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New Castle News (Newspaper) - May 14, 1923, New Castle, Pennsylvania In few Cas ill in los jy1�oin�oa�, May 14, 1923. I mkt \ club Calendar for this week f a tuesday executive Board meeting federation women s club v c. A cozy Home club mrs. Earl Chat fee. Laurel Avenue. The w. Mrs r. J. Robison again Heads College club informal party is enjoyable affair Maloney w. Terry Bowman be member new Castle lunch in the College club held their annual May the Lawrence club Sal ii Day. X a led. Thirty. A Luied mrs. Dainty appointments pre and covers were arranged for the committee in charge in mrs Harvey Bush chairman Eorge w. Conway miss Myrlo Biddle was hostess at an informal evening party in her her Home South Mill Street. Saturday. Victrola music dancing and games were the forms entertainment. And prizes were won by mrs. Mrs. John rav Preston and miss lean Kummell. Following the luncheon a business session was held and an interesting summary Given the years work. The annual election officers resulted As follows president mrs. J. R. vice president. Miss Alice Sterling Secretary. Miss me 11 treasurer a funds member a Mcclenathan and auditor. Miss k it Aine. It has been decided to give three scholarships this coming year. A full outline the program planned for 1923-1924, was Given by miss Bara Newell which showed a number new and interesting features. Charles Biddle and Cicil Gordon. Later a delicious lunch was served in the dining room where a Basket roses formed an attractive Centrepiece and Rose Bud favors marked places for twelve. The hostess was assisted by mrs. Walter Mcananey and mrs. Cecil Gordon. Those present were . And mrs. Charles Biddle and son Charles jr., my Dorothy Deand daughter Dorothy . And mrs. Large miss Mary James k. Biddle and son Chester Biddle . And mrs. Cecil Gordon and son Glenn . And mrs. Walter Mcananey. Carl Mccracken and the hostess. Jean rum Ilia wednesday e. O. W., mrs. Thomas West Washington Street. Circulating Book mrs. East North Street. Nidus club mrs. Harry Young Street. Sonora. Mrs. John Bergman Shannock Boulevard. N. H. B. Kensington mrs. Clyde Griffiths Park Avenue. A. Mrs. George Mccullough Huron Avenue. N. E. T., miss Katherine Evans. Winslow Avenue. New Castle Hospital Guild mrs. Peter Kelly Crawford Avenue. Wednesday morning musical first1 room presbyterian Church. Before g. K. W., mrs. Frank Hoffmaster Edenburg. E. L., miss Marie Leighty West Clayton Street. In religious and fraternal circles Alice elder Bible class Alice elder Bible class will meet thursday afternoon at 2 30 clock in the Home mrs. It. H. Huffman 60 8 Spruce St rpt. Mrs. Donaldson Leader mrs. H. Harris teacher. Class will h1 hot id wednesday evening at the close the prayer service. Or. Clinton n. Howard Rochester n. York representing the National anti Saloon league will speak sunday morning. May 20, in Maitland memorial p. Church. A race methodist episcopal ladies Aid society will meet in the Church Parlours wednesday afternoon. Mothers and daughters banquet will take place in the Church dining room thursday evening at 6 30 clock. Woman a Guild woman s Guild will meet tuesday afternoon at 3 clock in the Guild important business will he the members. A. St r it legislative committee reorganizes saturday local girl stars in merry wives Windsor a in according to the Baltimore papers miss Loretta c. Lee Soprano this City who is studying in Peabody conservatory Baltimore md., scored decided Success May 9th and the opera Nicola id a Quot merry wives Windsor produced by the students the school. This was miss Lee s debut in oper air music and it is very possible that she will take up operatic singing her Success in the Quot merry wives being such that her instructors have advised her to do so. She will be Home some time near june 1st. The legislative committee the federation women a clubs was reorganized at the meeting saturday afternoon at four clock in the