The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 10, 1939 · Page 16
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 10, 1939
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FACE SIXTEEN. DAILY COURIER. UUJNNJi'L.LiSVlLii.Ii!. PA. i-'RIDAY, MARCH 1.0, 1930. 48-Hour Wait Law No Inconvenience To Some Couples CUMBERLAND, Md., Mar. 10.-The course of true love seldom runs smooth, 'tis s;iid. The course o£ true love also knows many detours. Take, lor example, ;he case oC three couples -,vho have 'jome back to the courthouse here to ;laim marriage licenses applied for Zrom three to 12 weeks ago. The longest wait was Uiat ot Harry May, 36-year-old farmer of Marklc- »n, Pa., and Eva Bittner, 32, ot Roekwood, Pa. They applied J'or a license December 22 and claimed it March 6. The !8-hour wait law. about which there have been many complaints, apparently worked no hardship on them. Quins May or May Not See Royalty; No Decision Yet By United Press. · CALLANDER, Ont., Mar. 10.--The argument about whether the Dionne quintuplets shall go down to Toronto May 22 to meet the king and queen reached the point today where the babies own wishes were being considered. Judge J. A. Valin, chairman of llie quintuplets' board of guardians, said it would be better it the visiting king and queen came to Callander to see the babies at the Dafoe. Hospital. Valin said no decision probably would be made until the next meeting of the guardians the first Saturday in April. The other two guardians are Dr. A. R. Dafoe and the babies' father, Oliva Dionne. Spanish Princess Mother. ROME, Mar. 10.--Princes Marcia of Asturias gave birth to a daughter at 'Anglo-American clinic. . Her husband, Don Juan, son ot former King Alfonso XIII of Spain and who might occupy the Spanish throne, was present. Too Unconventional for Jersey Socialite Ellen Tilton Holmsen, once presented at the Court of St. James's, has been "deported" from New Jersey, according to Police Chief William E. Powell of Eochclle Park, because she attracted too much attention going , about clad only in pajamas and sandals. She is pictured as she appeared while shocking Hollywood several years Pgo by sun-bathinp on her Jawn there. Miss Holmsen, "who had been'rcsidinp in Maywood, N, J., took up quarters in Flushing, N. ~S., after her "exile." GIFT NECKTIES HOLD PROMISE By United Press, AMAHILLO, Texas, Mar. 10.--H. G. Hamrick examined his gift neckties closely because o£ an experience concerning a cravat given a year ago, Hamrick received five neckties that year and put away three of them. A year later he decided to look over his ties and found pinned beneath one oE the 1937 models n $5 bill. Judge Displeased By Paternity Conviction Special to The Courier. UNTOT^TOWN, Mar. 10.--Judge Harry A. Cottom did not agree with the scaled verdict of guilty in paternity case in which Andre Huvilehck of Srnock was the defendant. "We have some doubt r5 to the i justice of your verdict in this case," i the jurist remarked. MEYERSDALE. Mar. 10.--Mrs. Elmira Eichom, 78 years old, died Tuesday after a stroke of apoplexy at her home near here Sunday morning 1 . She was found by relatives who had gone to visit her. She lived alone and had gotten up and was dressed, apparently ready Lo go to church when stricken. She was the widow of the late George Eichorn who some years ago conducted a drug store here. Funeral services were held Thurkday afternoon at the home of Uijins Fikc, in charge of Rev. H. K. Hjlncr, pastor oC Zion Lutheran Church of which she had been a member for years. Interment was in Union Cemetery. 