! Taylorsville this week. I i Â» T /i r 11 i I Mr. Orncr of 1'unxsutawney visited i his cousin Jessie Carney on Sabbath :"n invited to attend. Dow't forget that the Grange and Monday- j cn Saturday evening. Harry Shaffer and son, Torrencc and i j Max Fowler went to Michigan and leach brought a Buick car over land! to Pit.bur.h UELOCTA William E. -Goarhart '.. Kossiter.j SuBan Johnston Rossitcr ! Alice H. M.ke Songcnchok Tide Mines | Â·Susie Bartik Aultman i made today LICENSES , Beer, Earle Sell and H..P.' | Miller made a business trip to I n d i - j | ana on Saturday. i ; Misses Ida and Etta Sharp spent i ' l l c latter 'part of the week in the' i homo of Robert Sharp. I Tulnj er, who is employed in tho j Bar^ of 'f'C f H 7 cr Ci ^ y TM tho ff ucst | of hia parents oÂ« Saturday evening I M. day at and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Rising are ^pending a few days this week with :"riends and relatives near Clymer. Todd Ilankin, Roy Sell, James Boy- j cr, Robert Sharp, Henry WeiaÂ» and \ James Sharp, who are working at: Brai-konriflge, visited at their homes ! over Sunday-. - j The following persons were p'res-1 ent at a meeting of tho Doers Sunday i School class which was held in i h e j j home of Miss Elinoro Campbell c n i ' Saturday afternoon: Ella Sell, ric Sharp. Katherine JiOVER 'black only. Goodyear-Welt not be replace for a Walk-Over Feelgood, fit well, present, is it not -... ~.~ Â«,,,, ..u- .ma] 5, e and sterling .quality. erine Harbison, Etta i 3 ca " fc attord to be anything Sharp, Flora Lowry, Blanche Walker, !i Sell them if they SS ^^^TS^i B1 ** 'Â« Â·" Styles, $4.00 freshments were served. . A festival wijl Le held in thn Grange Hall on Friday evening for the benefit of the United Presbyter- imn SunUÂ»y Â»chool. Chicken, noodle, n Â·% Tans in all C.