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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, June 5, 1918
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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, TONE 5, 1918. COMMENCEMENT ACTIVITIES TO BE CURTAILED Ruth Grodzin, Helen Levy, Sari Melnick, Bryan Nabors, Elizabeth Os- bora, Eliza Belle daroline Soisson. The commercial Smith and Mary honors went to ;;? "At a raeeting of the Protective Home Go to the Tough House Restaurant 1'TcircIe to be held tomorrow night in for your Thursday supper. Chicken Fellows' Temple, a ^service 'flag and waffles. Mrs. C. J. Armstrong -- ·'with three stars representing the j'Adv.--wed-thara-tf. " o f young men of" the circle! Mrs. D. C. Thomas and daughter 1 ~ - " -- · · Betty, of Pittsburg, who spent four, months in , Tucson, Ariz.,' and .two months in 'LOS Angeles, Cat, for the benefit of the former's health, arrived here last" night to spend the summer with Mrs. O. L. Eaton ol East Cedar __. _. -, avenue, a sfster of Mrs. Thomas. Miss 2£tti"" Storey" in " North "Pittiburs ("idler, a Pittsburg nurse, who acccm.- " ~ " ' panied them on the trdp, stopped off at her home in Pittsburg. Mrs. f:vi.irt« military service, will be !;:"itt±lc*Ud.... All are invited. §?£*'" The'regular monthly meeting, of fa» CKristian'Xndetivor'society of the f ?CnrrsUan~cnurch'will be held Friday l-lviilEht »t 8,o'clock at the home of Miss ; . . fc.,-. : "~Tb« weekly meeting of the Business 'ciWarMB'i Chriitimn association will be TJroriday night in Odd Fellows' "MW Vhrtet Minor ol South Browns- iffl* and Albert Bates of West. «re married yesterday in Uniontown. Mr. and Mrs. will rwide In We»t Browns- where tb« former it employed 1fj tk« PMUurlrania railroad com- " 'At the recatar meeting ol the N. C. : dMS'of the First Methodist Eois- church Ti'eld last evening at the t "Mrs. J. DetwUer in Cedar ;-"aveno«" oBe'ers for the ensuing year |rwere ·teeteid as follows:' President. : .--G. Kauffman;"vice president, G.--I*-C. Hlchardson; secretary,) ^^...fl-ry Cook; treasurer, Mrs. Delia 1 ?'JfcCarnes. -Arrangement were made ^r.Jor' an*-entertainment. "The Sweet W be presented soon by Thomas received wonderful benefit from tbe trip, her condition improving rapidly 'during her stay in California. Mrs. R. C. Beerbower and two daughters of Star Junction were in town today. Mrs. T. E. Miller and daughter, Miss Rena, of Race street, have returned home frqm a visit with Mrs. .1. W. Huseman of California, Pa. Mrs-. Huseman and son accompanied them" home. T. R. Bremnor was "called to Wilkinsburg by the death of bis sister- in-law, Mrs. Frank "W. Bremner. Mrs. Bremner, -who had been a resident of Wilkinsburg for 20 years, died yesterday, in the Homeopathic hospital. She "had visited several times at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Werner in Sixth street, 'West Side. '."Bcottdale persons. ;-ft' ADM Stella Conley entertained the ;'V : T.~H, class" of the~Evangelical Sun- 3"; toy sehoonast evening at her home tiXfc ~fni atreet," South Connellsville. £i Jce~ere»m' and cake were served at ·fl'the ckw« 'ot the business meeting. jj^ Slr«._John Kelley was hostess at a iC'-yety enjoyable meeting of the Green- J-'wooil Faneywork club yesterday at- WAY TO COLORADO EMett Sttllwafon Ac KBTJ. John Emmett Stillwagon, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. StHlwagon of Edna street, second class engineer on the United States battleship South Carolina, is being sent to Colorado for the benefit of his health, according to a letter received yesterday .by the | parents. John-Emmett, the letter said, was then on the hospital ship Mercy enronte to an Atlantic port and that he soon would be sent west. igrternoon at her-home in Isabella road-i g il!c6 his last trip home the young ftileven members and two gnests were man na d been promoted. Whether he will return to the service is not known. His condition is not serious, it is said, but it was thought best that he he given an opportunity to recuperate. and spent the afternoon at ^knitting. Delicious refreshments were .N-jarredrt Mrs; Laura Eersol will en- S'"fertaiS "the" club Tuesday afternoon, JyJuly 9, at her home In Morrell avenue, 2: Cretmwood, ?