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January 27, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, l',33. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNEULSVILLE. PA. PAGE FIVE SCOTTDALE TO OBSERVE SCOUT WEEK t Churcfi Anniversary Program Sunday MT. PLEASANT SCOUTS PLAN HONOR COURT Windows Will Display Handicraft; Court of Honor Planned. ACTIVITIES EVERY DAY Special to Tho Courier. SCOTTDALE. Jan. 27.--The 29th anniversary of the Boy Scout movement will be observed nationally February 8 to 15. In anticipating appropriate activities, District 6 committee of Scottdale met with scoutmasters of the district in the Y. M. C. A. last Sunday, at which time plans were laid for the anniversary. The Wcstmoreland-Fiiyette Council will sponsor a radio program daily during the week. This program will be presented by Boy Scouts and Scouts from Scottdale and this district will participate.' A Court of Advancement will be conducted at 7:45 o'clock this evening in the Y. M. C. A. by Chairman R. F. Darsie. All Scouts who are ready for advancement should be present ·so that they may obtain the proper recognition at the Court ot Honor which will be conducted during anniversary week. Local troops will sponsor displays of Scout handicraft in the windows of merchants. On Wednesday, February 8, the scoutmasters are planning to hold a get-together in the armory. The program will be announced at a later date. Thursday, February, 9, the Court of Honor will be conducted at 7:30 o'clock in the Arcade Theatre. . The meeting is free and thf. public is cordially invited and urg'jd to attend The speaker will be Walter P Schenck, . rrctary of the Uniontown Chamber of Commci-cc. Mr. Schcncl ha;; entire charge of the anniversary week program in Uniontown. The Court of Ho-ior is held to formally and officially recognize properly the cdvanccment of Boy Scouts. After, the court a motion picture will be shown, the title of which not yet available. It is urged tha parents of both boy and girl scouts and all friends of scouting be present. Friday, ^ebruary 10, will be parents' night. The parents of the Boy Scouts will be invited to visit thi troop in its quarters where a pro gram will be arranged for their en tertainment. Sunday, Fet--jary 12, all troop sponsored by churches will attcn church services in a body. Troop sponsored by other organizations wi] attend a Oureh service of their owr choice. The District 6 committee will attend one of the churches in a bod RunS Away With Walch. Police are looking for a man wh entered the I. Posncr store in North Broadway at I I o'clock Tuesday ' morning and walked out with a S33 watch. The man approached Mr. Posner and asked that he be shown some watches. In answer to thu request a number were laid out. After looking them over, the stranger picked up one and ran out of the store. He was described as being short, heavy and wearing a plaid suit. Infant Dies. A son, born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ervin of Scottdale Thursday night i- Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, died at birth. Removed (o Hospital. Mrs. Irvjn Brown of Scottdale, Star Route, who has been ill at her home, was taken Thursday to Frick Memorial Hosoilal, Mount Pleasant. Address Kotary. Representative Warcham of the Banking Association of Pittsburgh was the Rotary Club speaker at its Monday evening dinner meeting in the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Wnrc- ham spoke on "Removing tho Mysteries of Banking." Warnock Class Meet! The Warnock Bible Class of the j Methodist Episcopal Church held its I regular meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Carl Stoner of Mulberry street. A social hour followed the business meeting. Many 'at Party. There was a good attendance at the bingo party held by the Service Company, 110th Regiment, in the armory, Wednesday evening. It was the second in a series of parties being held by the company. The East End United Brethren )hurch will observe the 10th anniversary of its dedication nest Sunday evening, January 29, at 