The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 24, 1939 · Page 5
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February 24, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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FRIDAY, FEBRU4RA 24, 1939 lire COTTT:IRK rur\"Ni'!,i J svn J i J :E PA. I'AGE FIVE NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD Turn About Is Fair Play boeclal to The Courier SCOTTDALE Feb 24--Mis Roy E Whittemore o£ Arthur avenue Was hostess Thuriday evening to the Missionary Society ol the First Baptist Church at its regular meeting The subject to- the everrng was 1 Christian Friendliness " Mis Elrrer C Anderson -was in charge ol the program and also gave the book re view on 'New Blood Taking part on the, program were Miss Kate Lowe, who hrd the devotions and gave a talk on ' Mather School', Mrs Edith Sturgis, who talked on "The Negro and the Cottonfield , Mrs Harvey Anderson on "Friendliness School', Mrs John Strabel on ' The Indian," and Mrs L C Auld, on ' The Italian " Mrs Auld had a BUGS'-, Mis Mary Vinzani, -\\ ho talked on ' The Foreigner and the Appreciation They Have for the Help Given" At the close o£ the program le- freshnents uere served Elks Entertain \\ivcs The Scottdalo Lodge, B P O Elks Wednesday evening held a get together meeting with 50 in attendance, including the wives of members There was caids, dancing and refreshments Jubilee Circle Has Pirtj The Jubilee Circle of the Methodist Episcopal Church Tuesday e\emng held a Geoige Washington pan} in the church Mrs George Hodges had charge of an antique table display Mrs V E Decker had charge of the j program that included several lead- ings by Miss Faithe Crenel] solos by Mrs J Frank Kenrsey, and num- ' bers by the men's chorus At the close o£ the meeting refreshments were sei\ed in the social rooms of the church with the decoi - ations and favors in keeping with Washington's birthdaj Pouliry Discussions E W Sebold, \ocational agricultural mstiuctor of the East Huntingdon Township High School announces t\vo evening meetings for those desiring information on the application of electricity to poultry raising and gardening These meei.- mgs will be held at 8 o clock February 27 and March 6, in the high school at Alverton D W Rice of the Rural Service Department of the West Penn Power Company, will assist Mr Sebold in the discussions E\ ery person irter- cjled m gaining practical information a* to how to use electucity for breeding, control of egg production, electric soil heating and various other Uses is invited Tw in Daughters Mr and Mrs J Ale% Yahner of South Chestnut sheet announce the biith of twin daughters at Frick Memorial Hospital Mount Pleasant, Thursday This is the fifth set of twins born at the hospital since the new year Girl Scout Patrols Troop No 2 Girl Scouts has organized its patrols and chosen officers as follows Fust patrol Senior patiol, Ins Foulk patrol leader, Marjone Hep- 3er, assistant patrol leader, Letha Foulk, scribe, Mae Anderson, treasurer, Vivian Ruth, Cathryn Dale, Grace Showman, Virginia Keedy, Betty Loucks Roberta Williams and Audrey Burkhart Second " patrol, Carduial patiol, Mary Laurey Byrne patrol leader, Irene O'Laughlin, assistant patrol leader, Anne Clark, sc.nbe Irene TittTington, Eileen Bashforth, Pa- tr*cia Horn, Joan Shernck and Barbara Aiken Thud patrol Little Star patrol Cynthia Williams, patrol leader Lois Shernck assistant patiol leader Marie Horn, scnbe, Arlene