The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 30, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, May 30, 1918
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THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1918." DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. PAGE NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Class of 46 Graduated Last Evening: From Uigh SchooJ. P1T1SBURG MINISTER SPEAKS Address to Clnss is Delivered by »r. Robert JlacUiMvuu of the" BcUetielil Presbyterian ChurcH; Vim. Uuest Severely Wounded In Battle; Notes. Special to Tho Couritir. SCOTTDALE. May ::0.--Commence- lant proper tor tile ilass of litlS ot the Scotttlale high school was bold in the Scottdale theatre last evening wijh the following piogram: Overture, Barkell' s orchestra; invocation. Rev. James E. HutcLinson; music, high school chorus; oration. "A Challenge to Duty." Emanuel Morris; music, orchestra; oration, "The Passing at Kings." Neile \Vooley; music, high school chorus; address "A Man's Job." Rev. Robert MacGo-wan of the Bellefield Presbyterian church, Pittsburg; music, high school orchestra: presentation of diplomas. Robert Slteorp; benediction. The follOTring is the class roll: Mabel Bryan. Nelle Cole, Evelyn Cramer, Glen Dale, Charles Dicker- 'hoff, Hazel Durstine, Elizabeth Eicher, Francis Folk, Sarah Hataes. Cath : erine Hess, Leota Kelly, John Kromer, John Knowles, Orran Laughrey, "Wtesley Leisbliter. Nora Love, Isabel Markle, Marie : Ixmcte. Grace Lynn. Anna Martz, Ellen MpJoogan. Jennie McGoogan, Ralph Might, Adah Miller, Arthur Miller, Elizabeth Miller, Bmonuel Morris, Leon Morris, Edith Myers, Nellie Newinghara, Naida Noon, Clyde Parker, Gladys Pyle, Rain. Rittsnttouse, Margaret Shirey, Kobert Small, Arbutus Stange, Gilbert Staofer, Mildred Stoncr. Prank Sturu, Pred Tischke. Marguerite Walters, Merle Waugaman, Neta Wiens, Nelle Wooley and Mabel Zirot. Monday Musical Clnb. 'Mis. G. P. K-ly on Monday evening entertained 100 memoers of the Monday Musical club and *beir guests at the annual oner, meeting of the ciub. The followiag' prograci -was carried out; Vocal solo, Margaret Ann Keller, the three and one-half year old datyhter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Keler; piano solo by five-year-old Betr Kate Stone. Betty Kate Stone alst ptaTed a piano duet with ber mofcer, Mrs. C. E. Store, and accom- pioed Miss Margaret ICritschgau for a -lolin solo. Both ot the children artery clever. The rvmaining imm- pea Trere: "The Star Spangled Banner" by club and guests; chorus, eto; piano solo, Mrs. Eugene Keller vocal trio, Mrs. Charles Hall, Mte Lucflle Glenn and Mrs. G. F. KctK vocal solo, Mrs. T. W. Dawso.; 'violin duet. Mis. Prank Grant- bzri and Margaret Kritschgau; vocal sco, Mrs. Albert Keistar, accompan- ie by Mrs. Frank Granthara; read- is from "Madame Bntturfty," by Miss Lrna Attwocxr; piano duet, Mrs. C E Stone and Mrs. Arthur "White: veal solo. Miss Lncil':e Glenn and Jrs. Kelly; violin solo. Mrs. Myrtle Bice; double uartet, Mrs. T.. ~V'. Daw- sn, Mrs. G. P. Kelly, Mrs. Z. M. Zim- uers, Mrs. Arthur "White, Mrs. Waltr Houseman, Miss Gle-nn Mrs. J. B. jntcMnson and Mrs. Frank Grant- Urn; piano solo, MJss Lucille Ter- ·usit; cnorus, by the dab. This was he last meeting ot the slob until Oc- obec. Gttynn Farm Sold. B. F. peWitt has sold the J. H. Guynn farm, formerly owned by Dr. McCleJngaam, to H. Tissue and the L. R. Eicher property to J. H. Guynn. Daughter Horn. , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fretts, west o£ town, are the proud jiarents o£ a daughter born yesterday. At Pitteborg Luncheon. Mrs. William Nealon of Pittsbarg gave a luncheon Tuesday at McCreery*s in Pittsburg for Mrs. A. L. Byrne of this place. The Scottdale people who attended the luncheon were Mrs. M. J. Kennedy, Mrs. J. R. Byrne, Misses Mary and Lillian Kennedy and Misses Hilda and Virginia Byrne and Mrs. John' T. Wurtz. Delia Hough. Delia, the 13-month old child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hough, who died on Monday at the Delaware avenue home ot her parents, was buried in the Scottdale cemetery yesterday morning following funeral services at the home. Kesipms Position. J. H. MacBurney has resigned his position with the Broadway Department store to accept a position with Wright-Meaier's store in % Connellsville. Although Mr. MacBurney will i take up his duties on Monday heVill | maintain his residence here. Wounded in Battle. Ezra Guest, of Fourth avenue, Scott- rtale. on Tuesday evenini; received a! telegram that his son, W lliam Guest,! had been severely wounced in battle I and was in a hospital in Prance, i Guest has been in France for several ' months. \ 3toon%ht Bui'. You are cordially invii-id to attend a moonlight ball given by the Social Three in Moose hall. Scrttdale, Pa., Friday evening. May SI. 331S.'Kiferle. ; --Adv.