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March 5, 1930

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fl-TE DAILY COURIER, CONN ELLS /IKLE, PA, WEDNESDAY, M A i t O I ! ft, IL'30. Ptoud Mother! \ M ; vn H»-;S . f l ' M O K ·: I ' l . ' l ' l U K I I.I B M E K T I N ; : Mis:--, K d ; ! h l ' n : b i n v.as c h a i r m a n i ' i !ii« p r t i ; ; i ' . : ; i . · · . ) . - . - ; : u i i i t * f o r ( h e s e m i - i m o n t h l y - . i K - ' - r i i ; : i tr.ro C l u b l u s l :ii ;h at. tho ("'; W h i p k o y Stars" ; i i ; , J ' I! o was ; i.c c Mrs. l e l a n ! i n g y , " H o w and "Mother f r i b u f r - , : v ;;j i i l i c J u n i o r C u l - ; i t h e c l u b rooms ; I iHr;iry. Hobby - On a Diet." h i s mother, ' Two read- ' :ire Made." | co;-.- ! n p.\ t 1'V I ' m C .My ,Mni hcr-'.s i m p ' ; - . i * i by S. A h i p k e y . (.I-ci t l t t n o i i is I i'-r N'a,m\" wore J r i n i Koo.sor. Th» I.OC.U, K A S T K i n X T A K M'O.!·;. \ T T I - M ) DIS'I K I C T M E E T 1 X K A b o u t t h i r t y - l i v e i . e m b e r s l t h e ·d ;i moot inc of i"sday a f t e r n o o n Kino;- of (.Irani! Jessie K. Berlin lectiiii? watt liolri was followed by ·ck in the Belle. :iiscopal C h u r c h , r a p p r o x i m a t e l y period wiu', ;:ivei over to a vocal solo "Tlvo I'niran l.nvi- Soup." by Rood D n r bin of I):i.w.sou. ' ) l i v o Mwr^ ami M u r - jruorito O u r b i n , -n.cti mttoruuncii \ v i t h :i «ol danco. M:.-«s Prudence- W a l t e r s ! iil;ty-! t h e p i i n o ae corn p u n i n n - n t . | U'htetlin 1 -; solo:- wero given by Stcvo f'.Rutrmky, His «M faction* wero "The- Mockliu; Bird," UK! "Tho Pagan I*m ] Son?." I m i t a t i o n of sous birds a m i ) f a r m y a r d a n i m a ;, followed. Miss t'rn- j 'ienco W a l t e r s v M i i l e r o d a pi;ino solo, "N'ola." Tho no- it. poriod was devoted ;o a lino t a l k or "Tho Idoul Club." by Mr:;. A. !. l;i!iio :i. who is prc-'fidcnt. of i ho Oonn-e-Hsvilli- Section of t h e Council of Jewish V, onion." Mrs. Daniels saW t h a t p e r s o r n l contact w i t h members is one £ t!n re|ul«itos oC -a successful c l u b ant! the a b i l i t y of leaders id i m p o r t a n t . Tho beUernuMit of Ktii.lo community and country, ui ;i f.;r-c.i/t aim ot' all cluT..-;. sh^ told tho club Kirls. Misji AlmeUa. Gay jravo a resume on "The J ' o r f o c t Chairman." She included i:i her talk 11 brief d e s c r i p t i o n of such a loader. Tho business session was presided i over by the president, Miss Su*:iu Hicks. Miss V i r g i n i a T u l l o y rea-d the svecroUvry's roi-ort. A program on " literature," w 11 be given at the next rive-ettng Tue-.