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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 24, 1938
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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 193s. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 24.--The'Scott- dale district made its distribution of clothing to persons on relief at the old Trust Company's banking,rooms in Pittsburg street Wednesday. The distribution was one of the largest at any time since this method of giving out clothing was begun. Four large tables of clothing were given out. Mrs. James A. Conway was in charge and was assisted by Mrs. Paul Frctls, Mrs. Thomas Diskin, Misses Mary Mildred and Margaret Comvay. There will not be another distribution for a month. The distribution yesterday left only a few completed pieces on stock. The sewing project that at present employes 30 women, is kept busy getting the clothing ordered out on time. At the time of the opening of the sewing project 85 were employed but the number has dwindled. Initiation Tonight. Initiation of three new members will be held at the rgular mting o: th Dams of Maltas in th Moose Hal! this evening. Revival Begins March 14. A meeting of the joint committees | in charge of the revival arranged by the Methodist Episcopal and United Brethren churches was held Wednesday evening after prayer service. The revival will begin March 14 with cottage. prayer meetings, six to be held each evening in various sections of town. Lay leaders .will be in .charge. . Remodeling Progresses. Work is steadily moving along in remodeling the Brooks house recently purchased by the Thomas A. Lewcl- lyn Post, American Legion. Several partitions are being removed to enlarge some of the rooms so they will be suitable for the Legion meetings. Class Flay Rehearsals. Rehearsals are being held for the junior'class play of the"Scottdale "High'School, "The Hidden Guest," to be presented in the Strand Theatre. Miss Nclda Darling has charge of the play, and the _ cast that .has been chosen .follows:. _ John" Judkins, a realtor,-Bud.Kcrr;rBertr.Judkins, a college boy .and son o£ John Judkins, Tom . Porter; Chester. Briggs, cm- ployed by John Judkins, Ben Aikcn; Tad Wilson, a college boy, Tom Momyer; McCarty, n policeman, Bill Sakowic;_Ott- Hubncss, a convict, Woodrow Crawford; ^5uby Mayfleld a debutante, Jean Byars; Minnie Mayfield .- Ruby's aunt, Dorothy Helensky; Mrs. Barrington, a widow, Phyllis Ovcrholt; Nellie Trotwood. a society girl, Janet Porter; and Melan- thuria, a scrvantrGcraldine Lind. Deputy Collector Coming. A deputy tax collector will be in Scottdale Tuesday, March 1, to assist in the "preparation of Income tax returns for the past year. March is the deadline for filing tax returns Girl Born to Knlpplcb. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Knipple, of 213 Third avenue at 8:10 o'clock Wcdncsda. evenin in Frick Memorial Hospital Mount Pleasant. Venetian (Carnival Dunbar Tuesday; Other News Items \DUNBAR, Feb. 24.