The Morning Herald from Uniontown, Pennsylvania on July 30, 1936 · Page 2
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THURSDAY. JULY 30, 1936 PAGE TWO THE MORNING HERALD, UNIONTOWN, PA. TO OPEN NEW MINE ENTRANCE AT OLIVER i Youthful Storm Victim to B. of R. T. Arrangements (or th meeting were completed at the re-ulur meeting of (he auxiliary laat Wednesday evenlna; at the ft, A O. Y. M. O. A. Each member is aeked to hrlna; a baaket for & Dlcnlo supper at 5:30 o'clock. Friends of the members are alio eiienrted a cordial Invitation. At the meeting laat Wednesday evening, Mrs. Unnla McKlrck and Mrs. Delia lleighley, who were ill, were reported to lm Improved. Covers were rilHcert for ten guest a at a noon dinner Sunday at the home or Mr and Mra. I', p. Santinl. Wills Road-, honoring their Bon-ln-law and daughter, Mr. an. I Mra. Oenrfsa Beta, whoso marriage was an event of July IS. Gladioli In ahadea ot pick were ud for the center. piece. On Wednesday evening 3( of their rrlenda fathered at their newly fur-niehed apartment in South Conaells-Tllle and tendered thorn a miscellaneous ehower. Mrs. Beta wai Miss Besale Rsntlnl before her marriaee. An outdoor meeting en Angnet 31 at Mount Vernon Park will take the place of the monthly business and social meeting of the Christian Culture Claaa of United PreshyteTlan church. Announcement, was made of the event last Friday evening when IS members of tho class were entertained at the home of Mrs. Clyde Lowrey In Chest nut atreet. Impressive devotlonals led by Mra. Hem? Prlchett opened 1h maetlng and her theme "Patriot-Ism and Justice" was beautifully filven. The buslneaa meeting was conducted by Mra. Cart Delghley, vice-president. During the social hour, Mrs. Lowrey and her aides, MUs Nellie Bvana, Mra. Henry Prtehett. Mrs. John "White aud Mrs, Julm Lnwrey, served dainty refreabmanta Mlssea Virginia and Irmadel Hasser of WHklusburg, were weekend guest. of Mr. Rnd Mi's. R. M. llberger of East Cedar avenue, Mrs. H B. Heath and son, John of Falrehance, were heie Katurday tn visit Mrs. Amanda Smiley Freed, who celebrated her (Ind birthday. Dosplle her advancod age Mrs. Freed enjoys excellent health, Id NOW I ORIN COCKTAILS r3 RICHWOOD MAN KILLED WCHWOOD, W. Va., July 2S. Fatally hilured when his car Eld swiped another machine and plunged over a rrfl foot embankment, Alex L. JohD-aon. t7, of Rlchvood, died a few houra later in the MrClung Mnspltal here. Physicians said ho suffered a compound fracture of Ihe Kkutl. The ar-cldent happened on Cmppcrneck moiuilaln near Ci;itln, when his car brushed against an automobile operated by Curry McCln'iig, who escaped injury. BELLANS FOR INDIGESTION I Althoufth the nM Oliver mines are flooded and may possibly never be available for work I riff aifsln, a new operation, 10 lie known hh Oliver No Four, has just been starred hy Wei man and Ward, l'littbiindi brokers and operators who have a lease on the coal. Rprrutlv the torn rrn puiTlillBDd acres or surface , mil rrora the W. fiiow heirs ami F.r prciiarliifr, t rs em-l A tipple and renou liberations of Ihe. Because It Is o IrregiH is said to have the 1-niKes ot any of the United Si length Is eatlninteil at i 3,000 miles. ennl ' i :v.f.: ?. ;rn..o one nine,, below the No- Compromise Yough Bank Assessments day J ..nlr-.es i half interea rhr TJumbauld slunim; ihe drrrrn. The compromise, approved by thi 01il pt roll e i :T ll;t currency, wer. presented lo the court hy Atlnrne; J. Ksi'' SliciTiird In behalf of ltr cMfer George Smlln. The bank sells a the Rainbow Linpj rr"I Ina of three parcels of 1 M. Sione and Charles U Work for 11.760- Compromise set tlen. mi will, ilfrt holders were affected on the following bnsls: Mra. Angelina t'orradn. ilwi tor 1.0tH; Mary W, Hopkins. (SO tor ifoo- s. n. noidsmnb. una for fsco: Alept H Hnori. flM Tor S4IW: Helen M. Xrrornitrk ! 