3Iissionary Society Meets. The regular meeting of the Missionary Society of Amity Evangelical and Reformed Church was held Tuesday evening in Amity Hall. Mrs. B. A. BJack was lender and Mrs. Joseph Single presided. Entertains Ladies* Aid. Mrs. W. L. Dnhl was hostess !xj the Ladies' Aid Society of SS. Philip and James Church Tuesday evening at her home. A social hour followed the business meeting and lunch was served. Joint Hostesses. Mrs. Leon Ford and Mrs. W. II. Ryland were joint hostesses Tuesday evening when they entertained the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church at the Ford home. Mrs. Ryiand gave the lesson. Lunch was served after the business meeting. Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bner and son, Richard, have returned to Pittsburgh alter a visit with relatives. Mrs. Ella Snyder of Baltimore, Md., is visiting her sister, Mrs, James Darnley. A NEW LOW PRICE · --on-New Sprieij Values to $12.95 Many with new saddle shoulder, hankies, scarfs, ribbon and bindings --in fitted and boxy styles. Sizes 14 to 40. Misses' anfl TVomen's Spring DRESSES Spring colors, : ln new designs. All sizes. --THE LEADER STORE-- Twin Copies of Very Expensive Hats SALE! Spring Hai Spool or low crown, sailors, pill boxes, berets ... in rought or smooth romantic and Victorian braid straws. 'Dashing new bretons with sweeping brims . . . all you could wish for in spring hats . . . and they look two arid three' times this little price. Navy, brown, rouge-rust, may-wine, blaclc Make up your own ensemble, inexpensively! Fine wool and rayon mixtures in the newest plaid combinations. Sizes 12 to IS. S A T U R D A Y SPECIAL 'o. 1-Regular 89c BED SHEETS 81x90 full bleached, double bed Vic sheets, finished with deep hem, --THE LEADER-- SATUQJtAT 8EOIAX Xo. 2-Regular 25c PERCALE yds. Yard wide, last color new percale, plain, colors and fancy patterns. --THE LEADER-- SATDRDAT SPECIAL So. 3-Regular 59c BOYS'BLOUSES Odd lot boys shirts and button on blouses, broken sizes. Close out. No. --THE LEADER-- SATURDAY SPECIAL Regular $1.00 DRESS SHIRTS Two for $1.25 3dd lot men's regular SI.00 shirts, sizes 14 to 17; full cut, well tailored. --THE LEADER-- SATURDAY SPECIAL *. 5-Women's lOc Regular lOc hand rolled and picoted edge--linen and lawn 'kerchiefs. --THE LEADEH- Meyersdale Maintenance Assistant. SOMERSET, Mar. 10.--William H. Will of Stonycreek township has been named assistant to C. Owen Beckley of Somerset as superintendent of maintenance of the Department of Highways in Somerset county a^ a salary of S2.400. Enlarged Display Completion of remodeling at the Service Radio and Electric store in Wcdt Apple .street has Riven that firm an enlarged room for displaying merchandise and new painting has brightened up the interior, adding to its attractiveness. Along one side of the wall are displayed many models of electric refrigerators placed in such a manner that the buying public can make a complete inspection ot* each. Along the opposite wall are the various types ot radios, including battery sets, and any of these may bo hooked up to give demonstrations. In the center of. the room are placed other appliances such ns gas Eind electric ranges, washers, mangles s.nd sweepers. i A partition was moved back about I 12 feet to make possible the addi- | lionul display space. At the rear oi | the store is tiie office, enclosed by a j i glyss display case which features the · | smaller electrical appliances such ns ' toasters, docks and irons. The store is managed by John W. Kincaid. i Here to Amazing Relief for Conditions Duo to Sluaaih Bowela Bo mud. ttioroucb. FD- InvlcoraUns. DepeniJabJa relief from ehea. bllloua Bpell* Ured locllag irtwn . . nick hculaehea. bllloua Bpell naaoctawtl with cowtlpatltm. « 8. 2So . BrURKlst. MiOtn the teat -not drllKtJtcd. return the box to us. Wo refund tho purcfaano QUICK RELIEF FOR ACID INDIGESTION A modem miss creation in black a n d japonica . . . 