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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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THJBJ COTJTtrfflR, !, PA', FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1930. Title Trust Company Employes errDii Byron Porter With Dinner Byron Porter, CIM of oldest and beat known residents, was tomlored another delightful eurprlae loet night when tho empdoyoa of tho Titlo Tru-st Com- ptuay of Wefeterii PeanayJ \iaaila Iwnor- d tolm \vlth a llm»«r paBty at hla home in South Pl'tUrtnirg atpecrt, tlio oceastan being tho olghby-seveaith. an- niversury of h^Is birth. Mr. Porter Is one of tho oldiist employes of tho baak tn point oi eervice. The aounhiersai y panty was a/nranged by Miss Florence Ankony atwl was perfect In all its 4ip.potntm-ents. A do- llclonely jxrepwod dtnn.«r was served at 6:15 o'clock. A color scheme ot pink was charmingly carried out. Th© oetmtor of tho 'table was orcma.mon.ted with a beautiful butterfly Ixiskat, fironi -Hie gruosr's drew ooloretl butiterflys aa pink tapers In crystal va.ri- favors. Tall holdore, ar- at eithM- end of the -table, and H largo an-d atttractivo btrfhday cake baked by Miss Mln-erva Keffer rend embellishod with pink candles, lent further beauty to tlve general decorative. During the (»venii*gr Mtea Evelyn Wldmer In bolmlf of the follow em- ployes of Mr. Porter, presented h-hn with a largo touqu«t of American Beauty rosej and Scotch Followlii/g th'j dinner tho ot the evening 'vas given over tc cur(!a and music. Mr. Porter entenUilned witli violin Boloctionfi, with Dimwm aa the accompwnlst, also coantrlbat-ed a piano solo. Guests, at tJw dinner party were: L. Ruth, preMilerut ot the bank, A. D. Soiesou, Dunn, Mlaa Elizabeth An-kony, Mls Pearl Baker, M1as Mary Brre'tt, Mtea Anne Fornwalt, Mtsa MBJry Brudontu Mlas Evelyn "Widmeir, M'isa Marlon Pieldson, Mka Angela I. C. E. SOCIETY IT ILL HOLD EFFICIENCY CONTEST The Intermediate Christian Kn- deavor Society of the First Methodist Protestant Church mot last night In the church £oi Its January business and social meeting, fames Shaw, the president, was assisted by tha vice- president, Billy Shav, In conducting tho business session. All ot the ofll- cora and superintendents gave well written reports. The lookout committee reported that tho president h vd sent cards to tho sick and absent members of the society during the C hrlstiras seasion. Tho prayer meeting fionimitteo reported that new topics had, been secured for tho yea.r and leaders made out for several months. Plane for the efflc! noy contest were discussed. The mam bars, who aro the most efficient will be rewarded for services at the clore of tho contest. Peggy Veruon giv« an account, ·which was interest ng to all of the Intermediates, of annual mid-year banquet and executive meeting o£ the Fayette County Christian. Endeavor Union, to be held January 1(5 In tho First Methodlal Protestant Church of Uniontown. Thomas Deueen 1« tha dolegate from tl- Intermediates. Other rn'ombora aro nlauning to attend. Following a shoi t business bessloii the members adjoin nod to the dluiug- rooni of the chur h where rofrcsh- menta were served by Bill Low oily n, Thomas Ieueen, Uogor McCormick and Leslie DunstoM. At the regular so slon of the society on Sunday night t h j clliciency contest Will begin w i t h } aul Cochran and Wayne Stillwagon as leaders The topic is "Why Pra; for Others " The contest will continue for a quarter. CHURCH WO UK MICIKTY KEY. »K. GKAHAJI SPEAKS AT MISSIONARY The iTOmaa's Hom-e Mlssloiitniry Society fC the First Meithodlat Kplac'Opnl CJuwuh. jiiiC't yisferila.y anornhiK ml 1Q:;W O'clock with tv goo4 atbeml'rtine, Mrs. J. 8. De.tivil?r let! tbe fl-evoWoiwiH. Mrs. 