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Connersville Morning Curier (Newspaper) - July 2, 1909, Connersville, Indiana A WEUL FRANKLIN COUNTY TO 00. ' OF NATIONAL AT A. Fries held fct a tbe very prominent la 4 At Brook of tbe County beld tbat ioa was years old be jg bom la to til 6 a landing In America he ployment la a brick he secured but pay but tbt employ of company ami the also up money Md finally in the of He waa 7jr8 lo the and at death a A. vidow as well as The children are WILL THEIR VACATIONS ON PLEASURE OFF ATTENDING Sarah Ferguson spent Sunday srl b HatUe spent Saturday and Sunday with friends north of Libert Hubert attended St. Gabriel's of * with home attended a party mt Frank Saturday evening i reported a good and O. i. spent Su with Mrs 8cbo<4 Sunday Remember Is you are cordially of Ivu spending the past with Mrs. BUsworth returned prominent farmer of a flying trip to last where he was united Is to Miss Relia Miss 1V.rd is well known here as a very she having visited hec Mrs. UM ej returned to the home jof flam's Saturday a reception was tendered them Join la wishing Mr. wife s very happy and Mias Josephine by John at 0i.iurday Aid Society net Charles Thursday Cor the purpose of and la making eighteen three or four pieces very If you want and call on Summer plans of ow are of interest as indicating their progressing Miss Torr to begin woik on the at Chicago or at Miss Miss and will be at do Ing some school Mias Gray will be in school at the Tenk Haute State Miss Madge Jewiss expects to take a trip through California and Miss Carrie Barrows is planning a trip to the and Hiss Dora Wallace to take a trip through Miss Ida vili summer term at Miss Edith wiU at the af Ochiltree vUl attend Miss Elizabeth gen expect to attend Indiana or take a trip the Prof. wlH in Boyd will do work at New The Board has granted Supt. Wilson a leave of absence to attend Columbia University six September 6, 1909. Che new Mr. Cantwell is a graduate and has bad aa a school Miw is really an old teacher Is well and favorably Mr. Is a married 37 a gradual oi the State Normal and has had eral successful Nash is a of the State NormU School and ' 4 A V - - ANO HARVARD VARSITY CREWS was early the fovorite over Tale In the thls Before tite training waa haif over of the Crimson werf f 100 to 100 tbe Harvard meo over Yale at event found prompt takers for ali and a t of went down on the The training camps tbs tWo than a mUe apart aC Gales the of tbs two wss intense than It had been tor years S. VOCATIONAL is the latest functionary In educational He originated in Boston and his business is to tell high school graduates what are good for and what they are not good for and so guide them to a of their life 1 the need for a in too much is left to in the selection of an occupation for that as a resist many men are not properly placed and the world dissatisfied J. Ferree ws of the and fall to make a FOR and George are ci Jap 9t aad Mn. Pisas Davis ' Sonday the and Mrs. Frank ( Mra Richard aad Sunday at of Jones wfs beld in of Stevens and Murphy tha Sunday of aad Frank aad oC tka mr Saturday aad C. W. B. X wiU boid tes iar Friday at of Mrs. Dora May ia tha In aad Monday Dr. 21p. aad at vere of Dr. aad tum fW Visit her Mn 1 School at Terre iliss is a graduate of the has been doing work is Utie lional department at Indiana city the past Miss Moore is a graduate Ohio Holley i3 a Junior at the Indiana Normal Miss Bell is a graduate All of the teachers have had successful Teaching for the year 190-1910. of 0. M. SCHOOL Guy 0reDcft3 Elia L. George D. Charles S. 8AKatherine L. L. 8BS. B. 0 7AMadge 7BCarrie 4A, 5BSSdna 3A. 4BDora Ind 2A, 3BOrah P. 6AEXfie Daa L. ti. 4BChristine City lA. 3B-~Haicl Clay City SA. 8BHalc% Clay 6B. 6ACalvin C 2A. 3BBeatrice Ind. 2BIva J. Sue A. City W. Otto W. B. of under proper they would prosper and toe proposition is an the best we can put say the The best is more pitiful than is frequently trying ie or ones self a or A Australia and New Zealand they have Old Age pension and recently an attempt was made to pass such in There is to iaW fQF against who have been useful ibers of the suffer from poverty and and through no willful fault of their They a burden upon or upon the or under our present system public aid Is it carries with it the brand of causing the tfi are in asiU that Of course It la the duty of every one to look and pHh for that fateful rainy or the helpless years of but often fall short of our has enjoyed a tree choice stUl doubt if he chose especially if be of the degree of he And a man is about as apt to be guided by his whims and bf in making his On other many all their lives because and not decided thei of a business or ars they were fitted for something and And right here let the vocational director Parents also have fond for their and to be should he trained 4or a he at hat Elizabeth Ann find ^T greatest success and usefulness as a housewife when they had dreamed 9Ut for her a career of music and general social this sew should be a man oC Judgment mi and parents his b0 bat every Md wrecked to tha years to among his would to and for successes bis credit be tlie most of all Is tbe man raised up in bis father's and who succeeds or sets up for himself in the same after bis natural apprenticeship of And ordinarily the boy the fails to do presuming the is a and his trade a good to sought out Success is not so eas of attainment that a during his Aort life bf business or can afford to lose much time or maks many false have no to the trying hb btk bta not to paint of hit ova in colors want in old Many people uphold the on broad grounds of humanity and simple the other UU there m while that the would fali most worthily qn that an old pen sion would be to public That it would age and caase many old people who might otherwise maintain or could be care members of their families being unduly to become charges upon It Is one of serious phases of the sociological so far as it affects working people jn % to be It is In thP form of pension to aged or eip by the employing or a board of trustees formed for the The fund to be provided the corporation by draw backs from or from a graduated or upon the salaries