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January 31, 1939

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rCJESDVSf, JANUARY 31, ia59 THE DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVILLE PA. PAGE THREE MT. PLEASANT MAY ASK FOR CONVENTION Firemen to Sound Out Sentiment of Community's Residents ANNUAL DINNER FEBRUARY 22 Special to rhe Courier MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan 31 -The IMount Pleasant Volunteer Fire Department « ill hold its annual banquet for members oand and the Ladies Auxilnrj February 22 th" place to be announced ~tt a later meeting The commi tee in charge is \ C Robenslaw cha rman John ^\i%on Kenneth Crusan R H King "Elgie Keefer, Chief Louis Sargent anc Assistant Chief H-irrj Whetsel Ihe department will hold its annual fair from June 21 to July 1 nclusive with the parade on Thurs- daj June 29 Location has not been decided upon The committee charge is composed of Jesse Keeler chairman Chief Louis Sargent anc Secreary Rav Bmg?man Trev \vil secure necessarj rides and a plice to held the fiir The attitude of bumess men ant residents on bidding for the 1940 meeting of the Association is to sounded out A committee composed of R H King Chief Sal gent Assistan Chief Wnetse 1 Charles Crosby John Muir Claude Sample, Elgi Keefer Secrearj Bmgaman and Treasurer Hoy Crosb}, vi 1] contac the residents of the boiough Thi: committee will repoit at the nex regular meeting and should the atti tude be fa orable plans v\ ill be begun for secur ng the convention m 1940 Infart Suffers Cuts Jane Dreliszak nine months olc was severely cut ibout the f ice da at noon when she fell on a mil] bot le Sev ei al sta ches were required to close the wound Birth at Frick Hospital A son was bom f o M and Mrs C Ti Shjbb of RufT»dalc earlv tin morning at Frick Memoiial Hospital "Not "Groundhog Dav Yet Miss M a i v Gal ey pimcipal of th Third Ward school Saturday c\ em thought the calender had skipped few days or that Br e Groundhog had come out earlier than the da set lor him, when she met an tinima m an allev near her home Iri davlignt it was found that th 1 groundhog vv as a possum Leadership School A Leadership Trining School \M. be opened this evening in the Midd 1 Presbjterian Church sponso ed bj the Mount Pleasant-Donegal distric* jot the Westmoreland County Sundaj - School Association The school will continue fo~ a period of six weeks meeting each Tuesday evening Kev H B CJawson pastor of tna Middle Presbyterian Cnu~ch vv 11 be a^an of the school ard will also serve as one ^f the instructors Rev Claw son will teach ' Church History " The o her instructor:, aid their subjects are C D Lauffer "The Superintendent s Task" Rev Harold C Baer 'Christian Worship and Rev E Stewart Proper, ' The Teachings of Jesus Visual Program The Youth Fellow snip of the First -Evangelical and Reformed Church was in charge of the 7 o'clock serv ice of the churcn Sunday evening Use ·was made of motion pictures in natural color for a period of v isual meditation and al^o to present the ·-torv of the local fellowship since its o gamzition last fall C. H. S. NEWS OF THE DAY Sophomore Plaj Trsouts I Tryouts lor the Sophomoie clnss, . a j were held at 3 4o o clo'-k today in charge o£ Miss Glndys Phillips ssisted by Miss Doiothy Mitr-ias Tilks in Chcmcrift