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

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1938. COMPOSITIONS OF STATE MUSICIANS IN FORENSIC MEET By United Press. } PITTSBURGH, Jan. 12--Composi- | tions by three State musicians will be used this spring for the llth annual competitions ol the Pennsylvania Forensic Music League, it was announced by Executive Secretary C. Stanton Beltour. They arc "Oh, How Shall I Receive Thee," by Morton J. Luvaas 'and the "Carol ox' the Russian Children,' by Dr. Harvey Gau!, both of Pittsburgh, and "Hail Smiling Morn," by Professor Richard W. Grant of Pennsylvania State College. Missionary Meetirjg At S c o t t d a l e Smilhion Sisters Hurl in Auto Crash Three pel sons . were recovering from injuries and an alleged "hit- run" driver was under $1,200 bond for a hearing as a result of three 1 motor accidents over the week-end in the Belle Vernon-Monessen dib- Irict. - Raymond A^ Budd, 29, of West Newton, alleged driver of the car which, North Belle Vcinon police .said, struck Fred Kitchen, 30, of Spcers as he crossed a street there Saturday night/ Kitchen had a leg J.'ractured .and was taken to a hos- _:pital. Budd posted bond. He faces a hearing tonight. Catherine Kundreth of Smithton "and her sister, Elizabeth, were cut about the face Sunday when automobiles operated by Wayne Arthur Roberts of Monesscn and Mello Zinannl of Allcnport locked front wheels on a curve on the Smithton road near the Moncssen airport. The ; two cars were damaged and the girl ·occupants injured,; , . --_ A missionary convention under the auspices o£ the Christian'and Missionary Alliance will be held Thursday and Friday evenings at 7:30 in CONFLUENCE JUNIOR CLASS.IO GIVE PLAY AT PARENT MEETING Special to The Courier. CONFLUENCE, Jan. 12. --The regular meeting of the Parent- Teacher Association will be held in the high school auditorium Thursday night at which time a one-act comedy, "The Pampered Darling," will be presented by the junior class. Those who take part arc: Hazel Johnson, Marjorie Humbert, Ccliu Wable, James Davis, Richard Hyde, Martha Beifgs, Margaret Reeves, Bculah Holliday, Edgar Kinsingcr, Harry Hunter and Carl Burnworth. No admission will be charged. The play will emphasize some of the points brought out in the recent case studies. After the play two more case studies will be presented. the Church of Christ Room, 42 Pittsburg street, Scottdale. The missionaries will be Miss Helen M. Clark and Rev. E. F. Stcwcrt of Kwcichow-Szcchaun, China. They will show stcrcopticon views of the field in which they have worked. The home workers will bo Rev. E. C. Anderson of Punxsutawney, assistant district superintendent of the eastern district of the Alliance, and Rev. F. W. Henry of Greensburg. The Christian and Missionary Alliance is on interdenominational mis- Movies to Aid Reading. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 12.--A moving picture film promoting' correct ^yc Tiovements for proper reading technique has been developed by Harvard psychologists. Purpose of the development is to aid adults and clnldrcn in improving their reading ability. Confluence CONFLUENCE, Jan. 12.