'A, B Kurte rns In hn.rgn of the regular nKx, v l1ng ( ilurtag -yvlil-olj, rmtittoa woro dratiSac'tMStl.' ftaddes AW Socte'by ,Wi«t nl 1;1B o'clock -with Mrs, L. S. Mlctow/ctl, in-eBldeint, to charge. T'h« Mra. H. f. Tonm-kina, was attending a coin'm'Ittea meeting awl unable to preside. There was a very good futfcenci- unoe. Atr*. Mldiae! ·conel'tict.ecl iho tle- votrtonals. HBY. Dr. D, H. Qmhaim, ·pastor, gave ia .talk. Plans wore matte Cor 'the Kiwonia CIIK! Rotary dinner* i'n Febimaijj', the -(Mfioi^entt classes to have change. A vary aubs tant»lial , chock ·was voitkl to Qio buildtog £und. The EVjVelgn Missionary Society ns- at 3:lifi o'-olo-ok. Owing to tho of Mi*», W. S. BfthMvtia, Mrs. Lystagw ihaxl clvarg-o of this -. Devotional s were followed' by Tuwvk, O. C. Harmon, William Duncan, I LECTS OFFICEBS WlHJiim P. M.-Nnlty, Charles F. Don-! The regular meeting of the Church nelly, Stanle Crowe, Uichard i)e~ Work Society 'of the Trinity Reformed Angelis and Vlphow-e Basilone, em- Church was held 1 let night in to homo pfoyes of ihe bank, and Mfe'i Minerva of Mra. C. A. Purbvugh in Porter ave- Koffw and Miss Arum Woods, who nue. The attwidince was unusually were guests. large. The tocieiy had a very good On Wednesday evening members of * year, $100 being t u r n e d over to the the ofllce force and tho department church fund. Ofilcers for the year «uperlnte-iMtor ts of the Christian. Biblo 1930 woro elected as follows: Presl- ficuoal gaUvftx-cl at the home of Mr ' i ou t, Mre. Chart's Fair; viec-pr«;i- Port(r to ec ngraitulate Mm. They, anti Mra Ko ,8 M! ii w ; secretary, treasurer, Mites i look alons a Wrthday cako on which M r g _ Olu , tlw a«o of Mr. Porter was Indicated by candles, Misa Daiue Trump baited the suss PHOI:I;K PUXX HOSTESS ; Lpuisu Painter. Tho member« v e-ro given a delightful surprise when It was announced that Thursday w e the twenty-eighth wedding annlven- try Of Mre. William AT OUTLOOK CLUB LUNCME07T j Wagner, a metnbr. In honor of the A delightful social event of Thurs,- (occasion Mrs. Pu-batiRh baked a large day afternoon was the annual New-j-birthday cake ai .1 had Mre. Wagner Year 1 o'clock luncheon o£ the Out-'j'cut and serve it Bev. C. George look Club at which Miss Phoebe D u n n ' Shupe, the churc i pantor, gave a talk wae hoe tees at her home In South ; o n the year'e woi k and also called tho Prospect street. Covera wore laid for j attention of the womon to tho Week fourteen. All members but one were! of Pwiyer nest week. Mlsu Joroen present. Gucstt; were M!