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Friday, January 10, 1930
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PAGE TWO, :, CONK EEESVIECH', FRIDAY, .lANUAKT ID, 75I31/, JEVIJR FAmfrri, CLASS PLAN'S FOB StfPPEB The Ever F a i t h f u l Sunday School V. 07'- I-. Y. A I ' X I J J OrTU'KHS INSTALLED «n iimisittilly large attendance and UK installation ot officers for the wtfMihiK j e a r fcatu-red the legiilar meeting of the Ladles' Auxiliary to Waller K Brown Post, Veterans of fVwiR-n W.irs, last night in th-o club roorrw iti North PittsbuvK- street. Forty mem be i C 5 a n d eight visitors from the (JuiwUown auxiliary were tu attendance, Mrs?. Fdna MeClure, tho retiring pi evident, '-mid noted the session, after which Mrs. Ktiotts, lumt proficient of the Utilontown aiuxf l i u r v and a department senior vice- pwsldout, installed' tho following ofllc-eTs: President, Mr%. Flora Stirpa; senior vice-president, Mrs. Utrey Ferrari; junior vicv president, Mrs. ATina R. Campbell; treasurer, "Mrs. Anna Tiresslor; chaplain, Mm. "l*albelle Knoss; trustees, Mrs. June Cook amd J\Irs, Mary Tobor; secretary, Miss. Ora (lawk; patriotic instructor, Mrs, Ftebecca Kauffman; guard, Mrs. Mary Tobor; litstorlftn, Mrs. Mno Iteatty; ponductro-jfi, Mrs. Margaret PI oka w 11 : folor bearer.*, Mrs. Villa Grieves, Miss Ora Hawk, Mrs. June Oook and Mrs. Oiara Spcra-y. Tho prrealdent, appointed the following- comnv'ttcofl for threo months: Social, Mrs. Villa Grieves, chairman; Mr;. T-sabetla Kress, Mrs. Rose ruiinlnig'ham, Mrs. Gertrude Ma.cWn, Mrs. Aid i v Tobor, Mrs. Lou1to tiolbcsr- jcer. KntartatarKsnt, Mrs. Jxm« Oook, chairman; Mr.t. Amia Tressler, Mrs. Margaret Plcika.rcl, Mrs. Mary O'Don- noll. Mn-s Clara Sperry and Mtra. Mary Costollo. The auxiliary presented Mrs. Knotta with a vise. A social ho\rr followed the, InMialla'tlon. TJunch was served by tho social committee. MRS. BOBBINS VICE-PRESIDENT OF TKI-l'OL'A'TY COUNCIL Mombow of the American Logion Auxiliary from Fay otto, Greene and Washington Countlee assembled at Charlerol yesterday for the Trl- County Cotincil meeting bold in the I'M re, t Methodist Episcopal Church. Officers for the ensuing year were installed ly Mrs. W. J. Lloyd ot "Unlon- fown, state director. Mm. L. S. Rob- blns, president of the local auxiliary, is tho naw vice-president. A group of school children from tho South I'nton township schools put on an Interesting piny under the direction ot Mists Elizabeth O'Bryon, a teacher In the schools and chairman ot the Jlwla committee o'J the Union-town auxiliary. Sho wae assisted by M:e. Kmma Litmau of Uniontowit. Dinner w a s served at noon. Tha next meeting of tho council will be held AVetl- ne«!;\y, April 2, in Unlontown. Mrs. TCobblm. anil Mis. Laura Clark were rupu'tenUitlvOh lioni the Connellsvillo auxiliary. D, OF \. IHSTUICT JIKKTINM; TO BK HKlIl) HKBK ON JAN. 28 Ma-''j Sister Council No. 103, !2i« t;ht:rs of America, met last night in Odd Follows Temple. Officers for the no vt six months were installed. One nc w member was initiated. Mrs. A n n a JJradeu, Mis. Mary White, Mrs. Ni-llie Enolds, Mrs. Miller and Mis. II. L. Showman, -sick membeis, t'0re rcportfd to be improved. Mrs. (ihrist and M i s . James WaTdloy, nlso m e m b r r a , tire coniincd to their beds. Mr* aiii/.le Filti, who is In a liospital in Koi ht'Stcr, fa., is very c 'iticai. Tho d i h t n c t nioc'tiag w i l l be held in C'onuc i b \ i i l o TliurscUty, January ',?, \\\\\\ Magic Sister Council as the hosst- e s's iodgf. Lodges from SeottcUUe, I'uion own, Moycr, Vanderbilt, Point M a r i o n , Duiibcir and Uuiilap Creek w i l l b » roprebentcd. MRS. M A U T I I A EATON W I L L S1XU OJ'EKATIC ROLES M i s M a r t h a Eaton Bru'kman of I ' i t t h b u r K , tounerly of Connellbviile, lias boon engiiKud by Uie Oainciduy f'Uccti ic Company ot Pittsburg as the k a d i t ' ? holoist in a heiieK ot operatic progr tins to bo broadcast each Sunday' night, bog-inning on January 12, 'ami c o n t i n u i n g for a, yeari 'Tin p r o g r a m will go on, the air at 10:15 o'clofk over KDKA, j'ittsburg. Tho first w i l l be P nal'ore, in which lUr.s. Hricknutn will ilng the role of JwiC{hlllf. Sir-s. Brickmaii is a dau^htf-r of Mrs. () \j. Maton of PiUMlHirg- a^d is favorite In PiUahurg-'muBiciil^iircleB. Sho is aUvo populciT ai!-a radio" KolblHt, sfie havn.g appeared in a n u n t b o r of selected programs broadcast over the P i t t s b u r g CHIEFS VSSOt'lA'I'lON KUVES BANQT ET AT HAIlB Perfect in all Us appointments, wtis a bamiupt given lust n i g h t at tile W. K. Ilarbaugh liomo by tho Past Chiefs Association of Athens Temple No. 25; Pythian Sieters Covers were laid for twenty. The table woe centered with a mound of jiogples. Favors wore small yellow baskets filled with candy. Tho program, wicih. was very* interesting, was In chargu of Mtti, Anna Brown and Mre v Anna Mills, Mr6. Mills wae toaBtrnlstreas. Talks, Instrumental and vocal solectione were given. A ebori buslneeg .sees'lon waa held with Mi's. Pearl 'McCUntock, the president, In charge. The remainder of tho evening was devoted to live hundred. High prlzo w«e awarded to Mrs. Pearl McGlln- tock, second, to Mrs, Anna Mills and low to Mrs. Snphla Carlson. The next meeting will be held Tuesday night, February 4, at the homo of Mrs. Anna Mills, North Cottage avcmio. At' tills time, flv« mem- bens whoso birthdays oocur 3n February, will be greets- of honor. Clfiiis o£ tho South GotinoH6Til!o Kvan- Church mot, last n f g h t In tho ol Mrs. (iliaricK Wteyaut, f i o u l h CoiuirI!svlllr, Cor its regular business ins*' l i n n Twenty-one ifip-mljers and one guest wore p r o w e n t Plans wcro ( omptotcd lor u spaghetti supper io bo hold in January, in the Snyttor store room. M1ss Molva Brocious and Mi^s Marie Sannor rocelvod a present, both h a v i n g a birthday Iliis | month. The next niceling will bo hold Thursday evening, February 13, In the homo ot Miss Alma "Harahman. A delicious lunch was served bv the lioness. COLLIIGK ALtDWI IV ILL MBKT A'f LA'l'KOUE The Pittaburg Chapter of St. Vtfi- c- out's Alumtil Association will hold a general got-togothai- meeting Sunday Evening, JanuaVy "2s,i al 7:30 o'clock 'in the TCnlghta q£' Columbus ilall, J^ittsburg. The/matn purpose- ot tha meeting Is to discuss plans for tho celebration of tho 25tli anniversary pi the Alumni Association, to bo hokl n^xt Juno at thd. college at Latrobe. Tito rmxithig in Juno is ospected Lo