The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 17, 1918 · Page 9
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May 17, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLJ3, PA. PAGE NINE. OF THE DAY AT Ml PLEASANT BRIERY REAIED Mount Pleasant Hospital Hangs Service Flag With 10 Stars. OF STAFF IN THE' ARMY Eighth Sunday School Bistort Jfames Officers for the Second District; local Board for District G, Sends 3Ieu by Special Induction to Camps. Special to The Courier. JIT. PLEASANT. May 17.--Tie Mount Pleasant Memorial hospital has put up its service flag with 10 stirs The war has taken away three staff physicians. Dr. D. A. Walker of Southwest is stationed in Arkansas. Dr John Burkholder in France and Dr. George M. McKish of Alierton in France. It has taken three of the alumni. Miss Anderson to France, Aliss Pearl Thorn to Michigan, to one of the camps, and .Miss Klinjcr to a camp in Georgia Two of the nurses of the institution, Miss Pearl Rhoadman. assistant day superintendent, and Miss H. E. Timothy, the night superintendent, have enlisted and are atraiting their call to service. The draft has taken two of the hospital orderlies, Steve Yusko and Flis Rosky. ' The superintendent. Miss Elizabeth Donet, with 12 graduate nurses have be«a asked :o take part in the Greensburg parade on Saturday, which they will do. To»y will likely take part in Monday's parade hero. They will carry the service dag. Officers Elected. The Secondary division of the IT'- *U Sunday school district have elected, the folio-wing officers for tha coming- year: /resident. Clifford Brown; vice presilent. Lawrence Fox; secretary. Jean Marsh; tieasurer, Marie Queer. Sent to Camp. Chief Clerk Mlier of Local Board No. 6 this morniig took David Burgess to Pittsburg on his way to Michigan as a bugler untfer the call for colored buglers. This ivening Mr. Miller will take Glen Harrison and Robert Shumar to Connelsville where they will be sent to Washington Barracks. Washington, '·· C.. as auto mechanics under the caJ from the go\ernment for auto meelanics. Indian Creek. I.VDIAN CREEK) JIaj- 16.--Horace and ··tViliiatc TedrJw from mil Run, are business collets in Connellsville. Mr. aud ilrc. Wilson Basin ger from Mill Run, are e^llitg on Connellsville friends and shopping today. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Sweitzer and son from Jones' Mill, are spending today among Ccnnellsville friends and Miss Carrie Dickey from White Bridge, is spending today among Con- Eellsville friends. Mrs. Ross Bigam from Mil. Run, is calling on Connellsrille friends and shopping today. Lee Cox from Morsantown, spent a fevr days at Mill Run angling for trout. Mr. 1 and Mrs. Frank Firestone from Nebo, are calling on Connellsville friends and shopping.- Miss Geneva Cole from Leisenrmg, is spending a few days here among friends. The Rust Engineering company is rushing the grading from the railroad to the pump station site acre. Perryopolis. PERRYOPOLJS, May 15.--iDr. and Mrs. J. R. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Stengcr motored 10 Berwick, Pa., Mondaj to attend a Knights of Malta convention. Miss lorenee Weimer is visiting friends at "Woodlawn. The annual literary contest will be held Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. . Tovrnsend gave a family dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cottom ot rVus- burg, and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Townsend of Vest Newton, were out of town guests. Miss Jane Wood and Miss Grace Caison of Jackson, are attending normal at South Connellsville. . J. B. Siiyder has been confined to his room the past week with a severe attack of grip. ionbar. (Show yom patriotism by attending the Victor Cmcert in the High School I-TM- Jonday, May 20th- Get ticket iserred at the McDonald tc Coropmy at once. Proceeds for the Navy J-.ague.--Adv-17-lt .Patronizeithose who adreruse, Hear th»Peerless Quartet, Billy Murray, Colfns Harlan and other Victor artits, Monday night. May 20, at Cie Higl School Auditorium. Help swell the proceeds for" the Navy League. lave your seats reserved at once at ne McDonald Mus.c Com- pany.--A*.-17-lt. ' i Sotlce. To Rerters and Property Owners of the Bosugh ( of Dunbar:--You are hereby lOtified that May 18th to May 21st, Inlusive. has been designated as clear-up week by the Borough Council. Voti will therefore have all rub- bisb put in barrels and boxes and placd in your alley, from which place it fill be removed by the Borough on the 22nd and 23rd, and from that tine on all lots must be ke;t clean anl in a sanitary condition. Those no complying with this order will be liible to a fine of not less th:m $5.00. A R- Duncan, Burgess.--Adv.-17-3t. Card of Thanhs. Mrs. Franklin Younkin and family wish to thank their many kind friends for their aid and sympathy extended them during the recent berea\ement of their husband and father Et,pe- cially do they wish to thank the Mystic Cham lodge, the William F. Kurtz post, No. 104, O. A. R.. tbe singers and tl.obe who sent floral tributes.-Adv. The Store Ahead. Highest. Quality. Lowest Prices. Pound of Wheat that you can save will be sent abroad to help our soldiers, and allies win the war. How much will you help by saving Wheat We Will Save You Mone : To ilake Industrial Snney. WASHINGTON, Maj 17.--Charles A. 9tis. president of the Cleveland ^hirnber of Commerce, was appointed oy the war industries board yesterday to make a survey of trn industrial resources of the country. Drive a Nail Here--Now, In erery healthy body there are Kty grains of iron, about its much ^-_ 85 is conbiineJ in an ""ordinary "ter.penny" nail. By reason of _ lack of iron in the "A blood many ptrfons are anamic, p;ile,thin, e m a c i a t e r l , their blood corpuscles are uneven, instead ot being round Kid full of good red blood, and . the nerves are la^k- 7 ing i n strength. Feed the nerves on good, rich, red blood, and one feels full of vigor. How can we acquire good red blood? It is easily answered. For many years Dr. Pierce and his staff of physicians at the Surgical Institute, in Buffalo, N. 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