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MISS SARA LEMER
Miss Sara Lemer, a well-known violiniste of this city, is arranging an :
attractive program for her Spring recital, to be held April 20, In Pahne
stock Hall. The selections will include many charming numbers from the
difficult concerto to the lighter waltzes. Prominent people will be on the
list of patronesses. I
ARE WELL KNOWN HERE
Judge Alonzo T. Searle and Mrs.
Searle have left their home in Hones
dale and are spending a few days at
the Hotel Wolcott, New York, where
ihey are attending the opera and some
of the new plays. Mrs. Charles Dor
linger and Miss Dorflinger are also at
the WoJcott. Judge Searle is well
known in this city and has presided at
court here for Judge McCarrell.
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Books Sheet M usic li
At Decided Reductions
Just as soon as we can dispose of our stock in these
lines; we will close these departments. For teachers,
the profession and students there is an excellent oppor
tunity to secure the finest publications at almost what
they cost us.
Schirmer Library 60 % off
BOOKS—SI.OO collections <so^
Sheet Music (other than McKinley and Century 10c
editions) 2-3 off
McKinley and Century Editions
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For Margaret Douglass
Little Miss Margaret Douglass,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Douglass, of 1606 Derry street, had
the nicest of a party yesterday
afternoon in celebration of her sixth j
The children gathered at Miss Car- |
roll's kindergarten, Thirteenth and j
Market streets, where flags and flow- i
! ers were used in decorating. Games 1
and singing were enjoyed, iollowed by
a birthday supper. The large white
; cake was Iced in white and bore the
name of the small hostess in pink
The guests were the Misses Marga
: ret Douglass, Janet Kitzmilier, Eileen
Mercurrio, Mary Elizabeth Rich,
Edna Eggert, Elizabeth Shope, Vir-
Iginia Sauers, Genevieve Nissley,
I Helen Wright, Dorothy Lau, Emma
| Myers, Susie Myers and Carolyn Fink
'enbinder; Jerry Douglass John Laird.
I.uther Miller, Robert Gohl, Paul
! Kamerer, George Moore, Burchard
Milk Society Benefit
at Executive Mansion
The Modified Milk Society has se- !
I cured Miss Jean Wilson, of Washing- |
' ton, D. C., to give an entertainment of
"song, story and monologue" at the
Executive Mansion, Monday afternoon,
1 April 13, with vocal numbers on the
i program by Mrs. Roy G. Cox.
On the executive committee of the
society arc Mrs. Tener, Mrs. Olmsted,
Mrs. Francis Jordan Hal., Mrs. Ross
I A. Hickok, Miss Elise Haldcman, Miss
i Anno McCormick, Mrs. Jacob Lowen
sard, Mrs. Horace A. Witman and
1 Mrs. John E. Fox, Mrs. Joseph L.
I Shearer, Jr.
Miss Kathryn L. Coover, of Pine
street, is home after a visit among
friends at Philadelphia and Wlimlng-
I ton, Del.
Miss Almeda Jones, of Carlisle, has
been visiting Miss Helen Carruthers
at 1848 State street.
Miss Katharine Andrews, of State
! street, is home from Wellesley Col
! lege for the midyear vacation,
j Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jordan Hall,
of Front and Harris streets, are spend
j ing the week-end with Miss Edith
1 Walton at Orange, K. J.
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TELL EASTER TALES
AND BIBLE STORIES
Meeting of Story Tellers' League
WiD Be Full of
"Easter Tales" will be the subject
for the meeting of the Story Tellers'
League, held Tuesday evening, March
24, at 7.20 o'clock ill the lower hall of
the Public Library.
Miss Roberta Orth will lead and a
variety of Easter tale will be given
by Miss Emille Lett, Mrs. Fred Squires,
Miss Cordelia Brenneman, Miss Mar
garet McElwaln and Miss LaVene
Grove. Mrs. Bennett Carter will read
a letter from the president of a large
Story Tellers' League In a southern
university, and Miss Booker the presi
dent. will give excerpts from "The
Bible as a Story Book," written by
Richard Morse Hidge, of Columbia Uni
The story of the "Easter Habblt"
will be the theme of an informal dis
cussion on the value of the power to
visualize in telling a story. v
The April meeting will be held
Thursday evening April 16, when
"Symbolic and Mystery Stories" will
be In charge of Miss Margaret Latham.
Original stories and poems will be di
rected by Miss Booker on the same pro
Give Mrs. Harry Soaders
Welcome Home Surprise
j Mrs. Harry Souders, of Market street,
New Cumberland, was greeted by her
I Sunday School class of tlie United
I Brethren Church, on her return from a
trip to Baltimore.
I The guests had the pleasure of listen-
I lng to addresses by the Rev. J. R.
