The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 12, 1939 · Page 7
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January 12, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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THURSDAY, JANUAR 12, 19'JS). THE DAFL,Y COURIER. CONNlfiLL,SVlL,L,l!}. PA. J^AUli, SHiVli'N. Civic-industrial Body Organizes at Scottdale Committee Makes Application to Harrisburg For Charter. BUDGET FOR YEAR IN THE MAKING bpcclal to Tito Courier. SCOTTDALE, Jan. 12.--The committee that has been functioning for several years in a civic capacity in Scottdale filed nn application Tuesday with the Westmoreland county courts for a charter for a non-profit organization to be formed umcr the non-profit corporation law of Pennsylvania. The organization is to bo known as the Scottdale Community Civic and Industrial Association, Inc. Making Up Budcet. In keeping with the program planned by council, the sanitation committee met Tuesday evening to consider its budget for the year. The light committee met Wednesday afternoon and the flic and water and building committee Wednesday night. The figures decided upon will be presented to council so that it may ·file with the State the approximate budget for 1939. John How ells Host. John ; Howells of South Chestnut street was host Monday evening to the D. T. Poole Bible Class of the First Baptist Church at' its business and social meeting. Rooms Renovated. The Ladies' Bible Class of the First Baptist Church has had the social ' and basement rooms of the church redecorated and repainted. Missionary Prosram. "Thy Kingdom Come: Our Purpose" was the topic at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the United 'Brethren Church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John G. Darling was leader. Mrs. Ivan Hernley introduced the book, "Moving, Millions." Mrs. I. N. Huntlcy conducted a quiz "On India. 1 ' The prayer hymn, "Open My Eyes That I May See," was sung. Mrs. J. T. Bradley read a paper, - "Interview With a Missionary of India." Mrs. Jean Schreccngoit sang "In the Secret of His Presence." The "Wider Eolations" subject was "Child Labor." At the social hour the hostess and aides were Mrs. Margaret Home, Mrs. B. J. Stoncr, Mrs. J. G. Kurtz, Mrs. Joseph Weaver,' Miss Sara Sherrick, Mrs. J. H. Brownfield, Mrs. J. B. King, Miss -Alice · Brownfleld,-, Mrs. McLean Kennel ana" Mrs. John Porter field. - · Class Officers Installed. At a supper held in the First Baptist Church Monday evening, tho newly" elected officers of "the Hobert Skemp Barao:a Class'of tho ^church were'installed- - Tjhey arc: President Elmer C? Anderson;'vice-president, Harold Lowe; secretary, Edgar Shaffer; treasurer, Earl Tedrow; teacher, George Ostenvise; assistant teacher, Clarence CouRhenour. Jubilee Circle Tonight. The'Jubilee Circle of the Methodist Episcopal Church will meet at 8 o'clock this evening at the church. Miss Jesse Dinger will be the leader. More Service Olcuals. Three more flood medals will be received by the Service Company, 110th Infantry. In all, JG will be given out" Captain Edgar C. Kclley Is making plans for the distribution. Twins In Eberlo Home. Mr. and Mrs. William Eberle of Homestead avenue are receiving congratulations on the birth of twins, a boy and a girl, at Frick Memorial Hospital at Mount Pleasant, Wednesday. Under Operation. Miss Janet Echard underwent an operation at Frick Memorial Hospital »t Mount Pleasant Wednesday. Laughed--Then Slain The battered, unclad body of Mrs. Frieda Edson, 28 (above), mother of a six-year-old boy, w»« found in back room of Lebanon, X. II., beauty parlor owned by Henry G. Begin, who is held in suspicion of murder. Police say Begin confessed the shooting occurred after tho widow laughed in his face. Stats Restrained From Buying Land By United Press. HARH1SBURG, Jnn. 12.