Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, March 29, 1919, Page 2, Image 2

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Miss Jennie Agnew Gives One
Worn by Her to Green
eastle Red Cross
Property Controlled by David
son Family Sixty Years
Changes Hands
Greonoastle. Pa., March 29. Light j
large sacks of clothing were sent out 1
5 this week from the Red Cross]
Rooms. The clothing was all in j
'.'first class condition. One of the,
articles contributed that brought
forth great admiration, was a hand
. embroidered baby dress of exquis
ite workmanship. It was conirib- )
' uted by Miss Agnew almost 75 years;
old. and was worn by Miss Agnew
in her infancy. The little dress is
in as good preservation as the day j
it was made. —Miss Bess MoKinnie of
Philadelphia, is visiting her parents.
! —The Music Club was entertained
at the home of Mrs. John P. Stover, j
—Stanley Koser, son of Mr. and Mrs. j
J. C. Koser, has accepted a position i
at Harrisburg.—Miss Helen Glass s
has returned from a sojourn in
Miami, Florida. —Mrs. Grace Mc- j
" Allister, of Baltimore, who has been
a guest at the home of G. F. Zieg- I
ler, left on Tuesday for Atlantic |
, city.—Miss Marica Snyder return- '
ed home Tuesday evening front an]
extended visit in Brooklyn, N. 1. .
Her brother Dr. Ross Snyder, of |
Birmingham, Alabama, aceompained •
• her home.—Miss Helen Lesher of ]
Irving College, Mechanicsburg. is
home for the spring vacation. —Billy
Gilbert is ill with typhoid fever at
the home of his grandmother, Mrs.
Michael Gilbert. —One of the busi
ness changes that will take place J
in Greencastle ti is spring will be a!
new proprietor for the Davison j
"Warehouse, which has been run by j
a member of the Davison family for ]
the past sixty years. The ware- j
house in which coal, lumber and j
, grain business has been conducted, j
has been sold to J. W. Hartman, of j
Kauffman's.—The Bird Box Contest 1
under the auspices of the Green- j
castle Nature Club resulted in the j
award of the following prizes: first j
prize, George Lear, Martin box, $10; ]
second prize, Stanley Koser, Wren '
box, $5: third prize. Howard Barn- j
hart. Martin box. $2: and the fourth s
prize was divided among three con
testants, Luther Fisher, Jacob
Crunkleton and Harry Carpenter,
each receiving $1 for Wren and
Flicker boxes.
Camp Fire Girls Guests
of Mrs. Charles Rippman
Millcrstown. Pa., Mijrch 29.—The
Camp Fire Clu|> was entertained
recently by Mrs. Charles Rippman.—
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Kerchner and
Misses Alice and Sara Rickabaugh
attended a surprise party given in
honor of Mrs. .Lloyd Shuman at
their home near Thompsontown on
Saturday evening.—Miss Lou Trout
man spent Sunday with her parents
at Herndon.—Mr. and Xi£s. Harry
Hopple spent Sunday with their son,
Herbert Hopple and family.—Mas
ter Eugene Gardner spent the week
nd with his father, Mr. Thomas
Gardener, at Altoona.—Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Reisinger and Levi Kepner
visited relatives at Berwick on Sun
day.—Mrs. James E. Rounsley visit
ed relatives at Lemoyne and Me
chanicsburg.—Miss Ruth Frank
house, of Port Royal, spent Sunday
with Miss Edna Coombe.—Miss
Jxmise Gray of I.andisburg spent the
, weekend with Miss Mina Kreamer. —
Mrs. Wm. Moore entertained the
Crochet Club at her home on Main
street. —Mr. and Mrs. George Stack
pole and baby of Lewistown, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Rowe,
Sunday.—Mr. George Hutchinson of
Burnham, was a recent guest at the
home of William Walker.—Miss
Helen Deitrich of Altoona, visited
Miss Ruth Ritzmun for several days.
—David English of Harrisburg, visit
ed his brother, W. M. English on
Sunday.—Misses Mary Vlsh and
Zella Cathcart students at Irving
College are spending a vacation at
their home . here.—Miss Edith
Rounsley and nephew, James Em
v ory Rounsley, were Newport visitors
, ' en Wednesday.—D. A. Lahr went to
Newport on Sunday to visit his
brother. C. W. 1-ahr.—Charles Allen
of Mifflin, spent several davs with
• his mother. Mrs. Mary Allen.—Mrs
Emma Ball left Saturday for New
"lork City, after caring for her niece,
M j ss Lillian Xankioell, who had been
seriously 111 with pneumonia.—Mr.
! and Mrs. Lewis Dinm, son Calvin of
'< Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Patton. Mr. James Kipp and family
- of Harrisburg, Mr. and Mrs. John
Brinton, of Camp Hill, and Harry
Kipp and family of McAllistersville
• spent Sunday with their parents'
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kipp. Mr. and
Q Mrs. Kipp accompanied them to
- Harrisburg where they spent sev
•l era! days.-—Mr. and Mrs. Lee
* Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
o Thompson and son, Robert, of New
, Buffalo, visited James Rounslev and
. .family, on Sunday.
Mereorsbiirg, Pa.. March ">9
Harry Trout, son of Harry E. Trout
. borough tax collector, is making a repul
• tation for himself as a runner at the
& Mercersburg Academy. Coach Jimmy
r . f Curran says that he thinks he sees *i
# second Ted iferedith In him.— Miss \n
; netta Shannon, who has been spending
several months with her niece. Mrs. Ar-
A thur Humphrey.* at Pittsburgh, has re
turned to her home here.—Mr. and Mrs.
