The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 9, 1918 · Page 2
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March 9, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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. FAGE TVfO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBL.LSVILLE. PA. , MARCH 8, MILL TOWN WOMEN ,, ANXIOUS TO LNROLL FOR NEEDS OF WAR Much Enthusiasm it Reported as the Date for Registration Approacoes. :·: SEU1CE IS PURELY VOLUNTARY Tfce Ttoe i» April 5 ud 6; the Place, the Sckool Howes; Begistrntton Ab« t» Xake Place in the Adjoccit Knral Coranuiitlrs; Other i'ews. Special to The Courier. ' . SCOTUDAljE, March 9.-- Much enthusiasm is. being shown concerning tn« registration (or women la Scoti- djde since the -women are learning that they are not · cornpeiled to register: ' that is just a patriotic duty and · Is the opportunity for letting the enemy understand- that the women ot .this country, are as patriotic -as the m,en. . They' realize that signing up does not bind them tor work, .toot, to register is ib'ofler-io" ih'eir; country." such service as they are best fitted to reader. The objects of registration are to interpret to the government the postfcbil- i£i«s ol the woman power ot this country, to furnish accurate information to tlrt go*eniment of tbe capacities in ·which, women-are now serving wheth- . er in their owh home or in paid pur-. suits', trades or professions, .to have in . every community lists of women care'. folly classified -who are willing to be called upon lor trained or untrained · service Jo the state or the nation, to · list the -women- ";yrho -wish to ; talce train-. · ing in order to give more efficient' service. to "be able to furnish women · lor salaried positions, whether in gov- enBoent service or not, to be able to place wocneh-Who can voraateer their services in posWoas of usefulness in man)' fleWs and to have a registry ot the capacities and training of the mcven of the country as the basis of the -work "of the "Woman's Committee of the Council of National Defense. The dates for registration of women in Scottdale and East - Huntingdon township are April 5th and Sth. Mrs. A. C. Orcrholt, of Ecottdale, is gen- . eral chairman and is appointing com- '·mittees to have charge. The places where they trill register, are the school houses In Scottdale, and at Moore-wood, Independent, Acme, Iron Bridge, AlvertOD, Browntown Cross Roads, Chapel, Peigar, -Hawkey, Mt ' Nebo, North ScotMare, "Bethany, Par- flUown, . Sanfcin," Ruftsdsle, Storhm, ' Tarr, "White, "Willow . Row and "West Overton. All persons over 16 years may register. They do not need to ' state exict age. They may say- un-. d«r forty'or over thirty. Comio-rt Kits Completed. The ladies of the ^T. C. T. U. yesterday completed comfort Idts for the boys -whose" mothers are members of the "W. £ T. tf. av.d who are members of anr branch ot the. service. This In' dudes' the .last draftees who left a " "short time ago." Huckpin Tournament ' . ' A' closed tournament for single duckpin. championship for members of the T. M. C. A. wilt be held at the "T". beginning on March 15th. The Noble Chapter of the "W." "W. Guild met asi evening at the aome- etead of ilrs. Hazel Bath. The program was carried out and initiation · were held. This being the annual election, officers as fo.Hows were .named:.. President, Lydia Tlttertog- toa; vie* .president, Lacy Clarteon; secretary, Miss Etta, King; assistant secretary, Hannah May Wetble; treasurer," Hazel Bath; pianist, Elsie Haw- ttorne; assistant pianist, JBlsie Prentise; counsellors, Jlrs. Titterington ' «sd Mrs! Allen. I'or'SBle. Sb: room house, · four extra lots, , close to borough, for ?2,500. Eight room double house, on paved street, rents for ?20, for 'J2.000. Four room, cottage house, lot 120x120 '. ieet, "West Pittsburg street, for Jl^OO E. F. DeWitt.-- Adv.-- mar-5-7-9. .. ......... Personal. Miss Margaret O'Donaell and Mrs. J. T.