The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 24, 1918 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, May 24, 1918
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PAGE TU'O. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLJE. P FRIDAY. MAY 24, 151X. On account of war work the mem- j leave Sunday for a training camp, here of the Woman's Culture rlub de- Women's brown and black patent cidcd to dispense with the annual re- Heather lace oxfords with Louis Cuban ception which always raarkb the clos- ' heel, $4.S5. Brownell Shoe Company, ing at the's work, and instead'--Adv.--24-11. arranged to r.ioet on Monday after- j Miss Clare Dixon went to lleyeds- noon at the Red Cross headquarters, dnle this morning to \isit Mr. aati The club meinl ers invite every woman | Mrs. James Dixon. who is interested in Red Cross work i The new spring woolens are beau- in Connellsvil'o to meet with them.'ties! I havo every conceivable shade All departments of the Red Cross will | and weave. He sure and see them! work together on that day. Mrs. W. ! Dave Cohen, Tailor--Adv. 0. Schoonover will give a report of j Mrs. Daniel Hirleman and daugh- the bi-ennial (Onveation of the G e n - j - e r s . Misses Hilda and Helen, and eral Federation of Women's club held | Miss Mary Niland. will leave ionigiit rocer.tly ia Hot Springs. Ark., to ', '"or Washington, D. C.. to visit Mrs. whicl she was a delegate from the i Hirleman's son, James Hirleman. who State Fe!erat:on of Peimsrlvania. is stationed at Camp Melgs. After Women. Mi?s Elizabeth has arranged Cor an excellent ·enusy.lvama. is stationed at Camp Melgs. Mae Brown visiting her brothers, Willi Camp Me-ade. Annapolis program of patrif tic music and ; 1] who attend are as-ured a most delightful afternoon and at the same time will be given an opportunity to help in the much nee'iert work for the Red Cross. lliam at Junction, Md.. and Joseph at Newport News, Va., Miss Niland will go to Occoqnan, Va., to visit friends. Women's brown and black patent leather lace oxfords, military heel, S-I.S5. Brownell Shoe Company. -_ Adv.-- 24-lt. Miss" Katharne Priabee won t'.ie | Mrs - Katherine Watt of Sycamore club prize and Miss Anne White the : stroc: . is spending the day in Pitts- guest prize at the regular meeting of the Thursday Uternoon Card club at which Mrs. Wi liam Sturgeon was hos- Mid-summer showing of Leghorn, Mila ^ a °d w h l t e nais- Special d:s- tess yesterday afternoon at her home ' P la l" of 5 P°rt ind country ciub hats; Four tables w e r e Ga £ e in Isabella road. Four tables w e utilized for the games. Luncheon j was served. Mrs. R. G. Eackus of One-kranh 0 K on Cleveland. O-, was an out oC tosm guest. Over ?4Q was realized from an apron Ca.£ r Je hats, shown. F. A. McFarland, 111 "West Apple street all early season hats.--Adv.-21-5t Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McClaren spent yesterday in Pittsburg, tlie former visiting the Rel Cross headquarters. social held last evening in the - Ur5 - McClarea visited Miss Mary Du- Methodist Episcopal church by the 1.1 senberry. H. X. class of the Sunday school. A Downs' Shoe Store is shcnving the- feature of the evening was a delight- Cnest aa(i most attractive patent and ful musical and literary program. du!: P um PS in high and low heels. * With silver plates at ?4, that are be- Well attende 1 was the weekly meet- ia S shown in town. See them before ing of the Business Women's "Christ- j .TM u buy.