The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 1, 1939 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 1, 1939
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PAGE TWO 1 HE DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVILLB PA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, GRAB ALE SORORITY WILL STIjDi BIBLE- COURSE The Ginda'c So only \\ill meet at 7 4 5 o clock Thui daj night dt the Y *' C 4 1 The lesson o£ the Bible cou =o the subject being Jesus will be I taken up Mi* Ross J McJcalf \\ill have thaigt By LYNKE B KIMCET..T. B. P. W. Members jjean Hoover Plans View Moving Picture Mozart Club Program Of Airplane Trip For Meeting Monday PHIL \THCA Cl ASS WILL MEET \\ini MRS S M INKS The month!} meeting of lac Phi all ea Cla s of the rust Baptist Chum \\il bi_ held ThJibday cje- ring -it the home o£ Mrs S M Inks on the Spnngfeld pike Membeis o£ the Business and Professional Women s Club in altend- nco at the serm-montily meeting, held Tuesday night at the West Pern Model Home weie taken on an in- tere'ting imagmaiy auplane t ip to San Fianusco Cal The ptogiam was ·manged by Mrs Thomas D New- myci, chairman o£ the health, eom- mit*ee, and through the courtesy of the Pennsylvania-Central Airlines Corpoiation a mo\mg pic'ure of a plane tap, with San Francisco as its destmat on was shown Hdj es Devei and J O Uiquhait o£ Pittsburgh, ai- siston^ distnct traffic managers were in charge The picture shows beautiful soenerj and from time to time, mteuoi scenes of the plane are flashed on the sciein Other featuies o£ the piogram were a flute solo by Jane Errett with Norma Elpern playing the piano ae- compamrrent ard clever actrobatic dancing by littl Chailotte Oakes No ma Jean Gallagher was at the piano U the close o£ the piogram a busi- neio session in charge of tre president, Mis John M Young, was held Routine matters we'e taken care of aftci which new business was disused Miss Jes le Brooks chanman o" the legislatinn committee read three proposed amendments to the consti ution and by-laws They will be acted upon at the next meeting Attention was called to the annual State conventio i to be held in the spi ng at Bedford Springs Hotel Plans lot laismg funds for the clubs dental project were discussed A ic ICE of parLes was suggested It was anrounccd that Miss Hai- nct CovCi who was injuied in an automobile accident ovei a week ago is still confined to her home and that Miss SyKia Sullivan, who suffered a bioken leg some weeks ago, is get*mg along njceJy Mrs A E Van- Na'la ill at hei home in North. Cottage avenue was also reported to be jnpioved The next meeting will be held Wednesday night March 15 Miss Dorothy Sheirick a dental lygtenst m the public schools, is a aew member of the club Miss Jean Hoovei will ln\c chaige of Jie piogiam to be piesertcd at Ihe Mozait Music Club meeting at 8 June Fomwalt Hostess Miss June Foirmalu was hostess to Class 6 of the Covenanter Sunday School Fudaj c\cnmg a her home u Wheelei A 1 me-nbeis bi t one \veie pie=n.nt A brief business session fol- o clock Monday escnmg at the club lowed the de\otional period Miss rooms in tne Cainegie Fiee Lib a~y ' E v a Kate Cunimgha-n was m It will be comprised at selcctio is . charge The lemamder of the e\e- composed by Debussj, Ravel Smnt-1 nng w n s gnen ovci to games and Saers