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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 12, 1930
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PAGE TWO. TTTB DAILY OOtrRIEJR, CONflTEEGL, JVH2LT3, I , Prize Winner .Brilliant. Program Arranged For Hospital Auxiliary Tea A brilliant program, in which popu- ti iocal talent iiul otit of town talent will ·pcirlicipiile, hits been arranged a Valentino oa to be given Thurs- afternoon In tha Woraan'e Culture Club roonw at Ji0 Carnegie Free LI- bwiry by the We men's Auxiliary to the Conneiiaville SUte Hospital. The tea win loo in chart, o ot the ways nod means ooramHtxj and vire-preeldentfi t LOTELT APPOINT OBIWS OP atlTH ami life mombc'-s of tho auxiliary aorvo tut hostesses. The hours -ere from 2:30 to 5 o'clock. A donation ol twonty-ftve ten e is asked, Th» program is as follows: I'lano *!o, W a. W. H. Willlamo. Votal fcolos, 'in My Bouquet of Memories" and "Dreaming," Mra. Joan F. Dubson. , Piano solo, "The Pompadour's Pan," ,, Mre. ,7. Montgomery Dllworth. Vocal eolo, lasttie 0* Mine," Mrs. . T»et«r R. Weiim r. Violin selections, "Salut d' Amour," and "Gavotta," Mlbtt Devosa Simon. Vocal soloe, 'Kasferaire's Song" and ,, "Can't You Hear, Me Calling Caroline?" Mrs. Inland S. Wbiplcoy. Piano solo. Miss YiytrWe Qraham. Vocal dw-te, "The Swallow" anfi "O Tell I7e Merry Bil'da ot Spring," Mrs. T"cter R. "Weimar and Mrs, John J, Bnos. Piano solo, "A. la Bien Amie," Mre. Paswjuale- Gigli ttl. Vocal solo, ' Lovo," selection from "The Trespasser," Mrs. Forrest "W. Buck. Violin duet, "La Pel-oma," Mie^ Lucas and Miss Dovora Simon.! A prominent e?ei t o£ last night wan the annual bam uet of the Dattgb- ters ot Ruth Gfaes o Trinity lalhoran Sunday School 'ieli in the social room ol 1 the church Thf appointments w«r« significant ol 'alenline Day and and wore lovely in wery detail The colons, rel and wHit , were carried out in a raoet effec* Covers wer« »e i tanner. lal for eighty-fire members and guest* Ot the elaas. Th« tablet: wereraado be urtifui with pott-ed plaute o' tulips an I hyacinths. The banjjuet was delieic ualy prepared and §erved by the Ladi *' AW Society of th« church. The iienu consisted of tna many good thi »gs accompanying a real turkey dinn* . Th* banquet wa* supplemented by a brief business let fton, presided over by ti(a now preside rrt, Mre. Edward Baer. Tho rennain er of the evening ·Was grvpn over to · higlrty interesting program. Mrs. W* H- H«f rt k, the class teacher, gave a fine tall , hcf theme being Sunday echool wort Mies Pearl Keck entortalud -with t"o pleasing piano soloa, "Country G* rden," and Donnybrook Fair. Th* next period woe devoted to e dohgl ttul playlet, * J Mak- Ing a Sleter," in G. T. Barker, Tbog playlet wore Miss charge £ Mrs. taking part In tb« Mary Brickmau, accompanied b / Mrs. Earl Lucius, Piano bolo, Miss P«art Keck. Vocal solos, "Do You Know My Garden?" and "Belle of Youth," Mrs. .Jfoim J. Euoe. ( Violin solo, "Canto Amoroso," Misa Clai'e tiucas. Soprano sob, Mrs, Ixmis Shralkw. KAI.NBOW !,rB HOLBS CltKyt VALfiJfTOfK PARTY An exceptio uuly delightful meeting at ^ho Rainbcw Club waa held last night in the home of Almetta Gtlle- land, Ba«t Crawford avenue. In th« form ol a Valentine party, the appotnt- znente were suggestive of the Uy and wore carried mt in a clever manner. Bach membar made a val-entino or, *· h i f h was w itten an original verse On their arrival at the Gilleland homo Mrs. Ira D. Yoi,nMn, Mrs. William Jacobs, Mre. Edsai Tnerasee, the last two of Dunbar, Mr- . A. R, Boyor, Mrs. W. L. Lewta, Mrs W. H. McJElMnoy, Mrs. O. T Bartcei Mr.