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New Castle News (Newspaper) - October 3, 1924, New Castle, Pennsylvania New Castle news Friday october 3, 1924. Three a society Newi Golden anniversary to be celebrated engaged couple Are dinner party for honoured at dinner miss Mccormick evening party honors miss Ethel Morrow Nurl mrs. Albert Houk of to Knipl Oyres of the state Highway j a Stop will celebrate Mieir Lif Lepar lenient entertained at dinner in to to sedding Anniv a sary. In their the y. thursday evening hot oni. Wednesday. October k. Tanily Ilinor a will be served a honouring miss Eleanor la Annon and at to Harles Arroll whose marriage Noil a and friends will lie received will be an event of october 7. Green at an inf it Jurnal reception during Tui and White tones were carried out afternoon and evening. I in the appointments with covers a Mish Mary Van Kun and Albert thirty six. Hojsik were married october a that it evening spent socially. I 7l, at the parsonage of the Hap and vocal solos were rendered by list Chinh in Shenango township. Miss Margaret night and Theodore Ith Rev. Owens officiating. They Brookhouser. Later the Honor have lived at their present Home guests were presented with a Chest it during their entire married life and i of Silver and Many miscellaneous Are the Jia rents of three children i gifts. Mrs. Kehde Burnsides 1008 Beck lord Strum to this City Frank honk. Of Moravia Stop and Grant Houk at Home. To Here Are four grand Hildn a and four great grandchildren. Or Houk is 7 1 of age and a retired Farmer while mrs. Houk is in her Sevanti Ltd ear and both Are enjoy flip Good health. They Are members of the Harmony Baptist a Hurch. Stella Rowland was a pleasing hostess thursday evening when she entertained at a prettily appointed dinner in her Home on Winter Avenue honouring miss Mary Mccormick who leaves for California. Next week. The guests were the girls of the business office at the Bell Telephone company and covers were arranged for six. A Basket of Flowers in blending tones formed an attractive Centrepiece and an elaborate menu was served at 6 30 of clock by mrs. To. A Rowland. Music and cards were pleasures of the after dinner hours and the to. I. V. Club fall Flowers we Ere used As a Cen guest of Honor w As presented with earpiece when mrs. J. R. A Lovely gift. Fri Lott Park Avenue entertained at Kii Nicil Ladion let ague Twenty members of the reunited enjoyed a Corn and Weiner roast at 7 of lock thursday evening with mrs. John Shaffer Cunningham Avenue As hostess. Asters were used in dec ration. And the hostess w As let a mrs. William , mrs. Itin Shaffer. Mrs. Wilbur Lones and mrs. Matthew Richards. A Short business meeting followed and the remainder of he evening spent socially. Mrs. Bella Hoover the Winner of the evening. Mrs. Morley Sweet flu entertain in two weeks at the Home of her daughter. Mrs. William Kilgress Summit Street. A one o clock luncheon for members of the g. L. C. Club. Covers were arranged for fourteen and special guests were mrs. Edwy Ard of amb mrs. E. B. Hawkins and mrs. F. Coolie. The hostess had As aides e. O. W. Lub mrs. Richard Elmore was taken in a a new Mem Bei when the e. O. W1 club members were entertained at the Home of mrs. Herman Lenning East Washington Street. Honouring miss Ethel Morrow Bride elect of the fall. Miss blod Wei Lewis entertained at an informal party in her Home on Shaw Street thursday evening. Various games and music were the chief pleasures and the prize we As we on by mrs. Clifford Propst later he guests were invited to the dining room whore Dainty cards marked places for fifteen. Pink and White color tones we Cre carried out and a Silver Basket of Garden flow cars in similar tones formed the Centrepiece. The hostess was assisted in serving Dainty refreshments by her sister. Miss Myfawny Lewis. Guest Day luncheon for woman a club to open the fall meetings of the w omani a a club of new Castle a one of clock luncheon will be served at the local Field club. Monday. This will be guest Day and each member will be permitted to invite one guest. The committee in