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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 1, 1918
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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. -PAGE'TESEEL NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAFS HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN : Teaching Corps for tbe Next Year is Named by the School Board. FRENCH IS ADDED TO COURSE St»dj is Elective and Gernu Also in : K*teiMd. A»omg the Elective ;'· Brudin of tie High Seliool Cnrri- loan KttichfS $560,000. ftpeclaL to Ttifi Courier^ SCOTTDALE," May 1.--The local school board held Its regular monthly meeting on Monday evening when the :followjng ; ;te»cheri were elected for the coming year: L. Alden Marsh, supervising principal; M. Nevin Waug- . aman, principal of high school; super- .visor of .grades, Maude Loucks; high school teachers, Jessie Reid, mathematics; viola 'Simpsoii, English. and history; Xaura Jean. Jarrett,. German ] and French; Lillian Loncks, Latin;! Addle Randal!, English and civics; | Chestnut street .building. Henrietta I McClaryvSara Sherrlck, Olive Bloom, I Mary Wenatler, Helen' Silsley, Frances Sparks, Mazie Love, Katharine Shepr ler, Lela'Shupe, _Zeia.Burtsncld, Mai ; Gibson, ·Kate'Taauehlll, Helen Strict ' ler, Matilda TannebJH; Ruth Browning,,' Mary Mollison; Pittsburg street build- \ ing, Louise Kerr, principal and teach- ] cr of sixth- grade, Ruth ' Weimer, Anna Kate Shupe, Ruth llicher. Olive Rhodes, Edna. Rhodes .and Jesse Dinger; special teachers, G. D. Porter, | manual training; P. 6. Peterson, writ-j ing; Mary Myers; domestic science;; Mrs. Jul'a Ulery, art,:and Lorna Att-i wood, music.' Three of the grade! .teachers flid not apply" for' schools. "These Winifred O'Connor, Harriet Weddi!ll arid Miss Florence Hurst. The directors decided to leave Ger- jnan in the school'as an elective study and to alsD make French an elective] study of tb,e. school. Mrs. Anna Woos. ter, the attendance officer, was ehosen i to 'register..the children.;; The bid for. the installation of a heating plant' if. 1 the Chestnut street building'was given! to J. I. Dick'of this place who will b'e- g\n work as soon as the students are' : out ot schoo'. so that ttey . can have' 'a'ccew to th« building; | Lomi Total $560,000. The Liberty Loan Subscriptions .for-! 'Scottdale has'now reached $560,000i : .-and ot. this amount ?50,0')0' has been raised by the women's committee. . B»rS«»rt aid Bead. Value at.i service have built our business. Our extensive connections ·, command tfie best in the msrket. . IThis is the-only-Specialty Women's . ; "Wearing Apparel Store in the countyj i i.cterinc tp.^women's, children's and · infant's" wear onlr, and naturally w e ! -.' show a far larger assortment, a. newer.] " istyle and at a lower price than any ; i other jjtore can, afford. For your own ; tiatisfacUon of mind see ur before'you ; '.buy. Broadway Ladles'.Store, Scott-. jdale. As you get off the car.--Adv. : : ;. , Other Xotes. Mrs." Joseph Doorley of. Wilkins- rbnrg is visiting friends here. "^ - Mrs.'"W. F. Stauffer. who has been . at West Point visiting^ her son returned *hozne today -bringing;.with her. as -her. guest. Mrs. James D. Stevens of ·Montclair. N. J.. . , . , - . Harry'Sidawayof Cumberland s'pent the week end with his parents, MR . .and'Mrs. A. E. Sidaway. I Miss Ella Moorehouse spent the iireelc end with Miss'Helen Hasness. · Mrs. George Getzinger and family have returned to their Cleveland, Ohio, home after a visit paid friends here. Confluence. CONTLUENCE, May 1.--Miss Louise Augustine left yesterday for a visit with friends at Perryopolis and Fay- ctte : C!tr.' . .' Parke Bender is working at the Baltimore Ohio ^ station in; place of E. ,B. Brown,-who is off-duty on account of illness. H. L;-'Sellers, who holds a position · as. salesman for a firm in Rockwood, . was a visitor here with his family ' several days recently. Daisy Watson; daughter of Mr: and ' Mrs. H. R. Watson, is.recovering from . typhoid fever. · . ·, ' ; . Pat Burnworth of Connellsville, vis- I ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin . Burnworth, here yesterday. · :'.Scott Anderson -left -yesterday.for i. Pittsburg, where he will bo employed . by the Seaboard . Construction com-' , pany. ; Mrs. O. L. Piott has returned to her : home in Clarksburg, W-. Va., after' a ·I visit with :ber friends, Mr. and Mrs. i H. P. Meyers, a few days. · . ' Saving dollars ana wasting the lives ' of the boys in the trenches is poor j business. .. Better Invest in a Liberty : Bonds. . ' - , · . NUXATEDERON U X . ami MedlpI Author. t*r* phjniciiu N frocritMieorr oirwfc toon-- Noxtcdlroa-- . tot ibdrpaueat»--»»y» aa*c«ia--Iron defiri- - «ncy--i» tie irtatm coiic'to tbe health. «rtnfib.