Hutchinson, the Rev. D. B. Rojahn, G.
W. Heffleman and J. A. Wttmyer. Re-
I freshments were served after music
| In attendance were Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Heffleman, Dorothy Heffle-
I man. Mr. and Mrs. M. 11. Hoerner and
; daughter, Claire; Mr. and Mrs. George
I Cook, Jr.. and daughter, Blanche: Mr.
land Mrs. D. E. Sipe, daughters Cath
| erincv Aline; Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Rojahn,
I daughter Lena; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
: Entry, daughter Dorothy; Mr. and Mrs.
I William Bankhart, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bixler, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Witmyer, Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Sickle, Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Prowell,
Mrs. Perrigo, daughter Thelma; Mrs.
Zeigler. Mrs. George Landis, Mrs. Cus
ter George, daughter Emma; Mrs. Em
ma Hon, Mrs. Becker, Mrs. Mrs.
! Elliott Wharton, Mrs. H. Shover, daugh
ter Myrna; Mrs. Walker, daughter Bea
trice; Mrs. Fetrow, Mrs. Andrews, Miss
I Frances Swortz, Miss Carrie Fleecer,
I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cook, son Brant'
Mrs. Dora Partheniore, the Rev. J R
Hutchinson, George Haverstock, Lloyd
Dougoij, Mr. and Mrs. .T. G. Davis, and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Souders and Delia
! Epworth Leagues to Hold
Big Union Meeting
| One of the most important of the
meetings yet held during the present
session of the conference will be a
union meeting of the chapters of the
Epworth League of the Methodist
i ohurcnes in Harrisburg and Us vicin
ity to-morrow night, at which one of
the principal addresses will be made
by Miss M. P. Trescott, deaconess ctf
the Slavic Mission at Hazleton* Pa.
Miss Trescott will tell the young
people of the work being done at the
Hazleton mission and will urge that
( young men and women interest them
selves in this phase of the church
work. The address of welcome will
jbe made by H. B. Saussaman, presi
! dent of the Grace Church League,
j Harrisburg. Other speakers of the
evening will be the Rev. Dr. John D.
i Fox, conference host, and the Rev.
J. H. Price, of Lewistown. Mrs. D. N.
i Miller, of Montoursville, will - sing.
I Chapters which will take part in
I the meeting will include Epworth
i Church League, Stevens, St. Paul's,
Ridge Avenue, Fifth Street. Curtin
Heights, Camp Hill and Grace. The
meeting will be held promptly at 6.15
o'clock in the Sunday school room of
the church. In charge of the arrange
ments is Charles 8011, Jr., of the
Miss Blanche Miller
Surprised at Green Hill
| Miss Blanche Miller, of Green Hill,
was given a surprise party in celebra
tion of her birthday, her parents ar
ranging the event. Pink and white
II decorations prevailed throughout the
i; house, with a centerpiece of Killarney
roses and pussy willows on the supper
Ca.'ds, music and refreshments were
er.joyed by the following ycnxng folks;
The Misses Pearl Hoover, Florence
j Stein, Helen Batten, Olive Klinepeter,
; Maude Arney, Phoebe Richards. Ro
maine Miller, Cleo Lusk and Blanche
Miller. Warren Mullinger, Robert
Cook, John Sansom, Anson Miller,
Frank Warren, Paul Hoover, George
'Buffington, J. Melvln, Harry Miller,
i Chester Luning, of Fredericksburg!
| Ky.; Boyd Hughes, Charles Livezev,
Mr. and Mrs. Miller.
Miss Hamaker Hostess
at Cards and Music
Guests last evening of Miss Ruth
Hamaker, of 1967 Moltke avenue, had
a happy time with cards and dancing,
with a course supper following. The
decorations of green and white were
appropriate to St. Patrick's day.
In attendance were the Misses Clara
Hilibish, Sara Michaels, P.essle Ham
aker, Edith Klinepeter, Jessie Dock,
Rose Cohen, Esther Boyer, Mary But
nett. of Lancaster; Rutli Hamaker and
Louise Stark. Jack Wilson, Henry
Brenneman, Thomas Miller, Charles
: White, Stanley Shuey, Frank Landis,
Kenneth Burtnett, Ray Cook, Fred
Davis, Charles Cooper, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Hamaker, Mr. and Mrs. Green
and son, Arnold Green.
MRS. PAUL B. WATSON
IS SHOWERED WITH LINENS
Miss Ruth Watson entertained last
evening at a surprise linen shower for
Mrs. Paul B. Watson, a recent bride.
Spring blossoms decorated the entire
house and many beautiful pieces of
linen were received by the bride.
A supper was served to the Misses
Gertrude Haas, Sara Jauss, Mabert
Markel, Lorena Larker, Ruth Fleck,
Marlon Wertz, Jane Jones, Helen Jean
Kulp, Mrs. S. A. Sullenberger, Mrs. H.
