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T?AGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVIL-LE, PA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6,193 S. By LXNNE B. KJNCELL D. of U. V. Honors Department Head With Cpvered-Dish Supper A covered-dish supper was given Friday evening at 6 30 o'clock at Elks Hall by Emma B Goodyear Tent No. 46, Daughters of the Union Veterans. Tho suppcr_vvas beautifully appointed and was given in honor of the department president, Mrs. Anna Dolan^ of Pittsburgh Places were laid for fifteen.- Varicolored flowers adorned the table. , After the repast the regular meeting of the tent was,held with the new president, Mrs. John I. Zimmerman^in charge Mrs. Dolan installed officers whp were not present at the last meeting.- They are Chaplain, Mrs. Margaret Angle; patriotic instructor, Mrs. Sadie McChntock; guide," Miss Isnbclle Loomis; secre- taryv Mrs- Nelle Gangawere; color bearer No. 4, Mrs Hattie Plrl. Council No 1; Mrs. Minerva Johnston. Af the close of the meeting members and their guests went to the home of Mrs. Minerva Johnston, retiring president, in North Cottage avenue, where a delicious lunch was served. - The next meeting will be held Friday evening, February 18, at Elks Hall. It will be in the form of a Valentine party. BINGO SUPPLEMENTS MEETLVG _OF'DAWSOIr ALTAR SOCIETY ""A" well Attended meeting of the Altar Society of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Dawson was held Wednesday night at the home of-Mrs. John Ward. Final, returns of the recent bingo partywcre given and showed the benefit to have been a splendid , success. Miss Mary Brindlinger, president of the society, thanked all those who assisted with the party Plans were discussed for a-bndge and five hundred party to be held in the near future. After the meeting bingo was played, prizes being awarded to the following' High, Mrs. Owen Slavin; second, Mrs. John May; Jow, Mrs. Elizabeth Riley; door, Mrs. John Ward. At the close of the meeting Mrs. Ward served a dainty lunch. The next meeting will be held Wednesday night, March 2, at the church hall with Mrs. John Ferrari and Mrs. Owen Slavin co-hostesses. MRS. ROBERT BOYD HOSTESS TO AFTERNOON SEWING CIRCLE The Thursday Afternoon Sewing Circle held an enjoyable meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robert Boyd in Morrell avenue, Greenwood. The afternoon was spent at fancywork and later the hostess served a dainty lunch. Decorations were in keeping with Valentine Day. Favors.werc candy hearts. Two new members _were _rcceived into the circle. The next meeting' will be held Thursday afternoon, March 3, at the home ol Mrs. George Rowc of Brookvale. LEGION AUXILIARY WILL MEET MONDAY NGBT The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting Monday night at 7:30 o'clock at -the Lcg- Ino Home. Mrs. Sara Smith will gi\ e a report on the Tri-County Council meeting at Brownsville. DAUGHTERS OF RUTH CLASS WILL GIVE ANNUAL BANQUET The annual banquet of the Daughters of Ruth Bible Class of Trinity Lutheran Church will be held Tuesday night at 6 o'clock at the church dinlngroom. " After the repast the monthly business session will bo held. MRS. C/ROY HETZEL WILL _~" ENTERTALV OUTLOOK CLUB Mrs. C. Roy Helzcll will be hostess at the regular meeting of the Outlook Club Monday afternoon at 230 o'clock at her .home -in West Ccdor avenue. · ' Friday Night Q Club Meets. Thc-Friday Night Q Club was delightfully entertained at the home of Mrs. James Shaffer at Liberty Friday Icvenlng' with twelve members "and two guests, Mrs. Alice Shorbondy o£ Dawson and Mrs. Mary Sharp of Mount Pleasant, present. Mrs. Paul H. .Collins was · awarded the draw prize. ..The evening was 'spent -in fancywork. The hostess served a dc- kcious lunch, assisted by Mrs, Collins, and Miss Elizabeth. McCormicJc The next .meeting will be held at the hmc of Miss,CIara Stouffer at Daw- snn.., _ . , ' ,," Ola Mae Orbin Bride Of Emerson Bailing Mr. and Mrs. William Orbin of Everson announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Ola Mae Orbin, to