Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, December 11, 1919, Page 8, Image 8

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Dr. Raiguel in Third
Lecture of Series Today
Dr. George Earle Raiguel gave the
third in a series of Current Event
lectures this morning at 11.30 o'clock
in the Civic Club house, before a ca
pacity audience. These lectures,
which have created much favorable
criticism, are given under the direc
tion of the College Club.
A few course tickets remain un
sold and may be obtained at a re
duced rate. Single lecture tickets
are also sold.
Mrs. Harry Ilollinger. who has
been visiting her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. John S. Arnold, of 1509 Mar
ket street, returned to her home in
Nashville ,Tenn.. accompanied by
Mr. Hollinger of Greencastle, her
husband's father, who will spe"d a
month at their southern home. >
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Special prices on prescrip- j
tlou lenses nnd Inrgc shell
Kling & Heverling,
Eye Specialists
302 Market St. j
(Over Clyster Jewelry Store)
Hours —i) A. M. to 5.30 P. M.
7 P. M. to S P. M.
We Will Cash Your
--just the Gifts you've
been looking for!
Cleaners Make this an Electrical Christ-
Irons mas and give gifts that will bring
Toasters cheer and comfort throughout not
Waffle Irons only the holiday season, but the
Anything weeks and months following.
Dauphin Electrical Supplies Co.
436 Market Street
"Buy From the Makers of Fashionable Furs"
The Ideal Gift
This year give "Her" something that she can
put to practical use; something to be of com
fort to her; something that she can cherish
for years and years.
A Fur Coat of soft textured Hudson Seal,
Electric Seal, Beaver. Nutria, Australian
Opossum or Skunk is the gift to gladden the
heart of her.
The fact that we are makers of Fashionable
Furs is but one of the reasons why you can
buy better at Goodman's, for here, any altera
tions will be made properly and quickly.
Or, if it's Scarfs, 'Neck Pieces, Muffs or
Coatees, you can "Buy Best From the Makers
of Fashionable Furs."
And being makers, you are required to pay no
middleman's profit. Prices are always lower in
buying from the Maker.
Wo also maintain a Repair Department,
where your old fur pieces may be re-made Into
new shapes at low cost.
£"2 od3jrhan'
Coats PURS Scarfs w
D. S. Society in Meeting
at Home of Miss Marks
An important meeting of the D.
S. Society was held at the home of
Miss Ruth Marks, of the Commer
cial apartments, Third and Verbeke
streets. Plans for the big D. S.
dance to be given January 23 were
discussed. After the business ses
sion, refreshments were served by
the hostess and her mother. The
society will meet next week at the
home of Miss Cordelia Morgan, 1608
Berryhtll street.
The club members are the Misses
Winifred Tripner, Eva Irving, Syl
via Gingrich, Mary Bevard, Beatrice
Bogar, Helen Notestine, Anna Por
ter, Mildred Rowe, Adele Smyser,
Margaret Schwab, Mildred Kreider,
Dora Billett, Margaret Spencer,
Mary Rodney, Cordelia Morgan,
Frances Caton and Ruth Marks.
To Hold New Year's Mask
in Hanshaw's Hall, Dec. 31
The H. P. B. Club will entertain
at a private New Year's mask on
December 31, from 8.30 to 12.30
o'clock, in Hanshaw's Hall, when
they will dance the old year out and
the new year in. There will be prizes
for the best costume and the most I
comical one. Refreshments will be j
The committee comprises Millard I
L. Hess, Ross R. Potts, Robert Buck, 1
Jr., Addison Hambright and Wil-1
liam Foulk.
I and for every occasion where
the freshest flowers and
most pleasing arrangement Is
a consideration.
Event of Interest in Musical
World Tomorrow Night
at 1 Church
Among the many interesting fea
tures of the reopening week at Grace
Methodist Episcopal Church, State
near Third street, will be the con
cert to-morrow evening by the new
vested choir under the leadership
of Bernard R. Mausert, organist and
choirmaster of the church.
