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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, June 1, 1918
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SATURDAY, JDNE 1, 1918. THE DAILY COTTRIBR, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE FIVE. OJfE OF THE PRETTIEST OF THE CAPES FOB SF9OCEB. Th monttly business meeting of the B. T. P. U. of the First Baptist church will bo held Tuesday evening at 7.45 o'clock la the charch ciapeL A social hour -will follow the business meeting and all young people ol the congregation are inYited. The monthly meeting of the officers and teachers of the Sunday school will be held Wednesday evening at the-close of tie regular prayer services. An unusually large meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the First Baptist church was held last night at the home of Mrs. Wade H. Marietta , in Snydcr street. A business meeting was held, followed by a social session. A delightful musical anil literary program, with Mrs. A. C. Stickel presiding at the piano, was rendered as .follows: Vocal aolo, Gladys Stickel: duet. Gladys Stickel and Eugene Stickel; reading. Mrs! \Vilbur Nelson; vocal solos, Miss Elizabeth Mae Brown. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held Friday evening, June 14, at the home of Mrs Samuel Goodwin "at Trotter. The quarterly meeting to bo held in the cbiwch will be in the form of a musicale. It will be open to the public. Mrs. John Kelley will entertain the Greenwood Pancywork club Tuesday afternoon at her home in Isabella road. At a meeting of the I. H. N .class of the First Methodist Episcopal Sunday school held last night at the home of Mrs. VT. R. Clasper in East Green street, it was announced that over 150 was realized, .at an iproa social held recently by the class. Mrs. A. J. Palmer will entertain the Busy Twelve club Friday evening. June 7, at her home in North Sixth 5tre«t, West Side. The Knit and Win Unit to the Charleston Comforts branch of the Navy League will meet Monday night at the home of Mrs. Mattie Richter in Crawford avenue. West Side. Miss Mary Jxyu Coughenour entertained the girls of the commercial department of the junior class of the high school, of which she is a member, and a number of young men friends of the class, last evening at her home on the Narrows. The evening was enjoyably spent at various amusements. Dainty refreshments were served to about 50 guests. J. L. Stader and family will move on Monday to their summer home at McCoy's springs. Their West Crawford avenue residence will be occupied: during, their absence by Mr. and lira: Francis Jl' Stader and baby.' 3Kss Iva W-acerbnry, a member of the. high, school faculty, will chap- ercn a party of 18 girls, who will sptnd a part of the summer at the Killarney park. They have rented the Haod cottage near Killaniey Inn. "The Spirit of Children's Day" and "Old Man Grump" will be presented tt« evening of June 9 .in the Christian ciurch. An elaborate program Is be- · . itg prepared by Mrs. Ross F. Lytle, 1. D. Rrngler and Mrs. "W". H. Show- nan. Flag drills, Boy Scout drills, tflos, sextets ajad other numbers are oeing arranged. One of the features will btt a cornet solo by Kelso Atkins. The wedding of Mias Rath Anna Tnorne and Harold Lindsey Arison, both of Unkratown, was quietly solemnized this morning at o'clock in the parsonage of the Third Prceby- terian church, Unlontown. S.ev. Edward A. Hodil officiated. The ceremony was witnessed by .VQse Grace Thome, a sister of the bride; Miss Lottie McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Whaley. Mr. and Mrs. Arisen left Immediately for an eastern trip. They will be at home after June 10 in Beeson avenue, TJnlontowc. PERSONAL. lliss Ann Donnelly and Miss Anena Soisson arrived home this morning from Drexel institute, Philadelphia. Miss Donnelly, who was graduated in domestic science, was recently elected assistant domestic science teacher in th local high school. The best place to shop after all. Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. Mrs. Nellie Shepp and daughter. Miss Bessie, of Irwln, Mrs. Cora Sease and daughter, Beatrice, and Miss Frances Rose of Pittsburg, and Sirs. Frank Skiles of Morgantown, were guests of Mrs. Estella Mort of East Crawford avenue over Memorial Day. Mrs. Sease, Mrs. Skiles and Mrs. Shepp are sisters of Mrs. Mort. Send the Daily Courier to your boy la the army. Call at the Courier office and leave his address. Rate 50c per month.--Adv. Miss Minnie McDiffett left this morn ing for Washington, D. C., to visit her sisters, Misses Anna and Myrtle McDiffett, who are employed by the government. ' Mrs. J. F. Kerr of East Fairview avenue returned home this morning fcom a visit to her brother. Lieutenant Paul G. Dick, stationed at Camp Custer, Battle Creek. Mich. ·'One hundred trimmed hats will sell at just one-half price. Mrs. J. E. Fpltz. 330 South Pittsburg street-- Adv.--28-5t .Mrs.. Robert Norris and daughter, Mrs. Don D. Brooks and baby left this morning for Camp Meade, Annapo^ lis Junction. Wdvto visit Mrs. Brooks' husband, Lieutenant Brooks. Uncle Sam has taken the only customers I have lost, but they will alt be back when they get through smash- tag the Hun. Dave Cohen. Tailor.--ad · Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hillgrove, Mr. and Mrs. Gonnley and daughters. An- aette and I-iura. Mr. and Mrs. Michael j ... IS£ Adams and Miss Madeline Stillwagon of Pittsburg; Miss Mattie Moore, Mrs. JI. P. Martin and son, Kerin, and Edgar Hillgrove, Oil City; Miss Emma Mover, G-reensburg; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Adams, Mrs. Emma Adams and son, Roy, of Somerset; R. W.'Moore and daughter, Mary Jane, of Ashville, N. C., werf among the out-of-town persons who attended the funeral of Walter J. /darns. Mr. Moore and daughter will remain here for several weeks as the guests of relatives and friends. Miss Nellie Plenniken of South Arch street went to Yoimgstown, 0., this morning to visit friends. Mrs. Theodore Nelson of Saginaw, Mich., is visiting her son, Rev. Wilbur Nelson and family of Will's road. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks and son. Francis, and Miss Marie Young, left this afternoon by automobile for Oakland, Md., to remain over Sunday. Mrs. Laura Piersol of Morrell avc- HQWSMlTHFlELDDtDlT Report of Ked Cross Chairman Shawl Amount* Raised Tliero. Special to The Courier. SMITHFIELD, June 1.--Captain J. A. Leech and his solicitors in tine second Bed Cross drive, Mrs. Donald Abraham, Miss Florence Britt, Mrs. O. S. Vance, Miss Frankenberry. Miss Clara Davis and Smith Shoaf want to express their thanks to the people for their kind and liberal support in this work. Solicitors and coke companies re- , port the following toward the Eed ! Cross timd: Mrs. Donald Abraham, I $484.85; Miss Florence Britt, J306.50; Mrs. O. S. Vance, ?244; Miss Franken- j I berry, ?104; Miss Clara Davis, $55.40; I j Smith Shoaf, 540; Sackett . Harah j Coke company. $368; Baxter's Ridge; Coal Coke company, $131.87; Crozier | Run Coal company, ?59; Bowood | works, J716.26; Russell Coal Coke ; company, $251.26; Rich Hill, $329.32; j Morris-Connellsviile, J36; Ralph Coal ; company, J50; Clark Coal Coke j company, ?210.£0; Crystal works,] 5191; Gllmore Coal Coke company,; .$416; Hope Coal company. J109.35. | The total, was ?4,1G3. Smitbneld's ; quota was J1.500. FLAG DEDICATED Jonathan Kankin at Burgettstown, and her sister, Mrs. King Chalfant of Hickory, Pa. Mjs. Frank Husband and children of Pittaburg, are guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs, G. A. Markle of North Sixth street, West side. i Mrs. J. C. Long is confined to her home in th« West Side with an attack of quinsy. USED TO CANNONADING Whistle of SbeHs 5o Itmger Worries local Boy IB Inrfneers. American soldiers in France have become accustomed to being shelled, the roaring of guns and shells whistling over their heads, according to a 1 otter written by Corporal Charles Goodman of Company D, 117th Regular Engineers, to his mother, Mrs. John Smutz of the West Side. Corporal Goodman bae been located "over there" for the past six months, and is enjoying the best of health. The letter states: "There does not seem to be much news around Connellsville, with the exception of the National Army boys going and coming home on fnrloochfl all the time. Wait until they get over here. Then their blowout will quit. Well, we are in France six months today and I sure am in good health. 