The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 14, 1938 · Page 12
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 14, 1938
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PAGE TWELVE. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, IKS. NEWS OF DAY AT SCQTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD SCOTVDA1.E, Jan. 11.--The Church o£ Christ congregational meeting held on Wednesday at the church home, Cncstnut street and t/oucks avenue, was diflerent, presenting along with the reports music by a quartet cora posed r.o£ E. E. Rider, E I. McGee, Harry Laughrey, Jr., and Wilbur Sherman, and a girls' trio composed of Ruth Sherman, Nina Elder and Nyla McCrory. The financial report showed "4hat in most part there had been a financial improvement. The report of Chester A^Willismson, Jhe^mmistcr showed that there had "been sfcgain of. eight -members Jncadousion-over the flve lost by death and the three by removal. The meeting opened.with prayer and Sciiptufb. reading by ".·Albert McCrory, who "presided, and a song by the congregation^ -- . Reports were BlverfBylTho" Bible school, representcd_by~Superlntcnd- cnt Jiprry Laughrcyl Ji.,~"lhc Men's ClasJC the Women's Class," and the Booster Class, closing with a "pep talk,": by the pastor. The soctathour^at the_clqse meeting was- in--charger ot Women's- Class. -- Dairy Robbed. Between 4 and 7 o'clock" Thursday mornini; robbers entered ihe Citj Dairy-Company-in High street.. The intruders secured $25 from the cash register. A bnck was thrown through a ] window and a lock opened.' ! MJ* working at the plant said that the window was all right when the boxes, ol milk, were set out at 4 o'cloA. -When the,, dairy was openM af7 o'clock, the window was founitbroken and the register rifled. 7 Jubilee Circle Prosrracx. Mrs. J. E.' Lutz had charge of the devotions at the regular meeting of the Jubilee Circle of the Methodist Episcopal Church Thursday evening. Mrs. VUvin jCroft read a paper on ··Behind the Bourka," Miss Jess Dtagcr one on "Mohammed." Gradalo Induction. Induction of new members into the Gradale Sorority will be held at the United Brethren -Church Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The public is invited. The regular meeting of the sorority will be held at the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday evening. - Court at Cross Roads. A court of review ot Zone B, Boy Scouts, will be held Friday evening, January 21, at Cross "Roads, for Troop 8. , Club Entertains. Mrs H A Chambers of Loucks avenue entertained the Sewing Club at her home Wcdresday afternoon. * Removed to ZZospltaJ. ~ Gcorge Graham of West Pittsburg street has bjcn ts .**n to Fnck Memorial Hospital in Mount Pleasant for medical ^ Cribba,TMc The committee in charge of the cribbagc tournament that is being arranged for ScolUJalc and vicinity ^vill rnict this evening to go over the entrift Entries include organizations~as well as individuals. Newshawks Journey on Their Last Assignment HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T ML PLEASANT Special to The Courlo i MOUNT PLEASANT, Jim. 14 -- ] The Brotherhood Class oC Trinity lUthcran Church, the class organized incc Rev. George Booth became pas- or of the church, held the best meet- ng since its organisation Wednesday night in the bascmont of ihc church The principal speaker was Hcv, larvey M. Erb, pastor of St. Luke's ,uthcran Church at Youngwood, who talked on "What It Takes to Be a Christian." At the business meeting new officers were chosen tor' the year as Tollows: President, Ralph Baird; vice-president, John Hammacher; iccretary, Kenneth KurU; treasurer, Ernest Zundcll. This is. one ot the most active organizations of the church, sponsor- ng a boys' camp, building the mess shack nt the camp, doing much repair work and painting in the church, and assisting' its pastor In securing The flag-draped coffins of E. R. Sheepshanks, British correspondent, and Edward J. Neil, American novn- papcrman, (iro shown in Paris, one awaiting tranufcr to England, th« other to bo returned to America. The men were killed when {heir automobil* wu hit by a shell near th« I cruel front in war-torn Spain. (Central Prut*} COLUMBIA G. E. REGISTERS UNDER NEW UTILITY LAW WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 --The Securities and Exchange Commission announced today that Columbia Gas and Electric Corporation, one of the largest utility systems in the country, las registered under the Utilities Holding Company Act. The company operates 40 subsidiaries in Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana and Michigan. Sons of V. F. W. Tonleht. The Sons of Veterans of Foreign Wars will meet this evening at 7.30 o'clock at the home of Walter E. Brown Post. Auto Inspection Ends January 31 The State Motor Police calls attention to motorists that the current automobile Inspection period expires January 31 nnd that owners of cars not bcai ing proper stickers after that date wi31 be subject to arrest. The police also advised motorists who have not ha;! their cars inspected to do so promptly in order to eliminate a last-minute rush. Jcnncr Township Man Dead. SOMERSET, Jan. 14.