Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, July 09, 1919, Page 2, Image 2

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Social Affairs Scheduled at
Mt. Gretna While Soldiers
Undergo Training
Mount Gretna, Pa., July 9. On
Friday and Saturday evenings o<f
this week dances will be held at
Chautauqua Inn. These dances are
well attended by the young people,
many motoring from Harrisburg.
During the week of the State Guard
Elncampment, July 11 to 19, a series
of four dances will be given.
Next Sunday evening at 7 o'clock,
a twilight service will be held at the
Conewago Hotel. William Ecken
rode. a well-known tenor, of York,
and Mrs. Edgar A. Weirner, of Leb
anon, will sing and tf chaplain from
one of the regiments at Camp Hen
derson, will conduct the services.
Dancing classes for children from
6 to 14, under the supervision of Mrs.
Simeon Greer, will be held in Kauff
man's Hall, Wednesday mornings
from 10 to 11.30.
Mr. and Mrs. Sullings and Miss
Dorothy Benit. of Philadelphia, Ed
ward Moore and Richard Heagy. of
Harrisburg, were guests at Pilgrim
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Fry and Mr.
and Mrs. Burns are at Emburn Hall.,
Miss Isabel Shreiner is the guest
of Miss Dolores Segelbaum.
Mrs. Reuel Sides and children are
the guests of Mrs. Annie Hubley at
Tannenbaum cottage.
Mrs. E. F. Wurster and Luther, 1
Edward and Virginia Wurster, of
1 sot Market street, Harrisburg, are
occupying a cottage on the Chau
tauqua grounds.
Among those registered at the
Hotel Conewago are the following
Harrisburgers: Mr. and Mrs. John
De Gray and sons Julian H. and
Richard J.: Walter Johnston, Miss
Anne Hershey, Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Seel.v and S. B. Nissley. At the
Chautauqua Inn: Miss Beulali Koons.
Miss Fannie Hoy and Miss Alice
Spickler, of Harrisburg.
Dr. G. A. Gorgas is spending sev
eral days with his sisters on the
Chautauqua grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Teats and Miss
Dorothy Teats, of 2106 North Third
street. Harrisburg, motored here for
the Fourth.
J. B. Patrick, of 817 North Sec
ond street, Harrisburg, is here for a
week's vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clement are
at Melrose cottage for the month of
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bowman and
children Walzer and Dorothy, are
the guests of Mrs. Bowman's pa
rents. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Walzer.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hamilton and
Miss Frances Hamilton have opened
the Feese cottage in Otterbein ave
nue for the season.
Miss Marie Melville of Harrisburg,
is guest at the Glenn Oko cottage.
Girl and Soldier Sent
to Western Penitentiary
Lewistown. Pa., July 9.—At a spe
cial session of court here yesterday,
Joseph Hake, recently discharged
from the Army, and Minnie Bargo
were sentenced to a term of not
more than five years nor less than
three years in the Western Peniten
tiary, each to pay their share of the
costs and each to pay a fine of SIOO,
after pleading guilty to the charge
of robbery, the prosecutor- being
John Scholl.
Hake is from Wrightsville and
came into court in a uniform with
two wound stripes upon his arm.
He was wounded and gassed at Ar
gonne Forest and Chateau-Thierry.
He came here two months ago and
met the Bargo woman. Scholl told
how Hake and the woman had as
saulted him in the street and had
taken his money. He met the wo
man and started to take a walk to
Hamilton Terrace with her when
the woman and Hake assaulted and
robbed him. Scholl is in the Har
risburg Hospital for treatment.
Joe Hoke, arrested on the charge
of selling liquor without a license,
was sentenced to a year in the county
jail and SI,OOO fine and costs. Some
time ago he served 4 months on the
same charge.