7:30 o'clock. A special progiam is being nrranged. Selections will be rendered by n chorus choir and a men's quartet composed of Clair Miner, John Reed, Kenenth Swartz and Hazier Burkhardt. The pastor, Rev. \V, J. Ritchey, will deliver the sermon. Ground was broken for the church July 10, 1928. On August 12 the cornerstone was laid by Rev. J. S. Fulton of Johnstown, assisted by the pastor, Rev. Paul A. Morris. Sunday, January 27, 192!), witnessed the dedication of the chuich. The service was in charge of Rev. W. S. Wilson, superintendent of the Allegheny Conference. The late William Henry was president of the board of trus- tcse, a position he held to the time of his death hist week. Mr. Henry donated them two loti on which thu church stands and assisted materially in financing the building. The following pastors have scivcd the congregation: Rev. Paul Morris-, under whose leadership the building was erected; Rev. R. II. Arndt. Rev J. J. Thompson, Rev. C. H. Keller Will Feature Observance of Annual Boy ScoutjWeek OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Special lo Tho Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 27.-National Boy Scout Week will be ob- .scrvc'd by the Scouts of District No. 7, which includes nl! of the troops of Mount Pleasant ,md Mount Pleasant township, from February 5 io 11 The fcatuie of the observance In this zone will be the Court of Honor to be held at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening, February 7, in Ramsay High School Auditorium. \. K. "Rosey" Rowswell of PittsburiJi will be '.he principal speaker. The meeting will be open to the public, and one ot the largest crowds ever to nt'.cnd a Scout program is anticipated. Nurse llcsicns. and Rev. W. H. Ritchey, the picscnt Mlss Eluabeth Harper, who for minister (lie past seven years has been a The conKrvgulion \v;i.s officially | nicmUL . r o f the nursing staff ot the organized by Rev. L. W. SUilil, j[ OU!1 t pleasant Red Cross Chapter, missionary superintendent o£ the United Berthren Church, on May 27, 1928, with 72 charier members. Since then the mcmber.-.hip ha* more has ri-.siitncd, effective Wednesday, February 1. MKs Harper will return to Conas a member of thc Fay- nce en te m e m e r s p a* more nciisvi]],, as ., member of the Fay- than doubled, the present number t cttc COUM | y nursing service, where being 160. NEW ARCHBISHOP Archbishop Thomas J. Walsh Appointment of n new Catholic archbishop of New York to succeed the lats Patrick Cardinal Hayes is imminent, according to information at the Vatican. Those most prominently mentioned are Bishop Stephen J. Donahue of New York; Archbishop Edward A. Mooney of Detroit; Archbishop John T. McNicholas of Cincinnati; Archbishop Thomas J. Walsh of. Newark, N. J.; and Archbishop Joseph P. Ruromel of New Orleans. (Central Proa) Grim Reaper OSCAR M. BOWMAN SOMERSET, Jan. 27.--Oscar M Bowman, Somerset township farmer died Monday afternoon at his home after a ling( ring illness. A son of thc late Chauncey and Susan Walkoi Bowman, he had spent his entire life in Somerset "county. He was twid married. He leaves his second wife seven children, all born to the firs wife; 24 grandchildren, four great- grandchildren and one brother. (ule Mail Exceeds Pnlirn Vaar nf 'QR i -' Limit: I Cm Ul 7 0 I By International New*. Service. WASHINGTON, Jnn. 27.--Postmaster General Jam% A. Farley confirmed previous c-stimatcs that postal rcvcnuo and mnil volume for .he 1038 Christmas period broke all records. Postal earnings for lust Deirmbcr ,otn!!cd $07.889,9(1. This fifiurc, Farley sn:d, is (qunl to the postal receipts for thc entire fiscal year of 1808. T .. _ , « capon Is No Defense. she served for 11 years prior to coming to Mount Pleasant. She has gained a host of friends here nnd her leaving will be keenly felt by the Expounds lUljIlcan Ghost. Rev. J. E. Ilartman. pastor of the Reunion Presbyterian Church, at the Wednesday mid-week service held in the s-ocinl rooms- of thc church, read ,md expounded a Biblical ghost story, Observe Founder's Day. Moss Ro;e Ixxige of Odd Fellows, and Julia Rebcknh Lodge celebrated Founder's D.iy Thursday evening in the Odd Fellows Hall. The program included singing of America; a p.ipcr on the "Life ot Thomas Wildcy," by Mrs. Vcra MacDonald: a vocal solo by Mrs. Lillian North; n talK on the founder and what thc order stands for by Edward Bitncr: a reading by MON'ON'GAHELA. Jan. 27.