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ALL THE NEWS OF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA TOWNS MISS HIM ADAMS ENTERTAINS CLUBS Grouch and Phi Delta Thata Mem bers Have Enjoyable Time at Home of Hostess PUNNING OLD HOME WEEK Williamstown People Preparing to Hold Big Celebration Dur ing Fall Months By Special Correspondence Williamstown, Pa., July 31.~-Miss Hazel Adams eritertained the Grouch and the Phi Delta Thata clubs at her home in West Broad street on Tues day evening. The time was pleasantly spent in music, games and recitations. The following program was rendered: Welcome. Hazel Adams; solo, George Bond; recitation, Mary Budd; trio, i Messrs. Bond, Barnes and Ralph; piano solo. Ethel Haskins, of Phila delphia; vocal duet. Misses Thompson and Budd; recitation, Alice Moffett; address, the Rev. Mr. Meixell; chorus by party, which included Md.ry Budd, Alma Byerly, Grace Thompson, Alice Moffett, Amy Moyer. Hazel Adams, Myrl Evans, Alice Conley, Ethel Has kins, Nellie Stokes, George Bond, Bry ant Ralph, Alva Barnes, Mark Walk inshaw. Deßay Meixell, Arthur Klinger. Max Byerly, Frank Miller, Tom Thompson and Elmer Adams. — Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Day, of Harrisburg, are visiting friends here.—Constable Enoch William transacted business at Harrisburg on Wednesday. Misses Myrl Evans and Alice Conley, of Shenandoah, are spending several days at the Adams home. Miss Carrie Blannlng, employed at the Capitol at Harrisburg, is visiting her mother, Mrs. James Blannlng.—Owing to the fact that the Fourth of July cele bration was a grand success, the citi zens are making great plans in regard to an old home week. The main topic of the day is "Boom up an old home week." iensMySl M id Clear Does Cuticura. The Soap to cleanse and purify, the Oint ment to soothe and heal. Samples Free by Mail Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the irorld. Liberal sample of each mailed free, with 32p. book. Addreaa "Cuticura." Dept. 26F, Boston. | Never Mind Huw Strong You Are— What d'ye Know? That's the point—"What d'ye KNOW?" 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English Branches Architectural Draftsman flvll Service Agriculture^ Structural Engineer Railway Mall Clerk Poultry Fannin. Building Contrnctor Bookkeeping PI umb , ♦ Concrete A" on struct lon Steno. A Typewriting Chemistry Mechanical Engineer Window Trimming Aatoinohlle Rnnnlng Name Bt. and No. City State Present Occupation ## SATURDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH . JULY 31, 1915. 400 ATTEND STEFFY ; FAMILY REUNION Big Relationship From Lancaster and Berks Counties Gathers at Ephrata Park FIRST AFFAIR BIG SUCCESS Steffys Rendered Valuable Service in Early Settlement of This Section of Pennsylvania By Special Correspondence Ephrata, Pa.. July 31.—Four hun dred or more people of the Stefty re lationship, mostly from Lancaster and Berks counties, assembled in the Eph rata park last Saturday in their first annual reunion. The affair was a big success and many acquaintanceships I were either formed or renewed. The Rev. Martin W. Schweitzer, of Eph rata, delivered an address in which he referred to the valuable services ren dered by the Steffy family as a whole in the settlement and growth of Lan caster and Berks counties, where many of the descendants of the old settlers reside. The reunion was an all-day affair. An executive committee was elected to arrange for a program for next year's gathering as follows; President, Sherman Steffy; vice-presi dent, Frank Musser; secretary, Martin Lutz; treasurer, Ellas Musser; B. Frank Stefty, Eli Stefty, John Stefty, j Hiram Steffy and Frank Steffy.—A re-' I union was held on Sunday last at the I home of Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Brendle, I in Ephrata, their ten children and all I their grandchildren except one being in attendance. Among those who at- I tended the gathering were the Rev. W. Scott Brendle and son Eugene, of Lemaster, Franklin county.