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Somerset Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1930, Somerset, Pennsylvania Pave two Somer i sral Somerset pa., monday november 24, 1930 if triv a happenings in society the society editor of the daily Herald will Oppre Date Calls from All folks Iii Somerset City or county a who Mav be entertaining House guests giving a r party or who know of any person or persons making out of town visits. The Herald office telephones arc Economy 164, and county 164. I weekly since. Somerset a Colony is increasing a with the arrival of every train from the North seven registering durin the week at the chamber of i Commerce while reservations Foi i twice that number have been received at local hotels and apart _ rent houses due Here Bel Ore the by John Lodwick ir5t of year St. Petersburg. Pin nov 23 miss clan m Spangler. Welt special with thanksgiving just vain St. Has reopened her win around the Corner thousands Oler Homo at Soo Grove St North Northern tourists will observe that with her is mrs arrive in Sunshine City East Patriot St. Motored from Somerset for their sixth season and ire guests at the Royal Palm hotel. Cau skids Driver so i Persci t fingers mrs. Miller 4men, woman Assassin. Plans return confess to a fires upon Bank Holdup flight North kinship when he found he had a mortal Hurt he went to the crab Apple tree and fell on a perverse knee. You and i the said Are of a kind you la understand whats in my mind he leaned on the tree your apples Are red when they re Ripe Xuy be dead. crush your fruit and make wine will they remember words of mine it takes tart and Sweet to make Good wine. Charles Oluf Olsen Comrade Blough visits Squire Miller. Stoystown Squire William h. Miller of Stoystown had the great pleasure of entertaining his old Comrade Michael Slough of Johnstown recently. The two served in the civil War together slept in the same bed drank from Teh same canteen following Lee irom Petersburg to Appomattox. They spent an enjoyable afternoon recounting the events in which they participated. Comrade Blough is 80. But Spry As Many men 20 years his Junior. Suede sports jacket Hli miss Betty Smith party hostess miss Betty Smith of the earner hotel proved a charming hostess saturday afternoon when she entertained 21 of her Young Friend at a thanksgiving party. The afternoon was spent in playing different juvenile games with refreshments served at the conclusion. The names of the guests Are As follows Natalie Brant Josephine Lupieri Margaret Welsh Mary Alice Griffith Peggy and Ruth Reiley Anna Mac Walker Betty Ross. Mary Louise Van Zandt Dor Thea Wolf Rath Josephine Stahl. Mary Livengood Dorothy Schmucker Marian Elcher Emily Mac Brant Minerva and Devinna Schenck Jean Welsh Margaret Good Louise Bowman and Emily Smith. Holiday for the first time in Sun i by St. Petersburg representing i virtually every state in the Unior and every Canadian province tourist travel into this resort a. I never heavier for a comparative period in any proceeding year. Thrush getting under Way immediately after labor Day and inc reason d h. Comstock. Of West Somerset who is on Oyln it first visit in the Sunshine Cit or. And mrs. Charles i. Shaw and miss Bessie n. Shaver North Tenter ave arrived to rail re entry and have taken an apart a Lent at 600 4 Grove St. North until Spring or. An i mrs. H. I. Marsden a roadster driven by Stanley Baikal Rankin Allegheny county and occupied by two hitch hikers skidded in rounding the Sharp curve at the intersection of route 3 with the Lincoln Highway in Robstown Friday night at 9 00 the Driver of the car suffered to severely Cut fingers while the Litch hikers escaped injury Nan was Given medical treatment Gay a Stoystown physician. Investigation into the cause of he a incident is being made by the Somerset troopers. I new Orleans nov. 23 it it a Roosevelt Field. N. V nov. Contmflon5 a it four men 23�? a a Ruth Nichols aviatrix. ,. Landed Here today after flying the in Ltd a we na1 mused of to Keg 180 Miles from Middletown pa., in$7,500 from a Branch Bonk in a exactly one hour. 8he said she was daring raid were in Possession of forced to land at Middletown be to Likht cause of heavy fog after she Hopp 1,01100 a cd off yesterday from Mann a Choi three policemen and a citizen be near Bedford. A. She was met meanwhile were reported recover the at the Field by Clarence chamber ing from Bullet wounds received in tin. Trans Atlantic flier and by his a gun Bat tue that followed upon Mother. The robbery. A representative of miss Nich four men Austin Hart. Georgc of said she was planning a Long of Day Donald Ryan. And Otto distance