charge of arrangements will include mrs. John Farr chairman mrs. George Winter mrs. A. A How a mrs. Charles Cripps mrs. John Mcconahy and mrs. Samuel Mcgoun. Mrs. Chester r. Story of Pittsburgh will speak to the ladies during the afternoon on a in Roper dress for the proper in connection with her talk there will be a style show with the gowns furnished by local merchants. This year the club hag been divided into different departments casseroles and pie servers Rich and distinctive for table service featuring a wonderful assortment of Silver plated and Nickel Silver casseroles and pie server frames Complete with inserts of the Well known pyrex oven glassware. Mrs. Charles Metzler. And mrs. My thursday evening. Roses and glad-.1 i. 1 i Lii were used in decoration and a fancy work were several piano solos were rendered the afternoon s pastimes. Mrs. J. By miss Margaret Lenning Stegli. 1 Reston. Highland Avenue will .1 guests w Ere mrs. James Good entertain in two . Sr., miss Virginia Yoho. And 1 i miss Margaret Lenning. The hos luncheon assisted in serving Dainty the regular one of clock luncheon refreshments by miss Virginia to for Elmo Dauss members w ill take i to and miss Margaret Lenning. North Hill . North Hill members were pleasantly entertained at a 1 i i. I. U Oslo re luncheon thur Cav at the i Quot a Quot Homo of mrs. Goo go a. A he Wal Quot Quot Quot f Quot a lace Avonzo prof Alona of Garden i Quot ,1 Quot Flowers were used throughout in a Quot Quot a Quot Quot a while get october 15 in decoration and covers were arranged for thirty. The afternoon hours w Ere spent with Kensington and music. In to o w weeks mrs. H. C. Harper and mrs. Howard Frew will be joint hostesses at a one of clock luncheon in the new Castle Field club. Charge of the Art department. �7, personal mention Ion i place wednesday october 8 in the masonic Temple. The hostesses i will he mrs. A h. Hodgkinson mrs. Farl Eakin. Mrs. John pres i ton. Mrs. Dan w Woolcox and mrs. Robert Tully. Mrs. Carmi Lover will be in charge of the program. Those expecting to attend will notify mrs. Hodgkinson 460-j or mrs. Eakin 71-m, not later than monday. Attend fair. Or. And . Harry Brinker. Miss Mabel Brinker mrs Walter Scott mrs. Brssi Davis. Ruth ram he y Saufl mrs. We Illiam Wokson of a owing Fown o., attended the new Castle fair thursday their aunt mrs. Samuel Ellison of Grant Street entertained them at dinner. I it. A. H. Meeting. Mrs. Aah Esley h. Luikart of Meyer Avenue we ill entertain the d. A. R. Members in her Home saturday afternoon. Aannie Winkle club members of the Winnie aah ankle club met aah wednesday evening at the Home of miss Eva Grace Rowland English Avenue. Games and needlework were the diversions and special guests were or. And mrs. Garve Rowland and Edwin Swinsburg. Dainty refreshments were served later by the hostess. The next meeting in two weeks will be with miss Hazel Black King Avenue. Expert piano tuning e. M. My Creary Bell phone 14�a-h. Pin lbt for All purposes Atri Soan paint a qum company ls-15 North Mill Freel phones 450 A. T. Kensington mrs. A. M. Jones received the g. A. T. Kensington members in her Home on North Street thursday evening. Special guests were mrs. Kaufmann mrs. Miles and mrs. Davenport. Music and Needle work were diversions and mrs. Miles assisted in serving. Mrs. John Mcdonald will entertain the members in two weeks in her Home on Galbreath Avenue. Quan qua club. Mrs. Herbert a ebb will entertain members of the qua Nequa club at their first fall meeting at the Home of mrs. J. M. Speed Sampson Street a wednesday evening october 8. Plans were made for a masquerade party in two weeks at the Home of mrs. Thomas Maloney North Beaver Street. Each member will be permitted to bring a guest. T. T. Club Twenty six members of the t. T. Club enjoyed a Corn roast at the Home of or. And mrs. Aah Lam Hemphill Hazel Avenue. Thursday evening. The hostess was assisted by mrs. R. Suber mrs. A. Van Horn mrs. J. E. Whiteman and miss Helen Hemphill. A Short business meeting was called and mrs. A Kaufman was taken in As a new member. The hostess we As presented with a set of China in Honor of her birthday anniversary. The regular meeting will be with mrs. B. E. Sense a est Cherry Street in two weeks. Vade Mechura club. Mrs. Claire Hettenbaugh of Neshannock Boulevard was hostess to the Vade Mecum club members in her Home thursday evening. During the business session mrs. H. H. Hoagland was taken in As a new member and later Kensington and Chat w Ere pastimes. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by mrs. George Farrell and mrs. R. C. Gathers were also special guests. In two weeks mrs. Jesse Rice of Richelieu Avenue will entertain. O. A. K. Club. All members of the M. K. Club were present thursday evening when they met with mrs. Margaret Pyle Arlington Avenue. Mrs. Florence Fisher was a special guest and the hours Werr spent a Delally. Real lighter Joan of Oil Dainty refreshments were served and the hostess had As aides mrs. Fisher and mrs. Klingen Smith. Announcement of the next meeting will be made later. S. And e. Club. Music and games were enjoyed by the s. And e. Club associates when they met thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Aah Wllliam Parr. Electric Street. Plano solos we Ere rendered by mrs. Parr and prizes we Ere won by mrs. To Minskey and mrs. Parr. Later Dainty refreshments were served. The next meeting in two weeks will be with mrs Gross electric Street. All our All mar club associates had their regular meeting thursday after mrs Mary Holland of Duluth minn., is visiting her Siter mrs. Andrew Heinrick of North Street mrs Minnie Steiner of is spending several Days with i mrs. H. E. Zeigler of East a Ashing ton Street. Mrs. Of a Harles Brickert and City Are guests of mrs. Robert Adams of North Mercer Street. Mrs. R. C. Wiggins and mr.��. Catherine Miller of Butler spent thursday with or. And mrs. Frank a hover of Croton Avenue. Or. And mrs. Frank a. Hover of Croton Avenue have returned from w Eek a visit with the former a Niece mrs. Brady Knapp of Brunswick J mrs. S. A. Aat Lson of Jamestown n. W to has been the guest of afro. K a. Crawford of Adallace Avenue left this morning for her Home. Mrs. Mary s. Britton of Brownsville. Formerly of this City has arrived for an extended visit with mrs. Albert Adams of North Mercer Street. Mrs. c. Humphrey and daughter Sarah of Geneva Ohio. Items of interest in the Glass Ware and China Section new thing Are arriving every Day 1h interesting now. Perhaps it is Only a Hud vase that is . Or Bon Bon dish or a Viz dozen Sher berts or a Start on a new dinner set. Faeh new piece of China or Glass is in added gift to the Home a n to a r a uses favo Ralile i ointment on the part of those who see it. A a a China Ami glassware Section is displaying its new wares and contains refreshing interest for people w to w ant to Jint aside the old things and put in place new things that Are different. Its like looking through a Brand new Magazine Only the store i.4 so much More a live for the actual goods Are Here. Come and look us Over. Pie servers make deep and 1�?Ta.sty pics Inch Nickle fancy Fraim and pie Ida the. One special a port ment. Porn Ihlefe at of item at iji�i.iir�, Ami a. Quart size and frames a Lidice of i evil ral a a a a a in fancy frames. All fit fed with a Rex. Sorm with engraved fops i ired at , up in ,.no. A closing out a few so.9.1 and a allies at $3.9. An extraordinary value in 1 quart i Rex Afi Serol anal l Raines. Ida in and engraved tops. Oval and Rounel shapes. Also several Datos at the same hive priec�?a.l05. Lustre for refined table serv ice Seal the Over and save t lie in Tavor attract Ivo Duhse Rolfi we re Sii Vei plated frames. Come in Lustre color Scurni int ions of Blue and Mfd love. Yellow Ami White lined with Lark or Silver. Beason Ahl priced at . Sloand .sio.to, 1 Viz it. and to Idiol. It Ival and Square shapes. 