The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 25, 1918 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, March 25, 1918
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' MONDAY,' MARCH 25, 191S. THE DAILY COURIER. 'CONNELLSVILLE, PA. ' FACE fNIWSY NOTES TELL I WHATS HAPPENING I IN THE MIX TOWN ? · ; . · * * ';· Elk« Hold Farewell Recep' " - \ . tlon (or Jioy» Leaving: · forth*Trent. 1 FOUR ARE IN NAVAL SERVICE Fraak HoTM*, BaseMl Player, Tells AwMmee He's SI?ae* TUs Tin* With a Sue ftanant Winner; ,Ut*nl Kesp«B«e to Flea for Books. is Special to Tlift Courier. :; SCOTTDAJLE; March 25.--Frank - Home, Joe Cafferty Felix McGivern and Homer Miher, who left last-night 'over the Baltimore Ohio for Newfort News to report/for duty.'in the navy,, were given s fareweH-at. the ; £nks' home betore-l*aving. · Short patriotic talks were;given by James Keegan, J. P. Oweis, Judson T. Van Born of Company V, 110th Regiment, Camp Hancock, hone on a. furlough, Thomas J. Hill, Raymond Malby, home from Cam)' Hancock, Tom O'Donnell, home :from Camp. Han' cock, and M«ade Tannehill. home from Camp Banock. Patriotic airs were suag by theboys. :..: Frank Home isthe youngest"son of Mr. and Mrs. Petr Hornevpf-Eelanbr avenue.- His taker is "a Civil. "War .veteran, having'entered the war at ': the very beginnag and serving until . t h e close. Bone is a professional baseball player. He started with the Jacksonville, teaa last year and at the Urn* that: team discontinued playing was transferred to Grand Rapids and completed the Season with it. Borne, "was 'questione- concerning his contract for proessional ball for this summer, and answered that -he had ·'.tringned up 'iiib Uncle Sam and ·would play te game with him, this "and every oner; summer, until the ptnaant is »n for he is sure that he ·signed up "Kt'h the pennant winners "..this time, . . .' ' ·":· Alt -Cans*)! Sotre.. '·· · Testerdaj afternoon an automobile 'on South Sroadway balk-fired -and some perso turned in a fire alarm. !-.Tne thr»etrucks quickly responded, ·'but whentney reached the scene of the,'fire iere was nothing to fight. 'The antwobile had been run tato the ; garage. ·.'-· .- ..' ' Te DemU Eggs. ·'· fEverychild' in the Methodist Sunday schal is asked to bring one egg n«t S»day to Sunday school. The · eggs wl be sent to- .the Methodist childre's home at Hulton. · Ibt/ff. C. T. U. will meet at the ; hom«»f Mrs. W. "W. Eicher on. Tuesday ^»lng. The subject for the eve. riinjtf Hl: be '/Americanization." : 'JBti Afcflat Anderson. '. ;{sfl. Adeline Oertrude Anderson, ·'iltir'K 'years, '.jaughter . of Mrs. G. died at her home .here -Funeral ^services'were hel thf« afternotm at 1 o'clock. ./he ftaeral service* fin- Hugh Chain ; :wre,n«ia:at tbff home of'his sister, .Vl. JoWph Beard, on Saturday af- tcBOonijn .charge ot," Rav.. "William rriunllton; Interment at "Was'ey ^1^'".'.^';j»l. Mirphy.arid son have received j?3j:'}-'i Pcwlest- -private ambulance equip-- fc- ped for eaergency trips to hospitals. "·"- iuBbtlance is .grey, is equipped . , ciair: ind itibber floor... ' . ' : · ' . ·' . · .' · |r*B|«llst T*fi Visit . . - ·! '-.-K»T..' (|irence Leckemby, who has b««ti coi,uctiDg evangelistic services Dttnnr wai .the gneat of Mr., and. ».' ieodore 'Hockey.: over the . "J : .week-ei and preach«*,.at the Metho- iXK-djt' i,'i»copal ; .'cliureli"h'ere.-' '"·'·"·; ' · "You, above al,t, must be satisfied." Singleness of purpose is a good thintr in business--at least we^re found it so. We steadily keep before us the idea of the best merchandise only--from the cheapest that's good to the finest that's made--and the complete satisfaction of our customers. Connellsville's Reliable ARO House furnishers Since 1891 four big stores save you money. The immense buying-powcr of the four large Aaron Stores always enables as to give yon larger values for less money. That's why you can liny high grade quality Furniture and Homefnrnishiiig-s at Aaron's for Jess money than you pay for inferior grades elsewhere. Convenient credit, if desired. The Last Word in Comfort This Massive, Substantially Built Bed Davenport, only Don't confuse this Davenport with others usually offered at a · lower price. Tbis is an exceptional value--made of highest grade materials throughout. . ; Frames are genuine Quarter sawed oak, very highly polished. Pitted with sag-proof spring and is upholstered in the best grade of imitation leather which will give betted wear than the present day leather. The spring is made of genuine Premier wire---making the seats soft and comfortable. See this wonderful Pathephone Outfit consisting of-- Pathephonr $25.00 Record Cabinet. $13.75 ' Six double .