*itz!ir/indbnuitr of the taolem Anwr- Icu Woman.--Sowicfe virolor *£3s»c nMflf oe- Ufflc Iroa irhick wty Injure-tie tectb. corrode Uwmwttcb and Ja«**.=«« tbcretr »· o«e tMC of «^r SKxated Iron. 7 »ft« »aH- I''" 1 aat eadmace «4 wok. rantowa fotkt la tw* .wcrfc«*tin»« Mr for Sale by A. A. Clarke, "Coniiellsville's Reliable The extensiveneas of our patronage--the magnitude and volume of our business--those are the most, convincing evidences of the preference we enjoy from Fayette County's mighty community of Homefurnishers. For 27 years Aaron's has sold only reliable, exclusive lines of quality Furniture, Rugs. Carpets, Stoves and Homefurnlshings--values as large as our immense four-store Imying-pcmer and honest "merchandising methods can possibly maSte them--Talues t.hat cannot be duplicated anywhere. And ire back up our merchandise with a helpful assisting sales service and a.guarantee of complete satisfaction. Then too, 1 Aaron's advertising is truthful. Every advertised article remains on onr floors for your inspection until our stock of same is exhausted--\ve don't advertise one thing: and then ivhen you come to our store try to sell you something entirely different. Our service also insures delivery to your homo of exactly the articles that you yourself have selected. Come in and took around--you're always welcome at Aaron's. ONE PIECE- PORCELAIN LINED REFRIGERATORS Refrigerators That Conserve Food and Save Ice There is a wide difference in Refrigerators. Some will preserve a very low temperature but only by consuming large quantities of ice. Otters do not use so much ice but only part of the food chamber is cooled because of faulty circulation. Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators are designed by refrigeration- experts--who have spent a lifetime building Refrigerators. Every Xnown improvement is found in the Leonard--that's why it's the only Refrigerator it pays to buy for your home. Ten Walls Save Your Ice The Leonard Cleanable has ten insulated walls to keep the heat out and the cold in. You will note the saving in your ice bills with this refrigerator. Moreover, Uie perfect circulation, of air is worked out on a. strictly scientific basis. The' air-tight locks make the door practically self-closing. A Permanent Investment A properly built refrigerator should last you a lite-time. For this reason it is economy to select a refrigerator that has been made with all the skill and ^.rc of a fine piece of furniture. In brief, make your refrigerator purchase a permanent one. ONE PIECE-PORCELAIN LINED REFRIGERATORS See the Different Models NOW--Prices from $8.50 Upward. Your Choice of Either Kal- Q-CK) tex Rocker or Chair.' Only ^ Note the inviting appearance or these chairs, which are exactly as illustrated. -.- Air especially, attractive design in fibre, durably made and finished in new" brown.and. green shades. They are upholstered in cretonne with loose seat-cushions. Remarkable valuesj This Famous Kroehler Bed Davenport at 34,50 One of the new, massive models just roc-Rived. Tbe frames arc solid oak and .the spring consLmc- tioa is the same as that found in the more expensive Davenports. Upholstered in. ilie best grade of imitation leather. A Baby Carriage that you'll be mighty proud of The very best you can get, the most comfortable, the most luxurious, is. none too good for your precious one. Nothing will do the baby so much good as to take him out in the fresh air these- invigorating Spring'days. Our showing is complete. And they're all-'genuine reed carriages,. very substantially built. The.spring construction is of the best--insuring baby a comfortable and healthful outing. Come in and see the genuine Reed Carriage that we're offering at It's a remarkable value - - - - - - $24.75 TUs Solid Oak Porch Siting Complete Chains ....:_ A full four-foot porch swing with an easy reclining back. Exactly like the illustration, with Tide 2%-" inch arms. Durably finished and substantially constructed throughout, this porch .swing will give j-ou satisfactory service for. years. in Either C»-| "| tpJL A. This Tea Wagon, Oak or Amerl- can IVnlnut ...... A tea wagon is