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EIGHT SOCIETY SECTIOIf THE JemsliUHGH PRESS SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27. 1922 Dnratlne-t hrlstner. The wedding of Mrs. Almeda Durst-lne of Scottdale, Fa., ani Marcellus E. Chrlstner of Pittsburgh was solemnized yesterday morning at 11 o'clock in the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer with the pastor, Rev. Robert W. Woods, officiating. The bride wore a gown of white canton crepe with trimming of lace and ribbon. She had a black hat faced with white crepe. Her bouquet was of pink roses and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. Chrlst-ner are on their honeymoon which will be spent in West Virginia and at its conclusion they will be At home in 71-2 Race St., Eastend, after Sept 1 Graat-Mnnnlng. T. D. Grant announces the marriage of his sister, Miss Bessie O. Grant of Oakmont, and James W. Manning, son of Mrs. Mary A. Manning of Wilkins-burg. The ceremony was performed in the Central Presbyterian church of Buffalo, N. Y., Monday, Aug. 21. Rev. Chlttick ofliciating. The only attend-I taffeta, trimmed in gold grapes and ants were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Anderson, relatives of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Manning will make their home in Oakmont, Pa., upon their return. I.nrgr Wedding;. One hundred relatives and close friends attended the wedding at high noon Wednesday of Miss Beulah Barnes Boggess, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boggess of Shlnnston, W. Va., and Russell Smith Coffindaf-fer of Harrison county, West Virginia. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Earl B. Moyer, pastor of 'the Shinnston Baptist church. An improvised altar was formed of tall palms, ferns and southern smllax, banked with pink and white asters and roses. Mrs. Robert Findlayson of Pittsburgh sang "O Promise Me," accompanied on the piano by Miss j Marian Slocum of Ellwood City, Pa., who also played the wedding march The little ribbon bearers, Mary Josephine Lucas and Catherine Cofflndaf-fer, led the bridal procession and were followed by Mrs. Flnlayson as matron of honor, singing "Faithful and True," from Lohengrin's "Bridal Chorus." Mrs. Finlayson was gowned in turquoise blue georgette, over Fof Mill Wlngrrt. ' A shower was given Aug. 24 In honor of Miss Esther Wingert, fiancee of Arthur Fickllng of Dormont. Miss Florence Miller was hostess at her , home In Mt. Washington. There were 10 guests and the decorations were In yellow and green. The guests Included Miss Leah Dickinson, Mrs. Walter Zleg, Miss Stella Chestnut, Miss Helen Dyer, Miss Margaret Shcrer, Miss Eleanor Rankin. Mrs. nonon ana carried pinu roses and a French fan to correspond with her gown. MIks Ina Connelly of Warren, Pa., as maid of honor, wore a gown f orchid taffeta and carried a bouquet of Sweetheart roses and French fan f orchid. Little Miss Eugenia Thompson, daughter of Mr. nn4Irs. Bailey Thompson of Fairmont, and cousin of the bride, was flower girl find scattered rose petals along the bridal path. The ringliearer, Taylor Cofflndnffcr, son of Mrs. Mary' Cof-flndrtffer, nnd nephew, of the groom, carried a whito satin pillow with ring. The bride was given sway by her father. Mr. Cofflndaffer had as his bert man rtov k'va nt lm Sunderman, Miss Alice Fickllng and Thft brlde wa Kowne(1 ln a cre(Uion Miss Mildred Miller. I (lf Mhte chIfrotli Haborately em- iiriiiucreu wun crystal hearts, over was a shower of lilies of the valley nnd bride's rtisps. Mrs. Boggess. mother of the bride, wore a gown of 1 Hotel Conneaut, Conneaut, Pa, l.rown Spanish lace, over rnyal blue. ! Surprise Shower. Miss Geraldine Wagner of Pearl St., Wllklnsburg entertained Tuesday evening at a surprise shower In honor of Miss Ruth Hall, whoso ma. -riage to Joseph B. ' Fisher of Glcnh St., Wllklnsburg, will be an early fall event. Those present were Miss tfvtha Clark, Miss Sara McClure, tkTsn Kitty Crosby, Miss Helen Heed, Miss Sara Ellwood and Miss Geraldine Wagner, also Miss Helen Mao McAllister, Miss Lillian Wagner and Mrs? T. E. Hall. Birthday Surprise. The Silver Moon club of Pittsburgh held a birthday surprise party on Mis Evelyn Hambley, Thursday. Those present were: Misses Marie Schueltheis, Lauise Poth, Clara Hols-worth, Gladys and Laura Nicodemus, June Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles j spend son time. After Sent IS they Livingston, Evelyn Hambley. June will go to Richmond to resld". Hambley, Clayton and Roy Holz- , worth, James Herms, Clarence Sells, j Howard Main, Brown Livlngst an. ! i"rdy. Raymond Biers, and David Spair. Donk-Huckrrt. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Q. Ruck-ert, of Dewey ave., Washington, Pa., was the seine of a prettily appointed wedding when their daughter, Miss Marie Ruckert. became the bride ot Walter C. Doak, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Doak, of East Washington. The ceremony took place at 0 30 o'clock In the evening. In the living room of the bride's home in the presence of the Immediate relatives and a few close friends. Roses "were massed about the room, carrying out a color scheme of yellow and white. The greenery which formed the background, was of asparagus, elbodium ferns and palms. The ring service was read by Rev. Hugh S. Darsie. Miss Edna Ruckert was her sister's maid of honor. The best man was Fred Conrates of Pittsburgh. Little Catherine Eiben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eiben, as flower girl, carried a basket 6f achillia, and Albert Eiben, her brother, acted as ring bearer, carrying the ring In a white rose. Mendelssohn's wedding march was played by Miss Irene ,Tons, of Washington, and to its strains the members of the bridal party made their entrance. The bride entered on the arm of her father and was gown- led in white satin, with tulle veil and carried a shower boquet of white roses and lilies ot the valley. The maid of honor wore an orchid georgette frock and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and orchids. The wedding was supplemented by a wedding supper, after which Mr. and Mrs. Doak left on ft wedding trip. Upon their return they will reside in M Aches'on ave., until their new home In Dewey ave. is ready fur occupancy. Summer Travelers. Miss Louise Garner, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Garner of Greenmont duchess lace. Her full court train gt., Dormont. will spend the last part ieii irom tne snouwers and the tulle f August and the first port of Sep v.-ii us ne:o in pince with n wreat.'i ; temher at Atlantic City. or orange Trrnssoms Hor nuouauet Mrs. Vera Swindell and Mrs. C. M. Roush are spending tw.) weeks at A recentln-n was held and the guests were received by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boggess. Mr. and Mrs.. Russell Cofflndaffer. and the bridal party. The centerpiece at the bridal table was a mound of pink asters, bride's roses and maidenhair ferns, tied with bows of pink tulle. The place cards were brides. The favors were bride's baskets filled with nuts, tied with white tulle and from the handle hung a wedding hell. Mr. Cofflndaffer and Us bride left for an automobile trip mrnugn te east where they will Children's Party. Yellow and blue marked the ieoora-tlons at the party for little Bobby Truxall Thursday, ' Aug. 21. There were about -0 guests. The guests were Jack Smith, Billy Truxall, Jack Ellly and Carl Evansburger, Jack Grace, Norma and Alice Goodwin, Audry Eckert, Dorothy Biake, Emllle Bumgarden, Charles Frost, Bobby Frost, Henrietta Eckert, Hope Miller, Charlotte Miller, Anna Cook, Mildred Downing and Bobby Truxall. Day on the River. The Wemco club of Pittsburgh was entertained by Miss Peg Dennis up the river Saturday, Aug. 10, at Little! and Mrs. Edward Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Pal camp. Asile from the members Francis Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. David many others attended. Covers were laid for SO. A dance was given by the club In the evening. Engagement. Mr. and Mrs. I. Lubovsky of Wylie ave., announce tha engagement of their daughter. Sadie, to M. L. Paris, son of Samuel Taris of Vallejo st. Crnfton Heights I'ngngement. Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Margaret J. Shaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw, of Montclalr ave., Crafton Heights, to T. W. Pratt of this city. Announcement Cards, Cards have hoen Issued by Mr. and Mrs, Harry C. Graham of Aylcsboro ave announcing the marriairn nf thni,. cousin, E. Lois Knox, to James A. Rockwell, son of Mrs. Mary B. Rockwell of McKeesport, AVednesday, Aug. 0. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. C. Pires-of the Central Presbyterian church of Erie, Pa. Mrs. Joseph Hoeveler and daughter, Dorothy, of De Victor place, East-end, have returned from a thr.-e weeks' visit to Philadelphia, Atlantic City an 1 Washington, D. C. Miss Martha Mae Smith of Berthoud St.. Pittsburgh, returned home to. day frim a cv( weeks' visit with relatives In Akron, O. Mrs. Charles Diller and daughter, Margaret, also Mrs. John Meinik-heim, who have been the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Barg-hauser of Belle Isle ave.. South Hills, have returned to their homes Id Washington, D. C Hwent Wedding-. Mr. and Mrs. Ross E. Jones, Sr., announce the marriage of their niece, Anne J. Derry, to W. Otto Ellis of Coraopolls. Pa., Aug. 2:!. After Oct. l." they will be at home In Coraopolis, Pa. Miss Ceal Clark, daughter of Michael Smotzer of Seddon ave.. North Brad-dock, and William Smithberger of Talbot avo, were quietly married Tuesday morning In St. Josephs church at S o'clock with Rev. Undo-man officiating. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride after which Mr.aml Mrs. Smithberger left for an extended trip to Texas and other points of Interest. After Nov. I Mj and Mrs. Smithberger will be at home In 4:2 Sedlon ave., North Braddock. Wednesday nwynlng, Aug, 23, Miss Mercedes Mary Lavelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Lavelle of Hazel-wod became the bride of George Mrs. Stella Simms. Mrs Cather'ne j Harvey Pullman. The ceremony was Kelson. Edward Gerkey, Ludwig ; performed In St. Stephen's church at Gerkey, Thomas McManus, Edward. 9 o'clock. Rev. -Fr. Connors offlelat-Kelly. Herman Strausser. William j ig. The bride and her maid of honor. neaiiy, Lawrence jieatty. Harold a .i.i.f Mrs. Charles Moody of the North-side entertained at the Herron Hill cluh Aug. W in honor of her husband's fifty-seventh birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Peter McManus, Mr. and Mrs. F. McManun. Mr. and Mrs. Emtl Gerkey, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gerkey, Mr. and Mrs Herman Gerkeq, Mr. and Mrs. William Stevens, Mr .and Mrs. Timothy Hammiek, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Gallagher, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lorle, Mr. and Mrs Harry Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. William Roche, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wadlow. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. James Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. August Rebel, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kidd, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCulTa, Mr. and Mrs. Alex McChesnev. Mr. Gallagher, Mr. and Mrs. James P. Flllman. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whlttmer. Miss Genevieve C. lavelle, wore costumes of dark blue, with black hats and corsages of roses. B. Bollman acted as best man. After a wedding breakfast at the Ritten-hntise Mr. nrifl f ces Martin. Out-of-town guests wrr .k. ' ,., , , ', t , . i n, m . short motor trip. At home cards an- Nelson, Charles Mack, Joseph Gallagher. John Staffer, Blair Leahv, Paul Llnsay, the Misses Bernlce Gallagher, Mary Welsh. Lillian Hickey, Isabel Nelson. Florence Kelly, Fran- Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Hickey, Mr, and Mrs. John Healey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mcllenry of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. William Healey, Mr. and Mrs. John Gallagher of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. J. McCarthy of