The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 24, 1939 · Page 16
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 24, 1939
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PAGE SIXTEEN. DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVIL.LE. PA. r'KlJJAT, FEBRUARY Z4. J!J3?. Brownie Scout Troop For MORE PHOTOS Girls Under 1O Wili Be OF PROPOSED Organized Here Tonight DAMIN Y °UGH ®- A Brownie scout troop oL girls is being formed and will meet at the Trinity Lutheran Church in charge of Mrs. Earl "Winkler assisted by Miss Evelyn Zimmerman. The Brownie scout troops are quite popular elsewhere today. Girls between the ages ol seven and 10 years are eligible to become mom- j bers as the age requirement lor Girl Scout troops is 10 to 14 and the Senior Scouts from 14 up. The Brownie troop gives the children an idea o£ scout lite and imm- presses on them the fundamentals of scouting. Any girls from seven to 10 years inclusive interested in joining this troop are requested to contact Mrs, Winkler at the social room ol the Lutheran Church between 6 and 7 o'clock Friday evening. Friday will be registration night and there are a few vacancies left. News of Day At Dunbar DUNBARj Feb. 24.--A thank- offering service will be held Sunday evening at the Methodist Protestant Church. The envelopes distributed last Sunday will be returned at this service. Christian Endeavor and Missionary societies will have charge and will present the. play, "If I Be His Disciple." The cast follows: Gladys Hardy as Mrs. Henry De .Peyster .Morris, a society matron; Cora .Chalfant as Dorothy Dalton, a niece; Freda Wills as Blanche Carew, ~a missionary; Mrs. I. L.'Kimmel as .'Mrs. Jones, a dressmaker; Florence "Harvey :is Mrs. Calkins, a church ..member; Jean.Hardy as Peggy Hardy, a mountain girl; Louise. Moyer as Martha, the maid. An invitation is extended to anyone wishing to attend. Last Sunday evening the service was held in a different manner. Instead of the usual procedure the program u-as- carried out reversed, it follows: Postlude; benediction; hymn ''Count On Me"; questions and answers on the lesson; piano solo by Sara Katherino- Porter; president's remarks; leader's talk; vocal solo by Ruth .Hamilton;- chain prayer by ail; hymn, "Old Rugged Cross"; Scripture; hymn, "Bringing In the Sheaves"; prelude. · Other Items of Interest. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Walbert of Frostburg, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shumaker of Meyersdale were recent visitors at the home o£ Mrs. H. P. Shumaker. The latter, who suffered a side injury some time ago, continues to improve. Among those who are on the sick list are Richard Harvey, George Boring and Mrs. Anna Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Soakie, Mike nnd John Krall and Marie Roebuck visited Mrs. Mike Krall, who is a patient at Connellsville State Hospital, Thursday evening. Americanization Committee. Miss Mabel Golden, Mrs. Willis Craig and Mrs. John Stannis comprise the Americanization committee oC the American Legion Auxiliary. The purpose of this group is to plan Cor the observance of Americanization Week and to prepare tests to be given to all eighth grade girls interested. Each school in this district, -which includes Furnace, Pechin, Dunbar and Mount Braddock schools may enter. A medal is awarded to the girl who receives the highest grade in the test. The date for the examination will be announced soon. St. Aloysius Services. Rev. George F. Hurley announces there will be Stations of the Cross held at 3 o'clock this afternoon and at 7:30 o'clock this evening at St. Aloysius Church. Questions and answers will be held at the evening service and any person who cares-to have questions pertaining to the Catholic religion may place them in the box at the church entrance. Benediction will close the service. Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock Father Hurley will speak on the subject, "The First Commandment." All members of the newly established Altar and Rosary Society are requested to attend holy communion in a body at 8:30 mass Sunday morning. 1938 Operator's Licenses Will No! Be Good March 1 . The deadline on the 193S operator's license is rapidly, approaching. State motorists -ire warned that the 1938 licenses will become illegal on March 1. The State Department of Revenue will not grant an -extension on the operating cards after-'February 26. BIGGER AND BETTER BARGAINS The Only Place in Town to Have Your SUIT PRESSED While You Wait: only 5Oc SUITS FOR SALE From $7.00 to 812.00. S1XG-L-E COATS J'rom $t..0 Up. Work Pants front S1.25 up Pauls S2.S5 up A, SHULMAN 233 Korth PiUsburir Street, ConneUsvllIe, Pa, Open Daily, 7 A. M. Till 7 r. M. Saturday 7 A. M. Till 30 r. IW. Wins Beauty Title Additional preliminary photo- flraphs were taken at the site oC the proposed Hood control dam on the Youghtoghcny Kiver in the Confluence-Somerfield vicinity, Lieutenant Colonel \V. E. R. Covcll, in charge of the United States Army engineers of the Pittsburgh district, said today, pointing out that good progress is being made by the corps of 24 workers, Jin mcreasc ot three from the previous week. Power studies ore being continued on the upper river basin as Js the routine checking and tabulating of data submitted by power companies in. connection with the annual electric power survey.. Work progressed on the flood damage studies and compiling of! descriptions nnd discharge measurements for nil stream gaging stations. IVork wns completed on the 33th plane-table sheet of the reservoir area. A first order Polaris observation was obtained and this work completed the first hori/.ontal control o£ the reservoir. Preliminnry design [ studies of the proposed dam were continued. Studies arc in progress to determine damages to railroads, public utilities and highways in the Yough- iogheny River basin, Colonel Covcll declared. Cobina Wright, Jr, CobJna Wright, Jr., New York society girl, "was named by artists and vnriters wintering in Florida as the "most"beautiful girl in T/alm Beach," vrherc she is pictured on her way to a swim. Get Bids on Radio. UNJONTOWM, Feb. 2-1,-^Tir^t. actual step in modernizing the police station with a two-way radio transmitting and receiving system and radio cars came when Council Of ened sealed proposals. Council will thoroughly review the bids before contracts are awarded. Tornado Packs Hospital Increase Shown in 6. 0, Carioadings Baltimore Otiio carloadinjjs for the week ended Febru.iry 18, totaled 39,564, includinc 25,405 cars loaded on line and 14,159 received from connections. This was an increase of 4,910 loads over the corresponding week o£ last year, when the total u-as 34,634, comprising 22,445 cars loaded on line and 12,209 received from connections. During the previous week of this year (the week ended February 11). total loads were 30,448, consisting of 25,796 cars loaded on line and 13,652 received from connections, so the total for last week showed rm increase of 318 cars over the previous week. For the corresponding period in the yi;ar. 1P30. carloading* totaled 61,607, of. wluch 39.174 cars wore Io.-id-ti on line' unci 22.433 received from connections. For Better, for Worse. : LONDON, Feb. 24.--"Do you wish to withdraw the allegation you m:idc against your husband?" a solicitor askcci a woman in court here. "Yes," she* replied, "I've thought of n worse one." tt OF TUCKED BATBSTE .Fine batiste, with rows and rows of tiny tucks, to give it a fragile and expensive air. Most asked-for of all our blouses completely in line with this season's "Little Girl" fashions. Collar and cuffs edged with deiicate VaJ-type lace. Fine ocean pearl buttons--each sewn on by hand. Sizes 32 to 44. LADIES' OONTBTENTAt STOSS Br^x^-Mr S» ,-··* Ja-^iV V .