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June 17, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. rHB DAH.Y COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, TONE 17, 1918. EIGHTY-EIGHT YOUNG MEN CAILED TO GO TO CAMP ON THE EVENING OF JUNE 26 S. S. Clarke entertained a. few of - his friends, mostly employes at the First National bans, over the weekend at his cozy cottage at Ohiopyle. The party left here Saturday . atter- "noon, reluming home last evening, all - " reporting -a most enjoyable time. The guests ot Mr. Clarke were ilrs. William Weaver ot South CounellEvffie, and. Mrs. Austin "Wilson of Youngstown. 0., chaperoned, Miss Maude Weaver, Miss Leona Miller o! Pitts___ burg,: -Ered_EEisbee, Paul Brickman, Merrill Lessig and Clifford Edmonds, Tne -regular meeting of the Wom~ ~~IOL'S »ild ·»£- iae Trinity Episcopal " charcir;irUl : Je held Wednesday night "at the honie^rf^Mra. J. "W. Greaves at "; Dnahar, Those who expect to attend ;ate~4SkedrtO-Ieave on the 7.30 street -car; ~A meeting of "Hie vestry will be "icld Thursday evening at S o'clock la ' "aenr-chiircir house-.'-in East Fail- vfiiw"-e»enie.-~~The- choir "will- meet 7.30 o'clock Jor'prac- " " ' "" Knit . 01* _Wta-_nmt to the CtQxiesA. Coirn£Brts branctr ol the Hfiagoe ^STllt' meet.tonight at the Greenwood: of "the Ladies' aVcciliiMy"to the order of Railroad Conductors- will be held Wednesday afternoon;. jiaHDiid Fellows' hall. Mr. and Mrs. "Wade H. Marietta, ~~Mrs. 3*.-C. Rose, Mrs. Caroline Mari' .etta, STis 1 . J. D..Percy and daughter. Miss Besse, Mr. and Mrs. David .Wertheimer and daughter. Miss Mary, and; Mrs. "W. P. Sherman, were among in Pittsburg. ' Send the Daily Courier to your boy in the army. Call at the Conner office and leave his address. Rate 50c per month.--Adv. ' Harry S. Zimmerman of Trinidad, Colo., is visiting his brother-m-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Clabaugh of North Pittsburg street. After spending- a week here, accompanied by Mrs. Clabaugh, he will leave for a visit to his old home in Martinsburg, Pa. Dr. and Mrs. Claude Anderson were here from- Pittsburg yesterday attending the funeral of the formers brother-in-law, Captain Robert S. Morton. For the best and cheapest repairs on that roof, conductor or spouting, see" F. T. Evans Estate.--Adv. Mrs. Eli Bridgewnter of Pittsburg, and Mr. and _Urs. C. E. Alter of West Newton, ate. guests ol Mr. and Mrs. -T. J. Smiti of Ninth street, Greenwood. - Mrs. Thomas Logan and children of Midland, Pa., are visiting relatives at Leisenrlng. Mrs. Frank Lewis and baby of Greenwood, returned home last evening from a visit with friends at Mor- gantoivn. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Sisley o[ Jeannetie, were the guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. William Trump of Green street, and of their daughter, Mrs. Frank Gaal, yesterday. See "The Unteiiever," at the Paramount theatre today and tomorrow.-Adv.-17-it. Miss Maude Kirklami of Brownsville, returned home this morning after a visit with Mrs. Laura Clark of McCormick aenue. Miss Edna Smith of Dawson, .Miss Continued tram Paso One. V7. Va, Shriver Osier, Confluence. Ray Kuntz, Dickerson Run. Roy Coffman Miller, Indian Head. Clij-toa Myers, White. Albert Manges, ConnellsviUe, R. D. Jatnes Morris Smitley, Dunbar. Frederick Danzell Miller, Markleysburg. William Hegner, CoTinellsviHo. George Adam prltts. Champion. Edgar Russell Holt, Ohio-pyle. Ciouguendio Nafrio, Donbar. William A. Plrl, Normalville. Frank Glisan, Markleysburg. Clarence E. Martin, Dunbar. Jesse R. Bungard, Normalville. ISTESBS TO GET SOME MAS 11' POSSIBLE Swimming is a diversion of tile boys in training in France, says Private Andrew Lucas ot 163d Infantry, writ- | ing to his father, Michael L, Lucas of Lolsenring -No. 3. "We go in every day after we are through drilling," be continues. "I am not in the trenches yet, but I hope to get there before long. I did not come here for nothing. I come to get some Huns I hope to get a half-dozen or so before they set me " H03EE FROM VISIT WITH HCSBAKD