25 .-r 1950 ; l? sac Jack-eon JiOH for 60H; Kay UBllariU, (100 fnr'jl.000; Hary Anlie Core estate (5,00 tor 13,100; B. ( Hlgbee. for 1,700; Joseph T. Hnby, 2"0 lor $1,000. "417"HitisUsedto Buy $3,000 Home t;pf1 K. Of Rturjfi Conn ells ville At llic last conducted last Brethren ehurc of JohnEtown. i eiipnrlutendent. named delepaie In Johnstown 1 .van named motei-ence. C. M. Sione a to the annual eonrei-k Avenue U. B. church n September. His al-K. Huev. Re elected vo years were S. K. at T. Whlpkey. Ira D vas selected at Chambersburg Hur-y n: Younkli neit May. Horn at the, home parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace TMrney of Dunbar, Friday. July 10, the stork delivered eiBht-pounrt snn to 1 and Mrs. Donald Grim- This Ik th first child. Mrs Grim was the torn (Irace Turney before her marriage On. Saturday. July 11, the sli Mopped off (n Dunbar lonn enough .lour. ot Rtitifucttn In he: -, Grace Urooks he room !lime on llio I'lttslillrKll road neai the Falrrrrouii l schoolhouse, and l:ei'Hiise llm hod a penietnnl faitti thai Toituiie would some day uei-mi lilm 10 basli In the auiiliBht If he For over a year the Benlal elevator jnim In the cumvLy tildtnE hnn con Biatently placed his faith In the number -417". Recently II hit. And remembering bis bitter years of advers- Hy. smiK'Unw nillllyljl ;'0 bolple Hnx lie i Jimmy ihu (iniij hHii by Compiling County School Records he brouJtht up to date hy four per-Cmii n-fibined to the work a a V1JA project. I.vell T.. iHlllennore. iIUtTtCt director for the Wnrkh ringresa Ad nlliilstratloll, said Wednesday. These perHonF-. alir-ndy eTpcilenced 111 thin line of work, will he ir.r?i)lially directed by Jame Rohinscui, uusicr-Inteudeni of sehooU In the county. Tlie proJw:t, under the omei'i and pio-feaslolial division of WPA, i Hlnll-ed yeKteiday ami nil tke about sit aclil illng bae or llllp work said, Is the rcBturailon ol v-hu-h rip incomplete rrta will be tianscrlhnrt iclal records at Harrisbure re the school authorities n pant school acilvlllei ty. which have heretoro hie only upon anplii-atlon Duuai'trueui o Public Id I'or.v Fi -.: a. four yrars n'.l. r,i treated at Hie CoiinellHvine Stale Hoj-pliiil :ant rrhlay for n wound on his rlftlt arm. raliseil wnn nr i oivter by a strange cat. The ytllinKStcr went to the chicken ennp, where the ce.t was having a (east on nue ot the chickens when he vias attarked. An enrollment of 76 youngsters rrom five chliictiea tn the City, mark nil the opening- week of Hie bnninier Bible School at the first Unltei! Brethren church Monday mornine. Arcs of the pupils raune Tioni 6 to IS years,. 't'eacliera ho are asalstlll,1 Willi the wnrk IncluMe Misa Jean Hoover, Mrs. l.eroy ullbams. Mrs. f. A. rseiir.lti. Mra. Eugene ahupe, Mis riper. Mrs. S. 1j. Flelrher. Mrs J. colli n.H, MIh.