The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 14, 1938 · Page 13
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 14, 1938
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^ FRIDAY, JANUARY 14,1938. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE THIRTEEN. EDUCATION ' CONFERENCE JAN. 27-29 City and Dumber Township Teachers in Joint Meeting. MANY PROMINENT SPEAKERS COMING Arrangements for the annual teachers meeting and educational conference of the Connellsville Public and Dunbar Township School districts in the Connellsville High School which will be held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 27, 28 and 29, have been practically completed. This will be the 27th annual meeting for the Connellsville schools and the 19th session in which the teachers of the neighboring township have joined in the conference. An exceptionally strong staff of instructors has been procured. They are men and women who not only speak with authority on educational problems but who are among the most popular speakers in the field of education today. Dr. Alonzo F. Myers, professor of education in the school of education New York University, New York City; will be present throughout the three days. Dr. Myers is one of the most sought-after speakers at educational meetings throughout the country. He is a great teacher; a popular and effective speaker and an author and "writer of high standing. 'Dr. Samuel Howard Williams, professor ot biolojjy, formerly professor of secondary education at the University of Pittsburgh, will be at tin conference during the first two days .Dr. Williams has had a varied and intensive experience in his field. Hi has conducted several expeditions in to the Amazon regions of South America for the study of .intrlcai biological problems. He has chargi of the biological laboratories of thi University of Pittsburgh on Lak Erie where intensive research wort is carried on. He is the author o several books in his field and is great teacher and 'popular lecturer in the field of biolot^- and education. Dr. Pauline Beery Mack, directo of home economic research and pro fessor of textile chemistry in Pom State College, will be at the confer ence Thursday. Dr. Mack is out standing in the field of consume education. This is her first appear ancc before the local teachers but sh has lectured throughout the country and has appeared on the program of some of the outstanding conventions in the field of education. Dr. Robert M. Slcele. president of the State Teachers College at California, an old favorite wi!h the local teachers, will be at the conference Friday. On Saturday Dr. Charles E. Prall, dean of the school of education, University of Pittsburgh, who has appeared several times at education meetings in Connellsviye, will be participating in the conference. Dean ' Prall is recognized as one of the outstanding deans of educational schools of the Nation and will bring to the Roaster Meal Cooked at One Time Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE, Jan. 14.--Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hall o£ Monaca arrived Tuesday evening to spend a several days' visit with Mrs. Hall's mother, Mrs. Edith Joseph. Mrs. Sylvia Helterbran returned to her home Monday after spending over the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Emanucl Stark, at Van Meter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Hall of Mill Run spent Tuesday evening A roaster meal, cooked all at one time in an hour and a half--Chestnut Burrs (a new treatment for hamburger), buttered potatoes :md carrots and a delectable tapioca and date pudding. This is the easy, practical sort of cooking that will be featured at the forthcoming Connellsville Courier Cooking School. ALUMNI WILL NAME OFFICERS ON MONDAY The election of officers of the Connellsville High School Alumni Association will be held Monday evening at the High School building. The largest turnout of members since the January meeting in 1937 is expected. * local teachers the results of recent study and investigations in which he has participated. Dr. Herbert L. Spencer, president of Pennsylvania College for Women, will also be at the conference Saturday. Dr. Spencer was at one time dean of the Frick Training School for Teachers in Pittsburgh and later dean of the college at the University of Pittsburgh. He is a popular and authoritative speaker in the field of general education and is recognized as one of the authorities of the country in elementary education. There will be entertainment numbers provided by the pupils from the different schools. Those in charge of the conference call attention to the fact that while the lectures are of an educational nature, most of them will be presented in a popular way and will be interesting and instructive to the patrons of the schools and citizens generally. / Flshlnjj Taucht at School. SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Jan. M.