The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 5, 1938 · Page 12
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 5, 1938
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i-AUE TWELVES. ' DAILY COURIER, CONNiSUbSVUAJU, PA. WEDNESDAY, 'JANUARY 5, 1938. MT. PLEASANT APPROVES TWO WPA PROJECTS School Board Will Have Bleacher Section Built. SEND SECRETARY TO CONFERENCE Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. S^The Mount Pleasant Board of Education on Monday eevning sponsored two WPA projects. One is for the purpose ol taking inventory of all school supplies and property within the buildings and the second was for erection of permanent bleachers at the athletic field. Federal funds to the amount of 60 per cent of the cost of the project will be furnished by the government. The.bieachers will seat 1,400 persons. ~ It was decided to advertise for bids on materials, but further action will be delayed until a later date. _ It was also decided to make repairs to the heating system in the Thud Ward building. Russell J. Myers, secretary, was authorized to attend the 25th annual session of the State Association of School Board Secretaries that will convene in Hamsburg on February 1. He also was instructed to stay over in Harrisburg for the annual directors' meeting to be held there on February 2 and 3. Talks Before Kotarlans. Westmoreland County Commissioner Kell was the speaker before the Rotary Club at its regular weekly dinner meeting held at the National Hotel on Tuesday evening. Frank Barnhart was program chairman. Entertain V. F. W. Head. Commander Charles Shcbal of Bunton and Malek Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, headed a committee that met and entertained John V. Retired Railroader Now Plans lo Travel Samuel Bockcs, a freight conductor of the Baltimore | Ohio Hailroad who retired on January I, had never taken any extended! tram trips during the 39 years, one month and 18 days he was in service but_he and Mrs. Bockes arc planning to travel quite extensively, including a contemplated trip to California, he informed rail officials. Mr. Bockcs was born at Gorrctt, Somerset county, on November 28, 1870, and on November 13, 1808, entered the service of the Baltimore! Ohio as a brakeman. He was | promoted to freight conductor on April 9, 1904, which post he maintained up to his retirement. Until 10 years ago Mr. Bockcs had been on the Berlin branch and then he was transferred to the main line where he continued In the freight service until his retirement. Mr. and Mrs. Bockes reside at 223 Emley street, Cumberland. SCOTTDALE , POST BUYS NEW HOME Legionnaires Purchase North Chestnut Street House. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Koran of Philadelphia, commander of the Department of Pennsylvania, Tuesday evening at the veterans' home here. Accompanying Commander Horan were Lloyd Pike, department junior vice-commander, and C. A, Gnau, department adjutant. The visit was brief, the men being on their way .to Umontown where they attended a meeting of the Fayette County Council, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Week of Prayer. The annual week of prayer is bo- ing observed in Mount Pleasant. Monday evening services, were held in the First'Reformed Church with Rev. George C. Booth, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, delivering the sermon. Tuesday evening's service was held in the United Brethren Church with Rev. S. S. Cuthbert, pastor of the First Baptist Church, m the pulpit. This evening's service will be held In Methodist Episcopal Church, Thursday's in the Reunion Presbyterian Church, and Sunday's in the Church of God. SCOTTDALE, Jan. 5.--All transactions have been completed but the transfer of the deed whereby the Brooks property in Noith Chestnut street becomes the property of Thomas A. Lewcllyn Post No. 240, American Legion, as-its future home. The property consists of a large brick house containing 10 rooms, one of which is 20x30 feet and will be used as a meeting place. Other rooms, all laige, will be fitted up for band practice, auxiliary room, junior legion and Boy Scout rooms. Very little remodeling wil be necessary. Odd Fellows Dance. lola Rcbekah lodge held a New Year dance in the Odd Fellows Hall on Monday evening for Odd Fellows and their \.ives. There was a good crowd in attendance. W. C. T. U. Has. Mcctinjr. A business meeting of the Scottdale union of the Women's Christian Temperance Union was held Tuesday afternoon after the prayer service that is a part of the week of prayer observance. The meetings are being held each afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Methodist Episcopal Church. Informal Rotary Program. An informal meeting marked the Rotary Club dinner in the Presbyterian Church on Monday evening. There was no speaker. Golden Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. John Kritschgau, pioneer residents of Scottdale, will hold open house from 2 until 5 Christmas Seal Sales Total $532 At a meeting of the Woman's Culture Club Monday afternoon, Mrs. H. C. Bariow, chairman of the annual Chiislmas seal sale, announced | that she has received $532.40 from I the campaign and that Connellsville i township is yet to be heard from. I The school children from this town- ; ship are expected to 'urn in at least $40. Mrs. Bai-row and ,hcr committee express their appreciation to all those who aided in making the campaign a