--Adv.-22-lt. ian association held last night in Odd C. P. Norris will arrive here tomor- FellDws' tenrle. South Pittsburg, r °w from Fairmont, W. Va., for a street. Prevtcm to the Bible study i brief visit at the home of his father- supper was served by a committee composed of members of the association. The Busy Twelve club will be entertained tonight by I\!rs. E. K. Henderson at her aome in Eas: Crawford avenue. The H. 0. class of the United Brc.thr.ea. chunh will hold a May festival Tuesday evening, May 28, at the home of A. G. Dunstan, Xo 126 Witter ovenue. All are invited. Sandwiches, pickle.-, ice cream, cake and coffee Will be .,erved. Twenty Tnercbers and six guests | attended the regulai meeting of the Y.'. YT. Pickou class of the Methodist Protestant church held last evening in-law, J. II. Cecil. He will be accompanied nome by Mrs. Norris and baby, who ha\e been visiting at the home. See theai in our show windows. Come in and let us show you. Brownell Shoe Company.--Adv.--24-11 Miss Helen Muuk left this morning for "Washington, D. C., to visit her sister, Miss Camilla ilunk. Send iht! Daily Courier to your boy in the array. Call at the Courier office and leave his address. Hate 50c per month.--Adv. Mrs. J. P. Brennen of Scottdale, was in town fliis morning on her way to Meycrsdale to visit aer parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mich.icl Shannoa. "vi'e have them for men, women and children at cut prices. Brownell Shoe Company.--Adv.--24-lt. As compared with the introduction of the Easter fashions in April, the introduction of the summer fashions in May might almost be called the introduction of a new season. In April the air was cold and the trees bare; in May the buds are breaking and the sun is warm, and so far as the introduction of it is concerned--we start the Summer season with beautiful colors and airy, light silks and cottons in frocks--the smart and. gay sporting combinations of the year in separate Coats, Skirts, Waists, Suits, Hosiery, setting a .pace for smartness much in advance of other seasons. Just because it introduces the Summer outdoor apparel this will be a very important week here and it is doubly important because Decoration Day is not far away and everyone likes Summer dress for that occasion. We invite you to visit this store of the Summer styles tomorrow and all week. C 1X - Dunn'3 have made a name for themselves in tber- Waist Department. They have always shown you the hesf Waists for the least money. This season, like last, its Vv'aist Department stands out with better values than ever. Don't fcil to see our Voile Waists from 79c to SG.OO. Our Silk Tub Waists from S2.50 10 SS.OO. On.- Georgette Crepe \Vaisis from $4.50 to $15.00. : v t x- V T\r r- h i Mrs - R - G - Backus of Cleveland. O.. at the home o Jtr ? . Lynch McCutch- | eon in East Crawiord avenue. P o l - , R ^ . p s[rec[ lowing the business meeting a social! _ ,,,,. ...UK,.-. »',,- ,TM,,« -,-,,,.,, , . , , , . Feppei, cabbage and tomato plants, hour was held, a program of read- , j. -" P. n. DemutJ. Sons. ings, a piano end vocai solo,-Ly Miss [ _ A £._,.