L. W. Lightner and daughter. Miss Eva
; • Lightner, who for a number of years
|, lived in Waynesboro, have returned
if- here and will live with Charies Eberly.
1? —Miss Florence Johnston has returned
w to her home in McConnellsburg after
9i visiting her cousin. Miss Mary C.
■< Johnston.—Miss Hazel Vandreau Is im
proving rapidly after having been suc
cessfully operated upon at the Hagers-.
town Hospital.—Mrs. Thomas W. Baker
.. has returned to her home here after
spending several weeks with her par
ents at Baltimore, Md.—Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Hoffman were called here on
account of the illness of their young son,
who is visiting his grandparents, Mr!
and Mrs. John L. Eckert.—Miss Fannie
McClelland, who has been spending sev
eral weeks with her sister, Mrs. James
L. Walker, has returned to New Haven,
Conn.—Mrs. Richard Henry Shackle!
of Newark, N. J., Is visiting in the home
of Mrs. Carrie H. Witherspoon.—Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Walker and Mr. and
Mrs. George Walker, of Chambersburg,
were recent visitors in the home of
James L. Walker.—Juniata McLaugh
lin. a student at Wilson College, is
spending Easter vacation with her par
' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McLaugh
lin—John Mears, of Baltimore. Md.,
visited his uncle, Harry S. Waidiick
on Tuesday.
Elizabeth town and Florin to
Join Memberships and
Continue Work
Combine Will Make Strong
Lodge With More Than
150 Members
Elizabcthtowii, Pa., March 29. —
1 On Tuesday evening the officers and
members of Atlas Castle. No. 136,
Knights of the Mystic Chain, will
meet in joint session with Florin
Castle, No. 13, at the lattcr's hall at
Florin, for the purpose of uniting
the two lodges. Florin Castle, No.
13 agrees to transfer all its furni
ture, regalia and finances, with its
membership of forty, and continue
its existance with Atlas Castle of
Elizabethtown. This combination
with Atlas Castle will make it one
of the strong orders of the town.
The present membership of Atlas
Castle is 112. The Florin Band will
be present.—D. G. Engle. of Mar
riette, has accepted a position with
Landis Garage Company here.—-The
Loyal Order of Moose, No. 596, of
Elizabethtown. has added to the list
of its membership, which is about
350, thirty-four new candidates.
The prosperity of the organization
bids fair that it will become one of
the most prominent and thriving
orders of the borough. The cere
mony of invitation will take place
to-morrow afternoon, in Market
House Hall, under the auspices of
the degree team, from Columbia.
'Mrs. Tubbs of Shantytown'
by Pupils of High School
L/owisbcrry, Pa., March 27.—"Mrs.
Tubbs, of Shantytown," a comedy in
three acts will be played in the
town hall at Lewisberry this evening
by the High school pupils. The fol
lowing is the cast of characters:
"Mrs. Mollie Tubbs. the Sunshine of
Shantytown," Miss Mary Reiff: "Miss
Clingie Vine," her "lady boarder,"
Miss Anna Sutton: "Mrs. Ellen
Hickey," a neighbor, Miss Sara Stet
ler: "Miss Mavdelle Campbell." a
pretty young school teacher. Miss
Pearl Smaling; "Simon Rubbels," the
corner grocer, looking for a wife.
Paul Walker; "Tom Riordan," the
census taker. Miss Esther Schubau
er; "Queenie Sheba Tubbs," Miss
Louise Spanglet* "Methusalem
Tubbs" (Scuffles!, Glenn Straley;
"Billy Blossom Tubbs." Norman Fet
row; "Victoria Hortensia Tubbs,"
(Punkv DunksL Miss Blanche Stra
ley: "Elmira Hickey," Miss Bertha
Traver. The audience will be enter
tained with music between the acts.
—A party was held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Parthemer, in
celebration of Mrs. Parthemer's
birthday anniversary. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Snavelv,
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Reiff, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Parthemer, William
Downs, Gerald Snavely and Miss
Bessie Kunkel and the following
members of Mrs. Parthemer's Sun
day school class, "The Shining
Stars. ' of the Methodist Episcopal
school: Louise Spangler, Anna Sut
ton. Esther Schubauer, Nora Bonner,
Helen Bonner. Beulah Walker, Cath
arine Xeidig. Ma:f- Fetrow, Pauletta
Dugan. Ethel Krone, Ida Krone, Mil
dred Spangler and Blanche Straley.
—ln the absence of the pastor, the
Rev. Leonard L. Owens, who is
visiting relatives at State College,
after the conference session at Sun
bury, the Rev. R. S. Stair, a Lutli
h arm,' will deliver a sermon <n
the local Methodist Episcopal
Church to-morrow evening. Miss
Mary Frankeberger will have
charge of the centenary program to
be given in the morning at the Sun
day school session when special mu
sic will be rendered by the choir.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Armstrong and
daughter Laurabel, of Harrisburg
were guests of Mrs. Htura Kline.—
Miss Clarissa Bratten is visiting at
Harrisburg the guest of her sisters
the Misses Mary, Sarah and Alda
Bratten.—The newly-appointed pas
tor of United Evangelical Church,
the Rev. XV. H. Warburton and fam
ily arrived pn Wednesday and will
occupy the parsonage.—Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Reiff and daughter removed
on Tuesday from their farm to their
home in the borough.
