The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 13, 1939 · Page 5
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January 13, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13,1930. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVIL^E. PA. PAGD FIVE. Scottdale Education ,, Board Has Housing Problem for Fall Nectar for a Nymph Supt. Bulick Estimates Influx of 220 Students For Next Term. SCOUTS PREPARE FOR ANNIVERSARY Special fo Tho Courier SCOTTDALE, Jan. 13--S B. Bulick, superintendent ot the public schools, presented ,an enrollment report to the board 'ol directors at its regular meeting Monday evening, for study before school opens next fall. At present, he said, there, \vere 759 pupils enrolled, and that it was estimated that HO students would be graduated and that would reduce tho student body to 619, and that at present it looks as if there would be 220 students coming in, bringing the total to 839. The question presented was where that many students could bo housed In the present building j The board acknowledged a contribution of an electric range from David Brilhart to its domestic science department E C Auld was recommended to the council as member of the library board. John M. Pyle was elected delegate io the directors' convention to be held at Harnsburg February 3 and 4 Plan Anniversary. The District 6 committee of the Boy Scouts of America met at the Y. M. C A. Mondiy evening, ot which time tentative pians were laid lor the observance ol Scout Anniversary 'Week, February 8 to 14. Stress will be placed on individual troop activities, along with hand cralt exhibits in store windows. During the week, Chairman R. F. Darsic of the Scout advancement committee plans to hold a court ol honor which will be open to the public, the date and place to be announced. The district committee urges parents who have sons in Scouting, to have the boys present at the regular meetings ol the troops. A lull attendance is necessary so that the work carried on by the scoutmasters will not be hindered Baptism Sunday. A class of 20 will be baptized at 11 o'clock Sunday morning, January 15, at Morning Star Baptist Church. At 7-30 o'clock Sunday evening the communion service will be held Rev. Lewis \V. Steward, the pastor, will be in charge of the services A cordial invitation is extended to all to be present. Hear Travel Tall?. The Book Club met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs A. J. Strickler, at which time Mrs Josiah Beyn-1 olds told of her recent trio,to England. Miss Ada Vance reviewed the book, "Sister Eileen." At the close ol the'program a social hour was held, with refreshments. Miss Blanche Lowry, Mrs. Addison Gordon and Miss Dorothy Campbell were joint hostesses. Firemen to Attend Service. The fire department will meet at its rooms at 2 30 o'clock Sunday afternoon and attend a service at the St. John's Church in a body. The department will wear civilian clothes. Babe In Rhodes Home. Mr and Mrs Lee Rhodes announce the birth ol a daughter at Frlck Memorial Hospital at Mount Pleasant, Thursday morning. Mrs. Khodes was Miss Martha Brown. Recovering Alter Operation. Miss Janet Louise Echard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Echard of McCune avenue, who underwent,an operation at Frlck Memorial Hospital at Mount Pleasant Wednesday, is getting along nicely. Dunbar Revival Closes Monday; Evangelist Will Relate Story of Life ""he reviial meetings at the Methodist Protestant Church of Dunbar arc drawing crowds. Rev. Neil Me- Intyre, Scotland's blind evangelist, is the attraction The song sen ices conducted by