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P.\'e~ TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, jCONNELLSVILLE, PA SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 193S. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Bessie Kathryn Collins, Dawson Girl, _ _ Becomes Bride of Godfrey Edward Haas ®- Miss Bessie Kathryn Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Ken H. Collins of Dawson, and Godfrey 1 Edward Haas, son ot Mis, Catherine Haas of Lciscnrlng, were united in marriage Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at the rectory of St. Vincent do Paul Church at Leisenrlng No. 1. Rev. L. D. McNanamy, pastor, officiated. Mrs. Othmar Haas of Da\V- son was matron of honor and Bernard G. Haas of Leisennng, brother of the groom, served as best man. The bride wore an attractive princess gown of white slipper satin and a gold Juliet cap. Her -shoulder corsage was of yellow rosebuds and baby breath, tied with white satin ribbon. The matron of honor wore a dubbonet crepe gown with matching accessories, and a corsage of talisman rosebuds and baby breath, tied with talisman ribbon. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was held at the Old Homestead on -the Pennsville road. Places were laid for the bridal party.- Mrs. Haas is a graduate of the Connellsvillo High School, member ot the Class of 1928, and is a former operator lor the Bell Telephone Company in Connellsville and Daw- sow -- - Mr. Haas and bride will reside for the present at Leiscnring, where tho former is a master mechanic for the H. C. Frick Coke Company. CHILDREN'S AID EXECUTIVES HONOR MRS. W. C. HOOD Mrs. W. C. Hood "of Unlontown vice-president of the Children's Aid Society of Fayctte County,"and fo. many years- chairman of its house committee, was paid a farewell til bute by the Children's Aid executive at a complimentary affair Friday a the home of Mrs. Charles H. Smith at Uniontown. The Hoods will leav the last of January for Gary, W. Va to reside, Mr. Hood having rccentl; been made general superintendent o 'the United States Coal Company. Advanced in order that Mrs. Hooc might attend, the February sessio, of the board was presided over Fn day by Mrs. Frank Snider. Mrs. W E. Crow, vice-president, Is still con valescing at her home from a frac tured ankle. During the business session, Miss Alice Boughncr wa named the third member of the hous committee to serve with Mrs. Thoma B. Semans and Mrs. Charles H Smith. In honor of Mrs. Hood, tea *wa »erved by the hostess. Mrs. S. Metzlcr assisted and Mrs. Thomas B Semans presided at tho tea table. MRS. CHARLES A. MAHOKEY ENTERTAINS C. C. CLAS Mrs. Charles A. Maholcey enter tamed the Christian Culture Class o the First United Presbyterian Churc Friday night at her home in Highlan avenue. Mrs. Bert Conner, pros dent, was in charge of the busines session. Mrs. H. M. Chorpenmn conducted the devotionals. Mr George R. Krupp had charge of th mission study and the topic of whic was "How the United Presbyterian Church Grows," was read by Mrs. Carl Bclghley, Mrs. Henry Pritchett and Mrs. Jack Murray. A valentine exchange will take place at the next meeting to be held Friday evening, February 18, at the home of Mrs. John Lowery in East Washington avenue. The hostess served a delicious lunch, assisted by other members of the committee, Mrs. Edgar Oglevce, Mrs. Edward Filburn and Miss Nellie Evans. Viiss Ruth Sensbach To Give Book Review Before B. and^P. W. FORTY WOMEN W I N P R I Z E S ; SCHOOL ENDS Mrs. H. W. McRobbie Presides at Last Session for Courier. SEN I OR GIRLS DO USHERING Miss Ruth Sensbach, member ot 10. High School faculty, will review The Mother," by Sholem Asch, at meeting of the Business and Pro- cssional Women's Club to be held 'ucsday evening nt 8 o'clock ot Mrs. Ora Engleka's office at the West 'cnn Terminal. Following the book eview-the remainder of the evening vlll be given over to bingo. The magazine committee consisting of Mrs. Edna J, Brcndcll, chairman, (Irs. R. S McKec, Miss Mary Coyne and Miss Dorothy Gilbert, will have charge. Mrs. Frances Soisson Buck, president, will have charge of the business session which will precede the program. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE \VBXtTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r j Barclay Tho Authority oa AuthorlttW COVEKED-DISH SUPPER IS GIVEN BY V. F. W. UNIT A covered dish supper, served at 6:30 o'clock, preceded the regular meeting ol the Ladies' Auxiliary to Walter E Brown Post of the Veterans ol Foreign Wars, held Thursday night at V. F. W. Home. Commander J. N. Dragoo and members of the Post were guests. The auxiliary will attend the annual V.-F. \V. banquet to be held Saturday evening, February 5, at the dining room of the First Methodist Episcopal Churcn. It was decided to start another Variety Club at the next meeting, with Mrs. Joan Wcisgcrber chairman. Mrs. Pearl King of Poplar Grove was reported to be very ill. After the business session bingo was played, prizes being awarded to Mrs-. Rebecca Kauffman, Mrs. Gertrude Madden, Mrs. Marie White and Miss Christine Donnelly. Mrs. Lottie Burrows received the special prize. The next meeting will be held Thursday evening, February 3. MRS. L5TOA LINT HOSTESS TO FRIDAY NIGHT Q CLtIB The Friday Night Q Club met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Lyda Lint at Liberty. Twelve members were present. A short business session, conducted by the president, Mrs. Harry Shallenbcrger, was held. Bingo was the diversion. Mrs. Kath- erlne Patterson, Mrs. Earl Sherbondy and Mrs. C. S. Harper received prizes. Mrs " Frank Husband was awarded the club prize. The hostess served a delicious lunch, assisted by Mrs. G. E. Miller. Tho next meeting uill be held Friday evening, February 4, at the home of Mrs. James Shaffer of Liberty. PHILATHEA CLASS MEETS . AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH The January meeting of the Philathea Class o£ the Christian Church was held Thursday night at the social room of the church. Devotionals were conducted by Mrs. Helen Brooks. A duet, "In the Morning of Life," was sung by Miss Kathleen Barnes and Miss Dorothy Freeman, with Mrs. Leland S. Whlpkcy at the piano. Mrs. Brooks read the Scripture and Miss Beulah Gilmorc offered prayer. A hymn, "O Love That Will Not Let Me Go," was sung by the class. Mrs Gcort, T:rcy, president, was in charge of the business session. A committee composed o£ Mrs. Peicy, Mrs. James Soisson and Mrs. Willard Pjerce served lunch. Royetta rrlnkey Feted. Jn honor of the twelfth birthday of her daughter, Royetta, Mrs. Smith Prinkey was hostess at a cleverly arranged party Saturday afternoon at her home. Twenty-two friends of the honoreo were present to assist n celebrating the happy event, which was a complete surprise to Royetta. THc afternoon was enjoyably spent at games. Winners of prizes were Halph Thrasher, Jack Wortman and Connie Prinkey. Lunch was served by Mrs. Prinkey, assisted by her daughter, Miss Rcgina, end Miss Rella Mae Work. The birthday cake was ornamented with twelve pink candles. The honor guest received many attractive sifts. SfRS. C. t. STUCKSLAGEK IS FETED ON 77TII BIRTHDAY Places for sixteen -were laid at a" 6 _ o'clock ihicken dinner given Thursday evening at the. home of Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Evans, Perry township,,in honor of the seventy- seventh .birthday ot Mrs. C. L. Stuckslagcr. Those present were Mr. and _Mrs. Stuckslager, their three sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Risbeck, fti. and. Mrs. J. H. Luce and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Evans, and grandchildren, C. J., W. L,, Elvira and Harrison Evans, and Mrs. William Moore and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stickel of Dawson. Mr. Stickol is a brother of Mrs. Sluck~ slagcr. C. D. OF A. WILL HOLD SOCIAL MONDAY NIGHT Court Annunciata, Catholic Daughters of America, will hold a social for members and friends Monday night at 8:15 o'clock at the Knights of Columbus rooms, Dunn-Evans building, North Pittsburg street. Cards and bingo will be played. Benefit Card