The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 14, 1918 · Page 5
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February 14, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1918. THE. DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE FTVB. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Baptist Church to Unveil Service fJag at Sunday Afternoon Service. VAN SWEAR1NGEN TO SPEAK! Program Is Arrnngejj for TVestMore- j land County Institnte to be Reid at j Xouugnrood on Thursday, February 21; Class Plans Valentin: Social. Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE. Feb. 14.--The Baptist church on Sunday afternoon will hold a patriotic meeting when service flag will be presented to the j church, with 23 stars representing the number of boys from the church. ' The following program has been ar: ranged: Organ voluntary. Lyman Fuller! song, "America," by congregation: invocation, Re.v. H. D. Allen; presentation of flag, Robert Skemp; prayer; song, Sunday school girls; acceptance of the flag by the pastor, Rev. H. D. Allen; recitation, "Three Soldiers," Elsie Prentice; solo, "Keep the Home Fires Burning." Lorna Attwood; address. Judge J.Q. Van Swearingen; solo, "Come Unto Me," Miss Attwood with violin obligate "by Mr. CJolde; song and benediction; organ postlude by Mrs. Fuller. V. C-- T. U. Program. At a meeting at the home of Mrs. W. W. Bicher, one of the county officers, the following program was arranged for the Westmoreland county j W. C. T. U. Institute to be held at the ' Presbyterian church, Youngwood, on Thursday, February 21. Morning session will begin at 10.30 o'clock, with praise service by Mrs. F. A. Kearns; remarks by the president. Mrs. G. W. Stoner of Mount Pleasant; business, .consideration of the constitution; singing; "Educating public sentiment, by the Press, Mrs. E. S. Saul oJ Ireensburg; by platform, Mrs. J. E. '·teelsmith of ScoUdale; by individual ffort. Mrs. C. Talker of Jeacnette; oontide prayer, Mrs. S. C. Hurst Af- tmoon session, 1.30 o'clock; devo- !ns. Urs. C. C. Emerson, Manor; par- Hmentary drill, Mrs. W. H. Spang- Ir, Huntingdon, Pa.; recitation; pa-; Lotic congress; "Americanization," j Vs. H. R. Lobb, Alverton; relief ·rark. Mrs. Anna M. Stoner. Mount leasant; "Patriotism Calls for Total Astinence," Mrs. S. C. Daugherty, Jnnette; "Intoxicants and Mis-1 sons," Mrs. E. G. Cope, Irwin: ques- j Lon box, Mrs. W. TV. Eicher. Scott- i iale. In the evening devotions will | le led by Mrs. F. 'W. Andrews, 3rwm. j Music will be followed by an address ! i'y the county president, Mrs. "U". H.! Spangler of Huntingdon. i Valentine Social. i The Young Peoples' Bible class of I the Baptist church held a valentine j social in the church on Tuesday eve- ring. Valentine games were played and refreshments were served. The committee in charge was Misses Lucille and Edna Collins and Jane Herbert. ' , ! Valentine Party, Court Lambing Daughters of Isabel held a meeting in the K. of C. hall on Monday evening and after a short business session a. valentine party was bold. Prizes in- the contest went tu Miss Margaret O'Donnell and Miss lilla Flynn. The committee in charge was Mrs. Mina Bates, Misses N'ora. O'Brien. Catherine Kirk. Mary O'llara, j Margaret Kennedy, Katherine Poor-1 Icy. 'Winifred Donnelly and Eliza ( D'Donnell. j Tor Sale. '· Four room cottage house, one-1 'mirth acre lot, adjoining the bor- j righ. for $1,200. j Forty-five acre farm, good spring .vater and all necessary buildings, 'or $3,000. E. F. DeWitt,--Adv.-- Father-Son Banquet A Father and Son banquet was held ,t the United Brethren church here Mesday evening with the price, of ad- uission to every boy, the bringing of j ii.s father. The ladies of the church ·repared the banquet and it was serv- d by the W. H. p. Bible class of the hurch. Rev. I. E. Runt was toast- viister. Scoutmaster Zoller of Greens- urg and Rev. J. E. Hutchinson made ddresses. Dan Merritt played a vio- n solo and Elmer Morrow gave sev- r.:l selections on the player piano. Contribute to IV. C. T. U. Urs. Anna Wooster entertained the .". C. T. U. at her home Tuesday eve- ing. The National W. C. T. V. is es- iMishing seven field kitchens at a vt of $700 each, and the local ladies i-.