'While the boys back there are having their good times we are having ours in our dug-outs, but not the same kind. The guns are roaring all the time, shells whistling over our heads, some breaking in the air and others when they strike the earth, tree or building of some kind. We get shen- ed Quite often when out at work and have to run for the dug-outs but that doesn't bother us any more," at Xercradale. Special to The Courier. MEYERSDAIE, May 31.--With ideal weather Memorial Day celebrations were the best held in Meyersdale tor some years. A detail of the G. A. R, post went to the Catholic and Reformed cemeteries at 11.30 in the morning and' at 3.30 the parade formed and headed by the Citizens' band marched to Union cemetery. Rev. Travis of Johnstown delivered a very eloquent address there after which the G. A. R. post went to Salisbury for dedication services, while all other organizations returned to Market square where a patriotic meeting was held and a beautiful American flag, presented by F. B. Black, was dedicated and unfurled on a pole erected tor the purpose. LOCAl BOYS 60 TO KASttDTOTOX TO EHUST. Cjirus Kennel, Wafter Scbeller, Carr Sheetz and Gordon Herd went to Washrnston last night to enlist in tfre medical corps. L F. BirjtBAiiGH OFFICEBS' TBADiTXG L. F. Rumbaugh, of Mount Pleasant, who left recently for Camp Lee has entered an Officers' Training School according to word received by his friends here. EAKL SHAXK EHLISTS TS THF, ARM Earl Shank, assistant to Chief Clerk W. O. Schoonover of the Baltimore Ohio railroad, went to Pitts- the the burg this morning to enlist in quartermaster's department of army. CHAKLES TEED OTTO IS TRANSFERRED. Charles Teed Otto, who has been stationed at Comp ^ee, Petersburg, Va.. has been Belvoir, Va. transferred to Camp MAXY FATETTO BOIS EJTLIST LV ARMY ASJ) JTAYY. Among the young men enlisting in the Regular Army at the Pittsburg recruiting station yesterday were Attillio Pollygus, Joseph E. Nolan and Joseph W. McGarrity, of Dunbar; William B. Montgomery, of Scottdale; John J. Pernuka, of Tarrs; Clyde C. Yoder and Herbert M. Maher, of Uniontown; Undsay E. Ramsey, of Fairchance, and Brant W. Davis, of New Geneva. Cameron Lowry, of Belle- vernon, and Joseph J. skorgan of Stauffer, enlisted in the navy. Kurtz Post ThanlcfnL The members of the "William F. Kurtz Post, No. 104, wish to thank the Connellsville Military band,'the Foreign "War veterans, Sons of Veterans, Campfire girls, Boy Scouts, cadets, the firemen, the school children BAPTISTS TO GATHER Ainial ]fe«tlng of Fitt*biirg Association Hext Week. The aanuaJ meeting of the Pittsburg Baptists association will be held on Thursday and Friday In tb« First Baptist church ot Pittaburg. There will be meetings morning, afternoon and evening. Rev. W. S.- Carson -will preach the annual sermon. Rev. WUbur Nelson, pastor of the First Baptist church here, has named the following delegates to the convention.: Mr. and Mrs. David · Randolph. E. E. Hess, Mrs. A. B. Stauffer, Mrs. J. D. Percy,. Mrs. Joseph Dixoa, Mrs. F. C. Rose and Mrs. Showman. TO VOTE ON PASTOR S»eces»or to Her. C. E. Wafroer, Be- formed Choreh, to Be Chosen. At tie close of the morning service in Trinity Reformed church tomorrow there will be a congregational meeting for the purpose of electing a pastor to succeed the late Rev. Charles E. Wagner. Eev. I. G. Nace of Hanover, Pa., a graduate of the theological seminary at Lancaster, has been, recommended Cor the pastorate. Of BATLBOAD WOBKDBS. All Claws Wanted for Limited Military Duty. Local boards hare been notified that the call for men fox epecial limited military service will be open until June 4. All cl*sse6 of railroad men experienced in the transportation, construction and maintenance of way departments may make application for this service. The men will be assigned to work in the military aeronautics branch, spruce production division. DECORATION DAT. How We Hay Truly Honor the yietm- ory of the Men of '«!. The most fitting way to honor the rnemary of the heroic men o£ the Civil War is to do something to help win the great war in which we are now engaged. Plant a garden--save food --buy Thrift Stamps--start a savings account, or join the First National Bank's Bond Club and be ready to buy a bond of the nest issue.