V V PAGE TWO, THE DAILY COURIER, CONN ELLS VILLE, PA. Prize Winner Mrs. Rose Entertains Fancy work Club at Annual Turkey Dinner outstanding interest ,11'NlOtt CULTURK CLUB GIVKS :Â·Â» ot ' the Greenwood; PKOG1UM OJf TIUWAS A, EMSOJf An evont of among members; of the Greenwood Fancy-work Club was the annual! The- semi-raon-tMy mooting ot the tiirlrey dinner oE the club, at which Junior Culture Clifb, he-M last night Mr*. P. C. RÂ«e was'Kosfes Tuesday.* 11 tho-club rooms u-t the , 'Carnegie. aftcvuxm at 1 o'clock at hor home in **** Wbrary,- was marked by a most North' Plttsburr street -Covers were inteT^tlae prograni which was pre- one ro, guest, Confluonco. the many good things accompanying a Virginia Tulley. Catherine Shorriek of Â§ U8an HickB T -report rf t Tho menu consisted .of T - 6 tnry and treasur.-r was-Tbart ' roal turkey dinner. The appcinlmeirte. suggestive ot Valentine Day, -were lovely In overy detail. The center oÂ£'thj table was ornamented with a mound of beautiful red roees, Jlanked by tall red tapers in sliver holders. Valentino plaoo cards wore ncÂ«l.' The dinnor will bo remembered ua 0110 of the most delicious in the history of the club. Officers were elected as followo: 'President, Mr*. Joseph W. 0ixon; vice- Mr 3. J. W. llaudman; tsec- rctary, Mra. Albert Durle; treasurer, Mre. S. TJ. Miller. The flower committee consists of Mrs. Holland Piersol, Mrs. A. B. StaufiW Â»ud Mre. F. C. Hose. Th-e bnaincsa session waÂ« followed by fencywork. Dinners were sent to three sick mumbers,. Mre. S. L. Miller, Mrs. Matthew Crowley and Mrs. W. A. B ishop. Mre. Rose was assisted by her ulster, Mrs. Sherrick, and daughter, Mrs. Eugena Peteraon. The next meeting ot the club will bo held Tuesday afternoon, March 4, In t'aÂ» home of Mrs. Trump avenue. Mary Brashear, MABY E. DICK CLASS PLAITS FOB BANQUET The monthly meeting of the Mary R Jick Bible Class of- tho First, United Presbyterian Church was held last night at tho home of Mrs. Lottie CHlpiti. ot 3(M South Prospect street. Mrs. Gilpiu and Misses Blanche and Grace Potter were hostesses. Mrs. J. H. Cypher had charge of the dVÂ»tiona3s and airs. Bert Marshall, the program. There was a good attendance. Business) ot a routine nature was transacted. Plans were also dla- cuss^d for H combined banquet of tlw Mary B. Dick Class and the Christian Culture Class. The. date -wilt be decided on Inter. A social hour was held later i:i the evening. Lunch was' served by a committee composed of Mrs. W. D. Long, Mrs. R. K. McCltn- tock., Mrs. J. H. Moore anc| Mrs. George Hall. ,' MISS NEI/LE COLBORN HOSTESS TO BBIDCK OLUÂ» Throe tables were arranged for brldgo at n doiighU'nl meeting of lhÂ« A. K. "W. Chib at which Misa Nolls Colborn vrns hostess last night at hef homo In Poun street. High club prizo was awarded to Mrs. J. Roy Henry, ami tho draw prize, to Mrs. Nelson Harmon. Tho guest prize was received by Miss Sarah Moreland, Tho games were supplemented by a delicious luncheon. Appointments Miss Daisy Allen was chairman of tho prognram committee 'and read a fow paragraphs fr jm "Fifty Years of FlamÂ«leÂ«s Life," a tribute to the great Thomas A. Bddson, whic'h showed that he is a. living inspiration and eXamiple of what- persevoranc* anI industry can accomplish. . A paper on "Edison," read by MisK Helen Bailey, ahowed his adventures as a boy, his ituvestigations and ex- pe-riencea as a young man. Miss NelHe Bair gave a brief report o-i' "Bd-ison and His