Somerset Daily Herald in Somerset, Pennsylvania
3 Apr 1930

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3 Apr 1930

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Bass Ider Ifica h Storie celebrations a non a of interest to visitors at left i Huguenot Church top Washington worshipped top Sardens lower right. C. A a3 Charleston right fort s c in april include Church where ton the Man As Folta was Clear Yuniter lower left and beaut fill Llu it a a the satisfaction of officers by the sex waitress. Admitted confidante of parian. Charleston. S. An Landing of the first French Huguenots fleeing from i it persecution in ent glories of this historic old City naive or i ill live again in april. Famous gardens of Charles the City will celebrate. April to ton will at the Neight of try or 13. Its .50 years of existence the Spring Beauty for the visitors while the anniversary of the original parades sports. And traditional to element charts town and the Southern hospitality will be other funding of the province of Caro attractions historic spots in Charleston in knights Templar from this coun elude fort Sumter scene of the first y and the British Empire will of civil War Battle fort Moultrie Rve april i to 3 the Seshu Centen which repulsed a Strong British Fleet of the founding of York rite in 1776 St. Michael a Church where try in the Western hemisphere. Washington and Lafayette worship bargain prices on our groceries at All times in the Only French protestant piety of South Carolina will Cele. The 250th anniversary of the Ped and St. Philip s Church whose Steeple served As a Beacon for ships much in America the Huguenot rom m3 until a few years Ite ago. X-m1hister Washburn is dead in Vienna i Woodrow Romesberg both at Home. William Werner William Warner 72, died monday night at his Home in Greenville township. He is survived by his widow and the following children Fred Frank Elmer and Daisey All of it James John and Al Vienna apr. 2�? a a Albert h. Fahs bum former United states j ter to Austria died tonight at Hubbard o. Hospital Here. Washburn recently Bert All of Greenville township. He sited the United states after Gil-1 also leaves a brother Herman wer St b. Stockton was appointed a or of Greenville township and Ster to succeed him but he re three Sisters mrs. Herman Shockey led to Austria to clean up some and mrs. Mary Steinley both of stalls. I Pocahontas and or John con in was taken ill with a severe cold Rad of new Gas lit several Days ago. He was 74 years funeral set views will be conduct id. Recent deaths cd at 2 this thursday afternoon in the Pocahontas reformed Church. Burial will be in the Church Ceme Heinz fresh Cucumber p okies Jar. Heinz pea soup. Heinz celery soup. Heinz Rice flakes 2 for Heinz breakfast wheat 19c 19c 19c 25 r 25c Tery. Charles Statler j Charles Statler seven year old son of or. And mrs. Alton Statler mrs. R. G. Walter mrs. Mabel Grace Romesberg Valter 30, wife of Robert g. Wal of Rummel died tuesday evening by of Garrett died at 11 30 tuesday at the Windber Hospital following fight at the Wentzel Hospital Mey an operation for acute appendicitis Rysdale. She was a daughter of or. The lad had suffered previous at by mrs. Madison Romesberg of tacks but apparently had recover Barrett. In addition to her husband1 de. He was seized with an acute at. Of parents she is survived by six tack monday Wildren All at Home. J funeral services will be conducted these Brothers and Sisters also thursday afternoon in the Rummel survive mrs. L. M. Newman Gar Church of the Brethren in charge itt mrs. N. F. Bittner Altoona of the Rev. Or. Graham pastor of Laura Ruth Joseph Esther and the Berkey Church of the Brethren Fulia All at Home Leonard Romes burial will be in the Berkey Ceme. Erg of Rockwood Samuel and Tery. Public Square Somerset a. New blouses with Paris touches to $4-98 Hie Start jacketed suit that has a Channing Little milk one Watt to t fashion Success these Flat crepe sate a oases Nam a erne Sis a a Erat Roan a a a a Flah that a Law them look much higher priced than tiny tally Ami Folia bows belts and other new to amp nos. Pastels pants and Spring shades Chase and Sanborn Seal Brand Coffee Pound. 45c special blend Coffee la. 39c Golden Santos Coffee. Frest roasted la. 25c 2 la Roll Clover Bloom butter93c i la print Clover Bloom butter. 4gc mussels bread. Round round Long. 8c Square loaves and whole what banquet Bacon. Nice and lean la package. 