Sites, Mrs. G. Markel, Mrs. T. Sullen
berger, Mrs. G. W. Williams, Mrs. W.
C. Wertz, Mrs. E. J. Watson, Mrs. G.
Kulp, Miss Ruth Watson, Mrs. P. B.
Mrs. Edward F. Wurster, 1807 Mar
ket street, will be hostess to-night <for
the Young Women's Missionary So
ciety of Zlon Lutheran Church.
Miss Helen Markley, of 1915 Green
street, "entertained a Friday evening
embroidery club of which she Is a
member, last evening, at her home.
Otliw personals on pace 9.
DR. BRECKENRID6E I
Speaks at Fahnestock Hall on
"Woman and the
DK. SOPHONISBA BREOKENRIDGE
"Women and the Franchise" will be
discussed this evening at Fahnestock
Hall by Dr. Sophonlsba Breckenrldge,
| one of the best known educators of
the country, who comes here by Invi
tation of the Central Pennsylvania
Woman Suffrage Association.
Seated on the stage will be promi
| nent men and women of the city who
1 are Interested In the suffrage cause.
| There Is no admission to the lecture
and everyone interested is cordially in
vited to attend.
Elected to Positions
Frank B. Wickershain, of Steelton,
secretary of the Student Council of
Pennsylvania (Gettysburg) College,
has been elected to membership in
; the Pen and Sword Society. This is
pne of the highest honors a student
at Gettysburg can attain, only those
| being admitted who have distinguish
led themselves as leaders in the vari
, ous activities of college life.
| Lewis N. Snyder, of this city, now a
'student at Pennsylvania (Gettysburg)
College, has been chosen as an assist
ant editor of next year's college an
nual, "The 1y 16 Spectrum." Mr. Sny
der is well qualified to take up this
COVENANT CHOIR TO SING
The choir of the Covenant Presby
terian Church, under the direction of
Stanley G. Baekenstoss, will sing
Stainer's "Crucifixion" on the evening
ol* Holy Thursday,-- April 9. Thirty
voices will comprise the special choir
and announcement of the soloists will
I be made later.
Afternoon Bridge With
Mrs. W. Calder Metzger
Mrs. William Calder Metzger enter
tained at bridge Friday afternoon at
her home, North Second street.
A buffet supper followed the games,
with Killarney roses and sweet peas
gracing the small tables.
The guests were Miss Lorene Shelly,
Mrs. Robert Troup, Miss Anne Hut
man, Miss Mary Koons, Mrs. Joseph
S. Rinkenbach, Miss Fannie Dielil
Mrs. S. Reuel Sides, Mrs. George Por
ter Hammond, Mrs. Charles Lyter. of
Reading; Mrs. William Hammaeker.
Miss Marie Stucker, Mrs. James G.
Hatz, Miss Emily Frankem, Miss Elsie
Yount, Miss Katherine Darby, of Steel
ton; Miss Edith Troup, Miss Marian
Steiner, Mrs. Carrol Gould, Mrs.
Charles Kline, Mrs. Charles Troup.
Tea Follows Bridge
With Joint Hostesses
Mrs. John Fox Weiss and her sister,
Mrs. Robert Hatfield Irons invited
guests, to meet Mrs. J. Norman Sherer
of this city, and Mrs. Charles Ritter
Michael, of Washington, D. C., at a
bridge yesterday afternoon at Mrs.
Weiss' residence, 007 North Front
A tea followed the games, with Miss
Helen Espy and Miss Mary Jennings
presiding at the table, decorated with
pink snapdragon and ferns. Assisting
were Mrs. Edward E. Marshall, ot'
Newport; Mrs. Lewis Johnson, of
Steelton; Mrs. William Pearsor. and,
Mrs. J. Austin Brandt.
Penn Hall Team Dined
After Basketball Game
The members of the girls' varsity
team of the Central High school will
entertain the girls ol' the Penn Ilall
basketball team at dinner this even
The guests include Miss Dorothy
Custer, of Philadelphia, who chaper
oned the girls; Miss McGlnley, Miss
Lance, Miss Corllon, Miss Sheldon and
Miss Ailes. The Central high school
team consists of Miss Susan Shaffer,
business manager; Miss Edna Bowers,
faculty adviser of girls' athletics; Miss
Beatrice Hinkle, Miss Margaret Veld
er, Miss Clodlne Melville, Miss Wil
helmina Shaffer and Miss Helen
EMORY VXI) JOHN MILLER'S
CJI'ESTS AT RIVERSIDE
Emory and John Miller entertained '
a number of friends at their home
In Riverside Thursday evening. Cards
and music were features of pleasure.
