The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 13, 1918 · Page 6
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May 13, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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.RAGE SEf. THE DArur cuumieat, PA. MONDAY, MAT 13, 191$. JEWS OF THE DAY AT ML PLEASANT BR1EEY RELATED KOH of McKeesport are the guests of ^liss Eamia Gels-thorpe. iVanderbilt. Commencement for Borough Schools is Complete. VANDE-RB1LT, May 13.--Misses Mary and Sara Freed ana nephew, i Christian, visited their sistor, Mrs. K. Program ' **· Thorpe, o£ Perryopolis. 1 Daniel Gallagher of Conn ellsvi lie., THIRTY-TWO ARE TO GRADUATE! was a caller here yesterday. Mrs. William HartwJck is visiting her son., Hubert Hartwick. who is in , ie Mc-KcC'aport hospital ' MI'« Hcu n Kyan ot'connoiuviiio.! ] speni Sunday with Miss Lilburao Standard Coke Plant Kmployes All j Buy Liberty Hoods and Total for Hi* j Place is $S6,."00; Red Cross Mett-i ing Called; Other Personal ott's.j Special lo T'.io Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, May 13.-Thursday evening :be cla?s day exercises of the local high school w i l l i he held in tbe hig;i school building. [ admission, free. On next Sunday eve- j ning the baccalaureate sermon will j be delivered in tbe Grand Opera] house by Rev. Fulmer. Services will j begin at S.15 o'clock. On Monday eve- ' niusr. May 27, in the Grand Opera house, will be toe ^lass play, "Claim Allowed,"' with art admission of 25 cents. On Wednesday evening commencement proper w i l l be held, wuh the following speakers on tbe program: Lottie Klimowski, Mary j Xieder, Nellie \Vhipkey. Carl R u d e r , ; Kraanuel Vollun an 1 Mildred Gaffney. \ On the class roil are R u t h Bossart, Ruth Easinn. Mildnid" Gaffney, Evelyn | Galley, Lillian Galhy,'Lottie Klimovs- | ki, Catherine Maniak, Madge Ong, j Marie Queer. Mary- Queer, Margaret Rega, Naomi Rhodes, Sara Smith, Nellie "Whipkey. Uivadu Fulmer, Ralph Fox. Joseph Nizcrorta, H a r r y i Ramsey. Carl Ruder, Arthur Swan son, j L'mauei Volkin and Charles Williams. Tbe senior class commercial studeius are Edna Eicher. A'ary Gaglino. El en M u l l in. MMartha Sandusky. Mary j Neider, Raymond Singhaman,. Flryd ' Harrier. Ernest H.inn, ^"illiam Lin- ; ' ingier anrl Frank S:ohl. Stainilard 1»MI Per Cent. The Standard \v rks of the H, C, l-'i-ick Coke company, with !)52 em^ plcyes is 10 ( " per cent patriotic, as every employe at the plant owns -a Liberty Bond of U.e third issue. The total amount of money subscribed for was $50,500. Complete Campaign rinns. The parade conniuttt'e w i l l m c c L tomorrow night a.;aiu when f u r t h e r plans will be laid for the Red Cross war fund parade f be heid on next Mondty nij^ht. A 1 , this time every chiid in the Parochial schools will march, on that evening and an effort is being made to h ive all of tbe public school chilrtrer t u r n out. Duvid Mauffer. The funeral sn:vices for David Staufter, who died nt his Main street home was held frr-m there yesterday afternoon and v/af in charge- of Rev. T. C. Harper. In'^i-ment was made in the Mount Pleasant cemetery. Mr. Stauffor was .1 Civil Vr'ar veteran and was buried with thoep honors. Mrs. George Schilling of Franklin j j is here visiting friends. : Mr. and Mrs, Foster. E. Barr a n d ! Mr. and Mr^. Snyder Kelly and daughtc-r of DunbtLc, visited -the -former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kelly yesterday. Netse Moore of Pitts burg, is visiting his parents, Mr. and .Mrs, J. C. Moore. Mrs. Hurry 3. Reed was a ConneUd- ville caller Saturday. J. H. LiUeu, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sefeli and son and 7^1 iss May Bishop were out of town chillers yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. Harshmun and children of Juniata, spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Jacob Harshman. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Homer and sons of Conncllsvilie, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Oglcvcc. Dunbar. Dl'NTIAR. May 13.--Misses Virginia U l l e n b c r g e r and Carrio Boyer visited in Gray's l a n d i n g over Sun- \V:Ibur Foitz and Clarence H. Smith left for Washington, D. C. whe.re they will enlist. Mrs. J. M. Burhans spent a few hours in ConnollsviUe Sunday. Mrs. George Boyd of McKeesport visited her sister, Mrs. Frank Frost of Speers Hill over Sunday. Republicans, Mr. O'Neil is the type of man is the same yesterday, today and to~ raorrow. Y o u ' h a v e but to see and hear him, but to know him, tn be convinced of this .fact.