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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 30, 1918
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SATURDAY, MARCH 30. 191 0 . DAILY CUURIEK, UONNBLLSVILLE, PA, PAGE THKEEL i t THE HETHODIST EPISCOPAL church. G. L. C. Richardson, pastor. 4U 6 A. M. sunrise prayer meeting ' conductea 'by Miss Elizabeth -Wil- Uams. Bible school at 3.45 A, M. Dr. Horace B. .Haskell, president of Bearer CoOege, Trill teach, the Men's class Divine-worship at 11 A. M., sermon by Dr. Hasfcell. Owing to the fact that Smdajr is Thank offering Day for the W. P. M. society, Dr. Haskell will take for his theme, "Our Hardest -Missionary Problem or the Moslem Question." Junior league at 3 P. M. Bpworth 'League devotional services at 6.30 P. M. Dr. Haskell will speak ' to the young^ people." 'Easter cantata ;br the cho at 7.30.I. M. under the 'direction ot Charles 1). Bailey. THE L. Proudfit, pastor. .Sabbath school at 9.45. Morning service .at 11: reception of new members and celebration of the ]xrd's Supper, .Evening sen-ice at 7.30; subject, "Raised With. Christ." Christian En- ( deavor at 6.30. Prayor meeting and i annual congregational meeting Wednesday evening. TRINITY. EPISCOPAL CHDRCH. Sunday school at 3.30. Easter communion and -sermon ;it 7.30. Every ''·'I i. XE1V STTIE HAT ; FOR SFBCfG TV15AB. DEBT REDUCED $3,000 This smartlj tailored hat'ol black Milan, straw has a crown of soft satin and is trimme'd with, a. curled crow Q.uiU fancy. ' -· , . Clock in Methodist Church to ' Register Pledges by the Week. | · Tie 1 debt paying campaign in the j Methodist Episcopal church is going j steadily forward, according to. an- I nouncement by the pastor. Rev. G. L,. I Richardson. .By the -first of. April the i debt will have -been reduced frtjfti j J10.000 to' $7,000. The canvassing j committee is at work and is endeavor- j ing- to enlist every member of. the ! church in the enterprise. j A. huge clock is being erected in the ! church and will be on exhibition! about .April T, which will register the results of the campaign from week to week. . ! April 7 is rally day in the Sunday : school, -also the beginning ol' the re- · vival meetings. The aim is 300 present at Sunday school. The adult department will meet on that occasion in the main auditorium of the church : and Dr. Daniel Westfail. the evange- '-. list,' will address this part of the : school. The children's department · will meet in the Sunday school room | and the pastor -will address the chil- | dren.' ! Baby Scratched Day and Night * Had Breaking Out All Over Face and on Head. Blisters Came. Ctiticuta Healed. Nothing Purer, Sweetet, F( Ail Skin Troubles Than Cuticura. to Crown. 11 The following will take pant: Sopranos, .Miss Laura Engle, Mrs. llitben,'Miss ilargaret DeBolt, Miss Edna Bnulc, the' Misses Lillian and Susan Hicks, Mrs. Ream; altos, Mesdasmes James A. ^IcCrcary and G. S. Peters, and the -Misses Sarah Jfc- Diffett and Kataerine Francis; tenors, j churchman urged .to attend this ser-j Messrs. James McCreary, Grant .Myers and L. K. Fisher; bassos, Messrs. Wm. Hicks, H. C. Davis, C. D. Bailey. -Miss 'Anna Kate McBride will be organist. SUNDAY I The program: Organ voluntary, iliss MOTHER GRAY'S POWDERS BENEFIT MANY CHILDREN ThmisBDiia of mothen b»ve found SloUier GI-BJ'B Sweet Powdera im rrcellent temedy'for children' complnininK of headache, «i]d», forer- lihnesf, Btomach troubles and bowel irresnlirf- ties from which children anffer. They areeaay and j^emwittourtie And excellent reMi'l* are « comptUhed hjr tbelr n«. Utud fry mnthfri/or 30 jwtra. Sold by DraggUU eTflljwhetc, 25 ceta. vice. Services in St" John's German 'Lutheran church. UNITED BKETH3U3N. School at 9:45 a. m., o'.d time, tism'and Communion at 11:00 Bap-} McBride; · hymn No. 159, prayer, Rev. .