The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 7, 1918 · Page 3
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June 7, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, I'Jis. THE DAILT COURIER CONNELLSVILLE, PA. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHATS HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Pupils of Miss Margaret Kritcbg-au Give Excellent Recital. TRIANGLE CLUB HOLDS ELECTION Jtrs. 3Ury Bishop Dies it DTersou! Hwe; Boy Scouts Getting Into Uie.j ranting State, Scv«rnl. Having! Hired With .Agriculturists; Xotes. Special to The Courier. ! SCOTTDALE, June 1.--Miss Alar' garet Kritschgau's students gave a. re- citai ia the Odd Fellows' hall on Wednesday evening, when the following j persons took part in the program: i Piano solo, Margaret Zimmerman; vi-j olin solo, Harry Werner; jtiano solo,, Prances Seeman; piano solo,. Walter i .Newcomer; · violin solo, Ilodger' Browning; piano solo, Edith Christner; violin solo, Raymond ilellinger; piano solo, Sarah Trump; violin solo, Martha Holby; piano solo. Dorothy Small; violin solo, Mr. Stertmtzel; piano solo, Bessie Newiagham; selections by the entire orchestra; duet, Misses Hough and Kritschgau; selec- 'tioos by the class oJ Rodgvr Browning. Junior Campbell, Miss Clarkson, Ceiia Chetten, Wayne Fanner, Miss Holby, Harold Heins. Miss King, Raymond Mellihger, ilr. Orbir., Gillette Peterson, Madeline Shuster. Donald Stoaer, Mildred Stone, Miss Stauffer, Mr. Wilson. WHmer Wright, ileric and Francis "Washabaugh, Hurry Werner and Francis Watson; piano solo, Miss Stauffer; violin qaartut, Junior Campbell. Francis Watson, Donald Stoner and Wayne Farmer; piano solo, .Miss Stauffer. The assisting visitors in the orchestra were: Clarinet, Cyrus Christner; cornet, Walter Christnev; drums, Frank, Browning. The ushers were Mildred Keslar, Thelma Paull and Sara Trump. Triangle Club Wect.s. The Triangle club has elocted the following officers: Presides, Grace Shirey; vice president, Margaret Burke; secretary, William Eicner; treasurer, Nancy Lipps. C. D. Fiagle was made manager ot the club. 3trs. Sary Bishop. Mrs. Mary. Bishop, aged 55 years, died yesterday morning at her home at Everson, Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at St. Joseph's church in. Everson, and interment will lollow in St-'John's cemetery. Boy S«ouis Farming. The Boy Scouts are proving their worth in hustling around and getting farm jobs. Charles DicKerhott o! Troop No. 1, has joined the Boys' Working Reserve and is. employed in Unity townhip under the supervision of Mr. Sipe. Troop No. 3 has furnished Paul Strickler, Lemar Clenu and Donald Stoner, all of whom are employed on the T. W. Dawsoa farm in Bullskin township. Other boys are planning to leave soon. CALL OF THE WILD. Speaking at a dinner, Senator John W, "Weeks ot Massachusetts, referred to the good old, vacation time, and related a story along that line. Two men were sitting at a lunch table in a cityjcafe. Outside the air was soft nnd [balmy and everything In nature was · sweet allurement to bny a railroad ticket and hasten to the woods. "It Is In my system," remarked one of the pair, glnndog thrmish the open window. "There Is nothing so appeal- Ing as flic call of the wild." "It may strike you that way, old . fellow," smiled the second, "but right i here I beg to cast a dissenting vote." "You don't know what you are talking nbout, Jake!" enthusiastically returned the first "Did yon ever hear the call of the wild? Did you ever--" Teg," answered .Take, with something akin to a sigh. "From the head ot the stairs the other night when I didn't get home until two o'clock in the morning." STILL AT IT. Hubby -- A fellow named Jones called mo a lunatic today, Wlfey -- He's too" good a judge of human nature to have a common, ordinary name like Jones. Advice. I/earn to say "No," young fellow, Ixsam to say "No"-- and Ihen You won't In the coW gray morolns Be saying: "Never again;" Good Htaion. "I am afraid, my dear young friend, that I am losing my grip." "Don't say that, professor. Why, your address has been holding attention from tile start." "But I am losing my grip, 1 tell yon. I saw the porter give it to the wrong man." Father's View*. "We're all human." "I Snow, but It Is hard to take that Tiew of some of the specimens my daughter encourages to cali^" HER CHOICE. There will be a swimming ;neet for boys only at the Y. ii. C. A. oa Saturday night at 7.30 o'clock. Fcck-Kritschtran. John Kritschgau, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kritschgau of .Mulberry street, and Miss Bessie Peck, who made her home with her aunt, Mrs. J. G. Ferguson of Third avtinue, were married yesterday morning at the Church of the Brethren parsonage in Greensburg. A dinner was st rved at noon to the immediate friends of both families at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ferguson. The young couple ·will reside here, % as Mr. Fergason is employed ia his father's meat market here. Missionary Meeting. The Baptist Missionary socit-ty met at the church last evening. The program was in charge of Mrs. Ziron. The subject was the "African Trail." Very nice refreshments were served at the close of the program. Children's lay Service. The Everson U. E. Sunday school wil hold Children's Day services on Sunday_ evening, June D, at S o'clock. The program is entitled "Love Divine," and wil! consist of the following numbers: Orchestra selection; processional by school; song, "In Pleasant Ways;" concert -scripture reading; song, "Praise Ye Jehovah;" prayer, b.v Rev. Alban; exercise, "Welcome All," by seven children; primary song, "Little Clovers;" responsive reading, superintendent and school; song, "Singing Hosannas;" recitation, "You ajid I," Ethel Stuckoff; . primary sons;, "So i May We;", recitation, by Miss Marion Mclndoe; orchestra selection; fl;ig salute, by six boys; recitation. Harriet .Hardta; song, "My Own. America;"; ·ixercise, "Why?" four boys; song.' "He Shall Find His Flocks;" rose drill, by eight girls, followed by song,' "Koses, Blooming Roses," with 30 additional girls on platform; soag, "King of All Kings;" "23rd Psalm," by audience; orchestra, recessional. The following'committee has charge of the training: Mrs. Reese, chairman; Mrs. Frankland, .Mrs. Kline and Miss .Marion Mcludoe, with Nell Pirl ia charge of the choir and Emnnuel and Peter Malih in charge of the or- Mrs. MornlnfcaD--What women's clubs do you favor? Mrs. Strongarm--When I need one for'tramps or my husband I can swing a rolling pin or a broom pretty iandj. He Learned. A anting :nuher In Bill Burn. He's like a lot more, by jtog; He paid a lot of coin Zo l«*ro That hla dear dangbtec cannot ring. GIRLS' PAINS AND WEAKNESS Yield to Lydia EL Pinkham'» Vegetable Compound. Thousands of Girls Benefited June Brides. 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