11 different patterns to select from. Prices Range from to Clark d fit Mackic i in religious and i fraternal circles j. A a a a had charge of the program. Feat her .7 of the afternoon Vve to song a Hgt Flea non ii resides and a Rei italien by miss America born is fir. A Efi Apter of the to tide Book was reviewed mrs. Met alien and leaflets were read by mrs. A Gillespie and mrs. Fames Burnsides. A piano Solo a a mks Florenci i was much enjoyed. An attendance of five expected to be present in the 81 i Xii. The offering will go for the it work of Oduca i Ion. List his ran i a a a a the lutheran Confer noon with mrs. Charles Kray Beck Lare spending a visit in new Castle Ford Street As hostess. A Short bus As the guests of or. And mrs. Nor iness session was followed by mus res Mitchell at their Home on f. M. N. Club mrs. C. F. Lorenz East Grant Street will entertain the f. M. N. Club members in her Home this evening. Davis shoe co. A just a step area do a if / / a a a a it a a Junior shoes for school and play it is Readin. Ritin and arithmetic time. That Means Johnny and sue must be equipped with neat trim shoes for school. Of course the youngsters want footwear that is As smart As fathers and mothers. And Mother wants shoes that will Wear shoes that w ill Bear up bravely under the prolonged scuffing and tramping and constant hard Wear Johnny and sue give them. Bring the children to us. We can solve your problem happily. For our Junior shoes while Good looking enough to Delight the fastidious John and sue Are still staunch enough to withstand severe usage. Girls shoes of High Grade Black or Brown calf. Low heels Ami Broad toes-�?-53.00 of 5.1.00. On oxfords or shoes for boys the mannish Brogue last 56.00. Elk skin shoes High laced Are immensely practical for the rough and Tumble play of both boys and girls 52.50 to 53.00. In and sewing. The hostess was As Rel Avenue. Mrs. Humphrey for listed in serving lunch by mrs. Fred j Merly resided on Park Avenue this Moser. I City. In two weeks mrs. Clare i Utz i Beckford Street will entertain. Plans were made for a halloween party the last week of october. Ministers to meet monday at y. M. C. A. Gas from open Jet Kius Phil Delphiia woman and daughter infant son in same room saved by Quick action of father is obtaining Aid International news service Philadelphia oct. 3.�?ga escaping from an open Jet directly above them killed mrs. Minnie Schlegel and her three year old daughter Clara late last night As they Lay in bed at their Home Here. An infant son in the same room was saved by the Quick action of the father. Harry Schlegel who snatched him from his crib and carried him to a police elation where he was revived. Police Are at a loss to account for the Jet being opened. It is thought the Little girl May have reached up and pulled it open unknown to the Mother. Davis shoe co. Dancing tomorrow night a at the palais Royale 9 00 to 12 00 music by Marlin Melody monarchs couple $1.00. Extra Liady 25c. Spend the evening at the Talabi Royale. I. S. Fisher 1. L. Hogue managers. At the meeting of the ministerial association of new Castle at the a. M. C. A. Monday. October 6. Rev. Walter e. Mcclure. Pastor of to i first presbyterian Church of his i City will give an exposition of the theme a John the beloved the program for the year will also he Given consideration. This will be the second meeting of the pastors this fall. Not this Man Harry Peters of 1102 do Shane Street stated that he is not the Harry Peters mentioned As correspondent in the divorce action now pending Between Charles h. Boak and his wife. The names happen to be the same and in Justice to the gentleman named above this statement is printed. Philathea Clas members of the in Philathea Bible class of the Central presbyterian sunday school met evening for the regular monthly in qing in the Church Parlours. Miss Margaret Ruthrauff was loader. The Home topic. A a alaskan was ably discussed by miss Effie Douglass and the foreign subject. A a India was interestingly outlined by miss Myra Mcbride. A social time was enjoyed later and refreshments served by the following hostesses. Mrs. Mont Ailey miss Mary Morehead and . William Donaldson. Missionary a fleeting the woman a missionary society of the first methodist Church met _ thursday afternoon at 2 3d in the _ sunday school for the regular Bally a will he with monthly meeting. Fitting and appropriate in