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'• v FOUNDED 1838 SI .50 PEK ANNUM. DEACONESSES’ CELE BRATION MR. AND MRS. JOHN SENFT, PLEASANT VALLEY. ENTERTAIN THE LUTHERAN DEACONESS AND MOTHER HOUSE. About three years ago Mr. and Mrs. John Sentt, of Pleasant Valley, con ceived the Idea of giving the Deacon esses of (he Lutheran Deaconess and Mother House, of Baltimore, n day’s outing on their farm six miles north of Westminster. The venture was so thoroughly enjoyed by these young ladies, and the official staff of the Mother House, and brought with It 10 much real heart compensation to their host and hostess, that it.was rjuietly decided, in the Senft home, to make the event an annual affair. The program was carried out last year by fixing upon a mid-week day in the midst or the abundant apple crop for which the Senft farm became widely known in 1920. There being no apple crop this year, or any other crop of unusual else on Carroll County farms, Mr. and ! Mrs. Senft selected a "week-end'' date for the outing, Saturday, September 1. Plans were ul last completed, and early Saturday morning, the large :j --lon truck of the Senft farm thun dered through the streets of West minster on Its way to meet that early train from Boltimore, before many town-folks had given any thought yet to the matter of rising and hegining the day’s work. Pretty soon the truck was rumbling hack on Its return trip, loaded to Its full sealing capacity with happy, vivacious, jesllcuhit ing indies evidently bent on a real "outing In the county.” A quiet count, by your correspondent during the afternoon, revealed the following persons here, there, and elsewhere gathered in hap py groups after the lavish spring chicken dinner, playing games, renew ing acquaintances, exchanging vaca tion experiences, or discussing church conventions, problems, or slated conferences; Dr. Charles K. Hay, D. D„ pastor of the Baltimore Mother-House: Sister Sophia, Matron of the Institution: Sister Magdalene, general utility mother about the Home and Die ligjng cyclopedia of Deacon ess Work and Woman’s Ministeries in 1 general In the Church . Slater Caroline Head of the Kindergarten of the Moth er-House; Sister Zorn, Matron of the Lutheran Hospice for C.lrls, in Bal- ; 11 more; Sister Christine, Inner Mis-’ ’-in Deaconess of the Maryland Synod; Sister Bertha. Sister Mary, Sister Mildred. Sister Bessie and Sis ter Theodora, all of the Mother-House, the latter three out in the Church us Deaconesses of Individual congrega lons. In the group was also a Miss Boss, of Mecltanlcshurg. Pa., Just en tering the Mother-House as a proba tioner. In addition to the truck load that reached the farm esrlv enough for the waiting breakfast of delicious hum nnd fresh eggs, other auto loads arriv ed later In the morning nnd these add ed their quota as ’invited guests” to the Deaconess event Among these guests were Hev, and Mrs. A C.. Wolf and daughter. Marlon. Hev. Wolf being pastor of the Senft family; Hev and Mrs. Harry D. Newcomer, Rev, New comer being the Superintendent of the* Inner Mission Society of Baltimore: Rev. anil Mrs, S. .1 McDowell, of the Third Lutheran Church of Baltimore, and regular "vacation guests" at the Senft home for the past four years; Miss (Aisle T, Blrely and Mr* J Blerly and daughter, I-ouise, from near Dnlontown; Mrs, Helen Bailey, of Baltimore: Mr. and Mrs. C Cordon Slegmund and daughter. Catharine, of Baltimore; Mrs. Claude Lawyer, ol Silver Run: Mr, Milton Senft. of Bal timore; Mr, and Mrs. William Starner and son, William; Mr. and Mrs, Har ry Senft and daughter. Eliza, of Sil ver Bun: Miss Anna Norv.