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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 2, 1938
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PAGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1D3S. By LYNNS B. KINCELL Coker Debaters Appear on Program. At Meeting of Junior Culture Club Appearing as guest entertainers at a meeting o£ the Junior Culture Club Tuesday night, members of lha Cokcr Debating Team of the" Con- rellsville .High Schuol presented a debate,-"Resolved;-That : the 'Several States^ Should _Adopt a Unicameral System of Legislation."-- Affirmative debaters were Sara Bailey and Thomas Floto and negative, Henry McRobbie, Jr., and John Munson. Debaters were introduced by David Guhl. member of the High School faculty. Each dcbrtcr save an interesting discussion of the subject and the debate as a whole was well presented. Pennsylvania has the bicameral system' ol legislation. Miss Helen Grey arranged pleasing musical program. It was: .Piano solos, "Manhattan Serenade' and "Soliloquy," Mrs. Carl S. Horner. Violin duct, "Petit Duo Sym- phonlque," Betty Jordan and Charles Robinson, with Miss Virginia Graham at the piano. ' Vocal solos, "Tango o£ the Rose," and "Ho! Mr. Piper," Miss Yolando Fasola, accompanied by Miss Graham. The president. Miss Louise Wilhelm, presided over the business session. Two new members, June Nor- ns and Jean Bunting, were received Lunch was served by the hostesses Miss Evelyn Moore, Miss Nevada Bishop, Miss Virginia Morcland, Miss Cyrilla Welsh, Mrs. Elva Groschen Miss Mario Lavtderback and Miss Anna Rankin. The meeting was helt at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library and was well attended · The reception room was dccoratoc In keeping with Valentine Centering the table, which Day wa: covered .with a lovely lace cloth, was a mirror on which were several crystal figures. The mirror was outlined In hearts and tall red tapers in crystal holders graced either end o the table. Class of 1928 Holds Get-Together Meeting; Reunion Is Plannec Convention Reports . Presented at Session Of Jewish Council The Class of 1928 of the Connclls ville High School Tield a get-togcthe meeting Tuesday evening at the Y M- C. -A., at which time it was dc cidcd to hold a class reunion som tune in June. - The.following committee ch,"Jrmcn weia-appointcd: Arrangements and decorations, Dr. George Dull; rc- jCCcshments, Betty Soxman; program, Hose Sine; reception, Wilbert Echard; publicity,:Harriet McClelland; invitation, Marguerite Scchlcr and Olive Cox; transportation, Sherrlck Fisher. %.The next, meeting of the class Is iS lie held THursday, February 17, £t ~ DeMuth's flower shop. Every member o£ the class is urged to be present. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN HOLD JOINT MEETNG Mrs. William Wishart and Mrs. T. O. MetcaU were hostesses to the members of the Woman's Misisonary Society anc. the Whatsoever Circle o£ the King's Daughters of the First Presbyterian Church Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Wishart's home in South Pittsburg street. Twenty- eight members were present. Mrs. Arthur P. Freed was devotional ' leader. A memorial service was .held for Mrs. John G. Haynes, who was president of the Women's Mis- Reports of the triennial convention if the National Council of Jewish ffemen in Pittsburgh last week caturcd the meeting of the Council if Jewish Women Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. G. C. Davids_n of Race street. The president ,Irs. M. M. Snydei, gave a report of tho flrst three days of the convcn- ,ion. Mrs. A. I, Daniels finished the report, giving outline of the last two days. Mrs. Daniels also read a paper on "City Government," out- inlng the workings of the government the number of officers, dutfcs of officers, etc. After business the hostess served ;a The next meeting will be at tho home of Mrs. A. I Daniels of Ens Crawford avenue Tuesday evening March 1, at 8 o'clock. PLANS FOR DAY OF PRAYER DISCUSSED AT CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY MEETING At the February meeting of th Women's Missionary Society of th First Christian Church, held Tues day afternoon at the social room o the church, Mrs. A. D. Soisson president, presided and spoke of th annual World Day of Prayer to be held Friday, March 4, at the Firs Christian Church. Committee named by Mrs. Soisson for the da; re: Lunch--Mrs. Erne Reynolds, Mrs A. C. Hcrwlck, Mrs. M. H. Younkii and Mrs. George Freeman Reception--Mrs. Ross W. Show man, Mrs. D. D. Brooks, Mrs. E. C Gibbons, Mrs. J. Earle Hlldcbrand Mrs. J. B. Kerns, Mrs. J. Frank Rus and Mrs. Sarah Douglass. Mr? Carroll B. Fisher will review th missionary book at the morning ses sion. The meeting opened with n hymn "Send the Light." Prayer by Mrs Merrill L. Cadwell followed. An of fcrlng was taken for the Clcvelan Orphanage. Mrs. Cadwell spoke ot the comln visit of Dr. C. L. Plckctt, missionary to the church on Thursday evening February 10. Fmnl arrangement for the meeting will be made late Devotions were in charge of Mrs John Martin, who gave a few re marks concerning Islam and Mo lammed. Mrs. J. Frank Rus n charge of the literary program spoke on "Moslem and Islam," aftc which she gave a beautiful poem 'Spirit of God" Mrs. Lcland Whipkcy sani 'Prayer Perfect,'" with Mrs. Cadv/e at the piano. Papers were rend by the following: "Moslem in Congo and Morals in tho Philippine Islands," Mrs. W. H. Bcrger; "Among Moslems In China," Mrs. Cadwell; "Mosque and Minarets," Mrs. J. B. Kerns. Members reported on the sick list are Mrs. W. W Kern, Mrs. Ina Moss, Mrs. M. J. Taylor and Mrs. Harry Hopkins The February committee composed of Mrs. Jesse Barnes, Mrs. J. Melvin Grey, and Mrs.,W. W. Kern, served lunch. The next meeting, on March 3, will bo In the form Of, .1 1 o'clock luncheon Hostesses,.arc. Mrs. J Earle Hildebrand, Mrs. D. D. Brooks and Mrs J. D. Mortimer Mrs. A D. Soisson will lead tho'dcvolionals slonary Society, until her death week ago Tuesday. -Mrs, S. C. Campbell, flrst vice- president, presided at the session of tHe missionary society and Mrs. S. R. Cox, prcsTdenf, has charge of the King's Daughters meeting. Mrs. B Jr Hooper rcad_a_papcr_-on ."The Rural Churches In America, 1 ; Mrs Campbell appointed a ^nominating cj2mmittcerto_select offlcorjs for-the ensuing year. A- committee "for a food sale this month was also named. The treasurers of both organizations reported a tidy balance on hand. ~~At the close ol the business sessions, the hostesses served delicious refreshments. ^Mrs. Henry W. McRobbie will entertain the King's Daughters Saturday, February 26, at her home In Spydcr street. r With Sliss Sadie Kooser. _The Carrie Kenyon Auxiliary of the FUst Methodist Episcopal Church nfct Friday night at the home, ol Miss, Sadie Kooser In East Apple street. Nineteen members were present. The president. Miss Anna Horner, had charge of the meeting. Miss Mary Murrle led the devotionals. Mrs. George L. Owrcy reviewed the chapters ol the book, Mecca and Beyond, telling of some of the changes taking place among the Moslems In Turkey, Persia and India. Miss Horner: gave an interesting account of her recent tdprio Florida. Lunch, ·was served by. Mrs. Goodwin; Mrs. E. A. Glotfelty and Miss Kooser. ~ " Meeting Postponed. A meeting of the Lottie A. Bradley Class of the South Connellsville Evangelical Church which was to have been held Thursday night~of tills week has been postponed to TISursday, February 10. A covcrcd- disTi supper will be served at G o'clock at the church social room. "Westminster Class to Meet. The Westminster Class of the First Presbyterian Church will mcei Thursday evening at the home of Bliss Alice Cropp in Chestnut street, i D. G. Essingstons Of Perry Township Married 60 Years Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Essington, 'ell-known couple of Perry town- hip, had the happy privilege of cele- ratmg their sixtieth wedding an- iversary Sunday at their home on farm near Perryopolis. The date £ their marriage fell on Monday ut the observance was advanced a ay so that members of the family ould be present