Those present were: Mrs. Miller, \
Mr. and Mrs. John Swomley, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Wal-i
ter Sellers, Miss Edyth Martin, Helen
McClure, Margaret Trout, Mable Ship- '
man and Katherine Hoffman. C. Earl
Feese, Mervln Spahr, John W. Moore, .
Royal M. Shunk, Emory and John:
Miller. • I
Mr. and Mrs. Christian W. LynchJ
of State street, are home after a pleas- i
ure trip to Florida. '
Miss Emma Cohen, of 800 North
Sixth street, is home after spending,
several days in Baltimore and Wash
Mrs. AugusMne Wlest, of 237 Kelker
street, entertained a card club of
which she Is a member last night at
Asmcirs ASTRICH'S ASTRICWSASTRICWS ASTRICWS ASTRICWS I
1 AST RICH'S |i
I Our First Real Monday Sale %
1 WILL BE HELD W
\ This Sale will take in almost our whole stock of untrimmed Hats—the
a; majority of the stock comprising the very newest and best Hemp Hats
brought out this Spring—
-3 $3.00 and $4.00 Hats on Monday ££ _i e *
The balance of all the handmade Hats left over from 1111 1 .IX |
last Monday's sale |
1 Hemp Hats 88cts f££h" 8 ""'. $1.441!
i Black and all colors: newest spring shapes; ele- Finn quality Hemp; all the pretty new colors !
gant Hats for young girls. Including the newest sailor shapes.
I $1.50 Black 52.00 Black 5
§ Chip Hats .. . * Cts Hemp Hats ... 00 CtS
Nobby little shapes of fine soft chip. Fine quality—best hemp—nobby little shapes.
g $3.00 Hemp ™ Q Black Hemp
1 Hats 3>1.08 Hats . $1.44 |
You will be surprised when you see what beau- Silk crowns; about 30 styles; all the. newest '
tlful quality and swell shapes are in this lot. models. 3
| Special in Trimmed Hats (IM CC £
g Black handmade Braid Hats, with maline trimmings— al I 1111 2
jet and ribbon; 10 new styles; worth $3.00 |
Misses' Trimmed Hats d*o OO j
59 Handmade Hats of Hemp Braid with maline pleating— WfajfOQ j
flowers, ribbons, etc.; $5.00 Hats on Monday c/a |
£ Small Black Trimmed Hats OO s
Fine chip, soft finish, trimmed with ribbons and flow
co ers. Special styles for middle aged women. Monday w
| Silk Mourning Hats, Trimmed /?/? 3
F-i Handmade on Buckram frames; draped beautifully, D
showing the newest ideas in trimming. Monday ■ :
ASTRICH'S ASTRICWS ASTRICH'S ASTRICWS ASTRICH'S ASTRICH'S
Five Penna. Couples
on "Honeymoon Express"
Special to The Telegraph
Hagerstown, Md., March 21. —The
"honeymoon express" on the Cumber
land Valley Railroad brought to this
Gretna Green for Pennsylvania from
different sections of the State five
couples at one time, all of them going
from the courthouse to the altar.
Miss Sallie A. Wltmer, Middletown,
Pa,, and C. H. Erford, of West Fair
view, Pa., were married late Thurs
day evening at the parsonage of the
First Baptist Church by the Rev. E. K.
Miss Jennie C. Musser, of West
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Fairview, and Harry M. Loper, of
HarriSburg, were another couple unit
ed in marriage by the Rev. Mr. Thomas
at his residence.
Miss Sarali M. Trump, of Vera Cruz,
Pa., and Edgar A. Laub, of South
Bethlehem, Pa., were married yester
day at the parsonage of the First Bap
tist Church by the Rev. Mr. Thomas.
Miss Esther Sarah McCord and Earl
E. Colvin, both of Highspire, were
married yesterday noon by the Rev.
E. K. Thomas at his residence.
Miss Delia M. Wahn and Ross Shaf
fer, both of Harrisburg, secured a
marriage license here yesterday after
FANCY WORK AND CHAT
AT HOME OF MRS. MORETI,
Mrs. Clarence D. Moretz, of 194J
State street, was hostess for the A.
F. W. Club of the Fourth Reformed
Church yesterday afternoon. Afte£
fancy work and social chat, a buffe.
luncheon was served to the followln :
Mrs. E. M. Wagner, Mrs. D. Woll.
Mrs. Jj. E. Bowman, Mrs. G. L. Sar •
vis, Mrs. E. M. Smull, Mrs. H. Rutter.
Mrs. J. Seidel, Mrs. F. Benner, M«.
W. Sterlck, Mrs. P. Reynolds an L
daughter Jeanette, Mrs. H. Longen •
Mrs. Charles S. Lyter, of Reading,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs
John J. Hargest, of Cottage Ridge.