The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 15, 1918 · Page 5
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 15, 1918
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WEDNESDAY. MAY 15, 191S. THE DAILY COOHlJfiK, JUNXlS}-.USViLi]uE. PA. PA'JIS Charming pink and white appoint-; Eesse Courtney in .Morrell avenue, meats prevailed at the wedding of j Greenwood: President, Mrs. Ralph Miss Grace Elizabeth Penrod, daugh-; McCormick: secretary, Mrs. Jacob ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Penrod o f ; Welling; treasurer. Mrs. J. B. Henry. Greenwood, and Raymond L. Trout, : The meeting was in the form of a 10 son ot Mr. and Mr. M. M. Trout o f : t-'cnt tea and was well attended. Scottdale, solemnized last evening a t j -7 o'clock in the hocie o£ the bride i n ' In honor of his birthday A. S. Uad- Ninth street. Greenwood, in the pre5: tlcck. a w e l l Unown resident of the ence of thirty guests, including-mem- ; West Side, will be tendered a party bers of the two families and a few tomorrow afternoon at his uanut In intimate friends of the bride and Tenth street by the William F. K u r t z bridegroom. Rev. G. XV. Terbush. pastor of the. Methodist Episcopal church of Scottdale. officiated, using the ring ceremony. Previous to the ceremony Mrs'. Prances Caplan sang Post, No. 104.. Grand Array Republic, of which lie is a member. HUNDRED THIRTY-THREE FROM CONNELLSVILLE AND NEARBY TOWNS SUMMONED Continued from JfQj^e one... James S. Jacks, Connellsville. Gerald Evans, Connellsviile. John Pittas, Connellsville. James J.. Jones, Everson. Harry Gensieenski, Mount Pleasant. Domenico Fareto, Dawson. John Fcrrence, Coanellsville. Hen Faigen, New York City. Clyde A. Gilpin, ConnellsviUe. Robert Emmett McGowan, Marian- John Smith, Everaon. \Viliiam G. Welsh. Dawson. John A- Burns. New Castle.. ICrnest Eugene Stauffer, StaufTer. Goorge R. Herpick, Connellsville. Edward Cleveland White, Connells- vlllu. Patsy Oovocco, ConBellsville. j Vcntinzio Barbacane, Hagerstown, South Connells- #w»*w»»M«n«amRft3«c»^5fl«w»««sj^ ,Mr. and Mrs. William Brooknmn of j Giogio Petriello, Eliza street, announce the marriage '. v Ule. o£ their daughter. Miss Mavlcuu Mar-» Jospeh C. Sherwood, New York City, garet Brookman, and Tom J. Balance, Chester H. Means, Connellsville. son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Balance ot.j Jnmcs Paul DeVilbiss, Flagstaff, Johnstown, solemnized Thursday, i Ariz. ; May li. in .Johnstown. 'Rev. P. R. 1 Raphael A. Haggerty, Rochester. -Hover, pastor __ - · ' ' South Con- from" Lohengrin vvat played by Miss Jessie Rhodes. The bride wore a pearl grey suit, a hat to match and a corsage of American beauty and pink! ·Killarney roses. Miss Ivy Penrod. a j n ° TCr - "astor * «" sister of the bride. lin d her only at-i c h u r c h ' ° fflclatcd - The V" ! nellsviile b^r^ge 0 \^^^*^TM:^' A ^' Albcrt m c --· beauty-and oink Killarney roses. Fol .|known Balttm i mt»n MJ-. lowing the .ceremony a prettily ap-[ ., . ,, .. ... pointed wedding breuMast was serv- slde ln ConncllsviUe. ed from three-tables arranged in the I - Mmha g ^ of Mr _ dinin-groom._ covers for eight. _being an(i Mrs Boston shaW| was ^^^^ · last night from the Pittsburg Train- he Evangelical ! Joseph Wnite. Dawson. le bride is well ' Gu J" Durbin Tressler, ar among her i nollBville.' is a well ] Aa Selo Albert Martin nore Ohio railroad fire- | ""tend Mrs. Balance will re- , Jolln Thomas Boyle, Evcrson. John Joseph. Earnesty, Everson. Vincenzo 01 Paolo. ConneMsvillc. Charles