--Henry H. Johnston, 02, of Jcnncr township, died Tuesday night in Windbcr Hospital. OPERATORS' CARD COSTS ONE DOLLAR HARRISBURG, Jan. 14 --Stilt Department of Revenue remintlc motorists today that their operators cards for 1938 will cost $1. This statement was issued by Sec retory J. Griffith Boardman in dcnia of reports he said he received tha profcss-loml drivers would b charged a higher fee. By profcs siomls he mc;n chaullcurs and true drivers. Weekly Editor, 13. Ambition* ST. LOUIS, Jan. 14.--Meredith C Jones, 13-year-old editor and pub lishcr ot the Cicrmont Times, mime ographcd weekly newspaper, wan to live 113. years so he can 1* journalist for 100 years. I/AUGHREY DEUG . . .TVill Give Sl.OO YTortlfof Medicine to Each Family In' Besponse to .This A3! WANT-" every (anil y lo have a boIlU ot thlt grand old Indian Herb mcdl«; clncT I / To" prove the! ralucofthuwon- derfpl plraiant tasting product of N a t u r e , ~ y o u r Druceitt hal »·· creed whh_our laboratories to maKe you till* liberal offer. liCthe treat- atcntof Stomach. Gall bladder, Liver and Kidney trouble! ?ou will iti mild thorough resulii. Within eight houn it w{[l~ufu*trf drive- poisons from- the body that are black a inlc. Rheumatic and Ncurid* palm and ache* will as a rule itart to disappear the teeoad or third day. Swellingand stiffness usually retire* eight to tea doxi.- However, Bloating, 'Indigestion and Gas in the stomach are , usually relieved with but one dene. Regulation of the Bowels is most important mad you con usually depend on full and free "elimination Within eight to ten hours after talcing the first dose. This special offer is good Friday and Saturday a well as all next week, or until our present stock is exhausted. Bach person will be limited to three bottles as we want this special offer to benefit a* many families as possible. You will receive the large $1.50 family *ued (3 weeks treatment) for only 49c. The saving of $1.01 to you it made possible by the co-operation of your Druggist with our Laboratory and '» good only while this present stocl. lasts. Sequoia Indian Herb* is told to you on on absolute money bock guar- ante*. If you are not entirely satisfied with results, your purchase price will be refunded. Mail orders lOc extra* Laughrey Drug Store 112 South PitUburir Street. Phone. 359. MURPHY'S ECONO Murphy's Economy Soles end tomorrow-so better be here early and look over these special values. Featured Skewing! MISSES' and UIDIES' D R E S S E S In Newest Spring Styles 200 of 'om! Newest spring styles and colors. Every one .a direct copy of higher priced successes. Silk Crepe, C e l e n e s e P r i n t s , Embroidered Crepes, Euyon Taffeta, Rayon Brocades. One-Piece style, Bolero type, Short Sleeves, Long Sleeves. Sizes 14 to52. BASEMENT--SECTION i. New Arrivals Featured for Saturday! or FELT HATS Our hat department opened last ·week and wab an Instant success. This week we are showing dozens of new models at these three low prices. 70£ $ 1J2 MAIN FLOOR--COUNTER 23. Regular 98c PURSES Pouch, under-arm bags and others. Black and colors. Some with zipper FI.OOK -- COUNTfcR 9. Full Fashioned 1 SILK HOSE Pure Silk, 4- thread h o s e -- Scautifully sheer Latest shades R e g u l a i 5 S c grade MAIN FLOOR, COUNTER 10 5 AND f S'TO R ET WITH SELECTED MERCHANDISE new members Music Club Tuc.-,djj. The Mount Pleosunt Music Club will hold its regular meeting Tuesday evening in the Sunday school loom o' the Reunion Presbyterian Church. A business session is to be held at 7-30 o'clock, with a program, in chaigc ot Mis. John L Ruth. Dues Social. Miss Carrie Noss will be hostess to the Woman's Christian Temperance Union at its annual dues social Thursday evening at her home in Mjin street. | All members and friends of the union are invited to attend James R. nipple Succumbs. SOiMERSEjT, Jan. 14. -- James Rollen Ripplt, 37, a former resident of Wmdber, died in Akron Monday- rriends love to come and hate to go At the homes of girls who really know THEIR COOKIES THE "BALANCED" FLOUR--MAKES GOOD BAKING BETTER Pork 6- Beans 4 - GL.ENDAMC-- In Tomato S»ucr Tomatoes 3 TTAMJARD-- n* Blackberries ClbOVKn JPJUIM Mustard TTAMJARD-- n*4 Kip. 8*2 Vo * C-n ClbOVKn JPJUIM-- Pjtner B«rrl* t» Rich Hrnp CLOVBR FARM J e l l Choc. Drops "· lOc Cr*a»3T Center Catsup , '"' Chili Sauce »«. CWJXTcn. VA Sal. Dressing "« ClfOVKJV F"AJlJrt Tomato Juice 2 CIiOVBtt. fAJlM Wax Paper CLOVKR KA Towels 2 nt.WfTDAt.IC Sardines 4 c -» Oil. »r MUSTARD Naivy Beans 4"-Corned Beef Jt CI-O1TRR FAIIM ** Poaches CtMVRR FARM Grape Juice Spinach FAK V " c.. P E A S |:IHRIfI:Pll)5(ATI5FACTIO|i Chili Con Carne 3 Fruit Cocktail I9c ft? I9c Pears Beans 28.2 29c VARM -- O»t Wax *r Brrm Peanut Butter 3U°~ I9c CtOVER FAT1M Grapefruit 2»- J 29c SUNSHINE FLIPS WAFERS m 15c CHOC. PEAK COOKIES u 21c TRU-BLU COOKIES 2 u, 27c Potted Meat 5?-°iM9c CIXVKR FARM Raisins 2S£. I9c GIXVKR. VAIIM--a«*tf«Hl «r ffMlr«» Marshmallows U? iQc CAJKPFTRR Soap 4 Ban I9c CIXVKR FARM--Onplrxlmi Macaroni 2«- IQc 1.A CO^TIDINA--M.^r rnrh-lln M n,. hi. '.TO Tomato Souo 3 0 ^.?IOc CI.OVKR FAM.1---CondrnKFd : V»»C«'CC2i»^VSCVi^^ MEATS I BT Pr«e: 2 1-lb. prmte 21c CtOVER IfARJI STEAIOHT BOLOQNA lb 23e TRTI-DE -A" AAA) PUEi. PORK SAUSAGE lb. 26o 4IO.I.IVK Htft rfrtt** Elt«--ti». 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