The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 22, 1939 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 22, 1939
Page 8
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Ji: EIGHT, THJli DAILY COURIER, (JONNEL.LSVIL.L.E, i'A. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 28, !»»«· C H. 5. NEWS OF THE O4Y Xo Attend Conference. Jean Sullivan and Doiothy Beeman wcie selected as delegates by the Girl Reserve cabinet to attend the G. R. Conference at McKeesport Friday, Saturday and Sunday, February 24, 25 and 26. Miss Loretta Gahardi and Miss Trances Karr will accompany them, Phono-Amplifier rlayed. Earl Ringler, Ait Graham and Cecil Wagner entertained Senior -Homeroom 10 by pl.iying popular numbers on 1he phono-ampbiicr. Miss Prudence Walters is sponsor. after that of Kay Kyser's Klass, in Miss Frances Kurtz' Junior Home- loom 1. Discuss Class Party. Junior Homeroom 26,j?ponsored by Miss Dorothy Mathias. discussed possibilities of a Junior Class party but no definite action was taken. Games weie played throughout the period. Plans Completed for Y-P Game. The Yale-Princeton basketball game to be played by the girls coached by Miss "Pat" Clark, promises to be one of the best yet. Emblems will be worn by players to distinguish the teams. Princeton', players will wear a tiger on their | their shirt and blade shorts and Yale, bulldogs on their shirts and blue shorts. The committees are: Poster and advertising, Jean Sullivan, Gertrude Waugaman, Claire Vernon; cheer leading, Rca Herd, Sally Mirierd; team distinction, Lila Schroyer, Iva Brooks, Suth Boyle; chapel program, Jean Fuehrer, Vera Jones, Joanna Shallenberger and Marguerite Durbin; gym decorations, Mid Grist, Betty StiUwagon, Janet Bu. dette, Patti Coughenour, Dot Osterwise and Gladys Brooks, and clean-up, Beryl Shelly, Gezela Zer- nich, Twila Davis, Violet Daniels, Lois Landymore and June LaPorte. Questions and Answers. Norma Friend and Olga Maiie Pnnkey conducted a questions and answers contest in Miss Edith Floto's homeroom. The room was divided into two teams and at the end ol the period there was a tie. DnSt Entitled, "Defectives." J. A. Lerew's Problems ol Democracy classes are starting a new unit entitled, "Defectives." Baby Pictures. Helen Munson had a perfect score for the contest held in the baby picture contest in Senior Homeroom 41-A, sponsored by Miss Loretta Galiardi. Ann Laughlin was selected as the most attractive baby. Committees Named. The Farm Frolic to be held by the Girls' Leaders' Club is being planned and the following committees appointed: Plans, Mary Elizabeth Whittaker, Marjorie Herd, Rosemary Hopkins, Dot Miner and Josephine Dawson; clean-up, Alice Kefler, Helen Enany, Gloria Corrado, Joan Downs, Joan Litavic and Mid Stafford. Games In Room 23. "W. L. Lewis' Senior Homeroom 23 spent the period playing games. There were no winners. Musical Class in Room 1. Bob Chambers had charge of a musical questionnaire, patterned Contest Hold. George Craig conducted a geographic guessing contest in Miss Marguerite Davis' homeroo*n after which George Morgan had charge of a deaf and dumb spelling bee. Program Committee Named. Senior Homeroom 41-A has posted the following program committees. The first named is the chairman: Helen Armen, Ruby Adams, Jack Beeman; Dot Beeman, Edith Bane, Bill Blacka; Earl Cross, Helen, Detwiler, Catherine Fiano; Brycc Dixon, Ruth George, Joe DelGrosso; Paul DeMaro, Betty King. Harold Miller; Robert Moag, Ann Laughlin, Delbert Minerd; Gerald Ritenour, Helen Munson, Elizabeth Norris; Isabel Piquadi, Marjorie Nicholson, Virginia