The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 24, 1930 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 24, 1930
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MONDAY. PRRRCTARV 24, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNMJ^SVTLLE, I A. PAGE THRBiL .1. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD Xpn til In '['no ( \ H i r i " i SCOTTDALIO. iVh. i t -- T i c of t.'ic. Pf.sbytcnai C h u r c h a pro^mm .if (ho c h u r c h last oveninp tiuil took tlio pl co ot i h o rening scr/ier-. The mooting opoi ol with music 1y tho emigres. Uon · ml music by t w* choir. Tho children gave a worship service w i t h r^spoueivo reading, rerttuie i h o 100th l x .-;dm, aim a sonic, foil'Avoil "by piayor h ,- H^v. W. "Withers- IIOOIL Thor-o were- ·oxorfit-c^ ;uil rouUUimiH tv Henry \Vick and Orlaml Hoplor situ in cxcr- ciso by Ma-^ar^t Hlrurey ami Dorothy Mcfntyre. A group of primary children ctr.iuif'1 uel a rito-y ot .t Mexican family. Th.' junior gronp told tha story of a Mexican tajnily Jiat came to this coantry and {luring t:, stay in America came in contact with clinic*, community centeri;, schools o-tc , nrul how it cairi'Od tin- iue-u-ai;t' l«irn l tl hero "back to its own poo pip Mrs. "Wittrcrspoon explained the "world's friendship of chik reu" and said that the friendship thta y«u- ·wonld "be between tho child -en oE thla country and tho I'liilippi IOH. Tho I treasure (hct, she ^ucl, was the I symbol. Yhls w i l l ho te-nt later w i t h I other tToa« urc -he«t«. I Speaks to Junior-. j Rev. J o m (.', Orowo, pot.lor of the rhrteUan C h u r c h , iwii .i« IHK fetibjo-ct Jast everrnR, "Tho V\exl-; ni tho Path," vrl en ho add rested the J u n i o r Ord«r of United Anioricui MP* htmlce, who attorcled the ef x r\ico- i i a body. ('. P. A. J'roirriim, Kolloivi", z iho n i c o l i n ^ of Court limbing, V. D. of A. t i n s e v e n i n g a Jmisi-eal jirograin ^ \ i l l be pieronUMt. Mies Ellzibcth Hanse of .Mount Pleasant will licad the coramitteo in charge. She will bo- assisted bv t i c tollowing from Mount Pleasant: Klcrino Copley, Mrs. Kmma 1-loie.hart, Mrt. Dori Steiner, Mi«. Ca.honno Koeglo, Mrs. Joseph 5 teJner, M l f s Anna Rritton, Mies Ellu Mullin, Miss M( rgarot Mullin. Mrs. -Josephine nniliiiKer, Mr*-. Margaret DuUiTg-pr, Mr* M.,ry I«\il- lon, .\UFH Anno, fdlloti. Mr';. .Stella opl-e-y n r u i M a t \ ile-alcy l.lirhN Off t'or Hej-jiirs The W « , t i'enn I'o\\pr ( ornpariy had II) » lisrhM oft yoslcrdtiv n o r n i i i j d u r - ing rcpan- work. Will Add lo Library. Tho hi('li library a' t i e St .lohnV, Hij;h Scaool i« to bo improved The K n i g h t s of Columbus w i l l give ft p\ri Thtireday oveninp:, 27, in the St. Jobt 's School Hal! lor t h a t pnr- po«c. Tho rommittec in charge is made iri of Kdwnrd O'Uara, Frank Doorley Louis T u r k , Owen King, Koijort, M u l l a i i c y , \1. J. Prfonir. \". V. ?. ('. A Four mernbei s ot i c r n i t y rt-firesr ntnl second a n n u a l eonfe-r( ntv of tho Young M f i V Christian Associfition at s! Friday ar d Saturday. i t t ? n ' I I n g were ^Valter Bentz, Krno-at Kuo\vlce, Henry Koreyth-e and Thomati Kry. I), of \. Srhonl. The Daughters ot Amo-ica \ v i l l begin an instruction school on A p r i l 2'J. The D. ot A. rn««;ts in Mtwse Hall. JuwUce C'irel« Ton, The Jubilee Circle, of the Methodist Bpiaco.ifcl C h u r c h will 'iold a fashion toa at f h o chu 'oh on Friday afternoon, Fobruor/ 28, from 2 t i n t 1 5 o'l lock. A h[)e'ial program i*i IIMII^ offerei and all m-enYbotti of t h f n u l c u-e uruod lo bo iroscnt, Mrs. Afas,'ro*o H«'.tr«;i. Mrs. J^y Miwprove i nlertalncd thf* first diviflton of the W M. A. o£ th United .Brethren Church u( her homo on Thjreduy at a w h i o elephant party, Kwgan uucl t h e t h a i 'halanx Fr'a- hwly at the Those Will, Electrocuted Fl^ln-? Kiio. Comi., Fob, 2 t . - f n r l H, and his brother, 1'^, M-OVO iivhon a wire, w i t h which thoy wero ftying a kite, fell across a high powor locti'lc line- Anoth-ei youth tried 'o extirk-atc the k to from a and v/aq knocked unco iwious The Marrh of Time Tit; i n n n who used to consider the world