--2S-2L i Mrs. Rar.kin Henier aid son and i daughter. .Miss Aonie Heplor. and! Mrs. Mailen Albright and son rr.o-, tore;! to Scottdale last Sunrlav to visit Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Hough, West 1 Pitrsburg street. IVhen Tou VTant Anything Advertise !n our Classifjcd Column. tter The Aaron organization has long enjoyed the reputation of handling only the better kinds of Homefurnishings--the kind that last a lifetime and give complete satisfaction always. And Aaron's prices for these high grade, quality lines cf merchandise are always lower than the ordinary kinds cost in other stores. That's why die growth of the Aaron Store has been as constant as it has been substantial--until now it is the largest and most dependable Home- furnishing institution in Fayette County. Our convenient charge account system makes the matter of payments easy and our "satisfaction guarantee" insures complete satisfaction. Connellsville's Reliable Homefurnishers Since 1891. We Have Just Received Another Carload of'"Pittsburg-Hickson" Beds--Bought from the Receiver Don't Misfc These Special Values Now on Sale at Prices Less Than Wholesale Cost! A Comfortable I'oroli Rocfcer This Large, Massive Iron Bed, Special at Finished in Veois Martin and White. : $8.75 continuous posts and value. inch Ha,* L' inch A very big $17.75 JThis Heavy Steel Bed Special at Heavy 2 inch sqnare tubing and 1 inch Tillers. Has ball-bearing casters. Finished in golden oak, mahogany and ivory. A special value: Hits Massive Brass Bed Speciiil at This bed is niado of bras.s w a ' i n finish French mcrai. Has heavy 2. inct JIGS's and 1 3-4 incU fillers. Ee sure to see this value. Don't Miss This Money-Saving Bed Sale! $4.25 This Genuine Kuitcx JJocker There is positively no reason why you should deny yourself the comfort nt appropriate smmnrr furniture when chairs and rockers splendidly constructed of fine fibre are obtainable at Mich very low prices. 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THE PA11A3IOUXT. HOTT We Mujr Truly Honor fie JTcni- orv ui thr Men of '01. SOIB BY ORWJG15TSIVB5YWHF raantic, thril-ling and entertaining. The character of Peg Woffington is delightfully portrayed by Irene Van"MASKS AND PACES"--A story · brugh. With the greatest cast ever The most fitting way to honor the j telling of the love and kind heart of i assembled for tie stage or screen memory of the heroic men of the Civil j p e g Woffington. who was the most "Masks and Faces" is one of the most | visualization. The \Yeek;y Review, a a t t r a c t i o n , is also being shown. Tomorrow and Saturday, Mae Marsh will be seen in ''The Beloved Traitor," a new Gold-wyu attraction. In her new picture Miss Marsh becomes the guiding star of tie man glish stage boaury, ivho is one of the Lincoln. George Fa\vcett and others, bright particular stars. The story; A selected comedy is included. told in the picture is taken from | ' ..-Charles Heade's famous novel and is i ORI'lIKO! T H E A T R E . wonderfully wPll adapted to screen · Devi! alrtin* Pa-Tar in "Thi an Artcrafi picture. "!s8J!PUCCrT!CF3 f BSI 1 6! ; "--u'c muu 01 me | reg wouington. who was the !iiost "Masks and Faces" is one of the most | visual j _ r i JuHtO I tnl *i FiLLS !War is to do something to help win | famous actress of her day on the Lon- , notable productions produced for i poptil ·^\--x^~^ _ TUE WIASiOi UHANU. A ; the Ejreat War in \vllich WO are nO^V don .srni'd ic h ( a ; n . r ·chmi-n t r t / l T , . c , ^ i ortni.i l i m n T, n-no fitil,- l i n c n i i c o Ihi't; I t j h m v r i the great war in which wo are now en^raged. Plant a garden--save food --buy Thrift Stamps--start a savings account, or join tie First National Bank's Boad Club and be ready 10 buy ' a bond of the next issue.--Adv.. don stage, is being'shown today. Sir j some time.. Johnston-Forbes- Robertson, one of the most distinguished and famous actors ia the entire world, is starred in the fascinating role of Triplet. The story is throbbincly intense, one ro- ll was only because this superb production was made for a war charity that it was possible to gather this great assemblage together for Oie picture. Included in the .east "T3-1;-: PATRIOT" feature.', W i l l i a m S. Hart. "Down River" :p one of the series of "The Son of Democracy," "eaturing Benjamin f'liapiu. as Lin- is Gladys Cooper, the famous- Ba- she loves. She is supported by E. K. Monday ar-4 Tuesday, -lesse L. MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, r- . . , . , . |f ftTJ ).| H | l Dp|ti

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