The News-Herald from Franklin, Pennsylvania on August 1, 1927 · Page 5
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Page five .THE NEWS-HERALD, MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1927. Society and Personals . USLBN f. DECK, Sortctg Editor. CARD BASKET New Fall Hats $4.95 ( GRIBBEN'S SHOP ALL DRESSES 14 OFF COATS y4 OFF A representative showing Fall and Winter Coats All Day Friday. A. J. GRIBBEN Our second showing of new Fall Models in light weight felts is here in a grouping of cleverly designed types. .J For wear right now we recommend these to women who are always alert for the smart, things first. The colors are right for summer sVutJ . r wear. Blue Crane Hosiery " Style 15 X The letter X always stands for a mystery. This is just a hint to let you know that the new style 15-X Blue Crane Pure Silk Chiffon Stocking that we start on sale tomorrow is a discovery that all women will be glad to make. ' . All that you expect at $2.00 is yours for $1.19. Try a pair of these new Wonder Stockings. A new line of shades are here. , Fell Your Tel' . 1 ' lO When you know your druggist and know you can V P3 trust his judgement and know you are safe in telling him by phone what you want'. QT We Guarantee Curtis Drug Co. 1209 Liberty Street WILSON'S Join Our . . Blanket Club. illl W f ' mWM, V Mm M 1L of All VACUUM BOTTLES I; A guaranteed American made Bottle 5 full pint for 5 LUNCH KITS . ? with above bottle SOCIAL EVENTS Sarah Thompson Wins Silver Medal Contest of L. T. L. The ' silver medal contest held on Friday evening at the Calvary Baptist church by the members of the L. T. L., of the Anna Gordon Union was very much enjoyed by a large number of people. Miss Sorah Thompson, of Sugar-creek, won the silver medal, her paper being "Weighed Up." The judges were M. E. Hill, Miss Anita Beatty and Mrs. J., A. Mawhlnney. Rev. E. L. Porterfleld gave a very Interesting and instructive chart talk on "Anti-Xar-cotlcs and Tobacco." A few weeks ago a Bible quiz was held on the first four books of the New Testament and the following four were the winners : Fay Bedford, Calhoun Crlbbs, . Josephine Elliott and Dorothy Kane. The other contestants and the names of their papers were : "They've Got to Vote," Maude Leona Leyda ; "Is it Worth While?", Dorothy Reynolds; 'The Pig and the Hen," Nolene Han-na; "Cut it Out," Mildred McAlevy ; "A Voice from the West," Oneida Sei-frled. Attractively Appointed Party Given in Honor of Mrs. Kuhns. Mrs. F. Lee Lavery was hostess at an attractively appointed bridge party on Saturday evening at her home, 808 Liberty street, complimentary to Mrs. J. Edwin Kuhns, a bride of recent date. The home was prettily decorated throughout with baskets of vari-eol-ored sweetpeas and baby breath, calendulas, coraopsis and gladioli. There were four tables iii play and honors went to Miss Josephine Mellers and Mrs. Kuhns. Mrs. Kuhns also received a beautiful guest prize. A delicious lunch was served with the appointments carried out in yellow and green. Shasta daisies and maidenhair fern in crystal vases tied with bows of green tulle centered the tables. Among the guests wass Miss Margaret Thomas, of Oil City. Group of Franklin People Motor to Akron to Party. Twenty.eight friends and relatives from Franklin motored to Akron, O., on Saturday evening to the home of Mrs. S. W. Moore, and pleasantly surprised her, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. During the evening a splendid musical program was presented by Akron friends and a delicious lunch was served. The centerpiece was a basket of pink roses and there was also a large birthday cake with cand5es. Mrs. Moore received many beautiful gifts, among them 'being a set of silver. Over 200 Present at Regular Sunday Dinner at Wanango Club. The regular ' dinner on Sundav at the Wanango Country Club proved to be one of the largest and most enjoyable held this season. Over 20O members and friends were present. There were manv nrlmto nurtlM