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Bevord-breaking Crowd Bxpactad to At
tend Fair This Evening
*v>. o'.al Correspondence.
Hunuiielstown. Nov. 21. A record
breaking crowd is expected to attend
C.k fair this evening beiug held by the
V me band and the Chemical Fire Com
:»anv in Hnmmelstown hall. The con
• cits rendered each evening bv th»
oai d are appreciated by the large uum
ber of people in attendance and there
w ill i>e much to interest and entertain
the patrons this evening. The articles
donated for the fair are rapidly being
isposed of. The fair «ill continue
duiling next week.
The Rev. Dennis Reardon. the newly
;•( o iited rector, will conduct the serv
:• es iu S:. I.ucy's church. Waltonville.
Tiie first of a series of patrons' meet
ius;s was held in the High school Thurs
dny evening and was largely attended.
An interesting program was rendered
and Prof. F. K. Shambaugh, ounty su
perintendent of schools, delivered an
ai propriate address. The patrons'
meetings will be held at intervals dur
ng the school term .
Miss Ha el Blackburn, a student
tiurse at the Alleirtown hospital. spent
several days this week with her par
ent*. Mr. and Mrs. George Blackburn.
Mrs. .T. I'rban Kilmer was a visitor
in Mnrrisburg yesterday.
There has been a large sale of tick
ets for the play. - Farm Folks." to be
given in Hnmmelstown hall on Friday
evening. December 4. bv the I. T. I.
George F. Greenawalt returned yes
'o-day from Selinsgrove, where he spent
The ladies' Aid Society of Aion Lu
: herau church held a chicken and waf
fle supper in the parish house of the
church this evening. The supper and
:rar will also be held this evening.
Home Mission Pay will be observed
in the Reformed ehurer. at the Sunday
< veiling service. The pastor, the Rev.
Robert A. Bauseb. will preach on "Our
New Home Missions." The third anni
versary of the organisation of rhe ,iun
or congregation will be observed at
the morning service.
The donation bags for the Harris j
burg hospital were distributed to rest- i
lents of the borough yesterday. The I
bags will be collected on Monday and
taken to the hospital. The donation j
ass from town when filled usually re
• mire a large wagon in which they are
hauled to Harrisburg.
Methodist Sunday School Will Hold a
Baiar in December
Spec.a 1 Correspondence.
New Cumberland. Nov. 21.—0n
Thursda> evening the gentlemen who !
were so royally entertained a few weens
ago by the Five Hundred Club at a
Halloween party, returned the convpli- i
ii cut by giving a party in Buttorff'sj
nail. The evening was enjoyed in piav- ,
ing cards. George Hagerman was ca- !
terer. and covers were laid for 46 !
Tne arrangements are aimost com-(
pleied for the bazar to be held by the. J
Methodist Sunday school the first week
:u December. Each class has selected
a color and the booth occupied by it j
and all articles on sale will be made to j
correspond to the color.
Mrs. F.lizabeth Bixier and daughter,
Joanna, and Mr. ana Mrs. Harry Bi«-
.er attended the funeral of Jacoo
Downs a. Lewisberry yesterday.
Mrs. Samuel Noll, of Newport, is a
guest of Dr. Ben Eby and wife.
Miss Artalissa Bently, of New Wil-!
ntington. Pa., visited Mrs. T. R. Nivin,'
:« former pupil, yesterday.
Mrs. Alma KJit,ck. of Mechanicsburg, .
vas the guest of her sister. Mrs. Jesse ,
Mrs. John Fehl and daughter, Miss ]
Stella. spent Thursday in Carlisle.
Mrs. Brownawell. of Harrisburg. was |
a guest of her mother. Mrs. Jacob Bent
All Business Places Will Be Closed on
st al Correspondence.
Dillsburg, Nov. 21. —The Rev. Mr.
iveler. pastor of the Lutheran caujvh,
organized a catechetical class .n the
-.ai iay school room of t.ie Lutherau
aurch. Thursday evening.
The Rev. U. G. Seirert will preach j
<i the Beavertown Evangelical church.
Sunday afternoon for the pastor.
, The I'nion Evangelistic <erviees be-
in the Methodist church Thursday
evening. The evangelist, the Rev. M-.
''Off. is expected to be present Sunda.-
The Dill sburg "Bulletin ' will be
delivered to iota! subscriber? turough
the postoflice in the future instead
Dillsburg business p'.aees will close
A Woman's Suffrage meeting was
.eid a: the home of Katherine Giaff.
Tuesday afternoon. Miss Emma Mc-
Vlarney, of the Horace Mann schoo,.