*di.y n i g h t , March IS. Work Is boini; i one as r a p i d l y na pos- Kihlo in order t h a i c h i l d r e n whose eyes need cori-rf-tion may be i;ivpn ;u- tention ax s»on as possible. Ivistci n S t a r . u t t c i H l.ikl rid No. S. brid 'I ttt. IJelle Vernon in \Vorthy M a t r o n Mrs. 01' Alton t o w n . The i in a n a i i d i t o r i u i n a m i n b a n q u e t al 7 o'cl Vernon M e t h o d i s t 1(Covers were laid f- two hundred f i f t y p A nurnbor ot Krai: present. I n c l u d e d v (.iriinil Patron Harr; Secretary .Mrs. AU. I'twU Orarul Worthy '.' .M. Hole. (Jrjvnd rop -e«o Alberta. Canada - n d were siteo in attend:'nee. Mrs. J. K. R-oliii .i, Whipkcy, Mrs. I r w i i McDonald, Mten Kthel McDonald. 'Mr-. 1). l\ H u s b a n d , Mrs. .1. T. Landym ire, Miss Oiive J./andymoro, Mrs. W i l l i a m L a n d y r n o r e , Mis*; J«.'*sio l / a n d y m ro, Mr*-;. Thoman /jiminornian. Miss ; IOGSUO Catherine ('ollinn, Mrs. K e n t ( Icy "\V. MOIIR, Mr*. Mrs: J^rank McGill, ford, Mrs. J. H. Cot*. Brown, all of Daw Roberts, Mrs. Jos«e A. Harper ot Vand Bower Cl 1 ollle-o-rs were afi the Associate G r a h a m , G r a n d i in- Harnefi and latron Mrs. A n n a ·eficntativfjK from Connecticut. I V'(rnc · W a g IK- r. 1), of : -\i'\ I Spruco St., I ' h i l a d c l p h i a , is t h e - picture of health. No wonder Ills g r a n d m o t h e r says: "I'm p r o u d as can bo of my l i t t l e K f a i K l s n i i . HO'K a l w a y s bright, active, iobi!S.t. "I x l v e C.alifoi-nia Kip Syrup a lot of credit, for h i s w o n d e r f u l c o n d i t i o n . I have us Ml it, w i t h him for every little upset or cold. It. always has him back to norn al in a Tow hours." \VhiMi a c h i l d shows, by bad b r e a t h , coated t o n g u e , I H l i o u H n f r K K or fevcrlwli- Mn?. G-oorpo; , L bowels Hyslo-in n am ollins, .Mrs. S t a n Oharles M d i i l l , Miuui Betty Crtiw- - m and Mre. W. T. : on, Mrs. G. li. I'rutl and Mrs. I,'. . "bilt. vepref-ent.exl -r of j ness, t h a t the l i t t l e 'oKKPd y o u k n o w t h e prompt c l e a n s i n g . C a l i f o r n i a I-'IK Sj-rup d-or-s t h e work q u i c k l y and g e n t l y . I n a d d i t i o n , i t helps t i - n o and st.renf.ri ban weak bowels and tuotnach. fo it. jriv'-s lastinp; hol-p. The word C a l i f o r n i a m a r k s t h e g e n - u i n e : : lie p u r e x'C'Eotablo iiroduct loved "iy c b i l d r o n and pronounced safe, an I etfoctivo by doctort;.---Adyor- tise-nienl. A. K. \f. CITlt M'lTil MRS. I'HAMv COX B e a u t i f u l ap w i n l m c n t s Eii.;niflcant j of Saint Patrii k's Day i n a r U o d the i regular moeMm: oC t!ie A. K. W. C l u b j at which Mrs. Trunk C-ox was hostess j last night ar. l u r homo in Eaat Craw- { ford avenue. I:i a d d i t i o n to members, : t:horo were several guejus. Bridge was · rlio diversion, five- tables of players i parUclpatinp ir the ,yamc«. High club prize waa won by Mrs. M. A. 1/argont while tho d r a w pri/.« was awarded to Miss Grace R; nior. The puctat prize, was received !