and Massenet Hostesses for the meeting a e Miss Irere Lucius Mrs Paul Lacius and' Mrs Alice Small Martz EUGENE WOODALL BRIDE RESIDING AT TJNIONTCWN Mi and Mrs Eugene L Woodall, vUio were mimed at 2 3 0 o'clock Sunday afternoon Februaiy ID at the Second Presbyterian Chuich at Uniontown, are at home at 40 Kerr street, Uniontown The ring ceremony was performed by the church pastor, Re^ James C Clirk Mrs Woodall the former M ss Helen Mellicent Friend, daughter of Mi and Mrs Roy Friend of Mill Run chose for her weddirg a blue ensemble with IDS" accessories The bride was graduated fiom the Connellsville High School, a member of the Class of 1B32 and "has been employed at Uniontown for the last few years The bridegroom a son of Mi and Mrs James Woodall o£ Asboro Mo, is smplojed at the plant of the Liberty Powder Company at Mount Braddock otici enteitammcnl Mrs Samuel rormvalt mother of the hostess, ervcd i cchctable lunch issisted by Mia Evelyn Cunnmgh-im The March meeting v. ill be held at the home of Miss I^\ L. K te CunnmghTn in Woodlawn a\cnue \Vith Marian Connci Ihe March business meeting of the Anna Duncan Missionary Society ot the Tirst United P esbytenon Church will be held at the home of Miss Marian Connc- llS'ii South Cottage avenue Friday evening Troutman Give Farwell Dinner For W.H. Leonhardt Emplojes o£ Tioutmans store gave a faiewell testmomal dinner Tuesday e\en ng at the W E Ilubaugh "arm neai Pen isv/ le, honoi mg W H Leonhaidt manager of the carpet and di ipery depaltmert foi eleven yeais Shoitly aflei 6 o'clok a delicious chicken and u a f f U repast with all the Uimmings, was seived Places were laid for foi ty-t iree Four guests were included Appointments were symbolic o£ Saint Pat- iicks Day Adorning either end of ilie table were slender green tapers in crystal holders Group singing, including an original number to the tune of "Jingle Bells,' took place during the couises R M Evans, general manager of the stoie in behalf of the employes, piesented Mi Leonhardt with oeautiful floor lamp and an electric clock The rest ot the eiening was spent m a pleasant social manner, Chinese checkers being among the dive-sions The affair was one of the largest cvei given by employes of the large store and all present had a fine time Guests were Mrs Leonhardt Mrs R M Evan« Mrs Fred Rush and Mis G E Kennedy Mr Leonhardt has been trans- Charles Kuukle, Jr Host. The Young Men s Class of the First United- Pi esbyterian Church v. ill meet at 9 o clock tonight at the home o£ Charles Kunkie Jr 3H4 South Pitliburg stteet Charles E Si^iey i* teacher of the clast Will Meet FnJaj The Gleaners Class of the Church of Biethien will meet Friday evening at the home o£ Mrs George Bakei, McCoimick avenue South Connellsville The time la 730 COVtRED-DISH SUPPER IS PLANNED BY R. W B CLUB The R. W B Club o£ the Daughters of A nenca. v, as delightfully entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Came Graft in Vine street Twenty members were present Plans were completed for a covered-dish supper to be held Thuisday evening March 30, at Odd Fellows Temple Games were played after the busi- . ness meeting prizes be ng vv on by | Mis Sara Crislip, Mrs Alice Ellis and Mrs S M May A delicious lunch was served bv MiBi Graft, Mrs Ru*h Geary and Mrs Came Shellev Appointments were in keeping with