The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1918 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
May 28, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Connellsville, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Tuesday, May 28, 1918
Page:
Page 3
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 3 article text (OCR)

TUESDAY, MAY 2S, 1'JIS. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVH1E, FA. t'AGE THItlBB. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Daughters of Isabel Entertain Members of Knights of Columbus. SERVICE FLAG IS PRESENTED Bears 25 Stars for Jtemlicrs of Hie Order in the .ttitttarx and Xarol Ser- Tice oi the Jiotiun; ijyrrson Priest Holds first Jlass; Personal Jieirs. Special to TIiu Courier. SCOTT-DALE, -May 28.--The Daughters of Isabel entertained the Knights j of Columbus at their hall last evening along with the mother ·£ boys who wore members ot the Knights ot Col- UBbus, but who are serving their comtry at tbis time. A service flag bexrins 25 stars -with tae emblem, none and number of the lodge was presented to the Knight of Columbus, Sottdale lodge No. 1127. The presen- ta.ion was made by Grand Regent Mi-rgaet Finnerty and vas accepted byGraad Knight J. Alex Yabner. Addresses were made by leather M. A. Lartbing, "Wilfred McKcon and Dr. Wlliam Gallagher of Pittsburg. Following the presentation' there was a misical program with the following ntmbers: Violin solo, Miss Katbryn Krk, accompanied by Miss Margaret Krk; vocal solo, Mrs. A. L. Byrne; vical solo, James A. Con-way, accom- ; pinied by Mrs. James A. Conway. Stars are on the service flag for the DHowing members: lieutenant J. ;. Kennedy, Lieutenant "William K. Sallagher, Sergeant John O'Brien, Sergeant E. D. Finnerty, Sergeant E. A. Byrne, Thomas C, O'Donnell, Games Killany, James M. O'Donnell, P. P. Martha, John'j. Eoyle. Joseph A. Boyle, John A. Boyle. P. Campbell, j ·WQfred Ecfcman, M. L. Finnerty. F. W. McGrvern, George K. Brennen, Frank Home, Hohlman Miller, Jlob- ert J. Milter, Edward Kennedy, Joseph Weteh, Clarence Owens. Thomas R. Kearns and A. L. ByVne. Sirrprise SlMwer. A few rrlends of Mrs, Elmer "Weaver gathered at her home on Saturday everting and gave her a very pleasant surprise Shower. Refreshments were Birthday Party. JBss Margaret Kerry entertained 20 girls at her home on Saturday evening in honor of her 16th birthday. a3cb*el Francis. iBchael Francis, who died Friday evening at his home at Cunningham's bridge, was buried yesterday afternoon In the Tyrone cemetery following funeral services at the Tyrone church, ilr. Francis was 77 years old. Cornelias Stcnhan. Cornelius Sheahan, aged 56 years, who died at his home an High street on Friday evening, was buried yesterday morning in Sai, John's ceme- terday morning in St. John's ceme- '· church. Mr. Sheaoan is survived by foor sons. "Walfiam, John, James and Panl. the last named in the Navy, and one daughter, Mary. Holds First Hass. Rev, John S. Szwed son of Stanley Srwed of Eversou, said his first mass at Everson on Sunday afternoon, having been ordained at 3U Vincent's on Saturday. John Szwwl has two brothers, Sylvan and Micbael, in the Army. Bishop Canevin of the Pittsburg diocese, presided. FattKT Lambing wjs the arch priest. Father Harder was the deacon, Father ScMiaer was the sub- deacon and Father Lipski preached the sermon. Following the mass a banqaet was served in Tyrone hall with J. R. Byrne, C. E. OTSeil, D. J. O'Brien, J. F. Ryan ind James Keegan as guest along with friends of Rer. Szwed. To Secure Flenrers. Mrs. Fox, Mrs. J. E. Steclsmitb, Mrs. "W. W. Eicher, 'Mrs. Eurtzfielcl and Mrs. E. F. Dc"WiU. are the committee w-ho vil] meet at the home of Mrs. E. F. De"Witt Wednesday afternoon to arrange flowers for the G. A. R. Memorial Day. Birthday Surprise. t A number of the little friends of 3Bss Carolyn Cliageiman went to her home on Saturday afternoon and gave her a very pleasant surprise in honor ot her birthday. Ri-treshniersls were served ami a very pleasant afternoon was spent by the little tots. Miss Marjorie Haines of ConieUsviile, was a guest. Chnrcli Mnsicalc. A musicale was given in. the Reformed churcb on Friday evening for , the benefit of the Young Ladies' Bible class of the church. " Solos were sung by Miss Lorna Atwood and E. D. Fuller. Several very good selections were rendered by th.i choir. Readings were given by Misss Etta King and Marena Loucis. Thnrsday Daj of Prarer. In accordance with the President's wishes the Methodist Episcopal prayer meeting will net be held until Thursday evening, ivhen this will be made an evening c" prayer. In accordance with this same proclamation the United Bre'.hrea church will be open all day on Thursday, vrhen auy persou is invited u come any tirue | through the day and pray. ' [ Commencement Toniglit. i The commencement exercises of the East Huntingdon h:gh school will be held in the Grand orera house. Mount Pleasant, tbis rveni:ig. Outin:; Club KnU-rtainnl. j · Mrs. Ida F. Parker on Friday eve- [ ning entertained f. f e Otuing c l u b at i her .home. Arranceir.ents are being { made for rhe suntn er vacations. Values And they're all larger values of nationally advertised Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stoves and Homefurnishings--whose quality and dependa- ability are known and acknowledged from one end of the country to the other. The immense buying-power of the four large Aaron Stores enables us to buy for less--that's why we can sell these reliable, exclusive lines of Homefurnishings for less money than other stores ask for just the ordinary kinds. Every article you purchase here--no matter what price you pay--is guaranteed' to give' complete satisfaction at all times. Convenient Credit, If Desired. We Have Just Received Another Carload of "Pittsburg-Hickson" Beds--Bought from the Receiver Don't ' Miss (These Special Values Now on Sale at Prices Less Than Wholesale Cost! This Large, Massive Iron Hod, Special at Finished in Veiiis Martin and White 1 . contimionR posts ;unl heavv 1 Inch filler**, value. Has o inch A very big k. ( omiortuiile Porch Hooker This Heavy Steel fl»-]j rj Bed Special at «pJL i » Heavy 2 ir.cb square t u b i n g and t inch fillers. Has haJl-iiearing casters. Finished in golden oak, mahogany and ivory. A special value. htT.- is positivc-ly no reason why i=!ioni'd deny y o u r s t i f the. comfort of appropriate .sumjner f u r n i m r c when j chairs ami rockers FptemiiJly con- I s i r u c t e d ··!' line fibre :ire obtainable at .-·UL-JI very ;.ow price:*. This Passive Brass Bed Special at Tbis bed is made of In-ass saiiii finish French in ota]. Has heavy 2 inch posts aotl 1 1-4 inch fillers. EG sure to sue ibis value. Don't Miss This Money-Saving Bed Sale! A Special Value! I -jpjrr, ft Tins passive J.i'irary I 'J'iii.JC Uncle Sam Asks You Food for His Boys in France Every family in the nation mnst save food for our boys "ever there." Every morsel of nutritious food in the country should be utilized, because if there is no waste there ·will be plenty of food for all. The Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator will help you save your share for the boys in France. Because the Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator saves food most economically--scientifically constructed to maintain the lowest temperature with the least ice eonsvunpUou. That's why the Leonard Cleaiiable will sa.ve its cost in ice alone. Come in now while owe stock is complete--pick out the. style you like best--prices from as low as - - - - "i, To .Make Your Porch Cool and Corzifortafa'e! This 4 Ft. Soiid Oak Swfne This I Ft. Solid Oat. Swing PORCH SHADES j Trices npwiird i from as low as ^ This Four-Piece Queen Anne Bed Room Suite in American Walnut. A big value i.OO Ail four pieces just as pictured. This suite is very substantially constructed of high grade materials and the workmanship is of the best. Chiffonier and Toilet Table are fitted with large French plate mirrors. Entire Second Floor Aaron's Save You Money on Floor Coverings! Largest Varieties-- -Better Quality--Lower Prices. Come to Aaron's for your FttlS-^, Carpets and' Linoleums---\vhc:v you hav^ the largest v;iri'ti' designs and patterns to choose f r o m -- w h t r e you can buy highest n u a h t y rloor CUVCT:IIJ- T .S at the prices. .)xi2 Woolen Fihre Rugs, Special at 0x12 High Grade Tapestry Urussuls Rugs ,75 Extra Heavy Ax- tcr ilusjs ' "We are alpo shoeing Kom v - new, pleasing designs ir. Kcnninr i.i-nK u:p..