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February 18, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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Second Part Pages 11 to 20 VOL. 36, NO. 90. . CONNELLSVELLB. PA.. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18, 1038. TWENTY PAGES. VOLUNTEERS CROWDED OUT, COUNCIL TOLD J. A. Cypher Says $8,000 Would Be Needed for Project. SECURE LABOR THROUGH WPA A Works Progress Administration project to Duild an addition to the fire station on the West Side was suggested to City Council Monday night by Jesse A. Cypher, spokesman for the New Haven Hose Company. He recited the need for enlarged quarters lor the firemen and the band, pointing out that the Volunteers are compelled to rent space for storage of camping and other, equipment they own. His views were corroborated by J. L. Leichliter, who said that present facilities are too limited. "We have the poorest equipped fire station in the State," Mr. Cypher said. He declared that it would require approximately $8,000 for materials under a WPA project. Mayor Ira D. Younkin said that he saw the need for a fire station on the East Side ol the Youghioghenv River but declared that Connellsville's first and major need Is a new bridge, after which there should be constructed a tire station on the East ride of the river. "We won't know just where to build a new fire station until the new bridge comes through," Mayor Younkin said. The volunteers' spokesmen said that even though a new station would be constructed on the East Side the one on the West Side would still be required. In this Mayor Younkin agreed but expressed the hope that the new station would be able to take care of the limited facilities. H. S. Debaters Appear Before Rofary; Public May Hear Them Monday Members of the Connellsville High School debating team gave the Rotary Club Thursday an indication of how they will present the pros and cons of the question of substituting the unicameral for the bicameral legislative system in the states when they are matched against other high schools In the Forensic League competition. The public may hear the boys and girls next Monday afternoon at 3:10 o'clock when they debate against Donora at the High School here in a pro-season meeting. The debate will be staged in Rooms S and 6 on the first floor. Any who wish to hear them will be welcomed, said Harold Swank, director of the teams. Affirmative speakers are Sarah Bailey and Thomas Floto, negative, George Marakas and John Munson All showed wonderful grasp of the question for debate and all spoke with case and perfect confidence. The appearance of the students was arranged by Principal E. Stanley Phillips of the High School. Attention of Rotarians was called by President R. K. Smith to the district conference in Pittsburgh April 20 and 21. He named Thomas D Gardner, representing the club, and Mrs. Ira D. Younkin, the Hotaryanns to charge of an "on to Pittsburgh movement," Announcement was made that the annual nomination of directors wil take place at the meeting of March 10 and the election the following week. Mr. Smith paid a compliment to Editor Harry E. Kooser ot Fore and Aft, the club weekly, for the fine way in which he ii doing the work. Washington's Crossing Park Tourist Goal HARRISBUKG, Feb. 18 Did George Washington really stand up in his boat when he crossed the Delaware ,on Christmas night of 1776? ' Most school children, familiar with West's stirring fainting, believe he did. But historians say that the great American commander more likely sat down in the boat like a good sailor. But whatever the details of the successful expedition against the Hessians of Trenton, there is no doubt as to where it todk~place. That location