Premus, Connellsville. Nick Magna, Connellsville. Carl Stehle, Connellsviile. Waiter Lewndowski, Scottdale. Patrick Quinn, Bverson. Milton J. Newmyer, Dawson. John L. Mikalarias, Counellsville. " laid at the bride's table. .Large bouquets of fi ink and white carnations in-], ' ^^ for Nurses ot the~Homeo- terspcrsed with maidtrihatr fern form-, palbic h |tal pittsbnrg. The grad . ed the attractive centerpieces. Vases j ua[ion oxe ,. cises were h e l d i n t h e of similar flowers were artistically ar-; ranged in other rooms, widely and favorably known anu pre-; pi , a , d o n r U o r y toll , vious;;to her marriag.- was a clerk in j Bor . hena Lu , Ui V eriie, Marian a n d ) Wllis A. Allen, Connellsville. the store of W. N. Leche. - The bride-, Erama SI | aw and Mrs Herbert Shaw i Christopher Jim, Connellsville. groom is one of the best known young! attoaded tnc graduation exercises and "" "' """"' ~"~ J "'"' e artistically ar- j audi , OI . lum ot Christ Methodist Epis- i Jonn L - Mikalarias, Connellsville s. Tbe bride i«i copa! chu rch. A reception in the hos- Wlllam Herman, Connellsville. known and pre-! pita , donrUory tc ,ii owed .. Misses! Charles G. Thome, Connellsvitle. Charles TV. Brozl Broad Ford. men of Scottdale and has a number of. tbe reception. friends here. He is associated in · Thomas J. Reynolds, Connellsville. "William N. Rhodabacker, ConnellB- . business with his father who conducts ; At t he regular business meeting of j v l l l e a meat market in Scottdale. Mr. and ;,(,. Daughters of Isabella, held last i Cbar ' es Underwood, Mount Pleas- Mrs. Trout will reside on Pittsburg " n ; E h t in t n e p arocll | a i sc hool hall, anl ' R - D Elmer J. Potter, Connellsvilie. Ralph Hixson, Pennsville. Chester K. McKesson, Connellsville. street, Scottdale. Tb-j wedding gifts' n n a ! arrangements were made f o r ] were many and beautiful. Out of town ; serving lunch to the members of t h e ; guests were Mr.-and -Mrs. M. M. T r o u t ' R e d Cross drive on Wednesday, May : and Daughter. Miss Naomi Trout and-22. in the Masonic temple, South' sou Melbuns Trout, Miss Elta Miller, ; Pittsburg street. all of Scottdale; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde- -Tront of Uniontown and Miss Florence The Yj L. club will give a dance! ,Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ms-a-ns received Morgan. - j tonight in Maddas hall, West Side, j a card yesterday tv-Iling of the ar-' -- ' Kiferle's orchestra will plav. Miss Elsie M. BuTkho'.der of the j -"West Side and C. E. Wilton of Union- j The. Women's Foreign, Missionary j fantry, which recent;? left camp Gor- town were married in that city yes- society of the Methodist Protestant; don. Rainey went from Connellsville terday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The 'church will meet tomorrow afternoon | last September to Camp Lee. bridegroom is. a member of Company ; at tlie church. C, 103rd Field Signal Corps, and it at ! -an embarkation camp. He expects to ; Tbe Women's Bible class of l-he leave for France at any hour. The Methodist Episcopal church will meet RAINEY 31K ASS TS FRANCE,' CARD SATS. j rival in France of ;heir son, Rainey j F. Means, a member of the 326th In- , Every Department in 'the store has joined! in a SUPREME VALUE-GIVING effort to make THIS WEEK the biggest week of this ANNIVERSARY SALE. A whole store full of seasonable merchandise at ihe LOWEST PRICES m America---in addition to the sensational offerings featured in this d, you