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RECEPTIONS, PARTIES. WEDDINGS. ANNIVERSARIES
CANNON USED
TO TEST POWDER
Aetna Explosives Company
Has Big Gun at Plant for Ex
perimental Purposes
BUILDING NEW THEATER
Let For $35,000 Struc
ture; Young People Start
on Western Trip
Mt. Union, Pa., June 17.—Children's
Day services will be observed to-mor
row in the Presbyterian church.—
Friday evening, June lfi. Dr. H. J.
Whalen, of Salisbury, Conn., gave his
famous lecture "Tho Sunny Side of
Life" in the Baptist church. Dr.
Whalen is now pastor of a church of
1,000 members of New Castle, Pa.—
Four popular young people left for
|the West Monday in the persons of
Miss Mary Culver to visit friends at
•Phoenix, New Mexico; Fred. Lukens
'•went to Colorado 10 work and for his
health; Wilbur Landis and Miss Elsie
! Landis, a public school teacher, went
to Arkansas to visit relatives. —That
Mt. Union is assured a new theater is
now certain as Shiparo Brothers have
j given a contract to the Mt. Union
Construction Company for the erec
jtlon of a theater at a cost of $35,000
lor building alone. Work has begun.
—The Aetna Explosives Company re
ceived a cannon this week and have
set it up and are now testing the pow
der made here instead of shipping It
. to Emporium as yvas formerly done.
' —Miss Ethel Briggs, a high school
girl and sister have gone to Ada, Ohio,
to spend the summer. Peck Buck
ley had a narrow escape on Tuesday
when his automobile got beyond con
trol and ran Into a lumber pile on
Jefferson street. The Rev. Crossline,
a graduate of Gettysburg Seminary
this year, preached in the Lutheran j
Church last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Krepps, who were spending their;
honeymoon in Ohio, have returned i
home. Foster Myers, railroad sig- i
nalman, is spending the week at Phil-1
adelphia. Mr. and Mrs. William
Shope of Mt. Pleasant, Pa., are visit
ing at the Kenmar Hotel. F. W.
Frey, principal of schools at Hones- 1
dale, has been elected principal of
schools at Petersburg, to succoed Prof.
Ned Rankin, who has secured a better,
position.
CARRIER ON VACATION
New Gcrmaiitown, Pa., June 17.
Mrs. Viola Finley suffered a paralytic
slrrke on Wednesday afternoon, but is j
now somewhat improved. Miss Ella
Gutshall of Rockford, 111., a trained)
nurse, is visiting her mother, Mrs. ;
Annie Gutshall. Russell Stum drag
god the State road from this place to
B'?{ Spring and it. is now in good con- :
dltion. Mrs. Milton Wilson visited |
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry j
Welcomer of New Bloomfleld. Mr. l
and Mrs. Rob Roy McCahan of Wash
ington, D. C., were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. James A. Noel.—John Barn
hart of Denver, Colo., is visiting his
former home in Jackson township.— I
Mr and Mrs. Nathaniel Stoner of New
Bloomfleld visited friends here.
William Hockenberry and Miss Annie
Harris, of Burns Valley, Franklin
county visited the later's grandmother
Mrs . Hannah Hockenberry, returning j
_ home on Sunday, accompanied by j
• Mrs. Hockenberry. Mr. and Mrs. ,
Charles Miller and daughter, of Cum- j
berland county, are the guests of Mrs. '
Miller's mother, Mrs. A. D. Bowman.
Rural mail carrier Russell W.
Johnson Is taking a fifteen-day vaca
tion. His substitute, Frank Johnston,
is now serving the patrons on the
route.
~A~ NOTRE DAME LADY'S APPEAL
To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism,
whether muscular or of the joints, sciatica,
lumbagos, backache, pains in the kidneys or
neuralgia pains, to write to her for a home
treatment which has repeatedly cured all of
these tortures. She feels it her duty to send
itto all sufferers FREE. You cure yourself
at home as thousands will testify—no chanA
of climate being necessary. This simpk
criscorvery banishes uric acid from the blood,
loosens the stiffened Joints, purities the blood
and brightens the eyes, giving elasticity and
tone to the whole system. If the above
interests yon, for proof address Mrs. iL
Summers, Box R, Notre Dame, Ind.
One
Little
Board
will be delivered
just as promptly as
if you ordered a
wagon load.
No difference about
the size of the order—
let us have it and you
will receive the lum
ber promptly.
Our yards are cen
trally located so that
expenses for hauling
are reduced to a mini
mum.
The very next time
you need lumber, get
our prices—we think
we can save you some
money.
United Ice & Coal Co.
Fomter & Couden St*.
1 —^
LOOK! ONLY
$6- 25
assortment
E. BLli MENSTEIN
4 14 South Court Street
SATURDAY EVENING,
' Waynesboro People Attend
Church of Brethren Meeting
By Special Correspondence
Waynesboro, Pa., Juno 17. Wil
bur Krise, son .• of inr. Hnd Mrs. C. H.
Krise, of this place, and Miss Frances
Brown, of Punxsutawney, were mar
ried Wednesday afternoon. Bor
ough Superintendent of Schools J. H.