y. A. Mrs. A. Taylor was elected chairman vice chairman mrs. A a. Mccracken and Secretary mrs. George a Conway. New Plaus were outlined to keep a close watch the legislation during the closing Days the legislature. Thursday. Highland Book mrs. Mater Lincoln Avenue. Rita girls mrs. Thomas cunning Winslow Avenue Ham. West Washington Street. Reunited ladies league mrs. George Carbaugh Atlantic Avenue. R. 1920, mrs. Raymond Cartwright Wilson Avenue. O. By a mrs. De Steckle West state Street. G. A. T., mrs. Joseph Wilkins Stewart place. Queen sewing Circle mrs. E. Weaver. Cumberland Avenue. Reading Circle 06, mrs. Campbell. Ray Street. West bide mrs. Elizabeth Mitchel Garfield Avenue. Iona mrs. Wilson Carr East Washington Street. G. C., mrs. H. Reeves Boyles Avenue. Vade Mecum mrs. By. Young Richelieu Avenue. Epworth methodist episcopal Epworth league Cabinet will meet this evening at the Home Fred Etter. 608 % Spruce Street. Woman a Home missionary society will meet thursday afternoon at 2 30 with mrs. John f. Carpenter 915 St. Johns Teheran third United presbyterian. Executive meeting the y. P. Will be held in the Church this evening at seven clock. All officers and chairmen committees Are urged to he present. Circle will beet tuesday evening at 7 30 a with mrs. R. Bates 1012, Beckford Street. The hour the mid week prayer service has been changed from 7 30 to h clock effective throughout the summer. It Roton m. E. Regular monthly business meeting that Queen Esther Circle will be held tuesday evening in the Church. Tuesday evening at eight clock the regular meeting the Croton a menus club will be held in the Church. Young Peoples prayer service will be held wednesday evening in the basement the Church and the adults will meet simultaneously in the sunday school room. Following the prayer service there will be a business meeting the Epworth league society in the Church. Willing workers Bible class will have their regular business session thursday evening at the Home y personal mention Harry Holle nmn Ltd to it it visited friends in Tai. It Ity Ltd Bun Day. Mrs. P m. Randolph Euclin ave nue is confined to her Home 111 j Ness. 1 . And mrs. E. B. Ray Allen 1 Street spent the week end in Pitts Burgh. Ralph l. Morrison announce the birth i m r Brown a Hamilton co regular meeting the brother j mrs. E. Morrow Walnut Street. Hood will be held tuesday evening in the Home w. H. Derr Butler Road. All Day meeting the ladies Aid society will be held thursday in the Church. Luncheon at noon. Kum join us Bible class will meet Friday evening with . And mrs. Foster Mcewen 740 court Street. E. Meet this Coulthard. E. La class. Class Croton m. E. Will evening with mrs. A. 1003 Croton Avenue. Grace m. E. banquet mothers thursday m mothers and daughters Grace i Church will be Banquete in the Hurt ii dining room thursday even Jan Eli Uribes. Fine concert in Salem. A number local people attended the concert Given in Salem Ohio last week by j. William Filson baritone Salem and Earl Truxell pianist Pittsburgh which was one he finest Ever presented there. Or. Filson. Whose Success As a soloist. And director a Given him wide recognition in musical circles is Well known in this City. Having lived Here for five years. While a resident this City to was soloist in the first presbyterian and Central presbyter 1 i a 6 30 clock. Mrs. Bean superintendent Young people Mercer county will be the principal speaker. The program will also in elude several other speakers and musical numbers. R. B. Withers is general chairman banquet a i alignments and miss May Mcgaug hey in charge the program. Young men s class will serve. Junior Kensington miss Maxine Pitzer was hostess to members the Junior Kensington in her Home Elizabeth Street saturday afternoon. Needlework guessing contests and musical selections formed the pleasures the afternoon. Refreshments were served and the hostess was assisted by miss Helen Lyle. Tall baskets lilacs were used in the decorations and a