-.·""""" ' " " ·--. ·'if' Tke Y. Xi club; gave a very tnjoy- jvtble_rd»nce last .evening in Maddas ·-, hall. West Side. Music was furnished S'.by Klferle's orchestra. ' | f i' Baby Days, beginning with today, Mare being observed at the E. Dunn store. Every baby brought to the store will be weighed on accurate Wilson, Dunker Newton. Mount Pleasant; Thomas and Frank Vogel, of West fi'aemles and its name registered for (von« of the prizes of two dollars in ^.merchandise in the infants* depart- H-T!*nt only. ti .'"' PERSONAL. f \ Miss Jessie Rhodes of the "West Side ·'.; ia in"'Pittsburg today attending the =x grand opera, "II Trovatore," .at the ·': Alvln. tbettre. A . Mri. j. E. Pratt of Parrell, Pa., is ''· the plest ot Mrs. Barbara Heurich ot i~ Eighth- street. Greenwood. ·f 'jMriiClarence P. Smith - of -. Union- i town,7wttl_leave tomorrow for Colum? lxa»,'0., wttere Mr.. T hi» training course at' the balloon ,·; KhooL He may be transferred back f, to school at Omaha next week. i -j.Th*" best place to shop -after all. * BrowB»njShoe Co.--Adv. "· ~S. Harold Turner of Clarksburg, is ,, __^ o ,, ·; flere tisitins friends in Isabella road. i i n pittsbnrg, and has been sent ' ,;3Ir. and Mrs. ,._A. J. -f 6 ""* 011 wiu j Columbus, O. Foreman is a. son HAST E51LST Df . THE AKKT AXD ITATI. The following yonng men from this section enlisted ia military service on Monday in Pittsburg: : Army -- William H. Baker and Warren F. Beck, Rockwood; Clyde E. Spetcher, Somerset. Navy -- Arthur C. Forsythe, Banning; Lancelot A. Lint, Dawson; John Verbitsky, Uniontown; Otto Herman and Lyell J. Beddowf, Scottdale; James Murray, Sutersville; John-fl. E. EDTTABD SUMIAS AKBITES OTBRSEAS Cards have been received:here from Edward Sudziak announcing his safe arrival overBeas. Young Sudziak, when leaving Connellsville for Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga.~- was attached to the 110th Regiment Hospital corps. Later he was transferred to the 112th Ambulance corps, 2£th Division. !'»»T.» ... Tnesday lor New York to son and daughter-in-law, Xr;' and Mrs. Walter Pearson. plr». Redding Bunting and daugh- ,S»r:3»line, ol Pittsburg, are guests of U)» former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hay of Tenth street, West y»r«irytlitog that's aew in style and tc f or spring-- I have it Look oy«. Dave Cohen, Tailor.-- Adv. ». H. P. Snyder and two daugh- - Alice and Katharine, and son, :P. Jr., returned home last ii«nt Com « visit »1th Mrs. Snyder's " Mrs. -A. KTIielntyre ot Mc- J. H. Spear and: two children, . -are visiting at the home ll {lie Joraw's parents, Mr. and Mrs. in.. South Pittsburg ..... "~i : 3lii». O..B. Craft and. daughter, Miss ;3tuthVerf North. Pittsburg . : streei, are ^tS» *u«U of friends aC Smithfield to- K * r ^ . ' ' · · ' - · d the Daily Ctrarler to your boy " ' " "MBIT. 'Call "at tbe Courier of* uxl toav« h» a'ddrew.' Kate 50c ·|j«r:»i»t»«.-- Adv. .; ' -y;. ' . . ' . . ' " ... .. .Smith .Buttermore ,.. . . |cj»rk»iurr this .morning to visit her " r Mrs. _R. E . Asb.e. . er sister, Miss Mar- BATTSOK 3LVK IB BNGDTEEIUHG CORPS. Charles Foreman; a -well known Pittsburg .Lake Erie car inspector, has. enlisted in .the Engineering Corps to ot Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foreman of JDaw- son. MORE lOTOTCt KE5 T01ESTABILY EKTEE THE ABUT. Clarence J. Dalzell of Mount Sterling and Edgar C. Exline and Roland A. Smith of Mount Pleasant enlisted in the Regular Array in Pittsburg yesterday. Russell A. Magee of Brownsville enlisted in the Marine Corps. "JUT MTCfSOX TO BE DBITEB. James Munson of Gibson avenue, has enlisted as -an ambulance driver and expects to be called Into service stow*, 2|»r«t BUctetone. £^V ·%*... £p:-3£r9."J. P--K. Miller of Scottdale, fwai-a-Connells-riUe -visitor .yesterday. IfSKrs.