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January 23, 1930

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PAGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER; CONNELL THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, Miss Rose Agnes McClory Is Bride of Frank L. Corteal, Jr. ®- Tho marriage of Misa Roao Agnes McClory ot l/elimring No. 1 to Frank li. Cortoal, Jr., of this city was sol- emnlsad at 9 o'clock this inpining a t ) St. Rita's) Catholic Church in tho "West Side. Rov. Father Henry DcVlvn, pastor o£ tho church, officiated. Miss f Carmel KulU served as bridesmaid find Carlo Russo was best man. Mrs. Cortcal wore a dress of black Spanish laco with hat to match. Her slippers wero of black satin. The bridesmaid was gosvned in brown chiffon velvet w i t h hat and shoos to match. Uoth can led bouquets o£ pink roso-hurts, AtU"- the ceremony a ·wed- ding hreuktast w a s served at the home of Mr. and Mra. Anthony liulli, brother- in-law and alstor of Mr. Corfeal, In North Si..ih street. About a dozen relatives and fi lends attended. Tho couple, aie well k n o w n in thle city and Dunbor township. Mr. Cor- toal Is a bricklayer, and le a son of Frank L. Cortonl, Sr. Mrs. Corteal is a member of the Board of Education ol Dunbar *own«Mp and is also poat- mlfltrosa at LeH.enring No. 1. PLANS JfEAE COMPLETION I'OR ST. VALENTINE DANCE Preparations for a St. Valentine's dunce to bo held at tho State Armory on tho oiening ot Fobruary 14 aro now In f u l l swing Tho committee' In ohargo of this affair Is assitrod of Us success. Tito inld-wintor hop will bo in keeping with St. Valentine's' Day and the programs will bo heart-shaped und the Armor.- will bo gaily d-ecorat- od with all kinds o£ symbolic phantasies. The side lights of tho Armory will !e shielded by huge varl-colored! hearts and tho orchestra will »f* enclosed in a net of smaller hearts at- t ached to one anothor by reel ribbon. The center pioco will display four largo hearts, tlmiUir to thoso used on tho stile light}, at each ot its tour corn-era'and u lariwl nsortmeut 'of j hearts and olbor appointments of tho holiday will be draped around its four bides, Music will be presented by a prominent orchostr.i of tho Yough region and tho nwmbrs of tho committee are putting forth their best efforts to make this danoo a complete success. SOUTH CONELLSVILLE CARD PARTY JANUARY 81 The -.iocoiid o£ A series of curd parties undoi the auspices of the South Connollsvillo Volunteer) Fire Department ·will be held on Friday ovening, January 31, at the Snyder storeroom .at South ConnellsvOlo. Five hundred will be playad. Luncheon will bo terveU after tho gamee. V. F. W. AUXILIARY TYILL MEET THIS EVENING The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Walter 15. Brown Post, Veterans of Foreign Waie, will hold ite regular meeting this evening at 7:30 o'clock. A good attendance Ifc desired. All those having books on the handmade quilt are requested to t u r n them in at this eee- sion Luncheon ·will be eerved by tho social tommittor.. Mrs. Villa Grievee is chairman of the social body. Aid ftodoty Organized. ConnellsvlUe, Scottdalo, Unlontou n and other members in this vicinilv of tho Women's Aid Society of th Monongaheln Division of th Pennsylvania Kailroad Company met yc-stcfr- diiy at Youngwood to perfect plans for organizing a unit whose members h i p would be drawn entirely from those eligible in tho territory between Gieensburg and UnioutoTvn. Tho so- ricty is an importan feature of. tho social department of the company und a l t h o u g h the new unit will operate ·is a separate organisation, it u i l l nevertheless bo under the jurisdiction of the Monongahelii Division organ- i/.ntion. Mrs. C. J. Poff-enberger, wife of tho superintendent of tho Monon- i;ahola Division, headed the group