The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 1, 1939 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 1, 1939
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THR DAILY OOT7RTTCR. rONNFJXSVTIXE. PA. VVEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1933. CHASMS SEEKING Members ol laylon TO AID FARMERS DRIVE HARRISBURG, Mar. 1.--Cash income ot Pennsylvania farmers to.ta is nearly S(jO,000,000 less than it was Seoul Troop Named PERRYOPOLIS, Mat. 1 --Members ol the newly oigaiwed Boy Scout troop at Lay ton weie named after the meeting held _ in_ the Loytori Methodist Episcopal-Churchr.TM They include Paul Farrow, Dwame Rough, Clyde Knight, Walter Hudson, 10 yoais ago, according to lepo'-ts issued by the State Department ol Ag. culture. Commenting on these figures,~th" Cha'n Store Committee for Pennsylvania Prosperity, announced that one of the chief objectives of its "Pennsylvania Days" campaign was to 'raise the income of farmers.' "By promoting consumption ot Pennsylvania products," the commi*- tcc spokesman said, "we expect to increase the demand for them. This will not only boost the farmers' cash income but will stabilize agriculture throughout the' state " Latest statistics put Pennsylvania farm cash income for 1938 at $244,311,000. Ten years ago, although no exactly comparable figures are available because of changes in the methods of keeping records, the farm income was reckoned at more than £300,000,000. Althou. h regarded primarily as an Industrial state, Pennsylvania is an important agriculture producer, it was pointed out. The cash income of Pennsylvania terms for 1038 gave the state 10th place among agricultural states of the nation. The reputation ot the Pennsylvania Dutch lor thrifty and efficient farming is credited to a laige degree with maintaining the production of farm products in the Keystone State. Known from Revolutionary days as farmers who scientifically cared for their lands, the Pennsylvania Dutch farmers have a monument to themselves in the green fields of the State, unscarred by the eros.on that plagues less careful farmers. Also contributing to the production rate is the rich fertility of the soil. Lancaster county, for instance, is acknowledged by agricultural experts as tho "richest general farming country in the world." Today, 800,000 persons are employed on 200,000 PennsyH-ania farms, which are valued at one billion dollars. The State produces more buckwheat and eggs than any other state in the union. Two billion quarts of milk were sold by Pennsylvania farmers, last year, and they realized $103,000,000 on the sales. Livestock brings annual receipts ot $170 000,000 to Pennsylvania farmers. Cattle and calves average about $82,000,000. Other livestock values in the state include horses and colts, S43.000.000 swine and pigs, $8,400,000; mules, 88,500,000; and sheep and lambs, $2,500,000. Pennsylvania farmers realize about $54,000,000 each year from the sale of poultry and eggs. Corn is by far the most important ot the crops in the Keystone State. In 1936, the yield was almost 55,000,000 bushels, with an estimated value of $55,118,000. Large yields are also registered in wheat (22,000,000, bushels), potatoes, (22,000,000 bushels), hay (3,300,000 tons), apples (9,338,000 bushels), grapes (15,700 tons, tobacco (32,690,000 pounds), and