· Mrs. I::. S. Barnes. (Jreen and w ' i i ; o appointrnc-nta wera II US. W. 11. C H E A D O.F M A I ! i i:'., IH.'K CLAMS The Mary K. Dic.k Biblo Class; of t h " I'lrst U n i t e d Preshy erliui C h u r c h met. Uusl. u i g h t at. the h m-e ot Mrs, K. A. Dunn of Sycamore : treet. There- was a large a t t c n d a u c e . Oevotionals wero led 'by Mrs. David Krani was 'In c h a r Downs and Mr, 1 -'. I-". business session wa the president, M Plans were mare fe - an all day q u i l t - ing to bo held Thir .-Klay M a r c h 1 M , in the home ot Mrs. D; vicl N i x o n of Raci; street. Ofllc-OM for the y .ir wro elected u s Co Hows: President, Mrs.-V Xixon. Tlw pro- o of Mrs. \\'. 1'.. ·t M a r s h a l l . T!i.' ; provided over by a. W. B. Carson. president, Mrs. \V. i n g sx'ret.ary, Mrs. sistanrt s-ecrotary, ward; treasnror, ttvach-er, MT«. K. I toacher, Mrs. G. A. vValthor. Tho clat:- prosonted Mrs. U. B. Hyatt with ci beauti- 1 s i f t , i n re b i r t h d a y , which w is carried out in : he-"decorations and tho ^ u n u norvf-d a do! clou-.; deliciour, Uiuclioon. Mrs. F r a n k K. wan assisted by h e ^ daughters, M!SK-, Baiiey of Ohio?ylc will entertain t h o Harriet, and A n n a . :iao D u n n aw! Miss ' at tho Wantlu Boighloy. Altractivo Saint t'atrtck's Day i-ppot-itnventK pre- KKC1TAI, T l i U H S D A V KVE'MXG AT T H K H K K O l t M K l ) CHUItCH On Thursday e v e n i n g , Mnrc.li U, at tho Itft.'ormeci C h u r c h , Miss Mary J. Rhodes Class o£ tho Ue-fonm-d S u n d a y School w i l l present Mi.ss Loreeii I'ur- bau^h, s.ipraiio; Miss .le.^ni-.- KhodeM, p i a n i s t , anil Miss l O U z i i b c - i h Rupp, roadi-r, in a concert w h i c h w i l l be a m u s i c a . unl l i t e r a r y treat. Thoro will be no admission charge. The program is: .Sopr.-i-no---(.a) "Care Hei-.-e,' f r o m "Atalai.ta," J - f a n d - c l : ( b ) " . J o n n o Kll- lette," i s t h c e n t u r y F n - i K ' h folk K I U K ; t c ) " L i e LrOtoK-biutnc," HolKsrt H c h u - utann, Mls« 1'urbaugh. "Reading---"Her Klrst A p p e a r a n c e , " Richar 1 ] l a r d i n g Jiavi.--:, .Mi.-.s H u p p . P l a n - ) -- ( a ) " C o u n t r y tktnh.ns," 1'erc.y G r a i n s t - r ; (] · · O o i i i l o l i e r i , " f r o m ' A H a y i n Venice," N e v i n ; i c ) "Arabesque," Debussy. Miss Rhodes. SOprxno--(a) "Curne U n t o Him," from "Tho Me;;:;i;th," H.i:id*-l; i b l '·· »" !i ; !l: ;-i "Uour Yo. tsrae!," f r o m "I "' W ' 10 '.." I Monde ssohti, Miss P u r b u t t g h . D. Ata . I Reading---(a) "Old M o t h e r assiataru | bard's Scrmou"; (b) Hour," Nobto May, Miss J'ian.j--"American l u d U i a !;ody," Preston Vi'nrp Ororu; enno Flute Melody." "Kiowa Call," "Sioux Cave fionjr," CourtjFhlp Song," "Chippc-wa . B. Carson; vic-i !. I J K - W I I J S ; record- j Jort -' IY;. .11. I l v a t t ; lemberaiice of her y(.storday. Mrs. lunch. 8h- c!nb T u e s d a y i\i;ht, March home oi her K'U tnr, Mrs. K. R. Harmon of M o r t o n a v e n u e . dominated. ,n:s. winr BOSTESS TO LITKJIARY Tho Criterion Literary C l u b la«t n i g h t in tho homo of Mrx-i. Horaor j D, 'Whip in Vi?