The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 20, 1939 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 20, 1939
Page 11
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J A N U A R Y 20, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVTLLE. PA. PAGE ELEVEN. Dunbar Scouts Plan Anniversary Week Observance DUNBAR, Jan. 20.--At the Boy Scout meeting Monday evening plans were made for the observance of Boy Scout Anniversary Week to start February 8. The following program will be carried out: Wednesday, the birthday of scouting, the Scout oath will be renewed; Thursday, a father and son banquet will be held; Friday »^'is brotherhood day; Saturday is Scout service day; Sunday all members will attend church in a body; Monday will close the program when the Scout oath is renewed again. Sodality Meets. The Ladies' Sodality of St. Aloysius Church met Sunday afternoon at the church hall with the president, Carmella Giampctro, presiding. Plans were made for a pre^, Lenten card party. The women also planned a shower for 1 Mary Rose Mc' Givcrn, who is a bride-elect. The shower will be held Friday evening, January 27, in the church hall. Other Items of Interest. Mrs. Joseph Panone and Mrs. Anthony DeOre were in Connellsville Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Baker was called to Dearth by the death of her brother, Allen Hardy. Mr. Hardy, who was ill only a week, died of pneumonia, He was a former resident of Dunbar. Mrs. Clark Mankins and Mrs. Barney Kinney were Connellsville callers Tuesday. Mrs. John Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. George Clements and Mary Dolores Ryan were shopping in Connellsville Saturday evening. -Mrs. W. H. Williams was in Pittsburgh yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moyer and Mrs. Calvin Hennessce, of near Masontown, were Sunday visitors here. Mrs. Jessie Clements spent several days at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Alice Guthries at Waynesburg. Donald Hardy has resumed his studies at Pcchin school after being confined for a week with grip. ^ Mr. and Mrs. John Bartlett of Cumberland, Md., are parents of a girl born January 12. This is. the second child in the family. The other is 10 years old. The Bartlctt's are former residents. The mother will be remembered as Miss Mary Bentz. Nettie Hair, Mrs. Mary Mcdved and daughter Mary, Mrs. Charles Hardy and daughters, Lois Jean and · Betty Ray, attended a family gather- 's--ing and spent the week-end at the home of Mrs. Emma Hardy. Christian Endeavor Profrram. At a meeting of the Christian Endeavor Society Sunday evening the following program was carried out: Prelude; quotable poetry; hymn, "I Am Resolved"; Scripture lesson hymn, "Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross"; prayers, Gladys Hardy and Bessie Worse]; business; duct, Elizabeth Hay and Anna Henncssy; talk, Rev. Neil Mclntyrc, and benediction. The leader for the evening was Sara Kathryn Porter and the topic was "Finding Hidden Treasures." Edwin Baker will be leader next Sunday night. Revival Services Close. .The revival services which have been held at the Methodist Protestant Church for the past two weeks closed Sunday wtih Rev. Ncil-Mclntyre, the blind evangelist, in charge. Mr. Mc- Irityrc told his life "story. He revealed -t the fact that he had been blind since he was seven years old. He told of many accomplishments during his life. The largest crowd of the two weeks was present Sunday evening "A contest, held among the members to see who could have the most invited guests present was won by Mrs, Martha Thomas who had 36 present, Mr. Mclntyre has gone to New York where he will continue his tour of ·*· preaching. Head Club Committees. · The Catholic Action Club met Tuesday evening and elected the following officers for the different units: Athletic, James DeMarco; social Mayme Harper; society, Mrs. Edward Gibbons; choral, Robert Higgtas: dramatic, Virginia McGivern; sergeants at arms, Tony Bell and Joseph Sfero. After the business meeting the members played bingo. A drawing for a bedspread was held and won by Louis Cupiraggi. After the social hour the committee served lunch. Fidelity Case Probcrs. WHEELING, W. Va., Jan. 20--A committee, composed of opposing attorneys, 11 auditors and an "impartial arbiter" was authorized by Judge William E. Baker to determine the "exact financial condition" of the Fidelity Investment Association and report to the court January 23. Friday and Saturday Last 2 Days Or Our Great Snlc! BENNETT Union Made DRESS PANTS Actual $3 $4 $5 Grades H A R R I S ' 210 N. Pittsburg St. Japanese Sore Spot PHldPPWEB. GUAM fif-fj .V CAJMUNE IS. . ·A'u'STRAttA':: A Japanese paper, asserting fortification of Guam by the U. S. would be a threat to Japanese holdings in the Pacific, declared war might result. The small island naval base is shown in relation to Japan (1352 miles distant) and her mandated islands. The Philippines are 1623 miles distant from Guam while Honolulu, big American naval bate, Is 3312 miles away. (Central Prut) Coal Board Issues Order. WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. -- Coal Commission ordered the producers' board in the Appalachian region to begin coordination proceedings here Monday on proposals for final marketing rules and minimum prices for the soft coal industry. Materials for War Supplies. WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.--Representative Charles I. Faddis, D., Pa., introduced a bill to provide for Government acquisition of stocks of strategic raw materials needed by industry for the manufacture of war supplies. Peaceful Picketing Myth. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 20.--Federal Judge Oliver B. Dickinson, enjoining a labor union against "unlawful practices" in a strike, declared that "the idea of a peaceful picket or peaceful picketing is a myth." Mine Inspector Transferred. William H. Filer of Ebensburg, for the last four years State mine inspector in District 10, Cambria county, has been transferred to District 5 with headquarters at Brookville. He is succeeded by Leslie L. Stccle, recently named an inspector. AT ALL AP FOOD STORES REALLY fRESH! A*P Coffee is ground before Aviator Ii Bo 's Idol. ST. LOUIS, Jan. 20.--The aviator has replaced the cowboy and the policeman as the idol ol American youthhood, a spokesman for Young Winthrop Rockefeller told a national aviation conference here. AND FRESH GRINDING IS THE SECRET OF REALLY FRESH COFFEE AiP Coffee reachei your A1P ilor« fr«h from Iho roaster, still in the whole bean, with all of lite orand rich flavor sealed inl It is around at the moment of purchase, your guarantee of really fresh coffee. Serve AP Coffees tonightl Single Pound 14e BIG SAVINGS NOW! (CONTINUES) New Stock Just Received Dirndles · Princess Monastic ® New cotton frocks with more color-more quality than ever. Tucked, shirred, crisply trimmed. New Spring "80" Square Smart, practical, grand for dresses, blouses, housecoats. Colors are clear, vivid, distinct. BIG SAVINGS NOW! New Flowered BROADCLOTH -- AND-P E R C A L E S YARD Ouarniitecd Fast Color! Sprlnc Line Ladies' Collars New designs. Beautiful lace edge. Fashion leaders. New Spring Line Corsage Flowers 1Qc20° Gardenias, Violets, Field Flowers, Daisies, Assorted. STEM WARE Closc-Oiit Special All Sizes Goblets Cocktails Whiskies Champalfnilcs Wines Port Wines Regular 25c 1/Inc CROCHET COTTONS --AND--- Y A R N S - Brooks 800-yd. Hank Knitting Cotton -Clarks Big Ball 400 yd. Ecru White . J. P. Coats Big Ball 300 yds., Ecru, White Berkley Big Ball 800 yds., Ecru, White . . Knit Cro-Sheen, 250 ds., complete range of colors Complete selection ot 4 Ply 2 Ply Yarns - Make Your. Spare Time Pay! 20c 20c 20c 20c 20c 10c to 25c Departments on One Floor 5c and lOc Stores Stores 25c to $1.00 202-04 PITTSBURGH STREET Is Featuring From Snnny Florida 8-lb bag Each big conUini from 20 to 25 orangoi, dtpnndmg on th* lizw--m\\ oV thorn tro« rlptncd fruit of natural color. Florida Orangti ar» noted for ttitir {uie* content and at tnTt v«ry low price ·very mvmbor of th* family c«n dnnlc an abundant* «f Ihlt healthful fruit juice. Additional Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Grapefruit SSfSa 6 .. 