The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 10, 1939 · Page 5
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March 10, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 193S. THE D A I L Y m U K I H J K rtIVNKI.iLiSVlLiL,lS. fa. PAGE/FIVE. HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B 6 U T MT. PLEASANT COMPULSORY AUTO INSURANCE URGED Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 10.-Union Good Friday services will be held this year in the Reunion Pres- byterUn Church from noon until 3 o'clock. The services this year will vary from those of the past years. It is held under the auspices of the Ministerial Association. Visiting Pastors to Preach. Three taJks by visiting ministers will be held during the remaining three weeks o£ Lent at Trinity Lutheran Chuich. Each will be on a Wednesday evening. March 15 Hev. E. Stewart Proper of Trauger will be the speaker; March 22 it \vill be Bev. Luther Fackler of Ruffsdale and on March 28, Rev. Proper will again preach. Sunday Evening Sermon. Rev. Harold C. Baer, pastor of the First Evangelical and Reformed Church, will preach at 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening on the subject, "The Bisuple Who Wiote a Life of Jesus." This service will be in autobiographical form. ,T. C. IfcL-rlcn Improves. John C. Habcrlen, superintendent of schools, was out for the first time in a week Thursday. He had been ill at his home in Church street since his return from the superintendents' convention at Cleveland, Ohio. Birthday Party. Mrs. Adam Forbes of Hecla held a birthday surprise at her home Wednesday evening in honor of her father, John Everette. There were games and music with refreshments being served. Mr. Everette received many nice gifts. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baird, Mrs. John Armel, Mrs. Roy Rumbaugh, Ruth Rumbaugh, Colton Rumbaugh, Mrs. Mary Porejt, Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fink, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and daughter, Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bechtel and children, Ann Harvan, Flo Baker, Blanche and Jean BecMell, Henry Bechtell, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bailey, Mrs. Minnie Sauerwein and daughter, Ciara, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Forbes, Mary Margaret Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. John Everette, Mrs. Adam Torbes and Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dolan, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Williams, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Burkhart and Mr. and Mrs. John Baker. In Frich Hospital. Miss Jean Crawford, who has been ill o£ pneumonia for the past several weeks at her home in Main street, was taken Thursday to Frick Memorial Hospital where she under- 'went an operation. Undergoes Operation. Halph Berg, 16 years old, son of Ernest Berg, is getting along nicely after an operation at Vrick Memorial Hospital Thursday morning. Managers Changed. R. B. Knowles assumed his duties Wednesday as manager of the Montgomery Ward store, succeeding P. J. Phelan. Mr. Phelan will be manager of the Newark, N. J., store. Mr. Knowles comes to Mount Pleasant from Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he had been assistant manager. Special to Hie Courier HARHISBURG, Mar. 10--Com- pul'.oiy insurance for cveiy motor vehicle owner in Pennsylvania to assure compensation for accident victims was reported to the Legislature. Representative Wan en K. Hess, Democtat, Beiks, an attomey, offered a bill \\hich would requiie every motorist seeking a license either to prove he had erough msuiance to cover payment o[ 310,000 if his car killed tu*o persons or to post $13,000 m cash or United States Government bonds as security. At present, msui.ince is compulsory only if a motorist has had a serious Occident. TURKEYFOOT SPORTSMEN TO IMPROVE WHITE CREEK Special to The Courier. CONFLUENCE, Mar. 10.--A fishei- Trian's paradise is expected to be 3 ^sult of the improvements begun on White Creek, near here, by the Turkeyfoot Fish and Game Association. Dams will be built, unnecessary blush removed ftom the creek and banks cleaicd of brush through the aid of WPA funds and labor. The ivork, which will start at Lis- tonbjrg and continue upstream for six miles, will last about three months. Bowling Replaces "Cokes" (or Co-Eds COLUMBIA, Mo., Mar. 10.--The rran-about-college now suggests a frame of bowling to 'the nirl friend instead oE the customary afternoon "coke" between classes. Co-eds at the University of Missouri are taking the game so seriously it has beer, reorganized as an intramural sport. Fifteen sorority teams are participating in the first tournament. CCC Camp Commander Jailed for larceny PITTSBUBGH, Mar. 10.