Maricttu. Pa., July 9.—Word
reached Marietta yesterday an
nouncing the death in Ohio of Ver
non Stauffer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Stauffer, of Marietta. The
young man was born in Marietta,
and was about 37 years old. He was
employed at the Marietta Casting
Company when he lived here, prior
to going west. He was a member
of the Episcopal Church. His wife
and one child survive, and also his
parents, one brother, Arthur, of
Columbia, and three sisters, in Mari
etta, Misses Mollie, Margaret and
Addie Stauffer.
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your present cigarette better
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Spahr,
Aged 83, Put Away Three
Acres in Three Days
WellsVlUe, Pa„ July 9. —Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Spahr, aged 83
years, living near Emigs Mill, har
vested three acres of wheat in the
old-fashioned way. Together they
cradled, raked and bound the three
: acres of wheat unassisted. They be
gan the work the middle of last
I week, concluding it on Friday, July
14. This feat of harvesting an acre
of wheat a day was accomplished
by the remarkable couple during the
j hottest spell of the present summer.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Spahr are as
active' as many persons a score 6r
j more years younger.
New Bloomlield, Pa.. July 9.
The Rev. J. W. AVeeter, pastor of the
New Bloomlield Lutheran church
and assistant principal of the local
schools during the past several years,
has declined to be a candidate for
re-election. He will teach during
the ensuing term at Carson Long 1
Institute here, he has announced.
All other teachers have been re
elected. The Rev. J. Thomas Fox,
pastor of the New Bloomfield Re
formed church, is the principal.
New Bloomfield, Pa„ July 9. At
a meeting of the Center township
school board on Saturday the fol
lowing schools were let for the win
ter term: Mansville, to Edward
Bealor; Markel's, to Miss Olive
Gantt: Center, to Miss Beula Daves:
Laurel Grove, to Miss Anna Bell;
Airy view, to Frank Fugerson;
Comp's, to John Myers; Jerico, to
Miss Elizabeth Roth. Salaries range
from S6O to SBO per month under
the new code.
Suburban Notes
The Rev. R. S. Arndt, of Adams
town was a visitor in town on Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Geotge H. Davis, of
New York City, are spending some
time here the guests of the latter's
parents. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Zim
Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood Bodenhorn,
of Harrisburg, spent the weekend
with relatives here.
Byrl Zimmerman is spending the
week at Allentown.
Mrs. Burrell Kinports and daught
er Olive of New York City, are
guests at the home of John P. Saylor
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Martin left re
cently for their home in Miamisburg,
Ohio, after spending some time with
friends here.
Mrs. Laura Kellar and daughter{
Anna of Rheems, were guests of
friends here for several day*.
Mrs. Elizabeth Henry spent the
weekend at Mount Gretna.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stickler of Phil
adelphia. are guests of the latter's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boltz,
of Maple street.
Miss Edith Lehman spent several
days at Bethlehem.
Mr and Mrs. Anthony YYarta and
daughter Gloria left on Thursday for
an extended automobile trip to New
York City, and other points.
Mrs. W. K. Brunner. of College
avenue, entertained the members of
the ladies' Bible class of the First
Evangelical Lutheran Church, at her
home on Tuesday evening.
Miss Cora Brunner spent Sunday
at Sunset Hall, Wernersville.
Misses Caroline Nissley and Mil
dred Fellenbaum, of Mount Joy. and
Miss Kathrine Enders, of Lafayette,
Ind., were guests of Miss Lucile
Shenk over the weekend.
Miss Sara Fox, of Hummelstown,
spent Saturday evening here.
Dr. G. L. Higgans, of Carbondale,
fis visiting the home of Mrs. George
W. Arnolds, of Route 4.
Cecil Mellott, who recently grad
uated from the Shippensburg State
Normal School, was a visitor here
to-day, Mr. Mellott was on his way
home in Big Cove Tannery.
Mrs. Henry Hoke Spangler is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Calvin N. Gra
breil, at Baltimore, Md.
John Myers and family, of Phila
delphia, are visiting Mr. Myers'
mother, Mrs. Andrew A. Myers.
Mrs. Russell Shaffer and daught
ers have returned to their home here
after visiting relatives at Harrisburg
and Shippensburg.