Club A review of the book 100 000 000 ·lunea Pigs \vas reviewed nd discussed bv members in Chemc-a r t Club Mrs, Russell Burkholder s iponsor Fine Health Notebooks Numerous notebooks peitnirurg to ica th were submitted to Edward S Spotov ich at the end of the semester Among the outst indmg note bool s vere those of Olgn Marie Pr nkev Dolores King Dons Davvson and Idn Webster W L IJiidfrc Plaveil LCM.IS Budge Club spe it the enti e club pel od play ng bridge and prnc icn g long c iscusscd plns | Woodcir\mK Club Whittles W h i t t l i n g took up the meet ng of the Woodc irv ng Club in cha ge of Paul A Keightlcy Otneis cad science moeizmcs Monej Talks'* Lloyd Shaner's Economics Classes are studjmg money ind collecting coins, used not orly in this country in foieign countries Fine t^ks e been gn en bj Marie Haley Jeonaid Long EfTie Da\is, Eugene Vlartrano Bet y Mooie Kith ~\n Ritenour, Helen Herbert ard Sibert Nelson Tjcnsrtln Discussion T i c M-nth of Time Club will be bjsy d jcjs«jnf Wndt s Wiong Wj h Coi nellsvi ic fa the ne\t fc\v ue°ks ns each member it to speak after ·uhich \ get ei \\ d scussjon wiP be held No moic than Coui memocis arc ab e to spe ik nt i meeting To dale the b ,dj,e the *-euagc disposal s= em nnd in e fat sice fiie stntior ha\ e been the mam points of cas- cussion MANY ATTEND P R E S I D E N T ' S PARTY, DANCE Scottdale Affair Success, Everson Event Will Be Friday OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Autobiographies bv Seniors Students in Miss Lleanor Hoi md s Senioi Eng ish classes uiote auto- Doushnuls in Foods Cliss Miss A ice ? lui ph s foods c asses aiP making doughnuts Tl e lesbons \\cic staited in some clnsses before the onnu 1 tc cher confcience Leg in Snccial to The uo irler SCOTTDALE Jon 3] --Dancirg and circls featui ed the President s b i r h d i y pi ty held from *) lentil 1 0 doc . Mond i cv enmg n the Legion home -\ulh Lddie Higg nb Music Mistcis fuimshmg the mi = c? The* committee in oblige \vas Geoigo S McCuidy gcnoial chairman Philip L TheibLi Jinxes Bates, 1 II Mm i iy and Miss Dorolhv Djllaid Ab one hiK he rroney is left in the comrrunity this jear the Mai eh News of Tn-Town Community biographies many of - were il- lustritca \\ith photogiaphs Some .cellent ones v.ere The Gteit Success James Smith Youth IT Dcs- pa r Haii K nglev Much Ado About Nothing Jack Foley *M IVemoirs John Baibor So tar So Good " Junior Yoankm ' My Innermost Secrets Harold IVinerd One the Four Dmghtei^ 1 Winnie Me Cairns and ' My 3ram Ch Id Rhe i Cortnej of Dimes pro^ od vciy popul u \\ith i pin gi\ en each pcibon uho con- tiibu eel a dime 01 moic Wen the i ccmdit ons u c i e agun i ic Women s Democr ihc Club of Fseison which cponsoied the Piesi- dcnts pn tv it the Recicitton Centei there Mond i evening For tint iea- son the p u \ \\ II be corti lued nt dossed the Stamp Club and told of 7 30 , OCl ° tCk .F' d 1J ° V mm * '" th ° m m j methods o' mourtinfi bt iraps | ^^ u l t l lho ^ ro for i collect on I T c usec, a few Report Cards Tod n Rcpoit cirds for the past si\ weeks pciiods and the lating foi he first semeste \\eic given toriav Thomas Hv itt Guts Addicts Dianas I v a t t piLsiden of the. F iv-Wcst Philitcl c Society ad- mount ngs of his ov. n illusti itions D i v i d C sponsor co lection ns Guhl is club tiie same pin pose