w h i c h traveled to Young wood. Silver Thimble Club. Tho Silver Thlmbla Club met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mia. IX H. Hortc.n of South Pittburg street Tho hostess eorvod a 1 o'clock luncheon. Seventeen mombeis wero In attendance. The decorations wero carried out in red and white. Ked tulips wero used to center the table. The ttuosslng contest was won by Mre Harry l)ul! find Mrs. II. L Kroppb. F.snvywork \\as a diversion. Mrs. C. l p . Hirst ot ScotWalo and Mr«. Nicholson provided music. Tho next mooting w!U bo hold at the homo of Mrs. K C. Loud ni of Cedar avenuo. Plan Card Parly. C5. I. A. to B. of L. 1C. mot yesterday afternoon .'it Odd Fellows Temple for .he- rcgula · busirtesb session There was a lart.e attendance of rmmbiTH. IHirinp tlio business, period, p l a n s wero made for a . anl p.u t and M i a . W. [, J t i l l n \\,u. luutiod U u t l t m i u i oE t h e c o m m i t t e e t o h a v e ch.tigt. EYtftt -- -EOH^mtTHDAY- I'AHTY Tho monthly business' meeting oi the ICver Loyal Cla:,s ot tho United r.rethren Church was held Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Margaret Ilerwick of Franklin avouue. Sixteen members wero In att ndance. A visitation committee for ciw members was appointed, consisting ot Misses llplen Ruth '.Henry 1 , Jean Ha-wklna, Josephine Wild and Margaret Herwick. Plans wero made for a Valentine party to be held ive'tt month. ACte^ tho business meeting lunch was served by tho hosteejiis ,M(sses 'Elizabeth Gorsuch, Helen 'Ruth. Hen|y and Margaret Ilerwick. Mica JealMifette Duckworth was a finest. F01UIER LOCAL WOMAN ELTJCl'El) TO Or-FlCK Miss Nora Shallenbergor was elected president, and M s. Anna Cunningham, vice-president, of the Brownsville Quota Club at the Regular meeting Monday night. Mi's, Cunningham Is a former resident of Connellavillo. Miss ShallnUerger IB investigator for the Mothers Assistance Board o.£ Pay- etto county' and h.us many trSads hero. 1,500 PERSONS MADE HOMELESS Hy K l I A N C i H A I , J.ui. ..!.- AlasHor l u i M ' | of Shanghai's bncgar colony w e r o " fewopt by tiro today.) Loss o£ life w.ial More than 1,1500 wcji not ostl' lated 5 homelesr 1 Gargling even, onoe can case that soro throat, d tho garglo is ft quarter-glass of water in wfiich you have dissolved two tablets of Bayer Aspirin. It'a what yon gatrglp that couufs. Doctors are always advising thjs sensible and effective treatmertt. They know it is reault-ful. And many women whose Bonaitiva throats once go-vo them much trouble every Winter now find quick relief in garbling Bayer Aspirin. Repeat the treatment for deep-sonted inflammation liko tojisilitiB. "Bayer in the one thing that re-Jeuceu tho jnfeotion. ' You'll find many other uses for this tmiversFil antidote for pain; nothing relieves a headache quicker; or paaiiB from neuralgia, neuritis, lumbago and tha like-. Bayer; fc the genuine. Aspirin 3s tho trado mark of Bayer manufacture of uiono- ftcetieacidestxir of salicylicacid. The Whataoevei Circle ot the King's Daughters 01 the First Presbyterian Chxirch will 3ueet iu th« church parlors on Saturda/ afternoon, Juiu- ary So, at 2:30 o'clock. Kathryn Fnuicls Class. Tlie Kathryn Fra icls Sunday School Class of t"he First Metholist Mpisco-' pal Church will meet tonight iu tho church. Mridg-o Luncheon. Mrs. J. G. Carrull of TJnloiitown entertained at a bridge luncheon Wednesday afternoon at the Uniontown Country Club Twenty-hvo tables were arranged for the gamee. Uut-of- town guests wore from Porryopolla, Masontown and Bi ownsvill«. William L. Dai son and I/niise Metzger, both of ConneHsvitlo, wots lioeneed to wod in Unionlowii. Thiink Offering. Tho Light Brig Mio of Trinity Lutheran Ohurch w i l l hold it 1 } .innual thank offering an I entertainment tonight at 7:45 o'clock at the church. Dames of Malta. Saint