--Harvey's Mall will bo the scene Tuesday evening ol the annual Venetian carnival held under the auspices o£ the Sons or Italy and their auxiliary,'Mary of Mount Virgin Lodge. Guests arc invited to attend in costume as the grand march of mummers, which will take place at 9:30 o'clock, will be the outstanding feature of the evening. In addition to this attraction, for which there arc special awards, there will be a number of musical and vocal selections and some novelty and old-fashioned j dance numbers presented. The affair will be very much in keeping with an old Italian custom ol the prc-lenten masquerade festival. The general committee is 1 composed ol Gerald Rossi, Margaret DeOrc and Body Lizza. Their aides arc A. Buzzelli, Frank LaBruno, A. Piccioni and Anthony Galand, who arc on the refreshment committee. Those in charge of serving refreshments arc Clara Piccioni, Amelia Piccioni, Elvira DcAngclo, Alma DcOre and Dolores Spceney. World Day of Prayer. Citizens of the community will join n obseivancc of the World Day of 3 rayer at services to be conducted t the Methodist Protestant Church 'riday afternoon, March 4, al 2 'clock. All Protestant churches of community will join in the scrv- Otlier Hems of Interest. Joseph Speeney, Edith Rossi and ola Sterling, who are employed at Harrisburg, spent the week-end at heir respective homes. George Edwjn Greene of Morgan- own, W. Va,, is visiting at the home if Mr. and Mrs. George Williams. Mrs. Logan Ross a.:d daughter of tfcClcllandtown were the guests of ·datives here over the week-end. Mr. and Mis. Harold Harvey at- ended the funeral services of 'riend at Clyde recently. MANY BOOKS R E C L A I M E D BY BINDING MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 24.--A room has been set aside in thc-Thin Ward school building for the WPA bookbinding project and 12 men ai employed on the project. To date a least 2,000 books havc,been rebound including some from every buildin; in the town. The work also include books from the Junior High Librarj and at present work is being done on books from the Ramsay High Li brary. It is the first of its kind o work to be done in this community Undergoes Operation. Bertha Mizikar, 19 years old, o Mammoth, underwent an operation at Frick Memorial Hospital Wcdncs day. Hunkct Woman Hurt In Fall. Mrs. Mary Hammer, 58 years old wife of James Hammer of Hunker who. suffered chest injuries and ; fracture of the little finger when shi slipped and fell in the yard at he home Tuesday evening, is gettinf along nicely at Frick Memorial Hos pital. Reports were current mat sh had been struck over the nend wit] a club while walking in the yard. State Police were called to invest!- | gate, nnd it was found that the worn- an had slipped nnd fallen. ' Dihchargcd From Hospital. , John Karabus of Munhull and! Stephen Kurabiis of Standard, boll)' of whom were in an automobile accident on the Mount Plcasant-Scott- dnle road, on Friday night were discharged from Frick Memorial Hospital on Wednesday. John Karabus was the driver of the wrecked cor. The three other occupants of the care are still patients at the Hospital. Auxiliary to Meet. The Auxiliary of James E. Zundcll Post, American Legion, \vill hold its regular meeting at the Legion looms Tuesday evening. This month is community welfare month, and the , program will have something dealing with this work as its subject. In- REDUCE SAFELY Says Noted Authority Go to CInrkc's nnd Ret a box of Rock- A-Water Tablets. Reduce 10. pounds in 11 dsy^. Thirty-day treatment only S2 00. and guaranteed to make you IOMI fat without dlctlnc -- Advertisement. iWndbcr Quintet