The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, December 05, 1914, Page 3, Image 3

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Established 1850
Jeweler and Silversmith
We are always glad to have you come into
our store anil look around, whether or. not you
intend to purchase. At this time a visit to us
would he especially profitable. When you
touie in we will take pleasure iu suggesting
to you gifts for those persons who "'have
2i14=216 Market Street
W i
Entertained a Number of Quests at Her
Home in a Delightful
Miss Jennie Spangler eirtertaaned at
her home, 2002 State street, last even
ing. a number of guests in a delightful
Music, games and contests were en
joyed, after which a buffet supper was
served. The rooms were prettily deco
rated m yellow and white. The guesrts
included Misses Luki Meals, Helen Weils,
v ame Coates. Minnie Reidell, May
iHordner, Mary Ludwig,Christina Smith,
•Mary Dunleedy, Bessie McAntee, Ethel
Bell, Mary Longenec&er, Sadie Sfhultz,
Btnoyer, Carrie Weaver, Jen Spangler, 'Messrs. Harry Basnore,
Jikhn Hen iricks, George I'mlioltz, John
Bowman, George Kvster, Karl Faglev,
.Warren Kichelberger. Miles Klory,
Charles Patterson, Victor Be k, Joseph
Han.'e. Meade Lvter, Amos Black, Sam
uel Hoover, John Lcrew. Aleck MoOuik.
George Hippensteel. Samuel Gtrist white,
James Danner, William Spangler and
'Mrs. 11. (!. >pji.ngler.
Only December Meeting Will Be Held
Tuesday Evening With Program
of Christmas Stories
The only December meeting of the
"Storv Tellers' League" will be held
Tuesday evening, December S. and
will be an open meeting in charge of
Miss .Dolores Segelbaum.
An interesting program of Christ
mas stories has been arranged. M>ss
Alice Allen will tell a pretty Japan
ese legend entitled "What the Moon
la ly Saw. ' Mis? Cora Lj» Snyder
will tell the story of "The Litt.e
•■ray Lamb. b\- I'aroKn S. Bailev,
Miss Ella Yost will tell "Why We
Have Tinsel on the Christmas Tree."
Miss Florence Carroll will tell the
s tory of Christ." by Elizabeth Hur
r son, and Miss Aunie Miller will tell
me - story of the Manger" and Miss
Lois Booker, president of the league,
•MII give an original poem entitled
"Song of the Virgin."
Loug-Breueman Wedding
Land Dec. s.—Miss Marv L.
! rem- Tan. o: this place, was married
; e-terday to Carl H. Long, of -Uu» as
ter Jmvtion. by the Rev. H ram G.
Kauf! man. with the rint* ceremonv. A
reception followed at the home of the
bride. ,
•John M. Ken irick. 429 Hummel
- ve.t. iias returned from Goodyear.
— N
Hand Mirrors
Many Styles
l« N\ Third St. and Penna. Station
The Delightful
Christmas Piano
No other fjit't you could present to your family 'j
«-ould bring as much real pleasure into the home
circle as a piano of undeniable reputation.
The Mehlin with its superiority of tone and toual produc
tion will exceed your fondest expectations. We'll gladly
demonstrate the Mehlin to you. and ask that you be the
judge of its qualities. Convenient terms of payment in the
event of purchase. In several styles of Grands and Iprights.
C. A\. Sis? ler., Inc.
Pianos Victrolas
30 N. 2nd.SU
Ceremony Will Be Performed in the
Brick Presbyterian Church by Dt.
Merle Smith on Monday—Only Rel
atives of Couple Will Be There
Tht> weddiog of Miss Ella L&Rue
Hart. SOT North Second street, and the
Rev. Dr. George Black Stewart, pres
ident of Auburn Theological Seminary
and former pastor of Marke; Square
Presbyterian church, will take place
next Monday morning in the Bri.k
Presbyterian church. New York City.
The Rev. Or. Merle Smith. a life long
triend of IV -Stewart. will perform the
ceremony. whi.-h will be witnessed by
the members of the immediate families
and a few close friends, including
Major and Mrs. Lane 8. Hart and the
Misses Weir, of this city.