••f New York, addressed the meeting.:
Mrs. George Hou k. of Mechanicsburg.
•cas and gave an interesting
jr M.s. S. M. Ensmmger, of York
-.et, has been spending a few days
n 'h Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Kline, at Mt.
Mrs. A. L. Heiges of South Baiti
•i o-e street, and Mrs. W. G. Krall. of
Highspire, are making a trip through
K'ther Ben;/, has ieasei the J. H. j
L> k room on Baltimore street, ad
orning the postofii-e and will move
•er milliner store from the A. G.
Blackford building to the Dick room
j a tew days. Carpenters are at work .
urepariog the room.
Miss Marietta Menear spent a few
lays in Philadelphia during the week. I
pn account of tne York County
Teachers' Institute, the schools wiil
be ioseJ next week.
1.. W. Bia-'ktord is at work repair
ing the damage on his shop caused by
the recent fire.
The K«T. Mr. Moyer WUI Preach At I
H.g;asp:re. Nov. 21.—Thirty mem
bers of tbe Bowenna Church of God, I
• haperoned by tbe Rfv. Mervin Man -
uing. a former resident of Highspire.
tendered a surprise partv to Mr. and j
Mrs. .lame* Lane, at Rowenna, Mon
day evening in honor of the fiftr-,
«eventh birthday anniversary of Mr. i
l.ane. On entering the Lane home the
visitors sang "We_'re Marching to'
Zion." A feature of the gathering!
was the holding of prajw services ia
which all present took part.
The local V. C. T. U. held a meet
in jT Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. H. F. Rhoad.
The Rev. Frank Edward Mover,
pastor of St. Peter's Uutheran church,
will pretach the sermon at the union
Thanksgiving service to be held in
the local Church of God, Thanksgiving
Percy Putt and daughter. Helen, ot
Middletowu. spent Tuesday at the
home of the former's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Augustus Putt, Second street.
Mrs. H. McPanel spent Thursday
with her sister, Mies Clara Backen
stoe. in Harrisburg.
Miss Lula Bingaman is spending a
week with Harrisburg friends.
Cyrus Durborow has returned to his
borne in Falmouth, after a short visit
to his son. H. R. Durborow.
M iss Mildred Greaflf. of Market
street. Pft Monday for Mt. Alto where
she will make au extended visit.
The following order of services w-.1l
be observed in die borough churches
United Brethren—The Rev. H. K.
Rhond. pastor. Morning service at
10.4 5. Theme. "At the Temple Gates."
Evening service at T. 30. Theme, " I'u
eertaintv of Life." Sundav school at
9.50. Y.'P. S. C. E. at 6.30.*
Church of God—The Rev. R. 1,. C.
Raer, pastor. Morning service at 10.15.
Theme. "The Crime of Many Chris
tians." Evening service at T. 30.
Theme. "The N'eed To-day-The
Christianity ot" Christ." Sunday school
at 1.45. Sunday school at chapel at
3 p. m.
Ladies' Aid Society of United Evan
gelical Church Will Hold a Banquet
Dauphin, Nov. 21.—The Ladies ' Aid
Society of the Vnited Evangelical
church held their annual banquet on
Thursday evening in I. O. 0. F. Hall.
The members of the Society had as
their guests, the members of their fam
ilies. and about fifty people were serve J
with a delicious repast. After the
banquet each member of the society
related their experience of earning
their Aid money luring the past year,
a-nd many amusing incidents were told.
F. C. Gerberieh spent Wednesday
and Thursday at Philadelphia.
.T. .T. Maurey. of Millersburg, was in
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Powell. of
Baltimore, are visiting the Rev. R. F.
and Mrs. Stirling.
Mrs. W. D. Kinter has gone to Tren
ton. X. ,r.
The Rev. F. .T. S. Morrow was in
The Presbyterian Mite Society met
nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nimrod
Smith on Tuesday evening. After the
regular business was transacted, refresh
ments were served.
Mrs. Mary Nagley and Mrs. Jennie)
linker, of Millersburg. spent Wednes-1
day with Mrs. W. B. Sheetr.
Mr. and Mrs Robert Glass and son.!
of New Cumberland, spent several days'
with Mrs. Catherine Jackson.
Mrs. W. B. Sheet? and Mrs. H. I.
Gerberich were guests of Mrs. Mary
Shaffner, at New Cumberland, on Tues
Word was received of the death of'
Charles P. Treadwell, at Harrisburg. 1
Funeral services wer e held this morn
ing at 11 o'clock at his late home and
interment made in the Dauphia ceme
Wifiiam B. Schell Is Seriously 111 at
Halifax. Nov. 21.—Wr. and Mrs.