·_.,, Klizabeth Pierre, was rendered. Refreshments w e r e served. The nest meeting will be he'd at the home ot Mrs. J. J. Rot son in Greenwood. r , ··"-1 R. 3. LaRaw has returned borne from a trip to Baltimore and V/ash- t ington. D. C. "While in Washington _ j he attended the oratorio, "Elijah." Mr.. Chart*:- Wilson was hostess I ?TM2_TM *'**"***·? e « ain s m the at the regular meeting of the 0. N. T. Fancyworl: club yesterday afternoon at her hocje in South Pitts- btrrg street. E even members and one guest were prtseni and spent the afternoon at fancyvork and knitting. We are showing a larger assortment of Summer Millinery ever and our prir-es are wonderful on U)is class of goods. Our prices in Summer .Millinery range from S2.5 to $12.00. Don't fail to see our table of $2.95 Hats. They are worth a more. than lot C Dainty refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held Thursday aftrnoon, June 6, at the home of Mrs. Roy'J. Suter in South Pittsburg street. A delightful party was held in Central high school under the direction of Sydnej Loyd "SVrighlon. Mr. LaRaw 5 sister. Miss Loduth I.aRaw, was one of a chorus of 400 voices. For the best and cheapest repairs on that root, conductor or spouting, see F. T. Evans Estats.--AdT. Thp Martha Norton Bible class of the Christian church will hold a food sale' tomorrow morning in the roora next lo E. G. Hall's picture store. You'll sit up and _ako notice when honor of the Hrthday of Miss Ruth ] 5"ou learn about the big values we are Humbert last night at her home. The I offering in our spr:ng and summer evening was srent in playing variou*'shoes and oxforcis during our eight games. Vocal solos were rendered ' days 1 sale. Brownell Shoe Company, by Miss AUhea Fisher, Margaret. Fish- j--Adv.--24-lt. er anAHerberi Ellis. The party was | · Mrs - ] - Ga4icy and baby, June, have arranged by Miss Beryl Dobbie" and 'returned home after a visit with Mrs;, was attended V- 1» of her school J George! in Umontown. friends. Daimy refreshments were P17RSONAL. i Mrs. E. F. Miller and children of .Mannin-gxon, "V»- Va , and Mrs. F. E. Williams of Buckhannon, W. Va.. mo- tored'here and are visiting Mrs. Miller's and Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Term ay. Yesterday Mrs. T. L. Door ley of Lemont visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tormay. The best place to shop after all P.rownell Shoe Co.--Ad^ -Mrs. J. W. Madigan and children of Fairmont arc visiting the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Connor o* the Wes Side. It's your lo?s if, you don't attend our eight days' salq. Brownell Shoe Tompany.--Adv --2-1-11. Decoration I'a* passenger service on the Indian "-eok Valley Railway. T\vo round tripi. the public an opportunity of spending the day in the mountain.- Adv-2-l-2t. Women---Have you seen Downs ?boe Store's ?·' pumps and tan laca .oxfcrds at §5 --at? They are worth w h i l e your consideration--Adv!-22-4t. T. H. Norr^ of Anderpnr. S. C.. loft this mo n i a r j for Fainr.ant. \-h-Te he has been- err.p!oyr. J as a oiv-i er.srlr.eer. a f t e r a visit C.L the 1 hone of ?!r a i d Mr.*. J. M. C:c":i of S'nuh Connel!.