Prof. Knaub Entertains
Manchester Senior Class
Manchester. Pa., March 29.—The
senior class of the Manchester High
school was entertained bv their
teacher. Professor Scott W. Knaub,
on Tuesday evening. An enjovable
evening was spent. Games were
played and music was rendered by
the class, after which refreshment's
were served. The dining room was
decorated with the class colors, gar
net and cream and flowers. The
class day and commencement ex
ercises will be held May 13 and 14.
The following compose the class:
Clara Caasell, Scott Rudy, York Hal
ven: George Ebaugh. Mt. Wolf; Re
becca Gladfelter. Anna Kauffman,
Erma Hoffman. George Beck, Leroy
Jacobs and Millard Everhart. Clara
Cassel carries off first! honors ana
will be valedictorian of the class,
and Anna Kauffman won second
honor and will be the salutarian.
Mrs. R. G. Good was called to
York on account of the serious ill
ness of her father on Tuesday.—Mrs.
C. . Shelly. North York, spent sev
eral days at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George Smith.—"The Laugh
ing Cure," a two-act comedy, will
be presented in Fraternity hall on
Saturday evening. April 5, under
the auspices of the Ladies' Aid So
ciety of the Lutheran Church.—A
young son of William Steidler is se
riously ill with pneumonia. Mr.
and Mrs. Chauncey Brenneman were
visiting relatives at New Salem Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. John Sowers
spent Sunday at Dover, the guests of
Mr. Sower's parents. Miss Norah
Landis, of Harrisburg,, was a week
end visitor of Miss Ada Gross.
Miss Anna Jacobs, of York, spent
Sunday with her parents. Mr, and
Mrs. Franklin Jacobs.—Mrs. George
Melhorn, of York, and Mrs. Kirk
Melhorn, of York Haven, were en
tertained at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William Schriver on Wednes
day. Miss Sallie Gross, of Steel
ton, is spending some time here
with relatives, William Quickel
who is confined to the house the
past several months bv sickness is
not as yet improved.—William Ever
hart received a postal from his son,
Ralph, mailed at New Y'ork. Mr.
Everhart was overseas and landed
at New York on Monday; he expects
to be home shortly.
Board of Directors Will Make Place Most Popular Resort
■in Town During Summer; Baseball League Planned
Gettysburg. Pa., Mar. 29.—The
board of directors of the Kurtz Mem
orial playground has began the
working out of plans for the enter
tainment of the boys and girls of
the community during the summer
months. During the two summers of
the war the playground was rather
neglected, but it is planned now to
put it on a good solid basis and
make it most popular place in
town for the youngsters. Space will
be provided that will permit a large
number of different games and
amusements, while it is planned to
form an amateur baseball league in
the different wards of the town, so
that the older folks will be attracted
and help to make the grounds a good
and wholesome place for the kiddies.
—The visiting committee appointed
by the Parent-Teachers' Association
for this month, consisting of Mrs.
A. B. Plank. Mrs. Emory Plank, Mrs.
Alice Schriver and Mrs. Florence
Grinder, were entertained at dinner
on Thursday at the Household Arts
Department in Kast Middle street.
Under the direction of Miss Fox the
girls of the above department plan
ned, cooked and served the follow
ing: Baked ham, corn relish, baked
apples with tapioca, browned sweet
potatoes, creamed string beans, bread
and butler, jellied tomato salad, waf
ers, and cocpanut pudding.—Miss
Mary Power, of Baltimore street has
received a German sword and scab
bard from her brother Edmund, whs
is with the American Army of Oe
Xcw Bloomlield —William Harper,
Sr., who lias been in the West, spent
Sunday at his home here. Mr. and
Mrs. Riley Smith, of Biain, and Miss
Jane Gutshall, of Lemoyne, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Grenable on Sunday. Mrs. Elton
H. Wallace, who spent the winter
here, left on Tuesday for her home
at Collegeville. Misses Rose and
Anna Jane Barrett, students at Wil
son College at Ohambersburg, are
home on their Easter vacation.
United States Marshal James S. Ma
gee. of Scranton. spent the week
end at his home here. Rodney M.
Gring spent several days in Phila
delphia. Charles Keiser spent sev
eral days at Philadelphia. Miss
Rhenybelle Alter, a student at Mary
Lyon School at Swarthinpre. is home
for Easter vacation. William
Dunkel, William Clouser and Wil
liam Messimer, of Harrisburg, spent
the weekend with their parents here.
—Miss Mabel McKeehan is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Grace Greaney, at
Skillman, N. J. Miss Amy Fisher,
of Carlisle, spent several days with
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Alter. Mrs.
Charles H. Smiley is visiting rela
tives at Washington.
Union Deposit—Miss Bertha Spahr
and Miss Mary Stephenson, of Hoer
nerstown. visited Harry E. Jones
and family on Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. C. Groff spent Monday at Har
risburg. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus
Eisenhauer, of Reading, visited the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Is
rael Eisenhauer, on Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Enos Rover announce the
birth of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
J. Sargeant. accompanied by Mrs.
Walters and daughter, of Annville,
were guests of Mrs. Lizzie Letter
man on Sunday. Claude Long.
Theodore Boyer and Norman Yingst
spent a day at Harrisburg. Mr.-
White Lily Class Gives
Farewell Party For Teacher
Wlconfsco, Pa.. Mar. 29.—The White
Lily Sunday class of the Methodist
Episcopal church gave a farewell
surprise party for their teacher, Mrs.
John Hunt. Monday evening.—Harry
E. Deiter of U. P. S. Montana is
spending a short furlough with rela
tives in town.—Mrs. G. A. Siemons
spent Monday in Harrisburg.—Mrs.
