Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, June 26, 1919, Page 6, Image 6

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Miss Payne Weds Rector
of Holy Cross Church
The marriage of Miss Anna Elisa
beth Payne and the Rev. Willough
by Manning Parchment, rector of
Holy Cross Episcopal Church. Cow
den and Forster streets, was solem
nised at high noon, Tuesday, the
/ Right Rev. James Henry Darlington,
assisted by Archdeacon H. D. Phil
lips, officiating. C. B. Robinson and
Dr. James E. H. Oxlcy were attend
ents. The church was decorated
with white lilies, roses, palms and
Rev. and Mrs. Parchment left on
a wedding journey and on their re
turn will be "at home" at Thirteenth
and Herr streets until the completion
of their new apartment at Cowden
and Forster streets.
The bridegroom has been success
ful in working among the colored
Episcopalians here and was rector
at St. Augustine's Church. 13th and
Herr streets. It is the congregation
at that church which has erected
the new edifice, under the direction
of Rev. Parchment, and changed the
name to Holy Cross Church.
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Hershey, Pa.
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Enclosed find payment in
full for my glasses, which I
received O. K. and which give
me splendid benefit. I feel
very grateful to you Mr. Rubin
for the great relief they give
me. as I have had no head
ache since I wear them. I
certainly cannot praise your
work enough.
Thanking you again, I am,
Mrs. Chas. W. Kocher.
54 Derry Road, Hershey, Pa.
We can do the same for
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neither will we use drops.
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Open Weil, nnd Snt. Even.
Established 13 Years
This Is Piano Headquarters
For Everyone
People in all walks of life come here to select their Piano or
For the home that insists on the finest instrument it is possible
to procure, we offer the Chickering, Sohmer, Mehlin, Estev,
Haines Bros., Bush & Lane, and others in Grands, Uprights and
Players. For the home of moderate means that can afford to
invest only a limited sum we offer the Kimball, Merrill, Shon
inger, Marshall & Wendell, Foster, and others.
It matters not how much or how little you want to invest in a
Piano or Player—Come to J. H. Troup's and you'll find the finest
instruments at every price level.
Used instruments taken in exchange by us are rebuilt in our own
shops and sold with our guarantee. Here is a partial list of bargains
for the week-end.
Haines Bros $155 Doll Player $375
Bachman $l7O Foster Player $440
Winters $240 Story & Clark SSOO
J. iJroipMiMcioiiise
Wearers of Old Rose and Sil
ver and Their Friends
Will Enjoy Reunion
One of the largest dances of the
j season will be held to-morrow
evening at Willa Villa when the
| class of 1918 of Central High School
, will have a reunion dance. This is
the first affair of its kind that has
been held by Central High Alumnae
for several years.
Old rose and silver, the class col
ors, and the colors of the dear old
: alma muter, blue and gray, will be
much in evidence in the decorating,
i The class, which took for its motto,
"Deeds, Not Words," will endeavor
to make the evening a big success.
Not only members of the 1918
class will attend, but invitations
have also been sent to members of
former classes and present students
at Central.
The Banjo-Saxo Orchestra will
play for dancing which starts at
8.30 o'clock. Efforts are being made
to secure special cars to leave the
hall at 12.30 o'clock.
Mrs. Warren Prasier. of 711 North
Seventeenth street, is spending a
few days in Philadelphia.
Raymond Adams, of Philadelphia,
is a guest at the home of Mr. and |
Mrs. Jay H. Clark, of 23 South |
Nineteenth street.
Don't Risk
Ruining Your Eyes
Improperly fitted glasses
ruin many eyes. It pays to
get High Grade Glasses.
Our Scientific examina
tions insures you protec
tion. We use no guess
work methods. We know
how to test eyes.
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"Where Glnaiirs Are Made Richf
One of the prettiest of June'
' weddings toqk place at noon to-day;
'in the Maclay Street Church of God, \
j when Miss Ethyl Margaret Dlssinget-1
and Vesper Carson Smith were united |
in marriage by the Rev. Dr. William j
S. Houck in the presence of many]
friends of the couple, under a bower;
of roses and laurel.
Stately palms, garlands and bunch- ,
es of laurel made effective decora- j
tions for the altar, and the wedding,
marches were played by Miss Nora
Grosse, who gave a recital of classics;
prior to the service, and Mies Elsie i
Melntyre sang "O, Promise Me."
The bride wore a charming frock j
of white Georgette crepe, with tulle |
veil crowned with orange blossoms '
and carried a shower bouquet of or- ]
chids and Victory blossoms. Missi
Convalescents From General
Hospital Entertained at
Railroad Y. M. C. A.
