The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 13, 1939 · Page 11
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January 13, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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FRIDAY, .TANHJARY 13, 193D. fHB COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA, PAGE ELEVEN. Joe Critchfield Heads Sportsmen At Confluence CONFLUENCE, Jan. 13. -- The Turkeyfoot Fish and Game Association, meeting Tuesday night, elected officers for 1039 as follows: President, Joe Critchfield; vice-president, George GrofI; secretary, Kenneth Williams, and treasurer, G. A. Frontz. It was decided to give away in March an entire fishing outfit. Charles Bird of Mill Run is very ill with a hcart'ailmcnt at his home there. Mr. Bird is a brother of Mrs. Cora Edgar of Confluence. Mrs. Laura Marklc and Mrs. J. D. Colborn were visitors at Somerset Wednesday. George Johnson returned to Scullton where he is employed, after spending the last few days at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burnworth were business visitors at Somerset Wednesday. Miss Felicia Flamgan has returned to her employment in Pittsburgh, after visiting her mother, Mrs. Susan Flanigan hero for the past month. Kitten Quiit That's So Effective COM «+»», uowwcw un. IMC PATTERN 6218 Household Arts by Alfcc Brooks Droll Quilt Molif Imilcs Your 'Scrap* Kitten Basket Applique Quilt News of Day Judge Puts Cost Of Kiss at $11 Molesting Girls Is Dangerous Business, Judge Boose Rules SOMERSET, Jan. 13.--Molesting girls is dangerous business in Somerset county. Judge Norman T. Boose warned as he jailed three men charged with assaults. Elwood W. Cupp, six-foot 26-year- old Jenncrs resident who calmly admitted an attack on a six-year-old girl barely half his size, was ordered to serve three years in Allegheny county workhouse and Donald Yon, also 26, of Somerset, was given six months in the county jail for molesting two girls here. A third defendant, Robert L. Soil of Windber, who admitted a "hug- King" campaign against women on the streets there, was ordered given a sanity test and if found to be sane will be arraigned before the court later for sentence. "You are one of the vilest criminals ·we have ever had before us," Judtfo Boose told Cupp. There's no pastime that pays better dividends in enjoyment and pride of ownership, than the old-fashioned art of quiltmaking. In this charming kitten basket applique quilt, you have something more--economy--for each basket may be of a different gay print from your scrapbag. Puss (she's in one simple patch) looks best done in a plain material--black, grey, ton, or perhaps white on a colored background. You'll find this applique effective on pillows and linens too. Pattern 6218 contains the Block Chart; carefully drawn pattern pieces; color schemes; step-by-stcp directions for making quilt; yardage chart; illustration of quilt. To obtain this pattern send ten cents in coin to The Daily Courier Household Arts Dcpt., 250 W. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Balances Shown By Board Secretary Reading of the secretary's report at the meeting of the Board of Education Monday night showed the following balances as of December 31, 1938: $6,215.89 in general fund. $10 02 in demand sinking fund. $73,213.02 in savings sinking fund. Bills ordered paid by directorate amounted to $3,748.43. These were classed as $3,105.75, general; $181.25, stadium, and $461.43, activities. Two County WPA Projects Approved Two more Fayctto county projects have been given Works Progress Administration approval. One fixes $5,623 for cleaning, repairing and rcbinding textbooks and school library books at Smithfleld. The other allocates $4,523 to clean and renovate public school buildings in Bedstone township. Mrs. John Gciscr Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 13.