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SOCIAL and PERSONAL
IVIISS LEREW CHAPERONES
YOUNG PEOPLE ON RIDE
Merry Party From This City Enjoy
Trip to the Home of Mr. and Mrs.
Dick, Near Dillsburg—Chicken
and Waffle Supper
Miss Bella Lerew chaperoned a
party of young people from the
Kresge's Five and Ten Cent store, 011
a straw ride to Mountain View farm,
near Dillsburg, where they were enter
tained by Mr. and Mrs. George A.
Dick. The guests spent a pleasant
evening after which a chicken and
waffle supper was served. The partv in
Misses Helen Hartman, Marie
Mowerv, Ruth Hoerner, Bella Lerew.
Uma McCurdy. Ruth Barr, Annie
liarr, Ruth Webster. Alma Gurdrich,
t iaudia Keener, Edna H. Dayholf,
l.thel McCurdy, Lynn Gingrich. Bella
Lerew, Heister Culp. Walter Vost,
Thomas Lerew, Martin Hartman, Ralph
Gingrich, Fred Lerew, Klsworth Spayd,
John Lewis, Jack Musser, Art Mc
( afferty. Parker Haar. George Bacon,
Harry Zentmeyer, Frank Graham.
HELD BANQUET LAST NIGHT
C. V. S. N. S. Alumni Association Ad
dressed by Prof. Shambaugh
I he Dauphin County branch of the
Cumberland Valley State Normal
School Alumni Association last night
held a banquet at 31$ North Second
street. Forty members were present.
The county superintendent of schools.
Prot. F. F. Shambaugh, was the prin
Other speakers were C. K. Detweil
er, of Middletown; .lohn F. Kob. Dr.
F. 7.. Shope and Dr. Ezra Lehman,
principal of the Cumberland Vallev
State normal school. H. J. Wiekey,
superintendent of the Middletow'n
schools, was toastmaster at the ban
A committee was appointed to sub
stitute State inspectors for the State
board of examiners.
The following officers for the com
ing year were elected: President, H. J.
Wiekey: vice president, C. E. Det
weiler; secretary. Miss Martha Mark,
and treasurer, H. H. Hoffman.
MISS ALBHIGHT HOSTESS
She Entertained the Members of the
R D. Club
Miss Cora Albright entertained the
members of the R. D. Clu/b at her home
209 Walnut street, last evening. The
guests enjoyed music and cards, after
which refreshments were served. Those
Misses Miriam Taylor, Jessie tMcIM or
ris, Bertha Miller, Edith Miller. Mrs.
I'rank Bratten, IMTS. Benjamin Loroge
necker, Mrs. Max Lanier and \Mi«s
La vine Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Miller. Mrs. Car
r'e S. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. William
Benner and daughter, Dorothy May,
are spending the week at the home of;
John Miller, in Carlisle. j
Trust a Man
whose surroundings, mode of life, and food and
cirink, have combined to make him treacherous,
indolent and unreliable 1
And food and drink are among the chief causes.
Coffee—one of the commonest beverages—con
tains a drug, caffeine, which affects stomach, liver,
heart and other organs.
Some persons are strong enough to stand the
attacks of the coffee-drug, but to most people it
is a poison, and sooner or later is bound to tell.
II you find coffee is hurting vou, quit it and trv
This healthful food-drink is made of prime
w heat and a bit oi wholesome molasses, carefully
blended and roasted. J t contains the food elements
of the wheat and molasses and nothing else—noth
ing injurious or harmful.
