The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 11, 1938 · Page 16
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 11, 1938
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PAGE SIXTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1038. , Act Provides Matter Be Voted Upon Next Year; Effective 1941 School Directors Name Board to Supervise Formalities. COURT TO RULE ON FUSIONS Eleven school districts in Fayette county must vole on merging with adjoining districts in 1939 in compliance with an Act of Assembly requiring all districts employing 10 or less teachers to merge after July, 1941. Looking forward to such amalgamations, the Fayette County School Directors' Association at its meeting last October named a Fayette County School Board that Is composed of Walter Rhodes of SpringhiU township, president; Springer Francis of South Union, secretary; Joel Strong of Franklin township, treasurer, and Dwight L. Dickey, of Springfield township and Joseph Daugherty of Luzerne township to supervise compliance with formalities. The county school board holds a meeting the last Thursday of each month and will be in session again February 24. The Courier was advised today that the 11 districts in Foycttc county having 10 or Jess teachers and which will be required" to ballot on mergers arc: Brownsville township, Dawson, Dunbar, Evcrson, Henry Clay township. Lower Tyrone township, Markleysburg, Ohiopyle, Smithfield, Van- dcrbilt and Wharton Independent. Legislation enacted by the 1937 State Legislature authorizes county Deputy Will Assist With Income Returns; To Come Here Monday A deputy collector of the Internal Revenue Department will be at the revenue office on the second floor of the Postofflce Building for two weeks to assist in the filing of income tax returns. The deputy will come here on Monday, February 14, and remain through Friday and then will return on Monday, February 28, to remain through to March 5, it was announced by Collector William Drls- coll ol Pittsburgh. school boards to "require all districts employing 10 or less teachers as of January 1, 1937, to merge with other districts after July, 1941, provided the electors of such school districts shall have consented to such merger." The question will be submitted to the electors at the municipal election in 1039. The common pleas court will decide what districts shall merge with what district upon petition of the county school board. It is believed that citizens have no other alternative under the legislation as some are inclined to view the action as mandatory. Powers ol the county boards arc only supervisory. The boards will present the matter to the various district boards affected by the merger. In Washington county 33 school districts will be required to vote on the merger question. Just Arrived! First Showing! Exciting SS6S You'll thrill to these eye-appealing, flgure- flnttering NEW frocks! Fascinating swirl prints, new brief boleros, very smart basic frocks! Newest stylo notes in square, high draped or low V-necks, clever shirrings! Vivid wide-spread or tiny nosegay prints, panel and border prints! Pastels, lots of new navy and black! Dresses high in fashion . . low in price . .. buy at least two! Junior Sizes: Misses'Sizes Half Sizes: M to 17. 14 to 20. 161/2 to 32y 2 HOLLYWOOD 330 So. PiHsburg Strcel. Wiuno 1570. Paris Picks Her Former Judge Berkey is Elected President Of Somerset Lawyers SOMERSET, Feb. 11.--Ex-Judge John A. Berkey, third oldest member of the Somerset County Bar Association, was elected president of that organization at n meeting in the courthouse at Somerset. He succeeds John G. Ogle, who Is nt present a patient in the Presbyterian Hospital m Philadelphia. Other offers elected were: J. C. Lowry, vice-president, and District Attorney A. M. Matthews, secretary-treasurer. It was voted nt the meeting to have an oil painting of Judge Norman T. Boose made to hang In the courthouse in accordance with a custom which has placed a portrait of every president judge of Somerset county on tho walls of cither the courtrooms or the attorneys' room. A committee was appointed to select an artist. Gisclo Lo Eoyo, who wna chosen from hundreds of candidates as tho "Parisian Girl of 1938," is pictured above. Fifty million Frenchmen can't bo wrong, can they? (Central Prets) Budget, Tax Levy Of County Likely To Be Unchanged Fayettc counlyf^''budset for 1938 will .'ippioximatcj $005,000, about the same as that for last year ,and the lax levy undoubtedly will remain at 14 mills. ' A schedule of the estimated expenditures lus been dratted but flnal action on the budget cannot bo taken before March 4. It must lay open for public inspection up to and Including February 22. The proposed budget, however. subject to change before it is adopted. Normalville NORMALVILLE, Feb. 1!.--Miss Alone Miller spent the week-end with her parent!, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Miller of Normalville. Mr. and Mrs. S. P Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Miller and daugh- tre, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and two daughters attended a surprise party Riven in honor of Norman Miller of Scottdalc. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hall of Ohiopyle visited Carl Brooks Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meyers were Conncllsvillc shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bungard and Mr. nnd Mrs. S. T. Steel attended the revival meeting at Indian Head Saturday. In respect to the memory i · of our beloved leader and friend Harvey S. Firestone --our store will be C L O S E D All Day, Friday, February llth AUTO SUPPLY SERVICE STORES 122 W. Apple Street Phone 21 Bear Run BEAR RUN, Feb. II.--Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stull have received word o£ the birth of n nine-pound son to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Stull of Burkittsvillc, Md., January 23. It is the second son in the family and has been named Gerald Malcolm. Mrs. Joseph Tissue and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Oldland and daughter of Connettsville visited Mrs. Tissue's mother, Mrs. Margaret Skinner, Thursday. Mrs. Albert Slull and children, Leo and Mary, of Youngstown, Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs Albert McNair Friday. Mrs. Stull nnd children who visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall for a week returned home Sunday. Mrs. Kenneth McClintock and daughter, Evelyn, were at Ohiopyle Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rowan and children of Poplar Grove visited Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ohlcr last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Shiveley of Greensburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Ohler Saturday. Arnold Stull ol Jones Mill visited his parents, Mr. and Mm. Jacob Stull, last week. William Mason of Carmichaels visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hnll over tho week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin DuU, Jr., of Springfield pike visited Mrs. Bull's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hay, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Trcacher, who were recently married, have gone to housekeeping in Uniontow.i. Mrs. Treacher was formerly Miss Inez Scarlett. Mrs. John Heed, who had beer, visiting her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scarlett, returned to her home in Binning, ham, Ala. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. William* of Connellsville visited Mrs. Williams' parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Albert McNair, over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Dcwcy Scarlett and family visited Mrs. Scarlett's mother Mrs. Minnie Hyatt, st Ohiopyle Sunday. Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE, Feb. II Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mooro have returned to their home at Harrisburg after a sev- erdl days' visit at their home in Ohiopyle. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rafferty of Youngwood are spending the week visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Raffcrty, who has been bedfast for the past two weeks. She is showing a slight improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mertz, who have resided in the Sproul property in Commercial street, for the past year, moved Wednesday to the Fleming property in Bridge street. Mrs. Earle Daniels is ill with grip at her home. Harvey Morrison was a visitor in Uniontown Wednesday. Rev. nnd Mrs. F. S. Wortman are stopping at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Skinner at Whig Corner while Rev. Wortman is holding revival meetings at Hickman's Chapel. Tear Gas Not for DOM, SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 11.--Tt may be legal to use tear gas bombs on human beings,, but they don't go for dogs When Alfied "M. Rich threw a smoke pellet between two dogs to stop them lighting, a ncish- bor him .irrcsted for ci licitv to .jinni ils Values Friday -Sat. CHOICE MEATS Fri. PORK LOIN, whole, half, end Ib 20c CENTER CUT CHOPS 24c LB. PORK BUTTS . Ib. 20c Tender Lean GROUND MEAT Ib. 21c Economical SQUARE BERLINER Ib. 20c For Sandwlchtf CALLIES .'. Ib. 19c Shankle** JUMBO BOLOGNA Ib. 16e Quick Lunch SWISS CHEESE Ib. 31c Sandwich Cut SALT PORK Ib. 16c Economical Pork Cut LOIN STEAK Ib. 30c Tcndci Juicy ROUND STEAK Ib. 26c Government Inspected RIB ROAST Ib. 25c Branded Beef CHUCK ROAST Ib. 23c From Grain Fed Steers and Saturday USCO Spaghetti Sr9c ECONOMICAL MEAL Sunny Boy Pumpkin, 2?TM** 19c 3IAKE SOME PIES USCO Pork Beans 4 2T 25c JUST HEAT THEM Monogram Cocoanut Ib 25c FOR TIES AND CAKES Laundry Soap 6 cakcs 25c USCO YELLOW Toilet Soap 6 cakcs 25c USCO GREEN White Soap Chips USCO--FOR CLOTHES OR DISHES 22-oz. « fj «*«· 17c USCO RICE pkg! DC POST'S TOASTIES 9 1Q r M pfcgs. Ul. PUFFED WHEAT , 9c UHlON COFFEE ,,,. 19c USCO MILK 3 tnJI Ort_ cans fiAiC Floating Soap USCO WHITE Granulated Soap USCO--CLEANS QUICKLY Laundry Fluid USCO--FOR WASH DAY Orange Juice TREESWEET 3-or. ban 24-o*. Phlf. 14c 17c nts. 1 7 C ll-ot. ran Molasses B'KER RABBIT Cinnamon McCOKMICK'S BEE BRAND Haddock FRESH FILLET Oysters STANDARD No. ean tin 9C ib. 20c Pint ' 26C JELL-O C FlnrorK i 5c KITiB CRACKERS N. H. C. 21c USCO PRESERVES s-ib. rr jnr . 00 C USCO SPAGHETTI a-n. 97 l.hir. .,,. £ / C HEINZ RICE FLAKES Ik Cucumber Pickles HEINZ FAMOUS MCKLE USCO Dill Pickles EXTRAORDINARY FLAVOR -" 21c I8c N. B. C Cookies VJS-O-2'AK ASSORTMENT Ginger Bread Mix DUFF'S--QUICK PREPARATION Salad Dressing USCO--FOK TASTY SALADS « 23c - Ol 31c Swansdown Cake Flour pkK 25c FOR SUCCESSFUL CAKES McCormicfc's Cloves b - 9c BF.E BRAND SPICES -Sat. FRESH PRODUCE Fri. ORANGES doz. 32c Florida KG'« ORANGES doz. 24c California 216 TANGERINES doz. 17c Florida I44'i GRAPEFRUIT each 5c Nice and Juicy APPLES 5. Ibs. 18c U. S. No. 1 SUytnan APPLES l O I b s . 27c U, S. No. 1 Baldwin CARROTS 2 bunches He Large--Solid CELERY HEARTS 2 bunches 17c Tender Crip [ LETTUCE heodTc Iccbfrc--Crisp SWEET POTATOES 5 Ibs. 17c Jersey SPINACH Ib. 7c Health Glvlne T U R N I P S Ib. 3c Washed--Solid POTATOES 5 Ibs. 23c New Crop

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