Northumberland, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jagow, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Flack, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moje, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moje, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moje, Mr and Mrs. Frank Errick of New York jnounce 4740 Sylvan ave., Hazelwood, I after Sept. 13. ' - - i i N REIZENSTEIN'S Summer sale aids this week if 'you did not get here before, come now you'll get good things at prices you won't forget. EVERY department thruout the store participates in this final week of Summer Sales. Price Reductions 10 to 50 Open Stock Dinnerware Mirrors and Candles Sticks Open Stock Glassware Porch and Garden Pottery Gold Encrusted Glassware Serving Trays and Novelties Lamps and Shades Sheffield Silver Some Seasonable Specials i There Are Many More Goblets, Sherbets or Iced Teas, engraved crystal, each 25c Cups and Saucers, imported china border decoration, each 35c Serving Trays, mahogony finish 11 x 14,' each . , 1.95 Salts and Peppers, Sheffield Silver, pair 1.95 Comport, Gold Band Glass, k ' diameter ..... 45c Bud Vases, Sheffield Silver. . . 6' 1.65, 8' 1.95, 12' 2.95 Dinnerware, discontinued patterns, half price Sugar and Cream, Gold Band and Cut Glass, pair, . . 95c Jam Jar, blown and engraved crystal, ' ' . . 75c Tumblers, gold band and line on crystal glass, . . . 45c Buy your needs nowlow prices remove reasons for delay 711 Liberty Anue Opp. Wood Street Grant 250 r3 Mrs. Anna M. Tharp announces the marriage of her son, Paul D. Tharp, and Miss Elsie P.. MoKee, which was solemnized by Rev. Myers of the Rrushton Methodist Episcopal church, Aug. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Tharp will make their home with the groom's mother. Miss Isabellea Williamson Ladiey, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lad- j ley of Greenfield ave.. Squirrel Hill, j and William Albert Rogers, son of , Mrs. Stephen Rogers of Hazelwood ave., were married Wednesday even-' Ing at 0:30 o'clock. The ceremony was performe-i in the home of the bride's parents, Rev James B. Grler of the Squirrel Hill Christian church, offl-cating. Miss Delia Ladley served as the bride's only attendant, while Henry Ladley acted as best man. A reception and wedding dinner, with covers laid for 2, followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will reside on Greenfield ave. Wedding In September. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Larimer of Shadeland avo. announce the engage ment of their daughter, Olive M.ti, to Harry W. Van Horn of the North-side. The marriage is to take place Sept. 20 at the home of the bride. Al Fresco Wedding. Under the ancient maples'1 on tha lawn of Hill Crest Farm, near Can-onsburg, the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Sumner La Rue Tone of Westminster place, the marriage ofMlss Elizabeth Torrence Tone and Windsor Arnold Hosmer of Cambridge, Mass., was solemnized at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, with Rev. Dr. William L. McEwan of the Third Presbyterian church officiating. Miss Tone, who was given In marriage by her father, wore a gown of ivory canton crepe, draped in chiffon edged with tiny crystal beads. Her tulle veil fell from a coronet of point lace and orange blossoms, and she ' carried white roses, orchids nnd lilies of the valley. Miss Katharine Spafford Tone, as her sister's maid of honor, had a frock of coral pink organdie. Miss Edna H. Lovevof Pittsburgh In orchid pink organdie and Miss Louise De Wolf of Bristol, R. I., in robin's egg blue organdie, were bridesmaids. They wore picture hats, and carried garden flowers. Herbert H. Hawkins was best man and George La Rue Tone of Closiii Our August COMFORT FOR BABY Strong; wood crib, white enameled. Safe and com- A AP fortable. August 23.93 price Tw,vw ! DOWN 3-PIECE BED OUTFIT $19.50 Dependable quality in a neat white Iron bed, strong mattress and spring to fit. See them In the August sale at only II DOWN ml V With a Great Broad-side of N ever-to-be-Forgotten