Inventions." Sho reviewed in detail the invention oi the Jnoadscent lamp and ita effect ou humanity- A program ot classical and "rag Ume"'jnus1c T?il] be given at the next regular mooting- ou Tuesday night, February IS. MISS'JENME CAKLSOlf I G. G. CLUB A meeting of the O, GÂ» Clwb was held last night in tho homo of Miss Jennie Carlson, '107 Jofferaon avauue, Officers for tho ensuing year were elected 'as .follovs: President, Miss Lillian Cohj; secretary, Miss Eloise Akers; treasurer, Miss Katharine Kerrigan. , Arra-ntgemonts were mado for a chicken and waffle supper to- be hold Monday evening, Fefbtuary 10, in the W. B, Harbaugh homo. Following tho business meeting tho remainder of the evening was jjivn over to cards and dancing-. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. ,Tho noxt meeting will bo held Tuesday evening, February 18, Jn the home 01 MiBS Lillian Cole, Third street, South' ConnollsvHle. FAREWELL BOIf^E *'OE SKTON HILL FACULTY A farewell dian^r ,was given Monday evening at she Penm Albert Hote-1 at Greensburg by the college faculty of Seton Hill College, in honor of Miss A'gatlie Laoou rclere, teacher of French at tho college. Mlf.B Lacour- ciore sails Wednesday, 1'eibruary 14, for Franco win re she will enter the University of P;,ris to do special work. She will join Mias Therese Molyneaux, a Staon Hill gr.idtiate of 1924. CKITEIUON L5TERAIIY CLUB ' ME 17JS \nTH MRS. SCX)TT Mrs. Thoma*- W Scott -was hotstesjs to members ot tlie Criterion Literary Club laet nigh at tier home in EUJt Cedar' avenue. It was the regular meeting of tho club and the topic for discussion was "Wisdom of tho Bible." Mrs. Homer C. Davis was tead-er. Tho hoetegfl served a liglit lunch. The noxt j meeting will te held in tho homo of woro significant oC Washington's ) ^[re. Gail Plsl.bach, South PiitMburg Birthday, FavorÂ« were mlnlaturo e t ree t. ' candy hatchota cmbolliahed with red, __ white and bluu ribbon, Mrs. Frank K. | , 'Divvyn 'WPFTIAT nwmLr* i?roSt!Â° Tho "next ~moetlt,[- j ATTENDED' BY 21 MJ5MBER8 bo held tit tho homo ot Mrs. 61. A. ! Twenty-four uiwnuera ot tho Unity 'Fraternity tttiondod a diunor-moeling held last, nigbt at. tlw West Crawford avonuo club IOOIOH. A. commlttoo In . . . . ohargo of, C. i ier'bort Ellis served the KMri.OYKS JBSJOV DI^^EK dinnol . at g . ;!)i o . oiock aTld aaorwarda The W. K. Harbuugh homo, near j 1MorahftrB - -. or ,. 1)0 . j^vc Wire Minstrel utl " - oiitortrtijiwi -v. iO 'a,-pr-ogriim. Harry l.urgwU, Jvast OrawJ'ut'd avenue. Â·was Iho scene..qf an. usually doIighUul eÂ«cial ovont l a Â« t i ] j u i ! and Wn.-ren \f, Haibritter gave night when thÂ« West i'.ijiu uwlltf.iis ; , it . rilur instruricnt -numbers. Ucpartmoat gave a delicioiis chicken uml waftJc suip,or. Covers .were laid i'oc ulnetxjcu, .Poll-owlug the- suppor tho remainder BOTKB HOSTESS TO AYT.N ONK CLASS , , The Witt, tiae Olasa oi: the MrBt ot the evoniiig was given over to cartte, | Ullitod B r6tHron Church met last dancing ami music. Miss IStlielyii nl g ht llt tho hom - 0[ Mrs , j^^ Boyor ot Oak slree'.. Twenty-one mcmbors prescul. Airs. Mabel Whipkey; Vcaley entertained with fancy duncing nnd Mica Alice Mae WilUartwj roinlered ?lano numbers. Mrs. IL J, tho president, had -charge.,, of tho-'biiBl- UeBolt, r, former employe of tlio auditing department, was a gitcst. SORE -THROAT get tlie best ot you,.. F IVE minutes after yoti ruh on Musteroie your throat should bigin to feel less sore! Continue the treatment once every hour for five f tours and you'll be astonished at die relief, Woi-fcing like the trained hands of a masseur, this famous blond of oil of tnusrard, camphor, menthol and other ingredients brings relief naturally, Ic penetrates an;! stimulates blood circulation and help:; :u Jntw out-infection and pain, Used by millions for 20 years. Recommended by doctors and nurses. Ktfi.