Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, February 20, 1919, Page 6, Image 6

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Mrs. Olmsted Hostess
to Sunday School Class
Mrs. John Olmsted entertained the
members of the Warren Van Dyke
Sunday school class of Stevens
Memorial M. E. Church at her
home, BXI North Seventeenth street.
Mrs. Olmsted was assisted by Mrs.
Chamberlln and Mrs. Van Dyke.
Those present were:
Mrs. Frank Bealor, Mr. Van Dyke.
Mrs. Charles Butler, Mrs. R. E. Mil
ler, Mrs. Walter Rankin, Mrs. Har
vey A. Boyer. Mrs. Chamberlain,
Miss Ida Sourbier. Miss Dora Sour
bier, Miss Blanche Wheeler. Mrs.
George Bogar. Mrs. W. C. Thomp
son. Miss Lucille Olmsted.
-SHowots
i or All Occasjons
Floral Decorations
Wedding Flowers
Farty Flowers
Funeral Flowers
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AND DELIVER
ANYTHING THAT IS
Cleanable
• Our Phone Numbers Are
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404 N. Second St., Harrisburg
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faces smooth and even. They
cannot be distinguished from
ordinary lenses. That's why
KRYPTOKS are called "the
invisible bifocals."
We are competent to meet the
optical needs and tastes of the
most exacting patron. Call at
your convenience.
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OPTOMETRIST
NOT MOUTH THIRD STREET
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0 An Expert of National I ?
0 Fame Has Trained i 0
? My Sales Force ; ?
• What do you demand from a merchant? Mer- U
0 chandise, yes, that's the biggest factor. But X
T service too, expert sales service—that's a big "
U item, especially in buying apparel. " A
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A I am not content with meeting New York •
. standards. I want to surpass them. So at con- Q
ft siderable expense I secured the services of Mr. •
• Frank E. Fehlman, President of Churchill-Hall, y
Q Inc., of New York, to coach my sales force. For I
• many years Mr. Fehlman was vice-president of U
0 The Cossard Corset Company of Chicago, and X
• in that capacity trained hundreds of women to "
0 sell. His lectures oil salesmanship delivered re- a
• cently to the Advertising Club of New York of j
0 which he is vice-president created a decided sen- g
1 sation. "
. Mr. Fehlman gathered my force together in a ™
A v class and thoroughly grounded them in the prin- X
• ciples of service to the customer as applied to J
0 women's wearing apparel. A
X Color values and color harmonies; that was I
one subject scientifically covered. The funda- 0
A mental laws were carefully explained. What is X
V your complexion? When you enter my store "
Q garments will be shown you which will harmon- A
• ize with your individual coloring. i
U Types of figures and how to drape them. 0
X There are 9 possible types, you are one of them. X
" Rest assured that the line and contour of gar- 0
A ments you purchase here will be suited to your X
; figure. If you're inclined to be heavy we can J
/) drape you to look more slender or vice versa. A
X Space forbids further explanation. Mr. Fehl- •
" man covered more than twenty phases of serv- Q
X ice. My customers will profit by this training
" from now on. . V
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THURSDAY EVENING
INTERESTING PERSONAL AND SOCIAL
HOLD DANCE IN
CATHEDRAL HALL
Many Guests Attend Big Ball
Given Last Evening by
the K. of C.
The Knights of Columbus gave a
dance last evening in Cathedral hall,
with the Municipal orchestra playing
for the dancing. Among those pres
ent were: (
Mr. and Mrs. It. P. Seitz, Mr. und
Mrs. Charles Seitz. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Koenig, Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
Vaughn, Mr. und Mrs. Mulcahy, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Cahiil, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Morrissey, Mr. and Mrs. J. Czern
iski, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Barry, Mr.
and Mrs. N. Newton, Mr. and Mrs.
Eyde, Mr. and Mrs. F. Yedstadt, Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Yetter, Mr. and Mrs. A
Bauniiller, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Man
nix, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Russ, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Ludes, Mr. and Mrs.
Augustus Waldsehmidt, Mr. and Mrs.