This choir, although recently or
ganized, has already done excellent
work, winning much favorable com
ment at the dedication services last
Sunday. The event to-morrow eve
ning will be its first formal appear
ance In concert and a rare treat is
undoubtedly in store for the music
lovers of the city- In addition to the
i large chorus there is a quartet com-
I prising Mrs. Arthur H. Hull, so-
I prano; Mrs. Robert Reeves, contral
; to; W. Ray Chapman, tenor, and
j William Boyer, baritone,
j A novel feature of the concert
| will be several numbers for piano
and organ played by Mr. Mausert,
I assisted by two of his pupils, Miss
Jeanette Hoffman, of New Cumber
land, and Barton Botts. There will
be no admission charged and no
tickets Issued. Everyone interested
has been invited to attend:
The program will be as follows:
Processional, Church Hymnal, No.
35; (a) Prelude, (b) "Medltation-
Elegie," Borowskl, organ; anthem,
'Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord,"
Garrett, chorus, by request; "Last
Hope," piano and organ, Gottschalk,
Arr. B. R. Mausert, Miss Jeanette
Hoffman, at the piano; solo, "The
Prodigal Son," Parker, W. Ray
prnan: ( a ) Grand Choeur, Op.
(b) "In Summer,"
Stebbins, organ; anthem, "O Little
Mother of Mine," Nevin, chorus;
solo, "Dost Thou Know That Sweet
"h al ?, d '" Thomas, Miss Arthur H.
Hull; Fantasie for organ and piano,
Demarest, Barton Botts, at the
piano; anthem, "Rest Ye In Peace,
Ye Flanders Dead," Nevln, chorus; ]
Recessional, Church Hymnal. No.
610; Postlude, Op. 68, Dr. Volck
Banquet To-night
Another event of importance will
bo the banquet at 6 o'clock this eve
n, , rV nder tbe direction of the So
cial Lnion of the Church, when the
remodeled social room and new do
mestic science kitchen win be used
l°,T v the , flrst tlme - This modern
kitchen is complete in every detail
with warming tables and every con
venience that goes towards aiding
in successfully serving a large group
of people.
William S. Snyder, a trustee of the
church and a prominent local attor
ney, will act as toastniaster and will
call upon a number of well-known
Methodist laymen for addresses, in
cluding E. Z. Wallower, J. Harvey
Patton, Edwin S. Herman, Arthur
rni. on a "d J- Horace McFarland.
The Rev Dr. Robert Bagnell will
also speak and a prominent Metho
dist layman.
2 rlsbin ' wbo came here from
Wilkes-Barre within the last few
weeks, will respond to the toast.
First Impressions of Harrisburg."
?£ r f bi " , ls division manager of
the Bell Telephone Company, suc
ceeding George S. Reinoehl. '
About two hundred reservations
have been made for the event.
Meade Union to Give
Christmas Cantata
ChHytma" a wMf n K tUlp , d " BiU Bender's
toriifm ?.f' dTI M i£?. the audi
lonum of the Edi.son Junior Hiirh
Tu sday, December 30, at 8
®*- lock under the direction of tho
W C. T. U. The proceeds win
uplift work. t0 mperance or social:
The best talent obtainable will be'
e .hA nn< ? un< i?, m f nt of the members;
\ vvill be made later. Mrs. I
Anthony Merkle, assisted by several i
members of the Union, will direct the
aetata which Is brlmfull ofhumor I
with here and there a touch of pathos, i
nA aS .y'tten by the well-known I
song writer, J. Austin Miles, and is l
especially appropriate for the Christ- I
maa season.
Tech Social Dance Club
Meets at Aldinger Home
The Social Dance Club of Tech
nical High School held a weekly
business meeting at the home of
Bernard Aldinger, Twenty-first and
Bellevue Road, when a New Year's
dance was planned. An interesting
musical program was given with
Reed Shuey giving several piano
numbers and Bernard Aldinger
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Aldinger, Mr. and Mrs. T. Reed
Shuey, Bernard Aldinger, Calvin
I 4 rank, Milo Motter, Robert Lutz
Edward Craig, John Huston, Fred
Morgan, Edward Fair. Paul Shank
Rus Snyder, Ross McCord.
Douglas E. Dismukes, Jr., will en
tertain a group of Harrisburg Acad
emy boys at a Christmas week house
party at the Naval Training School,
Newport. R. I. The party will include
Robert Smith, Ted Faxon. Charles
Fox, Jack Jessup and Bailey Brandt.
At informal dance was held last eve
ning at the University Club rooms
when about 25 of the members and
their guests enjoyed one of the most
attractive little events given by the
club this season.