flight but refused to give Jacobs and a woman Edna Hart. Details. By adm Kobb Webster q 1930, Central in Mcaa aaa of Atlon. Of. A love Story author Quot dads girl Quot Etc. A put return address on Christmas mail the following bulletin issued from the office of the first assistant postmaster general Washington d. C. Under Date of nov. Believed to be the wife of Austin Hart have made full confession tre Holdup police said. Increased retail sales decreased production Washington nov. 23 a increased sales by department Jen. Mulcahy Dublin Irish free state nov. 23�? pm an apparent attempt to assassinate general Richard Mulcahy. Minister of local government and Public health occurred Here tonight. The general escaped injury but one of his guards was wounded. It was understood that general Mulcahy and some friends were about to enter the residence of professor Hayes speaker of the Dali Eireann. When shots were fired. General Mulcahy a guard returned the fire and men were seen dashing away. Initial appearance of methodist Junior choir at the morning service in the j methodist episcopal Church sunday the newly organized Junior choir made its initial appearance. As the regular choir came in to the choir loft singing the processional hymn Quot holy holy holy Quot eight Little girls marched from the rear of the Church singing in unison with them. Following the opening of the service the Junior choir rendered an Anthem which considering the Short time they have been practising was most creditable. Or. Truxal preaches at Johnstown Church St. John s reformed Church of Johnstown yesterday observed the 60th anniversary of its founding in that City. The Rev. Or. A. E. Truxal of Somerset preached the anniversary Sermon. The Chancel was decorated with a number of bouquets of Beautiful Flowers the Rev. J. Harvey Mickley has 1 of Pittsburgh try Hime. L1bbe1 if what More useful article of wearing apparel can Tho Colley girl have in her wardrobe than the leather jacket this la a gentle hint for Tho father brother or boy Friend its the Christmas season approaches. Miss Frieda Pekarsky. Coed of new York University exhibited this Model which is of Green suede single breasted. With St ups and buckles at Tust and Collar. Personals John h. Speicht of Buffalo n y., who spent the past week in Somerset As the go Cut of his Mother mrs. Elizabeth Sci Char of the Van near Annex departed Friday afternoon for Home. Mis Bertha Davis of West main Street departed Friday for Pittsburgh where she will attend the passion play at Syria mosque and remain Over thanksgiving with relatives. Mrs Florence Jones of Johnstown is spending the wee end with her Orother in Law and sister or. And mrs. J. Ralph Kantner on East clarified Street. D l. Miller Well known Confluence banker called on Somerset friends Friday Ai Tern con. Or. Miller reported that his ail who wag recently discharged Horn a Cumber la id md., Hospital is recuperating nicely at Hie Home of their daughter in Waynesboro and will return to Confluence in the course i of a few Days. I mrs. Luella Yoder Friedens who underwent a recent operation at memorial Hospital Johnstown i a returned Home wednesday or. And mrs. Edward b. Scull came to Somerset in 18, 1930 should to of interest to stores during october with de everyone who uses the mails. Creased Industrial production a Quot in january every year the decline in factory employment and Drad Lett or service receives Between a further downward movement in three and four million dead letters wholesale commodity prices were containing Christmas and new reported today by the Federal re your cards in addition to the nor serve Board in its monthly sum Mal receipts of Ordinary in deliver Mary of business and financial Able letters. A conditions. This is due primarily to incorrect j the value of building contracts thanksgiving service a Community thanksgiving service will be held in the Pike run Church thursday evening november 27, at 7 30 with the Lavans Ville and Bakersville churches also participating. The Rev. M. S. Miller of Lavans Ville will deliver the Sermon. Lads children to safety Greensburg nov. 23 up a awakened by the sound a crack Lin flames mrs. Bessie Miller led her six children to safety just addresses and failure to place re which had grown in september before their Home at Midway was turn addresses on the envelope. Increased further in october the i Enve oped by today. Thousands of these letters Are Board said but by a smaller am found to contain gifts of Money j out than usual. Contracts for but comparatively few contain Public works and utilities increased sufficient information to enable but there was a substantial de their return to the mailers. Crease in contracts for Industrial postmasters Are requested to give building. As much publicity As possible to j the Board said that while the the matter of the advisability of volume of distribution of commod placing return addresses on All Hies by rail showed a decline re mad tall Trade increased considerably i Jnore than the seasonable amount. Or. And mrs. Irvin Knapp and a. Mrs. Sarah Knapp of Glen Rock Livengood Kummel Larson a arrive Home or. And mrs. E. W. Larson arrived at their Home in Somerset saturday night after a motor trip to the Pacific coast. They travelled 8888 Miles and the Only mishap they had was one Blowout. Monongahela Gertrude Rodgers. 