Charles Long visited her sister in
Tremont Sunday.—Harvey Botdorf,
spent the latter part of the week at
Carlisle.—Miss Verna Dutrich of Wil
liamstown was the guest, of Mrs.
Lucy Thomas this week.—Mrs. Bertha
Esterline and children are spending
a week in Palmyra.—James Kerwin
the week with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. I* Kerwin.—Mrs. Emma
Beadle returned home after spending
several months in Trevorton. Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Mossop spent the
week end at Orwigsburg.—John
Reigle spent Monday at Harrisburg.
—John A. M. Keen and Robert Min
nich, of Dickinson College, Carlisle,
visited their parents Sunday.—Harry
Botdorf of Harrisburg spent Sunday
at the home of John H. Botdorf.—
Corporal David Watkeys, of the Base
Hospital at Camp Meade, Md„ is
spending thirty days with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Watkeys.—
Mrs. Francis Daniels and daughter
have returned to Reading after visit
ing at the home of C. W. Seifert.—
Mary Byerly of Gratz and Jack Christ
of Mount Carmel were the guests of
Jean L. Byerly Sunday.—Miss Miller,
Instructor of the Hygiene class, gave
a short lecture to the High school
pupils on Thursday afternoon.
Surprise Party in Honor
of Mrs. Lloyd R. Shuman
Thompson'own, Pa., March 29.—A
surprise party was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Shuman in
honor of Mrs. Shuman's birthday.—Af
ter spending the winter here Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Gross returned on Friday
to their summer home at the Aqueduct.
—Mrs. E. S. Thompson was called to
Oak Lane, Philadelphia, on Tuesday on
account of the death of her brother,
Burd Cronther. —Mrs. A. <3. Haldeman
is at Pittsburgh.—A. G. Haldeman at
tended the funeral of his brother-in-law,
J. G. Graybill, at "Williamsport, on
Tuesday.—Mrs. W. R. Long is a guest
at the home of Mrs. J. G. Haldeman.—
Private John Allen, Jr., of the 79th
Division, arrived home on Monday.—
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sellers returned
to their home on Monday after spending
a month at Newport with Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Frank. —The Rev. C. A. Hines
and family are visiting their parents
here.—Earl Pannebaker returned on
Monday after being attached to an aero
squadron in France. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hibbs and little son, of Harrls
burg, are visiting Mrs. Mary Gross.—
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Lukens, of East
Salem and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Keagle
motored to Lewistown on Sunday.
upation in Germany. The sword
lis*? the inscription "R. Stosek and
Company' Berlin-Marienfields," —Some
time during commencement week at
Gettysburg College, likely the eve
ning of baccalaureate Sunday, a
memorial service will be held for
the men of the college who made
the supreme sacrifice on the battle
fields of France. Thirteen gold stars
are on the service Hag, showing the
number of fallen heroes. In the
corn-testing contest held at the voca
tional school at Arendtsville, nine
schools from the townships surround
ing that town competing, the first
prize was won by Fairmount school,
whose team was composed of Harold
Peters and Lee McCauslin. The
"Adelphian" Club has been organized
among the boys of the high school to
give them a place where they may
spend their spare time in good social
way. The Rev. Paul Reid Pontius,
pastor of the Reformed church, will
be the advisory member and general
overseer of the activities of the club.
A modern roadhouse is to be erect
ed one mile and a half west of town
for the accommodation of tourists
along tho Lincoln Highway. Frank
Kberhart. for years owner and pro
prietor of the Eagle Hotel, lias pur
chased the forty-four acre farm of
Samuel Hartr.eU. and work has al
ready started on the improvements
which will be made to make it one
of the most attractive places along
the route. The place has been named
"The Richwood."
land Mrs. George Fausnacht and cliil
' dren. of Harrisburg, visited the for
: mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I riah
I Fausnacht, on Sunday. Mrs.
I George Seibert spent Sunday at Pal
myra visiting her aunt, Mrs. John
Clemens. —• Mr. and Mrs. Paul
' Stauffer. of Harrisburg, visited the
i former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
j Frank H. Stauffer, on Sunday.—Mr.
! and Mrs. Charles Kuhns announce
1 the birth of a daughter on Sunday
I night. Hoy Landis, of Lewtsburg,
I spent the fore part of the week
i with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
I Landis. Mrs. John E. Long is
spending some time at Millersburg.
t —Paul Lehn, of Palmyra, visited
i his sister, Mrs. Enos Boyer, on Sun-
I day. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Baker
I and son, John Baker, Jr., spent Sun
' day at Grantville visiting Mrs. Ba
-1 ker's mother, Mrs. Lucetta Snavely,
! —Mr. and Mrs Sterling H. Peiffer,
of Lcmonye, visited their parents
• on Sunday.—Mrs. Joseph Eter and
! daughter, Mrs. Andrew Kreiser,
| spend Wednesdav at Harrisburg.
j—Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Deimler,
jof Chamber Hill; Mr. and Mrs.
j Charles Weaver, of Round Top,
i and Mrs. Elmer Shuler, of Steelton,
were guests of Ralph Ebersole on
; Sunday.
Stiippensburg Mrs. Alice Sheaf
fer, of Chambersburg, spent Sunday
j here. —William Devor. who has recently
j returned from France, spent several
days in town.—Lawrence Warren, of
j Marysville, spent several days with
j friends here.—Charles Mower, of the
United States Army, was a recent visitor
here. —The Yundt property in Burd
street, brought a high price at a recent
sale, the amount being over $4,000.