The Misses Irvines, of Butler, are
visiting their grandmother, Mrs.
Henry F. Irvine, on the avenue.
The Rev. Edward A. G. Herman,
who was recently elected pastor of
the Reformed Church, has arrived
here with his family, and taken
chargn of the parsonage in East
Seminary street. i
Seventy-Five Guests Attend
Reception Tendered Cor- v
poral Chauncey Boyer
Mount Wolf, Pa., July 9.—Sev
enty-live guests assembled at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
Boyer, West Manchester township,
on Sunday, for a reception and din
ner tendered in honor of the for
mer's son. Corporal Chauncey Boy
er, who recently"returned from over
seas. At the close of the dinner
Corporal Boyer was presented by
his father with a SIOO bill, while
his uncle,' Robert Eyster, made him
the gift of a handsome touring au
tomobile. Corporal Boyer was in the
service nineteen months.
Visitors Spend Pleasant
Days at Lewisberry
Lewisbcrry. Pa., July 9. —Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Nortenheim and daugh
ter Caroline, Philadelphia, are guests
of Mrs. Nortenheim's father, W. S.
Hammond. ■
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur H. Laird
and son Wilbur, Steelton, were week
end guests of Mrs. Elizabeth U.
Laird and Mr. and Mrs. Dean R.
Mrs. A. M. Jenkins and daughter
Clara Sylverna Jenkins, Red Lion,
are guests of her sister and brother
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Millard,
also her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
Kirk. The Rev. Mr. Jenkins, who
is a chaplain at Camp Meade, spent
a short furlough with his wife and
daughter here. Chaplain and Mrs.
Jenkins were former school teachers
in the borough.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Rockey, of
town, and Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Rockey, New Cumberland, motored
to New Jersey where they spent the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boy
er, returning home on Sunday.
A son was born last week to Mr.
and Mrs. Neidig. The infant died
when a few days old. Burial was
made in the Paddletown Cemetery,
near Newberrytown.
The Rev. E. E. A. Deavor, a re
tired Methodist minister, of York,
delivered a sermon and gave com
munion in the Methodist; church
on Sunday morning. He was the
guest of the Rev. and Mrs. L. L.
Owens at the parsonage.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bell and chil
dren and Private and Mrs. Ray
mond Stonesifer, Steelton, were
weekend guests -of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Stonesifer.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ottmyer and
daughters, of York, were Saturday
guests of Mrs. Ella M. Sutton.
Miss Rena Frankeberger, an art
teacher of Williamsport, is spend
ing a vacation at the Frankeberger
Mrs. S. W. Purvis, son Roaert and
daughters, Helen and Ruth, of Phil
adelphia, are spending a vacation of
two months at the home of the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Beidel and
daughters. Leona and Grace, motor
ed Sunday to Centerville, where they
visited Mrs. Beidel's father, who is
critically ill at the home of a daugh
Banquet in Honor of
Newport Returned Soldiers
Newport, Pa., July 9.—Thirty-six
persons were in attendance on Mon
day night at a banquet of Nu chap
ter, Phi Epsilon Kappa fraternity,
of Newport, held in Noll's Cafe in
honor of members recently returned
ffom overseas service with Ameri
can forces.
The guests of honor were H. H.
Frank, H. B. Light; George Kell
and Harry Zeiders. A number of
out-of-town guests were in atten
dance. Music for the occasion was
furnished by the Newport Orches
Marietta. Pa., July 9.—Captain
Milnor Rupp, who recently returned
from overseas, having been station
ed in Amsterdam for some time,
visited his family in East Marietta
to-day. He spent more than a year
Columbia, Pa., July 9. J. Wil
iam Pinkerton has been chosen as
the new secretary of the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Y. M. C. A. in Co
lumbia, by the board of managers,
to succeed George C. K. Sample,
who resigned and will go on the
retired list.
