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New Castle News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, New Castle, Pennsylvania New Cas i be pa., news monday. Junec Byju. Three afternoon Bridge at Field enjoyable a a a 4l, Noa ill Tbell by a be. Telf it a Shenango chapter a a. E. S. Plans picnic Ord it us a of play ground event at House wednesday a play ground party will be held it the be w Castle Leld on wednesday. June 25 101 children under my 01 p it up a a Taxa or 1er och am i Amper at 6 30 a a a a fan and for to in annual ? held a Cascade �\���8, june 26 a he be served in and a a addition to of 3 i a Berl a i 440 not up or or Fie age the hours will by clock and the committee for a Good attendance. No 1� 1 invitations have been sent out Lese parties a a All in charge Oft. W Row lard and her aids. James b Matthews and or. I Mckee Cath m general limit tee sements Avenins. The ii orc Youngstown Roa i merry gathering when a number guest in honoured of Bert Coates of the was the scene of a on recent Date of guests assembled Jefferson Street i Luis the prot mrs a men a Chi inn v it Mcki wed i Hospital Lub the new cast a entertained Ever Lospin by mrs. It the e Keneady for their regular to Honor or. And mrs. Eli Evans of Windsor. Colorado it being their first visit to new Castle in the past Twenty four years. Singing music and games of various sorts were forms of entertainment during the social period with a delicious full course menu being served at an appropriate hour. The tables cleverly Arran d in pastel tones and Spring Flowers marked places for 53 mrs. R g. Coate mrs. Horehled and mrs. Herbert Coates. Guests were present from new Wilmington Ellwood City. Edenburg Mahoning own and new Castle. The first afternoon Bridge Paro he season was held at the Nev Castle Field saturday. June 21 l luncheon was served at 1 o clock and play began at 2 o clock prizes were awarded to mrs ado pm Green and mrs. P. J. Flaherty. The next regular afternoon and to v ill be held on july 4 and the hostesses will be mrs William m. Brown and miss Mary w Clark. Coo Coo mrs. Mary Gilkey of Martin Street was a pleasing hostess Friday when she entertained meet res of the Coo Coo in her Home when mrs. Helen Boehm was admitted As a new member during the business session. The social hours were pleasurably spent in games and contests of various sorts prizes being awarded to mrs Grace Primavere. Mrs. Kate Ayers. Miss Claire Dempsey mrs. Mayme Bevan. Mrs Helen Boehm and mrs. Sue Dunn a delicious lunch was later served by the hostess assisted by mrs. Rachel Jones and mrs Grace Primavere. The next regular meeting will be held on Friday. June 27 at the Home of mrs. Grace Primavere on West Washington Street with mrs. Rebecca Schell As associate hostess instead of the Date planned on. It being a Legal Holiday. Honor Bride elect honouring miss Irene Johnson who will become the Bride of Anthony Fana Nana this month a number of friends gathered in her Home on the Garet Wilson. Park Avenue y Youngstown Road saturday tuesday Limo Daushis picnic. Cascade Park o. N. O. Club. Miss Sara Thomas Cascade Street. B b . Cascade Park. T l. T. Kensington. Cascade Park. 6 o clock. Wednesday Jameson Aid society at Hospital. G. K. W. Club. Picnic at Cascade Park. O. E. A. Club. Mrs. Harry Davies i Dushane Street. Tureen dinner . Mrs. Dean Forest. Smithfield Street. 1923 s. L. Club. Mrs. Charles Hannon. East main Street 1907 mrs. C. Avery Spruce Street. Elwilda Kensington. Mrs. Emma Mckissick. East Washington Street. H. G. L. Card . Mrs. W. H Tanney Laurel Boulevard. O. D. Club mrs. Russell Crane Harris Rei Street. Rainbow mrs Normas Mckee. Warren Avenue. Mrs. George Bryan associate hostess. Reunited ladies league breakfast at Cascade Park. Thursday evening Bridge Field instead of thursday play ground event Field . Unexpected or. And mrs. E w. Beadel Rhodes place 6 30 o clock. Circulating Book mrs. Mar thursday g. W. C. Club Honic at Cascade Park. Alianza Kensington. Mrs. Harry Ward. Norwood Avenue ladies Golf luncheon. Field summer frolic Field Temple Israel sisterhood o. B. F. Club miss Williamina Louden. Harrison Street. T. L. T. Kensington supper at Cascade Park. Kok onut Klub. Hilda Leonhardt. Cunningham Avenue. 