33c armours Star sliced Bacon Pound package23 he country eggs at the cheapest Price in town at All times Limburger cheese in Glass Jar 25c pabs Tette cheese bx23c soft Brown sugar 3 la 25c 5 la. Franklin sugar35c Franklin powdered sugar Box. 12 he Royal Ann cherries. 33c 6 can tomatoes soup. 25c helmet peaches fancy can 25c pineapple Large can. 29c apricots Large can. 33c armours milk 3 for. 25c Sauer Kraut Large can 2 for 25c pumpkins Large can. 14c 5 of bottle Vanilla Reg 35c bottle. 29c Large can Royal baking powder. 45c Small can Royal baking powder. 25c i la can Rumford baking powder. 33c h la can Rumford baking powder. 19< 25 of can k. C. Baking powder.25. H la can k. C. Baking powder. 10c 18c can Wax bean 2 for. 25c 18c can peas. 15c 23c can peas extra fancy 18c jello All flavors 3 for 25c Cocoa wan More i la by for. 10c h la can Lipton Cocoa 1 la can Lipton Cocoa National biscuit cakes crackers 2 la by Premium flakes 32c 2 la by Graham crackers 32c 2 la by soda crackers 27c 2 la by Oyster crackers 27c i tin butter wafers 34c sugar wafers lb25c Robena cakes lb25c Apricot jumbles la. 21c cart wheels cakes lb18c Jonnye cakes la. 16c Pearl Hominy 5 la for. 25c for House cleaning mops and handles buckets and brooms. Wall paper cleaner 4 for 25c san flush23c mity Nice toilet soap 4 for 25c Quaker com meal in by 13c Horae ground Corn meal to la bag.35c Flavo pastry flour 25 la Slop i Sweet Cream flour 25 la. Slip to la Diamond Crystal Salt. 25c Swan Down cake flour. 33c Postum Cereal. 21c instant Postum. 25c and 45c Cream com starch. 10c it Jar Mustard with Mason Jar Cap s be. 19< it Jar jumbo Peanut butter Pound so. 25c i. Jar Queen olives 21c 7 of can Permentus. 15r i la can Crisco. 25c 1� la by Bakers Coconut. 14c i Jar Mayonnaise. 19c 19c h it Jar Sandwich spread Diamond Crystal Shaker Salt box7 he iodised sait by. Ile Papst malt syrup Large can 49c All kinds of scrap Tobeaco 3 for25c mothers China Oats Quick and regular. 35c Large round Oats Quick and regular. 25c shredded wheat. 10c puffed Rice. 16c puffed wheat 2 for25c Kelloggs Pep 2 for25c Kelloggs All bran 2 for.  ____25c Post bran flakes 2 for25c Staley Golden table syrup 2h Pound can. 22c 5 la can. 39c canned Hominy 2 for 25c it can Lippincott Sapple butter25c 1 Gal can Lutz so Schamm Apple butter. 79c 2 can tomatoes. 26c 2 can Cora 25c Golde Bantam Cora. 19c shoe Peg Cora. 19< pure Leaf lard. 2 la 27c 5 la Pearl hominy25c 25c 19c 33c so 5 lbs Quaker rolled Oats California med. Green Lima Beans. Fancy Blue Rose Rice 3 la. 2 la puffed Sun maid Rai. Sins. 29 40-50 prunes. 2 for 35c California peaches. La 21c fancy Blenheim apricots la 30c Cora flakes 2 for 15c Diamond Brand California walnuts 1111 ii i la 29c Spanish salted peanuts. 19c fresh Candyth 19c Jelly Bird egg Candy 2 la. 25c for House cleaning old Witch ammonia Large bottle. 29c Small bottle. 7c Octagon soap Large 4 cakes 25c p amp b. White laundry to for 65c merry War Lye. 2 for 25c Octagon soap powder 2 for 15c Octagon soap chips 2 for 15c Ivory flakes Small. 8c Ivory flakes Large. 20c Wash boards. 49c and 69c carpet tacks. 5c 10c cake toilet soap 5c Velox. Small 8c Large 15c fab8c 2 for15c smart modes for the new season $4.94 Bright crepes chiffons of vivid Hue distinctive prints not a single important fashion for Early Spring is missing this Sale styles a new at 1930�?details, colors fabrics att those that have a Bright future in the Spring Model selection is varied for every occasion from business to Tea time. Plenty of Blacks amp High shades of Spring frocks for it very Type of smart Femi nity for Street Wear for dancing for office school or daytime. Featuring hats of Straw in Chic new fashions Quaker Cora mean to la bag 45c these Are our specials for Friday and saturday Wisconsin Long Horn Cream cheese la. Armours pork and Beans with tomatoes 3 for 25c 25c 2 Large cans solid pack tomatoes fancy regular 20c can for29c 4 la. Bananas25c Large Crisp Stock celery12f�c ice Berg head lettuce8c 60c Florida India River oranges doz47c Large grape fruit9c Ca. 3 for25c Bittnerr a department store formerly Bittner amp in Tiffe 153 w. Main St Somerset a. Bangkok Algol never were straws a colors so Lovely this collection inc veiling brims the to Resine drooping in tiny versions. In Baku Panama Laque. So exquisite in texture or so becoming. Hides the forehead re glaring sides and pie Unes in Many inter Lack and i huh colors. $1.88 to $4.98 Bittnerr a dept. Store Somerset a 153 w. Main St. Fiji

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