The News-Herald from Franklin, Pennsylvania on June 23, 1942 · Page 5
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THE NEWS-HERALD, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1942. PAGE FIVE. AS RAIN REFRESHES ROSES SO LUXIMA BEAUTIFIES YOUR SKIN r- ague-Bartholomew Co. 1209 Liberty Street at MEN'S SPORT SUITS 2-98 Twill weave cotton! In blue and .brown Self belt! LIGHT WEIGHT STRAW HATS 98c Weatherized ! Cool ! Airy ! WORK SHOES Leather or cord soles . 2.98 AIR STEP SHOES SHEASLEY'S SROWNbilt Shoe Stores Quality Meat Oiauga Meat Specials for Wednesday: SMOKED BEEF TONGUE lb. ?C COTTAGE CHEESE lb. 13c MEATY PLATE BOIL lb. 19C JOWL BACON lb. 21c ROSEDALE CORN 2No 2cans23C SIDE GLANCES. 'I want an anniversary present for my wife! Have yon anything attractive in the way of overalls or somethinfl for a truck driver?' REGULAR 2" SIZE SPECIAL FOR PUuFvUnlTax Franklin. Pa. Get a Table Service While We Have Them! No More Plated Silver to be made for the Duration 26 Piece Sets from $12.50 Chest Free! On Easy Payments Jordan's GLEN - ROW DRESSES 2-98 Cool for summer! Colorful! Gay! Sheet BLANKETS 59c Fine quality cotton! Single bed size. SHOE LACES 4c SHOE POLISH 8c WHITE POLISH 10c Ladies' Summer PUMPS Rope soles, leather toes and heels in red and A QQ ream mitvO SPECIAL THIS WEEK KQn JACKET SUITS OVC We Call For and Deliver. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING COMPANY and Bios Ftood Low FRANKLIN SOCIE HJomen's IfltwS, Perianal, Club vtnli. 680 PHONES 457 Miss Mabel Rough To Wed Meadville Man Next Friday The engagement of Miss Mabel L. Rough, of 113 Parker Avenue, to Winter John Stewart, of Meadville, was announced at a party given by the sister-in-law of the bride-elect, Mrs. W. Glenn Rough. The party, which was held at the Business Women's Club was in the l'orm of a dessert bridge. The 21 guests were seated n round a large table beautifully decorated in silver and white. The centerpiece was the traditional silver slipper filled with white lilies of the valley and flanked with silver tapers in crystal candle holders. The placements were miniatures of the centerpiece. Each tiny silver slip-'per contained a miniature bouquet of lilies-of-the-valleyv in which was concealed a tiny scroll bearing the message, "Mabel and Wynn, June 26." Mrs. Norman Rough played appropriate music at the piano, while the hostess presented the honor guest with a beautiful gift. During the evening five tables of games were in play. Prizes in contract bridge went to Katherine Tun-stall, Virginia Wright and Betty Cooper; in "500" to Mrs. Joseph Hil-lier, Mrs. Glenn Heffernan and Mrs. Fred Little; and in Chinese checkers to Mrs. Sherman B. Rough and Mrs. Edward Reisinger. Out-of-town guests included Muss Betty Cooper, of Greenville; Mrs. Norman Rough and Mrs. Sherman Rough, of Canal; Mrs. Joseph Hillier, of Cooperstown, and Mrs. Kenneth Gearhart, .of Clearfield. Miss Rough is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman B. Rough, of Canal. She is a graduate of Edinboro State Teachers' College and has done graduate work at Pennsylvania State College and at present is a teacher in the Franklin High School. iMr. Stewart, son of the late John S. Stewart, of Meadville, is employed as a research chemist in the laboratory of the American Viscose Corporation in Meadville. In The Service Pvt. Albert. B. Cummings, inducted into the Army on May 23, is stationed at Fort Eustis, Va. His brother, Pvt. Richard Stewart Cummings, enlisted June 5 and is now at a new camp at South Philadelphia. They are sons of Mr. and . Mrs. R. S. Cummings, Polk, Route 1. Harold Reagle, son of Mr. and Mrs L. H. Reagle, . Maple Street, is now in the merchant marine. He has been in the service. for several months. Letters are censored and there are tin details. He says: "I am on a good ship, have comfortable quarters and the work is interesting." Carl Confer, who has been an air corps mechanic in California, and recently was transferred to Wilmington, Del., is home on a short furlough. He expects early assignment to duty in New Mexico. Pvt. Harry