wil?. fiiidi HUNDREDS of other BARGAINS equally as big in the store which are NOT ADVERTISED. This Greatest of All Anniversary Sales at ''the Big Store" is making an irresistible apjieal to iije fashionable and economical women of this city, with its vast assortments, infinite variety of distinctive styles, and its incomparable values. Banner, Birflidnj" Offer-up to 815.00 COATS AJfJD DRESSES Brand Jieiv--Ur to $16.50 SUITS, COATS AMD PRESSES TAKE NOTICE! Our out-of-town friends are urged to come to this sale this week- as we are offering the biggest PRIZE values of the year. Xeivesi--I'p to $25 SUITS, COATS AMU DRESSES I'p fo S35 ' SUITS, COATS A N D JH BRAND NEW! Every garment in this sale is · brand new--the very last word in style for Spring and Summer wear--and you will save from $5.00 to $18.00. Anniversary Savings AT -THE BIG STOKE" marriage came as a surprise, as the t tomorrow afternoon at the borne of ions ff.r.n: E.VTERS SKKVICK AS WACHIXIST. Jobn Fetta of Akron, who has been visiting at his home In East Connclls- aoMier arrived in the city yesterday j Mrs. John Curry, Prospect street. vin e fnr the past week . returned to morning after being given an hour's j - ASron today fc e has on] \ stcd notice that he could !ea"ve. He return- j PERSONAL | mach i n | 5t and will leave for training 3d to the camp last nijtbt. After be- ; -Miss Olive Whlpkey has returned ; T flursda y ing on duty until 32 o'clock midnight. home from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. j ' ·· Monday night he was given a 48-hour : Lloyd M. Coffman of Uniontown. pass together with 50- others. H e - The best place to sho3 after all train st 1 o'clock. Mrs. Brpwnall Shoe Co.--A5». SEEGHA5T SAFE Of Mrs. Margaret Murray has received caught Walton is a teacher in the schools I Stahl SballcnDerger. Mrs. Margaret! it Trotter. Yesterday jhe was re- \ Sfcallenberger and Misses Belle and : a carrt rrom b!r son bcr 6«»» Charles eased from her duties ,; nd the couple i Margaret Newmyer of' Lower Tyrone ! C " M " rray not ' f ' ln e ncr ° r °' s Silfe xr ~ .vcnt to Uniontown in a taxi. The township, were shopping in town yes- i rlvM m France - Sergeant Murray is narriage ceremony was performed ' terday. . ! connected w i t h - C o m p a n y C. Ninth .here and a few hours after return- i Wednesday last day for high shoes. Field Q!lt talion. Reserves. Preng the bridegroom left for his camp. : If you haven't already bought your ; V1OUS "' lra " n s ""· "over there" he "Jefore enlisting no had been an elec- , low cuts, sec "Down's scoe store for ; M ' as at Camn Stanley, Texas. rician of the Bell Tc-.lephone company ; the best selections Ui -town. A glance ^ , , ~~~, ', . n Unlontown. He has iieen in train-I in their windows while passing will j WILLI.UF RYAN" RETURXS ng at Camp Hancock. The bride is j convince you.--Adv.-13-3t. T " CAJFI' I;EK, YA. . graduate of the Connellsville high i W. S. Hood, a former resident o f j William Ryan of the West side, re- choo! and is well known in this city, j Connelisville, and a Civil war veteran, irturncd :o Camp Lee jast night after !he will complete the term at the | is visiting at the home of S. D. 