--First Lieutenant Crenson Davis, 26, who had been in command o£ CCC Camp S-110, near CJearfield, was captuied kt Fort Crockett, Texas, through el- lorts o£ the Federal Bureau o£ Investigation. He allegedly misappropnatcd Sl,640 in Government funds and disappeared from the camp five weeks ago. Davis was finance officer o£ the camp. He disappeared with the camp payroll. Pennsville PENNSVILLE, Kar. 10.--Amzi Hice of Swedetmvn called on friends here Thursday afteinoon. Mrs Myrtle E. Miller spent the week-end with friends at Ttockwood Mrs. Ravena Kenmn and son o£ Muiphy S.ding weie visitors witn Miss Sue Means Thursday! Mrs Jasper Spunkle was a business caller in UnionUnvn Monday. Mrs. O. P. Lenhait of Scottdale visited fuends here Wednesday. Mis. J. E. HaUhill is visiting this week w.th her ton-in-la-w and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F-JW. Rishc- bergcr at Wewpoit, Ky. Miss June Highoerger I is takins care o£ Mrs. Wallace at her home a! Dry Hill near Broad Ford. Mrs. Louisa Blo^ser has been confined to her bed for the past few days by illness. Liquid-Tablets Drops Salvc-Noso S A L V E Rellevel COLDS Price lOc 25c False Alarms Rouse Anger of Firemen In South Connellsville The South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Department answered a false alarm Tuesday night exposing the men to unnecessary ranks and bringing down the wrath of Chief Albert White and other members ol the hose company. "Turning in a false alarm is considered a serious offense," stated Chief White, "and any person caught In the act will be punished to ttte full extent of the law." The chief requests persons turning in alarms to wait and meet the truck and direct it to the scene of the fire. "This would save considerable loss of time and be a great aid to the firemen," he added. Not Guilty Bat Fay Costs, XJNIONTOWN. Mar. 10.--Verdict of not guilty but pay the costs was returned to Judge H. S. Dumtwuld in the case of Clara and Thomas Simon husband and wife, of Edcnborn, who were tried for violation of the State liquor control laws. JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT Special Size Can 59c (Regular S«e, Plus l-.'i) JOHNSON'S L I Q U I D WAX Special Size Can 59c (Regular Size, Pins 1-S) POLISH MOPS Acr-O-iYJop With Handle Klc SCRUB BRUSHES Tnmjiico and Pulmvra stock .. .. Cunter 14--Downstairs. STAIR TREADS Corrugated design with new rubber eyelclb. Brown and black. 9x18 lOc 9x24 . ]5c Mow 'Em Down With 1'or Luxury Slinvini? Blue Blades 10cand25c Regular Blades Probak Jr. Blades Thin-Blades Gillette Razors 25c Counter 11--Main Floor. IT'S NATIONAL CHILDREN'S WEEK Broadcloth Prints a n d plain. F a s t color. Sizes 1 to 6. POLO SHIRTS Combed Yarn. For Dress or Play. 25c Sizes 3 to 6. Rayon Taffeta Sizes 1 to 13 BOBBY SUITS Suspender and Plain. All colors. Sizes 1 to 3. Connier 14--Main Floor. ANKLETS CAMPUS ANKLETS With Laces. Sizes 8^ to 10 CHILDREN'S RAYON ANKLETS Pastel Shades for Spriiic. Sizes 8}£ to S14 .. GIRLS' ANKLETS, Sizes 8V 2 to 10c,15c,25c BOYS'CREW SOX Bla/er Stripes, Elastic Top. Sizes S to 11 Counter 15--Main Floor. £ A N D W I T H SELECTED M E R C H A N D I S E T O » I £ 2 "THE BRIGHTER!' SHOT I\ TOW3T." CO^JTELISVIUE, PENNA. SAVE THE MOST ON THE BEST TOWARD PROSPERITY BIG SALE SALES of Pennsylvania PRODUCTS King Midas Egjj Noodles Parked In PMU. IJMK. pk*. Eastern Sun Black Tea Pa i' n Pafie Dry Gf^geralepSJmpiiiJS Genuine Dill Pickles £ Superior Sweet Pickles As^ UJ^s^s^^^ Vimco Spaghetti Dinners "?« Z P^S 25c f p£i. eTC f fi? Dress Smartly This Spring . . . . You'll feel batter . . . look smarter . . . and there'll be a spring in your step when you shed your winter clothes and don these new spring styles. SUITS AND TOPCOATS $ 22.50 to $35.00 New Neckwear Spring Sweaters New Shirts Phoenix Socks 55c and $1.00 $1.95 to $3.95 $1.65 and $1.95 . 35c and 50c NEW SPRING HATS That are the tops Plontj of snap and color and alenty of styles to choose frcin $2.95 FASHIONS FOR MEN 317 Xorth Fittsbn'-ir Street. Phone 20S7 White or Yellow Cheese Toilet Tissue Tweed's Mustard Anne Peas Jersey Com Flakes w*j Pure Preserves Carnation Every Day Evan. Grown. Graded And Packed In peek Rome Beaut; or York Imperial! Fancy Washed Penna. Parsnips and Turnips 3rd National Citrus Fruit Sale "*· IOC CrflTl, Fresh, Iccberc solid heads Jumbo Size, Heavy With Fancy Juice 283 Sice-Full of Swcot Julco New Onion Sefs ,,, Fancy Red Yams 6 25C 2 ,,,,,. 9c 6 !bs . 25c Penna. Products and Product's Purchased Through Penna. Branches Loin Ends ,,. I9c Center Chops t! . 25c Fancy Quality Loose Sauerkraut 3 lOc Swift's Premium Legs To Koast poimd Shoulder Roast Ib. 19c Lean Rib Chops Ib. 27c Loin Lamb Chops Ib. 29c Breast of Lamb 2 Ibs. 25c .Juicy Cuts from lender Young Boef End Cuts Ib. 16c: Choice Cuts Ib. Long Island Ducklings Lean Skinned Hams Lean Smoked Souares !t . 9c Smoked Picnic Shoulders ,,,. 2 1 c Lakeview Sliced Bacon 2 ib. 5c Fresh Jumbo Bologna ». I5c £ 29c ,,,. |5c

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