color scheme Orchid and w Hite prevailed. Special guests were the misses Margaret Wallace. Gretchen Smith. Marjorie Bell and Geneva Anderson. In two weeks miss Margaret Wiggins will receive the club members As her guests. In the Home her aunt. Miss Elizabeth Harvard. Euclid Avenue. Birthday dinner. Mrs. D. Evans entertained at a family dinner in her Home South Mercer Street. Sunday in Celebration her birthday. Covers were Laid for 12 and a Hoquet roses and carnations entered the fable. Out town guests were . And mrs. William Fowler and daughter Katherine Wood Lawn. Friday. Happy heart miss Lillian Dorsey Wildwood Avenue. Book mrs. Charles Clarke. Sunnyside. Kitch Igama miss Helen Davis North Mill Street. Von Dette mrs. J. Albert Wilson Morton Street. A. C., . And mrs. Harry Marshall Richelieu Avenue. Luncheon spoon. Mrs. John elder. East Falls Street. A. M., mrs. E. J. Thomas Hamilton Street. R. 1920, mrs. Raymond Cartwright Wilson Avenue. Happy heart miss Lillian Dorsey Wildwood Avenue. Happy hour. Mrs. John Thompson Park Avenue. First t. P. Ladies association will be guests at a 1 clock luncheon in the Home mrs. Ii. Dunlap court Street thursday. Teachers and officers the Sun Dav school will have their regular first. Baptist. Monthly sunday school conference will take place wednesday evening. This is an important meeting and the superintendent is very desirous that every teacher and officer be present. Annual meeting the women s missionary Union the Beaver Baptist association will be conducted thursday May 17. There will be three sessions beginning at 10 a. Annual mothers and daughters banquet will Tak it it place Friday even ing in the Church dining room. Clinton n. Howard Rochester. Monthly meeting this evening in the n. Y., will give an address Church. A Tureen dinner will he served at 6 30 and the principal speakers the evening will be Rev. A. Zundel pastor Bethany lutheran Church. Who will talk Law returns from Sharpsville. Mrs. Frank Mayers Scott Street has returned from Sharpsville where she was an out town guest at a dinner Given Friday at the Home mrs. William Eckles in Honor her sister. Mrs. Clara Ealon who loaves next monday for los Angelos Calif. Mrs. Emma Turner and daughter. Holen Pulaski were also present. Annuel c. A. A. S., mrs. Nue. Saturday. D. Of 1812 John Loy meet my. Moody ave Central Christian. Choir practice will he held following wednesday evening prayer service instead the usual Timo Friday. Shelton juniors will meet in the Church for their regular session thursday. # thursday afternoon at 6 clock the campfire girls under the direction mrs. Ruth Shafer Hill will meet at the Church and go for a hike into the country. Loval ladies Bible class Friday zoning with mrs. Englewood Avenue. I enforcement in Tho Church sunday evening May 20. Following the evening service the pastor Rev. Percival Lynch will leave sunday evening for Atlantic i where he will attend the annual gathering the Northern Baptist convention which convenes in that j City next week. Or. And mrs. Epworth Street a daughter. Or. And mrs. Francis Johns have moved from Craig Street to their new Home Allen Street. Miss Bertha Stewart Maryland ave Onue and Harold Taliaferro spent sunday in Youngstown. Or. And mrs. Charles e. Mccoy Gardner announce the birth a son who has been named Dale Leslie. The condition w. H Martin Fairfield Avenue who is confined in the new Castle Hospital is not. Much improved. Frank ii. Hickling Amsterdam n. Is spending a few Days with his brother h. E. Hickling Oak and Spruce streets. Or. And mrs. Herb i. Mcgoun and the misses Arabella and Sara Cobau returned Home saturday after several months stay in California. Or. And mrs w. Long j Barnesboro pa., spent the week end with the former a parents . And mrs. Edward Long Maryland Avenue. Or. And mrs. D. A. Williams Lincoln Avenue have returned from i Oberlin o., where they spent the week end with their daughter miss Elizabeth Williams. Mrs. Jeanette Nickel