convenient and desirable at all seasons but never do you have more use for it than in the summer, to serva lemonade, ice drinks, etc., on the porch or lawn. A complete exhibit now on display. . This Genuine Kaltex Reed Suite in Frosted Brown The graceful design of this suite is a work ot art. Note the full roll seats and the medallion woven in the back. But you must see the pieces themse'Ires lo appreciate t i e beauty of finish and perfection, of the workmanship that makes this suite so desirable. This Star- fl»1 O cly Dresser «5 JL* Very . substantially constructed. Pitted with heavy plate mirror. This Metal Table lamp. A Special JQ ft A Talneat tJt/.UU A dignified lamp with an art glass shade in remarkable color combinations.. Complete with extension silk cord and socket as illustrated. It's a value, that you can't, afford to overlook. For Your Summer Enjoyment! Pathephone --Plays ALL Records --No Needles to Change. --No Records to wear out --No Scratchy "Sur face Noise" Come in' and hear the May Keeords. ·XjdsEopjflar-rPathe- ft* A fTA . 1atlle Recor(Ls phone Outfit PO'±.tJ\r · . 6 5 c t o S4 This Genuine Red Cedar *i Chest; A very big value ·*· These chests are moisture, molh and dustproof--giving every possible protection to your clothes. Others as low at $13.7."). Rugs have, been much affected by war conditions; it is therefore very necessary to. make sure of .quality and'per- manency in dyes and such things. We offer you the largest variety in Fayette county to choose from and back up every claim made to you in our Rug Department with the Aaron guarantee of satisfaction. Consists of the ?30 Model Pathephqne and . your.choice o£ 6 double-faced Pathe Records. . Tathephones, $30 .to $225. Pathephone Department--Main Floor Connellsville's Reliable Homefurnishers Since 1891. You need Hoosier in your kitchen to help you conserve . food -- save miles of steps and hours of valuable time. . Come in now and see this labor-saving device demonstrated--no obligations Prices, from as low- as $26.50 upward. ···"I Ohiopyle. OHIOPYLE, May -1-- Harry. Dean and [amily, who have resi rett street for a numbe moved Tuesday to their' new. home. they recently built at Meadow Run. -Miss. Jessie Hall rettfrned yesterday from a. short visit spent in Connells- : few days with relatives. | past several days spent here the suesl' Miss Kthe! Stuck has returned · to; watching 1 Uie processes of Mother Na- 'peas s|ioull not be planted until later Mrs. L. A. McMullen, who has spent | of Mr. and .Mrs. F. K. Bailey. | Mt. Pleasant arier a few days spent turei'aml "taking a tip"' from her." " ins (hey^ai^e-moije- lilreiy ; -'jq j'pf in cool i the past week at Shippensburg, Pa., I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cunningham i and family are moving to '.ho Old Cun-i nlnghai'n farm. | -Mr. and Mrs. David Dillinger and 1 children have returned to their home : ,,,,,,, ,,,, p i returned to her home here Sunday. er of yea-" OH 101 " 1 "'^. * i--* 1 - E. Burdette ' Sf has purchased a .new Oakland car. Mr. and v .Mrs. Brnest Hershberger t her liome here. . -Mrs. .J.'.A. Stark, and children .left v and baby returned to Connellsville last evening after a few days' visit spent here. -Miss Edith Colborn has returned to WHENTOPLANT 1 · Garden'specialists of tije United jsroond than are the_sinootb varieties. | Stales Department of Agriculture di- i^rep the ,;iS)pli?Jloon\s Vail it is'fipie vide vegetables. .inj.o. two. classes---j to .".plant the heal-Jovin^.^vegetables, "warni-toniperature; 1 and "cold-linn- 'such'as.cucmnUoi*;"b'cans. swe'e'l forn. jjei-Ature" vegetables'. ^Vhen peach : pnmiikjn,;ai:d .snash.. Tliis is.'said to at Somerset after a pleasant week's! Mother Snhirc is Very]i the.3r.ost ! an ,i plum trees are in blossom, th'ey i le"an old' bu'f'exceilent 'rifle'.'- '-' visit spent here with rlatives. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams who hasi Trustworthy Guidr. 'say, it is 'time to sow in the open The home gardener.who is not cer-;ground such seeds as lettuce, radish, spent the winter at Elizabeth has re- tain when he should plant his seeds | parsley, beets, turnips, cabbage. car- Tuesday for ConhellsviUe to spend a her home in Connellsvilie after the turned to her home at Ohio'pyle, 'may get more valuable information by 'rots, peas, and onions. The wrinkled If Ton Went So Advertise for it in our classified column. One cent a word.

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