William Metigar. of Harrisburg, are;
visiting the former's parents, Mr. and!
Mrs. John W. Sfetzgar.
Mrs. W. P. Birterman has returned!
Nome after having spent a month at!
the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred
Scheetz. in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Fred Glosser, of Harrisburg. was j
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ben- i
Mrs. Ella Kulp and granddaughter,
of McAllisterviHe. spent a few davs
with 'Mrs. Daniel 'Miller.
Miss Ellen s»raiir entertained the!
Priscilla club, Jr.. at her home on Sec-!
ond street. Tuseday evening. Those pres- i
ent were: Anuat'elle Genvberling, i
Abigail Landis. Grace Pike. Martha'
Zimmerman, Helen Helt. Mary Landis. !
Eilen Spahr and Mrs. AK>ert'Loomis. i
William flilbert will move his fam- j
ily to Snyrier county on Tuesday.
M illiam R. Se.rell remains seriouslv
il at Reading. His wife and daughter,
Florence, are still at his bedside.
Pastors of Ministerial Association Will
Exchange Pulpits To-morrow * i
Mechanusburg, Nov. 21.—The Aid |
Society of the Evangelical church 1
«erved dinner and supper to-day in the
H. and L. Company building.
The pastors of rhe Ministerial Asso
ciation wi l make a general exchange
of pulp.ts to-morrow, the onlv excep
tion being the Rev. George Fulton. The
latter will preach in his own church the 1
annual Thanksgiving sermon to Coun- .
il No. 597, Independent Order of:
Vt 1 o'clock to-morrow afternoon
special services will be held in St.
Luke's Episcopal church. Thev will be
conducted by the Rev. Dr. Flovd Ap- j
pier on. pastor of St. Paul's church, in'
•Harrisburg. This is the first of a series :
of special services that will be held on
the fourth Sunday of each month.
It is suggested that Mechanicsburg
follow the example of some other towns
and cities and have a public Christmas
"tMeirhanicsburg night" at Che Har- ■
risburg evangelistic meetings will be j
December 1, instead of the date set at
first. This change was made because ■
the first date. November 27. had been
already selected as Sunday school day.
Term examinations will begin on:
Monday in our public schools.
Mrs. Ross Seaman, of Harrisburg.)
visited Mechanicsburg relatives vester-'
Mrs. Morris Pass" coLiin. wno has
jeen her guest, has gone to ni(> home
| in Leeds. England. For almost a vear
he had been in the United States." but
now felt that he must return to England
to taKe up arms in the great European
The public schools collected a large
lot of vegetables this weeks for the
Harmburg hospital. In some of the
i rooms the teachers suggested that the
pjpiis confine themselves to one cer
tain vegetable, as potatoes. The result
1 is a number of bags of assorted veg
D. E. Kast and Miss Clara Kast were
at *Mt. Olivet camp grounds this week.
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT. SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 21, 1914.
John Berkheimer, of Lemoyne. was
a visitor here yesterday.
Samuel Erb, of Shiremanajown. was
a gjest recently of Samuel Martin,
South Washington street.
Some of our people are wearing but
tons whicii bear an inseriiptiou as fol
lows: ••Europe is devastated with war;
our country is at peace: God bless Mr.
Mrs. Rhoades. of S;-ranton, is the
guest of her cousin. 'Miss Lile George.
South Market street.
A: the meeting of the Woman's Club
last evening Mrs. R. H. Tiiomas. Jr.,
the club's working delegate to the
federation meeting, made her re
port. Miss Catharine 11. Keefer, del
egate to the Cumberland Vallev League
fall meeting, also reported. The club
voted a contribution of $lO to the Har
Ladies of the Lutheran Church Will
Bold a Baiar
New Rloomtield. N"o\. 21.—The
ladies ot" the Lutheran ehorvh will hold
a bazar Tuesday and Wednesday after
noons and evenings of institute week.
Cnion Thanksgiving service will he
held in iho Presbyterian vhurch on
Thanksgiving at T p. m. The Rev. J.
\\. W eeter will prea..i the sermon.
t-. Potts, of Altooua, while in
town oil business Tuesday. called on ht<
friend, tiie Rev. G. W. Melllnay.
P. R. Raker, of Wila, was in town
at the beginning of the week.
•1. K, Lupfer. ot \\ alnut Grove, w-a-»
in town Monday attending court as s
Mrs. t harles O. Davis returned home
on \\ ednesday from visiting in Cisna
Mrs. C. P. Dean and little son. of
Rurnhain, are visiting .Mrs. Dean's
mother. Mrs. C harles H. Smiley.