ES C.UIP. Mrs. James I. Balsley and little daughter Eugenia have retuined from Morristown, Va,, where the} visited Mr. Balsley, who is a member of the 12nd Balloon Company, and who expects soon to leave for France. They spent 10 days with Private Balsley. Saturday night Mr. Balsley and two others of the coirtpanr secured permission to go camping several miles out, and their wives and other mem- j bers of the three families joined thera for the outing. They had a delightful tune. the local persons who motored to [ Edna Cook, Miss Elizabeth Sarver, Markletou yesterday to hear the concert given by the Conaellsville Military band on the- grounds of the United States General Ivospital, The pupils of_M'SS_Mercedes Gladden and JIiss_jlpsei'hine Rinehart will give a musical this evening' at the Gladden home in South..Bighth street. Greenwood. .- "~ Miss Elizabeth Kellenberger and Miss Gertrude Grimm were guests of Mrs. Charles Dotwiler of Pennsville, yesterday. They attended the Children's Day exercises at the Peunsvllle Baptist church. - Downs' Shoe Store is showing two new oxfords in brown and grey.-- Adv.-17-31, Miss Bessie Smith of Pittsburg, was r- -- i the guest, over Sunday of Mr. and Mn. Miss Grace Rar.kin will entertain, j u y S. Snaw of Tenth street, Wesl th» T. C. T. clnb IMday. night at her - · home at Adelaide. CttdrerfsrDay exercises will be held Sunday morning at the First Presbyterian chun-h at Dawion. The Women's I^ible class of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon at .lie home of Mrs. T. H. Hazen in North Sixth street, West Side. Side. Rev. Father William McCashln of BurgettslOirn, and Rev. Father J J. Greancy of near Pittsburg, were in town today. They assisted in officiating at the funeral of Rev. Father Miehaal Stanzel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bute, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McG-lli and son Frank and daughter Elizabeth, all of Dawson; Leo Bute ot Ora, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs A. -- (E. Wagoner of Connellsville. formed The weekly meeting of the Busl-! B party which motored to Frostburg. ness Women's CarisUan association} Ma., Saturday, returning last evening will be held Thursday night m Odd Fellows' - temple. South Pittsburg street.-- Thnrsday night, June 27, the 7ji sa Louisa, are spending the day association will g:e a strawberry and ice cream social. A part of the pro- -Iceeds will be for V. M. C. A. war "- Mrs. Mattle Rlchter will entertain ;; " the yanderbilt- Fanrywork dab' Wcd- " nesday at h«r home in, Crawford ave- " Jine, East Side.. "* " -- -.T"" ~~ " ~ I-' ·; --"Aajetts-femple. No." 80, Pytnian Sisters, will meet tomorrow evening at 7 ;; o'clock in Odd Fellows' hall. At the ;_ close of the business meeting a social :: session will be held. All members ;: are urged to attend. '.'- The Busy Twelve clnb was delightfully entertained Friday evening by -- Mrs. A. J. Pataer at her home in " Sixth street, "West Side. The eve- »" nlng was spent at fancy work and fay way of Bedford and Ugonier. Mrs. A, D, Soisson and daughter, knitting, served. Dainty refreshments were -: - .PERSONAL.. -.' . Mr. and Mrs. Clarance Koop of " Homestead were guests of the for- in Pittsburg. Mia, Barbara Heurich of Greenwood, has returned home from Pittsburg,'where she witnessed tne graduation of her sister. Miss Florence Edna Hunker from the Allegheny -General hospital. SEETJCE FLAG. To Ee Dedicated br Foundry nnd Steel Castings Company. The employes of the Connellsvillo Foundry Steel Castings company will dedicate a service flag with 26 stars tomorrow at 1 o'clock. Senator W. E Crow of Uniontown and John Duggan, Jr., will speak. To Celebrate 2ftth Anniversary. Several classes of the Christian church Sunday school are arranging THOMAS BETUKXS TO CAMP DCS. Lieutenant John Thomas, of tie veterinary department, Medical Officers Reserve Corps, returned to Camp Dix, Watertown, N. }., on Saturday after spending a ten-day furlough among friends in Cotinellaville. HOSE OX FCRLOUGn Private William Cunningham, who 18 stationed at