The Progress from Clearfield, Pennsylvania on February 20, 1937 · Page 2
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The Progress from Clearfield, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Clearfield, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 20, 1937
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THE CLEARFIELD PROGRESS, CLEARFIELD, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 1937 PAGE SEVEN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES--Just Waft- US By Martin WHAT ON IS THE V\ATVE«.? THt MtAKKtME « BUB ONLY BOOT« AMD CORA RWWLR JOE PALOOKA-Gotta Ketch Him By Ham Fisher Joe, HAS SEARCHED ALU MIGHT FOP KNOBBY BUT HAS FOUND NO SIGN OF HIM . P-D1NT HE i ( FVEN COME IN , , ~ I'M SORRY "1 PER HIS ^;- IS/R.PALOOKA, - CLOTHES «? V V HE W-WULU DIN'T f HE LEAVE ME. f A NOTE OF | SOME. KINDT ,- OUD MAN. YASSUH-ISEEN A MAN VJHICH LOOKED LIKE -TO' DISCRlBESoHEGITON D'NOO YO'K TRAIN VMIF' OUT A HAT AN' COAT. · W-WHEN'S IHE HEX' TRAIN T'NOO ( VORKf" OH GOUTY GOSH, GEE WHIZ- I GOTTA KETCH h " M ~~~~ ^f DEY AJrOTOME "TIU_ \O IN DE N0'N\N' Marriage License Applications Harold Edmund Graham and Eflte Ruth Coble, both of Graham Township. Carl Moriarity of HaWk Run and Mildred Burge of Morrisdale. William Ivan Holes and Joyc* Edna Termin, both of Chest Township. Orrin Harris Gates of Thomsontown and Daphne Alicia Blake at Westover. Herman Luzier Singing On Greensburg Radio Herman Luzier of Clearfteld has become a very happy and well known radio performer through Station WHJB at Greensburg on Frank Dudgeon's program where he has bten a fixture since January 25. He is accompanied by a banjo player, his cousin, Elmer Triponey. Herman dees cowboy songs, mountain ditties. He has also appeared on WAAF programs at Chicago. Herman can be heard every day except Sunday between 12 and 12:30 at noon. Clearfield wishes him luck. ALLEY OOP--As One Cat to Another By Hamlin WELL, WHAT TH' - ff?? WHERE'S DIMMY-'I'D SIA/EAC THIS IS WHERE I LEFT 'IM/ BLAST THEIR HIDES,! TOLU 'EM WOT T'GO ' FROM HECE / OAMG TH' tuck! IP THEM GU4CDS HADWT SHOWED UP WHEW 7HEV DID, I'D HAVE FIXED OL' WUR FOC GOOD AW ALL// WOW I GOTTA GIT BACK T'P'NNV AMD SCCAM - 6Y GOLLY, THIS AINT SO FUWNY.' THAT GAMG OF THUGS EVER KETCH © 1937 BY NEA SERVICE.iNC. T. M. REG. U/STVAT. OFF. Men's Furnishing* FLEGAL'S Watch Friday's Progress For List of Uced Can f f MITTS MOTOR CO. CleariMd A Curweita»lH« OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople A Mi' M -- r_6Mr, L A.P£v WHILE NIGMT r-i^MIMo,OW PAY' ·RECENT TRIP 'SOUTH, 1 INVENTED A LITTLE IDEA THAT WILL V,FVOL..UTlOSJir.E THE IKTDUGTRY -T- LIVING IN TH' CELLAR WM\l_ HE WAS WIMTEFMNJG IM TH' SOUTH MU^T HAVE -BROLJSHT BACK SLOA/INkS TH 1 i TIME HE 7 LI THERE SIK1CE TH' YEAM / TH' MOONSHINE BEEK1 OSl TH 1 CELLAR BEACH/ IT MI-SeCHMOZZLE TO A TAILLIGHT CRIMSOW/ TIEU TO THE: PISM LIME, ILLUMINATES THE MOO*-; fjO "THEr FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia T.M.Ma».«.Mr.OfF. Thf P h i l . i t h i - a ( ' L i - - . n U i " M r ' l i i - r t i . s t C l u . i r h i i n ! . . ! t l r . h m n r · ! A 1 s .John \ V o u l i ali;r l"i a t n n ' . ' U i i p | M ' i i n l u . f u . i " I M"- f h . i i ' l i ' . v l ' n l ! , . i m - l i u i r i M i . i . « l M r - i ' u l k H i u l i ' . : :i I ( . i n u l v .. "· n"'- i!'..'. 1" i · i n i ! " ; l '·'.' W h r n - I." ; i ' ! i i | ' l " V ' l 'I' 1 ' 1 " ' ; Mr- Pdll.'iii'.tiui n v. illi .1 ( · . U i ' i i t r M I N \V I'. ! I" '·'.'·' · l | t l 1 ' ' Mi'M. N . i r i i u r I ' . ' H k . . 1 I ' h ' h p - " ^ ' - i ' 1 - ' 1 r , . t m n r . l I I . . . I P - . , 1 1 . ! a - - ' '·' | . l i ' . ' a n ; v i s i t \ s i 1 l i t i n i i . - i . - . t i - r . Mi'.-. - I ' ' ^ ' I l i i i l i i . ' " I | ) , . y l i i n . ( ) h i o I,., | ,s;i .1' r i ' t u i ni'd !n t l n ' i r hmnr in l.i'|"ii t. ' l : l ! ' ' " ' ' " |s »prn(niK twn wci-ks w i l l i M- ''"'I Mi.. S A l . i u d i i .it I ' l i n 1 'I up Wr .Hi' \ ··; y : o i i y lii In ,11 'it t i n of Mi h. CUilon U u i n u . u i i i i ul . M n i u i i i i C ' i i t , u'ho was buried on Fri, ' . , · .a Ihr Bradford Cemetery. Tin- Dorcas Class of th? Brethren t ' h i n v h hi Id t h e i r monthly moetinc; ' H i ' 1 l i ' i i i u 1 of Mr. and;. K a r l V. - i . mi F r i d a y evening la: t. Tlv.-y . |H i , t .1 vt'ry pleasant ovi-nim: and . ! i t - , .'lose a \ r r y tasty Unu-h \vas i \ cil. Th'-iv wi'i-o f i f t e e n m;-mbi-rs .