; Following the ceremoov there will
be a wedding breakfast iu the Hotel
ttiltmore. After a southern wedding
trip Dr. and Mrs. Stewart will reside
I iu Auburn. X. V.
Miss Hart is the daughter of the
: late Captain aud Mrs. William B. Hart
and a niece of Major Une S. Hart, of
this city. She is a graduate of Wilson
College. Chambersburg, Pa., ami has had
a prominent part in tlx? activities of
rhe church and Sunday school work of
Marke* Square Presbyterian . huruh, of
which she is a member.
Stewart is well known iu this
city. He was pastor of Market Square
1 re»-:>vterian ■ hurvh for fifteen vears.
He left here to accept a call to the pres
iden.-y of Auburn Theological Seroinarv,
which position he still occupies..
Pleasant Affair Given by Her Friends
in Celebration of Twenty
third Birthday
A surprise party was tendered Miss
Hulda Bice last evening in honor of her
twenty-third birthday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lester. Paxtaug.
Cards and dancing were features of the
njany amusements enjoyed by the
guests, prizes in progressive five hun
dred being won by .Miss Anne Fogar
ty and George H. McDevitt, Philadel
phia, after which an elaborate sapper
was served with appointments of pink
and white.
Covers were laid for twentv-six
guests who included Miss Anne Fo
gartv. Miss Katherine Harro. Miss
Helen Morsh, Miss Daisie Kuhn. Miss
Manon Lingle. Miss Mary Fogartv,
Miss Margaret Wager. Miss Pea'ri
Black. Miss Virginia Morrow, Miss
Ksther »an !er<. Miss Nell Sellers. Miss
Katherine Morrow. Miss Hulda Riee,
George Peters. Roy Egolf. Lawrence
McGraff. Gnrney Rubv, Dan Peters,
Martin Keet. George Updegraff. H.
Lioyd Myers, Bert Booser, C. E. Hen
ry. Norristown; George H. McDevitt,
Philadelphia, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Solemnized at Home of Bride's Parents
at High Noon To-day by the
Bey. Fuller Bergstresser
The wedding of Miss Mariau Niss
ley Peters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Cameron Peters, North Union
street, Middletown, and 0. U P. Rus
sel, also of Middletown, was an eveut
of to-day, taking place at high noon
at the home of the bride's parents. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev.
Fuller Bergstresser, pastor of St. Pe
ter's Lutheran cburth, in the presence
of a number of relatives and frieuds.
Tile bride wore a smart traveling
suit of blue chiffon broadcloth, with
hat to match and a corsage of violets
and orchids. There were no attendants.
A wedding breakfast was served fol
lowing the ceremony after which Mr.
and Mrs. Kussel left for an extended
wedding trip. On their return they
will reside in Middletown. *
The bride has devoted much time to
music and art. Some of her painting
on <hiua are now among the collections
in Harvard University. She has exhi
bited her work in Berlin and for a
gloss painting on tile, was awarded a
Mr. Russet for more than two years
has been assistant to C. Moore,"divi
sion supervisor of the Pennsylvania
railroad, located in Middletown. With
Mr Moore he twice shared in prizes
awarded by the Pennsy for best-kept
divisions, the last one having been
awarded last September.
Mr. Russel is a sou of Mr. and Mrs.
James F. Kussel, of Philadelphia. He
is a graduate of the William Penn
Charter School. Philadelphia, class of
an i since that time, with the
exception of three years when he was
in the employ of the Chesapeake a
Ohio Railroad Company, he. ha; be mi
employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Will Give an Illustrated Talk on
"Some Phrases of Immigra
Hairisburg Chapter Daughters of the
American Revolution will hold an open
meeting Thursday afternoon. Decem
ber 8. at 2.45 o'clock, iu the John V.
Boyd Memorial Hall,.at the Y. W. C. A.
Harris W. Wheaton. spe'ial collab
orator in the Bureau of Education at
Washington. D. C.. will give an inter
esting lecture on "Some Phases of Im
migration. illustrating his lecture with
views brought directly from the New
\ ork Bureau of Immigration. Mr.
W heaton is one of the foremost author
ities in the country on the immigration
question an.l a very interesting speaker.