--AdT. Going to Africa, Miss Naomi Wilson, daughter of the late J. W. Wilson, who -was pastor ol :he United Brethren church in Somerset tor seven years, expects to sai! soon for Sierra Leone, West Africa, where she will take up missionary work. Miss Wilson is a graduate of the Somerset high school. John Edwards Dying. John Edwards, colored, who for 15 years was employed by Rockwell Marietta, is seriously ill at the couri- and their teachers for flowers and to' hospital at Uniontown. It is be- siaging and all 'others who contribut- ! lieved his death is a matter of two or three days. He is suffering from general breakdown following an attack of pneumonia last winter from which he did not fully recover. ed in making Memorial Day so pleasant and one to be remembered. Takes Railroad Position. William Finley of Broad Ford, has accepted a position as timekeeper for Supervisor C. A. Carlson of the Pittsburg Lake Erie railroad at E'icker- son Run. Card of Thanks. John Laughlin wishes to thank the many triends for their kindness, aid and sympathy extended during the recent death ot his brother, Charles Laughlin.--Adv. Font Injured. Martin Corrado, seven years old, of Brookvale. is at the hospital for treat- mijn; of an injury to the left foot. Slavish Dane*. At Slavish hall Saturday, June 1, for benefit of the Red Cross.--Adv.-- Danson Community Service. Rev. G. M. Riley -will deliver the sermon at the 18th Sunday evening community services of the churches of Dawson to be held tomorrow evening in the First Baptist church: Son at LeapUne Home. A son, the first child in the family, was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Leapline of the Wagoner apartmen-ts, Crawford avenue, West Side. Ministerial Meeting. The regular monthly meeting of the Ministerial Association will be held at the home of Rev. G. L. C. Richardson Monday morning, June, 3, at 10.30. Patronize those who advertis* This eiquisite creation takes first rank among the many capes designed for summer wear, for besides an abundance of other good points it has the additional advantage of being different in material from the majority. It is made of black velvet instead of wool, taffeta or satin, which have been usually employed thh* year. JAMES I.- GRUVER. SMITHFIKLD, June 1.--James I. Graver, aged 79 years, eight months and 18 days, died at his home at Brnceton. W. Va.i May 29. The remains wero brought to the home of his son, W. A. Gruvcr, of Georges township. May 30. Funeral was from the Presbyterian church at 2:30 P. M. Friday, Rev. Paul BHiott offlch«tta«. Interment wae made in the Baptist cometery. Squire W. A. Gruver of Georges township; Charles H. Gruver of Ohio, and Mrs. C. L. Jeffries of Brownsville, survive. The deceased spent the major part of his life in and about Smithfleld. He wad elected jiutica of the peace in the Georges district in which district his son, W. A. Grurer, was elected to the same office lost falL CHAKLES LAOGBL.IN. The funeral of Charles Laughlin was held yesterday morning from St. AloyBius Catholic church at Dunbar Reoniem high mass was celebrated by Father P. J. Brennan; The body was shipped by Funeral Director J. L. Stader to Braddock for interment NICHOLAS MASSIN. Tbe funeral ol Nlcbotaa Maeein. who -was til)«d by a fail of slate in the mhres ot the H. C. Frit* Coke company at Laieenrtag No. 3, will be held tonorrow afternoon from the Greek church at Leisenring No. 1. Interment in. th« Greek cemetery. HEARS FROIS BROTHER Priest Gets Tint News ol SoUfcr RelaU.e hi Six Month*. Louis A. Gteoaon, .brother