The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 26, 1938 · Page 3
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January 26, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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I / WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26,1938. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNET.LSVTT.LE. PA. PAGE THREE : SGOTTDALE SPORTSMEN BUY GAME Rabbits and Birds WilS Be Distributed in Vicinity. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Special to Th« Courier. SCOTTDALE, Jan. 26--At the regular meeting of the ScoJtdalc Sportsmen's Association, held Monday evening In Odd Fellows Hall, the organization decided to purchase four crates of rabbits, numbering 48, and some pheasants, possibly 25 or 30, to be liberated in this vicinity. Officers for the coming year were elected Wesley S Hlnes was named president and John Byrne, secretary- treasurer. Officers Installed. The newly elected officers ft Beta Chapter of the Gradale Sorority, recently organized, and formally inducted last Sunday evening at the United Brethren Church were installed at a meeting held in the Y. M. C. A. on Tuesday evening The installation was in charge of Miss Tholma Snyder. Officers Ins-UHed were Primus, Nina Rider, pro-primus, Charlotte Divcn, tribune, Gcr- aldinc Weaver, and quaestor, Esther Pntts Brotherhood Auxiliary to Meet, The auxiliary to the Brotherhood Auxiliary of Railway Trainmen "vill hold its regular meeting on rhursday afternoon in Odd Fellows Hall. The officers recently installed will preside and are as follows. Past president. Rose Brooks; president, Emma Bccgle, vice-president, Goldic Zimmerman, secretary, Lizzie Wilhelm, treasurer. May Beegle, conductress, Bertha Pirl, warden, Ella Solomon, chaplain, Carrie Goff, and inside sentinel, Catherine Sisco Aid Society to Meet. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church rccmcsts all of its members to be present o the meeting to be held in the church on Thursday evening, at 7 30 o'clock Alumni Spelling Bee. The public is invited to attend the second annual celebration of the Scottdale High School Alumni Association, to be held at the high school on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock An old fashioned spoiling bee will be held At the last regular meeting of the association a spelling bee for members was held and it proved so popular that it was thought a public meeting of the kind would be a fitting way of celebrating the second anniversary. ; No admission is to be charged Marksmanship Contest. A small bore marksmanship contest is to be held by the Service Company at the Armory, the date to be set by the non-commissioned officers Three medals will be given, the first of which will be gold, and the second silver. Evcrson to Aid Fund. Everson will do its bit toward the Nation's infantile paralysis fund with bingo instead of a President's ball, on Thursday evening at the Polish- American hall. Bingo will begin at 7 o'clock. Dr P V. F,isula is chairman of the committee, and the other members arc Mrs. W. S Bair, Christine Bambrey, Mrs Dominic Waters Stanley Kubiak, Oliver Shannon ant Michael Collins. Wind Docs Slight Damage. While the wind storm of the past leveral days has done no very serious damage, fences are down over the town of Everson, tin and slate roofs have been damaged, and m«ny of the residents are without their radios the aerials being torn down. More Cribbagc on Friday. The following players are requested to appear at the borough building on Friday evening at 8 o'clock for the second round of the cribbage tournament Table 1, Walter E Colborn and Frank Parker vs. George Collins and Dr. John F Taylor table 2, H. E Yoho and Waltei Haincs vs J Sidney Leonard and Jack Shelby; table 3, John P. Burns and Lester Sparks vs. Freeman F Whaley and Edward Palmer, 'able 4 J. J. Koch and Zct Balosky vs. Harry Lynn and S E Brown, table 5 Ro Baker and Thomas H. RuthT- ford vs Harry 'Suttle and kt Rutherford; table 6, Charles F. Lewis and H Collins vs. Edward Murray and Elmer Wise, table 7, Jimes Hay and Earl Sturtz vs Frank Rois- hart and P. J Eckman, and table 8 Carl Pritchard, Jr, and Geoige rcr- guson vs Dave Showman and Edward Anderson. The names for the partners were drawn by the committee Niswonger Funeral. The funeral of Charles Henry Nis- v,onger of Cross Roads was held Monday afternoon at the Pcnnsvillc Baptist Church with Rev. E G Sawyer, pastor of the United Brethren Church of Mount Pleasant and Rev. Ira R Foulk in charge A mi\cd quartet sang "Faith to Save," "Asleep in Jesus" and "Abide With Me " Interment was in Pennsville Independent Cemetery. Charles Pahel, Warren Weaver, A Truxcll Henry Henkle, Edward Morris and E H. Crosby were pallbearers, Mr Niswonger died at FuJtk Memorial Hospital in Mount Pleasant on Friday night Besides his wife, D\e daughters and one son he is survived by five sisters and one brother, Mrs Harry Brothers, Prlttstown, Mrs Rachel Cowan, Scottdale; Mrs Viola Prinkey, Conncllsville; Mrs. Lilly Jones, Dickcrson Run; Mrs. Nora