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MISSIONARY CIRCLE THANKSGIVING PARTY Miss Elsie McGeprge, program chairman, introduced Professor A. "Thanksgiving" fairly breathed in. the home of Mrs. Aaron Boalick, R. D.

5, on Tuesday evening when she opened her beautifully decorated residence to members of the T. B. club for their bi-weekly social as Tuesday evening, in the First TJ, P. church, the Mary and Martha Missionary Circle held their Thanksgiving party. Each girl took a gift to the party which will be packed in a Christmas box and sent 'to Frenchburg, Ky, 1 During the evening, numerous games were played under the leadership of Miss-Marie Buchner, after which a delicious spaghetti supper was served.

The menu was prepared and served by the Circle's supervisors, Mrs. Thomas Davis, Mrs, Edward Bollard and Mrs. Glen Carpenter, aided by Miss Doris Kiefer, chairman of the table committee. The social committee in charge of this affair included Jane Ingham, DONNELLY-BYERS Regular $2.49 WEDDING AT HOME At a quiet wedding ceremony to take place on Monday, November IS, Miss Jean Donnelly, only daughter Mr. and Mrs.

McClellan James Donnelly, of East Lincoln avenue, will become the bride of John Piper Bycrs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Piper-Byers, of North Mercer street. The wedding will be informal, and quietly celebrated at 11:30 o'clock in tne nome ot trie oriae's parents. MISS DOROTHY EAKIN HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Dorothy Eakin, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. T. L. Eakin of East Washington street, and bride-elect, was honored at a lovely party given the home of Miss Mary Virginia Roberts on Winslow avenue, Tues- dav evenine. The occasion was in the form of shower, and the honoree was the recipient of a collection of many, beautiful gifts.

After a social time spent informally, a dainty lunch was served by the hostess. Miss Eakin will become the bride Ralph Ziegler, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E.

Ziegler of Elizabeth avenue, this. city, the latter part of the weeK. Jolllkoosins Club Mrs. Russell Grannis, of the Har- lansburg road, welcomed the Join-kousins to her home Tuesday eve-nin sr. Card playing interested the guests and after the games it was discovered that Mrs.

Eber Houk ol East Liverpool. and Mrs. Bert Sisiey. had won the prizes. Mrs.

Houk was aiso given a surprise Dirtimay -snow- In serving the lunch Mrs. Grannis had the assistance of Mrs. Ralph Eakin and Mrs. Harry. Grab ble.

The latter is going jo entertain the club at he- home on Madison avenue on November 23. Giant Value BIG 24 INCH BABY DOLL WITH BLANKET CLOTH COAT AND BONNET MARCUS PERELMAN AND PITTSBURGH GIRL WED I A weddine of Interest to New Cas- Ueites took place Tuesday afternoon, at Pittsburgh, the principals being Miss Dorothy Meyers, daugh ter 01 JVir. m-u uvajck-" flp nf Hemrjstead road. rel Hill, Pittsburgh, and Marcus Perelman, son of Mr. and Mrs.

J. -Perelman. Boyles avenue, a. prominent local family. Ttip was cmietlv celebrat ed in Rode! Sholom Synagogue in Pittsburgh, with only members of the immediate families in attendance.

EabbI Freehoff officiated at 5 o'clock. Immediately following, a wedding dinner was served at. weuwer nau, and lar. Mr. and Mrs.

Perelman departed on an extended wedding trm TTi their return, they will reside temporarily at the home ol the grooms parents nere, on xxjyjca avenue. The bride is a graduate of the Commercial Art Department, of the University of Pittsburgh, and is head of the commercial art department of one of the well known Pittsburgh stores. The groom was graduated from New Castle High school and attended Kiski for a year. Later, he went to the University of Pittsburgh for three years. This is the second son of the Perelman family who has been' married this year.

Lawrence E. having taken for his bride, Janice Sandusky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sandusky, of New York City, on October 13. Weinjartner Class Weingartner class members gathered for a tureen dinner at 6:30 p.

Tuesday in the Epworth M. E. church. The arrangements for the evening weTe made by Mrs. Jess Kennedy, Mrs.