-!. H. W. IMc- Hobbie and Mrs. M 3. Cunnnlnga. Tho play and a^} oth r numbers wero greatly imjoyed. The banquet wll b» remembered as one of 1b.e most e ijoyable in tho bi«- tory of the Uae*3. e. A, K, rovr A« OUICLK HONOR LINCOLN, WAbHISOTON MemberB of Wll iam F. Kurtz Pot,t, Grand Ai.ny ei' b* RopubHc, the Liidiee' Circle 10 he G. A. R. cni other grtbdste will EUB«emble- Thursday afternoon in Odd J fellows Hall to celebrate L^ncoln'n an« WaeMnglon'a birthdays The Civil Wac veterans a;w«i tfceir wivtn will be gu *tn of Ihn JLedlefl* Ciicle. There w il aUo TM- visitor*! from Uniontown nd Soottdale. Tho circle will meet p omptly at S o'clock "F£azel May "auffored from constipation," saye Mrs. M Hopttne, 7050 Rualdn Lane Philadelphia. "Bhe w aallo-w and bilious; didn't have any appetite; couldn't digest br food, "Oalfornia Fig Syrup ha« changed all thai. It regulated ber bowel* quickl;-; Improved her appetite and dl- g«etior» She has improved right aJo until f-ieadB say she's a regular priee- wianei for heaJtb." MotJiers by tboasands praise California Fig Syrup. Pbynlciaas endorse it. Ibi rich, fruity flavor appeals to chlldrm; itn pure vegetable fjoodii is safe for any child. The prompt :'e- lie£ it brings bilious, baodachy, con- stlpaUd. chil-dren lasts, because 11 helps tone and strong-then bowels an« Btonxai^. titan time bad breath, coated 'tongu or feverishnese warn of con- stipaUon, try it with your chdld and see how Jt holpst ' Wh« n buying, look for the name Cs'U-omla! That marks tlve genuine, faniocs for fiO years--Adveitisemont, ASC PLEABAN1 1 YA1LKY CMJB Mrs J. Doaald Porter nd Mre. W. J. Ha ley of this city and Mies Helen Brent en and Miss' Ann Doorley of buctU ale were hostess** -it the February luncheon-bridgo Tu-'day afternoon sX tho Pleasant ValWy Country CJab. Fol' -owing the luncheon ten table* ·were ootupied at bridge. Prizes w«re awurc!«l to Mrs, Jooph "K. Btrawn of Daws on aod Mrs. John T. Koithley of Scott laic. Mn . Ham S. Ma it hows and Sirs. F. \V. Divis of thte place will be Ixxrt- o^aa at cards and Mrs. Hoy K. IrfKicJca and Un. U T. Gilbert of Soottdal« at the 1-inchcon at tJie »0«t JWty Tiu»- day *JUimxn, March 1 1. they dppoMtei tUeir valentines in a '., . . . , ,, , j. ,,, for its resular b« Inests m«etmp. to be prettily decor itel box, arranged in tho , , , . iU n » ·« f . ,, vi t. *i,TM ,»,»«,. prtwkled over by the president, Mrs. hvinRroom. f -om which they wero ^ * d i a w n later 11 the evening; Tho hostesw sew jd a delicious lunch. Valentine iivc re were given. The next meeting to In h«k! Tuesday night, February 25, at the home of l)r ami Mrs. O. V. L«fc;hty, South Ninth street. will bo feamrwi b a fl o'clock dtnnei, of members will be J. A. SUUJJAlfKR HEAD OF K. DT7NN BIBLE CLASS Thr JB Dunn Bible Class of tho Greenwood Methodit Episcopal Chun-h mot last eveuing in the men'H /class loom ior the regular business and borial session. The following officers were elected. President, I. A. Shumake-r; lee-president, James It. Cypher, secretary, Thomas DeBolt, treasurer, H L. Pieraol; teacher, Hov. I'Yftd Wiiiemtn, and asiatfcnt teacher, B. J. Bn^ley. fjitnclieon wa» aorvel at the closo of the meeting. The next session will be held ou February 