Pennsylvania Railroad Women's]
Division for War Work No. 7, en-j
tertained thirty convalescent soldiers;
from the General Hospital, Carlisle, j
at dinner to-day at the Pennsylvania j
Railroad Y. M. C. A. Mr. I'.urns. j
secretary of the Carlisle Y. M. C. A., i
Frank Gregory, the secretary andl
Howard Geisel, physical director of,
the local P. R. R. association were i
among the guests.
Mrs. Andrew Dillinger, chairman
of the department, welcomed the
men in behalf of the organization
whose guests they were and Ruther-I
ford catered for an elaborate dinner, ]
served by Mrs. Gordon Smith, of
Carlisle; Mrs. James W. Miller, of
Rockville; Mrs. William H. Bickley,
Mrs. William H. Fisher, Mrs. W. G.
Sellers, and Mrs. A. H. Landts.
Smokes and chewing gum were
furnished the men and during the
afternoon the entire party were
guests of Manager Hopkins at the
I Ella SchaelTer, as maid of honor,wore
ja costume of canary colored crepe
' with picture hat and carried a sheaf
: of snapdragon. Raymond Adams, of
j New Jersey, was best man.
Following a trip to Baltimore,
i Washington and New York, Mr. and
Mrs. Smith will make their home
'at 534 Maclay street, where they will
j receive their friends after July 15.
The bride, a daughter of James M.
J Dissinger, of Maclay street, is a gift
j od musician of the West End and has
been connected with the revenue
accounting department of the Bell
j Telephone Company. Mr. Smith is
widely known also in musical circles,
■as a member of the old Eighth Regi-j
! ment band. He is a son of Mrs.
| Amanda J. Smith. 1727 North
j Fourth street, and an assistant stock- j
] man at Lucknow.
Interesting Program Prepared
For Tomorrow Evening by
Conservators' of Music
Undergraduates of the Harrisburg
Conservatory of Music will appear
in recital to-morrow evening in
Fahnestock Hall, the following pro
gram beginning at 8.15 o'clock:
Madrigal. "Nights o'Spring," Mc-
Collin. Conservatory chorus: piano,
"Rondo in C," Beethoven, Evelyn
Snyder; violin, "Introduction et
Rondo Capriccioso," Saint-Saens,
Evelyn Keitel: aria for soprano, "O
Lovely Night," from "The Bride of
I Abydos," Barthe, Mrs. Ralph Drei
belbis; trio for violin, violoncello,
piano. "Romance," Goenz, Chester
Malick, Josephine Burkholder,
| Gladys Robinson: violin, "Hejre
I Kati," Hubay, Isabel Hope; piano,
| "Nocturne in F Minor," Chopin,
j Nora Myers: songs for baritone, "In
■ victus.T Hulin; "Banjo Song."
I Homer, Jack Poor; piano. "Concerto
lin G Minor," (First Movement),
'Mendelssohn. Vivian Showers, or-
I chestral part, second piano. Miss
j Decevee; violin, "Berceuse," Hart
man: "In a Bedouin Camp," Lynnel
jßeed; "Schon Rosmarin," Kreisler;
| Serenade," D'Ambrcsia, Noah K'auss;
j songs for soprano. "Spirit Flower,"
| Campbell-Tipton; "Songs My Mother
'Taught Me," Dvorak; "Robin, Rob
j in. Sing to Me," Spross, Mrs. Ralph
| Dreibelbis; piano, "Elfe." Philippe:
j "Meditation," Lang, Mildred Erd
jley: for .four violins, "Spring Song,"
i Schubert; "Lullaby," Lachmund,
Noah Klauss, Evelyn Keitel, Isabel
Hope, Ruth Chase.
Members of Chorus
The members of the chorus are;
Miss Amy Botts, Miss Margaret
Carr, Mrs. Cornelius, Mrs. Harry
Deichert, Miss He'en Piffenbach.