--Mrs. Eli/a- bcth Mae Gciscr, 61, wife ot John B. Geiser, caretaker at Camp Hamilton; near Windber, died Friday night at her home at the camp. She leaves her husband, eight children, six grandchildren, four brothers and two sisters. WARSHAL Sensational Savings Files S30G Suit. GREENSBURG, Jan. 13.--Ralph Ichugar of Scottdale entered suit against Mrs. Nettie Miller to secure payment ot $306, the amount o£ lu- neral expenses for the burial* of Hulda Lewis Miller June 3, 1938. Raps Mail Order Divorce Business CHICAGO, Jan. 13.--The American Bar Association recommended it be made a crime for lawyers to engage in the mail order divorce business. Informed that in some states the solicitation of divoice cases by mail had become almost scandalous, the association's house of delegates voted to sponsor in Congress a bill prohibiting the practice and providing maximum punishment of a year in jail and $1,000 fine. (Mrs. Mary Stannls Smith ot Hardy Kill lias been named ounbar correspondent for The Courier Her telephone number Is 2CG1 Persons with Items and ncwstips are requested to call Mrs. Smith.) DUNBAR, Jan. 13.--Mrs. James Rugg and daughter, Sleanore Janet, ot Baltimore, Md., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs./Lincoln Rugg. Johnny Klmk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klmk, is ill at Ijiis home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cramer and son, Frank, o£ Wilkinsburg were recent guest's at the home of Mrs. Cramer's siitter, Mrs. Charles Baker at Pechin. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Miller and son, Paul, and granddaughter, Audrey of Morgantown TV. Va , were recent visitors here. Paul Rcchcnberg and Patsy Sfcro were business callers m Connclls- ville Tuesday. Mrs. David Leaplme left Sunday for Rhmclander, WIs., where she will visit her son-in-law.and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Moyer. Mrs. Leaplme will also see the twin daughters born to the Moycrs sev- crfll days ago. Irvin Bryner and AHha Darnell were in Uniontown on business Tuesday. Mrs. Raymond Hardy visited Mrs. Hazel Murray in Connellsville Wednesday evening, Mrs W. R. Bowden attended the Woman's Culture Club meeting in Connellsville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Welles left today for Waynesville, N. C., where they will visit with friends and relatives. Misses Violet, Ora Hawk and J. T. McVcy and Arthur Rcchenberg motored to McKcesport Monday evening. Will Probated. GREENSBURG, Jon. 13 --The will of Frcdcrica Fox, late of East Huntingdon township, was probated here The estate is valued at $500. H. G Shradcr i* the executor. The property has been willed to relatives. INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 13.--Judge Charles J. Karabell placed a cash value of $11 on a kiss which State Policeman Gale Kecsen testified he saw Clyde Bailey, 21, Rive a woman companion while driving in heavy traffic. "Was that kiss worth $11?" asked the judge. Bailey did not reply. "Well, that's what it's going to cost you," ordered the court. Jews in Italy Want Expulsion Delayed By United Press. ROME, Jan. 13.--A committee representing Italy's '10,000 foreign Jews has sent a memorandum to Pnmo Minister Neville Chamberlain asking him to appeal to Bcmto Mussolini to postpone their expulsion, scheduled for March 12, it was said today in an authoritative quarter. FOLKS l* Amazing Rellaf for Due to sTugglih Bowol» H you thick all Uxatlvw »« uua. ;«« "r "^ . BO raild. uioroofli.ro- abla rellfi Irom ral (Miles «en ''*'' of SR (mm rou Mtto U.C U«t-- I* QUICK RELIEF FOR ACID INDIGESTION Land Purchase Abandoned. HARRISBURG, Jon. 13.