drawn by the has such a applying to thf the and the case the stats would no or to the of all were pro. such plan for a pen law is consideration by the school teachers of action may be requested of the by large number Home Missionary Society gave a qf the First M. There was awd ft Will be the Methodist at program van by composed of Carl and and Bert solo by Vera reading Mrs. H. vocal 8q1q, MWi A- flut 80I0, Paul reading Mrs. a M. piano Mrs. celo Joe violin Brown and music by the the program all present were with dainty TO LOWER is a on at Ormond Beach in 1907, will be at the National Conclave at Indianapolis August 12 and 13, with the purpose of endeavoring to lower this almost unbelievable The along with will take place on the A mile in 26 2-5 amounts to a rate equaling 140 It would pass any else of human invention so far known except a cannon is i 1 THAT IS AT WENT OUT BUT SOME CAME UNDER Sheldon entertain July friends to an STAR CLUB A NUMBER ' of the American Sheet and Tin Plate Company is the only plant of the company now la All the men here went out last hut this morning enough relumed to operate two hot These two require about one hundred men accepted employment the rule of the About seven hundred men are still hut It la expected many 6f them will return to The officers of the company are their efforts to operate the plant here and supply the and business men hope they will be plant at Gas City Is the most expensive one to operate in the It is now closed and it is believed no efforts will be made to ^t There is it is of tihe at Anderson and being put in last night at his beautiful try home two and one-half miles east f ' of this evening Star Club of this attended in a The spent in games of were indulged in up to late was a late hour when all guests left for their several ' they had been royally ' ' public auction yesterday S. CALLED property of the late Maud Wa 90ld at public auction at 1 ie north door of the court house yes by S. O. McKennan administrator of the The property was bought for by Harry been a few weeks of perit was from this life by tho death angel last night at ten o'clock at his home on nineth street after a illness of some weeks of born January H. 1881. He andl a wife is left to mourn the loss of a loving funeral services will be held at 7:30 this conducted by Rev. J. C. body will be taken to Saturday leaving thU bity on the 6:33 car over the wishing to view the nay do so after Z o'clock after girl Is a victim of a strange disease a local haa designated as due to the special sales that been The young lady was reading a newspaper when she fell to the floor in a dead according to the books and the young lady fainted because she read the announcement of an old sweetheart's or death it would turn out according to the ibooks that he was a cousin of her sweetheart by the same .Is ao unlike the hooks and Upon the young lady related that she saw hosiery advertised for 25 cents that she had paid 35 cents for the day dazzling on the corner Sixth and Central to yesterday and It is report quite a few people fn this city would like to see cold cash dazzle before A Cew people left to hold the now boasts the greatest motor car speedway on It is Just being completed and initial - wUl take place August 20 21. Large Paul Keller ' entertained about twenty of his little friends in games and guessing iwere ' in by the makers until a late hour Dainty refreshments of ice cream cake served Paul widespread interest are Here are a few interesting facts useful a few old at kome of Wednesday was made in the yesterday waa a out about this great park enclosure in which it is situated contains 338 of the main track 1 five and the pund stand wiU seat 85.000 wUl room for 200,-000. and cm the motor The total costi df speedway was something over A system of electric lighting with has been installed that will turb might Into Fifteen or twenty be given away in at the contests to IB funeral of who died Wednesday evening LAurel M- Wilson wife and er left yesterday on an extend ed trip aasL New York Ckd Point wUI be visited and a eighteen trip out op the ocean will be enjoyed before their While away Mr. Wilson to study a few weeka at Oie RUSHVILLE LUCHEON BUSINESS WAS A SPLENDID meeting at v Warren Lodge No. 15 F. A. M. was last Springer and Edward L. Ault were raised to ' ithe Sublime Degree of a Master - the degree work and of the order an luncheon waa served which was enjoyed greatly appreciated by everyone attendance was good and all present it an and Anderson and Charles wife and of visited Alex White and Myrtle Swift visited relatives and friends at day and Frank Moore and children and Tuesday night with Joseph and family near of spent Monday with John F. Swift and Rev. H. D. Sterrett and Duard Wilson and wife took dinner with John F. Swift and a large attended the party given at Frank Satur day wife and and Lide Ellis spent Tom and Naylor and wife spent evening with John F. Nola Sherwood and Cora Huth Swift Friday afternoon with and May Alpha Moore and Grace Kennedy were shopping in Brookville Naylor returned again to 4>e at the bedside of her Lulu spent Sunday with Miss of and Tom of last Moore and Mn. Frank visited Bond and Tille festival that waa given in the town Saturday the members of the Lutheran church was Ethel of will spend the summer wUn on Sunday Walker family spent with Quincy Price Rachel of near spent Saturday night Sunday with Miss Lottie Betscher and called on H. A. and Saturday Mary who underwent a surgical operation last is much Ruby Eshelman was entertained Saturday night and by Thei ma Zimmerman and of the social here Saturday night and spent Sunday his Frank Zimmerman and forget there Is a law cruelty to Rifes and entertained Joe of Farmer ate Sunday F. M. Riggs and Inez Duncan celebrated hsr sixteenth birthday even big of last week and entertained friends with a party in honor of the I Mrs. Eshelman spent afternoon with Mrs. Ed V Anna called on Addle Will entertained tJie J. B. Sunday afternoon Ml homer East was a attendance and a delightful time was all i. WONDER going Chance and Milt up shipped five tar loads a few houni between l wool -
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