Cleveland o., spent sunday a the guest mrs. E. J. Edward East North Street. Mrs. Nickel was route to Sagers town. A. Who she will spend the summer. Or. And mrs. Tom Moore miss Margaret june Brown Park Avenue and . And mrs. Frank Myers Allen Street motored to Meadville sunday and visited miss Ruth Myers a student at Allegheny College reception committee for col. Thos. Crago will meet a. Book. Honor fifty fourth wedding anniversary wednesday morning musical. The special musical program which has been planned for members the wednesday morning musical club in the first presbyterian Church wednesday morning at 10 clock is open to the Public. A number Fine selections Are featured the program. X. H. B. Kensington. Mrs. Clyde Griffith 123 Park Avenue. Will entertain at a 1 clock luncheon for members the n. H. B. Kensington in her Home wednesday in Stead tuesday the regular Day meeting. Hadassah meeting. The regular monthly meeting the new Castle chapter had assail will be held in the reception room the Leslie hotel wednesday afternoon. May 16 at 2 30 clock. Important business will be. Transacted at this time. Or. And mrs. H. O. Erwin East Washington Street entertained at a family dinner in Honor the 54th wedding anniversary their father and Mother. Col. And mrs. Brinton. Seven children j. Brin Lon George b. Brinton. Will h. Brin-t.. Or. Robert Brinton. Mrs. Carl Mccandless mrs. Dave Marshall and mrs. Howard Erwin ten grandchildren and one great grandchild we Ere All present to help the honoured guests celebrate the occasion. Col. Brinton is 82 years old and his wife is 75. They Are one the first families new Castle coming Here from Braddock where their families were Early settlers. Both Are enjoying excellent health col. Brinton mounted his Pony being a familiar sight about the City. I most methodist. The Standard bearers will have their mite Box opening and mothers night program monday evening in the Home miss Genevieve Young 108 Garfield Avenue miss Young will be assisted by miss Frances Mel Lor. Miss Dorothy Whittaker and miss Elizabeth Wirsing. The Queen Esther auxiliary postponed its meeting at the mid week St. A i is. Church Council meeting tonight at 8 j. In the Church office. Junior Luther league devotional social and business meeting tuesday at 6 30 p. In. For members and parents the eighteen catechumens who we Ere confirmed May 13. A Fine program is prepared. Ladies missionary society meeting thursday at 8 p. Leader miss Katherine to ser speaker. Rev. Zundel Bethany lutheran Church subject. A South a Meric. A a social time will follow the Anniversar Celebration. Confessional services Friday Tgu p. M for holy communion Pente when eighteen catechumens will re Cejp Eho it cots Union the first time. Announcement was made today Tho appointment the reception committee that will meet col. Thos Crago. That a principal speaker the memorial Day services in this City. The committee follows Fred 1. Rentz chairman w. Reynolds maj. Guy Wadlinger. A x Coulter c. 6. Logan. Geo. Muse. John s. Wallace maj. J. V. Cunningham Hon. Has. Mathews. J a a Gardner r. Campbell Ren g Graham judge s. P. Emery . R. \ Lutz Peter Boyd. Dave Jameson. Geo. Patterson. A v. Samuel m it a land. Capt. Lee c. Horner and Ivor Davies. Faculty it a faculty party the faculty the will be hid in that ing beginning at 7 part. For members Enior High sell school tills re it 30 clock. Has one week service the pastor the pox Sale 10x12 tent 7 it. Old go 4 it. Wall door at both ends. Sod cloth 14 in. All Way around. Absolutely Waterproof. Just the thing for camping. Will have to be seen to be appreciated. 