A REAL HAIR MATTRESS A real hair mattress. Will not sag or get lumpy; guaranteed for years of service Covered with high giHiie tick ing. Kfguiar 129 value. Special it now r. t.ovrrpfi $14.50 GO-CART SAMPLES $14.50 H price on all de-elgns and finishes-Prices ta-t at I DOWN J3Q SEE THESE AT ONCE Dressers and chiffoniers that won't linger at this low prlfe! Attractive designs In AAA C golden oak finish, J.3U August price, sp'rlal SI IIOHV AN EXTRA BED Just a simple motion opens the handsome davenport to a full-size bed. It's much better quality than you usu- slly find at this price. August special . . It l)OW n'J n uri I rr $37.50 The whole store has been gone over. New goods have been marked down. Odd pieces have been dag out ol stray corners and marked to sell for a mere song. Every nook and corner Is stirred up for the last grand selling rush! GET IN THE RACE TOMORROW! THE BARGAINS ARE HERE FOR ALL COMERS! EASIEST TERMS! 0000 IC0 See This Suite in Our Window. Reversible Cushions ! Covered Backs! Just Think of of II! 5159 for This Wonderful Overstuffed Set In Tapestry or Velour With Reversible Cushions There's a lonir Mory back of how we came to get these wonderful baraains. There's no room to tell it all here all we can say Is it's almost a rhanre la lifr-ilme for you to ftrt honest, absolutely dependable quality at the lowest prices ever! Come in and see them tomorrow. Davenport, arm chair and rocker, upholstered all over, backs included: Fprtng construction throughout! S8 DOWN AMD MONTHLY Quickly and Easily Pays for THIS BEAUTIFUL SUITE Don't miss tomorrow s chance to put one in your home! FRENCH STYLE A library table that will add tone to nry room. Oak or mahogany finish $35 i rt CA value. August . $1 9iVV SI DOW HERE'S A DANDY Just on nf a lot of special rtfnse bargains fpaturl for the last August rlavs. 3- AA1 burner size with good 2Z4 fill oven, special ssw fl IOW Plppl CLEARANCE Of Dinner Sets Not a one In the lot that sold for lees than $15! Just the chance you've wanted for a biir saving on hiKh aual-itv dinncrwiirf. August prices utart at . . l I)OW. i'r a nil? $9.50 EXTRA! These Sanitary Sliding Couches Makes you Fit up and take notice, doesn't it? Standard makes. remember, comfortable as a full or sinfile nze hed. At poltiely the lonent price we've beard of!. . SI DOWN if an fx i uu $12.50 A SELLERS Kitchen Cabinet Comparison will show you how much mere help you get from & hellers than f$Vjm any other cab inet, tiee tne 15 famous fea tures here tomorrow. I'rie'S start at $39.50 1 DOWN i .IE Here You Are! A Cosy Library Outfit Tomorrow for The special Aujrust price tells its own story of good dollars saved! Note the splendid construction of the taWe, arm chair and rocker; fumed oak finish with fine leather-substitute upholstered seats and backs. ft DOW MONDAY! CAST IRON SKILLET Good slue. A strong, handy utensil you'll find use for every day. Reg ular il.OO value, tomorrow only 69c lio Mall or Phone Order. Filled. ffjlj Jjlj jUHfesjg nt mini n l ii in iniiimiLi Mil mn mi imiaiirinnw. ivtr'mrta Ma AUGUST SPECIAL! 3-Room Outfit Pretty furnishings for dining room, bed room and kitchen, all for $25 Down $Q ft. 50 $15 Monthly Sei for This Handsome . Massive Bedroom What we've done to this price is plenty! We want to see, how well pleased you Are when yoti examine the beauty of the bed, dresser, dressing: table with s movable mirrors and big roomy chiffonier; finished In rich tond oak. In the August Sale only, remember, for S1C9! $10 DOWX 6 Sample Dining Sets To Be Oosed Out Tomorrow $200 to $250 values. A clean sweep of the sort the Household Is famous for! Beautiful 4-plece suites in mahograny, walnut and oak; choice of popular i.eriod designs. A grand bargain clearance for the last of the Sale at just $149! $t0 DOWX $149 HE HOUSEHOLD 900-908 PENN AVE. SET Pittsburgh and Jerome Tone of Niagara Falls were ushers. The out of town guests were Jlr. and Mrs. S. A. Hosmer of Bergen, N. Y., parents of the groom; Mrs. B. H. Terwilllger and Miss Katharine Tone Terwilliger of Ellenvllle, N. Y.i Mrs. Arthur G. Clement and