Clearfield Progress, February 21, 1966, Page 13

Clearfield Progress

February 21, 1966

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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - February 21, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania THE PROGRESS, Clearfield, Curwemville, Philipiburg, Methannon Valley, Po., Monday, February 21, 1966 PAGE THIRTEEN Area P-TA Meetings The Centre Elementary School P-TA will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. in the school. Room visitation at 7:30 p. m. will pre cede the regular meeting. The program will feature, William Johnston, principal of Clearfield Senior High School, who will speak on high school dropouts. A special P-TA Founders Day celebration will also be observed. All parents and teach ers are encouraged to attend. LUTHE RSBURG - "Found er's Day" will be observed to morrow night a* the meeting of the Brady Township P-TA. The speaker for the program will be Mrs. Donna Tubbs who will discuss the historical back ground of the Parent-Teachers Association. Also featured at the meeting will be a discussion on "How to Use Our Leisure Time More Profitably." Janet Tritt, Clearfield County home economist, will discuss handcraft and Sam Richards, Senior High School art teacher, will demonstrate various types of handcraft. Mrs. Charles Harvey of the DuBois Art Cen* ter will discuss and demonstrate oil paintings, water colors and pastels. The three panel speakers will also serve as judges for the "County Fair" that will follow. Thirty-five blue ribbons and seven grand champion ribbons will be awarded to the best en-, tires in baked goods, art, handwork and canned goods. Refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting. Richard L. Keirn Electrical Heating Phone 765-6827 328 W. 7th Ave. Clearfield It's Wise to Be Thrifty It's Wise to Be Sure That's Why ADELMAN & KATOWSKY DEPT. STORE Philipsburg, is THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP AFTER ALL More PEOPLE BRING Their CLOTHES TO JOE'S Than to Any Other Cleaner in the Area JOE'S ONE HOUR CLEANER 319 E. Market St. Clearfield AMERICAN EXPRESS Money Orders Available Here 8 A. M. to 10:30 P. M. Daily , GUGLIELMI Drug Store State Street Curwensvllle Late Afternoon Mane Slated for New York PHILIPSBURG - Late afternoon service from Mid-State Airport, serving  Clearfield, State College, Bellefonte and Philipsburg, to New York City will be provided beginning March 1 by Allegheny Airlines. The flight will depart here at 3:33 p. m., IVi hours later than under present schedules, to New York City's LaGuardia Airport. Other New York flights leave here at 8:10 a. m. and 7:29 p.m. The evening departure is operated with one of Allegheny's new F-29J Vistaliner jet-props. Departures to Pittsburgh are at 10:09 a. m., 9:07 p. m. (both non-stop), and at 3:48 p. m. Arrivals here from Pittsburgh are at 8:02 a. m., 3:25 p. m. and 7:23 p. m. (Vistaliner). Flights from New York City arrive here at 10:01 a. m., 3:38 p. m. and 8:57 p. m. District Manager Larry O. Bowers said more jet-powered service will be added here as Allegheny continues its conversion to an all turbine-powered fleet. JACOBSON & ETZWEILER 2nd Street Clearfield Today's Reddy Rhyme Tike care of unexpected guest* The ultra-modern way-> Tour "aupermarket" freeter Will really aave the dajl PHOTOGRAPHERS' PHOTO SUPPLIES SHULL STUDIOS 111 N. 3rd St. Phone 765-5081 COOK and HEAT WITH Clearfield GAS 132 East Market Street Diamond Sets 32.50 up O'BRIEN'S JEWELRY STORE 20 N. 3rd St. Clearfield MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE PHILIPSBURG MAYTAG STORE 117 N. Front St., Phone 3424545 For Your GOOD Health � TBOlF"1111 MILLER DAIRY CO. 102 W. 2nd Ave. Phone 765-7853 BEARD OIL COMPANY HEATING OIL Clearfield-Curwensville Highway PHONE 765-3704 6. C. Murphy Co. Earnings Up in '65 McKEESPORT - G. C. Murphy Company's net earnings for 1965 were $7,822,276, equal to $1.87 a share, according to J. S. Mack, chairman of the board and president. This is a gain of $392,836"over 1964 earnings which were $1.77 a share. Sales of $286,536,281 set another new record, and. averaged $580,810, per store, a substantial increase;over the $549,-677 for the previous year. The company had 514 stores in operation at year end,, having opened eight, and closed six during the year. Present plans call for a more rapid expansion, with a minimum of 30 additional units for the 1966-67 period, many of them to be larger stores. Completion by midyear of a new Fashion Center in New Jersey, replacing the. present New York Center, will triple facilities for handling style and import apparel. Coalport Firemen Review Dinner Plans COALPORT - Plans for the annual St. Patrick's Day dinner were discussed at the Feb. 9 meeting of the Coalport Vol- unteer Fire Company. The dinner will be held Sunday, March 20, and ham or turkey will be served from noon to 5 p. m. J. Leonard Reeger was made an honorary member following 30 years service with the com- pany. Two new members, Carl Gilligan and Dean Miles, were introduced. Cards for the annual coin card collection are now being distributed in the area, it was reported. COMBINATION RECORD PLAYER & RADIO Was $29.95 Tomorrow . * 10.00 G-E BEDROOM CLOCK Lighted Dial-Was $6.95 TOMORROW 4.95 SELECTION OF TRIFARI JEWELRY off 97 PIECE TABLE ENSEMBLE FLAMESTONE STAINLESS DINNERWARE . . . 10-cup, Electric Percolator - 2 slice Electric Pop-up Toaster - � TOMORROW - ALL FOR . . . $ 39 95 BEST JEWELERS LEADING CREDIT JEWELERS Clearfield & Philipsburg The American Cancer Society estimates that almost three out of four colon and rectal cancer patients could be saved by early diagnosis. The Proctoscopic examination is a simple means to detect many of these cancers in time for successful treat* ment. 911 TREMENDOUS BARGAINS ALL DAY TUESDAY MASTER MIXED LATEX INTERIOR FLAT PAINT Check Sears Low Price Dries in 30 Minutes Regular *4.98 gal. ^m Gallon Paint and use your room the same day! Choice of 23 beautiful colors, plus white. Hows on smoothly with no paint odor. 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