buckwheat (2,200,000 bushels). Get.a Drumnv.Victor Miller, Ralph Gardner and Thomas McClelland. Only eight members are enrolled but others will be admitted at a late* date. Details for the regular meetings and other matters will be announced as soon as completed. Wilbur "Bud" Huoson is scoutmaster, "Bud" McClelland is first assistant and Joseph Henmng is second assistant scoutmaster. Raymond Wilson is chairman of the Uoop advisory committee. Other members are William Knight, William Tnomas, Joseph Henmng, Lauience Gardner, Charles Fisher, Lester McClelland and Denny Drum. The troop is sponsored fay the official board of the Layton Methodist Episcopal Church. Local Youths Selected For Commencement Roles Three Connellsville boys have been chosen as commencement representatives ot the senior class of the Mercersuuig Academy, according to an announcement by pr. Boyd Ed- wards, head mastei. G. Fred Rieman, Jr., will be a commencement day stage speaker and is a member of the ode committee. George Marakas uiil write the class poem and John I. Munson will give the class oration at the class day exercises. Regains Citizenship. NEW YORK, Mar. 1.--The American-born wife of Count Johcnn Heinrich von Betnstorf, German ambassador to the United States from 1908 to 1917, said she had regained her American citizenship but refused to discuss the reason. "That's fairly obvious, don't you think?" the former Jeanne Luckmeyer o£ New York said. WHAT CAUSES EPILEPSY? IS THERE A CURE? A booklet containing the opinions of famous doctors on thit interesting subject will bejscnt TREE, »hlle they lust, to ony reader -writing to the Educational Dlrlslon. SSI Fl/tn Avenue, New York, N. X., Dept M-505 Turn to Page 2 FOR SPOTTO'S "Made in Pennsylvania"' VALUES! Flo Leeds Sues. NEW YORK, Mar. 1.--Flo Leeds, the "other woman" in the James A. Stillman divorce case, has come to the end of another romance. She has filed suit for separation from her husband, John Rousseau Metcalf, ivhom she married in London in 1929. Charlie Is Incorporated. SACRAMENTO, Cal., Mar. 1.--The famous dummy, Charlie McCarthy, assumed the role of a big business man with the filing of articles of incorporation for the Edgar Bergen interests. Just a few... of the many items we carry that are made in Pennsylvania factories by Pennsylvania workers. OlVearever Aluminum Nationally famous. · Piirilun Brooms The best for household use. · Flocker 3r.opsj Quality mops. All sizes. · Kails, Staples · Ornamental Lmru Pence «Fit-Id Fencing »l'oiil»!j Wire All sizes. · Lawn Rollers It pajs f« buy at home. Check your liimlnare store for price*. Phone 135. QUALITY! SERVICE! A gigantic sale in which all Chain Store Organizations are participating. The purpose of this promotion is to demonstrate, in a conclusive manner, the prominent part Chain Stores occupy in helping the manufacturers and producers of Pennsylvania maintain Pennsylvania's top- ranking position in the industrial and commercial life of the nation. Every purchase made in a Chain Store during the next ten days will be a boost for the prosperity of our glorious State. MADE IN PITTSBURGH Tweed's MADE IN CARNEGIE POWDERED pVg 7c P. DUFF i SONS quart I a jar TWEEDS HONEY, Mb |«r He CAKE MIKES AUSTIN S PAINT CLEANER, can DEVIL FOOD SPICE CAKE can GINGER BREAD WHITE CAKE BRANDYWINE SLICED ALL FLAVORS--5c DEPOSIT ON EACH BOTTLE-IOTTLED IN BRADDOCK MADE IN PITTSBURGH Shamrosk Potato Chips MADE IN P ---------A-1 MADE IN PITTSBURGH - 2Qc Fr»t t .l Co.