for the occasion, vhlch was featured by a family diner, the menu consisting o£ chicken nd all the trimmings. Mr. nnd Irs. Essington's three daughters, Vliss Olive Essington, at home; Mrs. Jruce Cunningham of Conncllsville, nd Mrs. A. L. Byers of Morgan- own, W. Va., and their son, William Islington, ol Perryopolis, were present. Other guests Included their daughter-in-law, .Mrs. William Essington, a son-in-law, Bruce Cunningham; Billy Essington ol Perryopolis, Robert, ,Elspclh, Lorah and tfancy Byei» ot Morgantown and Urs. Paul Seesc o£ Connollsville, grandchildren; Mrs. J. S. Bycrs and son, Billy, of Morgantown, and Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Lynch and daughter, Mrs. Earl Hixcnbaugh, of Perryopolis. Mr. Lynch, n nephew of Mr. nnd Mrs. Essington, attended their wedding, he being but foui years old, and was also present at the celebration of their golden anniversary which was attended by seventy- seven guests. - - Kir. and Mrs. Essington were married January 31, 1878, by Rev. William R. Patton, who was pabtor of the Flatwoods Baptist Church at that time. Mrs. Essington Is the former Miss Frances Murphy, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murphy, and the wedding took place nt the Murphy home in Jefferson township. After their marriage the couple went to housekeeping on a farm in Jefferson township, moving from there fifty-live years ago to their present home. Both enjoy fine health. Mi. Essington, who is 81 years old, was engaged in farming for many years, returning about six years ago. He and his bride of sixty years ago are members of the First To Run for Governor? Baptist Church of Unlontown. Essington is 85 years old. Mrs. I. C. Athletic Council Gives Successful Party Lnrge and enjoyable wa* a bcnefl! card and bingo party given Monday night by the Athletic Council of the Immaculate Conception Church. The church hall was the scene of the benefit nnd many tables were arranged for devotees of the games Prizes were awarded to the following: Bridge--high. Mrs. Milton V Mrs. Eagcne Tnlmadgo ... gubernatorial candidate? Southern whisper* have It that Mrs. Eugene Talmadge, wlf« of the former anti-New Deal governor of Georgia, may herself b« a gubernatorial candidate this year. --Central Prett BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y Tho Authority oa Authorities" YOUK LOSSES J and a club returned, which WHEN YOU hold the ace, jack i,uiith won with the A. Having lost and ten of a suit, you arc In dan- three Irlckil, .South hoped the sec- gcr of losing two tricks If the king ond heart flncsso would be nuccc-a- and queen alt over that comblno- ful. When (his hopes were not Science Progranv Will Be Given at Meeting Of Vanderbilt Club Mrs. O. S. Oglevcc will be hostess at the February meeting of the Saturday Afternoon Club of Vanderbilt Saturday afternoon at her home at Liberty. The program theme is "Science." Mrs. Clyde F. Randolph will be leader and papers will be read ni follows: "Synthetic Fabrics," Mrs. Howard Dunn; "Platinum," Mrs. Ellis Gault; "Modern Metals," Miss Alpha French. The meeting will begin at 2:30 o'clock. WESTMORELAND COUNTY FEDERATED CLUBS WILL MEET IN GKEENSBURG E J Rose of the Federated Bureau of Investigation will speak t . "Crime Prevention" at the 28th sr -ing meeting of the Westmoreland County Federation of Women's Clubi which will be held Thursday, March 3, at the Penn Albert Hotel, Greensburg The Woman's Club of Irwln will be hostess. Election of officers will take place at the morning session. The presl- d^nts' conference will be held In the Rose Room during the luncheon hour. tlon utth an extra cord to guard them. Even with Unit situation, you can limit your losses to one trick In tho suit U you get that opponent Into a. position which compels him, after winning one trick, to lead tho milt back to you, or leave him no alternative except to lead some other suit which will afford you a "ruff and discard" because you are void In both hands, each possessing one or more trumps. « Q J 7 \ Z V A J 1C 8 *J10 + K 8 »T63~ V. V K