The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 2, 1939 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 2, 1939
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THURSDAY, THE DAILY COirRTKR. CONNELLSVTTj;E. PA, PAGE SEVEN. Perryopolis PERRYOPOL1S, Feb. :' -- A snuip of close friends ot June VUsrus j;Mh- ered at the home of M,iv K,-:!o Bowdcn Saturday nijtht for a fmv- \vcll party "for her. Shy expect to enter a hospital in Philadelphia this month and train to be r. muse. The guests were Mary Jtmc C'uv, CnJuc- vivo Burns,, Nell and Kmma Uulh Lammie, William Wilhio, William Fcccncy, Robeit Bliur and Elbcrt Lowther. Mr. nucl Mrs. Burns and the girls, June and Genc- vicve, left Sunday morning lor New York and will be in Philadelphia in time for June to enter at the proper data. Jvme graduated from Perry Township High in 1938. To Sponsor Scout Troop. The official board o£ Layton M. E. Church Monday night voted to sponsor a Boy Scout troop. A committee, composed of Raymond Wilson, William Thomas, \V. D. Drumm, Lawrence Gardiner, Charles Fischer, Lester McClellan, Joe Henuing and William Knight was named. This group will meet Monday night to elect a chairman and select a scoutmaster and assistant scoutmaster. Bishop Leonard to Speak. j Bishop Leonard of McKeesport, head of the Pittsburgh Conference I of the M. E. Church, will speak over ' station KDKA ot 8:30 o'clock Sunday morning. He has spoken many times in the Perry M. E. Church and is well known In this community. Spcalts al M. E. Church. Eev. E. W. Jones, secretary of the board of stewards of the Pittsburgh Conference spoke in the Perry M. E. Church Sunday morning. Paul Trimpcy of Smithfield exchanged pulpits with Rev. Grimm, Sunday night. He and Rev. Grimm were clasbmates in the Garret BibliiMl School at Evanston, 111. Personals. Mr. and Mrs. John Granger and daughter, Dianne, of Uniontown and Irene Baker of ConncIJsvillc spent Sunday with the girls' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker. Mr. and Mrs. George Durt and son, "Warren, visited Mrs. Duff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John King of Masontown Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cart Quartz and son, Carl, Jr., of Greensburg spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Logan of New Kensington visited the latter's aunt, Mrs. IX M. Graham Sunday. Judge and Mrs. R. W. Dawsor. of Uniontown and Carl Beighley of Connellsville and Ruth Galley of Vanderbilt were guests o£ Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Wade Sunday. iHorses i Still i Important Item On State Farms STATh COLLEGE, Feb. 2--Horses arc still quite important to Pennsyl- vnnin agriculture, according to C. A. Burs, assistant professor of animal husbandry extension at the Pennsylvania Stale College. in a survey lie found that last ear Pennsylvania farmers spent move thjii $3,000,000 in the purchase of horses from outside the state. Because a large percentage of Pennsylvania horses are at least 12 years old, heavy replacement is expected in the next few years. Many farmers of the state have arrived at the conclusion that they can produce good draft horses on their farms at less cost than they can buy them from outside the state, he said. Prices have been stimulated by the shortage and this has oftered further encouragement to farmers equipped to produce work stock as part of their farm business. A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your common cougn, i chest cold, or bronchial Irritation, you ' may get relief now with Creomulsion. Serious troublemay bsbrewlng- and you cannot afford to take a chance with any remedy less potent than Creomulslon, which goes right to the seai" of the trouble and aids nature to soothe and heal thelnflamed mucous membranes and to loosen and expel germ-laden phlegm. Even If other medicine has failed, don't be discouraged, try Creomulsion. Your druggist la authorized to refund your money If you are not thoroughly satisfied with the benefits obtained from either trial or large