Fort}. A benefit card and bingo parly will be given Monday night by the Ladies' Auxiliary to the South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Company. The firemen's room will be the scene ot the event. The Orpheum Theatre was again filled to capacity Friday morning for the closing session of The Courier's annual cooking school. Mrs. Henry W. McRobble, president of tho Woman's Culture Club, presented Mrs Dorothy Bathgate, cooking school lecturer, and girl members ot the senior class of the High School were ushers. They included, Jo Winterhalter, Esther Younkin, Mary Ellen Shtvcs, Sylvia Schmidle, Mary Louise Bcrkcy, Audrey Percy, Pauline Kooscr and Eleanor Brown. Forty prizes were awarded as follows: Basket of groceries, Mrs Harry Mitchell, city. Thirty minute bread, Mrs. Steve Gcbe, South Connellsvillc. Basket of groceries Mrs W L. Wright, city. Five large boxes of Rinso, Mrs C. N. Stafford, city. Hot potato salad, Mrs. Charles Kraynak, city. Twenty-four and a halt pound sack of Pillsbury's flour, Mrs. W. H. Hixcnbaugh, city. Three cans of Spry shortening, Mrs. Fred Joy, Poplar Grove. Apricot pudding, Naomi Siesky, South Conncllsville. Basket ot groceries, Mrs. Nellie Vcneraky, city. Three one-pound cans of Spry shortening, Pauline TVf. Kooser, nty. Waffle iron, donated by Service Radio and Electric Company, Mrs. Smith Murray, city. Basket of groceries, Mrs Ralph Helms, South Conncllsville. Hot potato salad, Mrs Clara Dclter, city. Three-pound can of Spry shortening, Mrs Agnes Bair, city. Thirty-mimile bread, Mrs Harold W. Gore, city. Basket of groceries, Mre. George Evans, city. I. E. S. table lamp, donated by West Pcnn Power Company, Mrs. Hose Galiardi. Hot potato salad, Mrs C. E. Pink- crton. South Conncllsvillc. Three one-pound cans of Spry shortening, Vane Laughrey, Mill Run. Box of Pillsbury Snow Shcan cake flour, Mrs Cells Couchcr.our, city Five large boxes of Rinso, Mrs. Edwark Clark, city. Basket oT groceries, Mrs Louise DcLucas, city. Broiler meal, Mr* Ruth Kunkle, city. Three pound cnn ot Spry shortening, Mary Salatlno Box of Pillsbury's Snow Sheen cake Hour, Elizabeth Miller, Con- ncllsville, H. D. I. Basket of groceries, Mrs. Fred Mc- Elhancy, city. Three one-pound cans of Spry shortening, Mrs Mary E. Sommeru, city. Twenty-four and a half pound sack of Pillsbury's dour, Stella Clark, city. Basket of groceries, Mrs Harry Younkin, city Box of Pillsbury's Snow Sheen cake flour, Miss Bertha Hcgncr, Dun- SO REASON TO PASS WEAKNESS IS never an excuse ,fbr passing an informative or takeout double. In fact, it la the con- Itrary. The weaker the hand, the moro Important It In to bid some ault of four or more cards, unless tho only such suit Is one called by tho opponents, In which event the iplayer with a weak hand can take ja chance on shorter suit, prefer- lably n minor. To 1 pass the double {with a weak hand means simply (presenting the opponent* a gift of «ome hundreds of points. 4 J 10 4 2 » A K J s: (J » 1 0 8 f i 4 2 » K J 1 0 5 ? ^ 4 Q 8 S 2 " 6 - 4 A 8 7 6 »None 4 A 7 6 4 * A J 10 7 3 "(Dealer: South. Both ilde* vulnerable.) With both aides vulnerable in a rubber gamo. South bid 1-Club here, WesX doubled, North passed and jo did East. South redoubled | and-West passed to ie« what nc- I tlon Coat would now take when tho bidding got around to him. East still passed. but West led the spade 2, wnlch declarer won with the Q. He now played the diamond 9, which he won with the A. A diamond was ruffed In dummy and a hoart In the South hand. Diamonds and hearts were ruffed for three rounds and tho declarer ended by making five. When West remonstrated with his partner for taking no action In response to his double, East'i retort was that hs held nothing and that 1-CIub, redoubled, would not give them game. He failed to reckon what the vulnerable overtricks amounted to. Tomorrow*! Problem 4 A K J 7 6 5 15 + 9 3 7 8 4 4 Q 10 » 3 2 jNe · 8 7 6 3 2 + 1 0 3 2 8 6 4 3 2 (Dealer: West. North-South vulnerable.) --~ ~ Bow should UK bidding proceed on this deal after West's 1-Club bid I NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD MT. PLEASANT HAS HOSPITAL "GIFT D A Y " . Will Meet January 30. The Ladies' Aid of the German Lutheran Church will meet Sunday afternoon, January 20, at the home of Mrs. Carl Sandusky. School Emergency · Lighting System Now Works Again Pending a re-inspection by a representative of the Department of Labor Industry, the emergency lighting system of the Conncllsville High School has been put into working order again, it was learned yesterday afternoon. · An electrician, "called m after tho department h^d ordered the auditorium kept closed at night, found the greatest trouble with the system was i short circuit, which created a 'leak." Twenty-three of the 63 cells in tho batteries were worn out and had to be replaced. - It WES said that the system" Is no- capable of carrying th lighting load for an hour and a half. Although the district was notified as long ago as last March to put the system In shape, it was not until a State inspector early this week ordered the school authorities not to use the auditorium at night that action was taken to remedy the situation bar. Basket of groceries, Mrs M. Shimi- galsky. Trotter. Biskct of groceries, Came Shaffer, city. Five large packages of Hinso, Mrs Graydon Whipkcy, Country Club rond. Thirty-minute bread, Mrs Clyde Stewart, South Conncllsvtlle. Pyrex double boiler, donated by Louck's Hardware Company, Agnea Cope, city. Basket ot groceries, Laura M Morejand, city. Ham loaf and vegetables, Mrs. James Llntcman, Star Route, Con- nellsvillc, Basket of groceries, Mrs K L Marietta. Plank steak, Miss Minerva Kcffer, Poplar Grove. Basket of groceries, Loietta Tax- acher, Connellsville, R. D Baskets of groceries were donated by the Lever Brothers Company, Kellogg Company, Fayctte Baking Company, Farmers' Co-opcratKc Dairy Company and Pillsbury Flour Mills Company. DANCETONIGHT John Kiferle and His Orchestra LAZY HOUR RANCH "o Coier. o Minimum Former Boat Captain Dies. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 22--Captain 'William F. Jameson, 85, who boated on Pittsburgh rivers .it the ago of nine, died yesterday at the home ot a daughter in Wllkm^burg. He retired from the rivcri 25 years ago and entered the insurance business MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 22.-The Hospital Aid Society of Frlck Memorial Hospital held ils annual donation day on Friday from 2 until 5 o'clock. The following donations were received: One mattress, several bunches ot spring flowers, 23 bath towels, six wash cloths, 11 pairs pillow cases, 10 sheets, six knives, six forks, one butter knife, one sugar shell, one jelly spoon, 27 cakes of soap, one baby blanket, four baby kimonas, six baby shirts, one child's bath robe, eight pillows, four blankets, 75 glasses ot Jelly, six pints ot jelly, nine pints of preserves, 25'/4 quarts canned fruit, three cans vegetables, two hams, two pounds brown sugar, 50 pounds cane sugar, 150 pounds of flour, three pints of pickles, three bushels of apples, two quarts sauerkraut, two tans shrimp, one quart apple butter, one pint mincemeat, three pints of tomato juice. Cash donationi will be announced later More than ever the hospital needs the help of the public because ot the incrcaj-cd number of charity patients In 1937 the hospital cared for ],572 paticnti Pay patients numbered 1,207; -free patients, 364; hospital days, 13,718; hospital free days, 4,112; births, 248; accidents, 247; total cost, $51,534.73; core ol free service, ?14,01445; State appropriations, $11,000. The officers of the hospital aid are. President, Mr-, Paul J. Bycrs; vice- president, MM J. R Madden; second vice-president, Mrs. J. R. Wood; district v ice-presidents, Ruffsdale, Mrs. C. H. Poole; Kccksburg, Mrs. Iruh Keck; Scottdale, Miss Grace Lynn; recording secretary, Mrs. Jess S, Mullln; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Morris N. Pigman, and treasurer, Mrs. James S. Braddock. Tho committees in charge were. Hostess, Mrs. Susan Kennedy, Mrs, George W. -Stoncr, Mrs. Margaret Pigmon, Mrs. Elizabeth