1919 Kensington mrs. J. Young Hillcrest Avenue. Jolly dinner , mrs. William Reynolds. Moody Avenue. No nox Bridge Chi or. And mrs. Arthur Sampson Hillcrest Avenue. A. A. A. Club mrs. Alice Wilson Cherry Street. T. B. L. Club. I. And mrs. David Richael. At Lakewood Sawalla . Mrs Samuel Bough ter Wildwood Avenue. Jolly twelve mrs. John Lush Young Street. T. A. C. Club. Mrs. Roy Keety. South Ray Street. S. Club mrs. David Mcke Fark Avenue. F. O. F. Club. Breakfast at Cascade Park. E. N. C. Club Cascade Park breakfast. Friday Happy hour picnic Ramona mrs. Cecil Gordon Sheridan Avenue. I b. B. B. Club. Mrs. Walter Gross. A amp Zon Street with a Shower. So received Many up you. Norw Avent few a a the my a Basic or Quot Wllliam n me gifts to use in her new Home new Castle Hospital . Mrs. Shock proof Westfield watches a a a real Many Swatch these Westfield the kind you wont have to cod Jit. In the office you can be sure of its unfailing accuracy. On the links or Tennis q court you can engage in strenuous activities with the Assurance that jolts and a jars will have no effect on its Shock proof movement. 2 and wherever else you go you can always be proud of its unusual Beauty. A Many models to choose from�?$9.7 5$ 12.7 5$ 1 7.7 5 g. A the b. Club. C. Club members will dinner it Cascade Park noday of this week dinner will served in the Grove at noon. A w Punie Brown East Street. Aides in serving were the social hours wer spent in Dan Ccharles Mckeever hostess at Ever Cady r na0rm Armstrong is mrs Hettenbaugh ing. Music and games for which prizes inn. Were awarded to the winners. Those Highland Book . Mrs. C. A. Taking part in the program Especial Reed. Lincoln Avenue. 2 o clock. In arranged for thl occasion were Benard Row Bottom. Charles Phil j new Wilmington lips. Ralph Sheen and James Wirtz a e. O. W. Club. Mrs. Leroy Martin at a selected hour q tempting lunch Albert Street was served by mrs George Johnson n. H. B. Kensington. Mrs. Stanley assisted by the misses Margaret and Reese Rose Avenue Pauline Dwyer. During the serving. I play ground event. Field Houe. Miss Catherine Quinn who will be the Theta no mrs. Paul Rowe e. The maid of Honor at the wedding. Long Avenue made the speech of the evening. The Bollinger reunion. The Bollinger or Union will be held saturday june 28 at the Home of Burl Clark at f redo a a supper at Park girls of the commercial department of the Bell Telephone company enjoyed a picnic supper at Cascade Park saturday evening. Eight were present and the hours following the supper were spent in swimming and other amusements. Alianza mrs. Harry Ward Norwood Avenue. M a a a ,. A e. T. W. Kensington mrs. J w t. Y. C. Club mrs. Dorothy Hunter Mccreary. Park Avenue 1 a clock a a luncheon. Saturday a teen age Tea dance. Field r. S. Club. I Vlra. Edward Reynolds Mcclelland Avenue. N. A. T. Club. Picnic at Rock a Springs Park. West Vii Mia Honor guest received Many Beautiful gilts. Dinner postponed the Tureen dinner scheduled for entertains for brother mrs. Albert Sampson entertained a group of friends saturday evening in thursday evening Bridge Date changed indulged in with the prize being won by miss Hazel Shehy. A delicious lunch was served the guests with favors being Given to each. At the u fun. Of for a. A a us Hus Cal ii g in close of the afternoon the Honor guest wednesday. June of. At Lakewood Lor her Home on Hillcrest Avenue in Hon due to a dance being held at the or re Neh a no a a a a a a a of lev dancing a also fight returns Tomte returns will or received Over the largest radio in this Community direct from the ringside at Lakewood Beach plan to ome out the mothers Circle of the first meth Odist episcopal Church has been postponed indefinitely. T. Y. C. Club members of the t. Y. C. Club will or of her brother Victor Underwood of new York City who has been visiting her. Three tables of Bridge were in play during the evening and at conclusion prizes were awarded to Wayne can acct wednesday instead of thursday non Anc Eleanor Rudolph for High As planned with mrs. Dorothy Hunter scores Field next thursday evening the regular thursday evening Bridge party will be held on wednesday. June 25. Hostesses for this event was presented with a Shower of Many Beautiful gifts. Guests included Doris Stoner Helen Langland. Olive Mcwilliams Hazel will be or. And mrs. We. S. Wheeler a Kcf a by a a a a a and or. And mrs. S Alberston. Mar it Arlene hal1 Sylvia ludorl1 of new Wilmington. Circulating Book the circulating Book members will meet wednesday at 2 o clock with mrs. Margaret Wilson. Park Avenue. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess and mrs. Edward Campbell closed a delightful evening. Annual picnic. The daughters of the King of Trinity episcopal Church will hold their annual picnic at Cascade Park thursday evening. June 26. At Cascade Park. Picnic supper will be held at 6 30 tuesday afternoon at 2 Odoch a a a clock ult he meal is iut ish their table service and 1 Tureen. Former members will be guests of the occasion. G. A. R. Meet a meeting of the g. A. A a held in the City building. Will be Kodak pictures made from your films. We make the Best pictures possible from your exposures. If not possible to leave your films during store hours please drop them in receiving boxes on either Side of front door after writing your name 011 Roll or envelope. You can get 8-hour service by so doing. At Metzler a 2? North Mill Street expert piano tuning e. Mccreary 710 Monroe St new Castle a. Bell phone 1876-m worthwhile Kensington the meeting of the members of the worthwhile has been postponed until july 10 when they will have a picnic dinner at Etna Springs. Robert Mackie new castles Best liked Wall paper store Sherwin Williams paint Headquarters 117 e. North St. Everybody is invited to the big party t0nigh1 Persing Hall a pretty Home wedding occurred thursday when Ocie Persing. Daughter of or. And mrs. Wilbur Persing of Bessemer became the Bride of Jesse c. Hall son of or. And mrs. J. C. of Pittsburgh formerly of new Castle in the Home before an assemblage of members of their families. The. Rev Smith pastor of the methodist Church of Youngstown Ohio officiated with the ring ceremony. The Bride who was Given in by her father was Beautiful in a gown of White Georgette with Semi fitted Waist and Long uneven Hemline and carried an Arm bouquet of White Reses and Valley lillies. Miss Anna Wiley. Who was chosen As maid of Honor was attired in a frock of Orchid made on the same pattern and carried a bouquet of orchids and snapdragons Everett Persing. Brother of the Bride served As Best Man. A wedding dinner supplemented the Reading of the nuptials. Covers being Laid for the immediate families and a few intimate friends. The brides Kenneth Langland. Charles Reider. Robert Sheehy Bobbie Candotti. Jack Heathe. Lloyd Wimerjr. And the Honor guest. Birthday honoured. The Home of or. And mrs. A w Biddle on the Youngstown Road was the scene of a delightful family gathering on sunday in Celebration of the eighty third birthday of the former. A picnic dinner being featured was served at 5 30 o clock on the Lawn covers being Laid for 25 guests. The Home being beautifully decorated throughout with Garden Flowers of Many hues formed a fiting background for the event where the Honor guest was presented with Many Lovely gifts in behalf of those in attendance. Among those present were or. And mrs. John Stewart and children. Norman and Leona. Or. And mrs. H. B Biddle and daughter Margaret. Or and mrs. George Biddle of Akron o. Mrs. Charles Skerman and son Howard. Mrs. Fenton and grand daughter Lucille of Mckee rocks. Or. And mrs. Louis Lindeman. Or. And mrs _ a a Edward White mrs. L. J. Rhinehart. Table seating eight was beautifully user Pierce. Mrs. Simonton or. And decorated in tones of Pink and Whire mrs. C. E. Anderson mrs a w. Bid a paran count on Parade at the Capitol tonight�?50 famous stars appear. With a Large wedding cake topped with a minature Bride and Groom forming the Centrepiece. The Bride is a graduate of the be Semer High school and for the past few years has been employed in the office of the local concern. Or. Hall is associated with the Bessemer Lime Stone company die. Oscar Dinsmore and the Honor guest. Club postponed mrs. Earl Kahover 126 North Mill Street who was to have entertained the h. H. Bridge on tuesday has postponed the meeting for two shake hands meet your film favourites face to lace in a Paramount on will Sec you All 5 .00 free to Norv Man. Moman and child that has 115.00 or More Orui of denial work done at or. Ford s offices. This offer i made to celebrate the opening of my new Branch office at Mead fue a. This special offer for this week Only is made to acquaint you with the famous Ford service so you can know Ford Quality and the savings in Ford prices plates made and fitted by experts in my own laboratories. Crowns 22k Gold $5,00 bridgework. $5,00 Teeth cleaned. $1.00 fillings.