Emerson Bailing of Evcrson. Tlie ceremony took" place Wednesday evening, February 2, at the Lutheran Church of Scottdalc. Rev. M. M Allbeck Officiated. TKANK OFFERING PROGRAM MARKS REGULAR MEETING OF U. B. MISSIONARY SOCIETY The annual thank offering meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of the First United Brethren Church was held Friday night at the church. The meeting opened with prayer by Mrs. S. K. Huey. -Mrs. E A Schultz, president, presided over the business session A · nominating committee comprising Mrs. C W. Kern, chairman, Mrs. J. R. Dunston, Mrs. Richard Ritenour nnd Mrs Ray Fos- bnnk, was named by the p-esldent. Mrs H C Shippy, thank offering secretary, had charge of the program. The subject was "At Work Through Our Thank Offering," the theme being. "I Must Be About My Fathir's Business," The program was' "Scripture," Mrs. R, D. Miller; poem, "Are You Thankful There Is Tinv Mrs. Shippy; hymn, "Whisper a Prayer," in unison; vocal solo, "O Master Workman of the Knee," Mrs. CX A. Durbm; poem. "Life More Abundant for African "Women," Mrs. O O Osterwisc, prayer, "For Our Missionary Areas in Africa," Mrs. G. R. Zimmerman; talk, "Women Vroik in China," Mrs. S L. Fletcher; prayer, "For Our Missionaries in China," Mrs. S K. Huey; short talk concerning the uork that is being done dono among the women and children in the United Brethren mission fields, Mrs. Shippy. After the jrogram each member went forward and presented her thank offering. A playlet, "The Queen of the Harvest," written and directed by Mrs. Osterwisc, was given Characters were. Thank offering Becrctarj, Mrs. Shippy; queen of the harvest, Miss Dorothy Kern; spirit of love, Miss Kathleen Hoover; voice of Scripture, Mrs. Ira D. Younkin; children, Martha Lawson and Anna Kathryn James. Mrs. C. A. Durbm was the soloist for the play and Mrs. Sara Llston was accompanist for the entire program. 'Xhc meeting closed with a prayer of consecration by Mrs. Schultz. MISSIONARY CIRCLE HOLDS THANK OFFERING MEETING Mlsisonary Circle No i of the First Methodist Protestant Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Violet Orbin of North Eighth street, West Side. Seven members and one guest were present Mrs. A. R. Mansberger conducted the devotionals and Mrs. D. W. Snyder had charge of the question box. It being the quarterly thank-offering, each member responded to the roll call with her favorite Bible verse. A social hour followed. The hostess assisted by Mri. Mary Reed, served a delicious lunch. Tho next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. A. R. Mansberger in East Crawford avenue. HOME MAKERS CLUB WILL HOLD ALL-DAY MEETING An all-day meeting of tho Home Makers Club of Lower Tyrone Township will be held Friday, February H. A demonstration of making bread and buns will be given. The meeting will begin at 9 o'clock. The club met Wednesday, J,muary 26, at Grange Hall. Mrs. Stahl Shal- lenbcrscr, president, opened the meeting. After a business session, Miss Mary Anderson, home ceo nomlst in- Fayctte county, look charge. The subject for discussion was "Parliamentary Procedure." BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN FOR PAUL SWEITZER, JR. Paul Sweitzcr, Jr, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sweitzcr of Johnstown, celebrated his second birthday Wednesday nt the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis C Gemas, North Eighth street, West Side. A birthday dinner was served, places being Inid for members of the family nnd a few small friends tif the little honor guest. A large birthday cake bearing two pink candles adorned the table Paul, Jr., received a number of beautiful gifts. Benefit Card, Bingo Party. -The Ladles' Auxiliary to the South Connellsvilie Volunteer Fire Company will give a caid and bingo party Monday night at the firemen's rooms. MT. PLEASANT HEALTH BOARD REORGANIZES Dr. W. H. Robinson Made President; Serving 13th Term., OTHER ITEMS ! OF INTEREST MOUNT PLEASANT, Fob 5.