Mr. Mclntyrc are outstanding features. He was a portable organ. His solos are of his own compostion. To accommodate the crowds, the Sunday school room has been opened Monday night January 16, finishes the campaign. At that time Rev Mc- In.yre will give his life story, weaving Into it a cruise around Scotland on the mission yacht Albatross, of which he was a member for 12 years "Do not fail to hear this wonderful story, crowded wth adventure pathos and humor. Come early anc secure a seat, as a large gathering is anticipated," said the pastor. Rev. W S Hamilton KILL THAT ITCH (Scabies) IN 30 MINUTES. Avoid the embarrassment and dlsconv ol ITCH (Scablc). Go to CJarke'c x Store And get * GOc bcttlc GATES SANATIVE LOTION [t kllH every Itch mite tt touches In 30 minutes Money back if not satisfied--Advertisement 265 Electricity Uses WAYNESBURG, Jan 13--Speak, ing to the Community Club, D. \V Rice of Pittsburgh, director ot Wcs Penn Power Company's rural electrification, declared there are 2GS different uses for electricity on th farm. Gangster Movies, Church Raffles Scored by Judge By United Press FAIRMONT, \V. V i . Jnn 13 -Judge Charles I! Mlllei, chniglng the Marion county giand jury, blamed Inciease In Juvenile crime here on gangster movies and parents "At least eighty pci cent of child delinquency," the criminal court judge scud, "cin bo charRCd directly to parents who jllow their boys and girls to run about the streets at nil hours ot tho nlghl ' He added that ' thcic should be a 1 nv pcrmittinfi censorship ot movn.s and explained a number o£ youiu- steis facing Indictment tor robbeilcs, purse Mialcliings and burglaries id- milted ' they got their Ideas from the movicb ' The Judge also scored church rallies, spying thoi are as much T violation of the gambling statute as iny foim ol gunblmg" With seventy-five presentments to consider, the juiy was expected lo rcpolt In ibout three days | Among the cases set for lOtlial is that of Mrs Mattic Gomsi Monongah Negro accused of killing her paramour, Robctt Mitchell Mrs. Coins was sentenced to die but the supreme couit set the verdict aside. liooUne Games. Knights of SI George basketball quintet ot Latrobe is desirous ot booking games with teams and asks that intetested patties write George F Miller, 103 Ervlng avenue. Latrobe, CO|LDS, roicr and Jlcadnohcs Outi to colds try Ilub-My-TXm-a Wonderful Liniment Liquid, Tflblclf, Safvc. Nose uropi Sunning on tho palm-fringed beach at Miami, oa nymph Kitty Hathaway, finds that * cocoanut provides n dclcctabla cocktail. tCtabolPrcn) Dr. Grossman fo Address Vanderbilf Club Women Dr. F E Grossman of Cowiolts- ville will speak at the January meeting of the Saturday Afternoon Club of Vanderbilt at which Miss Hazel Clelland will be hostess Saturday afternoon. Tho meeting was postponed from last Saturday. Unlonlemn Library Head UNIONTOWN, Jan 13--Judge S John Morrow wns elected president of the Public Library Asoclntion 'Two Serpents" fo Be Sermon Theme Tonight Rev. William J. Rltchey will preach on "The Twin Serpents" at the East End United Brethren Church evangelistic service at 7 30 o'clock tonight. Thcie will be a rpeclal selection by a children's chorus New Wlndbcr Minister. SOMERSET, Jan 13 -- Rev. J Raymond Powell ot Trafford will become pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at Wlndbcr, succeeding Rev J. Harold Gwynne, resigned, to go to Martins Ferry, Ohio. Well help you w/u/e-away the dreary days GAMES FOR YOUNGSTERS AND OLDSTERS Hours of Enjoyment With Jig Saw Bingo Battle or Wits Rins? Toss Tlddlefly "Winta Dominoes Authors Lotto Rummy Anagrams Checkers Checker