Norman Mitchell and Mrs. Ben Jones. A Christmas party is being planned by the class for next month. (Additional Society On Pace live) Thursday's a time. The NEW CASTLE Nf, Mill Street And Corner mmmBLr doc pro of at a of lble economy! ItV cheaper to pull-out box.

next Here's your chance to make your little girl the happiest in the world! A beautiful 24- inch baby doll on sale at Sears for 3 days only! Not only is it a big doll its beautiful, too. Dressed in the height oi fashion to please the most demanding taste of "little mothers" everywhere. An exquisite blanket cloth coat and bonnet matching undies, rubber pants, shoes and socks. From head to foot you won't find a better dressed baby doll anywhere. Her big lustrous, wistful sleeping eyes (long lashes that look just like a real baby's) are sure to win your heart.

See this baby doll at once and remember she can be bought on Sears convenient Lay-Away Flan. T. Cordray of Westminster college, at the College club meeting held in the Y. W. U.

a. Tuesday evening, which too, marked guest night, Professor Cordray gave a brief discussion of the background of the two one-act plays presented by trie Westminster ijittie juieaire. Both plays were Interesting portrayals of life in Mld-Westem farming communities. Miss Florence. Sando, student di rector, presented Miss Mary Boyd and Miss Mary Hely in the first play, and Miss Eetty scnar, student director, introduced Miss Lucille Purdy and Miss Tassea Kagler in the second sketch.

Both of the nlavs were exwulentlv enacted. Miss Jeannette Kulkin favored the group with three beautiful piano selections: "unant u'iunour, Promenade de la Merneilleuse" and "Plaintive Chanson," all by. Irenee Eerge. A brief business meeting was later conducted by the club president, Miss Frances Hayaon. Delicious refreshments were served the members and their guests ny ine committee consisting oi Mrs.

J. L. Cole, Mrs. George Crawford, Mrs. Arthur Walker, Mrs.

William Mccombs, Miss Nettie Hlnkson, Miss Verna WilTert and Miss Sara Dins-more. The next meeting will be held at tne y. w. c. a.

on Tuesday evening, December 14. ENGAGEMENT REVEALED AT D. D. CLUB MEETING Miss Carolyn Micco of Beatty avenue, proved a pleasing hostess iijesaay evening, wnen sne entertained members of the D. D.

club in her riome at their regular month ly meeting. The occasion proved a double significance, it providing a meatum oi majang Known tne engagement ofthe hostess, to Nick Casalandra, son Mr and Mrs. John Casalandra of South Mill street. A social period consisting of various games and contests was. en joy-ed.

awards iroine to Mrs. Dave De- Flore, Elizabeth Massaro, Emma (Molucca, Mrs. Sam Tomasello and Mrs. DominlcJE Morgan. In observance the birthdav an.

niversary of Martha Coialucco, the group snoweren ncr witn a collection of hankies. Lunch was served afterwards In the-dining when the news of the engaged couple revealed. The nuptial theme was all the details, and inscrip tions readme "uaroiyn Ana jnick' being discovered inside rose buds, which were given as favors. The date oi tne weaaine wm dc an nounced. The menu was enjoyed by cand-e Jigr.t, the hostess being amen by her mother, alsD Mrs.

Sam Tomaseno, Mrs. Joe Panesia ana Mrs. Ruth Micco. Special guests Included, Misses Theresa Casella, Emma Cololuca, Prances Tomasello and Mrs. Vernon Clark.

Miss Micco is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patsy Micco ot Beatty The next meeting of the club will be held the home, of Elizabeth Massaro, Duquesne street. BRIDGE-AT-EIGHT CLUB ENTERTAINED Members of the Bridge-At-Eight club were received in the home of Miss Laura Ramsey, on Wallace avenue ruesaay evening lor tneir regular social event, carets ed attention with Mildred LaytOn winning tne trtiptiv lor Alter itmcn was served oy tne hostess, plans were made' for their next meeting in two weeks to be with Mrs. tieorge uatner on avenue.

W. B. A. Guard Club Wbrnens Benefit Association. Re view 98, Guard club, held a regular meetine at tne nome Oi Mrs.

Katn- erine McClintcck, West Washington street, on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Martha Moncrief was Joint hostess lor the eilair. Card p.avlng was enloved and prizes awarded to Mrs. Helen Dun- l.m and to Atr.f Bcrnef.a Mrs, Cora Fisncr was taten as new member.