-at, of Marl on College, Marlon. Va.; Clarence Welk. Misses Mary and Elizabeth Starner and Miss Agnes Masonhelm pf. The Senft family consists of the parents nnd their daughter. Annie, ft was, doubtless, In view of the fact that "outing" arranged for the Deacon esses came so near the date for the departure of Miss Senft to take up school life In Philadelphia, that the gathering was so large this year. The day was ideal, for weather con ditions, and the largo company thoroughly enjoyed the freedom of the large farm and of the hospitable Senft home. About the middle of the after noon the games and the conversation circles were again Interrupted, and the large company was again called to the dining hall to enjoy another spread; this time of Ice cream and cake. Then the large motor truck was again cranked nnd headed for Westminster Railroad Station 'Vlth slncerest exprcsalons of gratitude to host and hostess for the delightful outing furnished at their expense of thought, time and servlcd; find with many best wishes for the young daugh ter of the home for success In her work, nnd much real delight In her new school home in Philadelphia, the Deaconesses with school girl agility began to climb to their Improvised seats on the great truck. As Mr, Sentt, the happy chaueffer. carried the load down the sleep hill, from the farm yard to the main road, with the carefulness of real father taking his children to school over treacherous, ley roads, rumpled kerchievos. some what the worse tor the warm day’s wear waved not only a reluctant fare well to farm and family, hut to an other annual outing that had passed Into history. DEATHS. HARDING. Katie W. Harding, wife of Charles M. Harding, near Westminster, died at the Maryland (leneral Hospital. [ Baltimore. Monday morning, aged 60 i years. Services were held at her home ( yesterday at 10 a. in. Interment In Loudon Park cemetery, Baltimore, The survivors are: Hei; husband, Miss Gertrude Harding, Miss Esther Hard ing, Miss Catherine Harding, at home; Mrs Reynolds. Mark Harding nnd . Mrs. Hanna. Baltimore. Funeral ser- I vices were in charge of Rev. Arthur , C. Day, assisted by Rev. Edwards i Pallbearers were Walter H. Davis, J. , E. Stem, Dr. Charles R. rout*, Geo R, [ Gehr, J. E. Stoner and Harry P. Gor ! such. Harvey Bnnkard ft Son funeral , directors.. WANT/.. | George Z. Want* died nl his home near Pleasant Valley, yesterday of \y . phoid fever, awed 58 years, 4 months and 1 day. Funeral will bo held Sat urday. leaving the house at 10 o’clock with services at the Lutheran church. Pleasant Valley, by Rev. Wolfe. He | survived by his wife and the follow j Ing children: Edward. Clarence and Klwod, near Pleasant Valley: Mrs. Murray Myers, Mrs. Wal ler Haines, of near Pleasant Valley; Mrs. Walter Want*, of Marker’s Mill, and Denton, Monroe, I-conaril and Carroll, all nl home; three brothers, .John Want!, of Baltimore: Albert Want*, of Mayberry, and Elmer Want*, of Frizellhurg. and one sister. Mrs. Jeremiah Koontz. of Pleasant Valley. C. O. Fttsa ft Hon funeral til- j rectors. EVI-KR Mrs, Jane Kyler, wife of John W Eyler, of Linwood, died at the Mary- i land General Hospital, Baltimore. af-. ter an operation for n goiter In her neck, aged 42 years. 1 month and Zi days. She Is survived by three chfl- i dren. Wilbur and Edwin Eyler and Mrs Blaixen, of Linwood. Funeral services were held Monday) morning at Winter s church by Rev C. Bauch, assisted by Rev, Murray interment In adjoining cemetery, Pall- | hearers were Samuel Hoff, J. W. Ylng j ling. Samuel Fonts, Robert Tyler, Herbert Englar and Clarence Haines James M Stoner funeral director. | DoDKKIL J. Calvin Dodrer, a well known clt- j Izen of Carroll county, died September i 10, while on a visit In Oklahoma n< ’bronchial pneumonia, aged 57 years Funeral were held September 16. in IhiuKl church by his pastor, Rev Murray Ness. Interment In adjoining | cemetery. He is survived by his wife and two children. Abram Dodrer. of near Tyrone; Mr*. John l-emmon. of j Westminster; also three brothers, i Edward Dodrer, of Mayberry; William j Dodrer, of Westminster, and Harvey j Dodrer, of Llttlestown: also two sis tors, Mrs, ’Milton Hull, of York, and, Mrs Milton Bowman, of Hllver Hun I'ndertskcrs, C. O. Fuss ft Son, GRAHAM. Art’s. Mary A Graham died Seplem . her 14, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Calvin Wilson, of Keymar, aged 91 years. Funeral services will be held today at the Dome of her daughter, by Rev. Samuel Kepp, Interment in “Church of God cemetery. I’nionlown She Is survived by three sons and one daughter, Amos Graham, of .lottos vllle; John Graham, of neaf Taney- Itown, and Samuel Graham, of Den ver. Col.; one daughter, Mrs. Calvin Wilson, of Keymar; also 26 grand children and 32 great-grandchildren. I'ndertnkers, C. 0. Fuss * Son. KOONTZ. John T. Koont* died ut his home ml Philadelphia Wednesday, aged fib years. 