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SPECIAL SERMON TO
ODD FELLOWS' LODGE
The Rev. Charles Heikes Preaches
at Mt. Pleasant Church of God
NO CHILDREN'S DAY SERVICES
Continued Wet Weather Prevents
Farmers From Planting Oats
By Special Correspondence
Dillsburg. Pa., May 16.—The Rev.
Charles Heikes preached a special ser
mon to the Bowmansdale lodge of
Odd Fellows in the Mt. Pleasant
Church of God on Sunday. The order
attended in a body.—On account of
the new church not being finished the
Lutheran Sunday school will not hold
a children's day service this year.—
Professor James Trostle, who was
teaching school in the western part
of this State, has returned to the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Trostle, for the summer.—Robert Le
rew, of Philadelphia, visited his fath
er, Isaac Lerew, over Sunday.—Mervin
B. Gochenour, a student in Conway
Hall, Carlisle, visited his mother, Mrs.
Daniel Kimmel, over Sunday.—Mer
vin Brown, of Baltimore, is spending
some time at the home of his father,
Peter Brown.—Professor Paul Crea
ger, of Gettysburg College, visited his
father, L. M. Creagor, who is very
111, on Tuesday.—L L. Kentz, cashier
of the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank,
transacted business in Philadelphia on
Wednesday.—The brownstone founda
tion for the new school building is
nearly completed. Mrs. Marjorie
Petty returned to the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spahr,
after spending some time in Phila
delphia.—C. W. Bollinger is ill at his
home in Monaghan township, threat
ened with blood poisoning.—The con
tinued wet weather has compelled
quite a number of farmers to abandon
sowing of oats, this Spring. They will
now plant corn on this ground.
Remove the Cause i
Horsford's Acid Phosphate p
gives the most gratifying gjj
results in Nervousness, Ex- to
haustion, and diseases arising B
from imperfect digestion and 61
derangement of the nervous &
system. It nourishes and I
strengthens the entire body.
Acid Phosphate 1
Cumberland Valley Railroad
In Effect November 30. 1913.
TRAINS leave Harrlsburg—
For Winchester and Martlnsburir at
S:O3, *7:62 a. m., *3:40 p. m.
For Hagerstown, Chamt>ersburg, Car
lisle, Mechanlcsburg and Intermediate
stations at 6:03, *7:52, *11:53 a. in
•3:40. 6:32. *7:40, *11:16 p. m.
Additional trains for Carlisle and
Mechanlcsburg at 9:48 a. m, 2:18. 3:27
8:30, 9:30 a. m.
For Dlllsburg at 6:03, *7:62 and
•11:63 a. m„ 2:18. *3:40, 6:32 and 6:30
'Dally. All other trains daily exceDt
Sunday. H. A RIDDLE,
J. H. TONQE, Q. P A.
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SATURDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH MAY 16,1914. *
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Lancaster, Pa., May 15.—Above is shown a brick dwelling house erected
and occupied in ten hours in this city forty years ago—August 1, 1874. The
work was done and won on wager by Colonel Mishler.
Demonstration in Pruning and
Spraying For Codling Moth
Prof. H. A. Surface and T. C. Foster Will Give Practical
Exhibit at Otto Farm Near New Germantown
By Special Correspondence
New Geraiantown, Pa., May 16.—■
On Wednesday while coming home
from school at Blain, Orlando Trostle
and Dewey Swartz plucked nine live
leaved and four four-leaved clovers
from one stalk. —Great preparations
are being made for Memorial Day.
Services will be held at Fairview at
9 a. m., where the Methodist Episcopal
Sunday School will present a suitable
program and an address will be made
by the Rev. Mr. Pettinger. of Con
cord. Music will be furnished by a
chdir and the Doylesburg Cornet Band.