size. Creomulslon Is one word, ask for It plainly, see that the name on the bottlo is Creomulslon, and you'll get the genuine product and the reuel you want. (Adv.) PERRYOPOLIS, Feb. 2--There arc 15 honor students in the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades at Whitsett for the past semester. AH have monthly grades o£ A or B, and have no test grade below a C. In the fifth Rrade the honor students are Beatrice Pixsfone, Elizabeth Gibson, Barbara Johnson and Norma Jean Landman; in the sixth grade, William Oswald and John DiVirgilio; in the seventh grade, Dorothy Brewer, James Reho, Julius Singleton, Stanley Cunningham and John Jury; in the etfihth grade, Marion Perna, Joe Reho, Eugene, Tnstani and Norman. Pixstone. Personals. Miss Betty Graham attended a party Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Blachwood in Dormont. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas and family of Uniontown spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Evey. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller visited Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rertick of Canonsburg Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Wike, formerly Belle Eichler of Enon Valley, near New Castle, and Miss Elizabeth Eichler o£ Uniontown are here taking care of their mother, Mrs. Ellen Eicher, who is ill. Mrs. Archie Shrock and two children of Edgewood are spending the week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adams. Miss Mary Catherine Marshall, a student nurse in West Perm Hospital, Pittsburgh, spent Sunday with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. George Marshall. Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE, Feb. 2.--Rev. F. S. Wortman is holding revival services nt the Hickman Chapel Church a t , Whig Corner. He reports a good attendance and much interest. Everybody is extended a hearty welcome. C. A. Lenhart was a visitor in Uniontown Tuesday. Mrs. Frank Freehling and baby have gone to Connellsville where they expect to reside. E. A. Jackson spent Tuesday in ConnelJsville and Uniontown. New Coke Mission Pastor. Rev. Harold E. Buell, new pastor at the Coke Mission who succeeds Rev. Josephine Kriz, appointed to India, wil begin his work Sunday with services at Lake Lynn and West Brownsville. He was graduated from California State Teachers College and Boston University Theological School. To Be Guest Speaker. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 2. -- Rabbi Samuel Cooper of Charlestown, W. Va., will be guest spsaker for the 66th anniversary program of the Congregation Tree of Life Sunday night, February 5. 25c P H I L L I P S TOOTH PASTE Glass Hostess Dish All for 1 10c POWDER PUFFS 20c EPSOM SALTS 1 Ib ...._ 3c 9c 25c AROMATIC OF AMMONIA 25c OIL OF WINTERGRTDBN 35c HINKLE PILLS, 100's 25c FEENAMINT" 25c EXLAX SPIRIT .lie lie 9c 19c $1.50 AGAROL $1.25 PBTROLAGAR. .,, $1.00 NEO VIM TONIC $1.00 TEXAS CRYSTALS 50o JERGEN'S LOTION ,, $1.00 INDIAN HERB TABLETS . $1.00 DEWITT'S KIDNEY PJLLS .... 60c SAL HEPATICA 60c ALKA SELTZER $1.00 CITRO- CARBONATE $1.00 MILES NERVINE $1.25 FATHER JOHN'S MED 60c SCOTT'S EMULSION nOc MIDOL TABLETS 50c Phillips MILK OF MAGNESIA $1.09 . 89c 79c 79c 39c 63c 29c TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON So Interest On Time Payment Plaii. R A D I O S We Repair All Makes of Radios, Sweepers, Irons, etc. Try Us! 30-1 Sellers Arcade. Phoue 163. Hour Western Union. I'illsliui-y's littbt. Try it 241/2-Ib. Sack 83c 2 Ibs. 39c Guoil J.ueh or 'uciiii. Xicc and t'resh BRAUN'S CAKE Special 25c riain Lemon Layer (lake I ASSORTED .COOKIES 2 ibs. 23c M u d o l)y t i n s Im'Ki'rs of Kris|iy (,'rnckors j SODA CRACKERS (Fresh)!5c ,\|MI, G r a l i a a i Crackers, 2 Hi. box, l i e 2 cans 19c il's. Whole (iriiin Golden l i n n t n m Corn. I 3 Ib. bag 42c West Sidt) Special Blonil. Vrcsli Rout-toil. Pkg. 19c I t e m y . li.'i ft. r o l l s equipped i v i t l i cutter. LAUNDRY GEMS 3 boxes 25c Washes. Hlnes a n d Sm'leiis. Try it. 2 cans 25c Cleans i l i r t j h a n d s WHEAT! ES 2 Boxes 25c BUCKWHEAT 10 ib. sack 35c Blade in Somerset. Ideal for lirnafcfust. BOOK MATCHES 2 boxes ISc 50 in each box. Stock up today. 