«s Harriot | Purbaugh, daug) tor of tho lioate^g, Dunn, Misb Eleanor Clark and Mi(,6 ' altio contributed a piano number. One Harriet Cla/k, honorary membere, J now member wa, received. A dainty A delicious turkey ltnner was lunch wan serve fiorved. The- center of the table was or)iunented with a mound of fruit, flanked by tall rod tapers in crystal Lottlo Bradley Clas-t. Tho Lottie A. Bradley Class of the holders. Tie placo cards were In tho' Evangelical Church met laet evening form of re! candles and were exceptionally attiflctlvo. Following the llnner a white ele- Florence Walker tho home of in South Arch i treot. After there was a social mooting, with phant exchange provided interesting j lunch. Sixteen members were in at- eutertalninofit. Mra. LOOIML Scheiick j tendance, also one gueet, Mrs. Wilbur t;avo a lino description of her visit to Weet Point, N. Y., where she opent the Christmas holidays as tho guest of her eon, Harry, a cadet at the United Statos Military Academy. She was among the guests at the Christ- Thrasher of KVw York, who la visiting her father, Samuel Beoghley of South Contiellsvllle. Tho meotlnR will be at tho home of Mrs. Eugene Shupe in Pltteburg sts oet tho first Thursday of February. That meeting will bo in mas rallltaiy ball. Mrs. Schenck woe the form of a valentine party. accompanied to West Point by her son, Robert, ^ucselng conteste were alfio enjoyed. Miss Bar.ih Allon -will entertain the club Monday afternoon, January 13, at her home in. West Green street. F. H. CLTJB MEETS WITH MISS SABA BAY Mi»s Sa~a ilay waa hostoas at an enjoyable meeting of the F. II. Club lutft nlgliit ait (her home In Snyder st.reet. Two tables were .eailUid toto play for live hundred. Miss Pearle ItoMnfion won high prize, Mrs, IT. D. Min«rcl, socou'd and Mirs. Oromwell Culver, tto coufc-oUuHon pd*e. The hostess ftorM^d dainty retTeshimc-mte. The next mot-ting will bs hold Thursday night, January 1G, In the homo of Miss I'ejulo Robinson In tlie Wesley apartment£, Wost Applo street. LaV£KM3 WJLDS WLLLA1U B.ROOKS Mite Ruth LaVerno Weimer, daughter of Mr and Mrs. A. W. We'mor of Pitteburg and Wine streets, South Colonial Club Meets. The Colonial Club waa entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. .fames Shaffer «t her home on tho Connolle- ville-Vandorbilt road. AH members but oue were present. A program of social work and a reading course were outlined for the coming year. After the meeting mcinbore exchanged gifts. L/unch was eorved. Mrs. Ruth Weaver wne elected secretary. At a previous meeting Mre. Kotuild Earle was elected president rn-d Miss Minnie Moreland, treasurer Mrs. F. R. Colline will entertain the Club Wednesday afternoon, January 15, at her honio, Breeze wood farm. Junior missionary Society. Tho Junior Missionary Society of the First United Presbyterian Church will meet Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the church. Engagement Announced, Announcnmi nt is m a d e of the engagement of Miss Mary Maiinelll, OoiiJiollfiville and Willard W. Brooke, daughter of ?lr. and Mrs. Nick Marl- son of Mr. and Mi«. Arch Brooks of ne n| O f t ),e M Clollandtown road, and SnydorUVvn, woro married Tuesday William Dora of Searight. night In I'nlontown. The wedding- -wan very qui^L Both Mr. and Mrs.! K. 31. S. Class. Brooks h i v e a wido circle of friende. I The E M. d. Class of tho First For the i resent the couple will reside Methodtet Proteetant Church will w.ith tho b t k i e ' a par.'iitt,. I meet tonight in tho church. Acknowledged as a protection against Skin Troubles CLEANS iw*» SOOTHING ANTISEPTIC *rk«:w. l'ro(.