--E. C. j Mrs . Evn Patterson, and group sing- Dittmore of Milwaukee, reformed ex- ing by tnc au diencc. At thc close convict, told the Rotary Club "it is ol lhc mcetinp refreshments were more dangerous to carry a gun as jprvcd ·protection' against a holdup man ' n | rt |, at n osn iti) than to be without it." The average A d ., URht ,, r was born '^ Mr . and man. he said, docsrit h,,vc a chance M s u ,,,,,,, of Lycippus at when he goes for h,s gun during a Krick Mcmorial nosp , t .,, this morn . sliek " U! - ing. Child Auto Victim. GREENSBUKG, Jan. 27 Josephine Eckberg, four year:, old, daugh- ' stahlmnn, president of thc American ter of Mrs. Kathleen Eckberg of Newspaper Publishers Association, Won't Submit to Censors. FRESNO, C;cl.. Jan. 27.--Joints G. Irwin, was fatully injured Wednesday evening when struck by an automobile as she was crossing thc street at Irwin. The* car was driven by Daniel Brownfield of Grcensburg, R. D. 1. said here: "Thc pr'e-,s of America is determined that it will never submit to censorship by legislative enactment, executive fiat, the jingle of tainted money nor bullets from thc dark." · To KPCJI Live Coons. HARRISBURG, Jan. 27. -- State Game Commission reminded humors that application lor permits to keep live raccoons must be made within five days after ihc season closes January 31. Requests made after February 5 will be rejected, the commission Slid. Son Born (o Dcvlnes. HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 27.--Mrs. Andy Devine, wife of the film comedian presented her husband with a seven-pound son, their second, at a hospital here. Mrs. Devine is the former Dorothy House of the films. Nc\fspapcrs Increase. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 27.--An increase of 68 in the total of daily, weekly and semi-weekly newspapers in the United States during 1D38 was reported in the N. W. Ayer Son's directory. MISS CATHERINE MOCK SOMERSET, Jan. 27.--Miss Catherine Mock, 8C, one of the oldest residents of the county, died Monday night at her home at Windber. Mountainous Interest. NEW VORK, Jan. 27.--If the archaeologist who digs up the New York World's Fair "time capsule" in the year 6U39 could collect two per cent compound interest on the $2.91 contained in the capsule, he would possess a fortune of more than 29 quintillion dollars. George Macphcrson Dies. PITTSBURGH, Jnn. 27.--Gcor ftf c Macphcrson, 73, who organized the first cricket and soccer clubs here in the '90's, died at the home ol a son in Detroit.' Wife Preservers * fork for stirring boiling ncc When done, nnwj in hot water. Cover pan with cloth and set all in pan of hot uatfi oversow heat until sorvinff time Wednesday, February 1st, is the last day on which to pay the third installment of 1938 School Taxes without penalty. C. K. McKESSON,. Tax Collector I2! 1VEST Al'PLB STBEET SMALL LEAN S-RIB PORK LOIN ROASTS " 13 FOR UOASTING--BONELESS FREJH PORK ROLLS "· 22 SMA1.1. SHAN'KLTCSS SMOKED PICKICS QUALITY BEEF SEt.EC.TKD NEARBY EBGS SWEFT'S PREMIUM GHS8KENS ROUND STEAK ROASTS XANCY HADDOCK FILLETS "· 10 CREAMERY ROLL BUTTER ASED N. Y» CHEESE U. S. No. 1 Potatoes cacli ·*· 2 for 15 Sweet Juicy Tangerines Bleached Endive HfiCftROHl M" 1 "" 2 r k " - l 5 SPABHETTI M"-'"" 2 rk "- 15 VAN CAMP MILK 3 T «" 16 STA-FRESII JtKUAH 2 hlg 1,-. PRUHES 2 u,.uox|(j COFFEE ' 3 Lb - 23 ROSEDALE PEAS 4 N °-» 19 DEL MONTE TUNA 2 c» 23 SHIDEnS CORH 3 N - - ' 2 5 SNIDERS PEAS 3 ··''·= 25 HEIHZ BEAKS 3 ""· 29 SCOTT TISSUE « "»»« 25 WALDORF !«»"· 15 PStO SOAP (J B »" 33 Fancy Broccoli Solid KrKp I-ettucc FELS HAPTHA PEACHES APRICOTS Sun» M t BAKERS COCOA PANCAKE FLOUR PAHCAKE SYRUP PAKCAKk SYRUP ELBOW MACARONI SANDWICH-SPREAD CAMPBELL BEANS PHILLIPS BEANS PHILLIPS SOUPS BUCKWHEAT PIGS FEET i.b. 15 ». Lb-27 "·29 2 »«· 45 2 Ul -55 "23 '· 28 head -*-" 2 for 15 |OB«'40 J UlL'Cmnl 23 2 ris»- 25 Lb. Can | | 4 "«· 19 Qi. 23 2 JUB. |5 20 l-b. 79 Qt. 19 4 c.r. 25 0 I-lb.C»nf 25 g Bee. Cans 25 S". 