Serve Postum piping hot and it is delicious and
"There's a Reason" for POSTUM
LITERARY SOCIETY MEETS
Demosthenians of Central High School
Are Guests of Miss Eliza
Members ot tlio Demostlienian Lit
erary Society of Central Hi},h school
were guests ol' Miss Kliza'aoth Mc.'or
micii at her home, 3109 North Front
'tvert, last evening. The following
program was given, after which re
freshments were served:
Reading from "-Stoddard ou Ger
many," Miss Margaret Weisfcman;
Story ot the Erlking," George Fo\;
"The Krlking, ' a piano solo. Miss Lil
lian Mi Her- reading from "Innocents
Abroad, tarrol Denney: a German
legend, 'Gudrtin,'' Mabe'i Wright; cur
rent events, Kaymond Meek: reading
from ••Ciiilde Harold," Miss Pauline
Hnek; piano solo, Miss (Catherine
Those present included Misses Helen
(icrdcs, Lillian Miller, Martha Miller,
Katherine Fahnestock, Lauheriue (lib,
Marion Marts, Mabel Wright, Helen
Broomall. Naomi BeVard, Carolina 1
ton, 'Pauline Wauck, Ileleu Wallis, Dor
ofhy Helma.n. Elizabeth McCormick.
Margaret Weiseman. Lillian Kamsky,
Mary Witmer. Katherine Peters. Cath
erine Kelker. Marv Orth and Katherine
Zeiders; Raymond Meek. Kenneth
Patterson. Leroy Smutker, Karl Pe
ters, William Bingham, George Fox,
Samuel Fi oehlicn. Benjamin Byers, Car
rol Denney, Charles Pease. Clarence
Cooper. Richard Hamer, Frederick Lv
ter, iPaul Part hem ore, Anson DyVout,
Ellwood Baker and Paul Waiter.
The judges for the McCormick story
contest this veai will be Prof. Meike'l,
Prof. Hall and Miss Zeiders. All stor
ies must bo in the hands of the judges
not later than tjie first of December.
TIN WEDDING AXMVEKSAKY
Mr. and Mrs. MiUer Entertain in Cele
bration of Event
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Miller en
tertained at their home in Lemoyne last
evening in celebration of their tenth
wedding anniversary. The rooms were
prettily decorated in green and white,
pom pom chrysanthemums and ferns
carrying oat the color scheme. Five
hundred and music, followed by a late
supper, were features of the evening's
The guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Richard E. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. John
Markley and daughters, Vcrna and
Catherine; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Barn
hart, Miss Luella Barnhai-t, Miss
Prances Eshenauer. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ebv, Mrs. Sallie K'bv, Mrs. Mar
garetta Cunkle. Mr. and Mrs. William
R. Bates, Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher,
Helen Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Miller
and sons. Edwin and Thomas.
The wedding of Miss Helen May
Bomgardner, of 310 Roily street, and
Ralph Edgar Myers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Myers, of Wormleysburg,
took place yesterday afternoon at 2
o'clock at the parsonage of the Church
of God, Middletown. The ceremony
was performed by the pastor, the Rev.
H. P. Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Myers
will reside in Harrisburg, where the
former is employed.
HARRISBURCT ST AR-INDKPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 11. 1914.
HELD IN GRACE
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Miss Fanny Kennedy Dichl
J Grace Methodist Episcopal church
a will be the scene ot' a beautiful wed
ding this evening when Miss Fanny
• Kennedy Diehl. daughter of Mr. and
I Mrs. Clark l". Diehl, 225 Brings street,
. becomes the wife of William Shultz
j Raub, of Lancaster.
Tho ceremony will iie performed at S
. o'clock by the pastor, the Rev. L>r.
, John D. Pox. Rivhard Stockton, of
, Lanrastcr, will play the wedding music.
f rendering the '' Hanioresque'' and the
"'Spring Song'' before the ceremony
and "O Perfect Day" as the service
is beiug read.
The decorations at the church will j
I be of white chryauthemums and autumn !
1 foiiage, masses of the flowers and small!
| trees at the chancel and bunches of
, beautifully colored leaves and white
j flowers marking the pews.
rhe bride, who will be given in mar- I
riage by her father, will wear a gown '
' of chifl'juu satin, with trimmings of
' pearl passementerie and crystal and a ;
veil of duchej*se lace caught up with i
ornnge blossoms. She will carry a \
shower of valley lilies and white or
| eh ids.
