The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 22, 1939 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 22, 1939
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WEDNESD \.Y, FEBRUARY 22 193') THE DAILY COURIER CO\NELLSVILLS PA. JPAGE THREE. SCOTTDALE TO HAVE METERS FOR PARKING Council Approves Plan At Special Session, To Draw Ordinance FIREMEN TALK OF CONVENTION News of jlri-Town Community Heads 30 Unions Special to The Courier SCOTTDALL Ftb 2_--Scotldaic will h a v e paikmg metcis it w n s de- cidcd t it a spccidl meeting o£ council held "Monday evening in the borougn building The police comm ttc e C A Mc- Intyie Julius \d ims and Eiil Stuit? ind the stieet comnit ec A W Shirei, C A Molntyie and Leioy Bakei wjll be nsked o draw up an ord nance to define the streets en which the rreters will be used and foi tlie contiol ol tiaffic on other streets A rcpiesent itive of the Meicnanls' -Association was p esent bat did not take part in the discussion Pleased %\ith Repairs -R E Uptegnfl, of the R i. Uptegraft Minufnc u mg Company of Pittbbuigh was in Scoltdale Monday and approved repairs that are being made at the mill building his com- piny will occupv It \vas stated some o£ the Pittsbuigh men will soon begin installation ot the machinery M oriel Day of I*ra"v cr The Woikl Day of Pnyer will bo observed .it 2 30 o clock Fr day afternoon at Tunity Evangelical and Reformed Chuich Tht theme of the] afteiroon will be Let bs Put Oui Love Into Deeds--and Make It Heal It is sponboied by the mission iry societies of the town ind all will have T pa t The public is coidialiy invited to nttend Consisloiy IVIects The conbibto"-} of Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Chuich held its regular meeting at the chuich Mon- div evening Gcorffc Hazcn Teacher Geoige Ha^en of foinellsv lie has been ergaged to tench Scottdales new high school band Lessons are given dm ing the entire day Monday and on Tuesday morning Between 70 and 80 s uden's are at woik Americanism Week Plans will be completed this evening by Soxtdale Lodge No 777 B P O EJks, foi the obseivarte of "Americanism Week m Seut'dale from March 1 to March 8 It is hoped to have chuiches schools business and piofesisonal and other gioups join in the celebiation thit is a nation-VMde aftnir Firemen "Meet All committees of the Sco'tdale Volunteer Tire Department repoited piogrcss on plans for the enteitam- uient by the depi tment of the West- ton June 9 and 10 The piu chase of ne v unifoims was discussed but nothing definite was done conce mrg it Some iction will likely be taken within the nest 10 days The condition of two Uucks it was lepoited, warrants considerat on of the purchase ot a new piece of apparatus One of the trucks has been In the shop for more than a week Have New Duties John Wolcnler and Stephen M Wismewski, who have b°en promoted from puvates to spee ahsts sixth class, of the Service Company HOtn Regiment, took up then new duties Monday evening at drill DAWSON Teh 22--The Tud i fsight Q C h b was cntci timed i tl e home of Miss C'TI i Stouflei in Bi dge slice! F u d i j evening Theie