--Tho State was restrained Tuesday by the dauphin county court from completing the proposed purchase of 44,000 acres of former Philadelphli and Reading Coal and Iron Company, timberland through a cJllcge fraternity brother of Forests and Waters Secretary James F. Bogardus. A preliminary injunction was issued by Piesident Judge William M. Hargebt on the petition of a Philadelphia 'taxpayer. Former Grid Star Killed. WASHINGTON, Pa., Jan. 12.-John Beatty Duffy, II, 50, former Washington JciTerson CoUeee football star, was fatally injured In an automobile accident at Victoria, Texas. Driver of a truck with which his car collided was killed and another person Injured. Abyssinia "Impracticable." LONDON, Jan. 12.--The London Daily Herald's diplomatic writer said it was learned Premier Mussolini has informed U. S. Ambassador William Phillips he has now decided that resettlement of Jewish refuges in Abyssinia would be "impracticable." Constipated? You Should Get at the Cause! Lots of people think they can't bo "regular" without frequent trips to tbe medicine chest. "I Just dose up and get it over," they tell you. But doctors know they don't"gctltorcr"nt all--until they get at the ccaue of the trouble! Chances arc It's simple to find tho cause If you cat only what most people do --meat, bread, potatoes. It's likely you don't get enough "balk." And "bulk" doesn't mean a lot of food. It's a kind of food that Imt consumed in the body, but leaves u colt "bulky" moss in tho Intestines and helps a bowel movement. If that fits you, your ticket is a crunchy breakfast cereal -- Kellogg's All-Bran. It contains tho "bulk" you need plus the great Intestinal tonic, vitamin B,. Eat All-Bran every day, drink plenty of water, and Just watch tho old world crow brighter I Made by Kellogg in rattle Creek. FOR FULLY AUTOMATIC HEAT? · Automatic Heat is no longer a luxury. It costs less than you are now paying for the drudgery of hand-firing your furnace. See the "^11111115 Stoker (automatic coal burner). It can b« quickly installed in your present furnace, and at very moderate cost. The Whiting Stoker makes your furnace completely automatic . . . keeps your house evenly heated 11 any desired temperature. It burns coal, the cheapest and the safest fuel. This mechanically controlled fire is so much more efficient that both smoke and ordinary ashes are eliminated. You have practically no furnace work to do, and you arc not paying a premium price for your heat. Come in . . . See the Whiting Stoker. Every family can afford the tmall monthly payments. Service Radio Electric Co. 121 AVot Apple Street. Phone 2197. ?-)rt£«,t"^'^^^*-'?"«tfj!j^"lJ^^rTMg»j;^$ / Tg^ liliiMiiSliisil^y You ]iii} mi premium for q u a l i t y foods when J O H buy at the West Side Market. Ilore arc proilncK of niitionally k n o n n [lackers--products Hint you'll tind In t h e stocks of reputable iiKlcnciuUMil crocers from coast to coast--priced to stive you money. IMeitly of nnrklnir sjmi'o for those who jtrofor to H)IO]I In person, or If you phone your order ivc'll gliidly deliver. PILLSBURY'S SNO-SHEEN CAKE FLOUR Per Box J ' K K K l W i t h Kncli Hox. One Hiinely Kitchen Scoop! Pure Cane Granulated SUGAR In the cotton sacks. 25 II). Sack $1.10 10 II). Sack 4!c 5 l)j. Sack 23c Gold Leaf Butter, Ib 29c Circle "W" Coffee, 2 !bs 35c Sunshine Graham Crackers, Ib. pkg 17c Ritter's Pork Beans, 4-I6-oz. cans 25c Great Value Sliced Pineapple, 2 Ige cans . 35c Buckwheat 10 Ih. Sack 35c Good Luck OLEOMARGARINE 2 IBs. 29c Itnttor Dish PUKE With Each Purchase! Sauer Kraut (i II)S. 25c Van Camp's MILK Rich and Creamy. 