Humbnugh Mrs. Cora Patterson and Miss Nellie Rupert; ten, Miss Irene Husband Mrs. John Bnrnhart, Mrs S. N. Warden, Mrs. Mycr Posner, Mrs. C. B Shupc, Mrs. C. L. DcPricst, Mrs. J S. Blackburn, Miss Sarah Horner Mrs. Edward Gridler, Mn, Thomas W. Jones, Mrs Russell J. Myers, Mrs Lloyd F. Rumbaugh and Mrs. Lyals Moms. Elks Have Dinner. Mount Pleasant Elks held their annual sea food dinner for members a the club rooms on Friday evening Sin. Barnhui Speaks. Mrs. V. O. Bnrnhart of West Main street was speaker at the rcgula meeting of the Trt-Hl-Y Club, held in Bnmsay High School, on Friday e\ cning. Revival Classes Sunday. The revival services being held m the United Brethren Church wil close Sunday evening when the pns tor. Rev. E G. Sawyer, will preach on "Unpardonable Sin or Crossin; the Dead Line." At this service th newly organized junior choir wil also make its appearance. This choir ii under the directlo ot Mrs, John Erwln, Mrs Home Boyer and Mn. Leo Schumakcr. Bible Cliis Electl. The Ladies' Bible Class of the Re Connellsville Firemen Will Hold Banquet Tonight The annual banquet of the South Connellsvillc Volunteer Fire Department will be held tonight at 7 'clock at the flrc station. Covers vill bo laid for about 10. Rev. W. S, Harr will give the m- ocation and talks will be made by ifflccrs ot the borough and the flrc department. M. B. Prycc will be toastmastcr. Five Children Quarantined. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 2 2 -- F i v e chool children in the family of Villlam Lantz are under a scarlet ever quarantine. union Presbyterian Church held its mual meeting Tuesday evening at he homo of Mrs. M. W. Homer in ,1am street. A covered-dish dinner vas held. Officers chosen for the year were: President, Mrs. M. W. lorner, vice-president, Mrs. D. H. Sonci. secretary, Miss Viola Stevenson, and treasurer, Mrs. Janet Cope- and. Mulewlcz Funeral Monday. The funcr.il service for Marion MlsievJcz, who died nt Fritk Memorial Hospital on Thursday night at 9 o'clock, will be held Monday morn- ng at 9 o'clock at the Transfigura- lon Polish Church. Interment will :.- m Transfiguration Cemetery, Marion Mislewicz wns the son of Jacob and Helen Misicwicz of Standard. He was admitted to the hospital it 6 30 o'clock Friday evening suffering with a kidney condition. Besides his parents he is survived sy the following brothers and sisters: Stanley. Edward, Eugene, Richard, Jean, Dorothy and Irene at "home. Charles Sandusky Buried. The funeral service for Charles Sandusky of Cleveland, Ohio, was held this afternoon in Trinity Lutheran Church in charge of the pastor. Rev. George C. Booth Interment was in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Mr. Sandusky, 14, years old, was a former resident of this place. The body arrived Friday and was taken to the Luther J. Grimm funeral home in East Main street. Besides his wife, Mis Louis Snndusky, he is survived by the following children: Mrs. August Kurtz, Westmoreland Homesteads; Mrs. William Bewley, Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs Lawrence Weaver, Mount Pleasant; Mrs. Gus Rudy, Pittsburgh and Mrs. Don Gilbert, Los Angeles, Cal. Eighteen grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Mane Roscndalc of Connellsville also survifc. SIptclal to Th« Courier* SCOTTDALE, Jan 22 --Awards were given seven members of the Leaders C^ub of the Y. M. C. A. on Friday evening. Awards in the holiday game room tournament were also presented eight winners A covered-dish dinnei was held at the Y, with Huddy Gordon, who had charge of the tournament, in charge Ray Kurd, chairman of the physical department, presented the Leaders Club emblems to Don Randolph, Jack Harris, August Worry, George Lockard, Jack Randolph, Harold Randolph and "Pud" Lambert. S B. Bulick, chairman of the Boys' Work Department, presented awards in the game-room tournament held during tho holidays, to the following. High school cue roque and chess, August Worry; high school ping pong, Robert Claraval; high school checkers, Joe Momyer; grade school, cue