- Vcr.lella Curtis, Hogci (loisuch. Miss Jean Osterwiae am Mm. V. U Upe. The seHilons will continue for twi weeks, open Ins In the mornintf at 5 o'clock, with a ivorshlp period and Keneral assembly. During the hour from n to 11 -AO lliero are fIi period each group taking part slonn, play, liandlwoi work. A delightful program that comhln. devotional services with (ellowshlv was enjoyed hr the Senior Intrnju-di ate Chrllllian Kiideavor Socloty i United llretliren tlluicn at tne anuu: outilnor rneeiliiK tn ShaM-'a drove i 'lanyard Hollow latt I'Yiday evenln Twenly-fonr atlea.lcd. Tho devotio a!.- wero eoinlucieil by Miaa Jean (J tenvlse and Miss Marian PhllUne. ami mar.dniinllow renal lK retriBlninK cvcnliiif hours wli IIjb nt the close, au unuBiially largo aitendum , r rn.-ri-.fprr ,.!.'.-., I. the Br cr r z:. fill clasa or Hie l-:vnngellca South Connellf.viU.? ealherBil at tho home of MIi-h Pearl King for the July bualneps and serial meeting. Ing Mls King with lhe entertaining was Mies Artie Ijiwinan. Devotloi and business were txth iDnilutited by Miss Catherine Klmltl, claas president. The iiroKiain rlilrhu: ihe social part ot ihe nieieting re a .ranged by Mrs 1UL1. TOURISTS July Trsrel nlglit re ROB U. t NRX1CO CITY. ers arriving in Meil ported 10 bandits si iield up and robharl neven aui. of United RiBien ioiii-IbIs Ifi mi ef T'axco, Ouerrero. xmenlsy f-;flt;e Jr,':; l.lerl r intci-eallng ga: The elan If pi nf h chicken din it men. bin - on Krlday night A rominlliee Including .Ml.si lley, Mrn. Tied KoSaoon anr innt Helms. Is arranging 1 h i Itcfreahmenti concluded tin i meeting. Time and placi August meeting Is to be sn An outdoor meeting Grove Bl 11111 Cri.-ai Is bi for Wednesday, July 2S of the Lee Rita Lodge, ; MONTH END ALGOL' CROQUJfJNOLF. A Bttter Wavs at a Budget Price si 00 ELITE BEAUTY SALON Cor. Main St. and Heeson JJlvri, CKer Saliy's Drem Shop lftHie 9nj.r) ! at Miner's I lag Brranged 1 CHOQUICiNOI.E :$40J Look at This Unbleached MUSLIN (m Large Assortment CURTAIN NETS Printed Sheer Wash Frocks forJ A feature Price! They're flattering, slenderizing and extremely wearable. Easy to launder and practical for every day wear around the house. You'll want several at this low price! Made of good quality lawn in smart summery prints. Trimmed with crisp organdy ruffles or tailored contrasting bindings. In sizes 14 to 44. TABLE Children's Sweaters, Ladies' SkirtH, Laities' Blouses TABLE Ladies' Sweaters and Culottes Close Out Ringless Silk HOSE 66 Chiffon or Service Formerly 98c ami 79e Rnnge Men's Covert WorkPants Sanforized Shrunk Sizes 30 to 42 work Shirts Sanforized Shrunk OVERALLS deaiai! Saa Men'n Oxhide OVERALLS Iim 14 to W Rayon Talfela SLIPS 34c Bias cut to fit. Laeo trimmed or tailored. Sizes 34 to 44. DRESS PRINTS For Smr1 8c Out They Go! Ladies' Summer SHOES Pumps, Straps, Oxfords, Sandals S.Z5 All Remnants Drastically Reduced RARE VALUES! Ladies' Rayon Panties Novelty Fabric Here's your chance lo slock up and save plenty 1 Short little briefs, and wide leg panties. Easy lo launder. Regular sizes. Full Bed Size BLANKET 49c An oulsUndiiitf buy in a plaid sheet blanket, Close Out, Ladies' asc hats" so I Mill Ends Honors I I Bleached Muslin X Vyfj I Men's Dress Nucrart non-wilt or reKiilar c atylnl Fliat class workman 111 every lespect! Close Out! Wash Suits 3.88 Men, It will poy you to taki advantage of this opportimity to purchase a good suit for so low a price 1 N N 0-62 W. Main St. UNIONTOWN'S BUSIEST STORE Union town. Pa. ttk u WJUieat Amelauatai

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