the Washington barracks, arrived home yesterday morning to spend a 48-hour furlough with his mother, Mrs M. A. Cunningham of Trader avenue. SEROEA3T OtACGItLDT IS DISCIUBCEB Sergeant Stephen O'Laughlin, who has been stationed at Camp Lee, has boon discharged on account o! physical disability. Sergeant 01,augb!ln is a son of Stephta O'Laughlin Sr. of Leiscnring DAJCA TOIGHT FIBST IIBUTFXA5T Second Lieutenant Dana Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs r. W. Wright, has been promoted to a first lieutenancy. He was a graduate of the first officers' training camp 2.t Fort Niag- j ara less than a year ago, since -which time he has been stationed at Camp Meade on duty with the Depot Brigade. WILL TELL OF INDIA Pour lectures Planned for Week-end ut Champion by Missionary. Miss Ida C. Shoemaker, a missionary of the Church s of the Brethren home on a furlough after seven years in' the Far Cast, will deliver a series of lectures on ier experiences at the I County Line Brethren church at Champion on Saturday evening and Sunday next. Her appearance is being arranged by a committee headed by Rev. Irwm R Fletcher, pastor. The program for the week-end follows: a program of exorcises to celebrate Saturday evening, S o'clock, "Every- the twentieth anniversary of the dedication of the church building which occurred on 3une 26, 1898. The celebration will be held on Friday evening, Jun« 28, it being inconvenient mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John i t o jjold the exercises on the exact "EgEih " street, Greenwood, --over Sunday. Mrs, Joseph A. Cook of Bellever- non i* vislUng at the home of Mr. and Mrs.r_B_ele B.-Smith in East Patterson avenue. The. best;3lace to shop after all. Bro*n«U-Shbfl Co.--Adv. Her. 3V. L. McEwan, who delivered the^class senadn-J»t the high school lasfnight, -motored' here from Pittsburg "-accompanied "by Mrs. McEwan and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams. Mr. 'Vrailiams-Ttas at one time a Baltimore^^Ohio dispatcher. Don't be a ready-made mart when you can yet a cracker-iacfc suit to your measure at the price of a hand_ merdown. Da\e Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. Miss Nora Sfcallenberger of Browns-- fllte," Investigator tor the Mothers' As-- WstaneeTJoard .ot Fayette. county, was , in town.Sateritrr on business. . - 5trs. JTtoorgc W. Blair' of Eighth ' street, Wi-sf Side, Is spending the day I ADandy i Reason I - For -1 Saving a , The ' I Wheat is- ISIfES (BESTCOiJHFU«ES) | KeednoSujar § date of the anniversary. day Life in India or Home Life of the j Missionaries"; Sunday morning, 11 o'clock, "Our India Field and Opportunities"; Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock, for women only, "Tie Women of India"; Sunday evening, 730, ''The Open Door of Service" Challenge From Uniontown. The Uniontown independent baseball team, has issued a challenge to the ConnellsviHe Maccabees team, expressing a willingness "to meet any team that ever claimed ConnellsviHe as its home or has become in any waj chesty." Games can be arranged arranged through the sporting editor of the Uniontown Herald. For T. 3C C. A. Fund. The Petticoat Pilot," a photoplay of unusual interest, with Vivian Martin, the charming screen star in the leading role, will be presented Wednesday afternoon and evening oJ this week at the Orpheum for the benefit of the Y. M, C. A. overseas war fund. Mrs. Morris Smith is chairman of the ticket committee. Girl nt Jlnst Home. Mr. and Mrs. J F. Rust of the West Sine, are Ireceiving congratulations upon the birth of a daughter, the first child in the family. Mrs. Rust was formerly M-ss i,ucy Randolph of Van- dertilt The father, better known as "Happy," is a. West Penn conductor. inil Go to Cump Carnegie. Isadora Hoiewltz and Karl B. Smith of ConnellsviHe have been accepted for admission to Camp Carnegie to be conducted by the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg, beginning July 1. Try our classified advertisements. Leiscnring Boy Home. Corporal Thomas Mclntyre, stationed at Camp Holabard, Baltimore, is