- ;Ile. Mr. Xorns w i l l Mr and Mrs. S. T. In in and son:,. Jack and James, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. B, Rudolph at Homer City. CONNELLSV1LLE GOES OVER TOP Continued f-om Pace OTIIS. customers away. A donation of S6.65 I was turned ia through a canvassing team yesterday. ! C. W. Downy team made a drive in the Paramojnt theatre last night. Her. J. L. Proudflt made a Four-.Minute talk on '.he work and necessity i of supporting the Red Cross, and then i the canvassers took 15 minutes to go through the house. In that time ?517 was secured. Our Sample Sale of Coats, Suits and Dresses is still at its height and we still have a good assortment left. We are giving wonderful values-One rack of Coats, Suits and Dresses, values to $30, Special $19.75. One rack of Coats, Suits and Dresses, values to $40, Special $24.85. One rack of Coats, Suits and Dresses, values to $59.50, Special $32.50. TEACHERS NAMED Corps Tor \ortli I'nlon Township Partially Completed. Several of the- ;eachers for thr next term were elected Thursday evening at a meeting of tho North Un.on school board. Successful applicants announced following thr mceiing included Ella Herhold, Gro'-ge W. Gandee. Sarah Smith. Loma f'olhns. Mrs. A. E. South. Mrs. T. H. Means, Edna Hunt. Daisy Harford, Alice Frcoslone, Jacob Lynch. Julia, D. Porter, i-Us/.a- beih Cameron, M i n n i e Darby, Catherine £ebley. Elizabeth McClusky. Mary Reagan. Sarah Fordyco, H. L. Bowser, Minerva Ruble, Dolly Matthews, Sarah Precce. I. N. Huntley, Beulab Paul, I Georgia Burd, George LLnebcrg. Flora "Wiggins, May Sincook, Colccn Ball, Hazel Smith, Marguerite McDemott. Sarah Wiggins, Blanche Mason. Nan Darby, Anna Zehley, Jennie Beany, .J. 1j. Keffer, Ruth Can*. PaulineCochran, The remaining teachers will bo elected at a latet meeting. Dinner Sor Draftee. Miss Sarah IJoyer pave a dinner Sunday evening at her home in Mount Pleasant in honor of her nephew, . Clarence Boyer, of Scottdale, who 1 leaves with the next contingent of draftees. In addition to the guest of honor the following brothers and sisters were present: Air. and Mrs. Abram Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. .Nelson Boyer of Scoitdale; Mr. and Mrs. David Wright of Prittstown. ftockwood Teachers Elected. The following teachers for the ensuing year were elected at a recent meeting of the school board of Rockwocyi: First primary, Mrs. ITverett { Musser; second primary Mrs. R. II. j Speicher; Grst intermediate, M ss A d a ! Harned; second intermediate, Miss ! Delia Schrock; room No. 4, M i s s j Aileen Colborn; room No. 5, Mrs. J. L. Moore. IS GIVEN FAREWELL Koi, M. J. Kjirker f-ucst nf Rorejititm l»y ^itMiuIk'u I-'ulKs. ;\te"ihor nf the G i a r c chuit-;- of k-raliei. R a v o a f a r » - « f l l pariy I u-i i ^ ening in hoc n ot' Kei. i Muiidc- · ille U a r k e / GJ" I nmnlinvn. ^ ho is a w a Uiig call for Y .V. ('. A \. f K Hci. Harkor, w b n ;i!.s(j !ia- C'IILTSO of t:i^ p.iri'.h of Si .!oh i's in \\\o ^Vildor- ncs.-- church at Dun bar \vr,s picsoiiL- ed w i t h ,1 gfiipro.i? pnisc A feature 'if tin- party wa? E Y. M C A. dug-out whoi c rofrephments u c r e son'r-d to .ill who coulc! make 1 thcm?ch es undcfctood as French only was ppcikcn General Sze:ozar Boroev.c has been made commander of the Austro-Him- gar'an frrces in Italy, succeeding Archduke Lusene. He is of Slave- Croatian orig.n. To Attend Sorri^cs Sniidzij in CiilhoiJc Church. In response to iho i:?im! custom of alter.ding services at a fl'fferont fli':ich f:o fri.iulay boforr .Memorial da iho ( r i a n d A r m y nt ij- 1 ;- Ropubhc. the Ladies' 1'ircle and the Veterans of ihe T-'oi e gn Vdrs are requested *o rnrot at ii:c Ode! Fellows Toniplc in South Puts JUTS street Shndny; ai J ' : ^ Q o'c'o^k preparator;- 10 a n p n d i n ^ r service- :n Uie luimaculaie COHCLIJ- tion church. PARTY AT LEISENRING Mr. and M.