is now Washington Crossing Park, Bucks county, an historic shrine maintained by the State of Pennsylvania for the public. Washington Crossing Park, the itate Publicity Commission points out, is on the west shore of the Delaware River along State route 32, about midway between Yardlcy and New Hope, and within easy driving distance of Philadelphia and other eastern cities. Entering the park from Philadelphia, the visitor passes first the actual point of embarkation, just north of the old inn and opposite the southern point of Taylor's island in the river. Bet-ween this island and the mainland, the famous Durham boats used in the crossing were secreted before the American Army set out. A brownstone monument erected by the Bucks County Historical Society marks the spot. Just back from the river nearby stands the tall granite monument erected by the Patriotic Order Sons of America in 1916. Close by also stand « memorial flagstaff and a gateway of native stone giving entrance to the broad Valley of Conception where the troops were assembled for the action. Picnic grounds and a large camping site with an artesian well have been provided here for motorist*. Four miles north lies the Bowman's Hill section of the pack, where sentries were stationed by Washington wliile the army was at the crossing. Hcr! is a memorial tower more than 100 feet high, erected by the Washington Park Commission in 1830 to honor the soldiers stationed nearby more than 150 years ago. Climbing the 123 steps of this monument, the energetic visitor is rewarded by a broad view of the Delaware River valley north and couth. Nearby is the famed Thompson- Nceles House, built in 1701, and not far away is a cemetery where 20 unknown Continental soldiers lie buried. A stone monument marks the burial ground, while a memorial flagstaff stands nearby. A plan was recently announced to link Washington Crossing and Valley Forge by a 50-mile line of flowering dogwood trees along connecting roads. Wife Preservers For a picnic or informal tutlct supper, why don't you use workmen's flve-cent bandanna handkerchiefs for napkins? They con be nscd as souvenirs for tho guests, too. Conne!lsvi!le Fruit Mkl 136 North Pittsburg Street WeDclher! Phono 106 For Better Fruits and Vegetables WEEK-END SPECIALS VEGETABLES Round Stringless Green Beans Florida Peas (full pod) New Potatoes Broccoli Colory Hearts, lOc bunches Extra Fancy Solid Tomatoes ,, 2 Ibs. lOc .2 Ibs. 19c .....7 Ibs. 25c 2 bundles 25c 2 for 18c 2 Ibs. 20c FRUITS Large Texas Seedless Grapefruit _ each 5c Californid Oranges »doz. 15c Tangerines -. -. 2 dozen 25c Large Temple Oranges (juclest Orange In the market dozen 19c Golden Ripe Bananas -- -- --......5 Ibs. 25c Also:--Strawberries, Pineapples, Avocados, Fancy Peas Apples, Lima Beans, Vax Beans, Artichokes, Cauliflower, Parsley, Radishes. Green Peppers. Cucumbers and many others. SEE OUR D7SPI/AY BEFORE VOD BUY! WoDolhor. ,, Phono 100. Southpaw Snowballers Photo from Penoa. Publicity Comir Wouldn't you like to be their tared? Two fair winter sports fans take tuna ont from skiing at Deer Valley near Mcycrsdale to ton » few snowball*. Their pleased smiles would Indicate they scored a hit. Confluence CONFLUENCE, Feb. 18.--Evangelistic meetings arc scheduled to open in Jersey Baptist Church February 21 and continue until March 0. Rev. N. E. Schindlcr, pastor of the Baptist Church here, will be the evangelist. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Osier of Unina were among recent visitors. Donna Ray Hyatt, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hyatt, is able to be out again after an illness. Mrs. Julia Bullard of Fricndsviller, Md., has returned to her home after a several days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Turney. Evangelistic services arc still in progress in the TJrsina Methodist Episcopal Church in charge of the pastor. Rev. J. O. Martin. Tea Tonight al Tcnnsvillc. The C. J. C. Class of the Pennsville Evangelical Church will give a tea this evening at the home of Mrs. Mae Harris at Pennsville. A silver oflcr- ing will be taken. CAN'T HAVE PARK AND DUMP TOO: COOPERATION OF CITIZENS REQUESTED Portions of the East Park project where WPA and NYA employes have cleaned up tin can and ash dumps to beautify the view are being used by some people as places to empty their refuse, Council was informed Monday night by Douglas K. Mcllvaine, chairman of the City Recreation Commission. 'Just is soon as we cleaned up some of the unsightly and unsanitary places people began unloading their tin cans and ashes on the site," he said. Prosecution will be entered against violators by City Health Officer Charles H. Balsley, who was instructed to conduct an investigation. SUGAR, 25 POUNDS $1.29 PILLSBURY F L 0 U R 95c Despite Business Recession, 1937 Besi in State Since 1930 Franklin Sugar, 10 Ibs. _.50c BroTVH Sugar, 5 Ibs. Sic STvnnsdown Sugar, 3 for 27c Octagon, 10 giant bars 39c Swnnsdown Cake Flour .-25c Sno-Shcen Cnko Flour 25c BISQUICK, Large box 31c MILK, 10 Tall Cans 69c NAVY BEANS, 5 Ibs 23c Kidney l$enns, 5 Ibs. 30c Roman Beans, 5 pounds 39e HARRISBURG, Feb. 18.--Despite the business recession and consequent drop in employment 1337 was the best year for employment and earnings in Pennsylvania since 1930, it has been announced by Ralph M. Bashore, Secretary of Labor and Industry. Employment advanced nearly 22 per cent over 1933 and payroll? climbed 77 per cent, Bashore said Compared with 1936, cmploymeni re :c more than seven per cent "anc payrolls 18 per cent. "Practically every industry ha_ shown a steady improvement during the last four years," Bashore declared. "This trend is exhibited in reports to the Department from every tjpe of industry." S H I R T S at a Giveaway Price Formerly to $2.00 Values This low price alone gives you the best buy of the season! BUT, you not only save actual cash . . . you receive top-quality shirts, by Ritz and other makers, guaranteed in fabric, styling, long wear and selection. Smart patterns and whites. $245 ° Last call for thcbe unusual values. Styles and patterns suitable for spring and graduation wear. Models lor men and young fellows. O'Coats Choice of House 1/3 off Oppenheim's FASHIONS FOR MEN 117 North Pittsbnrpr Street. Phone 20S7. GO -PRICES AT THE PENN STORE Lower aiid lower go the prices at ilenty of money If you make up ow price store. the Penn Store. You can save your order and bring it to this Octagon Soap, 10 liars --39c P. and G. Soup, 10 bars ~...39c Fcls Xnptha Soap 10 bars -fie Salad Dressing, Quart 25c Ivory Soap, 10 bars 59c Lux, Lifebuoy, 4 for 25c Octagon Toilet, 10 for ,.49c- TOMATO SOUP, Can 3c Rlnso, 2 Large boxes 39c Oxydol, 2 large boxes ISc CLOROX, 2 bottles 25c Carnation Milk 10 for 73c VEGETABLE SOUP, Can 3c Rumford Baking Powder 23c Calumet Baking Powder 19c Health Club Bnk Powder lOc Saniflush, large can PRAJfO, large can ... SUPERSUDS, largo Silver Cow Milk 10 for 73c LARD, For! Pitt, 2 Ibs, 23c Tomato Soup, can 3c Vegetable Soup, can .- .I..3c Arm nwl Hammer Soda . 3c BON-AMI, 2 cans Old Butch Cleanser, 3 ens 25c Octagon Cleanser, can 5c Navy Beans, 5 Ibs. 23c BREAD,. 3 Big Loaves 25c Macaroni, 3 pounds" 23c Spaehetti, 3 poun3s ,,. .25c Noodles, 2--1-11). pkgs. . 27c Ammonia lOc--Bluing 10c LaFrance 3 lor 25c-^Lye 10 c Argo Starch, 3-lb. box __25c SWANSDOWN FLOUR 25c Franklin Sugar, 10 Ib. 59c Salmon, 2 iall cans 29c Sardines-in-Oil, 6 cn'ns _25c Tomato Paste, 4 cans -- 2fc CR1SCO, 3 Pound Can 49c Ex-Cell S. Crackers 2 Ibs 20c Graham Crackers, 2 Ibs. S5c Ritz Crackers, big box _.22c Hi-Lo Coffee, 3 pounds -.45c Penn Coffee. 