Mrs. D. L Kluck and baby are visit
ing Mrs. Kluck > parents. Mr. and .Mrs.
Charles L. DePugh.
Mrs. Daniel Briner is visitinjj rela
tives in Harrisburg and i.Mt. Union.
Stork Visited tie Home of Mr. anC
Mrs. Johu Hummel
Marvsville. Nov. 21. A. .1. Seidle
h;>s lost four bogs from oholera since
The iMarysvilie orchestra was enter
tained on Tuesday evening by 'Mr. and
Mrs. \\ . Robinson and on Thursday
evening by Mr. and (Mrs. W. R. Hen.-ii.
Scott S. Lerby was in New nut on
Charles F. Kass spent several days
oi' tliis week with his son Jacob, at.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hummel announce
the birth of a daughter ou November
Earl Bare spent Wednesday with
j friends in York.
Miss Alda X arns. of Harrisburg.
'spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs.
; A. F. Van Camp.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tyson, of liar
risburg. spent the week-e'u 1 with their
daughter, Mrs. Soot; S. Leiov.
Mrs. G. E. Strasbaugh. of York, spent
i Wednesday with S. S. Leiby,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bbersole. of
North Baltimore. Obio, are visiting Mr.
| and Mrs. Lueian Haas.
Birthday Social at Home of Andrew
Gerhart in Honor of Son
! Special Corresponcience.
West Fairview. Nov. 21.—Mr. and
; Mrs. Andrew Gerhart gave a birthday
| social at their home in honor of their
(son. Andrew, on h's 11th birthday. The
party was ehaperoued by Mrs. B. S.
j Boley and Mrs. Edna Spurrier. The
I following persons were present to en
|,ioy the occasion: Mr. and Mrs. Ed
i ward Walters, tne Misses Mae and
Blanche Reeser. Annie Hutton. Marga
j ret- Irwin, Mabel Montgomery, Mr. aud
j Mrs. Andrew Gerhart. Samuel S»ur
; rier. Miss Annie Enalev, Max At.--
Combs. Miss Jane Bolev. Mabel Givler
1 Fred Kokert. Hazel Givler, Anna'oelle
Bo ey. Margaret Ganrber. Sophia Curry,
j Arthur Spurrier. Norman Spurrier. Paul
| vilessner. Jacob Wa.-htman. Fred Snatill.
Howard Heiler, Benjamin Givler, Don
j ajd Gerhart. AJbert Ivoppenheffer, Johu
Kreitzer. Elizabeth Fisher and Mr. Ger
, Miss Ida Koppenheffer. of Ehzabeth-
I ville, and George Koppenheffer, o: iHar
i n3 ®j lr ß- visited H. W. Koppenheft'er.
Airs. Harry Ferner aud grandson.
Harry Steeley. of Enola. were sraests of
Mrs. B. 8. Bo ley.
Amos Stiles, of Harrisburg. visited
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. StiV-s ai-i
Mr». D. W. Miller, of New Cumber
Mrs. Johu (jpong. of Ha r-soarg vis
ited George Himes.
| -^ r - aCv ' Mrs. Paul Bender ami Mrs.
| Dietz are ending a week at Philadei
; piua and Chester with friends.
Miss Jennie Boley was guest of F.
J- Riggs. of Enola. '
The official board of Grace U. B
| church changed the Sundav school to
i tie morning at 10 o'clock' during the
Stougb cainiraign. A union meeting wlil
! be neld in the U. B. cbur-h Stin.iav at
10.30. when members of the stough
party will be present to preach and
There will be no union praver meet
' ing this month owing to the Stough
meetings. The union Thanksgiving
service will be held on Thursdav even
ing in the Lutheran church, a'nd £b|
; Rev. S. B. Bidlack. pastor of the Meth
odist church, will preach the sermon.
The Rev. O. G. Komig Is Visiting
Friends in Tower City
Hershev, Nov. 21.—Miss Margaret
Langworthy and Mrs. George Eppley
attended the show for better babies at
Miss Esther Ebersole, of Mt. Jo v.
, after spending a week here as the
i guest of Miss Mary Painter, returned
j to her home.
Ebur Mays moved with his familv
i The Rev. O. G. Roinig is spending
| a week at Tower City.
Charles Stuckey and Gorman Ander
son spent several days on a hunting
I trip.. The former shot five rabbits and
the latter seven.
Will Address Central Club
l-ee Francis Lyfoarger, a lyceum lec
turer. a brother of Jesse J. Lybarger
late Democratic candidate for' Asseni
j My, will address the Central Democrat
j ic Club at its rooms on Market square
evening. Each club member is
privileged tr, invite guests and the Dem
jocratic City Committee has been in-
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