ItH oyster has i son now who Is peeved berause tho-e isn't a pcnrl In it ^PKSEMSE Victor Radios Monthly Payments CiEO. W. CARROLL Newly wed; i! The Last Wee k to Take Advantage of the February Sale Low Prices on Aaron Qua ity Home Outfits Beautify Your Home and Save! Your Selections Will Be Gladly Held Until You Are Ready for Them. Special 5-Pc. Breakfast Set K;iamrllcd ami $17.75 A '-vondertul ooportunity to brin? your kitch«n up to dnto. Drop leaf tablr* and four chaira ··1 fo match Sherply reduced now , Home N' S Since 1691 Console Set $13.75 nt thif low p-'k"', \ tablo and mirror win matoo a Sao addition lo yoi r hall or living room Occasional Table $12.75 In walnut flnifih. and an examples ot the low price* w« have placed on our remarkable of living room tables. Famous Kroehler Suite With Loose Cushions--Two Pieces ... The upholstering is in high grack Jaoquard Velcnir and tlie cushion reverses uro made up in a hcautifril pattern of tapestrj'. ^ A pi ice well w i t h i n tho trepans of every family for the ful siz^ bofa and either ( hair. Walnut Cedar Chest--Special February Sale $17.50 A quiet, di^nilied exterior which will abvays remain in , style. Warpproof. Dustproof. vgSgl Five-ply walnut, top, Finely .s^-si rm i s hed. A value. Walnut Finish Spinet Desk February Sale $14.75 Aaron quality construction with spacious writing space and roomy compartments for storing; of correspondence. And the price is low. February Furniture Sile Companion Event Choice of t h o newest patterns ;u d color sehem"n at the priro.H in ; oar':. The only slorp oiitfdn Iho large cities with as large . i t l l t p l a y of niK'j, ino'cum- ,imi carpets. Kvcry rng perfect. Not "s»ccoiiilb." o r 27x54 in. Scatter Rugs 9.\13 fL Jlwivy Qimltty strong l-'eit UIIHO Hugs ________ 9x13 If. Jirtimlo^s $19.00 DxlU ft, .Seamless F«let Yety Unusual 2 ft. Extra Qonllty $37.50 ?«tv«t tlups. $39.75 Choice $69.00 8.8xlO.« ft. Seamless Axmiust«r KURH J)\12 ft Seamless Axmlnstor Rnjrs $27.50 Axmiusl«rs 9x13 ft Searalesa Fringed. Extra Quality ftxl2 ft. Wilton of 3 Splendid I'atic.rns 8^x10.0 ft, Whlttoll Wilton Bugs »x!2 ft, IVliltia All the new Sprhipr patterns now on £0r RA display -4)00.eU Armstrong's Inlaid Llnolcuui. Velret Carpets running (go Qfi $1.25 lip to $5 yd. vard . «{/*·* * «L/ ^/ * w j **·*· ** ··· · «.««,."-«.. Boudoir Chair--Unusual Value February Sale $11.75 Not to be confused with the ordinary kind of boudoir chair. Made up in a very high grade of cretonne with six tempered springs in the scat. 50-pou nd Mattress--A Value February Sale $9.75 V special offering of a high tirade, superior, Aaron quality mattress at a remarkably low price. Buj that, mattress now at a handsome saving. Great ast Value in a Dependable Gat Range Without ieat regulator. All Porcelain New Process Gas Range February Sale Special 59-so Up-to-date Pattern Special Bedroom Chair Rocker or Bench --Your Choice for W $4.75 Very attractive and in a. variof of stylps and tlniwhcs. Got yonis Striking Pattern in Mohair-- $ "I O f\ QQ Sofa and Either Chair JL O %/== Genuine (not imitation) mohair all over with cushion reverses in a handsome pai tern, of .Tacquard. Each piece trimmed in black cable wests, A value supreme backed by Kroehler's and Aaron's -- assurance of sound construction. Mahogany Finish 4-Poster Bed February Sale $19.75 The design is pleasing, t r e finish is mahogany. Markfd unusually low for supei*ior quality, and can be had in single or double size. Famous Hej-wood Carriages February Sale $14.75 A wonderful outfit for with wood artillery wheels -rubber tires and in the most popular colors. Heywood- Wakeflplcl carriages e~cclu- slvc'ly. Highest quality! One-Motio^ D'ay Bed Complete February Salo $19.75 A davenport by day and a full size bed when desired Complete with pad and vaiance at this reduced price. Simmons Double Deck Spring Similar to tlie Famous "ACE" February Sale $16.75 Made of oil tempered spring wire and equipped wi;h shock absorbers. Wach spring IB tied with helical. Sagless, Otlmp HtmmoRs llplrol Spring* a» low B.» |H,75,

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