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Miss Sylvia Cover Entertained Her
Friends at Holiday Party
Highsipire, Jan. 2. —Lester Cover
has returned to his home in Madison,
Wis., after spending the holidays with
hie parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. \ . Oov-
Miss Sylvia Cover entertained a
number of persons at her home, W ed
nesdav evening. The decorations con
giotedof Christmas greens. After spend
ing a social evening, refreshments were
serve*! to the following persons: Misses
Martha Slicer, Esther Buth, Laura
Mooo, Harrisburg; Irene Downs, Steel
ton; Pauline Reed, Lebanon; Dr. Stew
art, Mr. McFarland, Harry Puner frock,
H*rrie>burg; Edgar Detweiler, Middle
town; Lcwteir and Carlton Cover. Hig'u
Clear ice. 13-inches thick, w<ts har
vested this week by local butchers and
ice cream makers. The frozen liquid be
ing cut on Good's dam, north of the
Elmer Stuart. Prankford, lud., en
route to Porto Rico, where he will be
employed as assistant chemist by the
Fajarro Sugar Company, spent Thurs
day with I)r. and Mrs. H. McDanel.
Mrs. John McDanel. New Cumberland,
•pent Thursday at the home of Dr. anJ
Mrs. H. McDanel, Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cannon aud
sons, Horace and Phillip, of Philadel
phia, were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. D. Buth. Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Grissimjer have
returned to their home iu Harrisburg,
after a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. E.
Miss Mina Ruth, Second street, is
spending the week-end with Harrisburg
Miss Sylvia Cover is visiting friends
Miss Pauline Reed, of Lebanon, spent
Wednesday and Thursday with Miss
Sylvia Cover, Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Attick have returned
to their home. 1911 Penn street. Har
risburg, after a short visit to Mrs. At
tick's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry-
O. F. Morrett and son. Armand, of
Harrisburg. were recent guests of the
former's mother, Mrs. Harry Mover.
Mrs. Harry Moyer is confined to her
bed at her home. Second street, by ill
Miss Beuiali Gore, of York, and Phil
lip 8. Gore, of Wimltoerg, spent ihe holi
days with their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joiiu Hoover. Second street.
Darwin R. Hoover has returned to
his home in Harrisburg. after a holi
day visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wolf and son,
after spending the holidays with the
former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wolf, High street, returned to their
home, in Easton. to-day.
Kathryn Attick, after spendiifc.; the
holidays with her grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Augustus Putt, Second street,
returned to her home. Derry street.
The following order of services will
be observed in the borough churches
United Brethren—The Rev. H. F.
Uhoad. pastor. Morning service at
10.15. Theme, "The Revival We
Need. Mrs. C. E. Hillis will sing at
this service. Sunday school ar 1.30. Y.
P. S. C. E. at 6.30. Union evangelistic
service wril begin Sunday evening un
der the leadership of Evangelist C. E.
Hillis and three assistants and will
continue for at least three weeks.
Church of God—The Rev. B. L. C.
Bacr. pastor. Morning service ar 10.15.
"The Revival. Why. How. Who?"
Prof. B. H. Re Her will siroj at this
service accompanied by Mrs. Redden,
the campaign pianist. Sund.u- at
1.4.*> Snu.lay chapel at 3! Evening
servire at 7.30. Union «ervi-e in 1". B.
church <>y Evangelist Hiilis and party.
Public Schools Will Again Besume Ses
sion on Monday \
Enola. Jan. 2.—PaJ'l Liitu. of Scrau
ton. has returned home after spending
tne past few days with friends.
W. R. MeXeal, of .South Euohi, is
on the sick list.
W. H. Beers, of Susquehanna avenue,
visited relatives in Perrv county, ou
John G. Erb. of Brick Church ftoad,
visited in Lancaster.
l*slie Webster, of Philadelpnia. is
spending the week with his parents on
Donal l P. Fisher has returned to his
home iu Harrisburg. after spending the
past several duv« with his grandpar
ents. -Mr. and Mrs. George W. Fisher,
on Wyoming avenue.
Herbert Custer, of Plymouth, called
on friend's here Thursday.
Mrs. J. H. Kinter, of Enola Road,
who has been seriouslv ill, is improv
•lames Maloney. car marker on the
easttbound hump, has returned from
Richmond, Va.. where he spent the holi
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Barnes have left
for Sun bury where they will reside.
' laude McMeen. ot BaJtimore. is
spending his vacation with his parents.
Elis C. Rosen berry has moved his
tamily to the Tulles- propertv. on Enola
J. W. Snyder spent Friday with his
family in Perrv county.