- faced Pa the Records ' (12 selections of your own choice) Everything Cor just $42.65 It's the world's greatest talking machine outfit because it is offered at a wonderfully !ow price and because it given you all the music of the world. Plays All Records--?io Xeedles to Change. Plays Pathc Records with the famous sapphire ball t h a t never wears nut--Cannot wear out the records--The longer you play them the better they get. Conii" In Sow imci Hear tlifc Popular April "Hits." Pathephone Department--Main Floor. 31. J. Whit-tall Kugs--Ameriea's Finest "We're now showing the very newest pauerns of M. J. Wbittall ilugs. As we closed out all our discontinued patterns, there's no possibility of paying this year's prices here for last year's Rugs. : Wool versus Jute "Woo! Rugs or Carpels hold their color and retain their beauty. They can be cleaned and scoured-as the colors are fast. Jute Rugs and Carpets fade after being exposed to sun and light--cannot be scrubbed nor cleaned--and look ugly after they are in. use a short while. Always ask the salesman before buying Rugs or Carpets whether they are "Wool-Face-or Jute-Face. 9x12 Seamless Axminster jiugs We believe this is the best value offered in Rugs of this high grade in Connelisville for yjars--$42.50 value. $32.00 9-Piece Queen Anne Dining Room Suite, Jacobean Oak The Buffet ;is" 60 inches long, the China Closet 44 inches wide and the Extension Table measures 48 inches by 6 feet. Six genuine leather slip seat chairs complete the suite. 'This suite is.finished in genuine Quarter Sawed Oak throughout and at this price it is an exceptionally large value. I'his Large, Massive Solid Oak, 6 If. E Table This 3-Picce Queen Anne Bed QQ.OO Room Suite in American Walnut 27O Triplicate Minor Toilet Table Can Be Included in This Suite at $25.75 Extra. Not alone is this type of Furniture beautiful in appearance, but it is constructed by sMlled workmen from the most carefuUj- selected woods and is very highly finished. And at tie price- for which we are offering it--it's a value you can't afford to overlook. . ! ·"'·' '·'·Xol, John. Lyons left Saturday l raont^t ' to: vl«it.' friends at Letonla, ' · ' ' '" · ' has .- started a cai*ai (n for 1 booki for the soldiers ^»*il«is. · McMillan't; -ahoe 'store l«en made the downtown station » ·· l»,rg» nunib«r,"of V books have * I rKelv»(l,» station and p)inrT;:^t^: :: ?.'·' :,..-'; . ,.. , rtlinir IQrrneiof. Camp Hancock, ! Augusta, Ga.;. arrived iiome last evi ; ' ' ' ·'' "Wardlaw, .'"who . is -' employed fk* West P. mn, hw moved his'-fim- 13 Toumwood whtrc he will be fT**::'.^-'-:^;. ' + ··: :-3U» ;.Etta".;KiB«;aaa.;" JIrs,' Harry i ai» : ri»KlBf friends at Whitney ' · - ; . a " 'staden-t a t » -hoTM« for. .the! week-end. Jlri. Allan Blank of Toomwood' ii ' " ' ' ' Cfcailw' Ouwo and 4«ir«'ic;«it»d;tb«ir taaakj Yanderbilt VANDERBILT,,. March 23.--Mr. and Mrs.. Bert Colbert bf Daw_son were recent callers Tiere. ·'. ·' ' ' - . - " Mrs.. A. L..Keffor,' Mrs. Anna Kindle, Mrs. _W; Hi- Bailey, sirs. Prank Newell and Miss Loralne Ambrose were shoppers in. Connellevilli! recently. : Mrs. G. B-'Roberts';, Mrs. J.B. Henderson,, and. JIrs;' IT.", A. Cosgrove at-. id^thB-seying of the" Red Cross organization at Connellsville oa Thursday.;.: . ' : · ' . ' · · · ' Miss. Ella..Hoselle,;:Mr. and Mrs. L. J* Collins'were CpnneHsville callers on Friday. - . . . Jlrs. w; J. Heed Is seriously ill at her home. , : - · · . . . ' · ; ' . -.. . Oma. Prench, "W.' D. Beatty,'.; R. M: | Shallenberger, WlvA, Cosgrove" were j business callers in Connellsville yesterday. W3 Downs of Runbar township J. JE. Cotton of BsJ'jntbwD,' .T. Scott Diian of :Connellsville.i J. S Rittenhouse of Smock and Aller Downs ol Easi Liberty, attended a 'meeting of the Franklin; Coiu^Co.,:at |i.eir rooms in the Tlrst National tiaui here yesterday. , S; "W. Dunn, Mr. and Mirs. Thomas Dunn and daughter of Bnena Vista Mr and Mrs C S Freed lind "tfrs J Freed df Dunbar township Mr and Mrs Clyde Brown. of,Franklin town ship George Lytle and Robert McBurney of Dunbar toimship attend-ed the Business Men-Fanners Banquet m Corinellsville* yesterday: i S G McBumey and A A Mitchell irerft Connellsville callers yesterday.; Miss liaiira Gnayj Miss Grace'Jacobs, Dr and Mrs. J B. Haiiett Paul CoK Jins Jtf* Sowers and Clyde Handolph were among the ones from here who attended the basekt ball game between Dunbar township high school and Point;Marion high school atLeis- enring Friday evening HIGH SCHOOL IS WINNER IN GAME WITH GREENSBURG Confluence. Locals Easily Trte Orer Brown anO White learn By Score of,SS-26. IN LEAD AT ALL TIMES Perryopolis. PERRTOPOL1S March 23 --The basketball game ^Friday evening resulted in a victory for the Verona [irfe. After the game a luncheon was served by the local team" . Mrs 'Bert Bowen has returned to beV hove at Masontown after spending a lew j days with her parents, Mr, and Jlris. JoisephjTaonipson. Charles Martin of Woodlawn was a calter te^town Saturday * Vrs M C Thompson who has been confined to her home with rheuma- ra, la improved. A large ludiene* wa* in attendance hriday erenlng to hear Samuel Small lecture In' th» Methodist Episcopal ctereh. MTI J K. Uclntin was a Pittzbnrg ·WHfre* Mlllward of PhiladelphiD is his grandfather D B Mlll- waid ·( town Oat*'who '/ \ At Begiaili; ol Second Half Tisiton look 7)angerois Bnt Effort .r,n Part of Iiocals Qnicklj lBcrea«es Breach Between Scores; Juniors ITIu. The Connellsyille high school basketball team won the last home game of the season, here. Saturday . night when the Greensburg high school was defeated for the second .time this season, 38-26, The: locals led "at all times, although at the .beginning of the sec- ond'period there was a difference of onjy one point between the two .scores when it stood. 15-14. Greensburg did not play the-strong game., put .-up. ia -the. previous contest, Although the locals were crippled'bv the; absence^ of !'Bill" Lyon, a fast, they,held, up.,their end excellently. Struble, McConnell -and Moore shared-honors'in scoring the field goals Greensburg dropped some peaches through although many of their tosses which seemed good, rolled off-therTim. The game was the last that had been signed up for home fans and there is but one, more left oh the Connellsville schedule.,.that, with. Irwin , .at- -that place; ;.If the .-weather' .does not "get too warm'another team 'may be sighed up 'forfthe end : of-this week, but none has been booked yet v The* 'liaeup CunaeClsvllle--38. Greeathnrg--M, * ·" ""--' ** Banner Peoples Struhle 2, Field goals--McConnell B 5 Pa'nter S Shupe 3 Moore Brown i Foul gijals--Strnble 14 out of 21 Painter '[ out of S Shupe g out of 9 Substitutions--Robinson for Bifario; Thomas .for- J.- Brown; Hefere B--Smith. In th preliminary game the. Junior class te.un defeated the Sophomore team 2119 The game was close throughcmt J ( y .;H»»«nf To« wUL ( flutl tb«a In oar ad. eolanoi CONFLUENCE, March 25.--N. II. Selby, wife and two daughters, were here Saturday on their return to their home in Selbysport, Md., from Baltimore where they had been several days. · The Lutheran Sunday school is preparing for an Easter entertainment next Sunday. 1 Mrs. "William Reiber and daughter, Mrs. William Burnworth and little daughter have returned from a visit to Mrs. Reiber"s daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard "Wright at Cereal, Pa. . A. G. Brjghtner of Pittsburg visited his family, here over Sunday. Rev. H. C. Summers, formerly pastor of the Lutheran church here, but now of Cleveland, 0., who had his household goods stored here for several months, moved' them last week to Cleveland. Mrs. H. M. Swallop went .to Somerfield Saturday to visit friends a few days. . Subscribe for The Daily Courier. Mrs." Bruce Ireutle of Connellsville was a recent visitor with friends here. Mrs. 0. L. Prati. has', gone to hr home in Clarksburg, "W. Va., after being the guest of Mr. .and Mrs. Dr. H. P. Meyers. several days.' C. M. Stone of Connellsville was a business visitor here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and two children, have returned to their home in Connellsville after visiting Mrs. Wagner's parents, Mr, and Mrs. .J. L. Reiber here several days. Rev, H; G. Trimmer, pastor o£ the Methodist M^piscope.! church at Harnedsville, went.tO'Norraalville Saturday where he filled his regular appointment yesterdayi Joseph Ream was a business visitor in Conuellsville Saturday. Patronlie those who.advertise. 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