St, Patiick s Day__ Favors were small Sieen-baskets filled with mints ROY WEIMAR OF CLINTON OT.T.T mrn-r^w ctrim-o-ir ,o FETED WITH FIRST PARTY TM J^TM ,,,, . r/Sr.J? Roy Weimei well-known resident at Clinton \va=, feted with his first BRIDE OF CHARLES IVIARTIV =i uumon wa, idea wan ms ursc At 2 o clock Sunday af ernoon Miss patty Sunday it his home The oc- Ff arl J 3 " 1 ^ S , hlpley - ^ au * te , r ° r ision maiked h,, birthday A high- Mrs Nora Shipley of Mount Indc- Ught of the dv *·« ·« dinner served ^S^^^^J^ _*"« ,. o£ at one lurgo table which was centered with an attractive three-tier birthday caks baked by Mr Weimers sister Mrs Leah Geary, and cut by the honor guest The afternoon was pleasantly spent at vauous amusements Music was futmshed by Mr Laymon, Mr EUchtei and Edgar Nicholson Pres- =nt were Nancy VVeimer, Mr and \Vermer, Roy Mrs Norman Weimer and daughter, Genevieve, Mr and Mrs Lee Weimer and children Faye Delia, Mary Elizabeth and Betty Jean, Mr and Mrs Addi- ion Geary, daughter, Mary Jane, and son, Donrue All and Mrs Bussell Geary and childien Wayne, Nancy Lee and Ailene, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Ralph Geary and children, Kjtty and Kenny, Mr and Mrs Hay Geary and. daughter, Marlene Mrs Henry TUlton and daughter, Mildred, Dolly rulton, Mr and Mis Harry Laymon and childien, James, Jr , Bail Clyde and Glenn, Mr and Mrs Clarence 'Eiehter and children Le- ioy, Eichaid, JOJM Ralph and Delores Mr and Mrs Albert Robbins and daughter, Barbara Ann, Mrs Maria Morris Domer, Harold Weimei Mis Cora Laymon, Rev G W Byrnes Edgar Nicholson, Eayid Rowan, Agnes Pnnkey Violet, Verda ana Grace Nicholson, Lloyd Clark, Ruben Greenwalt, Simon Laymon, Mrs Pearl Laws and daughters, Marie and Mae LOCAL MAN'S PARENTS MARRIED riFTY YEARS Squire and Mrs W A Giuver, well-known couple of Smithfield, were "at home" Monday to their Mends when they celebrated their golden wedding annlveisary yvir Gruver served as a rural rriail -ar-ier for seventeen years and has oeen justice of the peace at Smithfield for twenty-seven years His bnde of fifty years ago is the former Miss Alice Oils ^Ir and Mrs Gruver have resided in then present home for nearly -fifty years They are the parents of iwo -Ulldien Clarence W Graver of rorinellsv ills and Harold, at home who joined in a family celebration of-the anniversary Sunday Meeting Announced Shilo Lodge, Ladies' Auxiliary to 'he Brotherhood of Railroad Train- -nen, will meet Thursday evening at ihe Y M C *. Lcc Etta Lodge to Meet lee Etta Lodge, Ladies Auxiliary to- the Brotheihood of Railraod Tiainmen will meet tonight at the Y M C A Charles \Va-ren Ma-tin son o£ Mr and Mrs Ja nes Mar*m of Mount Braddock Rev Walter Martin brother of the bndegroom, performed the ceremony at his home at Dunbar Miss Nellie Shipley was her sister s maid of honor and James Rogers of Dunbar was Mr Martin's best man Mr Martin and bride will Beside at Mount Braddock v, here the former is employed by the Eureka Fire Brick Company G O P Meeting roitponeel The Tri-Town Young Republican Club will bold a meetinf at 8 o c ock ^uesda right, Match 7, the session · i i g been postponed fiom tomor- ferred to the company s Butler store \ A L C AUXILIARY TO MEET AT SNAIB. HOME The quarterly meeting of the Lndies Auxiliary to the National As- "ociation of LeHer Garners