Columbia, Pa., July 9.—Captain
Charles J. Shiliott, who served in
the Medical Corps of the American
Army, overseas, has been honorably
discharged from the service and has
purchased a home and will resume
the practice which he relinquished
to enter the service.
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Miss Gertrude Watts Bride
of Terrell Stubblefield
New Cumberland, July 9.—On
Monday evening a wedding took
place at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Watts when their daughter.
Miss Gertrude Watts, was married
to Terrell Stubblefield, of Mayfield,
Kentucky. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. V. T. Rue, pas
tor of Baugliman Memorial Meth
odist Church, In the presence of the
immediate family. The bride was
attired in a hanusome gown of
white Georgette and carried bride
rosea. She was attended by her sis
ter, Mrs. Fred Nagle. of Middle
ton. Mr. Nagle was best man. Mrs.
Stubblefield is a graduate of a busi
ness college at Harrlsburg and was
employed as stenographer at the of
fice of the Harrlsburg Storage Com
pany. Mr. Stubblefield is em
ployed with the Firestone Rubber
Company at Akron, Ohio, where
they will make their home.
Marysville Business to
Close For Union Picnic
Marysville, Pa.. July 9. —Special
cars to-morrow morning will carry
a large crowd of persons to Pax
tang Park, where the annual union
picnic of the Marysville Sunday I
schools will be held. Practically ev
ery business place In the borough
will be closed.
An interesting program of events
has been arranged for the occasion.
A feature of the afternoon will be
a Sunday school league game be
tween the Reformed and Methodist
New Cumberland, Pa., July 9.
Funeral services of Clarence Bow
ers, the young man who was
drowned in the Yellow Breeches
creek on Saturday, were held -from
the Church of God yesterday morn
ing. conducted by the Rev. C. H.
Helges, assisted by the Rev. S. N.
Good, of Penbrook. Several hymns
were sung by members of the choir.
The Sunday school class .of which
the young man was a member, act
ed as pallbearers. Burial was made
at Camp Hill Cemetery.
New Cumberland, Pa., July 9.
New Cumberland band will give
weekly concerts in Market Square at
the expense of the Susquehanna
Woolen Mills. A platform will be
A barn belonging tp Marvin Stone
field, of Shiremanstown, burned to
the ground yesterday afternoon. The
loss, which was around S9OO, was
partially covered by insurance Tools,
farm implements and fodder burn
ed with the barn. The fire is sup
posed to have been started by boys
piayifig with matches.
Scrap of Civilians and
Soldiers at Carlisle Over
Carlisle, Pa., July 9.—Slightly
strained relations between local men
and those stationed at the War De
partment Hospital here were ad
justed when Norman Clevish and
Private Drake, of the hospital,
shook hands at a hearing held over
the trouble which occurred one week
ago, when Clevish was badly cut.
All of those implicated were dis
charged by Justice Eckels and the
'men shook hands amid the cheers
of friends of both who were at the
Hagerstown, Md.. July 9.—Penn
sylvania couples secured marriage
licenses in this city as follows:
Pari Himmelright, Westchester,
and Lilliam Shafer, Harrisburg.
Edward H. Bucher and Lois J.
Harrison, both of Harrisburg.
John M. B. Gressinger, Lemoyne,
and Myrtle M. Mentzer, Harrisburg.
Percy Edward Pasle, Scotland,
and Olive Statler, Williamson.
Harry C. Welland and Mary A.
Felix, both of Sunbury.
_ William_ A. Underwood. Roanoke,
Va„ and Naomi G. Ross, Harrisburg.
Doris C. Jones and Mary A. Pau
ley, both of Lewistown.
