The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 17, 1930 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, March 17, 1930
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MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1930 JOAlijt Ot/UJntiliirv, ! A. ifAGEJ Fabrics, Colors in Wide Variety Jacket Suit First Choice Among Street Costumes for Spring. With the stores full of sncb a wide variety of materials, slUtH, cottons, Hntoa, woo)«ns and rayons, In such a wide vafctety of colors nnd weaves, there is no reason why we should not alt wear material* suitable to the occasion daring the spring and summer. The Urn* has gone, notes a fashion writer ID the Boston Hwald, when a woman may feel Justified la wearing :r«SM do chine for all occii'ilona. And certainly there la no advantage ia «c- cludtog evarytbiug but »ll!r materials from one'g wardrobe. There are ocea- along «ren In warm weathw when the new flne woolens are more appropriate than any tort of silk, times when cot- toa or linen are more suitable than either woolen or silk. N«Y8r slce th9 art "of weaving was flrtt invented ha* there bem suqb a wide variety o* materials for women to cboofie from--and nevw hat. there been such a wide range of lovely colors. Merely to see this wealth of lovely fabrics as they are shown now In the department stores ta enough to mak» one take a renewed Interest la clothe*. There are soft-toned, lightweight Jerseys striped wash silks, dotted Swisses, cotton piques, woo! georgette almost as aoppto as sl'fc, figured silks, figured and ploia chiffon*, nets, faces, embroidered cottons, pi toted Itnens, laces, tweeds, twilled woolens, shau- tnngs printed and plain--and dJ-sena ot new materials called hy names that ora as yet strange to our ears. The Jacket suit established Its claim at the southern resorts for first choice among street costumes for spring You may select a suit of the two or three- piece sort--jacket and skirt, or jacfcet, Printed Cotton Net Designed for $prlng and Summer Wear. blouse and skirt Most ot the new tlnee-piece ensembles consist of separate blouse anil skirt instead of 11 sk:rt mounted on n slip top with an ovorblouge to go with It. The separate skirt has the advantage that It nicy be worn with either n tuck In blouse or nn over blotuu* Tl'p r e t u r n of the Jacket suit ha* brought bntk Into favor n number of suiting material* that hau« been llffle user] of Ints eurs. Tweed no longer lelgns supreme--though to tweed In Its wide variety of weaves and colors should he given the credit for renewed inerest la all woolen materials. Now we have serges and n variety of twilled materials that lend themselves hotter to the smartly tailored suit than the more loosely woven tweeds. While the Jacket suit of wool will occupy our first attention, there Is e«*ry reason to believe that the Interest In this type of costnme will be prolonged through warmer months by raeaas of the Ugh? siut made of silk or linen. Of ali ailks shantung and tlmilar rough alth-s moet the require ments of the JtuUot suit beat nnd pique divides honors with uncru'shable linens and Uaen-Itke cotton mnterials. Bright Colon; Offered for Milady'* Spring Dud* Green tones a r a a promising fash- Ion on the spring color chart. Heart of lettuce, sponsored In Paris recently, is much to the fore, while lemon Is adaptable foi coats as well us dresses and accessory colors. More colorful greens, such aa bright Jade, v«IH be worn for sports. Mellow pink nnd rose pink offer novelty shades. A new beige with a pink cast Is chirinlng lor combination with pure beige tones, pale tans nnd soft browns. Chocolate brown also makes, effective harmony with the same colors. A bright royal blue ranks high with fashion authorities, although there ore many shades In this color, particularly smart for the new season. Paris has sponsored six lavender blues which vary In Intensity. Turquoise has lost nom« of Its chic. For the conservatives, in the j«?llow group there Is u lovely pew honey shade. ID COLLEGE IS SAVED LINCOLN SCHOLARSHIP IFUH Finance* Stud«nt« Unable to Pey Tuition Because of Local Bull ne«« Condition*. Tfew York--Th« Lincoln Scho! irshlp fund in its first yeai of operation, by arranging for the financing of IU students, the entire enrollment ot a 48- year old college in the South, fared the student; lives Of these younn