tec 1 ? in elm fie t i e ? B u chairm in pi /L to be used he commit- M Special to The Courier DAWSON Jun 31--The icgulai meeting of f he Women s To e gn M ssionary Society o the Philip G Cocnian Memorial Methodist Episcopal Crunch has been postponed for one week The mee*' if will be held Thursday atfernoon Febiualy 9, ir the socm auditorium Personals Mr -md Mrs Godfiey Haas of Leisen ing were Satuiday calleis here Mi and Mrs Jess Pntt ot Liberty, Mr and Mis S J I Moinn gstar Mrs R B Jones Miss Nell Kul n Mrs Ken H Collins and dnughte- Viv an Yvonne and Janet Mane Brewer the last n imed o r Vanderbilt were Conrellsv illc cailers Sat- urd 1} L P Sh pley so l of M r and Mrs E P Shipley of Galley s leet spent t le mid-semester v acation from C irnewe Institute of Tec mology at h s lome Hobeit Homy AntI -Syphilis Campaign BegS rts Tomorrow; Whole Nation to Be ; Covered Dechung syp iilis to be fai moie, Chestei is chanmon The membcis pievalcnt than tubercu'osis 01 in- o£ his Pennsylvania comm ttee aie G Bowmar Howard Comfoit, i aialjsis or career or diph- t icria Dl Rny Lyiran Wilbur chaii- mn of the ritioml Anti-Syphilis Committee of the Ameucan Social Hjgiene As=ociat on todav asived the shnber R P John Paul P Ciet Dennis Caidiml gal S Everh rt Robe t E Doheitj, Dougherty Dr Ed- R bbi W Habgood H Fine- Paul S a student of Beti- any College spent the nid-seriester vac it on it the lome of his n other, Mis R D Henry ol Galley st eet Miss Peggy Shallenbcigei n graduate nu s" of West Penn Hospital Pittsbuigh spert he week end at the home of her paionts Mr t nd Mrs C K Sn illenbergei Miss J i r c Dent of Pittsburgh and Mi*.? 7ora Marie Fernr stjdnte nt people of Pennsvlvann to support the cTnpaign ag^J v ls'" the venereal dis- ea»cs New cases of syphilis occui i the rnte of one a minute e v u y 24 hours Di Wilbui declaicd The king of killers tikes mole lives thdn au omobile icciderts 'Education to prevent syph lis is the ciief weapon of attack on this scoingc For example encouiage- Havens Rnlph Dorn Hetzel Mrs H Childs Hodgens C Jared Ingeisoll Mis Franklin C Irish Mis Gus av Kctterei Dr Dora Hudson Klemei Walter J Kiess Georg= T Ladd Fnnk J Lanahan D I E Liun- good Di Edi h McBride-Dextei Ml- Jo in C Martin Paul H Ma\cj Vance C McConrick Miss S M R O H a i a John E Person Di C R Philips Mrs John M Philips Mis Humbeit B Powell Mrs David Chandlei Kir 1 E Richaids Rl Re\ Fiank W Ste ictt, Di Edwaid R mcnt oE laws hat require pienatal b ood ests of expectant mothers-- suiest step to eradicate congenital svphilis also ictivities against j Weidlem and Gcoige T \Veinga~tnei piostit ition gieates single spreader I National Social Hygiene Daj being observed February 1 in more than 3 000 cit es and towns was imuguia ed o" sjphilis and gonorraea 'Other stt. is tie associatioi Chi istim I Carnegie Insti ute of Tcchn logi voluntaiy eigl l-point progiam on 48 fronts are aid to errployers and em- plojes in nidus iy, opposition to i eoical qu cks p-omotion of se\ education coitmuation of info nation and p" sonal achisory scivice to victims o r vereieol diseases oigan- ization of citizens to fight these d s- eascs and cxparsion of the You h Piogram Outstanding Americans spor«oi tne ittack on syphilis and gonorihea A\hich roll up a public and Membtis Sophomuie sti itcd ho\\ up Dcmonstritioiis