- Thomas Courtney is .visiting Ib'lends at Morgantown. |«*itlss Catherine Millpr of Jones Sjlllls.-Tfas in town this morning on |hir jr»y to New York to visit her sis- tjierJxtrs.."Walter Pearson. K'|jMrs..John Dlxon. jr., and Miss Ger- ^tiuae Dison are ^spending the day in SBIttabars. " s .Florence. Buttermore i s home -the University of PHtubur-g for i-summer vacation. PASTOR iA ' fta lnl»at» and Children Bflii IH* For Over 3O Years TO MEET THURSDAY Food Dealers TV111 Discuss Publication of Prices. Because of the small attendance the meeting of dealers in foodstuffs called for .last evening in Union-town by Food Administrator Charles L. Davidson was postponed until Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. Davidson issued the following statement: "The"- food .administration has ' or- derd that publication of price lists of commodities · must be resumed immediately. The meeting of the: food dealers has been called for the ij pose" of discussing the matter and securing the" appointment of a committee representing the wholesale dealers, the retailers, tbe consumer "and myself. It is important that" the dealers be represented at this meeting on Thursday evening. There will be no further postponement. The committee will be selected and publication of price lists will be^in immediately. "It is highly-important to the dealer as well as to the consumer that these price lists, be equitable. This meeting has beem called to give the dealer an opportunity to discuss the matter of fair prices and other ira- yortant matters* In connection with tbe food situation. I. shall expect every dealer to be represented at tbe meeting Tlmrsday evening." j Anna Coyne, Harry DysBolt, Irene j Hunt and Margaret Wilotflm. The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute gold medal for 'excellence in mathematics aud science was won by Lawrence Holcomb. I Out of town students graduating this year are: Roland Boer, Ida Burfc- hart, Edna Hart, Elizabeth Ward, Harry DeBolt, Munden Shoemaker, Lawrence Weaver and Esther Sullivan, South Conuellsville; Alberta Danielson, Rostraver township, Westmoreland county; Florence Erbeefc, Cqnnellsville township; Mabel Haire, Franklin township; Ralph Hney, Bull- skin township; "William and Cuba Jones, Smithum; Valetta Martin, Bull- skin township. Two members of the graduating class this year are · already in the service. They are "William Stickel, who Is -in the radio branch, having enlisted several months ago, and Charles Carson; who is now in an embarkation camp. The annual dance and Sophomore- Senior banquet have been dropped j se-ph's cemetery. Deceased H. H. ORNDORFF Policeman H. K. Orndorff of Ohiopyle, who died Saturday at the Cottage State hospital as the result of a motorcycle accident, left, a wife, Mrs. Laura Orndorff, and four children, Beulah. Albert, Judson and ,'GlUvood. His father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Orndorff of .Ohiopyle, and the I following brothers and f sisters also survive: Mrs. Jack Kennedy, Ohiopyle; Mrs. G. W. VannosdelnJ Newell; Mrs. J. H. Vannosdeln, Baltimore, Md., Joseph Orndorff, Ohiopyle; Stephen Orndorff, Hagerstown, Md.; Thomas Orndorff, Ohiopyle; Harry OorndorE, Couneilsville; and Shriver Orndorff, Ohiopyle. The funeral services were held in the Methodist Episcopal church at Ohiopyle with Rev. H. G. Trimmer officiating. Interment was made in Sugar Grove cemetery. The deceased was 39 years old. THOMAS J. O'BRIEN. Thomas J. O'Brien, 6D years old, a resident of Broad Ford for a number of years, died last night at midnight. The funeral will 'be from the house Friday morning at 8.30 o'clock and at 9 o'clock requiem high mars will be celebrated at the Immaculate Conception church. Interment in St. Jo- sur- this year. The Connellsville high school is living up to every request made by the government that there be no unnecessary expense in commencement exercises, and with the cooperation of the stndents this is boiog effectively