Mrs. Harry Y'ontz. of Fayettevllle, spent
Sunday with Miss Alta Allison.—Amos
Zell. bf Waynesboro, spent Sunday here.
—William Fleming is moving his family
to Baltimore.—A. F. Bittner has moved
• here from Oakville.
York Haven Red Men
Visit Tribe at Felton
York Haven. Pa., March 29.— J.
E. Whisjer, John Swan, Paul Ferry, H.
E. Arnold and Curvin Krout, members
of Susqueliannock Tribe, Xo. 420, I. O.
R. M„ journey to Felton, this county,
on Tuesday night in the interest of the
approaching convention of the York and
Adams counties association of Red Men.
The visitors were tendered a banquet.—
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green have re
turned from a week's trip to Harrisburg,
Steelton and Philadelphia.—Miss Char
lotte Miller, of Cly. was the guest of
Mrs. Edith Fish.—Miss Elsie
of Steelton. is spending the weekend
with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs,
H. E. Jennings.—Mrs. Samuel Deardorff
and grandson, Horace Lenliart. return
ed from Harrisburg. where they visited
the former's daughter. Mrs. Harry
Poulson. —Miss Kffle Gunty. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gunty. who is suf
fering from typhoid fever, was presented
with a bouquet of flowers by the mem
bers of the United Brethren Sunday
school class of which she is a member.
Miss Gunty is improving in health.—
Mrs. Sarah Kauffman and children, of
New Cumberland, were recent guests of
th'e former's mother. Mrs. Samuel Dear
dorff.—Mrs. H. G. Green wait, of York,
spent several days with her sister. Mrs.
Charles Krout.—Mrs. H. E. Jennings
and daughter, Grace, returned from
Harrisburg, where they spent several
days with relatives! —The Misses Violet
and Emma Swan returned from a visit
among relatives at Harrisburg and Le
moyne.—Miss Ella Andrews, of Harris
burg. spent several days at York Haven,
the guest of Miss Grace Jennings—Mlssj
Elizabeth Ebersole has returned from
West Fairview. where she visited
friends. —Mrs. Warren K. March and
niece, Miss Gretna Spangler, and sister,
Miss Gladys Witta, spent the week with
friends at Harrisburg, New Cumberland
and Lemoyne.
Double Bitrhday Party For
Mrs. Mellott and Son
Everett, Pa., March 29. —A pleas
ant birthday party was held at the
home of Mo. and Mrs. J. D. Mellott,
of Everett, on Saturday evening, in
honor of the birthday of Mrs. Mel
lott and her son, William. The eve
ning was spent with music and
refreshments were served.—Those
present were: Mr and Mrs. Tolbert
Mellott and children, of Everett, Mr.
and Mrs. John Mellott and Mr. and
Mrs. Judson Mellott, of Mount
Union, Mr. and Mrs. William Mel
lott and son, Mr. and Mrs. H. Coo
lidge Wolff, Mrs. A. I/. Johnson and
Mrs. Frank Stiffier and son, of
Everett, Miss Velina Cartwright,
Mrs. Goldie Moses and children and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Urich, of Dud
ley, Miss Nellie Deshong, Charles
Urich and William Davis, of Salu
via, Philip Ritchey and Waiter Funk,
of Mount Union.
Ground Near Tyrone Passen
ger Station May Be Made
Beautiful by Citizens
Red Cross Organization Estab
lishes Place For Comfort
of Men Returning Home
Tyrone, Pa.. Mar. 29.—Agitation is
again on Tor the erection of a suit
able memorial in Tyrone in honor of
| the soldiers and sailors who went
I forth from this town-to the great
j war. Almost Avery memorial known
has been suggested, but probably the
' one that meets with the greatest
j approval is that the unsightly ground
in proximity to the passenger station,
I which is the virtual entrance to the
I town, should be cleaned up and tixed
up as a park, and thereon erected
some suitable memorial.—The Cham
ber of Commerce drive for new mem
bers is now on this week, and a great
| amount of interest is being shown
j in some firmly implanting this ln
| stitution in Tyrone. It has done a
! good work in the last six years.—
i The local Ked Cross organization has
I established at the Tyrone passenger
| station a canteen service, where all
i the soldiers and sailors who may be
delayed at this place will receive
attention. On account of the branch
lines emanating from this place, the
number of these men who are often
compelled to wait for hours at Ty
rone nre many, and already they
have shown appreciation of the work
done by the Red Cross in thus looking
after their comforts while they are
enroute to their homes. —Mrs. Robert
B. Fitch, who is a sister of Mr. D.
Shelley Kloss of this place, is visit
ing her brother. Mrs. Fitch arrived
from Hang Chow, China, where she
is a missionary of the Presbyterian
church. In this work she is asso
ciated with her husband, the Rev.
Fitch, who is a preacher in that de
nomination. At Hang Chow they not
only conduct the mission, but also
conduct a school'where at all times
from fifty to 100 Chinese are seeking
the rudiments of Occidental Educa
tion. The Rev. Fitch will join his
wife here in about a month, and after
spending at least two months on a
vacation, they will return to their
chosen field of work in China. Or.
Carey Bradin, who gave up a large
and lucrative practice of his profes
sion to join the colors has again
established himself in Tyrone. He
was in Fra"ce for several months,
attached to a base hospital, but hav
ing contracted rheumatism, he was
returned to the states and discharged.
—Mrs. Miiton C. Cherry is visiting
relatives at Wilmerding. Penney 1-
vania.—Miss Alede Smith spent sev
eral days with her sister at Carlisle.