'Mrs. James Garfield Hatz, the bride's j
sister, will ! be matron of honor, and will |
wear a gown of white lace over white
satin and carry red roses. The bride's
maids. Mrs. George Porter Hammond,
Mrs. Theodore Fletcher Mead, of New
York City; Mrs. llayden Geyer and
Miss Esther Goll, of Lancaster, will!
j wear gowns of lace in shades of - hell j
t pink anil apricot with touches of crepe |
de' chine and will carry shower boa-I
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mr. an i Mrs. (diaries S. Goodman;
land little sons, William and Charles, j
:ot Camp Hill, have returned from a
| visit with tlie former's parents, Mr. |
and Mrs. William H. Goodman, at!
i Bethel, Pa.
Mrs. William W. Briggs, 1917 Park,
street, will return the latter part of the!
week from a several weeks' vis't with
relatives ami friends iu Philadelphia
Miss Anna Shelley, of Port Koyal, i«.
visiting her sister. Mrs. James U stew
art, 1920 Market street.
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Quiglcy and
daughters, Vera aud Ethel, of West
i Philadelphia, arc spending severai days
with relatives in this citv and Camp
Mrs. James Kezner Barber, ot' Tren
ton, X. J., will arrive the latter part of;
the week for a visit with her parents,)
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mac Donald, 9
South Fifteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel De' Sloane,
,113 Market street, will spend the week-j
| end with the former's mother, Mrs. j
i Andrew Kessey, at Lancaster.
, Miss Emilie Tripner and Miss Cntli-j
j erine Wright, of A lien town, are guests!
of the former's sister, Mrs. George W. •
I Barnett, of Riverside.
Mrs. Joseph Hutchinson and sou,'
Joseph, 217 South -Nineteenth street.!
; are home from Mt. Wolf, where they I
! were guests of the former's mother,
i William Massimore, 213 South Nine -j
jteenth street, has gone to Glenville to]
j spend two weeks with his ] arents to!
recuperate after a serious illness.
Mrs. John Dellaven has gone to herj
■ home in Sunbury after a visit with herj
| daughter, Mrs. A. P. Shure. 352 South'
j Thirteenth street.
William Guiles has returned to his;
j home in Philadelphia after spending ;
several days with his aunt. Mrs. Eliz
: abeth Hant/.mau, 422 South Thirteenth
Mrs. John Black and daughter. Miss
'Bessie Black, Seventeenth and Mulber i
| ry streets; Miss Marv Enright, 1344 j
j Vernon street, and Robert Owens, 508 ]
! South Thirteenth street, have returned;
j from Xew York where they were guests!
of Mr. and Mrs. John Dorscher.
Miss Sara Weitzel, 1314 Berryhill!
; street, has returned home from Hunt
; ingdon where she was the guest of Mrs. I
; Fred Isenlierg for a week.
William and liusscll Tomilson havel
returned to their home in Chambers !
1 burg after spending several days with;
! their mother, Mrs. Tomilson, Ifil9 Re
I gina street.
' M rs. Harry «rav<js, 4,") North Six
il quels ol Madame Taft roses and tern.
Harry Lyman Raub, Jr., brother of
the bridegroom, will be best man. ami
, JamesGarfield Hatz,George Porter Ham
mond. \\ illiam Granville Child, ot' Pitts-
I burgh; Hayden Geyer and Stewart
■ Rait), Lancaster. and William Leahart,
; of Heading, will act as ushers.
