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June 10, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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JUNE 10, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER CONNEIJ^SVILJum PA. PAGE F1VB. NEWS OF THE DAY AT ML PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Baccalaureate Sermon livered to Institute Graduates. De- REV. T. C. HARPER IS SPEAKER Jtebekafc Lodge tntertains Visitors Frum nest c-»ton; Cluss is Initiated and Officers Vre Installed; 30" Are Presort at the supporters to the vice grand, Mrs John Finch and Mrs Burdella Berg Following the installation refresh- meats were served to the 300 in attendance | Personal. Mr and Mrs Edward Gibboney anl sons Blame, Donald and John motored o^er from Adamsburg and were the guests of Mr and Mrs TVilliam Shupe of West Main street Mr and Mrs Edward DeVbre Jordan at Putshurg and Mrs Levino. Jordan of Pleasant Umt spent Sunday with Misses Marv and Alice Hitchman Prof H H DeLong spent Sunday in Somerset DlSTRDUSiTIO'N. Special to Tim Courier MOUNT PL£4Si-\T Jure 10--Tlie baccalaureate sermon for the Mount Pleasant Institute g-adjatcs. Misses Susan £ohno\ ic Leoaa More} Leoj a Stohl and Edna Francis was preacbi d in the Grand opera house la»t e\ e ning by the Re^ T C Har^ei Mu Ic was furnished dur ng the evening 1» the Institute Choral club JRebekahs. Tiie Rebekaha on Saturdaj -igh eT teruiined the Rebekah odgc from TVett;Newloa First the team Jmt ated a class and then the following ofu- i cer^ were inotalle-l Voble grai d M-s Lura Duller vice grand Mr» Lauia Stau^ier warden Mrs John Bob-»art, conductoi, Mrs ^\ ll lam H( n- der-^on chaplain Mrs Jake Fox riff* t and left supporters to !'ie no'»le g'and Mrs Jarjorle Ranuaj and \fr« MIssou-i Overlj right and '£ Bank Smis ill Depositors lllle-- frncouni£ s Small Accounts. Our management aims to show no discrimination in ser\ice The depositor ^vho br ngs n a dollar ib guon the saae prompt couneoi)= at ention that the larger patron receives This policy has made the bank popu ar in the true sen«e of the \\ord "WE. \vant working men who rece \ e and pa-v out more *o njo the safetj and service of this bink Ihe Ciu?ins Nationa Banh 13S North Piusburg street Buv another War Sdiingt, Certificate -- urday You will get coTitort and style if I examine youi eyes and fit your glass-^ cs Dr A L Tucker, Optometrist' 105 South Pittsburg street Con ie!ls- vlUe --A.d\ Mrs Charles Collins and daughter Thelma 'eturnod to their home at Conaellsville Sittirdaj after a pleasant visit here Mrs I W Show and son spent Saturday calling on Confluence friends I Mrs M Sonolhe-mer who has been a guest at the O'nop/le House for the past iveeK returned Saturday to her' home at Pitlsb irg I Miss Jessie Hall returned to 'her home here Sat irdav after a several wreks -visit spent at Donora Don t neglect jour ees See Dr A L Tucker, Optomotrist 105 South Pittsburg street Connellsville--Adv Confluence. Ohiopyle. OHIOP'kLE June 10--Mr and Mrs CMTU-^ Show are vmting their son anc. family Mr and Mrfa Opal Show at Philadelphia M ss Beulah Orndorff and Miss Di'= Medal" vere a-iong tac Con- uell^i'lc shoppers and* tn'lers Sat- CONPLUELNCC June 10--Work on R E Black s new liouse on the Tl est ! Side is being pushed rapidly | Mrs H P Meyers and son Paul j we gone to Clarksburg W Va. '0 \isit friends for two weeks Word received from "ft S Bowers who is in the hospital at Wilkinsburg states ho is getting along nicely Charles D Beggs and little daugh- toi have icturncd to their home in Windber Mrt, -U thur Bow man has returned 10 he: hoiie at Akron O after a visit with friends here She was for merlj a Mi c s Lev dig and resided here John Treutle of Coniellsville is visiting his family here William Svvn vvis a business ^lsit- or to Cornel o v i l l e Saturdav evening By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 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