-'.. ,r. s. ' M i l l s I nicriain tit I.njo;.uh|( Ui'air A cleiicht;i]! p a r t j "'as ' :id at tin 1 honjr '-r Mr. and M i ? . J, S Mil!:- n: J-o..- Ti! 'lie in hnnor of i h c r ^on-in- !;nv. and (inughuT. !r and Mrs. i. "\V. no!ford anr! i h p i - da"ghi. j . .Mrs. (". N\ c ^ C ' » n i e r . Tho r v t n s r g \\iif enjoy, i h l v spent at i a r i r u s ^nnie 1 -. Ai a laic hour lunclu-rip was ffwod. Th^ follou mg v, erf present: .Mrs. .1. P. M i l l s . Mr. ar.rl M-s. Jaim-s MiiJs and son irdv;ard, Mrs. C. \\'. Xtwco-ner. Mr. and Mis. I. M. Wolfnrd, Fora. 1 Grace and Wilbur S!i -i ···-.]·_ fharics ' fropr, Clyde K e l l y . Fiau-cs Riloy, i Maude nnr] Holme.i Hair, Jni7abctli I Flydell. Aloe liocJiriuth of !.eienrui£, · f r a n k di'-fal, Thomas ard Homer Leight;, Robert Slaves. I : arold and \Sels-in Samp of TroUei 1 ; Albert, Harry, D^ssie and Mai y jil.sp.jies. Lena and Kenneth R'lr-y, Freda .Nedro of Conju'llsvillo: A d o l p h Dornick of Scoudalp; Fred, Hrlcn and Jan r-, M i l l s of Lc isenrins. Janert M u r r a y of. Youn?stcwn. Pa.. }Yiii( f-- .Vsileford and William ale'ir Abtleford D£ Union town. BEST WAY TO SAVE f. Marriage Licenses Issued. "dv. arc M. Sa; lor of Scotidale and P. Klizabeth Ritter ot Mounc Pleasa n t , and John W. Eadcmaw and Josiu M. Siuipe of Scottdale, *yere granted inarfiage licenses in Greensbuig. Italian Dies, I Vinccnj Zocchel, 25 years old. a I laborer for the Baltimore Ohio ! railroad, died yesterday. The body ' was removed to Funeral Di-ector J. L, Stader's parlors and prepared for · burial. Deceased is survived by his widow and one child in the old coun- .try. Snyder in Lead. .1. Tiuell ? n j f l o i led the Democrat!: le^iaiatne ticket in Perry tov/rJiiu .No. 1 at the prar.ary Tuesday, the voto Fiandiag as follows: Howard, 9 ; Rhode.-, 5C; Scbuyler, 53; Suyder, 72, Stiliwagon, 9. ! IS TO EflT | ! POSTTOAST8ESi "I Only w£u sor^e folks P I Discharged from Hospital. i George Huey, ivho was injured when , he ffill from hi; motorcycle was discharged from t h e Co'.tage State hos- . pitnl Wednesday. i One Oniiik Sentenced. One drunk v.-a^ given a hearing be, fore Mayor John Duggan this morn- I :ng, getting JS hours. Faj-c-tte 3Iau to Vi'cd. | NIAGARA, FALLS, N. Y., ilay 24.-- \ Mr. and -Mrs. C. Jesse Read ot 2219 Pierce avenue, this city, Wednesday '"evening announced the engagement j o f their daughter, Gwendoline Read, to J. Jaul Jones of Beiievevnou, Pa. i The wedding will take place early in ' June. Auiinunceraeni, Tomorrow, Saturday, May 25th. i wiH ' T :i\ e 10 per cent of my cath saScs to the Red Cioss. Caplau, Vanderbiii, Pa.--Adv-2!-lt. ; Special Dance 3londar · At Jacques. Markell Hall. Kiferle'i o rcae^tra.--Adv.--2 4-3t. ' Sales For Jtetl Cross. Perrine Caplau, Vanderbilt mer- 1 chant, will give 10 per cent of tomor- I row's sales for the Red Cross. J-QT head or throat Catarrh try the vapor treatment rarty for Mr=., Hni^E't, The E n t r o Nous rlash nt the M. 13. Su^.fUi} scltool ai V a n d c r ' ) i l t ^ave a hir^.'iday party for Mrs. J. W Knight in honor of her Clax birthday at her home on Wednesday evening, A -\ ery pleasant tiiTf was spent. Mrs. Knighi wab the recipient 01' many beautiful and UFOfjil gifts. Sncs For Piu^rcc. Bessie