-pMustccok'handy--jars and tubes. To Mathcrs--Musterole is aha Â·rnad2 in milder form for babies and itnoll children. Ask for Children's Muitcrolc. HOBS mee-Uni; and 1 Mrn, S. K. Huey conducted tbn dovolionals. Lunoli \yas served. ' ; AII.lfty Sixteen wo meii nxemberB-'of the First United Prwbvte-rian Church awemblocl today at tho home of Mre. E. W. Twigs in Carnegie averme for an all day quilting. A delicious dinner 'wtut served at noon. Â» T, B. 0. Club. Tha reg^il i-r mwtlns of tho ,3. B. O. Ctuh will br- held ar th^a home oi! Mrs. fcjkmore OeJiolt, G1,bÂ«nn avonuo, South Connoll-avlll'', Thu^rsiliiy evening, February fi. All members avo urged to ba prefient, ClirJstlnn 3Ilssionary Society. ThÂ» W-oin-m'a- Missionary Society of tho ChriHtla;i Church will .moot Thursday al'terno in at 2:30- o'clock In tho social room of tho churc;h. MTK. C. E, Sjtatlorrl wi I be ttio leador, A large attendance- ia desired. Church Day Tlimrsday. Church Diiy will be observed tomorrow at the First Methodist Upiseopa 1 Church by tho Wonuui"; Home ant: Foreign Mi islonary SLU'.iiUew und ih Ale Society ot Use .'burch. "Hszei ^lay.su^ered from constlpa- ''Â£iori| J ' says Mrs, , M. Hopkins, TOGO Ruakin Lane, Phiiadeip,hia. ."She was sallow and bilious; didn't have any appetite; couldn't dig-eat her food. "California Fig Syrup has changed all (hat. It regulated her bowels quickly; Improved her appetite and ( di- gestiun. She has improved right along until Eriends say she's a regular prizewinner tor health." Mothers, by thousands praise California Fig SJyru'p. Physicians endow it. JtÂ« rich, fruity' flavor appeal a / t o children;; its pure vegetable goodness is safe tor any child; Trm prompt, ro- lioC it brings bilious, headachy, constipated children lasts; beoauBo it helpi; tono and strengthen boweltt antl stomach..Noxt ttave bad hreath, coated tongue or feverishness -warn vt oon- Btlpa.Uon, try it with'your child and see How it helps! Waen buying look for the name California! That marks the gnuine, famous lor 50 years.--Advertisement. MISS BAKER HOSTESS TO' JUNIOR ?if iÂ«s Hilda Baker was hostess at the -Kbruary meeting of tho Junior Auxiliary to the Saturday Afternoon dub of VanderbiH last night at her home at Vattderbilt MisÂ» Gonioo Strickler, pretjdde-nt, was in charge of the busi- iicÂ«j mooting. An interesting report of tho fall mooting of the Payette Coujiiy FoderatiQtt oÂ£ Women's CJttbs reo-ant!y in Uniontown was given by Miss Grace Collins, a delegate. following fciws businees session the renjaind-ot: of tho evÂ«ninÂ£ -waÂ« g'iv-en over to a well propar-ed progratn, of which Mlsa ISdna Cox war, loader. The following numbers woro contributed: Pio.no duÂ«t, MiiWj Nollio Bnyder, and Mif8 Madlyn MyorÂ»; paper on "Charles A. .Liud'borgh," Miss Oraco Telcliort; roll call, to which each member TO- spmulod ^th a Â»etitoncj roterring to so7nÂ« famous person bom in February; vocal solo, MisÂ« Ruth Love, ac- co-npanied by Miss Jeannotto Lovo; jiaper on "Thomas A. Edion," Miss Kthol BJancho MoI^nuglUin; mtiflixjaJ reiding, Miss Grace 1-lu.ilxuid, ncconj- panied by Mlas M-adlyn My-ers; japÂ«r on "St. Valontino," Miss Mary Elizabeth Madden; aouÂ£, clti.b; talk, by Miss Margarot S.nydor, who described lit r tour ot Italy; sons;, clurb. Sovontoon m-em-bera woro present. Guests wore MiÂ«fl Margaret Snydor, MLw Grace Husband, Mim Neiiio Snydor, Mrs. GoorE* Karl Murray, all of Liberty, Mitts JanÂ« Dunn of Smock, Mrs. Clark Hixon and Mi.su Ruth ijore o) Vanderbilt. Tho hostess served Â·r;Creehmeitls. Sho waÂ« iUiaited by WlSK Orac-o Teichert. The March jnootiug will b Â«old in tho home of Miss Madly n Mye.TM ot Run v/ith Mitie My era an4 TMna, Cox, hostoasce. 'Missionary 'Wonting-. The February mooting of. tlio Ladies' MisKtonary Society oi' the First Unitefi I'resbytcrian Church will be hold Thursday afternoon in thn church. - Mrs. .T. I. Curistmnn Hostess. Â· Tho Young Woman'fl Missionary Hoolety of the Porryopolis Metliodtst Mpiscopal Church will hold ItB regu- iar moating tomo-rrov ovoning at tho ii-omu of Mra. J, D, ChriBtman ot Penryopolis. MISB Qamot Jonos will bo Lho program loader. All members arc requested to be present. Patriotic Program, A iatrjotic. program will ba presented at the February moting o-E Hie Saturday- Afte-rjioon Club of Vaador- bilt Saturday attornoon In tlis honi* of Miss .NelHo -Snydor oC Libwty.- She will bo aeftistod 1 by Mies Union. The Tlthors Union of the Methodist Protestant Church will hold iU monthly Itusiness meeting ut t h j church fo. lowing mid-week prayer tonight, , If R, n :t. uf T4Â». ttt-Â« g for Bargains tlioiarfvo Otnuior. Announced. Annonncomont is mad a of the mar- i'iaj.'o of .Miss, Julia Sanner Hare, daiighter of. Mr. aiul Mrs. N-slBon Hare, and Howard Milter. Bnydor, eon of. Mr. and Mrw. Itarriaou Snydor, both oC Hockwood..Th6 ceremony was eolemn- iy.ed at Tlockwoxxl. Rev. fVi-otor N. Miller 'officiatoK Jfousc-Griss, Miss .Bthel G. HOHKO, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. House of Mount Pleasant and Ed ward C. GriBS, son of Mr. ,and Mrs. Frank JO. Griso if Latrobe, wero married at Somerset by Justl:o of tho Poace 11.' K. Craver. Tounfeiu-Barclay. Mfsa Hazel -F. Younkln, daughter of Mr. an-d Mrs. C. B. Tonnkin and John M. Barclay, eon of iMr. and Mrs. M. D. Barclay, bath of Rockfvaod. welre mar- ricKt at ROokwood by 'Jlcv. Walter K. Bork-abilo. MAKES You FEEL BETTER BELL-ANS Hot water Sure Relief , FEBRUARY 5, 1930. eather UrilUaJO* There's oiily oi e problem in selling OLD GOLDS. * Â« , . faow to get; 'ou to smoke the first few packages. After that, em ything, is easy. For OLD GOLD is so 4'||vioU6ly smbt ther . . . so much better . , . so (Witperior in its dean, ripe tobacco . . . that it wins you over without a struggle. This isn't boasting. ThiÂ« is |wst he selling history of OLD GOLD. BETTER TOBACSCOS . . Â» that's what swept it to national favor n three years. BETTER TOtSACCQf*,, ,, make ? , . . ,, . , no-. 3 c o u g h i n a c a r l o a d " Â« your Rtutttt ... 