bo tho largest in the history ot. tho association. G. A, B. CIRf LE OFFLCJBJIS VOS. OOiMJNft The Ixidiea' Circle to'; "WlUUim F, Kurtz Post, Grand Army of tho Republic, met -Thursday . Wtormxn " "1% Odd Fellows Stall, atv.which'.tinie od- cere for the- enauing-yar..wera elected' as followa: P.resklent, Mre. ' Bisle Smith; senior - vioe-preeldent, Mrs. Florence "\Velmer; aecretary, Mrs. John Motrlson; trenturar, Mns. B. P. Jonee: cxmductrefls, Mm. Sablnu Sadler; eseistunt conductroe?. Mrg. Hattlo Bt-yeon; guatd, Mr«. Myrtle FurtiKJy; assistant guerd, Mrs. Hose Cunningham; pianist, Mrs. M. R. Vance. Thr junior vlco-preeident, registrar and chaplain will be Installed at tho next meeting. The ne%v president, Mm. Smith, served lunch The attendance wae unusually lavge. ' C. ». f ' A . f/ILL USITJATB CANDI5ATES ON FKBIUJAJIY 3 At' ttie rerular maoWng of Court Annunciate. Catholic Daughters o t j America, Jaei-^nlghL in, the social hall of tho Immaculate Conception Church, it was deckled to give a gold medal to the boy or g rl in the Immaculate Con cep'ion High School having the highest average at the cloec of the echool terns In Jun. Arningenrnitfi were made for tho initiation ot a claea of twenty cuiuit- datea at tli ' meeting Sunday afternoon, February 2, in tho Parochial School Hall TJie mooting lutt night wa« well at ended. Miss Mar · C. Duffy, National Grand Kegpiit of lie Catholic Daughters of America, w i l l give an address Sunday attcrnooa, January 26, at 3.30, which will be brt adcast over radio station CKA.C, Moi treal, Canada, under tho auspices ol tho Kuighte ot Coluutbuf of Moritiwi . DEPUTY ( - H I M ) PKKSJDKVI 1 VISITS 0. R. C. AUXILIAKT Mrs. J. !. Dattghcrty of Plttfiburf,' waa p r o j o u t at tho regular mooting of tha Liu'ies' Auxiliary to the Order of Hallway Conductors yesterday aftor- noon and n i s t a l i o d tho oflioc-rH for lh'» ensuing year. In the absence of tho newly elei ted prcbidenl, Mrs. Ungenfioh , who is ill, MVK C. past preskionl, presided, Mrs. Duugh- erty ih do.mty grand president. The moetirig \v ts well attended. Mrs. Gei- trude Mici;ey of ConllueiU'e. AVM aa out-oE-towa member present. MRS, JI. ,T. DKBOLT K N T K U T A I N S BRIIX.'K CLUB M i s Harry J. DeBolt entertained her bridge club last night at her homo in Vest Fayetle Ktreet. Two tables wore calif d i n t o play. Misb Kvelyn Wulinor won IU'st prmo and Miaa ' KM l y u I'hlilipf,, h« ond prize-. A (lain l u s . i h was served by the kost- t s. V, olden Ilnle Class. The (ifllt'on Uule Cliss ot the United i ; i o hreii f h u n l i at JH11 Kim met at i l u ^ h o m e pt l!t-v jsirt Mrs. Wlllo W-ecl- i ^ ' i j ,iiunioon, wish etght members ) " »n* A proffra'in wii.s rendered by ":c r?'oin!»eis of tho class. Lunch was 01 eti !