Plans were made to hold the ann'jal Christmas party on December 28, and names were drawn for the gift exchange. committee named tor tne cnrist- mas party follows: Mrs. John Earl Mrs. Martha Moncrief, Mrs. Mar-earet Loeran.

Mrs. Katherlrie Mc- CLmtock, Mrs. L. McDevitt, Miss Anna Fatcereon. Next meetina.

of the Guard club win be held in the home or Mrs. Margaret Hammond. Mrs. Sara Linton and Mrs. Jessie Crooks will be Joint hostesses.

FOB BETTER ANIJ BIGGER SHOWS GO TO THE REGENT FRIDAY SATURDAY sembly. Clusters of chrysanthemums and other flowers from the hostess' garden adorned every nook and corner, and at lunch time real festivity prevailed again. The tables were cleverly arranged with original handmade favors, that too, were suggestive of "turkey time" marking the places. Lighted bayberry candles and centerpieces of baby mums completed the setting. A most delicious lunch was enjoyed at a late hour.

Preceding this feature a program of games of many varieties, bingo, and cards held the-attention of the group. Those winning prizes included Mrs. Walter Donnelly, Mrs. H. Bintrim, Mrs.

Ray Nicholson, Mrs. W. J. Baltes, Mrs, Kenneth Boalick; and Mrs. Oliver Flceger.

Two special guests were Mrs. H. Bintrim and, Mrs. Ricer. In two weeks the club will meet with Mrs.

W. J. Baltes on North Lee avenue. "THANKSGIVING" TOPIC OF LADIES OF LIONS The Ladies of the Lions club met with Mrs. E.

D. Marvin, Lcasure avenue, Tuesday evening for their regular monthly session. Mrs. U. A.

11 vo, president oi. tne i organization, presided over the bust- ness period, after which activities were turned over to Mrs. T. El liott, chairman for the evening. Topics on "Thanksgiving" and "The Pilgrim" were presentee? by Mrs.

J. I vogan ana Mrs. r. i. Also two lovely vocal solos were contributed by Dorothy Gorm-ley Smith, with Mrs.

Jay X. Reed accompanist. Following the promm Mrs. Mar vin, assisted by the social committee, served refreshments. Their next meetinir will be in the iorm oi a luietiue party, tne par- ne announcea later.

A. A. CLUB MEMBERS PLAN DINNER PARTY Associates of the club plan ned a special party for November 18 at the home of Mrs. Eva Plush on East Washington street, their next assembly. The occasion will be in tne lorm oi a cmciten dinner, served at 6:30 o'clock.

Their last meetinir took nlace at uir residence oi jean iieisnman on Cunningham avenue, when Marietta Price was honored, it being her birthday anniversary. After a short business discussion, with the new officers taking charge, cards were play. Mrs. tranic Flush ana Kiiza-beth Martin won the prizes. Lunch was served, the hostess be ing aided by Millie Leisbman.

A large birthday cake adorned the table of the honoree, and later she wa presented with a lovely gift. The trpstreamers' class of the Er- wortn m. js. cnurcn wiu meet Kn- evening. November 12.

in the home of Miss Dorothy Jenkins. 701 Reynolds street, lor a regular to relieve HEADACHE When head throbs and aches and nerves shake, Capudine brings comfort In Just a few clears the head and soothes shaky nerves. No narcotics. By the dose at drug store fountains or In 30c and 60c bottles. Uit th liquid Remtfy For Armistice Day Flags and Flag Poles for sidewalk use and residences.

at Metzler's t2 North Mill St BUTTER SUNLIGHT 37 BROOKFEELD and CLOVERBLOOM 26-28 Jf. Jeffebon St, New Cisfle, Pa. Store Hours: Dally was Invited into the dining room where small turkey favors marked chairman, Twila Kiefer, Virginia I McClellan and Marie sucnner. A. U.

R. SOCIETY NOVEMBER MEETING Members of the A. U. R. Missionary Socisty of the Central church met at the home of Mrs.

Roland Peden, of Scotland Lane for their November meeting. Mrs. Robert A. Duff was the associate hostess for the evening. Devotiouals were In charge of Mrs.

Wm. Interesting accounts of the foreign and national topics were given by Miss Fannie Love and Miss Maxgarctta Hess. The president, Mrs, Clifford M. Propst was in charge of the business meetine. Reports were receiv ed and pians were made for pack ing Bassets at rnannsgivmE.

ine committee charge of this project will be Miss Margaret Lowery, Mrs. Paul Shoaff and Mrs. Gill Brown. A former member, Mrs. Alfred T.