Bows. Windber was tripped by a score ol 46 to 24 before a scrappy Ferndale High o! Johnstown as the Yellow Jackets came through with 33 points in the last half.. eluded in the evening's activities will be a baked goods sale among the members. The social committee is composed of Mrs. A. J. Rchanek, Miss Blanche Bechtel, Mrs. Anna Sachatche and Mrs. Sophia Pfrogner, Maybe This Is Why You're Constipated Perhaps the tint! ol food you eat doesn't give your bowels anything to work on. Meat, potatoes and bread don't form the kind \ ol soil, bulky mass that wJJ!he)pmove your bowels. If BO, a dish of crisp, crunchy Kctlosg's All- Bran lor breakfast will Klvc you just the kind of "bulk" your intestines may need to work property. And in addition, Itcontalr.s the intestinal tonic, vitamin B,, -which helps to tone them. If you viant to set at the cause of your trouble, cat some Kcllogg's All-Bran every day-as a cereal or baked in muffins. And drink plenty of water. AH-Bnm is made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Sold by every grocer. TEMPERATURES AND MCLEAN; AUTOMATIC flHEXPENSNE HEAT : C0MBUSTI0NEER BURNS LOWER-PRICED SIZES OF COAL TO SAVE MONEY FRANK R. SWEENEY I'-'T-tiO Ji. Crinu'onl A V / 8 C K S V VAPORUB --rob on throal, chest; and back al bedtime --o few drops up eoc/i nostril al lha first sneeia King Nut OLEO 2 i^ 27c Gold Bond Sliced, Vienna or Rye BREAD 3 Large Loaves 25c Clearbrook BUTTER Special 2-lli. Roll 69c All Kinds BRAUN'S LAYER CAKES: Special 35C Hogserr's CORN MEAL ")-lli. Sack 17e 10 II). Suck 33c Smacks Butter Wafer t h e n )''r-)i Per Box \Ji PASTRY FLOUR Hoirsett's jlrnml MATCHES Stock up todiij CRACKERS J{itz. "ice and fresh LAKE HERRING .Tuinlii) size. SODA CRACKERS Excel. The very best. GRAHAM CRACKERS 2ib.box21c Just wlmt tlic children like. NAVY BEANS ruioliiirnn hand picked. KORN KAKE Prepared corn menl for pancakes. SAUER KRAUT 2 cans 19c Trimble'--. BROWN SUGAR 4 ibs. 25c fjiVht lironn siiBur. POWDERED SUGAR 3-Mb, boxes 25c SI'MIMJ- Cunft firnml. TABLE SALT 25 ib. sack 35c IiHy in ii Mipply now. BAB-0 2 cans 23c .\ \\t\M' nntl Jls brlirltt. CLEANSER 3 cans 13c ·Siinbrilp. Keeps tlilncs clean. TOILET PAPER 5 roils 25c .Mcdlcnl Silk Tissue. J,fiOO sheets to n roll. SPLIT PEAS 3-Mb, boxes 25c Green or Yellow Pens. POST TOASTIES 4 boxes 25c Hakes t h e idpal breakfast food. FLOUR 24i/ 2 Ib. sack 99c fiold 3Icdal 11 rim (I Good Luck Margarine or Nucoa 2 "»· 39c Try This! West Side Special Blend COFFEE :t-ii. Bug 5 ib. Sack 2k 6 Ige. boxes 25c Ige. box 2k Pail 89C 2 Ib. box 19t 10 ib. bag 45c 2 sacks 25c B A N A N A S California Oranges Large Size Doz. 29c 3red!imi Size · Doz. 19c Golden Kipe fresh Beets, with tops, bunch Maine Potatoes, 15-lb. bag TANGERINES Doz. 15c Viorida Oranges, large size, doz l i a l d n i n or Grimes Golden FANCY APPLES Per bu. 95c STRAWBERRIES Pint Box 15c DaMwin or Grimes, Golden Apples, S Ibs California Oranges, small size, doz Delicious Apples, fancy, G Ibs Spinnch, fresh, 2 Ibs Calif. Celery, y bunches Button Radishes, 3 bunches Fresh Peas, 2 Ibs. ..,, Sweet Potatoes, large. No. 1, 6 Ibs. 25c 15c 25c 15c 25c lOc 25c Cauliflower, large head California Carrots, 4 bunches Idaho Baking Potatoes, 10 Ib Leaf Lettuce, 3 ibs Green or Yellow Wax Beans. 