- stret. Mr*!. 'Willinm ] I EAST EXI CX UB j ( OM MI T'J E K S FO K SO C I A J , m e t ; 'n lo Men's Bible C'laes of the Bast Unitel B r e t h r e n Church met at church Uiet ovenin-g .for the Kestncr hal c h a r go of '.he moetlug. ; montlUy busineijs Bceeion, at whu'b I f o r inibj-e-ct. v, an "Somo OntstaniJinj!; timo plant; wero ir'ule to bold a pov- \Vomen Charav.ierB xf tho Old T*ta- i in^ut." Mrs. Kestner pruparod tmd H n b - Batb R h a p - "Chc-y- Fhito "Sioux Wai- read a very ':.ci;llent paper on tho soc i a l the last week, of the ii'ontn. j ' Johu Gray, Fran!- Welch ami -M. K. i .\vilsori were app inted .a committee t o p i c . Mrs. F t e f l Rvsh gave the «tory : on retrf*limcnts; \/alter Huey, A l l x - r i . ; f "Ruth and N'aoml." Light re f ros h- ·; Wag-ner and Oeorg-· UvLngiston a coin | niltte.o to arrange tho program. ! : Tho next r e K u l o - - buniness meeting ' · will bo held the flr»t Tuesday i : i ; i April. Refre.sl-.me rtft v/erc sorved at. I tho close oi the in- nients wore se-vcd. Vho next will bo held 'n the homo o[ Mrs. IJ-eorg-o K. Baker of E;uit A p p l e strwit. Que«tionfi be.tc ro the world, today will I,KG10 A U X I L I A R Y WILL H O L D f i K T .VCIJL'AIM'KD PARTY A ?;et. acqiui.nted p a r t y will bo h e l d Friday n i g h t at S:i;0 o'clock in tho Lepion rooms, North P l t t s b u r K alrect, by the- American The meeting will bo toatured by a i firlat: program to bo put on by tho L'alontowu a u x i l i a r y . The entertain- tnnn(, c o n i m i t t :e has a-lso arranged nn attractive- pr.ijcnim iri which local talent win p t v t i c i p a t o . The social c o n i i n i t t e e wi!'. servo l u n c h . OXE CLASS P L A N S I-'OU A X N I T A 1 , BANQUET The rc-icular uioi thly business nieel- ing of the Win On · CUvse o£ tho FIrbt XJnitwl Brethren C'rtircJi wa« he!d 1,'wn Dance SoHg," "Pueblo C-oremonial Sontr,' "'Kluto Song for Spring." "Crow Indian Owl IJauce Song- and Sioux Scalp Dance," Miiss Khod*. Soprano--(a) "Pierrot," George R». bsrt.s; (b) " f l o n e y , Data A l l , " Van A l R t y r e ; (c) "Today," C h a r l e y H u e r ter. Christian Missionary The Women's Mr5sionary Society i f the 'I'-hristian C h u r c h w i l l m(*H T h u r s d a y afternoon at ":'.', o'clock in the social t'oom. A?r-. Ro.-i.; W. .Show, m a n - v i H bcs iho h.-ade.r. U u s i n e H s U imporianco w i l l be b r o u i ; h t bofon* t h u society. A good a t t e n d a n c e is desired. .Hiss Hefricli Hosles, 1 !, Mis; llazul H e t r i c k wan hostess at an otiioyablo. ttieetitiK of tht* l\ and Al. Club .ast n i g h t at her homo in Painter street, .South ContuUiHville. T«su members #ere present and nj)r-nt ihe eye- iiinj; at 1'amjywork. A d a i n t y iunc.h sup-ul.