F. Hummel, of Rocky Grove, who recently volunteered for Army service, has arrived in Miami Beach, Fla., at the Army Air Corps Retrenchment Training Center. He has been assigned to the 5ty T. S S. (sp) T. S. 2S9. Pvt. Lewis Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hoffman, who left here last month, has been assigned to Kees-ler Field. Miss. He has been assigned to 309th Technical School Squadron Group, Flight 341. THE CARD BASKET Jack Eagles is home from Philadelphia. Mrs. William Geschwender has gone to Pittsburgh for a visit. T. M. Andrews, Jr., has returned to Mansfield, O., after a weekend visit with his parents here. Mrs. John A. Hanna, of Mt. Lebanon, O., is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Hanna. Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Turner and sons, Richard and James, ler't for Los Angeles on Monday, to visit their daughter, Mrs. Charles Carey. They plan to be gone two week. Mr. and Mr. H. L. Shiner and son. Regis, have returned to Washington, L. C after a few days' visit with Mt. Shiner's mother, Mrs. Martha Shiner. Corp. Thomas Uotta has gone to Birmingham, Ala., for a visit with his sister after spending two weeks at home. From Alabama he will return to Santa Ana, Calif., where he is stationed. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Metz and two children have returned from a week's vacation in LaGrange. Mo. They were accompanied thre by Mrs. Metz' mother. Mrs. Rhoda Tunilinson, who had been their guet since January. FELDMAN'5 Y Utica Couple Wed In Home Ceremony Miss Anna Geraldine Nelson and Albert Louis Teed, of Utica, were married at 1:30 p. in. Thursday at the home of the bride's father, David S. Nelson, near Utica. The Rev. William Alan Shannon, of the Utica United Presbyterian Church, pastor of the bride, performed the ceremony before an embankment of white, blue and yellow flowers. Miss Margaret Nelson, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Miss Ellen Minnick acted as bridesmaid. Norman R. Rough, of ("anal, served as best man. Miss Lillian Nelson, niece of the bride, provided the wedding music. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father wore a white, vel-va-ray powder mist gown, with sweetheart neckline and long sleeves. The waist was fitted and the full skirt extended into a train. Her silk net, shoulder length veil fell from a coronet of orange blossoms. Her flowers were white roses. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift of tiie bridegroom. ' Miss Nelson wove pale blue chiffon and Miss Minnick pale yellow poplin. Their corsage bouquets were yellow roses. A reception was held from 2.30 to 6 p. in. at the Nelson home with 75 attending. The color theme of white, blue and yellow was carried over into the refreshments which were served by the members of the bride's Sunday school class with Mrs. Sam Miller presiding at the bride's cake. Mrs. N. R. Rough played several piano numbers during the afternoon. After a wedding trip, Mr. aud Mrs. Teed will make their home in Utica. Both Mr. Teed and his bride are well known throughout. Venango County, especially in connection with their work as members of the Grange.. They have received some lovelv gifts. DR. M'GLlANDAND W1LF0RD ROSE LEAVE FRANKLIN THURSDAY Dr. and Mrs. Willis B. McClelland and Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Rose leave Thursday for Sea Island, Ga., where Mr. Rose will be stationed on coast patrol duty. Mrs. McClelland will remain with Mr. and Mrs. Rose, when Dr. McClelland, who has received a commission as first lieutenant in the U. S. Army medical corps, is called into service. Dr. McClelland expects to be located at Robbins Field, Macon, Ga., and Mrs. McClelland plans to join him there later. Dr. vMcClelland has not been notified the exact date on which he is to report to Robbins Field, but be expects to be called within the next two weeks. REUNIONS. The season for reunions is at hand. The Pryor reunion will be held Sunday. June 28, at the home of Raymond Feltenberger. Friends, relatives and neighbors are invited to