1 to our credit service, F. R. Metrest Co. 302 West Crawford Avenue At West End of Bridge The Old Reliable DRY GOODS STORE When Yotu Think of Dry Goods You Naturally Think of LECHE'S See the too. In ·wme of the evening -dresses, the pleatu o0cur only intornjltteutly ami In association with a sfclrt cut circularly. In such eaeee, the unpreesed ftld or pleat appears only occasionally, rather than at short, regular Intervale as they do in tailored skirts that we are more familiar with at preeent. Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE, March IS.-- Mr. and Mrs. George Hafferty and daughter, Ardlth, of Mount Pleasant »ient Thursday visiting Mr. Kafferty's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Rafterty. Mrs. Oharlos Stack was 'a visitor In Uniomtowii Tuesday. Ciioriea Abbrey was a reoen/t visitor at Doonora. fttrs. Geary Shipley and Wt». Jeff Shlptoy of Bi dwell were visitors in Ohiopyle Thursday morning. Mrs. F. K. BaiWy returned home Thursday ' from a visit spent In Con- Mrs. William Berwick of spent over Wednesday night daughter, Mrs. Harry Burnwarh. her Building Supplies CEMENT SAM) GBAVEL PLASTEB LIME, ETC. We carry a complet s line of high grade bu.lding material at all timei and best market prices. Consolidated (ioal Supply Co. HeCormlck Arctic), ConnellsTtlle, Pa Phone 1700. Spring Dress Materials Batista -- Flaxons -- Voiles -- Dimities -- Broadcloths Piques -- Basket Cloths -- Cotton Shantungs Voiles, Flaxons and Batistes 29c yard Attractive figured designs and floral patterns. Will make desirable afternoon frocks for children' and their mothers. Summer Day Prints 35c yard Batistes and dimities in new Summer Day Prints. ' Full 36 inches wide. Choice of many lovely patterns and colorings. Sun Rise Lawns 39c yard A beautiful array of new patterns in Sun Rise Lawns Pastel coloriugs and allover designs . Very desirable for dainty summer frocks. Ca talma and Hamasaka Prints 50c yd. Patterned from Undersea Photographs Photographs of marine growth at the bottom of the sea--in turn photographed on the fabric . Basket, pique and shantung weaves. Ideal for sports dresses and ensemble suits. Figured Broadcloths 59c yard Thef;e lovely broadcloths will make adorable frocks for street and sports wear. ;?6 inches wide. A wide range of handsome patterns in the selection. Our Standing Guarantee--Satisfaction or 1'our Money Back. LECHt'S i Patronize Those Who Advertise 300 North Pitts bitrgr .Street F. D. STORES OWSEJ) BY HOME PEOPLE Corner N. Pittsburg and Peach Streets Meet and Ask the Man Here Saturday -- Any Questions Regarding the Foods Priced Below--and How Best to Prepare Them. Indian Wins Beauty C- -litest. MIAMI, Fla., March 31.--Juanita Osceola, 19-year-old squa v of Cory Osceola, chief of Semiuol tribesmen at the Musa Isle Indian v llage here, was choson tho prettiest Indian girl at a pageant at tho village last night. Swansdown's Cake Flour- Cook Book Free-BOX 27c BAKER'S COCOA 1/2 LB. CAN 21 c Blast Ends ft»s Well Blaze, OKLAHOMA CITY, March 14.--An explosion of 34 quarts ot gelatin- i dynamite, which rocked buildings a mile awaj, snuffed out the flaming No. 5 Klu'.er gas well here late last nigrht. Tho Maze was the biggest gas burner In the history of the Midcoa- POTATOES Medium Size 35c peck $1.35 Bushel Sweet Florida ORANGES 59c peck BANANAS 25c doz. GRAPE FRUIT 4 for 25c ONIONS 7 Ibs. 25c Connellsville Produce Market FREE DELIVERY ' 172 West Crawford Are. Phone 1053. Look! Real Bargains! Kelly-Springfield TRUCK and BUS TIRES Buy Your Truck and Bus Tires Nowt You'll save money. We have a limited supply of the follow- 2 Boxes CALUMET BAKING POWDER POUND CAN 29c Rubber Doll Free! Recipe Book Free! Log Cabin SYRUP, 57c Value 49c GRAPE NUTS 2 Packages 33c ng szes: These Are Cash Prices: 30x5 Truck, 8 ply $17.95 34x5 Truck, 8 ply $19.45 32x6 Truck, 8 ply $20.95 32x6 Truck, 10 ply $27.25 36x6 Truck, 10 ply $29.25 34x7 Truck, 10 ply $35.95 Auto Service Co. We Recharge Batteries 305 West Crawford Ave. Phoi LA FRANCE FLAKES Makes Washing Easy 3 Packages 2Sc 6 Pkgs. 48c POSTUM CEREAL 15c Size 2 Packages 23c BAKER'S COCOANUT 2 Packages 25c POST TOASTIEg, 3 Packages 23c COFFEE, Try Our Special, Ib. 25c TUNA FISH Light Meat, can .23c SARDINES In Oil--4 cane 25c RICE Fancy Head 3 Lbs. 23c NAVY BEANS Michigan 3 Lbs. 25c / MILK Tall Cans 3Cans25c Apples--Cook, Eat, 4 Ibs 25c i Lettuce--Large Head 7c HAMS Armours Star Skinned Pound 27c

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