-znente-l (he :autte:!. CRIE3 OFF TOUR DOSr YVONNE WADDINGHAM-VKADDINGHAM spent after an hoar's flight across For Yronr a*s feeble strength the icc-pac i. "Tliein an "t dogs, woman H* laughed the sheriff. Them*fe yonr boy friends. T tey bark like bloodhounds becaose they dont smoke OLD GOLD, thi honey-gmooth cigarette made from queen-leaf tobacco bet er have 'em change to it and save yourself a lot of unnecessary ala nit my gaL". ID OOLD FASTEST'GROWING CIGAarnrE IN HISTORY.. .NOT A COUGH IN A CARLOAD On your Rcrffo . . . C CD OOLD--PAUL WHTTBMAN HOUR. Paul Whltemnn «nd complete orchMtra . . . «r«r Tuaulay, * to Id V. M., Eastern Standard Time Ksthor Black, Ixiis UiiUi Bugeno Oooloy, }, v v«r'tt By II. Fi, Hhalleniwrger, Mrs. CV)x. 'Mrs. John Myers and Miss J llhe-ani, the last narwd ot P IdJfMi I-hUati PnttPJ-son ot 13 Hun w i l l 1.K) lioatfifia al th« Ap ing There are h u t three rno Ings of the c l u h . Th- ckxsin J u n o will !e marked by th rcc-option. \1jvrotri, d, Mrs. Mr. and argann ttsburg c-korson 11 raoel- e mcei.- one in annual . i .'H3i»(E;^^ «sc^ " MRS. STAHL'S BODY INR£CEP/1NG U AULT The body of Mrs. Ella N -wcomer SLahl, widow oi i r . -Sidney i. Suihl, w h o r!ied Wednesday, FuJbrua -y 2(5, :n. her h«rn« in St. 1'ei.einburK, *\ti~, has been placed in a re-reiving v'anit in Si. E'ntwsburg, u n t i l t h o n iddlo of n e x t May «'hen ii w i ! l a« bi HiRUt. to ConJiellsriilo f c r in'c-rmeiit In tho f a m i l y b u r i a l ,.?yunJ in Hi 1 Orovo Comotory. A letter to thlo e feet WA« received by J. C. Newcomer oi Dawson trom Mrs. SUilil'.- daugb er, MIRH Besaii\ Mr. Newcomer is * brother of M r s . Sta,ti. The conditkw ot MIKB Stah). who accinupanied he motlier : to Si. 1 ' i - t e r s b u t g , is aot BO ood. ] f ENNA JETTICK SHOES For Women Who Want to Go and Do Without Fatigue SHOES FOR WOMEN 5 you ;NCED NO LANCER BE,, TOLD HAVE AN, EXPENSilVE $ 6 K n x i U a r y - j evening at tho h-tne of Mrs. Albert Wagner of Arch si recL Sixteen members wero prene-n . .Mrs. Clarence B(!cman had char ;o or tho devotionals. All plans we e completed for tho annua.1 luinquci t be held Tuesday WISS ROSK MABIA CAKK'JTI I-'.NGAGKI) TO IIUFPAJX) MAN Mr. and Mi*. Peter Carettl gave a d i n n e r xf p r e ' t y appouitmc-nts Satnr- day ni;;ht, March 1, at their homo, 230 evening, March IS. in tho church diu- ingroom. A f t e r I te biwlnefi.s ficssion the liostof-s ticrvc l u n c h . North Moatov- l«-uie, l.hoir CHKISTIAX .H'XJOB CHOIR TO MKKT F R I D A Y K Y , Members ot th"- j u n i o r choir of this to «nnoance the 1 Christian Church will meet at tho MkiB ! church .Friday ovt aiug at 0:30 o'clock daughter. Rose. Maria, X. Y. (.'over.-: wero Tho wedding w i l l In; coining- Juno. J o h n V a t i l l o of Buffalo. laivl for oigtt, of tho family. AM o v n t or this; MRS. I R A ,1\ VNi;S HOSTESS TO M I S S I O N A R Y SOCIETY Mrs. I r a .laynes was hoste»s at tho roKiilar m e e t i n g of t h e Woman's Fore i g n M i s s i o n a r y Society of tho Greenwood M e t h o d i s t K p i s c o n a l C h u r c h yes- t e r d n y a f t e r ; i o o n at her homo in ( i - r e e n si r e e l , tlreenwood. Mrs. K a t h e r i n e McComl's presided and conducted the s t u d y book, "From J e r u s a l e m t o J e r u s a l e m " Following' the im-·!.