Wajtonoski, Mary Vaccani; Kenneth Rhodes, Rosemary Weimer, Edwin Keith and Ha;:el Swink. Cokcr Drive Opened. Swallop entitled, "Our Happy Home, was presented by assembly Tuesday and members of the 193D yearbook Coker staff closed the program with a song warning all to place their orders. It would be quite unusual tC a freshman homeroom would subscribe 100 per cent before a senior room. * Bob Frankenberry and Tom Soisson gave short advertising talks. The program preceding this was presented by Miss Anastacia Vona's Sophomore homeroom. JUNIOR HIGH NNEWS Joyce Cole and Lsurella Bower had charge of the games played in Miss Kathryn Francis' homeroom Tuesday. A Professor Quiz contest was held in Miss Susan Hicks' homeroom and Chris Seisky was the winner. Games were played throughout the period in A. R. Maishall's homeroom. Rehearsal for a play to be presented in assembly March 7 and 9 marked Miss Mabel Golden's homeroom period. TROUTMAN'S Final Clearance SALE By the STONE FUR CO. of NEW YORK Thurs., Fri., Sat. This will be the last showing of FURS by this New York Representative this Winter! YOTJ'JOL SAVE SWV! Your Big Chance to buy a Fur Coat! Save «P to 50% Your last chance to buy a Fur Coat at a tremendous saving! Just think of it--you can save as much as 50 % at this sale. Come in and see theso wonderful values! A STONE FUR COAT is always a good investment and at February prices it is more so. Priced at up Many Choice Furs! Come In Now! Register Here for $50 in Free Cash Friday, Saturday 8/GG£K **"* BARGAINS New Spring $5.95 $6.95 Dresses $' Bargon Days Dress up in the new styles -- feel gay and charming! Anil do it at a saving! Prints, navy, black and high shades. Misses', women's. Dressy Crepe Dresses, Specal All grand high, shades. bargain! values! Get your New Spring COATS and SUITS Bargain t Day Special Boxy and fitted coat-s hi new tweeds and suedette fabrics. Suits are favorite man-tailored styles and dressmaker mode. Get ready for Spring Now and Save! WINTER COATS NOW $3.88 and $8.98 IVorc $10.05 lo 818.1)3 Great bargains for early comers For now and next winter! Van Raalte "Myth" Chiffon Hose $ 1.00 Regularly $1.15, Now A 3 thread. 48 gauge truly shear and lovely hose-- in two of the latest shades to wear \sith practically every color! 39c Chiffon Hose .. . 3 prs. $1.00 15c 19c Children's Long Hose . 8 prs. $1.00 Clearance Group of 59c to $1 GLOVES 2 prs. $1 Bargain Days . . Fabrics, hengaliiies and picnits! Brown, black, green, etc. Hurry for the choicest selection! 79cro?1.00 Wool Gloves Girls' $1 .98 $2.98 Bath Robes 79c $1 .29 Girls' $1 .98 Ski Pants, now 99c Girls' 59c, $1, $1.98 Dresses, now 37c, 49c, 89c Colgate Tooth Paste 3 tubes $1 $1.00 Djer Kiss Sachet. . 59c Woodburys Soap 4 cakes .. 27c Phillips Milk of Magnesia, 3 for $1.00 nnil 59c 75c I'opsodent Jjistcrinc Antiseptic Reg. $6.50 RED CROSS SHOES Save $2.50! Kidskins, suedes and gabardines in various styles. Every size but not in each style. Get several pair. Moxene Shoes . Little Boys' $1.00 Jersey Suits 59c One Lot Sleepers with extra pants 69c $1.00 Infants' Handmade Dresses 79c New Cannon Bath Towels Choice of two-tone plaids fancy colored border styles. 4 for $1 and Save Now! 18x36 Cannon / t Q t Turkish Towels 0 TOr54C TOc Cannon Wash Cloths, ea 7c $1.58 Double Cotton Blanket .. $1.19 $1.49 "Black Rock" Mattress Covers ... $1.19 36 inch Bleached Hope Muslin, yd. . lOc Good Weight Unbleached Muslin, 5 yds. 39c 58 in. Mercerized Table Cloth Damask 2 yds $1 Linen Pantry Toweling, 6 yds. $1.00 New Spring Print Batiste, yd. . 15c 79c Cotton Crash Table Cloths 54x54 size. White with colored- borders. 