Q » + Q 8 7 * ¥ (4 + A . K 9 6 2 + QJ106 * s *9S * A K S 8 3 « 6 4 2 « 5 3 + A 7 4 (Dealer: South. Both sides vulnerable.) Hera South opened with 1-Spadc, North raised to three and South bid four. The club Q was the original lead, which the declarer won with the 1C In dummy. Three rounds of trumps followed and then the heart 10 was finessed, losing tho Q. Th« diamonds A and K were ANN ELIZABETH MACZKO OF DAWSO.V HONORED Ann Elizabeth Maczko, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Maczko of Dawson, celebrated her seventh birthday with a surprise party Sunday. A seven-course dinner was served, places being laid for thirteen of the little honorec's friends. After the dinner Elizabeth Ann's father gave a surprise bingo fete party for realized, he found himself one trick short of his contract. As It was quite evident that the two losing diamonds would be cashed as soon as the opponents gained the lead. South had a sure way to make his contract. After winning the first club trick and drawing trumps, a club to the A should have followed and then a. club ruff. Now the diamond '0 should have been offered, which Bast would have won. After cashing the other winning diamond, East would haw had to return a diamond or a heart, and South would have lost only three tricks. · · · Tomorrow's Problem N + Q10 » J 0 6 * « 8 4 4.KQ 9 7 2 A J 9 8 4 2 jy. 4 7 6 5 3 V A 10 2 -o ,.; » Q 8 3 J f l 5 2 ^ 4K108 4,63 5- * A 8 4 + A K « K 7 B · A Q J 7 3 4.J10B (Dealer: North. Neither gide vulnerable.) What \t South'! beat procedure to make 3- No Trumps, after the lead of the spado 4? "Stcpplnc Stars" Review Postponed. Du? to the emergency lighting system In the High School Auditorium being out of repair, The Lee Winter Dance Studio has been compelled to postpone their First Juvenile Review, "Stepping Starr," scheduled for Monday, February 7th, to some later date. Kindly watch this paper for announcement of date. -- Advertisement. -- 2feb-lt. GREENWOOD FANCYWORK CLUB DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED Eight members ot the Greenwood Fancywork Club were delightfully entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Albofrt Dune at her home in Morrcll afccnue, Greenwood. ,, Fancyufoik and a social time were enjoyed jnd about 4:30 o'clock Mrs. Durle incited her fellow club members to the diningroom where a delicious chicken and biscuit dinner was served. Mrs. S. L. Miller of East Crawford avenue will be hostess at the March meeting. Will Meet at Brookvalc. The monthly meeting of the Gleaners Class o£ the Church of the Brethren will be held Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ralph Piper at Brookvale. Administrator Sues Himself. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M , Feb. 2. --John George Wagner sued himself in district court here and compromised tha suit with himself. He sued as administrator of the estate ol Came M Wagner and was defendant as administiator of the estate of Frank O. Wagner. the little guests and all had a fine time. Prizes of value were awarded. Mrs. Maczko, hostess, had aide, Mrs. Roy Wilkinson. as her Present were: Jojco Ann Goldsboro, Laura Mae Landymorc, Ann and Stacy Portor. Virginia and % V a r r c n Punclur. Joseph and Theresa Scarry, Victor Mnczko, Jr., and the little honor guest. MT. PLE\SANT TWF. MAN IS WED IN HAttlUSBUUG Mr and Mrs. Raymond Hoyle of . Grceniiburi; announce the marriage i«ui^: second. Henry Oppman; third,! of ,(,(.