The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 31, 1930 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 31, 1930
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PAGE EIGHT. CU tr.KXE K, CX7JVIT£IIjJu35Vll^JjJG;, I'A. , of Minnesota *'We shall preserve equality for opportunity for our children and for those who come 'after them. Your great organization is pledged to that purpose. 3 " I.G.ArOATS r ,"~Per Pkg. lOc Sauer Kraut, 2 No. 2 l / 2 Cans 27c California Sardines, I GJL,2eans23c" Tapioca, Pearl, Per Pkg. 10c; Salad Dressing, Per Jar 25c^ Cocea, I.G.A., Delicate flavor, ^ Ib. Can lOc Jelly, Yoisr (Mice of Flavors,2 Glasses f or!9c, Matches, i.G.A., 6 lloxes for I9c Raisins,FancySeeded,I.G.A.perpkg11 c Tomato Soup, I.G.A.,3 Cans for 23c Peaches, I.G.A., sliced or halved, 6 Cans $1.57 Peanut Butter, LG.A,, per pkg. 23c Buddy Cookies, Ib. 31 c PAMCAKE FLOUR, ULA., 2 for 19c| SPICES, I.G.A 9c HARVEST CREAM iREAD ; International Bukme 1 Go. i OCTAGON SOAP America's best laundry soup 10 for all purposes. Sac cou pons for preuiinius of greater alae. Regular HOMI£ OWNED STORES Cokes IVORY AND BLUE FRONTS ^ ^ 5 DC Fashiions Palm Bejich Danes Frocks "Have A Moonlight Quality. By FRANCES PAGBT Copyright, 1D30, by Style Sources NEW YORK, Jan 31---In tune with ihe romantic era of fashion which is uelng revived are descriptions of 'moonlight night frocks" which aie !eiug sent up from the southlands. This phrase conjures up a charming picture of the eheeu of eatine in pearly tinte, such as are woin for dancing In moonbathed patios, Whlto cads, so go the reports, end It is'im- portant to note that the white Is white--not one of the off-white shades which there has been such an enthusiasm. Soft, pink and peach ghadee uro also frequently m-entionedCItt any reports of Palm Beach night life. That ·vhita lapln coats are liked at this i esont i8 not particularly surprising i ince ermine- hae alwaj^ been a far- orito there. Interest in flowered chiffons for (ening i« being revived by enthusiastic reports that smart ^voinon are invariably including dance frocks of this chaiatcor In their southern ward- lobes. While floral motifs quite naturally load, there arc many charming [ t i n t s employing other designs, the t^at motiff being among the one most frequently mentioned. As is consistent with the mode, the frocks worn south as w e l l as north ( ic extremely long, and have a deeply t u t decollete The temptation to add ,ml grace with the inches is u. tr tho extent t h a i trains i ro anam both a probloin ami a delight. Do Yoti DreadPain . After Eating? '+r^***+**fvn*r++i*r++f++.f+^f++4*+*f^r^f^ f Alrtjost as bad a^ digestive pain itset/ is tho ariUc'lpatlon ot it, the kncwled^a that if j o u eat oeitaln fooda ( a l w a y s tho unea j o u llko beet) pain and clija- tiesb will suiely follow. Thla feeling la as mmeressaiy as tho pain itaslf bo- taus. o u can prevent all possibility of tllge tlvo trouble, or, If the pain has alrondy started, you can relieve It Ins t a n t l y by taking a llttlo Blsuratod Maeriieala--either powder or tablets In watct after meals This removes the caus of the tiouble by neutralizing' the exca 3 stomacH acid wlhch Is present when pain follows eating Toti can get BJau ated Magrneula from.any tit u^g-lat. It la the slti'o, safe nnrl f,pbe(]j treatment used f o r ears, the woild ovor. for I anislilAg dltestiva disorders--Advertisement, Confluence \ CONFLUENCE, Jan 31-t-kB. Brown QjmCHE|TE£SPJLLS l l tUtp^Ud*ut a (?