m Viss G l i d j s P h i l i p s Dt m i K Club dcmon- o a ipl mal e-up PnpuIariU Contest in 21 The results of the populiutj contest in Senior Horreroom 23 spon- so^ed bv W L Lt\\ is ne Most handsome Hairy Cnllcj, M i Jo Strong most studious RobLit Fiankenbeny ird Gerald Ross tied Mary Elizabeth Whitt ikc.r gi eatest athlete Arnold Riser ind Ed th ful- le most bashful Joe Snydc md Edith Rau :ach best diessed Robeit Frankenberiy and Rena Moore noisiest Bill H ashman ttnd Mildied Stafford quietest Jules Dill md a tie betv, e Q n Esther I 7 ough and Be t Swink most enteit lining Robe-t Fnnkenberrv and A'irv E l u i b e t h ' a i e dc ng "Whittaker and most lov ng n itjre Eill Harshman and Mary Elizabeth Whittaker Dip n s Listen tn H i t l e r Students n I ir U N Tom n h m Cl i^s nc M i s E O i i n m fc.com nn C j f i phv Cl s l i s l e n c r to l) d e n s s i ^ t n bj Adolf l i i t t r Mt id % if ermon B morcy Mr- A d i N n M o c l i Vrs M irtha Ban Mis M i SomeifielG md i\ i Mai(,aict Gord i gamrs M i s Budget H nes M i s Rose Palko Mi M n j W ts n 1 i s Biodigan md Mrs Ruih S idek speaks to Rotarians FrnPst Cn 4 1 ho] /, \e in in eiesttng talk on Ineomc F i x at he i c L , u l i r c mi ei at th CM. n n mectm? f tl ! R i- t i Cl ib Him to I. se Marionettes Auhui Po\ 1 nd spon ( i i f the f l i me tt n d 1 1 pp C ul is s ii j, i i h i u i i f , nimbus lu: u | m t m i l inett % Ik i mo\e graccfulh I Choral Society To Give Special Program Feb. 8 The Civic Choial Society of Connellsville, directed by Miss Helen Keil, has arranged to sponsor a picture The Great Waltz, Jo be shoivn at the Orpheum Theatre February 7 8, and 9 the proceeds ol which will further the society s activities in pre- pa-mg and presenting choral concerts for music lo\ ers o£ Connellsville and v icimtj 'The Gi eat Waltz' is a glamorous mus cal drama ba=ed on the life of Joharn Strauss recreating the romantic story of the musician who was the voice of the gayest c ty in the world Vienna Strauss' waltzes and operetta airs are presented in spectacular sequences in the Imperial Opera the Domnayer Casino grand ball sequences and the court o£ Emperor Franz Josef Thrills are pio- vided by the Revolution in the days of Metterrjich Musically the picture is outstanding with its symphony orchestras of 90 pieces choruses ol 100 voices cind 200 brilliant dancers "The Great Walt: stars Lu Raincr the fir=t ac ress e\ er to / the Academy Avvai d tvv o 3 ears succession M hzj rCorjus bnlliart opera star from Vienna credited vv ith the greatest coloratur voice in the vvolld todav Fernand Gravet, Fugh Heibert Lionell Atvvill Heirnan Birg and Henty Hull The Cho al Society will ptesent a special peifoimance of V enrie c e music Wednesda evening Febi uary 8 at the 9 o clock fe tme The gioup is planning a scries of interesting programs foi the future This is its first appeal pnce in a ne i scnes of concei ts Freshmen Discuss Hoi I w\ ood The Freshman Dia-na ic Club sponsored by Miss Ex*i Sapolsk held a Icng hy discussion pe- aimnj, to Hollywood by revieuing the book Of All Places HolKwood ' written b the "\bbe children !