*«»'.,,i l'i,ltcr Drag * Ch .orporulicm, *TO\ii_-j, Ifaia. At n«on lunch WHS served 1 In the room oC ith-o clwrch. acres BESS ALBRIGHT HOSTESS TO BJIIIWE n/rm Miss Bess Albright owtoptnlnod tho TjOTiclon Bricfee Ohio last nfght at Iw homo in Vino street, two tablofr of players p«-rfci(ji-paitiTig In th« gjunes. High prljfo TV-OB awarded- to Miss Mary Ixniteo Opjvornmn and eocorwl, to MMss aoi'tmcVe tra-wn. Tho Bwst prize was glrven. 'to Miss Mary Kl (Kibe-th, Clark. Dainty TOfreshiwjfats supple- nwrotod the ffam-es. Tho next nveotlnig will be* hold In tho home or IVlifta Prances Martin, Trad«r avenue. GHEENWOO I) YAXCYWOK 1C t'LTJH WILL 31EKT JAN. 8 Mrs. W. A. Bishop will oivtertalii the OwMMivood PancywoTk Club WodneR- day afternoon January 8, nl lie-r homo In Kfi 1 t Green street. MfnVbers arc asked k w/te (ho ^luwiigo In dale. trisMonary Circle Missionary fircle No. 1 of (lie First Me tho list Protestant Chrurh mot laet night with Mrs. I). W. Snyder of IVi»t l-Niyetio btr^-eet. Tiwre was ;i jyood «t- teii'danico. .Mrs. J. E. Bai»py liaa ctwingo o£ tho c'^jvotJoiwii.s, hor Uiplc being, "Sav^d 1 to Sor\e." MM. William 1/ewellyu Tea4 an lutei'Mrtlng 'paper on "Tho Crlory of Sacrificial Irfv-Jng." Miss lUwi "if Oder, n gixv-t of tho 'lrclo gavo a reading, "Tho Thankofterliu; Oltti" and loiul a 1-ettor froui l\l'ls» Graro Miffcimon, a missionary in India. The Pino Ridge UootN 1 , was r-e-ad by Mrs, Daisy KblMTt. tra. nyri«r coiwlnctotl tho qiicftlon lxx. Bu !iiijefi» of a. ToutiiH natvne wan iran^act^d. Plans w^re completed for t))O *tnitortalnjnent oJt ho auxiliary Jawii u-y M, at which Ihno drrla No 1 v.dll bo t!io hostw! Ono mow n!omlxr, Mies HaitH-e Kt-mp, was r«ce!\ed- Tlio tneeting adjotirnod to jn«;t T r ?bri;in r 6 in W o homo of AT'rs. Frank Dofd of KtiHt Appfo street, Jolnison-Sntltlu Mra. Dean D. Johnson and* W. HmSth o£ Wet Musontowu man ted Thursday in th homo o! tho bride's daughter, Misa Ethel D. Johnson of Uiiiontown. Rov. Frank Hoi- liusl ead officiated Tho couplo "Will at West Masonto\\u. i. 0. H. AUXrLLtRT OF DUKBAJl ELECTS OFPIf ER8 Division 5 of the Ladles' Auxl lary to tho A. O. M. of Duubur, met laet night in St. AloyBiuB Hall at Pi ahar and Elected the following offl -ere: j'reeldnt, Mrfl. Mary Carney; vlco- prealdent, Mra. Mary McQivern; recording: aecre'tary, Mrs. Eloanoi- Vlox- auder; ftnanclal «ewotar.v, Alra. /'eie- lio. MoQaiTity; fraiieurer, 'Mre. Ella McQavrity; mistress at arme, Mrs. Bartha Miller; sentinel, Mre, Mar ja!ret McCusker; chairman 6f the eta idlng committee, Mrs. Mary Reilly; .hair- lady of Irish history, Mre. Mai garet Doyle. Several new, members woro received. Mrs. Margaret Mull n of this city, county preaident, w is a guest. MI18. MATILDA KCL'LKS H O N O B K J ) V I T H DI fNKJl A well appointed dinner was ervctl Sunday In tho home of MTB. 10. L.. Porter pt Yoimgwood, forme) ly ot Cotinellsville, In honor of the J ine-ty- flrBt anniversary of the birth ! her sister, Mrs. Mafllda liccleB oi' Crawford avenue, Wesi Side, (fueat wero Mra. Martha Witman, a slater f Mrs. Kccles, and Misa Do-lla Giles, 1 oth of this city; Misa Dnlsy Barnli rt of PUtsburg and Mr. and Mrs O, W. Barnhart and Mv. and Mrs J. B. Butcher, all of Youngwood. QUABTERLT BOATM) MERT1 ft OK A. 0. H. AUXI i.IAIlY The aimrterly nioolliii; of th' county board of tho I d