Lulu Ruffing-John Lytle entertainment
SOCIAL AFFAIRS. McDowell-Grimm. Surprising their friends, Miss Mn- drecl Grimm and Fred Willis Me- j Dowoll of Fredonla, went to the I homo of Rev. S. C. Gamble, pastor of ! tho Second United ' Presbyterian ; church, Wednesday afternoon, and i were quietly married at, 5 o'clock. I They were unattended and left Inv | mediately for a trip to Cleveland and I Detroit. Returning, they will reside I in Fredonia. The bride wore a becoming suit of blue with acceHKorics \ to correspond. She is a daughter of i Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Grimm, of Krc- doiiiu, and is well known in Greenville, as is the groom. Dick-McCoy. .Miss Sara Madge McCoy, daughter of .lolni McCoy, and Robert Wallace Dick, both of Mercer, wore married Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's brother, T. L. McCoy, l^ast Heaver street, the Kev. Mr. .McFadden of the First United Presbyterian church, otliciatiuK- The bride is one of Mercer's well known young ladies, having been employed in her brother's store as saleslady. Mr. Dick is n yonni? and prosperous fanner "I Kast Luckawannock township. They have the best wishes ol a large circl-) of friends. Progressive Luncheons. Two of the most delightful social affairs on the week's culendar were tlie one o'clock luncheons given yes- lerduy and today by Mrs. Charles SI nlin at her home on Monroe street. The nuest lists for both days num In-red forty-live and Ihe decorations consisted of poinsetta blossoms. A color scheme of red and green was beautifully carried out. At Thursday's function Miss Irwiu of .\iles had charge of the serving and was assisted by Miss Sadie Me- Donald, Miss Alice Brown, Miss Ha 1 /el Jamison and Miss Ktta Kennedy. Mrs. Laverla Strain supervised the serving today and had for her aids Miss Adelaide 1'o.w. Miss Katherine Bosven. Miss Hazel Jamison and Miss Sadie McDonald. Mrs. F. W. Smith of Greenville. Pa., and Mrs. (.'. H. Gillman, of Cleyeland. guests of Mrs. Strain, assisted the hostess in receiving. Warren. Ohio. Chronicle. At Grove City. Tin Syohon club, their husbandr- and friends were delightfully entertained by the -Misses l.ulu Kittling and Cecil Stewart on Tuesday evening at the Ruffing home on Center Street. /Phe house was beautifully, decorated for the occasion with holly and bells. A guessing content was,held In wWeh Miss McCutcneon' won the prize. The remainder of the evening was, pleasantly spent in music and games and excellent refreshments were served and all voted the hostesses royal entertainers. A number of out-of-town guests were present, including Mrs. C. C. Pra'tt, Cleveland; Charles Cribbs, Allegheny; Mrs. Wray Campbell, of Greenville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hur ton, Fredonia; John Lytle, Drew scnv inary, and Prof. Malsom Simons, ol' Iowa.—Reporter. CHURCH NEWS. Minfsterial Association, The Ministerial association will moot. Monday afternoon at 1:30 :it the First Molliodi.st church. A papor will hi- road by Rov. N. A. White. First M. E. Church. A two-weeks' evangelistic cam paign begins Sunday evening. Meeting each overling except Saturday. ' Monday and Tuesday evenings inern- j bors of the Hilly Sunday Personal i Workers' league, of New Castle, will j l>e present ami apeak. Everybody | | inviteil. j Spconrt Methodist Episcopal. All osrvices as usual. Sermon sul)-1 jects: Morning, -Tile Brotherhood ol'| .Mini;" evening " Longing." United Evangelical. Morning sermon; "Agreement, or I'nion in t'rayer for a Kevival." Kven- ing sermon: •• Sat.an on Universal Salvation and Annihilation." bet (.•very true soldier of the cross help in this revival season. Our King "expects every man to do Ms fluty." AH arc welcome. 10. A. Miles, pastor. Opportunity knocks at, every nian 1 ^ floor, hut usually makes stira bat'oro- hand that the man is out. rtc.>Yare of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, \nll Mii-fiy tU-Mroy thr snnso or smcP i-tv <liT;ii!i,'t* I In- whole systt'in when t|tnini:h tin- ti-uroiis surfaws. Such :rs Mi-.i.ltl i:i-u-r t>" used exi-fpt on iirfsrrlp- Iroisi r.'i>,ii:tt)lo pli--sii inns, its tlm ilaniaRu tlu-j ilf in ir.: | ( ,i,j tn fjic I/M.K! ytiii can posslt/iy de- • :n-Mi u.",-,. n.-ill's Cuffirrli Cure, iruinufactuutl .'. ci: n. y A- (.-».. Tnii-ttn. o., contains no IIHT- ;i:i'i i> i.'ilii-ii inicrnaiiy, acting illrnctly upon ] ,> '»'!.: ; .;ni iiuicDiis Mirriuvs uf thy syt*V)Mn. In i i;: ti-jt;''' ('-itiirrh * 'un,« l>o. sure you pet the 1 i-if. M i- t:iki-n internally and iniule In 'lok'ilr hy J'. .). < in in-y A. i'<>. 'r<s(iTiionfjiifl free. I !•-,• t'I'uL'L'isl-;. 1'rirt 1 . ",c. por hottle. MJ ii'iii^" Piiinily 1'i!!.- Icir co'ishiKitloii.