The public schools will open on Mon
day after being ciosed for The pa«t
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kauffman have
returned to their home in Juniata coun
w* alt f r ""ending several days with
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Brenner.
Mite Society Renders Program at
Shiremanstown, Jan. 2. —The Trin
<lle Spring Mite Societv of the Luther
an church met at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Clouser Thursdav evening
and rendered the following " program
•singing, choir. '-Tell It Out;" reading
of part of the 119 th Psalm, followed bv
a prayer by the Rev. Mr. Games, pas'-
tor of the church at that place; read
ing of the minutes, Miss Delia Myers:
selection, male chorus, "Thine I Am;"
recitation. Welthy Diller; reading. Miss
Kdna Poose; violin solo. Miss Jessie
Braught, of this place, accompanied bv
Mrs. Harry C. Cromleigh. of Meehan
icsburg, on the organ; recitation, (Miss
Evelyn Bowers; music, male chorus.
"Some of These Days;" reading. Miss
Di lla Myers; collection, Mrs. Joseph
Clousor donating |1.25 to the so
ciety; solo, Mrs. Harry Cromleigh, ac
companied by her sister, 'Miss Jessie
Braught, on the organ. The society
then dismissed with the Lord's Prayer.
Every one present wishes the iMite So
ciety* a happy and prosperous New
Mrs. Charles Weigel, of Harrisburg,
: called on Mrs. Pierce Feister yesterday
Mr. Leisman and daughter, Anna, of
Harrisfburg, spent a few days with the
former's daughter, Mrs. William Stans
Milton C. Feister, of Trindle
Springs, was a business visitor to this
1 place on Thursday.
Musical# in U. B. Church Enjoyed by
Linglestown. Jan. 2.—'Mrs. Jacob
| ("rich and daughter, (May, of Pleasant
I View, ou Wednesday were the guests
j of Mr. and Mrs. William Cassel.
The Rev. William Seigfreid. of York
! county. si>ent a few days of tiiis week
i the guest of 'his sister, Mrs. Alice
I R a buck.
Miss Jennie Spaugler. of Pleasant
i View, spent a few days of this week
the guest of relatives here.
Mrs. Charles Eisenhauer aud daugh
ter, Ethel, of Harris'ourg, spent Wed
nesday the guests of Mrs. Alt e Ra
, buck and W. G. Zimmerman.
Mrs. Johu Fox speut Thursday with
frieuds at Harrisburg.
Charles Reit'h is having his ice house
i filled with ice from the dam of H. D.
Koous this week.
Daniel Gnibb, with his family, moved
from the home formerly known as the
i Feeser home, to Penbrook on Wednes
A number of relatives an., friends
| from this place attended the funeral of
; Mrs. Josiah Lingle. held at Hunimels
| town on Thursday afternoon.
The musicale given by Miss Georgia
I Snyder and Lewis Zarker. assisted by
i Miss Sara Shriner, in the United Breth-
I ren church on Thursday evening, was
I well rendered to a large and apprecia-
I tive audience.
i Miss Priscilla Perkey is seriously ill
Miss Esther 'Mcllhennv and Miss Ma
bel Backenstoe, of llarrisburg, on
i Thursday visited friends here.
Johu Lloyd, of Harrisburg, on Thurs
| day evening visited friends here.
Miss Malinda Seihert, of Penbrook.
! is visiting friends here this week.
Mrs. Charles Beimert and daughter,
'Catharine, spent New Year's day with
1 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hain. at
'Miss Elizabeth Long. of Riverside,
and Mrs. Mvra Fuld, of Btitte Mont.,
spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Annie
Miss Anna Bietz, of Middletown, was
j the guest of Miss Sallic Zimmerman, on
Andrew Buck, of Harrison rg, s, etft
Friday with his mother, Mrs. Annie
Jchti Minima, of Piketown, made a
i business call here on Friday.
Annual Banquet of Liberty Fire Com
pany a Big Success
i Mtddletown, Jan. 2.—The annual
banquet of the Li'bertv Fire Company
proved a success and a very enjoyable
evening was speut. Covers were laid for
one hundred. A full turkey diuneir was
served at 10 o'clock. After a musical
program had been rendered addresses
were made by several members of the
company. At t.ie Rescue Hose Company
a sauerkraut sapper was served and
tully seventy-five were present. Prurts
of various kinds were also served. The
I Dark town i>and furnished music for rhe
| o a<ion. The drill team of the Union
Hose t ompanv held its first annual ban-
quel at tiio Windsor hotel last evening
ati I a full turkey dinner was served.
Several members of the Cumberland Val
lev Firemen's Association were present.
The Wineroft stove works, which gen
erally held the annual banquet at Phil
adelphia for ttheir salesmen, held the
event this year in this place. The sales
room was beautifully decorated for the
occasion. Cevers were laid for ten.