—H. A. Wilt of Gary, Indiana, who
has Just returned from abroad after
a year's service, spent the week in
Tower City Physician Hit
by Machine Gun Bullet
Tower City. Pa., March 29.—lieu
tenant Daniel Berney, formerly of
Tower City, but later a practicing
physician at Scranton, has been pro
moted'to a Captaincy. He is now on
duty in a Military Hospital at Grant
ham, England. AVhile serving in
France he was struck in the hip by
a bullet from a machine gun, but
has fully recovered. —Broohside Col
lieries worked live days last week.
Wednesday was the semi-monthly
pay-day.——Misses Elsie Henry and
Beulah Searev spent a week at
Philadelphia.—A cod-fish ball sup
per for the benefit of the Men's
Bible Class of the United Evangelical
Church was held at the home of
William English.—Mr. Charles Eng
lish of Reinertown visited his son
here.—Misses Lily Murray and Nel
lie Butler, student nurses of St.
Joseph's Hospital of Philadelphia,
enjoyed their first visit to their re
spective parents here. They left for
their work in August.—Mrs. J. P.
Ludwig is visiting her daughter, at
Reading.—Dr. J. P. Haag entertain
ed his daughter from Williamsport
on Sunday.—Harry Curtis returned
home with an honorable discharge.
He served some time in France.—
Miss Ruth Powell of Jonestown,
visited her parents on Sunday.—
Miss Fan.nie Moore entertained her
sister, a head nurse in the Manhat
tan Eye and Ear Hospital, at New
York, during the week.—Miss Betty
BarnhaTdt of Llewellyn spent Sun
day with Miss Susan Callen.
Miss-Esther Hassinger Is
Hostess to Big Party
Rluin, PMarch 29.—Guests at a
party held at the home of Miss Esther
Hassinger this week were: The Misses
Romaine Kessler, Sallie Wentz, Caro
lyn Anerill, Evelyn Wentz, Zella Book,
Alice Reeder, Miriam Wilt, Delia Gut
shall. Madaline Martin, Dora Robinson,
Minnie Gutshall, Marie Hartman, Hazel,
Helen and Alice Gutshall. Ruth Me-
Connell, Olive Smith, Jane Anderson,
Mary and Moe Henry, Messrs. Lester
Hench, Jacob, Frank and Lawrence
Wentz, Dewey Kunkle, Robert Gutshall,
Lee and Paul Anderson, Clarence Henry,
I Lau Snyder, Robert Loy, Roy Johnson,
i Lee McConnell, Paul Smith. Robert
Gray, Charles Robinson, Neff Stokes.
Trostle Johnson, Sylvester and Floyd
Shuman, Frank Watts, Harvey, Eu
gene and Arthur Gutshall, Harry Shu
maker, Clark Robinson. Oscar Moyer,
William and Leo Rice, Ralph Wilt, Nor
man Eprrest, and Lester Gibbons. Ben
Bower, Leroy Punkleberger, Charles and
Clark Smith, Raymond Grlng, Frank
Shumaker, Roy Swartz, Dewey Wilson,
David Hockenberry, David Saltsburg,
William Miller, Russell Kessler, Roy
and Norman Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.
James Johnson. David Hassinger and
family.—The Rev. E. E. Gilbert, of Mt.
Pleasant Mills. Snyder county, will
preach on Sunday at 10.30 in St. Paul's
Lutheran Church in Madison township
and in the Blain Zion's Lutheran Church
at 2.30. —Miss Viola Weibley, of Wash
ington, D. C., is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. W. I. Stokes.—Dr. C. M. Hench,
of Waynesburg, visited his father, O. L.
Hench, who is ill.—The Gypsy Girls'
Quartet gave the fourth number of the
lyceum course in the town hall on Sat
urday evening before a orowded house.
—Dewey Weaver, of Pittsburgh, paid
a visit to his aunt. Mrs. Lizzie Wentzel.
—Mr. and Mrs. James Pryor and daugh
ter, Ruth Pryor, of Cleveland, Ohio,
are visitors of the former's mother, Mrs.
Margaret J. Pryor.—Mrs. A. F. Bucher,
of New York, is visiting her mother.
Mrs. Caroline Kistler.—Born, to Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Shambauhg, a son, Clor
ence Emory. Mrs. Shambaugh was for
merly Miss Lottie Smith.—Mrs. Jennie
Gutshall. of Lemovne. is visiting friends
Dauphin Soldier Returns 1
to Country on Manchuria
SHj ' . . .
Dauphin, Pa., March 29.—Another
Dauphin home has been made
liappy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wcl
ker received word on Wednesday
that their son, Sergeant Roy R. Wei-1
ker, of the Three ' Hundred and j
Fourth Treilch Mortar Battery of j
the Seventy-ninth Division, arrived
Jin New York on the Manchuria on;
'Tuesday. He will he sent to Camp;
f Merritt to be mustered out. Ser ;
geant Welker is a brother of Dion'
C. Welker, who is still in France. ;
Many Visitors Spending
Pleasant Days at Dauphin
Dauphin, Pa.. March 29.—Captain i
N. W. Speece, who has just returned j
from overseas, and Mrs. Speece are the \
guest of Captain Speeee's sister, Mrs. j
D. W. Seller.—Mrs. Marian Beckel and j
daughter. Miss Ora, have returned from
Philadelphia, where they apeip. the win- j
ter.—Mrs. G. M. Ivreiber and grand- ;
daughter. Helen Hennlnger, were week- j
end guests of Hr. and Mrs. Charles I
Bowman at Renova.—J. Lewis Heck and
daughter. Miss Emma, have returned I
from New Brunswick, N. ,T„ where they i
spent the winter with Prbf. and Mrs.