1216 Wilmington Are. Bell b7-r, special meeting. There will be a special meeting jail members the College club new Castle wednesday afternoon at 1 15, in the y. A. Matters importance will be brought up at this time. Party celebrates eighth birthday will begin the interpretation first epistle Peter. Mrs. Earl c. Thompson will entertain the Kings daughters Bible class tuesday evening in her Home. 519 1-2 Highland Avenue. The woman s Home missionary society will meet in the Church parlor i Friday afternoon. Mrs. George Greer and her group will have charge the program. The Kings Herald boys will meet with mrs. J. Baker and . V. Z. Sweesy saturday afternoon in the Church dining room thursday the 17th May. Is the Day selected for our visitation to the Ida Tibbs Home at Conneaut Lake. Dedication the Chimes next sunday morning. Bishop Berry will j he with us All Day May 2 7th. Goes to general Assembly w. H. Ubel 1 a ves this evening for Indianapolis. Ind., where he will serve the fir a presbyterian Church through the Shenango presbytery at the general Assembly which convenes there May 15-25. 1021 Kensington. Members a 192 2 Kensington will hold a breakfast at Cascade Park wednesday morning. Expert piano tuning e. A Crear y Beji phone 1492-w honouring the eighth birthday her daughter. Jane Harriet mrs. Max Klein a Roton Avenue entertained Maitland memorial p. Christian Endeavor society have a business meeting will t h is about 25 children in her Home Satur at 7 30 in the sunday school Day afternoon. Delightful pleasures \ special meeting the games and music were enjoyed and officers the sunday so Arnold Johnson a orchestra 2411�?"sweet Loving mama Quot kiss me Typo lilting Fox trots Arnold Johnson a orchestra makes records exclusively for Brunswick because like other noted dance orchestras they found Brunswick records truest clearest and most perfect in their interpretations. You la like these two sparkling dance records. Full bouncing rhythm and yielding Melody. You la want to dance to their rollicking syncopation. Something Neil every Day you can err new Brunswick records every Day. No waiting. Go to any Brunswick dealer and ask to have the new records played for you. Brunswick records can be played any phonograph but Thuv Are Best the Brunswick. A a Nam Wick Monoc paths a and Bic Oros games and and the Home wag decorated with patriotic tones. Later in the afternoon a elaborate lunch was served in the dining room where american Beauty roses and a Large birthday cake decorated the fable and patriotic baskets filled with candies marked each place. The hostess was assisted in serving by mrs. J. J. Priel and mrs. Boh Hazen. Many Lovely gifts were received by the Little Honor guest. Out town guests were mrs. J. Rosenthal mrs. Mandoza and miss a Fanny Richman Pittsburgh and mrs. R. Robison Mckee rocks a. Boyles Reed wedding event saturday been called for eight clock. Regular meeting evening room. Teachers Hool has evening at t tuesday the Normal . And mrs. David Boyles the a Faerie a announce the marriage their daughter Charlotte to b. It. Reed Lincoln. Nebraska. The ceremony took place saturday evening at six clock. Or. And mrs. Reed left later in the evening for the West. Violet heart club. Members the Violet heart club met with miss Ida Klein. Sunday evening. Music was the chief pleasure a and Dainty refreshments were served. Miss Harriet Wolfe South Mercer i Street will be hostess in two weeks. In new York. Among the guests stopping at the Pennsylvania hotel in new York City Are mrs. A. Thayer and daughter. H. H. Thayer and mrs. Lna Thayer Norris All this City. Plaiting Side Box and accordion plaiting so much in Vogue his season. He stitching Row Mill Nery 14 North Mill Street / free song Book containing 50 old time songs and Beautiful new 1923 Catalon Kimball pianos. Mail Coupon today Call at our store. Please Send without obligation. Song Book contain ing 5 0 old time songs and new 1923 Catalon Kimball pianos. Name. Address City. Authorized factory service station Lawrence Auto Ioi-1 South Mercer Street Bell phone 148 and 158 Snyder Plano comp a by Greer bldg. 20 n. Mercer St. At last a face powder that really stays . E. O. Club. Mrs. Thomas Maloney quest Street will entertain members the e. O. Club in her Home wednesday in Stead bounced. Friday As previously an executive