attend and enjoy an old-fashioned basket picnic. The annual Bradley-Minnigh reunion will be held at Hasson Park. Oil City, on Saturday, June 27. Relatives and friends are invited. MUSICAL PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN AT VICTORY CHURCH A special musical program will be given this evening in the Victory Heights United Brethren Church, with several churches in the district represented. The Rev. G. K. Frakcr, of Bowling Green, O., district elder of the church, will speak at this service and one to be held Wednesday evening. Churches to lie represented ou tonight's program include First and Hebron Evangelicals; Free Methodist of Van and Oil City; Seventh Street Church of God : Atlantic Avenue United Brethren; Salina and Seneca Methodist; Church of the Nazarcne. FUNERALS. Edgar James Wood. Funeral services for Edgar James Wood, 75. of Franklin, R. D. 2. wno died in the Oil City Hospital Friday night, were held iu the Victory Height,? United Brethren Church at 2 p. m. Monday. The Rev. Arthur Baker, pastor, officiated and was assisted by the Rev. E. C. Swam. The Rev. Baker read "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," and "Safe iu the Arms of Jesus." Interment was in Sunset Hill Memorial Park, and the pallbearers were Raymond Watson, Guy Canibcl, Earl Robbing and H. L. Unistead. Many friends called at the Barron Chapel before 1 o'clock when the body was removed to the .'Victory United Brethren Church for the services. ROAD OF COTTON. A strip of "cotton road'' laid in Snirh Carolina more than 12 years ago and exposed to usual traffic conditions, has required no repair attention and still is in excellent condition. WEDDING GIFTS Never have we shown such an assortment of EXQUISITE SILVER CRYSTAL, CLOCKS CHINA, HAND WROUGHT ALUMINUM and other Art Goods. You'll find the "something different" and the moderate prices will please you. ROCKY GROVE Pbnnr 6808 s. m. to 4 o. m. lli.lMi;i K1NCII l.lMibR. 19 GHttllnn Street. Home Number l:tOH-L. AUXILIARY PLANNING FGR FIREMEN'S FAIR The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Rocky Grove Firemen, in a meeting in the club room Monday evening, discussed plans for the firemen 8 lair, to be field Aug. 4-8. Mrs. Walter Wheeling, the president, named the following general committee : Mrs. E. J. Rial, Mrs. Harry McGin-nis, Mrs. Horace Keeley, Mrs. Chester VanZandt. Mrs. Errol Allen, Mrs. J. A. Johnson, .Mrs. Lee Crownoble. It was decided to have daughters of auxiliary members solicit the community for staple groceries and vegetables. The members were appointed definite days on which to secure pies and cakes the sugar to be furnished by the auxiliary and firemen and the women were also assigned the days to work in the men's and women's cook tent and in the auxiliary's other concessions. The auxiliary accepted an invitation to join the band and firemen in the Legion carnival parade in Oil City on Tuesday, June 30. Mrs. Wheeling urged that every uniform be placed in service that night. For the July meeting, the serving committee will consist of Mrs. J. D. Roberts, Miss Ida Mae Anderson. Mrs. Lee Shingledecker, Mrs. Walter Stover and Mrs. Wallace Shoffstall. At the close of the business session, delicious refreshments were served by a committee headed by Mrs. Wheeling. Community Gossip TONIGHT'S EVENTS : The O. U. R. Class of the Rocky Grove Avenue Presbvterian Church meets with Mrs. Charles Nellis. 32 Park Street. The Women's Missionary Society of the Fox Street Church of God meets ir Oil City at the home of Mrs. Earl Atts, 81 East Second Street. In honor of Miss Iva Duiiin, whose birthday anniversary occurs Wednesday, the Pals' Club met Saturday evening at the apartment of Mrs. Mildred K. Lusher. 