Following the ceremony a reception
j wili be held at tiie home of Mr and
(Mrs. .fames Garfield Hatz, 110 State
i street, after which Mr. and 'Mrs. Raub
| will leave for an extended wedding trip
j through the South, including 'Cuba, New
; Orleans and other points. On their re-
I turn they will be at homo after Jaiui-
I ar\- 1 at the Salisbury apartments. Lan
The bride is a graduate of Central
High school, class (if 1910, and a mem
' ber of the Li. \ . \ . Society. Mr. Raub
' is a son of Mrs. Harry S. Raub, of
| Lancaster, and alumnus of Frankin and
Marshall College and a projnine-t Phi
Kappa Psi man. He is connected with
I t lie Lancaster Sheet Metal and Supply
I Company -as secretary.
Among the out-of-town guests will
lie Mrs. Harry S. Raub, Mr. and Mrs.
| A. K. Raub, Mr. and Mrs. John A.
j Cioll, Mr. and Mrs. 11. H. Herr, John
i l<evan. Mr. and Mrs. S. If. Raub, Miss
j Sue Roy, B. E Shultz, of Lancaster;
Air. and Mrs. liaise G. Shimp. Mr. and
'Mrs. Edgar Ullman, Air. and Mrs. S. R.
j Zimmerman, Francis Lvtnati Windolph,
Mrs. l-'alkeuhagen. of Philadelphia; Mrs.
W. E. Fahensiock, Ithaca. X. Y.; Donald
| DufTv, Marietta; Mr. and Mrs. J. P..
, \V ister, Philadelphia, and Miss Marv
1 Donahue, of Marietta.
t i*t*nth street, has returned home from
Air. anil Mrs. William Rhoades. of
j Maytown. are guests of Mrs. \V. Hen-
j'lerson, 11> 1 1 Regina street.
Mi"* Anna Mr Dow oil Ims to
her home in \\ arren, Pa., after spend
in# several weeks with her sister, Mrs.
I*rank Caveny, 4 17 Hunimel street.
Mrs. .la-cob Attiek, 1911 Penn street,!
is spending some time in Richmond,!
! a *
fteubeu (iutschall, 630 Peflfer street,
and Harry ( ass, of Penbrook. are on a
hunting trip to South Mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. William Tomlinson!
nave returned home after a visit to;
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. j
I. romlinson, 1 72«S Fulton street.
Mrs. RichaYd E. Miller, of New Or !
leans, i> visiting Mrs. John Miller,!
1106 Market street.
Mr. and Mrs. ij. H. Leister, of Hunt !
ing ton, and Mrs. Charles Ellis. of;
, | am den, have returned home after vis-!
' itinj; Mi. and Mrs. Frank Oenslager, of
; Riverside. j
Miss Alma Thompson, of Williams i
town, is the bluest of Miss Alice Marie •
I Docevee, GOT North Second street. j
j Mr. ami Mrs. William F. Shade,.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at the
Cause and Remove It
Ur. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub
stitute tor calomel, act gently on the'
j bowels and positively do tiie work.
People afflicted with bad breath find I
! quick relief through Dr. Edwards' Olive j
Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-coated '
(tablets are taken for bad breath by all :
j who know them.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gent !
| l.v but firmly on the bowels and liver, I
stimulating them to natural action, '
i clearing the blood and gently purifying;
the entire system.
They do that which dangerous calo- j
niel does without anv of the bad after
All the benefits of nasty, sickening, j
; griping cathartics are derived from Dr. I
| Edwards' Olive Tablets without griping, !
< pain or disagreeable effects of any kind, j
Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the
| formula after seventeen years of prac- ;
; tice among patients afflicted with bowel I
land liver complaint with the attendant
j bad breath.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are purely j
i a vegetable compound mixed with olive 1
j oil. you will know them by their olive i
; Take pne or two every night for a
week and note the effect. 10c and 25c
per box. All druggists.