- inc; Mrs. Jaynos served l u n c h . MBS. C A K O I Y.N F U I K M ) HOSTESS TO (;. (. I. 1 I/I-II The (';. (,'. !ub «'as r n i t » r t n l t i e ! I H S I n i q h , ' ly Mr,;. C a r u l y n V'riciul al hoi' homo at S o u t h ( " o n n e l l s v i l l r . Tine v e u i u c wa^ j-pen' a; d a n c i n e aii'i cards. Liliicl w;is served by t'.u- iiosl · ess. Trie :u*: niee'.in:: w i i ! be heb! Tuesday tiii.'.h., M a r c ' n I' ; , a: ' h e h n i n e t*i MUs K v i - ' - y n l l i i i ; , S i , n t h A r c h tor rehearsal. All y o u n g pexjp! - of t h e church wh.' are interested in becoming mcmberi; are asked to be, o i hand at that ti;r..-. Mrs. Loluud S. \-'hipkey w i l l bo -Ji- rec.tor. FISH AM) (JA.H1 A U X I L I A R Y }J A . \QUJET THURSDAY JSHiHT The first annu U banciuet of t h e Womati'.s AuxiJiti ry to the Vaycllu ramb Protective As- leld Thursday night ii .social a u d i t o r i u m Cochran Memorial M c t h o i l i i U Kpisco n i C h u r c h oi Daw-son. A l i n o . p r o : r u i n has been arranged f o r tli» o c - n 1 . . ( ' i i . Franklin Ray Hiirslunan and Hazol llobiiugh, both of Conncllsvillc, wero li:c.n(«l to wad «. Ctimbcrlfiud. .Thursday Church Jhiy. Church Uuy w j j l ) )t olwjwvcd Thursday .t the First Met hod I*: t Kpiscopul (.'hur--h by tho I^idlce' Aid Society and the Woman's Homo arul Foreign Mif,- Kionary wcietiei-:. l a u n c h will be at C o u n t y Kiiilt and soctaticn will bo at 7 o'clock in I! of the P h i l i i ) "EYV M K M l i K R S ARE RKC.EIVEI) I J V VAXOJKRBH/i: A U X M . J A K V M i s s Madalyn Myers and M.isn iidna Cox. wore j o i n t lioslosfxvi at the M a r c h meeting of the J u n i o r A u x i l i a r y to the | Saturday A f t e r n o o n C l u b ot V a n d e r h l l t Ja.st n i g h t , in Miss Myers' home at DiclcM-son Kim. Four new menilvers, Albis Huth Underwood, Mias 10inof;ene ishahonbergor, Mi.ss Cladys Kinnee-r and AtiSB Virginia Edwards, wore received. A committee composed of Miss Grace Teichert', Mi;s Jilizabe-Ui Madden and Miss Vlrptietta Miller wa.s a p j K i n t e d to i n v e s t i g a t e w h a t repair;; are to be made on the V a n d e r b l l t .Mrs. Khheri R i d c n o u r Honored. A b o u t f i f t y I'ri -mUj at the I oino L i T l l . - - ( l »t ( Stephen J. Frank i-hau, )H a n d M a r y M o l - f l : T i o n t i ' w n . were l i - UUienour of Sco; n i n y ;uil held a ; in.i: her birthday -siiitrr. Miv. l l c t n i t h e h i r t h i l a y cak niched hy l.,ena lliiietiour. Clatae liite l i o u r l u n c h h. S h i r e y and Mib e a u t i f u l L;ifts \vi and neighiKirs of M r s . Kbbet-t dale Saturday ove- i (jar I y. it. bo- [ a n n i v e r s a r y . · K r o i n b