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New Castle News (Newspaper) - May 15, 1923, New Castle, Pennsylvania New Castle news tuesday May 15, 1923. Five ��1� wednesday s clubs. College club. Y. A. C. A new Rastle Hospital club mrs. Anna Duff. Locust St re to. I. P. C. Club mrs. Florence Hall South Street. E. O. W., mrs. Thomas Maloney West Washington Street. Circulating Book mrs. S. Perry East North Street. Nidus club mrs. Harry Bowman. Young Street. F Sonora mrs. John Bergman Neshannock Boulevard. N. H. B. Kensington mrs. Clyde Griffiths Park Avenue. S. 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. First presbyterian Church. G. K. W., mrs. Frank Hoffmaster Edenburg. E. L., miss Marie Leighty West Layton Street. A Cubbison mrs. Phillips and mrs. Charles Hilliard. Miss Grace Woodworth was taken in As a new member. Arrangements for the trip to Pittsburgh May 25. To attend the Art exhibit in the Carnegie Institute Are in charge mrs. F. Burton. A special guide will accompany the ladies through the museum. And lunch will be served in the cafeteria. Mrs. E. I. Phillips Highland Avenue will he the hostess at the meeting in two weeks which will be the last one the season. M. N. C. Club. A number girls met in the Home j miss Emma Thompson. Harrison Street. Monday evening and organized a club to be known As the m. N. C. Club. A business meeting was held followed by a social hour. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by mrs. Patton. In two weeks miss Katherine Norris. Randolph Street will be hostess. Visiting Here. Justin Williams new York Oitt is spending a few Days with his apr ends. Or. And mrs. Evan Williams Bleak Ley Avenue. Following his marriage to miss Anne Estes Bethlehem pa., in the Early part june they will leaves for France where . Williams will study in Fontin i Bleau. E. I. Class. The regular social meeting the e. Class the Croton m. E. Church was held monday evening in the Home mrs. M. A. Coulthard Croton Avenue. Social pleasures and Victrola music were the forms entertainment. The hostess was assisted by miss Mary Mccoy in serving refreshments. The second monday in june mrs. Ralph Pence Maryland Avenue will be hostess. �?1 the Reading Circle. Several interesting Book reviews were Given at the meeting the beading Circle monday afternoon in the Home mrs. A. D. Newell Wallace Avenue. Mrs. E. I. Phillips was in charge and gave a review a the enchanted the other review s were a a cathedrals miss Dell mrs. Quinn not improved. There is Little improvement in the condition mrs. William p. Quinn Cleveland formerly this City who is ill in Burleson sanitarium grand rapids. Mich. Mrs. Quinn is suffering from nervous breakdown and will probably be confined in the sanitarium for two months. Shamrock club mrs. D. F. Donnegan. Leasure Avenue will be hostess to members the Shamrock club in her Home thursday evening. New cattle Hospital club. Mrs. Anna Duff Locust Street will be hostess to members the Newcastle Hospital club in her Home wednesday evening. Davidson a a grow the the sail mrs. F go g t Jug hairs will vanish after this treatment a personal mention is toilet helps you can keep your arms neck face free from hair fuzz by the occasional use Plain Del atone and in using it you need have no fear marring injuring the skin. A thick paste is made by mixing some the pow dered Del atone with water. Then spread the hairs and after 2 3 minutes rub off Wash the skin and All traces hair have vanished. Be careful however to get real Del atone and mix fresh. A a \ Tom eyes if you have defective vision and wish to obtain expert service and advice see e. Young. First because our examinations Are made by the most approved scientific methods. Second because you get glasses that Are accurately fitted. Third because i grind my own lenses use no drops and guarantee the Best for your Money. E. Young optometrist optician 219 a a Sast Washington St. Kent to a Dixon theatre Hoosier delivers your Hoosier you could put your Dollar to no better advantage than for the first payment your Hoosier come in tomorrow sold in new Castle Only at a f in Quot Iru get it. / Wyriek a Market East. St. And Nesh. Ave. Corn beef Large can 25c roast beef extra Fine 25c fresh herring per can 23c the 10 Lucky numbers drawn for a Pound Senate Coffee Dee were 559, 508, 573, 633, 648, 649. 