9 months and 1.1 days Funeral services were held today at 5 o’clock at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Tun , eytown, by IRcv. L. 8. Hufer. Inter ment in Lutheran cemetery. He I* survived by his wife and two son*. Wilbur Koonlz and Franklin Koont*, both of Philadelphia. C. O. Fusa ft Son funeral directors, Horn. Mrs. Celia E. Boyd, widow of Jas. Boyd, died September Bth at the home of her son, Chas. G. Boyd, of Taney town, aged 68 years. Funeral services were held September 11, In Trinity Lutheran church by her pastor. Rev. L. B, Hafer, assisted by Hev, Guy P. Bready. Inlctment In Reformed cem etery. She is survived by two sons, Lewis 8. Boyd, of near Taneytown, and Chas. O. Boyd, of Taneytown; al so two slaters, Mrs. Knmp and Mrs. . Thomas. C. O, Fuss ft Son funeral dl i rectors. ('ROCHE. Mary A. Crouse, John street, diet! i Saturday, aged 84 years, 3 month* , and 15 days. She is survived by out I son. Harry Crouse, at home. Funeral f services were held Monday ul 2 p. m. i by Rev. Rupley. Interment at Krlder’t . cemetery. Pallbearers were Harry • | Morningstar, George Morningstar r Louis Burman, Charles Cootea, Wll . Ham Helm and Harry Smith. Funeral directors. Harvey Bankard ft Son. J —* FOGLE. e ; Wlllllnm Fogle died September 6 c at his home near Copparvllle, aged 911 b years. Funeral services were held In s Tfinttjj Lutheran church, Taneytown, i, |by his pastor, Rev, 1.. B. Hafer Sep -Itemher 9. Interment In Lutheran rem it etery. He was never married and leav - os therefore no Immediate family. One - nephew, Edward Fogle, and one niece, d | Miss Estella Fogle, survive. C. O. Fuss j& Son funeral directors. WESTMINSTER, MD, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 16, 1921 WEDDINGS. ROtHAR—CNQLAK , j Mr. Joseph H. Rothnr, son of Mr , (j Henry F. Kothar, of Miami, Florida, I, land Mlsa Mildred Knglar, daughter of n|Mr. and Mra. David Knglar, Jr., were P married at noon on Thursday, Bep n temher lath, at Woodslde, the home , of the bride, near Wevimlnster, Md. I The ceremony was performed hy . jthe Rev William C. Parrish, of New j ; Windsor, in the presence of a few 1 j relatives of the bride and groom. The house was elaborately decorat-; r ed hy Mrs. Cora Stouffer, of Now j Windsor, with native Bowers and with tropical palms and moss brought hy the groom from Florida. Music was! . furnished by Professor Fisher, of New I I Windsor, and Mr. Philip Royer, of! Westminster. The bride wore a, gown of white j satin and lace. Her veil was trimmed' . with orange blossoms. She carried a j . shower boutmet of lilies of the valley ji and while roses. Mrs. I) Roger Knglar. of New York i Pity, the sister-in-law of the bride,! wan. matron of honor, She wore a j , (Team lace gown and carried yellow : chrysanthemums. The bride’s niece.ji "I ■ H da^| ■ ii^B ■ ft su^B : ’..J.*’ % . en lar^H I-auer of A tesla, was the scene of a > prettV* home wedding. September 3rd. * when their daughter, Miss Hilda, was married to Mr. William Halo of i Hampstead There was many friends I !in attendance The ceremony was! performed by the bride s pastor. Rev Hoy J. Freeman, of Manchester. The t bridesmaid was Mias Anna Hauer, a f lister of the bride, and live •! man ■ was Mr Jacob Hale a brother of the • groom. The bride was alllred In s silk * gown and carried a bouquet of bridal s roses. Mrs Roy J. Freeman rendered itbe wedding march. After congralube t I lions were extended to the happy r couple an excellent supper was served Many beautiful and rosllv as v eil ns r j useful presents e,-ere received. Mr. and I Vra. diale vrlll reclde with the bride * , i pa rents. Both bride and groom have many friends here and elsewhere who wish them much happiness as they Bail down th? *ea of life. Married at noon, September LMh, In I the parlors of the City Hotel, Oettya- ■ burg. Pa.. by Bov. W.C. Kobtnaon. lo- 1 1 cal pastor of the I'reabylerlan Church, Miss Margaret Kllgaheth (!iggon--i and | I Mr. H. C. Banka. Mlaa Hlggons la from , jThurmont, and Mr. Banks, from Phil adelphia, I’a. Tbk hrldeamald was j Ml* Kllzabeth Jones, of Philadelphia.' i and the best man Mr, Win. M, Rckart. of Gettysburg. IV A number ,ot friends from Philadelphia attended the wedding Mr. Banka t* a traveling ! salesman for the Lawrence Puhllsh ilng Co., of rhiladelfMa. HOH* HIHKTTI.i; Ibinlel K. Bohn, cf fnlon Bridge l and Nellie 1,. Schetlle. of Westminster, i were married by I’.gv. Daniel O. Met*' lat Cnlon Bridge on September 3. - e gas. A> KNTHIMIAHTIC* AVD WKI.I, \T ri;>uh;i c<iii>:.