The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 27, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 27, 1918
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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, UONNELISVILLE, PA. ·WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1918. MX ENLIST WOMEN FOR FARM WORK W CROP SEASON Jol»t Plan of "Out* Ctoera- nent Agencies to Solve I T labor Problem. CALLED ONLY IF I Etgbtnttn to be 3Ude ot Ihose g i .iraiUWe; ITnlnlag Carols to be £ XstaUteked for Thoie Tfithonl li- te* im the Lighter Farm Work. Cooperation by the Department of Agriculture and the woman's committee of the Council ot National Defense ·with the woman s division of the Um- terfSUtea .Employment Service ID sup- plTlag women, for farm wori, during tae war emergency was agreed upon at a conference of representatives of the three agencies concerned In Tjrierf, the division of the work calls for ti» ascertainment by the Department of Agriculture of the openings for women, m agriculture, the possible training of women for farm service by the women's committee of the Council ot National Defense, and the refUtraiion and placement of women. by tb« Employment Service through its woman s division. The following is a summary of the division ot-worfc agreed upon and the conclusions reached at the cun/er- I The -Department ol Agriculture will immediately ascertain through its 2,000 county agents in what Stmie* and for what work farmers want -women and to furnish, through its extension, service the lists of women who might be available as leaders if training camps for woman fsrm helpers were established. 2. The Department of Labor through its -woman a division and with the aid of the farm service division to register women for farm work and place them on .farms 3. The women s committee of the Council of National Defense to take up the Question of training camps for women the necessary eojucational and recruiting" propaganda, and welfare wovlr for women on farms It IT quite evident that it is unposiole to tak« a woman from the city who has never worked on a farm and send her to such work without naving given her an Idea ot agricultural tasks or tested her capacity for them. It wa* the concensus of opinion that until there is some definite information aa to farm-labor shonage it would be unwise to stimulate general interest in the question of placing women on farms There are, how- e/er, certain kinds of farm work, such as fruit picking dairying exx, in which women have been, engaged in some farming sections and experience 1 indicates tbat women might be used in thwe and other sections in (,-reater numbers The Department of Agriculture- Till furnish data as to the agricultural communities in which women, hove been and can be employed. II the use of women in agriculture in greater numbers than hertoCore is ultimately deemed adneable, some sort ot try-out and training~eainp acfft- tem should be established for tlw purpose of sitting the women applying for farm work and selecting those physically qnallAed and able to wori. without detriment to their health The Council ot National Defense probably is beet equipped to handle tots phase ct the womeB-m-aericaltnre pcoUem, m it would'have to be financed either ·by the sUtee ex their cotmeilx of de- feae*. Tne state eoancite, morsorer have branches concerned with the employment of women. It wa» suggested atoo ttet Mine of the women'* col- 1*£K neb as "Vmajuoc College, which. turn TM aerai of land, might aneist in tkk selection and training work. rbatelnc and selection has been ee- taMMied in EngJaad on a large scale, nader government control Turn eontry bms not rot reached- the point wtwre fanners desire women ·workers in large numbers aad where a great aeed for women in agriculture baa been generaBr recognized. ·Where farmers can obtain ram. and boys, the opinion a that tbes* shook! first be utilized and women wed when nmle labor is no longer araikibie, or JOT tha partormance of tt» ligMer foratof farm work. MT. PLEASANT ALIENS MUST BE KEPT UNDER EYE OF THE OFFICERS tutted States Officer Agrees to Release o! Sen Who Had T«de4 to .Register. Special