· \porimenK in I ' l n s K s D md C Gu i s ph is t pi n u m f - gi iv i t \ md i u n n t h ( \ i pi n e l p l e t el i d flu Mud nts i jo\ h( w o r k c mu h th it t v am it the clost c f th schr 1 ( nd e o n t i n u e e x n n m nt 1 ; M i n d v i- ci inrr m ;f Hi p ou m u m m t U Cluh \niin ersar\ t h e bR \ \ t l c o m c CHih cf tlm H [i. t in C nter L\ i c i \\ill It Ir n urn : T ^ t \ r j ( c) di h ( n?i i it tin or t I h i i d \ i \ L T nv f n m m b L i b nd f t \ i u itt d ^,u b- f i t t lub h is h id i f n 1 M \\ ih c.ti\ i- 1i b iris "»! nsoi d in n m i i n t r JIL^J bi-fo t t l t m n t d \n Ihe tom- \ i\ l t r \ l i _ t \ n.ts r b nj, ton Jj^, ihj U L K it hr ci Br thii. i C h u i n b B u t h a r t w II C lipck Cokcr for Errors Membei r ' the C 1 or CU b p c r - soied In H i old iN U i e n n rh ek 1 I h c la^t e d i t u n of The C( !· i f r e,r im- m UK i l t n rs Continue Bird Study. I inishinc L n i t The Mature Ciub sponsoicd bv | "V i*. Vnj, ni i D I uri IM v Gt John F Lewis continued its bird 1 St t i tt c t ^ art L ^ m o K t m study w th an interesting discussion on t H I un t incl expect to tt oemg held j i*-htd this \ v t t k f % un,, b t c n ut d i.h Moun Ncbo Lri Hi p i s D i IK\ pi t_it ii \ n n t l i f r Leadership C lavs Th U m d s Mi n f Hit. L icln h r T n nj, Sc h ol ! i i.^ u c. i- du led M u l t 1 « t n i n j , in thi ML id t p j ^ L p t l C h u i c h \ \ i h nUrr* ^ i u n, n i ^ ho t riroJI d rbt. vchool is b ins t o n d u t U d u i c t r t h f Cou icil o r Chi lit) n Jrciui.«jl.i i E t ic spent the mid- pmestei v cat on at the home at the laltei s paients Mr ard Mrs John Ferraii of Liberty Mi and Vis tarl B l u r ot Stcubcnvilk O h o were Sunday Buestt, of Mrs Elai" s mother M s MarEirct Stojffer M anil Mrs Fosl'i Brj m and =01 Fo ter C a i t i s o( P i t L b u i r h s| cnl the M.cct-cnd v i ^ i u r g w i n Tricnds nd rol lives in Varderbilt Mis Ai rn Bel e B ilrj a us s t f u d nur e it "resbv enar Hospital Pilt-sbur^h ·spnnt the vvccV-end at tlu homo of hn p i i o n l s ^ l and Mi F S B il y of No th D iv, son Mr nrl Ml II n \ BIOVMI md 1 In i uJi ( N no M ic of Pi I - b n i d i V M M w t e l cnc 1 uui st^ of Air l id Mr 0 r Hu b i n d rr Ml^s M I "* Loudcrb irk anc 1 son Tiom s r T C f i n c i l l s \ i l e v i s i c d with M nri Mi F D Bie cr of \ andt i bilt Sunr" i and is sei\iced by the American Social Hgiene Association The asso- cia ion has p owded piogiam supplies and publicity fo these mee ings which aie being held in eveiv s ate and which %\.ill anu at endance e=ti- nated at 500 000 Since the Nat onal anti-syphilis tampaign was Iiunched S231 607 has been contributed foi the \oluntaij ·01 ogi am The cui i cnt appeal in Pennsylvania is n Cooperation with pi vate bill estimated at more t i a n j t h e National corrmittces atttmpt to ?500 000 000 n year In Pennsyh inia the national inti- s^ Jhihs campaign of the Ameiican Social II\g cne Association is sponsored by the Pennsylvania Anti- Sjphihs Comn~ ttee of v hich Major General William G Price Ji , of reach a goal of SoOO 000 Send Fnncs Red Man S \ N FR \NCISCO Jan 11 -- Hcli-ne Cl trc Buchanan won an annulment ot maniage from a rran she ^nid vv is in Ii dnn nsimd of a sun- buincd Sco chman Mis Buthanan tet.Li icd fehe mar icd John Luthtt Buch 11 m in Loidabuig V M in 1129 na ^(-p tiled LTr latet n f t e i he e i led me his «quiw fahe S.IK B u t h d n ir to d he he was a Scotch- min sunburned b\ cxposu e to the elementb Jimmy VanZandt Asks Identity Of Enemy of U. S A. H 