-Richardson; old -Um«. Jr. T. T. S. C. £. at 2:30, old : .time. Sr. T. P. C. £. at 6:30, old time. Communion'at 7:30, old time. Reception of members morning and evening. Special music TfUl he rendered morn- ,ing and evening. A special invitation 'to all and strangers a hearty welcome. Prayer meeting Susdny morning- at six o'clock, old time. Everybody in- epiphany; offertory; introduction, orsan; "He Was Despised", solo, -Mrs. Hibben; recitation and chorus, choir; "O Lamb o( God", solo, Charles D. Bailey:, chorus, choir; "Stars in Their Golden Splendor", solo, Mrs. Hibben; "0 Could I Speak the MatchleaH Worth", solo and chorus; reading: ."The Changed Cross", by .Mrs. ,'r.ioes McCreary; "He "rited to th'e early Easter prayer sorv- Arose", solo, Miss Laura Engle; "He ice. J. S. Showers, pas-tor. Arose", chorus, choir; "O Swing the -- · Gates wide Open", solo, Charles D. Bailey; chorus; choir; tenor solo. ' TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, Rev. Ellis B. Burgess, pastor.- The Bi- · ' ble school will hold an Easter rally at 10 a. m. The chief service irill be held at 11 a. m.. at -which time the ' members of the catechetical class will be confirmed, "new members "will be admitted to Christian fe-1 lows hip, children and adults baptized and the holy ~ communion administered. The I,uther 1 X*agTie will meet at t»:45 p. m. At 7: SO i. m., the church quartet, assisted by the orchestra will reader s. delightful program of Easter music. You .are invited to share oar Easier 'joys. -' EVANGELICAL. ASSOCIATION, S. 'ConneUsville, M. B. Mclaughlin, minister. Prayer service at 6 a. m. Sunday school at 3:30 a, m.. Superintendent Samusl Witt Sc-rmon by 'the minister at 10:30 a. m. At 7:30 p. m. there will be a special service consisting ot a song story -with additions. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening and cottage prayer service, on. Thursday evening. A cordial invitation Is extcmted to all. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. SOUTH Pittsborg street, Wilbur Nelson, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a, m. Public worship at 11:0 a. m. Baptisms, special music and communion. Sermon topic, "Faith "Without Sight.'' Evening worship at .7:30 p. m. Special music by the choir aud brief sermon by the pastor, topic, "Victory." · 'THE METHODIST PROTESTAOT ·'church, West Aple street. John H. Lambertson, minister. Class meeting at 9 A. M. Sabbath school at 0.45 A. M. preaching morning, afternoon · and evening by Evangelist L. A..Ben- .nett of Baltimore. Morning at 11, subject, "Going Well." Afternoon at -.S; subject. "Are You Insured?" Evening at 7.30. subject, "On the Fence · of Indecision." Baptism and Reception of members at the morning service. Christian Endeavor at 6.45 P. ·"rom the Risen Christ's Forty Days." Remember all services will 'be one hour earlier. ·"THE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN church. South. Pittsburgh street and Morton avenue. William J. 'Everhart, minister. Morning worship at 11; topic; "Alive Forevermore." Eve- iiing worship at 7.45. Tie choir will sing the cantata, "Our Risen Savior." Sabbath school at 9.45 A. M. Junior and Intermediate Y. P. C. U. at Z P. ' M, Senior Y. P. C. U. at 6.45 P. M. .Prayer- meeting Wednesday 'evening at 7.45 o'clock. COVENANTER CHURCH. SAB bath school as usnal. Preaching services at 11 o'clock; also at 7.30, conducted by Charles T. Caison, of the K. P. Seminary. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. GEORGE "Walker Buckner. pastor. Morning sermon, 'The Resurrection of Life." Evening. "The Possibilities of Christ." Sunday school at 9.30.. Christian En- .deavQj at 6.30. At the Sunday school ·ah offering will be taken tor the Orphanage. CHURCHES OF CITY TOMORROW OBSERVE EASTER FESTIVAL Continued from Pag? One. .It (he 3Iethutlist Episcopal. The Easter cantata in the Metho- i dist Episcopal church will be given Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock by the choir un'der the direction of Charles D. Bailey. The title is "From Cross James A. McCreary; "Rejoice, Ihe Lord 15 Biseii", choir; benediction. , Trinity