Shamokin News-Dispatch from Shamokin, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1933 · Page 9
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THE SHAMOKIN' DISPATCH, SHAMOKIN, PA., FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1933 ?AGE NINE LEGIONNAIRES TO BE GUESTS OF COMMANDER Donald J. Zimmerman to Tender Pig Roait to Members of Lincoln Post in Keeping With Promise In keeping with a promise made almost two months ago, Commander Djft'ald J. Zimmerman has arranged tIglve the entire membership of Lincoln Post No. 73, American Legion, of Shamokln, a pig roast on Monday evening. (Steward William Smith and his assistant Dave Meredith will prepare the lunch. Tables will be set in the meeting room and immedi-ntpiv fnllnwinar the meetinir. all members will enjoy the feed. About the middle of December, the. mcmbershli) camDaiftn had brought in only 34 candidates. Commander Zimmerman then made his proposition in an unguarded momentthat If the post secured one hundred new members, he personally would give the entire membership a dinner. Every member took a keen delight In securing new members In order to 'stick" the tommander. Not only did they secure the required number, but up until last Monday night, they had run up a total of 133 new members. In an interview with Commander Zimmerman today, he stated, "My only consolation is that the price of pork is awful low today, and I only hope it stays low until I have bought these- pigs." re Removing Trolley Rails Shamokln and Mount Carmel Transit Company Workers Tearing Up the Centralla Line AT THE SHAMOKIN STATE HOSPITAL VISITING HOURS MouUy, WtMUy and FrkUf, t to ltM p. m., TuwUr, TbumUjr and Saturday, to Iit m. tit vitltlnf hours Sunday . The steel rails of the abandoned Centralla branch of the Shamokln and Mount Carmel Transit company are being salvaged by a force of men at the present time and are being trucked away as rapidly as they are taken up. Due to the fact that most of the sills and ties were removed by bootleg coal miners for use as props in their bootleg operations, the workers have little difficulty in ripping out the rails. Already more than 3,000 feet of rails have been sold to salvage Anns. The copper trolley wires were tak en down more than a year ago when the company abandoned trolley service and resorted to the use of busses between Mount Carmel, Centralla and Ashland. USE AIRPLANE IN REMOVING PAIR TO FEDERAL PRISON Miner Is Hurt Stanley Visniewskl, of 1209 Hemlock street, was admitted to the hospital last evening for the treatment of an injury to his left foot, sustained earlier in the week at the Colonial colliery, where he was working. Admitted Paul Covelcskl, Mount Carmel, left knee. Edwin Womer, Natalie, laceration of hand. Mrs. Verdie Koble, Shamokln, thyroid. Shirley Fisher, Shamokln, body lnlurles. Stanley Visniewskl, Shamokln, foot. Dismissed Mrs. Sophie Browskl, Stanley Chopllck, Betty Wagner, Walter Smiglelski, Charles Fagley, Isaac Dunkclberger and Edward Malick. DOUBLE WEDDING AT COUNTY SEAT A double wedding was In prospect for tomorrow at Sunbury following the Issuance at Sunbury of a marriage license, to two couples. One prospective bride and one groom are brother and sister. Both Vicks Puts New Ban on Bad Breath r the first time in federal rec- an airplane was used yesterday inaransportlng two federal prisoners from Boston to the penitentiary at Lnwlsburg, The prisoners, Francis Mahoney, sentenced to serve three years for forgery and Charles Anderson, sent up for two years for possessing counterfeit money plates, were in charge of Deputy Marshal J. II. Tighe, of the Boston federal district, when the plane landed at the Sunbury airport yestrday afternoon. A federal car was in waiting at the airport and transported the marshal and his prisoners to Lewis-burg. Deputy Marshal Tighe, after turning over his prisoners to Warden Hill, motored back to Sunbury and returned to Boston by plane. Introduction of Vicks Voratone Antiseptic the new mouth-wash and gargle by the m?kers of Vicks VapoRub brings real savings to users of antiseptics for halitosis (bad breath), oral cleanliness, and other usual antiseptic uses. The regular size is a large 10-ounce bottle usual 75c value for only 35c actually less than half the usual price of other quality antiseptics. In order that every antiseptic user may test it at small cost, Shamokln druggists now have a special trial size of Vicks Antiseptic a 25c value priced at only 10c, while their limited supply lasts. ON THE STAGE At The CAPITOL Big Special SUNDAY MIDNIGHT "Our Gang" Star SUNSHINE p r ammY and a Big Revue Thrifty Shoppers take advantage of ALETTS M 314 East Independence Street Opposite Reading Station SATURDAY 1 mm s PEOAl S AGAIN! Sale of 300 Girls' DRESSES Sizes 8 to 14 Jumper Styles and Jersey and Silk Combinations Be "Oakbrook" Full-Fashion Chiffon and Service Silk Hone , 59c Ladies Skirts and Silk Blouses $1 Each All Ladies and Childrens Coats Reduced r.iovJ.... 3 ' r20C Shirts OCC Saturday Is Dress Day Hundreds of the Newest Fashions Received Special for This Event Slaes 11-20. 