17 CHEF BOY-AR-DEE SPAGHETTI MEAT BALLS c.n 10 Italian Cook SALAD OIL Gal. 79 GERBER'S PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans 75 AS FINE AS THE FAMOUS BABY FOODS Good Luck DESSERTS 3 pk **-25 PI. Cruit, pkr. 11 GRAHAM CRACKERS 2 ^ - 1 5 ORANGE JUICE 12O - 4 C «"I9 SODA CRACKERS PURE HONEY riAHT RINSO RLS'SO. OXYDOL CUT BEETS POSTUSI CEREAL 2 Lb. |2 Lb. (4 rkc. K2 pktr. 18 4 Xtte *c box 21 CRAX CRACKERS BURNETTS VANILLA FP PEARS FP FIGS Fm CHERRIES BORAXO 2 Pk«. 25 2"-25 2 Bte 2n 2 T «" 25 2 c»n. 23 SANKA 2 Lb 69 D OST BRAN FLAKES 2 pk *»- 15 Ttll.y TEA BAGS lt)0'» ffl GOLD mmi FLOUR P9LLSBURY FLOUR 24/ 2 .ib. sick -jfg 24'/ 2 .|b. Sick |g HESHZ BABY FCOSS 2 c« You a /Now "Muscles" Medwick. Joe) (Mickey King) Medwick, who won (the nickname ol Ducky-Wucky in Tclxas, now wants to be known as "Mutjclcs," he told sports writers in Florida where he is wintering with his wife and son. The Cords star outfielder refers to his heir as "Muscles, Jr." i Big Deficit Liberalism By UAKLKY L. LUTX /Y«»/*»5.*or of Public Finttncc t Princeton University In the course of the recent campaign there were many references to liberalism and some pccul'or tests were proposed by which to distln- guls h the liberal sheep from the react onary Koats. For political reasons. complete Identity was nssum- c d b : v c e n liberalism and the present ad- m i n i s t r a - tion program To be a liberal, ono must be In full accord with t l i e p r o g r a m and only those w h o w e r e i n such o c c o r d were liberals. If wo go back far enough, we flnd that llbcraKsm. as a political doctrine, meant comparative freedom Jrom governmental restriction and domination. Liberalism meant freedom for the individual. The hated words laltacz fairc were an extreme expression of this coaL This meaning has now been almost completely reversed, for modern liberalism Implies increasing governmental control, supervision, regulation and restriction. Tho modern liberal U one who demands ever more from his government. In former days another word was used to describe such it viewpoint. It was paternalism. This has always been an unpopular word for tt tells every one exactly what it stands for. Many people who arc afraid of labels prefer to regard themselves as liberals, tiot realizing that the labels have bccri switched and thai their so-called liberalism Is really paternal- Urn. The im-dern liberal has been defined as one who 1* liberal with other people's money. The accuracy of this definition has been admitted, tacitly L* not openly, for a considerable part of that which we recognize as administration liberalism has rested upon a free and reckless use of public funds. Such liberalism has lifted the public debt to the unprecedented height of $40 billions (as of June 30th next) and it is now operating on an utterly fantastic budget of $9 billions for the current fiscal year. Tl'e kind of freedom toward which stifh liberalism Is carrying, us is the complete freedom to pay heavier taxes than ever before in order to redeem the debt that has been piled up. It Is not necessary to stand for this kind of financial lunacy In order to be a liberal. It is not necessary to hand, on to our children such an enormous first mortgage upon their wealth and their labor in order to be a liberal. Indeed, thts Is about the most reactionary thing that we could do to them. It means that we wan* all the credit for doing a lot of things toward human betterment, but that we ore too stingy or too short-sighted to foot the bill for these things a- we go along. Hence we leave the bill for the next generation to pay. although we have good reason to know that the going may be even loughcr for them than for us. the world being what it is. Big deficit liberalism Is not the only kind, nor ii it the best kind.,A much better kind is pay-as-you-go liberalism. The