-Newly appointed members o£ the Board of Health, Dr. William H. Robinson, Richard Fox, Albert Cooper, Frank Pfrogner and Reuben Barnhart, orgaiizcd Thursday night. Dr. Robinson was named president and Richard Fox secretary. Dr Robinson is beginning his 13th year as a member of the board and Mr. Fox his second year. The balance of the members have never served before. Chester Whetscl was named health officer. The board decided to ask the residents of the borough to begin a cooperative movement to help clean up and to start by removing ashes and rubbish from alleys and from back yards. The health board has been inactiv e for some time and by pledging its support, council feels it has reached a much needed solution to many problems it has faced recently. To Do Red Cross Nursing. Miss Gcnevusvc Finnan of New Lexington, Ohio, has been named nurse for the Mount Pleasant Red Cross Chapter to work during absence of Mils Elizabeth B. Harper, who has been granted a four- month leave of absence to take n post graduate course at Duqucsne University. Miss Finnan will begin her work on Monday. California, Bishop ~Hfrf. Bishop I. D. Warner of California will be the guest speaker at the United Brethren Church Sunday evening at 7 30 o'clock. It Is Bishop Warner's first visit to Pennsylvania. Boy Scouts will attend the service in a body in observance of the opening of Scout Week. To Continue Revival. Revival sen-ices at the Church of God will be continued each evening next week at 7.30 o'clock. Rev. V. O Barnhart is In charge. The public is invited. Entertains Clxi*. Mr'. Paul Truxell of North Church street was hostess Friday evening to the Win One Class of the United Brethren Church nt its regular business and social meeting. Improves After Operation. Mary Jackson. u.ho underwent an rmergcncy operation at Frick Memorial Hospital Wednesday, Is getting along nlwly. Hand Cat In Fall. Mr*. Vincent Drcnak of Morewood sustained n deep laceration to her hand Thursday morning when she fell down the steps at her home A knife she was carrying at the time pierced the fle«h. Birth at Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pauline of Van Meter announce the birth of » son, welching eight nnd one half pounds, at Frick Memorial Hospital Friday afternoon Bullet Victim Improve*. The condition of Mrs Denver Shallenbcrgcr of Jacobs Creek, shot In the chest, Is considered lair at Frick Memorial Hospital. Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE, Fcb S --Mr. and Mrs George Wahler. Mrs. Gene Colllni, William Rafferty and Miss Llna Lee of Uniontown visited their grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Rnffcrty, who Is 111 at her home in Garrctt street. Mis* Gene Holt, nurse at Meadvlllc Hospital, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C Holt. Among visitors In Uniontown on Wednesday were Thomas Fleming, Robert Harris, Charles Smallcy, Leigh Show, Lcc Whlpkcy, Arlie Michaels and Wallace Burnworth Mr. and Mrs George Silbaugh and son of Hopwood visited Mrs Silbaugh's mother, Mrs. Lida Stuck, Thursday. William Mason, who has been a patient In Uniontown Hospital for the past three weeks, has returned to his home nt Kentuck Edwnrd Leonard is very ill at his Greenbrler home. Mr«. Mctzcar Uurled. The funeral for Mrs Elizabeth Metzgar wns held Thursday afternoon with a prayer at the home In West Tayette street followed by a service at the Lutheran Church with Dr. W. Jr. Hctrlck, pastor, officiating Pjllbcarers wcie MclvJn Keller, Roy Garner, Jesse Nichols, H. L. Silcox and Ralph and George Pnyder. Interment was in Hill Grove Cemetery. You can't drive Debt and Conscience in the same team. An insinuation will mar a woman's reputation, far more than a statement will. Regret is a terrible weakness. B9HZ51 PITTSBURGH ST. CONNEUSVTUt, { Off 3Z"J »rifJ *rj| IOBUKWI9T. kUMNCLUVrU£. ( l«¥t Res', az-fi 1 Employ No Agents cr SdidtoiS" BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WBUTJSN FOB CENTRAL KtESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Authorities" ' TUB PRINCIPAL yon I KTT.T.TNQ OFF ft side entry In the dummy. If it contains an almost set up suit, should be the paramount consideration