carried out. Caps and gowns will be worn at the class vived by his widow, two sons, Michael, of Phillips, James of Greensburg, and one daughter, J4rs. Roy Lowe of Scottdale. ROGER J. BUTTHRMORE. The funeral of Roger J. Buttermore will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 the air of Burning. The cli In chapel this morning Louis Simon, president ot the senior class, made a short address to the lower classes. The seniors sang the farewell song, the words being written to "Keep the Home Fires a pictures were not taken today. The pictures of tie class in cap and gown and in school dresa will be taken on the same day. The first event on the commencement week program is the class day exercises, "The Pageant of Liberty," for which the students are rehearsing daily. This will be given at the high school auditorium on Saturday night, June 15, at 8.30 o'clock. The class sermon, which will also be delivered at the new auditorium, will be on the following night, Sunday, June 16, at 1M o'clock. Rev. G. L. C. Richardson, president of the Ministerial association, will preside. Dr. William L. McEwan of Pittsburg wjll deliver the class sermon. Dr. McEwan is the father ot Mtes Solly Rodes McEwan, who died while teaching in the high school here during tbe present term. The senior class play, "The Time of His Life," a light comedy, will be presented on Monday night, June 11, at 8.30 o'clock. The play is being produced under the direction of Prof. Frederick Smith and Miss Margaret Baker. The commencement exercises will be held Tuesday evening, June 18, also at 8.30 o'clock m the high school. The salutatory will be delivered by Lawrence Weaver, who took first honors in the commercii department. The oration will be given by Mtes Sarah Esther "West, awarded second honors in the academic course, and the valedictory will be delivered by Lawrence Holcomb, class leader in the academic course. The commencement addreis will-be delivered by Dr. Charles F. Tawing, president of the "Western Reserve university of Cleveland, O. The diplomas will be presented by C. Roy Hetzel, president of the school board. sermon and on commencement night. | o'clock from the residence of his sis- tor, Mrs. Elmer E. Blerer, in North Twelfth street, "West Side, wich Rev. G. L. C. Richardson, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church, officiating. Interment in Hill Grove cemetery. MOUNT BRADDOCK RED CROSS AUXILIARY IS DOING SPLENDID WORK 29 TO GRADUATE Anim] riunlMir Township Hlgk School Exercises Friirr. A class of 29, 20 yonng women and nine young men, will graduate Friday night from the Bunbar towneip high school. The exercises will be held in the high school auditorium at Leisenring No. 1, and' a program of unusual interest has been prepared. The class roll is as follows: William J. Adams. Nelle C. Burns, Ruby Bush, Lena Clopton, Harry Connor, Ester Cosgrove, Elizabeth C. Crawford, Annabel Davin, George Bgnot, Margaret Gettings, Mario OI- osso, Gertrude Guth, Marie Lucas, Jessie Martin, Igor IVt. JratsJto, Clare CMnun Keeper Finds, Then toe Workers to Greater Enthas- ium br Bis Addres*. Thomas J. Hooper, chairman of the Connellsville branch of the Red Cross, visited tbe Mount Braddock auxiliary last evening at the urgent request of the workers there. He delivered a stirring address which was very cordially received by a large audience; administered * the oath of allegiance to 37 workers and eompii- mented the auxiliary upon tbe splendid work it is doing. When be arrived he round tbe work rooms weil equipped and a large group of workers, among them a number of young girls, very busily engaged in knitting, and making hospital garments and surgical dressings. This auxiliary is doing its full part in a financial way. A recent sapper netted (265 which sum was later Increased- by donations at the service flag dedication to $289.28. Chairman Hooper expects much from this auxiliary as It is active, greatly interested and alive to_ the needs of the present