«l4 mrtl"l:\y ikkn »i oi^*4» llwf of y««r ^ ri llSSoNO 5nriAHi Plidr, lot 8* soiDKi^fiEislyESS ivas a recent 'business visitor in Connellsville. j Daniel Smith who Underwent a eeen operation at the Franta Hospital lore Tuesday |fe getting along as w fl aa could bo expected. Tih etuflents of tao Io9al ( fetigh Schonl will present an operetta/- "The Windmills of Holland," ,-jtt tho High School auditorium Friday evening, February 14. Word received by Juetlco of the Poaci T. B. Coughonour Crom bis w^fo who is in the Majo Hospital, KochQB- tor, Minn., taking treatment stated she te improving In health and experts to return home about February 15 , M. M, Thomas has returned to hia home at Meyer^dale after a buainees vlalt to Somerneld and Marlcleyaburg. Mr i. Ixsona Stucklor of Vaiiderbllt , utui all-ed heie on account o£ the jll- utna of hor Cather, Daniel Smith. I H a i r y Hweitzer, Wc,etern Mz ryland ' op6» tor who hae been ill with a Bioge of atomach troubjo ig again able 1 , to p rtoim hie usual dutlpe. M H. Vought of Fort Hit I was iimoi g tho hublnees vieitoi-s here yea- tonUy. Advance ! Spring Showing TOPCOATS Tailored by MICHAEL-, stERNS Garments that bring thot ghts of Spring . . . tailored to perfection by master crafts nen. Topcoats tfyat meet with the approval of well groomed nen. Priced from $25 to $40. BILLY GOLDSTONE Title Trust Bidg. \ Reinold Winterhaltei Makes 46th Anniv^rsary Gala Occasion fcr 225 Heinold Winterhaltor, jovial character and one ot the best knowa citizens ot VandoJbiH, for the past 10 years has been celebrating his birthday annivonary cvei f year with an elaborate banqtiot ami on. Tuesday evening--Use occasion oJ his i6th-- ho was host to 235 pel tons at the spacious VandorbiH Mixwe Hall On a hutiUug trip bomo timo ago Mr. "\Vinterh.ilter baggofl a bear and a dear lie placed the carcasses in cold storage and they served to make up the majors portion of the dinner. The bear weighed 280 pounds and the deer 1S5 pounds, a total of 465 pounds. Guests from PHtsburg, MrtCoes- port, Morsantown, Fainnont, Brownsville, Uiiiorilown, ConnellsirlUo, Scott- dalo and other snurounrting towns were assembled at the festal board which preceded an Interesting program ot speaking, music and cards, including' euchre, pinochle and flvo hundred. A vocal selection by Joseph Rulli, proprietor ot the Vanrterbllt Hotel, rendered in Italian, was a feature of tho musical entertainment, Clark Wildman of Mprgantown, past supreme dictator o f ' t h e Loyal Order of Moose, was tho principal speaker, eUolling the benefit's of the organ izaUon Other sp-oakera were. William Paul, McICeesporf, dictator of Vanclerbllt lodge; Mr. Grumbley, Scottdale; Harry Keller, Uniontown; Jerry CaliEtri (] Charleioi; AVllliain Sparrow, Smock; Oharlea Hustead, Uniontown; William Duff, Brownsville Moose steward; Robeil Hogsett, Uaionlowii; Tax Collector Brady, Charlerol; Mr. Piper, Oharleroi, and Thomas Evans, decretaiy of the Moose in Connollsville. Mr. Winterhalter was remembered by his many *filen|ds who showered him with handkerchiefs, neckties and scarfs. William Sparrow and friends of Smock presented him with, an overstuffed reclining chair. The gathei ing, the Ij5th annual one, the largest ever in attendance, The first dinner was attended by a hundred persons and tho size giew Tap- idly each" year. Mr. Winterhalter's three sons, Paul, James and Alien, are accomplished musicians. In addition to being on the rolls of the American Legion Community Band of Vanderbllt, they ClusJfiod Ad». Tb y bring rosuJts, FOR CONSTIPATION effective M smaller ttses SAFE SCIENTIFIC play foi the F -emeu's