The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 1, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, June 1, 1918
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SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEIASVILLE PA. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHATS HAPPENING !N THE MILL TOWN Methodist Sunday School Names Officer* for the Tear. BOYS FOESURfi BASEBALL TEAM XMoiun Age Linlt to Be 17 Tern; Jteetiag Tiector XTWtng ai L#ueks Fan; SirUudag Jfrat at T. X. C. A, it Arruged; Otter Serrs of Day. Special to Th* Courier. SCOTTDALE, June 1.--The Methodist Episcopal Sunday school held its annual election of officsrs on Thursday, which resulted as follows: Superintendent, Dr. J. P. Strickler; assistant superintendent. Theodore Hockey; second assistant superintendent, Edward McGee; secretary, George Jarrett; assistant secretary, Ralph Sherrick; treasurer, J. P. Strickler; librarians, S. B Reed and Josiah Reynolds; pianist, Miss Van Horn; assistant pianist, usan Colborn; secretary of the Sunday school board, Lloyd Baker. SMeata Picnic. The seniors and * freshman classes of the high school held a picnic at Mount Vernon ore mines yesterday A very enjoyable day was spent by all present. Ball learn Formlnir. A baseball team will be organized at Loucks Park on Tuesday evening. Boys over 17 years oW will be considered for tbe team and tried out at that tune. Swiming Xeet A swimming meet will be held for men and boys only at the Y. 31. C. A. this evening at 7.30 o'clock. Have HelM»y. The new members ot the eighth grade held a picnic in the f. oods near town yesterday. Lunch was served and a very pleasant afternoon was spent by all. Otter Sews. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Keithley motored to Fannltgton and spent Memorial Day. Mr. and Mrs Ewmg Goff of Youngstown, are the guests of Mr3. Edward France. William Montgomery of this place, who was employed at the H. C. Frick car shops went to Uniontown and enhtsed IP the coast artillery and was sent on to Pittsburg to report The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Josiah Reynolds on Tuesday evening at 7.45 o'clock when the annuai observance of flower mission, day roll be held. Tho program will be in charge of Mrs. C. Aj Colborn and Mrs. Reynolds. WU-liam Mclntyre, employed at tie H. C. Prick offices, went to Pittsburg yesterday to report, having joined the radio corps. Xnr.'Joseph Reed ot Unkratown, and PARAMOUNT THEATRE Program For Next Week The COOLEST and BEST Theatre in the city. After reading this program b- convinced that we get the best. "No bolts ca- -*ut out love." "WITH SEAJ.NESS ASD DISPATCH" A 5 act Metro screen drama of laughter and romance, starring Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne. Also a Good 2 Reel Keystone Comedy. TUESDAY Triangle Presents Barrel! Fass In "HEK AMERICAS HUSBA5D" A Special Feature in J acts Universal Weekly and Also a Good Comedy. TVEDXESDAY "It's a Blue Bird." Blue Bird ·Presents Little Zoe Rae and the st«r of "Stmgaree," True Boardman In "DASGEB WITHIN'' An exciting story with some real punch in It. Als.0 « Comedy and Current Events. THPBSDAY World I'resents Ethel Clayton in "JOUBSIV8 Efl" YouJl see the strangest document a^er made in this production and you 11 enjoy watching the complication de eloping from the signing of this document. You'll enjoy this picture from start to end. Also a Good Comedy and Uni- \ersal Current Events. TBTDAY "SATUMAY" Alan to man, tbe sinner and his victim inert. The result is a struggle to death--a spirited, a terrific, a William Farnum a:ruggle. All lovers of movie pictures know -what this means. William Fox presents \\ilham Farnum in __ ""THE HEAKT OF A IIOS" Written by Ralph Conner. Also a Good Corned}- ""--C03CKG-- " MABEL NORMAND IN "THE FLOOR BELOtV Mrs Charles Reed of CheswicJc, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ringler of Donora, are visiting friends here Mr and Mrs. i Collins Thomas ot California, Pa, are guests of friends liere Charles Miller, a student at the Jefierson Medical college, Philadelphia and Miss Pauline Miller, a student at National Park seminary, are home for their summer vacation. Mrs. Charles Sipe and daughter Isabel, of Wilkinsburg, are the guests of friends here. Mr. and Mrs George Frye nave returned to Camp Shelby, Mississippi. where Mr Frye la stationed, after a 10 day furlough spent here The L. M S club gave a covered dish dinner in honor of Miss Helen Bryar's birthday last evening A great vanet of dishes were brought, making a very nice dinner A very pleasant evening followed the dinner, at which time cards and games were played. Edward J. Hollis ot Scottdale has just returned from a two-week vacation visiting friends and relatives in West Virginia and Ohio. Vanderbflt. VANDERBTLT, May 31.--Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Means and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Harry HarEhman and baby of Mount Sterling, and Mr. and Mrs C. S Freed of Dnnbar township, spent Decoration Day at the home of Walter Freed. Mr and Mrs George Armstrong of Cotmellsville visited the laiter's sister, Mrs. J B. Henderson yesterday Mr and Mrs, James Dunn and children of TJmontown visited at the lomc of the latter's father, George MacBurney of East Liberty Misses Phoebe and Anna Ree Thrope of Perryopolis and Jacob Lynch of near Perryopolis are vistUng at the home of Mr and Mrs. C S Freed of Dunbar township ' Mrs. Danley of Willdnsbnrg is visiting Mr and Mrs C. C Collins. Miss Elsie Edwards who is employed by the California, Perfume NEVER SUCH. A REMEDYJOR PILES It will coat any sufferer 30 cents to prove that bleeding, itching or protruding piles, no ffia-ttsr how chronic or how p»in£ul, can quickly be helped. Go to the Laughrey Drug Co, Con- nelisYiUe, or the Broadway Drug Co., Scottdale, hand the drngjast a quarter, say "I w*m a jar of San Cura. Ointment" and If you aren't satisfied-your motrey back. I Yes, and more, try San Cura Ointment Jor old sores thai people say will never heal, for fever so-es, for itching skin, ec7«ma, tetter, salt rheum, chapped hands, face or 1 ps, for ulcers, carbuncles, boils, sore nipples and broken hreaats It draws out poison, thats the secret of the wonderful success of San- Cura Ointment; that's why it so quickly heals scalds burns, cute and bruises It's best to use San Cura Soap at aU times; It is a great aid in banishing pimples, blackheads and the germs of disease. 25 cents Thompson Medical Co, TitusvtUc Pa.--AdT company, la upending a few days with "her parents, Mr and Mrs J H Edwards, (Lewis Vickovic of Duqoesn* visited among friends here on Decoration D«y. Mr and Mrs J Earle Roberts of Brownsrillo are visiting at the home of the former's parents, Dr and Mrs G. B Roberts Mr and Mrs W F Glrard and son have returned to their home in Wny- nesburg after visiting for several days with Mrs drard's parents, Mr and Mrs P E Oglevee They were accompanied home by Mrs Oglevee, who will spend a few days in Waynesburg. Mr and Mrs A A. Anson of Cheat Haven spent Thursdaj with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs H, E. Mc- Langhlln. Miss Eli7abeth Rnpp of Cormells- ville visited MIBS Hazel Edwards yesterday. PARAMOUNTTHEATRE --TODAT-- OOLDWYN PRESENTS THE SCREEN FAVORITE OF MILLIONS WHO SAW HER IN "POLLY OF TBE CIRCUS," "THE CINDERELLA MAN" AND "FIELDS OF HONOR"--MAE MARSH IN "THE BELOVED TRAITOR" THE EMOTIONAL DRAMA OF A GOOD GIRL WHO OUTWITTED A VAMPIHE. ALSO A GOOD COMEDY AND PATHE OTKEENT EVENTS. SEE ALL THE LATEST WAB NEWS ILLUSTRATED. --·01TDAT-- "NO BOLTS CAN SHUT OUT LOVE." SEE "With Neatness and Dispatch" A 5 ACT METRO SCREEN DRAMA OF LAUGHTER AND ROMANCE, STARRING FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN AND BEVERLY BAYNE ALSO A GOOD 2 REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY IF IT'S AT THE ARCADE IT'S GOOD THE THEATRE TTHEBE THE CROWDS GO WEEK OF MAY 27TH, MATISEE AND MIGHT. Kfigore's Beaas and Belles Company Present the latest Musical Comedy "WINNING A WIFE" 15--FEOMJB--U 16--PEOFK--15 Beautiful Singing and Dancing Chorus. A Big Hnslcal Show of the Better Class. On the Screen--Special Featare Fox Comedy. , SOSSON THEATRE TODAI "The Marriage Bond" Featuring Mi. Nat C Goodwin And a Universal Comedy. ^^- -^ai^^-^ rih/Imerica Your Car and Your Cause Every business man in this broad land is today working for Uncle Sam. There are no longer any personal enterprises. No matter what your line of work may be, you are devoting your time, your energies, and a large share of your -profits to the winning of a great war, In dedicating ourselves to so huge a task, we most call upon every resource that is available. At home--as on the firing line--our vital problem of transportation can be very largely solved by the motor car and motor truck. With vast supplies moving to the seaboard, it becomes a patriotic duty to travel by the road and thus release railway equipment for the government. The K"ffr"g executive must have the right of way--he must swing down the line on high gear--he must realise that the time saving automobile is essential to his success and the cause which he champions. 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