of a defender v.ho la trylnrf to beat a no trump game contract. It his "covering on honor with an honor" may et up a side entry In tho dummy, ha should not follow that moth- eaten rule, but hold bn to hi* honor for the purpose of later blocking an entire suit. + J10 · 10 S f f * K Q J 7 5 4 Q S 4 V Q 10 5 2 + A 8 8 2 + A K 7 V A 8 6 + A 9 7 5 + 1° 9 S (Dealer: South. Neither tide vulnerable ) Tho bidding on thU deal wa* 1-No Trump by South, 2-Clubi by North, 2-No Trumps by South, 3- Qubs by North and 3-No Trumps by South. " - -. When the ipade 3 wan led, the 10 wna played from dummy. East put up the Q and South won with the K. The clubs were now started and when East took the third round with the A, ha returned a spade. North was able to win this with the spade J and cash tho two remaining clubs. Tho three made tricks, four clubs and two aces made his game contract. East was responsible for having allowed South to make a game. With the cards he held, it should have been evident to Mm that he could have prevented South from gaining an entry to the clubs when they wore sot up. On the first trick he should have ducked the spado 10 and allowed South to win it As East held the Q, that cult would not provide a late entry to the dummy, nor would hearts or diamond*. MONDAY'S PROBLEM 4 K Q10 6 5 3 4 8 7 4 »32 * K 10 6 2 # A Q 8 2 (Dealer: South. Both sides vulnerable.) What Is the correct- defense against South'* contract of i- Spodes, the club J being the opening lead? Dunbar Nears Goal in Fire Fund Campaign special to Tht Courier DUNBAR, Feb. 5--The drive for funds for the debt due on the fire truck is rapidly ncarlng completion nnd solicitors report generous contributions from citizens. Among the latest contributors are Frank Bruno, Mildred Blair, Mike Bell, Anthony Bell, Mrs Franclii Pope, Mrs. Mary Thomas, Miss Margaret Fowler, Mn. Jane Garripuccl, Clarence Martin, Joseph Padovini, Alex Ro«ome, Catherine Callahan, Wilbur Hardy, John Molt, Samuel Speight, Jacob Wilhelm, Mrs. Arthur McCu«kcr, Carmen Marchi- glanlo, Jae.i Bell, J O. C. Class of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Mr». Hiram Mitts, Mrs Rebecca Rodkcy, William Duncan, U. D Spccr. Mrs. Hester Paul, Herman Qualricrc, Mrs. R. G. Elscy, Mrs. H. R. Zctty, Mrs. Jacob Moore. Mrs Catherine Russell, Rev. O G. Cook, Mrs Robert Crowe, Mrs John Sanonc. Milton ClemenU, I Irs Wlllla Brownlcc, Mrs. Robert Berelter, Domlnlck Frick, Philip Emigh, Mrs Wash Provancc, Mrs. Stella Clark, Clyde Speight, Charles Hair, MIjs Elizabeth Fcrrcn, Howard Anderson, Paul Hosteller, Forget- Mc-Not Club, Methodht Protestant Church. Tri-HI-Y Newt. The regular meeting of the Tri-HU Y Club of the borough high ichool v.as held in the school Wednesday vlth all members and councillors present except the club pretldcnt, who was unable to attend owing to Illncsi. Vice-President Dorli Hair took charge. An interesting program on the life of famous authort was given It included "Life of Gcno Stratum Porter." Conccttn Caruso, "Life of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow," Florence Seaton; "Life of Boothe Tarrington," Rose L»Fica; "Life of Nathaniel Hawthorne," Anna Boguiky. Beginning the first of this month the club started using the individual point system, compoicd of 10 activities. The purpose of this system is to encourage the girl* to carry on numerous projects each month, and when the contest closes lit the end of the school term prizes will be awarded to those havng attained tho largest number of points. Other Items of Interest. Mrs Anna Gilchrlst, Miis Ethel Gllclin-it, Mrs William C. Gilchnst and Mrs. Samuel Harris of Bcthcl- boro were Thursday guests at tho home of Mrs S. L Johnston. Among local collcglatcs home for tho mid-semestor vacation were William nnd Paul Johnston of Washington and Jefferson College, Miss Marian Johnston and Miss Emily Greenwood of Grove City, Miss Louise Burhans of Hood College, Silvio DIBlasIo of Pitt and Harold MRS. DAVID WERTHEIMER, JR , IS HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. David Wcrthcimcr, -Jr, delightfully