$1,00 or. E. A. Ford dentist phone 762 Over Mccrory s 5 a 10. Open evenings. Or. H. S. Kison mgr. 132 fast w Ashington Street new t Astle. A 523 Lawrence Avenue Ellwood City a they will suspend with a wedding Quot Oaks at Lhea trip until a later Date and a ill be at acct we a a mrs Wallover As hostess. Home to their friends in Bessemer. A a a j Kensington change birthday event members of the n. H. B. Kensing honouring the Twenty first birthday ton will meet with mrs. Stanley Reese j of her daughter. Almira mrs. L. L. Rose Avenue on wednesday. June 25. Cunningham delightfully entertained at two p. M., instead of on thurs a number of Young folks in her Home Day afternoon As planned. On Pearson Street sunday afternoon a at a nicely appointed 1 of clock dinner. Covers were cleverly arranged at a table beautifully decorated in tones of Pink and White with bouquets of Spring Flowers blending in entered with a Large delicious full course menu by mrs. R. W. Morris. At the conclusion of the dinner the hours were pleasurably spent with informal pastimes. Toward the Clase of the event the guest of Honor was the recipient of Many Lovely gifts in memory of the Day. I out of town guests included or. And mrs. G. D. Roberts mrs. William Roberts and daughter Kathryn of Koppel. Alianza changed the meeting of the Alianza members will be held on Friday evening at the Home of mrs Harry to Norwood Avenue instead of thursday As previously announced. Theta no the Theta no members will meet wednesday evening in place of thursday As announced. Mrs. Paul Rowe of East Long Avenue will be hostess. # a Highland Book . The Highland Book will have a a business meeting on wednesday at f. O. Luncheon i 2 of clock at the Home of mrs. C. A the f. O. Luncheon members Reed Lincoln Avenue with All books met at the Home of mrs. Fannie Weingartner on Butler Avenue Friday evening when they were entertained with a delicious Tureen dinner. Covers were marked for 24 guests at tables beautifully decorated with Cut Flowers. Special guests of the occasion included mrs. George Weingartner and daughter Helen mrs. Edward Heiserman mrs. Thomas trodden. Mrs. Carrie Wilson and miss Barbara Nesbitt. The social hours were enjoyably spent informally. The next meeting will be on july 20, when the ladies will have a six o clock Tureen dinner at Cascade Park. Being turned in at this time. We Hava . Mrs. Merritt Reynolds of Dushane Street will entertain members of the we Hava this evening in her Home. H. G. L. Girls miss Naomi Armstrong of Reynolds Street will be hostess to associates of the h. G. L. Girls Friday evening at their regular meeting. Lets go everybody s marching to the music of a Paramount on Parade Here s dancing that a dancing a dancing to save your sole a Nancy Carroll dances and sings Quot Over the House tops to the m0011�?T Chevalier and his singing dancing beauties takes you on a Cloud sweep ing voyage a gorgeous riot in technicolor you la believe Quot in a in. R my Lor you Quot when you hear Jack next meet no Oakie and Zelma of Neal sing it. Quot any times the time to fall in love Quot monday. Tuesday and wednesday is the time to hear this hit Sung by buddy Rogers and Lillian Roth. Of course every one in new Castle e. T. W. Kensington the e. T. W. Kensington members will meet Friday at the Home of mrs. J w. Mccreary Park Avenue for a 1 of clock luncheon. E. B. C. Club meets the newly organized e. B. C. Club _ _ held a meeting Friday evening at Cas i unexpected Cade Park when they entertained at w. A Tureen dinner. Covers marked for members of the unexpected teen 1c guests after which the amusements l11 go the p, on train of the Park were enjoyed. Announce mrs. E. W. Beadel Rhodes r lace 1.w.u 1 ment of the next meeting will be made i tuesday evening at b 30 o clock later birthday party the Home of mrs. Lloyd Wimer of Beckford Street was a gathering of much merriment saturday when she e. N. C. Club the e. N. C. Club members have a breakfast at Cascade Park 011 thursday morning of this week. Is going to the big party of famous j entertained a number of Little Tolks stars at the Capitol monday tuesday j in Honor of the sixth birthday of her Surprise Shower. Honouring or. And mrs. Harry w St rat on 117.75 Elkton �--75 58c down�?50c a week Welt Jack Gerson b 18 North Mercer St. Yol r jeweler Penn theatre . A a the Little store on the Corner Doin bit business on the a a