Robert Heck and have opened their i
home at Heckbon.—Major Nicolas H.
Heck, of he Navy, has been discharged
! and is spending a few days with his |
| father. .1. Lewis Heck. Major Heck is j
I now with the Coast Defense Survey.— |
i Mrs. Mary Manly, of Lueknow, was the j
! guest of her niece, Mrs. Freeman C I
j Gesberich.—Mrs. Charles A. Shaffer re
• turned home from Philadelphia, after a j
: week's visit with her daughter, Ruth. ;
| who is at the Pennsylvania Hospital.— :
' Mr. and Mrs. Jack McKisslck and i
! daughter, of Spring City, spent the .
' weekend with Mr. and Mrs. LeUoy Mc- j
Kissick.—The Rev. W. H. Zweizig and j
family have moved into the residence of
I Mrs. Bertha Hawthorne on North Erie
! street.—Mrs. Smith Chauncey. of Alex-
I andria, Va„ who was the guest of her
! aunt. Mrs. William B. Gross, has re
! turned home.—Miss Emma Kenny, of
I Harrisburg, was the weekend guest of
I Missf Ethel Hiram Lyter i
| spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. |
| Howard Speece at Speeceville. Miss j
I Jennie Seip spent the weekend at Ly
kens.—Miss Sabra Clark, of Goucher j
College, Baltimore. Md., is spending the [
spring vacation with her parents. Dr. J
and Mrs. W. P. Clark. —Mr. and Mrs i
O. H. Crimntel, who were guests of j
their daughter, Mrs. George Taylor, j
have returned to their home at Mexico, j
—Mifis Anna Garman, who was the ;
guest of her cousin. Mrs B. F. Thomp- j
son. has returned to her home at Harris
burg.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Welker |
and son, Paul, spent Wednesday with •
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Speece at Speece- j
ville,—George R. Talley, of Rahway, X. j
J., was the guest of his sister. Mrs. W. |
G. Garverick. on Tuesday.—The union |
prayer meeting of the Methodist and j
Presbyterian Church will be held at the !
Presbyterian manse on Wednesday eve- j
$1,600 Contributed on
New Era Victory Day
Mjfllintown, Pa., March 29.—Vic
tory Day of the New Era movement
lin the Westminster Presbyterian
church realized $1,600. —M. P. Craw
ford, income tax collector, who has
been collector for Juniata, Mifflin and
Snyder counties, for the past month,
has returned to his former post at
Johnstown. Mrs. Parker McMecn
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Percivil
Hill, at Halifax. —Charles Patterson,
connected with the Red Cross at
Washington, spent the week end with
his brothers. J. Frank and Thomas
Patterson. —John S. Graybill, Jr., of
Lancaster, spent Sunday with rela
tives in town. —Mrs. R. L. Auker
and son, Samuel, and daughter,
Katharine, spent the week end with
their son and brother, Arlon Auker,
a student pt Dickinson Colege, .Car
lisle. —Miss Helen Keller, a student
at Irving College, Mechanicsburg, is
home on account of typhoid fever at
the college.—Mrs. F. M. M. Pennell
and Misses Mary Hoopes and Martha
S'autterback left Wednesday to at
tend the annual missionary conven
tion of the Huntingdon Presbytery,
Clearfield.— Howe, of Wash
ington, spent Sunday with his sister,
Mrs. M. P. Crawford and brother.
Herman Howe.—Major David M.
Crawford after spending several
days with his parents. Dr. and Mrs.
D. M. Crawford, returned to West
Point, where he is an instructor. —-
Mrs. A. C. Okeson and Mrs. Harry
Slick, of Johnstown, and Mrs. John
Bastress, of Tyrone, returned to
their homes on Sunday.
Flint, Mich., March 29.—Mrs. Eliza
beth McGraw and Mrs. Agnes McCan
ley, who lay claim to the distinction
fo being the oldest twins in the
United States, celebrated their eighty
eighth birthday anniversary this
HnrriNville. W. Va., March 29.—Af
ter hiccoughing for more than a week
K. S. Smith, prominent citizen of
Ritchie county, died at his home
here of exhaustion. Physicians vwere
unable to give him any relief.
Open All Year. Enter Any Time.
Individual Promotion.
Bell 125 (Opp. Senate) Dial 401 C
MARCH 29, 1919.
Halifax School Board Makes
Substantial Raise in Salaries
of the Grade Teachers
Pay Tribute to Fernando Lau
dermilch When lie Becomes
Steward at County Home
Halifax, Pa., March 29.—Halifax
| School Board has granted an increase
i in salary of $5 per month to each of the
J grade teachers. —Charles C. Westfall
was home from Marysville on Tuesday,
I visiting his mother, Mrs. G. W. West
| fall.—Mrs. Raymond Enders gave a
| farewell party at her home in Fourth
' street in honor of Mrs. F. Daudermilch,
j who will shortly leave town. Those
; present were: Raymond Enders and
family : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lutz and
' daughter, Vivian; Miss Clara Grim,
Mr. and Mrs. George Schriver. Miss
1 Verna Helt. John C. Miller and Miss
Ileulah Miller. —Mr. and Mrs. D. Frank
! Fisher, of Indianapolis. Ind. : paid a
i flying visit to his mother, Mrs. Lizzie
! MeClellan, and his aunt. Miss Dollie
| Elsenhower, in Fisherville, before enter
ing upon his new duties as a govern-
Iment chemist. —Fernando Loudcrmiloh
I disposed of all his household goods at
| public sale on Saturday. He and his
j family will leave town soon for Har
- risburg. where he will assume the po
sition of steward at the county alms-
I house. —Mr. and Mra. Samuel Bower,
of CeClellan, spent Sunday with Mrs.