"harles Prizer. general manager of the
: iant in town, made the address of the
Mrs. Hawthorne, of Harris
burg. spent Thursday in town.
Quite a number of persons from town
viewed the Mummers' parade at Har
risburg yesterday afternoon.
Aaron B. Poorman, who died very
suddenly Thursday, is survived bv the
following children: Mrs. Bertha Frank,
Harrisfrmrg; Mrs. Daisy Brown, Miss
Catherine Poorman, Aaron Poorman,
Homer Poorman, town: Ham- Poorman.
Roy a Hon: three sisters, Mrs. Daniel
Sny ier. Palmyra; Mrs. Philip Hover,
Swatara Station: Mrs. Samuel Espen
shade, I'nion Deposit; one brotfiier, Har
ry Poorman, Union Deposit. The funeral
will be held fnwn the hoine of his sou,
\aron. Jr.. South Wood street. Monnlav
afternoon, with services at 2 o'clock,
which will be strictly private. Inter
ment will be made in the Middletowu
'Mrs. James Nagle is visiting relatives
The Rev. Joseph Weirich held watch
night services at the Stoverdale U. B.
-hurcth Thursdav evening.
The Cnjon drill team took part in the
Mummer?' parade at yester
Miss Fern Dasher is visiting friends
at Wilmington, Del.
The Week of Prayer will start Mon
day evening. January 4, in tfiie Presby
terian Church. The Rev. W. R. Riding
ton. pastor of the M. E. church, will
preach the sermon.
'Mr. and 'Mrs. Bruce Berry, who re
sided in town for the past year and
was employed in the furniture store of
H. 8. Roth, has gone to Shipoem'burg,
where 'be will have charge of a large
furniture store at that place for H. S.
M;ss Harriet Keever ha» returned
ho-me frem a week's visit to relatives
Lester Books, of State College, is
spending two weeks in town as the guest
The annual social and business meet
ing of the men 's Bible class of the M.
E. Sunday school was held at the par
sonage last evening. The following offi
cers were electel for 1915: President,
H. S. Roth; vice president, R. P. Ray
mond; secretary, >H. E. Moore; treasur
er, Wesley Ruby; teachers, the Rev. W.
R. Ridington, Prof. H. J. Wickey, .John
Grove and H. R. Brinser. After the
business was transacted, refreshments
were served. Addresses were made bv
David Giberson. H. J. Wickey, the Rev.
Mr. Ridington, N. C. Fuhrm'an and W.
G. Hean, of Hamburg.
Harold Covan and sister. Pearl, are
visitin 2 relatives at Columbia.
Airs. Henry Hippie and two daugh
ters, Esther and Helen, were at Lovs
HARRISBURG STAR-/y?)EPENPENT, SATURDAY EVEN INO JANUARY 2, 1915,
ville to-day, where the two children
will enter the Loysville Home The
former was accompanied by her * <.er,
Mrs. Charles Heist.
The hotel property and double brick
house of John Haas, Ann street, will be
sold at Sheriff's sale on Thursday morn
ing, January 7; also the furniture. Ja
cob Embiek has been placed there as
watchman until the sale.
At the regular meeting of Swatara
Council No. 858, Junior O. U. A. M..
held on Thursdav evening, the following
officers were elected for 1913: P. C.,
C. 8. Conrad; C. S.. M. Grundon; V. C., !
I>. C. Allen; B S., W. G. Schreinw; A. i
P. S., W. J. Johnstin; tiuancial sec re- |
tarv, J. 8. Boughter; treasurer. H. G. i
Kinsev; warden. Clayton Hoffman; I
conductor, J. Philips; outside guard, |
Clarence Londvke; inside guard. W. E.
Seiders; chaplain H. G. Kinsev; trus
tees, A. U Noel, W. J. Johnstin anil
Solomon Conrad: representative. \V. J.
Johnstin; alternate. C. S. Conrad.
Jacob Sides, of Rovaltou, spent
Thursday and Friday at Philadelphia.
Miss Esther Hatch, of Columbia, is
the guest of Miss Helen Kramer, Emails .
The Rev. I. H. Albright, pastor of
the I*. B. church, united in marriage ,
on Thursday evening at the parsonage i
on Spruce street at S o'clock Jerome j
If. Kinsev. of Hummelstown, and Miss;
Elsie Marshall, of towu. They will go I
to housekeeping at Steelton, where the I
groom is employed iu the steel works, i
William Hopkins is at l<ebanon. the j
guest of relatives.
Patriotic Order Elects Officers—Mr.
and Mrs. Eshenaner Entertain
Special Cor' espom.encß.
