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April 28, 1937

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Page Eight THE INDIANA PROGRESS, APRIL 28, 1937 II n T Scoops M' Dear... HERE HERE STREAMLINE MARKET 824 Philadelphia St., Indiana, Pa. ROBINSON Mrs. Gene" Irvin, o£ Johnstown, spent Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willbert Mack. Thomas Apple Butter, 22-oz. j a r · · · · · · · · · · · S. B. Apricots No. 1 tall can lOc Marconi or Spaghetti 2 Ibs. 10c Buffalo Nickels · · 2 for lOc Kellogg's Cornflakes large size lOc Keiffer Pears No. 2 size can lOc Dainty Mix Fruit Cocktail tall lOc FREE--7 Piece Dessert Set for 20 Coupons from Ckurngold. Housewives say, "Give us Churngold as a spread for bread every time. We like its rich taste and its big economy. Good for cooking too!" The New Churngold Oleo Ib. 21c . * Prices Effective Monday Thru Saturday We Reserve Right To Limit STREAMLINE MARKET 824 Philadelphia St. Indiana, Penna. KEEP YOUR RADIO in good shape--We give Guaranteed Repair Service JAMES J. WALTERS Bear Troub Furniture Store Phone 137 Indiana, Pa. H. D. FAIR OHIO CULTIVATORS, FRICK THRESHERS TWIN CITY TRACTORS Phone 65O-TC 221 College Avenue, Indiana, Pa. (Pedestrian--Do you Imow your sandwich 'boards are turned wrong side out? Sandwjeh-board Man--Sure. You don't suppose I'm going to work in me lunch hour, do you? SPRING CREEK PROJECT OPENING ON MAY 11 The Spring Creek Project, better known as the "'Fishermen's Paradise," near Bellefonte, will be opened to the public Tuesday morning, May 11, at 8:00 o'clock. No change lias been made in the rules and regulations governing fishing on this project. This opening takes place a week earlier than it did last year, and the project will be closed July 10, maJt- ing a total o£ eix weeks in which to enjoy the fishing. Your fishing license entitles you to five trips to the project during the special trout season. No special license is required. No information has been received, as yet, with reference to whether or not the project will 'be open on Sundays. Mr. and Mrs. James Liebold and Leland and Shirley (Liebold, of Smokeless, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miller. Mrs. Rebecca McGraw l e f t on Tuesday for Derry, where she will visit with Mrs. Dean Belts. Mr. and Mrs. Croll and Mrs. H e n - j derson spent the week end with Mr. | and Mrs. Charles Hosteller and family of iClaridge. A birthday dinner was served there on Sunday in honor of Mr. Croll and little Miss Mary Lou Hosteller. It was the birthday of each of them. Mr. and Mre. H. Jay Bowser and Miss Dorothy Bowser, of town, and Cloyd Graff, of iBlacklick, motored to Washington, 'D. C., on Sunday in Ihe latter's car. While there they visited Ihe Capitol, Arlington ceme- lery, Lincoln Memorial and other points of interest on the Mall, and viewed the exquisite double pink cherry blossoms now in bloom. Mrs. Bowser says they are very much like a pink rambler rose. Mr. and Mrs. William Burkett and children, of Bolivar, and Mrs. Clark Miller, and Mrs. Walter Miller, of town, motored to Steubenville, O., on Saturday and epent Ihe week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moody. Mr. and Mrs. William Smith and children, Verna Marie, and Arthur, of Salina, were visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Henderson. Miss Laurabel Johns left on Saturday for Claridge where she will stay for some time with her aunt, Mrs. HoetetTer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spangler announce the .birth of a daughter, Gloria Lea. Mrs. Huston iLove died at her home in (Bolivar on Tuesday afternoon. She had been seriously ill for some time. She was formerly Miss Mary Robertson, of Lockport. Beside her husband she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Blair McGraw, of town, and several children at home. Harry IDonahue, second son o£ Mr. and Mrs. William R. Donahue, has been seriously ill at his home here with pneumonia. Ray Felton