'Ntoersdale Child Dead. MEVERSDALE Jan 31 -- William Untold Hird ng bom No\embei 2, last died Thui=d ^ night ^n Me- moml Hospital at Johnitoun wheie he bec-ime a patie it Januirv 11 The child M a = the son Floience El z^betn ot Willnm and Mui av Eliding News of Day AtDunbar DUNBAR, Jan 31 --A ramilv dinner was served Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur McCuslcer of Brjson Hill in honor of Mrs Dom Colatch a daughter of the Me- Cus^erb and Pegg Marietta a granddaughter There were 22 present In the center of the table were two cakes one with lour candle^ cr Peggy and the other w i t h 29 for Mrs Colatch The cakes were baked by another daughter of the McCuskers Mrs Charles Marietta The aole decorations were pink and white and the favors were pink glass baskets filled with candy Besides the immediate farm!} Mr and Mrs Tim Parnell and son Tim cf Umontov\n were present Other Items of Interest Mrs John Williams and ^on Jack were in Pittsburgh Saturday MI-S James Mnloy vas shopping m ConnellsviUe Saturdaj William Stevenson supei nt^ndent at the Pennsylvania Wire Glass Company returned irom Philadelphia Sundaj v\here he visited iriends and re'at ves Wilharn Wadsuorth of Mount Braddock vis ed friends Saturd iy Miss Dora Smiley Mrs John Maloy ard grandson Jackie were ca 1- mg on relatives m Uniortown Sunday Mr and Mrs Oscar Rugg and son Jimmy of Washington were weekend gues s at the home of the foim- er s parents Mr and Mrs Lincoln Hugg and family visited v\ ith rela wes . nd friends at Mill Run Sunday To Meet AVcdncscUj The Sundav school workers of the Dunbar Mission wul meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs AlDert Bodkin on Fuinace hil 1 F na plans for a roast beef supper will bt made the proceeds of which will be used for a buildiny fund The presi- dem Mrs John Wilson desires a good attendance Shower for Bndc Elect The Young Ladies Sodality held a shower F idav eveniny it St Aloysius Hall in honor of M ss Rose Mc- GivernandDi MelvinO Hoofer vvno vwll be manied Weonesdav rroin- mg Mary Sfeio was toastmistiess The foi owing piogram \v is piesent- the a i d You Must H v e Been a Bcajtiful j Baby by Kilty Piovance, vocal aolo ' Those \\eddm^ Bells Aie Brcal ig Up That Old Gang of Mine M a i j Dolores Ryan atcompamed it the piano by J T McVev d i e t Smile Av,hile and \\hen Its H n v e s t Time Sv eel 'Vnqehnc J T Me V~y Russian Count Scol'cl il D ml I- )U (.1 l", ri. i j lltld (.1 ri \ c ndl « . t r n; , I MivMonjr\ Soiiu Co lliel | \ \ s l i [ % G T O \ Thc \\ n n s F r MI Mi . n irv c nt i c; I nt, | S ( C u l a' the V i t i x i t Lpiscnn 1 , p ibln in Pt^ \ 1 Cliurih \ ill m t I _ M dock pnpi cnt-s i( i \ %\i.dnisda^ itltn oor In thi chuit'i | piofcr m W h o ' ted Pr -i J a n I t -- Hcpre- \ i n Z i r d t Reni i der- ndtd of l N it on I c* 'cnsc re ve s^mg to Dies in lloipitil Gioif,r W Malonc 32 jeais old life 1 in,, lesiddnt of ^tem)!en tov.n- ··hip due 1 S^turdd^ T the Unior o\\n Hospitil af ei an illness of eomph- eitions Isn't This Why You Are Constipated? What do you eat for breakfast? Cofee toast irijbe some eggs^ What do vou eat for lunch and dinner" 1 Bread meat potatoes 9 No wonder you, re consti-pated you. probably don t cat enough built. And bulk doesn t mean the amount you eat It means the Und of food that forms a soft