Cliambcrsburg, July 9.—On its
way from Washington to San Fran
cisco, the Army tran-continental
motor truck train with Companies
E and F, of the Nine Hundred and
Thirty-third Supply Train, com
manded by Lieutenant Colonel
Charles McClure, spent the night
here, arriving about 5 o'clock and
parking on the Second street show
There are fifty big motor cars and
numerous smaller ones, with over
200 men and officers. Knight of Co
lumbus and "V" cars, ambulances,
Hagerstown, Md., July 9.—The de
mand created by war-time prohibi
tion for sugar being use in iced
tea, lemonade and other homemade
soft drinks is blamed by local mer
chants as being one of the chief
reasons for the near sugar famine
here. Owing to the shortage mer
chants are limiting their customers
to one and two pounds of white
sugar, but brown sugar appears to
be plentiful. The preserving and
canning season also Is creating a
demand for sugar and helping to
make It scarce. Many stores are
without sugar here and In smaller
towns in this section.
Columbia, Pa., July 9.—On Mon
day evening the school board voted
an increase in salaries to all officers
and teachers, the latter being made
to conform with the new law in
creasing salaries. The borough sup
erintendent was given an increase
of $250, making his salary $2,750
The directors will be obliged to i
raise at least $7,000 more in reve
nue. annually, to meet the Increase.
It was decided to reopen the
schools, Tuesday, September 2. I
York Springs, Pa.. July 9.—Mrs
Maggie Leer, of New Chester, died
Sunday afternoon, from tuberculosis
from which she had suffered for
some time. She was 25 years old
and is survived by her husband
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kline'
and several sisters and brothers.
Marietta, Pa., July 9. —This even
ing at 8 o'clock u committee or
f.ieutenant William H. Child Post
No 22(1, Grand Army, will meet
committees of other organizations
Interested In u celebration for the
returned soldiers of the wur and
n jollification over the signing of
the Peace Treaty.
Miss Catharine Becker, of
York, Rides in Stinson
Circus Plane
-A'ork, Pa., July 9.—ln making her
first flight in an airplane, piloted by
Lieutenant George Shaw, of San
son's Flying Circus, Miss Catharine
G. Becker, of York, had a thrilling
experience yesterday morning, when
the pilot found it necessary to make
a forced landing, owing to slight
motor trouble. The plane side
swiped a tree, tore off several of its
branches, crumpling c wing of the
ship, and then collided, nose-end,
with a fence, crashing through the
obstruction. The plane was badly
wrecked. Lieutenant Shaw escaped
practically unhurt, while Miss Beck
er received a badly contused nose
and a cut under the left eye.
Newport, Pa., July 9.—At the re
organization meeting of the Newport
Civic Club, Mrs. J. Emery Fleisher
svas named honorary president.
Other officer's elected were: Mrs.
William Dorwart, president: Mrs.
S. W. Light, first vice-president. Mrs.
Hannah McKee, second vice-presi
dent; Mrs. Delphlne Pennell. secre
tary; Mrs. H. A. Moore, treasurer.
Marietta, Pa., July 9.—Funeral
services of Joseph M Stafford were
held yesterday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, and was attended by people
from Lancaster, Columbia, Harrls
burg and other places. Burial was
made in the Bethel Cemetery, Fair
view street.
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This is extraordinary news for every woman, miss and junior who desires high jj
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Our Semi-Annual Clearance S^le
Will Begin On Friday, July 11 I
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<J This movement is in pursuance of our policy to clear all lines in season so that two
things may be accomplished satisfactorily.
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First, we readjust our stocks to make room for new incoming merchandise. 2
<jj Second, we give our clientele the benefit; of the savings they may derive from these
garments when they are most needed and most desirable.
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§ This advance notice is given so that you will make preparations accordingly and
plan your shopping so you will be able to attend this sale as early as possible on
<| We have gone over our entire stock and have marked down to clearance sale
prices all broken lines of merchandise, irrespective of value, former price, or diffi
culty in duplicating. All the merchandise involved is our own regular stock and is
in every way the high standard which we maintain throughout the year.
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€J None of this merchandise will be reserved or laid aside, none will be sent C. 0. D.
and none will be charged.
fj This ruling is necessary on account of the great reductions and also because we
wish to clear broken lines and will not fill in any of the gaps. |
I There Will Also Be A Clearance Sale Of |
Men's and Young Men's Suits [
Beginning, Friday July 11 '
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