28 A H-aturc oi lie ontcrtaimnwit will be A baskotbail ?amo between the Greenwood Sunday School boy*, and a. team to be selected later. Eteie Smith. The remainder -f the afternoon will DC given ovor to L program, appropriate to th-f occasic i Among the Civil War v-et^rans wbx ar«. planning to attend are C H. Hi I, commander of tho Kurtz Po t, J. B. Mea A S. Haddock jnd C. C. Collia«. B'ollovrtng the program a cLickep ai d biscuit supper will be aoryd. Ail 0) ind Army men, their wlvos and merab" flu of tiio circle are invited. FOR ANNUAL TKA Th« Fidelia i lass of the First Methodist BpiEco ial Church met laart night in the hone of Mrs, Frank Sweonej, WiJU oad, ai which timo final plans were narte for the annual tea to to held i the church parlor, the hours b^tig from 2 to 5 o'clock. An attractive pi gram has been arranged tor thf* o casion. Mrs. WJlh Miss Mias Nora NJabors will be hostess at tho regular nvet'tiiiK of the Alpha Claris, at the Church of the Brethren Friday iuj?ht at the home of Mrs. F. C. Mack, 90» Sycamore street S. Slif?er was in charge ci tho meet- !«R The class will havu charge of the dinlugroom Thu axlay night whea a dinner will be » rved to the personal evangellBTn worliara. Mrs, Sliger !a chairman. Mrs W. S Beluinna is chairman of the dtch^n The covered- dish luncheon wl icU was to have been held in conne-ctio i with tne next meot- Uiff at the ho ns of Mrs. Clyde S. Campbe-11 was p istponed on account of Mrs. Campbe) having returned to Cleveland Hosp tal in Cleveland. j Lunch was sorv« a at the closo o the ' meeting by a committee com- i jiobed of MTH. Svtcoiifry, chairman, i Mrs. Grace Hue · «tud Miss Hazel j Lotchllter IDig'h eeii. mambors wore .VKMBKItS 01' I I8H AND GAJIR \UXlIiARlt l U K K TO LlBEM'l'Y Mrmijors of tSm Wnmen'fj Auxiliary lo t h e Kayottr C mnty Msh and Gaino Pi-oiedlvn A.vso Ial ion hikinl to Li- U*rty, A difcUmci of live miles, Tues- dav morniaff. A rhnpg at Liberty, tile Inkers wero gu its of Mrs. Georgo Tiratty, A member of the auxiliary «U a ,itierlirdiU -dinner Covers were laid tor fdxtpen. Mr . S. L. Fletcher was loader of the b Ke The return tttp w a n raado by mo or Mrs. Irene Miles -vill bo leadior ol the iukcv in March. Clear, Youthful Skin If your skin is naturally lovely, jou want to keop it so and tlu re % no safer, easier method than *he Sic-siu 1 wsiy. The daily use of !ti»inol ^onp gives thorough but gtntie ck.insmg, leaving the skin refreshed, radiant and soft to tha touch, / bit of Resinol Ointment if nt-eded for an occasional ptm- p!o com^) etea the treatment used by thouHE^ids ia the care of their s k i n of r**ch,taMxis\ifar ' l-'UED OWKNS W Announcatn-ani i lage of Miss, C aaid Frea Owsn Mrs. B. W. aili merly af Connel toom place Febt c Ine, Cal,, whei nettling for the brideRroom's fa type operator ai IDS LV CALIFOBMA is niddc of the mtr- eorgia L. Martinclale Bills, bon at Mi. and of AWoKeeport, ioi- ^villc. The ctnemony iary 1, at S,m Bet na- Mr. Kills has last two years. The lift if, 11 former Hno- The Courlei SHOWTR FOE MJIS. 3. 