\tio> The annual convention of the Worn rent 'tlon. After alt obiigalluns w.-ei •net fhtte was left in the treason * 1 neat little turn toward the entertain moot of the State Convention in "'eat minster. October 4. U and Mb. At 12 o'clock, as la the W. C. T. U. ‘ custom lira Hshrpcimduoedenoon tide deyollnnal, reading from the bib 11 chapter of (iullstlons after which a 1 r*ee*s -mill I m was taken. Tl< * Cu t o Bridg ■ ledies served lor a very , nominal sum. a delicious lunch to < verynne present The lunch consisted ( * of hot chicken, cold ham. potato chips cold alaw. (Head tomatoes, bread, j rolls, cake, Ice rream and coffee The afternoon session was begun with a devotional service conducted by Her. MrCaalin of Flnhsburg. Mrs. e Bowers read the minutes ot '.be I morning session which were adopted. Mrs. Lydia U, Smith welcomed the convent'on In a verV neat and appro priate address and In closing urged the ladles to seriously consider the fact that by the passage of the IHlti Amendment women are now really I and truly citizens of the great repub lic, but the privilege of the ballot had | increased their responsibilities many •times, and she urged the women to let I principle and not party or politics 'govern their actions, and by wise council anti jtldiclng Judgment prove that they are worthy citizens and by so doing prove to tnc world that the foiled Slates had taken a step forward In the right direction hy adding the U*th Amendment to the constitution Mrs. Kmory Kbaugli responded in a very fitting and appropriate way. The election of officers resulted as .follows: president. Mrs. i'hllena Fen , by, of Flnksbtirg: vice president, Mrs. i John Harris: corresponding secre tary, Mrs. I) F, Shipley; recording secretary, Mra. Blanche Magee of Mandyville. treasurer: Mrs. Luther Bare, of Westminster. Perhaps the moat entertaining fea ture of the convention was the exer cte given by the lajyal I-egion under ■■■Header ship of Mrs. (tussle Bllz- HH shim Ini. vjrl.-ri* ~t I ■% .i 1 la-sum tot the i Mid bo part ilescr 1 . > sp. i.il m< ni.u. ■Htedc. fed eie.it I re I,' II I. n Mi- Sensenpv wh , irslupd them |H- the children's rsm )•• Mr. ■ lose.l tie ( mvenll.'ll HI Dl .1 ■H for e.'n h per., r pn -Piil f > * rut, in Plllepr ~r ,11,. Hiipii.nl |H such men at tile polls who tlli ln -i law for Maryland Hmil Ifw M n -1111:1 ni l M II George I l.oiriiu-ir of Mm manufai lari r of D,e sell and pooler I t: I. < e ,r. af model in z Dip .tore f-.r •>'• .p . ! >1 ■■ . I ’ ■Hsirepl > it"'., op. n .t ill a line that ale t lie 1,. pool- In oho t. 1.1 i* ip..: KHH si its head I r BHH "-Sf "f "le • f e ■ a. one who likes Hie spoil. IIKNfN BATH TO MLKT. The County Central Comuiltlee of Carroll County, Is hereby railed to meet al Boyle's Hall, Westminster. Maryland, on Thursday, ffieptember 22. ; nt lb o'clock a w for the purpose of nrgsnUatlon. filling of varancles. snd the transaction ot any other mat ters relating lo Its work. By order of the Stale Central Cora roltlee of Carroll County. HHWAIIH I*. nWJtniOB. Chairman. ) Mrs Jacob Sent* spent the week's end with her daughter. Mrs. Andrew Graham. and family, of Lltlleaiown , THREE FIRES AT FINKSBURG rj ’ ■ TWO BARNS BURNED AND A HOUSE DAMAGED—ALL FIRES OF AN INCEN |j DIARY ORIGIN. “ ■ Finkslmrg cltlxens were aroused to 1 a high pitch over three fires that had ■ occurred there within the last week. , Friday night the barn of Hamuel Fra -1 zler. Sunday afternoon the Mansion House of Misses Fanny and Ellen ! (!ray and Tuesday morning: the new