4Cans25c I'cr Case .. ..,,.. . $2.7.) (48 cans to a case) DOG FOOD GainoN, 5 Ib. 35c PEAS Oren I'ac'-i 2 cans 25c Sunshine POTATO CHIPS l-'n in ily Size Pkg. 15c and 1 Tits, of Chccz-Us Free! Colonial Free Running Salt, 3--5c boxes ' lOc Henkel's Velvet Cake Pastry Flour, 5 Ib sk 29c , Anchor Cut Stringless Beans, 3 cans 25c t Ontario, Crushed Golden Bantam Corn, 2 ens 19c Gren Pac Spinach, 2 large cans 25c DAVIS BAKING POWDER 3 02. can 3c (E ox. can ,, -..,, lOc 13 07.. can 13c CIen''l»rook or Hrooklicld I'illsbury's Best 24% Ib". sack s Cake CDiocolnte Milted Milk Giiarantecd Strictly Fresh! RIPPLED WHEAT 2 Pk gs . 19c An ido:il liroiikt'iist food. Trj If. WHITE CASTLE FLOUR 24y 2 ib.sk.59c Made by I'illslmry COFFEE . 3lb. bag42c West Side S]ccinl Blend. Fres.li roanted. DOG Or CAT FOOD per can 5C .Always, on Ton Brand. Very good. Aunt Dinah's Molasses 3,i-y 2 lb.cans25c Pure 'c»v Orleans! Good for (iliiKor Bread LITTLE WAITER PEAS 2 cans 29c Wisconsin'sli'tccl early .Tune Peas WHOLE KERNEL CORN 2 cans 19c Tableland's. Canned in Somerset, Golden Bantam. B A N A N A S Golden Ripe Baldwin or Winesap Apples, Fancy, d»1 AC per bushel «PJ..t«J ORANGES Snnklst, Large Large, 150 Size Doz. 35c .Medium Size Doz. 19c Florida Oranges, large size, doz. TANGERINES Large Size 2 Dozen 19c Maine Potatoes 15 Ib. Bags 35c Baldwin, Stayman's and Grimes Golden Apples, fancy, G Ibs. . Leaf Lettuce, 2 Ibs Celery Hearts, bunch ,each ..... 25c 2Sc 15c Sweet Potatoes, Jersey, 6 Ibs. Savoy Cabbage, Ib. Carrots with tops, 4 bunches 5c CABBAGE Special 6 Ibs. 5c Grape Fruit, SO size, seedless, 6 for Table Grapes, pink, Ib. New Potatoes, pink skin, 6 lb«.... Spinach, fresh, 3 Ibs. lOc 25c 25c :. 25c . lOc .. 40c . 25c Green Peppers, f r e s h , large, fancy, or* dozen «a5C Idaho Baking oo Potatoes, 10 Ibs. _.,, 0«C Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Radishes Green Beans. California Celery 3 bunches _,,..,,__... Head Lettuce, ' large head _._. _. Eating Pears, dozen ..,, Chestnuts, 2 Ibs. Rump Roast, Ib. Tenderloin and. Sirloin Roasts, Ib. Rib Roast, short cut, Ib. .,,_ Chuck Roast, whole cuts, Ib. 27c 27c 27c 22c Beef S h o u l d e r whole cuts, Ib. Beef Tongues, fresh, Ib Roast, 22c I5c HAMBURG 3 Ibs. 50c Beef Shank or Neck, Ib Plate Boil, 2 Ibs. Beef Brains, Ib I 25r. lOc Veal, Pork and Crt_ Beef, ground, 3 Ibs. OUC Pure Pork SAUSAGE Loose or Link 3 Ibs. 50c Fresh Hams, whole O O _ or Half, Ib LLK. Pork Shoulders, calla style, Ib. Whole Pork Shulders, Ib. Fresh Spare Ribs, Ib. ,, Pork Butts, Ib 13c 16c 15c 18c T. R. Whole or Half, Heavier ave^ Cube, Swiss, Round Nice nnd Tender ' STEAKS Ib. 30c Neck Bones, 4 Ibs. 25c Pork Loin Roast, Rib End, Ib Pork Chops, center cuts, Ib. _.....____. Pork Chops, mixed cuts, Ib Smoked Jowls, Ib. 15c WILSON'S CERTIFIED, iniSH CURED or HOSEY BIUXD 8 to 12 Ib. Ib. 25c Veal Rump -t t\ for roasting, Ib. .._ 1"C Veal Shoulder Chops, Ib veal ouuid, no or loin, Ib. Hormel's Ready to Servo HAMS Whole or String li'ulf lb.27c VEAL SHOULDER ROAST 4 Ib. or 5 Ib. Pieces, Ib. 14c Veal Breast for stufling, 2 Ibs. .,,. Veal Steak, Ib. 25c 30c Lamb Shoulder 4 or 5 Ib. in piece, jb. Genuine Spring Leg of Lamb, Ib. _.A Lamb Rib Chops, Ib. ___. Lamb Shoulder Chops, Ib Lamb Breast," 1 Ib. Roast,- 20c 23c 30c 22c lOc . Boned nnd Rolled Veal nnd Pork Jumbo Minced II f Ham, Ib. IOC Scrapple, 2 Ibs Club Wieners, Ib. Ring 'and 'Polish Bologna, 2 Ibs 25c 15c 35c V. and R. Small SKINNED HAMS Whole or String Half Ib. 23c CHICKENS Ib. 30c Fully Dressed Mush, 2 Ibs. ... 15c Homo Ifade LIVER PUDDING . MB. 15c Pig Feet, fresh, 5 Ibs. Skinless Wieners, Ib. Pure Rendered 1 Q Lard, 2 Ibs,' IJ/C Fresh Fillets, Halibuts, Oysters 1O02 West Crawford Avenue PHONE 62O Connellsville, Pa.

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