1. PEOCDFIT A very intarcatlug aseotitlg ot th* Deborah Bible Clase of tho First Presbyterian Church was held in the chapel y«»terday afternoon, with almost every member prfcwol. Plans wer« made for the annual luncheon, to be h"IZ tn AprE. "" At the ulosti of the busduaaa sosaion a handkerchief showei was tendered Mis. J L. Proudflt, teacher of the class, whose birthday annivoraary tails in February, Jttany beatitilul handk«rch.iets and birthdAy cards were received by RCra. Proudflt. Re- frost naonta were served. W. II. A^ FLAWS FOR BINCO S?ABTT Tt* Woman's Benefit Association hold ita regular nwti«£ last evening in J'ythion nail. Theiie wsia a good atteniJane-a. Ono candiflate vrafl initial adr Th«re wa»s one- application for iaein,berflhip. Plan* wet-a miul-u for a bt igo party to be h«ld in coiinection witt Uw noxt meeting Tuesday nb^ht, Feb -uary 25. Tlio party iH for member* WMi their friondss. launch will b* DKUJC.tTlON OF STATE W. C. T. U. ICKATQUAJtTEES Of interest here i« Uie dedication of heailquartera and unveiling of the honjr tablet at Harrisburg I'ueBda.y, Feb'uary 25, by th« Pennsylvania Wonan'a Ohrietian Temperance Onion. The exarclwa will bejyin at 2 o'clock anl every member of the varloue unions of the state te Invited. Di\ Ella M. Soole, national W. C T. TJ. preei- den ., wiil take part in th^ exercises. Bradley-WoWo. Auuouncement ia mad« of tho marring a ol Miss Flora I. Bradley, daughter of Mra, Charles 10. Stewart, and Delaiar G. Woife, son of Mrs. David Kinuear of Hanrmouc'viile, which took plai e at Mount Pieas.ant Sunday eve- nin!;, February 9. Rov. C. C. ColUna of Mount Pleasant officiated, using? tho ctnr ceremony. The parents of the brie e and bridegroom were th* only ittcndauLa. Mr. d.tid Mrb. Wolfu will mal.e their home at Perryopolls where Mr. Wollo la employed by W. J. Hala«y, Inc. Konnison-Darby. J h n I*. Dirty of SnaMhield and Maude Kennison of Georges township, were granted a license to wed. in Union' own. Lutheran Jttissloimry iSocletj. Tho monthly meeting of the Wo- m-ai's Foreign Missionary Society of i Trinity Lutheran Church will be held ' I'htirsday evening at 7-45 o'clock at the church. Important busin«88 is to be EransactPd and tJie- leaders auk that there be a repreaantativo atteadance. « Sure Relief " S, Boltimoge, Md. Resinol 1 W. *. 0. VETKIl VMS TNT 1HTAIN ACX1LJARIT ' Husiiiij'.s of . loutiuv 4 iiuiuie was · i j j i ' - i i ' i c t l a.i th F-tibrum v mt'eLluy ol ar ] tiiuo I.aj on A u s i l i d i v to r!u l i i l t i n i o u ' O 1 lo Vetor«nx Ass-oi ui i - o n U r i night In tlio BuHimou »V, Ohio \ M C A Mu K T, Oarh', the i » i « - , W c i i i , ti hif D L The a i i x i l M M v, 111 x u i £ t^l s nt i he* Vf t i r uH \.-^-o( i lUoii ,O MK ,i! n i w i i n , ; 1'ij'",- ti.i niRli', Jt.iK i 1 i « "MAKES You FEEL BETTER' BELLrANS Hot water . Sure Relief ELL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION !54 and 7t Pktfa.Sold ~ ONE STOP SERVICiZ STATION With the Complete II ,ipr ^ ·v ^ CMK mmm EH** tt te ·· nt raW*«a4 Ttak'Toi't aJfieoBMOt, ·4 Vh« B*Mlm _ m* n«n ho»«, ·tt. lUpal Mm. Swop tr rtcrwui ttra. UK nit lank. JUta r tabi. mamnit -- TT.iliTn^t ·SMlrlUt MOot-Cote. «*t Fatal IMC Comnt. TOC 1^07011- ·n tn*MHuMJiH, ytm need all at tbeMrvlMw otidbMril««lUa page; faol do yon IMIPB lime to drivq to vmium {Marts of. «mm to hm your oar py«^*erly taken «om off ;q Wouldn't it be * wonderful convenience and! Moving to Jams IfraD dou» n*4*r MM roo/? Thaife WUHl do «· wSnfc |T* can bo van it is done right. gnrdfcm of how mauy nr howiev; «dt th»e« tn«ia yow. JUT need* -- give as n fxfcd,, Tonli Hike to do IB today. BATTKRBBS - BKAKK - GAS - 0UL Firestone Service Stores, inc. H. C "Zeke" Haddock, 122 West Apple Street. Phone 21 J. L. Proud flt CI«« . J. L. Prou1f!t C'* o the