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

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 12, 1939
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PAGE TWELVE. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELL-SVn,T,E. PA SAVE THE MOST ON THE BEST MODERN SELF SERVICE Looking Backward FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1888 Detailed report of the Connellsvillc coke trade for the week ending December 22 shows a total of 13,975 ovens in the region, of which 12,029 First Baptist Chui/ch elects the following officers: President, Mrs. David Randolph; treasurer, Mrs. John Jones; secretary, Mrs. Enos Pcnn, and assistant secretary, Mrs. J. D. Percy. are in blast and 1,340 idle, with ;: total estimated production Of 137,:;83 | WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25. 1918 tons. Shipments for the week total] Detailed repott of the ConncllbVillc 7,120 cars. , coke tiadc for the week ending Dc- Wilham Biglcr, 14, of Lone Pine,! comber 21 shows a " 37,001 blows off the greater part of his left ovens in the region, of which 20,485 hand when a sun which he had are in blast and 10,600 idle, with a loaded with oaper and powder to total estimated pioduction of 288,505 make a noise explodes. tons. F. N, Shemck, graduate o£ the j Ralph K. Long o£ Connellsvillc is Ontario Veterinary College, Toronto, I instrumental in putting through a Canada, icnts the office formerly oc- I coal deal in West Virginia for $275,- cupicd by Dr. E Lansford. ! 000. The land is in Harrison county. Miss Mazic O'Donnell, teacher i n ] the New Haven schools, is compelled to resign her position on account of ill health. Louis P. McCormicb. student at the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania, spends his holidays vacation at.his home. The ninth annual banquet of the Yough Club is given at the Pritchard cafe. The following officers ore elected: Sam F. Hood, piesidcnt, and E. T. Norton, secretary-treasurer. Marriage licenses arc granted in Uniontown as follows: Adam Spears and Ida M. Yaugher, both of Lemont; Clark W. Farmer and Laura Plummer, both of Broad Ford; John Okcr and Annie Baer, both of Connellsville township; Andrew J. Younkin and Sadie J. Spiker, both of Connellsville; John W. Eicheson and Frances Hughes, both of Connellsvillc; William R. Hardy and Raseltha Martin, both of Dunbar township; Charles M. Heinze and Flora Ada Huston, both of Lower Tyrone township; William D. Ankney of Mount ant and Lizzie StaufTer ol Bullskm township, and Hugh R. Breakiron of Smithfleld and Mary B. Wagner of Bullskin township. Peter Deidman, 70 years old, em- loye of the H. C. Frick Coke Corn- any at Davidson, is killed when run ovm by a train of cars in the mine. Dr. H. H.-McIntyrc is appointed Baltimore Ohio Railroad physician Connellsville, succeeding the late Dr. F. H. Weideman. W. H. Soisson is made a life trustee f the Carnegie Free Library, suc- eeding tne late Dr. J. C. Mc- Clcnathan. Samuel Rowcn, 74 years old, is ound dead in bed at his home in Freeman lane. Walter Haines is elected chief o£ he Scottdale Fire Department; J. R. JickciholT, president; M. L. Brown, ·ice-president; E. J. Stanyon, sccrcary: .Leroy Baker, treasurer, and 'rank Wise, assistant chief. I. M. Hodgkins, 57 years old. busi- iess man of Connellsville and Perry- polis, dies at Perryopolis where lie operated a drug store. Baltimore Ohio police have rounded up 15 men in connection FRIDAY DECEMBER 23, 189S Detailed report of the Connellsville coke trade for the week ending December 17 shows a total of 18,463 ovens in the region, of which-15,017 are in blastrand 3,446 idle, with a total estimated production of 153,373 tons. Shipments for the_wcek total S.C28 cars. The 42nd annual institute of the Fayetc county teachers is being held in Uniontown. William H. O'Hara is appointed deputy sheriff by Sheriff-elect George A. McCormick. Marriage licenses are issued in Uniontown as follows: Marshall Sliger and Nora Beighley, both ol Springhill township; Robert McCormick and Gertrude Stillwagon, both of Connellsvillc; Louis N, Folcy and Nellie M. Skiles, both of Vandcrbilt; Jacob E. Miller and Annie White, both of White; Albert M. Curry and Ida L. Foust, both of Connellsville; Thomas Quinn of Mount Pleasant and Ella Irwin of Broad Ford; Edward Hollis and Myrtle Feway, both of Everson; Ernest E. Young and Mina D. Johnson, both of Point Marion Franklin J. Miller of Stewart township and Sallie W. Farquar of Dunbar; Robert Yauger of Percy and Jessie Farquar of Dunbar, and William J. Metzler and Sarah Brady, both of Leisenring. The following officers are instance by King Solomon Lodge, F. and A. M.: John W. McClaren, worship- lul master; John F. Kooser, senior warden; Ellis B. Burgess, junior warden; Henry Goldsmith, secretary J. A. Armstrong, treasurer; David Blackburn, William K. Highberger and James W. Stouffer, trustees, and Samuel B. Sickelsmith, representative to grand lodge. Frank Bowers suffers painful injury while at work at Boyts-Portcr Company's plant when a piece o: wood used as a wedge slips out place and strikes him a blow on the face, injuring his nose, cheek and forehead. The following officers arc elected by the Epworth League of the Methodis Episcopal Church: E. W. Horncr president; Joseph Cochran, first vice- president; N. B. Sproat, second vicepresident: Miss Mary Hicks, third vice-president; Mrs. D. F. Bcnford fourth vice-president; Miss Bessn WhiteJy, secretary; Strickler Stacy treasurer, and MLS. E, Buckingham organist. Boyts-Porter Company and Con nellsville Machine' Car Company the two big machine shops anc manufacturing plants in town, at both working double turns to keep ui with the heavy orders that ate crowd ing in on them. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1908 Detailed report of the Connellsvillc coke trade for the week ending De cember 19 shows a total of 37,85i ovens in the region, of which 22,06f arc in blast and 15,795 idle, with s total estimated production of 251,90.. tons. Shipments for the week tola 9,305 cars. S. B. Decker is sworn in as a mem ber of the Connellsville police force Twenty-three marriage licenses an issued in Uniontown during the holidays. Conductors and motorrncn of thi West Pcnn Railways Company re ceive new caps as Christmas presents The School Board appoints a committee to sink a hole in Jlhe Secom Ward property to determine if coa is beneath the school building. L. K. Conkin resigns as genera superintendent ol the West Penn Railways Company. The Ladies' Aid Society of th. NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS: Water will be olf Sunday, January 15th, at 10 A. 31. for approximately six hours, affecting consumers iu and in vicinity of Wheeler, Leiseu- ring No. 1, Leisenring No. 2, Leisenring No. 3, Juniata, Bitner, Trotter, Brookvale, Adelaide, Broad Ford, and on the Narrowt. Trotter Water Company vith robberies at Meycrsdale Sand Patch. and THURSDAY. JANUARY 3. 1029 Detailed report of the Conncllsville coke trade for the week ending December 29 shows a total ol 25,878 ovens In the region, ot which 4,535 ire in blast and 21,343 Idle, with a otal estimated production of 56,300 .ons. Corrado and Galiardl arc given a contract for the grading and filling of a part of Section 3 of the extension o£ the Pittsburgh West Virginia Railroad from Cochran Mill to Connellsville. It will require nine months of "work. Harold Jordan is crushed when caught under a falling rock. Henry P. Snydcr, son o£ H. P Bnyder, founder and editor of The Courier up until his death in 1016 s given his share of his mother's estate. The Citato is valued at $00,340.54, of which he receives one- fourth. Thomas E. Williams, 64 years old well-known resident of South Con- nellsvillc, dies while eating the evening meal. Twenty-three buihels o£ potatoes arc taken in at the Paramount and Soisson theatres by Manager C. A Wagner as the price o£ admission The potatoes are given to the Salvation Army for distribution. I. L. Sparks dies at Indian Head. A. C. Glim, 87 years old, a native of Fayette county and a veteran o the Civil War, dies at his son's hom in East Connellsvillc. Wesley Galley, 88 years old, dies at his home in Lower Tyrone township. This was the (list illness he had during his lifetime. Roofing Flant Damaged. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 12.--Fir Tuesday night caused damage esti mated at $5,000 to the plant of Hofman Grossman Company, a roofing concern. The blaze originated in a bcction of the building that housed ta paper and roofing supplies. Defective wirins was believed to haw teen the cause. Is Your Nose a Target? IB your nov i misled--is it eloRRtd ·with mucu»--!*»your throatcetchoked with pbkero --am you losing your MUM of taste, smell, duo to a coUI-Are your bresthinc puuuigen eorloJ tip* (Jet a tube or jar of Mrntaolatura today, Wake up tomorrow moraine wi th a clearer head and feeuac liVe a new peraon. This nooth- ing baltn--when applied In the nwtnls--vapor* IKB almost inatnitly, IU active co-nlortinc vapors help break up the chokioc mucu.*, iff lieve irritation and local conceatioa and open up ·tuffy breathine paMUfcs. AlcotboUtum stay* put and brine* aootbrntr comfort Kith every brratb. Auk your dmczut (or MentboUUim today. ID jam or tuba. 20£. C*vntchtu».Tt* Money Loaned ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE UNPAID BALANCES RE-FINANCED $ 25 to $300 Call or See Us If You Need Money For Any Emergency Moderate Repayments Fayette Loan Co. 510 1'itlc · Trust Co. Kills- Conncllsvillc, 1'n. Telephones 244-866 Prompt. Courteous Convenient Service . Another Modern Self-Service Super Market for Connellsville --North Pittsbarg and Peach Streets-- (THESE PRICES ALSO EFFECTIVE IN ACME MARKET-117 W. CRAWFORD AVENUE) Fancy Sweet eas Choice Calif. Peaches 2 Lusk's Fruit Cocktail 2 Gibb's Pork larec large ·16 07.. Solid Pack Early June Peas 4 -,,; 23c Mixed Vegetables 1 ^ ^ 5c Quality Corned Beef '«»· 15c Campbell's Tomato Soup 3 c,n 2Oc Fancy Tuna Fish 5^? 2~ss 27c Wet Pack Shrimp 2 r, 27c CHEESE Wisconsin Hrick !'' Illc Quality Margarine lb. 15c 2 Ibs. 17c EGG NOODLES TOMATO PASTE Midas, ] C c. 1 Ap cellophane pkg. Domestic 6 or. can 5c GOLDEN KRUST Ioill/cd or rialu Hluo Snn tu Clixrns Baby Caiiis. I'/; !b. Pkcs. "keat-flo Banner Day Jh Blend IU " FRESH AND SMOKED MEATSI SWEET, JUICY, TREE-RIPENED R I B ENDS Whole or Half Loin Ends lb. 15c lb. 17c What a Value-Think of It * Twelve for a N icicle Wilson's Certified It). YOUNG TENDER BRANDED BEEF Crescent Sugar Cured, Large Whole ,. or Shank IB Half Sugar Cured Heavy Assorte Fancy JSoncs, -M .. Waste. /_ ID llonily for Vnn Sweet Juicy Florida LARGE, MEALY WHITE, Q U I C K COOKING F u l l l S I b . Peck Heavy With - u , Sparklinsr Juice, _^ tQI" Large Size R- lew Green Lettuce - 7c Yellow Fancy Red Yams^O 1138 -

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