Felgir, hikemaste*-, Anne Marie Stoner Beverly King and "Mereditn Ware Fourth patrol, Eagle patrol, Elaine Murphy patrol leader, Anna Jane Meade, assistant patrol loader, Bernadette Helenski scnbe tieasuie 1 * Mary Lou Bell hikemaster Dolores Bakei, Marjorie Thayer, Lorraine Garrity June Mason and Laura Corkran Reversing the usual procedure, mating- New Yorkers to El Tovar N M, sell a blanket to one of the reservation chiefs, shown above Dale Carnegie (left), author of 'How to Win Friends," did the selling Dinty Doyle, radio columnist, irivca his approval to tho deal. Air-Minded Auto Driver Escaped' This coupe appears poised for a dive to tho street thirty feet below after eku'ding on lev bridge at Boston and smashing through railing Bjt it hung on the hunk by its real wheels ind Roland Campbell, the driver escaped with slight facia! c ··* f»-om shattered glass Pennsville School Students Entertain Pairons With Program SHAH AND CHAT SPAT ALL, OVER PA.RIS By Un ted Press Teb 2.1--The quar-el be- ·\ Patrons' Day program \\as pie- sented b students at the Pennsville school Students from the \anous giades participated The teachers are Misses Long- aneekei and Wingroxe The piogram follows Open ng song fifth and sixth rrade guls Welcome,' Marj NicHow, ' Welcome James Srultz, ' An Important Da'e," fifth and sivth grades "A Question Glenn McFatlden "I Wonder ' George Sprinkle pliy I Photographs of P ins cit show u. ith 1 Ghost of Washington," with these r( ^ e rence to h ·; imjestj the cat chai acle-s · Fred Fred Killmgei Sam Robert Breaklron Georg" Chailes Hodge, ghost of Washington P e n n S V l l l C WilLam Hamborsk-% Jerry Darwyn tuecn Frmce and Iran ovei the mi%up in the \soids ^Inr- and c it his been settled I L PISH mimstrv offici tls said i diplomatic relat rms unit, i \ ore! broken December bv Iran u,ould be' -esumed soon I Tie shah Ind trilled his minister homo m protest ngairs*. he use foj the French oC the \sord chit "uhich mcins cat but is pionounced hke shah He had objected p irt culnrly to Hay Maybe Li't o Patriot,' Eugene Miller, 'A Lucy Watson, song Mary Lou, Jan« Seneff and Betty Lou Hall Wellingtons Hatchet Beverly Verkleeren, Dorothy Marie Heck Arna Marv Hall Grace Crosbj, Ma-ty Lou Chidester, Shirley Hay, E sie Wmkler, Rita McFadden, Jane Seneff Dolores Hall, "When I Am President," Bobby Huey, speech Harold Showman ' Our Baoy Llsie PENNSVILLE Feb 24--The Guild Gi-ls of the Pennsville Baptist Church held a Valentine plrty Friday c\enmg at the home ot Edna and June Clanv There ue-e 18 members and si\ guests present. Gimes u ere plajed \fter \ h i c h a dehc ous lunch was scr\ed Sieel Employment Exceeds 1938 Output Despite the fact that output ol tleel ingots in 193B V.BS nearly 50 per cent below the tonnage produced in !9?9, the average numbei of e-nplojes on the payrolls of the industry last year was only three per cent below 19..9, according to data compiled by the Amencan Iron and Steel Institute Total payrolls of the industry list year weie only 27 per cent below the total for 1329 Compared with 1937 s^eel production last year dropped 44 per cent, while employment and total payiolls were down 23 per cent and 37 per cent respectively New Wheeling Manager. WHEELING W Va, Feb 24 -- Wa'ter Smith, supe-mtendent ol public works of the city of Wheeling was elected city manager by council to succeed Harry Hun phrey, v, ho lesigned Smith will take office Apul 1 The office pays ?S,000 a year Personal Mis W C Cliik u i