At 1 p. m. in this place a line of
march will be formed by the Meth
odist Episcopal and Lutheran Sunday
Schools, Washington Camp, No. 49V,
Patriotic Order Sons of America, and
A NOTRE DAME LADY'S APPEAL
To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism,
whether muscular or of the joints, sciatica,
lumbagos, backache, pains in the kidneys or
neuralgia pains, to write to her for a home
treatment which has repeatedly cured all of
these tortures. She feels it her duty to send
it to all sufferers FREE. You cure yourself
at homo as thousands will testify—no change
of climate being necessary. This simpls
(Stiscovery banishes uric acid from the blood,
loosens the stiffened Joints, purifies the blooq
and brightens the eyes, giving elasticity and
tone to the whole system. If the above
interests you, for proof address Mrs. M.
Summers, Box It, Notre Dame, Ind.
carriages containing speakers and old
soldiers, headed by the Dovlesburg
band, after which the graves of the
nation's dead will be decorated. Ex
ercises will then be continued in the
Methodist Episcopal Church, where
addresses will be made by the Revs.
William G. Gibson, of Blain, and Ira
Lriner, of New Bloomfield.—Blaine
Stephens left on Thursday for Blair
county, where he will be engaged by
J. D. Westover in cutting mine props.
—Mrs. W. D. Keeiner of East Water
ford, and Mrs. Ira Collins, of Blain,
visited their sister. Miss Lydia Watts.
Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Johnston, of New
Bloomlieid. autoed to this place and
visited relatives.—George L. Mumper
Taylor Baltozer, of Madison town
ship, called on James Johnston and
James Baltozer on Friday.—Air. and
Mrs. W. E. Stambaugh and son Law
rence, of New Kingston, visited friends
j O 'T", c Uev - an(l Mrs. David Roth
and Mrs. E. D. Book, of Jackson
township, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
"• D- Bowman on Sunday.—Ed. J!
(jutshall is sowing five acres in cow
peas on the Seager and Briner farms
—There will be a demonstration meet
ing held on the C. W. otto farm, one
and a half miles north of this place, by
Professor IT. A. Surface and T. C. FOB
ter on May 22 at 1 p. ni. Instruction
in spraying for codling moth and in
pruning will be given.
IO\VA MINISTER ACCEPTS CAI.I.
By Special Correspondence
Tltomi»»ont<mii. Pa., May 16. Miss
May Leonard, of Lewistown; John
Leonard, of Chicago, and Mr. am] Mrs.
Bradford Leonard, of Philadelphia, are
i parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Leonard. The Kev. Charles
E. McCurdy, of lowa, lias accented n
f ß rat t0 . Metl> °f ,ls t Episcopal pas
torate, of this place, consisting of five
appDintraeiits, Pine Grove, MeAllister
ville, East Salem, Marshall's Chapel and
Thompsontown. Miss Mae K Long
of Newport, and Miss Ifazel Slauter
back of Kutz Valley, were recent
guests at tlie home of Mrs. J fi Ha.l
-a T* "7 °- ?• T ennis daughter
Miss Louise, of Chicago, spent several
days with Mrs. Israel Tennis. They
stopped off en route to Europe. Mr
and Mrs. J. Frank Patterson, of Mif
flintown were guests over Sunday of
» Tennis. W. H. Manbeck, of
Mifnintown, was a business caller in
town on Wednesday.
WORK ON NEW POWER HOUSE
Ry Special Correspondence
Shlppenabu rg. Pa., Mav 16. MISKPH
Elizabeth and Margaret Auderbrank
spent Sunday at Waynesboro. Miss
Pauline Olough, of Chambersburg,
spent Sunday in Shlppensburg.—Work
has commenced on the new power
house, which Is being erected near
Funks Dam. This is clean up week
in Shippensburg The Normal team
Is playing at Mercersburg to-day
Frank Mowers an employe of Heller'and
Sugar, lumber dealers, fell dead Tues
day morning, at the lumber yard, in
Orange street. He is survived by two
brothers. A new ventilator will he
installed in the factory of L.ouis
Kreamer and Co.
Aunt Este's Stories POP Children
My dear little ones:
I wonder whether you ever heard that old song:
"There's a merry brown thrußh sitting up in a tree,
He is singing' to you, he Is singing to me.
