SIX ,vJfcW CASTLE, PA., NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1934. planning on attending the national convention at Cleveland, O., November 11 and 12, in the Euclid Ave street, has returned home from the Jameson Mcmorisil hospital, where .site underwent an operation for the um-lietl h;m into a sar.dinfeud ::'.-' aid (mm the State Bepart-Kjnr, ol p ii Mir. Education. BIRTHS i Personal Mention ; School Teacher To Resume Fight State Aid Refused Teacher In Fight With Plumville High Officials Si-wan ..ppsttifd ww. TODAY and FRIDAY SPAGHETTI SUPPER FOR VETS AND WIVES nue Baptist church. Mrs. Ida E. Wise Smith national president and .diss Ethel Hublcr, national officer, will be heard in radio broadcasts during the convention. Marriage Licenses I Paul J. Quinn Emiilia" Haza ?!".'. . . . ... . . . .1114 S. Jefferson St., New Castle John J. Ward Hubbard, O. Mareoi'ite Bakker . . . .Hubbard, O. The NewsTBy Ma'il, One Year, $5.00. The Sbnw Place nf New Castle NOW LAST 2 DAYS STARTS SATURDAY 3 DAYS ONLY rcmova. of tonsils. Mrs. Delia Dennis ton, of East Washington street, who underwent an operation for the removal of tonsils in the Jameson Memorial hos pital, has returned, home. ss Myrtle Rohrer, of North V street, who underwent on .operation for the removal of t.on- pital, lias relumed 'ionic. Friends are sorry to hear that little Lois Jean Stickle, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stickle. Vogan avenue, who has been ill the past month, is not improving. Miss M. Blanche Harris, of the Department of Agriculture, Harris-burg, has returned ' after spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. A. B, Harris, of Croton avenue. Dorothy D. Myers, former resident of New Castle, and graduate of the local high school, who is now enrolled as a sophomore at Kent State College, is spending the week- city. 11 Miss Betty Dripp, ti student at Edinboro State Teachers' college who is doing practice teaching in the Eric schools, will spend the week end with her parents nt their home on Clayton street. She will be accompanied by a classmate, Miss Helen Smart. Penrose S. Mellinger. son ot Mr. and Mrs. C. Lee Melltnccr, alG Win ter avenue, a senior at Carnegie Tivh. P.l If uiri-jn m,s ,.hm -I r.-, it-.- ii.nt r,i ir.;n.r in the R. o. T. C, it has been learned. Mellinger, member ot Scabbard and Blade, R. O. T. C. honorary fraternity, is enrolled in the mathematics department. ! GIRL SCOUTS the Second U. meeting was opened by folk dancss and songs. The girls then went to patrol corners and then to Signalling, first aid and tenderfoot work. The meeting was closed by taps r.r.d l: Scribe, ISABEL DOUGLAS. CHILDREN WHO ARE UNDERWEIGHT NEED - .. Nov. a. James J. Stewart, youthful Plumville high scliool teacher whose remark that Theodore Roosevelt "took" Panama $300 TO TH Ocean Liners she r-C-' , ' Yet J s- rn on November 3 to Mi .and Mrs. John Caldwell, 1328 Sheets St. a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Foster MtEwen, of Ray street, announce the birth of a son, November 1, who has been named Francis Ray, i W. C. T. u. j j and L. T. L. j I I I LAND CONVENTION A number of the W. C, T, U. lembers of Lawrence county are IDome 3-D A Y S 3 Today, Friday, Saturday HE DEFIED HIS ENEMIES TO SAVE A NATION... and his daughter's happiness! OEORCr'AR'ii'sS THE HOUSE OF ROTHSCHILD mm John Vclman. of R. F. D. No. 3. as been admitted to the New Cas- ! e hospital-Miss Loretta Reohcr oE Koppcl as returned home from the New- Castle hospital. J;l:-i),:s Sj.iv.v, r- rv.