LAn announcement under the heading
must be accompanied, bp name to assure
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dennis, 132
Locust street, announce the birth of
a daughter, Dorothy Jane Dennis
Monday, December 8, 1919, at the
Keystone Hospital. Mrs. Dennis was
formerly Miss Mary Fissil, of Car
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Hoover, of
Penbrook, announce the birth of a
son, Bruce Arthur Hoover, Thurs
day, December 4. 1919. Mrs. Hoover
was formerly Miss Bessie Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Ertter. 2013
Wallace Street, announce the birth
of a son. Henry Felix Ertter, Jr., on
Wednesday, December 10. 1919. at the
Harrisburg Hospital. Mrs. Ertter was
formerly Miss May Hartzell, of this
Dr. C. J. B. Flowers will resume
practice on the 15th of December
with temporary offices in the Esther
ton Apartments, Riverside Drive. —
Vaudeville at Bazar
Now Open in St. Paul's
The vaudeville program, a special
feature of the evenings at the bazar
now going on, in St. Paul's gymna
sium, Second and Emerald streets, is
hi charge of Mrs. Sanford D. Coe, as
sisted by Mrs. Florence Acklcy Ley
and Miss Naomi Ackley.
Miss Pauline Long will sing and
the Boy Scouts and choir will take an
active part in the program. Miss
! Marion Strouse will also appear in a
j number entitled "Songs," while Mrs.
i Kathryn Seward and Miss Margaret
j Farmer, both Moorehead employes,
j will give a vaudeville stunt, "The
Darktown Gossips."
I Saturday evening there will be a
supper supervised by Mrs. A. H. Arm
strong. Mr. and Mrs. William D.
Bottgenbaeh are general chairmen of
tlie entire bazar.
The opening this morning was most
attractive with a wide variety of ar
ticles for holiday gifts—fancy work,
aprons, toys. Good things to eat, in
cluding candy, cake, ice cream, pies,
breads, groceries, delicatessen beside
a grab bag with gifts for every one,
and a booth with articles that men
prefer in their Christmas stockings.
Keagle-Stark Wedding
Just Announced Today
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stark, of 2012
Manada street, announce the mar-
I riage of their daughter, Miss Ger
trude Stark, to Raymond Keagle, of
Woodbine street. The ceremony
was performed by the Rev. Edwin
A. Pyles, pastor of the Fifth Street
Methodist Church. Tuesday evening,
December 2, in the presence of the
Immediate families.
1 The bride wore a street suit of
dark blue cloth with hat to match.
They will make their home with the |
bride's parents for the present. Mrs. '
Keagle has been for some time em- 1
ployed in the hosiery department of i
the Kaufman stores, and Mr. Keagle I
is connected with the Overland Au- i
tomobile Co.
R. Q. M. Club Plants Holiday
Dance at Hanshaw's Hall
Plans for a holiday dance to be giv- !
rP il y " le Club at Hanshaw's I
Hall, Monday evening, December 29. ;
were made at a business meeting of ;
the club held at the home of Miss j
Ruth Arment, 1520>£ North Fourth I
The committee for the event com- j
prises Miss Kitty Spangler, Miss Mar
guerite Yoder, Miss Kathryn Huzen,
and Miss Ruth Arment.
Medical authorities now state that
fresh roasted peanuts are beneficial
to health. You can get the real i
Jumbo kind of peanuts for 25c per I
pound at the Imperial Tea Co., 205
Chestnut street.—Adv.
We have Just displayed a large
number of new pictures, all Amerl- '
can as there are no new pictures !
com.ng from abroad. The largest I
assortment in the city and our many j
years of experience and thorough !
knowledge of pictures are a guaran- j
tee of satisfaction not equalled any |
place in the city. Our framing de- I
partment is fully stocked and the
work is unequalled in Central Pa. !
We will guarantee to finish all or
ders up to Christmas. If you have i
never had a picture framed here try
just on-e and we will accept your •
Discount for Cash, or Easy Monthly
The copper Apex will last a lifetime and
' s l*®-®® ' eBS than anry other copper
■ Telephone fell 4.154 nt Once for Detail. or
Deft Devices Co., Inc.