Omar Sisierhood, Dames of Malta, will meet Friday night in Odd Follows hall. Mhsiounrj- Society. The regular monthly business and social meeting ot tho Woman's Missionary Society o the First Methodist Protestant Churcn will 'be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the church. Circle No. 1 will be hostess. Pytliinn Sisters. Athena Temple No. SO, Pythian Sifters, met TuerJoy ovealng in tlx Kn.lg-h.ts of Pythias Hall with a good attendance. A letter from Pittsbuig Temple, asking the Sisters to attend the school of im tructfon on Wednesday, January 29, was read. Many are plauning to mal o the trip to Pittsburg fo rthe course. Mrs. Anoa Ferguson, Mrs. A. J. Stoll an-d Mra. Grace Shannon wero iported on the sick list. The lunch committee for Febiu- ary Is composed of Mra. Edith DeBolt, chairman; Mrs. Bessie Davis, Mrs. Hilda Dobrlck and Ms. Emma Irwin. Ednu Rebels nh Lodge Meets. Edna Itebekah Lodge mot last night in Odd Fellows (fall in Crawford avenue. Mrs. Marl/ut Charlosworth gave a very interesting talk on the life of Thomas Wildey, who wab the founder ot the Independent Order of Odd Follows. There \\ ir« about twenty-live present. Final arrangements wero made for a caid party to be held later this month. It will be in Odd Fellows Temple. Helen horns Hostess. The Quoen l.sther Bible Class of the First Christian Church will meet at the home of Mlso Helen Kerns of Newmyor avenue on Friday evening. All membois ar$ requeued ot be present. U n f l j I'rat TVJll atee«. A Bpeciat nesting of tho Unity Fraternity will bo held at 8 o'clock this evening in thi club rooms in West Crawiord a v e n u e Past CMofR AhbucbiUon. The Past CMeEs ABsociatio:i w i l l meet Tuesday evening, January 28, at the home oE Mrs. May Humbou of Bast Washington avenue l.icer sod (o Wed. Rudolpii ./. Olatidor of V a t u l o i h l l t and A n n a Johnum of Monessou toi/K o u t a lluoutte lo wo'l in Uiiioutovi u. Embc.L'rassed By Your Complexion? Is it rough, pimply, course t e x t u r e d or cloudy? Usu Kosino! Soap and Oint- m e n t as directed e v e r y night for out» weak and note the improvement in y o u r skin. Th in tuiopt Reahiol Soap for daily toilet uaa to keep your complexion claar. fresh and lovely. Resinol Ointment ttlao 10 soothLii)/ attd healit g for burns, ctild Horaa, chaf ing, itching rasheu etc. F R E E , ».up!» o* «»sl,, Unlno], O«pt.lil,B4itUm«n Md, Resino] Thunk-OffcrJng A thank offering meeting of Light Brigade of Trinity Lutheran Church will be held this evening at 7:45 o'clock. ,A11 persona taldiur part aro aeked lo report nt 7 o'clock, Parents and friends are invited to at- teuil. IfiHlxonin-ltachwul. Miss VcronicHt Hudwuna of Bridgeport and Joseph. KacHwal oi! Mount Ploassut were married at 8 o'clock "Wednesday morning nt the Visitation, Slavish Church at Mount Pleasant, with Rev, Charles Jando officiating, Miss JSllzaboth Hudzmna was bridesmaid for her sister, and Mr, Rachwal had as his best man bis brother, Charloa. Yoaterdny's newlywods wore attendants on Tuesday, January 1, for Miss Julia Iluclzema, a bister of yesterday's Inido, and Pulil BopoU, nt Vlitlatlon Church. Anrouncement if tnado of the marriage of Miss TOllznboth Hudson, riatipMer of Mrs. Ida Hudson of Klino .streoS, Scottdale, and Urorge B. Harding, son ot Mr. and Mra. W. H Hardlne, West TMttsburg itrcPt, Scottdale, at Oettysbury, on J a n u a r y 13. Tho young couple have returned after hn custom wedding trip. The br'de a sophomore in the Soottdala School. Mr. ITarden it salca manager for tho Bextetf Lumbar Floor fag Company. Parlor Entertainment, Tho J u n l o i Auxiliary ti tho Sutin- day Afternoon Club ot t{anderbilt w i l l hold a parlor entertainment to- nigh! at 8 o'clock in the homo of Mr and Mra. C. C. Collins at Vanderbilt with Misses Grace and JSlhel Mao Collins