-eK-y :,c: er! r-. tlidcrty-Uit trwriwsnt ir. the J.ur.c- son wiemorjHi nospitaj. Miss Idary "E. Tait, or R. F. D. No.' 2, Mercer, is a patient in the Janie-1 son Memorial hospital, Mrs. Margaret Hice. of Wallace avenue, is in the Jameson Memorial hospital tor observation. ' William Woods, of Fulton street, has been admitted to !hc Jameson MemoriBl hospital lor treatment. Ethel Brown, of R. F. D. No. 1, Wampum, is undergoing treatment in the Jameson Memorial hospital. Mrs. Clara Pa'iizarella. of Buffalo. tV. Y. i'i the l'mhsc of Mrs. M.u;;rt'.n-L Nocera, of 1103 Soulli Jeiferson New Castle hospital late Wednes day night. Edward A. Khoury ot East North street has been suendinE several days in Kentucky and oilier south ern points. Mrs. James Ross, of 420 !i Enst Washington street, has been admitted to the Now Castle hospital ;ot sui'eical treatment. Peter Ponzi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ponzi, of 310 Golbrcath avenue, is among the patients in the New Castle hospital.' J. Fred Uber. Atlantic avenue, who has been suffering with blood poisoning for the past week, Is on the road to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Gray, Court street, have returned from Tidioute. where they were called by the death' of a relative. Mrs. Stanley Goodman of Philadelphia is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. New-mark, Leasure avenue. Miss Mary Skundor of 724 Brooklyn avenue has returned home from the New Castle hospital, where she underwent a minor operation. Mrs. Harold Shaffer, Highland avenue, has returned from Baltimore, Md.. where she was called by the serious illness or her sister. There is little improvement in the condition of Miss Elizabeth Parker, of Laurel avenue, who has been sick at her home, for the past two weeks. David William Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Michael, of 5053 West -North street, has been admitted to the New Castle hospital. Miss Jean Skundor of Brooklyn tion for removal al tor New Castle hospital, has returned Mr. and Mrs. Alex Metta, v were married a few days ago, h; returned, to their horns on Apr street, from Chicago and interest. Mrs. Jennie Fanell, w her arm a few weeks ago, ering nicely at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Ylngling, 737 Ridge street. Lois Trimble, of R. F. D. No. 1, has returned home from the Jameson Memorial hospital, where she underwent an operation for the removal of tonsils. Jean Spiker, of North Walnut HOPKINS Joel McCrea. Fay Wr A deliciously prepared spaghetti ana unio veterans nod Auxiljarv Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock ir. the city building. It was the occasion of the organization's regular monthly gathering and wa.s attended bv n large crowd. The spaghetti was served in true style ana was a mast pleas- the l! Separate business meetings followed supper and later the crowd Te-ai.,Kiiiolcd for a social hour of card playing and bingo. The committee responsible iov the evening's success was Mrs. D. E. Sturdevant. Mrs. Leo Whalen and .'. i: p.v- Wi:i fru".i the December MISS H1CKOK HOSTESS TO CLUB ASSOCIATES Pleasing hospitality was extended the Tri Quad club Tuesday evening, by Miss Virginia Hickok, of Wilmington avenue. Mrs. R. J. Riddle and Miss Harriet Beadei. were guests. The hours were spent with tile Usual card games, prises in which fell to Miss Grace Sankev and Miss Beabel. The hostess' sister. Miss Grace Hickok. neipea serve a Joveiy Juncn. m pint and gTeen tones. Miss Geraldine McClelland invited the girls ta her home on Cio-ton avenue, in two weeks. 1923 S. L. Club Guests Most delightful, was the meeting o: tne jdzs s. u. ciuo members lielc Wednesday evening in the home of Mrs. Thomas Lally. Madison avenue. Three tables of cards were in play during the leisure period, and novel prizes v,'ere awarded to Mrs. Thomas Vallely and Mrs. Hilda Freeman for capturing honor Following the serving of refresh-ents by the hostess, they departed agreeing to meet in two weeks with Mrs. Albert Sullivan, Phillips place. CBOYrp Seoul Activities SEASCOtJTS IN SESSION The Seascout "S. S. Neshannock' met Tuesday night at the Highland U. P. church with Skipper Charles Erest at the helm, assisted by First ordinary seaman rank were gone Scout Commissioner R. F. Davis was present. Then seascouts attended the meeting. Wendall Alien. Thos. Cunningham, Norm Pascarilla. Joe Wallace, Bill Quinby, Bill Pattlson, Jim Hartland, Tom Green, Walter ureen ana Kooerc lux. Yeoman, ROBERT DIS Wanted More: FRICHE5T fiowedy ft GIRBWORLD 1 I FOR ALL PENN PATRONS Free 3-Hour Inside Parking at