man who keeps his bills paid up Is the only one who can look his fellow men in the eye and tell them where to go. He is the only truly free man, the real liberal. Pay-as-you-go liberalism docs not prevent movement toward desirable social objectives, it says that you can have as much social progress as you arc willing to pay for. It sayrthat If you try to get more social progress than this, you are doing It at the expense of your children and of their children. It says. in short* that such a policy is not liberalism at all. but a desperate and greedy toryism. What you don't see I You can't weight it . . . . you can't sell it by the yard, yet it is tile. most important part of your purchase. We're talking about the integrity ot the name behind your jcwclcry-- Let the name Kurtz be your assurance of good taste and quality no matter what you spend. DIAMOND RINGS from $37.50. DIAMOND WEDDING RINGS from $15.00. J. M. KURTZ DIAMONDS AND FINE JEWELRY TJie cuiniiaiiionsliip of a singiiip canary i.s Indescribable. HEAR THE MASTER SINGER Hartz Mt. Choppers and Rollers GUARANTEED SINGERS CANARY BIRDS-Undetermined Sex $4.93 ..$1.00 Cities - -.. Cairo Covers ..... Seed 0 minis _ d'rnvol Taper, 3 .sizes Hlnl Jtuths Brackets Bird Hitters Bird Tonic _. French's Bird Heed Bird Iron Tonic Skin Ointment Foot Balm §1.00 ·*«, Counter Special Mixture Bird Seed ____________ ........ _... ...... 23c Sonir Itestorer .. ............ ,, ........ .................... -- 10c-20c Health 1'ood-wltli Cod Liver Oil _10c-20c' Food __________________ _... _____ ........... .10c-20e Cuttlo Bone ___ Honey Nibble 5c 5c Nestling Food -- : Bird Gravel ------ .... 3Uxoil Canary Feed ...... Jly-TOIite Powder ______ Hapc Seed ....... ........ ............. Love Bird and Finch Seed .. « -- Xnin Floor.. February Is a Party Express Your Sentiment "With n Hiirphy Card or Gift. Valentines Get Yours JToiv! 3fev Shipment CHINESE CHECKERS Heavy cardboard, c o-ni p 1 o-t e- with Masonitc Boards, wood frame; heavy cardboard, metal bound. Complete with marbles. Counter 11, Main Floor. items Recommended At The Courier Cooking School Cake I'lutcs _..20c-25c I'fe Plates 15c.20c Measuring Cups __._5c-20c Condiment .Tars lOc Casserole Sets $1.00 Counter 7--Downstairs. Can Openers --5c-10c-2."c ".Mixing Spoons _ JOc Measuring Spoons --tOc Kitchen Shears 25c Pastry Blender lOc Pastry Brushes lOc .Rulilier Spatula. lOc Spatulas lOc Wood on Salad Howls ...25e Timers lOc Egjr Heaters 10e-23c Counter 14--Downstairs.' Ring Molds ")C Bread' Pans 5e-10c aititTr/i Pans 10c-15c-25c Caiie-Pans ... ' 3c-10c-15c-20e-25c-89c"We Cookie Cutters Sc-lOc Cookie Sheets J0c-15c-20c Pie Tins 5c-10c Counter 19--Downstairs. Waffle I»ns 81.00 Electric Toasters $1-51.20 Counter 21--Downstairs. Pliofilm and Oilsilk Covers ll)c-25e-t»c Index Tfccipe Hook .... 2."c Wax Paper lOc Crinkle .Muffin Cups lOc Counter 6--Main Floor. Have tlie pink nnd -white perfection--so prized in the femJ- nim Yicforiiui vogue. Keep y(fur skin, soft nnd delicate" with Protective Lotions. Italian Balm ,, lOc, 33c Frostilla .'. 25c Hinds Honey and Almond Cream 10c-25c Jergen's 20c Woodbury's Dreskin Hess Sanya Chamberlain's Counter 4--Main Floor 1 IS WHAT I NEED'." Kulicn Shirts We, 25c, aflc Binders',.~ ...__._;.._:.._ »»...__j.' 5e, lOc Kimonos «...«-«TM»..-..-M.«..««.'.."»--"^«--*...--."«-»---.. 25c (^O^yim ,, _ i.i. 'I'-nn^.- i .iii..iiil **^i 2r)C Ocrtrudes- , , r L .',.*. -. .1..-. 15c« 2oc Sun ties «...» - ~« «....TM.--«..»».«-....,».....»...... 25c Dresses and Creepers 25c, 39c, 49c Dilipers, $f dozen .'.- .". TM...'. _...'. 49c Knlibcr 1'iintles ..-'. 10c,'13c, 25c, 35c Quilted 1'ads-........'.--.-..'. loc, 25c, a»c IJtiltber S)ic(its lOc, 25c, 39c JJnltlier Slieetinp, yd. --49c Kliinkets - -..- 23c, -liic, 09c, $1.00 For 'J'«in lii.Mirancp ''"}' a complete liiyctto ar, JFurpliy's. If it's twiiK j o n «et u duplicate l^ltEK! Counter 20--Main Floor. STORES -- -^-^ligasaaQBaafceiajuv- -----WITH SELECTED MERCHANDISE T O * I 2 2 "TIIK BJ.'IGHTKST SPOT IX TfMVV

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