The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 24, 1939 · Page 13
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March 24, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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, AlARCH 2J, 1939 THE DMLY COTJRTER CONNBLLSVTLLE PA FAGS THIRTEEN Church Regional Rally Saturday At Greensburg A regional conference of the department of town and country cnurches o£ the southwest district of the Pennsylvania Council of Churches will be hold Saturday March 25, at the First Methodist Episcopal Church at Greensburg The meeting wiU open at 10 o'clock in the morning Purpose of the confeience is to bring together rural ministers and laymen of all denominations for discussion of the problems and possibilities of rural life in general and of the rural church in particular looking forward to a more elective program foi the rural charch The program follows Mormnff Session Rev H C Loughhead chairman of the Department of Town and Country Churches of the Pennsylvania Council of Churches, pi esidmg 10 00-10 15 worship period 10 15-10 55, subject ' Trends in "Sutal Life " Dr O E Baker division si farm population and ruril life, Jmted States Department of Agri- ulture Wasimgton D C 10 o5-ll 10, discussion 11 10-11 50, subject, 'Rmal Church Organization and Management Hev Mark Rich, Ph D , depaitment of town and countij work Northern Baptist Convention New York City 11 50-12, discussion 12 00-1 luncheon recess Afternoon Session Hev Jonn C Teyssier pastor ot the Mount Pelasant ind Laboratory Piesbytcnan churches Washington Pa R D 4 presiding 1-1 15, woiship period 1 15-1 45 subject, "And Some Are Wide Awake,' Re\ W M Clea\eland, E D synodical executive Presbyterian Synod of Pennsylvania, HaTJSburg 1 4o-2 la, subieet The Place of the Church, m the Comnunity Dr O E Bnker 2 15-2 30, announcements offering 2 30-3-lo pnnel discussion subject ' A Look Ahead for the Rural Church Dr O E Bal er Hev W M Cleat eland D D Mrs 1 C Gross, Rev Boss M H-uerfield Prof M E John Rev H C Loughhead Rev 3 C Myers Rev Mark Rich Ph D , Rev C R Thayer, W L Treager and Prof R Wnhs Ktrns chairman 3 15-3 45, subject ' The Task of the Rural Church, Rev Mark Rich, Ph D 3 45-4 discussion and questions, closing prayer and benediction Married Teacher Removal Loophole Is Seen by Mundy HARRISBUHG, Mar 24--A ban on married women teachers was stricken from -amendments to the tenure law but Senator JLeo C Mundy, Democrat, of Luzerne county, said he saw a loophole that might let school districts ^re married women The author ot the 1937 Tenure Act said ' There still js a clause which forbids outside activity which interferes with teaching School districts might interpret that to include the mamed status " Senator Frederick L Homsher, Republican, of Lancaster, chairman of the committee which knocked out its specific reference to married teachers, held otherwise, He said "The teachers still have the right of public beam g " Homesher scheduled for April 10 a hearing on the tenure amendments Introduced by Senator Franklyn Spencer Edmonds, Republican, of Montgomery GUARANTEED REBUILT and REPOSSESSED MERCHANDISE Low Pricesr Auto Radio -.- $18.50 Home Hndio ,, $7.95 Bugler Horns, .. $5.00 PASS. TIRES ns low nb 4:50x21 . ,, _ $2.00 4:73:lfl ,, _ . $3.00 5:30vl7 _ . . «,',.00 6:00vl(! ,, _ . ^.OO ALSO TRICK TIBES 82x8--10 Plj- 82\f--S IMj (:oO\20--( Ply Ecnsonablj Pritod! Only a Small; Down Payment on Our: BUDGET PL AN ···MMMiVMI«*^**""^""H""'«*Mi«W* A» T4# VoKt of firrtlone Mood** ·sever MattuttuHtc \ £ C K« J%e/t wi ""* Ttteftone Vac* cf jte* Fitfw ira teetkfy d^ri jg tbf noon tour »uro sufPir t JEHVICE STO»ES 122 V. Apple Street, rhoue 21. First Original Photo of Pope Pope Pius XII blesses the Cardinals and high pre'ates of the Roman Catholic Church who attended him at his coronation m \ n t c a n Cit This is first original photo of Pope since his o!e\ntion to tho Papncj Tax Collectors Jobs Would Be Abolished Spccii] to The Courier -aAHRISBURG Mir 21--Senior J Alber Reed Democrat of Wnth- ington coun i- v, introduced bills to abo}:sh the jobs of 4 000 tax collectors m boroughs, school distucts and scc- ord class tovvnshjps and ^ransfer their duties to tho county treasurer s ofliee Nafional Legion Commander Will Be Uniontown Guest UNIONTOWX Mar 2-4 --Stephen F Chadv. ick Nitjon.il cornm nclfr of the Amencm Legion \si!l U_ ^ ?