r o o U . Mu.sic wn.s Sliiroy and w e r e play-ed w;is WM-ycd by . B l a i r Slut]ic. : - o ro-ceived. Tt'ii program wa.s Ihon ttrru-ed ovor to t 10 loader, Miss K a l J i e r y n D u n n . The f o l l o w i n g - n u m b e r s ivoro !r«- s e n t - ^ d : Soni-T, "PoniiHylvania." c l u b ; roll c a l l , each m-cinbiM- i-osixwidins with a briei r-;ketch of wmo liini.oric.aJ spot in PojuiKyivatiia; pap-r "Benjamin' Krai k l i n , " Miss M a d r d y n .Myers; piutio "The Moon Uackct," JCvcrett and ] ·no (.'ooley; reading, 'X'-onvpany," Rut.li Marotti; voca.l .solo, "In tho AAAAA to £££·«» nti AFit-- For Ever y Foot A Style-For Every Eye A Price-For Every Purse! LOUIS MOLPOEH, | RETIRED TAIL DR, j DIES SUDDENLY is Molpo^r, 83 years c tired tailor, d.-erf sitddonJy o'clock last nU;ht w h i l e situ room al his homo in Won! avenue. , Heart trouble was the cause of his doa ; .h. Mr f o r m e r l y resided at Philade His wife, Mrs. M.id»iliue. aurviven. Tho body wa:s removed tx t of FnneraJ D i r e c t o r W. A. R' in West Apple »fc-R-t w cortei;(.' w i l l moet tomorrow at S::i(J o'clock. Mdss will brated at U o'clock a', t h e In Conception C h u r c h . Inton )o made iu new St. .Josep.' lory, d, n, ro a(. S:30 ig Ln his Mnrphy given as Molpoer hia. Molpocr, 16 chapol '.N'anamy ioro th« morning be cele- maculate ent will 'a Cotne- The New Spring Styles j Are Here j * Anxiously awaited by many women. In pat- £ ents, plain and colored leathers, including j white. j ALWAYS DEMI TIRED? Lois t'ur- X:inu At a Mrs. Many ; Can.en of Tomorrow," A::.-is N'-ellio ! i ; r a \ . a c c o m p a n i e d b y Miss Madalyn M y e - s ; pan-er, "\\'illi!im IVnn," MISH '.Jracc S t r i c k i e r ; p i a n o .solo, from M c - l . K v w e f t , lujgt-tio " i . ' t i o N ' y ; readiiifr, "At the Movie-;;," M a r y Esther B l a c k ; sket 'li, "A Yard of Arsunwnl," MIESOH ( l i - u e and l-itbol M;u Collins; vocal ;| After Baby, Was Weak, Skinny. Gained 22 Lbs." !r miicd Yt»ot did It, *»?» Mm. 1J .unit. Thousands say 3 to tSlhs. week?. Pfeiyousxvettrt, cnnsHpiitlOTi if,':t. Skid clrrtrs liki» mfljk'. Get ast u b k l s /roca dtup.gi»c tx)«f. A n n o u n c e t n c n t iraceHUMU of ?.fi^ O I K ! ) ' n n ! K. I'-er AnnniuK'cd. m a d e of the K b i r o n c e oy, b o t h of j N e l l i e ( . r a y ; p i u i i o i L v i , U u t h M a ,, ( ) U i ; B o w m a n ; !Uuo . s i u l ) u r , solo, u l h _ c l m n , ! 1 ! i t V | .. Mr; . H - S. S. Clas y School v fl.t the hoti on of i l l the- First Ba.pl i.it. ccT T h u r s d a y Miss ,IfVc!i \ V i | et, Ore.m wvr!. S h a l l e n l M i r p o r . A ' t h e cW-e of ( h e tLf-ograra l u n c h was served by the hontestres, assisted by Mr.-J. J o h n M y e r s inul Mrs. Cox. a p p o i n t n u ' i i t s were stiKEestive of i I ' n i r i c k V , Day. S i x i r - e - n mem- wen* firemen i. Due: -i-s were Mi as e Snyder, M i s s N e l l i e Cray, Mary The Sail How aad! Sallow xmi!ex 0(1 l u n u u c , poor iippc-iilc, ha p i m p l y s k i l l ;u.