Boards PUZZLES Chinese Checkers 49c TaWnfr tlio Country By Storm. STORIES TO PLEASE EVERY BIG LITTLE BOOKS FOR BOYS New Somerset Attorney. SOMERSET, Jon. 13 -- Frank lAicentc was admitted to the Somerset County Bar Association, being the second accepted for practice here In two months. He as a native of Mcy- crsdale, being a son ot Mr. and Mrs. Santo Lucente o£ Meyersdale. Tom Swift Ll'l Abner Men With Wings Handrake--The Magician Secret Apent X9 Smoley Stover ttoyal Mounted Bnck Rogers i Dan Dunn Finnic Boj and tho Indian's Secret Jackie Cooper in Gangster's Boy FOR GIRLS 3Iyra Ii'orth Big Chief Wahoo I/lttlo Orphan Annie · Perry Winkle Annie Rooney Mickey MOHSP BOY and GIRL KIDDIES FOR Amusing and Educational I-'crdinnnd the Bull S Little Kittens OIngcr Brcnd Boy Happy Days Iilttlo Mothers Tuppy Kitty 3 Little Pigs Mother Goose ' 9 Stories PAI7VT AND COLORING BOOKS Tho Story Paint Book "Whopper Top-Kot«h Ht-Yo Silver Fun On tho Farm Tho Champ A B C Coloring Book Blue Ribbon Coloring Book Pointless Paint BooV. Counter 3--Main Floor. T O Y S Kites . Balls Jacks Without a Country Skates _____ Harmonicas Banks __ ___ _ Bnhber Animals lend Soldiers ,,. oC _2 for Sc, 5c, lOc, SOc,"S5c -«. -- ..«~ «. ,,« ^ Sc --Be, lOc, 15c . 50C, $1.00 -5c, lOc, 2oc lOc, 20c lOe, 2.'.c _ _ 3c TIncIe Sam's Defenders All Metal and Rnhber Toys , Tool Sets ._ Trucks nnd CBM Toy Brooms Toj Ccdnr 3Iops Tea Sots ,...-., Son In? Sets Dolls . .10r _.Sc, 10c lOc 23e _15c Counter 10--.TMaln Floor. . , lOc lOc, 20c lOc, 25c ~.5c, lOc, 23 'Meet Your Friends At MURPHY'S 5 10" 3Icsrov Kaiusban hopes to rcnmin in Meadville, Pa, by proving ho is a man without « country. When he applied for citizenship papers in 1937, it was discovered he had entered the United States illegally yean belor*. The government has been feckin? a Turkish passport co lit can deport him, but the area in which he was born has been taken 'from Turkey by treaties and Turkey won't accept him. (Central Prut) Such Flowers ! Puts a room in a chccrj, clicerj mood, pnr tlcnlarly ulicn tlicj'rc from 'iisturliums Pt-onlcs Daisies / Asters Culla. TJHes Punslcs Apple Blosonts Topples Hoses i Dogwood lloncysucklc drake your OTMI floi\cr arranitPmciit or no'll be glnd to make one for jou. Tascs . ,'ic, lOc, itc, 2flc, 25c, t')c l?lowor Holders ,, . lOe Flo« er-T/ItP!), box of 7 ,, ,, 20c Counter 1--Main Floor. L A D I E S ! Start j o u r needle to spinning'. Mn)»o these piy colorful percales up into dresses, aprons, curtain'!, drapes, slip coders or scarfs. 10c yd. Simplicity Patterns Counter 22--Dim ustalrf. 15c SEWING NOTIONS , 3 luch to 42 Inch ,, 15c to 80c Fancy Unttons, card . . . loc Ituckles and Slides . . . lOc Thread .. ,, .. _ 5c--3 for 2,"c Bias Tape ,, _ . . _ ,, oc, lOc \eerilcs, pkg; ,, . , »10c, loc, 20c, 2oc, 38c, 4f)c Counter 8--Main Floor. WITH S E L E C T E D M E R C H A N D I S E TO 1 "THE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN TOWN" CONNELI.SVILLE, PENNA. January 13,1339 SELF-SERVICE. SAVE THE MOST ON THE BEST. 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Slit, Sweet, Juicy Florida Oranges Heavy, Juicy Grapefruit New Green Cabbage Sweet Potatoes or Yams Crisp Iceberg Lettuce Red Beets and Carrots for , CrlMp Tender CELERY HEARTS Urgo g o bunch 3* Fancy Fresh and Smoked Meats'. Rid Ends Whole or Half Loins 15c Fancy Loin End Cuts 17c Wilson's Certified Ib. End Cuts. From Young Bmndod Beef Whole or Shn.lU Hnlf Ib. 19V 2 c Freshly-Ground Beef Assorted Luncheon Meat 0. H, Heavv Bacon ,,, Fancv Quality Fish Fillets 2 ,, I9ic , I5c pint , cn

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