2 Ibs... New Potatoes, 6 Ibs . .. Frosh Tomatoes', Ib 19c 25c 33c 25c 25c 25c lOc POTATOES-NO, lOO-lb. Bng $1.45 Yon arc always assured of tlie finest possible foodstuffs when you confine your food purchases to the "West Side Jlarket. TVc .stock nationally known brands and continually feature them nt prices tliat mean real savings for you. Head the Free Ham offer below--an added Inducement to shop here Saturday. 43c PHONE (Before 4 P. M.) For Prompt Delivery R E E H A M S ! (Given Away on Saturday Only!) Every two (2) hours starting Saturday morning at S A. M. until Saturday night at 10 P. M., the customer making the largest cash purchase will re'ceive their choice, 10-lb. to 12-lb. average, ONE HAM KIIEE! Also, Saturday night at 10 P. M. the person holding the lucky number will receive as a door prize, OXE FULL CASE Oi 1 riJKSElEVES, QUART SIZE. Bisquick Larfre SUe Hox, Only Soft as Silk Cake Flour Per Box 25c I'resh Eggs, 23c F1 a k o Shortening. 4-lb. bucket ... Boscul Co/Tec, Ibs. _. _ %-lb. FREE. L. 6-S. DILL PICKLES }£-Gal. Jar 29c Gren Pac Hand Packed TOMATOES 2 Larce Cans 25c Malfalda SALAD OIL Per Gal. Seedless Raisins, 3--15-oz. pkgs. . _ Van Camp's Milk Government Inspected Finest Quality SWIFT'S PREMIUM BEEF We Have the Best Beef in Town! Fresh Beef Brains, per Ib. ,, Rump Roast, Ib. _ Rib Roast, short cut, Ib. Chuck Roast, center cuts, Ib. _ lOc 25c 25c 19c BeeC S h o u l d e r center cuts, Roast, ...... 19c 17c lOc HAMBURG 2 Ibs. 29c Beet' Shank or Neck, ib. Plate Boil, 1 Ib Tenderloin and Sir- Join Roasts, Ib. .... Veal, Pork an a £A Beef, ground, 3 Vis. OUC Ready- to-Serve H A M S IVliolo or String Half Ib. 28 Fresh Spare Ribs, Pork Loin Roast, rib end, Ib. _ ________ __ Pork Shoulder, whole, Ib ..... ____ ...... ..... 15c 19c 17c Pure Pork SAUSAGE Loose or link Ib. 19c FORT PITT BACON Whole or Half, heavier aye., ib. 23c Pork Shoulder, calla style, 5 to 6 Ib. average, Roast, Ib Pork Butts, 4 to 5 Ib. pieces, Ib Mixed Pork Chops, OA pound . . . uUC Pork Chops, center cuts, Ib Pork Liver, pound ... _, Canadian Sliced Bacon, Ib. . Neck Bones, 3 Ibs Fresh Hams, whole or string half, 10 to 12 Ib. average, Ib. ?5c lOc 45c 25c Wilson's Certified or White Lily String Half Whole or Ib. 2Sc Veal Loin or Rump 1 ft Roast ,lb 1J/C Veal Shoulder Chops, Ib Veal Chops, rib or Loin, Ib. Veal Shoulder center cuts, Ib Veal Steak, Ib. _ _ Smoked Sausage, Ib. Smoked Callas, Ib Cottago Cheese, 2 Ibs. 15c 25c 25c Roast-- 14c 30c 25c Muck llnwk HAMS Larger Aiernge, Ib. 25c Veal Breast, 2 Ibs 25c Lamb Shoulder 4 or 5 Ib. in a piece, Ib Genuine Spring Leg at Lamb, Ib Lamb Rib Chops, Ib Lamb Shoulder ' ' Chops, Ib _. Lamb Breast, 3 Ibs Home Made Liver Pudding, per Ib. Roast, 17c 23c 35c 25c 25c I5c Fresh VEAL HEARTS Ib. 15c Small Wieners, Club Wieners, Skinless Wieners, Ib ......... ............. . ................ 23c 17c 25c Fresh Pig Feet, 3 Ibs Spiced Lunch Ham, Ib. Sliced Corned Beef, OC _ C H I C K E N S Ib., 35c S P U I N G C H I C K E N S Ib. 39c l-'iilly Jlrv-MMl. Ring or Long Bologna, Ib ........ ..... I O 1OL Jumbo Minced -| f' Ham, Ib IDC Frying and Stewing Halibut. Oysters. Leaf Lard, in 1 1 /» cone, Ib ............ . .......... ~ A JLC Forty Fathom Fish, fresh, Ib. ___________ Sweitzer Cheese, Ib. Pure Rendered Lard, 2 Ibs. 35c 25c 10O2 West Crawford Avenue PHONE 620 Connellsville, Pa.

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