situation. It has a strong organization onoer the leadership of Mrs. D. C. BOlti, pcsyident, Mrs. W. F. Earhart and other prominent ladies in the commarJty. Plans we under way for a laier and larger meeting to be held in tbe church at which Chairman Hooper has. again been invited to be present. GYPSIES CHASED Wandnrers Are Cunsini? Mnch Com- phrint in This Section. A band of gypsies which struck town on Monday has boen causing considerable complaint from residents of this, section of the county. The band was chased oat of this city Jfon- doy nl|;ht and again last night. This morning a call came from "Wheeler complaining of the band camping there. The Wheeler woman was told that the constable ot the township would have to look into the matter there Last night the members ot the band stopped on Eighth and Ninth streets to £eed their stock, 21 wagons and three or four automobiles being Hned tip. 'The police ordered them to move on and they went in the direction of Wheeler, where the night was spent. Charged with stealing $35 from a McNulty, Lawrence Mcegan, Lyda L. v anderb ilt man, one parly of the gyp- *l~~««« -C^-oTiTA A'T .olttrhUn I7i.»i.*«ae . . · *"^ * Morgan, Frairff O'Laughlln, Frances Ostrolskyy Harry F. Randolph, Harold Schaffer, John Senor, Lela Sheppard, Grace Snyder, Nellie Snydar, Florence Sproat, Frances White and Anna Belle Sheppard. Entertains Seottdale Crab. Mrs. J. W. Wiley entertained the Entre Nous club of Scottdale at a knitting yesterday afternoon at her hbme in Patterson avenue. The hours, were from 2 o'clock until 5. Lunch was served by tie hostess. 1 Mrs. Mor;' ris Smith of Connellsviile, was a guest of the club. . Others in. attendance were: . Mrs. J. T. Wurtz, 3[iss Madeline Brennen, Miss Teresa Brennen, Mrs. Claudo Murphy, Miss Irene Loucks, Miss Zeila Lowe, Miss Elizabeth E'.cher and Miss Virginia Byrne, of Scottdale. Arm Broken. Mrs. Anna Lillibridge, 29 years old of South Connellsville, was admitted to the Cottage hospital last night for treatment of a fractured eibow, suffered -when she tripped on a board." sies was given a hearing before local alderman last aigit and returned the money, paying the costs. Patrolmen Rendine and Turner arrested an automobile load of the wanderers on the South Side yeater- day afternoon for soliciting, but there were no witnesses to appear against them and Mayor Duggari ordered their release. Try our classified advertisements. 3Uasles Case Reported. ! One case of measles was reported j ] to the Bo=ird of Health this morning. I ABTAIfCE IS FBICE S T H M A There i no "cure 1 * but relief i* often brought by -- FOUR-MINUTE SCHEDULE Tuesday and Thursday Omitted From list lor Next IVeck. There will be no Four Minute speeches at the theat/es on Tuesday and Thursday oj next week. The schedule for the remaining part of the week is as follows: Monday--R. S. Matthews at the Arcade, Rev. J. T. Burns at the Para. mount, Rev. J. L. Proudfii at the Or- .1 pheum and S. E. Goldsmith at the Soisson. i . "Wednesday--S. E. Goldsmith at the Arcade, M. J. Welsh a-t the Paramount, John Davis at the Orpheum and B. B. Smilh at the Soisson. Friday--S. P. Ashe at the Arcade, E. S. Matthews at the Paramount, M. J. "Welsh at the Orpheum and John Davis at the Soisson. Saturday--John Davis at the Arcade, Rev. J. L. Proudflt at the Paramount, F. E. Younin at the Oi-pheum and John Duggau, Sr., at the Soisson. 25c--oOo--$1.00 Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What You "Spend--Save Them. SUMMER DRESSES for All Occasions A Host of Pretty Models Featured at $4.50, $7.50, $10, $15, $19.75 to $35. With this first real summer month comes a splendid display of these filmy dresses that are so much a, part of every woman's summer wardrobe. These light, airy frocks are ia nev7 modeis and include all sizes for ·women and misses. Organdy Voile Batiste Lawn Gingham / Silk .From these are they fashioned--and right smartly too. Choice may be had of white, pink, peach, tan and rose in solid shades, while the same