--The Stale Water and Power Resources Board, shackled by an injunction pending in Dauphin county court, has abandoned a land purchase plan promoted by a college fraternity brother of Chairman James F. Bogardus, forest and waters secretary in Governor George II. Earle's Cabinet. At .Marshal's « SUITS · TOPCOATS · 0 'COATS in two great low-price groups $1150. All wool garments in newest and smartest styles-featured at two moneysaving prices. MEN'S HATS 'Xtra Special Men's $7.95 HORSEHIDE JACKETS H. WARSHAL Outfitters for 3Ien and Boys.. 5c, 10c, 25c TO ?1.00 STORES -- JANUARY -- of Ladies' Fine Quality Washable Print Dresses See lliese new 19IW dirndls, princp.ss, mid monastic stylos. and Fancy P E R C A L S Xc\v Ifl.'ff) I'rlnts. jtci;ulitr 15c YnrO. ' ' 1'ARD "Sw.eerheart Satin" Figure flattering (o wear under new sjirlnc frocks. Adjustable straps, strong seams, neat fmi.sli. Reg. 59c Artificial "Lifelike" Specials On TULIPS WIND FLOWERS R 0 S I'he FIo« er of the 3Ionth. Shop 0«r Counter For Complete Seletcions. Sizes Si to 44. January SPECIAL Ladies' Taffet Ve liuve t u o thousand slips ive"bought to sell lit (liis Ion price. All Departments on One Floor 5c and lOc Stores 25c to $1..00 Stores Rib Half 2 to 5 Pound Rmt 202-04 PITTSBURGH STREET Features Big Values in Fine Meats TENDER JUICY CHUCK \»* '" MV«B-^ d I Pork Sausage Link, Bulk or Country StyU Leg of Lamb SMnboM Rimov«d Cooked Hams NB ± k , 27c .«* 79c ^ 98c Pork Loin Loin H.lf. Ib. I7c Skinned Hams Whol. or Siring H«lf--Wllton't C.MIIi.d » 13c Cwittr Cell, Ib. 2!c .o 22c » 19c * 23c ROAST Choice Cub Ib Chickens. STEWING J Ib J-oi lo Mb T-oi Nit Packioi Wtloht For ROASTING 2 Ib lO-oi lo Mb 15-01 Nil fjel.g. W.lgkt Cut.from Quality St««r Bosf and recognized for fins flavor, fenderneis and real economy. In AP Martais all eufi of Chuck are well trimmed-excess fat and bone «r» removed-which assures you of real value. Serve one of these juicy tender roasts for Sunday Dinner. A f t D C~ WHITE or f\Ot.r \.Qm WHOLE 6HAIN lona Hominy lona Beets «EADYCUT AP Fancy Spinach AP Fancy Tomatoes Clapps Chopped Foods Heinz Baby Foods Ann Page Beans roRit Del Monte Asparagus f 0*1 Montt WJilta or Go!d«ft V.OIT) Ii"l4m ot D.I Hill NlbUfl 25c iJ;,25c «.°;, J 25c =", 23c «l5c «V" 25c lona Tomato Juice 4 «S29c Pineapple Juice D^MOM. Grapefruit Juice Mello \V heat FAKINA P% 15c Atlantic Laundry Starch pl£ 15c Arm Hammer Baking Soda pig 5c Old Dutch Cleanser 3 «TM23c Bowlene 17c Bon-Ami £r» ,v,10c AP Liquid Bluing 12-ox C bll DC Fresh Fruits and Vegetables STANDARD PACK YOUR CHOICE TOMATOES f t . CORN or PEAS Strawberries iV^B»ll^l \it · t~r~l»} Unclouilr Sw..t norH^Jkn |d.,| B«l4«rf FRESH PEAS * 10c FRESH LIMA BEANS » 10c f\ D t M BROCCOLI buncklOc EvwPiiom'uimu- , ^ HEARTS -* 10 O*Clock New Potatoes 6 *» 25c Lake Herring 'Cold Stream Pink Salmon «" 10c Fruit Juice 75c · Queen Anne Paper Naplcms .IM 5c Codfish lodr-to-Frr Fancy Wet Pack Shrimp f · FOR TASTY v.aviar SNACX* 3 Ring Anchovies Fancy Crabmeat 2'pV, I ,25c AP Fancy-Tiny Peas Sunnyfield Fancy Rice "Bartlett Pears Sunbrite Cleanser 3«i« 2 23c N c";» z 10c Blue Peter Sardines IMPORTED 3«r. 25c Philadelphia Cream Cheese 2 pig* 15c Wisconsin Swiss Cheese «. 23c !., 29c 25c Fancy Brick Cheese 3.r*10c illn rb 15C Lux Soap Flakes 2 £. 37c Margarine ?,£",£!'. 2 pi',, 39c Dinty Moore Beef Stew 2 c.TM 29c Green Beans long Sltlngl.n-R.*d( Cut YOUR CHOICE PALMOLIVE, LUX Macaroni or Spa S hetti K 19c LIFEBUOY, CAMAY 4 u.21c Del Monte Peaches 2±27c L«rg» H«lv«t or Dainty Sllctt Waldorf Tissue 6 ^ 23c P E A C H E S IONA-- HALVES OR SLICES Soft *nd Abiorbtnr Prices Below Effective in All AP Stores in This Vicinity ANN PAGE Gelatin Desserts 3 5 10c Six cfcltghlful pur* fruit flavor* that *rt^«iir to pripjrt and that ar« iur« to pUai* *vair m*m- · btr of th« famtl/. On* pack*gt mak*J four to tlx Hrvlngi. ANN PAGE " .SPARKLE · PUDDINGS Fresh Butter *A 2 B. 5Sc Conlumtr*Producer Campaign Pure Lard 2 ^ 17c In Sjnltary C*rtom . NUT MARGARINE 2 .b, 17c 8 O'Ciock Coffee , 39c An Economical Spread Mild «nd Miltow SIngt* pound bAQ Uc White House Milk 4 ± 22c Tour Mjn«r Can I luy Itltir Milk your cholc* of Butttncofch, V«nllt« or ChocoUf* -- prtpar«d In * jiffy -- pur* *nd wholatom*. LEMON PIE FILLING . . . . 3 plgi lOe Pure Cane Sugar S r 1. Cr«nuUt*d

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