i d l e f ' Auxll ai'y to the Anulnnt Order of Hibeniio is will be held Sunday afternoon, Jen. ;ary 5, at 3 o'clock In (ho Btandart Club rooms, U n l o n l o w n . The- dlvls in officers ot tho vm'ious (!i\"ijlons In the county will bt installec! at th s time. Christian .HJsKonary .Uecl ng. The Woman's Mleelonary S ciety of th(^ ChrlBbian Church met 'I mrwlay afiornoon In tho social room v- ith Mrs. {·"·C'l-or H. Welmc"/, iD'esW^n't, u c-hlrtlng. Prayr-r led by M.PM, J. I/. KurU wtus fol- lo%v«l by the secj-ete-y'a re] ort by Mm. Martha Charles wort' . MTS. Ch-oiiter Ktnntird p-ave Uic ir asurt-r's report. Mrs. W. II. S'l owmati Wf)M t!w lea-d-er -of the nve*tng. A ver ! appi'o^ prltvte missionary reading w is given by Mrs. Showm MI . It \vite fol owed by -a duet, "Ixwe Lifted Me," ')' Mrs. Ivela,n4 Whiskey Hrwl MTW. Peter R. Wulmcr, Referi^shmoii'tji \V(*PO er\e^l by the fdUowliiig cornmittw M« Charles n. Tkiiley, M'rw. A. 1). ito^shou uvd Mra. Rolert Norrif,.' Mrd. C. W Stafford will )e the leader o 1 ' the ^euruao-y mooting, MTJ J-f. V3. iViaeon w U la the hoetes'e. The sld^e w i l l ha ^ rs. C. K. Culwr, Mrfi. V/elmer and W r a . K. L. McCiay-McClaln. M 1 *. and Mrs. A. J. MeClay of Uniontown announce the marriage dC thoir dftiifthtcr, Miss I/etitla V. McClny, to Donald K. McClain, hon of Mr. and Mrs II. II. McClain of whi'.-h took placo January 2, Ja E l)urj{. Hey. Daimigartol, pastor of the First Presbyteilan Church of Union- low o officiated. Mr. and Mrs. JVIu'Clnin will reside at 13 Lawn avouue, Union tovsn. f'tirrio Keitj'On An\I]!ary. Iho Carrie Kenyon Auxiliary to the Woman'rt Foreign Missionary Society of the First Methodic t Episcopal Church met last night in tho church parlor, The meeting opened with a hymn, "We Shall See the King Some D«y," Prayor was offered by Mtes Elizabeth '"Williams. Mis. Charles Storey read the /secretary's report, Misa EliKabOth Williams nub- tho troaaurer'« report. Arraugmcnte wore made for a pork chop supper the kittor part on January. The devotional meeting waa in charge of Mrs. 1). H. Urnham. The subject was "A Galaxy of Stars," which waa description of missionary efiorta from the Thirteenth Century to the ipresnit time. Papor« reaxl weiro: "Itaymonrt Lull," Mre. S. B. Ifrmry; "Saint Francis," Mre. Charles Storey; "Habatl Aibdallali," Mns. 13. S. S-vvartz w ekl«ir ; " H mr y M arty n , " Mrs J. C. Iloury; "Samuel Crowther," Miss Martha Mitchell; "King Cama," Mlfie Mary Mtirrle; "Dr. Eleanor Clieetnut," Mrs, Julia Coasol; "Ulmr- lotta Tucker," Mteo Lou Anna Ifi'azoo; '·Dr. Swano," Mrs. J^eau-a Potors. Mr«. Jjilmw Knyd-C'r real a loLtor fioni Miss Carrie Kenyon, %vho is a nii«jkmary in Ponang, Malysia, and £ir whom tho auxiliary was named, After reading tlio mi«flSonary covenant and fcinging a vcr«B "O I.ove That "Win Not Ijet Me Go," the mooting closed with a social hour and refrcbh- menta. Mozart Meeting Postponed. On account oC tho'Woek of Prayer (ho mooting oi the Moaart Club echel- nlocl lor next week has been post- jioiwxi until Thurbday, January 1G, it, M'as announced today. IVlth Mrs. Ueni'ont. Mrs S. T. Bon Cord entertained Mis- ;lou Circle No. 3 of the First Methodist Protestant Church last night at Ucr home in Lincoln avenue. Ten members were present. Plans were made for a thank offering; service