Aunt Este shall never forget it, for it was one of the first
Bongs she learned when a little girl. So now she is going to
tell you a story of the merry Brown Thrush and the name of it
How the Thru nil Knia Were .Saved From Mr. lllnckanake
Once upon a time in a great forest lived a dear little Brown
Thrush. She was a merry little soul ,always singing and happy,
and chuck full of glee. Only one thing ever made her stop to
think; and that was those live little eggs in the nest in the tree.
My, how she loved them and guarded them—for, of course, you
know, dear little ones, those five little eggs would soon be five
dear little baby birds.
So she sat on the wee nest, and sang and chirped and took
care of the tiny eggs. But once in awhile she had to leave the
nest; for her little wings became cramped, and her little feet
stiff, and more than all, her little stomach grew very empty and
she had to find something to eat. But whenever she had to leave
the nest of tho five little eggs—she breathed this sweet prayer:
"Dear Father watching far above.
Look down in tenderness and love,
And bring me home safe and alive
So I may hatch wee birdies five."
Then away she flew In search of food and exercise, always
trusting that all would be well when she returned.
Now close to where Mrs. Brown Thrush had her nest—ln fact
on the very same tree street llvod a wicked old fellow by the
name of Mr. Black Snake. Only he lived In the lower end of the
street, where everything was ugly and muddy and dark, while
Mrs. Brown Thrush lived in the beautiful end of the street where
everything was full of life and song.
One day old Mr. Black Snake watched Mother- Brown Thrush
make ready for a little trip. Ho watched her say her little prayer,
put on her hrpwn bonnet, and start off.
"Aha! Oho! Mrs. Brown Thrush, much good that prayer is
goin' to do you," laughed Mr. Black Snake. "You see I happened
to be right on hand this time, and prayers or nothing else can snv»
your eggs. 1 shall have a good meal, and you will have no eggs
nor any babies later on. Alia! Oho!," which shows what a very
wicked fellow Mr. Black SnuUu »u,
MEMORIAL SERMON i
TO COL HI ZII POST
Annual Service Will Be Conducted
in Mechanics!)urg Church
PLAY BY COLLEGE STUDENTS
Dramatic Club Will Present "A
Rose of Plymouth Town" in
By Special Correspondence
Mechanicaburg, Pa., May 16.—0n
Sunday morning. May 24, the annual
memorial sermon before the members
of the Col. H. I. Zinn Post, Grand
Army of the Republic, will be de
livered on Sunday morning, May 24, in
, the Church of God, by the pastor, the
Rev. Charles F. Raach. Members of
the Woman's Relief Corps and Sons
of Veterans will join in the service.—
A play entitled, "A Rose o' Plymouth
Town," will be presented by the young
ladies of the Irving College Dramatic
Club, in Columbian hall on Saturday
evening, May SO, at 8 o'clock. —Mr.
and Mrs. Guy H. Lucas were in York
this week attending the twenty-second
annual session of the Knights of
Malta of Pennsylvania.—The Rev.
George Fulton, pastor of the Presby
terian church, attended the annual
meeting of the Cumberland County
Bible Society, at Carlisle on Monday.
—Mrs. Filmore Maust and two daugh
ters, Miss Sara, of Carlisle, and Mrs.
Curran, of New York, were visitors at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Dougherty, West Keller street. —
Members of the Junior League of the
Methodist Episcopal church enjoyed a
hike to Graham's schoolhouse and
woods, about one and one-half miles
south of town, with Mrs. C. 15. Brindel,
the superintendent. The kiddies had
a fine time gathering Wild flowers and
playing games.—The Mite Society of
Trinity Lutheran church held a meet
ing on Tuesday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Springer. An
enjoyable program was given.—The
pulpit of St. Paul's Reformed church
will be occupied on Sunday morning
and evening by the Rev. George B.
