The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 10, 1930 · Page 3
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February 10, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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MCNDA.Y, FEBR/dAWY tto, THE DAILY COURIER, C DNNELLrSVILLE, PA, PAGE THREIC. The Day f s lews Bridgeport Special to Tlxo Courier. DAWSON.'Feb. 10--There will be an Kpworth league eocial held this evening, in the social auditorium of the Philip G. Coehraii Memorial Church iie a rosult o£ the recent content be- twoon 0.10 "Red" and "Blue" sides. Betty Ober "waa captain of the "Beds" and Virginia Husband captain o£ the "Blues." The "Blues" won the con- tost and will "be entertained by the "Rods," Tiio rollowing vw© Connollsvillo visitor!) on Thursday: lire. J. W. Gibson and daughter, Ma, Mre. Florence Mooro, Mrs. Seitter .md Mrs. Frank Still we gon. Miss "Emma 'Rowo of Jacobo Creek was tho guest of Mies Alma Harper ou Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards of Charterol wero recent guests of Mr. and Mre. Edward Boilings. Mr. Aiwl M«3. Frante McGill attended the funeral of Mrs. Sarah McFarland at Connellsville on Thursday. . Mre. Henrietta Luckoy spent Wednesday at Scottdale visiting frieads and rolativeH. Mr. and Mrs. George Armstrong of Conncllsvillo were guaste of Mr. and Mrs. (Jliarlee J. McGill Thursday. A. Colbert, p. L. E. pu6enger engneer, wlio had been laid up grip, has rolurned to his work. Kobert Hyatt of Connellsvllle was calling on Daweon fi lends Thursday ( afternoon. BRIDGEPORT, Feb. 10--Miss Mary Jones of Wyano spent the week-end with her pai enta, Mr. and Mrs. Charlee Jon os. Frank Weinman of J«annclte spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Amanda Weinman. _ The Lathes' Missionary Society of i tne Paradie Church mot on Tuesday at the- homo of Mrs. George Bngle oi Hammondvine. There was a large attendance. Vie'tors pi-went were Mrs. Emery Jones, Mrs. 0. J. Morgan, Mrs. Homer Kreinbrook and Mrs. Harry Rhome. After the meeting a lunch was served by Mrs. Englo, assisted by Mr«. Bhome. J. M. Baker of Bcottdalo spent Thursday evening with his parents, Mr. and Mr*. Eniauuel Baiter. Mr. and Mrs. John Witt and eon, Elmer of Connellsville were visiting Mrs. WittVs parents, David Quoor on Bunch Mr. and Mis. Cha; Mount I'leiisant and George Kngle spent t home of Mr, and Mrs batigh of Mononsahel: Mrs. Norman Wa daughter, Kuby Ilao o 1, were visiting the · Mrs. Rachel Kaetncr · A very enjoyable bi) vlr. and Mrs. y. Ics Thomae of Mr. and Mre. unday at tho Elmer Waeha- . City, ihabaugh a n d Jjelaenring- No. onnor'e mother, n Wednesday, thday party was held Saturday night at the home of Mre. Anna Snyder in honor of her birthday annversary. There wero 25 guests present, A delicious lunch served. Smithton SMITIITON, Feb. 10--IIarry Bznitli of Pittsburg wae a business caller here Friday. J. K. McDonald wae a Greensburg caller Thursday. Mies Bessie Nowport of Scottdale wae a guest at the home of friends at this place ou Thursday. Mr. and Mre. Biiymond Pokorney and hous^guest George Cooper of Perryopolifl were calling on friende hero Thursday. Mrs. America? VuUlo and eon, Billy wore West New ton viaitore one day last week. Miss Lillian Hunter of West Nctwon svas a guest at the homo of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr«. David tihnp- pard, Friday. Robert Carpenter of Connell was a buslnese caller here Classified Advertisements results when placet in tiv columns of The Dally Courier. Patroniv-o those who advertise. Pay Out of Income Instead of Yow Savings A Deposit Will Hold Purchases Til! They Are Wanted Crowd Join Ruffsdule RUTFSDA.US, Feb. 10 -- Charl«fi ' i'oote returned to i\Iea!ville College niter spending « lew days with hie parei.ta, Ur. and Mre. C. II. 1'oole. Mr. and Mrs. Blalne Poolo visited their dff lighter, Charlotto, a student at Indiana Normal. Tlw Home Guards hold thair regular monthly meeting in tho M. K. blnirch Sunday afternoon. Funeral services were hekl "Wednesday afternoon for Etie Morton, 90 yoan-, old. Burial warf maio in the Tarr Cemetery. Mr. ami Mre. Vernon Taylor anrt children of Grc-etisburR spent Sunday with thoir pareniti here-. Mr. and Mrs. Torrenco of Scottdale spent Sunday with Mrs. Eli/.ubeth Steel e. Mrs. "W. T. Carnitcliaet vinitod I\Ira, Will .am Shcibondy who in a patient in tho Memorial Hospital at Mount Miesei, Pauline and Phylli« Kyan fcjiont Sunday with relatives in Uniontown . Mi s. Klla Williams of Scottdale ^pom Sunday \\iih friends here. L'Juuigelistlc cervices will lie held in the- M K. Church the latter part of t h i n month, beginning Sunday the 16th. Tho b-arvtcee will be in charge o£ tho lin^t r, Her O. G. Cook. Hiv. O. G. Cook, yahlor of the M. B. Chui-ch he!d cottage prayer mooting at uio home of Mrs. Rebecca Iloueor ( 'I'tie -(!ay evening. Mi-, aiul (!-s. Darspy nt Scoitdale; attended aorvicei at the Zlon Lutheran Church Sunday. Mr. Dareey gave an interest talk. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Xion laithcuin Churc-h mot at tho homo of Mrsi Mary Kelly ot Ituuker, Wednesday. Mr. and Mre. Emerson RobblBs and t l u l l r e t i visited the former's brother, Cec.l Hohbins o£ near Oawson, who Is «erio'«hl HI. Mrs. J. 11. Pritt« oC Iron Hridge \isued her steter, Mre. ,fc*w Husband, .Sunday. Mr. aad Mrs, G. W. bydic announco I ho birth of a daughter at the Mcm- orU I Hospital, Sunday. Mi"!. John Graft It, heriouely ill at nor homo at Tarr. Mr. ami Mns. K, \V. Kudick announce (ho bit Ih of a daughter at tho Memorial ilobpltal, Mount Pleasant. I'-. S. Monohcr oC Ll^onor vlelted hie m o t h e r , Alie. M. S. Ifusbaiui who ha's been 11!. A surprl'-e party was hold at the liojnr of Mr. and Airs. Samuel McBeth iu nonor of their *son, Burl's birthday anniversary, Sunday. r j uner Kuft left one day last week to alti'iul school at Uarrioburg. Confluence was town have iy C'ONFUJKXCK. Feb. !0-- Kugeno I''ikt', son of Mr. ».tii Mrs. Orvillo KJke ha.- returned to school at Princototi Unierity uCLer a visit w i t h hit) par- en! s Jioro, Amour Ktirih of Addison svue i 1 recent bii.snesrf vistor in town. \Villiam Augustine of Bidvvoll nmong tho business visitors in yot tjOrday. ticott Holiday and family moved In with Dr. li. P. M^eye w h o m Mi'. Holiday Jb ompioyed. Joseph lU'Jim of Drak-etown was in t o w n yesterday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bittncr of C'ujahoga Fal'fe, Otiio. arc visiting t n ir pon-in-I,iw and daughter, Mr. and Mi.s Koss I'mbe! Mr. and Mrs. J Strickle of V«,n!-!r- bil? were hero la-it wec-k \'isitiri{; Mrs S t - i c K l c r ' s t.ahoi. I K i n e l Smith, who Is a patient at tl o Fi-anlz Hospital. M. H. Dean oi AcUMson was hero 'lbuivt!iy on )\ « way to Pilt3bur on i oiiftiiiosrf mission Vlin. W i l l i n m l i i u n w o r U i ahd daughter. R u t h , won' anioru' tho visitors in i'i tsburg: FrKiaj. S o-t .-· a i l ! K ^ T u I U ,-)io bl?. Checked without "dosing." Rub on VAIPORU® OVERt? ...MILLION JARS US!:D YEARLY Extraordinary Savings F or the February Sale, our tremendous stocks, all of supreme quality artel rocognized style, Jhave been divided into three GREAT, ECONOMY GROUPS- Group 1 with a saving of 1 O'/". Group 2 with a saving of 20%. Group 3 with a saving of 30%. Complete Home Furnishers Since 1691 Supreme Aaron Quality New possibilities for the vast Aaron purchasing power have opened up as a result of unusual conditions in the furniture market. These opportunities have been turned to golden account for our customers. Share in the new and greater savings! Pull-Up Chair February Sale $12.75 Walnut finish, upholstered in a striking pattern of Jacquard Velour, An out- taiiding value. ITFITS at Sale Prices Having specialized in home outfits tor ncarJj two-score years, we know the- kind of [urniluro that Home-Makers of Southwesi orn Tonnsylvauia want, and are glad to SHTVI; i h o n . Special Oppoi tunities for NEWLYWEES to Save. Select Now for L tlrr 4-Poster Bed February Sale $17.75 A t l r a c t i v e design, finished in ma lio^any. Hinglt 1 or double slzo Mat-Iced unu^milh low for ior q u a l i t y Three-Piece Genuine (not imitation) Mohair Suite Spinet Desk February Sale $14.75 Walnut finish. During the February Bale is the timo to buy a lovely spinel, and save! Simmons Deck Spring Similar to the «Af!E" fit* "I /* **? ^16.75 Sturdy cross springs connect the coils and prevent sagging. Extra special now. Not only offering yen largest selectioi s but choice of fresh, clean merchandise for which oi r Daylight Rug Department is noted. Famous as well for quality and for low prices. Save on your spriug ugs by buying them now! 9x12 fi. Tapeslry Brussels -February Sale Oxt2 ft. Seamless Velvet Kngs February Snlc 0x12 ft. Seamless Velvet Rugs with Fringe--February Hale ... J)x12 ft. Seamless Axminster Rugs February Sale ..L. $19.00 $24.00 $29.00 fl, Tlitrhes} Qnnlity Seamless J{»j?s--February Sale .. Made by the iaraous Kroehler, here i s a suite that will give years o£ satisfactory service. Gcnniuo raohair all over. Cushion reverses in a b e a u t i f u l pattern oi Jacquard. Black cable welt trim. Frlmmry Safe 3-Pieces--Choice of Bed, Dresser, Chest, Vanity One of the most outstanding values of the February Sale. Full size Felinmry Sale bed, 48-inch dresser with 26x32-inc'i plate, and choice of 45-inch .vanity or chest of drawers. American walnut finish. Dustproof. Simmons Cane Panel Bed, Mattress and Spring High grado w a l n u t ilnish bod, with cane panel. Baglesa spring with heavy risers.^ Genuine cotton matlresB, fancy tick, roll edge. A big value at this low price. t'oin] loo -Keliriinry Nalo ,50 Save on This Dining Suite--Aaron Quality--8 Pieces Combining beauty, service and comfort, here in a r-omploto dining room suite offered very special. Ct nsislinj* of buffet, rxtension table, five single chairs and ono ar-n chair. Well constructed. A value! otaoa wnaaKasm

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