The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 10, 1939 · Page 8
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March 10, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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f AUK BIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLB. PA. 1'VKUJA *, MAKUl-i 1U, · iU.i». News of Tri-Town Community Rumanian Premier DAWSON, Mnr. 10.--Mrs. J. F. Luckoy was hostess at a party at her home Saturday evening, in honor o£ Mr. Luckey's birthday. The evening was spent in playing "500" and Chinese checkers. Prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bailey, Miss Grace Snyder and Slahl Shallenbcrg- cr. Other guests were Mrs. Stahl Shallenberg, . Mr. and Mrs. ".V.. A. Wood, Jacob Luckey, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Budd, Miss Nellie Snyder and Harry Budd, The honor guest received lovely gilts. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Personals. Mrs. Harry Addis of Vanderbilt returned home Saturday after being a patient at Cleveland Clinic for a week. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Whitmoyer and daughter, Elsie, and Mrs. Othmar Haas were Uniontown callers Saturday. Miss Anna Belle Bailey, a registered nurse at Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh, spent the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bailey of North Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Ken H. Collins and daughter, Vivian Yvonne, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hixenbaugh ofi Perryopolis. Miss Collins visited Epworth League service at the Perryopolis M. E. Church. Mrs. Fred Seiber and daughter of Charleroi were callers, here Monday. Mrs. E. D. Brewer and daughter, Janet Marie, of Vanderbilt, Mrs. George Whipkey and daughter, Nettie Lee, Mr. and Mrs. William Welling and daughter, Clara Mildred .were recent callers in Connellsville. Approved Practices For'39 Farm Program Listed by Slate ACC Soil-building continues to hold an important place in the Federal farm program,- as shown by the list of farming practices approved by the Pennsylvania Agricultural Conservation Committee for use under the ]939 program. As one o£ its aims the -program seeks to encourage the planting corps and use of practices which will improve and hold soil fertility. It offers'assistance, amounting -to part of the cost involved, to farmers who use such conservation measures. · . - - - The 16 practices approved for 1939 are practically the same as those for 1938 and lay --emphasis on sound farming methods such as the-use of lime and phosphate on hay - and pasture land, reforestation, new seed- ings of legumes under favorable soil conditions, soil erosion prevention, together with others of great value to Pennsylvania farm land. After reviewing the improvement in agriculture under the 1938 practices, the State committee decided to make only those changes which were recommended by farmers at meetings held throughout the State. While some practices are not used as much as others, yet all are essential to Pennsylvania agriculture and, as the need of them is more fully understood, the State committee hopes and Ceels that all will be used more wide- Under the 1939 program the fanner will earn a specified rate per acre Cor carrying out approved practices, the complete list of which follows: 1. Planting forest trees. 2. Improving woodlands. 3. Excluding livestock from farm woodland. ' 4. Seeding pasture mixtures. 5. Keseeding pastures. 6. Establishing new scedings of alfalfa. 7. Establishing new seedlngs"of clover. 8. Growing" green manure and cover crops. 8. Seeding winter legume cover crops. 10. Mulching orchards. 11. Stripcropping. 12. Contour furrowing noncrop open pasture land. 13. Terracing. ···· 14. Liming cropland, pasture land ·nd orchards. 15. Applying available phosphoric acid. 16. Applying available potash. S. S. Executives To Meet Safurday Meeting of the executive committee of Fayette County Sunday School Association will be held at 2:30 .o'clock-Saturday afternoon In the orphans courtroom of the courthouse'at Unlontown. Sues for Divorce. GEEENSBTJHG, Mar. 10.--Andrew Harbaugh of Donegal township, petitioned the court here. lor a divorce from his wife, Daisy R. Harbaugh, alleging desertion. When Skin Torture Drives You Mad Get a bottle of dean, powerful, penetrating Moone's Emerald Oil. The very first application should give you sooth- ine relief and a few short treatments convince you that you have at last found the way to comfort the Itching torture and distress'. Moone's Emerald Oil is easy and simple to use--greaseless--stainless --economical--promotes healing. Ask any flrst-class drug store lor a small original bottle of Moone's Emerald Oil--Guarantee ot money back ii not satisfied, Burn's Drue Store and TJnion. Drujj Company, MONEY Second "Floor Room -i Uetzel Bltlc. Phone 3*. «fi West l*r«i\\Tord A v f . Legion Committee Begins Plans For Best Boy Medals Plans for the annual best boy school medal awards were started Wednesday night by the Fayette County American Legion Committee at iis meeting at Brownsville. Medals are presented yearly among eighth grade boys in the county schools, winners of which I compete for the county silver loving cup, . . " ' . " . . i The committee nlso accepted the scholarship .'offered by Senator Anthony (pavalcante to be awarded H senior student winning the essay contest held among the county high schools. The scholarship is to State-endowed school. Armand Caluiescne (above), former minister of the interior, hna been appointed prime minister of Rumania by Ulng Carol, to succeed Miron Cristea, -who" died'in France. " " . (Central Prcse) Burns Fatal to Woman. LATROBE, Mar. 10.