Keenan, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Tracy,
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Martin. Mr. and
Mrs. F. Li. Greene, Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Greene, Mr. and Mrs. James
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Peter,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Sariano, Lieutenant
T. J. Moran, Mr. and Mrs.
I. J. Belley ,Mr. and Mrs. John Stapf,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fornwald, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Cusack, Mr. and
Mrs. James Coleman, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Guthrie. Mr. and Mrs. A.
H. Taylor, Miss Katherine Simonetti,
Miss Margaret Vaughn. Miss Ella
Kreidler, Miss Farriday, Miss Marie
Elscheid, Miss Julia Keiser, Miss
Grace Crook. Miss Mary Euker, Miss
Alice Driscoll, Miss Ella Fruley, Miss
Mary McGuire, Miss Amanda Shields,
Miss Helen Eyde, Miss Marie Yed
stadt, Miss Miriam Goshorn, Miss
Catherine Holland, Miss Elizabeth
Boola, Mrs. Charles Graham, Miss
Alice Stine, Miss Mary Swab, Miss
Margaret Blade, Miss Marie Blade,
Mary Powers, Miss Midge Ferriday,
Miss Mary Carroll, Miss Eunice Mc-
Laughlin. of York: Miss Sarah Q.
Malone, Miss A". Culhane, Miss llelen
Schlitzer, Miss Helen Buffington,
Miss E. St. Peter, Miss Alice St.
Peter, Miss Marie Coan, Miss Ida
Coan, Miss Catherine Alleman, Miss
Helen Alleman, Miss Pearl Brockley,
of Hanover: Miss Margaret Scott,
Miss Mary Joyce, Mrs. Mary Kuster,
Miss A. Kuster. Mrs. James Blade,
Mrs. Robert Blade, Miss Kathleen
Grimes, Miss Mary Dunn, Mis 3 Eliza
beth Maguire, Miss Mayre Herbert,
Miss Antoinette Sariano, Miss Helen
Czerniski, Miss Anna Farley.
Louis Simonetti, J. W< Durborrow,
Harry Kreidler, Timothy Ewker,
Sergeant A. Faubert, T. J. Griflin,
William Taylor, James O'Connor,
Edward Cahill, John Keane, Wil
liam Maguire, Charles Schmidt, Wil
liam Ewker, William Maguire, Pri
vate Bernard Steitzen, Clem Kelley,
11. A. Och, William Cullen, Bert
Weaver, Sergeant L. Boyes, William
Reichert, Webb Bennett, Sergeant
William Donough, Sergeant Nolan
Hutchinson, Joyce Callanon, William
B. Dowling, James L. Minnaugli,
Ralph Leedy, J. Alexander, John
Coan, Joseph Mahen, D. L. Mullaney,
James Moore, Sergeant Jack Schroy,
If. J. Liddy, John Harry Liddy S
Schmidt, Lew Schlitzer, E. O. Ferry,
John Maloney, Sergeant George E*
Koch, Sergeant L. A. Embank, Fred
Schamtnel, Jr., Edward Moeslein,
Lawrence Burns, F. K. Ramer, E.
B. McCulla, E. J. Slentz, Robert
Sourbier and W. A. Byrne.
Mrs. William R. Denehey, of
North Front street, left this morn
ing for Passaic, N. J., to visit her sis
ter, Mrs. George E. Loveland and
her daughter, Miss Sara Denehey,
at St. Luke's Hospital, New York
City.
GIFTED PI AN ISTE COM ES TO WEDNESDAY CLUB
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MISS FRANCES NASH
Many requests have come in to
the program committee of the Wed
nesday Club for a recital by some
celebrated pianiste. The committee
is pleased to announce they have
secured Miss Frances 'Nash, pian
iste, for the evening of March 12,
in Fahnestock Hall.
Miss Nash, who has won recog
nition through her great musical
gifts, is in her third year in the
professional field. At the close of
her European stdy she started on
a tour of Frt.nce and and
although her triumphs were short
ened by the war. it was not until
she had made important appear
ances with the Philharmonic so
cieties of Berlin and Dresden.
Though her programs are varied
and well chosen, she does not call
herself a modernist and says: "Well
frankly, Chopin is <juite modern
enough, for me."