s a Lnion- Winkler, 'Company 'W,' " D o n a l d ' t o u n \'sitor Thursday of last week Hodge, Gilbert B-eakiron, Harold I Showman, Frank Nicklow, Bobby' Huev, James Seneff Orlo Claik nusic Delton Clark, · Kith and Kin Dorothy Mane Heck, 'An Important Letter," fifth grade, "Kid Talk Grace Crosby, song, Mary Lou Herman, Betty Lou Hall and Jane Seneff, "The Pardon,' Fred Kilhnger, C'arice Shultz, Miriam Miller, Robert B^eakiron, Glenn Lelchliter, James Nicfclow, Thomas Huey and Charles Hamborsky, song Grace and Janet Crosby, patriotic girls Mary Lou Herman, Veronica Bernsh, Eva Jein Breakiron, Mane Morey, Hulda Showman, Marguerite Haas, hiring a school ma am Mary Nicklow, Roberta McFadden, Cornne Clark, Jean Nicklow, Delia Nicklow and Elsie Nicklow, "Goodbye " Shirley Hay When you \\ant a ieil bar- kun select ciystalwircs bj Fos'-ona Selection is easy Hundreds of pieces cnailible in scores of patterns We suggest Master-Etchings' lor iorm- al dinners 'American -oronet or Sui-Ray pressed A ares for intorma affairs $1.00 up J. M. KURTZ DIAMONDS AND PINE JEWELRY HI "tt. Cwniord Acnue "Not a Care in the World Since we Centralized our Debts!" «S.IFE 15 loo short to permit money troubles to cloud your davs Exijiange all of vour scattered debts for a loan from us HaMng just one regular monthly paj merit is a Jot more con venient than taking here there and c%crj*\here Come in asrl let us combine Jour debts today Don t postpone the satis Hction this -will bring to 5oul 'jfhe Old Kithie Company--28 "Years nt Grcensburg 304 Second Fkwr Phone 1-3-1-3 First Notional Bunk Bldg Greensbiarg JiUTOMOBILF I OASS Open Late TrirLiy Night Tebruary 24 1939 SAVE THE MOST ON THE BEST MODERN SELF- SERVICE Corner North Pittsburg and Peach Streets, and 117 West Crawford Avenue Your Dollar Buys More at the ACME Market Biggest Citrus Fruit Sale in Years! efruSt Large 46 size-Heavy with Sparklmsr Juice EACH 5c Sweet Juicy Trcsli Florida Oranges 288 si/e DOZ Fancy Rome Beauty Apples 6ibs.25c Fresh Green Tender Spinach YelSow Oillons large size 1Ob bae 25c Fresh Beets and Carrots Fancy Red Ripe Tomatoes 2 ibs. 1 7c Blue Label Wisconsin Hurff's Cooked Cheese «». 14c t Pink Salmon " 9c Campbell's Tomato Soup - 3 Kraft's Velveeta Cheese *K* 2 ^ Kraft's American Loaf Cheese 2 ?°TM Tender Green STRINGLESS BEANS* S, 20c 27c 45c 2 5c Quality Pancake or Buckwheat Flour - 5 10 540 FINE QUALITY Derrydale Roll Every One Candlea and Guaranteed utters 2«bs.55c Fine Quality 48 oz pkfr 5c tall cans OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 Golden Bantam SWEET CORN 3 ^ Fancy Quality TOMATO CATSUP Free Running Table Salt S^J r EATWELL CALIFORNIA SARDINES 14 oz. bots 23c 25c 25c 3 £i lb - 10c 1Oc Fresh Golden Krust Bread 2=9 FRESH SALTED SODA CRACKERS 2 -* 10c FINE QUALITY MARGARINE 3ibs.25c HAPPY BAKER FAMILY FLOURS 52c DO, Coffee Flesh ' heal-flo" Hoisted lb. BEST Pure Quality LARD°££td e 2 Ibs. 15c 1OSS* 36c 17c OCTAGON Laundry SOAP WALDORF QUALITY TOILET TISSUE Rendered Save the coupons rolls for or Fine Quality Made of Hard Semolina Wheat t 3 -19c Large Display of Fresh Meats in Refrigerated Cases en Lean Sugar Cured Shinned, Large Size Smoked PICNIC SUGAR CURED FRESHLY SV1ADE .15c ib. 1 sy 2 c BOLOGNA Ib. 15c End From \ounfr /"..i- Qualitv Beef wUrS Choice Cuts Ib. 2Ic FANCY QUALITY FISH FILLETS Ib. 7c QUALITY SEA WHITINGS !b. 5c Fancy FRESH STEWING OYSTERS pt en 19c Fancy FRESH FRYSNG OYSTERS, pt can 25c

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