spending a furlough at his Dawson . home, and with Corporal Mclntyre, , who is with the machinists, is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Mclntyre of Letsenring No. 1. Tliispr Amputated. J. H. Brtindridge, 55 years, had one of his fingers amputated this morn- -iUg at the Cottage State hospital. j Mrs. Goldie Eiowu and Mrs. E. .V. Wells, botn of South ConnellsviHe. ^ho received treatment for burns, were discharged. ISRAEL, HENRY. Israel Henry, an nncle of Funeral Director J. L. Stader, is dead at his home at New Derry. Mr. and Mrs. Stader and daughter, Miss Angela, and son, Leo, will attend the funeral tomorrow morning. DANIBL O'LAUGHLIN. Daniol O'Laughlin, 21 yoars old, a well known resident of Leisearing No. 1, died yesterday at the residence of his brother, Martin O'Laughlin in Water street. He had been in poor health for some time past, x The body was Connellsville's Greatest Store. The HOME of,QUALITY and SERVICE 129 to 133 N PITTSBURG St.. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "Come and See" j We told the public in plain unmistakable language that we expected to win the measure of success to which this store is entitled, on the strength of our values--in that "Wonoder Sale' in June. The public now has the opportunity to put that statement to the test. Come and see. The Season's Greatest Dress Sale Over two hundred high grade Silk and Wash Dresses, sacrificed to us by New York manufacturers, at prices that will more than prove that "Wonder Sale" in June is going to win success on the strength of real values-$9.95, $15 and tip to $35 Suits $19.95, $24.95 and $32.50 This will be a Red Letter Event for every woman who comes to take advantage of the sensational offer. Scores of different styles--all stunning--this season's newest. Women's, misses' and juniors' sizes. Suits formerly sold at $25.00 up to $47.50. Wom-sn, misses and juniors have pick of the season's most stylish and out of the ordinary Wash Dresses in plain plaids, check and stripe Ginghams, plain and fancy Voiles, Pongee, Tussah, and Poulard Silks. Every kind of a Dress for every occasion will be found here. Dresses are all exclusive and the last word in metropolitan fashion. June the Month for Graduates Nearby days--all interests of the household will bow in submission to the interesting preparations for the graduate. Charming Frocks For the graduate and class night exercises. A moat' pleasing collection of new models--styles of sweet simplicity--fashioned from fine sheer fabrics--Georgette Crepe, Organdies, Voiles, Batistes and Crepe de Chine. Some braid trimmed, others tucked, lace trimmed or embroidered. Large assortment beginning at $15.00, ranging gradually up to $39.50. Appropriate gifts for the Graduates Gloves, Hosiery, Neckwear, Ivory, Lingerie, Pocket Books, Pans. In fact we have a comprehensive showing of many suitable gifts of interest to the graduate, at prices sufficient to meet the approval of everyone. At $1.95, $2.,95, $3.95 up to $7.50 A Sale into which women can enter with. confidence and pleasure. Because--first of all, all the new Hats in this sale are of Dunn's standard and leaving nothing to be desired in the way of style. Secondly--because the assortments sparkle with, novelties and distinctive models not embraced in the ordinary run of millinery showings. Third--because the broad scale upon which the sale has been planned provides ample selection. Fine Dress Hats Following our custom, choice will be offered during this sale of all Pattern. Hats at exactly half their original prices. $35.00 Hats $25.00 Hats 820.00 Hats 815.00 Hats _. . _ $17.50 _..,, $12.50 .,, 510.00 ._. S..7.50 This year's offerings are of exceptional merit and charm, commanding the attention of June Brides and their attendants and every woman interested in Dress Hats of a distinctive character. Waist Extra At $3.95, $7.50 and up to $15.00. · No need to say more. All well informed women know that the exclusive styles we show at $3.95 and $7.50 are smarter than those elsewhere at $5.00 and $10.00. Made of the prettiest