738, 852, and 878 mrs. John Knox court Street confined to her Home by illness. Miss Bertha Sherman. Bradley Avenue is confined to her Home by j illness. Mrs. Catherine Shaffer Petersburg o., is visiting her son William Shaffer Vine Street. Miss Margaret Barnes Lincoln j Avenue spent the week end at her Home in Spring Boro. Or. And mrs. Fred Kerr Wallace D. 2 announce the birth a son in the new Castle Hospital. Mrs. Laverne Hemphill. Mercer is the guest her Mother. Mrs. Charles Ashton. Adams Street. Mrs. Steve Harris Neshannock Falls has been removed to Newcastle Hospital for treatment. Henry Huckabee Cleveland spent sunday with his Mother mrs. H. Broadbent court Street. Mrs. Edwin Wenkart Akron is the guest her Mother mrs. John Cartwright East Washington Street. Born to . And mrs. H. Me Clurg. Of 504 Croton Avenue a son who has been named Thomas Vernon mrs. Jay Phelphs and mrs. Garner Akron q., have returned Home after visiting with friends in this City. Miss Frances Bel West Middlesex has returned Home after visiting her aunt miss Jessie Angel court Street. I mrs. Clark Wiggins has returned to Westminster College after spending the week end at her Home in Butler. Or. And mrs. J. Sanford. Dewey Avenue announce the birth a daughter who has been named Betty Adams. Rev. D. P. Shafer and son Ray-1 mond East Reynolds Street Are in 1 Meadville visiting with . Shafer s j Mother. I . And mrs. Edward Beahm . And mrs. Howard Dean and . And mrs. Lew is list motored to Ravenna o., sunday. Or. And mrs. P. E. Rhodes and son Wayne Slippery Rock spent monday with mrs. R. G. Boak Crawford Avenue. Mrs. Eva col Boyles Avenue has left for Clarksburg a. Va., where she will remain for the summer with her son Frank m. Cole. Ralph Emery h. A. Miller and j William Minner have returned from 1 new Kensington where they attended j the knights Malta convention. Mrs. M. Mangel and . And mrs. Walter Boals and son Billy West Middlesex spent sunday with miss Jessie Angell court Street. Mrs. J. E. Gala her and n. E. Gro cutt and daughter Dorothy Shar a have concluded a visit with mrs. James e. Rogan West North Street. Mrs. D. B. Crissman Crawford Avenue spent the week end with her husband at Utica pa., where he is egg pm employed by the state Highway department. Joe Hartman Grove City College visited his parents . And mrs. Paul Hartman East Lutton Street Over the a Eok end and returned to school yesterday. Or. And mrs. Charles Garwig Shirley Garwig Marjorie Watkins Chester Garwig and . Watkins motored to Ellwood City sunday and were guests friends. Rev. And mrs. Calvin Gilfillan Montoni fancy White silk stockings $4.50 pair women a extra flue Quality pure thread White silk hosiery. Excellent for graduation gifts and wedding gifts. A Good assortment openwork effects to choose from. All sizes. Women a White silk gloves $1.29 pair fashionable White silk gloves. The perfect fitting kind. Two clasp gloves with White and Clack stitching. Sizes 6 to 8. May White Sale $1 29 pair. Boys White blouses $1.00 spic and Span White blouses made Cord and Check Madras materials in Collar and Collar less styles. Sizes 8 to 15 years. Boys White Wash suits $2.95 infants White dresses $1.25 Long and Short models. Hand made dresses neck and sleeve edged with lace. Women a White Linen dresses $8.50 women a pretty Linen dresses made real Irish Linen. Pre shrunk. White embroidery \2/ic Yard 7 and 9 Inch White Cambric and Swiss embroidery. Convent edges and eyelet effects. Swiss embroidery $2.25 Yard new All Over Swiss embroidery extensively used for Gimps panels Restees and collars and cuffs. Menus athletic Union suits 50c first Quality garments mad Good Quality Nain Sook. Full Roomy Cut. All sizes. White silk sox extra Fine Quality. Full fashioned $1.00 pair. White Wool sweaters slip and coat styles a $ 10.50 and $ 11.50. White English Broadcloth shirts in neck hand and Collar attached styles. Sizes 14 to 17�?