the Lawrence Auto Co., V2 Blocks South of Theater "Where the Big Pictures Play Week After Week" U2J 11 Saturday InJL -t Wmmm WmWm Mm. m Doors Open at 12:30 COUPLE MARRIED HERE WEDNESDAY Miss Marv Jones. the daughter oi Mrs. Marv Jones o 20G West Wab ash avenue, became the bride o Harry Elmer Barnes, son of Mrs. Bessie Barnes of 279 Loomis street, Meadville, at a pretty wedding in the parish house of Si,. Margaret's church at 10:30 a. m. Wednesday Rev. Ft. A. P. Scholz conducted the ' The bride was beautiful in a gown of sea blue, and her maid of lienor, Miss Margaret OTiaughlin. or Mc-Kees Rocks, was attired in brown with matching accessories. Arthur Abell of Meadville was-the best man. Dinner followed at the home of the bride. Covers were laid iDr 50 guests at a table centered with a iitfvre bride and groom. Later in ;he day trie young couple departed for a week's wedding trip. Upon their return they will take up residence in their newly furnished home, 279 Prospect street, Meadville. Guests were present from Tle-.v Castle. Pittsburgh. Younjrstown, Meadville, McKees Rocks, Canton, North Carolina, Dorset and Jefferson. O. Mrs. Barnes is a graduate of the New Castle high school in the class of '31 and Das been employed since then at Neisner's store. Mr. Barnes was graduated from Meadville high school In '28 and is employed by the Malleable Iron Company of that city. P. E. O. SISTERHOOD MEETING ON FRIDAY Mrs. Earl E. Dart will b. hostess to the P. E. O. Sisterhood, Friday evening, nt her home, 1005 Beck-ford street. After the business meeting, a review of the much discussed book, "The Lamb in His Bosom," by Caroline Miller, which won the Pulitizer prize in 1934, will be given by Miss maces ueaaes ana promises in uc n Interesting- feature. W. E. Club Meeting The W. E. club associates were guests Wednesday evening in the home of Mrs. Jesse Dulford, Huron avenue. Cards were in play as the main diversion, prizes going to Mrs. Erlnn. Hartland. Mrs. Florence De- Puy and Mrs. Orville Michael. At the appointed hour the hostess served a delictable lunch, Mrs. Edna Hartland and Mrs. Margaret Boyd, assisting. The season's tones pre-ir.llcri in Hie armointmentB. and places marked, for the original members and one guest, Mrs. Mil dred wncox. Mrs. Fay Richards of Winslow venue will entertain in two weeks at her home. 3. K, Klob Entertained The J. K. Klub members were pleasingly received Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. William King, North Cedar street, when she entertained at their regular social session. The occasion was in the form of a luncheon, a delicious menu being served at 1:30 o'clock at a table nicely arranged. Following this feature, the guests turned their attention to cards contests. Mrs. Mildred Gearing being winner of the prize. The next meeting will be held in two weeks with Mrs. John Wilson on "Wilmington avenue. M. And M, Members The meeting of the M. and M. members was held at the home of Agusta Hitch, Bell avenue, Wednesday. A short business period was conducted, with a program of dancing and Informal diversions filling in the remaining hours. Lunch was served by the hostess, her mother, Mrs. Hitch, assisting. The next meeting on Noi'ember K will occur at the residence of Liial: Crawford. Hutchinson s!r--i.L Vvi- i Club laurel avenue pleasantly enfer-iained the memhers of the .Briseo club in then- home on Wednesday ; Cards proved the popular pastime oi the evening. At a late hour the hostess served appetizing refresh-1 ment. The Brisco club meets again I on nest Wednesday night. 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'F4 Ji x M O R A N NED SPARKS, ! j I servants f Sidney fox Sidney i HALF THE BEAUTIES ot HOLLYWOOD in a giddy girt spree that will make you leap with joy I I Entrance ' fridayand Hexall Stores, or any first class drug AT DRUOGISTS -4B?S 85 DUCKLEYC DmixtureJ A SJNeiJE R PROVES IT 1 fivL RECENT FREE PARKING For 'L PENN PATRONS! j Rluvkr, Smith of The Out 'i r! y'H - - - ----- -- - - .'III'"
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