Board meeting. The executive Board the oration women a clubs Vili f fed in get tuesday afternoon the v. A. At 2 30 clock in Wrights Market no phones. No solicitors. Pure Maple syrup 45c pint Jug White laundry soap 5c bar every Day a bargain Day at Wrights Market Nylotis face powder deluxe spreads evenly the face and possesses those adhering qualities so much desired in a face powder. If in Pisa Cantty perfumed. Flesh while Brunette love a Megown the Cut Price druggists excelling furniture values outfits suites a single items i. Swan amp co. 29 North Mill Htit circus Day specials boy a Piny Saits 95o�? made Blue and White Stripe material and Khaki doth trimmed in red. Sizes 3 to 8 years. Women a sport hosiery 58c pair fancy ribbed serviceable Hoso in Cordovan and Black. Menus work shirts 81.00 Blue chambray shirts full Cut made with triple seam. 2 pockets sizes 1 1 to 17. Men s handkerchiefs Ioc each soft Cambric handkerchiefs White with coloured Borders. Milk Weed Ream 28c Jar improves bad complexions and preserves Good complexions. Toy brooms 18c�?for the Little Tot to help Mother House cleaning time. Black enamel paint 15c 12 pint for retouching last years window screen and making it. Good As new. Remnant greatly reduced you May choose from Cushion to dress lengths in ilk mull voile and Zephyr Gingham fabric. Silk yarn 175 Yards for 75< fancy colors in All the wanted Shade numbers for sweaters and scarfs. Ii Gauntlet a love 81.05 i i r a n e w est Mode in gloves pretty color combinations Plain tucked cuffs All sizes. A a Ink demise 89<�?made Good Quality Nain Sook. He stitching and p Rem a knots form the trimming. Middy a gloves 81.19�? made a u. Mone to 82.78 extra and oho Good Quality a special value Fer tile Inch Canton Yard All silk heavy Quality evening Shade a ing 81 Repe crepe Street a the new Flat i be $1.45 in d. \ Fine Quality silk and it it ton a in All the new color combinations. 3 6 inches wide ? a Inch tissue Gingham 58� it a id imported Ging 1 rub a wide variety Pron checks am plaids turkish towels 15c each Snow White blk Ach do a Veis with Blue Borders. Good generous size. It it a rag bugs $1.45-�? be Inu Oval braided rugs i a Choice assortment pretty patterns. 9.\12 tapestry Rug a $21 a assorted patterns in Taupe and flu colourings. Ian suit t a Cut $1.50�? t aveling purposes made imitation leather. I a r Ltd u i e the curtains a �5 pair a new lot just re c veda ruffled curtains Ith t Haks to match. Circus Day specials in the basement Brown Muslin 12la<�?~ Yard a a goodly Woven Muslin �?T,6 inches wide. Table Oil c Loti .�?~?9c Yard first Quality Oil cloth in a Good assortment attractive patterns. Cine Roll Pron it 95c�? made Fine Quality per Yalcs offered at almost the Cost the material alone us Quot in the making. 1500 Yards Fine White goods ind printed Cotton goods a dial lies. Voiles crepes Nain Sooks and Gingham. go in the circus a it Ilung at extremely Low prices. I it it i Ai i a fo1 circus Dav Only Loco Yards fast color apron Gingham at 10c Yard should you judge these aprons go Igharas but ent ice it Gnu will have no Ide t the wonderful value re resented they Are warranted fast indigo in mos every wanted size and style Blue Black Ami White checks you la want to get enough these Gingham to last for a year. Basement ruffled and tufted cushions fancy Creyonne covered cushions one never has too Many these comfortable cushions in the living room Tho porch during the summer months 59c. Mercerized damask napkins hemmed All ready for service. Size a sols. Half dozen to it for 75e. American steel Wool Fine Grade steel Wool to clean smooth polish 4 packages for 27c. Of a car polish a number 9 Triangle mop and 30c bottle polish for $i.. Mail boxes a regulation Sie Black Sheet steel heavily japanes to prevent rusting 251. Soap specials b r y t n White naptha soap for 25c. P. Amp c naptha soap for 55e. Brown amp Hamilton co new Casti it Pata a

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