ol Rev. E. A. G-lennon ot Dawson, writing to his brother, the flffit letter for over six months, states ho is well and so are the rest of the boys. He saye they "are ready to tacldo anything that might attempt to come their way again." Louis has two gold chevrons, or service Btrtpes. Those are obtained for being in active service one year, One Is issued every six months. He is a member of the llth Now York Engineers. STRUCK BY TRAIN, Tanderbflt Physician Has Harrow Escape From Injury. Dr. G. B. Roberts of yanderbilt, narrowly escaped injury yesterday afternoon when his Ford car was struck at the Bridee street clossing, Dawson, by a freight train. Dr. Roberts jumped from the car and was unhurt. The machine was badly damaged. At the Hoxpltal. Russell Ware, IS years old, of Scottdale, employed at the car barns of the West Penn Railways company, was admitted to the Cottage State hospital yesterday for treatment of an injury to his left hand, suffered wbilo at work. Soothe Itching with Cuticura Bathe with Cuticura Soap and hot water and follow with a gentle'_ap- piication of Cuticura Ointment. The mission of Cuticura is not only to ·oothe and heal but to prevent skin troobles,by keeping the pores free Irom impurities by daily use in th« toilet. Under- muslins Women There is no more important work -- at any time -- than the training of the youth of a nation. We must win the war, but while we are winning it, we must preserve Democracy and prepare for a better . Democracy for the future,^ Teaching is now more than ever a patriotic calling, and a national necessity. Trained voncera are the only Wad that are wanted. A course of study and training -- · including actual teaching experience -- at the STATE NORMAL SCHOOL: of Indiana, Pa. Wlrtet yea (ol tHl ontionil service. Th. demand for trained te.chcn! (rntlrezcMdltbc supply. The worth inspiring, nobUsnd patriotic, Indiana is a school of ambitious wotkera under the guidance ot a faculty of fifty experienced teachers. Beautiful and healthful location. Christian influences. Athletics. Modern buildings splendidly equipped. J2iO covers all eipcraea (excepting rental of books) for school year of forty wocka for one preparing to teach, and includes board, room, laundry and term fees. la connection with the Normal School are -- The Indiana Conservatory of Music, The Indiana School of Busuwas, and a Domestic Science School. ' Tto lodiMa C«t Jog-one of the mort' boiuil .nd Jmere.dB« SALE OF SUGAR TO CONSUMERS In order lo insure as fully as possible the conservation of the entire fruit crop ol the present season and lo eiicourago home canning and preserving, the following rule, governing family purchases of sugar, is made effective, in Pennsylvania: S Consumers may purchase, and grocers may sell to any yae family, sugar, tor kome-preserving purposes only, in a quantity not to exceed twenty-five pounds, upon the signing by thu purchaser and surrender to the seller of a certificate in ths .following form: SUGAB. PURCHASE CERTIFICATE FOR HOME PRESERVING 1913. I hereby declare to the United States Food Administration, that I de- sire to purchase from s .____: pounds of sugar for my own use, for canning and preserving purposes. I agree not to order sugar under this ruling, from any source, in excess of my requirements for this purpose- or, to use the sugar so ordered lor "any other purpose thau that here specified. I have on hand sugar to the amount of -- pounds. I used for canning and preserving in 1917 pounds. Name -- ; Town Street or R. F. D. Address Grocers -will provide their own printed forms for use in the sale of sugar under this ruling, and will forward weekly, all certificates received during the previous weefc, to the County Food Administrator. IF YOU WANT 119 Suulh PUusUnrj,- Street. Both Phones. 1 employ no agents or sollcltora. km doing business strictly on my owa merits. 18 ycurd practical cxpcricjioe. Hoial Funeral Serrice if Desired. NIGHT CAI*iS ANSWERED A T OFFICE. LADIES When irregular or delayed us* ' Triumph Pills. 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