}· tin' Mrs. Mary K. M'oCormiok of Mellon avenue, PHtsburg, announces the mar- liageof h'?r daughter, Miss Maini Jean Joll«nbaiitfh, arid Ilolerrt JO. Seheualc, son of Mrs. Leoua Schenok of Bast Green strc et. The ceremony was soleri- nized las September. The bride was ·graduated from l!iwniugh«.m School for Girls at fJinumgba,m, Pa,, watt IMS ft lends In re, where sho had frequently visited at the home of William Mc- CoraUck of MtOormJok aveaue. Hecr mother Is a daughter-in-law of Mr. M,Corini( k. Mr. chonck Is a graduate of tuo CoiiiaeUaYlllo, High School and of Uelhany Collogo, Bethany, W, ,Va. IJ,p if- u mamiber of the high sc-hool faculty o tho Homestcaid i "SC'ho01s,'Mir. a n d Mrs. Schcnck are residing hi Kust Knd, PltHburg. Uooii 'VVil! CJub. Tho Gnod Will Fancywork Club .of Oonncllsullo and Mount Pleasant met at tho homo of Mrs. Frank K. Paiijter at Mount Pleasant yesterday, with five members and two visitors. Th latter wore Mr William Lobingier and Mrs. Burkhok'cr O i Connollsvillo. Tho election of I'fllcojh was deferred because of iHueS' in the club. Th? ne^t m-ot- ing wilj be at the home^pf Mrsi, in Snyltr atreet, UouuellsyilU. TjC{;loii Auxiliary "Will Me(3(, The American Legion A\txillaTy \vlll hold its legular meeting Monday night in the Legion room, North Pitts burg street. A good attendance is desired. Mrs. Robbiris, the president, will appoint ht r committees. Safeguards for your SOAP OINTMENT TALCUM SOAP cleanse* the ekln-- CUTICt'RA OIMTME1VT soathat mid heals blcrni shea, raahos, and pimplce -- ' CUnCl'R V TALCUM glvee l} JO skin a pleasing fragrance anl ,(»jivie it re- , freshed and cool. TJaoJ in combination Q I - » TM Tfsf*'U-l* f freshed an,, cool. *3/Ci/fc " AJ. UHllll . they snfcgu irti your Skin-TIealth. Begin now to uao CUTICTJUA tiong reKiili rlyl L PARTY FOrt, LORETTA iiroKITAFCK Ml»s Elizabeth. Iilppsi entertainod at a farewell party last nig-lit at "her home In Gteorgo street, Scottdale, in ihoaor of Ml'HB Jjorotta MKltriok of this city,, who will enta- tli-e IIOITSOS tra-lutng school oE tho Pittaburg HOB- pital .on, Jateia-ry -Ifl. Tho ovettinig was Apent -ait 4u:ncinK. Ijtitich waa eovwxl. G'u-osts from CoTiTiollsvUlo weie Mas»e» Jxne.tta D-Oro, Patricia Mlllef,* 13-ene McKltrJck and torotta cIc, Gocsi-ig-o DoBoTt, Joh'n Tay- 'J. D. Mahoriey, HOTTTJf COWJTJBLLHVILLE - FIREMEN'S DANCE FRIDAY Thft second of the series of card parties ui^der thes auspices of tho South Con.nel'lsviap Voiuuteer Plro Department will f 1o held on HVlday , January ll, at the 'Sny-der room in South Connellnvillo. Thore will be prizes and lunch will bo served after the cards. At tho last party, fourteen tables wove called iato play. Arrangements aro being mad© for a larger attendances next week. MINISTERS GIVE . DINNER AT TE,V ROOM* ·Following tho ntfon -prayer meeting today at the Orphum Theatre members of tho Ministerial Association _assomblod at the West Ponn Ton Roora for dinnp-r. Tho Uiblo, at which covers %vero laid for twelve, was arranged in tho private d i n l n g r o o m . .ITrs. KOJI-JJ Hostes.*. Tlws i . 0. G. Xeotllewonk Club nwt, Wod'n«sc!ny aftornocn at tho homo of Mrs Chariot Kopp, Kast Fayottn street. Afi members wor« present but on«. Tho afternooa was »pont »t fan-cywo-rk. Tho club plannod for a covered dlali lutinhnxnx Wednesday afternoon, January 22 at I o'clock In tho homo ot Mtrs. p A. Boeman of 1031 Worrell avcmio, Groenwood. Aftor th«? meeting tho hostesv aoivod lunch. One guest was present. Joiinle Layton Au\!llary. The Jennie L,ayUn Auxiliary to Uio Baltimore Ohio Votenans Association will meet ue-tt Tuestia/y night in Uio Baltimoro Ohio Y. JVL C. A, / Lirenvc-i o Wed. William Alasldlt of ISast