men nnd women and enabled the -ollege to k«*ep open lls doora. This was announced by J B. Vandever, president of the Lincoln Scholarship fund, 1 East Forty-second street, at Its annual meeting. "Business and bank failures In the home state of this college brought nbout Conditions several months ago that made It Impossible for the students their to pay their tuitions and fees," said Mr. Vandever. "This flne old institution wan about to close Its door* when the matter was brought to our attention. If our tUnd never do«a anything else, thir opportunity to take care of a serious situation justifies our existence " During the year, various student lonn organizations advanced approximately $6,000,000 to young men and women seeking an education, it was reported at the meeting. Students throughout the country earned an additional $83,000,000 to pay their collate oil' 4 , nearly six times' the amount of loans. The fund estimate* that the field In which It Is engaged is in nead of 1100,000,000 annually. In addition to the 531 students financed as a group tha Lincoln Scholarship fund wai able to assist 286 students in practice Uy every state. "Ages of applicants rvnge from sixteen to forty-five years, with the greatest percentage between twenty- one and twenty-five," said Mr. Vanderer. "They Include every race, folor nad creed, and the amounts nee led range from $25 to $6,000, the inttt r amount being needed by a professor working for a Ph D. degree no that h« might accept the presidency of tlie college in which he has bflen teaching. The vocational aims ot these applicants cover 23 different fields, with the six leading being, in the ordur named, teaching, medicine, bueinew, law, dentistry and engineering." A communication from S^retary of the Interior Ray Lyman Wilbur, reelected as honorary president of the fund, read. "The Lincoln .Scholarship fund Is such an Important piece of work that I want to be sura that it Is done on the broadest possible I'nes " Spend $15,000,000 to Banish Unsafe Vehicles New York.--Flftewi million dollar* will be spent by the automobile industry In 1930 in ronwtng nnsafe cars from the highway, sccordlng to the details ot a program endorsed by the directors of the National Automobile Chamber of Commerc . Believing that the size of the acrid-nt situation warrants strong measui es for its cure, the motor companies wH! scrap 400,000 old automobiles In 1080, In addition tn the normal qcrnpping which is constantly going on. This highway safety p an proposes that the manufacturers provide a fund to remove per ma tentty those cnrs that menace the sa ety of other highway users. "This widespread MT arlm,ent will strike, right at the heart of the unsafe vehicle problem by eliminating a huge block of those car's which are in the poorest condition " said Alvnn Macatfley, president of the chamber, and former chairman ot 'ts sheet traffic committee, In comm ntlng on the program "The rattle-trap car is only one factor In the accident dlffl ulty," continued Mr. Macaaley. "Un iafe, incompe tent nnd reckless drive i, an well ni reckless pedestrians, i ius» a large proportion of the acftOenti Blind curves nnd other hlgfnv y defects are also to blame." At the Theatres The Paramount AHca White who played baby-faced Jtappeia fco wlnnin^ly as to achieve starrtom on the flrreoti, turn* into a iong-blrd foi her latest role as Si«ba in "Playing Around," the. First National and Vitaphone picture showing at the- Paramount theatre Alice forgets the dramatic intensity of net part--that of a girl in lore with a man she loei not know to be a gazigetei--for a few scene* while she blngs two numbers They are 'You Learn About Love Every Day," and "Playing Around " Her singing has helped popularize these numbers, which are on the load to wido success. They were composed by Sam H. Stept and Bud Green The acticsa sang in "Tha Girl From Woolworth'u," but in her present pic- tare her voice ha« reached greater development and she surprises her fane With a clear soprano She DBS be«n studying and training her vocal cords nlnce talhi«« came in two y-uare ago. The former sciipt girl and sten- ograpner fooled Hollywood wh«n «h« proved she wa« a. good actrewi Now sb/e fools them ngaln by displaying a flne voice, whiUi is said to "be in keeping with hor peppy, sexy roles. Cheater Morrl« Is the gangster, in n -very like hie flnst b!g screen pat in "Alibi" William Bakewell Is a durg store soda-jeker and Richard Carlyle is Miss White's father. Others in the fast are Marlon Byron, Maurice Black. Lionel Belraore and Shep Camp There are many specialty dance number* In the huge Pirate's Den Night Club sequence. The Orpheum People TV ho eee "Condemned 1 " the new Roland Coltaan starring picture which is on the bcraen. at the {Op pheum Theatre eau hav» no doubt d* to the literal truth of^ tha hCenos and Jncl- d4nt« diaplayed OH the screen 'I his picture 1 of the life among the 1011- virted, sejitffuced to teime in the famous French penal colony of Devil's Island off the coast o£ South Ameilra has been authontlcated in sve-ry way known to man during production Rolaud Coimau's role, that o£ the daehing, dobonalr young thief who falls ia'love with 1;b,e. warden's mistreated wile, la taken frmi life Thle character formed the centrnl Qg-uie of Mrs. Biair fflles' book, "Condomm-cl to Bevil'« Island*'' from which "CoV domned'" was adapted The original of this charactei is living now In hie cell on Derll'fl iJlftrKl, and Mrs Nile* baa h,ad loiters trom liim twice ?ince her six month** visit ot inspection two yeajre ago, the first ever allowed by tlj.o v F$encli government to any writer One tri tlve two conylcta who ever from. Devil's Jeland, Hio no- ddle' Oaerrfn, had a hand in th« detHlls of tlSe »cr«ehlug of "Condemned!" through a etrange coincidence Which P«t one or his beet friends Jtt the cast of tho picture an one of the mob o£ criminals iu the jail eoenes Guerin himself ia, of course, well out of the way, but MR reminiscences, detailed through hla tii«-nl by letter, gave the director ot the picture, "Wesley RUggles, a Yalujrle ch«ek on matters which Mr« Nilss could not supply. Fertilizing Practice of Lawn Golf clubs have brought a -welcome gift to garden makers in acientiflc In foimation on ''awn growing, which has been developed by an. organization ot greens committees in cooperation with the United States Department ot Agriculture Law iia need fertilization much ott- tnei than Is the usual practice atid they need al elements of plant tood in liberal quantities But there Is one element, which tbo need mor« than others--that is nitrogen Nitrogen stimulates leaf giowth and giaao is all Uaveg It has been learned by experience, however, a l a w n wnicli ia f«d nitrogen alone becomes rank and soft and is an tvisy prey to fungous disease When a balanced fertilizer containing phosphorus and potash aa well a» nitrogen is fed, healthier growth results. And 'it in a general rule in fertilization that where a balanced ration ia used, more fertilizer can. be applied with good effect. An unbalanced diet ;?tvea plants indicestlon. White Bridge League Asks Cuf in Educational Film TAX Geneva--The Lpagi a of Natlona has just decided to undertake launching of an International bnvention suppressing all customs d itiea on educational 111 ma The decision Is one of the first ones affecting' the world-w^ldu raovle market which has boen taken by the league's new International Educational Cinematographic Institute (it Rome. The object of the muv« 1« based upon two Ideas; first that educational fltrus should be given ibe greatest distribution possible, nnti, secondly, that as they are never inon'iy muklng propositions, governments should give the greatest facilities possible for their distribution by eupp easing all customs charges. Each state signing the convention will always have the light to exercise its regular censorship over any sucb films. Eikimo for Airplane , Alaska.--Eskimos here watch- Ing the activity at the airport have coined a new name for the airplane. They have combined their names for the sky and boat Into a wlngle one for the plane, or ^lolbk-aoyak, tho first syllable niennln-; sky, and anyak, skla canoe. 104, Take* Up Golf Los Angeles--Golf has claimed aa Us latest victim, Gnlusha Cole, 104 years old, who recently donned knickers and drove the I ttle white ball all over a Pnsadvua course. ff you have something to tell and are in a big hurry to sell it, let the ci?j sifted ad* vertismg department of The Courier prove its ability as a speedy and efficient talcs medium. WHITE BRIDGE, March 35--Miss Blanch Stfchle bo« ratu/ned home from a visit wKi her eister, Mr» Mll- dred Broww ot Acm#. Mrs. A. Ij. Pnsk« Ie still on tho nick l!