The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 27, 1939 · Page 13
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 27, 1939
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1938. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVITXE, PA. TH1KTJS1SIH. News of Day AtDunbar (Mrs. Mary Stannls Smith ol Hardy Hill has been named ounbar correspondent for The Courier Her telephone number Is 2361. Persons with Items and ncusttps are requested to call Mr*. Smith) ' DUNBAR, Jan. 27.--Mrs. James Reed was hostess at a birthday party Wednesday afternoon in honors! her little daughter, Anna Kathtrine, who was five years old. There were 14 guests present. The afternoon was spent in playing games. The table decorations were in pink and white f and in the center was a beautifully birthday cake with five pink candles on it. After the lunch was served the children were all presented with favors. Other Items of Interest. J. T. Burhans was a business caller in Pittsburgh Tuesday. Mrs. Nicolas Bell was shopping in Connellsvillc Wednesday. Nicolas Frick, who has been seriously ill at his home, is reported """* improved. , Mrs. Joseph Courtney and Mrs. rharles Mayer attended The Courier cooking school in Connellsville Wednesday. Todd Burhans was in Uniontown Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Smitley and Mr. and Krs. Raymond Hardy visited friends at Uniontown Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boll arc the parents of a baby boy, born Monday. Mi's. Joseph Pancclla was "a business caller in Connellsville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanson of Cleveland, Ohio, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hardy. Both Mr. and Mis. Hanson arc talented dancers and are the owners of a dancing academy at Cleveland. Mrs. Hanson was Miss Ruth Beals before her marriage and is a former resident. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wortmim of Charleroi were visiting nt the home of Mrs. Wortman's mother, Mrs. Charles Baker, at Pechin. Birthday Party. Jack Williams of Pcchm was honor guest at a birthday party Wednesday .. evening. Sixteen boys and girls gathered at his home to celebrate his 13th birthday. Games and moving p:cturcs were the main attractions of the evening. The group all sang "Happy Birthday." Betty Som- cis of Vanderbilt sang a solo, accompanied at tl.c piano by her mother, Mrs. Joseph Somers. Bruce Pickens won the door prize. Jack received many lovely gifts. The guests - then gathered at the table where n a beautiful birthday cake with pink lunch was served. On the table was icing and 13 yellow candles. Calvin and David Somers of Vanderbilt were guests. SewltiE Club to Meet. The D.' D. D. Sewing Club, which usually meets Thursday evenings, will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Willis Craig. Ninth Birthday. Glenn Hardy celebrated his ninth birthday at a family dinner Sunday. On the table was a large birthday cake baked by h'is mother. Besides the immediate family those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brmdlc and baby of Connellsville and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder and daughter Janet of Uniontown. Party for Teacher. Students of the fourth and fifth grades of Pechin school held a surprise party Jor the teacher, Miss Ida _ Martin, recently. They played games and sang songs. A lunch consisting o£ sandwiches, fruit and a cake, baked by Mrs. Jessie Hardy, was enjoyed. Many Attend Iancc. Largely attended was the round and square dance held Wednesday evening nt St. Aloysius Hall. Miss Anna DiAngelo was in charge of the affair and Mrs. FrMlk Grass, Carru-- Giobbi and Josephine Dario assisted. Music was furnished by Joseph Sfcro, J. T. McVey, Denunc- Provance and Lou Addis, the last named from Lemont. James Daugherty was figure caller. Out-of-town persona attending were from Connellsville, Mount Braddock, Lemont and Lcis- enring. Will Conduct Service. At the Christian Endeavor meeting Wednesday evening the following program was carried out: Prelude; hymn, "In My Heart There Rings a Melody"; prayer hymn, "I Would Be True": volunteer prayers closing with "The Lord's Prayer"; vocal solo, Ruth Hamilton; Scripture, Harry McDowell; vocal duet, Anna Hennessey and Lizzie Hay; leader's talk, "My Church," Regina Pope; talks, Bessie Worscll and Wayne Hamilton; vocal solo, Harold Moycr; talks, Gladys Hardy and Freda Wells; hymn, "Living For Jesus"; Christian Endeavor benediction. Tho services at the Methodist Protestant Church will be in charge of the young people all day Sunday, beginning with Sunday School at 9:15 A. M. with a special responsive reading and a vocal solo by Sara Jane Reed. This will be followed by the morning church service at 11 o'cJotk. Albert Fulmcr of «ha Fust Methodist Protestant Church of Connellsville · will be the speaker. Louise Moyer and Lois Jean Hardy will sing a duet. The Sunday evening service will be m iorm of a chancel drama, entitled "Shrines." Those taking part in the program are: Religion, Cath' crine Moyer; church, Gladys Hardy; new Methodist church, Cora Challant; Abranam, John Miller; Joseph, Harold Harvey; Moses, Albert Harvey, Sr.; David, Chailes Hardy, Jr.; fC-ng Solomon, David Thomas; Isaiah, Earl Porter Hardy; Nehcmiah, Earl Martin; Peter, Wayne Hamilton; K-iul, Robert McDowell; Constantino, Edwin Baker: Ulphilas, Harold lloyer; St. Augustine, Alan Hamilton; Maitin Luther, Arthur Harvey: John Wesley, Harry McDowell, and Rulh, Freda Wills. Somerset County Fair Will Be Held Again This Year MEYERSDALE, Jan. 27.