The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 31, 1930 · Page 13
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 31, 1930
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1930, THB DAILY COURIE *, CONNjrlLbSVrLLE, PA. : ' THIRTEEN. u «^^ Fabrics for Spring may.. be had in a wide variety of attractive patterns. They emphasize gay tub4fast colprs*in long-Wearing materials. And the prices are exceptionally low. Hundreds of yards J -- dozens of patterns--a variety of fabrics---all l;8c per yarcf. Smart new prints and percales in light and .dark shades, all 36 inches wide. Shirtings and romper, c.loths in 28 inch width. All guaranteed fast color- Smart Percales 25c yd An exceptionally group of ''percales in l i g h t a n d d a r k Shades. 36 'inches wide. English Prints 38c yd. Women who sew will be delighted with the chic patterns a n d · fine quality, 36 inches wide. Owe Stanflhi£ Guarantee -- Satisfaction or Tfont Money Refunded. jf\ mm | or" m f cut f Look I Real Bargains! Kelly-Springfield TRUCK anil BUS T Buy Your Truck and Bus Tires Now! You'll save money. We have a limited supply of tide following sizes: ; These Are Cash Prices: 30x5 Truck, 8 pi;/ $17.95 34x5 Truck, 8 ply $19.45 32x6 Truck, 8 ply $20.95 32x6 Truck, 10 ply $27.25 36x6 Truck, 10 ply $29.25 34x7 Truck, 10 plly $35.95 ' · i ' ' ' · . ' . . · ' Auto Service Co ' · ,, " . - - . ' . *· We Recharge Batteries 305 West Crawfordl Ave. HAWKEYI MAN'S ARM SBATTERED IN MOTOR MISHAP , 4 __ Jamos tVilkiui at Memorial Hospital, 1 fount Pleas- tint, .f r Card. \ WILMERDWG - ·V/INS MATCHES i Special to ' 'ho Courier. SOOTTDAM,' Jai . 31.--James, ins ot Ha-wlipye ws i taken to. the Memorial Kcstf}tal''ai Mount PJtecsant ycsturday,, «ufferl) g with a,' severe fracture of, Ipis art i, "SfTlMne wan riding with a' man tamed llollte, aleo of Hewkeye,jta.,hi6 automobile, when the Hpllifl .ciir/coll ded with a car driven "by a Mr. POT ter. The accident occurred yesterday afternoon, near Old Bothany. ( ; ; 9JTro .False Alarms. . The- Soottdale Vclirateer TTiremen' yesterday answered wo calls, the^fifijt just as school was 1 saving out at -the noon hoar, from th box at the higti' school In (jjbeetnut i treet; It proved ,to. be a falfee alarm. Last evening a Fifth aveniie residen had cleaaed the grease out of his ca · and sot flro to it aiKl the i 1 ilremen »«°re again, moned to light fire vhere there nonet ^ ' ( f ' 'WtLmerdh»ff Tai es Honors, ^ Forty of the- WUme -ding Y. M. C. A, representatives were entertained by the Scottdale Y leal evening:. Tho "Wfiimerding men's · olleyball team walked off with tbrt a gam'ea, while Scottdalo got two. Th i Scottxiaje business Birls won two oii4 vj'f three volleyball games, Wiliaerdi xjf got 80 points In th« jpvriminlag ontos-te,, while Sootidalo had to lie's, tisfled ·* A vflry deMghtlnl eode' hour wae nek foliowteg the games. PenjweH for A, K. IHC*WI The englneerinff der irtniont ot the H. G. Frlck offices gs?e a fareweU dinner lost ·ev«ning a the Ple«san Valley Country Club 11 hoiioy of A, B. D-ucfewali, who wil leave 'February 1 for Lynch, Ky., where he has been transferred, \ Club .Enterta ned, Th^i Bridge 'Club of w iich Mis« j Springer t? a metnbr, ^ aa entertained ' by Miss Sprfrntrir at I IT home in Hitchnian street, Mount Pleasant last evening. .Meeting Night Cl onged. Scottdalo Council, . laughters ot America, lias clianged its meeting night Iron? Monday to 9 uesday. The next regular mooting w 11 'be held in Moose Hall oa Tuesday February 4, At this timo ' prollniini ry errange- menle will "b made lor its' school ot instruction that will be held 'during the ruonttt of ApriL Other N0w8« Mrs, B, M, S Pyle w*» h'.oet«SB' to the En-Qra Club at her iome yesterday afternoon. A lancheoi was served, tollowed- by bridge. Mrs. Albert Storey was hostess laat evening to the Young Peo ile'a Christian, Union