The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 28, 1930 · Page 5
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January 28, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 2S, 1330. SCOTTDALE MAfl UNHURT WHEN CAR SKIDS INTO FREIGHT iUaohino of S. HIJ ITuugnmnn Kenrly Demojjtshed on Kicfcrtowu grossing. MUSIC CLUB' GIVES PROGRAM Kpcolal to The Courier. SCOTTrAjUO, -Ian. 28. -- S. M. "Wan ga man, local insurance mar., had i narrow escape with his. lite at tho Baltimore Ohio railroad crossing ·on the Ki-efortown-Soottdale road yes- tTdny. Mr. Wau^atnan was coming down tho' hill froni Kletertown. across tho tracks and o w i n g to live- Icy condition of the road was nnabio to stop «is .he approached a box car that was on the-crossing and doe hod into it. Tho automobil© was badly damaged but Mr. Wangainan escaped uninjured. Mnsic Club Program. Tho Monday Music Club hold Its regular meeting at tho Presbyterian. hnreh last evening, with tho program in charge of Miss MarKaret Kritsch- ·pan. The music was descriptive and ·each person was asked to give u story connected with or about tho selection pros-ent^d. Tho following program was presented: Piano solo, Miss TOIoiso Hafer; organ solo, Mrs. OKdward Anderson; violin solo, Miss Margaret Krdfcschgau, accom-panled by Mrs. Florence Clabaiigh; vocal solo, Mrw. Forrest Buck; piano solo, Mrs. Jionia Shrallow; quartet, Mrs. Ixo Kkomp, IVtrsi. WoodoU Momyer, Miss 3/ida BarkoJl and IVIrs. Don R. Bakor; piano solo, Marjorle Kuhns; piano «Jnet. Mrs. EJHse Hoover and Miss Margaret Jano Overly. A social hour followed with Mrs. Kuffsoll Hockenbury. Mrs, Albert 3temp, Mre. George H. Hadcn and Misses Anna Hardy, Mary Ilam'bry, Klloise Ilafer, Mary Lou Herbert, and Sirs. William Hawthorne as hostesses. Fire Kscapo,Contract Let. Tho Department of Iabor and Ind u s t r y has approved tho plans for firo «ifa,pos to bo used on the Consolidated a n d Jtiiffsdalo schools of East Huntingdon Township. Tho escapes will 'bo o£ tho tubular enclosed typo. The contract has been let to the Seottdalo Machine, Foundry Construction ompany. Junior Class Play. i Tho junior das'; play of the East H u n t i n g d o n Township schools will bo 7 t-p-sento'l Februaiy 19. The title is " t u s t a Connie* of Millions." The caet i.. belnic selected. Oliver Jnrrott Injured. Oliver M. Jarrett of the Mennoaito j artmonts, who was struck by an a u t o m o b i l e a« he left tho Methodist 3' plirojJcil Church Sunday was resting ·CM-rior at his. home last evening. Mr. J a r r e t t is o u f f c r l n g from "bruises and shock. Kotiirj Hear', of Scout Work. County F'renidenl Thomas 11. Ruth- ·c lord of the Roy Scouts had Prosl- di-nt S. I!. B u l f e U of the Scoltdalo K u l a r y Cluh, give a iart of his clnb ai'fotliip; hi 1 -! evening over to tho "'(toy Scout .Movoirent." Plans are on foot for tho raisin.; ot thr Scout f u n d , Kliorhiirt H e a r i n g Friday. The hearine; t o - Joseph Kberhart, Vho H charged w t!i non-support and (Jo.K-rllon, has IK on Mt for .Friday OJiorning at 10 o'c'ock at t h e office of Justice of the Pesco "William Kennel. Other JJows. The followini! Scottdalo-Mourit ' J ' l P a H i i u l - l ' n t d e n t l a l Insurance men o t t ( * n d c d a mootiiu; in Cireensburg on }~a(urday: Gonrg W. Gordon, G. K. Crlffeths, R. J. UcKeo, Gratia Ed- tvards, Ji. N. M i l l e r , J. R. Marshall, J, '. Ooorse. K. N. U a f f l i n g , R. B. Lyons, K. P. IJarraugh, W. I f . Connor, D. C. Coiighonour an! J 0. Bckmari. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Suter of Alverton announce the birth of a daughter josterday at the Armorial Hospital at Mount Pleasant. Ssim'ucl I^owm, *on of Bnrgess and j\lrs. b. lj. lx'\vis. of M a r k e t ttreet. t'liderwent a thro it operation yesterday at the Memoriiil Hospital at Mount J'leuiant Mis» H u l d a Hnl.i, who livcs west of 1owu, u n d e r w e n t a throat operation at 1h^ Mount Pleasa it Hospital. Mrs C'. L. Stec 1 ! is i\ patient iu the 'onnollKville S t a t ^ Hospital. Floyd I l o t f m a n vhsitcd w i t h his another at (SreenshurK e.sterda. THE DAIL.Y COURIER, CONNELLE VILLE, PA.- -AGB FIVE. EAST HUNTINGDON FACULTY DEFEATS WASHINGTON TWP. J.in. 28.-- The Kast I t u i i t i n g c l o n Townsliip Kiiculty bas- krtbiiii loam tnaclo its i n i t i a l appear- a n c e litfet cvonui; at tlio Kast H u n t - j'igduii gyrn, when it defeated Waph- .inston T o w n s h i p f a c u l t y by a facore of 41 to -8. The l i n e - u p : 1. Huntingdon -lit. IVnsli. Twp.-- 28. .- . F ...... Ellenbergor 1^. .. -------- Barber ... C. -- ..... ---- Grant (f. ---------- Graham '... G. ------------ Smith Davids for Caruack. Haight 5, Davids, Elleiiberger ti, Ji'mtsrnnn .. G e h r i n g .. .(. arnnck Stevens Substitutions Field goalb man Hi, Stevens 3; Grant ;i, Barber (i. Fouls-- Kast H u n t i n g d o n , t; Waah- ijiKion Township, i! There \ v j ^ a pr j l i m i n a r y g-amo bc- t.vccn tlie Ka»t l l u n t i i u d o n girls and t ic W a s h i n g t o n T uvujvhip girls, } t i i n t ! n g d o n w mi ins bv a -12 to S bjort-. KaM H u n t i n g d o n luid in its l.iieup l''°\ and K e l l e r , f o i \ \ a r ( N ; Jclart and W i N o n , i - v i ' t e i ^ , and Adcmib anil C ! M I M , n n . i r d - . l\x. and W i l s o n v i. i e tin 1 -UH-I of the at Less Than a Dollar C ard Tables Sale Items AH 7 Yards Hope Muslin Dural ly c o n s t r i c t e d , folding legs; f a n c y and plain designed laek top, Kriss Kross Curtains t |i to St.bD fl IP Q u a l i t y marquisette K r i b h Kroaa curtains, in ivorj and ecru -- * A Few of the First quality, roRtilnr 18c Hope m u s l i n , cut from the f u l l bolts. 7 yards for 5 Yards Linen Toweling IS inch all puro llnon toweling--with colored borders. Regular 25c q u a l i t y 5 jMrds «.. »-,,--.,.,,-.,,..»,...-.,-.-«-....« Mattress Covers Largo overisizo mattress rovers--made of ex Ira heavy quality unbleached m u s l i n .L Linen Lunch Cloths Large 54x54 inch pure l i n e n lunch cloths with attractive colored borders ...... ------------------------ -.. 4 Yards Fast Prints Up to 35c,, guaranteed fast color, 30 square wash prints, wide range of new sprius 2 Yards Thrifty Chyne !i(i Inch new t h r i f t y chyne prlnt-s, colorful rang' 1 of light and dark grounds -2 yards .............. ______ ........ _________ Myrtleback Prints Now s h i p m e n t myrtlobaek fast color p r i n t s -n e w e i t patterns to select from, yard ____________ ______ ... ______ 2 Yards Spring Piques Vartl wide piques, regular 5!)c q u a l i t y , coinr- f u l new prints anil plain 'white-- 2 yards ___ ..... _____ .......... ______ 81x90 Sheets Large double bod 3170 ahoels -- madii of h p r u y fiualliy, bleached and unbleachod muslin _________ ...... Wi idow Panels ' 4l inch line in iHty marquisette panels, finished w i t h dec) silk fringe-ecru color , r Ironing Be ard Pad and Cover Heavy knitted cotton pad--and cover--wilt Jit a wage size bourd; fireproof, complete Sitk Drapery 5-! inch silk clai iabk drapery, beautiful blend- in;? and contrat ing striped p u t t o t U ' 2 Pairs Double Curtain Rods "KirSch" (ioubl curtain rods--finished in stippletono bras --2 complete sets with fixtures ,_ - O'Cedar Mop and Polish Largo size K^' 1 ' 'ne O'Cedar Floor Mop, with d p t a i ' h n b l o ham le and bottlo of O'Cedar Oil- -Set 3 Yard:. Casement Cloth H i g h l y l u s t r o u F rcvcralbio caaenitMil drapery i l o t h -- beautiful patterns .'i yards 3 Yards Table Oil Cloth 4'i inch Vlerka.'