weie eight members and two kuebts Mi 9 Mice Shot bondy ind Miss Ruth John=on piesent \fter shot busi- nc ^ bGfasion conducted b the picsi- dent Mis Hauy Sh illenbc gei f meyvvoik w is the chveifaion Puzes for gnmcb weit avvu-ied to Mis Katienne ""ntteibon ind M i s C S Haipet Mis JETi i Sheibondy K- ceived the diavv pn/e \nd Mis Sh 1- Icnbciger the elub piize The next meeting w II be U the hon e ot M i s H ni^ SVnllenbeigc i of Libel v Frid ly M i e h 3 Q sibteib will be re- ve led Vanderbilt Clabb Meets Gods Lit le He peis Cl ibs of the Vinderbil Piesby enan Church met it the home of Joanne McManus of Dickcisoi Run The devo 101 s were led by Mrs Nellie Stneklcr, teicher T10 g iJs bpent tne evening in p iv- mg gimcs A lunch was seivod bj Mi s Wi Jred WcManus mother o£ the hos ess Cottage Trajer "McetmB The Philip G Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Chmeh will hold \ a cottage praye -meet ng at 7 JO o cloek Ihursdav evening ai. tlie hone of Mis Grover Allen of Libertj The S-u in B Coehian Cl iss met in the soeial auditorium Monday e\en ng The m^eti ig was opened vvi h the bjmn Tis So bueet to T ust in Jetus followed b t i e Senptuie lesbon by Miss Virginn Spioal and the Lotas "^rajer Anothci hymn Love Divine was followed by the roll call The picsident Mrs Geoige L Shallenbcrgei had chaige of Uie buj ness session T C Stai k the teacher "gave a bhoit talk Readings Aunties H i t was given by Nonia Mae "\dnms and What the Flag Says, 1 by Laura Mae Landymoie Tre meeting closed With the hvmn Sweet Hou ot Pra-v er and a pnyer by Mr S aik Ganes undei the dnection o r Miss Giace Tiusband ard Miss Alve^da So\erns were enjoyed by the membcis Puzes weie won by Misses Beitha and Ruth Sovernb and Mrs George L Shallenberger Refresnments wei L serv ed by the hos esses Mis Frank L-mdjmore Mrs Paul Landjmoie Miss Husbind and Miss Sovcrns There was one guest M-s K M Adams of L berty Personals Mis Cjius "Whipkoy of East Diw- son Mrs J H Meycis Mrs John Valentine and Lestei Allen of Dickerson Run Mr and Mis H T Dul and son Ralph, J H Hoffman aid daughter Irma Lee Mr ard JTrb J W Sproat daughter Lois and son Herbert Mrs George \Vhipkey and daughter Miss Nettie Lee, were recent calleis in Connellsville L idles Aid of Davvson M E Church will hold a cifetcua sup )er Thuisd u beginning at 5 30 Tuikey News of the Day At Ohiopyle Vlnrgarot Cowgcr -Margaret Cowger 24, of Uavcnna, O , heads more than tluity union locals of the United Rubber Vi ork- crs, of America, C I O affiliate ex tending through Ohio, Pennsjl- vania western MoiyHnd nnd western New York She became in tcrcsted in labor when called upon to debate the subject m a high school contest OPOSSUM BRINGS HUMANE LECTURE Bv (jnlt*d Press VNITA. OJvla Fcb 22--'Night Po- hLe Chief Hufcl M n an mtenuptcd tile crucifixion of n Pe'ie t i ns epoited th it T h \ c op posuin \vis beirj, inistrc i t.d nd 01 investigation M i in found tht, in nidi aU\e n ulod to the b itk of n tiuck I \ V D Jarge spil es \\cic di \en tin ough the mi n i l s tail A i a i t m i c le^sed the in mat ind loctiucd the truck o\\noi O n O P Y f E Tcb 22--Rc\ Tiuxall pabLoi of the R^clhod/*. C l i n c h re tui nod to h s home at Youngwood faundiy c\emng af ci spending c cv- l d i s h° e nssisi ng Rc\ P S Woi t m m in ihe union i e \ i v n l ince - ings held m the Methodist Chute i Tht met,t ngs -uill c ntmuc thiou^h- ou t ie \VLG ' Mi -\nd M i s F J R a f T c i t y and c h l d i e n Fied 7i and ShnJey of Yoanguooa v ited Mi RaTcity *. moihci Mi*; Elu ibelh RifTeit Sund i y ifteinoon M i s n m is Cunnmgh m md m fant d uqhtci cairc horrt Satuidnj fiom the ConnellsA lie State Hospit 1 whcie the b ibe wns bo i n 10 davs s^o R'ibs Lulu Shiplej has letumcd to hei h o n e ifler a weeks \ sit at Youngst \MI \\ i h hci *- stei Mi 1 * McDonoagli Andic\v Buinuortl of Clea held is spend nj n \\pek \Mtli h s p irenU Mr nnd M i b W i l h i m B i i n w o i t h Mi n r d M i s Cld Mooie retaineo io Hiinsourg Sundny fteinoon fter a fe\v days lieie MJ nnd Mi s FrnnueJ Stni k of V in Mct?i spent ..he week-end w i t h Mis Stark s mothci, Mis Ldith Joseph \ E Glotfelty and Glenn C id- ·vvdl! der of ConnetlsuIIe pent n fe\ houis Sunday ufteinoon with Mi ClolfLltv s mother, Mr;. Maigaret Glotfell -- Mi Predict Death m 1910 BLULFIELD V i Feb l ind ft rs Hcnrj P G u j n n of PeVis i j town ippiicntly ait dead ceitiin i j t h i t ne\t year the c m expect the [ w o i s t Tliev boi ght a gi \\ estonc | ' hon. and h td th s inscribed llemy i P G w i n n 1886-1940 it n-st Alice L Gw nr 18"0-19I(J it i r s t Homtr TJ Ktifflcv Dies }Iomei LT\ icncc Xciglc 6" d ed Mondij moi inns it his home at Wnyncsburg R D 5 neir Scimoie Bird A\isn t Slntrfn; Bfi.1 LFFONTL Feb 22 --Choir pnctiee it thr P i c « b i t c n m C h u r c h \v is d e l i \ e r i bet use the o i p n uottSdn t \\oik--ind no ^ onricr The lOpn irr in found a stalling \ euged m the B-fl it p pe "BARGAIN DAYS" Special Offer Solid HARD ROCK MAPLE Bed, Chest, Vanity or Dresser i^,*TM..**) ~j ·w GRANGE HEAD DEMANDS END OF PANACEAS DES MOIAES, Feb 22--Industry labor, agricultui e and Government were xtrg^d by Louis J Tabor of Columbus, Ohio National Giange master to work together to improve the Nations piospcnty and to meet the gieat challenge of the totalitarian state We must pi educe more w-e must make it ensici to consume,' Taboi said in IT addicss piepired lor the National Fdz/nws Institute We must give not only to lyjcultuie but to libor nnd the consumer is well a large place in the piogiam of the pissent and tlie futiue "We have tried rmsuideistandmg we ha\e tued hatted we have tried the destiuction of propeity we ha\e tried goveinmcntal interference we have tried cla'-s conflict and yet in a lind of plent w e ha\e 70 per cent of the unempJoyment ol the -\vorld and agiicultuie Buffers 'The time his come to turn fiom H difficult, red tape buieauciatic method to a broad application of common s°nse tenmwork, and iinder- tnndnig tisement --21feb-2t Mis Thomas Flynn ind dughter Jean ot Connellsville were weekend guest= of Mis Julia Ambrose of Vanderbilt Mis Annie Ambrose aid daughters, Jewel and Anna M-ugaret of Masontown spent Sunday with Mrs Ambi ose Isaac B Thorn Dead Isaac B Thoan 82, died