55.50. few styles $5.50 Exclusively in Connellsville at WRIGHT'S "BUY RIGHT AT WEIGHT'S" DAYS FOR PIMNSYLVANIA PROSPERITY B A K I N G POWDER 12oz. con 13c Davis--Fur Brltirr Rakiiic P I N K SALMON toll can 10c Make Salmon Croquettes TOMATOES 3 No. 2 cans 20c Standard I'ackvd USCO M I L K 3 tall cons 19c For Table or Cooking GROUND CLOVES BKK BRAND -Sifl Tin 9c KIDNEY BEANS 2 Ibs. 9c Kcd--Serve Them Tonight MOLASSES No, 2Vz can 29c DuiTu. Famous Brand ARMOUR'S HASH 2 cans 25c Corned Beef Hush--16 oz. cans P I N E A P P L E 2 No. 2 cans 29c Del Monte Sliced I.'MMI (.'atMin, - -- I f iz. b o t t l e s 2."r .Made of Ripe Tomalod I'inenjtple .hiic(? .... (ft o/. ran -Or Del .Monte--Healthful Cako in.tox ciin 'J:ip Duff's--Quiet and K:isy Snrilhic t'illi'ls S}i in. ciin 9c Porlola--Try Thrin Wesson Oil jn'nt run -':!.For Better Cooking P O R K B E A N S USCO -- In Tomato Sauce 23 oz. -If 10C Sani Flush large can lOc Cleans Quicker Tomato Soup _....!)---'2 oz. cans 25e Usco--Just Heat It 1'ure Honey lb. tin Me Sioux Brand Corn Flukes pkir. 5e Jersey--Popular Cereal Bran Flakes -.pkg. 9c Kellogrir's Famous Brand Mushrooms S oz. can 2!)c Jacob's--They're Good Haddock lb. 13c Fillet of Haddock Porgies - lb. Hie They're Round Fresh Fruits Vegetables ON SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ORANGES -- doz. ZOc Florida 21b"s OKANCiES d""- l' c California 2.Ws GIt.U'EFKlHT - 6 for Z5c Florida 6-Ts APPLES lb. 1C Delicious Fancy APPLKS - - ft. 5c Baldwin U. S. No. 1 BANANAS _ - 4 Ibs. 25c Yellow Ripe BROCCOLI bunch 18c Frrsli--Crisp CABBAGE _ lb. 4e Florida Grown CARROTS - 2 bunches 9c Eat More of Them CELER1" Z stalks 15c Crisp and White CELERY HEARTS bunch 7c For Tasty Salads HORSERADISH - T)ottle lOc Snappy Flavor LETTUCE _ 2 heads 19c Iccbcrff--Nice and Crisp ^ ONIONS 2 Ibs. 7c Yellow--For Soup, etc. PARSNIPS - - 2 Ibs. 9c They're Good SWEF.T POTATOES 5 Ibs. 23c Medium Size ONIONS - 2 bunches 7o Green--Nice and Snappy SPINACH -3 Ibs. I9o It's Good for You TURNIPS .i 3 Ibs. lOc Solid Eipe Bulier*s Coconut :...·! oz. can lOc Southern Style Coifi'fi 14c H) 3 Ills. 39c Early Call Fancy 'J'eaclies 2 Ibs. 25c Evaporated Cake Flour 2$£'ll. ]fcir. 23c Sno-Sheeu Heinz Slaciironi, 2--l?-o/. CHS 25c In Tomato Sauce N. B. C. RITZ C R A C K E R S 21c, lb. ' pksr. Heinz Soups ..... ....... . ............ 2 cans 25e With Exceptions Na]i(Iui Soap ........................ large bar ac Fel's -- Housewife's Favorite Rice Flakes ............ fiJa ox, pfcg. lie Ileinz-^-- Crisp and Fresh Usco afaearoni ............ 3-lb. pkg. 23c Long Style TjttuiKlrv Soap ........................ 6 liars 25c Usco -- Quick Cleansing TIsco Soap .,, ........................... fi cakes 25c While Milled or Green Toilet Oysters pint 2-lc Standard Deviled Crabs 3 for 25c Ideal for Lent USCO SOAP ................ 6 cakes 25c Floating- Soap G Small Cakes lac PEACHES 2 No. 2Vz cans 29c Del Monte -- Sliced or Halves USCO SOAP 6cakes25c Coco Hard Water Soap SOAP P.QWDER, 2-16 ox. pkgs 9c Usco -- Quick Sufls GROUND NUTMEG McCORMICK'S BKE BRAND Sift Tin 9c lb. 23c N. B.C. WAFERS Cocoamit--You'll Like Them FANCY RICE lb. pkg. 6c TJsco--Make a Pudding- BON AMI can T i c Cleansing Powder YANKEE B L U E I N G pint bottle 7c For the Laundry 0.\ SALE FAM) SATL'JtDAY PORK LOIN lb. 22c \Vliole, Hair or End. Center Cut Chops 26c lb. PORK BUTTS ..... : ....................... lb. 21 c Cook It With Kraut BRSCK CHEESE .................... !fo. 18c ' iMakcs Good Sandwiches F R A N K F U R T E R S ................. lb. 21 c Everyone Likes Them JUMBO BOLOGNA ............... lb. 16c Tasty Flavor SAUSAGE .................................. lb. 22c Link or Country Style Meats JUBILEE COOKED ' HAMS 12 to 14 lb. Avff. Whole or Sliank Half Butt Half 37c JD . lii.cit-- 30e Hi. ON SALE FRIDAY AJfD SATUBDAY ib. 21 c MEAT LOAF Old Fashioned DAISY CHEESE lb. 20c Medium Sharp LOIN STEAK ib. 38c Tender Juicy RIB ROAST ib. 32c Branded Beef CHUCK ROAST ib. 30c From Grain Fed Steers PLATE BOIL ib. 18c For Vegetable Sonti Average 2 lb. 2 oz. tu 2 lb, 8 oz. CELLOPHANE 1VKAPPED 89c

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