hostesses, An attractive program ha? be-on arranged for the occasion, Blttner-Gregor. M Ba fhrlfttiim Bittner, daughter of 13rn»st Blttn-er of Uniontown, nnrl Fiaik Gre^or of Jamison, were mai- I'iocl AVodnefctlay in St. John's Cathol1 Church ot Uniontown. R^v. B I 1 Kicnna onit-iatod. Licensed nt ("mnhcrland. Emerson Keasol Luce of Perty- opolla and Nellie Dolorcq Morrow oi Star Junction and Clydo Albert WenU of Stoyestown and Evelyn Emma Koontz of Star Junction weie llceuscd lo 'ved in Cumberland HENRY BARTHflLOMAT 5 FUNERAL SATUE DAY The funeral foi Henry Bartln lomai, Who died yeiitunlay afternoon al li homo following u llngcrlug llneae, will be hold on Saturday n.ornli g. Tho cortege will meet at tho late h ime at 500 Council avenue at S:;iO 'clock. Itoquiom high mass will bo eel' brated .it 9 o'clock at the Immoculal * Conception Ctmrch, ot which ho va« u mombei Hev. Father iloni'y Geibcl, pastor, t s i l l ofllcifl.to. Interme it will be made in new St. Joseph'*? Cemetery. Mr. Bartfiolojna!, who wat 1 -rn on Mtiy 10, 1SS5, thes son t-l tho 1 te Anthony BarUiolomai nnd of Mrs Angelica Licking Bartholomfti, had b -en all- ing for about flvo years. He w is abl-a to Aviilk around until Tuecday. Mr. Bartholoiml te survlvetl by his \ s l f e , hie mother juitl ofx u't ildron: ("ooelid, Dorothy, fiiolynne, John, -ToBcph nnd Robert, all at hom Thero are f o u r atstet-s. Mrs. A n n n I ohland, Mrs Henry Oelger anl Mrs .Vllllnm Ilartz, Connollavlllo, and Mrp Henry RiUenlvorger, Smock. Three 1 rotlters also flurvivo They are' Jc icph of Oornipllsvllle, Gt3orge of Sou h Con- nollsvillo and A n t h o n y of Un - mtown, lie was n. member of tha HoS / Nnmo Society and thx Knighis of St George. The body was removed to tl o W. A. AIcNnnamy fxmeral home to e prepared for buriTl and wa6 tAke i to the late home laat evening. Sunday School Raliy Jackson School House Ijeyton District No. 4 wll! hold a Sunday school rallr at Jacteo i School Houso on the evening of Jati inry 31 at 7'30 o'clock Stai J u n c t ' ^ n ,,Bap- t!«ts will furnish the finding nd Paul Ivucc'e Orrhwitri of Perry Hig i School w i l l provide instrumental self ;tions Rov. N. L Morgarpe? of 1 le Flatwoods Baptist Church will e eak to the young people and Rev. B C. Ijinn ot Star J u n c t i o n Metho-iist Episcopal Church, will epsftk on the "N- w Inter- notional Slaiulaid." Misa Oliabeth ICIcher will re-port on thi Young People'H Confo-ence In Pon loilsvHlo laflt Novc-mlxtr. Uev. Perry f avis will Ifiid the devotional More' ses and epeak on Vacation Diblo .Si- 1 ool. All ofllcors of th« (ilatrif-t aro ecjueatcd to bring good roportn. Site for Jan. 23.- prison farm on, tbo 31. C. F Company land U Mfiunt 13r tho suggestion ot th Frlck to t h tfniontjwn Chambei merce, according to Secreta P. Stherick. A state Ick Coke ttldock is Compan of Comy Walter Childbirth a liappy event WEEK DAY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL AT ADELAIDE, WITH 21 ENROLLED A wolc day school of religion for all children la oondufloel ovory Thursday, niEtar dil»mi8Hil o£ school, at tho Adelaide Mefchodijjt Episcopal Ohurch by Um Ooko Mission, In charge of Mra. BUzaboth Iloron. Tlioro avo 21 boys ' [ways Motl er's Friend Tho Coko Mission haB been conducting this school over elnce tho minee !ia-/o b^eii abaurlonod and tho rogular servJcon fllscontlnnoil at the church building 1 . Tho church b u i l d i n g , in- oldontally, will be nued for tthio ekmontary gr;vdot( at AdeUUdo as the HP tool Mrucluio svtiH destroyed by liro Iu t week. Quarterly Meeting At East End U. B. Church Tonight The first quarterly conference of the Fayotte charge of the United Brethren Church will be held at Bant End C h u r i h this evening, in charge of Dr. W. S Wilson of Vihuson, coii- fiM-onoo MipGiMiitotKlenl. Hi* will luwh nt 7..'HI o'clock. A