has returned home from a visit with his brother, Ernest iFelton, who was injured in an automobile accident in Pitcairn. Erneet is improving. SMICKSBURG Roy Lewis, of Vancouver, Wash., , is visiting relatives in Smicksburg and vicinity. j Maurice Stiteler, of OLorain, Ohio, I was a week end visitor in the home . of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stiteler. ' Miss Ruth Edmunds, who spent; the past three years in Los Angeles, Calif., visited relatives here Tuesday. Mrs. Gladys Edmunds Elkin, of Los Angeles, Calif., was a week end ' visitor in the homes of Mrs. Martha ' Edmunds and Mr. and Mrs. David , Edmunds. j Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilson and j Mies Sarah Wilson, all of near Day- i ton, were Sunday visitors in t h e ' home of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Crawford. Miss Leone Gahagan and girl friend, Harriet, of Ashland, O., visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stiteler over the week end. iWm. iCrissman spent a few days during the past week in Detroit,, Michigan. ! Paul Black has gone to D e t r o i t ' where he expects to secure employment. Bus Edmunds, who is employed in 'Punxsutawney, spent the week end at his home. Rev. J. iB. Troutman, Misses Aleene 'Good, Edith Good and 'broth- | er, George; Miss Aleene Neal and j brother, Lex; Misses Doll and Jane Stiteler; Miss .Lucy Condron and brother, Kenneth; Miss Mildred Un- eapher and brother, Frank; Miss Ruth M'eCormick, Mrs. Lola Fulton and daughters, Christine and Maxine, visited St. Paul's Lutheran church in Ford City recently. Mrs. Robert 'Dickey entertained the Phoebe Warren Missionary Society last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beck, of Indiana, were Thursday evening callers in town. Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Stiteler, of Youngstown, O., were among those from a distance who attended the funeral of Mrs. Mamie Dinger Saturday afternoon. _ Mrs. Wm. Crissman, Mrs. Lola Fulton and daughter, Christine, and David Edmunds were Saturday shoppers in Indiana. ·Mother -- You've been fighting again Willie! Haven't I told you over and over to count a hundred when you -want to hit someone? -Willie--Yes, mamma. And Bobby Jonee gave me this black eye while I was counting like you said. Dentist--There's no hope. I must kill that nerve. Patient--Please, not that! It would ruin me--I'm a book-agent. SEE THESE BETTER VALUES TODAY! 1932 CHEVROLET SEDAN --Good tires, paint and upholstery. Many accessories; low mileage. Has been thoroughly checked by our factory trained mechanics -Special for today Only 1934 PLYMOUTH COACH-This is a good looking coach finished in black Duco, good tires and upholstery. Has oeen thoroughly reconditioned and ready for many miles of satisfactory service--Only .. 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER COUPE -- Looks hke new. Low mileage, good rubber. Many accessories. Thoroughly reconditioned. Yours for Only . 1934 DODGE 1-2 TON PICKUP -- Good tires, paint like new, low mileage. Thoroughly reconditioned. A real buy in a pick-up truck. O 0 1 C Only $ O I O 1928 OLDSriOBILE SEDAN --If you are looking for a low priced car that looks and runs like new, see this one today. Good tires finish. Only 1929 CHEVROLET COACH --A good low priced car that will give many miles of satisfactory service. Come in and see it at once. Only 1934 CHEVROLET % TON PAXKL TRUCK- -Looks and ii'ns like new. Good, tires, low mileage. One owner, if you are looking for a bargain this $395 1931 FORD COUPE--Good tires, low mileage. Good paint and upholstery. Has been thoroughly checked and ready for the road. Only $150 1934 CHEVROLET 1% TON 157" W. B. TRUCK -- This truck carries a "U" license. Low mileage, good tires. If you are interested in a good truck for your hauling, see this one today. CQP.lt Only $000 OPEN EVENINGS and SUNDAYS 1933 CHEVROLET SEDAN --This is a four-door car, finished in black Duco, like new. Heater and many