given V1 Tltusvillei'i Oil City and Franklin members. .. Among .those en tertaining from Franklin were Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Nicklin, a party of 12 ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laniberton, a party of nine. TWO MILES OF NEW Two miles of new concrete road, reaching from' the Lakes-to-Sea highway east of Van to Schreff-ler's Corners on the way toward Nickleville. and Mariasville, has been completed and on August 16 is 4ue to be thrown open. The contractor will now begin work on the other two miles of the contract, and it is thought the entire four miles will be open by September 10. MRS. FLORENCE ALLEN IS WINNER OF PRIZE HAM IN WELT0N GUESSING CONTEST The exact number of peas in the lamp at Foster Welton's place in the market house turns out to be 3,200. There was one guess of the exact number, that of Mrs. Florence Allen, who guessed 3,200 and therefore wins one of the hams ; offered as prizes. Mrs. Pankratz, with a guess of 3,210, won another and Betty Nlcklin another with a guess of 3.223. Other good guesses were George Johnson, 3,175; W. F, Cummings, 3,-227; Grace Runninger,. 3,164; Homer Moore, 3,157; G. W. Lindsey, 3.250; J. A. Osmer, 3,250; Mary Smiley, 3,266; R. P. Hughes, 3,123; C. L. Deemer, 3,125. There were many others also that were not so very far away. The guessing contest, which involved no cost whatever to those taking part, attracted much interest. Complete Service Look your best. For Milady. MISS LULU SHAW Boom 403, Trust Co. Building Harold Record and Donald Ernst, of Bradford, are visiting friends here. Joe Melat, of Dayton, O., was an over-Sunday visitor with relatives. . Miss Eleanor Wolf, of Berwyn, 111., Is the guest of Miss Dorothy V. Campbell. James A. Murrin is home from Pitts burgh, where he was the guest of rel atives for a few days. - Mr. and Mrs. Eber C. Hamilton left Sunday on an automobile trip through the New Englanu states. Miss Zandra Scharp, of Stockholm, Sweden, is the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bring. . Mrs. Ronald Gordon and son, Pearl, have gone to Pittsburgh to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harris. . ....., . Hon. and Mrs. George . Walker, of Washington, Pa., were . ihe. .week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs..A..B. Corrin. ....... Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl . Miller, returned Sunday from a motor trip through the New England states, Quebec and Ontario. ....... Leroy C. Shoup, -of Cleveland, will arrive Tuesday and will be the guest of his parents, Mr. . and Mrs. C. E. Shoup. ' . ' .... Dennison W. Grant returned on Sunday from a stay of several weeks . in California, where lie was visiting relatives. Miss Rachel Beers and Miss Dora Eckel spent the week-end at Grove City with the latter's sister, Mrs. Wal lace Manning. .. Miss Katherine Barnes went to Meadville today to. attend the Presbyterian conference which Is being held at that place. , ...... Miss Pauline Byrer has returned from Battle Creek, Mich,, where she has been attending summer school at Battle Creek College. Mr. and Mrs. George Swarthout and granddaughters, Ruth. and. Ester, of Polk, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McMullen. . Mrs. Henry H. Smith,, of Orlando, Fla and Mrs. WTayne.C. Helmbrecht, of Warren.' are guests pf their parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Kenpedy. v Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCracken and children have cone to Meadville to spend a week with Mr. McCracken'a mother. Mrs. Margaret aicuracKen. Mr. and Mrs. J." j; Lees and Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Kennedy have returned from an automobile tour through Ohio, West Virginia," Virginia ' and Maryland.'.' ,. . '... 