PiltsburR and Ma?y Potonic of Bvorson were licensed to wed at Dreensburg-. fitnd-rj.Kain Club. Tho Glad-0-Kum Club w i l l meat Monday night at the homo of Miss Kmily Widmer, Gibbon awn UP, in- Btoad of the- hom-s of Miss Alfa .Decker as previously announced. JHisblonary The rormer members o£ the Woman's Foreign. Missionary Society of the First Methodist ProteBtant Church will meet tonight iSTimediatly..lollow- ing the prayor service at the church. With Mrs, Poole. Mrs. C. J, Poole -\v111 entertain tho Side Needleworkot'M Thursday nlghl, January 16, at hot home In East Crawford avenue. . . 'tVill! Sirs. Miller. Mrs rvyinaii K. Mi Her will oiitrbalc tho VauderbHt Fiiiitywork CJab Wednesday, January is, .at "her home in Lincoln avenue. VniidcrhlK Firemen Tonight. The -D. L. V. Fire JJeptfrtmeut of Vanderbilt wilt hold a special meet- ting this eireniiis lu the Legion rooms. There will be cUt'tkm of officers. PrlHcllln So-whig' Circle. Mi's. Jesse Barnes will entertain the PrjscWa Serving Circle tonight at her homo in Hobbins street Ir. Campbell Host, Tho Connellsvillo Study Club, composed of local dentista, will jneot tonight at the home of Dr. Clydo S. Campbell in Race street Mrs. Htinlter Hostess. The East Liberty Fancywork C l u b met Thursday evening ,at the home of Mrs. Henry Hunker of Liberty. There was a good attendance of members. Mra. Clyde Randolph, a member now living at California, Pa,,' was among- those present. Guests of the C'Jub were Mrs. Orovor Allen, Mrs. George Beatty, Mrs, A, R, Cootey and Mra. H. 1C. Richter, all of Liberty, and Mrs. George Livingston of Dawaou The evening: waa epant in fancywork and In a social manner. Lunch was served by tho hostess, Tho iifixt meeting^ will be with Mrs. Roy Herbert.' s to UHdfre Club. Mrs. Kllaaboth M o r l o y entertained hor hridgo club at a 1 o'clock Hinch- uon T h u r s d a y icftunioun ^it hor home at Buottdalo. Calendulas funned the Following the l u n c h e o n f o u r iablea ot brldgu were oei:ii])led The guest prixo waa Kiven to Mrs. \V, K. Keiley, Bouth Nluth street, Grouuwuod, VCfomen Who Admire ·Arch y reserver onoes Sh should n6i Jail 1o take advantago of tho (jJreatly Ho- daeed Prices on All Our ,Srl))y Arch I'rosprver Shows. Several women have already pur-chaised (wo or move pairs and made a substantial saving. Think over, then act. $10.00 to $12.50 Shoes Reduced to VL«5 and $0.85 ^ 7- \* t p----TM TS3SO Are Sho?s of Worth! Men Looking for a Genuine Shoe Bargain can't afford to pass up these Tan and Brown Oxfort^s ; that sold regul irly from $6.00 to $7.50 and pleased al who bought them. These aro boiling HO-W for $O.65 ^fe ^B*^**'^^*?' m* ' Hooper Long We EKairm ie Your Eyes and Fit the Frames 'OM ET 100 Worth PUtslnrff Street Open Woniiti , Wednesday nml Saturday Nlg-hts, 7 to 8,:BO. MVIAMVWWI^WIAMt AIWWVIMAMMW^^ Bettei Late Than Never It is not too lal ; io enter tho classoa started Monday, January 6. A number of (J. nnellsville young- people have joined the classes. Plve enrolled 1 tat Thursday. A. thorough business course will give you a HP* outlook, and enable you to "Ca»h in" on yonr present oducat! m. )AY AND NIGHT SESSIONS OFF ICE TRAINING SCHOOL S e v e n t h Flo »r, (Utizens Building, LIniontown, I'cnnii. MRS. LYNN'S FUNERAL HELDM_RHFFSDALE The f'unernl aervi -e for Mrs. Mar- Sry Harper Lyivn ^ AS hold Thursday aftormjon at 1: i!0 o'- lock in th-o boom of )i«r son-in-law f a3 daughter, Mr. a:wl Mrs. Herman C Hopler at Scott- da fo, followotl by a servioo at Ch.rist Reformed OhoiTCh J t Rustfsdalo. Tlic pastor ofUciated. 