entertained the Foil Nile Bridge Club Friday evening at her home in the Colonial Apartments. Two tables were called into play for contract bridge, v Mrs. H. H An- dercggkWon high'prize and Mrs. Raymond Balscly draw. After the games the hostess served a delicious lunch, assisted by her *is- tcr, Mrs. Bervvyn Herbert. The beau tlfully appointed table was covered with a hand crocheted cloth and centered with a mound of spring floucrs. Tall yellow topers in silver holders, adorning cither end of the table, completed the decorative scheme. GENEVIEVE DAILEY BECOMES BRIDE OF ROBERT KUSbfcLL Miss Genevicve Dalley of Dunbar become the bride of Robert Russell of 316V4 East Crawford avenue on Friday evening. January 28, at the parsonage of St. Aloysius Catholic Church at Dunbar. Rev. John Lyons, pnjtor. officiated. The couple will reside here. Mr. Russell is employed by the Firestone Auto Supply and Service Stores Joseph Shal Honored. The home of Mr. and Mrs Ardrcw Shal at South Connellsvilie was the scene of a delightful surprise party given Tuesday night, the fete being In honor of the seventeenth birthday of their son, Joseph. Decorations suggestive of V-ilcntme Day were carried ou'~ Games nnd dnncfng wore the divi-mons of the evening, prizes Doing awardiH to Mils Gladys Sourd and Miss Wanita Hall. Mrs. Shal, assisted by her d.uightcr-jn-law, Mrs. John Sh.il, and M-s A. Baughman, served a dnlnty lunch. A birthday cake Iced In white nnd bearing the inscription "Happy Birthday Joseph" in red frosting, vvis bnkctl by the honor gueit's 6ister, Mrs. Albert BnuRhman. The guest of honor received many useful and attractive gifts Baker of Carnegie Tech. James Gilmore, who nUends Mount Union College at Alliance, Ohio, has completed his course of study and will return to the institution for commencement exercises. John Craig, aged Negro ex-slave, is seriously ill at his home In Brown Row. He was 92 years old last Juno 10. CARD PARTY TUESDAY, WC1JHUARY 8 St. Jolin's Soclitl Hull VV«t Side Auspices St. John's Choir "500" AND BINGO Door Prize. Admission SSc ConnellsvUle's Largest Selection! Now on Sa)e-10c to 25c Values! (her 25,000 Bolls in Tills Enormous Assortment. Modern Floral, Tiffany, Brush Tint, Blossom Time, Chintz, Chrome Blend, Water LII}, Coronado, THnrblesquc, Summertime. GOHGEOUS DESIGNS, SUJs'FAST COIOES Room Lots Suitable for any room. 10 rolls wall and 20 yards of boi der. $1.59 Room Lots To $3 value--Sun- fast colors Designs for any room. 10 wall, 20 yds. border, 6 ceiling. 89c Room Lots To S4 value T- high grade new engraved and embossed designs. 10 wall, 20 yards border, G ceil- mg $1.98 M. BERNARD0 5 10c Wall Paper Paint Go. 109-Jl:; \. Apple S!. 1'hone 0«S. LoiinellMillc, Pn. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD A'L: SCOTTDALE, Fcb. 5.--At the business meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Thursday reports were given | on rehabilitation, child welfare, Americanism, legislation and the work of the county council. Mrs. John Blxler, chairman of the social part of the program, presented the following program: Military tap dance, Patricia Bixlcr, piano solo, patriotic melodies, Maiy Jane Uber; humoious Negro dialect readings, Marjorie Dick; tap dance, Phyllis. Bixler; musical reading, Betty McClain; duct, "Little Old Lady' and "Minuet," Marilyn and Lucille Keis- tcr; and rhythm dance duet, Patricia and Phyllis Bixler. After the program there was a showing of a patriotic film, In color, entitled "Give Me Liberty." Bingo was played and prizes were awarded to Mrs John Bixler and Mrs. Raymond Clark. Junior auxiliary members, m colonial costumes, served the refreshments Mrs. Bixler had as the members of her committee, Mrs. Hazel Bixler, Mrs. Josephine Keistcr, Mrs. Von Hoffman, Mrs W J Shaffer and Mrs. Fred Collins A number of members of the Con- ncllsville auxiliary were present. Lutheran Topics Sunday. Dr. M. M. Allbcck, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, on Sunday morning will speak on the subject, "The Church, Her Transforming Power," and in the evening