--Mrs. Mary j Price, 94, died Wednesday in Latrobo Hospital, of burns received when her clothing caught fire while she was stirring a fire in a coal stove. Snc was the widow of James Price, former, councilman".-and. justice of the peace. WELL,! OOHT KNOW, ' BUT I DO KNOW THAT tOlS OF fOLKS BEAT fl PATH TO ft CERTAIN MEAT MARKET -- - BEtAUSE THEY GIVE bmtk yALITY HCATANDCAM BE DEPENDED UPON ^ EVERY WAV. I! I KNOW. YOU MEAN OUR OUTCKtRi MOTHEK IF A HAN HAKES A BETTER MOUSE 1R»P. WILL FOLKS BEAT A PATH TO ttIS DOOR ? ·tffoursc itt ts referring to WEEK-END SPECIALS LAMB SHOULDER ROAST ib. 15c PORK ROAST, Calla Style Ib. 15c PURE LARD... 2 Its. 17e VEAL SHOULDER ROAST Ib. 15c BACON SQUARES Ib. 15c FRESH SAUSAGE 2 Ibs. 35c CHUCK ROAST, End Cuts Ib. 15c CALLA HAMS Ib. 15c PEPPERONI^. : Ib. 35c LAMB BREAST-..:..... Ib. lOc SWISS CHEESE Ib. 29c DILL PICKLES doz. 25c CANADIAN BACON SALAMI BUTTER -- EGGrS AND CHEESE tXays For Pennsylvania Proapcrttr HATS OFF! To These New Hat Styles By Schoble Debonair styles that put a bit of dash in your appearance. Just the right crown height and brim width to be flattering: and . . . up to the minute in style! AH the popular spring- shades. MEN'S BPAB.THKNT CONTINKNTAL STORB If you want that Spring Feeling Of being young and gay, You'll pick a pretty Coat or Suit Upon this Special Day. COATS on Parade Dashing new coats spiced with style excitement. Fashioned of tweeds, camel hair and dressy nubby woolens. In smarter-than-cver navy, black, and high shades. Flannel toppers at $5.95 and $7.95. $5.95,$10.95,$16.95,$19.95 Headquarters for SUITS Fastidious women who are exacting about fit, style, quality -- make Troutman's headquarters for Suits! For tailored suits, soft dressmaker suits, coat suits and three piece suits! * $5.95,$10.95,$I6.95,$29.95 FIRST ANNUAL n% · · a K. »TV H x v v *s · H m x · r. 11-18 PRESENTING YOUTH AND BEAUTY IN AMERICA'S MOST BRILLIANT STYLE SHOW Exciting as a Hollywood Premiere is this brilliant Spring Showing of beautiful Red Cross Shoes. Come in. See the glamorous array of .the newest styles during National Hed Cross Shoe Week. For every normal foot--for every had-to-fit foot, ' Themes '3.95 Spring melodies in straw! With such gay "toppers" your head can't help but be in a whirl! Saucy sailors blooming with billowy veil; rolled brims and other styles for every head. Navy, black, japonica, eran- berrv. This Spring's is an exciting affair! A.-The CUPID PUMP A "Jove" of a shoe; in japonica kid, B.-The CAMEO Truly a ''treasure"; in navy kid. C.-The HARMONY In black and navy gabardine. $6-50 SEE THE ARRAY OF OTHER STYLES, TOO A gay array at $2.00 DOESKINS Extremely good looking in their tailored-ness. Claret, japonica, navy, natural, white. CAPESKINS Fit so snug--look so smart In cUiret, japonica, navy, black. PIGSKINS The dashing sport glove. In white and natural. To highlight your Spring costume. ID multi-colors, navy, black, brown, white. $1,51.98, $2.98, $5 Gay Neckwear To give Spring feeling to winter weary frocks. In daffodil yellow, hyacinth blue, rose pink anil !ily white. Organdy and pique. $1.00 Junior X Girdle Controls that excess diaphragm. Of two way non- run lastex. 3 lengths in small, medium, large sizes. $1.59 Van Raalte Hose "Myth" -- a lovely thread sheer. You'll love its luxury feel. Usually $1.15, now . . . New Yarn Lover's Twist in 1 ounce balls at 29c; Crevelle in 2 ounce balls at 50c, In light shades. 29c 50c Typewriters REDUCED! llemiugton Portables -Hie $39.50 model now $29.50, the 554.50 model now $44.50! Also Royal Portables at $39.50 and $54.50. Men's New VARDON SHIRTS for Spring Better Now Than Ever, But the Price Still Remains at VARDON . . . the shirt of good looksi, good tailoring, good fabric. With a new added feature --fabrics are now SANPORIZ- ED-SHIU1NK! Whites and especially attractive fancies. 14 to 17 sizes. V. $1.00 Knit of a fine combed cot-, ton ingrain yarn. In an array of Spring colors--coral, goldenrod, luggage, powder, aqua, cherry, white, black. TO THE OF YOUR SKIN TEXTURE CREAM rn.oiHa.te Skin becomes dry, crepey, aged because the elements draw natural moistening oils from the underneath skin, Texture Cream-- akin to the natural oils-- aids in keeping the skin soft and supple. S I.IO ^» aqua, caerry, wnite, mac*. It's National CHILDREN'S WEEK-Mar.6-12 We've Clothes for your Tot to Teen Offspring Spring Dresses $1.00 and $1.98 Styles in. wash fabrics for 1 to 3 toddlers, 3 to 6 tots and 7 to 16 lassies. Wee Boys' Suits - - $1.00 Wash suits in solid and combination colors. Also two piece jersey suits. Girls' Coats $3.98 to $10.95 Tweeds, navy and high shades. Styles they like! Tots' Coat Sets - - - $2.98 to $5.98^ For 1 to 3 yr. toddlers, 3 to 6 yr. tots. Coat ·with bonnet or cap. Boys' New Longies - - $1.98 $2.98 Pleated, belted slack models in. dress up woolens, 10 to 17 sizes. Boys' Dress Shirts - - - - 79c ''Harclwiek Junior" shirts in. fancies and white.

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