^ ol honor it n lurch* on in \\ hite Sv. ^n Holt-1 Tue^di Ap"i 11 ^p,n- ·^orcd by I nf^M-ltc Po^ of th American Legion Work Continues On Yough Flood Control Survey Woik was continued by Umtel States Army engineers on the draft of the Youghiogheny IR . er lood con trol survey repoitl according to Lieutenant Colonel w E R Cove]) ir chaigc of the Piitsburgh district oftice Wale power studios are beng advanced on the rive- bisin in connection with the survey teport for that stream i F nal tvpmg on the definite pioject report is neanng completion ind th« platen relative thereto h a \ e been comple'ed and reproduced Prepontion of the repoi* on found tion and boriow n v ea mvesti- gltions at the dam site v, is cont nued Plant tible work progressed above Somcrfield on the flood control sur- ve^ Houtine tests were performed on ar siTiples from the proposed dtim sites. St-fpage studies on a section of the proposed dim v ere continued Phsi- cnl les's v.c e continued on samples from the rock foundation -it the dam site Ohiopyle OHIOPYLi; Mar 24--Mrs F K Bailey of Ohiopjle ind daughter Mrs FranK Funk ol Wasiingtdn D C , who is visiting her parents sport the week end visiting Mrs E W Harmon in Connellsville Mrs Fannie "Waters who hns been ill foi the pis v Uvo weeks, is still confined to ror bed Mr and Mrs Raymond Hill who ha\e spert the past several days wi h Mis ri-ills mothe- Mis Edith Joseph, returned Sa'uiday to their norne near Monica Miss Betty Hel- teibran accompan ed the Halls home to spend a several weeks visit Juoson Wolfe is confined to his home "w th a severe cold Mis Fi ink Baffeitv and daughter Mis Eugene Collins and daughter Jai et of Uniontown \isited Friday with Mrs El ? ibeth Rnfferty nnd Mis Annie Stuck t ord Lei hart student at West Virginia Umvers ty spent trie weekend at his home Mrs Emanuel Stark of Van Mete spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs Edith Joseph C W Martin visited Sunday with his family at Star City W Va Personal Returns Large GBEEkSBURG Mai 24 --West- moieland lesidents have made returns to the county tax board of ap- prox mately S31 000 000 jn stocks, bonds mortgages and o her securities on which they expect to pay a four- mill personal property tax for 1939 This is a substantial gain over last yeat uhen the returns were $29271,000 Trial of John Turza In Henry Foster Death Postponed to June UNION FO\\N Mir 2t --Tml of John Pur/ \ of Conm 1 wile th \ j, d uitn the. lutdcr of Henry D Fosh r 69 ^c^r o d Fr in^lin tcmn hip 'irm- *~c h-\s beta poMponod until he June term of cour District A lornej J-tmcr A RciUv siid he v,ou!d not prosct Jtc Kmt, Kontf Houston on ILUIUIU of a 1 ft. t*.rm imposed Jn ^es inorelind coun- tv H is rdicited ht e hat Cljfc Vi"h te m3 r r u r A pUn in W r s t n u r c 1-vnri count i when he Mo _rm opens U t re ConsUblc Son Frerd Bl TLr R M i - 2 t --CorKtu Tiom · U S Ci-tll n -50 nnd h s son Ci ir^te 20 ve-c found HuiI j - vL-J t of tht "i n i n f i of ^nncii R McK. i 24 R T rtnlum coii mirtr Hit *stxv \ t i r s E\e 5c and 10c Stores Sparkling New Colors Full Fashion "SHEER" Hosiery Beautiful sheer stockings to make your legs still lovelier' Ringless 3-thread chiffons with run-gaurd tops, heel -vvithm heel, sparkling colors SUes to 10%. Regular 5 Values Ladfes' BLOUSES Fashion dictates, fragile, feminine blouses See these low-priced lovelfes Slmntung nnd OrgiiTidics 59 "Fruit of the Loom" 1 Jitterbug ANKLETS New Pastel Colors. "The Hit of tlie Season" Before Buying bee our complete assortment You name it, we ha% e it "Queen Ann" Vanilla and Chocolate DiLICIOCfe l / 2 pound 'Fresh and Tasty" Extra Large pcund 202-04 PITTSBURGH STREET This big Super Ma-ket has bean designed and equipped with ha thought foremost in mind of saving money for thrifty food shoppers--many more items are carried in siocfe and every item is priced (ust tf low a possible because low prices attract more customers--more customers mean larger volume and mora rapid turnover which means that these low prices can be main- ta nod every day--you do nor have to wait until the week end for low grocery prices at AP Super Markets--you can shop any time and save alt the time 2 to 5-lb Rib Roast 2 to 5 POUND LOIN ROAST Ib 2lc Ib 17c Small *»nrfer I*nn to m--from fei,nq corn f«d porlori Enjoy d«l c ouj Port Roait wfiil* you can af low p tcoi-- ioon the i«oton v ll b* ovsr fh* quftiiiy not At good «nd !ri« pr!co h gfi«r Plan a d nner of Roast Port Candied Swat Pot*)o«* and Appl» Sauc* for Sunday dinner L*t Y oor AP M»at Market iave you money WHOLE OR STRING HALF 29c 13c RCADY TO SERVE--NO COOKING SHRINKAGE FILLET OF HADDOCK . . . 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Prices Below Effective in AH AP Food Stores in This Vicinity Eight O'Cbck Coffee Ok 39c AP Fresh A m o r c a i Largoil Silling Cofloi S nglt Pound He XV^ X A V,OI *White House Milk 4 d 22c B A K E D Pure R ch and NouruWrg Sunnyfletd Flow ^, ^_49c G O O D S ASP Own Flo jr--Mad* froTM Hns Whcati t r p«r «nc«d Mill, i ORANSE I/, Ib PEKOE pkg Win d Trip to World I Fa r--Alfc Manaqor for Dera li ©yr 2 Ib ' i Ib ucV 2lc Jumbo Bread »,,, 2u±,15c Gocoanut Macaroons ^IOB Doughnuts ^I R d«10e 3 ib. 25c Cherry Cake ^r .« n 39c 3 Lay«r \Vh f* 8«H«r with Ch«rry Icing and Fill ng

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