--Mrs. Alvorda Thorpe Knotter, wife^ of N. A. Knotter, 52 years old, who suffered a stroke Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, died Sunday morning at 9:45 o'clock. She is survived by her husband, eight children and six grandchildren The funeral was held this morning nt 10 o'clock m charge o£ Rev. M. E. Schindlcr, pastor of the Baptist Church, (interment was in Addison Cemeteryj Miss Felicln Fianigan, a nurs^i in Pittsburgh, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Susan Fianigan, and sisters, Alta Fianigan and Christine Frantz. Mrs. Howard Sanner is slowly improving from a scnous illness. Mrs. J. F. Butler of Pittsburgh is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B Humbert and other friends. A party, in observance of her tenth birthday, was held Saturday for Mabel Jane May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. May. Miss Jane Downs and Edna May, a bister of the honor guest, entertained and conducted games for the guests. Later they assisted Mrs. May in serving a nice lunch. Mrs. O. E. Younkin has returned from a several weeks' visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Leer of Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. May visited their Daughter, Hazel, a nurse in Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Sunday. The J. O. Class of the Methodist Episcopal Sunday School will meet evening at the home of Mrs. Friday Howard Emcrick. Erne De Mine's Daughter to Wed. NEW [ORLEANS, Jan. 12.--Cecil B. de Mille, motion picture producer, announced his daughter, Cecilia, would be married January 21 in Kansas City to Joseph W. Harper of Hollywood^ Windbcr Downs Shade. Windber captured a 48 to 33 decision over Shade Township at Cairn- brqok. Steel Garter Invented. CLEVELAND, Jan. 12.--A garter that does not bind the leg nnd Impede the blood ow has been patented by Edgar C. Loebcr of Cleveland. The new garter fits like the clamps used by cicycle riders around their leg?. It is made of thin steel covered with cloth. sionary society with about 500 iris- sionaries in 21 different nations of the world, preaching the gospel in 01 different languages. The services are for two nights onl\and the public is extended a welcome. , · STORE HOURS: 9 to 5:30 - SATURDAY 9 to 9. THE SHOE SALE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR! We're ready with the greatest values in Quality Shoes for All the Family. Because we hold only two sales each year-in January and August-you naturally expect the most here. And we'll not disappoint you. Be here early tomorrow! Ladies' Sport and Dress Shoes Formerly $3 and $3.50, Sale Price . Ladies' Sport and Dress Shoes Formerly $4 and $4.50, Sale Price Ladies' Dress Shoes Formerly $5 to $6, Sale Pi'ice /. Ladies 7 Walk-Over Shoes Up to $9 Values hisses' and Children's Shoes Misses' and Children's Shoes Sizes 8H to 11. Sizes ll'/j to 2 $1.00 $1.95 Formerly $6 ... Sale Price Ail Men's Davidson Oxfords Sale Price Men's Jarman Grain Oxfords Formerly $5.50 . . Sale Price : . 's Genuine Kangaroo Shoes * Formerly $6 . . Sale Price ^ Ail Men's Winter Grain Oxfords Formerly $7 to $7.50 . . . Sale Price North Pil-tsburg Street Tomorrow's Shopping Event will Stretch your dollars farther! It's a Mid-Winter Tonic for Rundown Pocketbooks! Bates Bedspreads djl Q7 «P 1 i I $2.93 Factory Close-out _ ....... Just arrived; Cotton colonial patterns in choice ol 8 colors. 88x 105. 72x84 Comforts Reg. $3.50, Thrift Thursday .... Cotton filled. Choice o£ colors. $2.99 Outing Flannel 4Q "K/C All White, 27 inch . . 