to The Courier MT PLEASANT Feb 2T--United States Secret Service Officer Young; of Pittsburg was he-e yesterday to look after Peter Welmer and Joe Heidman aeld for slander against the Inited States Officer Young stated that if Burgeas S P Stevens was willing these men'could be discharged from the lockup but_would consider themselves under surveillance at all times as this was necessary if thev were dis missed at this time Burgess Steven* stated that he was inllmg tbat thej should go If they were to be watched The men offered to pay fines of $100 each o- to give bond up to $3 000 Yonag complimented the local police and tie burgess for the easy manner which they had gathered them in and told them not to leave anything else like that get by Stmpmn Body Unclaimed. Repeated efforts to locate Simpsons of Jnwood street Pittsburg, parents of James Simpson who died Sunday February 17, in tie Memorial hospital here have failed The body is at the Zimmerman undertaking rootns here and Clarence Zimmerman called a number of Simpsons on that street to ha-ve them claim the bodj and none seemed to know mm Simpson was a man -of medium build and had worked in a lumber camp near Indiana before coming hei e He was about 35 or 40 years old Bible Class Xeetinp. The Men's Federated Bible classes will meet at the Ee Union. Presbyter- Ian church on Sandaj afternoon The lesson will be in charge of Rev J E Hartman Meyer sdale. irBTDRSDAl£, Feb 27 -- Captain ·ff C Truial of Comjwny C 110th U S Infantry, at Camp Hancock, who nad been nere on a weeks furlough returned Monday to Augusta, Ga. JUr and Mrs. Barry Blade are home from Somerset -where they hid been visiting- relatives and Wends ReT. Patter Dougherty, ol Wilmington, Del, Is visiting Rev J J Bradj at the Catholic parsonage. Mrs W T Howe has returned from a lew days' visit with.^ relatives and friends in Frostburg, Md "Mrs. Ella Snyder u.nd daughter, Miss Julia of Rodcwoofi -nero recent guests of their relatives, Mr and Mrs James Dorulej Mr and Mrs Charles Decker have returned to Cheat Haven, after a visit here with relatives and mends Miss Florence Boyer a stLd°nt at the Dana Musical college at barren O, is spending a week here i ith he" parents Mr and Vr» Charles Boyer ot Meyers avenue Geoige Thompson and daughter Mi=s Mar. ha%e returned to their home in AHoona, after a rev. days visit here at the Yeagcr home Mi=a Kathnn Kattan eturned Tueadav from Latrobe where she visited relatives for a few days Mrs Henry Kuhns is spending the Treek visiting relatives in Cumberland Whe« Ion Ttiuit Vnjtluiig Jldvertiss in onr Classified Column. Pechin. PSCHIN, Feb 28--Nelson A. M Lyons son of Mrs Tdella Lyons of 111! Farm passed the eiammation to lecome a United States soldier and left for Camp Lee His mother has gone to stay with her sister at Mount Braddock. Mr and Mrs. Ste\enson Marteen- chalk of Hill Firm are the proud par ents of a baby girl which arri\ ed last Friday Mrs Samnel K Bicker of Pechin who has been ill for some few days [s better and was j in. Connellsville on Friday \ Mrs Henry Gaer of Greensburg was visiting her sister Mrs. Joha A Lehman of Keffers station for a few days recently Mrs Job Bryner of Ketfers station who has been ill for some das with pneumonia is greatlv improved Mrs Thomas Twyford of Percy, who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Joseph Piper of Kefferq station for a few days, hase returned to her home Mrs Chmrles W Bake- ot Pechin Mrs James S Leapline of Keffsrs ·station and Miss Delilah MarlJey of Ferguson road were in Uniontown on Friday. Mr and Mrs Perry McClaan and family of TJmontown were visiting the home of the former's mother "Mrs John McClain and family of Pecbin recently Mr and Mrs Hugh Jeffries and fam iiy who were visiting the former's parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Jeffries Sr of Ketfers station have returned to their home in "West Brownsville Richard Keffer The Couner newsboy here is on the sick Inst Miss Gladys Miller of Keffers station who has been suffering from a broken collar bone which as a result of a fall, is able to be out again Mr and Mrs M J Lteeoln of Church hill are the proud parents of a