success. o'clock, and from 7' until 9 o'clock on Monday, January 10, in honor of their golden wedding anniversary. Many old friends of the couple are expected to be present upon this occasion. Mrs. C. E. Murphy of Greensburg, siser of Mrs. Kritschgau, Miss Margaict Kritschgau, Mrs. Harol Kritschgau and Mrs. John Krjtschgau of Scottdalc will assist in entertaining. New Evcrson Burccss. Oliver Shannon, who has rounded out 24 years as burgess of Everson, has been succeeded by Stanley M. Wisniewskl. Mr. Shannon was Evcr- bon's fourth burgess. Dr. M. A. Noon the first burgess, having been appointed by the court, and Harry E. Shaw was first to be elected. James Bcnford was the third. Burgess Shannon was first elected in 1914. He was not a candidate last November. Evcrsnn Council Organizes. At its organization meeting on Monday evening, the Evcrson council elected Walter Bednarowici as president and Charles O'Ncll as secretary. Chimney Fire. A chimney fire in Kicfertown was responsible for a call to the Scottdale fire department at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. Somerset Man Dead. SOMERSET, Jan. 5. -- Michael Balya, 67, died Monday at his home near here. He leaves his wife, seven children and a brother. ^Annual Sale of Now is iEe time lo Euy on automatic water Hooter--you can save money on this special sale. .Check up now and find out if your present water Heater Is serving you adequately at a minimum cost. No matter what kind oi hot- water system you now have--it costs money to run. If it is an old-fashioned system, its cost may be all out of proportion to the service it gives. Find out what the cost is. Compare it with the economy-cost of running a Rex--the King of Water Heaters and make your own penny-for-penny, service-for-service choice. Find out how to get the most hot water for your money. Wo * B will gladly help you make this comparison. The Rex Water Heater is ono of the world's Hesl--and we can assure you of perfect Hot Water service once it is installed in your home. Save HO- 00 During This Sale Trade-in your old water healer. FOR A LIMITED TIME we, will allow you 510.00 for your old heater, regardless of its make or condition. . . * 3 .00 Made, in Several Sizes to moot every Hot Water Domand 24 Small Monthly Payments Come in today ... see this wonderful heater just OB it will be in your home ... Buy Now ... Save Money. FAYETTE COUNTY GAS CO. 302 South Pittsburg St. Phone 322 Thursday is the 1st Suburban Day of 7938, beginning another year of. Special Savings featured each month on this Special Day! Regular 69c ' KNITTING YARN 57c hank Special Thursday, Friday, Saturday! 3% ounce hanks. Box of 36 KOTEX 2 for . . $1.11 72 pads in all. Phone 890. Box of 500 KLEENEX 2 for . 55c Save considerably on A New Dress Were u p to $8.1)3 .. VffTK lip to Sli.'JS ... .NOW $3.8! NOW Prints and solid colors in styles lor misses and women. Be thrifty Suburban Day 3 COAT SPECIALS Wore to §12.95 Ftecce Tweed Coats, ]\'on . ,. _......,,._ Were to gl«.95 Cusrial Coats .,, Yfcre to $09.00 1'ur Coats Misses' Tno-FIcce Reg. $10,95 Tailored Suits . .. $12.95 $48.00 $5.95 81x90 MOHAWK first quality Sheets ea. Dxtni .special . Stock up :it White Sale Sav- n gs! Quill Cotton in 72.\90 sheets, roll . _. 44c 72x8 1 .-»% r. S3.25 Hlankeli, . .. 29c Russian Crash Toweling, yd 23c 50c Mercerized Table Cloth Damask, yd 43c 88x105 Bates Bedspreads S2.9S ·uiliic _ Outstanding bargain. Cotton; reversible patterns. $1.97' 29c to 39c Value Spring Prints of K a y, 22c Pine cotton Striking prints, yd Steel Spring Unit Innerspring Mattresses $19.95 Special Value . ..... Made by Simmons expressly for Troutman's, to our own specifications. You're getting a big value--come early! 0 Day Special on Slip Covers Custom inndo for davenport 2 chairs... Special offer good until January I5th only! Made from your choice of our quality slip cover materials. Regular charge would be $45.00! Cotton Frocks Hoover Frocks Suburban l)ny at 2 for . ..,, 59c to 69c regularly. Print dresses and print wraparound Hoovers in 14 to 46 sizes. Cotton Daytime Frocks 95c Suburban Day only! Print Aprons 15c Reg. lOc Pkg. of Bias Tape 2 Thread, 3 pkgs 24c $3.98 Twin Sweater Sets, just-.. .. $2.25 Tots' Pajamas . 54c -Nainsook Slips --Nainsook Gowns 3 for $1.00 Wliito Sale Special White slips in V, straight and built up tops, 31 to 44 sizes. White and coloied fiowns in 16 to 20 sues. -5c AVoodliiirj'.s 1 Q Kace 1'oiuler . . 1»/C 50c Woodfoiirj's ^!Q/ Creams «J«/C. 35c 1'onds' Creams 39e 30c 1'epsoileut Antiseptic 40c Pepsodcat Tooth Pabte, 3 for Lux «t J/ii'cbuoy Soap, 10 for ... . 59c SALE HOSE Reg. 59c and 64c CHIFFON HOSE Thursday only you save lOc to 15c on every pair! 4 thread hose that are ringless, have runstop band, silk heel. In leading shades; S 1 /- to sizes. Misses' and Women's $1 .00 Woolen Gloves 79c Women's $3.95 Ina Shoes, now . $2.69 Big Values in Men's PAJAMAS and SHIRTS Irregulars of lo S1.95 Pajamas Clearance of to $1.0!) Shirts... Cea. Get all you need! It's your chance to save more than mere pennies! But come early for the cream of the crop! Men's Reg. $1.00 and §1.13 Knit Union Suits ... 88c 50c Men's Dress Socks, 5 prs $1.00 Seat S3..10 Vnliio . Woven fibi e clothes humpcrs. Gicen, \\hitc. 1 \ O ' Streamline, with cnsy till li.mdlp. Clothes Basket 27-Jncli PO M/O 3OC Sturdy willow; bi aided top. Dress Shields 3 prs. $1.00 with box of

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