will be held at 8 o clock Thuisday night a' the home ot Mrs Effle Snair 510 Race streei First Son in Family. A son vvas born to Mi and Mis AKin H-inn of North Fouilh street, West Side, at 6 o clock Saturday morning at their home The baby named Jack Arnold, weighed eight pounds The mother formerly 1 uas Miss Genevieve Lohi This is the second child m (lie familj the other being a girl UTMA A Little Price for Mew Spring Dresses avy, black $2.98 Light, solid shades, navy, black and punts Smart Lot anv time O R C AUXILIARY .SHVES _ SUCCESSFUL BINGO PARTY Coke Region Division,., Ladies* Auxiliary to the OLderrol~Eamvay Conductors, gave a sUccessfulTbingo party Tuesday night at the Y "M C A .Eiizes were w-on~by tne following Hign, Miss Helen Berkey, second, Miss Peggy Mitchell, third, Mrs Joseph Moxon low, Mrs TUosc LTKgenneld, door, Miss Teggy Mitchell special, Miss Margaret Tissue and Mrs Helen Conner At the lose of the games a delicious lunch was served SCOTTDALE WOMAN HONORED WITH SPAGHETTI SUPPER Mrs Wendell Keifcr gave a spaghetti supner Monday in honor of the birthday of hei sister, Mrs Margaret MiUe- of Scottdale Cards and Chinese checkers were diversions of the evening The honor guest received many beautiful gifts Among the other guests were Mrs William Clarkson Mrs Mary Shultz, Mrs Pauline Cruse, Miss Thelma Clarkson and Miss Mildred Lilliock Greenwood Aid io Meet The Ladies' Aid Society o£ the Gieenwood Methodist Episcopal Church will meet 1 Thursday evening at the home of-Mif~Rsy Ellenberger, Morrcll avenue The time is 7 30 Will Meet at Y M C A A meeting o£ Lee Etta Lodge Ladies Auxiliary to the Brother of Railroad Trainmen, will be held at 1 30 o clock tonight at the Y M C A Will Meet Thursday Trinity Episcopal Chuich Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting at 2 30 o'clock Thuisdsy afteanoon at the vestryrooms SPOTTO'S feature Pennsylvania Products for Pennsylvania PROSPERITY! Continued by Popular Bequest SPOTTO'S PRJCE SLASHING OF QUALITY PAPER A host of ncvi spiJng pattern^ have been added. Be-paper jour home in style and saie }£! Buj One Boll at Our low SALE PRICE Get Another Holl for Only lc LET PlfcNSYI,VA T IAOr\DE WALL TAPEBS BBING SPRINGTIME TO TOUR HOME! Reg. 5c jjjji Rccr. loc H Ret;. 2.'c · Bog. 54c 2 Rolls 6c 12 Rolls 16cB2 Rolls 26c ffl 2 Rolls 55c I Clip 'ihis Coupon I I $2.50 ROOM LOTS in Pcniiu. C O TOLL TL 10 IVnll, 20 Bolder, C Ceillne. Good Onlj "With 'Ibis Coupon. !H. 55 lloor ENAMEL V 2 Gal., $1.27 ROOF PAINT 5 Gal. $1.97 $2.49 VARNISH Gallon, $1.69 FREE BROOMS-- With every order of ?2 50 or more (98c Room Lots Exceptcd ) SHERWIN-WILLFAMS PAINTS I Coupon. j 813 West Crawford Avenue. Plione 703 Lb 15 DANCE TONIGHT 'THE MAYFLOWER n Pa Boute 119, Everson --to-- 1 DUCK" HALEY'S SWTS'G BAND Featuring Nolar Miller and His Trumpci (Formcrh v i t h Husk O Hare) PURE LARD MILK A " Adv ' rt '" d Brandi £ PELS NAPTHA 10 Bc "Ml TETLEy TEA BAGS 100 ' B " 62 BUTTER KERNEL CORN Con 10 CUT BEETS 4 8 '9 c "" 25 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5 Lb ' 21 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 2 «°« 27 DOLE PINEAPPLE JUICE 3 Cal " 23 BEECHNUT COFFEE lb 28 SALAD SHRIMP Pi «" Ca " 10 CATSUP Real Spicy 4 Lor9! 