3 pounds J.S5c BIKs Coffee,'] Ib. can 2!)c RIN.SO, 2 BOXES 39c Libby's Corned Beef 23c Libby's Potted Meat _.10g Libby's Dried Beef 15c BROWN SUGAR, 5 Ibs. 31c MACARONI, 3 Pounds 25c Heinz Beans, 2 medium _.25c Libby's Baked Beans ...4-2."c Campbell's Beans 3 for ._25c Tetloy's Tea lOc and 19c Tetley's Tea Bags, pkg. __23c Tctley's Tea Bags 50, en 49c Sno-Sheen Cake Flour 25c SPAGHETTI, 3 Pounds 25c Heinz Ketchup, 2 large ..3!)e Heinz Ketchup, 2 small 23c Helnz Sonp, 2 large 25c Buck-wheat Flour, 10 Ibs. 39c Corn Meal, 5 pounds 22c Pastry Flour, 5 pounds ..25c Ex-Cell Crackers 2 Ibs. 20c Barllett Pears, 2 Cans 25c Lima Beans, 5 pounds --49c Hice, Fancy, 4 pounds 25c SAT/r, 4 pound sack lOc Fancy Main Potatoes, pk. 25c Oranges, doz. 19c and 2Dc Grape Fruit, large, 5 for 25c Roman Beans, 5 Lbs. 39c J E L L O , 2 BOXES lie Eagle Brand Milk ._._.? 20c Hershoy Cocoa, 2 Ibs _..27c Hcrslipy Bak. Chocolate 7c Buff's Molasses, large _~.29c KARO, Half Gallon 39e Maple Pancake Syrnp --lOc Kidney Beans, 5 Lbs. 39c Heinz Ketchup 2 large 39c Catsup, 2 Big bottles 25c Peanut Butter, big jnr _ lOc Mustard, quart jar ]9c Jelly Beans, pound IGc Pillsbury Pancake Flonr JOp .TelI-0, all flavors, 2 for ...lie TOMATOES, 3 Cans 25c Rumford Baking P_ow. 23c Shredded Wheat, 2 for 23c Puffed "Wheat, 8 boxes ._..25c WHEATIES, 2 boxes ...23c Shearer's Hor.sera3ish 13c French's Mustard Iflo iK Mustard ,, lOc P E A S , 4 C A N S 25c Tomato Paste, 4 Cans 25c MOTHERS OATS, box ...;..9c Motliers Outs, big box 23c Mothers (Cup .Sauccr)27c Salad Dressing, quart ._;....2oc Salad Dressing 1 , pint --Tie Salad Dressing, }£ pint ...lOc C O R N , 3 C A N S 25c Matches, 6 Big Boxes 25c Jersey Corn Flakes 4 foe 20c .Kellogg Hakes (Howl) 3.2."ic Cream of "Wheat, largo . ..24c BAYER'S ASPIRIN, box llo EX-LAX, 2--lOc boxes _15c EPSOM SALTS, 1 Ib. box lOc CATSUP, 2 Big Bottles 25c P. and G. Soap, 10 for 39c Hciii/ Rico Flakes 12c Kcllogg's Rice Flakes .....12ij Post Bran Flakes 12c Chocolate Ovaltinc . TM 33c OVALTINE, $1.00 size ~50c Fletcher's Castoria 29c Baked Beans, 4 Cans 25c PRUNES, 4 POUNDS 25c Postiim Cereal, large 2!Jc Instant Postuni, Largo ...'13c Grape T u1s, laree box --17c ··VICK'S SALVE, jar 2'Jc VICK'S JTOSE DROPS -.3!)c Citrate magnesia, 2 for _.25c Heinz Soup, 2 large 25c RICE, FANCY, 4 IBS. 25c Peas. ·! ciin-) 2.H', lOc and 15c Libby's Delicious Peas ...17c Diced Carrots, can lOc BLU10 IMBBOX MALT ... 59e RAZOR BLADES, 10 for 30c Toilet Paper, G rolls '.'5C A and H Baking Soda 3c Hershey Cocoa, 2 Lbs. 25c Corn, can lOc--It cans --25c Golden Bantam Corn _.2-2.c Bukor's "Whole Corn 2 for 25o Prince Albert Tobacco -....lie Cigarettes, plus tax, 2 for 25c'. Tobacco, all brands, 3 for 25c K A R O , Half Gallon 39c Fort Pitt Bacon, Pound 23c Tomatoes, fancy, 3 cans 25c Green Beans, can lOc JOxed Vegetables, can ..... lOc Wax Paper Rolls, 4 for --25c Hatches, 6 large boxes --25c Safety Hatches, 2 doz 15c RAISINS, 3 Pounds 25e LUX SOAP, 4 FOR 25c HOMIA'Y, 2 big cans 19c KIDNEY BEANS, can lOc Spinach, Fancy, 2 cans ...23c BROOMS ..30c, '18c, 59c, C9c MOPS, Best 19c and 29c SCRUB BRUSHES _10c PILLSBURY PANCAKE lOc LIFEBUOY, 4 FOR 25c Peaches, 2 large cans 39c Red Pitted Cherries, gal 79c Bartlett Pears, 2 cans 2.c Clothes Pins, 40 for lOc Clothes Lines, 50 feet -_29c WASHBOARDS 49c, 59c, G9c LIMA BEANS, 5 Ibs. 49c IVORY SOAP, 10 for 59c Dill Pickles, quart 19c Sn eet Pickles 20c Ltbb's A p p l o b u t t v r , t|l. . l!lu Blue Ribbon Mall 59c Tubs, Galvanized, large ...98c . Boilers, Galvanized $1.59 Boilers, All Copper . ... $3.9S MAINE POTATOES, Pk. 25c

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