iome time in February. One. new member was lecelved. AnouncoiiKMit hns TVPU ms c!o oC Ihf inarrlaw ot MK-; MirpaTet («rlrnd' v Minewl, dEni-trh'^r of \Valfcor t!liH*rd ot Ohio, foi-nierly ot f nnollH' Ilk 1 , fm! Iloificmiin of Pittb.1 irs. Tho w n s pofl'fonmod Tuesday ·ovonlm;, IVco nlxir M, 1129 in IHtts- Tho MUicrdt! r'^itlt 1 in O'on- iiivtlL two vesira a o. A nv which fillov?oil thu niavrtage THlod by Mn.. John \V. llougli of Sny-d-e'i'town, a ei^or oC tiro brkks Mrs. J. Ij Houfih ot Stiydor trveet and Mn's Ilu-th JS'O'rriH of l^lbtsbu K also at- tciided tho re 1 eptfoa «ut thu '^-ousenian home in Owrbroolt whwo ho n-owly- wodfl will make ihn'ir 'homo L... V. of ]·'. \T. (ty'd Pa -tj. Eight tablet) oC livo hundi 21 wero In play at a beuoflt caid p a i t j given ]it nlglit by* W,liter 13. Bn wn l'o«t, Veterans of foreign Waie. The affair was tho eeventh o! e «eri B plannel by tho post and w^s hckl u the club rooms. High prixat were iwarted to Mw. Drugoo a ltd Homer t oughe-nour and second to'Mrs. Cuther 10 H-0-i'maii and Hoy B r o w n , llomor ·'ouglienottr won tho door prize. Lunch woe served by the LadioH 1 Auxiliary. , ook plnco S3 Philip at Moyerb- don, ! that place, tn.ri-ot't of trido's pas, performed followed by ceremony a vod at liome r which tho urvS Savage, JL MOTHEJE^S TAKE COD^ LIVER OIL. The PLEASANT WAY ETAXGELICAL SOCIETY ELECTS TJKAK'S OFPICERS Mrs. Jeiiuie Swartz entertained oleven membera and one guest at her home In Kost Gibson avenuo last night at a moling of the Woman's Missionary Society oE the Evangolical Church of South Connelleville . Officers were elected aa follows: President, Mra, L,. B. Sanner; vice-praBl- dent, MM. Grant Shoemaker; treasurer, Mrs. IluWft McCormlck; eecre- tary, Mlsfl Mario IJnnnor; reporter, Mi*. R. II, Pattervson; pianist, Mre. M. R. Tyson; lender of the miesoin band, Mrs. M. n. Tyson; leader o£ the E. I/. C. 13, Iwre. L. S Sanner. The preeld-ent had charge of tho devotional sorvlce, Lunch waa served by tha hofltess. , Fffill A N D (\\XVi AUXILIAHY OIVKS SALMAGUNDI PAIITT T'ho Ixidlej.' Auxiliary to Iho Vay-abto CotrrHy l^lsh apd Oanw Protective AH- flO«iBitio7i ]M1! » progresUve eal- iniafittndl party hi.vf ni«:ht at tholiomo o£ Mrs. II T. SuMlwui, I5a«t Francia avenue. Nhio -tablos, at Which different ganws w-oro pUtyod at muili, were called Into -play. High pi-tees were \win by JPYan-k Balsley of Uiitoqibowji and Mirs. A'da Whlpltey of this plncp and low, by .Tohn Bowman and Mrs. Goorge Boatty, the laet named oC Van'de-rW li. Delicious ·\VHsro -sCTvert. Twenly-friBht ivn,d friends woro prawnt and all h*d a general goxl time. Dlnnor for Jiew Officers. Tho sxxritlnr 7neeling ot iveft ffittia 'Lotlgtv, No. 5]S, Ijniliow' Auxiliary tx the H. of R. T. wa« held Thiureday Hft/ennoon In Odd I'liow8 hall. Th^re a good ·atUwlwwe. Plarts wore for ill* old offlcors to Bcrvo a 0 o'clock illniior to tho now olllcfrr« Tues-day opening, Janiuaiy 21, i.n Odd, Kellows Hall, aMor which tlie regular F'fH«iou o-E tli" lodge will he held. Mi. Mma Lowery vvafi roporte*! ou the sick Hat, Kmnnnn Clud Meets, The 1'Jiiianon Cluh incl last evening al thu homo of Mrs,. Hugh StHUvugon of North Sixth street. There ware ten mombc-rs laaitlendanc'j Th«atteiidan:-o prize, donated by Mrs. Lloyd Johnson oC M o u n t i'leaj-aut, wjh