Miss Edith Clement of Albany, N. Y ;' ?r. ano Mrs. P. J. Tone and Franchot Tone of Iviagara Falls; Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hadly and James Torrence Hadly of Philadelphia; "Mr. and Mrs, William Andrew Held of Brooklyn, Miss Virginia fpafford of Bergen, Mrs. K. H. De Wolf and Miss Katharine De Wolf. of Bristol, Jlr. and Mrs. W. I. McClay of Tulsa, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Terry of Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Hosmer will be at home In Cambridge after Oct. 1. Knterfnined nt Cmnp. The Echo Sewing circle entertained the Star Hardanger club ani friends Tuesday at Hulton. There were 36 present. The guests were: Mrs. S. Hasklns, Mrs. Orr, president; Miss Ijorena Orr, Mrs. Skhill, Mrs. Cor-bott, Mrs. Stitsel, Mrs. Merrick, Mrs. Cassldy, Miss E. Dowden, Miss J. Finnle, Miss V. Pennycook, Miss V. Livingston, Mrs. B. Buchanan, Mrs. E. Bierwirth, Mrs. M. Dowden, Mrs. M. Fabricus, Mrs. M. Henderson, Mr L.' Livingston, Mrs. M. Pennycook. Mrs. M. Hiefer, Mrs. S. Robinson, Mri E. Sloan, Mrs. S. Shaw. Wedding Bell.. The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Thoman Parsons, daughter of John H. Thomas and George Madison Ham-beau, son of Mrs. Ada Rambeau of Atlantia City, N. J., was solemnized Tuesday evening, Aug. 15, at 8 o'clock at the parsonage of the Oakland Presbyterian church, Rev. George Lang Glnnt officiating. Mrs. Catherine Thomas Jones was her sister's matron o-f honor and Andrew Engleheart acted as Mr. Rambeau'a best man. After an extended trip through tho east, Mr. and Mrs. Rambeau will make their home with the bride's father, John Thomas of Beech-view ave., Oakland. Mrs. Richard L. Hollahan of Qrand- her sister, Kathryn DeLellla Walsh to Vincent Viscontl, which took place Monday, Aug. 14, in New York oity, After a tour through Canada they will be at home after Sept. 25, In Kew Gardens, Long Island, N. Y. Wednesday evening, Aug. 10, at 7:4j o'clock In the parsonage of the Methodist Episcopal church. Brush-ton, the marriage of Miss Eluie B. Mc-Kee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McKee, Kelly st Homewood, and Paul D. . Tharp of FrankstoWn ave., was solemnized. Rev. Dwight I. Myers officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Tharp left for an eastern trip over the mountains. After Sept. 1.1 they will be at home In 010 Frankstown ave., Homewood. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Ida P. Kimball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kimball of 201 Coltart ave., Oakland, and Joseph Nathans of this city. The marriage took place in Philadelphia, Aug. 3. Mrs. Josephine Hoffman of Latrobe ter, Julia Anna, to George Theodore Greco of Tarentum, which took plac6 Tuesday morning at the Holy Family church, Latrobe, Ta. The bride was a former member of the Brookllne school for the deaf while the groom is a graduate of thrt Western Pennsylvania School for tho Deaf, class of 1919. After an eastern trip, tho couple will make their homo in Parnassus, Pa. Tne wedding oi miss tura ,t; Pchaffer and Sidney .Tryman V -place Aug. 1- at 4 o'clock at the ht J of Rev. Theodore Smalley. After ti ceremony, a wedding supper served at the home of tha groo iil sister, Mrs. 0. E. Walker, covers J ing laid for 1. The bri'l won white canton crepe dress with wl satin hat and carried a bouquet, white roses. , Ballyannas, Mrs. Kaminiskl, Miss M. view plan announces the marriage ot announces the marriage of her daugh Stop Hosiery Troubles! . Buy "Runnerless" Hosiery! At the Right Place, at the Right Price I'liro Thi oitfl Silk Hosiery (all sizes and colors) I .OS Silk-Faced Hosiery (ail sizes and color) 1.00 & l.l.V Mercerized Lisle Hosiery (all sizes and colors) "."id Cotton Hosiery (all sizes nnd colors) -lid4 Also u t'oipiilile I.ln of Knitted and Him Vndrrtttiir, .Mlilrllr, Viilona, riiiliiiiiitie .rnifnl. SHU (.loves In till sl.i's and colors. OIKN AM. HAY S.ITl KI.Y C. C. M orb .Company MISS KTT.V C. 31-35-Rrt Methodist Hld. ALFOKIt, Mgr. 521 PEXX AVKM'K

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