24, radio Singer of Monongahela. Fatally Hurt in automobile wreck. Former residents motored to Somerset saturday and spent the week end with friends. Mrs. Sarah Knapp will remain for an indefinite visit. Pittsburgh a Milo Reyner. Erie sentenced to year in Venango county jail for violating Federal parole. Legal notices Peter l. Livengood of Salisbury and mrs. Belle Seeley Kim Moi were recently married at Springfield o. The couple will reside in Salisbury. Ridgway mrs. N. P. Parson Philadelphia a Francis and mrs. Fred Erickson injured Shunk Brown reporter As Quot doing when train strikes horse drawn fairly Well a following operation. Vehicle. Been pastor of this Church since sunday to attend the funeral of 1895 and the Church is in a pros their Cousin miss Mary l. Forward porous condition. A Large Congre 1 which took place sunday after gation was in attendance at this noon. Anniversary service. Or. Mickley and family and or. Truxal were entertained at dinner by attorney and mrs. Tillman k. Tayloy following the service. Or. And mrs. John Rudolph of Moundsville West Virginia were week end guests at the residence of mrs Rudolph smother mrs Louisa Troup of West main Street. Head this first j Oretta Dowling in the Only laugh in. Of one of the biggest merchants in the West. Wise with the Wisdom of the modern girl to whom life is an open Book indulged Vith luxury yet capable poised and sensible. She to about to he presented to society ii a perfect setting for her Golden loveliness by her socially ambitious Mother who has dominated and managed her daughter. The Obj let of their Campaign is Norman Williams son of a wealthy shipbuilder from whom Allan Dowling has just bought a yacht. Joritta will Christen the new ship at a party that evening. Quot Uncle Charley Quot is a second Cousin of Allan a faithful retainer of the household and very fond of j Oretta. Norman arrives at the party Early As do Sally. Ruth and Helen her girl friends. Norman tells Joritta that he got an Engineer for the yacht from their Plant. His name Jim Norton. Mrs. Dowling impresses upon jetty the importance of her marriage to n or Man. Allan Dowling is a vain and pompous Man proud of being self made with a weakness for adventure. The yacht is launched and during the evening Norman proposes to Joritta who accepts him. They decide to Tell their parents at once. A strange Man in White is in the Cabin. Sow of on with Thi Story today a Cross word Puzzle across transit Over or ask a tree Iron ii a with Teuling be vices Llam imitated 12 responsibility ii portion is retain 17 incite 19�?foutical division i Al the u. 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The strange Man turned about and stepped Back beside the table. His first glance was it Norman whom to recognized with a nod and in the Exchange of greetings and movements which followed no one observed the startled Way he looked at Joritta. Except the girl herself. She had stopped suddenly where she stood but so momentarily that no one was aware of her hesitancy and her lips parted in a Little audible gasp. She was not even conscious of Tho sound but a vague sense of unreality of helplessness enveloped her. She seemed to have no voice no will to move Forward. How absurd were her emotions so overwrought with what had just occurred out on the deck queer that it would affect her More strangely now than it had then. Tile impression had passed in an instant it but seemed uncomfortably Long and embarrassing to her. Why Embret Frassino it was All so stupid. By this time the two older men had risen and her father was saying pompously Quot Joritta my dear. Allow 1 me to present the chief Engineer of the Montezuma without whom we i should All be at the mercy of the ele ments. Meet my daughter or. Nor they both bowed rigidly and murmured Correct phrases and Joritta crossed to a divan beside her Mother. Norman spoke a jetty and i have some news for you. If you will excuse us Norton we have a Little family