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V / ' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 191S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MISSIONARY WOMEN, n OF THE U. B. CHURCH MEET AT SCOHDALE Assembly is for the Annual | Â· Institute of the Allegheny Conference Branch. AVIATION RECRUIT IS FETED of Soldier's MoUier is One of tie Largest Iircr Held Â»t the XIII Town; InstmctioÂ»3 Aire Issue* to Unttws as to Theb Special to The courier. SCOTTDAtE. Feb.. 22.-- The annual" institute of the Woman's Missionary' Association,- Vest Branch oÂ£ the Allegheny conference was held yesterday ' afternoon andt evening in the United Brethern church.. Delegations we're ' prseat from Youagwood, Connellsville, Mt. Xeho.'pwensdale, Mt. Pleasant* and Everson. This was 'one of the largest institutes ever held by this branch. At the afternoon session there was a ' discussion on Mission Study, with | Mrs.' S. O. Steiner giving. a. talk'on : j "An. African Trail," and Mrs. Albert I Keister "The Value of Mission Study." | Mrs. Younktn had charge .ol the Mis- j sion Stud}-; Mrs. E. il. S. Pyle sang aj solo. "The Value of the Missionary ' Society" -was discussed by Mrs, M. A. King of Mt. Pleasant and Mrs. G. E. Leonard, ConneUsviile ; Mrs. Albert S. F. KÂ«ister sang a -solo. "The Value of our Departments," was discussed by Mrs. W. H. Kooser of Connellsville and Mrs. J. R. Smith. This was followed by ,a Missionary exercise by sirls from Youngwood. ' . . The. evening exercises opened with an organ prelude, by Mrs. R. P. Girant- hairi. Devotions were in charge of Miss Lelia Shupe. Misses Ora and Marie Detwiler sang a duet A piano duet was contributed' by Edna Shallenberger and airs. Ellwood ;Sleighter. The remainder ot the program was: -The Little Maid Who Went Into the World," Miss Edith Erwin and Miss Marie Crosby: solo, Miss Verne Kes- iar; "The O. G. .Pin ; \ and What it Means," Mis. Alfred Sid-.way; "Mission Work in the Home Field," Mrs. C. A. Colborn; "In the Foreign Field," Rev. F. -A._Risley, a returned Missionary from Africa. Entertainments ior Recruit. . A number, ot entertainments have been given at the homes of the boys for Gilbert Cove -who leaves today for New York to join an Aviation corp. On Wednesday evening Clyde Parker entertained for Gove. and .- last evening | William T Mlller gave a dinner' at his I Homesteatl avenue home. Miss Mildred Miller of Connellsville was a guest. Ralph Corsin entertained at j his South Chestnut street home last | evenins for Gove. | 1 Will Same Officers. .. j An afternoon tea and meeting of the ' I.MIICS' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. --HI be held next Friday afternoon, March 1st. " At this meeting officers 1'or the'ensuing y'eai; will be chosen. Twenty-seven Enroll. ' Wihi:*a Ferguson, enrollment ofil-' cer for the Public Service Reserve, signed up five men on Welnesday and four yesterday making- a total of 27 now on th roll in Scottd.ile. Among tlie last men who enrolled were blacksmiths, plumbers and machinists. , Vnuscally Large Funeral. The Mneral of Mrs. Dorothy Fields, i held from the home of her daughter, Mrs. WIHiam Budd, yesterday afternoon, , was one of the largest in the history oZ Scottdale. / The services were in charge of Rev. G. W. Terbush. pastor ot the ethodist - Episcopal church, and he was assisted by Rev. Erlckley. Mrs. Fields' son. Firman, cf the 110th Regiment, Camp Hancock^. who was home on a furlough, returned last evening. Draftees Iteaflj. The. men'wio leave from the. Scottdale district Number 7, Wesynore- land county with the draftees on next Sunday will meet and report at- 11 a. m. and then again at 3. They will join other draftees, at Connellsville. r'or Snle. Six room house with bath, lot Â·Â·Â·jxlM feet, on Loucks avenue, for ?a!oOO. F. E. DeWitt.-- Adv.-- 20-lt. Personal. William Â· M. J Copel- left yesterday to join the hospital'' corps at Fort Oflcthorpe. WARM YOUR FEET ! WITH MUSTARINE BIG BOX 25 CENTS 1C your feet are cold this: winter weather just one application of Ecgry s Mustarine wlll^keep them nice anil Â·warm lor days. Â· . . It's the'surest and quickest pain killer over discovered: it will draw out tile inflammation from yonr sore, tired feet in one nisht--it takes the agony from chilblains and Is the best ihinc; to use on frosted Eeet. But that Hn't al!.,it stop? backache, headache, toothache.'