—The Rev. W. Marburger, formerly of White | water, Kan., was installed as pastor of j the Reamstown charge of the Re formed Church last Sunday. The charge consists of four congregations, Denver, Reamstown. Bowmansville and Center.—Mrs. Lulu Shepard, a noted W. C. T. U. and Woman's suf frage speaker, of Salt Lake City, Utah, delivered addresses before largely at tended open-air meetings in Reams town and Adamstown on Tuesday evening.—Miss Long, of Annville, de livered a strong address in advocacy of woman suffrage in the United Brethren Church on Wednesday even- I ins.—The members and friends of the Luther League of Trinity Lutheran Church to the number of 125 enjoyed a moonlight walk to the Jacob H. Wlnley farm, one and a half miles northeast of Ephrata. PASTOR'S FIRST SERMON Malta, Pa., July 81. Miss Jennie L. Witmer, of Philadelphia, came home to spend several w'eeks' vacation. The Rev. Ira Goss. the newly elected pastor of the Reformed con gregation preached his first sermon here on Sunday. Monroe F. Phillips and family of Mandata were guests of William L. Kopenhaver on Sunday. ! Mrs. Robert B. Zerbe and son, Palmer, and her sister, Miss Florence Schlegel, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Schlegel of Herndon Sunday. , Track Foreman H. E. White of . Dauphin, visted relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Bonawitz, of Elizabethvllle, and daughter, Mrs. Stroub, of Allen town, were visitors at the home of J. M. Snyder of town Sunday. The Peoples' Thirtieth Annual Picnic under the auspices of the Lutheran Sunday school will be held on Saturday, Aug. 7, in Alrick's Grove, near Mahan tango. John Harris and family, of Berrysburg, called on his son. Nevin here on Sunday. Kay S. Witmer and William Thompson took in the sights at Atlantic City on Sunday.—The Rev. | Geo. E. Kopenhaver and family of j Red Cross, called on relatives here j this week. John E. Byerly and W. L. Zerbe of Dalmatia, and Charles H. Zerbe of this place, took an auto trip to Enola and Harrisburg on Wednes day. Fred Phillips of near Curtin, was in town on Wednesday. Personal News Items From Nearby Towns in Central Pennsylvania By Special Correspondence Dauphin. Mrs. J. Steinmet, Mrs. a L. Gabel, Miss Marie Holer, Miss Sarah Illiff, Miss Irene Illlgr, Miss Gertrude Von Krelda. Miss Anna Fidler, Miss Mary Moyer, Miss Grace Matthews, Miss Elsie Kreitzer, all of Harrisburg, are spending several weeks at the "Walahelm," along the towpath. Mrs. Elizaoeth Qerberich returned on Monday from a visit with her sister, Mrs. W. S. Manley, at Riverside. Thomas Kramer returned, to his home, in New York City, after spending the East month at White Han and with Ir. and Mrs. George Kline, of this place. Miss Ida Kothenberger, of Heading, Is the guest of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Frant*, at the "J3lde-a-Wee." — Judge James M. Shull, of New Bioom fleld, was in town on Saturday. Alfred Steese and Harry Davis, of Bal timore, are spending several weeks at the Dauphin House. Walker Mc- Carty, of Germantown, Pa., Is visiting Samuel and William Klnter, of Stony Creek Valley. Miss Elizabeth Poffen berger, of Sunbury, is the guest of her aunt. Miss Mary Umberger. Mrs. Johnson and daughter. Genevieve, of Hammerston, N. J., were guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Coble. Howard Bayley, of New York City, Is spending the week-end in town. Miss Myrtle Ball ets, of Norristown, returned home on Wednesday after spending a week with her sister, Mrs. Charles Lyter. Mr. and Mrs. John Kastor and John Sowers, Jr, of Wllliamstown, motored to th® residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Minsker, on Sunday. Miss Martha Louise Cresswell, or Harrisburg, spent the week with Miss Sabra Clark. Mr. and Mrs. John Hummel and chil dren. Howard. Ivathryn and Anna Bell, of Philadelphia, arrived to-day to spend several weeks with Mrs. Sabra M. Bell. —Miss Grace Mildred Wrigley and Wil liam Bell Clark, of Philadelphia, re turned on Sunday after spending sev eral weeks with Dr. and Mrs. William P. Clark. Miss Carrie E. Gerberich spent several days with Miss Helen Strayer, at Riverside. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Wallis and children, Virginia and Frank, Mr. and Mrs. George Lan dls and children, Emily, Marian and Robert. Mrs. E. M. Sellers and Donald Shaffer spent Tuesday at Hershey. Mrs. Samuel Van Kirk and children, Richard and Austin, of Harrisburg; Miss Cora Hoffman, of Carlisle; Mrs. John Shaffner, of Harrisburg, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Wor cester this week. Charles Singer, of Harrisburg, spent Sunday with his son, Wayne Singer. Miss Lulu Harley, Miss Sarah Harley, of Thomasville, Ga.. and Miss Maud Duffy, of Baltimore, are the guests of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fulton Stirling. Mrs. Edith Spayd is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Forney. Mrs. T. G. Sweltzer is seriously ill at her home, in Juniata street. Mrs. Charles Shaf fer spent Wednesday at Harrisburg. Miss Annie M. Webner is spenndin" the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Webner. Mrs. Jack Shay and son, Jack, and Miss Mary Steese, who were registered at the Dauphin House, have returned to Baltimore. Mrs. Adelaide Arnold, of Lebanon, is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Crouse. Miss Margaret PofTenberger returned to her home, at York, yesterday. Mrs. Harvey A. Bender and daughter, Elsie, of Phoenlxvllle, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Bender. Thompsontoivn. Miss Ethel Mc- Curdy. of Hollidaysburg, was a guest at the home of Willam Colyer. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Gross and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Schlegel motored to Altoona and spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Sue Keplar. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelster and daughter, of Harrisburg, and Miss Nellie Kelster, of New Cumberland, were week-end guests of Mrs. J. G. Haldeman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- Farland, of Williamsport, spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Carvell. —Mrs W. R. Long spent two days with Mrs. John Wagner, at Center. Perry county. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. M. Kep lar, of Mount Union; Mrs. Kate Roush and daughters, of Wllliamstown; Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, of Harrisburg; Glen Colyer. of Lancaster; Mr. and Mrs. James Leyder and family, of Port Royal; Caleb Graybill, of Llnglestown, were here attending the funeral of Mrs. Jacob Leyder on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Haldeman and little daughter, of Wilkes-Barre, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Haldeman. at The Bunga low. Mr. Crowther, of Oak Lane, Philadelphia, spent Saturday and Sun day with his daughter, Mrs. E. S. Thompson. Sellnsgrove. —C. H. Zeigrler, an ex aminer for the Interstate Commerce Commission, of New York, spent Sun day at the home of his father-in-law, W. E. Houseworth. Mr. and Mrs. D. Edwin Dltzler have returned to the home of the latter's father. R. E. Reaarer, where they will spend several weeks. Mrs. George R. Fisher and children left for their home. In Indian apolis. Ind.. after spending two months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kelser. Mrs. Ed. Heftelflnger and daughters, Grace and Naomi, left for Williamsport. where thev will visit Mrs. Hpffelfln(?er's brother, George Feehrer. —Mrs. Annie Holshue and daughter, Helen, returned to their home, in High street, after spending the week at Htimmel's Wharf. Mrs. S. F Noetling returned to her home. In Tiffon, Ohio, after spending several months here with her mother-in-law. ■— Mrs. Howard Doebler, of Harrlsburg, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith. Mi-.s Ruth Knepper returned to her home, In Orwigsburg, after spending a week with her cousin, Mrs. Foster Ben fer. Mlllerstown. Edgar T'lsh returned home fom Philadelphia, where he will spend his summer vacation. Miss ; Ethel Rlain is visiting friends »t Lew- Istown. Mr. and Mrs T. P. Cathcart I and daughter, Zella, Mrs. Irvin Crane and Miss Margaret Bollinger automobil ed to Harrlsburg on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Branyan are visiting Dr. Harrv Smith at Acosta. Miss Cora Rrandt, Mrs. William Moore and son. Harold, and Miss Jessie Kinn were Har rlsburg visitors on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Iceland Rounsley, of Altoona, | are the guests of Mr. Rounsley's pa j rents. Mr. and Mrs. James Rounsley. Misses Margaret Cook and Grace Ella I Allen, of Harrisburg, are visiting their aunt. Miss Ella Tvson. Mrs. William Bollinger spent Wednesday in Marys ville with Dr. and Mrs. Walt Snyder.