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March 9, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1033 THE DAILY COURIER. CONNE1,L,SVTL,LB. PA. FAtrJB S.EJV.BN. Dunbar Plans Party for 20th Legion Birthday DUNBAH, Mar. 9.--Plans for a party in honor o£ the members oi the American Legion who will celebrate the 20th anniversaiy oi the organization were made at a meeting of the auxiliary Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Robert Rankin. The party will be held Wednesday evening, March IS, at the Legion rooms. All ncmbers oi the American Legion arc invited to attend. Routine business was conducted by the president, Mrs. Earl Hardy, a£ter which a social hour was enjoyed under the direction of Miss Beatrice Baker. The hostess served a delicious lunch, assisted by Mrs. Albert Hughes. There were about 16 members and two guests, Mrs. John Miller and Mrs. H. L. Brown present. Fancyworh Club to Meet. The Fancywork Club of Pechin will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. John Gouker. A good attendance is desired. Mrs. Marietta Buried. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Sara Marietta of Youngsiown, Ohio, at Burhans funeral home in charge o£ Rev. William Hamilton of the Methi dist Protestant Church and Rev. Marion A. Bourdeau of Youngstown, Ohio. Mrs. Marietta was a former resident and had many friends here, Those from out-of-town attending were Bertha Marietta, Mrs. Elizabeth Price and son, Walter, Thomas Lowry, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lowry and Mrs, Estt-tr Marietta, all of Youngstown, Edwin Morgan of Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Marietta and children of Bobtown. Other Items of Interest. Albert Bell of Blacksville, W. Va., was a business caller Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur McCusker and Mrs. John Reilly visited Mrs. Eleanor McGarrity, a patient at Connellsville State Hospital, Tuesday. Mrs. John Lowery was in Uniontown Tuesday. Anthony Capitos was a Connellsville caller Tuesday evening. Mrs. Isa Burns and Mrs. Walter Smith of Leiscnring were calling on friends Monday evening. Samuel Hawk of Markleysburg spent Wednesday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawk. Seneca Beal was in Uniontown Wednesday. Mrs. Margaret Smyth of Connellsville visited iriends Monday evening. Tony Marcheletta was a business caller in Uniontown Tuesday. Deported by Mexico ! Mill Run Dynamite Needed To Remove Stumps In Austin Avenue City street department is removing fltumps of old trees in the vicinity of Austin avenue, South Side, to make at possible for motorists to use that thoroughfare instead of being required to make a round-about tour. Attempt to remove stumps with the citys' steam roller failed when a large chain broke and it was necessary to USE dynamite to uproot them. More Comfort "Wearing FALSE TEETH Here is a pleasant way to overcome loose plate discomfort. FASTEETH, an improved powder, sprinkled on upper and lower plates holds them firmer so that they feel more comfortable. No gummy, gooey, pp-ty taste or feeling. It's alkaline {non-acid). Does not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH today at any drug store. --Advertisement. Baron Hans Hcinriecb von Holleufer (above), of Germany, was ordered deported from Mexico by President Lazaro Cardenas after fro baron was charged with Nazi espionage and propaganda activities. Ordered oat of tha country with him was Paul Grabinsky, also charged with spying. (Control Press) Steel Kails Ordered. Western Maryland Railway Company placed orders for 1,000 tons of rails with the Carnegie-IlUnois Steel Corporation and 1,000 tons with Bethlehem Steel Corporation, is Your Nose a Target? la your noan irritated--IB it stopped up and clogKed with mucua--does your throat Rft choked with phlegm--ore you loams your »cnao of tute and smell duo to n. cold? Get happy relief with Mentholatum today. What a joy to wake up in the morning with n clearer head! When applied m the nostrils--Montbolatum Ipics off vapors for hours. Its aoothiap, oaohaR action helps break up choking mucus, telievo jmuiioa and op«a up breathing pun-tecs. Meatholstum aiays put and bnnta happy relief ·with evwy breath. Used by millions for over 40 years. Ask your drugciet for Mectbolatum today, la jtrn or tubes. 