(J ,ilw:iy.-; lire w r u i m ? i.'liari'.-ch are y o u ' r hy e l o t T u u r l h o w c i s a nil liuu Taki; t h i s I'anioud pruscrli oojiKtiiiHly -In pla'jc ot i-alom and women f - j r i;0 years- wartiH i i v f ! Tnbli-t.!!. They less y o t .very c-fCc^tiv^ ^\ c.o voidable i i i K r c d i c n U . T h e y u p ^ n tiif. bowcl.'t, hcli: J r t - c ' of (n)Ison caiisod by t ' a u l l y i at\cl t o n e u p l i v e r . fios-y cliH.'ks, i-lnar f.yoa r- f u l i.-iii-TKy make it Hucc-s«r» I'ir. K d w s i n i K O l i v e T i i b l i M M K n o - i V Ihetn by t h e i i o l l v o .''.i)c and CHx.-. A l l d r u j i K i a ! tl.sonu-iH. Conccrl, Mary J. itlicdc:) CliiH:; of ' ronnedx C h u r c h -\\ill ]rc- Loroun P u r b a u g h , «oprano, ei-u Rhodes, p i a n i s l , Miss R u p p , reader, in concert e v e n i n g , M a n h tith at S J.'. cliui'ch on Green Si. T]v cordially invh.od. A silvc- w i l l be rort-eivud.---Advcrtis* Ion, coat- t breath., . Wlaut'a poisoned -ivo liver. -Ion used -| by mon -Dr. Kd- re harm- n p o u n d of act e;tslly le system linUnation id youth- lil'o. Take i i i g - h l l y , .ilor. I5c, i.-- Advcr- rinity Ko- ^ent. Mi SB The Enna Jettick Pledge Enna Jettick Shoes for women, and junior Enna Jetticks for the modern miss, are .made in an extreme range oi : sizes, which enables us to fit perfectly and stylishly any normal foot, at the extremely moderate price of and Thursi'lay M. in the public, iri of for) ;ig n c n t . -- 5-1 k ^·t 1BT 4*^ "tf Hooper Long feat ws«K!8af.':j Sure JRelief "WAKES You FEEL BETTER" Robert Gove's Funeral Thursday 6 BELL-ANS Hot water Sure Relief Baked Iluin Snppr ·. L o t t i e Briwiley Ciatri wi I bold a bnkssi ham tsapiier in Sny- or's Store- Room, South C o n n i - l l s v i l l e Thursday e v e n i n g , M a r t h t i l h , f to 7: 0. A d u l l n ' ticlic-tn KOf, i . - h i l d r f n ' . ' i tic j ta aftc.-- - 4nnr-:!t. FOR INDIGESTION 25t and 75t Pkg's.Sold Everywhere !, Marc noral service for Kobi hold at the home in street Thursday u f t e r o'clock, w i t h Hov. J. \ pastor of th3 Kirs j C h u r c h , officiating. I ', be made iu the Scotti Mr. (rovo, a f r e i g h t j Pennsylwinln Rai)roH Mount Pleasant, d r o p ) Scottdale otlice vest, w h i l e o-nroute to his \ i G.--T:;IV f u - i rt (Jove w i l l be I -iouth ( , ' h e a t n u t j loon at 3 : l i ] n t o r m e n t w i l l ; lah; Cwnete-ry. ' uf?ent for tho | I Conipaiiy n t ^ei dead in the ·rd.-iy morn In ·ork. PEGGTS Beauty Shoppe Ji7 Wos( Cruvrfortl A v « . Realistic Permanent Wave Uiven for Two Wtn-ks Only For $5.00 Phone 1819 LookJug for Read tlio advertisements Daily Courier iu Tba i Classified AdrcniscnicnLs J Bri.5).g resiiKs when y] ux-d rn the col- u m n B of '.U)« Daily C uricr. Patronize Those Who Advertise

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