a a a my Mem newly furnished Home on Denver Avenue. Presenting them with a Surprise Kitchen Shower. Guests present were or and or Robert Bowes or. And mrs. John Oberlitner. Or. And mrs. Arlie Shif Flet mrs Maude Reinhart. Mrs. Martha Gillespie mrs Maude Stevenson Frank Kennedy. Raymond Kennedy and miss Clara Kennedy. Entertainment for the evening was furnished in card tables with a delicious lunch being served at a late hour by the guests of Honor. T. L. T. Kensington members of the t l t Kensington Mill have a Pieniel supper at Ca it Rade Park on tuesday evening wry each bringing their own table service Rainbow Lub mrs Norman Mckee and mis George Bryan Wili be associate hostesses to members of the Rainbow in the Home. 922 Warren Avenue wednesday. Births t a a announcements to appear in a a this column must be signed with a a name and address of writer. A a a Oday this is the regular meeting of the and definite Piar for the Ummer program w .11 be discussed. The new is open to a voting women it it in Een veers or a her. Mere Ings v in be held every Monda Nur Oay aider ii i be n he form or. And m 4 Paul were of 22 Clenmore Boulevard announce tin birth of a son in the Jameson memory Al Hospital on june 21 c. A c. Club. The c. S c. Club member.4 n Moonlight supper at 011 tuesday evening will hold Cascade Park june 24. Y. W. C. A. Notes a f a a a a preparing for amp. One week from today Camp East Brook will be opened y w c a executives and members of the Camp committee have been but final preparations for the there has been a lot of v done at the Camp and Thor have been working hard to it preparations in time. Registrations have been fast and indications Are tha will be full every week of 1 Makii opener a a a to .11 a i 0111 pie a i w. C. T. U. And l. T. L. A i summer Ketr eation members of the newly organized summer recreation meet a a the y w. C. A. Building at three o clock Canton Man has hip dislocated suffers injury when car overturns on curve near Harbor sunday evening Leroy. To h of 302 Cherr a Weiwu Canton. O. M the Jume it. In memorial Hospital suffering with a it located hip sustained s,.nci2 a evening when Bis car overturned on the Youngstown raid near he Harbor Bridge the Accident occurred Short i v after 8 Feun Dav evening. It. Is. Failing to take the curve and going �110 the ditch where it overturned the other occupants of the machine e caped with nun injuries Harbor w. C. T. U. Meets members it 1 the Harbor w. C. T l held their regular meeting Friday afternoon of he Harbor United presbyterian Church with the president mrs. Herman Baler. In charge Margaret Cox led the devotional Quot a d the business routine followed miss Margaret Walker and members of the Scotland Lane Union were special guests. An interesting program was presented by the l t. L. Members of the Harbor Union with a song a Ruth Cox and the l t. L. Yell who Are we opening the program. Recitations were Given by Gladys Thorpe. Mary Ellen Kenehan. Leona Bailey and Betty Byler with two Clever Little play lets being presented. A we can Tell you and a the message of the miss Margaret Walker the county president gave a splendid talk and the program closed with a tribute from mrs. A. Patterson to the Harbor Union. I girl scouts tuesday office hours. Miss Nance Pugh girl scout Diree a Tor. Will be in her office 111 the y. W a a. Building tomorrow Between the hours of 1 and 2 30 p a. And w ill take registrations for Camp at that time. With new Castle afro americans Ever i cd b mrs. Annie Morrison will be hostess to the Ever ready a thu evening at 8 of clock at the Elm Street y w c. A. F a / a h his gift to his Bride an. Elgin it wednesday Only. Pc iks make All j Little daughter Roberta. During the Kennedy a recent Bride and Groom. Arrangements to be play hours games and contests were i a number of friends gathered in their at Buckingham Palace there is an official whose main Joo is to guard i against false run mkt about Royalty 1 and Royal affairs. A sift bit expf�ff�,5 lifelong Devotion. Bet is accurate dependable minute True. The Beautiful Model shown Here has a 15-jewel movement in a Case of solid White Gold charmingly engraved. There Are Many other attractive Elgin watches kit a both men and women on display at of store. May show them to you prices Range from $1 5 to $650. Mather Bros. Co 213 Washington St

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