\inoni-: the sii-k folks are Harry l i \ o i i . Mrs. .U-sso Dukf, C a l v i n Wis.,: . M I I I u! Mr. and Mrs. Paul \V;:".ir. i in M. f.iiay cviviinM a few f r i e n d s nl M i . . . Andrew Kowlos dropped i n TH l u - l p I f t rflebrate h e r birthday The r \ i ' i i i n « was .spent quilliiiK and M,.Ui-l rrri'ivi-d some nice sifts. . i i . l m Paul Rupp of Wi^hinfilon D. l ' u . ' i i n l his parents rm Tuesday and '.','.'dnr.sday of wi't'k. "m his ro- lurn he was accompanied by G. Wel- don Muir. Bill says, "if he can't get anything else to do he will help F. D. R. run things." The W. C. T. U. met for their regular monthly meeting at the home of ' Mrs. Ashley Duke, Friday night. There | were seven members present. After the business meeting several members put on a little Playlet entitled, "The Old Woman in The Shoe. Arthur Maines of Clearfield visited his mother, Mrs. Henry Kephart on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peters and ! family spent Sunday with Mr. and I Mrs. Earnest Mulhollan of Mosh- j anuon. ! A pleasant surprise party was held j in honor of Josephine Peters at herj i home February 8th. There were 15 ! present and she received many nice ' iits and a delicious lunch was serv: ed by Mrs. Peters. j Willard Lansberry spent the week I 1 nd with his home folks. i Mrs. Newton Burger is slowly re- i covering at her home on High street. Mrs. Russel Mullen and sons, Tommy and Owen, and Bernice Mul- \ / \ A A A A A A A /\ A A FINE CUP COFFEE Lb 17c Leo. T. Eggers Phone 344 to go to her home in Plymptonville. A goodly number of interested members of the Woodland Methodist Church assembled in the church basement Wednesday evening to hear the broadcast of the Million Unit Fellowship Movement and the farewell to Dr. E. Stanley Jones. The group held a short prayer service, followed by an enlightening talk | on the Million Unit Fellowship Movement. Then all gathered around the tables for a light lunch and listened to the broadcast. The radio that was installed for the evening was the property of Mr John Pickles, a faithful member of the Woodland Church, who because of illness could not be present, but whose presence in spirit was lelt as the group fellowship together. Only the 1937 G-E HM It! "FOCUSED TONE" See Ui Today HENRY I. BROWN Hyde Phone 82S-J-I FOR BETTER FOODS SHOP AT DAIRY FOODS. Inc. Sterling Gas and Lubrication Firestone Accessories JAMES B. BEARD "Old Town Road" "Oh, baby, and that is your Sunday coat!" "Well, 1 can't always pick the right day to fall down." hollan were shoppers in Clearfield Saturday. Mrs. John Lonjin, who has been a patient in the Clearfleld Memorial Hospital, is now at her home on Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Turner and family spent the week-end with their daughter, Mrs. Doyle of Pittsburgh. Miss Jane Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Young was surprised when some of her friends, 17 in number, dropped in on her Sunday. It was her birthday. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Young. Miss Betty Jane McDowell spent the week-end with friends at Shawville. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Pellerite and Miss Levoy Lytle spent Sunday last at Grampian. Other folks on the sick list are: Mary Jane Butler, Viola McDowell, Mrs. George Maurer, Ruth Shirey and Mrs. Charley Cowder. Miss Phillis Melkrtt of Clearfleld visited her sister, Mrs. Horace Lansberry. Mrs. Elmer Duck is recovering from a fall which she received when she fell down the cellar steps at her home. Mrs. Marion Kugla and children, Mrs. Scott Rowles and daughter Louise visited friends at State College Saturday evening. The Methodist Church is preparing to hold a "Joash Day" on Sunday, March 21st. The service will be in pageant form and promises to be very inspirational. Mrs. Sara Maines visited her son at Altoona Saturday last. Mrs. Victora Liberator! is recovering from an attack of grippe. Mainard Mullen of Mineral Springs shopped in Clearfteld Thursday. The Methodist Sunday School is planning an entertainment entitled "Grandmother's Rose Jar." to be given in the School Auditorium on Friday, February 26, at 8 p. m. The program will be varied with readings, vocal solos, group singing, instrumental numbers, stories, etc. Ashley Duke visited his sister, Mrs. Louise Learish, on Thursday. Mrs. Learish, who was confined to her bed lor three months, has been able R E T A I L DIVISION S T O R E S ) \ Marked wii h I BLUE KfYSTONf We carry all the latest and best MAGAZINES Select from our Racks AUGHINBAUGITS DRUG STORE THIRD ft MARKET 8T8 Before You Buy TIKES Consult Us! 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