The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 11, 1930 · Page 7
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March 11, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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TI E S D \ V M U U ' l l 11 HUO OUT A EN? Vegetable Gardens Coming Back \ItM the war w i t h its enforced ·vegetable jrr wing us a war measure \ ('Ketablc sa dcnmg ^s5nt into tem- joi,iiy e c l i p t 1 am! vegetable garden^ w h i c h had do ted everv small lot d u i - 1iiK the w a i rims disappeared and Rave pUce \~ llowcr KardPiwi In a Kieat m a j o i i t y ot cawsi, the tamtly «u deuuig bui don passing to the dts- tait -,ide of th 3 house The pendulum has now swung in (be other direction and vegetable gardening is coming back to th« pla"e its Important.! 1 normally deserves in t h e ' h o m o Kiouncla In urban centers t ! u e is an t x i t l l t M U icason foi abandoning; \eKCtablo maidens TUla is the ilno \ a i i e t ol fiesh vegetable 1 ! car- j i e d by ereon j-ropers vi ho are numerous, the combination ot fruit and ·vegetable s t o r j bun'.; a modern development \ \ i t h the m o u m e n t towaicl the 6itburl4 and Hit; ( o u n t r y , especially ( l u t i n g the summer months, it is not so e.iby to telephone or step over to tho stoio and make selections. The automobile has tended to make dls- tanto of much leas Importance than It DA11,Y COURIER, CON \fELLSVILLE, PA. New Sprin g Print Dress as PAGE SEVEN. WHS a few years igo The vegetable garden becomes a rent convenience ind once established It Is a hom«j utll ty that will aot be dispensed with 01 vegetables to be gathered at one's i\vn back door saves many steps mud gasoline and considerable Ume I n addition, there is the one unputchasable factor of quality No matter hi w we'll refrigerated j ( a n d cared for, stoi e vegetables cannot have the same fine Quality as thoao gathered a few nituutea before the go into the kettle and to the table Then, too, the Iiome garden offers a chotco o.f varieties which the market does not give Mai ket gardeners are conservative, f u s t to staples and productiveness a« nore of a criterion in selecting seeds of varieties tnan \ quality. They are slow to discard an j old reliable tor c\n Improvement For vailety and quallt vegetables must bo giown at home If tho vegetable garden space is small, special'ze and g i o w those vegetables you ca \'t bn ' or varieties that are not In Ue 11s 6 of the market gardener. Uo you have to light a match to find grape jelly? , . . Plenty of light in the fruit cellar saves endless bother. WE§T PENN POW I K CO EVERSON U. B. REVIVAL WILL END WEDNESDAY Being Conducted by ROT. ti. B. Householder, The Pastor. 30 PERSONS CONVERTED Special to The Courier.' KVKHSON, March 30.-- Evangelistic ^ K I V I O ^ B at tho Luite'I Brethren ClniKh will continue until Wednefaila} e \ e m i g M«mn 13. Kcv Paul P .Mickey, who has ,irea(.l\ed for the last thiee^ weeks has ietuinel to his home ,it 1'hilllpi.bni,,' Rev G K Houso- Jioidei pastor o, tho church, will jiio.uh Tuoathiy and Wednesday at T -U oc-loiK Thomas Filer will sing On bumlay evening several lpauU- lul selections woio lendered by a tiio composed of Thonuu Filor, Mia. Ruth AUnKtu Stevonson o£ Johnstown, and 3?ev. O. B Ho -eholder There have beon aboot -iO poiwns converted. The public la invited to attend these meetings Mis Joseph Smith is visiting with relatives in Pittsbmg Mr. Smith also spent so\er,a days laut week In Pitts- iburg A meeting o£ tho ofllcUl board of tlie United Biethnm Church will be held at the church on Tuesday eve- ·ni K Mr and M-s Cl arlcb Remaley of Palnte-i Htre-et, spirit the week-end ad the guesta of ) eiatlves in Pitts- FARM WOMAN " IENEFITED After Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabla Compound Lickdftlo, Pa.--"Brfons I was married, my mother and sister and I did all the farming work oa a 64-aere farm f i r olevra years I married a farmer and now in addition to my houae- iv irk and tho cars of my children I ' lp him with tho outside work on 01 r farm. After m v last child ·waa irn, I began to I Buffer as many women do. Finally o_ur family doctor told me to try T ydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, f did and now I am anew woman anil I know that good health a better than riches "--MRS. CLTDB I. SHERMAN, R. jfl, Lickdalo, Pa . Kred Lent^ of Biown street, is ber- ioiaty 111 at Ida homo here. Mr fxent/ auifored a ati-oke .severjil years ago Mr 1 * Hoy Spicer, who haa been all at hot homo hwe for several daya is a little bettoi Her many friends wish Jiei a spt-edy receive y Wins Heading Contest, Victoria Spano of LaJte Lynn school won tho eighth grade loading! contest of