The Olive Tablet Company, Colum
bus, O. Adv.
| Elegant, Large , Large Showy
and Showy \ Ostrich Plumes
os sft Plumes V \ Black and White
HW OSTRICH'S \\
/1 4th and Market Sts. A \
// Annual Sale of High-Grade\\
I Thousands of Plumes in Ten Big Lots Selling at /j PRICE .V \
t J SALE STARTS TO-MORROW \ \
/illiliJ This sale is but another example of the tremendous buying power anil 1 \
jpijjjjf the ASTRICH way of giving patrons the advantage of uuderprice pur- |j I
liiiiijll Never have better plumes been sold, and assortments have never been l
J more complete than in this sale. j
jlllilii All are perfectly dyed in shades most fashionable for winter, as well 1
as fast blaek and pure white.
J WE WILL PUT THESE ASIDE FOR YOU, BY PAYING ONE-FOURTH
OF THE PRICE, FOR NO LON.GER THAN TWO WEEKS j ]
10 Lots—ln Black, White and Colors
j $4.00 Plumes SIO.OO Plumes j
18 inches long 9 inches wide: Beßt female Btoek; toest gl . ade , ! ■
J J elegant quality; lull Hues; broad
heads; blaek and (Pi QQ black and white; half (J 400
white; half price,.... vltvO price, **oo
|l| $6 00 Colored Ostrich Plumes I
12 of the best and newest colors; half price, "JO and -2 QQ /
Slljjjil inches long, tinest French ostrich, wide flues and broad tips. . I
\ \ J6.00 Plumes SB.OO Plumes / /
\ ;: \ , 22 and 24 inches long, 11 and 12 / /
V: \ - inches long, nicies \\u i . inches broad. No finer goods can I J
V: i \ extra heavy flues; French tip; he made than these; values will I I
\ \ black and white; QQ surprise you: black (j»0 QQ / /
\~ \ one-half price, and white; 1 ... price. tj50«00 / j
V \ $4.00 Colored
\ \ 18 and 20 inches, all the colors and combina- OujlV
y \ tions. Extra heavy quality; one- lUW^|
\\ SIO.OO $12.5 0
\ \ Plumes Plumes
V \ «»"? »*>.<•>-
\ \ l-'ronch Koods. Finest tiful broad, heavy
\ \ high luster black. French tips; ••lose W
\ \ cr°"e; bet black at and w . / At,
\ \ white; one-half prlce, black; one-halt price, /• 1
Elegant Ostrich \ \ s s // \
\\ 5 ' 55 t 6 66 // X~~4f
Including \ \ / / ( \ j
Black and \ \ y/ / A
White, Bunch, n. V/ / p/\ / n
Francis Sliaiic and son, William, of
Williamsport, have returned home after
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller,
1250 Walnut street.
Mr. and Mrs. William Zeiders, 40
North Thirteenth street, have returned
from York, where they were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. .Jones.
j Mrs. ,). K. Bailey, ot' Millington, Md.,
! and Mrs. J. C. Darwick, of Sadlerville,
; Md., are guests of Mrs. Cashner, 45
. North Sixteenth street.
Robert G. Warren, 14 40 Berryhill
j street, has returned home from an ex
! tended western trip that included
| Cleveland, Detroit, Cincinnati and Buf
Mr. and Mrs. U A. Bellinger, 2148
I Atlas street, left this <-ity yesterday to
j spend the winter at Richmond, Va.
Miss Elizabeth Barnest, of Mifllin,
j is a guest of Mrs. A. M. Beatty, 2007
i North Sixth street.
.)oilii Kramer, night foreman for the
I ST( M\CH MISERY
j Mi-o-na Will Quickly and Sal'ely Rid
You of Indigestion
! When your stomach is out of order
. your food lies like a lump of lead fer
menting and surely causing that foci
i ing of fullness, sour taste in the mouth,
j coated tongue, biliousness, and many
; other warning signs of indigestion,
| which is often a dangerous ailment.
It is needless for you to suffer, for
! any druggist can supply you with Mi-o
--j na, a harmless and efficient remedy for
I all bad stomachs. These small tablets
I give almost immediate and joyful re
| lief, while ,a few days' treatment
' strengthens and stimulates the digestive
| system. The flow of gastric juices is
: increased, then your food is properly
'digested; sour and gassy stomach, sick
i headaches, restless nights and other
distressing symptoms quickly vanish.