! table oil cloth, w h i t e w i t h f a n e os--:i vards UP TO $2.OO Reg. $12.50 All Wool Blankets (3rd Floor) Reg. $10.95 All Wool Blankets $7.89 (3rd Floor) Reg. $5.00 Part Wool Blankets S a t i n H o u n d HI O .1 9 70x80 Inch Single Cotto n Blankets $1.09 (.'»rd Floor) 60x76 Double Cotton Blankets $1.89 (3rd K J o o r j Close Out to $4.95 Choice About lf0 latt' s-tyle wintfT f e l t s and clever metiUics -good ranga ot styles and rcolor*. (Nelson's) Advertised GOc Ipana Tooth f'aste--,'i for 5 Bars Cuticura and Woodbury Soap 50c Mavis and Liuxor OP»/» Face Powders, ;) for «7O1-' OOc Ponipeian and Woodbury Facial Creams, !J for (NcUon's) 1® $1.95 FulI-Fashioned Silk Hose Every Pair 100% Perfect Full fashioned and some semi- fushioned. Service weight, Bcmi- orvlco, sheer cbiffon; plain, pointed nut French heels. Dark and light .hades, All it one price. (Nelson's Lir'jresl and Most Complete A hig c-leM-anco of Hundreds oi Pairs of s o r v i c c y h l c Shoos for (ho \vholr- f a m i l y ; below cost an 1 sonic a trifle above. So come! B u y now for your i m m e d i a t e and fuLuri; be a big ·winner. Odd Lots--Broken Sizes--But Higher Priced Shoes--All Go at This Low Price S \ \ l l l l t Von Can Clionso From Women's Sirups--- I'll III JS Oxfords; blisses' and Children's Low J i u d High Shoes. Pair Wen's Work .Men's Dress Shoos; Boys' lllff ant! Low ?*, Shoos. Men's J - B u c k l e Art-tics, Ited Solo. Men's and Boys' 4-BuckIo Awlies. Women's JH»\V Zippers in (Moth or All Jtiihhcr. 4*^ h «^^^4r^^^^^r^^^^^'«sr^^«-^^-j^^j^^^-4^^^^-CNr^^-r^^^4-4 Women's and Children's Moccasins 20c ***·+-* -+^f r^*TJ^^^r**^*-*^»*****'-*Np-* Women's 4-Bueklc ArcUes Hoys' and tilrls* Better Shoes ................... . Infants' Dress or Play Shoes IVomes's Low .Arctics, Broken styles .$1.00 etto ({onn.s, K i m o n n s and Slips 3 For (Solson's) 2nd floor. JiiMiiniiiinr (Jinderella Tanty Dresses 2 to r. {Xcl son's) 2nd Floor. Children's' All Wool Sweaters Asst. Colors. (Nnlson* 1 *) 2nd Floor. Cinderella Rompers A l l Sizes. (Mclsoii's) and Floor. 3 Pairs Child's 50c Rayon Wool Hose 95c 3, Prs. Child's 50c Silk Me re. Hose ..... 95c 5 Prs. Boys' Heavy Ribbed School Hose 95c 3 Prs. Boys' SOc Plaid Sport Socks 95c 3 Pairs Women's Fibre Silk Hose «....95c 2 Pairs Women's Fabric Gloves 95c To $1.50 Women's Leather Purses 95c Women's Rayon Crepe Slips, colors 95c Misses' 2-piece Broadcloth Pajamas 95c Women's Hand-made Gowns, 2 for 95c Kotex Napkins, 3 boxes for ,..95c Boys' Corduroy Lumberjacks 95c Boys' Ail Wool Slipon Sv/eaters 95c One Lot Boys' Long and Short Trousers 95c 2 Boys' Wool Knit Toques 95c Little Brother and Sister Spring Suits 95c Boys' $1.95 Jersey Knit Suits 95c Men's to $2.00 D'ress Shirts, choice 95c Men's Outing Flannel Shirts, all sizes 95c Men's Cottonade Work Pants 95c Men's Blue Denim Overalls and Jackets 95c Girls' NMV Print Dresses Sixes 7 (o It, (Nelson's) 2nd Floor. Girls' i5c Sateen Bloomers Black, anil piiiit. (Kelson's) and Floor. Odd Lot (.'iris 5 f $ l .!5 Wool Sweaters (Nelson's) "iid Floor. Giirls' Flannelette U owns A l l Sines. 