-earache and .neuralgia--many times in 5 sninutes. it drives "Way th2 a^ony frum rheuma-j tt5m and-pout, and overnight ends coid on' chest, pleurisy, bronchitis ant] sore throat, and never blisters. Be sure you cot Beer's ilustarine in the yellow box--it's the oriplnal non- blistering substitute for prtnd'raother's ihusstard plaster and'is mare of true, yÂ«Umv mustard and not cheap substitutes, ^ Perryopolis. PBRRYOPOLIS, Feb. 22.--John .Karoliclc left PhiladelphUi Wednes' day to visit the Perry boys at' Camp LÂ«v A. ,\V. Boyer of Connells'.-ille;- transacted business in town Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Armstrong ana Mrs. R. P. Kamerer were "Wjdc Haven, callers Wednesday. Â·. j . .Fred Baker has returned from the Cottage. 1 State hospital. | Miss Hilda Anderson is spending a j ;*w weeks with frier is at New York City. ' '. - I - Mrs. Fisher Dunham of Star June( tion spent Thursday with Mrs. S. N. i Homefurnishers Since 1891 PAGE ~T3HREE, This big February Sale--with its savings of 10% to 33%--stands alone in its demonstration of Aaron's wonderful value-giving, merchandising power and absolute disregard to rising market conditions. Here on our Floors are hundreds upon hundreds of pieces of dependable Furni- -tuire, Rug*, Carpets, Stoves and Housefur- nishings--all our regular stocks--especially reduce'd for this occasion. Every article has the February Sale Tag as -well as the original Tag attached. That's why Aaron's has been such a busy place since this money-saving event was started. And that's why you can't af fond to pass up this opportunity--especially if you need anything, in the way of Housefurnishings and if ,you care about saving. C Inds February so you'd better come in now and get your share of the savings Convenient Credst 9 as usual. Go-ods held for future delivery, if desired. This $150 Four-Piece Dining Room Suite, Wiiiiam and Mary Design in Jacobean Oak. Sale Price TJiis $52-50 extra large Buffet .. _:.._ $36.73 This Â§40.00 extra large Chinu Closet $26.50 This $!!7.50 extra, large Extcnsion... r !'alile _.... $23,50 KcguJar $20.00 Serving Table , _.... $12.75 Chairs to matcn can lie purchased extra. This suite is" indeed very substantially built of the best materials and is a good example of the values made possible only through Aaron's four-store buying-power. This $220.00 Four-Piece Queen Anne Dining Room Suite, American Walnut Have You Seen the New Process Gas Range? The February Sale prices on these Ranges are even lower than the present wholesale costs because we contracted for these stoves over a year and a half ago. . Wlieri this lot iÂ« sold ivcll be forced to raise our prices--so ive strong])- advise that you come in now if you aeed a neiv Gas Range. Tin's $90.00 'Buffet - Â§54.50 This $60.00 China Closet ...._ : S-liUio This $45.00 Extension 'table ,, _..._ $29.r() This $25.00 Server $15.75 Chairs io match this Suite cau be purchased p.\tr.'i. This $45.00 .Kroehler lied Davenport, February Sale Price $27.50 Why not come in now and let us demonstrate this wonderful FfOOSIE JL K I T C H E N C A B I N E T See for yourself why Hoosier is used in over a million homes today--and why-Hoosier is the only cabinet for YOUR home. Prices go up March 1st --so you'd liet'cr come in noiv. This $195.00 Four-Piece Queen Anne Genuine Walnut Bedroom Suite February Sale Price Caller- This $55.00 extra large Bureau $37.50 This $52.50 extra iarec Cliifforette _ _ $87.00 This $52.50 Bed--full size .... Â·.: . SS7.1W This $35.00 triple mirror Toilet Table '._..;.._ _ $28.00 Â· $75 Kroehler Bed Davno Three-Piece Colonial Library Suite. February Sale Price : -- 75 Complete with Bert Davenport, Rocker and Chair. Made ot genuine quarter sowed oak. The spring construction is ol Ihe best and is the same as that lound in the highest grade upholstered furniture. Made up in chase leather--the best imitation leather made.