* *? Pv/taer/ V-V°%"f- fc t - %f J ,^-- -X, ~Jf* n 4.* l^/^-f,- f ^-'*«WT*'*' -- /' * -/*" " ·O**-^. ^' ^f. $r^rv. / \ / **· ,* \r , * y Freak torniido sweeping through Bertie County, North Cnrolina, rcsuUctl in death to three persons and injuries to twenty-one, taxing facilities of small connty hospital at Windsor. Some of the child victims "were forced to lie on tinny cots (foreground), while it WBS necessary for others to (loubta in beds (background). (CentralPress) 32 Found Guilty of Coal Thefts; Ordered/to Make Restitution, Ray Costs Ashes on'Forehead Opens Lent Season In Catholic Churches The penitential season o£ Lent began "Wednesday. In Catholic churches priests imposed ashes on the foreheads o£ the people with the words: "Remember, man, that thou are dust, and unto dust thou shalt return.'' From this practice, the day gets its name, Ash Wednesday. For 40 days Christians throughout the world will practice scU-denial and will meditate upon the sufferings and death o£ Christ. The ashes used were obtained by burning palms from last Palm Sunday. Easter falls on Sunday, April 9. Poor in Learning? LOS ANGELES, Feb. 24.--The University of Southern California announced that an unidentified coed has made 15 "A's" and one "D", n very poor grade, in her first year term. The "D" was made in the course, "Principles of Learning." UNIONTOWN, Feb. 24.--Pleading guilty to the theft -;f coal at a mass hearing, held in Courtroom No. 3 Wednesday evening by Alderman i William Whitby, 32 Grays Landing residents were ordered to pay the costs of prosecution and make restitution at the rate of 10 cents per bushel to Umble, Silman and Scott Coal Company. In the information signed by Ben Silman, official of the company, alleged the men, mostly WPA workers, stole more than 6,000 bushels of coal over a period of months. Alderman Whitby ordered each prisoner to make restitution to the company periodically until the entire bill is paid. At the close of the hearing, Mr. Silman named 15 other residents in that vicinity on an information for stealing coal. Papers are being served today by Constable Walter Brown. This hearing will be set for a later date. JljTBTcr Volume Fixed. NEW YOHK, Feb. 24.--The city council adopted an ordinance setting the minimum content of a whisky jigger at one and one-half ounces in public bars. It also requires that the net content be labeled on each glass. tl. S. Oil Output Beats ,Kuss. NEW YORK, Feb. 24.--The fields of Texas, California and Oklahoma alone have produced more oil to date than have all the fields by Russia, according to a study by engineers of Cities Service Company. Caught Cold? P^ To relieve distress--rub throat, chest, back with W I C K S W V A P O R lie FRIDAY and SATURDAY S A L Del Monf-e Plums No. ZVi can 14c Drluxtr Quality Sauer Kraut 3 No. 2Vz cans 20c SUver Floss Brand Pumpkin . No. 2Vz can l i e Makes nrUcloiw Pics Navy Beans 3 ibs. lOc Cook Them \S'flh Ham Mission Peaches 2 No 2'/2 ens 27c Halves or Slices C H I L I POWDER McCORMJCK'S BEE BRAND Sift Tin 9c Asparagus No. 2 can 27c Del Monte Brand Cut Beets No. 2V 2 can 9c Fancy Quality Wax Beans No. 2. can l i e Baxter's--Cut _, Diced Carrots 2 No. 2 cans 19c With Peas Grapefruit .2 No. 2 cans 19c Dr. Phillips Fancy Sliced CHOICE QUALITY MEATS ON SALE FRIDAY and SATURDAY PORK BUTTS Ib. 21 c Serve It for Dinner MEAT LOAF Ib. 16c Regular Meat Loaf SLICED BACON Vz Ib. pkg. 16c Armour's Star SAUSAGE Ib. 23c Link or Country Style FRANKFURTERS Ib. 25c First Grade DAISY CHEESE (b. ISc Delightful