38-48, 50-60. Abo 'i Sites EVERY DRESS NEW Iff Jl SD.50 DRESS SALE-Silk and Knit Dresses Any 2 Drr" $3 glrli and one youth are under 21 yean. Tha couples are George J. Etch-ner, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Elchner, and Lucille M. Mottern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Mottern: Roy C. Moyer, 23, and Harriet B. Elchner, 17. F. F. Campbell, 32, of Sunbury r. D., and Rebecca L. Snyder, 18, of Fisher's Ferry, also obtained a license. . For her work on the health and mental side of architecture Miss Grace Cope has been made the first woman honorary member of the Incorporated Association of Architects and Surveyors of England. Two Sisters Die Within A Week Mm. I'lirabeth Douglas and MIm Alice Watklns Die Few Days Apart at Danville Mrs. Elizabeth Mary Douglas, an esteemed resident of Danville, died at her home of a heart attack, lees than a week after her sister, Mia Alice Watkins, who passed away last Thursday. She was 66 years of age and was bom in Wales but came to America Record Breaking SHOE SALE when she was four yean of age. She was the daughter of the late Samuel Watklns and widow of Harry Douglass, who died J5 years ago, She had been In poor health for several years but had been bedfast only since tlie death of her sister. Because the journey on foot was rendered impossible by the shortage of water ftheep had to be transported by truck from Northern Irak to Damascus this season. Dr. Dean At A Bible Conference Widely Known Bible Teather Conduct Meetings at Northumberland to Dr. Ira P. Dean, famous Bible Teacher of Harrisburg, will be speaking In the First Baptist church of Northumberland, February 6 to 10 Inclusive, In a great Bible conference. Dr. Dean's messages are refreshingly different from any. thing you have ever heard, inasmuch aa they are "Sermons That Are Seen". These Epecial messages are Illustrated with beautiful pictures that Dr. Dean has himself compiled and arranged, the messages being copyrighted. Subjects for the conference are as follows: Sunday. 7:30 p. m. Faith. Monday, 7:30 p. m. The Influ- ence of Evil Associates. - Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.-Incentlwa " to Service. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.-Monkeys,-" Mule and Mfn. Thursday, 7:30 p. m.-When Ood Laughs. Friday, 7:30 p. m.-Tbe Deity of Jesus Christ. The public Is cordially Invited to , enjoy theae service. -AT- ELY'S SAMPLE SHOE STORE Now Entering Its Second Week Odd Lots of 4Q Ladies' Slippers Velvets and Suedes (all heels), $1 Ladie.Arch t 49 All Sizes Ladies Bedroom 1 Slippers Ladies' Rubbers (Ball Band) 29c Latest Novelties in Gray, Tan and Black at 1-3 Off 1 " " 1 "" r vr ll rv n n i n n n s Hi s y mm she I Men's Goodyear Welt Oxford, $149 Men's Scout Working Shoes fci nn With Double Sole" Bottoms of Boys' Felt Boots Up to 2 at 29c Men's Rubbers fQ n I Men's Bedroom A Q UJ7H Slippers tVZ Hundreds of Other Bargains too Numerous to Mention ELY'S SAMPLE SHOE STORE OPPOSITE READING STATION !5S23 Commencing Tomorrow SATURDAY, FEB. 4th AT 2:30 P. M. AND 7:30 P. M. $75,0 00 TOCK ZHMERHAN jrweiivea on EJkQk SOlllFtSI f Then we'd be UP where the heat goes, attending from radiators or registers. We'd be away from the chill and draffs that hong down along the floors! But it's so much easier to just pvt in a Ray-GIo, to flood fhe floors and lower area with heat that travels in LEVEL rays clear across the room penetrating heat, radiant and undetected like the sun's, and containing real ultra-violet rays! Radiant Gas Waafari JEWELRY STORE 36 NORTH MARKET ST. SHAMOKIN, PA. ESTABLISHED 1909 We will sell regardless of cost price or value our surplus stock of Fine Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Etc., to the highest bidder. This Auction is for a Limited Time. Therefore we advise you to take advantage of this opportunity. Seating Arrangements Have Been Made -0 ill IS!.-. ft Priced as low as $9.00 Cash I) Plus a small Charge for Installation FREE! A Beautiful Ladies' Diamond Ring Will Be Given At Each Sale, 2:30 . . . 7:30 FREE! To the first 25 ladies entering our store beautiful gifts will be given 7 Here'i a helr that does a riant heatln Job on a tnldjet ration of tas. It Is odorless, fumelns. foolproof, permanently adjusted for all pressure Tarlatlons of air and km ... and It emits healthful ILTRA-VIOLET RAYS In appreciable quantities. C Purchase gas appliances from us or your LOCAL DEALER. Pennsylvania Power & Light Company Zimmerman's Are Not Going Out Of Business BUT AS SOON AS STOCK HAS BEEN REDUCED' THIS SALE WILL TERMINATE. An Auction That Is Different 2:30 P. M., DAILY, 7:30 P. M. Sale conducted by Price Sales, Inc., Pa. .1 HA V

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