Record Argus 6/171916

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Record Argus 6/171916 - 1 to hi t 0 EXPOSITION PARK IN FULL SWING...
1 to hi t 0 EXPOSITION PARK IN FULL SWING Exposition Park, Conneaut Lake, June 17.—The animal session of the Grand Chapter of the Eastern. Star, of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, here this week brought the first summer weather of the season. While the weather up to last weak was wet and cold, 'this week was ideal in every way. the Grand Chapter having gained twenty- five ciiaptcrs and three thousand members during the past year, showed that it is very much alive. The meeting this your 'was their second visit to this resort, and was the most successsful meeting in the story of the Grand chapter. There was ver five hundred couple -in ••attendance t the Grand Ball and luncheon Thursay Thursay night, the closing night. The annual outing of the Suns of St. corge, of Allegheny county, McKoesport nd Eric was held here today. It took special trains to get the members and heir friends to the hike. It being the big xcursion of the season so far. The Undertakers Association of Penn- ylvania will hold their annual convention ere next week,'opening on Monday for a our days session. There will bo over five mndred.members and their, ladies here for he week. Mrs. Fred Murphy, Mrs. L. E. Torrey, Sva Carter, Mrs. H, A. Wiitson, Mrs. Milton Ebi-evc, Mrs, W. J. Stern, of Erie, vere the guests of Mrs. II. D. Holcomb at the Hotel Conneaut this week. Nircllns Orchestra', of Pittsburg, under tho direction of Mcrx, is making a big hit there this season. They have furnished tho music here for) a number of seasons ' and are more,pbpular than ever this year. June has become a popular convention month at this resort. This season tho Grand Lodge of 1. 0. O. F. with two thousand thousand members. The Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star with one thousand members and next week comes the Undertakers with five hundred members, making the nonth a busy one in this line. The season season will close with the annal convention ?f the Wild Life League which comes the iccond w6ek in September. W. P. Putman has taken over "Shore Acres," which includes one hundred acres of land with a shore frontage of three hundred hundred feet, on the'East.side. It will be laid out in lots, something very much in demand demand on account of about, all of the building building lots around the lake being taken up The most elaborate and appropriate celebration of the Fourth of July evci staged at this resort will be put on this year. Among the special attractions for the da>> will be v racinp, ball games, several several brass bauds and lire works on the lake in the evening. The big attraction for Mr. Chiunbcrs circus in which watches one of on was their, tin ring afternoon On Mrs. which The was the wrong, where disclosed was belonging 'tad been The gold Mary with diamond ring, a a solid Tho once got attempts the Tho features. lot a listurbcd turned to belief key young a ken. the small the secured the departed, him. in the in the left the are who, foremost town. 17, ago. associated before the the He one Pittsburgh. years the day will be a sham battle between the military companies of Meadville and Erie. This feature will be of interest to the big Fourth of July crowd that will bo there for the day on account of every body being in military training at the present time, and the fact that, the Pennsylvania National Guards are likely to become a. big arm in the -National Governments plans for preparedness. The Holslein Club, of Northwestern Pennsylvania held its big auriual picnic and reunion here today. The address of the day was delivered by Prof. M. E. Lighty, of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture. Tho Congregationlist church choir, of Meadvillo,' gave a concert in the parlors of the Hotel Connenut, Saturday evening, which was enjoyed by the hotel guests and many of tho cottage people. , Tho opening of the game fish season ' ." . . 11 P , i - ,,1 j-1 J. treasurer, criticfil Spring while river, condition New Bo nearby by summoned. nature cannot his because the his said Ancliew grew were 1000 men- Mrs Annie Calvin on Thursday brought out all of the old fishermen and many new ones. The catch for the day was one of the best ever made hero on the opening day, not withstanding withstanding the fact that the. season has been cold and wet up to within the past week. There lias been some spearing of game fish at night this spring. This matter should be looked after by the fish warden for the district. The Phi Delta Society, of Allegheny College held their annual banquet at the Hotel Conneaut, Monday night. Tlic B and O and Bcs&rmt'r raihoads will puNm a hpccial tram every Saturday or rinta Several icuii t is most attempted Kolman Pieraier in a been ball have brother in the liosplta] \voun4 * afternoon Rw^Conncaut Lake. This train will leave PiUsbiue at 2.16 eity time and \s ill make the i un throu"gTrtmhcr1ake making making but two stops The first ^ "Saturday Special" came in tonight on time June buries have been very much in vidence at tho Hotel Conneaut this sea- on, and they all come fiom the Pittsburg istrict. No less than suj^ewly man led ouple are guests of this hotel thte week The weather conditions heie during May and earjy in June were about as bad as lain and cold \\eather could maka them. The past week has been ideal vacation vacation weather and has p*ut the roads in Erst class condition for Automobiles. Floyd Wingslcy, principal of the Coch lanton public schools, wife" and twp child are at the Putnam cottage at th head'of th'e lake fqr flie summer Titteburg,<are at their cottage ^United,,, States, District Attorney lHumes, wife,nn.d, daughter, o "* I,

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The Record-Argus (Greenville, Pennsylvania)17 Jun 1916, SatPage 1
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