Band of Con- U'.'llavills'. Pan and James are mem- bars of Klfwli 's Orchestra of Con- uollsville. The (hree brothers, rersa- Lilo in tho use of wind instruments, ltavt appeared oner station KDKA, Pittsburg, on n any occasions. WOMEN SHOULD LEAI;N DSES- 01' MAGNESIA To women w o suffer from nausea, or bo-called "n orning sickness," thi simple measure Is proving a blessing. Most nurses kn w it and It i? advised b f leading spe lalists. Prepare a bt all quantity of finely ciackod ice--a )out a wiftegJassful. Pour over it a easpoontul erf Phillips A3 ilk of Magnes a. Sip slowly until the mixture is gone or you are entirely relieved- It Is st Idom necessary to repeat the dose- 11 end sick stomach or any inclination to vomit. Its anti-acid .roperties enable Phillips Milk of I tagnesla to give immediate lelief in heartburn, sour stomach, BUS, Its mild, but effective laxative action issurea regular bowel movement. Use I as a mouthwush it helps pi event i eld erosion and tooth decay during e peotancy. With every lx ttle of Phillips Milk of Magnesia, come full directions for its many u i ?es. A] drug s'tores have tho 2!3o and 50c sii 38. Demand the- genuine, endorsed 1 y doctors for over 50 years. "Milk of Mp ;nesia" has been the U. K. Begistertd Irade Mark of the Chas H, Philiii 3 Chemical Co. and its predecessor, Cl as. II. Phillips, since 1875 --Advertjsi ment. O uopyle OIJIOPYLE, . ependiny a fe-w a?id Pitlsourg i Mrs, N. A. K Wilma, and Mrr Thuredfiy shop] Mrs. )31e to PI Uniontown Wet W. A Walla motored to Con yeetreday. Miss Ruby I Confluence Tin Edward Ship home after a i burg. Mr. and Mrs Thured-ay for K weeks spent jn Ben Morrlsoi Whipk«y Coi Mr, and Mrs spent Wedneed Mrs. Dengil Set an. 31--E. L, Kurtz is days i^ McKeesport n business. totter and daughter, . Leroy Knotter, spent Ing in Confluence, imlng: was il visitor Jn nesday. s 'e and Blma Wallace lollsville and Scottdalo ivls "was a viBitor in raday. yy hae returned to his isit epeut at Waynes- Reese Weave left on ttannlng after several j Ohiopyle. driver for R. W. ipany IB ill with grip, H. Hall ot Hop wood ly visiting Mr. and looking for Bargains 1 If so, read t! e advea-Usinig columns of The Daily ( omrier. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 , , » JSjy Special Permission of the Manufacturers 2 DAY SALE of the Famous Friday and Saturday Only Duofold Cotton Union Suits-Were $2.75 -- Now Duofold Wool Mix t Uruon Suits- Were $4.00 -- Now ...j Duofold Wool Union Suits- Were $5.00 -- Now fa A *HE? $4.25 Duofold Silk and Wool Union Suit% Were $5.00 -^ Now , Duofold better grade Silk and Wool Union Suits--Were $5.75--Now Billy Goldstone Title Trust Bldg. THE F G5 Full Fashioned Silk Hose, Saturday Special ,, Closing out Ladies Merode suits. to $2.98 value Ladies' rayon Silk Und -,, to $1.25 value, '7O,r* I «/L Saturday special Ladies' and Children's Slip-on Sweaters, to $1-95 value ,.. Ladies' Corduroy a n d lanket Robes, value $3.95 --Saturday special ON STORE 130 W. Crawford Avenue All Remaining Winter ND LESS $12.95 $19.75 $24.75 $29.75 $39.75 $49.75 $59.75 $69.75 Coats--Now $ (J.47 Coats-^-Now , $ 9.87 Coats--Now ,, $i;.37 Coats--Now $14.87 Coats--Now $ 19,87 Coats--Now $24.87 Coats--Now $29.87 Coats---Now , , $34.87 Mew Spriiig Sim rt copies of much higher priced models. Every one fashioned iw the spring styles and of the newest fabrics Uneven hems! Moulded hipllnes! Lace collars! Jabotf-! Bolero effects! And niany others! Sizea for misses and larger women. las si fled Ads

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