awarded to Mrs. .lamca Co-vglll. The eveuiui; was spout In music and r'ards. The host- osri sfrved refreshments. Tho · next meiMiiiK will ho held on January 1S5 at tho home ot Mrs. Husscll Vaughn of South 1-Mtlsburg hlreet. A very pretty -wedding Tuesday, December "l I; and .Tamea Catholic Churcl dalr, when MIFH Agne.s IJIK tor oE M:;i. Kat't lAidd«n o was marrl-od to Jainves Mxmnt Savage, M'd. Tho tor, Very Itov, ,T. J. Brad tho ceremony which was nupttial '\iji-5a AftC'i- tho wadding breakfast was s-o-i of tho bride's raofhcr, aft happy «uple )/ft for Mi th«*y win rs!do. DEPEND OH ZEMO TO STOP ITCHING Use nooIMn;', healing:, t for the t o r t u r o af Itctjlni clean, reliable f a m i l y an being relief tn UHjuiany slops HohliiR- and flraWB t l n u out of tho s k i n . '/,· used for t w e n t y years w i t Huccens for a I) Corm» ItcliliiM n k l a I r r t l a t l o n a f i r s t application," t h o u s n OOc a n d ?J 00. Ail inont. visible Zemo Skin This laoptlo liolpa . ill homes, ·ho hpat ami mo ban b n o n i rcinarkablu f a n n o y l n K , "Jlnlioi: w i t h 1« say. Sue, · --Advez Use- Alice Joso, daughtor of Mr and Mrs. Jacob Joso of West National Pikf, and Harry L. MUliroii, aoa o( Mrs. Margaret MtHlron ot Urownsvllh; were married Tuesday morning, December 31. Tho bride- la a teacher In the Redstone* township schools. Tho coupls will reside In South Brownsville. Bttfncr-Hurron. Miss Mabe-1 Blttuor, daughler o£ Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 'Bitlner of Meyorsdale, and 'Hiram Darron of Somorsct woro married Tuesday evening i in tho ' Methodist Episcopal Church at Meyersdale by tho bride's pastor, Ilev. Charloa Pallcm. Only the Inimedlalo mombera of tho families were present. Th© brido for some tima served as bookkeeper at the Swank Hardware store at Moyers- dale. They will reside in Somerset. SEVERE COUGHING SPELLS x QUICKLY ENDED Distressing coughs cannot tire out aud weaken you thie winter if you take Foley's tloncy aud Tar Compound. Each doo carries the curative balsamic virtues of pure pine tar, fiesh demulcent lioney, with other valuable cough healing ingredients, into direct-contact with tho irritated throat surfaces, covering them with a healing, soothing coating, ending tha distressing cough. Its quick medicinal action is not hindered by opiates nor chloroform. Is mildly laxative, quickly effective, dependable tor coughs, tickling throat, hoarseness, croupy aud bronchial coughs, troublesome night coughs. Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar.--Advertisement. PICHESTER S PILLS wLrf?*^ THK IHAJtt«NI JJJtAWD. Kn(lltt«t Anltyotn* Ir«ual«t for . JPlllii i«"*ita5' l Bind ll «i ld raeSmA b**e*i te*lttl Tvtth llluo KHbon» ""* " too othor* ^*HiC ^J - r»iA5I«Ni jinANJ riu.s, iw an ytart knonn M H«t, Bnfbat, AWfcyi R tlltbte SOLO BY DRUGGISTS BERYWMERE Announced. Announcement is made oC tho en- gaKomont ot Mias Helen M. Davis, daughlor of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Davis ot Rocltwoocl, and Uoorga C. Cassctt of Somerset. . Peter Oliver Nicholbon and Mac Kli/abeth O'Brien, both of Uockwood, to wed at Cumberland. Benefit o ' St. Vincent dePaul Church, Frit k Hall, Leisenring, Pa. Beginning and contint ing on the following 6 Mondays Three 2/.00 Ut Id Sliirred Silk Bod Spread Selh Will Bo Given sih yor P, Pri/Oh for 3irldu:, "500" and Bing-o. Door Prize ; Lunch ADMISSION 50c (iam -s Will Begin Promptly af 8:45 Where You Get Quality and Service With Full Weight and Low Prices. sJnshineJflour (Spring Wheat) 24 J /2 pdund sack _...95c Vienna Flour (The Old Reliable) 24 l / 2 pound sack $1.10 Somerset Coumty Buckwheat Flour, 10 pound s.ack .' 