25c Linen Tea Towefs irregulars of 25c Huck Towels 67c 3 for 50c .27 $1.5!) lirnilford Unilircllns Black, navy and black with white. $1.1!) Accordion K n i t Blouses .. Short sleeves. New light shades. Wool Conl Sweaters Light weight--fine for Spring. 34 to '16 sizes. $1.00 Organdy 7Q,. I t l d l l h C S I «7C Frilly and tailored styles. 34 to 40. Felts, fabrics and straws m various sty-les and colors. Get yours! Reg. 59c Dress Crepe 2 yds. $1.00 Rayon French p r i n t crepes and solid color Pebble Crepe. Begin Spring sewing now with this saving! 25c Slip Fabric, 5 yds.. . $1.00 Chalk finish rayon taffeta. Save! Group to $1.19 Cotton Dresses and Uniforms »nys .. Dresses to brighten your home lite; sbort sleeve uniforms in white and blue; for misses and -women. :i5c Dress Shields, Site Print Aprons Sow $ U)8 Dinner Sets Bargain 1)« ys 32 pcs.--service for 6. In Golden Daisy, Silver Poppy, and B l e e d i n g Heart patterns. I PC. Colored Boit I Set 4 graduating sizes in orange, blue, brown, yellow. Very striking! 7 PC. Kitchen 1'otfen Se( .. $1.SO value! Consists of covered casserole, 4 custard cups, and red cream pitcher. Men's 25c SHIRTS and SHORTS, now . Many Bargains Not Advertised I MEN'S SHIRTS! Lot $1.00 to $1.65 Values Some mussed and soiled, some slightly irregular--but all wonderful values as you will see! Whites and fancies. Get all you need! MEN'S $1.49 Values, Bargain Days A bargain if we've ever seen one! Coat and niiddy styles in stripes, figures. 5for $ 1.00 Woven, fabric shorts in button and gripper fastening style; 30 to 44 sizes. Shirts are fine ribbed. Men's 25c Rayon Dress Socks . 3 prs, 50c Genuine Algerian Briar Pipes, special 29c Men's 69c Work Shirts 47c Boys'$1.98 Wool Knickers New Spring patterns, sizes. Hoys' 8 !.:!!) Corduro) Knicker^ $1.59 S to IS liojs' oflc *) QT/. Shict-i f-t for i/ I C Built up collar style. Fancies. Get your son a supply! Boys 5!)c Knit * Union Suits... * 97c Boys' 81.3!) Sweaters, Pullover styles. for his size! Socks, pr 97c 97c Hurry "Inn'' 7iayon Snl in Slips With lace or tailored; white, tea- rose; 32 to 44. Colton Slips «nil Gowns, ca Built up shoulder slips, 34 to 44; print and solid color gowns. SI.00 Klnnnelette (i(MM!S IHld P. J.'S ... Have them for cold spells now and next winter. Xew Cotton Crppp r n j a m n s Quite smart looking Tcarose, blue. 81)c Hiijon Undies 93c te, tea- 50c to 44; 69c 93c nitev.'ear. $1 J f o r Panties, bloomers and vests. TH Way and Boned no fc Corselettes 30C $14.95 Innerspring Mattress $12.88 9x12 in. Stair Treads, ea 8c Washable Window Shades 3 for $1.00 3S inches wide, 6 ft. long. Tan, ivory, green. 59c to 79c Group C U R T A I N S 2 prs. Give all of your windows a fresh outlook with this saving! Ruffled, tailored and cottage styles. Come early! $1.98 to $3.3!) ^«-| OO Dninusk branch, pr. epl.OO 25 in., 36 in., 50 in. wide. Green, rust, gold, blue. 9x12 AXMINSTER RUGS, WILL BE $29.50, NOW ... Only 5 rugs left at this low Spring patterns. 18x27 and 27x36 Rug Samples *22.88 price. Seamless; new 69cS1.29 PAINT CLEANER with each QUART NO RUBBING LIQUID WAX Try this quick, easy way to clean painted and enameled walls, woodwork, furniture, Venetian blinds--with Old English Liquid Paint Cleaner.. It requires no water--no rinsing--no drying! The No Rubbing Wax DRIES, to a lustre on floors or linoleum. Save effort--save money Get your set today. Both for JJA3UJAJLN DAY SPECIAL--3 KAYS O N L Y ! }· (iallon Old linglisli '-Xo IJublting'' J*-| Q Wax, and Applier--Both for only ..... «PJL

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