■ ltower's sister. Mrs. Harris Dunkel, in
[ south Fifth street.—Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
I sepli Pillman spent Sunday at Steelton
' visiting at the home of Mrs. Dillman s
sister, Mra. John Hilbert.—Mr. and Mrs.
i .lohn Reisch, of Williamsport, is spend
' iag some time at the home of his motli
■ r. Mrs. Peter Reisch. —While cranking
j his automobile on Monday evening. Ray
mond Lentz had his right arm broken
iat the wrist when the engine backfired.
I--James M. Lubold and Miss Elsie Mil
: I r. of Jackson township, were married
i mi Monday evening at their newly fur
i nislied homo on the farm Mr. Lubold re
eently purchased near town. The eere
i inony was performed by the Rev. H. 11.
l'ertig, pastor of the Jacksonville Lnlt-
I ed Brethren Church. —Miss Gladys Kop
penlieffer and Harry ltutter spent Sun
j day at Sunbury, visiting at the home of
I her brother, Clorenee Koppenheffer and
j family.—Mr. and Mrs. George Crine left
' Monday for Chicago. 111., where they
will make their future home. —Miss
Anna Biever was home from Palmyra,
I this week visiting lier mother in North
Front street—The local United Breth
j ten congregation was favored on Sun-
I day with the presence of a former pas-
I ior the Rev. William Beach, of Royal
ton who served the congregation nine
it, en years ago.—Mrs. Harvey Boyer, of
! Middletown. visited her parents, Mr. and
I Mrs. John H. Lentz on Sunday.—Luther
' l.oudermtlch, of Steelton, was home over
Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Loudermilch.
Street Commissioner Heffner
Celebrates 82nd Birthday
Mcclionicsburg, Pa., March 29.
John lleffner. street commissioner,
celebrated his eighty-second birth
day on Wednesday. George E.
Lloyd was in Philadelphia this week
called there by the illness of his
nephew, William Lloyd, son of Mrs.
W. B. Lloyd. West Main street. —
Miss Eleanor Parker and Margaret
Davis, of South Market street, were
Carlisle visitors on Wednesday.
Miss Manetta Kilmore, of Hershey,
was the guest of her father, Dr. J.
A. Kilmore, West Main street, and of
Carlisle friends, this week. Mr.
and Mrs. Winfield Cobean, of Har
risburg, were visitors at the home
of Mrs. Carrie S. Williamson. South
Market street. —Mrs. Morris L. Pass,
of East Portland street, spent Mon
day at Carlisle. —Mrs. J. Ellis Bell,
who underwent an operation at the
llarrisburg Hospital, is recovering
to such an extent that she expects
lo return to her home in South Mar
ket street, to-day.—For the benefit
of the Meehanicsburg High School
Athletic Association a fine musical
entertainment was given yesterday
afternoon and evening in Franklin
| Hall, and well attended. —Not only
the Methodist Episcopal Church, but
townspeople generally welcome the
return of the Rev. J. Ellis Bell to
this place by the Central Pennsyl
vania Conference. A faithful and
successful pastor, the Rev. Mr. Bell,
has a wide circle of friends as well
as his family. During his pastorate,
the church has developed spiritually
and financially.—lnteresting servi
ces will be held to-morrow In the
First United Brethren Church, when
the spring rally will be held and
ttie Rev. Dr. G. D. Gossard will be
the speaker.—John Clendenian of
Lynn, Mass., is visiting at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Clendenin, West Main street.—Mrs.
Scott Green and daughter Angeline,
of Clarksboro, N. J„ who are visit
ing the former's mother, Mrs. Harry
Singiser, East Main street, spent
Wednesday at Shippensburg.—Mrs.
Annie E. Herr, of East Marble
street, was in Carlisle this week,
called there by the sudden death of
her sister. Mrs. Joseph Ruhl. —Mrs.
J. K. B. Brandt, who has been con
fined to her home in South Market
street by illness, is able to be around
again.—Miss Rosalie M. Diehl, of
West Main street, was a llarrisburg
visitor on Tuesday.
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Modern Woodmen Initiate
Class of 84 Into Camp
Millersbnrg, Pa., if arch 29.—Mr.
and Mrs. John Early were at Phila
delphia several days ago and eaw
the landing from a United States
transport of Mrs. Early's brother.
Sergeant Walter E. Loomis. Ser
geant Loomis is now located at
Camp Merritt, N. J..—Major S. S.
Bowman, of the Judge Advocate
General's Department of the army,
was back to his old home on a
furlough this week. The major has
been located in Louisiana but here
after ho will be stationed at Wash
ington. Millersburg Camp No.
6770, Modern Woodmen of America*
initiated a class of eighty-four into
the camp Friday night.—The Oak
Hill Cemetery Association appoint
ed Andrew J. Heinbaugli sexton of
the cemetery at a recent meeting,
taking the place of N. H. Klinger,
who resigned.—Miss Maggie Nov
inger is at her home after spend
ing the winter at Philadelphia.—H.
H. Case and Denton Strohecker are
home from Florida where they were
employed during the winter. Jacob
O. Shrciller also employed in that
State, will return soon.—D. E.
Klingman, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Klingman. was discharged from
the United States marine service
and now at his homo in this place.
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