Hamm, of Allentown, a recent gradu
ate of the Theological Seminary at
Lancaster. —The convention of the
Sunday Schools and Christian En
deavor Societies of the Church of
God of the East Pennsylvania Elder
ship will be held in the local cttlirch
on Thursday and Friday, May 28 and
Fire Company Raises Money
by Gathering Old Paper
By Special Correspondence
lie wistown, Pa.. May 16.—-John
Maurey, of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting
friends here. —Robert Burkholder has
left for California where he will join
a circus.—Mrs. Fred Brown will go to
California to reside. —Dr. F. A. B"PP
spent the week In Lancaster. —S. N.
Castle, of Constantine, Mich., has been
visiting friends here. D. C. Ham
maker spent several days this week
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Herbert Christ, Philadelphia. - Mr.
and Mrs. Xrvin Dimm and Miss Cora
McClellan left for a trip to Philadel
phia by auto. —A. C. Garver, of this
place is collecting old relics. He has
bureaus, pistols, etc., over a hundred
ycarfe old.—H. C. Estep, of Harrisburg,
a former resident of Lewistown, has
just celebrated his seventieth birth
dav, he has a good record as a soldier
in the Civil war.—Miss Helen Lindsay,
of York, has been calling on friemls
here.—The Henderson Hose Company
of this place has raised about SB4 by
collecting old papers.
MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS
Mlffllntown, Pa., May 16. Home
and Foreign Missionary meeting was
held at Mrs. Frank Pennel s, Wednes
day afternoon. Mrs. Boyd Parker
spent Thursday in Philadelphia. Mrs.
Howard Martin and daughter, Isabelle,
have gone to McAllisterville for a week.
Mrs g, ]i\ Long gave a luncheon to
a few friends, Thursday afternoon.
Miss Saliie Mayer spent Wednesday at
Harrlsburg. Young Woman's Mis
sionary meeting at Mrs. Neely's, Mon
dav evening. Mrs. D. M. Crawford
has returned homo after spending a
number of weeks in Lancaster city
with her mother, who has bein critic
ally in Miss Katharine Mathers left
for a two months' visit with friends in
the West. The Woman's Aid Society
will meet with Mrs. Frajjk Patterson
on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. William
Campbell, of Ford City, and her sister,
Miss Edith Etka, were called home on
account of the critical illness of their
niece, Mildred Etka. Bryan Ziders,
oldest son of W. H. Ziders, was mar
ried on Tuesday to Miss Miry Leonard,
of Hazleton. Maxwell Manbeck re
turned home Thursday from Southern
Pines, N. C., where he has been since
the Ist of February. Jack Claypool,
whose home is in Needles, Cal., spent
Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd's.
Miss Hazel Auker, who is attending
school at Mtllersville State Normal,
spent a few days at home. Mr. and
Mrs. Darwin Deen, of Harrlsburg,
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
John Hollabaugh. Mrs. Deen is a sis
ter of Mrs. Hollabaugh. Juniata
county Sunday school convention met
in Thompsontown, May 14 and 18. Mrs.
J. H. Neely and Miss Fannie Espen
schadewere delegates from the Pres
byterian Sunday school.—Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Kulp spent Sunday in Philadel
phia, guests of their daughter. The
Rev. Von Tobel spent Thursday in
Four Generations in Lancaster County Family
Witmor, Pa.. May 16.—A remarkable four-generation family group is
here pictured. Mrs. Mary Heckel heads it. She is seated beside her grand
daughter, Mrs. Joseph F. Zuck, of Marietta, who is holding her daughter,
Regina; John Heckel, of near Lancaster, is standing. Mrs. Heckel is 89
Hershey Man Catches 30
Fine Shad at Port Deposit
Special to The Telegraph
Hersliey, Pa., May 16. Hershey
Band will give another sacred concert
in the Park Theater on Sunday after
noon at 3.15 o'clock.—A number of
Hershey people attended the piano
forte recital given by Miss Mary E.
Painter, of this place, at Lebanon Val
ley College on Tuesday. She was as
sisted by Miss Margaret Leithiser as
reader; Miss Mabelle Shannahan, so
prano, and Ellis Zimmerman, as vio
linist. Miss Painter. will graduate
from the institution In June. —Mrs.
James Milliard and family visited rel
atives and friends at Dillsburg and
Lisburn. —George T. leebrick, of Hali-
I fax, was the guest oi' Mr. and Mrs.