-Thirty boys and three girls havo signed up for a course in fishing at Senior High School here. Cooking School Feature Mrs. Dorothy Batbgatc, who is coming to ConnellsyUlc to conduct The Courier Cooking School, is a great advocate of easy cooking. And this is the type of cooking she plans to do at her classes January 19, 20 and 21 at the Orpheum Theatre. As she says, "With the type of cooking equipment we have today, there is no reason why we women should make martyrs ot ourselves and spend hours in the kitchen every day cooking. Unless we want to, there is no need to have three or four different types of cooking going on at one time while we keep an eye on this pan, stir something in another and peek in the oven every two minutes. "With the electric range, for instance, we can cook a whole meal at one time, cither an over, steam cooker or broiler meal--meat, vegetables and dessert--with a minimum of pots and pans to wash. And with the electric roaster (which is still new to many housewives but a very practical addition to the kitchen) we can do much the same type of cooking. We can cook a complete oven meal in the roaster, or with the broiler attachment, a regular broiler meal. In this way cooking is ::cduccd to its simplest form--and leaves the cook plenty of time for her own pursuits. And, incidentally, cooking with the roaster is one of the best ways to keep cool in hot weather." The cooking school program this year will be full of suggestion!* for making the cook's life easier and the meals better. There will actually be 50 recipes during the three classes (all of which will be printed on the programs so you can take them home.) The roaster is just one of the pieces of modern equipment to be featured. There will be a demonstration of the mixer for cake and bread making. The steam cooker will be used in many new ways such as cooking baby's food, and for deep fat cooking. And, of course, the refrigerator will be used throughout al] the programs. Mrs. Bathgatc will not only cook, but will give suggestions for garnishing nnd serving foods attractively, so important for appetite appeal. Surgeon Commute* 59 Years. LONDON. Jan. 14.--A London surgeon who has been traveling to and fro between the same two stations for 59 years is said by the London Midland ond Scottish Railway authorities to hold the "marathon record" for season ticket traveling Now in his 78th year, .Dr. Thomas Phillips still travels to town every day. Fertilizer Made From Rubbish. LONDON, Jan. 14.--A plant which will produce from ordinary household refuse a valuable land fertilizer ia to be established by the Royal Borough of Kensington. It is estimated that more than $16,000,000 is thrown away annually in the fonn of rubbish. Store Wide Reductions On Fine Quality Suits, Overcoats · And Furnishings Semi-Annual Reductions on TRADE Men's Suits $19.50 MARK, S h i r t s $2.00 Shirts, now .:... $1.65 $2.50 Shirts, now $1.85 $3.00 Shirts, now * '... $2.25 $3.50 Shirts, now .....?. ....$2.65 White not included. Furnishings $1.25 Union Suits ...85c $1.00 Work Shirts 79c $3.95 Sw.eet-Orr Jackets .$2.45 $2.00 Pajamas... $1.65 All-Wool Sport Jackets ..-. '/ 4 Off Oppenheim's FASHIONS FOR J 117 North I'ittsburg Street. 1'Jionc 20ST. Styles for men and young men, in a good selection of' colors and fabrics. AND Kuppenheimer Suits and Overcoats $35.00, Now ....-..$26.25 $40.00, Now ...... $30.00 $33.75 $50.00, Now ...... $37.50 Boys' Suits Double breasted sport back with two pair long trcmsurs. $16.50 Suits, now ............................... $1 2.38 $18.00Suits, now.. ..$13.50 $20.00 Suits, now ..$15.00 $22.50 Suits, now $16.88 visiting Ohtopyle relatives. Brady-Harbaugh of Victoria spent Wednesday in Oniopylo. Raymond Rimtcr's Funeral. The funeral service for Raymond R. Ringer was held at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ringer ot South Connellsfille, Friday afternoon with Rev. George R. Krupp, pastor of the United Presbyterian Church, assisted by Rev. W. S. Harr, pastor of the Evangelical Church, officiating. Pallbearers were Paul and George Dye, Clyde Myers, William O'Brien, Melvirr Costcllo and Everett . Sanners. Interment was in Sylvan Heights Cemetery. ' Co-eds Vote'Down Mustaches. KENT, Ohio, Jan. 14.--Men at Kent State University can quit counting those hairs on their upper lip. Most of the Kent co-eds don't like mustaches, anyway. A poll by the campus hi'-nor magazine disclosed that 82 per cent of the women students dislike mustaches. Are In The Spotlight All His Week At NOTE THESE EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES Oranges '"""" a S. Grade No. 1 Potatoes From C*1Hotni«--Pur« Gold V.ltncia loi 29C Jumbo S\n-- Fill.d with Jute. Navel Oranges "s£" d«19c Ltrgt Sh», doi J9« . es 7.B.25C Washington Romt B*aufi«t . . Boxtd D»ticioui. S Ibt 25« Iceberg Lettuce Crtip »nd T»nd*r Grapefruit . . . Juicy tnd Thin Jltnwd--l«tgt Jim 5c White Mealy Cooker* Outstanding Grocery Values Spaghetti . 2 r15c Ann P*q»-- tUtdy to H«*f *nd S*rv* Mello Wheat . . .17c Tt. Qul;ty Whit) Fr!n iona Cocoa . . -10c FvH Str.ngth--Rict, R.vof--HI?K Qiulily Apple Sauce . 3 : .-'19r. AP r*no^--K««dy M S*rv* Crisco - . . ~° 53c FRESH larga loaf n I CI A A Pancake Flour . ,* lOc TEN VARIETIES-- COMPARE WEIGHT-?UAL)TY-*RICK _ Sultana Riot Fresh Butter . 2 *. 69c J eanf S3r.rbr.ol Country Roll S4yU iClOX 5c Sultana W "i?19c. Bea 2 pi. 25r CAMAY SOAP 4 c.4« 25c p SOAP OXYDOL X inull pictigu I9 IONA "£? 19c Daily Dog Food ts 5c Rolled Oats tar 2 SS 17c SIS*. *.t MVdlum Ik JC * 25c Prunes Condor Coffee Nutley M«,».,. 2 *. 23c Macaroni *£"' 2 ik. 15c Yellow 'Cornmeal . iS 19c AM P«j»--Rlcli. SraooHi IIH! i Sparkle lk?ar» FtoH Rivori V .-- . -. . 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