buslnos^ s Mbioii AS 111 bo hold at tho close ot tl ( Borvtco. Tho clitirgo fa made tip oC Memorial, Mount Ollvd, F n l i v l o w and Kiul chinchos. Itov. H. If. A j n d f U 5 "Mother's Friend relieved me of the ntralti and llie pain that came from the Ktrefching of the st.m a; d tissues," writes a young mother, "I did not suffer as I havo heard oth-r women aay they dlcl. My d o c t o r r e c o r a m e n d r d Mother's Fdcrnd to me. 1 ' Countless thousands of expectant mother* h a / c hud tho same rxpcnenca ·with "Mother's FucncJ." KaturaHy, mothers have recommended it to thi ir daughters. "Mother's Fncnrt" is s ccientiiically-pn-paietlsl in lubricant and pain reliever. It riginated in the prescription ol an eminent obstetrician, and has been in u-,e fo 60 year You owe yourself the comfo t "Mother's Friend" gives. It is 6 ) noothln ; and relaxing! It is used e-cteitiqUy only--gently rubbed Into the skin. Ifrlngi rel ef promptly. Very valuable in keeping the br asH in good condition. Also puti you in fine hapc for th» f preaching onfeal, *· «i £\ "Motlicr*a Friend" on sale at' 3. IS tJ all drj(f storcn. $i. S per bottie. ·r ^ --.1-Tr y n masHaijc wl T it tonlcl't X5OOK. anli notice tho caee and comfort H I{!VCB. /. booltlcf rm "Thlnffa to Know Beforr Baby Comes" v ill be mailed in plain envelope, f r e e , on rsiji. 31. Address BradBeld Regulator Co,, Dipt, 1 , Atlanta, Ga, An 8-Day Sale Starting Tomorrow Lo include new styles cind. patterns in Men's Oxfordis and High Shoes. In two Famous Makes--The Arch Preserver and Nunn Bu ?h Ankle Fashioned Shoes. Tans, Blacks, Kid, Calfskin, Scotch grains. Values? Tremendous! Come Earlv. Hi * * i-^SHWC Or SL Ctll S Ctt ' ' Rife '··"·*·' :·:·:·:·: :«:i !«!'!' .wW m$® ·X"! 1 ! ·'··I**** 1 !*! jjs I5SSSK ·i" 'i 1 * 1 * 1 * 1 *i*i*»*i iJ«X« '!·:! · · · «fi '.'i · KM?"!!!®" , : ?ii: iii A CLEAR COMPLEXION AJbolish Navies M ay Be Bombshell at Parley H u r t d y r h P f t U s -- a p n i k l i n B c y o n - w o m a n can have. l)s F. M, 33d- w u r d a for StO yearn troatod soorea ot w o m e n f o r liver anil b o w e l a l l m e n t H During: these yoara be gave his pn- t l o n t n a o u b d l l t u t o for cnlomo! innde of a (ow ·s\p)l-know}i vOKel«.blo i n g i o - i rtlrnta, n i v m l n i j them l)t n d w n n l s j Ollvo TiibletK Know thorn by t h e i r olive colur. These tablets ftro T Y o n d o r - w o i k o r i oti tho l l v o i anl boivcls, c a u a l n B a normal a r t i o n , c a i i v i n g oft t h e waato unit p o l n « n o u « mattor In OJIO'B syntoin 3£ you h a v o a pale taoo, Hnllow look, dull cyps, p i m p l e s , codtoil t o n g u e , headaches, a J i s U e s H , no-good tecllnK, all o u t of sorts, i n a c t i v e bowels, take o n o of Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets n i g h t l y for a time and n o t e the pleasing- result"! T h o u s a n d s of women and men tako O t . j j d \ s a u l i O l h o T a l j U t s -- n o w a n d Uiuii to keopp lit. loc, 30c- and 00-c.-- Advot Uaernant, Advice to Girls By ANNIE LAURIE Patronlae those who advertlsa ! . li. Mc'KnlffUt t'rociKi'u tft Death. Climlt-ts l l u i u y ( O i u l ) M'Kuli{ht, G'l .i,tr.-i old well k n o w n rosidmU oil \ L b t u b u i ( t and u mitlvo ui' Fa«Un City, who vanUh«d Irotu the home of a b-iti, GharlcH F McKnlglit at Faii- n o u t , W Ya , ixii'ly b i i n d u y niorulnu w a s ituiiid n u / u n t o .UrnUi aUn\« I h t t \ o n m i t f t \ l i e U i R i v t t .il ( i i l l n x W \ ,i i ' V ' f ^ l ' 1 n u l l - i i . t ] Ji i COUCH Should be checked before It 8et» dongeroun. Stop tho mnddeniiiR tickle with Sev- era'o Cough Balsam, a favorite with childien ond arown-upn for 49 yenrs. Pltisant. sr/n. effeor/vo. Your druggist luut it. 3So and SOc, Sigrnor Dlno Grand!, Italy's for" eig-n minister, will pr ipoaa that tha navlug of tho