The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 26, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 26, 1918
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THE DA-rLY..eOURIBR,- -CONNBLLSVItLE, PA. ·PAGE THREE. ISrNOTES TELL (VHAFS HAPPENING mm HILL TOWN renth and Eighth Grades 31 ve Entertainment at .*_ HIgfi Softool,,- j"- : .:J, (ORALLY ATRANKINSCHOOL Aytertaii^WU .ittke JJep»rt« for xu at jtuiaal Congregational - W«dnes1ay iE'vcnta!*? i to Oia Fellows; Other Sews 5 "Sf«hil to The- Courier.' ; ' XMTTDALE, . April 16.-- OttVed- lajr evening the seventh and eighth les'of-tlie:sr«de achoal, in charge- flss.,Lonise t .Kerr, .gave an . enter r . meat in the' stiidy hall of the high ·ottrafldittg;.the proc^ds from the' scUon goins( j.t?- the Red. Cross. following program was carried Meeting called to order by the IdeiiC.Geral'd'Ixiucks: roll call! by. 5*«^t«rJi MiWred StauSter; reciia- . .Albert. Strickler:_ recitation^ tg "'ot r the Camp",'" James Walters ; -tnr'-ot- paper,- .William -Wal-ihoiir; Ation..J au; "Walthour; recitation, Ula Miller;' song, "Apple Bios-' i; n - reciution; Margaret Zimmer; rectt£Hbnr fliUlp' McWlttamsr ·jetSt/n, - Junior. . Campbell;. . recita= . Mereiilth Brooks; song, Elsie rtfw' and 1 'Pauline" Webb';" Jokes ·i» Marks; recitation, Lamar, Ji; recttation, Mabel Crete Reys;-- recitation, Francis Reynolds; ;, "The AninU Chorus;" recitation, iard Goldenson; recitation, Lester a; song, fUaeeJanett anajSdjrar ~ - ' Crete Reynolds; violin.solo, John dtt; recitatitffir : :EiiB8"J rentise; Miss Lorna Atwood; address, J. ampbell.- There- -was a- very good idance and the proceeds netted tie Ireri over $25. · . ring. to . \he.unseaspnable _weather itiqng 'and late 'deliveries .on or-. plKced »"long time iigo; we find riTea: considerably a , oyjrstpcke.d the most desirable and stylish :handise. "We are obliged, thereto move same at once at cost or in- outer bills. . Yotucmghl ink. .at,- .these stylish suits,;, coats,, ses," "millinery, cildren's" "wear infants'- this ^. rtnpitt. jo * economize /on.. ...your fnl' porcnases. A visit to onr -wln' ; -»irreeablr -surprise- 1 -and' fit you. Bro»d,nray Ladies' Store, As you get off the car. -- 9B ^orenee Hurst entertained the ibers .of the. Fidelity chapter, 3nh»t*r'"GjJil«l,-3t "her- home- -here evening. Following the pro- i jjsrjr -nice, represhments . were M' and a pleasant soci"! hour' waa - - - patriotic meeting was held at the i di'-"-g*oT" last evenlrtg." 'Dr.' t.- - nnt.o( this .place, ..urgcd_tliB. buy.-. 3t ijberty Bonds, wniih was the oee'ot th'e'mee'tins.- Ttie i'sch'oai 5«*l'»a -very " tie appeaj; .. ; ComgMftttoial Meeting. . ^ .e annual congregatioiial meeting ic First Presbyterian church will eld'jfeit- Wednesday "fe» ening, -iiajt td the-_fQllpjnng- committees- have appointed to have charge: Pro- i, -Mrs-'t. AJdeiT-Marsh, thalrBiani;'- · CSterJes:*: Hall,* Mrs, .J, E.- ;nineoa; lunch, Mrs. ,D. H. KeHy, irtfan;'' M-rsi George -Harper arid' E. *L, Stoner. L ... ffmomo^ . w ^ . ^ .^ "local Odd Fellows will have 1 .iuhmit-seTmon-' at th'e 'United iren -churcM-- here on- Sunday ilng. VootOfg ike Cwue. s. C. A. Colborn, Mrs. Charles E. am. Mrs. Lucy A. Poole, Mrs. Jo- Reynolds. Mrs. K. "W. llaird, Hiss ;1 Lowstetter,' Mrs. J. "E. Steel-, i and Mrs, J. .T^-Pah^' »£.-itMs i, were at Greensburgi-on- Thurs-% .working in the Interest of tem- ice.'- , "... ... Other. iTftks. 3S Florence Lockard,' a_nurse ia ing at the Honwqpathic .hospital jttsburg, -spenf Tanrsday'evenins, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George krd. ' ; F. Kerr of Pittsburg, _was ;here. if on Scottdale friDnos,ve^t«r[la}\; s. Anna Lowe has returned'ibme. Pittsburg, where sbe visited ds. -.-·-.-- iert Keister, Jr.. enlisted .in tie department at .IVairhliigton last * He was assigned" to tKe 'radio' di of the Naval Reserves as first. \m»chinist. He left Wednesday :,to report in Washington last -' From Washington he will he :"io Philadelphia and from, there a. ^ "..'·- ~~ g. Joseph Goethe Hrisited Mt «nt jesterday.. _ SPAIN T of Bh«iMtUv ; mii' Gi«tj Xen- uia, Xun**f»» Chert-CoUs and ' - ' " . . . . . ''·' '. ii.*inai« .Jt- i i»B»til*?WoC . . , "it**'fr«*ly "to* draw --the '-pain -from' ·:fe«t«*U*a..KTCa '-ta* 'clul 'uid for Irosted feet. -- Adv. ii.:; olM«ifi«d'coluhm 4-Ee-UI Providing bigger and better values of the highest: quality; ffurmturej .Rugs,: .;Carpets, Stoves and lias become habit,...,-.-...' . 27 years' Aaron's ipolicy has si wilTbe-rto provide values : prices .so low that they cannot be ^-^L.J-.