Latheran Church. A delightful program of , Easter music will be rendered on Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock, by tao Trinity Quartet, assisted by a seiect orchestra. The, members of" the quartet are: Miss Jlariaa Munson, soprano; 31iss Mildred Miller, alto;'Mr. Lester Crawford, tenor; Mr. Hoy O. Clabangh, bass. Miss Pearl Keck will preside at the organ. The following is the program in detail: Orchestra; quartet, "As It Began to Dawn," Vincent; solo, "TUere Is a Green Hill Far Away", Gounod, Miss Mildred Miller; quartet. "Thou Life Divine", Morrison; solo, '"Easter Triumph", Shelley, ilrs, Lesteir Crawford; duet, "Power Eternal", Rossini, Miss Munson and Mrs. MiHer; quartet, "Sing Alleluia Forth", Buck; solo, "The Women at the Tomb", Warner, Miss Marian Munson; 'quartet, "Peace Be Unto You", G. C. Bartlett; orchestra. The TJ. B. Projrram. Following the administration of the Holy Communion at the evening service at tie United Brethren church the church choir,'assisted by the regular churcb. orchestra, "win rendered a musical cantata, entitled "The; First Easter", by Ira B. Wilson. The soloists are Mrs. George Santmyer, soprano; Miss Hazel Huey, soprano; Miss-Hilda Bridegum, contralto; R. C. Witt, tenor and L. G. Hoover, basso.. . Meyersdaie. M5YERSDALE, March 29.--Special Easter services-will be held in all the Meyersdaie churches. Especially fine programs have been; prepared at the Lutheran, Reformed and Methodist churches an early service at 6 A. M. ·will be held. Miss Margaret Hartle. superintendent in a hospital at Warren, Pa.. is here for a week's vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hartle. · ' Miss Francis Livengood, of the Homestead high school, arrived here Thursday to remain until Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'W; S. Livengood. : * Miss Eva and Elizabeth Cadtlell of Somerset are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Deal. .Miss Ella Walker is visiting friends for a ween in Bellevue. William Dill, who is attending school in Philadelphia, is spending the Easter vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dill. Miss Nora Cox, a graduate nurse of McKees Rocks, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Cox of the South Side. Mrs. Alice Leckemby. las gone to Augusta, Ga., where she will spend Easter with her son; Corporal W51- !iam Leckemby. ·Head our advertisements. .Miss Margaret Dainico, a student at [ndiana State Normal, arrived Friday :o spend the Easter vacation at ".he jome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. jus -Damico. Miss Jessica Reed of Woman's Collego,' Columbia University, New York, is a guest over Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'J. C. Reed.' . Miss Elizabeth. Shardt, wh'o:is at- ending a business college in Cumber- and is home for a week v with her parents,- Mr. and Mrs. John B. Shardt. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Walker of near Berlin were guests of their fon, R. B. Walker and family on Friday. Dunbar. E. C. Eason for wall'paper.--Adv.-- 26mar27t SoOc*. · The up-to-date pool room in town · open for business today. Royal Pool ; Room, 209 North. Pittsburg Street. ' --Adv. Mar. 30 It. . ' ' "My baby bad a breaking out all over her face, and there was some on her head. Small blisters came, and then . they burst and. became sore, red, and angry, and a dry alcin came over them. She scratched at them day and night, and she was so disfigured I was ashamed for her to be seen. "My mother suggested that we get a free sample of Cuticura Soap and Ointment arid we did. It gave relief at once. Then we bought more, and in about fourweeksshewashealed." (Signed) Mrs. G. S. Carr, Landehbelg, Fa., Nov. 12, 1917. You may rely on Cuticora to cate for your skin, scalp, hair and handa. Nothing better to clear the akin of pimples and blotches, the scalp of dandruff andthehandsofchapping. 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