— Misses Margaret and Sidney Arndt, of Rockville. are visiting their uncle, Morgan Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dlmm and children, of Springfield, Mass.. are visiting Mr. Dimm's father, Lewis Dimm. G. D. Taylor is visiting I his son. Dr. Banks Taylor, at Read ing Fulmer E. Crane, of Harrlsburg, | is the guest of his uncle. Trvin Crane. — ! Mrs. Hoyt Johnson and daughter. Anna T,ncey, of Ralston. Va.. snd Miss Hazel Lauver, of McAlistersville, are guests at the home of O. D Wingert. Miss Helen Henwell. of Albanv. N. Y., and , \Tr and Mrs. W. H. Burrell of Reccoon Valley, were guests of Thomas Van Kirk, this week. William Klpp and Aunt Este's Stories For Children THE ADVENTURES OF FAIkV SILVERWINGS Well, the next thing poor Sllverwlngs knew, little one—' Sllverwlngs visits the Chickens She saw the red face of old Uncle Sun At last SUverwings was left quite alone; A-peeping right over those dear eastern hills— Alone on the bureau in the Giant's queer home. (To see him right there quite gave her the thrills!) The Giantess Mother had gone down to tea— She was lying alone in a terrible place. The shadows were creeping—'twas dark as could be. Where the maid had thrown her last night on her face; Sllverwlngs thought "could I Just reach that bed Quite stunning her—there she had laid in a .faint— And there once pillow my tired, aching head. Indeed It had been too much for a saint How glad I would be. But I guess I am afraid—" The way she'd been treated. Just because the wee clover Just then there entered a prim little maid Ty ag withered they'd toppled her over and over Who laid back the covers with exquisite care, Into the chicken yard, 'long with some garbage, And stood by the bedside a beautiful pair Do you wonder, my dear, she was boilln' with rage. Of boudoir slippers—so dainty and blue—j jutg t then up above her a loud "cock-adoo!" Then out of the door she started to go— , Then down a queer ladder with strange hullaboo When she suddenly spied the clover, and lo! Came trouplng a group of unmannerly birds. She came bouncing back "This old faded thing Who picked and who pecked in a way most absurd! Must be thrown out—l hope that gnat fly won't sting!" Watch for the Next Adventure of Fair Sllverwlngs. Well-Known Resident of Annville Celebrates His Eig'hty-Seventh Birthday W- ANDREW KREIDER By Special Correspondence AnnviUe, Pa., July 31. Andrew Kreider, one of the oldest and most prominent men in this town, quietly celebrated his 87th birthday anniversary recently at his home in East Main street. Mr. Kreider is a direct descendent of the Kreiders that came to this part of the country from Switzerland in 1682. He is a half brother to A. S. Kreider, being born in the same room as the Congressman. Mr. Kreider attended the Annville Academy, now Lebanon Valley Col lege and at the age of 17 he went into business for himself. For seventeen years he was engaged in the lumber and real estate business in Illinois. During the past years he has been In terested in the grain markets of this country. He is president of the Ann ville National Bank, acting in that capacity for the last forty years. He is one of the best-known churchmen in Lebanon county. daughter, Sara, and D. M. Rlckabaugh and daughter, Kathryn, spent a day at Port Royal with Samuel Beaver and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Parson. - Mr. and Mrs. Milton Attic, of Tyrone, are visit ing Peter Attic. Mrs. Ida Shover left Tuesday for Philadelphia and Harris burg, where she will visit relatives. Misses Laura and Mary Crane are the guestß of Mr. and Mrs. John Ward. Charles Kepner, of Allentown, is spend ing several weks with his grandfather, Levi Kepner. Mrs. Anna Eckels, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Rounsley and son, Ed gar, Misses Edith Roujisley, Kathryn and Sara Rickabaugh spent Wednesday at Tuscarora. Horry* burn. Mrs. Hoover and lit tle daughter, of Hublerburg, are spend ing some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blngaman. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell are spending the week at Dornsife. John Daniel, of Dykens, was a caller in town on Monday. Ed ward Monta, of Philadelphia, is spend ing some time at the home of Peter Deibler. Roscoe Daniel made a trip to Klingerstown, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Snyder, Mrs. Benjamin Enders, of Ender»; Mildred Enders, of Halifax, were Sunday visitors at William Bow man's. Charles Hennlnger and fam ily, from Wlconlsco, spent Sunday with his father, Isaac Henninger. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bingaman and daughter, Arlle, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Minnich autoed to Mt Gretna, on Sunday. Professor and Mrs. Ralph Henninger, of Tamaqua, are spending some time with Jacob Henninger. Mrs. Wrehry and grand daughter, of Lykens, were callers at the home of Mrs. Samuel Snyder, re cently. Mrs. Perry lieboch and two children visited at Harrisburg. Mrs. Kate Deibler is visiting at Locustvllle. —Mrs. David Klttenger, of Philadelphia, was a visitor at the home of M. S. Daniel over Sunday. Mrs. George Rnwe and children, of Philadelphia, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Hannah Moyer. Mrs. Ida Carter, of Williams port, is spending some time with her aged mother. Dalmatln. Miss Fietta Spotts, of Wllllamsport, is visiting relatives here. —Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Lutz and son. L.ea, of Harrisburg, are visiting Mrs. Lutz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Wold. Miss Sarah Kebach spent several day* at Sunbury. Harry Heckert. of Forv Sam Hounston, Tex., re-enllsted and has returned to his post. Galen Lahr and son. Charles and wife visited Mrs. Lahr in the Medico Chi Hospital, at Philadelphia. Lenore Watts, of Har risburg, is visiting relatives here. ; Mr. and Mrs. Keeler and daughter, ! Frances, of Trucksville. are visiting: I the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 M. Wlest. Daniel Keller, of Girards- I vllle, is visiting at the home of J. F. Byerly. Miss Rachel Mochelin, of Sunbury, is visiting relatives here. H. A. Deibert and brother, Robert Zeig ler and James L«hr took in the excur sion to Atlantic City on Sunday. Plketown. Mr. and Mrs. Brook Pletz and daughters, of Progress, spent several davs with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Potteiger. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eber sole on Sunday visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rafsey, at Schafferstown. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Boyer, of Washing ton. D. C., were recent guests of Ed ward Rhoads. William Brown anu Miss Pricllla Ramsey spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pletz. In Fishing Creek Valley. Wiliam Umberger, of Hanoverdale, visitetl Mr. and Mrs. Brook Umberger, on Wednesday. Norman Shepler, of Dauphin, is spend ing some time with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shepler. Miss Lvdia Forney, of Harrisburg, was the giiest of G. W. Fox and family, this week. Thomas Ramsey and Miss Lu ella Gastrock spent Wednesday with Mrs. Mayme Cassel, at Llnglestown. Miss Irene Sweigart spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bufflngton, near Danphin.'— Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Straw, of Penbrook, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Straw. W. C. Guth, after spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. William Pletz, re turned to his home, at Philadelphia. AVormley«burnr. Miss Edna Eckeri has returned home from a trip to Ni agara Falls and the Thousand Islands. —Mrs. Wesley Gelger entertained her sister from Reading, on Tuesday.