will talk on "The Secret of Moses' Choice." Irving Baughman will be the leader at the Epworth League service preceding the church service. Junior Fhllatheas Meet. Miss Dorothy Cramer was in charje of the meeting of the Junior Philnthca Class of the Baptist Church which followed a covered-dish supper held in the church Thursday evening. Decorations and the program presented were in keeping with Valentine Day. Miss Edith Marlln had charge of the devotions. The class had as its guests Rev. and Mrs. Roy E. Whittemorc and Miss Kate Lowe. Baptists Plan Revival. Beginning Sunday, February 20, revival services will be held at the First Baptist Church until March 6. In Charge of Service. Miss Reiley's class of the Methodist Episcopal Church will have charge of tho opening service at the Sunday school hour Sunday morning. It will be In the form of a missionary service. Budget Ready for Study. A preliminary budget of of the East Huntingdon township supervisors will be available at the First National Bank for the next 15 days for the citizens of East Huntingdon township who care to study the set-up. William O'Connor Die*. William O'Connor, a civil engineer, son of Mrs M E. O'Connor of West Pittsburg sticet, died Thursday night. Mr. O Connor was a World War veteran. Besides his mother he Is survived by one sister, Miss Winifred O'Connor of Scottdalc. Attendance Record Made. One of the largest crowds ever to attend a play ut the East Huntingdon Township High School was present Friday evening to witness the two- act opcictta, "Polly Make-Bclleve," m which 150 'tudcnts of the Junior high school and the 10 elementary schools took part. Mm W Ida Weibel, mu'ic supervisor in tlio township, had charge of the pl.iy snd was assisted by Miss Leona Lemmon. Principal Who Led Fighr to Oust Cage Coach Resigns Post I By United Prcsi DOTHAN, Ala, Feb. 5.--Love I tnumphed as school officials brought about a settlement of the local school strike which, had been in progress since Basketball Coach Hugh Wynn was fired two weeks ago for dating at girl student. After school authorities held a two-hour conference, it was announced that B. L Ward, principal, -/ who led the fight for Wynn's ouster had icsigned Although Coach Wynn has not been rehircd. County School Superintendent Solomon Baxcr announced that his application for a job will icceive the "consideration" of school officials Confluence CONFLUENCE, Feb. 5.-- Wilson A. Wright of Addison was a visitor here Wednesday. E. B Brown, a patient in Frantz Hospital after falling down stairs several days ago, is slowing improving. E. J. Shipley, auditor of Somerset county, Is meeting with other auditors In Somerset each day to go over county accounts. Mrs. T. R. Edgar Is improving after a long siege of poor health. Frank Bowlin of Connellsville was a recent visitor here. E L. Bcggs was in Mcycrsdale yesterday transacting business. At a regular meeting Tuesday in Odd Fellows Hall the Maccabees installed the following officers' Commander, Harry J. Hunter; lieutenant-commander, S. M. Firestone; chaplain, Grant Pyle; sergeant, Harry D. Hunter, Jr.; master-alarms, W. A. Burnworth; first master of guards, E E Jeffries; second master of guards, Raymond Mitchell; picket, Ralph Smith; sentinel, J. B. Hyatt After the service a lunch was served. Mrs. L. D. Show, who has been confined to her bed several weeks with asthma, is slightly improved. P. E. Vincent has returned from a business visit to Washington. Joseph Critchficld, a rural mail carrier, was a recent Pittsburgh visitor. Mrs. C. M. Cunningham has gone to Hngerstown, Md , to visit her biother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Thomas Wilson. She will also visit relatives in Baltimore. Mrs. Sterling Boyd of Uniontown is here assisting her mother, Mrs L D. Show, who has been ill some time. for vk co LD$ COUGHS DUE TO COLDS DANCE TONIGHT --to-John Kiferle and His Orchestra LAZY HOUR RANCH No Co\cr. No Minimum Send Us All Your "Cleanables' Phone cq ^ 813 TI«GOODWIN CO.- Cleaners Dyers

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