--Directors of the Somerset County Fair Association were elected at a meeting here. They are S. S. Rickard, W. A. Allshousc, L. D. Peck, D. J. Pike, W. J. Gumbcrt, D. Guy Floto, Frank P. Brown, Edison .VI. Hay, W. H. Baldwin, Harry Mcsrs, Frank Black, M. L, Gcisbert, C. M. Bird, F. F. Hobel, S. L. Saylor and Joseph Croner. The directors will meet February 2 to elect officers. It was decided to hold the annual fair this year. Flying Romeo and Bride Callle, Hog Receipts Lead ai Stockyards Cattle, calves and hogs receipts were good at the weekly auction of the Fayetto Stockyatd Company at Evans Manor. Sheep receipts were light with a strong demand. Eggs in case lots were offered with . good demand. The quotations: Cattle (receipts good) -- Common to good steers, $6 to $8.50: common to good heifers, $5.50 to $7.50; common to good bulls, $6 to S7.50; medium to good Jat cows, $5 'a $6.75; bolognas, $4 to $5; scrub $3.50 to $4. Calves (receipts heavier) -- Good veals, to $12; mostly $11 to $11.50; common veals, $9 to $11; heavy .Hid thin calves, $5 to $0. Hogs (receipts good) -- Medium weights, $8 to $8.50; heavy weigh $7.50 to $8; light weights, $8.25 to S8.50; sows, $6 to $6.75; pigs, $3 to $5.50 per head. Sheep (receipts good) -- Lambs, $6 to $9; good wctncrs, $4.25ato $5.25 common owes, $2 to $3; good bucks S4 to $G; culls, $2 per head, down. Poultry (receipts good) -- Heavy 17c to 20^c; leghorns, lOc to 35c ducks, 13c to 15c; turkeys, 20c to 25c Ealy Heads Important Groups. HAER1SBURG, Jan. 27.--Sonata Charles Ealy of Somerset county veteran Republican, was appointee chairman of the powerful appropria 1 tions and executive nominations com mittees in the State Senate. BURS Moran Acquitted. CHICAGO, Jan. 27.--A criminal court jury acquitted George (Bugs) Moran, prohibition era gang chieftain, and two other defendants of conspiracy charges in connection with an alleged plot to lorgc and cash $500,000 in travelers checks. Parish Iloiue Robbed. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 27,--Police launched a probr into the robbery of St. John's Crock Catholic Church parish house Saturday night when $15 in cash, a yellow gold wrist watch and a silver cigaret lighter were taken. Ulysses Lape Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 27.--Ulysses Lape, 71, a resident of Garrctt (or 49 years, died Friday at-his home there. A native of Hoovcrsville, he leaves his wife, a daughter and two brothers. elected chairman o£ the Somerset County Board o£ Public Assistance to succeed Mrs. Ruey F. Picking ol Somerset. Heads Somerset »PA. SOMERSET, Jan. 27.--Mrs. Mar-; garct Gilbert ol _Jcnnerstown was i REGAIN YOUTH QUICK WAY Tea T3. 1 WM »11 In but 0»t»l ««· I«· Tooth, Ylior"--W. J. O'ftWlt. D«UCH OBTEKX W HIM wi.»te iltoalini. .bnln.3 ntn nw wiutt. ·Ucb Dip* r»» UP AT ONCK: ·!£ «l»" · ntlcontoii ·dilitd b» iMdlnr doctor!, flif*. Pj"»- nt libliu 0«l II OSTKEX WIT lor lit. It Jol iMllthled. mrt« rtfutwli rrteo of lull p«rk»f«. Tou -'«ttj. Gtt ntw joulh todtr. ' -TAo NowRawOyifer Tonic For sale at union Drue Co. Brian Graver and his wife, tho former Eloana Pctrovna, aro pictured on arrival in London after Ills unauthorized flight from Stockholm to Russia. 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TEXAS SEEDLESS M-70 SIZE 2 6 25c 25c Oranges Fresh Florida Peas Broccoli cud. n Fruii 19c ,«35c b10c Rtd Rip* 6«rrl*s--For DoHcipus Shortcal* IDc SI, 19c ioc Soap LaFraice Powder 4 Bon Ami Powder tax Sunliriie Cleanser 3 AP Ammonia PK laundry Soap 10^, Easy Task Soap Chips "* 25c Dran.o or Sani Flush c.. 19c Seminole Tissue Waldorf Tissue Red Seal Lye Fastidia Cut-Rite Wax Paper CLEANSING. TISSUES 35c 4»i.,23c 6,oii.23c »«lOc p5 ' M °M8c 2 Me fc'IOc Sunn ir- flild Gortons Codfish Armour's Sliced Beef Swiss Cheese ,*.» Sardines in on Tomato Juice IONA Rajati Syrup · Pancake Flour Bisquicfc Kara Syrup Rolled Oats Paper Towels ££. 3 r.n, 25c Encore Macaroni "g 19 c Encoie Spaghetti '£ 19c Good Luck Pie Filler ^ IQc HUE IAIEI Sunnyfltld un 5C ?-25c ·V515C ir, 25c ^ We ,, 35c I22c 'Line ! No.24CA c«nj Zuu Encore Kcodles Sanka or Kaffee Hag Maxwell'House Coffee Dated Coffee Heinz Baked Beans AP Com mout; Wfieaties Huskies Grapefruit De! 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