roquc, Steve Bybcl; grade school ping pong and checkers, Sam Scardina. Prep class ping pong, Albert Hemp, Jr ; cue roque, Bob Randolph; checkers, Walter Edge, Jr. Sportsmen Elect Monday. The Scottdale Sportsmen's Association will hold its annual election ot officers in the Odd Fellows Hall on Monday evening. TrI-Hl-Y Counsellor. Mrs. William Cox has been named counsellor for the Alpha Tri-Hl-Y for the balance of tho year. She will replace Miss Nelda Darling, who had to resign because she will be coach- Ing the high school Junior class play. Choir to Give Program. The Methodist Episcopal choir will present a program before the Monday Music Club at its regular meeting, to be held in the Presbyterian Church, on Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Walter Edge will be director. Mill Belnc Razed. The American Bridge Company on Friday began razing the Scottdale plant of the American Sheet and Tin Plato Company. The mill has not been in operation since 1930. While nothing official could be learned, i is understood that the building wii: be reconstructed at Duquosne. Rev. Krupp Has Service. Rev. George R. Krupp of Connellsville conducted a service at the United Presbyterian Church on Friday evening, and on Sunday afternoon will have the communion service at 2 30 o'clock. There will be no preaching service at the church on Sunday morning. Class to Open Service. Superintendent J. W. Beadling has announced that Walter Newcomer' class will have charge of the openinj exercises at the Methodist Episcopa Sunday School on Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Milk Bottle Deposit Enforcement Begins UNIOOTOWN, Jan.-22.--Enforcement of ulic live-cent deposit on milk bottles was inaugurated by special agcnU at the State Milk Control Commission who came into Fayctte county TJhuisday. The deposit must be charged on all containeis of milk sold by retail stores or at road stands. "Dealers aren't interested in the nickel deposit as the bottle costs more than that," an official said. "Storekeepers first warned o£ the iew regulation and then found guilty f violating the commission's ruling Ml be subject to penalties," B. H. larding, chief enforcement officer or Western Pennsylvania, said. V Here's \ a Better Deal Will Probated. GHEENSBURG, Jan. 22.--The will of Barbara R. Byers, late of Mount Pleasant, was probated here. The personal estate is valued at $3,500 with Margaret J. Barnhart as executrix. The estate has been willed to relatives. GOSSIP Friends and neighbors often tell each other from experience ot the value of Father John's Medicine JOT colds and a proven body builder. Must be good to be in use over 80 years. 83 YEARS I.V USE Licensed to Marry. Samuel Miller of Dunbar and Josephine Masterbray ot Lclsenrmg, Fred Martin and Edith Fortcrfleld, both of Malcroft, Harry C. Crory and Helen Grabiak, both of Jefferson township, were licensed to wed at Uniontown. You Save by Buying Now Roiling Out Thousands of rolls of Wall Paper to make room for thousands of rolls of Wall Paper Roiling In ' Buy Now and Save. Reductions of to Off Our Regular liow Prices. M. Bernardo 5 10c Wall Paper Paint Co. - 109-113 W. Apple Street, Phone 968. Connellsville, P*. . ron COLDS 4UD BODY BUILDING TfMAGINE if you can, -what a groat ·11 punishment it will le to those who are to follow their loved ones who have departed from this earth and gone to that perpetual happiness, whore thoy will be denied that blessed reunion with those loved ones who gained such a reward. thC3 3. PITTSBURGH ST. COMNELLSVlUt, RA. 1 Employ No .Agents or Soficatof^" Mr. Businessman ...You'// Like the Goodwin Service You know the importance of correct appearance in business, so we won't explain that. Perhaps you didn't know this, thought... Goodwin's clean clothes so that they look like new. We employ the latest scientific methods of cleaning, and the operators who clean your clothes are just as skilled in their line as you are in yours. i Phone GOODWIN COjnc Cleaners Dyers COMXELLSVILLE, PA.

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