= ilia: y-:n:'!! They're all of tlic highest qualily--the good old-fashioned erli-ii?.rk kin!- t h a t sive cwiiiili alv.-ays. All Floor Coverings Laid FREE of Charge--by an Expert This 3-Piece Living Room Suite, in Tapestry ' OO Solidly built on lines that give Uie neatest amount of comfort, this suite is massive enough for any Jiving room, livery piece is well proportioned, wSiile the chairs are exceptionally deep with arras just at the right height for comfort. Upholstered ic richly patieraetf tapestry. At this price it's truly a remarkable value Take Baby Out Riding These Warm, Sim-shiny Days! 7-Piece Dining Room Suite. A Special Value Consists of solid oak heavy Colonial Pedestal Extension Table and sly genuine quarter ,-raived oak box seat diners. For Baby's ride ive are offering 11 very complete J i i i e of carriages--a!l of reliable makes--aud every one ;vn exceptional value. They're very substantially built and very comfortable baby :.- c.""Joy- le outing. as ! your better judgment tells | safest and mo.st economical. .. ,.-".. ,, i surely find a largor aad better assort-1 Gaj;e and Castle bats shown. ."jiacnt at ?5 to $10 luss than elsewhere | ifcFarland, in the two countks. Broadway dies' Store. As yell get off the Seotulale, Pa.--Adv. you i s ' M i l a n and white hats. Special ojis- You'U; play of spovt and country club hats; F. A. street. 111 West Apple La-; One-fourth off on all early ar. i ha:s.--Adv.-21-St. How to save. Ai important saio oft dresses, coats, suit and skirt*, smartest garments sacriiiced i most important eariy season cut-price event ever institute·:! in Scnttdale. If you arc one of the 'vonu-u who htiv ( n't bought yet, or *A: o need an extra dress or coat, thi rale, v::th its attendant savings, i.., all important to ; Washington where he will spend sev-i Outcome of Controversy Overprice to you. Cosie in, inspect the fc "ani:ein:-,i era! days 011 business. i itailroods; EifecHvcI.nst Satnrday. :ornparc the nricts, and buy wbcre 1 Mid-summer showing of Leghorn. I An order of the Pue! Administra- tion, effective" last Saturday, made a [ meat price, instead of a special lo\v [ p VcrsonaJ. Charles 11. Black left Monday for.' reduction of 10 cents a net ton in ttic | price "which lias iier'tof:»n- );ee:: tbeif price of alt bituminous coal mined in i custom. The increased c-jsl of ra:l- the United States. The new price · road tttel, at the reduction of 10 cents represents an average reduction of [ in the government price, w i l l be about nearly five per cent. . ! ?15,000.000 ;er year. T!l? saving to · · ! The reduction is the result of the : domestic consumers by the r e d a c t i o n COAL PRICE CUT 10 CENTS i c o n l c n t i Q a between the railroads and ! is estimated at 560.yoO.OX' per year. the Fuel Administration over liie ( Under -.he President's plan tlic raii- --'"- '- " " " ' ' '·-- "--'roads will no\v furnish cars to all ordi-ra ·· :'or railroad i'ueX Bamstsad^s price lo be paid for coal used by the railroads. The President has direct- uo\v mines alike instead of giving addi- ed that the railroads pay the govern- I tional cars, not ci'nrcod to the mine Xf.sra Kiitlni) \\tinc TriicI;. An u n k n o w n colored :i:au. ^ii'fcring from s. bad ir.jtiry to tl:e ip.'.-ui. was found l y i n g ulon^ t!ie Uaitituore j Ohio n'.ilroad- ti'aok at Gar:\-u Sunday! nig-ht by members of a train r.row. He j was brought to tie Cottage State hospital. JJeafl the advertisements. A rale c.n,: B uve XBnofiy for'^ ,, Stood tuo tscc far 50 y^u«. IT KEVEB ·i-'o children tt ix an 9Ui^*l ol S'ZOJAgflJTy TO TAKE. SO no J?ETSIO arrRTiirn. Ont ·a killed 132 worm*. An ." and dealerB, or by : IVlio to Patronize. Those who advertise iii Ths Courier. Dallj

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page