Mrat Pros«byteriaa Church will m et Thura- diiy nipht in 'ho lion* of J JR. l». K. Mfcnvaine, KUQ jla« S'.reet The rom- tnittee conaiota of A"rs, icIJvaine, MFr«. O. C. Htrmon ail«s Hawk aai Eter I'altJdu! n»« . The Shros I^itWul Class* or tho KvanneHeal Church of Si utn Con- nelleville will tiittQi oraorrc v «*voning- at the homo of Mies Alma liar tm an ill Pine street, South Co nUsviiJe. The- regular bubiueis a id Bocial pertoda will be coiMUicted. All aiem- are ieqne«ted bi be present. J'Obt AuxJlli rj. The Ladle*' AuxlJiaa-y Ui Walter IS, Brown Poot of the Vutenv e of For- elgti Wars will meet Ttm »day eve- nine at 7,. 10 o'clock. Mtarrlod JJ Ywirs Burgeeb aal MTH, OiKirgc W. Steph- ensou of Wost'Jirovimvill-o celebrated thfoir BUver wedding aunlve sary Monday night. J. It, 1. Ctnh. Mrs. Staa/t Fenetercu cher will entertain the members of tie. J. B. I. Clwb Friday evening at lu f home fit 605 Davidson avenue. ViduMty Club Eltx ,s. The Fidelity Cluu A Di nbar met last night a.t tho Jiomo of Mrs. C. 6. Hiloa of Wrd sUeet, Di nbar. Officers were elected aw i'oU WB: Prea- Idaut, Mr«. C Cl. Hllea; vice-president, Mrs. Mniy VVooflfj; secretary, Mrs. Georgo Hosta-lar; ag istant secretary, Mrs. Hoy Iliaer, treasurer, Mre. Mollio Farr. The Jk we»- committee conututs o£ Mrs. I Iser, Mrs. Parr and Mrs. Woods. junuh was served by tho hoattss The next meeting will be hold Tut iday night, March. 11, in tho home o Mrs. Hoa- tfitler. Uriller-lofiniiin. Miisa Ida K. Miller, daut ater ot Mr. and Mrs. Jwob Miller of lear White Postofflce, and Fra ik Colft tan at Miller, Indian. Creek ^ 'alley, /ero united in maprlage SaUtrday veuing by Justice of the Peao« W^ ; . Christner of DavtBtown, Miss Mary Miller, sister of tha bride, \vae tli » maid of honor. Colin Mit hell ot Davistown wan tha be»l man Pistol Pete's Hill Billy Band, of wh,i h Squi' e Chris-tuer and Mi. Mitchell aro me abers, provided music, attar lun heon. was served lol lowing the cere lony. Card Pa ly "500" and Hit go Trotter ^uditoi hint Thursday, I 7 ebri ary 13 Starting at 8s t5. i SI. .Johu'h Jhurch, Id I'ioco. JLIon't givS that ^HEST-COLD a chance! R JB OB Masterole ac once bat d.w»'e be satisfied wtth the almost iea- medute relief you'll experience--ajf»p/v it every hour /of five hours and «ee how wonderfully it works I Working like the trained hand* of a masseur, this famou* blend of oil of mnstard, camphor, menthol and other helpful ingredients brings relief naturally. It penetrates and stimulates blood circulation, aod helps to draw out infection anc pain. Used by millions for 20 year*. Recammendrd by- many doctors and nuras. This simple five-time Musterole treat ment may sav« you serious complications--be on the safecide. KecpMusterol handy-- jink tubes All drugjiata. Tc Mothers -Mas terole is also mads in milder forrt for babies and small children .AskforChtt- dren 's Mutterote. farmers- Clnb Sataniay. Mr. and Mrs Albert M. Johnson will entertain the Union Farmers Clab of Payotte County Saturday at an al.l day meeting at their home at Blast Con- nellsvllle. About seventy members and guoate are expected to attend. Mfaer-toffnutn. Prank K. Coffman of Acme and Ida K. MliUet of White were licensed to wed in Duiontowji. Licensed JB Pittsbarg. Russell IS. 1'ulty of West Newton and Carlista G. Kynor of McKeesport were licsneed, to wed in Pittaburg. Vltli Mrs. Stttuffer. The Always Busy