ot the United 'reabyl Caur-ch, at its regtilar tn siaese · and social meotlrtjg. The ladles' Aid Socle y of 'the Methodist Episcopal Chart h held its monthly meeting last eve vins at the church. . / Betty Weakland, tho git} ovangeUat, was at the United Brethri n Church .last evening, aocompani« by her jwirente, Dr. »nd Mre. J, I ay Weakland. They will leave toe ly for 321- mlra, N. Y,, to visit ovr the -weekend with relatives ·,and · wil go/oil to Niagara Falls, where the g rt will begin three werfcs of evange. istio serv- icos. ' - ' Mrs. S. Wenher ami ci Idren o£ Grove street left, yesterday for New Y«rk City, wh-csMs they will i lake their liocno. Secretary "W. M, Lin Isay, -.- K, Knowles, piiimUBj "W. B utz, pro Imui!, nnd T. I^roy of the Phalanx JTraternity, yeisterday went o: Johnstown where they -inducted a new PheJaiJx jf rsitornity lart even ng. ' Mro. W. B. Barnbart o£ Chestnut street was on tho progj-am 11 the recital given at Mount Pleass at Institute last evening. CONSTITUTIONAL NORMALCY SOON JS Spanish Preinler Confldiont He Will HIITO Support of Majority of People. CAN'T BE DONE IN DAY, HE SAYS By United Press. MADRID, Jan. ill-- In the flret inter- rlew grant^S by Goiieral Berenguor linco his acquisition to power, the new Spanish prewior outlined for the trnite;'. Press tho three .futulamontale t£ his government, ; "They can b axplainod in a few Words," ho eatd, "--- constitutional normalcy, judicial normalcy £t?Xi tho trau- quilization of the country." "U tliere are any 'perturbed plc- im««ts," he 'continued; '"that :!fi «o'ine- thiag we aro umv.varo ot U £B 1m- jxissibld to revert to con«titutiouaJ Bormalc/ with the eamo ease with ·w]iich tho scenery i« changed in n theatre/ "i alBrm, ' liowovor, that within the shprtoet possible timo th^re complete normalcy, and I hope ov«ry social Hoctor ·will mpport me iti this purpose. -The tru« siKfaiflcanco ot this eriete te'that it is above everything else th unanimous expression of the-, country, r "Nobody suspected the- dictatorship oould be a1)ollshel ;ia 3S hours, which ·was vhat occurred, . - - I . am'-'confident that all the i olemeiil« I hav called upon will d-emonfltni to their IOYO for the institutions ot their country." , General. Berenguer saJd ho intended to re-establiflh'-tbo juiniatry of state, and that ho would not suppress tit.e ministry of national economy. It {« hie intention to appoint a minister as soon as the reorganization plan is completed, f \ ; yndersecretariee nr! to be appointed in all departments. The premier added that after today's uUence with King Alfonso, he intended to "begin his work" at tho headquarters of th-e.war .ministry. Meyersdale ]\il3YERSDAt,B, Jan. 31--Miss Anna Bolden entrtainod the Teacher's Bridge Club at her h o m o ' i n North street, Monday evening Three tables were brought into play and after the games the ladies enjoyed a dainty lunch served by tho hostess. The members o£ the Tuesday.-Night Brid'co Chib .-were eutecUufted trr Mrs. J. H. .Bowman at her homo in North street this weelc, and at tho conclusion ot the games lunch waa served. The Wednesday'Afternoon Club met with Mrs, J, H. Bowman yesterday and a very delightful timo wae spttit by all present. \ / Mrs, W. H. Ryland was hostess Ion Tuesday evening when she entertained the members of, tho Homo Jliis- sionary Society of the First Methodjist Church. Fifteen ladies were present an'd a very social evening was spent ·Mr. t.nd Mrs, 'George TVoyer announce the birth o f ' a daughter, born January 27 at the Hazel McGilvery llos'p-ltal. Mrs. Jennie Wihnotb.and daughters, Misses Mary and Gretchen, departed Tuesday by automobile- for Miaraa, Fia., where they -will spend the remainder of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. James Hummol went to Pittsburg Wednesday to remain for a tow days, combining business and pleasure, · Attorney Henry Grass of ^Somerset spent Tuesday evening hers visiting his fathei, Valentine Gross. Miss Mabel Bowmaster, H. N., of. Pittsburg is spending a week here at the home of hor parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. J. Bowmaster. Lloyd Yolight aiuf Eugene Naugle spent Tuesday transacting business lu UnlplUo'wp, 'and Brownsville. Mrs, Kura Sipile spent Tuesday 'visiting in Cumberland. lr. and Mrs. Samuel Hoko of GrantsvilU suent Wednesday visitine relatives and friends' here. Mrs.