0 JO GOUJ--PAOL WHITJiWtAN HOUR, Tfsnti Whjfoinun : with hi* complete orchestra . .. orery Tueiday, 9 to 10 P. M., Eastern Standard Time lÂ«,wsoÂ»i CJass Me The Philathiw Claw off J ran Memorial MÂ«tho3-i!rt Church of! Dawon held meeting last night at the torium. MJue .Uarriot Hus: ovor the t;iiiistnÂ«8s meeting followÂ«I. by a musical t program. I_/nnch was acr hUtp Coch- Bpiscopa! its regular (oclal audi- .111 presided which was nd literary Wed Tho Ain-uriim Wblo Gl iss of t!io I,-D;M!Tty PreBbyterla-- Church oE Vandert'ilt -will hold ita i seating next Wcdneeiftuy, SVbruary 12. Tho has IHM.O. .postponed. Iron night, (ifsffl origin*".! dato. The rncct- ins wti, ' to hold -at the 3 ome ot Mrs, O. S. S4! : ier ft Liberty. Girl V elÂ». Mi:w Bessto M-iiri) Oai olus, daughter, of Mr." and Mrs. Re oert Carolim of Rot'Kwood,. and Da id William Barber, son ot Mr. anl Mrs. Allen Barbar a? Bliclc townf?) ip, Somerset county, more married by Don S. Kim- moll, (,! '-rk of courts it Somerset count.)", Franks-llya- . A.nTHi-0'.wenwnt JB mad * of thÂ« mar- riago ''! Mlsa tesfehor Fr .nka of Pitts- bnrg Â«;.:.. 1 Patrick Ryan. ' 'hÂ« brid-c was u 8ter--fHiphor in Uni ntovrn 'betoro locafciUr ''Â») }'ittebiirg. dr. and Ryan are TW.-iKiOg at Sh-ardia ... .1,')'. Th-p- . Uunl-Â»- the If ia dÂ«ii; for in,' Aiixfliftry 1 1 r.orlcan Ivegioi Anxildary of ,1/111 meat Th'in sday nicht in ;iii rooms. A 3a ge attomlan-ce if. a* linal plan-.' will he made ^.online party t be held Friday i)l' iill,, February 14. VecHcrfpl on Given Almost Instimfc llolicf. Night roughs, or co\ ghs caused by a oold or by an- irrHx tod throat arc usually d-no to tanac-; vhicli con.gli syrupB and patonl, mr lictneH do not touch. But tlio vary i rsl; HwnJiow oC Thoxirus is guiiruntoc to atop the most stnUborn cough, a mos-L Snslantly. Thoxlno is a doctor i prescription, working on an entirel; different prin- ci-ple, it goes direct o the. internal cauae. " Thoxino coniiun.8 no harmful drugs, is pleasant tattling' at tl safe for the whole I'ainiiiy. Bold o- a money back, guarantee to givs bfil er and auickei' relteE for coug-ha or si re throats than anything you have eve Â· tried. Ask for Thoxine, put up read} for use in HBu, 60c, jmrt $1.00 bottle .. Sold by all druggists.--Advertiser .ent. Coloiilnl Thn. Philip }i 1 roemii' D. A. H, will glvo a gothc-r wltii n dlfipltt Â·Â·ill Colonial fltt-ge, 45 i resicUnco of Mra. Jo l!'.iiat'Waahington a* Febrviary 8, trom ^ ( hers serving tho U;:i ia Colonial cuBtunuN itmai(;n.l program w All ladiiis not manib* attend, A tee of n charged, the procce Ameiricanization wor ---Advortlscn\';H'...--:!E chaptor of the. Colonial tea to- Â· of. rop-llcas ot i uumbor, at tbo tti U (Iftna, 202 HI no, Saturday, i 15 P. M. Mem- w i l l bo drciKHOd An .-ittraulive il bo furnirihwl. ra ui'u iuvituti to i oentH will be .3 to Bo I n the ; of She c h a p t e r . b-3t. MRS. SARAH MTARIAND DIES AT PALMER; FORMER RESIDENT OF BR00KVALE Mre. Sarah McFarJand, 80 years oW, a former resident ot BriyokTale, died at 11 o'clock Tu-esday mortLlng at tho home of her son, Hobert MdTarlanl of Palro-er, after a lingering- illness. Had eha liTed until March 6i she would have been 81 years of jige. Mm. McFarland, born at New CastJo ou Tyne, Bnglaixt, came to.thiu country 4S yeara aga, eettling iu, Dunhar. Latter tho tamily moved to Trotter and Irom there Â·wens to BroolnraJe -whre fiho lived until the death oÂ£ her husband, William -McFarland, eight years ago. Since then sh-s haa been making her homo "with-her children^ Sho is survived by tho tolJowingchildren: Hobort ot Palmer, with whom she made her hom-a; Mrs. Margaret Kearns, Monongah, "W. Va.; Mre. Thomas Bretraan of Canotiflhurg-; Mrs. Robert MiLaughHn, NomacoJin, and Mrs, J. D. Graham, Conaollsville. A daughter, Mrs. Gliarlos O'Bj-ion, died five weeks ago. Thoro are 27 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. The funeral will te held Friday