25c Louisiana Yams 6 «. 25c Mtrih Sndltii U. S. N». I--Kiln DiUd Strawberries 2bt',33c Apples ..FANCY ». 5c From Florid* Waihfnolon, Horn* Baauty *r WJrmap New Potatoes 6 *, 25c Lima Beans . » lOc Rid Hill V.fUry-U. S. No. 1 rt«h from Florida Money Saving Grocery Values Sauerkraut Ig. c«n 5c COtN.nd TOMATOES Del Maiz Corn 2»..19c Green Giant Peas 2«.,25c Asparagus £££ 2.n.29c Green Beans ^'CY 2«;. 2 25c Snider's Beets ^.« '1^'lOc AP Corn "1°TM;:" 3 N c!;. 2 25c ASP Succotash ^, 2^ 29c AP Peas s% 2S:?21c OungaA 47-or Grapafruit can lona Tomato Juice ".Tl5c Grapefruit Juice 1.T15C Pineapple Juice 1r,'25c Mixed Juices Peaches M° Apricots Del Monte Plums Apple Butter Salad Dressing 19c 227c 27c French Dressing *;;. ft* lOc Fancy Crabmeat Anchtvy Fillets Gortons Codfish Red Salmon $»»». AP Ammonia AP Liquid Bluing Brooms NO. »·«, Babbitts Cleanser Oxydol or Rinso P««n TALMOLIVI OOaP w LIFEBUOY .» 25c " "SMIIc bn 5c 25c %1Bc TALMOLIVE 1 O1. 4utnZlC -In the Meat Departments- to Cook CHICKENS For Stewing Large 0^2i*w Stz» each ^jr ^^ (£ Mb to 3 Ib (-01 Ntl Faclaqa W»1 For Roasting or Frying .«h 79c 2 Ib !-oi to Mb t^t N.t F.cUg. WilgM U--.!. 1 _;.. SloS-Pounii rOrK LOin R.bRo.n ib Sm.ll, L«.n .nd T.nd.r Loin, Ib I7c C«n!*r Cull, Ib 2lc Chuck Roast c ? 19c M ? 15c Quality Staar laat--Evary Cut « Trua Valua Skinned Hams ^^ b 23c Wlhon'i C.riifi.d .nd Solft'i Pi.mlum--Strictly Flrit Sr.d. Pork Chops «SK? * 21c Cut from Sm«f1. Tandtf. Uan Loir* Pork Sausage » 19c l« 89c Ufk, lulk tt Covnfir UT'« D -l^MM C«Md!«n StyU ^ V f BaCOn XnySii.pi.c. it 33C Strtdrjr Mftt Orada--l*an and Tandat Sllc.d, Ib J»c WASHINS li-ol in- aum b» rue Kleenlin Drano or Sani-Flush Wyandotte Cleanser 2 Red Seal Lye Octagon LaFrance Powder Satina Waldorf Paper Napkins '",,"" Cut-rite Wax Paper Premium Crackers LAUNDRY SOAP WASHING TABLETS TOILET TISSUE J9c «.JOc lie U rollt £Uu roll uu IfflSc Mothers Oats 2^ n ,17c Wlieaties or Huskies'2 P k,.21c Wheat Cereal 'ffi' .JS5c Chocolate Swansdown Bisquick Baking Powder Peanut Butter .». lnMlnl RENNET Junket FOWOER Desserts ""WRKU Sunnyfield Rice if, 25c » can loC . 3 !.T25c pig IOC 3 P v,.10c Corned Beef Hash 2';'^25c Olive Oil f.~ 'oTTlOc Spaghetti ?? 3'S;?M7c Karo Syrup fiffi '^ b 10c Lima Beans ft".? - 5c AP Apple Sauce 4»"25c Ann Page Catsup 2bm21c Wesson or Mazola Oil £ 25c Fancy Grapefruit 3«;. 2 25c DelHonte Pineapple 2 «TM29c AP Matches SISc · Mb ptg Prices Below Effective in AH AP Stores in This Vicinity Fresh Butter ^ 2 , b , 55c C«niumirFroducir Campaign , Pure Lard . 2 it. 17c U $4nt(*ry C*rtont Nutley MARLINE 2 .b, 17e An Economical Spftad Ann Page Beans KR -i± ;5e " ^ ENCORE BRAND Macaroni or Spaghetti 3-lb pkg Mid* from toD grade Stmolln*--thrlHy to buy «nd itQtirithtna to i»rv«. Economy budgctt will w«lcom* thai* produdi AI * changa from maat dlihit. ANN PAGE BRAND Macaroni, Spaghetti or Noodles pkg Macaroni dlihti h«va * naw app««| vrhan you tarv* IhU flavorful trio. Mad* from tint grid* Stmotfn*. Sarv* a big dlth of itcamlng Ann Poga Macaroni or Spaghetti tonight. Ceobad vlth Tomito Saue* Miik · WHITE HOUSE 4 c ' 22c Rich and Craamy Dough Plain. Sugarad or Splcid Doughnuts JANE ttf\ PARKER doi 1UC JANE Layer Cakes ^1= .^ 39c Thr«i Uyir--Chocolalt, Whll* or Ytllow littir The.government depends on taxes for revenue. The people of Connellsville and vicinity depend on .'The"Dally Courier Want Ads when they want results--fast! Put them to work for you. We'll be glad to help you write your Want Ads! ' , - eCALL 12, 13 OR 400! ASK iTOH AN AD-TAKER!

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