5 y d s . Iron Skillet Set Sot of 3, $1.75 Vnlur 3, 5 and 8 sizes. Smooth cast iron. $1.29 Chicken Fryer $1.00 Cast Iron, Extra deep "Wear-Kver" Skillet $1.59 $1.05 Value; of heavy aluminum O'Ccdar Mops complete Ct\ with Jmnille DUC For dusting and polishing floors. Floor Covering Kelt Base Keg. 59c, stj. yd In 2 patterns only! Inlaid Linoleum ·2 Patterns Only, Reg. $1.78, sq. yd 59c Women's Tuck Stitch Vests Pants 1C f Reg. 19c, en. ...,, ·*' 1 Small, medium, large sizes. x Women's Rayon t Undies 2!)c Values Panties, vests, bloomers. Tummy-ln Pantie Girdle * a new combination . Tuck stitch pantie with lastex tummy band. Small, medium, large sizes. 59c Tots' Pajamas Creepers, Slips ·2 to G yrs., en. 25c Infants' $1:98 Baskinette C1 CO of splint ·P 1 -*'' Girls' Dresses CottoTi Prints Thrift Tlinrsdny... 54c for 8 to 1J year girls Outing Pajamas 69c Bobby Suits __ 59c In '2 to 0 sizes Boys'Shirts 83c Tailored Curtains Of colored net--"2 Prs Piece goods to match at lie yd. Tea Toweling, yd Part Linen Tea Towels 29c to 39c Early Spring Cotton Prints, yd. .. Reg. r9c, 2 for $1 .... 14c 7c ,22c $1.00 GET "Rhythm Step" Shoes Regularly $7.50 . .. Get Acquainted Price $15715 *!./ *J . THCRS., FIJI., S.VT. ONLY --Suede, Gabardine, and Kidskin --Black and Brown FOR YOU, it's a wonderful opportunity to become acquainted with this famous shoe --and SAVE at tlie same time! Just for three days is this opportunity available, so don't miss^it. Not all sizes in every style. (Beginning this Spring Troutman's will carry the "Rhythm Step" Shoe Line). and Reg. $4.95 Maxenes '3.75 Come in for these low clearance prices on 162 pairs of our exclusive JIaxene and Ina shoes'. Black and brown succle styles. Cloth Coats Values to $12.85 _. Misse*,' and women's sizes. Cloth Coats Values to SI«.». Fur and self trims. Take advantage of this opportunity. Misses' and Women's Dresses $1.88, $4.88, $5.78 $11.95 Women's Cotton Print Dresses and Hoover Aprons 54c Women's "Slenda-Wrap" ' Housefrock Uniform 78c Cotton Dresses--special $1.39 For a Limited Time! Unsurpassed Values In This Special Selling of ... Individual Sample EXPERT FURRIER HERE WITH LARGE SELECTION OF MAGNIFICENT FUR COATS AT SAVINGS UP TO 50% Formerly Now! 1--Persian \ Tmnib $795.00 $575 1--Persian lamb . 6495.00 $375 1--Russian Caru- cnl with Silver Fox Collar ......$295.00 $140 1--Black Persian Caracul Sivag- ger ,, $195.00 $ 09 I--Sable Dyed Russian Fitch S395.00 $295 1--Siberian Grey Squirrel $375.00 $219 1--Jersey Muskrnt $329.50 $219 1--Hudson Soul $295.00 $239 OTHER SAVINGS $48 to $295 Convenient Payment Plan! Men's 55c Shorts Thrift Thursday ..... Woven patterns and plain white. Mostly French back style. 30 to ·14 .iizos. Men's $1.00 Union Suits Knit Winter Weight Ankle length; short and long sleeves. 35 to 46 sizes. 88c Men's $1.29 White Shirts '·Yartlon" JFalto _. Save tomorrow! Moil's to $1.49 Pajamas Thrift Thursday., Get all you need tomorrow! $1.00 $1.00 3Ien's 79c to $1.00 Work Shirts Thrift Thursday .... 55c Pond's Cold and Vanishing Creams .... Ponds' Cleansing Tissues--2 boxes 35c Ponds' Cold nnd Vanishing Crt-iinix . .. GOc Alka Seltzer ·tie Troutmau's 16 oz. of Kngncsia .... 59c 39c 25c 25c 49c 25c Women's $1.98 to $2.29 Blouses Varied Styles .... $1.29 Neckwear In various rn styles nnd fabric* ____ 3J/C Print Aprons Up to 4!)c; Notions Dept ................ Women's Handbags Reg. 59c Your choice ....... ________ Large lOc Spools of 0. N. T. Thread -- 3 for Chiffon Hose G9c - 2 prs. $1.25 29c 49c Children's 19c Knee Socks 2 palr.s Women's 59c Fabric Gloves Thrift Thursday..... Rayon Satin '. :i9e v» Special, yd .................... . §1.58 Jersey, 54 in .......... $1.19 Rayon Wool Plaids, yd. $1 --V-

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