bulky mass in *hc intestines Its this Trass that helps a bowel movement The common serse thing to do is to eat a natural la Kitive food Kellogg s All-Bran for breakfast may gh e on just the bulk jou need And it gives ycu in addition Isatures great intestinal- tonic vitamin B All Bran is not a drug not a medicire Eat it ctery day orjnk plcn y of v a^er and life will be bngh e- for ou' All Bran is made by -Celloggs in Battle Creek Sold by every grocer Blizzard Sweeps Eastward, Leaving Cities Paralyzed Conti lurd from Page One J n* r nt, i i m 1 t r 1 L lools L itop ned f er a one dav shut \\\L do The "-U rrn \\ i of 13 lives I I C'l c IL.O ind tool t\\o l i v e s i s ! n led foi the o s ft m ex i a slior in . subuibs a k n e It D tioit t o a B j f - lusetts nd falo N \ U D in M one it b acUbL \ \ j I h n t j - n n e person 1 - \sfrr inju-cc 4 i six seroush tn thiee roll sions on I the Chic L.Q e c\ i ed Imc T\\ c i t \ - nire pei c tib till \",erc in ho pit Is tod \ Indiam icpo tod it ICT T dozen DeelanriR I f uouid not vield not e v e n l ) the President in rm desire to h a \ e Ih s cou i t i \ prep ircd to meet nj e n c r ^ e n e v \ in/andt insisted on po it on for p e i e e and securt \ even in a m d uorld br ling v i h iimamcnts re«vei has boer «o J a v o t - ible s nee t 1C \S 01 Id V ir In 1 is ! rst spcoeli to 'he Hou e the foime \ tion il comraandcr of the \ e t e i ns of the Foieign \\j--, s^id S\ en ou idd up the in "rna lon- li s tu tion todaj then, is no possible onrmv foi he Lm ed St tes to light unlc s v c leave hom, to do n 'Vu u e im nt, to r ight =ome other nation s, b u t es SMALL LEAN-- CENTER CUTS PORK CHOPS " 19 . LAME CHOPS Lb 29 SAUSAGE HEAT SKINLESS WIENERS Lb 17 i9 B. K. CORN can 10 SNIDER S WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN BANTAM CORN 3 No 2 Cam Grapefruit Juice 2^29 One of the greatest countinp tasks ever undertaken bj man pets under way m Ru^s a as census Lakers comb the So\ let f or fac _s and Ijyai ts on the nation t nhab tants Some census takers are pic ured stud\inf; map of the Kuybjshev district of Moscow sqanrc danc n^ was plnjed b Joseph Sfero J P McVey ind D L Tiov once Figuic calleis \\oie John Lin- md J imos D i u g h c i t y Miss coln McGaern beautiful w i$ picscnlcd \\iih \ hitL ivoi-y and gold crucifix by Carmolli Giarrpctio ed Saxophone solos ' You re Orlv Star in My Blue Hei\en spoke for tl e s 0 dah y A lunch was erved at a late hour M n y Cdthni- ine Beighle a meee of M ss McGiv - ern who is a studert at Seton Hill College and Mis A l a i g u e t Coi ncll a sistei of Connells\ He w c i e out- of-tot\ n guests Surprise for Miss Tow lei The Gills Sundav School Class of t i e VetiodiH Episcopal Chuich au - pused Miss C u n e Fowiei a former teachei v\ ion the visited it het home Sunday The picsented Miss 'Grand R peibons deid and giles u h i t h noi them section Satuidij Tluc 0 Cm bond i c I ) Centi d fieif,ht Fowles with i node n Priici scwinj, caoiret fillca wi h stationery Church Boai-U to ~\Iicl The c h u i c l boaid o r the Methodist PiG^est-int Chuich \\ill hold a meet ing at the church Thaisdny esenmfi n the S P I c iss looms A yjoa .ittond mce is requested lesult of he storm h d bj/Tetcd the of the state since men u e i e 1 illed at v\ len n II! no s ti un left the rails aftci a landslide caused