(,. daughter, Miss Eva Ho\lp, Mrs Fred S Oppcrm.m, fourth. Mrs to Pju! M Andrws, «on of Mr. anil W. H. Cunningham. Five hundred--high, William Doer- (Icr; second, Mrs. Catherine lllig; t: !rd, Mrs. J. M. Ritchcy; fourth, Mrs J. W. Elslcy. Bmjio--high, Georgia McLaughlin; second, Veronica Bradley, third. Emma Mcntzer; fourth, Catherine Mc- Clcary. Draw--Mrs McGrath and Catherine McCleary. Door--Mrs. Lcffley. and Mrs. Frank Showman will be program leader. LINDSAY WILSON HONORED - BY-'STAB JUNCTION FRIENDS Complimenting Lindsay Wilson, who was store manager for the Union Supply, Company at Star Juoc- .tion lor the past fpur;years, Mr. and Mrs. Frank~.Carr r ot: Star _ Junction gave a chicken supper,, guests "Including a~Jiurftber of Mr." Wilson's associates. After partaking of the bountiful meal, the men went to Community Hall where a large number of friends had assembled to wish Mr. Wiison, who has been transferred as manager of the company's store at West Lciscnring, success In his new home. Following n dainty lunch, served by the women, a beautiful easy chair was presented to Mr. Wilson. C. M. Thrasher was toasl- mtiitcr. Talks were given by Paul Ramsier, James Wolf, Mrs. Mamie Thompson, Dr, R. L. Cox and Frank Campbell. Mr. Wilson responded with a few well chosen remraks. The Wilsons resided In Connellsville before locating ot Star Junction. Mr. Wilson is a former manager of the Union Supply Company's store at Davidson. The Wilsons will move to West Lciscnring soon. GREENWOOD AH) SOCIETY TO MEET THURSDAY NIGHT A meeting of the Ladles' Aid Society o£-the- Greenwood Methodist "Episcopal Church will be held Thursday' evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ira Jnynes, Green street. Greenwood. Plans will be made for the annual firemen's banquet to be hold- Tuesday "evening, February 15, at "the" church" diningroom. A large attendance of members is desired. -- M'ACJHEH'l Xhtirsdnj, Feln-unry'8, 1088 7:00 P.-M. to 10:00 P. M. HAAS HOTJSK · 111 Soutli Water Street MRS. CARRIE MAE MOAG IS FETED BY WIN ONE CLASS The Win One Class of the First United Brethren Church met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs, Charles Lelghty in Snydcr street. Mrs. Theodore Mickey was leader, her theme being "Honoring Our Great Leaders." The program wjs: 'America, the Beautiful"; rcadnig, Mrs Jame* F Andrews of Mount township The ceremony took plnce Friday evening, January 28. ot the Home Baptist Church in Harnsbure. Rev. Finley Kccch officiated Mi** PcKRy Stover of Hamsburg was tin- bride's maid of honor and Grev DHTICS of Harrnburg served as the bridegroom's best man On their return from a visit in New York, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews will be at home after February 15 in Grcunsburg. Jnnrs Mill* Man Honored. A delightful surprl«e party was held Snturdny evening at the home of J. D Keller at Jones Mills In honor of his nineteenth birthday. At 10.30 o'clock n dainty lunch wai served by Mrs Benjamin Lcasurc, Mrs. Edward Crousc, Mrs. Nettle ^ ,° £ V mCOl 5 /") w ;' ihin £ on . Keller and Mrs. Inn CKerly. Music Mrs. Mickey, Scripture, Mrs. How- , wa , furnl8hcd by Benjamin Lcasurc ard Welsgerber; hymn, "Onward ^d , orii Johni of Joncs M |, IS! Pnu , Gudor, Peter Dclinc and Michael nnd Sh'llo Lodge to Meet. Shlio Lodge No. 103, Ladles' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet Thursday c cnlng at 7:30 o'clock at the B. O. Y. M. C. A. Called Meeting: TonlrliU Girls' Missionary Circle No. 5 of the First Methodist Protestant Church will l-old a called meeting Immediately after the mid-week prayer scr\lce tonight All girls arc asked to attend. Lee Etta Lodre to Meet. Lee Etta Lodge No. 515, Ladles' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet this evening at 7.30 o'clock at the B. O. Y. M. C. A. T CONSTIPATION 12 you suffer from common constipation, due to lack of bulk In the diet, harsh cathartics don't get at the cause of your trouble. You can a\ old this kind of constipation by eating Kellogg s All-Bran. This tasty cereal not only contains the Intestinal tonic vitamin B,, but also provides the bulk you need. It absorbs moisture... softens like a sponge into a water-softened mass that encourages and aids natural elimination. Use Kellogg's All-Bran in muQlns Or as a breakfast cereaL But eat All- Bran every day and drink plenty of water. Made by Kellogg at Battle Creelc. PEATHS TURKISHES SERUM FHEE~ 10 THE HEEDY-IF ORDERED BY A DOCTOR Get information PENNSYLVANIA DEFT. OF HEALTH PNEUMONIA CONTROL PROGRAM - Bulletin No.l ;George»H. Earle. Edith MacBride-Dexfer M. D. -;?-7.