following the business , the first ites Ferlan Bil it be i Rhonl mrs. A. A Mccallen and her group of this City sunday morning october. C. F. Flannery addresses doctors or. F. P. Flannery made the principal address thursday evening enee of new a astir will meet in tie it the re Filar meeting of the la w parsonage of St. Church Eor Ier West cd rant Street and North Jefferson Street on tuesday octo i or 14. At 10 a. M. Inst and of the 7fh of october. Past co a f. Slough. Frank and a Gele w i attend the conference of tie of St conference of the Pittsburgh Synod at Beaver Falls i�?Ta., from monday until wednesday. Lence county medical society which was held in the Secief room at in v. A. C. A. Or. Flannery took As his subject a Scarlet his address was followed by a general discussion. Gradually scientists invest new and better to do everything except say Quot please i rally Day at first i presbyterian s. S. Rin a a a a St. The Shoin miss Ingels Photine 3721-r. Christmas cards our Complete line of cards Are ready for your inspection. These Are what we think the Best cards on the Market for the Price. During october we will give a discount of 10% on All orders placed for these cards As our engravers Are not rushed so much now As later. Will appreciate your Usai of our samples. Per at Metzler a 208 e. Washington St. Start Paisley a punctured prices for Friday amp saturday if it is advertised we sell it for less medicines pleating of All kinds and he stitching Roberts millinery and Beauty Parlours 14 n. Mill St. Coopers Pep Chen. Diarro. $1.0069 father . A he hypo Chi. 66c a fairs hot pm my. .71 imn Khanis comp Hind. 72� s. S. S. 67c Hay is aspirin. 72c Iha pepsin. 32 he a capsules. Hard Riib a or vaginal pii>4�?~ Matle of the head Iest gauge Para Nib a 111 o wild Cal into one piece without h4 Anis. Lii Irge of ii top Iii Kois it easy to fill. Thrum extra Large polls Neil this Ead eci pipes extra Large with Pilju Stahle ill the lip. for two years and known to last eight years. Duly 52.75. Toilet needs .38c Der kiss Tal. 14 Cis Iii. .42e Al Ltd re Iii. .28c Tilli Uanis ream.24c in Ihms of to Hgt the paste. 2 la peps Dent the it Ali . 28 Korex. A 4 Han septic powder .50c Varico lored spice strings shaving supplies Auto strop a a a a a .53.21 ii Ostrop Blades sex a a a a �����.50 ill Efte lil Ailes. 60c Gillette Ujah 5il2l Mei Inena a Shaw Iii Cream. .27c a talc .25c hair fix. 5 it i Paisley a new shaving lotion. .25 a Gnu Arlt a As Niiro it of the Best foriiiii1a> and that a hug in it St to St Iii Grilii its ill in fall Keri unlit Sev it Ryon it gnaraiil4ml to give satisfy a i ii or Simiu y i4 film a Al. A sch Iii put Al i. 50� Hab 4>ngh rep. 25c lha a Welling Lichih �l.\. ,. 25 Aroi Tiati Castor Oil. 30� Catarrh spi a.4 outfit. ,. .81.00 a i Liv or Oil Eimil Sioui. .50c cd it in .4>lvent25c Eye it drops. 25 Kwh it of p�wdcr.2,5 i lne it in is .50� �s>-���o���-1\<1� 2,5� liver salts. 50� a Nir Algia Tab is. .25c i Ile . .50 the it at Gai go. .25c powders azi Irea Falt to e i no it Ler. .59c Cara Nome fart powder. $2. K Cara oms Coni Piu t 51.25 Cut Fps i origami a no in r. Otic la Blachy face Vowiler. .k4c Jontel Falt a powder.3ik�?~ Mary car Len pm Ler. Hic a lha pow Ler. .32c Pussy Wilhit .27 let i it l Dot Iii of Iii it aet. 51.50 for the nothing equals tiny Tot toilet put we a r fat a l�abl��?T�4. Mati it of talc. Ino i Acuil Ami Sti Arate of /.in. A a a a a it of these Ingr Cal in a ii s i it a my a if Nso i Aloit but when a Thiu a a i a a a make the my its so it Hinig and a Imal Itig Loi a t put a Ler a to a Giffert of or in Al a s Timler skin. In it Stively prot Kiln i aging or galls. Han by Shap no Aii 25c. Baby needs Itoh Lens mall d milk ,. , Flet hrs. .2le dry it. .46c Eagle 51 ilk 3 for.51c Lin a rial Irani in ,. ,5ilc Piiru of a link sugar 5 h.35� syrup figs. .33� infant syringe .25 t not get Bithy pants. .50 to by Rin ship Hgt Siti it Ries. .19 reducing belts for men $3.50 Piea Etc a a Joam Dicj oho to amp a Dot Stor amp a apposite no v co silo dry goods c0.1 Guaran teed electric curler $1.98

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