$3.50. Women a gowns 95c models Nain Sook and soft mus 1 i n. Attractively trimmed with lace a n d e m b Roibb by. Round Square v neck. In flesh and White 9 5c. Windsor crepe gown. $1.45 he stitched with it tasting colors. Round v neck styles. In fish and w h i t a a $1.45. Fancy crepe gowns in colors $2.00 Nain Sook gowns $1.50 attractively trimmed with lace. Round Square v neck styles�?$1.50. Outsize gowns $1.29 out size gowns figured Windsor washable crepe in Fles Rii Orchid and Blue. Envelope Chemise a 89c envelope Chemise soft smooth Pink Nain Sook. He stitched bodice Tup styles. Trimmed with French knots. Envelope Chemise 95c Bull to p shoulder and bodice top styles plainly tailored lace and embroidery trimmed. Linens bed covering and towels All i Neri to mfrs size Mil by hand White with regularly 45c, May White 17x30 inches hem Pian Borders. Sale 39r. Hemmed napkins mercerized damask Nap kill. Hemmed ready for use dozen 69c. Turkish towels�?-18x36 inches strongly Woven and absorbent. In Plain White with Blue Border y hemmed 25c. Extra heavy turkish towels size 23x42 inc a Tii icy Jacquard Woven designs in White b Itje and yellow Borders. Regularly s5c May White Sale 79e, Hurk towels a Plain White Cotton Huck Tow a thirty inches Long and hemmed. May White Bale 10c ii. An annual event in May hich you will do Well to take advantage Imen Lovely White blouses $2.45 the Sale it our be be n waiting for. An Chest and Bureau drawer. Heaps and heu and napkins. Pile upon pile Dainty uni , because color and lingerie Are in towels that one wants to Burn ones far i oods by the Yard everything in the a it port Unity to a Crisp White Wear in White e. Such Refre sheets Pillow Pienis table and do Hing 1� Cusp a 1 Ica the Lory Trimm d ruffs Peter r.? and Square Long sleeves. 5 6 to 4 6. Striped Dimity gowns $1.50 White Yard goods a 1 and 1�1 me a Trimn in h. Skirt Leneth. Rev ice nouse length a Ith the Buncom Lari vests arid step ins a t it Vevest and St made Fine qua Stripe Batiste. All Wool Cream Serge a t.sir4, 5� inches Wije. Reo Yard. Baronette sport Satin a i n Ity Salt $2.75 Ashable crepe bloomers figured a a a made i flesh shade.-. /9e a a Loo 36-1 Nch a Insook regular 25c Ard White Stripe voile dresses. Ide and v c 39c Yard. White Organ Dies bindings and dres mercerized Batiste undergarments 5 i. U a v so s Rous is Yard. T finish i per weight for White baie$1.95 suitable for blouses by be 10 cards for $1.95. Undergarments. A lit Ripe voiles for blouses a regularly 5sc Ard. D children a Mav White a in rail n. I Beer. Crisp material Tor in mints. A White Sale to a a nth White Merce Rizza Enes de�?35c Yard. Irene a dresses 50c Yard. Batiste. Ollar Pine Tor Shadow proof sorts $1.00 made Fine Quality shall a w a a a sateen he rust itched scalloped hem. Costume $1.25 s is mad soft finish Muslin. Finished with he Pliny hem and lace no Dalion Hist its at top. English Latinette costume slips $2.50 philippine Chemise $1.95 basement fruit the loom Muslin 19c Yard cd for shots and Pil / Hundreds the famous it the loom to go a the Dile Selling at an extremely Low Price built up should r Plain scalloped Edge. At \ Les. 46 Inch bleached Muslin he Yard full bleached Muslin with a soft smooth finish. A very special \ a Lue l in it Ard. 42x36 a inc tear cases 55c Mohawk sheets / s 1 x 9 0 ble ached Shalt a a the Well known Mohawk a a a a. Reg Olari 1 95 May while Sale a 1.7 j. White goods curtain Marquisette 12 cd Yard 6 Inch fancy bar a red curtain Marquisette. An inexpensive and serviceable Materni i for bedroom curtain and door panels. Bleached seamless sheets $1.45 v Good heavy Quality sheeting torn to fire without hems. Full double bed size. $1.45. Pillow snowy Hite Cotton Batts Roll Brown a Hamilton co to g i in the May Sale your summer Supply fable linens Dainty cloths and napkins for everyday use sturdy bed coverings and towels every kind needed in the Home Are available at wonderful savings. Now imported Lilian set real Irish Linen set Ting 66x66 table cloth and a dozen napkins to match. Come in several exquisite designs�?810.95 set. Mercerized table cloths made Fine qualify damask. White with fancy mercerized de signs. A Good selection with Pink Blue and Yel Low Border. 