I Linn H. Hawbecker.—Mrs. J. R. Krel
i der is spending the week with friends
at Lancaster. —Mrs. J. S. Brubaker, of
Lancaster, was the guest of Miss Ber
tha Leibhart, at the Inn.—Mrs. Ewing
Cain entertained the Five Hundred
Club at. her home on Wednesday aft
ernoon. —Percy Linebaugh and Wil
liam Sipe were visitors at the United
Brethren parsonage.—Daniel Kieffer,
clerk at the freight station, returned
from a few days' trip to Port Deposit,
Md. While there he landed thirty fine
shad. —Miss Mary Allwine has secured
a position wtih the Hershey Choco
late Company. The funeral of the
late Mrs. Harriet Fox was held on
Thursday morning. The services were
conducted by the Rev. John Zug, of
Palmyra, assisted by the Rev. O. G.
Romlg, of this place. Persons were
present from New York city, Lewis
town, Harrisburg, Prescott and other
Sermon to Graduate Class
of New Cumberland High
By Special Correspondence
New Cumberland, Pa., May 16.—To
morrow evening the Rev. B. D. Rojohn
will preach the baccalaureate sermon
to the graduating class of the New
Cumberland High School in Trinity
United Brethren Church. There will
be no services in the other churches
of town. Mrs. Klinger and son
Charles, of Newport, were guests of
Charles Leiby's family this week. —
Mrs. Addie Granadas, of Mauch
Chunk, is visiting relatives here.
Miss Mary Graff, of Lancaster, was
the guest of N. F. Reed the past week.
—Miss Penice Moyer is visiting friends
near Duncannon. Mrs. George Ma
thias, of Mt. Washington, is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. George Mathias.—
Mrs. Seitz and daughter, of near Car
lisle, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Seitz this week. William
Ahem, of Johnson & Basset Manufac
turing Company, put in new machin
ery in the Susquehanna Woolen Mill.
Plketown, Pa., May 16.*—The Rev. S.
B. Longenecker and daughter Eliza
beth, of Wooster, Ohio, visited the
Rev. Jonas Martin. —G. W. Fox was a
visitor in Harrlsburg, on Tuesday.
Elmer Allen, of Enola, spent several
days with friends here. Parker
Zeiders, of West Fairview, is the guest
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Zeiders. Miss Emma and Bessie Me
gonnel on Tuesday evening visited Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Megonnel, near here.
—Mrs. Emma Earhart and son, of
Rutherford Heights, are spending some
time with Mr. and Mrs. Levi I,aunce.
—The Rev. Jonas Martin attended the
Missionary convention of the Churcnes
of God which convened In Carlisle this
week.—lsaac Selger, of Fishing Creek
Valley, on Sunday was the guest of
Harry Mumma. —Mrs. Galen Boyer, of
Washington, D. C.. spent this week
with her father, Edward Rhoads.
There will be preaching services in the
Mount Laurel Bethel to-morrow morn
ing and evening by the pastor, the Rev.
Jonas Martin. Sunday School at 9.30
a. m. —E. C. Wilt and Ezra Wilt were
visitors in Harrisburg, on Tuesday.—
Mr. and Mrs. John Bucher and daugh
ter, Zelma, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, near Dillsburg.—
John Nye, of Fishing Creek Valley,
spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. arid
Mrs. D. A. Nye.
Quietly, cautiously, sneaklngly crept Mr. Black Snake, along
the branch of the tree street, up to the very front door of Mrs.
Brown Thrush, but just as he was about to stick his head Into that
There was a loud alarm —an alarm which was about as shrill
and startling as the alarm we hear for fires —and no sooner had
it been given, than out from every tree and bush and every part
of that forqst flew Mrs. Brown Thrush's relations and neighbors.
Before Mr. Black Snake had even time to wiggle they were upon
"Peck, peck, peck," went the tiny beaks In Mr. Black Snake's
"Ow! Ow! Ow!" shouted Mr. Black Snake. "Have mercy! Have
mercy! I will crawl back home again. Only let me have my eyes."