Trager, Rowcs Run and William Niswonger, Dawson Fence Blo\vn Doun. During Monday's high wind storm a section o£ the fence at the aihl"lio ilcld at (he Scottd.ilc Hieh Schoo u.15 toin do\\n j Set your alarm! Sleep soundly! Then be up bright- and early tomorrow in order to be among the very first to choose from the bargains we have prepared for you in our greatest February Sale. After the most drastic price reducing in years, this great Sale gets under way tomorrow as the outstanding home event of the year! Come and profit by it! Complete Home Furnishers Since 1891 on Every Piece of Home Furnishings! ii wm$* oamis uraesis HRR PIMBE oil JEI D s 3Iun clous fonjs In llilnt: room suites await JOH in Anrou's great Febnmrj Sale. "o matter -what jon need, -we'll sao you real monej! Smart KROEHLER 2-picce English lounge style suite in durable covers, innerspnng seats and backs, and reversible cushions February Sale price Beautiful 2-piece KROEHLER modern design suite at a hg ac- duction Expertly tiiiorcd in attractive Vciour, with innerspring construction throughout February Sale price .00 Luxurious KROEHLER dwer- port and m,itching chnir in a semi-modern style covered beautifully in rich Boucle. A marvelous buy at - . Handsome 100% Mohair covered conventional d e s i g n KROEHLER suite of three pieces Mnssivc proportion^ beautifully carved feet and base rails in walnut finish $12450 $134.00 Bedroom suites arc In the rcbiuurj Sale at remarkable low piicos. NoVs (lie timo to make jour choice, but don't delnj, brtanso thcj'll co fast! Our February Sale Inds this 3- piece Hard Rock Maple ruite marked at a ver low price for the supeiior quality, including dust proof bottoms Distinctive modern 3-oiece suite consisting of full size; bed chest and choice of vanity 01 dresser in rich \\alnut flmih it a rock bottom price in the r cbruary Sale ,50 Heie you get all four pieces' Bed chest vanity and dresser ot solid Maple in quaint Colonial style with hanging mirrors, and hand rubbed finiih 4-Puee Suite \\ith all the charm and beauty in the woild E\pcrtly finished in bo-uttiful Honduns Mahogany 1 -md-rub- bcd to a high lustre Poster bed chest, vmitj and dresser "Worthwhile savings on Anron quality dining suites at these greatly reduced Eicrj style and nood to choose from, Imt hurry, for those values will go fast. prices. Nine gtand pieces regularly priced much higher, including the buffet, extension table, china, host chair and five side chairs m rich walnut flmth, Massive 9-picce English Oak dining suite, handsome buffet, refectory table, china, arm chau and five side chairs, a stately group that will bo the envy of your friends _ .00 Handsome walnut finish modern suite of nine pieces, including buffet, extension table, host chair and 5 side chairs and china cabinet, February Sale price . Nine-piece modem design suite ~ in splendid veneers of butt walnut and other select woods Smart Crcdenza buflet, extension table, china, arm chair and 5 side chairs, February Sale price Below are but a, few of the inanj bargains in chairs and rockers to bo found at Fob- runrj Sale reductions now at Aaron's! Marvelously comfortable lounge chairs, d e e p l y upholstered with innersprinK seats Dainty boudoir chairs, soft and comfortable, in a variety of colorful chintz cov- (PIT rrfT ,_ «pi ./O ers Only. Modern design pull- up arm chair sturdily constructed and covered in choice of several fine tapestries Richly Cn- Ishcd frame and backs. $24.50 Renrnrkable tallies in beds and bedding ai\ aint j ou at Aaron's during our February Sale. Here arc but a fei\: S t u r d y SIMMONS metal beds in modern style finished in walnut enamel. Twin or full size, Fpbruary $5.95 Occasional arm rockers, with deeply padded seats and backs Covers m tapestry, wood parts in rich walnut finibh . All cotton mattresses in choice of duiable tickings Well made and very tomfoi table. Reduced in the February Sale to .. $6.95 $14.75 Resilient SIMMONS coil springs, of qinlitj constiuction H i g Ii tempered spring coils, heavy angle JJC nK iron frame «JO.*O Quaint poster beds in walnut finish, full or twin size, ^beautifully made, February Sale only _ While our February Rug Clearance prices offer such a great Inducement, why not Till jour rug requirements? Our second floor ilavlight rus department is jammed with the better kinds of floor coverings at unequalled low prices! 9x12 Royal Wiltons $49.50 The greatest value we've seen in Royal Wiltons' Beautiful long-wearing nigs m the popular loom MZO, with rich depth of pile, in a wide issortmcnt of color schemes and patterns 9x12 ft. Axminsters $33.50 Axminster rugs noted for their beiuty and duraoil- Ityl Choose yours from a wide and varied s'ock of. the newest colorful designs Many are modern, iome Chinese and Persian, all ate \ilups 9x12 ft. Oriental Reproductions What a v, ealth of colorful patterns this gtoup repiesents 1 All flist quality re- pi eductions that rival the priceless oilginals in tcxtme and color giadua- tion' Come eailv for best choice'

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