--Adv.-llMt. SPECIAL! Cream and Sugar Sets 45c A Regular 9Sc Value RUGS V STOVES "The Big Store! Near The Bridge." I 154-15$ ^Vcst Crawford Avenue.Successors Leonard Furniture Co, SPECIAL! 2 Piece Carving Sets 39c A Regular 75c Value. uites For Every Room -Saving Introductory Prices There's no need to, pay high prices for classic period furniture--not if you come to tVe \ew Store. Our Acquaintance Prices on Suites for every room will prove to the discriminating buyer that the real values of the city are to be had at the "Big Store Near the Bridge." If you have a floor covering need supply it now. Prices at the New Store are at the lowest notch and patterns and colorings are of the latest. While present stocks last the Big Store saves you a fourth to a third on Refrigerators. All styles are shown here. Everyone constructed scien- tically thus assuring proper circulation, cooling and ice saving qualities. lodera Methods and Sriperior Fadlities The two strong factors which have added much to this hank's service are mouern methoos and superior facilities, and which have heeri found especially useful to our customers in t h e transaction of t h e i r banking business. Checking accounts, including your, are invited. Notice To Truck Owners WE ARE READY FOR YOU. We.tave installed a Solid Tire Press, and can equip your trucks with . Kelly-Springfield u . Eight Thousand Mile Guaranteed Solid Tires ori an hour's notice. Allow us to quote you. Weils-Mills Motor Car Co., ,- CONNEltSVILLE, PA. Boautifnl 'eiv Full Size Grey Enamel Carnages __________ Compare these Carriages with $35 values you see elsewhere -- big, full size, easy riding siyles, in the rich French Grey enamel. Just a few here to go at this special pries. Soc Our Special (2? "B "j Strollers ___ ___ «P-t -»-· Sec (he Antomatic Lowering' Flour Uin. This is t h e famous Rollers Kitchen Cabinet you pee advertised in the lead- magazines--notice the exclusive patented automatic lovoring flour 'Mn, see how convenient it is to fill (holds a full sack of flour). Cone in and see the many different features of t.he Sellers and you'll readily understand why it enjoys such Immense popularity. A t t h e Z i m m e r m a n - W i l d Store Exclusively. AH Sizes All Styles All Prices Conncllsville's Bisrg-ost Selection New Styles Here in Square Tube Cribs S1L.7B up. The Crti of Bcioaro tubing seems to have The call--mothers who -want something different for the "Babe" -will find the styles here jnsiantlr appealing. Mar we show you these as well as our regular line of Cribs from ConneDsville's Greatest Showing of Duofolci Suites and Davenports at the Nffvr Store. See Our Bfe Special Full Siae Davenports $39.50 Compare It With Other Store's 860.00 Values. From Pocket to Pocket Send money near or far by i ; Money Transfers Safe, quick, inexpensive. Patronized by the public to the extent of seventy- five million dollars yearly. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. OUR LIBERTY :CLUB MAKES BUYING A BOND EASY FOR EVERYBODY A d o l l a r starts you- -ann a dollar thereafter [or ·!!) weeks pays for a I $ljf) Bond, paying 4 1-4 per ceal ! interest- j It's a splendid way to wive money and at the s;uno t i m e help to win the war. It's a whole lot hotter to lend your money to U n c l n San; than h a v e the Kaiser take i; away from you. Come in for f u l l information. · 129 W. Crmrford ATR.. ConnellsrHlo. "The Bank that UOP.JI Things for You" Capttul nnd Snrplns $300,000. gains in A tract of 112 acres, situated within one mile of the B. O. R. R. main line, all down grade to depot and nice town of 800 people, having High School facilities and five churches. This tract has 60 acres of bearing peach and apple trees which have been given the best possible care. Two good houses and outbuildings, a well and never failing Spring within 30 feet of the house. All will bear closest inspection. An excellent opportunity to make good money and give Summer homes for men of moderate means. Special reason for selling. Price $12,000. Terms reasonable. Parties own one other tract a little larger, two-thirds of planted acreage in bearing which can be bought at reasonable price. Write for full particulars. Cumberland Fruit Exchange Box 275, CUSTBERIjASD, MD. i · Bi^rpITirjr^Petey is Stfll A.slng.th« Kjirse TTbat is Was All ATxmt, Bj C. A. TOISHI \ AH \ OVJM "BALI. , "DOUBT A12ooT IT

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