Another pleasing feature of- the
meeting will be two piano numbers by
Newell Albright. Members are privil
eged to invite guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Reitzel Married
Fifty Years Ago
(Special to t Star-Independent.)
Sioux City. lowa. Dee. s.—Mr. and
Mrs. Christian Reitxel celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary at the
home of Mr. an.) Mrs. E. j. Wallen,
1629 Mormngside avenue, last even
. * lr Mrs. Reitzel were both born
in Dauphin count v. Pa. M ■. Reitzel an i
Miss Annie Graium were martievi in
ilarrisburg, December 4. lStit. and
went at once to the • home in Steelton,
where Mr. Reitzel was engage.! in eon
traotinsr and building. When the Civil
war broke_ouT Mr. Reitrcel jjine 1 com
pany 0. I.7th regiment. Pennsvlvania.
and went as a drummer bov.
In ISS: he ami his ftwn-h- moved to
Mrtvnell, S. D., where he tile I on ;i
sol hers declaratory home<tea 1. In
IS9I he family moved to Sioux Citv,
where they have lived ever since. For
fifteen years Mr. Reltze: has been con
nected with tiie Sicux Citv Teat and
I Awni r ? OoDbf snv.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H Vrt -k, of Ober
• attended tne celebration to whi h
more tiinn one hundred gjc« H h.. i i, ceit
Entertained a Number of Guests at His
Hosre Last Evening
Frederick Goodyear entertained a
nunwer of friem!s at bis home, 1610
;<■ retn street, last evening. Miss Emma
; -MlJordan i and Miss Margaret Hoffstadi
sang several pretty solos. Prizes were
wi>n by Mrs. Robert 'Household and M'ss
I 'xJashore and Miiss Moore'and.
The guests included Misses Sa-ah
Mooreland. T.Minnie Moore.and Ma.-
iflret Hoft-t:: It. Mary U>t7, Elizabeth
» ent7.el, Catherine Dnssington, Miriam
Ku:n-ler. Miriam Jauss. Effie Twij-».
Mabel Coxter, Ireue Smacker, Mure
Arthiirn, Rebeva Weni-iial. Emily 'Mar
tin. Nan Scbneffer, Susan Mi-fann,
I heresa Kr.obler. Helen Basbore. Sadie
•rortvn Daisy Sink, Messrs. William
Mete. Harry Rosenberg, John Keifer.
loan •Hoo.ter, Harry Wilson, Martin
'•orden. Roy Dazis, Lewis Household,
Re.terr Household. ( i.aries Mirfzobaugh
Sr.iert Martin, Clarence Jones. Howard'
• Hitz, Mr. and Mrs. S'hellv and Mrs
1 Ooodvear.
At Parish House of St. Andrew's P. E.
Women of St. Andrew's Protectant
B;isi-opal 'parish are holding their an
nual Christmas sale to-day at St. An
drew '* pari«\i home, Nineteenth and
Markeit streets. It opened this after
noon and will continue uirtil late this
liiineheon is being served alt all hours
of the sale.
The women rrave arranged the assem
; bly room of the parish nouse especially
lor tne sale and are offering to their
friends many useful and fancy articles
suitable for immediate use or Christmas
gifts. The proceeds of the sale will go
to the parish building fund.
Entertained Busy Bee Circle
Miss Helen Wharton entertained the
Busy Bee Sewing Circle at her .home,
369 South Eighteenth street, last even
ing. Musi'- and a late luncheon was en
Mrs. Jones Will Make Address
Mrs. M'i'bel Cronise Jones will
speak before the Marygville Civic Club
'on Monday, on "Woman Suffrage."
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Miss May Thompson, of Williams
town. is the week-end guest of Miss
Mellie Reigle, 14 46 Market trtreeit.
Mrs. S. T. J. Keith, 1827 North
Third street, has returned from a visit
to Altoona.
Mr. and Mrs. David Kaufman, 1728
North Second street, are spending some
time in Atlantic City.
Mrs. John Breunan returned to her
home at McAdoo after a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. John Gallagher, Eight
eenth and Regina streets.