'Woods · speudlng a short furlough at his home. ""rotter schools. She recently re- ' i n Fatrview avenue. Mr. Hood now j He expects to leave for overseas duty eived an appointment to a govern-; resides at Wjlkinsburg. ; soon. nent position at Washington, D. C. i Everything that's new in style and I Men's tOc White Handkerchiefs at -Men's up to {1.25 Dress Skirls 2Ien's 20c Cotton Dress Hose, pair -Up to 75c Men's Shirlb and Drawers Ixt up to 39C Boys' .Shirts and Drawers Boys' 5i)c Summer Union Suits -Loc Children's 50c Ronpers. Boys' S5c Knee Pants _ 6c 59c lie 39c lOc 39c 29c 59c Connelisville's Most Popular Millinery Store Features the Prettiest Styles and Varieties at Typical Anniversary Savings $4.85 (o S.S.50 fewest iii'd Hat* at Distinguished mid-summer styles in every desirable color and shape. Smartest-new all-white and all-black Hats. 53.50 Rcady-io-Wear Banded d?f)} QfJ Bailors _ «?*'·«'« $2.00 and 52.50 1,-ntrim- $-| mcd Hats W-L. Up to $4.95 Smartest Trimmed JiaJs Ar^niversary Savings AT Tilii Bio; 1200 yards up to 25c Fine Embroideries Women's 15c fine Gauze Vests Woiaea's 75c Gauze Union Suits Women'r, 7oc Siik Gloves at Women's 3'jc ]5c C u n a i n Scrims at 28c F;'.ncy Spring \"oilcs .Muslin at 9£c lie 59c| --tr § a5c 1 32c 9Ic I9c Womcn'.s up to $3.00 New Waists Regular ?1.00 Corsetu at 50c Brassiors at Women's up to $6.50 New Dress Skirts New S10.QO Dress Skirts ?./»»«wtf^-p--iai%vw^^*'%^^^ Serrral hundred dollars was real- fabric for spring--I have it Look j KK'lTa\ HOME AI-'TER 'eia over. Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adv.] visirao A' r.vjn'.s. MISS MAJIY MURPKY. -VIss Mary .Murphy, aliout 21 years oid, is cii-atl at h e r home iu Vouii^-y- town, Pa., following a lingering il!- uctis. Dc-criised )i:ld a number or friends in Connelisville and vicinity. M I C K I E S A Y S i , FOVKS! vwiS voo A J WRITE PIECES PAPEB.. ; PER THE UOVS OF NUV.6, ; SIM VOVC MAN'.E To'ENI 5O j THE eoss VNIOM-C -tHaovw 'EPA $ ON -rv.5. FLOOR Fea ^t TO ]. [P\Cli UP. ME SANS ft^ ftINT ftMV zed from a large and successful dance j Go to the Yough House Restaurant | Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. Niland and Mrs. nd euchre held last night at the a r - j f o r your Thursday supper. C^-kcn i A. R. King have rtfturaed home after lory by the Fayettc county board of j and \vaffies. Mrs. C. J. Armstrong.--! visiting a: Newport News, Va., and he Ladies' auxiliary to the Ancient j Adv.--a5-2t. ! other array camps. At Newport News rder of Hibernians. Tlie proceeds j Mrs. Mary Mason is ill at her home ; they saw Joseph Niland, who is ex,-ill be used for purchasing" liberty j i n North First street. West Side. j pecting to go to France soon. Another Jonds for the county bo.-ird. The af- | Wednesday, May 15. is the last day j son, William Niland, wai visin-d at air was well appointed and was the , for high shoes. If you haven't a l - j C a m p Moade, Baltimore, Md. Among ·lost delightful social function given ready bought your low shoes, you | other local boys they saw on t h e i r ere for some time. Music was fur- | should see Downs' shoe store at once j trip wero Aaron and Louis Goodman ished by Kiferle's orchts;ra. Those ( f o r the biggest selection In town. See j at Fort Monroe, Va., and-James Hirle- ·ho cared not to dance spent the eve- ing at cards. Following the games andsome prizes were awarded as fol- thsir windows for display.--Adv.-13-3t i man at Camp Meigs, wash. Mips Alma Tennant is a new clerk j in C. W. Downs' shoe store. s: _First, Mrs. James O'rlara; sec- nd, Mrs. "Mary Weaver; tnird. Mrs. r,v,-rmnii-Tin m · m » , , . » » « iary Creedon; fourth. John Ir,-in; I CHURCHES TAKE CHARGE fth. M. J. McGivc.