11 was assisted' by Rev. I)T. WilUaon JW ;Ko-o o£ Aionojvga- liela anfl Tier. Dr. ' . 1*. V. McKe* of WaislilJ)«tfm, Pa., cousins of Ijyrui. Muuy relative i and friends we^ In at1yen'dan!Gie., Flo ^al tiibutos wore iiHtrmircnia and boa ititul. liiifcerini/eat was ta 'Pwtr oam'Ott ry,, Among the ouit-o -town persons at- Tejwiuig 'the funeral wore Mr. and Mrs. .T, P, Bute xnd dan .liter, Mrs. Roy T3. Otto of OonTieHsvil e, anid, J. S. I-ta/r- per of Orrvllle, Ohi... Perry Clas . Meeting. Tho Dorcaw Bil le Class ot tho Perryopollu Met' odiat \ Episcopal Uhuroli m6t last \ .'ping at the home of Mrs. Norman. P^TBO! oC noar Star Junction. Tho tnee Ing was opened by Mrs. J. A. Forgrie, I 10 president. Mrs. Mary. HariVia and Miss Mary Baugh led in prayer. Aft r the business session, Mrs. Fred Ri ker coTiduclod t!ie prog-ram. Vocal · net was Tiulexed by MUR. Slella Bf *lnglojj aiid Mrs. Fovgie. Miss Ru h Plersol gave a reading after 'Wh.t ti Mrs. Baugh and Mrs, J. I. -JVtarti i also' contributed readings. A. pape) was read by Mrs. H. 0 McWilHams. After the pioetlng, luncheon. waL. ser- ed by the hostess. those who adve'rtlso. Friday Night, Jan. 10 New Community Hall (Formerly Miller's Hall) South Oonnf'llsvillo Music By Ray Haggerty AND HTS FIVE PENNIES Nuf Sod. CHICHESTER S PILLS ^" ^a^ THK 1HAMOND nn,VNI. A . ^«dt««l Afllf your !rtiittrj»l fo Ohl.abca.ter* KlomonJI Ilrpad fill, (a Had and Oold molilllcV boM, iwled TrlUi Uluo Ribbon. ' no ulfatir. Buy or roar - URANU l-ILLfl, for » f*»a known u B«rt,flnr«rt, X!»JT. n rJlibta MISS ROSE MASCARI WES IN INDIANA iVUsn Ito«a Mi.wcarl, A tormov rosi- tlfent ot Conn oils vi llo, dk-d 1 Tuesday at her horn* at JCo-Icomo, lad., in hor 2fitfi year. Miss JV'ascart wa the d a u g h t e r of John Mascari who rosid«d in Con- noUbvllle iiTntU oig'lut yeans ago. ' Tho body will arrive in (.'omiolH- villa Saturday morning anil w i l l lia taken t-o the ohapol of. Kuneral Director WlMfawii A. MoNanamy, where it will li-e in Ktate u n t W S-unrlny morning. Requiem hlffh nines w i l f )M celebrated at 10:30 o'cloi k at Si. a-lta's Church In the Vi'ewt SiUe wiWi Jtov. Father H-onry DoVlvo, paaior, olllcint- ing. l!nterra«nt will ! maik in tho new St. Jose-ph's Buhe Bom '(o Itotlmnls. A son waa born In M i . n n d Mr.H. Hoinor De+hard rf PhllHdolphla on 'Hhursriay, Januitr}- 2, nt th«' tionn if Mra. Bethiwd's mothw. Mrn. Margaret Miller of North Seventh «Ufot, WP-M Side. Tlie family ooiiBlstft of I wo boy^s find n g i r l . The now i i r r i v i i l lipjx'd tho .scales nt WVM) anil n hull' ponmls Where You Get Quality arid Service With Full Weight and Low Prices. Vienna or Piilsbury Flour (Delivered) 241/2 Ib. Sack $1.05 liogsett's Fancy Pastry Flour, 5 Ib. s'k 25c Somerset County Buckwheat Flour, 10 Ib. t,ack 47c Rumford Baking Powder,' 1 Ib. can 29c Fancy Rio Coffee, a pound 23c Fancy Sa nttos Coffee, a pound _....33c