If suffering any stomach distress do
not wait—let Mi-o-na give yoi quick
and lasting relief. H. C. Kennedy sells
it with guarantee of money back "if you
arc not satisfied. Adv.
City Transfer Company, returned to
work last night after spending two
weeks' vacation with relatives in Phila
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Evans, of this
city, are registered at the Navarre ho
tel, in New York City.
Miss Lillian Gillespie returned to-day
to her homo in Shamokin after a visit
with Miss Katherine Hagner, 14 40
Miss Addie Bowers, 1003 North
Sixth street, left to-day for Tyrone to
attend the conference convention of
the Woman's Home Missionary Society.
Miss Eva Berry, 812 South Cameron
street, has returned from a visit with
friends in Palmyra.
Miss Sarah Ellen Mardorf, 116 Vine
street, has returned from a short visit
to Boiling Springs.
Mrs. John Kobler, KO6 Boas street,
left to-day for a few days' stay in Ty
WEEK-END AT DAUPHIN
Young People Will Pass Several Days
at "Pine Top" Cottage
Mrs. Edward Hoffman and Miss Eliz
abeth Crownshield chaperoned a party
of young people from this city, who left
this morning to spend the week-end at
the "Pine Top - ' cottage at Dauphin.
Saturday afternoon and evening a par
ty and dance will be given in honor of
Miss Margaret Crownshield, of Blairs
ville, and Miss Edith Beltz, of Phila
The party includes Mrs. Jack Rog
ers, of Enola; Miss Catherine Eraser,
Steolton; Miss Marian Tippet, of Camp
Hill; Miss Helen Berger, Miss Dorothy
Kree, Miss I.uella Michaels, John Fin
ney, of Pottstown; Edward Wallace,
Frank Wallace, Mark Bennet, Georgo
Palmer, Fritz Palmer, Ned Berger and
Mr. and Mrs. Morris K Weidaian. of
Riverside, announce the birth off a bou,
William Walker Weidman, Monday, No
vember 2. Mr. and 'Mrs. Weidman form
erly resided in Lewistown.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Zeiders, 18 I
Baas street, announce the birth of a
I jester Eugene, Monday, November t.
Mrs. Zeiders was Miss Xeda iMiullejj
prior to her marriage.
• Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hoffman, 43
North Sixteenth street, announce the
birth of a daughter Sunday, November 1
How to Gain Weight
A Potind a Day I;
Thin men and women who would likie
to increase their weight with 10 or l|j
pounds of healthy "stay there" fit
should try eating a little Sargol wi®
their meals for a while and note rl]
suits. Here is a good test worth trying.
First weigh yourself and measure your
self. Then take Sargol—one tablet
with every meal —for two weeks. Than
weigh and measure again. It isn't i,
question of how you look or feel lit
what your friends say and think. The
scales and the tape measure will tell
their own story, and most any thin man
or woman chii easily add from five tcj
eight pounds in the tirst fourteen day*
by following this simple direction. Ans
best of all, the new flesh stays put.
Sargol does not of itself make faft
but mixing with your food, it turns tls
fats, sugars and starches of what voii
have eaten, into rich, ripe fat producing
nourishment for the tissues and blood
prepares it in an easily assimilated
form which the blood can readily af,
cept. All this now paasM
from your body as waste. But Saigi}!
stops the waste and does it quickly aipl
makes the fat producing contents of t ><4
very same meals you are eating now df 1
velop pounds and pounds of health#
flesh between your skin and bones. SafJ
gol is safe, pleasant, efficient and ine*»
pensive. Geo. A. Gorgas and other lea£
ing druggists in Harrisburg and vicinity
sell it in large boxes—forty tablets U>
a package—on a guarantee of weight
increase or money back. Adv.