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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1936, Uniontown, Pennsylvania PAGE TWO THE MORNING HERALD, UNIONTOWN, PA! FRIDAY SfElTTElilBkK Smithfield By PEARL STURGtS (J Sept 23. Ivnn Wilson, who celebrated his birthday Anniversary on September 16th, WHS lionor guest al a surprise dtnnpi-party fit his home on Wednesday ei-enlng. Wilson assisted 1n planning Ihe affair find carrying il out hy Kuth Haiton and Mrs L. Moser. At the (able. where seasonable ap- pointments prevailed, -covers worn: laid for Hnrold Sadler, Harold Rohtn- fcon, Joe Mosor, Hob Moser, Dick Bmlth aad Ihci celpbranl, Ivan Wilson. Postal employees of fimithflold and their guests were entertained Wed- jiesdny at a ptf-ak fry and com roast 61 the home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Dills of Ruble's Mill. More than SO persons were privileged to shire tho evening, which was mosl enjoyable Numbered In the group were: Post- master anil Mrs. J. W. Button, liar- land David, Mrs. Edna David, Iluih mid Jean David. Clnvence and Her- Jnan rtivid, .Mrs. Alice U. Moser, J. Homer Conn, Mr. and Mrs D Ramsey, Mr. and Mm. Paul llryto and children, Hill, Janle and J. D. llryte; Mr. and Mi-s. H. 0. MrookH and children Charles, Afthtir, Edith Mae and Doi-ena; Mr. and Mrs. Win Brooke and son Hugh; Mr. and Mrs. T. S Morton and daughter Kuth Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Diln and daughter Dorothy. According to the announcements rnade to the (Si-angers and farme-rfi In this community the nnnal Fayetto County Farm Tour la scheduled to take place on Wednesday, Octobor 1. Formerly the tours were events of Thursdays bnt the chance was Jnade at Ihe request of several in- terested parties mid all are asked to note the change- from the usual day ot the week. Oeloher 7, 1930, Is tlii- first day of the annual Bullskln Com- munity Fair and a trip to the fair- grounds will bo Included with the tour of various [anna. There faun products, live-stock nud marhtueiy will be exhibited as well as prize ex- amples or home.-grown products and hand-made dainties. Ariatigementa, as they stand now, have it that those who wish lo, make the Irip are to meet al the County Building in Uatontou-n nC o'clock that morning and from thorp proceed along Homo 51 lo the north- western farming section ot Fayetli-. County. Lunch will he served al noun at the Curfew Grange Hall, Flat- by women of tlio grange. The afternoon wlU be taken tip '.n pavl by Ihe vifcit to the fair-grounds al Woodalo, in Hullskln. township. Beavei1, Mercer and Vcnango Counties Tvero visited this week by men of tho County -.vho are intererled In starling purebred flocks ot sheep. O. U Conn of Smithfield and H number of other men of the County who are well In formed on sheep raiaing were includ ed in the group. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shannberger Of near Smithfield have received word that their second son. Jesi Shana- terger, Is now stationed at Norfolk, Va., with the U. S. Navy. His older brother, Robert Shanaberfiei, who en- listed In the first month of 1934 with the Army, was first stationed at the Carlisle Barracks at Carlisle, Pa., anil for the past several months has been la Manila, P. 1. Rccanse he was so far away from home during the past few months of service ho was nnablo to Hike advantage of hta furloughs and thus his period of enlistment is shortened slightly. He sails for homo this week and hopes to bo home in time for Christinas. Robert McCmcken returned this ?ek to Vanderbilt University, Nash- ville, Tennessee, where he will he a econd year medical student. He pent the Summer mouths with his larents. Dr. and Mrs. J. Mc- Cracken, Uberty street. Robert took. :iis pro-mod, at Wooster. Mr, and Mrs. Galloway of Fair- chance, who used to live on the Ireaklron farm between Smithfield and Ruble, have purchased the Augustine property In Liberty street ud extensive repair work has been ommenced. Mr. and Mrs. Oalloway and daughter Sally will move. Into the house upon, completion of modernization. Mr, and T. S. Morion, fxlsn 'ormor residents of the Ruble's Mill Road, have moved Into tho re-decor- ated apartment in the Post iHlllding and their daughter. Ruth Rlaine, is a second grade pupil in Miss Grannoll's room at the Water street school building. Mr. and McCann and family have mover! from tho Aug- tlsline house In l.iherty street to a Palrchanco residence. Nemacolin Miss Amelia Zourwlch of Ontario C-ar.ada, If now the guest of Mr. ant Mrs. Frank Fidor. Mrs. Martin Klkta and children Joseph and Elizabeth, spent the pas with the former's mother Mre. Elizabeth Kushner of Belle Ver non. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harklns o. Waynesburg spent Sunday evening vlslltng Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roderick Mr. and Mrs. Walter Puller of Jef ferson were Sunday guests of UK former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Car Puller. Sr. Miss Mary Kroslnger of New tork Oily la now visiting at the homo o her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kros inger. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs James Cole were Mr. and Mrs. Nets Sandberg of Jamestown, N. Y., an. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Speelman of Madt ton. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Pavllch am daughter Elaine wore weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ringer ani Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Orlosky. Mr. and Mre. J. J. Roach and son William have returned home after at tending the funeral services for Mr Roach's brother-in law, John Suanley of Mladen, Va. Hec.ent guests of Mr. and Mrs Lloyd were Mrs. Edna Wilson and daughters, Dorothy, Ethel and Mae all of Pittsburgh. 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Tin 37c Ronson Cigarette Lighters to HERE ARE REAL VALUES! Ball Bearing ROLLER SKATES PURITAN COTTON Pound 27c Mayflower SANITARY NAPKINS Dozen AT PEOPLES FOUNTAIN THURS. FRIDAY SAT. FRESH FRUIT BANANA SPLIT A Meal in Itself____ 15 with three gencroui of topped with fruit, whipped cream cheiry. Llbbey Safedge Tumblers Doz. 3 Doz. Sparkling oryiUI tumbl- In 9 ounce elze. A grace- ful Super-Soft! Saft Fot Children's or Adults' Teeth. PEPSODENT The Special Film Removing Tooth Paste 33- 19- Large rfflc Tube. tSe Tube____ The high-polish tooth that makes teeth tpRrkleT Smooth, e.eamy. and nupfr-ioft I Con- tains B ttlrn-romoTlnfc won't tfirm the moat eauarll fla- vored with peppermint PEPSODENT Tooth Powder SOc Tin. If you prefer powdtr, try Patntxlent (or clcnn, wblM. bright Bort safe. Ant'neptic Diluted With Tula Parti of Watetl Antiseptic IS. 4 ft 50. 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