West Fairview, Jau. 2. —The Patri- [
otic Order Sous of America, Camp No. !
713, held their annual election or otli- I
i-ers on Thursday evening, with the 1
following result: Past president. Sam- I
uel Spurrier; president, i lyde Everhart; |
vice president, George Hoffman; master
of forms, Howard McAfee; conductor.!
H. R. Bowers; inspector, George Mey-.
ers; guard, A J. Shaull; recording sec- i
retaiv, Walter Hawmaker; financial sec j
retarv. John Seirer; treasurer, E. O. |
Hatfield; trustee for 18 months. U. C. j
Killheffer. A. L. Bretz was obligated )
into the camp.
Mr. aud Mrs O. K. Eshenaner gave a |
New Year's feast at their home on :
Stateroad street to the following of |
their many friends: Mr. and Mrs. Dan- j
iel Stiles, Edward Stiles, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Luse and children, Robert and j
Gladys: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shettel and ,
children. Marv, Rhoda and Esther.
Mrs. William Tenny and children, |
Dorothy and William, returned from a
trip of a few days to Philadelphia. \
The stork the homes of Mr.,
and Mrs. Amos kepford. Third street, |
aiul Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Hippensteel, |
A large number of citizen from this j
place enjoyed the mummers' parade in
The evangelistic effort between the |
Methodist and U. B. churches is pro
gressing. Two men asked i'or prayers ■
on watch night and one has since been
converted. The Rev. R. B. Bidlack will
preach the sermon in the l\ B. church
John Turner, of Philadelphia, is vis- }
iting his two sons here.
Mrs. J\ Lynn Elliott Entsrtains in
Honor of Bride-to-Be
Xewville, Jau. 2.—'Mrs. J. Lynn El
liott was hostess at a very pleasant
gathering at her' home o:i Big Spring
avenue Thursday evening complimen
tary to Miss K. Clover Koser, whose
engagement to Andrew McElwain was
announced two weeks Tiie guests,,
nunt'oeiiug forty, tendere.i Miss Kcser
a housekeeping shower. Refreshments
Harry Souders, of New York, has
been visiting here.
\liss Ra.,"nel Gracey, of -New Cumber
land, has been enjoying the holidays
with relatives and friends.
The Xewville basketball team won
iu a game played with a Carlisle team'
on WednesJav evening. The score was
20 to 16.
Miss Belle Duufee is visiting in
Washington, L>. C.
Miss 'Martha James is the guest of
relative* in Philadelphia.
Miss Helen S'ouller made a brief visit!
to i.Mechauics'ourg relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kiilian. Mrs.
M. W. Fitez, Mrs. E. W. James and
Raymond Siiulen'berger attended the fu- -
neral of Mr. Kiilian's sister-in-law. 'Mrs.
Samuel Kiilian. held at Lewistown on
The Rev. George X. and Mrs. Lauf
fer moved this week to SBteelton. where
Mr. Lauffer as-umes the pastorate of,
St. John's Lutheran dliurch. Mr. Lauf- ,
fer was pastor of the Ziou Lutheran
church iir- this place for four years and
was highly esteemed by his >
tion and townspeople.
Ice Twelve and Thirteen Inches Thick
Being Cut and Stored
Newport, Jsni. 2. T. H. Butturf
filled his ice house on Monday. Tuesday
and Wednesday with 12 and 13-inch
S. L. Baltozer, of tMifflin. was in town
Mrs. Edward Sunday, of Harrisburg,
spent Tuesday with friends in this place..
Miss Ada Hartzell. of Boston, visit-)
ed her Newport relatives and friends
!Mrs. Herman Snyder and daughter,
Ernestine, of 'Harrisburg, are spending
the week witli Mrs. Snyder's mother,
Mrs. William Wertz.
Mrs. J. Edgar Leibv is visiting her;
brother. Perrv 'Smith, at Philadelphia.
J. Edgar Leiby spent yesterday in |
iMillerfburg as one o+- tbi judges of t'he ;
Social Entertainment in Methodist
Church Thursday Evening
Special Cori esjjoniience.
Dauphin, Jan. 2. — A social evening !
was sipent in the lecture room of the ]
Methodist Episcopal church on Thurs
day evening. Music and recitations by ,
the little folks cn*l a solo by Mrs.
Edith S. Eby, were features of the pro- '
i:iram. Refreshments were served to
about sixty people. The latter part of
the evening wjs as a watieh night
service and as the N'crar Year was usher
ed rn the church bells pealed forth
The Rev. F. J. Morrow, pasUxr of the
Methodist Episcopal church, will begin i
revival services on Tuesday evening,
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