shades along with many others, are used in attractive combinations. The voiles, for instance, are plain, figured or embroidered and the prettiest of new gingham models may be had in stripes, checks or plain. Ctrt-Price Sale of Coats, Suits, Dresses - $14.95 ( $18,50 One lot Suits to $39.75 Values One lot Sorts to $49.75 Value. . $38.50 2««v.L.' One lot COATS, vatoes to $39 J5, ; ....... Choice $28.50 One lot COATS, values to $49.73, - - ..... Choice $38.50 A Fashionable Woman knows that her figure is made with her corset. She may have beautiful, natural lines from the artist's point of view, bBt she knows that her form must be mtxiered by the corset in order to have the contour which is necessary for her fashionable dreas. Redfern Corsets represent tie best there is in corset designing and making. Every part of the figure in a Redfern Model is relaxed. The corset is scientifically -boned with flexible boning, and put together so accurately that it cannot fail to fit comfortably if the proper model ifi selected. . , Redfern Corsets are not expensive--they parallel the highest priced corsets in style and beauty at much lower prices. $50 to $6.50. Yough House RESTAURANT Under Sew Management. A Clean Quiet Place for Your Family to Bat. Let Us Know What You "Want and How You Want It, --o-GOOD SERVICE. --o-Mrs. C. J. Armstrong, Prop. Hilton Coming Home. 0. L. Eatou, who is special representative for .the Baltimore Ohio: (railroad at Camp Sherman, Chilli- I cothe, O., is expected home tonight or I tomorrow for a few days' visit Glasses for Office Workers Typists, stenographers, bookkeepers, draughtsmen and accountans are prone to abuse their eyes by close application to their -work. The rlsrfct srl.aK*eit j-eil^vc and rcitt -\renr?, titrolned vyem, L W.MYERS,Opt.D. Optometrist and Optician. VooIivorth Bid?., Conn ell srillc, Ftu The highest grnQo anil most eflicient optical service In ConnellsviHo. Please Do Not Ask Our Operators for the Correct Time A Necessary War-Time Request \~\ THEN a subscriber lifts his telephone V V receiver and asks: "What is the time, please?" the same service on the part of the operator, the same length of time and an equal use of telephone equipment generally are necessary as are required to complete an ordinary telephone call. In every telephone central office there is a switchboard with a certain number of operators' positions; at each position is an operator; before each operator a certain number of subscribers' lines terminate. · If these telephone facilities are taxed to their utmost and a large percentage of the calls is for the time of day, the telephone user will appreciate that to eliminate such calls will permit a reassignment or.redis- tribution of both operators' service and telephone equipment and result in our being able to care for the abnormal demands of the present, and the even greater demands that we feel will be made upon our service in the . months to come. Every true American sees his personal obliga- . tion in the great National task at hand. "The Telephone Company is keenly alive to the responsibility that rests upon it. Will you make only the necessary telephone calls and so assist this Company in its service? THE CKNTTVAL DISTUICT TF.l.KPHONK CO.. 15. K, PATTJ5RSON. Ixica] Manar UNIONTOWX. IM. " ar WOMEK ASD CHILDREN. The Citizens Xattonal Btml; lii\its Savings Accounts of "Women and Children. An account may be opened -with a dollar. "Women and children who have never thought that they could have a savings account are delighted to find that it is easy to deposit money at The Citizens National Bank ami have the safeguards that the bank assures 'for their money. Among the people who lose money by burglary, fire and other ways, women and children are the greatest sufferers. This bank is located at 138 North Pittsburg street Buy another War Savings Certificate.--Adv. B07HPHONES OPPMSTRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA.

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