But there was no mercy given. The little brown birdies were
fighting for their young, and for the eggs of Mrs. Brown Thrush,
who was away taking her exercise. They knew Mr. Black Snake
and his family. They knew how wicked and treacherous he was.
He would try to do the same thing over, as "Soon as he had tho
"No slr-ee, Mr. Black Snake," sang they. "This Is war. And
And so, indeed, Indeed Mr. Black Snake did. For at last he
lost his eyes, and could not help himfeelf and soon fell a helpless
mass to the ground.
When Mrs. Brown Thrush returned she found an excited crowd
of little birds sitting around her nest, watching a long venomous
thing which WJUJ strung on the ground.
"What has happened? What hag happened?" cried she. "Are
my babies hurt?"
"Your eggs are safe, dear neighbor," said ono little brown bird,
"so calm yourself. We have waged war on Mr. Black Snake, and
he can never again try to harm any of ours. Little neighbor
Sweet Voice Brown Thrush just happened to peep from her nest as
he crawled up to yours. She set the alarm. You know the rest.
We all left our work and play at once and came to protect your
Tears stood in the eyes of the trembling little brown bird.
"Mow can I ever thank you, dear friends," she said. "And how
can I evof thank the Dear Father who heard my little prayer. I
know It was He who caused little neighbor Sweet Voice Brown
Thrush to look out her door at just the right moment."
Lovingly, AUNT ESTE.
Florida People to Spend
Vacation in Perry County
By Special Correspondence
Blain, Pa., May 16. William H.
Woods, a dealer in real estate, at
Saristota, Florida, returned on Thurs
day to spend several months at his
summer home here.—Miss Mae Mc-
Vey and Miss Kittle Blount, telephone
operators, of St. Petersburg, Florida,
came on Friday on a vacation until
July 1, to visit Perry county friends.
They are the guests of the former's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David
Boyd.—-Charles Garber, who has a
branch office at Hamilton, Ontario,
Canada, for the Pelo Feeder Com
pany, Pelo, lowa, visited his father,
George A. Garber. William Miller
and Daniel Wheeler, of Harrisburg,
whipped the streams in Henry's Val
ley for trout.—F. G. Couch, of Mt.
Joy, was here fishing and caught eight
trout. He autoed here accompanied
by Mrs. Couch and daughter, Miss
Elsie. Members of the Lutheran
I Church will hold a festival on June
1 6.—The Methodist Aid Society will
hold an ice cream and cake sale on
Decoration day, afternoon and even
ing.—Miss Laura E. Stroup, teacher
in the Marietta public schools for the
past three years, came home to spend
the summer vacation with her par
ents, ex-Associate Judge and Mrs.
George M. Stroup.—Professor B. H.
Rhinesmith, superintendent of the
Ridgway, Elk county, township high
school, came to spend his vacation at
his summer home here.—Mitchell Gut
shall, of Philadelphia, visited his
home here.—Omer Kell, of York, and
Mrs.. Kell, of New Germantown, visit
ed here. —Harry B .Kline was in New
port for the week-end.
Band Cornetist Tenders
Banquet to Fellow Members
By Special Correspondence
Elizabtitlivllle, Pa., May 16.—New
ton I. Straub, of Northumberland,
spent Wednesday at the homo of J.
K. Bertsfield —The carpeaters are busy
erecting the large storeroom for I. T.
Bullington.—The Rev. E. J. Heilman
s ,nt part of the week at Allentown.
—Allen J. Wise tendered the Citizens
Band a bouquet on Tuesday evening.
Mr. Wise is a prominent cornetist of
the band, and his treat comes as a se
quel to his recent marriage.—Squire I.
S. Daniel transacted business at
Lykens on Wednesday.—Miss Flor
ence Fogelman, of Millerstown, is the
guest of Mrs. A. W. Hoke.—The local
atletic: association, was represented at
the track meet at Harrisburg to-day.