95s (Nelson's) 2nd Floor. Everybody^ Store 121 N. Pittsburgh St. Ohiopyle Irfoltni in Ujiik IColltcry. I - O I U ' T J I U M A S K\ , ,l,ui ^^ 10 U j o \ e , '.',··, C l i l L a ^ M , w an arrested l:ile J,i-! niitht in Kinnoctlou u n ! i tin- 510,000 Ixink lohbory at Dayton, Ohio, YWay ]o\e\ k a s urrcetoii hor' M lion he i iini'i to .1 !.·« r r .mother r'h- t-on, .Miss Tlit-y Uiws i r j r ' Wcint" U l l t U H V l . K , Jan. L'b Mru Elizabeth S p r o u l n e r v e d a wedJli v, a u p p u r uc her homo along the Q h i u p le- J-'ai IO«H!, e ' a t u i d u y eveuiu fui her Lloyd, and tik* bi idt v , toi iuerl Or« M i l l e r of M«rk jysburg. \ \ f r t ' laarrlod at Cimberlaiul, M1., Knlay. Amoni; the gn std at the din- IIPV worn Mre. !d!:i ( ollin'i. .Mr, and Mr* Fred S p t o u l Mr. in'i Mrs l^lojU 5r"''ul and Sheldon (" iiiuniKha'm sir n n d Mr« Willui-n RohlTo wore *L»l*or.- at SLoncrvill'; Mrs. C'. Duppbtaat entertained the Latlio.s' .Minsion (Mri-le o£ the Baptist t ' h i i r c h a her h o m o in Bridge .street Ki l«lay '·ftM-nini; A l l e i (he i i u i i n p t - s Hi'Hsion, tiie liosU'-s M'i'ved UIIK IHHJJI. Tho^if p!''-(.'!it \ \ e i e S l l ^ T. \l M i l i - h f l l . . M i - D .J. I ' o t l c r , Xoia T o t t e n , M t s i) l i H e u t l v , - \ l i - . K 1C. l i n l t \ \ , Alit, .M. 11 I loi'htUP! k'r. .\lrn ,f H. NSofn'idRMH-y. M t ^ . Clara Jai'kHoii, Mrs. \ \ i l i i a n i I ' o l i l f o , Mr5. A V i l l u i m .lolninon, .\frt- 11 ·; h ' u l l n i r r ,inil .Mre litilpli Pol tor Mrs T .M. M l ! i,Ucli \ M l l m- t p r t . i i n t h e iicxt meeting u i g a t t w o vsceks he ice Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burin i n o t o i u d to JHinbar Sunday and the d'iy w i t h Mr, and Mrs. John A 1 and Mr n n d Mrt, Joseph A i . i r t u i Mi") K a i n u t ' l Slii| h", ol jtidwc-1 a o l u j p i i c i in U h J u i j y l c Mniidiiy. I'ur IHH honm in isoiu, i-ieb., at s c v i a l i n o n t h s ' u-il w i t h IUK bn John N i c h o l s o n , OhUipylc, and i c ' a t i w s in Souii'i-jGl c o u u l j . l i o i u , Id !\h. JIK! Miti iJrnzil Friday e v e n i n g , n liiuj;hto i - . The I n o w wvnsiUi o f t w o d.iuglilrris Use OUT olai,HUied auvortis-cn orlh pent i r t i n inla.\ el a i ( h e r , j ithoi CCBC inlly on la.' Confluence I ' O N K J / U K X t ' I O , J a n . 2 S -- J o h n V a n - ot H o n i e r f U ' l i l VVLIH u l)iisinv"« \ i i i t o r i n t o w n y e s t t - r d . i y Mi-i. I I . \\ r .lainisoli lias raurnoi.1 l i o n i a (Several wt'elcs v i w i t d o w n lOa.st. Jennet) lloolc, '.Neil U n o v . i i inerclianl oi riomerlK'ld i\un a r e c e n t businc'HS vi-sitor in t o w n Misses Helm Poie, liiliziibelh Bower ,tud Mabel Shipl^ «'ho loach hnhool near C o n n o l l a v i l l c vieitcri their homes here over Hiiticho. MJ.-S. G. AL Cuiiuinchaui «'«« A ro- cent visitor at Cotiuellrfvllle t'harloH S t a i k and Hurry I'.rown who i are omploywl at caruunlei work at ! O h t u p y l e viiiitcd t h e i r hoiiii.-.- here ovei A l l s . (Jluuh'rt .Shannon of (Vdinell's- vi!lf \\.is a rtceut visitor In town. ijih.'i Hilda 'l'ibt!U« of Ka j t u i n n i i in vi'iitlnt; her sister and brother-in-law, .Mr. a n d Mrc-i. A. f), S k i n n a r here, Mrs. Catherine Johnson a u d d a u g h - t » r , Mrs. Clyde H i n i t h and l i t t l e h«n, J u n i o r , of C'onnollsvillp w r r r recent) n«ltor« w i t h Mrs Iltllio 'i pvo-re and! Mrs. j* n ILJ. i -.v) la. i DOCTORS have prescribed Pertussin more often chant any other advertised co ugh r em- edy. It is safe!

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