-n; sixth, Daniel IcCashin. Dainty refreshments wero ;rved. One hundred and fifty couples, tcludlng out of town guests from Un- mtown, Scottdale. Dawson, Bunbar, reensburg and Mount Pleasant, at- ;nded. Fifteen members of the Daughters " Ruth fiible class attenuud the rt'g- ar meeting, at whlch^Mis. Percy II. icetz was hostess, fast evening at r home in South' Pittsturg street, the business m«etin"g a so- al session was- held ems-were served. and refresh- The-I. X. L. Bible class of the L'nit: me- last night the home of--MksvAnnn Jamieson South Connellsville, anc- packed a x containing 'quilt patches, needles They IVill Hold Annual jremiirfa! Doy Services nt Smltheld. Special to The Courier. SitlTHPI-ELD, May ]5.--At a meeting of a committee · of the tbree churches of Smitheld and the Jerry PATI. Dl'GCiAX CAI.I.BD r'Olt AKIir.lI, SERT1CK. Paul Duggan, son of .Mayor John Duggan, who has been . awaiting tho call to report at an aerial training school, -.rill leave tomorrow night for Cornell jniversity, at Ithaca, N. Y. He will - go into training as an aviator. He will be the third son of Mayor Duggan in active service. Herbert Duggan is a lieutenant in the aerial Jones.Post of the G. A. R. held in the I department in France. M. E. church Monday evening, the principal arrangements for the observance of Memorial Day were perfected, the churches agreeing to a request of the G. A. R. to take the leading part in the observance ^nd exercises of the day, rhc.i,,-)st assisting to the utmost of physical and financial ability. KOi'ATA GlfEX SKMOFV BV UA51). Vincent Donata as given a great sendoff last night before leaving for Washington, D. C., in answer to his call to service in the Quartermaster's Department. The Connellsville Military Band turned out and paraded to DAVIDSOj^ORGANIZES Hxpcets ty Have a Championship Team hi Fluid This Venn The Davidson baseball team organized last u'gbt and pnurtlco for rlit- Beasou has .-.tavu-d. The team exprcis to line up ,\i f u l l ."dierliile oE fan aggregations lor the summer m o u t h s . Davidson will have a strong team this season, Tho Davi(i;*on nine will play games e i t h n r at homo or away, and is \villir\g Lo meet any Frick or indepondonL team. CRAHKK K('.HAUI) LOSKS I,F.f:. Member is Amputated at the CnUjr-ro Slate Hoaiiltiil. As the result of an accident with which he nift last summer, Cramer Kcnanl. 58 yeavs ok!, of Star Junction, underwent amputation of one leg Monday at the Cottage State hospital. Tlw member was crushed and had given him much trouble. He is getting along n ; cely. Mr. Echarri is a' brother of Cyrus and Joseph E. Echard ot Conuells- vilie. Each church was represented at the depot, surprising him. Donata .fhc meeting. After A. j. Smith of the; was a member of the band. Before G. A. R. stated the object of the nieet-i the arrival,of the band he was treated ing and t'ae post's d'esire In the .matter, to a banquet by a n u m b e r of Italiaa thread, to be sent to an Indian ; t h e c °TMniitte organised by electing friends, hool at Pama, la., suppoued by the ! Kev - w - 11 - K y n n Permanent chair- , ., aited Presbyterian church. An i n - | m a n ; w - B - Phillips, secretary; and resting missionary program on "The j c - D - Crow treasurer. .Committees on tre .of Africa," ·'conducted · by Mrs. ' rothy Brinkley. was rendered. ;S_e- eshments were served. Tlio^next GOJiS TO SHE SOX "DT KJ1BARKATTO.V CAMP. vccal and instrumental music, finance! Mrs. Thomas Frcshley and son Carl and on procuring speakers for the day and Mrs. n. S. Erashear have'gone to wer? "appointed. The arrangements : tin embarkation camp to see Mrs. ceting w i l l be heict ar th- home 'of i as far as made