-- , . . r · ' . · · f . · · * : . i duplicated anywh^r,ei ; ; · ";'··' ·..' "-.''' Connellsville's Reliable isfaction at all rs jniefe er what price you pay--is gu give complete sat- y., convenient payment terms can mged.' That's whiJ.s grown «md prospered:--and thable never buy without at least seeiron's offer. iide on aRefiigerator? oneof the most important- purchases you will- .ever Jwive. -to. -mok«- f or ryjaacJiowsehold. . . . . : . -, ,, . . , . ". Many women.* make the mistake -of buying a cheap -refrigerator or ; a v ^small_pne.. ; .Let your first refrigera- _tpr be .one. of permanent^ ..value to you;' A careful study of the ipllonv- -ing-painti wilThelp yon purcho-ie one that- will be. satisfactory for'tlie · * ' · ' · · Four important points la waich *; 1. The refrigerator 'stiottltT be phtnnedso the air circulates freely -into CTery -part of the food chamber. *-·· 2. The -Hiring should be sanitary, easily cleanable. - . . · - . : . 3. The insulation of. the walls, should b£«J£i)erfect as possible. 4. .porcelain lining. It cannot % brcak, crack or chip! Thistone piece ROr- celsin lining-bas roanJed inside 'front-cornets. This is a Leonard exclusive- patented feature and c a n n o t 'be found in any other refrigerator, v. T«n wall* cave your ice - · . TheLeonardCleanable is insulated by ten different walls. This keeps the.heot out of the refrigerator and keeps the cold in." Select a refrigerator made in 1 Grand Rapid* ' " Whatever grade or type of refrigerotoi you buy--look for the name "Leonard" and · the m«rk-- "Mnde in Grand Rapids". Hera are located the moat expert workmen-- the finest cabinet makers-- the most experienced Come fat and g*t-an Interesting, helpful booklet-- "Care of Refrigerators . Lef us' Bho«yop.ont ot the famous l.eonard models. . , able Refrigenrtbrs- · have a one" piece 1 Leonard C 1 e r laf h a b 1 e. Refrigerator n Grand SaiAlt, Mic*. Prices.range.froni as low as $8.50 Upward. This Three-Piece Solid ClaK Bed sioom Suite. AfemarRabie Value at-- Every piece in this Suite-is very beautifully nr.isbcri and sbows Lhc workman- .ship of the most skilled experts. Both the Dresser uad Chiffonier have large, heavy plate mirrors. . - . Homefurnishers Since 1891. just received. The irameid Iho spring cwistraction is the sa f n 'ihe more expi-nsive Daven- ports.Tii" best grade ot imilation 1 leathe'" ' ' . Be Sure to See This Brass" Bed Value TJiis Genuine Brass Bed $12.75 Very substantially built. Has 2 inch Colonial uosu and · .3-1 inch ailers. ; : t: This Massive Three-Piece Puling: · -. : ^^^^«'SO Room Suite. Ah Exceptional \ JO«3^ ~" One of the new m'odels'just received. Frames are 'soli;"construction .is "of 'it* Very be3( aiid'tie'suite is ;upliolstered in the best grade o£ black "Finished in a beautiful golden oak. At this price it's a value you can', afford 'to ov ; ·- p ._Be.siretp see-the Royal JBasy Chair we're offering at $19,50 The chair that gives ease, comfort, and rest after a hard day's -work. Seerit demonstrated. : . . - : · · - This 7-Piece Dining Room Suite. A Very Special Value at Only i '-".. ^'iConsists of solid,oak", heavy Colonial Pedestal Extension Table and Quarter salved oak, box seat diners. . . . . . . . ; ' . .75 sis genuine The Talking MacI You Wffl Even all Records! -- No Needles to ClaansJ - -- ^ 7 o Records to wear ! / Patbc Records 65c to ^ Pathephones $SO tp $: iKwe Outfit . . . . -l and C Ifccords-- (12 t . Credit Tornis. Kaltex Furniture This Sturdy. Kaltex Rocker An exceptional value. · Very substantially .built. ·jj Has separate 1 - cushions --and" spring ·s^ats, tlpuclstered ; iri"llne'cretonne. Now is the Time to Buy That New Rug 3- Famous New -:ess las Range Because rjght now at Aaron's, prices are mui^-··- -lower than elsewhere--rnuch lower than they ever again be. Our showing is complete--the largest cplle| tion in Fayette.county to.choose from. There a* Tapestry Brussells, 'Body Brussells and 'Wilts Rugs (including the.'famous 'Whittall priced as follows:-- ' . . . . . . . . . 6x9 Rugs--$10.75 to $50 8-3x10-6 Rugs--$19.75 to $73 9x12 Rugs--$19.50 to $81 11-3x12 Rugs--$25.50 to $110 10-6x13-6 Rugs--$39 to $140 '·: Rugs--Entire Second Floor This-G««ulne H«ed - Carriage The..Hoosier Kitchen:.Cabinet is. the iabor^saving machine of the Kit-. chen^-that's why it's already used in over a million homes today. That's why-the-Hopsier has been tie first' choice of over a million housewiyes--and' uot .one of them" would do-without herrHoosier after pnce.nsing it. See Hoocier Demonstrated Come'in: today ,aiid .let ns tell "-you all aboiit^Eoosier.-r-TT'fi'U '.'.be more than pleased ·lovB*. yon Its many : exclusive teatiires. No - obBiaaon»?TfiafeTer. Prices from as low as $26.50 upward. TluV Porch S built Ah wfll follow. $3.75 Very. substantially, e value at this price.'"' " ·

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