— T.he Rev. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Renshaw. Mrs. George Derr and two children. Irene and Olive, of Crumlyn, motored to Junior Rotarians Are Camping at Elizabethville Eliza be thvllle, Pa., July 31—Samuel F. Hosterman spent several days at Philadelphia and Atlantic City.—Allen Lehman, of Philadelphia, spent several days with Mrs. Sarah J. Snyder.— Campmeetlng opened on Tuesday even ing with a stirring sermon by the local United Brethren pastor. The Junior Rotarians of Harrisburg occupy quar ters on the grounds. Miss Marion Lloyd, of Camden. N. J., is the guest of Mrs. Jonas Swab.—Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stine, of Hershey, are guests of Mrs. Mary Romberger.—The Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Wehr are spending several weeks with their parents near Allen town.—C. S. Roshon. of Philadelphia, a former photographer at this place, spent the week with Isaiah Speck.— Galen Naylor and family, of Harris burg, spent several days with Dr. W. E. Naylor.—Mrs. Lizzie Ousterhout left for her home at Salamanca, N. Y., on Tuesday.—Miss Emma C. Weaver, of Germantown, is spending several days with her mother here.—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walters, of Camden, N. J., are guests of Mrs. John Schreiber.—lsaac 1. Miller and family, of Lemoyne, are visiting the former's parents and oc cupy a cottage on the camp grounds. —Mrs. Stroup is entertaiinng her cousin. Mr. Shallenberger, of Philadel phia.—lsaiah T. Buffngton and son Lewis are home from a trip to the Psnama Exposition.—Miss Olive Ro mig, of Harrisburg, spent the week wtih her mother here.—Mrs. C. R. Stroup, of Allentown, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bonawitz.—The Evergreen Club held its annual picnic on Mountain Crest on Wednesday. Otterbein Guild Entertained at Home of Mrs. C. A. Funk Halifax, Pa., July 31.—Mrs. C. A. Funk entertained the members of the Otterbein Guild of the United Breth ren Church at a porch party at her home in Third street on Monday evening. J. M. Grove spent several days at Philadelphia and New York. —Mr. and Mrs. Anson Devout and daughter. Miss Dorothy, of Harris burg. and Miss Nellie Hoffermaster, of Reading, autoed to the home of Mr. .and Mrs. W. P. Bitterman on Sunday. —Mr. and Mrs. George Bressler, of Norristown, spent Sunday with his brother, Ryan Bressler. Miss Jean- I ette Young, of Williamsport, who had ! been visiting her great-grandmother, Mrs. Albert Loomis, returned home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Zimmerman, of Jackson township.an nounce the birth of a daughter, Mon day night. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rettlnger and son Russell, of Luck now, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elias Rettinger. Harry Sheetz and family of Enola spent Sun day at the home of Cornelius Enders. —The Rev. G.W. Hess of Northmamp ton. paid a visit to his former charge here this week. Miss Ellen Calder of Steelton. is visiting her grand mother. Mrs. Ellen Bishoff. Prof. tW. G. Rice, of Mechanicsburg. son-in law of Prof. S. C. Beitzler of this place i has been named as assistant superin tendent of the. Cumberland county schools.—lsaiah Fetterhoff returned to his duties at Harrisburg on Tues day, after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fetter hoff, in Halifax township. Owing to the hot weather the Halifax Brother hood will not hold any more meetings until the first Sunday afternoon in September. C. C. Lodge, of Shamo kin, is spending several days with his brothers. William and A. L. Lodge.