b hea\ r u n s ^ woman v\as stiuck mJ killed by hghtrinf, it Favetts\ ille Ten i ir ore of a dozen elee rical storms u inch hit Southein states One pcison \\ is k i l e d and f v e mjuied b a small tornado at Lit Miss anc a farmer was killed at Kilbouinc La by a f'-eak vv indstorm Roads throughout New Trgland weie blocl ed by d i i f and nil sea and uii tiansporlation in the aiea vv s paraly?ed Schools in mam com- mun tics w e i e closed Slate police in \vcsic n New Yoik repor ed f n m e i b in imnj sec ions iso atfcd in their homes- Tiansport - tion v\as disiup ed and schools \vcio cosed at Tomuandi Noith Ton i- v\anda and Niagara Falls The b 17/ u d cr ppled Bt ff ilo s tiansnoi tation facilities ft left n nc inches of snow theie se\en inches at DC loit six it 'ids Mich and c\en at Con^tessm n V nZnrdt will speak S U u r d a % night F e b i u i i v 4 at Ihe innu 1 b i n q i e ' of WaJtei E Bio ui Post Vetc ins of Io cign \V irs m ik- ing his tin d jppe ir mce is tl e principal spciker VAH CAMP MILK 3 T «" 16 EBAHAM CBACKERS J RED KIDNEY BEANS 4 Lb " 19 MUSTARD CATSUP 3 " Ol 25 BLUE ROSE RICE E P A N C A K E FL.Cj.UR 4 pk " 19 CAMPBELLS BEANS 4 PO SOAP I O B " » 3 3 BABY FOODS H""* 2 RED -- MAC. SPGH. 2 pkE » 9 SLICED BEEF B VIMGO NEW SPAGHETTI D9KNER 2 P I INCLUDES SPAGHETI! CHEESE SAUCE--PKG SERVES DUFFS PEANUT BUTTER Qt 15 10 25 25 15 5 o» 21 23 2-Lb Jar ' Wrnesap Apples, No. 1, 6 Ib. 25 Iceberg Lettuce 2 for 13 Juicy Grapefruit each 2 Rinso Oxydol pkg. 18 S T R E A M L I N E Foit W i j n e Ind Ai poitb fio-Ti Boston to Chicago icpoilec! oioken schedules No an- p] nob n u c left the Chicigo muni- cij jl aiipoiL sirce Suiday iftc noon Noitiwcbt A] mes olarncd to ute i sci-erunpcd iitpline to bi ng nml fioni tic T\vn Cites o Cluca^o and Marv Dolcies so'o Sun-u Blues Ryin tiurrpet Fr nci; Pi K- cioie solo M hen i Prirce of a Fel low RTeets a Cmdeiella n id \ o u Must have Been a Beag iful Babj Saia Jane Reed nccompin ed BJ i Eleanoi Reed Music foi lound an1 ENJOV LINCOLN'S WEEK-END AT COLTON MANOR «T cn Gol ho moot out oi (hia 3 d«y noi whoce aa«nhor« luxury costs so m lass Healthful z«lax«tion sa««iTand ii te and ttnaigy 2SO bathn Sh p ineni P»nnsylvini« Avenue ONE OP ATLANTIC P*ulAuoht«t Mgi F I N E S T H O T E L S S P E C I A L LINCOLN S BIRTHDAY WEEK END HATES HERE IT S3, FOLKS! Something Really New in the Automobile Service Field AUTO SERVSGI of cash On and after February 1 st we will give you a discount of 5% on all your cash purchases of Labor, Parts, Gas and Accessories Look What This Will Save You on a Few cf Our Specials Listed Below- 6 gal. Pennzip Gas Chassis Lubrication Oil Change and Grease, 5 qf. Oil Change and Grease, 6 qr. Car Wash Carbon and Valve Job 6 Auto Lite Spark Plugs Motor Tune Up 6 Cyl. ] gal. Mopar Anri-freeze On a repair Jo)) you sas ·% Reg. S 1.00, less 5% or $ Reg. $ .95, less 5% or $ Reg. $ T.75, less 5% or $ Reg. S 2.10, less .95, less 5 Reg. $ % or $ or S .95 .90 1.66 2.00 .90 Reg. $13.00, less 5% Reg. S 3.90, less 5% Reg. $ Reg. $ 4.50, less 5% 1.00, less 5% orS12.35 o r $ 3.71 4.28 01 $ or $ .95 of t)ie lalioi fl.it intc. Phis ~% also applies to our = t o i K o) (joodjenr tires nnil liibeb, also to our laig-e stock 01 genuine Clirj^Jer and PI} mouth paits and accc^sones.

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