Sunday at its home at Ceylon r-eai Carmich icls Greene county He is but v u ed b ivc ehildii-n including Mis Anna M Shcimin of Mill Run Meyersdale MEYERSDALE Feb 22 --Airs Tulton Ship ey was hostess Satuidny af te noon to 32 w omen at a dessert bridge at her home m Meyers avenue Homer Boger and his daugMei, Miss Catherine and the format s aunt MLS Giant Tressler visited relatives ir Johnstown, Sunday Mrs Cathe me Lojgue of Philadelphia is a guest of her son md daughi,er-in-la\v Dr and Mis William Logos Mrs Vircent Betvei of Akion, Ohio, is visiting at the home of her mother Mis Heny Miuttimj "Miss Sdi i Bittner -\ sited friends m Cumbeijdiid fauidny Misses Isabelle Bittncr Leth and Doiothy Collins visited in Johnstown Satuiday They weie acco-r-panea bv Wjss Fiances Collins and Miss Lenh Sh ifTer of Hooversville Mrs Ruth Speuy, Mrs Vincent Bee\ei and Miss Edna Mankimjei weie visiting m Fiostburg Saturda Miss Ha-iel Lmderran d student nuise in the Memorial Hospital in Cimbei and spent the week-end with reliti\es Mis \Villnm Wcimei and M is Pauline Mankinjer ctuincd Sund ly fi om a week s \ isit w. ith rc- 1 itives m Akton, Ohio Mis Jaeob Ha tland has letuincd home after i \ *· t here with her sis- tei Mrs A R Inrtle Misses Jane Mimna and Mildred Blades \isited m Cumbeiland ovei the week-end Mr and Mrs Rexfoid Bittingcr o£ Grantsville were Sunday \ isitors here Mr nnd Mrs Fnihp D Amico of Moiuik Sa-^ge Md \isited at the home of the fomors mother Mrs Annie D ^mico di ring the week Mr and Mis Geoige Dumb mid of Ui iontown spent the week-end here w th rclatu es Canonsburff Levy Up Canonsbuig council UK tensed its tax Ie\y one mill to 17 fo,. this yeir PILLSBLR1 FLOLK 241 VAN CAMP MILK 3 I WY8NDOTTE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE DATED COFFEE PPLE BUTTER QUAKER FARINA Enidrr f F.ncy N V Slat. CORN 3R P E A S DtlQ FOOD ""·"» FflUiT COCKTAIL PI ACHES Tl TLEY TEA BAGS IS 2 « o- 27 tb 22 28 .. /or 10 2 Ptc* 15 \T-PLF sriitn 77 n is RINSO 'm s, £'·"( 52, I I"*' 35 IVORY SOAP m"( 4 cl.^«» |9 SWEETHEART CHIPS S It 25 CLIMAUNE 1st phs 17 WALDORF TISSUE 4 rolls 15 CORN, PEAS, TOMATOES 2 TM"« II SALMON 3 cd is 3o 3 0 ' 25 The t Support! , Do--T, u: Thing Makt P A | Y ) Prcl PORCELA I \ P ttt-t d,a 2 c 12 F-incy Glas. J»r Pack BEETS WAX BEANS 3 '"" 25 CARROTS \ L \ L CHOI'S l i b cuts Ib 2' cac o/ 24 79 loH coi |0 ir\DDOCK FIIILTS Ib 1" I b s con. 23 R O U N D STEAKS '"'t TMt» " 29 .. " ol " *" 59 Ltcaine^ Buttei 2 bs oo STREAMLINE MARKETS--OPEN KIGHTS EXTRAORDINARY VALUE FOR. "BARGAIN DAYS' 4 Gorgeous Colors I cL co 01 come into ioui home Let Muetv and ne\v ]oy in lixjng mvnde jour We Enjoj smtii tncs 1 ; m i-ible seivice Come in dont \\-ul Enjoy FIESTA Isow 1 Yeflow Blue Greer Red Complete Home FurnisKers Since 1691 DINNERW\EE FIESTA--8 dinner platti 8 small plates 8 cups, S saucers 8 s=uce dishes 1 sugar (2 pc* ) 1 cicam 1 vegetable dish 1 plattei (4a pcs ) MEXICAN GLASSWARE 8 ice teas, 8 tumbleis, 8 juices 8 ash tray coastcis, 8 ipoons ( d O pcs ) COLOR! TIL CUTLERY Stiml^s steel--8 krm cs 8 tor^s, 8 spoons

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