I Mrs. Ralph Dreibelbis, Harry Hall
; man. Miss Ethel Henry, Mrs. Anna
! Hidley. Mrs. Earl Light, Jack Poor,
! Miss Gladys Robinson. Miss Alice
Rollison, Miss Miriam Schaner, Miss
I Ethel Sheaffer. Miss Lila Spencer,
Miss Esther Stence, Mr. Sullivan,
, Mrs. S. Weidenmyer, W. F. S. Yates,
, Miss Kathryn Zeiter.
j The faculty includes: Mrs. Edwin
J. Decevee, directress: piano. Miss
Alice Decevee, Miss Irene Coble;
violin, Mme. Zeline Vonßereghy:
violoncello, Miss Margaret Kennedy;
vocal, harmony, history. Mrs. Edwin
,T. Decevee; theory, Miss Harriet
The Hoffman-Wilhelm
Marriage at Seashore
Miss Tsobel S. Wilhelm, of "Pax
tang House", Paxtang. and Harry
M. Hoffman, of Harrisburg, were
united in marriage at noon to-day
in St. James" Episcopal Church. At
lantic City, N. J.. In the presence of
members of their families, by the
rector of that church, the Rev. Wil
liam W. Blatchford.
About three hundred members of
Market Square Presbyterian Church
and Sunday School picnicked yester
day at Paxtang Park, where games
and stunts under the direction of
Henderson Gilbert and C. W. Miller,
physical director of the Y. M. C. A.,
were enjoyed to the utmost. Mrs.
Herman P. Miller was chairman of l
the picnic committee and under her
supervision a supper was served to
the guests. At the close of the meal
a short prayer and song service was
[An announcement under this headt n„
must be accompanied by name to assure
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Metzler, 515
Hamilton street announce the birth
of a daughter, Virginia Dorothy j
Metzler, on Monday, June 16, 1919.'
Mrs. Metzler was formerly Miss
Elsie Zinn.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Laubenstein,
2208 North Third street, announce
the birth of a son, Lee Alexander
Laubenstein, Jr., on Thursday, June
19, 1919. Prior to her marriage Mrs.
Laubenstein was Miss Ella Swartzell.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Wolfe, 403
South Nineteenth street, announce
the birth of a son, Richard Harding
Wolfe, on Wednesday, June 18,
(Other Social News on Page 8.)-
Early Morning Ceremony For
Miss Esther Mackey and
Truman Loroy Harper
The first June bride of to-day was
Miss Esther Mackey, daughter of
Mrs. Henrietta Mackey, 241 North
Fourteenth street whoso marriage to
Truman Leroy Harper of this city,
took place at 3 o'clock this morning
in the Fourth Street Church of God,
with the Rev. Dr. William N. Yates,
Professor Swnrtz, the church or
ganist, played the "Bridal Chorus"
from Lohengrin and the Mendelssohn
wedding march for the bridal party
and during tho ceremony, Mrs.
Ernest Keys sung softly, "o, Promise
The bride was attired in a dainty
frock of white Georgette crepe
beaded with satin girdle nnd a
large hat of white crepe and lace.
Her bouquet was of bride roses anil
fern tied with white tulle.
Miss Marian Harpier, tho bride
groom's sister, us maid of honor,
wore a pretty frock of palest pink
Georgette with picture hut of white
erepe and carried roses and sweet
peas. Henry Bruce was best man.
A wedding breakfast at the Penn-
Harris was enjoyed before the newly
weds took tho train for Niagara
balls where part of the honeymoon
will be spent prior to a sight seeing
trip to Washington. D. C. Mr. and
Mrs. Harper will make their home
for the present at 241 North 'l4th!
The bride, was graduated with
the Central High School class of 1913
and has been a bookkeeper for the
Bell Telephone Company since that
time. Mr. Harper, a son of Mr.
l [ s ' w - H - Harper. 353 South
t s f? et has recently been dis
charged troni the United States Army.
He was with the old Governors
Troop later the 108 th Field Artil
lery, Keystone Division, in France
fhf ,:e ' Siu V ; and is now a flcrk for
Pennsylvania Railroad at Marys-
Miss Katherine Vanderloo. a
trained nurse in the Providence
Hospital. \\ ashington. D. 0., arrived
to apend il Hhort vacation
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs Peter
Vanderloo, of :!:;o North Second
street. Miss Selrr.a Poetss, of South
Carolina, will be the guest of Miss
Vanderloo during her visit home.
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oSSX'V.'SSf I Walnut Near Second
Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday '
50 Cotton Voile Dresses, all new, all reduced special for this sale.
31 Silk Dresses, variety of styles and colors and material, reduced special for
this sale. Only a few of the items are described below to give you an idea of the
LAVENDER LINEN JACKET SUIT, braided in white, white linen vest tf* 1 A lTf\
size 38; $19.75. Special • ijl t.UI/
OYSTER WHITE LINEN DRESS, one piece, patent leather belt, size <t* 1 A Ef\
40; $19./5. Special %p Ift .&U
SpBV° ILE AND ORGANDY DRESSES, sizes 16 to 38; $16.50 and $17*75. 50
5 LIGHT VOILE DRESSES, sizes 16 to 38; $11.50 and $12.50. $0 50
5 PLAID GINGHAM DRESSES, Russian blouse model, sizes 16 to 38; Ef\
$8.95. Special J)o*Ov/
4 VOILE DRESSES, plaids and figures, sizes 16 to 18; $6.50. $5 00
S GEORGETTE DRESS, exclusive beaded model; size 36; SIOO.