28 South Fourth Street
p Open Monday mid Siiturilay EveniiiKx
D At Mulberry Street lirhlKC Approach
Sporting Goods
j Make Ideal Gifts
Our Toy Store Offers Toys
Books and Games of the
| Geo. W. Bogar
Open Evenings—Dec. 22, 23 and 24
I Handkerchiefs 25c up I Union Suits SI.OO up I
■ Silk Hose SI.OO up Wool Suits $3.00 up I
n Kid Gloves $2.00 up I Siik and Wool SI.OO up ■
!■ Silk Gloves 75c up | Bloomers SI.OO up
■ Ch&moisettes SI.OO up Brassieres 75c up B
B Silk Camisoles $1.05 up Corsets $1.25 up I
Silk Vests $2.75 up Nisht Gowns $1.50 up I
B Silk Bloomers $3.50 up Chemise $1.50 up ■
■ Silk Pettlbockers $8.50 Kimonos $2.50 up I
■ Silk Skirts $2.75 up Oulins Flannel Gowns,
■ Silk Gowns $5.05 up $2.00, $2.25, $2.50 ■
I Wolfe Corset & Lingerie Shop I
Several Hundred Dance to In
spiring Music of Miss
Burd's Orchestra
One of the largest balls of the
kind ever held in Winterdale was
that of Calder Tost, No. 31, Veter
ans of Foreign Wars, last evening.
Over four hundred couples attended,
most of them enjoying dancing to
the music of Miss Burd's orchestra.
The program was varied and the
nondancers had a delightful time in
chat, and meeting old and new ac
quaintances. The proceeds will go
toward the new clubhouse.
Another of these dances will be
held next month, in the same place,
and with the same orchestra. The
date will be announced aler.
The executive committee includ
ed: H. D. Myers, chairman; Charles
F. Raffensberger, Jacob Wolfe, Cap
tain James T. Long. Charles H. Burg
and Jonas K. Iteist.
The Misses Elizabeth and Dorothy
Hurlock have issued Invitations for a
dance to be held at the Civic Club
House, New Year's Eve.
The wise shopper buys her Holi
day Nuts now, when selections are
best. Our stocks are all guaranteed
fresh and of the 1919 crop. Real
Jumbo Peanuts, roasted fresh daily,
at 25c per lb. IMPERIAL TEA CO., ,
205 Chestnut St.
H. Oscar Ulrich
Pliila. Eyesight
$1.50 Glasses
Dec. 12 &J3
The above offer includes a
guaranteed 1-10 12K gold-filled
frame, first quality clear-sight
lenses, elegant case. Including
our scientific eye examination, |
all for
$1.50 Complete
Special ground lenses and shell
goods at special low prices. If
you need glasses or are In doubt
about your eyes, call this visit.
Expert work, modern methods,
at low prices.
Careful attention to children's
eyes. Broken lenses promptly
H. Oscar Ulrich
827 Perry Building,
Philadelphia, Pa.
DECEMBER 11, 1919.
recommend 7 usual Petti-
\ top and Satin
Xmas Seals WALNUT NEAR SECOND flounce ' $7 - 95
• Special Holiday Offerings For
Economical Shoppers
100 Tailored Blouses in white
voile, colored collars and cuffs,
all sizes, $2.50 values $1.59
Hand Made Blouses of fine
Batiste and Voile, with touches
of real filet or plain,
$4.95, $6.95, $7.50, $12.75
Our stock of 250 Gowns and Dresses includes Velvet, Satin,
Georgette, Wool Jersey, Serge, Tricotine, Tricolette and combina
tions of Georgette and Crepe Meteor.
100 of our regular stock Dresses have been materially reduced
for quick selling. Satjns. $15.75 to $25.00. Small size Serge
Dresses, special at $25.00. A number of afternoon gowns reduced
one-fourth to one-third.
Evening Gowns of wonderful silks, airy tulle and fine nets.
Black and colors $42.50 to $75.00
$89.50 Silvertip Bolivia Coats,
in small sizes—large dyed Opos
sum collar and fancy linings.
Special $60.00
Every Suit in the House
33 x / 3%
less than regular and reduced prices actual saving from 33 1-3
to 50% hand tailored models in large sizes a few fur trim
med suits all good adaptable styles,
$28.75 to $155.00
Less 33%%
Now $19.25 to $102.50
t f The Worlds best *|
are here for you to select I
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50 Georgette Blouses in Flesh
and White, beaded or plain, $7.95
values $5.95
New Silk Crepe de Chine
Blouse, with frill, in Flesh and
White. Special $5.50
$85.00 Illuminated Velour, Sil
vertone and "Tip Bolivia Coats,
with fancy silk linings and large
natural raccoon collar. Special,