Sprlngbill township held last night at Point Marlon with approximately 500 persons in attendance Janet Campbell, also of Lake Lynn, was second The spelling elimination will bo held on Tuesday night, March 1. BETTER LIGHT JKMWK5 LESS BOTHER N E E D MONEY 24 Hour Service Courteous Attention Complete Privacy Repayments to Sutit Your (income FINANCE Cu Second Floor 112 West Oawford Avenue Ov« McCrory's J and 10 Cent Store) CONNEJLLSVII.LE, PA. CanjwU.vill. 3-4 Open S JO to 5 -- Sat«rd»y S JO «o 1 -- 1ICENSED »Y THE 1 f A f»-- LOANS % *3OO Patronize Those Who Advertise A NEW PEAK IN RADIO .RFORMANCE GAINS REPORTED IN BABY CHICK INDUSTRY In all 49'* com menial poultiy bate hei lea In the United States hatched :J,977,768 salable chick* in January this year, a-* compared with 3,189.731 chic ka fn Januaiy last year. A comparintin of orders for chloka for delivery dining t i e year indicates an increase of 43 7 poi cejit over the same date a year URO Additional information submitted 'iv hatchorymen Indicates that tho total hatchings Joi 1«30 uu»y total about 17 pel cent more than the total in 1929 Summit SUMNH'i, .Match 11.--Mrs. Sebastian and daughter Alice, visited at \ indeibltt ovei tho week- cm! Mr and Mi i C P 1'nton und son, Olarejue. \»ei ( a H l n s IH the fotvners aunt, Mrs x i u u l i a I'tiuod, at (kn neiisv HP M!v M o ! ' i iin! L i \ i e u c e Rhodes 3E \ t l l M J l l t tf II p i ' l l l S U l n i a v W i t h tlH'll uii'it. M i s ' I* I p t u n e tliuse nho advertlue HEAR Apex Snper-Screen-GrMI Radio -- Apex Multi-Phase Circuit Apex FullTone-CoJor Electro - dynamic Speaker. Only $115 (less tubes). Other Apex Radios from $46 to $160 (lesa tubes). Convenient terms. WERTHEIMER MOTOR CO. West f I'hone 19tt. BACKfUISIINE ·Jter Mu»lrrole--*oo(hutc, tait - i» applied one a eveijr hour (or S hour*. You ihould even f»ti b«»«r«/tat fit«Ktpp!lc»t!9 C'ounellsville, Pa. X 77c Clove color P ore styles n nfew fast int Dres: es. All col- IdgfrlHai 206**PITTSBURG ST-21Q. CONNELLSVILLK; [A, WE GIVE :·#/.".GREEN^ STAMPS k . ' ' V ·-. ^ FILL YOUR BASKET WITH THESE SPECIALS! 5 Lbs. Tine GRANULATED SUGAR 2 Cans. Campbell's Pork Beans 2 Cans Campbell's Tomato Soup 2 CANS C A R N A T I O N MILK Ladies' Silk Hose Regular $1.00 value. All colors. 77c Men's 20c Wo-k Sox Black, navy, bro 1 /n and grey. 7 pr. 77i Boys' $1.50 Dress Pants One special lot, mostly all sizes Your choice 77c "Dormitory" Pillow Cases Sizes 42x36 3 for 77C Children's · 1 · Shoes Sizes 3 to 8 only. Special lot to $2.95 values 77c Ladies' Corsets Special lot, up to $3 values. Mostly all sizes 77c Boys' 50c Golf Sox 2 pr. 71 c "Tom Sawyer ' Blouses Sizes 4 to 15. No \r patterns, 77c Men's Athletic Union Suits 59c Values 2 for 77 s Men's "Van Huesen" Collars 85e Value EXTRAORDINARY S A V I N G S ! 3 for 77c: I Wednesday and Thursday Sateens Every wanted shade in high lustre sateens. 3 yds. 77c Scout Percales Light and dark co ors. New patterns. yds. 77c NEW SPRING DRESSES A Liberal Saring* on New Spring Brasses -- Featurlnjr Every Jfew Color and Style. All Sizes. CANTON FLAHNEL. 7 yds. 77c 10 Yards CHEESECLOTH 77c Silk and Velour Cushions 77c White Outing, 6 yds. 77c CRETTONES, 4 yds. 77c LINEN CRASH, 5 yds -77c "CotyV Face Powder Regular $1 00 value Spe cial Ladies' Hats Men's Black Sateen Shirts One special lot, up to $2 00 values. $1.00 value. "Big Yank ' brand Sizes 14 to 17. Boys' $1.00 Koveralls Sweaters In plain blue, Uhaki, stripe or Hickory Sizes 2 to S. Special lot, to $2.00 value. Slip-over style $1.00 Alarm Clocks "Sunlight" Aluminum All large cooking^ Uten sils Values to $1.50. Girls' Dresses Sizes 2 to 14. Special Druidd Muslin 36 inch unbleached 7 yd. 77 C Ironing Board Pad and Cover Pad made of waffle cloth; cover of unbleached sheeting, Silk Draperies Values to 79c Yard 2 yds. 77c LADIES' SILK HOSE, 2 prs. 77c CLOTHES HAMPERS 77c BOYS' $1 JO CAPS 77c 39c SILK SOX, 3 prs, 77c MEN'S PAJAMAS 77c Women's Lisle Hose 35c val. 5 prs. 77c M1LE-A -MIN U'J 1 B MAI IT Y BY-- Wertheimer Moto? Co.. W. Crawford Avenue* , THIS BOOK ffiOWAOAYS PARK? SHOUt-O ^m Ht$ CAR H,TC,H H , S I=^S1 OWD8R TK ro A NVHY So YOUNG- CACN ARE" GrETTINGr BUT i WANTED WERTHEIMER MOTOR 00. A N D THEIR USED C*RSVe YoO OTOMF 1D2J) Essex Coupe-- drhei only 8,000 miles. Five (rood (Ires. Knjflne in fine oondltlon. Good imlnt and npholsWry. Dow i payment $260; tmlivnrfi monthly. Cover up the speedometer on any of our RECONDITIONED CARS -- and you'll think you're driving a new one 1928 Essex Coupe, formerly owned by a careful driver. Driven 'only 1»,»0 mllett. Fh« yoort tlroi. US') dcrtvn payment; balance monthly. w USE OUR "CLASSY-FIED" ADS--THEY BRING RESULTS -*l

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