morning. There will be a 7riet service at the homÂ« of her aon at Palmer at 10 o'clock. A full service will bo conducted at 11. o'clock at tho Trinity Episcopal Ghnrch.'at the corner of Soitth Proepoct atfeet and Bast Fuir- view. avonuo, ConaelievUle, of Â·which ahe wes a mem'bor. Interment will be made in Hill Grove Cemetery. Dr. C. M. Ewing Dies At Harrisburg-j Was Civil War Veteran LOWER TIRE PRICES PLAY SAFE. W7Y OJTL5T NATIONALLY ADVJ?BTISEI IJKANDS Buy from your home store and sura money. If you prefer Brands not listed below TTC wjll get them for you. 30x1.40 Pathfinder $ r,jo 28x4.7B 29x4.76 aOxo.f'O 39x6.60 33x0.00 80x3*6 Cl. aox;m ci. o. s-. 31x4 Ho ivy 7,15 7.80 8-10 9.70 10.35 12,00 12.25 5.00 9.25 12.95 Vacuum Cni $ 6,80 7.40 7.80 8.50 S.1H) 0.10 11.70 13.20 13.70 G.OO 7.00 io.no 10.00 Firestone II. S.JSnbberor Goodyear Goodrich $ 7.40 8.10 7.!)0 9.10 9.75 1045 (2.10 12.75 29x1.10 JWll.60 SSx.-i.1u Â«0x5.00 33x6.00 10.00 10.20 11.50 13.15 (3.60 11.00 15.50 15.70 1(5.20 13.15 16.00 5.S5 (UO io.no 1U50 15.80 10.60 J0.80 J1.35 $ 8.10 8.70 $.00 10.10 10.40 11.20 13.00 15.85 ia.20 ,6.60 7.10 J2.00 is.7r t-l.fld 15.40 J 6.1)0 17.00 17.75 14.25 12.70 17.00 two 11.70 13,10 .12.36 12.90 13.7!) 1.".50 16.40 18,15 18.60 lft.50 Sixty fit-ores in NJjue Counties of Pea H sylvan la. HARRTSBimC, FOR. -5.--Dr. C. M, Swing, S3, Civil War veteran and fov 28 years a practicing ph^aician her,e, died yestorday. Ho wo.s born in Ligonior Valley, Westmoreland co7in- ty, and-%vfl,8 graduated fj-nni th-e Philadelphia University oC Medicine and SurRory in 1866. He served- an n. sur- goon during tho Oivii War. Saner Kraut Hungry for a good meal! Then go to the- -nailer kraut, supper (omorrow night in Lho Social Room of Trinity Lutheran Church. Generous helpings, ulso applo pie and ico-c.peam. All fov Ga tÂ»nl6. Tine. 5 P. M. to 7:30 P. M, .Who to Pntronlze. Those who advortiee in Tho Daily Courier. .lames E. Ha den Dies. J a m e s K. l i n y t l n n , '5- yÂ«ai-H old, d Monday J i t ' - Â»oniÂ« lU Hopwood. en i r There is now an easy way to end it-by a gland food. It is used the world over by doctors and others who know. Since its discovery excess fat has largely disappeared. Tliat modern way is embodied in Murntola prescriplion tablets and people have used it for 22 years,--millions of boxes of it. In almost every circle there ore users who show the amazing results. Manuals is not secret. 'Each box contains the formula and reasons for all good effects. It has brought to multitudes new joy, new vim, new beauty. Go try it, watch results. Be slender like your envied friends, without starving. Go ask your druggist for a SI box*, of Mannola, and read the book in the box. t ( Not Serve the Best?" by AU Independent Grocers James M. Mitinger Dies at Age of 76 Brine GKKENSUUri "3, Kob. R.~-Jarnou M. Mttinf?cr, 76 ye;.re old, a former resi- tint (C Moiiiit J'!o;is:tn(. iownshiy, died 11L 0:15 o'clock last nlglit. lie was a. r o s i d f i i l of \VeKtHiorfiasicli l i e w,ii b u r n a m i r u a r e ' i i n ! M o n u i 1'lPiifiijn l o w n s h i | i ; I-!i-, "par-[ J's Horn, Mr. an/d Mrs. George Hobcri. son oi 1 South Coniiellsi-ilk; ,-m r hig coiiBTatulatioiiB upon Ut,' hi Â·iict n n d Ualh- uicel*. ft son Sunday .mornim w e i g h i n g 10 jKHtmis. Ti 1'ftrt bucii uiunnd Udii Ihi in t h e tioutmii mm in Uu and rio-n an) : t 10 ,'filMV - Â·111 l-f : l o c l v , K i n g ' '
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