baby girl winch arrived Friday Edward E Senor Miss Grace Joneo and Murphy Jones of Scottdale were visiting at the home of the formers father John B Senor of Keffera station over Sunday Mrs J L Keffer of Keffers station as to Uuiontown visiting; her sister Mrs Allen Bryan last week Sirs William Golden ot Church hil] Is on the sick list. Mrs Henry Blacka and son Harry and daughter, Anna of South Coa- nellsvllle were vnsiting the former s parents Mr and Mr* H. L. Brown and family of Pechin over Sunday Patronize those who advertise in Head CATARRH us: Dr. Marshall's Catarrh Snuff For sale br Cionellsnlle Drnj Co. B. 0. QUINTET WINS ITS FIRST GAME THIS YEAH; leant Is Strengthened Snffl eientf j- to Walk AH Over the Garage. MAL SCORE IS 48-33 Railroaders Shale Jinx and Win Orer Strong Opponents; Bloom Tales Place at Ceatcr vfjth toller at a Forward; lady Maccabees flin. The Baltimore Ohio basketball team broke its losing streak last night and finished on the big end for the first time since the opening of the! city league defraung the Connellsville Garage 48 33 The game was featured by some lively pissing and prettv shots the railroaders being able to gat them straight through last night The jinx has been lost for all time now the team feels Bloom has been added to tho BaHi more Ohio lineup as center and Miller played a forward material!} strengthening the team The railroaders expect to show some real basketball form for the remainder of the season. The B o score last mgt-t was the largest yet made by a city league team this year The first half last night ended SS-15 for the B t O team and the lead -was never lost. In the first half Hanni- san shot 13 foul goals of which he only missed three The railroaders vill go to Meyersdale Friday night to play there B. 0^-t8 Garage-33. Hannigan . forward Getsie Miller forward 0 Laughlin Bloom ___ center Moore DeBolt guard Hixon Driscoll guard Cropp Field goals--Miller 7, Bloom 7 0 iaughlin 9 Hannlgaa 4, Hiion 2, Ad ams 2, Moore, Getsie Foul goals--Hannigan 12 out of 19 OXaughlin 3 out of 12 Hixon missed 4 Substitutions--Adams for Getsie Referee--Wall SELF DEFENSE Defeat Backache and Kidney Trouble With Anaric Many peopte in Pennsylvania b»TS suffered from rbeomafaflin and Jndncj trouble and. hare fomid Annne to be tho most successfal remedy to overcome these painful and dangerous aibnenta. 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In the preliminary game the Lady Maccabees defeated the South Con- uellsvillo firls 71. The Maccabees passed the ball like real players last night with the result that South Con- neUsviUe was almost blanked Walker made the only score for that team FLINTS MOVING ttADLIKO £SI STOBAGE. Motor Truck Service To All Parts of Region. COAL FOR SALE BOTH PHONES. jitromze Those Who Advertise OCOOOOOOOOOO3SOQOCXXX9UOCCX1 WEAR Homer's | Clothing s OOOCOOOCOCCOOOCOOOOOOCOOOd Hunting You will find them la our ad STOP-LOOK-READ BENNETT BROTHERS, AUTOMOBILE TVRECKEES UljcheMt Frleen Paid for Ml JHafeeH Cmrm We sell second-hand pares and acces soriea for all makes of cars at lowest prices. GET THE "BE^BTT" HABIT A^fD SAVE MOM-,» Op«n Snndnr 10 A M t» 1 "P M. Corner Ros""* ind "Water Streets PITTSBtjRQH PA Bell Phone Court 32a2 OOOOOOOOexXKSOOtxxjOOOOOOOC- ^ J. B. KURTZ, O NOTAFlr PUBLIC j AND REAL E«TATt J No. « (with MMt*w Un*. 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O«Jt* --Another big assortment of Fancy TThito Aprons of most excellent qualitj Some aie plain Somp have beautiful /·'.' Regular lace or eml/roiderv trimmings 75c to $1 00 value? special at --A limited number of Cover-all Aprons of light percale, in stones and hguies Three styles to choose from Si7es 38, 40 42 and 14 Regular 89c values special at --360 Percale Aprons m plain colors or in light ground^ with multi-colored plaids, stnpes, and black-and--« hite effects New Spring models m sizes 38 to 44 Extra OQ« Special at ij O L --120 Percale \prons of excellent quality Plain colors or light grounds -with plaids and stripes Sizes 38 to 50 bust Extra special at '$1.25 White Middies $1.50 each Black Bloomers $1.65, $1.95 Pair. 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