All classes of Wednesday club
members are privileged to attend
Ordnance Men Give
Dance at Civic Club
The noncommissioned officers at- ]
tached to the Ordnance General |
Supply Depot at Middletown gave I
an informal little dance at the j
Civic Club last evening.
The committee in charge of the
arrangements included Sergeant C. ,
Raymond Houcliing, Sergeant Henry
Newberger, Sergeant William Mc-
Fernan, Sergeant William Barrett.
Sergeant Fred Wagner, Sergeant
Walter Witte, Private Maurice
j Grossman and Corporal Franklin
| Babbitt. The hostesses last evening
were Mrs. William Henderson, Mrs.
E. F. Dunlap, Mrs. S. D. Coe and
' Mrs. Thomas M. Williamson. The
| following were present: Miss Dora
Coe, Miss Marian Bretz, Miss Mar
tha Fletcher, Miss Laura Bretz,
Miss, Katherine Stamm, Miss Naomi
Ackloyj Miss Almeda Herman, Miss
Ernestine Lewis, Miss Lillian Dcc
evee. Miss Mary Jane Wills, Miss
Amy Burd, Miss Mary Hocker, Miss
Freedman, Miss Rouclie, Miss Alice
Decevee, Miss Marian Douglass,
Miss Mary Creighton, Miss Frances
Freedman, Miss Sarah McCullough,
Miss Cherry Westhrook, Miss Louise
Dayton and Miss Maude Stamm.
Captain A. A. DeLapp, Lieutenant
E. R. Hawkins, Lieutenant P.Weeks,
Lieutenant H. Weeks, Sergeant F.
Wagner, Sergeant Neuberger, Ser
geant Barrett, Sergeant A. O. West
berg, Sergeant W. Witte, Sergeant
Roy Baker, Sergeant J. Thayer, Ser
geant J. McGuigan, Sergeant M.
Zinn, Sergeant M. Levy, Corporal
Babbitt, Corpeanl Engle, Corporal
Penflergast, private Grossman, Pri
vate Hanna, Lieutenant Maxwell,
Sergeant R. Houchins and Lieuten
ant Merrill.
Entertained S. S. Class
of State Street Church
Miss Jean McClenaglian entertain
ed at her home, 921 North Eight
eenth stret, laest evening, the mem
bers of W. P. Edmondson's Sunday
school class of the State Street U.
B. Church. Those present were:
Miss Katliryn Llngle, Miss Dor
othy Reeves, Miss Edith Reeves,
Miss Nellie Zimmerman, Miss Marie
Gerhart, Miss Margaret Hoover,
Miss Nellie Goodhart, Miss Mary
Lynch. Miss Elva Myers, Miss Ruth
Potteiger. Miss Emily Miller, Miss
Mae Rowe, Ml6s Helen Parkins,
Mrs. Marry Rupp and William P.
Edmondson.
The Governor Is Giving
Reception to Legislature
The Governor and Mrs. William
Cameron Sproul have issued invita
tions for a reception to members
of the Pennsylvania Legislature,
Tuesday evening, February 25, at the
Executive Mansion at 9 o'clock. It
is probable that members of the
Governor's official family and their
wives will be in the receiving line
with the staff standing just back, as
usual.
PARTY FOR YORK GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. John Macklin enter
tained at their home, 1252 State
street, in compliment to Miss Yeatts
and ktiss Stair, of York. Invited to
meet the <-isitors were Miss Miriam
Britsch, Miss Otstott, Miss Feeser,
Miss Esther Hartman, Mr. and Mrs.
Britsch, William Crissman and G.
Elmer Otstott, who has just return
ed from overseas service.
Mr. Otstott gaVe an Interesting
talk on his experiences "over there"
after which refreshments were
served.
Mrs. Mary Beggs McQulloch, of
St. Louis, is visiting her relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Kinter, at
804 North Second street. She is a
daughter of the late John I. Beggs,
a former Harfisburger.
Mrs. Norris I. Longenecker, of
Cottage Ridge, went to Philadelphia
this morning for a little trip.
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPL
this cncerl; and others who wish to
come may do so by paying the
usual fee.