— Mrs. W. W. Bottomstone. of Colgate, ! Baltimore, Md„ is spending a week jwith her uncle, J. C. Marsh in this | place, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I George Hoffman, near Deitrich. Prof, and Mrs. S. C. Beitzel spent the week ! end with their daughter, Mrs. W. ! Rice, at Mechanicsburg. On Monday jthey accompanied the Rices, and their sons, John Beitzel, of Carlisle, and : Frank Beitzel and family of Camden, |N. J., to the Rice cottage at Bellaire i Park, where they all will spend a few I weeks. BIG HUCKLEBERRY CROP Rife, Pa., July 31. Ray Lenker and Byron Forney are employed on the State road. Mrs. J. A. Landen slaprer of Pillow, Is calling on her brothers, John and Aaron Strohecker. A number of people are taking ad vantage of the big huckleberry crop at Berry mountain. Sunday was a big day at Elizabethville campmeet lng. J. E. Forney and family spent last. Sunday here. Lewisburg on Saturday to visit Mrs. Derr's mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hippie are at Williamsport visiting Mr. Hippie's sisters. Mrs. J. Hemer spent Tuesday at Harrisburg, the guest of Mrs. Ricker. The Rev. G. B. Ren shaw Is at Lancaster attending a tent meeting. The Ladies' Aid Society, of the United Brethren Church, will hold an old-fashioned festival this evening. Unlonn Deposit. —Mr. and Mrs. Philip Arnold, of Philadelphia, were the guests of Mr. Arnold's sister. Mrs. John Schlepfer. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kaufman and children, of viisted Mr. Kaufman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elias Kaufman, on Sunday. Mrs. Charlotte McCauley, of Lebanon, Is spending several weeks with her sis ter, Mrs. Ella Spotts. Sterling Peif fer. sister. Ruth, and Miss Bertha Ging rich and Miss Lillian Crum spent Sun day at Mt. Gretna. Jonas Ebersole, of Bachmansville, visited his sistei, Mrs. Emma Forry, on Sunday. Mrs. Frank Spotts spent Saturday at Har risburg. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Landls, of near Progress, visited the former's father. Solomon Landls, on Sunday. J. Seabold and family, of Harrisburg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fran* Spotts, on Sunday. Mrs. Henry Miller and son, Harry, spent Sunday at Pal myra, visiting Mrs. Miller's brother, Ed ward Spang. Mrs. Emma Shearer, of Illinois, is spending some time with her mother, Mrs. David Smith. Miss Vera Scliuber, of Steelton, after spend ing a few weks with her sister, Mrs. Ralph Ebersole, returned home. Miss Maud Stauffer is 111 with typhoid fever. —Mrs. Lizzie Baum. of .Hanoverdale. is spending several days with her brother Josenh Etter. Miss Kathryn Patrick, of Camnbelltown, spent part of the week with her grandparents. WATERMELON PARTY FOR GIRLS' FRIENDS Misses Mary and Anna Midous Give Entertainment Attended by 150 Guests MUSICAL PROGRAM RENDERED Surprise Party Held in Honor of Miss Gourly at Her Waynes boro Home By Special Correspondence Waynesboro, Pa., July 31.—Misses Mary and Anna Midour entertained a large number of friends s,t a water melon party Tuesday evening. There were 150 guests; included in the musi cal program were a number of piano and mandolin selections by Misses Jean Allen and Matilda Ritter, of Harrisburg. Those from a distance were Miss Mary Telburt and Miss Clara Brandt, Washington, D. C., Mrs. C. E. Cross and Miss Minnie Cross, Balti more; Misses Jean Allen and Matilda Ritter, Harrlsburg. Mrs. W. H. Snyder and daughter, Mrs. H. S. Weag ley anfl Master Gordon Weagley, left this morning for Atlantic City. —. Elmer Smith, Benjamin Heffner, Jno. N'eal and Percy Lesher are on a motor ! trip to Gettysburg and Harrisburg. N. Bruce Martin, editor of the Daily Herald, and sisters, Mrs. M. M. Gar ver, of State College, and Mrs. M. E. Lowe and Mrs. J. B. Fisher, of Way nesboro. and nephew, David M. Gar ver of State College, attended the one hundredth anniversary celebration of I the building of Henry B. Angle's man sion at Welsh Run on Wednesday. I Mrs. Harry Krepps has returned from ; Altoona. She was acompanied by Mr. I and Mrs. W. H. McEldowney, who ! will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I Krepps. Mrs. Anna Kell, of Car lisle, and Miss Mabel Souders, of Har | risburg, are guests of J. W. Smiley. l Misses Marion Niddison and Margaret I I-.utz left this morning for Harrisburg where they will spend their vacation. Miss Blanche Goodfellow, of Hol lidaysburg, is visiting Miss Margaret Boggs. A delightful surprise party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Gourley in honor of their daugh ter. Those