Hoo.oTburg of Mcycrsdnlp l-as f i l e d a libel in divoicc in the aomoiset county court, agiiinst ' or husband, IIar\c-y C. Ilonicsburg, ,il- icging dc.?c'lion and uoi:-suppori. Sophomore , \Thc sophomore class of tht 1 Dunba township hig-h schoo 1 win ^;.e 3. ban- quei thib evenir.r m tl.c high M,U- - . gymnasium at 1 ^ise'iriD^ m he. 01 ·,,; the memireis of i'-c- senior clas.s. How Men Handle Their !oney Henry I ord. A man who is perhaps the bc c * known manufacturer of aniomobiles is Kcnrj- Ford. His wealth .s estimated 10 aggrejjste almost one billion dollars. In the uiiieuts he was working: for $!5 a inon'Ji aojd sav ng nv"cy. In 38!)S, he org«!iiz:d the 1 Ford company and accepted a salaij of $JOO a raonUj. lie alv, ays savc-d riiur.oy and the company M b i r h he fathered i.s managed on a p i j d o n t ban;,, makui.- iinyrovcmcins out of savin3* instead oT using borrowed cairsi\.( The service of Tiii cit 1 /.::.- Xai.onal Bank is available for all you::g ln:= nebo me:i. who are just sia.n:n^ oni in active life. 133 Pr.iPb.vrj £U«ei, Con- nc-llbvi:!c.--Aflv. Tho f u n e r a l of A'tiilu-r \ \ i i i r o u car.s oid. who died ai his h3iu KocK^ood, v,.is fit Id t h i s a::er :rom Uie ra:n:iy residence. 1 followed T two w e r U s ' itlnesr of a plieanoj] 01 diso.tM^ cnjuni'iuoi niroi-ie^. Pcce.iMTd in a d d i t i o n t parf-n;s is sur\ i \ « . u by t h r e e si and two brotheii. CU\YTO.N 0. PLATER. Clayton O Slater, a former emj of the H. ('. Kr.rlv Coke ninipai Mount Pleasant and fore crl} master .11 LairolH?. died Wednr at the rolumbia hospnal \v,l bi:r^:, l u D o w i n g an jJcoss of ] trouble. I T H O M A S KANK. PR. f Tboma^ Kam , $j., ''.7 yf-ar.^ old - j-tt :d,j; nt ;he honr- of hu- A u s t n j. j{.a;ie. 113 l.'nioniow n. : jic-ral Monday from St. Johu s · , olic church in L nioiuow::. will '. torment ir St. Alom ce-iiiMt: ! Dunbar. Mr. Kc;if was a ;-ir«l S Division No 2 of the A. 0. II o*" , bar. The fculowj-ig: children Fjr Patrick, of Lcrnozi: .Mrs. John sidy, of Shoaf, and Aastm j. Ka: Union town. MRS MIM-;RYA BAKER, Mrs. Mmu-va Baker, S5 yeaxs 1 lifelong res.deni uf Fayctic cc 'died Thursday a; ht-r home Si-ation. DfCfa- -1 wa? ibc last ter of SL Jehu'* Lui! c h u r c h of Mom, (":o-,s. fl »;.y, \ . The Maccabees downed Uie Snyder- Lown Stars lu to 0 ]a--it night ai Fay- eUe field. Mount Braddock will be ilie next "victim" Saiuxday at 5.30 P. il. VouJt! Oasf i';tvtor. Evidence was taken in court in Un- 10, to·.rn \ o u e r d a y '^ -he t-ase :n ··^·c. 1 ! - :r.licrs of tlm GrTk ('.rhr- Lc. c'/.urci al Pvrryororis aro ^eekirg to nusi rcrror. Rev. Peter Basil r^-:u»Ky. The pnopi com ends :ha*- tac- bishcp of the d.cce.'ie K the only one having ainhonty to rt-mo\ p him. The trouole aroso. it is claimpd. when ttte priest attempted to change the ritual of the church. 1 TirM in Kiclit \cai. . Mr. and Mrs. Clu'ile.. H..a;t of ; lations upon '.lie b.r'h of a da-jj Anna Jean H:iU. bom Pj!:da\ wa.-. the I'm visit of thv s'o:k n i Hyau home ,n emi:i year? TI.L- ' ily i? iun\ nmpopci: of i\vo frirl. 1 fli: equ?S nii'nVer of 'nys. MJ.-,. : · was forrntT'y 7I:-s Loit'e ; Dtiiiii St TO Slnmcr, The- r. L\ t nv. n'.ore is K'U por 'strong tor tho Rod Cio'-s. o.oh pioye giving; on^ da s salary. I firm gave 1 i per cent of ihe tot iceipiR of business uansacted oa 1 day.

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