47c 'Hogsett's Graham Flour, 5 pound sack 25c Hogsett'fi Fresh Ground Corn Meal, 10 pound !»ack 35c Little Crow Pan Cake Flour, 2 boxes ...23c Gold Medal Honey, 2 jars 19c N. B. C. Soda Crackers, 3 Ib. box 44c Extra Quality Ginger Snaps, 2 pounds 25c Criapo Fig Bars, 2 pounds 25c Connellsville Macaroni, Spaghetti or Noodles, 4 boxes 29c Log Cabin Syrup, large cans 90c Baker's Blue Lube I ('ocoamit, cai\ . . . 15c Newton Cocoa, J II). can _ 17c l^ewfon Itlnrgitmullow, 1 Ib. jar 23c Wesson Oil, Pint can 2J)cj Quart can r5c Van 8 Van Camp's Tomato Sonp, JJ cans iWe Van Camy's Ketehup, lor^c bottle 17c J'omato Paste, 3 can's .'2'"t' Premier Fancy Whole Beets, 2 Ige cans 37c Premier Vacuum Packed Peas (Natural Flavor) 2 cans 37c Premier Fancy Corn, 3 cans 49c Premier Fancy Whole Grain Corn, can 19c Fancy Cut Stringless Green Beans, 2 f cans 25c Royal Scarlat Black Cherries, a can 30c Fancy Yellow Cling Peaches, 2 No. 1 cans 29c Fancy Yellow Cling Peaches, 2 Ige cans 47c Unicorn Pineapple, 2 large cans 49c Premier Fruit Salad, medium, cans 27c Garths Fancy Texas Figs (in syrup) a jar 25c Hershey Chocolate Buds, a pound 37c IColsum Mayo-itiaise, Pint Jar 5i»c Jiolsum Sandulcli Sproail, 8 0 ^ . Jar 20c French Mustard, 2 largo jars 25c Fancy Pimentoeb, 2 cans 25e U'eldemau's Applo Butler, 2 lar^re cans ...-i7c Fancy Blenheim Apricot fi, a pound _..82c Fancy Cleaned Currants 12 OK. )ox ,, 17c Premier llaspberry Preserves, 2 Ib, jar Squees-Ezy Mops (Labor Savors) each 98c Octagon Saap, 5 large cakes ...29c BaBo (Cleans Porcelain) 2 c.7.ns 25c Gold Dust Cleanser, 4 cans 25c Octagon Toilet Soap, 3 cakes 23c Fairy Soap, 5 cakes 21 c Rinso, larjfe box ,,,, 23c At Our Meat Counter Lean Pork Shoulder Roast A Pound 19c Veal Breast, a pound ,-..25c Lean Veal Roast, a pound 32c Veal Chops, a pound 3Sc Fresh Spare Ribs, a pound 20c Fresh Pork Sausage, a pound 30c Black Hawk Bacon, l /z pound package 22c Lean Bacon, 3 pounds or over, a pound 27c Pickled Piigs Feet, a pound 12c Armour'f. Corn Beef, a can 25c Fancy Sauer Kraut, 3 pounds 25c Dressed Chickens Fish and Oysters The S(:ore Tlmt Does Things For You* JSfew Classes Will Begin January 6 in (hi- h( crotftrial and COM Pi ,ffTTC COU USE (32 10 14 Months) Bookkeeping Shorthand c';.Icntating MfidiinuH "i HHincBs ArIfImiflic Rapid i-'alculatlon Touuh Typewrllliiff Business Kngllsh Adding Machines Olllce Practice Lciler WiHiUB Salesmanship Combined Depart monta. HECIUflTAIUAL COUHSE 8 to 10 Months) Bookkeeping Dictaphone .Short, hand (\Ur»lating MachlJiPi Business Arithmetic Rapid Culculutlou Touch Typewriting Buslncfas English Adeline; iS! Offico Practice Letter Writing SaleMiiauahlp Phone UV1. Punctuation P u n c t u a t i o n Pi-nni'iiiBhlp I'onmanahli) Dictation Dictation Spelling Spoiling Phono, or call at the offlcv for information 1A\ ASI NIOHT CLASSES OFFlCi; T H A I N I S K SCHOOL SncuUi Floor, CiUxptis ILdldfng.

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