William Kennedy returned to tPhila
delphia after a visit with his parents,
Mr. anil Mrs. James Kennedy, 356
South Thirteenth st-eet.
Miss Marian Strouse, of Irving Col
lege, is spending the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Strouse, 1632 North Second street.
Louis Grahaui returned to Camden,
N. J„ after a visit with Mrs. C. Shil
lien, 124 Mulberry street.
Emorv Lut*, of York, is spending
the week end with his mother, Mrs. W.
B. Cunningham, 310 Hummel street.
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Cunningham re
turned to their home in Baltimore after
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. Cun
ningham, 310 Hummel street.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris and daughter,
Miss Mary Harris, 1927 North Sixth
street, are home from Petersburg,
Huntingdon county.
Miss Lile Nebinger returned to her
home at Lancaster after a visit with
her sister, Mrs. Harry Towseu, 266
North street.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Kanffman. of this
city, are registered at the Hotel She
burne, Atlantic City.
David Gross Coover, son of Dr. Da
vid rl. loo\er, of Denver, Col., has left
for his home in Esconido, Cal., after
spending ten days with his relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter l<es!ie Montgom
ery, 700 North Third street.
W. G. ("oitkling, 130 Locust street,
is spending the week-end in Philadel
\(is< Margaret Beck. Lewisberry,
was the guest of her sister. Miss Ida
Bei'k, 235 Briggs street, yesterday.
Mrs. Jose h Davis. 404 North
street, is home from a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Samuel McConncll, in
Vr«. Anna M. Rothort and daughters,
Virginia and Doris, are guests at the
heme of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 0. Pttb'bs, j
800 North Third street.
Mrs. Jacob MeCorkle, 2035 Peun j
street, left to-day for a week's visit .
at McCoy sville.
Miss Arta Williams. 1616 North Sec- |
otul street, returned from Poughkeep- i
sie, N. V., where she was the guest of i
Miss Mary Gurney. a Vassar student. I
William 'P. Denehey, 1423 North
Front street, returned after visiting!
his daughters at Palmorton and Prince
ton and also a trij> to North Carolina.
Miss Clara Mehaney, Pefifer street,!
left to-day for Philadelphia, where she
will spend some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Strouse,
1032 North Second street, who were
recent guests in New York, have re
turned home.
Paul Laubenstcin, of Dickinson Col
lege. is spending the week-end with his
parents. 32S South Sixteenth street.
Miss llobe-ta Milnoe has gone to her ;
home at Williamsiiort after a pleasant
visit w-ith Miss Sdith FischTer, 120T
Swatara street.
Sycrks Before American Institute of.
Architects at Washington
The annua! convention of the Ainer- i
icau Institute of Architects will end I
its sefsionj to-night with a banquet at I
the Shoreham hotel, Washington, D. C.
At tiii# hotel the meetings have been '
Many important matters to the archi- |
tects of the country have been dis
ctissed by the couventioo. Items which ;
have taken a considerable portion of \
the convention's time have been the,
ret ort of the committee on chapters, j
which contemplates a revision of the {
constitution aud by-laws and an enlarge
ment of *he scope of the membership.
Another item which received long ami !
careful consideration was the report of
the . onimittee on contracts and speciti- ;
cations. The object is to formulate a ;
standard contract which may be used i
in all or part by practitioners which \
will cover all joints of essentia! value
an 1 wh it has been approved by •build- i
ers as well as architects who have con- ;
suited in this connection.
Thursday evening a tuedal was pre-1
rented to the French Ambassador, M. |
Jusserand, in honor of M. Pascal, the j
French architect, and a man undec j
whose instruction many Americans!
have studied. This tnedai was present
ed by Kussell C. Stuigis, president of
the American Institute of Architects. I
The meeting was held in the hall of j
tho Pan-American building aud the ex- j
ercises were conducted by the Secretary j
of State.
Last evening the annual dinner was
held, at which the speakers of the occa
sion were C. S. Hamlin, of the Federal 1
Reserve Hoard; J. Horace M "Farland, |
[ resident of the American Civic Asso- j
ciatioa; A. K. Pardington, vice presi- I
dent of the Lincoln Highway Associa- j
tion. and others.