«t Mr and Mrs. August Zelmor* and 'family of SmlthfieW w«r« vi«itlng In thlH vicinity last Monday. Mr ana Mrs John dieenawaU ot. Abcia weie visiting hero on Sunday with Mi and Mre A L. Paske Hevival net vices are still in pi ogreflg at Paradise- Church A. L. Fenton of Pleasant Unity Was n busine*h callor here on Wednesday. Mrs F J Gradler ot Wheeling, W Va, visited liore a tew daya laat we«k with hei f,on-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr* William Zelmor*. The faimers harabout are busy at their spring plowing William Zelmore waa a Uaiontown caller Friday Temporary An Influential Frenchman was aiked to get a young fellow a govenunwt job. After some effort he reported that the government had no Jobs "Bnt can't you get him something temporary?" -I might get him In the cabinet." So lawn« irhould^ be jrlren a ba! anred fertiliEer ot tbu uiodern quickh soluble* mineral type at leant once year, aud thoy «hould bo g ven oc casloiial apptlcaUona at ^.ttrogftn h addition. ·Mia- TJ S Dtlparlment at Aprlcul ture recoatroeads RK tlia medium fo applying- this nitrogen th« use i ' Hulphatsv ot ammonia, i'he reason fc this rccoijimeiidatioii \» that orper - piue has shovvn t b a t suiphat* ·{ an - monia regularly uted cMeroarag* » wiwii* After threes y«ars' HSC of t on jolf fairway*, dandelions hai b«»tt known to disappear Th» auai - tity ot surpTwt** ot animonta to use s a total of 25 poandi per 1,0'H) squ* e f**t, anl (hie. «bouId he applied n live doaea througli t h e year It U be tt to dissolve it in watw and sprinfc e the lawn with the solution Stph n pumps can be o^tatnad waich ·» 11 mix the *olutton with thf* water wb) h is used to irrigate tha lawn sad U is is th« idcnl mpthod. Summit SU1V3MIT, J\iarch 17-- John RHt m- borg and Charles HudocJt of Sm ick were callingr here on Thurwlay « r«- ning Mm, "Wade Hensel and ton md Teddy Kelly of near 1/efewarlag; » am gue«ts Thursday ot Mrs. Jax»b 1 ar- tOTft Mr. and Mrs Harvey Barnhar of Connellevillft visited the former'e iar- euts, Mr and RIra John Barnhart on Thursday, M(«j Elizabeth Matthew i ia vis her aunt, Mrs Com modern Utie rht»shl«d Ads. U small. Rasa its are b4 . PLANT Leonard'*, Bulk Sweet Pea Seed March 17th to have beautiful Sweet Pea Bo- All This Summer. Loucks Hardware Co. Ererythlng lor the Garden. l Correct time Don't take a cliance when the clock stops. Ask the telephone operator for the right time. Friendlij Loan. WILL RAYALti YOUR BILLis:v V OU tan tafae care of all creditor* 1 boy the things you need and em) y ur worries -- all in one ronvcnicul m eratlon. Simply arrange (or needed m ney through our friemlly loan inn w rvlee. We make prompt, worry ft « loaas on tbe borrower's personal * eurity. We require no endorser!*, ir ab« IM embamtdiring investigations. UP TO Note our easy repament scliedule f hich INCLUDES lawful interest, 5,28 monthly repays $ 75. ta«a ! 8.80 monthly repoys $135. lo«n S21.13 monthly refwys $300. loan Invwtlgfj^c our friendly, courteous, c oick ' service which extends over 3 ) yearn hi Greenaburg. Phoae 1-3-1-3 Ueensed by the State Open 8 to 6:30-- Saturday 9 to « UNION LOAN CO. Room 204-- -Second Floor First National Banh Bide GREENSBURG, PA. Pearl White Paramount Tomorrcw- w All Tdlking HJH "HliHl Alice Wliil and Chester Morris ar d a great cast By HUE. LI8BETII f* RAOOATED, an«ven hcmilne* v-» »t1ll dlstlngnilsh ·venlnv frock*; however daytime modeta have *van«d thair llnea Tbl* even la* model ot ·atlo In a pearl whit* (Bad* HlustratM tb« point The hem te ankle length in front, araduftiinv to trailing- fourth. In tht bach, Tbe busUa *ff«ct ot the «wh which loop* at tbe back, and the accMiao- ri«a of jtwelry aad loot whlta store*, add to th« charm of thic ·imply deaicned evening; dree*. Amos A Andy 7 O'clock D1rec*d by MBFVTN H«r l«gs won h«r a loving cap. Her pep won. her a man. Her deviltry wins her a ten of trouble. (Tome and see and bear how she wins, her way out of It. She's better than ever before. Vltaphone Act and Talking News Bee!; Also a Talking Comedy ' Admiosion--Matinee iOr and 35c; Night 15c and 30e ^»««'»o»r»jr»***********'"***^**»*^*****»** **»***»******»»****«' Thnrsday, Friday and Saturday Edward Everett Horton in "The Sap" Open Monday, Wednesday and ttaturtiay OMET! ; 10^ North Pittstmrt? 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