conference and then you May proceed with spark plugs and manifolds to your entire Tho Engineer bowed and left the room instantly. Norman turned to Joretta. A you Tell them she smiled wanly looked at him with a bewildered expression a if Norman startled her. Dowling stepped into the situation,1 magnanimously. A you done to either of you need to say a word. Can to we All see what they re going to Tell us Quot he beamed at his wife and Williams. A you have my Blessing. Congratulations. Norman i knew you a do it a wringing his hand heartily and clapping him on the Hack his Long Black Cigar shifting to the Corner of his wide Mouth ills head thrown Back in Lino with his protruding Abdomen. A is it True jetty you and Normand Quot mrs. Dowling gushed Over her daughter As if she Hadnot thought of such a thing. A yes. We be just decided that we want you to announce it tonight a quietly. Williams clasped her hand tightly in his two big ones. He was not so demonstrative As leveling. A never so pleased Over anything in my life. Jetty. You can keep him in Tow if anyone can. It takes a Little mane vering tug any time to get a big liner into port without mishap. Bless you so it was that the hilarity Wras ceased for a few minutes while Allan Dowling announced Tiro betrothal and revived with increased volume attended by Nitro toasts to Tho pair and their happiness and every future vont anyone could name. Joretta was Radiant starry eyed Norman triumphant and possessive. Joretta liked Tho commotion and attention Sho had created but she evaded being alone with Norman again that night until the Montezuma nos a her Way into the Harbor again and they started on the drive Home. Silo have told anyone Why. A vague sense of panic and helplessness seized Here Well she did no to know when unless it was after they had emerged from that half hour of romantic oblivion and entered the brilliantly lighted Salon. Again she Felt timid and us at Euse with Norman. Perhaps because he dominated her so was so sure of himself and of her. He was five years older and had gone far in five years. Silo would understand him better after a while. If their engagement bad caused a commotion among the guests on the yacht it had created a juror in Tho thoughts of a certain White uni formed Engineer. Jim Norton never knew just How lie escaped from that room when Williams had suavely dismissed him. Dazely lie made his Way to Tho engine room and stood there staring at Tho gleaming shafts and bearings moving rhythmically and smoothly in Oil. Stared at them a and saw a Beautiful Whit face dowlings voice from above startled him Back to reality. A Norton can you come up again a returning to the Salon again Dowling explained jovially Quot that Little interruption of our Parley proved to to a big event. In be launched two ships tonight. Just announced my daughter s engagement to Young Williams. A splendid match. Just what we Veall wanted to happen. Now about what we were discussing a Quot Well lies doing better than his brother All Quot what a that a Dowling demanded sharply removing the Cigar from his Mouth. A Norman Williams has no brother. Only Hoir to tile Williams a ooh my mistake then. Must have him mixed up w it ii another hastily. A it was just inv impression that Tho younger Williams was already Dowling guffawed replaced his Cigar with a w Ide gesture. Quot not vet Norton not yet. But he will be soon. My wife will manage that. That a Why i need this ship to fool around with. She a got the girl to take up her time and i need diversion too. Now How much time were you figuring for that run Down to Ensenada Quot a about fifteen hours average. Planning to go Down there sir a Quot yes often. But what goes on on this ship is nobody a business you understand a he squinted his eyes and commanded Jim a for a full half minute. A of course Quot Norton assented and dismissed the incident at once. More important problems occupied his mind just now and one of them was Joretta Dowling. He saw her again just As they nil left Tho Montezuma when she took Norman Williams Arm Aud started Down Tho gangplank. Ile was passing to the engine room below when Norman stopped him. A everything Okay. Norton we want to keep an Eye on her Tor awhile so report How she act will you a a i w ill. to smoother now Quot he turned to Joretta. A Hope you had a pleasant a ooh marvelous or. Norton did t we sound Happy Quot she laughed his hat was off she noticed the neatly brushed sleek Black hair and tile hands which held his White Linen Cai by its Gold decorated visor lean Strong Brown yet Tho kind of hands which could be so gentle Joretta observed that Norman s hand was a bit shaky