—Mrs. M. A. Miller entertained her
sister, Mrs. Harper Bressler, of Tower
City, several days.—Mrs. Ruth Long
enecker spent several days at the
Capital City.—William Auman, stage
driver, is the proud possessor of a pair
of twins.—Webster W. Enders, of
Harrisburg, Pa., spent the week with
his mother here.—The Rev. C. P.
Wehr will occupy the Reformed pul
pii at Killings? to-morrow morning.—
Work oil the new baseball diamond is
progressing and practice will soon be
SPECIAL SERVICES ON SUNDAY
Ilerrvrtlmrg, Pa., May 16. Frank
Snyder, of Harrisburg, spent a few days
with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Sny
der. Misses Maud Bowman and Mary
Enders spent Sunday at Jacksonville.
—M. S. Daniel transacted business in
St. Clair and Reading, last week.
Guy Strawheeker, of Harrisburg, was
a recent guest of his father, Daniel
Strawheeker. Mothers' Day and
Cradle Roll exercises will be observed
in the Lutheran Church on Sunday
morning. The Rev. Mr. Derr will have
a sermon suitable for the occasion and
a short program will be rendered by
some of the youngest Sunday school
scholars. Miss Lena Hartman, Misses
Clara and Rebecca Neiman, of Harris
burg, spent a few days with their pa
rents. Mrs. Polly Duenger left for
Harrisburg on Monday, after spending
some time in town. ; William Moyer,
of Mlllersburg, called on his mother, on
Sunday. Fred Frantz, of Philadel
phia, is spending a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Weaver.
DINNER IN HONOR OF
PROF. I. [.SMITH
C. P. Omwake Is Host of Friends to
Celebrate Re-election of
FARMERS FORM LAND CO.
American Rescue Workers of
Philadelphia Will Hold Camp
meeting Near Greencastle
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Greencastle, Pa., May 16.—Waldo
Philips, son of Mrs. Gertrude Philips,
arrived home this week from Tampico,
Mexico. Mr. Philips has been em
ployed the past year by the Riter-Con
ley Company, of Pittsburgh, superin
tending the erection of tanks in Tam
pico, and the work has been abandon
ed because of conditions in Mexico.—
Mrs. J. C. Strock is recovering from
an operation In the Hagerstown Hos
pital.—A number of Antrim township
farmers have formed a land company
and have purchased a track farm In
the heart of the Florida trucking sec
tion.—C. P. Omwake entertained a
number of friends at dinner on Fri
day evening in honor of the re-elec
tion of Professor L. E. Smith as pub
lic school superintendent of Franklin
county. The place cards contained a
fine picture of Professor Smith.—Mr.
and Mrs. C. Earl Holllnger have pur
chased at private sale the home of
Mrs. Annie E. Grove.—Misses Mary
and Ellen Clary are conlined to their
home in West Baltimore street by 111-
, ness.—William Pope of Illinois, has
been called home by the serious ill
ness of his father, W. H. Pope.—John
Omwake, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was a
recent visitor with his mother, Mrs.
Evelyn Omwake.—Mrs. Mary Kriner
i is undergoing treatment in the Cham
[ bersburg Hospital.—The following of
. fleers have been elected by the Pres
, byterian Sunday school: Superinten
. dent, L. H. Fletcher; assistant, A. J.
, Johnson; treasurer, J. R. Davison; sec
. retary, Edgar Philips.—The Rev. Dr.
f I. N. Peightel attended the meeting of
. the Reformed General Synod in Lan
, ctster, as a delegate from Mercers
• burg classis.—The American Rescue
I Workers of Philadelphia, h 'Ve leased
, Rhoades Grove, north of Greencastle,
j and will hold a campmeeting thero
, July 11 to 27.—A number of Green
[ castle young people save a surprise
t party for Miss Katharine Fuss at her
. home in Antrim township on Monday
. evening.—Charles Edward Stains, Salt
. Lake City, Utah, and Mrs. Nora Wed
[ die, Shubert, Neb., were called to
. Greencastle by the death of their sis
ter, Airs. James Sellers. —The Christian
Endeavor Society of the Lutheran
i Church held a largely attended so
-1 ciable in the lecture room Tuesday
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