are that .the exercises: Freshley's ?on Edward, w-ho is leaving rp. Frank .Martin. i °^ t n c ^ a " w "'l be in the afternoon, i soon for France. -- [The churches, societies and other or- Jlow Men Handle Their Money-- Hutrh ChnUm'rs. When an office boy in a Dayton factory Hugh Chalmers proved his ability to save money. At twenty-nine Le was making 572,000 a year and he saved money just as he bad on five dollars a week. Now he is a man of j great wealth, but he holds hiB family expenses down to $300 a month. Such men, who learned to save early in life, ave the men wb.0 lend money to the Government and encourage business and improvements. The Bank helps industrious people to accumulate money at.d property. ..The Citizens National Bink will serve your best inter- "sts. The Bank is at 13S North pllts- burg street, Connellsviiln. The use of ff pi* 6#? 3 l o t ) ^tf! IS $ Tatitlerhilt f l u b ^r^ets. Mrs. Calvin Jlariin is entertaining tbo Vanderbilt Fancywork club today at her home at Nellie. Classified Advertisements Bring results. Cast only Ic a word. Officers lo serve for two years ?vc- re-elected as follows at the reg- dcrs and societies will meet at their Try Our Classified Ad«. several places of gathering promptly'Ti l e y. cost only ] cent a word and al- ar meeting of the J. O. -.'. class o r | a t 1 P. M. and form for parade as it . ways bring results. c First Aiet;:ad:st churca. j may he arranged by the chief marshal · '_ Id last evening at the hoBie of -Miss of ' : '0 day who will be appointed a t i ~~ "-" : " i eting of the committee called-for! JAStORIA For Infants and Children j Use For Over 30 Years way* bears the {natuieof Thura'day evening." It was also de-. ! aided to hold services at Woodbridgij · town. The Sunday before iiemona s .' ' Day at 3 P. M. where conveyances' . will be provided for the G. A. R.- and · ; all older"-per.ple who may desire to attend. Bring results. 'Q APTAXCE FRICE N EURALGIA For quick results rub the Forehead and Temples with Mr. and Mrs. Grant Pljman of Pitts-, burg tire the proud parents oC a littlo. daughter born at the Homeopathic, hospital FittRburg. Mrs. Pigroan be-1 fore her marriage was Miss Bertha j Haines; The new arrival is a grand- j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pig-i man of Bast Crawford avenue. · Notice to Te«:hers. Teachers wishing special lessons in i i preparing for teachers' examination, see F. W. Jnnes. or call 123-R Bell! phone.--Adv.--]5-lt i .Read The Daily Courier every day. A Clean Quiet Place for Your Family to Eat. Let Us Know Wtat You Wani and How You Want It. --o-GOOD SERVICE. 3frs. C. J. Armstrong, Pro]). before firaserican soldiers and saiEors Ssndsd, tfie British, Carssd;an a??d French forces ftad adopted WRlCLEys as tfieir wartime sweetmeat. find ROW that Oncle Sam's stalwart boys are hitting the Jsne, ycu'H find WR5GL£¥*S a very noticeable s$!y of ' m u " a " tSem suppfsed. ben is easy 5 to send-100 sticks--100 refresmenfs. «« The Flavor Lasts fiffer every tr«ea! 5 You have got. '.o clean am' ch'ar t h e ; bowels ihovcly '.o have gooi ]:Gai'.ii i after months of indoor !ife; yon w o u l d i 'do so now it you could s?o tiiom a.-; i you do your face or IjanuK. HGlti.v i ter's RocUyi.Moun.ain Tea cleans n.od i clears as nothing; else. Start touiglu. ' j UI|IT Ko Conn«llsvilU Drjg Co.--Adv. h a i r v. hen y.n -js e our iiM,i xi K.I n J I A J K ;EOWISK! Ttlvphoni! sr^ti r.-i', .; v ;o?lions. Kt. Scottdalo'K I)ruKKl*t.

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