29 SPAGHETTI DINNER Vim " pk9 10 WVANDOTTE CI fiS" 4 c "" 15 RINSO 2 Lar " "» 35 8ABY LIMA BEANS 6 "" 25 SANKA COFFEE 2 "" 69 Polha Dot Crepe Dresses, special Of Ticnch ciepe Stales in 12 to lb ! Spring Suits Special on Suburban Daj $5.00 Shetland tweed 2-pieoe suits Notch collar and cardigan neck styles 12 to 20 sizes in light shades Former!} $10.95 Winter Coats $3.88 Formerly to $25.00 Winter Coats $8.95 Repeat Sab of a Great Value! "Ma-Ro" Guaranteed Socks 6 prs. $1.00 The "Ma-Ro" Hosiery Sales Company guarantees you 6 Mo. WEAR or 6 New PAIRS! If before the expiration of six months from the date of purchase, the six lairs aie worn out, they »ill be replaced fiee of charge! Of lisle in navy, brown, black, white Spring F a b r i c s at S a v i n g s ! Print Crepe . 50c Thurs., yd. _ . 39 in rayon crepe with prints on light and dark grounds Print Batiste Special -I C yd. - . IOC Dainty new spring patterns Print Dimity Special, 1A yd.TM . _ . iyC Fresh Spring floral prints Reg. $1.95 Inlaid Linoleum, sq. yd. $1.48 Embossed or straight line Standard gauge Broken tile patterns $1.98 Chenille Bath Rugs, now $1.59 $2.69 Chenille Bath Rugs, now $1.88 A New Wonder! Celluprintz Drapes 59c pr. New, smart, economical . . dust and dirt wipes off with a damp cloth.' For- bedroom, Kitchen or bath Attractive patteins Keg. $S.39 and $3.98 Damask Drapes 50 inches wide each side, 2*\ yds long Rich colois Lined 01 (I| OO imlined, pr _ . . «J1.OO 'Wear-Ever" Specials in Our Housewares Sale RCGUIAR O t h e r ai SAIAD AND DESSERT MOLDS £ New, btauifU shape Dividing 7-Se lra=5 morfc jq^l xca servings Stain o°= r e s . s u n t Flat bottoiTS DRIP COFFEE MAKERS Make delicious true flavor coffee Markings show proper measure of coffee and water Unusually attractive $950 £, . * $O75 · cup » cur Save Thurs. on MODESS! 72c Boxes of 50's Pnced to save you money boxed for convenience' Modess is softer -- more comfortable -highly absoibent -- form fitting Just phone S90 Tu Way Stretch Supporter and Pars He Girdles 2 for $1.00 Heg 59c each 1 Small, medium and laige sizes Cotton Crepe Gowns Suburban Baj at 2 for $1.00 Eeg 59c each' New spring sty es m tearose, blue, pink. 16 to 20 sizes "Millay" Rayon Panties and Vests 2 for $1.00 Reg 59c each 1 Also novelty stripe $1.98 Angora £t A A Sweaters- - - #1.UU Closeout gioup, assorted colors SAVE! $3.98 Silk Umbrellas -Save ?141 oil these attractive 'brellas 1 Group to 81.19 Cotton Fiocksi ,, Prints and stripes Get several Percale and Slieer Aprons Pinafore style sheers include organdy and dimity 49c RAJOH Crepe, yd. _ . For lingerie lining, dresses $2.57 88c several 39c include 37c $1-00 Gay ch-ntz, srap style 40c laundry and Shoe Bags, ea. ___ Gay floral chintz prints Embroidered Pillow Cases . Neat designs, boxed lor giving 67c "Hountain 3Iist O Quilt Cotton . £ior In one full 81x90 inch sheet . 88c $1.19 Mattress CoTers Full ard twin sizes Tape bound. Phone 890 $1.19 3Ietal tf»1 A A Picture Frames «P * · "U 8x10 and 7x9 inch sizes Silver or gold 59c Knitting Yarn, hank Save Thursday on this favorite Arcadia yarn Box Writlnp Paper, special _ 24 sheets and 24 envelopes in assorted style boxes 48c favorite 25c Tots' and Cotton Crepe P. J.'s Special llimsday at 2 for $1.00 Also n broadcloth 1-pr style in 2 to 6 vrs, 2-pc styles in 8 to 16 yrs Girls' $1.00 Skirts , Navy; wine b-ov.n green far- tie! 8 to 16 sizes 89c

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