Next Week's Recital
The recital next Wednesday
morning at 10.15 o'clock will be
given by Miss Mary Belle Corbett,
soprano; Mrs. Martin A, Cumbler,
pianist, and Miss Le Nora Fry, harp
ist. The following program will be
presented:
"Gavotte." Bach: "Sur les Airs de
Ballet D'Alceste," Gluck-Saint
Saens, Mrs. Cumbler; "A Wondrous
Rapture Must It Be," Liszt; "The
First Kiss," Sibelius; "The Snow
drops," Gretchaninoff. Miss Corbett:
"La Melancolie," Godefroid; "Babl
lage," Zitrano; "Pastorale," Bellotta,
Miss Fry; "April," Newton; "Pier
rot,"' Riibner. Miss Corbett; "On
Wings of Song." Mendelssohn, Miss
Corbett and Miss Fry; waltz, Op.
70-1, Chopin; prelude, Op. 28, No.
19, Chopin; Etude in D flat, Liszt,
Mrs. Cumbler.*
WILL VISIT SON
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Etter,
209 Pine street, left to-day for New
port News, Va., where they will
visit their son. Lieutenant Franklin
Etter, who has just returned from
overseas service. Lieutenant Etter,
who before the United States enter
ed the war, served with the Prince
ton Unit in France and is now a
member of the 69th Regiment. Coast
Artillery.
(Additional Social News on Page 4)
[yvy "vy" WMT*
! Witmer, Bair & Witmer 1
Walnut Near Second ' *
Balance of "•
Winter Suits and c
f Coats at f
f HALF PRICE \
I 10 SUITS in navy, black and brown; majority I
C large sizes—former prices $25.00 to $50.00; now £
I $12.50 to $25.00 I
\ ,40 WINTER COATS in black, navy, brown and T
I colors, majority small sizes—former prices $17.50 to 1
J $8.75 to $46.25 \
NEW SPRING FOULARt) DRESSES
I CAPES, CAPE COATS AND DOLMAN'S 1
S FAU-TA-SI SILK TOP SKIRTS JERSEY &
SILVERTONE AND SCOTCH HEATHER
I SUITS. ,
f Witmer, Bair & Witmer T
Home-Made
TCandy for the
Washington's
▼ Birthday Function
Stem Cherries Sour Cherries
( Butter Cream Assorted Hatchets
Salted Peanuts Salted Aliponds
Salted Pecans
Assorted Cream Wnftra, Mlnty Mallows, lu assorted colors and
flavors at apecinl request. A box of our bome-made Maraehlno
Cherries will gladden her heart. Special at 40c the box.
V Special for the week-end i Chocolate covered Fudge, a delicious
enmy fudge covered with a thick coating of aweet chocolate. Spe
cial 40a a pound.
Bitter Sweets ■ A luscious cream covered with a thick coating of
bitter chocolate. Special at 40c pound.
Messimer's
Third Street at Briggs
COLONIAL DAMES
MEET MRS, SPROUL
Mrs. Olmsted Head of Dau
phin County Committee, En
tertains Them at Luncheon
Mrs. Marlln K. Olmsted, chair
man of the Dauphin county com
mittee of Colonial Dames, enter
tained at luncheon to-day at her
residence, 105 North Front street,
to welcome Mrs. William Cameron i
Sproul, wife of the Governor, to the 1
chapter. |
Among the guests were state oftt- .
cers, members of the hoard of di- j
rectors and members of the Dau- 1
phln county committee, including j
Mrs. Jomes Starr, % Mrs. John C.
Groome, Mrs. Joseph" B. Hutchinson,
Mrs. Charles Roberts, Miss Dydia ;
Morris, Mrs. A. V. Meigs, Miss Laura
Bell, Mrs. Davis Reeves, Mrs. A. H.
Lea, Mrs. Sproul, Mrs. James H.
Darlington, Mrs. Robert IT. Lam
berton, Mrs. Henry McCojmiek, Mrs.
Lyman D. Gilbert, Mrs. Boyken, Mrs.
John Oenslager, Miss Caroline Pear
son, Miss Mary Harris Pearson, Mrs.