30)f. See our special selection of St. Patrick's Day flowers to wear" or for party favors. Green 1Q C Carnations, ea. Potted - f t Shamrocks, ea. lUC OgleveeSons IXOJRISTS 113 South PHtshurg Street Phone 421. GENERAL ELECTRIC HAS BUILT A BETTER FRIGERATOR W I T H S E L E C T I V E A I R C O N D I T I O N S £verythiag you wane in a refrigerator-best mechoa for convenient, economical and practical food protection kaowa to modern science--and the enduring economy universally ideati' fied-with the G-B Triple-Thrift Refrigerator. Get the inside scary! R E S E A R C H KEEPS GENERAL ELECTRIC YEARS AHEAD Sealed-in-Sieel THRIFT UNIT with Oit Cooling "TAe daddy of them all!" Ufnde by Pennsylvania Workers at Erie, Pa. CONNELLSVILLE 107 So. Titlsburg St. Phone 1242. UNIONTOWN 39 No. Gallatin Xvc. Phone 45. Swan's Invite 1'ou to lleur Eosy Rosncll Over KDKA Every Monday and Thursday at 12:15 P. M. MILL RUN, Mai. 9 --Tnc Young Men's Bible C'.ass o£ the United Brethren Chinch, taught by S. C. Marietta, held its regular meeting Tuesday everung at the church. After the program an oyster supper was seived .n the church diningroom to members of the class and several guests. Sportsmen Meet, The local chapter o£ the Fayette County Fish and Game Protective Association held its regular meeting at the home of Joseph May Monday evening. During the business session seven new members were admitted which makes an enrollment o£ 31. Lunch was served by the refreshment committee. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burkholder were shoppers in Uniontown Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Hawk of j Aliquippa visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hawk, Sunday. M:ss Lottie Ma.ie Arzbac'ier of Columbiana, Ohio, visited her mother, Mrs. Freda Arzbacher, for several days last week. Mrs. Joseph Gibson has returned I home after spending several weeks visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mazza oi Belle Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Om.ir Arzbacher and daughter, Judith, of Connellsville visited Mr. Arzbacher's mother, Mrs. Freda Arzbacher. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McDowell o£ Uniontown visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marietta Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Livingston of Uniontown spent the week-end with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marietta. Mrs. James Miller is visiting her ·son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Firestone, of Normal- viUe. Thief Cleans Up. PHILADELPHIA, Mar 9. --Lawrence A. Schweringer vowed the "robbery wave" he'd heard about wasn't going to engulf him. He got ready with a pistol and plenty of arrununition. While Schweringer slept, thieves looted the home of jewelry--and the pistol. DO 1 YOU LACK PEP? Montgomery. Pa---Mr. H. C- Baysort, R- F. D. 1, says: "'Last winter I had no pep or energy and had to force myself to tat. , I ined Dr. Pierce's GoH- , en Medical Discovery and 9 it made me feel like new- man. It gave me a fine appetite and I regained mj- strentfth." Boy it in liquid or cablets (ram joar today and sec bow much stronger you fed. New size, tablets 50 cents. Shop Mere nhvnys--3011 get n a t i o n a l l y Icnown foodstuffb a( prices that sine you money; you get free delivery, uml tlie convenience oi* phone service and credit. And, If you prefer to sliop in person, you can nl- find plenty of parking space near our store. PHONE 620 Pillsljiiry's Best FLOUR Ib. Sack Gold Bond Sliced, Vienna or Hye BREAD 3 JJnrire I/onvcs Clcarbrook or BrooMelrt BUTTER K a m i l j Size I'nek age of POTATO CHIPS (Fresh) 15c Clothes Pins, 1 C 2, IOc boxes . . iOC Jersey Corn Flakes, 5 boxes Webster's Spinach -2 large cans ._ Medical Toilet Tissues, 1,000 sheets, 5 rolls Plogsett's Pastry Flour, i n 5 Ib. sack l»/t Kraft's Dinner box Pride Washing Powder, large 1 Q box l«Jv- Noodles, Fine, Medium or Broad, 2 pkgs 83c Strictly Fresh Guaranteed Country EGGS 2 d«. 