64x64 in he h regularly $2.00 May White Sale 81-79. It Rochet bed sprea/1 full double bed Bize. In a Good assortment pretty patterns. Hemmed regularly $2.50, May White Sale 82.19. G t try to e a a a a a a Viz Quot a m a t a i t Lodge to observe 50 the anniversary 11�����~�4�1�11������� Point Long. No. 896, i. It. Of. Will celebrate its fiftieth Anni aary monday evening May 21, in methodist Church. The Fol Rock Ersary Pittsburgh Are guests . And c Linton d Lewis list Wilmington Avenue. Rev. S program has been arranged Calvin will take up his new charge at Plain Grove the latter part the week. 853 poor appetite take . Thacher Sliver amp blood syrup your Money Back if it does no to help you lows selection Wampum High school orchestra. History Rock Point Lodge no. 896. Solo Anita Ewing Corrine Ewing accompanist. Violin Solo miss Elizabeth Mcelheny. Address Hon. R. S. Holt. Reading mrs. V. Stewart. Piano Solo Isabelle Blythe. Solo Agnes Blythe Isabelle Blythe accompanist. Musical Reading Beatrice Herbert. Address w. R. Vaughn new Castle Lodge no. 195. Solo Max Ewing Corrine Ewing accompanist. Trio Marjorie Streeter Verne Mckim Doris Day. Reading Wayne Mcelhaney. Address f. P. Majors Lodge no. 86 5. Duet Naomi Herbert and Erma Herbert. Piano Solo Doris Day. Reading c. D. Montgomery Hickory Lodge no. 1199. Piano Solo Agnes Blythe. Solo Anita Ewing. Piano Solo Wayne Mcelhaney. Selections by the Wampum High Roholl orchestra will be interspersed throughout the program. Charles Rouse j. H. Mccoy and Philip Day Are the committee in charge the program. In religious and fraternal circles t mothers Day program by North Street school id enjoyed the International news service Worcester mass., May 15 a . Arthur Gordon Webster nationally known scientist and for 20 years a member Clark University today ended his life in his private office by shooting himself with a revolver purchased Only a Short time before. Preventive melt and inhale night and morning influenza a As a prevent Quot Hale night an Vicks a Varo Rua Over a a 7 million j a a used yearly Shelton juniors. Members the Shelton Junior missionary society will meet thursday evening at 7 clock at the Home their superintendent mrs. Deam Mccall East Long Avenue. The meeting is called for 7 clock. Mothers class. Mothers class Maitland memorial p. M. Met monday evening at the Home mrs. Charles Seton Adams Street. Following the business session a social program was enjoyed and later delicious refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by her daughter mrs. Lavorne Hemphill and neice miss Mahle Ashton. Mrs. Edw in Wenkart Akron and mrs. Hemphill Mercer were special guests. East new Castle Mission ladies Circle East new Castle Mission will have their regular monthly meeting thursday in the Mission mothers l a was observed this morning in the senior High school auditorium by the students the North Street Junior High school some Hundred More mothers the pupi is were program m. Mrs. John g. Nothdurft a member the school Board spoke a scour it and mrs Carrie Jeffries Roberts gave a talk Maeterlinck so Blue Bird. A the program was most interesting it is said that an organized syst err Charity prevailed among the egyptians 2500 years b. C. A reputation a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a for unvarying Quality is the greatest mar a a distinction. Quot Salada Quot m it a sol Jom a a a a a a a a Given matchless Quality for 31 year. So delicious just try it

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