when to inserted the key into the lock. And framed in a White fur Collar shining in up. A Quot cd real. Quot before they started it was almost administrators notice estate of Mary Agnes Fuller dec a late of Elk lick township. Somerset county a letters of administration eta1 on the above estate having been granted to tile undersigned ail persons indebted to the said estate Are requested a plaice payment j and those having claims or de 1 mands against the estate to make the same known without delay to j Bertha m. Trent West Salisbury a. By or. And mrs. E. W. Larson wish to announce their return from California i a he Hadnot seen him before. Allan j not seeing what was before them. Blue eyes wind blown Golden hair. His assistant looked at him Queerly. \ a what you been a coins ghosts done to Tell me this ships habited Boss. Might be if it was an old pirate tub but she a Brand Jim laughed with a hollow note. J a not ghosts. Ben. Hen roared. Quot Angels aplenty on this Little ship tonight. More like Little devils with Angels feathers. Cato babies ail right but not unkind for us. Boss. Angel feathers Cost Money and i done to mean then As a resounding shout came suddenly from above a sum Pink More broke Loose. Must have opened another he shrugged. A More Power to pm More Power is right. Tower and Speed. Power makes Speed in boats or Jim smiled weakly his eyes still three o clock. What a Tong eventful Lay it had been. She Felt As if silo had crowded into one Day what should have covered a Long period in her life. Since she had made bet entry into tile adult world at four o clock that afternoon she had been travelling in High Speed certainly of Atte kept on at that Pace. She would get pretty tar before old ago slowed Lier Down How far was there to go the no in amused her. Perhaps you always went in circles and the faster vote went the More times you reached the same Point and started Over. Like going around tile world. Norman startled Lier from her reverie by slowing the car to Hie Roadside shutting off the motor and drawing her closer with his Ana to of Contis fed Somerset Borough Pennsylvania school District Bonds notice is hereby Given that Tae Somerset Borough school District Somerset county Pennsyl Vania will receive sealed bids for the Purchase of too Coupon Bonds of the denomination of $1,000 each aggregating $100,000 bearing interest at the rate of 4vi % per i annul payable semiannually without deduction for any tax or i taxes except succession or Illier i Tance taxes All of which taxes the Somerset Borough school District assumes and agrees to and will sell said Bonds to the High est responsible bidder provided such bid is not less than and accrued interest the Bonds will be dated Novom Ber i 1930, May be registered As to principal Only and will mature i As follows Bonds nos. I to to inclusive november i 1942. Bonds nos. La to 20 inclusive november i 1943. Bonds nos. 21 to 30 inclusive november i 1944. November i 1945. Bonds nos. 41 to 50 inclusive november i 1946. Bonds nos. 51 to 60 inclusive november i 1947. Bonds nos. 61 to 70 inclusive november i 1948. Bonds nos. 71 to 80 inclusive november i 1949 Bonds nos. 81 to 90 inclusive november i 1950. Bonds nos. 91 to too inclusive i november i 1951. Bids should be addressed to Jacob j. Walker Secretary Box 578, Somerset a. And will be received up to eight of clock p. In. Eastern Standard time on the Lith Day of december 1930. Bids must be accompanied by a certified Check of 2% of the value of i the amount bid for made payable to the treasurer of the Somerset Borough school District. The proceedings leading up to and including the form of the Bonds have been approved by the department of internal affairs of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The right is reserved to reject any or All bids. By order of the Somerset Borough school District. Jacob j. Walker Secretary. Studio now open for Christmas portraits til is is the time to have your Picl Urc take ii for Christmas. It is the one rift that Only you can give come in and see our Beautiful samples. The prices Range from $6.50 per dozen and up. The Helen Fletcher Ferner portrait and commercial studio second floor Somerset drug bldg. Now ready for business a the most Beautiful gift of Quot Biri of All $35.00 to $650.00 Friedline a jewellers a what we say it is it is Carters Herb of hair Scalp food for falling or thin hair promotes the growth of new hair mfg. By a. W. Carter Somerset a. For Sale at your druggist or Barber shop Somerset open evenings Penna. Starting november 24. Wrist watches designs thin Beautiful $9.50 to $75.00

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