--PRETZELS. 8 01 pig l!c SCOTT PAPER CO. CHESTER, PA. BMCED BY COLONIAL IN PITTSBURGH PACKED IN 6REENSJUR6 COLONIAL TOASTS, pkg I7e Food 6 ± 25c MELLO MEAL, 1Mb big 31: ScotTissue Waldorf Tissue Paper Towels 4 6 3 25c 23c 25c Austin's Carpet Cleaner MADE IN PITTSBURSH Mushrooms PACKED IN WEST CHESTER Mayfair Noodles PACKED IN PITTSBURGH Crubro Grape Butter MCKED1N PITTSBURGH Cotton Mops K 2-lb jsr 15c 21 c CRUBRO HOT PEPPERS, quart |ar 2lc MADE IN PITTSBURGH PACKED IN PITTSBURGH 10-01 BELUVIEW each 25c I2-OI jsr PENNA. MEAT PRODUCTS PACKED BY OSWALD HESS PAGING CO, LINK, BULK OR COUNTRY STYLE OSWALD 1 HESS--"ROTORIZEO" DENH0LM PACKING CO, . b 21 c » 23c ,* 29c WHOLE or STRING HALF WHOLE or STRING HALF NORFOLK BRAND--READY TO SERVE COOKED CALIS NORFOLK JR. BRAND--READY TO SERVE ASSORTED SLICED--FINE QUALITY--CHOICE SELECTION PRODUCTS FROM PENNA. BRANCHES 21c CHOICE CUTS END CUTS FINE DUALITY STEER SEEP-EVERY CUT A TRUE VALUS I o 5-lb RIB ROAST t9e 25c 16c 17c SMALL TENDER LEAN LOINS FROM YOUNG CORN-FED PORKERS Fresh Fruits Vegetables POTATOES GROWN AND PACKED IN PENNSYLVANIA BLUE LABEL DANISH VARIETY " b '.t 29c 3 n» 5c 6ROWN IN PENNSYLVANIA ROASTED AND PACKED IN PENNSYLVANIA GROWN IN PENNSYLVANIA U. S. No. 1 STAYMAN 6 FROM PENNSYLVANIA ORCHARDS GRAPEFRUIT Wide Assortment of Sizes Varieties and Prices NAVEL ORANGES RIPE BANANAS . CALIFORNIA PURE SOLD 200.210 SIZE · 2 *. 35c '* 5c PACKED IN PITTSBURGH Rajah Salad Oil . . . . 'MI 10 Sunnyfield Barley Sunnyfield Cornmeal YELLOW , '?* 9c Ann Page Tapioca . . . ikg 9c Sunnyfield Rice Rajah Vinegar AP Ammonia AP Liquid Bluing WHITE or CIDER FULL STRENGTH Si 10c bqt 'i 10c Thrive Dog Food McCahans Sugar Quaker Sugar . Colonial Fig Bars Sweetheart Soap Pels Naplha Soap . . Sweetheart Soap Chips 3 «n, 25C 2S-lb 4 A c apor Jack I . I J IS-lb ^ pap«r tack | 10c Ic DEAL A 4n ilYES YOU 4cal»i IVC 6 b«, 25c . J. HEINZ PACKED IN PITTSBURGH Heinz Soups "SMS" 2'£25c HEINZ CONSOMME, CLAM CHOWDER AND CHICKEN GUMBO, 16-ot can I7c Heinz Ketchup . . . 3 ; · 50c MADE FROM VINE-RIPENED TOMATOES AND FRESH SPICES He!nz Baked Beans . . 12-oz can WITH PORK OR VEGETARIAN STYLE B · *f cans THIRTEEN VARIETIES ANOTHER GROUP OF PENNA. PRODUCTS MOTOR OIL TAX INCLUDED Tax [nctudtd Super-body A-Penn Motor Oil A-Penn Dry Cleaner . . A-Penn Window Cleaner Premium Crackers NBC. Hershey Chocolate »*.,, Hershey Cocoa Clark Chewing Gum VWUH.I Ludens Cough Drops . . Suchard Chocolate . . Spanish Salted Peanuts . Red Seal Buckwheat a t O · J- SPAGHETTI and er DOiardl MEAT BALLS Breakfast Cheer Coffee Carnation Milk Q-qf · can !79c a 1.09 ?.*,, 49c bn 10c S515C l-lt, 4 R . can 1 5C 3pi?,10c . pk? 5c 2 ib, 25c 'b 29c 4-!L25c BAKED IN PITTSBURGH FOUR VARIETIES each DELICIOUS--ECONOMICAL--TRY ONE--APPLE SAUCE, BANANA, DUCHESS, WINE LOAF AVERAGE WEIGHT SIXTEEN OUNCES L !··» each THREE-LAYER YELLOW BATTER--BUTTER CREAM ICING CONTAININS DICED FRUIT large loaves SOFT LUNCHEON--MILK--JUMBO--FAMILY--HOME MAID--AND OTHER VARIETIES dozen MADE FROM SWEET DOUGH--FULL OF RAISINS, SUSAR ICED AP FRESH COFFEES ROASTED IN PITTSBURGH RED CIRCLE COFFEE 16c COFFEl Ground Fresh Before Your Eyes at the Moment ot Purchase

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