-.Charles Courtney ot Jc instowri is sending a lew days here visiting with relatives. Mra, C.' P. Baer of noar Berl in spent Wednesday, hears with her d uighter, Mrs. R/H. Bowman. Miss Agnes Stmlcerchner o' Akron, Ohio, is visiting at the home 'o-f her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr t. John H'artle. Two Cfo to Dlcctj-Ic Cliai ·. OSS1N1NG, N. Y., Jan. .Si.- -Prank' Plaia and Michael Cclat'onl w re executed in the electric chair "i t Sing Sing shortly be-foro midnight oo- the slnying a year afro of florro G a and liis wife at Franklin Squai , Mfssinjy TJewtcnant Found. PASO, Texiis, Jan. 31.- -Lieu- John B." Allon-ol Fort Bliss, tnlsjaing since .Friday, was locati d late lastl night _in Juarez 1 , No infori sation tiasryet beoa gained as to tho cause ot the abslmce. Spanish Woman, ISO, DJes. SANTIAGO DE O1IIU3, Jan, 31,-The death oC MUngro For cad el Calena, a Spanish woman, 139, wi s re- jot'ted last night. The oiSclal re :ords show she was married. 13 9 years ago. mws^sss^msssMmfssKmsmss ag® Victor Radio s Honthli Payment J G]SO. W. CARROLL We fefttura Gron tan's popular priced Brands You Know-There's a pleasant satisfaction in buying from ICeyutone Stores. Here, in wide variety you can nationally known brands--famous for purity" wholesome goodness--priced to save you money on your grocery bill. Fragrant, Flavorful Coffees A blend for every taste Newport steel cut ;lb. 4?c Niiborhood Ib. 31c Santos Ib. 27c Havored 'by California «in- sbJuie--^A bargain at this price! The Good Tasting Spread . for Bread! : cleans clogged pipes 23C Ocfctgon or Kansas Cleanser 5c Ideal Matches 6 ige.faxs.20c "Del Monte" meaias rfch tasty fnut--packed in sweet-'syrup! S P E C I A L ! 100 Ib. Bag Rich Mixed SCRATCH FEEH Mint Patties - 2 ibs. 49c Mixed Chocolates 2 ibs. 29c Almond Nuts * ~* ifr 39c CaiKlpbelPs Tomato Soup 3cans25c Fancy Cal. Eng. Walnuts 3-.ibs. $1 *The Health Food"--J,ess than lOc a can for this crisp kraut. S P E C S A t ! SUPER SUDS ' small boxes Granules of soap-- Washes dishes faster- no streaks. : V Sliced Bacon * *» pfcg. 21 c Pure Lard - - * 2 ibs. 23c Carpenter Figs in syrup 40^ oz. jar 25c Tetley's Tea *· * ^ ib. 23c Airgo o;? Van Camps Milk 3 ?r 25c Pastry Flour 5 ib. sack 25c These hare the good buttery fla-. vor. Specially priced this week! S P E C I A L ! Palmoli ve Soap Recommended by the leading beauty experts of the world! 12 for 79C America's best laundry soap for all purposes. Save cat.pom for premiums of greater value. Lge. Cakes 27* S^IORT RIB ROASTV3 Ibs. 9Oc STEAKS Sirloin, Tenderloin or Round 3 Pounds $1.00 Fresh Pork Side, 4 Ibs. $1 .OO FANCY SMOKED EAGOK, 4 Pounds $1.00 Good Boiling Beef, 5 Ibs. $T .OO Pure Pork Sausage, 4 ib. $1 Smoked Sausage, 3 Ibs. $1 .OO WEINERS, 4 Pounds $1.00 HOME DRESSED CHICKENS 313 N. Pittsburg St. Connellsville 136 N. Pittsburg St. QUALITY with ECONOMY Tone in on W. J._A. S. at 10:30 A, M. every Frid.iy, for Kcyitonti Stores Program. ^^^^^yyyvwvwww^anwwwwvw^^ wwvwtwmvvifi^^ ITI are the naest in ttte city--a moat desirable location for thai NEW HOME ydu're to build. W 1 0 C T ? X O $ i , 0 0 « ' , * Fine Quarter Acre Building ,Lot8--C5/l«:y water; achoola and church nearby--can bt i t purchased for as low as ?110, for full particulars write C. B. McCormicfc, Conjiell»vill«. ' -ueMUWUkMAMMAAMMMW^^

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