19 Gilfillan Street. It was also a house-warming for the Lushers, who have moved into the second floor apartment. The evening was spent in sewing curtains. Miss Durlin received a nice gift. Pastel shades were used in the appointments for the supper and the favors were candy cups, filled with pink, green and yellow mints. The Busy Bees of the Grace Evangelical Church, taught by Mrs. O. K. Jolley, will hold a picnic from 3 to 7 p. m. Thursday at the home of Sarah Loomis, 28 Gilfillan Street. The Red Cross sewing Wednesday at the home of Mrs. R. W. Adams, SOS Rocky Grove Avenue, is sponsored by the Philathea Class of the Rocky Grove Avenue Presbyterian Church, but other women of the community are welcome. A tureen dinner will be served at noon. The young people's choir will hold a short rehearsal at 6 :30 p. m. Wednesday in the Evangelical Church. This is the final rehearsal before the Sunday evening service and Miss Josephine Fuller, director, requests a large turnout. DEATHS. Mrs. Phillip Heilig. Mrs. Rose Mae Frost Heilig, wife of Phillip Heilig, died at 3:15 p. ni. Monday at her home at Two-Mile Run, near White Temple, following an illness of three years. She had been confined to her bed three months prior to her death. Mrs. Heilig was the daughter of Mrs. Rose Sutton Frost and the late Willhim Frost and was born in Jack son Townshin. She resided the great er part of her life iu the vicinity of Franklin. Snrvivim? I he deceased are her hus band, two brothers, Nelson and Fred Frost, and her mother, Mrs. Rose Sutton Frost. Mrs. HeiLig was a member of the Galloway Grange. The body was moved to the Boyd a. Park- Funeral Home, where funeral services will he conducted at 2:30 p. ni. Wednesday. The Rev. Frank A. Towers, pastor of the Rocky Grove Church of God. will officiate. Burial will be in Sunset Hill Memorial Park. Mix. Wilson Dinsmore. Miss Sarah Heasley has returned from Punxsutawney, where she attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Jennie Heasley Dinsmore, whose death occurred last Friday. Mrs. Dinsmore. a native of Frauk-lin, would have been 90. had she lived until Aug. 31. She was the widow ot Capt. Wilson Dinsmore. Her early life was sent iu this city, where she attended the old Academy. She was a sister of the late Lyle C. Heasley. Surviving are four sons aud three daughters. Mrs. Harry Heasley, Miss Gertrude Heasley and Miss Maude Portertield. of Emlenton, also attended the funeral. REVIVAL INTEREST IS GROWING AT MISSION The revival at the Starlight Mission, which is interdenominational, is gaining in interest. The Rev. C. F. Johnson, of Atlanta, Ga., is the evangelist. Services are held every night at 7:4o. Because of the blackout on Thursday night there will be no service, for the Mission wishes to cooperate in every way with the government. Sunday uiffht the Rev. Johnson explained the meaning of the heart as it is used in the Bible. The heart, he said, is used to designate one faculty after another. It refers to the thoughts, to the conscience, aud is the center of spiritual life aud power, as the physical ln-art is the center of the physical constitution. The religion of Jesus Christ not only affects the spiritual life, but also the physical life. One cannot serve God naturally there must be a change of heart. This week the Rev. Johnson and the Rev. Mrs. Mary Lang, his daugh-j ter. who just arrived from Georgia.! and the Rev. Mrs. Simpson will be the speakers. The public Is invited; to hear thes messages. The Rev. and Mrs. Simpson, pastors, of the Mission, are making plans for' r x 76. A s5KLVv fi5 HELP YOU CUT A FINE FIGURE WITHOUT CUTTING INTO YOUR FIGURE You know what a good girdle does for dress and suit morale, but maybe you don't know that you can have that trim waistline; those sleek, controlled hip-lines; PLUS wonderful comfort, too! Flexees curved angle back adjusts to all figure poses, it gives you perfect "small-of-back" comfort, yet it does not bind, or cut into your figure. Our trained corsetieres know the best Flexees for your figure type. It will pay you to be fitted promptly. If yeun it an averag figure the Flexees Grecian girdle, made with star-dotted lastique tide panels, with lustrous rayon sotin front, is ideal for you. -Sixes 26 to 32 ..,... Street CAMPBELL'S SLACKS FOR SMARTNESS. HIGH GRADE MAN TAILORED SLACKS AND SLACK SLITS. Ours Deserve and Receive Highest Praise! 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