wo Id ba not only limited bul aboli ihed when the London naval eonf renea gets under %vay It m th .ught wftt Fiance will insist on reedom of the ueas wild pro ectton to neutrals, while accoidhg to all In- 1lic U n i t e d Icntps will »n o i \ i \ f ; i ufli-i'i BIG DANCE Musicians' Fifth Animal Mardi Gras Thursday, January 23 At Newly Remodeled GALLATIK G A U D E M S Hours: 8:80 to 1:00 Continuous dancing foaturlng Six Big OrckoBtraa. The Orchestras, Are: ClrorRO Sllvpr's Cluh Kentucky A l Humgixrnor and Ills O i l K i n u l Aclelphicuts Polo's Pentisylvanlan' John Jnri Oftrtift ami Hi 1 * Fivo Pennies, Frank Bower's' Mush 1 Mastrni Snlwuo atut Ills Viclorv Sl\ nnfolll, Htninnicrs and Si x rn^MlltiPh. uflc A.NNIB L/URIE: 1 will b« atxteei next month ana Mother and Father do not alSo-w ms to keep -ompany with boya Whenever I eo out It in lust with my irlrl friend nnd that Isn't very often. There is R. boy four yearn my senior who onya ho IOVPB sne and wantg rne to run away with him and «tt married. I* love him and would Hk'i to try mar- rlnga [f I did, coi Id tfiy mother break up the marriage after I wa married? What wo ild you advise mo to JoT WONDERING ONDEKINa: N ) wonder rout parmnts are oo ttrlct with you. For your own Bake I f not for theirs forget the boy who wants vou to run away and inarr i him If you leave your home, vs hat kind of a home has tho younr man prepnred tor you nnd !s he ibis to support you? J hope If you do marry your mother will hnv« tho marriage annulled. You are um er ixffe antl nhe hafl a light to do so A»'3 so. dear child, after th!o llttlti lecture, let us bo frlenda and let nv hear from you with tha welcomo M*MPS that you havo pxit such frollah thougrhtM ripht out of your mind D EAR ANNIK L VURIB1: About «lpht iionths ago I met a Klfi at a party We were not formally Introduced but mado acquiUntanco in i-ur own way. Wo kepi almost a cady company for four tpontbs n i d tlicn had o quarrel. Hbo IB friendly with :no now. but will not purrnlt rn* to Bee h»r. Bhe IB now goltif vrlth an old friend of mine wbo doesn't rare no much about nor except as i friond. I love the frtrl 'ery roucli and would liko to ha»'» h»r for my own onco more Won't you tell me how to win her lovo u train? Bvprythlnp I hovp trlPd has fal ed. I am a young man nlnetw-n yearn of ajre itnd ntie ia about al* months older than I. PI N I N O A WAT. ININt3 AWAY- I would llk« to "My coughing and sneezing stopped just like THAT" "Going home from a dance in my thin evening drees and slippers, 1 caught u frightful cough. I k new I hud to go to ·work tho next morning and I dreaded a sleepless night. When I got home iny mother gave me gome Smith Broth- ers'Cough Syrup. Iu no time at ail my coughing nnd tny sneeziiiRslloppei]. 1 slept like a log. In the morning I wnl) quite veil enough to go to J D O K U I I I Y . ' SMITH BROTHERS Tripf/e Action C O U C H help you, but f i o m vour den tlon the younff lady uppeam to bn Rdamsn* Vou cm do n o t h i n g bn- yond apoIORlainB U y° u nav9 Inadvertently hurt her or if tho quwrel was cnuae-rt by you K she docs not respond there In 1 ttle you can do You are hut a vounratcr and n-ally nhould not b« t a k l t t R such nn a f f a i r no norlously If you f i n d interest in fha company of 'jororono el»«. It rnlg-Iit riirht mixttnn AR ANN1HJ LAtTROT: I arn fcipscti MI a dtumona «.» l\ jflft »ui3 en»aB«ment ring Would It b* propar to thank hfits for !tT .VONBHmiNQ it in corr»ct to t h u n k the dor or of « Blft. whtit- er«r thw sift Or t IB onetiston And I «m oitr» that »h«n you r»oelv» · u'-h iiU'd ififtji vou will nxprcm vour thank» tn tht '·nnccot m»nnwr, Square Dance JUNIOR HALL VanderJiilf. l'». Saturday, January 25 GOOD MFSi( « Everybody Weh-oim* Patronize Those Who Advartisfi,

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