O-R Coffee, High Quality 1 Ib. pkg 34c Premier or Astor Coffee (The Very Best) .a pound 47c Monarch Toffies (America's Best Candy) a pound ; 30c Herahey Chocolate Buds, a pound 35c Salted Peanuts, a pound 15c Dromedary Dates, a package 19c Fancy California Lima Bean a, 2 pounds 88c Yankee Beans'(Fine for Baking) 2 pounds 28c Roman Beans, 8 pounds ...,, ,, 2$c Fancy NaTy Beans, 2 pound/i 2 l c Mlnnf« 'I 2 Jioxos 25c Beech Nut Spaghetti, 2 THUS 2JJC Beech ]V"ut fats up, larpo bottle 23o Monarch Catsup, Largo ?)oftle ,.._ J8c College Knn Chicken Ala King, a can 50c College Inn Chili-Con-Carne, 2 cans ......23c College Inn Chicken Noodle Soup, 2 can;) ,, 23c Weideman's Dill Pickles, Quart Jar 30c Weideman's Pure Jellies (Quince or Currant) large tumbler - ,, 23c Yacht Club Pure Fruit Jams, Qt. Jars ...45c Premier Salar Dressing, a jar 2,'3c Premier Grape Juice, Pint Bottles 25c OLIVES! OLIVES! OLIVES! Fancy Queen Olives in Quart Jars, Extra Special, a Jar 39c Van Camp's Pnmpktn, 2 larg'e cans _./J8c Van Cajnp's Hominy, Large cans lie Yan ('-amp's Krant, U large cans 25c Fancy Tomatoes, 2 medi im cans ._...!Oc Unicorn Fancy Corn, 2 cans .. 27c Premier Fancy Aspara- . gns, largo can Htio Fancy WJbite Tuna Fish, a can 81o Royal Scarlet JDty Shrimp, a can S53o Fancy Oil Sardines, 4 cans , . . . ...... .. Holmes JiTuatard Sardines, 8 cans 29c Gold Dust Cleanser, 3 cans 13c Old Dutch Cleanser, 2 cans ..,, ^_15c Easy Task Soap Chips, large box 19c Lifebuoy Soap, 3 cakes 20c Palm Olive Soap, 3 cakes ~J22c Super Suds, 3 boxes ,, 25c ellipse* Granules, 2 large boxes ,, 43c Highesit Quality Soap Chips, 2 pounds 25c Best Q uality Matches, largest boxes, » 7 fcr . , 25c Dexter Toilet Tissue, 4 large rolls 27c /It Our Meat Counter Kiiigans Small Skinned Hams a pound 27c Lean Pork Shoulder Roast, a pound 20c Fresh Spare Ribs, a pound 20c Fresh Pork Sausage, a pound 30c Veal Breast, a pound .*. 25c Lean Veal Roast, a pound 32c Veal Chops, a pound 35c Black Hawk Bacon, l / 2 pound package 22o Lean Bacon, 3 pounds or over, a pound 27c Armour's Corned Beef, a can 25c Pickled Pigs Feet, a pound 12c Fancy Sauer Kraut, 3 pounds .25c Home Made Pudding, a pound 25c Imported Canadian Hams, and Bacon Dressed Chickens / \ Fish and Oysters '·» Jll.* SLf Ut, T JLUIUVILA ^/^ACJai^ULAJf A it "The Store That Does Things For You" For Cliomoi. Glovot I Jo r* of Self-SacHfico If u few d ops of ollvu oil ureinliled i "Hii'Hmnils should Bhara tho honse- tin* w liter when wnalilng clinmnts w((rl{ w i t h tll( =tr wtveti," eays a worn- BDS ' u ew ops o o v u o u r e i i to tin* w liter when wnalilng clinmnts w((rl{ , lenilii't Rlov'B they \ \ i l l not tmeome BDS P'M't'f. We despisa thos? selfish hnrd ir slif. I'bc nil p r c s n r x p i tlic ' 'u«himds who w«ut to do It f H tbeai- . selves.-- RoHtnn TrnnRorlpt Coat is sniaJi. Itosulfa iwo O l y m p i c B o r l h l (V.rt 1 iu!v -t'nptrthi. w i l l you oonio ilmvH mirt so« whfll'n t h e misttor wlih m.v htatorooin? It's "iiout torrlbl.v.--Vnncouver Mu»t Bo Obeyed, Too Doctor SH.VS edufMtion will nave ball a million lives annnaSh-. An 1 aJl tbo cducfltlon It will tki} Is enoagfe to read travBc nign*. -- Dnytoj

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