-e $7, $1 toward each kitchen. Let- ·rs were received from George Held vi Clyde DeWitt thanking the ladies T their comfort kits. The week of :e 10th to 37th is membership week id each lady is supposed to bring a ember. The program was in charge i -Mrs. George Gordon and airs. 3:rge McGoogan. Surprise Party. I'Ifty local ladies gave Mrs. Joseph einer a very pleasant surprise party her home here on Monday evening. ;!reshments were served. Other .\otes. Miss Mary Agnes Eckmau enter- j iced the members of the Sodality at i knitting party at her home on Tu.es- y evening. Miss Edna Fretts has accepted a ]o- inn with the Broadway Ladies' store nilliner. Miss Fretts formerly was Final Clean-up in Millinery . Choice of tbe House WOMtfS'S AT) CHILDBETPS TREKKED HATS. Values to $7.50. ·" $2.95 Black Velvet Shapes at $1.00 Final Clean-up of, Boys' Suits VALUES UP TO $6.00. Pinch Inick and Norfolk models in mostly oil sizes up to 38 ywirs, of heavy mixed materials in desirable colors. 65c Boys' Heavy Bloonasr Pants, 55c. 3 DAYS FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY Clearing Out Remnaa ONE-FOURTH fpS. Every Department throughout the store is disposing of broken lines, odds and ends, short pieces, etc., at a mere fraction of their re^I value. Indeed Dollars and 'Cents never accomplish as much as during this Semi-Annual event--and the remnant sale is of even greater importance this year than ever before. Come to the store--rummage around and you'll be surprised how many things you'll find .in just the length and material you want --and at amazing savings too. ODD LOT I Men's Wool and Cotton j Ribbed Union .Suits, \ $·2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Values I 1.25 ; Broken assortments, not ait sizes. £ · oC finest wool or cotton ribbed, in well $ ! known makes. * Remnants of Silk Plain and Fancy Taffetas and Satins, Cliiffons, Messalines, Crepe Silks, Voiles, Velvets, and many others. Remnants of Laces Flouncings, Venice Edges, All- overs, Bands, Shadow Laces, for Camisoles, forTJndermuslins and Dress Trimmings. Remnants of White Goods Plain and Fancy Voiles, Long- cloth, Nainsook, Lawns, Dimities, Piques, Repps, Basket cloth, etc. Remnants of Trimmings Short lengths of Fur, Braids, Fancy Edge Trimmings, Colored Flouncings, Gold and Silver Trimmings and numerous others. Remnants of Embroideries Liberal quantities of Flouncings, Seamings, Beadings, Edges, Insertions, Bands and many others. Remnants of Domestics Materials for ever}' clay requirements, such as Dress Ginghams, Apron Ginghams, Muslins, Calicos, Outing Flannel, Ducking. Remnants of Wash Goods Madrases, Voiles, plain and fancy Poplins, Kindergarten Cloths, Cotton Foulards, Chambray, Gingham Crepe, etc. Remnants of Ribbons Ribbons for every purpose--Hair Bows, Sashes, Narrow Ribbons for undergarments, Fancy Ribbons for Art Work, etc. ODD LOT Men's Fine Wool Shirts and Drawers $1.50 and 82.0(1 Values Suitings and Coatings Desirable lengths or Cheviots, Broadcloths. Serges, Poplius, Flannels, Cltallis and Novelties. 5 Broken assortments of all wool gar- j merits, Jn heavy and medium weights, t not all sh'.efi in ;.be lot, rit L'5c. Every Winter Garment in the House The Season's Best Styles featured at the most drastic price reductions in this Sensational Clean-up Sale. Be here tomorrow for the best Bargains of the year. $9.99 Women's and Misses Suits, Wortii up to $2S^0 _ Popular models to choose from in wanted materials and colors-broken lots, but mostly all sizes. IVojnen's, Misses' and Juniors' Coats, Worth np to $28.50 _ Stylish Coats of Wool Velour, Plushes and Mixtures in plain and Fur trimmed styles, mostly all sixes. Women's and Misses Dresses, Wortli np to S1M.75, at .,, Fashionable Dresses of Silk, Serge, Taffeta and Combinations, wanted styles and colors--included are new Spring models. Women's and Misses' Suits, Worth up to $35.IO _........ $14.44 Fine Broadcloths. Poplins and Poiret Twills in this group-- some hh Fur trimmings, others in styles suitable for Spring. $14.44 Women's and Misses Coats, Worth up to $:i5.W) ................. . ________ ..... Plain or Pur trimmed models of Veiour. Kersey, Plushes and Burellas, all warketi dowu for linal clearance. $14.44 Women's uml Jlisses' Dresses. Values up to $25.00 _ ...._ JJJeautiful Afternoon rind Street Dresses of Georgette Crepe, Satins. Serges and Taffetas--ruffled, side draived and newest tailored effects. REMNANT LOTS Women's Coats Children's Coats Furs, Scars, Muffs Values up to $18.50 REMNANT LOTS Women's Coats - $1.00 Children' Coats - $1.00 Muffs and Scarfs $1.00 Ladies' Skirts - - $1.00 REMNANT LOTS Up to $5.00 Skirts $2.95 Up to $7.50 Waists $2.95 Afternoon and Evening Dresses to $20.00 at $2.95 THREE DAYS ONLY--BEGINNING FRIDAY MORNING--OVER 500 PAIRS WOMEN'S SHOES--BROKEN LOTS AND DISCONTINUED LINES--AT PRICES SO SMALL IT'S ALMOST LIKE GIVING THEM AWAY--AND WOMEN WHd LOOK AHEAD WILL BUY FOR FUTURE AS WELL AS PRESENT NEEDS AT THESE UNPRECEDENTED SAVINGS. NO CHARGES, C. O. D.'S, REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES--ALL SALES FINAL. , * $4.00, $5.00 and up to $8.00 Women's SHOES $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Women's SHOES Many styles to choose from in Black Kid, Patent and Gun Metal leathers, kid and cloth tops, high and low heel, button style, sizes np to 5^. Grey and Brown Kid Shoes, Black Kid and Patent Leather Shoes, lace and button stylos, sizes up to 5 l £. 1 Boys' $3.50 Shoes I Strong, well-made Shoes of Gun Metal leather, English and Blucher lasts, with .N'eolin" soles, Special at ?2.95. Misses' $3.00 Shoes Stylish Shoes of Patent and Gun Metal leather, kid and cloth tops, button style, sizes liy, to 2, Special at 51.95. SC2 ·SUSS ZSOK Children's $2.00 Shoes Made of. Gun .Metal leather with cloth tops, sizes 5 to 8. Special at 51.39. ael McArdle. James Keegarj days in Pittsburgh. is spending a few i Prittstown; Finnerty spent Tuesday evening in i Connellsville with friends. ,, j Paul Williams of Camp Hancock is ,. A. Mclntyre Is spending a I.;w the guest of f ri ends here. «s in SteubenvUle. Ohio. i Mrs , H . R . Lobb of Alverton is VI rs. Leo Skemp , s visiting in Pit-s- j spe ndin K a lew days in Harrisburg. , '''" · ! Mrs. H. C. Weimer and family of | W-i Albert Keister is visiting in | Youngwood spent Tuesday with Mich- i PH1TTSTOWN, Feb. 14.--Mrs. John .t.-;bursr. · ! " [Paul spent a few hours in Scoitdale ?. C. Vray was a Greensbnr» rtsl-! - in Tuesday. tf'.-s. B. Trimble and daughter, i returned from a visit · hoping that the weather will get wacmer that the water line can be gotten open in order to lio-ve water again. . Miss Bertha Faith of Mt. Pleasant, 1 was here Saturday night and Sunday idys. have d Germantown. Pa., friends. it:*? Jeannettc Parry lias returned n - from a visit paid Pittsburg rrds. JHsos Kegins -Vash and Marsarit DNEUMONIA ' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliaries Mardis and children of Prills town was tiere Sun- First call * physician. Then begin hoi applications of-- day with tiieir parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mardis. Margaret, the 18 month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. "W. Bitner. is ill at thetr home with pneumonia. business with a new two ton truck , he purchased last week; j Alex Livendusky rceived a bad'.y bruised leg on Monday* while at work in the tipple of the Newcomer Coal [ Coke company, where he is employe. I with tie families.of her brothers, Tne injury was very painful. Messrs. William, Harry and John Joseph Wakusky, the Courier ne_ws- Faith. : boy did r.ot receive bis Saturday eve- Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Mardis, son, j ning papers until Sunday morning Arthur, and daughter, Alice, and Miss ' owing to the high wnier stopping tbe Grace Mardis, visited their grand j street cars. Joseph is a faithful hoy | parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Christ- ;nd is very prompt in his daily rounds. ; iver has important work to do. Under favorable conditions it does it well If sluggish, relieve it with ner of Bridgeport, Sunday. Miss Flora Davis spent Sunday at Charles Ridenour resigned his posi- ' Kecksburg with the family of her FLINT'S HAITLLVG AJVD STORAGE, Sotor Truck Service To All Para ot Keglon. COAL FOS SALE BOTH PHONES. tion with the West Penn Railway The residents of Prittstown ire ! company, and will engaged in th« coal aunt, Mrs. J. L: Porch. Patronize those who advertiw. Unot Sol. of A»T Jt~Ec~. fat lh« WorW, i«, lOt, 2Sc- i BEAD THE COUEJDEE.

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