accessories. Good tires, one o»/ner. Thoroughly reconditioned. Only .... $385 1936 INTERNATIONAL 3-4 TON PICKUP TRUCK --Hydraulic brakes, good tires -Very low mileage, one owner. Has been used for light delivery work. Looks and runs likenew - $400 Only $135 EDWARDS MOTOR CO. Rear Court House Indiana, Pa. PERSONAL BREVITIES Mrs. Charles McGregor, Mrs. John Goheen, Mrs. Carl Douglass, Mrs. Ross Steetle, Mrs. Kenneth Fleming and Mrs. Dewitt Ray, all past matrons, and Mrs. Roy Hughes, present matron, of Indiana Chapter of the Eastern Star, were in Greensburg on Saturday attending a luncheon of the past matrons of thie district. David. Edmunds and step-daughter, Mrs. Lola M. Fulton and her daughter, Christine, and Mrs. William Crissman, all of Smicksiburg, were dallers in Indiana on Saturday. While here Mr. Edmunds called at the Progress office and renewed his subscription to his favorite county newspaper and the 'Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mack and sons, Joe and Wade, of McKeesport, spent Sunday with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Attorney and Mrs. James W. Mack, of North Sixth St. Miss Mary Margaret Moorhead, of Erie, who graduated from the Indiana State Teachers College with the class of 1936, attended the Founders Day festivities at the school on Saturday evening. She is now a student at the Edinboro State Teachers College, where she is taking a special course. Ninety per cent of the people in the United States live in one-family houses. ' A GIFT SHE WILL LONG REMEMBER MOTHER--more than anyone-- deserves the best. Remember her with a distinctive gift that will always remind her of your love. Come in and see our wide selection. Quality gifts are not expensive. She'll appreciate an intimate boudoir accessory, a bracelet, a ring, or a good watch in a Wadsworth case. Why not see them right away--now? Coupons given with every 5Oc purchase during Indiana's C o m m u n i t y Sales TCvent, May 1 to 1O, inclusive. Graduation Just a Few Weeks Off Have Your Gift Laid Away While Our Stocks Are Complete R. W. WEBRLE CO. Indiana, Penna. Choose Your Bank As You Would Choose a Friend When choosing friends, you select persons with unquestioned integrity and sincerity. It is equally important to have these qualifications in the Bank you choose to safeguard your funds and serve you in financial matters. Be sure that it measures up to the highest standard in management, in service and in safety. We invite you to consider the qualifications of this institution. It serves as business friend to hundreds of residents of this community and adjacent territory. Our Motto--"Courtesy and Service" FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN INDIANA INDIANA, PENNSYLVANIA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent HAVE A REAL GARDEN THIS LANDRETH'S SEEDS Famous for Over 150 Years Complete Stock of Flower and Vegetable Varieties BULK AND PACKAGE Why risk planting with inferior seeds when you can be sure with Landreth's. They cost no more! o- LAWN GRASS SEED Our Vigorous 'Seed Will Insure a Beautiful Lawn All sizes and types of Lawn Mowers Garden Hose -- Hose Reels -- Grass Clippers jo- GARDEN TOOLS Rakes Shovels -- Hoes -- Hedge Shears -- Hand Garden Sets -- Trellis Pruning Shears o- CHICK FEEDERS AND FOUNTAINS Fishing Tackle That Will Make 'Em Bite! Complete line of Fishermen's needs at Low Prices. You can get wliat you want here. VISIT OUR PAINT DEPARTMENT We carry in stock all wanted colors of the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company line of fine paints including House Paint Enamels Barn and Dairy Paint Inside Paint Varnishes Wall Paint Floor Paint Brushes Painters Supplies We Give Coupons During INDIANA'S COMMUNITY SALES EVENT May 1 to 19--inclusive Free 1937 Model Ford DeLuxe 4-Door Touring Sedan--Free Ask for Coupons with each 50c Purchase Indiana Hardware Co. 636 Phila. St. Phone 65 Indiana, Pa. --"If Its Hardware We Have It"-- NEWSPAPER! »--. NEWSPAPER!