Mild Flavor LUNCHEON LOAF Ib. 17c , Minced--For Sandwiches Grapefruit Juice 47 ox. can 17c Dromeilary--Sweetened Spaghetti 24 ox. can 15c With Heat Balls--Dinty Moore Molasses No. 2Vz can 25c Br'er Kabbil House of Lords small pkg. TOc Famous Tea House of Lords 14 Ib. pkg. 21 c Fine Flavor Tea y, Ib. Fkjr. lie PORK LOIN WHOLE, HALF OR END i,23c Center Cut Chops, 27 c Ib. LEG OF LAMB FOR SUNDAY'S BIG MEAL TUMERIC POWDER McCORMICK'S BEE BRAND Sift Tin 9c LAMB CHOPS Ib. 30c Also Rib Chops SHOULDER CHOPS Ib. 25c Delicious Lamb Cut SHOULDER ROAST Ib. 19c A Popular Lamb Cut LOIN STEAK Ib. 38c Good With Mushrooms RIB ROAST .....: Ib. 32c Branded Beef ' - ·· CHUCK ROAST Ib. 30c Tender and Juicy PLATE BOIL ;.... ;I Ib. 18c For Vegetable Soup Silver Dust : pkg. 23c With Free Towel Baxter's Corn ..'....'. No. 2 can lOe Fancy Sweet Crosby Corn Usco Milk ...'.. 3 tall cans 19c For Cookins or Table "Use Corn Flakes 8 oz. pkg. 7e Kellogs's Famous Cereal Quaker Farina ....pkg. 9e Popular Breakfast Food . . COFFEE 11). I7c; 3 Ibs. 48c Special Blend CLEANSER, IVyundottc, ex. en Ic With Another Can at KCET. lOc Price GUAM: JUICE -2--12 oz. cans sic Wcstfleld Maid TINY JELLIES 11,. 12: Tasty Flavored Candy Al'ETCOT .TUMBLES II). 23c N. B. C. Delicious Cakes SOAP CHIPS 22 w. pkg. IGc Usco White J'lE FILLER phg, i)c Good luck Brand HORMEL/S SPAM 12 oz. Can 29c S, B. C. CAKES .......................... _..H. 24c Pride Assortment \ LAUNDRY FLUID qt. bottle 17c Usco -- Housewife's Favorite HENKEL'S FLOUR 2?4 Hi pk 21 c Velvet Cake Fastry Flour Usco Noddles ~ -- 12 nx. p In Cellophane Packages HEISX PICKLE ...._~24 OK. jar 19c Fresh Cucumber Fresh FRUITS and VEGETABLES ORANGES .......... . California Sunkist ISO's ORANGES ..... ..... :.:,,: California Sunkist ?ZO's GRAPEFRUIT .. ........ . Florida 64's LEMONS .............. ...... Sunkist 300 Size TANGERINES, 176 size 150 Size -- ISc tioz. - APPLES .... ....... -.."." ........................... Old Fashioned Winesap BANANAS , ......... . Yellow Ripe CABBAGE -... : .r..U .................... _______ . Solid Heads - CARROTS- ..r.:....-.~...;.. Good for Soup or Salads JUMBO CELERY . Crisp and Fresh CELERY HEARTS . ...... ________ Tender and Crisp DATES ..................................... ,, ........ Dromedary Brand LETTUCE .............................. Iceberg -- Crisp PARSNIPS ....................... _____________ Fine Flavor PEANUTS ..... ... ...... .- ...... ,, ...... Fresh Roasted SPINACH ........ . .......... __________________ Full of Vitamins TOMATOES .................................. . Solid Ripe . YAMS ........ '. ..... : ............... ..... ..... ....... Porto Rico ____ doz. 38o -.,,. ---------- ..... Soz. 18c . .............. 6 for 25c ______ ..... - ..... doz. SBtt . ................. doz. 15c ....... 5 Ib. bas 16c 2 bags 31c ., ...... .4 Ibs. Z5c .., ............ ...... ....... Ib. 4c ... fc bunches 9e _... stalk 6c 2 bunches 15c ........ -- pksr. 14c ......... _________ head 8c ____ .............. 2 Ibs. 9c ..... Z Ibs, 25c ... ............ 3 Its. 20o ,,,,... ...... ,,.:; Ib. 13c : .......... ... ..... 5 Ib. 22c EGGEVZ KETCHUP 14 oz. btl Made of Ripe Tomatoes lAUNDRY SOAP C cukes Usco--Quick Cleansing USCO SOAP 6 largo cuKes White Floating 6 small cafe USCO SOAP !· cukes White Blillcd Soap TOILET SOAP G cukes Usco Green USCO SOAP 6 cakes Coco Hard Water Soap ' " ' Soap Pomler fi--l(i ox. pkgs. Usco--For Clothes or Dishes ISc 25c 25c ·ISc 25c 25c 25c 25c BEEF STEW Dinty Moore U ~ m - 1 ^f can ± « 1 ' HADDOCK _...._.Ih. 19c Fresh Filet RED PERCH ......Ib. Iflc Frozen BOCK BASS - II). 2Sc Round Type . · SEA BASS ..^ .-......·.;.i..;; ^ u.;.i7c Hound Type · .OYSTERS ;.. 1.... pint 23s Standard - - - · - SUPPLY CO,

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