Club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. . B. SUuffer, North Third stroet, Weel Side. Hholl-Troup. KueHell Troup and Jva Jane Sholl, both of West Newton, wero licensed to wed at Cumberland. Union town Woman 8r. Mra. Mary Ana»ll quietly celebrated her elghty-flfth birth-lay today at her home in Uniontown. For many yeans ehe has beea a shut- n. V. of F. W. t axillary. Tbe Ladles Auxiliiiry to Walter K. Brown Post, Veterant of F\»reigin Wars will meet, Thursday aght in the club room*, North Pittabi rg street for ita rogul;u- business sesiion. YnnderbiH Chi is Mp«\t,iiur. Tho Every Men's I ible Clawt of tbo Vanderbilt Christian Church will meet tomorrow evening at the homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Richard H rbert at 'Vanderbilt. The meeting »il! 1» at 7 30 o'clock. All member are requested to be prewenl. V-ANDERBILT WILL MEET THURSDAY The Vanderbflt Volontiser Ffaxj De- liirtm«Hit will ho5d its reg^ilw meeting Thursday evening, Jffebruary 13, instead of Friday, February 14, in the Legion rooms at Vanderbllt. All members are asked to be then 1 , as business of importance is to be considered. Habeas Corpus Hearing Delayed UN1ONTOWN, Fob. la.--Habeae ;or- put proceedings for three men ai- leged to have been to State Police custody since Monday, Febroary ,'!, ·were delayed in court yesterday when the sheriff's office reported inability to nid the persons involved. The three K«n have been in the hands of Btatc tioopere, it is reported, since their initial arreet. Lteat reports w«ero to tho effect that the ifaen bud been removed to Ilershey, Pa., In an effort tx get them oat of th« jurisdiction of the Fayette oiiunty court. Tho men are being questioned regarding thoir knowledge of tho John Donohoe jnurder. The court directed the «tate police to produce the men Thursday morning in agreeing to a postponement. Thumb S«vrrely Cut. Isaac I'iwitJiolni of t h e West suffered a cut on hie thumb y w!ii(» i-hoppifiK wooi Tb« hatchet cut into tho bouo SOME WOMEN ALWAYS ATTRACT V'ou want to bo Jwjaa-cjfol. You w i n t tho tir»lo»«! onorKT, frc«U oom- plpxlori und pey ot youth Then let Dr. j'idwardt Olive Tablets b»Ip free you? aystem of the polaonr atu^iod by cloKKed bowels and torpid Uv«r. For 20 year* men antl wom«a «i*l- fcrlnf? from Alomar )i troub'«a, plmpljio, lIstH'SsiH'sa and lifuJnchea, hiv« tJceo Dr. Krtwards ul!\e Tablet*. A CHOCMC- (ul a u b s t f t u t o for i_,lome!, a Compound of vegetable tngrwllontu, kno-wr by t l i u l r oltvo cvlnr Th«f act upon tlie bowels w i t h o u t griping help flettiiBB the ostem and tone thp liver If you value voulh an! lUi K t f t s take Dr PiJwar-ds Ol'v« TahlaV n i g h t l y How m u c h battar you wi! feel---and look, iftc, ,lc. 80c,--Advw ! tisuitient. ])nor I'mo %Z,( BIG VALENTINE NOVELTY DANCE To Bo lleid b Iho Kuftidoii^ hV-a(ur!nn V H . A N D R E W S i?I) HIS SOl'IKTV CI-UH OUCIIKSTKA - ( otifVttf Thursday, February 13 -- 8:30 to 12 West Sido , SLAVISH MALI, Connelly UK- Special Added Attraotlon -- Scnsnftonal dan'-c exhibition Oy the famoun statte team--FRANCKH WOODS \ "BfLl^" BRAT (Loc all) khown a-, Ur. and Hr-.. C. A. iiUirutrp).--.fus Off f l i p K. h. O. f h c u K , l;ulfrs 35f. IX»T .HISfi IT! (.i«nU DON'T .HISfi IT! w^iPfn Vee tho Classifuvl Advertteomento. For Your Valentine Parties ROSE'S Heart Centered Brick Ice Cream -- \ml Other Moulds. Phone 315J,

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