-G«yorn«r f ' \ ,. S e c r e t or y of Hea/f/t Christian Soldi-rs." Mrs. Sara Liston, president, had charge of the business session. Plans were made lor a covered-dish supper to be held March 3 The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Rev. E. A. Schultz. The class held a kitchen shower for Mrs. Carrie Mae Moag, who received many Jovcly gifts. llclous lunch was served A by de- the co-hosteiies, Mrs. Leighty and Miss Delia Mae Barnes Aides were Mrs. A. J. Hulflne, Mrs. Roy Elchcr, Mrs. Elmer Friend, Mrs Charles May and Mrs. A. K. Stephcnson. About forty members were present. SIRS. E. A. DUNN HOSTESS TO MARY E. DICK CLASS Mrs E A. Dunn was hostess at the February meeting ol tho Mary E Dick Bible Class of the First United Presbyterian Church Tuesday night at her home in Sycamore street. Mrb H. D. May conducted the devotional period and Mrs. J. French Kerr had charge ol the program which consisted of an Interesting paper on "The Life ol Amos," by Mrs. Sura LewcHyn. A business session, in charge ot the president, Mrs. W. B. Downs, was held. Routine business was taken care of. A delicious lunch was bcivcd by a committee. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Charles R. Graft in Orchard. With Mrs. Robert Boyd. The Thursday Afternoon Sewing Ciicle will meet Thursday afternoon at the home ol Mrs. Robert Boyd In Morrell avenue, Greenwood. CARD PARTY .TUXIOtt CTJJ/rUKE CLUB Bqncfit Eye Fund Thursday, Feb. 17th .Woman's Culture Club Rooms Auction and Contract Bridge, "500" and Bingo PRIZES LXJN'CH Admission 50c Joe Kernasky, all of Belle Vcmon. Piano, guitar, violin and banjo selections, Including mountain ballads, cowboy selections and other popular numbers were rendered. Guests were: Bert Crcighton, Mrs. Nettle Keller and Simon Keller of Ruds- dalc, Mr. and Mrs Edward Grouse of Hermmlc, Mr. and Mrs. John Keller, Roscoc, Woodrow, J. D., Mnnhall and Esther Keller, Gale and Martha Pyle, Opal Tmkcy, Mr. and Mrs. George Elchcr, Ruth richer, Arietta Collins, Clarence Ulcry, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leasurc, Johnny, Ralph, Charles and Bobby Ballo, all of Jones Mills, Fred, Pcrshlns, Billy and Charles Moy of Stahlstown, Mrs. Ina Overly,. Dorothy, Denver and Richard Ovcriy of Joncs Mills nnd the musicians from Belle Vcrnon. Encasement Announced. Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Mai Ian I. Hill, a lejcber in the Somerset High School, to Vernon O. Lease of Sloycstown, a member ot the faculty of the Som- cisct Townbhip High School. \J. P. Society to Meet. The Ladies' Aid and Missionary Society of the First United Presbyterian Church will hold its monthly meeting Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church. All members are urficd to attend. EXCURSION SUNDAY, FEB. 6th ROUND ^4^£ TRIP BALTIMORE, $4.75 I'rojn Counollsvllle, 1'n. Tickets Good In Conches on Train Lorn ing l:d- A. 31. Consult Ticket Agent for Details. BALTIMORE OHIO Leave Lady Luck at Home She is a dangerous guide for your shopping tours, thjs fickle lady. Let her smile, and bargains may be yours. But let her frown-or even lose interest--and you are likely to pc" more than you should, or bring home disappointing merchandise. Thrifty shoppers long ago left this unreliable lady in the lurch. They now plan their shopping tours as carefully as a master navigator plots his course. Their weather maps and charts are news of sales and up-to-the-hour information on new merchandise and today's prices. Where do they get this money-saving information in advance? From a source at your own finger-tips this very minute! Simply turn to the advertising pages of this paper. Settle down in your favorite chair, and look for the things you intend to buy on your next shopping trip. You'll be surprised at the number of them advertised. Compare de- scriptio-s, compare prices, and you will find out exactly where to get the things you want at your prices. So leave Lady Luck behind on your next shopping trip. Follow an ad-charted course instead, and enjoy safer shopping, with more and better merchandise for your money.

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