present were Misses Grace Mickey, Martha Morganthall, Mary Kauffman. Idella Stevens, Marjorie Gourlev, Nora Rodgers, Mable Justice, Pearl I-.ee, Thelma Baker, Faith Blair, C.. 11 Blair, Gertrude Blair, Eva Jus tice. Messrs. Clarence Daywalt, Clarence Morganthall, Harlin Clapper, Clarence Bare, Harry Rock, Harry Mc- I Corney. Charles Lee, Grant Kauffman, | Hary Justice, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne | Kriiier, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kenneper, | Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Blair. Open Air Meeting at Old Railroad Station By Special Correspondence Duncannon, Pa., July 31. Miss Millie Boyer is the guest of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyer at Carlisle. Charles Boulers and son of Philadelphia, were here on [Wednesday. Miss Sara Fannel has j returned to her home at Harrisburg • after a visit to the Misses Pauline and i Helen Sommer. Samuel Mlchener, I a stenographer at the Middletown j Car works, is enjoying a vacation at I his home. here. Ray Zeigler of j Rock RifT, N. Y., visited relatives here during the week. —-Mrs. Nelson Foun tain, of Shiremanstown, is visiting friends at Roseglen.—The Young Peo ple's Societies o fthe several churches will conduct an open air meeting jat the old depot of the Pennsyl vania Railroad Company in. the lower I end of town on Sunday evening at 6.30 o'clock. The missionary so- S ciety of the Church of God will ren- I der a special program Sunday even ing. Charles Zerfing, of York, was called home the beginning of the ! week on account of the serious illness 1 of his mother. Mrs. Rebecca Zerflng. j Mrs. Ellen Woods has returned to ! her home at Newport after a visit to her son Charles Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bernheisel of Green Park, ! visited the parents of the latter, Mr. ! and Mrs. Luther Fritz, this week. William Jennings, Jr., is spending j sometlr le in Atlantic city. QUARTERI jY CONFERENCE By Special Correspondence Slicplicrdstown. Pa., July 31.—Miss Helen Sowers is spending several weeks at New York city.—Mrs. Eliz abeth Schaeffer has regained her ! health sufficiently to be moved and I will spend some time with her sister, Mrs. Mary Shetter. at Harrisburg.— G A Berkheimer entertained on Sun day the following; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fetrow, Sr., and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fetrow, Jr., all of Linglestown, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Rider, of Mechanicsburg.—Paul Knouse left for Carnegie, Pa., where he will spend the summer.—Mrs. Wal ter Shermans, of Philadelphia, is visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Weber. —At the fourth quarterly con ference in the United Brethren Church, presided over by the conference su perintendent .the Rev. W. H. Wash- Inger, T). D., of Chambersburg., R .A. Kuhns was elected delegate to the annual conference at Baltimore, Oc tober 6. Wilmot C. Ogle was elected alternate. —Harrison Brown, of New Cumberland, spent Wednesdav with bis father-in-law, Henry Crumlelgh.— Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wilson and son, of Lemoyne, spent several days with Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs. James Crum lelgh. BOARDING HOUSE OF LADIES'! SOCIETY Dillsburg Church Women Will Con duct Place During Granger Picnic at Williams Grove CONCRETE WALK TO CEMETERY Citizens Contribute Money For Improved Road From Bor ough to Burial Place By Special Correspondence Dillsburg, Pa., July 31.—The Ladles* Aid Society of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will again conduct a boarding house in Williams Grove during the Grangers' picnic next month. This organization conducted a similar en terprise for the past two years. El mer Zinn of Gettysburg road, had his left foot badly injured in a fall while working on the Camp Hill school building. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reiver, of York, were .guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. 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