4 ; ,. : Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hewlett, Mrs. Ann Crawford and - grandson, Floyd, of Erie, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Myers, Pittsburgh Road. ' Miss Evelyn Hutley who has been the guest for the past two weeks of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Tibbens, returned to her home in Jamestown, N. Y., on Sunday. ' of Kinzua, who have been visiting the former's brother, Homer Hanna, and family, left on Sunday for Titusville, where they will visit another daughter before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harris drove up from Pittsburgh Saturday evening and were the over-Sunday guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hepner, of Rocky Grove. Miss Heflen K. Bell motored to Cleveland on Sunday to be the guest of her brother, Dr. R. P. Bell, and sister, Mrs. Arthur Martin. This evening Miss Bell will attend the Herrick-Llndbergh dinner at the Hotel Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. West, of Pittsburgh, motored here and were weekend guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Sarah Ritts Foster, Park Hotel.- They were en route on a motor trip to the Thousand Islands," Montreal, Quebec and other points. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Powell and daughter, Helen, of Polk, and Miss Isabelle Powell, of Cleveland, left this morning on a motor trip through the Shenandoah Valley, Norfolk, Va.,. and will return by way of Washington, D. C.', Baltimore and Harrlsburg. MIDDLESEX PRESBYTERIANS HOLD 125th ANNIVERSARY BUTLER, Aug. ,1. Services were held yesterday In the Middlesex Presbyterian church along the Pittsburgh-Butler pike, in commemeration of the one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the installation of the first pastor, the Rev. Abraham Boyd. The principal address was delivered by Charles N. Boyd, grandson of the first pastor. The Rev. H. Russell Crummy, present pastor, was in charge of the services. . 5 Thirteenth SHOES and BAREFOOT SANDALS Our Barefoot Sandals for children are made of soft Brown Elk uppers with un-"usually good wearing soles. Sizes 5 to 8 89c Sizes 8 1-2 to U ....... 95c 1 . . - : -v r r .- Sizes 11 1-2 to' 2 . ....$1.19 For to 13. HOUSF THE REXALL STORE $ wf. aivv. r?p.n Afrrtnw mnvcv 5 r mm w mm mm am a-r Final Summer Clean-up New-Sport Sweaters - end Slips - MAE BACK AGAIN. Mae Murray, popular screen star, is one' ot our best Atlantic commuters. She waves her 'hello from the deck of the Aqultanta as she returns from a European vacation. AROUND THE 5TATL , By United Press. PITTSBURGH Thei Bible has- a divine origin and ' it's' infallible, ac cording to Rev. Charles S. Poling of the Second Presbyterian cnurcn. -Jtnis age Is not In need of more light or frnth nnr need is to Drooeri.v appiy what we have;" he said in his sermon last night BLAIX John W. Fenton, a state game keeper. Is in serious condition at his home here' today as a result of a bite from a copperhead snake re-resterdav The snake bit the man between two fingers of his rlgh: hand. Fenton was alone, at me time. He nearly collapsed from the effects of the poison before he could reach home. LEWISTOWy lV blacksnake filve and one-half feet In length made a desperate effort tQ enter the home of Fred W. Kelfere, here, and lost Its lifp The snake first attempted to enter the front door of the house and after being driven away made an effort at the side door. Again the snake was driven away. On the third at-tomnt It succeeded in entering the cellar where it was killed. Your Vacation or Ready his fairness then you You Satisfaction Phone 94 Street HOSIERY FOR A FEW DAYS more, anyone has the chance buy a pair pf our $5.00 to $8.00 high grade Shoes for $2.95 to $4.95. Grey, Parch ment, Rose Blush or Black Patent. K LI A ... 0 de To W ear Just an Outing ' f WRIST WATCH ' FIELD GLASSES i : LUNCH KIT BINOCULARS : GOGGLES VACUUM BOTTLE FOUNTAIN PEN TOURIST TABLET NEST OF CUPS FLASK . . and An Extra Pair of Spectacles Jo r d an 9 s i' Jeweler Optometrist Entire stock of Spring and Summer Apparel has been marked down to ridiculously Low Prices. 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