- Hambry spent yesterday in ·-" PittsUurg.' . ' " ' . ' . Xfrs. T. J. Maloy, of "Uniontown spent yesterday with her daughter, Elizabeth. .... Misses .Margaret.. Gleason, Teresa ' ~t and Maflaline .BremKa -have rernraed .' :irbin:»:vlsitlil HttsbDTg with frteads. ."' -' arrs;".Cora Robinson," ot Greensb.urg, ·"-·wtt'lfie guest of Mrs: Lee Kcslar yes- . James Albert : of Ml. Pleasant Wenfls here yes-t'erday. prne, Felix McGrvem, Joe riCltfeity. and Homer Miller. spent yes- :.r"teri3ay'3n Pittsh.OTg. :. ': ." K March ,8.-n~Ja-mes Glllespie, e "moaths ago p.ur- e.. street: West :^!J -i5SjSifiiig'rroOni..stoce;:.becanse of . nrnr.-TKfifkaSsraispCisea .or ttte same, ·'---fi_fs»--Jttr8»r«-"MaiTe"Uar.~(he' news ':'- J?.SsS' : i??- ^iSg'-"-tE6^pur'chaser. She ~-las"niove5~!'.er"bsufee35- in-tb tie : storeroom and will build afiditioual rooms for a dwelling on the same lot. Mr. Gillespie. vdl! rest uatil his health has 'improved sufficiently to allow him - v . afaln.'entering husiness.'.:. ; ; ; """-" The Dunbar Blectftc "company is putting up poles along the Ferguson road in order to furnish the residents along the same the convenience of Here we piresent a beautif ul picture of a beautiful garden--an authentic picture of one of the entrancing sunken gardens of Hampton Court, famous through English history and scene of a thousand gatherings of fashionables. ' - ' ' As this garden depicted here is most beautiful in Spring, so is it most typical of the introduction of Spring's beautiful fashions. The style section* of the store are veritable gardens of Spring styles-gardens rtPwded with the buds and blossoms of the Easter modes. It is not merely a beautiful spectacle, but it is an educational style event, where one who is observant may learn not only fundamentals of the new styles, but a great many of its clever ideas introduced into the incidentals or accessories of the fashions. fl "The Store Ahead" HOME of QUALITY^ and SERVICE 129 to 133 N PITTSBUR St., ; CONNELLSVILLE:. PA, Butterick Patterns $5,257 OF WAR STAMPS' Are Subscribed By the Sfincrs and electric lights." "Among those who trill | . Coke ^Yorkers at 3fammoth. use "electricity are" J. W. McClain.l Joseph Malla, superintendent of the Isaac Minc-rd, J. B. Senor and probably G. W. Smitely, Thomas. Jefferies, Sr., Herbert Baker, E..G. Leamau, E. E. Miller and George Franks. James Jeffries of Kellers station, "wto has been suffering from tonsilitis foi" the past week, is able for duty Mammoth plant of the H. C. Prick Coke company, almost took a local banter's breath for a moment, says the Latrobe Bulletin, when he announced that he wonted to buy 1,273 "War Savings Stamps,--$5,257.49 worth. filled up. I Still others ordered from two to 10 ! stamps, aati the .grand total ran to ( 1,273 stamps,--making the largcs: or-; der yet placed at one time, in Latrobe. j The men paid for the stamps from ' their surplus cash. Many ot them: intend adding a stamp or two to their collection every .pay day. Read i he advertisements. The order for 1,273 stamps repre-i. jented the first .fruits of a drive i n ' Mr. and Mrs. Job Bryner of Fergu-) behalf of the "War Savings Stamps,! son road have moved to Tucker Run among the employes at the Mammoth I plant. .' j Four or five of the.employes sub-' scribed for ?500 worth, each, while. on account - health. of Mrs. Bryner's poor p H I L D R E N ^^ Should not be "doted" ior colds--app*y" - ternally"-- P»tronae thaw wh» aJv«rtia«, [a large number bought entire, cards,! Get down to business. Tills is not a joke. Anyone in ScottdaJe "will tell you our remedy "will grow Hair oud Bald Heads. W. H. Forst Scottdale's Drngrgist, IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING FOR SALE TRY OUR CENT-A-WORD j PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS 1 WHO ADVEETISE ,IN THIS PAPEE. If You Knoiv a British or Canadian Subject Wlio To Be Helping in This IV ar GIVE US HIS SAME Name ..... Address "Where Employed Cut this out and forward to the British, and Caiiadia Recruiting Mission, Smithfield and Fourth Ave., Pitts burgh, Pa. Z - . · - - · » * . - . . - . . - . --- -. ------- T T M J J · « · · · ! · JJJ JJJJJ r t HI I -----------

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