45c " 15c MARSHMELLOWS Cnmpfire. Nice and fresh OLEOMARGARINE Good Iiiick or "noon ASPARAGUS TIPS Hitter's, 'fry them. Rood and Ib. pkg. 19C 2 IBs. 39c tall can 15c each 39c and 49c Taste the Deep Rich Flavor BOSCUL m COFFEE (One Hour Fresh) SATURDAY, MAR. 11 Our Pipping: Hot Sample Will Convince You! SPECIAL: 2 Ibs. for 59c West Side Special Blend COFFEE 3 1J). Bag 42c Made by Sunshine Bakers! KRISPY CRACKERS 15c Butterscotcli Layer BRAUN'S CAKE Delicious ea. 35c KRAFT'S CHEESE American, 2 Ibs 40c Brick or Pimento, 2 Ilis. ,, Sic MARGARINE,2Ibs. . 25c Tung 7nt MILK, 4 cans 22c Van Camp's WALNUTS, Ib 23c English, fancy. CRACKERS, 2 Ib. box 25c Excel!, Sodn TAPIOCA, 3 pkgs 25c Fren cli's CAKE FLOUR, box . 25c Soft ns Silk MACARONI, 5 Ibs 25c Elbo COFFEE, 2 Ibs 35c Circle "W MILK, 4 cans 25c Carnation ^VEGETABLES B A N A N A S Goldcu Bipe Black Twig, 2% incli Apples, Fancy, (f»1 bushel «P1. ORANGES Sunkist,, Large large, 150 Size Doz. 35c Florida Oranges, 1Q-, med. size, doz. ; lt?C California Sunkist Oranges, doz.._ Maine Potatoes 15 II). Rags 33c TANGERINES Dozen, 15c Black Twig Apples, O£* fancy, 6 Ibs iit/C Delicious Apple?, "yrj fancy, 4 Ibs £t5C Celery Hearts, -t p bunch .each ..... 13C CABBAGE Special Ib. Grape Fruit, 80 size, seedless, 6 for . Endive, per head Strawberries, 1 pt. box Spinach, fresh, 3 Ibs C ,, IOc _ 15c - 25c Sweet Potatoes, Jersey, 5 Ibs Savoy Cabbage, Ib Carrots with tops, 4 bunches California Celery, 3 bunches Head Lettuce, 3 large heads ..! .. Cauliflower, large heads, each ,, Fresh Tomatoes, 2 Ibs. _ Onion Sets, yellow, 4 bws. Green Peppers, I large, fancy, dozen __. Idaho Baking Potatoes, 10 Ibs. ,, Broccoli, Brussel Radishes, Grgen and Green Onions, 25c 5c 25c 25c 25c' 2Ic 25c .25c r e s h , 35c Sprouts, Beans, SWIFTS YEARLING SELECTED BEEF 28c Rump Roast, Ib. ..,,.. _. Tenderloin and OO Sirloin Roasts, Ib. r£OC Rib Roast, Boneless Ib Chuck Roast, o-i whole cuts, Ib L1C 5 28c Beef S h o u l d e r whole cuts, ] b Beef Tongues, fresh, Ib. Roast, 21c _ 15c HAMBURG 3 Ibs. 50c Beef Shank or Neck, Ib Plate Boil, 2 ]bs. Beef Brains, Veal, Pork and Beef, ground, 3 Ibs. 20c 25r IOc 50c BUSY BEE BRAN3) SLICED . . . . BACON 1 Ib. pkg. 25c Pure Pork SAUSAGE loose Ib. 19c Fresh Hams, whole or Half, Ib '...... 13c i f* Ibc Pork Shoulders, calla style, !b. . ,. Whole Pork Shoulders, Ib Fresh Spare Ribs. 1 C Ib. ISC Pork Loins, rib end, Ib , Srrlft.'s Prhnium or Irish Cured 3 Ib. or 4 Ib. Pieces ib. 27c Cube, Swiss, Round Nice and Tender STEAKS Ib. 29c Neck Bones, ' *){" 4 Ibs £t)C Canadian Bacon, Of* sliced, Ib. '.. ODC BLACK ITAWK, or HONEY I)KAMI JL'KNTIEIUZED Small Average ib. Veal Rump for roasting, Ib. Veal Shoulder Chops, Ib 22c 22c Veal Chops, rib or loin, Ib Morrcll's D-/ Cut Bendy to Serve HAMS Wliolc or String Half Ib. 32c V E A L SUOOLBER ROAST 4 Ib. or 5 Ib. Pieces, Ib. I7c Veal Breast for stuffing, 2 Ibs Veal Steak, OC Lamb Shoulder 4 or 5 Ib. in piece, Ib. Genuine Spring Leg of Lamb, Ib Lamb Rib Chops, )b _.. Lamb SliouJder Chops, Ib Pork Liver, 2'Ibs. for _. Roast, 20c 23c 30c 22c 25c Boned and · Kollcd Voal uml Pork Jumbo Minced Ham, 2 Ibs. Scrapple, 2 Ibs Club Wieners, 2 Ibs ,,_._ Ring and Polish Bologna, 2 Ibs 35c 25c 35c 35c Pure Rendered LARD 2 Ibs. 19c Home Hade LIVER PUDDING 1 Ifa. 15c Ham Hocks, 2 Ibs. __ Pig Feet, £reEh, 5 Ibs. Skirdoss Wlenara, Ib. Souoe, Ib. , 25c 25c 19c Roasting Chickens Ib. 30c Rath's Tenderized Callas, Ib. 2Qc Fresh Fillets, Halibuts, Oysters Red Salmon 1002 West Crawford Avenue PHONE 62O Connellsville, Pa.

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