2 cans Anchor. Stringless Green Beans FLOUR " - 24i/ 2 -lb. Sack TV lite Castle. 3I«dc by Pillslmry. BUTTER i ib. roll 3k Hi-Grade. Very good, order some today. COFFEE i ib. 23c Sally lee's. Vacuum packed 4 cans 22c 2 Ibs. 25c V 2 -lb. Pkg. 45c 3 cans 25c Ynu Camp's. Rich and creamy MARGARINE King Nut. Good and fresh. House of Lord's Brand IDEAL DOG FOOD Ideal Jirnnd. One of the best. Loose Cocoa nut, Ib. 23c Circle "W" Coffee, 2 Ibs 35c Jewel Shortening, 4 ib. can 49c Gold Medal Flour, 24Vz Ib. sack . 83c Lush'us Catsup, large bottle . .. 14c I"lire Onne Granulated SUGAR 10 Hi. suck 33c Guaranteed Strictly Fresh Country EGGS 2 Doz. 49c Makes a Good Soup Taste Better! KRISPY CRACKERS 1 Lb. Pkg. 1 5c Pillsbury's Best Flour, 5 Ib. sack .. .. 25c Bab-O, 2 cans 25c Red Seal Lye, 2 cans 25c Tetley Budget Tea, Vz Ib. pkg 25c Cracked Hominy, 6 Ibs. . . 25c PHONE 620 Protect j'our ifroiiU-M 11 ···(--sroml l i c n l i h -- n i t l i ( l i e tin".t foods you ran Imj. Jiiif don't piiy p r e m i u m price*-! liny i i t t l i c West Side M a r k e t «)im you srot n i i t i o n a l l ) kmiiMi foods (it prices t h a t sine j o u money. A n d , in a d d i t i o n , j mi net the plii.s .sen ices--phono order*., free d e l i v e r y , c o n v e n i e n t credit --tiitit o n l y iin i n d e p e n d e n t merchant can offer! HORMELL FANCY BEEF! in and Sirloin HonsU, Ib. Rib Uoast, i-hort cut, Ib. Chuck Roast, whole CMits, Ib 28c 28c 28c 23c B e d S h o u l d e r Roast, whole cuts, Ib. _ Ueef Tongues, -| £· fresh, Ib. 13C Beef Shank or Neck, Ib HAMBURG 3 Ibs. 50c Plate Boil, 2 Ibs. _ Beef Brains, Veal, Pork and Beef, ground, 3 Ibs. __ 25r. _ 10c Goltleii Ripe Baldwin or Winusap Ap pies, Fancy, per bushel ORANGES Snnkist, Lnrjje Large, 150 Size Doz. 35c Florida Oranges, 1 C/« med. size, doz IDC r/nrt;c Size Doz. 25c TANGERINES Large Size 2 Dozen 25c Maine Potatoes 13 Hi. Bags 35c Baldwin and Apples, fancy, 5 Ibs Stayman's " Celery Cabbage, 3 bunches Celery Hearts, bunch ,cach 25c 15c Sweet Potatoes, Jersey, 5 Ibs Savoy Cabbage, Ib Carrots with tops, 4 bunches - California Celery, 3 bunches , 5c 25c CABBAGE S|iecitil Ib. 2c Grape Fruit, SO size, ' seedless, 6 for ,, Table Grapes, pink, Ib New Potatoes, pink, skin, ~ Ibs Spinach., fresh, 3 Ibs. _.... 25c 25c Head Lettuce, 3 large heads Eating Pears, dozen _ Chestnuts, Green Peppers, f r e s ii , large, fancy, dozen Idaho Baking Potatoes, 10 Ibs Broccoli, Brubsel Sprouts, Radishes Green Beans. Platter Sliced BACON, Ib. 29c Pure Pork SAUSAGE or Link 3 Ibs. 50c Fresh Hams, whole *)*_ or Half, Ib LL\. Pork Shoulders, i a ealla style, Ib lIC -I 7 1 I C 'le Pork Shoulders, Ib Fresh Spare Ribs, 1 r* Ib IDC Pork Butts, Ib Rock Sprinirs Brand BACON :t II). or -t 111. 1'ieces Ib. 19c Cube, Siviss, Round Nice and Tender STEAKS Ib. 30c 1 Q Pork Loin Roast, -J r* IOC "Rib End, Ib IDC Neck Bones, 4 ibs _ Pork Chops, center cuts, Ib Pork Chops, mixed outs, Ib , Canadian Bacon, (sliced, Ib. 35c) Ib. BLACK HAfVK, JIOBKELL'S PRIDE or H03VEY BEAM) 8 to 12 Ib. Average Veal Rump for roasting, Ib Veal Shoulder Chops, Ib Veal Chops, rib or loin, ]b Hormel's Ready to Serve HAMS Whole or String Hnl£ Ib29c VEAL SHOULPEB ROAST ·1 In. or 5 Ib. Pieces, Ib. 16c Veal Breast for stuffing, 2 Ibs Veal Steak, Ib 35c Lamb Shoulder 4 or 5 Ib. in piece, Ib Genuine Spring Leg of Lamb, Ib Lamb Rib Chops, Ib _... Lamb Shoulder Chops, Ib Lamb Breast, 1 Ib .._ Roast, 23c 22c Boned and Rolled Veal and 1'ork Jumbo Minced Ham, 2 Ibs Scrapple, 2 Ibs Club \, ieners, 2 jbs ... 25c . 35c Pure Rendered LARD 2 ibs. 19c Spring Chickens 216 to 3 Ib. Dressed 33c Ib. Ring and Polish Bologna, 2 Ibs Ham Hocks, or Smoked Spare Ribs, 2 Ibs 15c Home Made LIVER PUDDING 1 Ib. 15c Pig Feet, freh, ^ r n 5 Ibs ^iJL i 2Sc Skinless Wieners, Ib Fresh Fillets, Haiibuts, Oysters 1OO2 West Crawford Avenue PHONE 62O Connellsville, Pa. i i i

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