DOVE GRAY TAFFETA EVENING GOWN, 'size' 18 j distinctive mod- (JC7 Cf\
el; $87.50. Special •&{/
PRINTED GEORGETTE DRESS, in gray and blue; size 16; $87.50. S4O 50
NAVY BLUE CREPE DE CHINE, combined with tan georgette, sizes fQ*7 E
18 and 40; $25.00. Special ... ........
GRAY FOULARD, combined with gray georgette, sizes 16 and 38; 1 O *7 C
$2/.ao. Special.... %Pl
A FEW ODD TAFFETA DRESSES, in small sizes; $15.75. sl2 50
Clean Up Sale In Blouses Of Extraordinary Values
Lingerie Blouses in crepes, , u , , . ,
voiles and dimities; $1.95 values. Crepe de Chine and striped I eavy crepe de chine and
Special $1.59 tub silk Blouse, plain or with Georgette Blouse, plain or beads;
frill; $5.00 values $3.95 $7.95 and $6.95 values. Special,
Voile Blouses with rose, blue ——————— 1 $5 95
or green collar and cutis. Special,
— l - Georgette and Wash Satin
~~ l —————. hour Shetland Sweaters; nile,
Lingerie Blouses in dimities, Blouses in flesh, white and ■ . OK
voiles and crepes; $2.95 and $3.50 „ , , , ene , white, green and ma.ze; $7.95
values $2.19 hrench blue; $5.95 values, $4.95 va i ues . Special $1.95
Hundreds of garments in oar regular stocks comprising the season's newest merchandise.
Walnut Near Second
Luncheon at Meyers Home I
Honors Visitor in Town
Miss Winifred Meyers, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William K. Meyers!
entertained Informally nt luncheon i
to-day at her home. 213 North Front j
street in compliment to Miss Eliza-1
beth Miller, of Martinsburg, West |
Va., the house guest ot" Miss Cecelta|
Kunkel. The centerpiece of the table i
was a Victorian nosegay of old-fash
ioned flowers in a quaint basket, j
Tbe guests included Miss Kunkel,
Miss Miller, Miss N'elle Payne. Miss I
Susanna Maguire, Miss Annette I
Bailey. Miss Mary Cooper, Miss Alice |
\ irginia Cooper, Miss Alice. Lescure, -
Miss Lydia Kunkel, Miss Virginia
Hamilton and Miss Mary Meyers. '
Dinner Thursday Keening, June l{
Stouffer's Restaurant
4 ,V Court St., .1 t<> T.:t(l.
CrennM'tl Toimito Soup
Chicken Au Csrntin—Uremic.l Vcnl
t'nlf Heart With Olery Filling
Mount llcef
Ylrmhctl or llotiic Fried I'olutocM
Corn CiiMlnrd—Fried KffK|)lnnt
Ice ('renin, lle or Pudding:
CofTee, Ten r t'ocon
Come On In the Water
Is Fine
, Shower and a Swim In the Pool
Fur llic Summer Months, 50c | j
WOMEN'S I).\Y—Mondays, !
10 A. M. to 0 P. M.
Open All Night For Men
Russ Building
|||j Married
So that he will know what a i •"™
heartbreaking job his wife has lib —
to g Q through o nce
WASHDAYS? Use a Voss rree next Week ANCE.
21 South Second Street
JUNE 26, 1919;
Begins Our Semi-Annual Sale
Stamped Goods
Following our custom of reducing the price of
stamped goods at this season, tomorrow we
place 011 sale a lot of Royal Society and other
well known lines of stamped goods.
The Reductions WiU Average
25 and 50 per cent
The assortment will include:
Children's Dresses Short Kimonos
Children's Hats
Pajamas Night Gowns
Laundry Bags Boudoir Caps
Clothes Pin Aprons
I. Scarfs Combinations
Darning Bags
Embroidery Cottons at Pre-War Prices
These Goods on Sale at Both
The Art & Gift Shop The Woman's Exchange
105 N. Second St. Third St. at Herr