Georgette Crepe, Crepe de Chine, in all the wanted shades. Some of the models are embroidered in contrasting colors. Women's Hosiery Fine quality Silk Hosiery in bronze, tan, pearl, suade, castor, sand, medium grey, brown, white and black. $1.25 up to $2.50. Wash Skirts Specially Priced at 95c, $2.50, $3-00 and $5.50. White Gabardine and Pique Skirts, cut on smart straight lines, pockets oil side or envelope effects. All have straight tailored belts, 95c, $2.50, 53.00, and $5.50. Where else in this vicinitj will you find such a complete baby store? The Importance of the store is emphasized by special values. Babies' Hats and Caps at 50c up to $2.95, made of dainty Organdie and Swiss, trimmed with embroidery, ribbon or flowers. Baby Coats, made o£ Serge, Bedford Cord, nicely trimmed, lined througbout, $3.50 up to ?9.9S. Booties, some hand Imit, come in white, pink or blue, special offering at 15c to 59c. Babies' Sacques, cashmere or fine knit, daintily Snlshed with pink or blue trimmings, special at 50c to fl.75. All Wool Sweaters, pretty colors or wlalte, some finished Tvitii pockets, sizes up to 1-1 years, special this -week at 98c up to ?2 50. Nainsook Dresses, long or short, trimmed with lace or embroidery yoke, in this sale 50e up to $2.50. Nainbook Dresses and Christening Robes, long or short, lace or embroidery trimmed, a great variety, many hand made and hand embroidered, $1 to ?5. Nainsook Skirts, long or short, lace insertion or embroidery trimmed. Gertrude or waist styles at 50c to $1.75. Boys' Stra-w and l^ight Wieght Clolh Hats in many shapes, priced G9c --$1.00 values. White and Colored Rompers, sizes 6 months to 2 years, m pink and blue and various striped gingham, at 59c. Boys' Wash Suits in linen, crepe and galatea, plain colors and color combinations, 53c to $2 50. Muslin Drawers, made of fine muslin, well made, neatly finished, 2 to 12 years, 19c. Muslin Skirts and Princess Slips, tnnrmed witli embroidery and lace, 6 months to 1 year, 25c, 29c, 59c. Jfuslfa Drawers, made of flae nainsook, trimmed with embroidery, sizes 2 to 12 years, at 25c. Children's Coats, ; to 6 years, o£ silk poplin, serges, checks and over plaids--all now sha'lej. as rose, Copenhagen, mustard, apple, green, navy and black, priced $2.00 to ?0.50. lu ritklmrcr Hospital. Mrs. Emma Fink of Francis avenue, was taken to the Mercy hospital, Pif.3- burg, this morning to undergo an op- i Always bears eration. She was accompanied by her ' the husband and daughter, iliss Agnes ' Signature of Pink. · ' CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years removed by Funeral Director J. L. Stader to the O'Laughhn home at Leisenring, from where the funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 8.30 o'clock. Requiem high mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock from SL Vincent de Paul's CaJlioUc churcli at Leisen-nng, with interment In St. Vincent de Paul's cemetery. Deceased is survived by hia father, Stephen O'Laughlin, and the following broth- ws and. sisters: ilartia. of Connells- ville; Micaaei, of Coalbrook; Jack, Thomas, Frank, Stephen and Bridget, at home; Mrs Mary Mullen, of Con- nellsviHe; Mrs. Margaret Hasson, of Youagstowu, Pa. MAKE QUICK FLIGHT. agam at the nicGinnis home just ( f o r e 1 o'clock. i Pigeons Released at JTarkloton Eeacli' Mr McGinnis plans to send somt ConnellSYille in Less Tliau Hoor. ' Pittsburg neit Saturday. Two homing pigeons sent to Markleton yesterday with O. H. Berwick, member of tlie ConnelU»Mlle tiLlitary band, wh'ch played there for the sol- Dies Suddenly. Nev7S as been eceived at Indian Creek of the sudden death at Cleve-; cLers, returned to the liome of their land Ohio, of Mrs. John Bigato, a former resident o£ the Indian Creek valley . owner, C. L. McGinn is at East Con- nellsviHe in less than an hour. They Armstrong Appointed. Charles L. Davidson of Unionto were released at 12.05 and aliehted' Connellsville and county food administrator, has pointed George L. Armstrong of · city, federal food administrator

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