7 George B. Kunkel, Mrs. William B.
McCaleb, Mrs. William Henderson,
Mrs. William Elder Bailey, Mrs.
George Douglass Ramsey, Mrs. A.
Wilson Norris, Mrs. Thomas Lynch
Montgomery, Mrs. Thomas M. Jones,
Miss Grubb, Miss Beall, of Lancas
ter; Mrs. Skiles, of Hamburg, and
Mrs. Rollin H. Wilbur, of St. Da
vid's.
The appointments were of pink
with roses, mignonette, snapdragon
and pussywillows prevailing in the
flowers. v
Shower of Gifts For
Mrs. Earl A. King
A surprise kitchen shower was
given last evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. King, 1612
Wallace-street, for Mrs. King, a re
cent bride. Gifts of aluminum, tin
ware, glass and linens were present
ed to the guests of honor after
which a buffet supper was served.
Those present were: Mrs. Frank
Nicholson, Mrs. Charles Bankes, Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Goodyear, Mr. and
Mrs. Russel Ritcliey, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred K. Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Walker, Miss Pauline
Brinton, Miss Mildred Marlin, Miss
Ruth Webster. Miss Sarah Marlin,
Miss Ruth Daller, Miss Mary Car
penter, Miss Alice Weiger, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl A. King, Sterling Fair, Da
vid Cocklin, John Rau, David Cron
in. Floyd Cocklin, Arthur Fogal and
John Brennan.
GLOVES CLEANED FREE
11. C. Mattern, of 404 North Second
street, proprietor of the Valet wishes
to announce that he will clean for any
lady a short pair of white gloves free,
provided she has never had any done
here before. This introductory offer
is made simply to get you acquainted
with this modern dry-cleaning house.—
Adv. %
j r FUNERAL FLOWERS
SPECIAL!
Beautiful Spray, $3.00
Keeney's Flower Shops
114 N. an ST. 161 N. FRONT ST.
I Harrisbarg gteeßoa
FEBRUARY 20, 1919.
The Sale of Sales!
Our Great February Furniture Sale
Far exceeding any other TWO SALES COMBINED we have ever held in
quantity of business and in the Sterling Values we have offered.
WE HAVE SAVED PURCHASERS IN THIS SALE
ALREADY THIS MOHTH OVER $6,000.00
All stores, of course, claim they "save you money" on your purchases, but
actually, how many REALLY DO IT? Some customers have told us this
month that their saving here has equalled ONE-HALF.
We don't claim so great a saving in all cases, but we do claim that our
prices are positively 20 per cent. less. We can afford to sell for less, and WE
DO SELL FOR LESS! \
JUST MAKE A COMPARISON AS OTHERS HAVE DONE AND
YOU WILL REALIZE WHAT A DIFFERENCE THERE IS IN FURNI
TURE PRICES.
"GOOD FURNI ORE AT PRICES OF THE ORDINARY KIND!"
Open I Purchases
Every I I FURNITURE COMPANY |\ Reserved For
Evening * *1415-19 N. SECOND ST.* m Later Delivery}
_________________ Between Caltlcr and Kelly Streets ____________
Jacobean Dining Suite, 9-pieces including 60-inch Buffet, (PjAPViVAA
Large China Cabinet, 48-inch Extension Table, 5 Side and 1 P| t.UU
Arm Chairs to match, (Just three out of a carload left). Feb- Ii #1
ruary Sale Price, "
American Walnut or Antique Mahogany Suite, with pos- OkA QQ
ter bed as illustrated; or with a plain wood panel bed, 4 pieces. ■
February Sale Price, .
Bed Davenport Suites as illustrated, Fumed Oak, Golden QQ
Oak or Mahogany, upholstered in Brown Spanish Leatherette,
3 pieces. February Sale Price,
American Walnut Dining Suite, 9-pieces, consisting of tDklfcP'lK HA
66-inch Buffet (full dust-proof) Large China Cabinet, 54-inch y f |%l|vU
Extension Table, 5 Side and 1 Arm Chairs, upholstered in IV
Brown or Blue Spanish Leather. February Sale Price,
Our Low Expense Is Your Big Saving!
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