bank barn of Lawrence Hoyle. The fire of the Frazier barn was from an Im-endinary origin. It Is re ported that a man was seen striking a match at the barn and run. All the contents were consumed, except some harness. The loss Is partly covered by I insurance. Mr. Frazier was sitting on his porch when a neighbor notified him that his barn was afire. A fire of undetermined origin which , broke out at the colonial brick man -1 slon of the Misses Fanny and Ellen ' Cray. for a lime threatened to destroy the building. The Misses (irav were entertaining company when the lire' starting on the south wing porch, i which was destroyed, spread to the re-' ceptlon hall Fire companies re sponded to telephone calls for assist ' ance and ss*on after their arrival had the blaze under control. In the mean time residents of the neighborhood formed a bucket brigade and fought! the hlnze. The damage will lie about , $l5OO. covered by Insurance. The large bank barn on the farm of' ; Lawrence Isnyle was discovered on ;flrc about 4,45 Tuesday morning The fire la supposed to have started from a lantern exploding All his hay and straw with Mm bushels of wheal were consumed The loss will be $5OOO, The barn was used for his rows. His horses were kept In an adjoining barn Mr. iHtyle arose shortly utter t . o'clock and hung a lantern In the ' barn white he went to a pasture to drive In the cows. He had not gone far when the blase broke nut. and by ; the lime firemen arrived. It was be ! yond control. They succeeded In pre-, venting the (date from spreading In' adjoining buildings. The Westminster. Ulyndon and nelaterslown. tire onvpstiles respond-1 *d to all three of the (Ires and saved the adjoining buildings. Al the Hoyle tlra Westminster fire company was called back lha second time to put out smouldering debris which waa re kindled by the high wind. A line of hose waa run from a stream or water and the fire extinguished In one hour. Mr. and Mrs. Fern Weaver and Child, of Baltimore spent Sunday with , hla mother. Mrs. Nettle A. Weaver. TOL. 58.-NO. 13 COURT HOUSE NEWS TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE, ORPIAIS COURT, MARRIA6E LICENSES, ETC. . . i ORPHANS' (OI’RT Tuesday, September I.lth.—letter* |of administration on the estate of El- I m*r K. Yingling, deceased, were | granted unto Alverta M, and William 11 .1. Yingling, who received warrant to 1 appraise dad an order to notify cred j Hors. Annie E. and D, Oliver Millender, i administrators of Daniel H. Mlllen i der, deceased, returned Inventory of debts and reported sale of personal property. Edward E. Relndollar, executor of Edward E. Relndollar. deceased, rt ; turned Inventories of debts and mon i; ey. Laura V, Stansbury, executrix of Macajah Stansbury, deceased, set tled her first and final account. The last will and testament of Wll i Han Fogle, deceased, was admitted to probate nnd letters testamentary thereon were granted unto Havld C. ■ Nusbaitm, who received warrants to appraise and n order to notify credl i tors. Mary H Drown, executrix of Fran cis W. Brown, deceased, received an order to sell stocks and bonds. TRANSFER* OF KRAI. FSTATK Charles W. OreenholM and wife to Mints E (!, (irahain, 3 acres, for $250. Manchester Hank to Robert W. Car ter, PS square perches, for 11000. I nlon Bridge Banking A Truat Cn. 1 to Scott 0. Clemsoit and wife, tract, for $5, Vernon Kenny leister et al. to Ar tliuF L. Murray and wife, HOOO square feet, for $lO. Carroll O, Warebeim, trustee, to Daniel I’. Wlldasln and wife, tract, for $4OOO, F Irani Richards et al. In Milford B. Leister. 12 acres, for $125. Waller M. Carr and wife to Ouy L. Hanson and wife, 22 square perches, for $l ft o. NAKKIAI.E LKCNHFM Roger Hamuel Knill and Anna Mar garet Mercer, both of Lisboa. Md . Michael Frtagei Robinyon of AUi -1 tfthorii, and Edna Marie BIlMarU. of Westminster. Arthur I* Rtsnffer and Thelma A. Staub, both of Hanover. Edgar William Eyler 'and Naomi Marie latvell, both of New )Vlndsor. DEMOCRATIC WOMEN You must register and vote If this I . county Is to be controlled by the beat i thought of Hie white rare. Reglatra ition Hays, October 4 and 11.