The Southern Pennsylvania Chapter
was represented at the convention by j
B. F. Willis, of York, president of the 1
chapter; M. I. Kast, of Harrisburg, sec- ;
retarv, and Edward Leber, of York.
Cheap for the
Quality Offered
R. Gerstner
218 Locust St. Opp. Post Office
MBS. C. 8. BECKER announces the I
annual Xnaa Sale of Hand
painted China Novelties, to he held
at her home, IT 13 Regina Street, I
the week beginning Monday, De
cember 7, 1014.
Booster Sale Monday j/ftr
Y~ w At Unprecedented Prices on Monday |
£ Sale starts promptly at 9 o'clock!
Be on hand as early as you can!
In Genuine French Oslr ch Plumes
Guaranteed to be A3 Black and
Worth $5.00 White
These Plumes are of finest female stock, heavy curled, and extra henvv French tips
and must be seen to appreciate the Bargain. ( ome before all are sold.
' Genuine Silk Velvet MONDAY Hatters' Plush Hats | MONDAY
d Now medium shapes, i. C*£%
Small shapes. ' tl. rf | silk and velvet brims.
I Value $4.00 J Value $2.00 i
Ostrich Lobster Bands |QQ
All colors, new designs, value $2.00. Monday, f
Mole Skin Plush MONDAY Silk Velvet Hats MONDAY
- |Q A
I Large crown, wide f ft® ors just received. I'm m
brim. Value $3.00 Values $2.50 and $3.00 (JOv
New Ostrich Fancies ( /|
Ten styles—all colors—values SI.OO and $1.25, on Monday at 'J.
Large Silk Velvet ] MONDAY Silk Plush Hats MONDAY
Sailors .44 new B tvles, velour AQ
All black or colored top. [ jg * plush brims, just received. (pji fib a* '
! Value $2.98* j fpJL Values up to $3.00 J (JUv
Silk Roses i -g Q
Cerise, Jack and pink—new designs—value 50c. Monday, jJL V_ -
Plush Cossack Turbans j MONDAY Satin Top Sailors ) MONDAY
eiush° A9traka " an<l broadtail All the new colors, black velvet 1 ,44
I Values up to $5.00 tF (J V/ Values $3.00 j f|j! A"""
Large Ostrich Fancies iQQ n
Twenty new styles—all colors—values up to $3.00. Monday, f C
Large Piush Sailors MONDAY White Safin Hats MONDAY
Black, ecru, purple, navy, tan, shapes—about 20 all fo-
Values $5.00 Values up to $4.00 vO V
Black Ostrich 1 TQ^»
With white aigrette center—value $2.00. Monday, j , £
Finest Hatters' Plush 1 MONDAY Velour Flossie Allen MONDAY
Hats 11 Sailors
With moleskin brims, newest tri- f" nj| * a » • 1 .if H *
corue shapes. ■» I == colors " fip I
Value $3.98 J Value S 6OO J V-*
Gold and Silver Roses] New Velvet Poppies \
Values up to SI.OO j OOC High colors. Value $1.25 | D
Genuine Lyon's Silk 1 MONDAY London Sailors „ MONDAY
Velvet Hats >-00 A " silk velvet, broad brims, crush
Six best shapes. crown. f Tk I _ I
Value $4.00 JV/V/ \/ Value $3 QQ J JL
18=Inch Ostrich Plumes ) dljt QQ
Heavy flues, 9 inches wide—full curl—value $4.00. Monday, (ipJ. •y Q
All Hats Bought Mond
If trimmings are purchased here on Monday.
Ladies Extends Thanks for Liberal
Thanksgiving 1 Donations
The Ijadies' Auxiliary of the Harris
burg Polyclinic hospital exteuils its
thanks to the <ionors for the liberal
Thanksgiving donations received for the
benefit of the hospitaJ. The gifts, com
. ing from individuals and corporations,'
were more liberal than any other year
in the history of the institution, which
is considered by the ladies to be quite
1 remarkable in view of present condi- j
I tions at home and abroad.
The donations consisted largely
food stuffs, including considerably
canned goods. Gifts were received M
the homes of members of the la lie*