Sadler, reiolned the society at this meeting, as an active associate. The hostesses served delicious re freshments following the business meeting. The December meeting will be the usual Christmas party featuring an exchange of gifts. The hostesses will be Mrs. E.

Thompson and Miss Theodora Pollock, the meeting to be held at the home of the former on Euclid avenue. BALDWIN CLASS GROUP TOURS LOCAL POTTERY Tuesdav afternoon, aooroximately sixty memoers oi tne aaiawm BiDie ciass oi tne cugiue-nn u. jr. uiuiui, enioved a trie- through the Shenan- go Pottery, when they learned the "making of pottery" from the very beeinnlnir. Meeting at the church at 1:30 CiOCK, tne group leic snortiy wwc waTds for the pottery where the balance of the afternoon was spent.

The tour proved most Instructive and edncational. Mrs. L. E. pyie was cnairrnan nnarire or tne arrarJKemtnw, wm event taking the place of their regular November meeting.

Surprise Party A iteltehtful surprise party was tendered Mrs. Harry Laughlin, Clinton. Monday evening by her daughter Rozella. the occasion being her birthday anniversary. Annrn.ximfl.telv twenty Deopie at tended.

Games whlled away the evening hours alter wmcn a aen-clous lunch was served by Mrs. C. Yrnmir. Mrs. J.

Davis. Miss Ethel Davis and Rozella Laughlin. Mrs. Laughlin received many lovely gifts. Oakwood Garden Club Members of the Oakwood Garden club, will meet at the home of Mrs.

Ethel Whiting on West State street. Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, for tneir regular session. Stuffy Head A few drops and vou breathe aeainl- Clears clogging mu cus, reduces swollen I membranes -helps I keep sinuses open. I VlCKS Va-tro-nol DANCE Nikkl Vallle's, Personality GIrli Every Friday Nlfht PENNY BINGO Tonight THE MOOSE CLUB PHOFESSIONAL SEEV1CE" ve each place. Tne hostess was assist- (Mabel Frew) of this city, an-ed in serving by her sister, TT.eima.

i n0unces the marriage of her daugh- JEiRht-At-eigbt Clob Mrs. Thomas Jones, and Edith Sherbine were card prize winners at the Eight-at-Eight club meeting Tuesday evening in the home of Virginia Kerber, Maryland avenue. an wimer rKueivcu urc rize. At the conclusion of play, the club NOW $1 .88 A 50c Deposit Will Hold Until Dec. 23.

9:30 to 5:30. Saturday, 3 to 6. Stoner-Wete News Mr5. Edward C. Stoner, of Stow, ter Margaret, to Arthur D.

Wetzel, also of Stew. The ceremony took place on Friday, October 22, in Stow, O. $2-69 $0.69 Eiorothy Cromie will receive the group in her home on Franklin avenue on November 23 for their next meeting. DAVIS SHOE CO. JUST A STEP AHEAD No waste No mess! buy Kleenex in the patented You take one double tissue at These Exceptional Footwear Values CONTINUED THURSDAY In order to give everyone an opportunity to buy quality footwear at unusual savings, we are continuing the following specials for one more day Thursday! one pops up ready for use.

DRUG CO. WasbJnflon and Mercer. Correct optical attention now may mean added years of good vision later in life. Use ryour credit convenient weekly terms will enable you to' enjoy the blessings of improved eyesight. Don't wart have your eyes examined tomorrow.

C. Lee Mellinger, Doctor of Optometry In Charge! a $3-95 to $5-00 Values a rt $0.69 NEW FALL SHOES $.69 JLj A group of suedes, every pair from our new fall SPORT SHOES S2.9S and $3.95 Vlaucs Brown and black cafsklns with leather soles and low and Cuban heels. $0.69 $269 BM TlMy playtd dirty llONESl Also Crepe Soles in Brown, Bucko and Brown Calf SPECIALLY PRICED (5.00 and $6.00 cushioned tnsoled shoes; like wnlklng on air. Black and brown kid straps, ties, Cuban heels, welted soles. Suosio's Market CREDIT Jack Gerson DAVIS SHOE CO.


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