Reber and Mrs. Roher will attend the
sessions of the National Educational
Association in New York City in July,
i Mr. and Mrs. Secrist Oiler and their
I daughter, Miss Slay Oiler attended the
| commencement exorcises of Lafayette
College this week. David Spessard
of Chewsville, Md., is the guest of H.
C. Criawell. The Fortnightly Club
was entertained at the home of Miss
Mary p. Gordon. It was decided to
hold a picnic at the Stoner bungalow,
south of town. Thursday, June 22. —-
Mr. and Mrs. M. 10. Sollenberger, Miss
Ethel Sollcnberger, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Oiler, Mrs. J. E. Rohrer, Mrs. Anson
Good, Miss Geraldine Good, Harry
Demuth, Miss Naomi Domuth, Mrs.
Anna Kauffman, Miss Lilian Kauff
man and the Rev. J. Mitchell Stover,
this place, attended the annual meet
ing of the Church of the Brethren at
Winona Lake, Ind., this week. The
Rev. J. Donald Ilockman, pastor of
the Methodist Church, Reading, is
spending soveral days here. Mrs.
J. W. Grimm, York, is the guest of
her son. the Rev. J. L. Grimm, pastor
of the First United Brethren Church.
—The members of the Alpha Bible
Class of the St. Paul's Reformed Sun
day school, gave a surprise party to
John Snyder in honor of his birthday
anniversary. W. Ambrose Thomp
son.. left this week for Lampman, Sas
katchewan, Can., whore he will spend
the summer and Fall. Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. McLaughlin announce the mar
riage of their son, Charles McLaugh
lin, to Miss Kathryn t. Montgomery,
at Philadelphia. Mr. McLaughlin was
graduated from the Harrisburg Acad
emy in the Class of 1914, and since
that time he has been attending the
Veterinary department of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania. George H.
Glazzard, a prominent attorney-at-law,
of Youngstown, Ohio, and Miss Leila
Fisher, were married Thursday morn
ing at the residence of Miss Fisher's
brother-in-law, W. J. C. Jacobs.
Big Day For Susquehanna
University at Selinsgrove
Relinsgrove, Pa., June 17. —Susque-
hanna University's Commencement ex
ercises ended on Thursday. Reunions
and good cheer were the order as soon
as the parade dispersed on the cam
pus. At the head of the procession
rode Dr. Samuel Z. Shope, of Harris
burg, and Edward R. Wingard.—Offi
cial announcement was made to-day
that Edgar R. Wingard 'O2 has been
elected to the position of Professor of
Physical Education and Director of
Athletics at Susquehanna University
for the coming year.—Charles O Gau- J
gler after spending several weeks In ;
this place during the illness and death !
of his father, Jackson W. Gaugler, !
this week returned to his home at !
Joplin, Mo. —Paul B. Houseworth, who
has for the last year had charge of the I
commercial department In the public -
schools of Hurlock, Md., returned to
the home this week to spend summer
vacation.—Latimer S. Landis was
graduated from the Jefferson Medical
College, Philadelphia.
STUDENTS OM VACATION'
By Special Correspondence
Rlain, Pa., June 17—Miss Margaret ,
Spotts, a student at Dickinson College
and W. T. Hall, of State College, came
home for vacation..—Mr. and Mrs. Rob
Roy McCahan, of Washington, D. C.,
visited Perry County friends.—Born to
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hoffman, of But
ler, a son, James William, May 29.
Mrs. Hoffman was Miss Viola Shuma
ker, formerly of Blain. —To Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Boyer, of Philadelphia, a son,
James, June 2. Mr. Boyer is formerly
of this place.—To Mr. and Mrs. Dallas
Shumaker, of Harrisburg, a son, Jam
Engline, June 7, Mr. Shumaker is
native of Blain.—George Reed went W
Michigan.—Mrs. J. C. Kalbach, <• l
Wortnleysburg, is the guest of tht
Rev. and Mrs. J. U. Keener, at the
Reformed parsonage.—Mrs. Jennie
Gutshall, Mrs. Mary Berrler, Mrs.
Joseph Wilt and daughter, Harriet,
are vsiitingn Harrishurg friends.—Mrs.
B. A. Bower and two sons, of Shire
manstown, visited F. W. Dimm's fam
ily.—Jacob Snyder, a war veteran, is
ill.—Loy Shumaker and Roy Johnson
visited at Harrisburg.
AnnviUe Motor Party
Witnesses Feast of Roses
By Special Correspondence
AnnviUe, Pa., June 17. Mr. and
Mrs. David B. Baseshore were guests
of John Seltzer at Swatara Station.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller and Prof.
Samuel Grimm and family motored to
Strausburg on Sunday to witness the
annual Feast of Roses. Congress
man and Mrs. A. S. Krelder spent the
week at Chicago where Mr. Kreider
was attending the Republican conven
tion. Miss Reha Lehman is home
from Spokane, Wash., to visit, her par
ovits, Prof, and Mrs. Lehman.
Mrs. Paul Smeck of Altoona, is spend
ing several weeks visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. S. G. Light.
Mrs. Philip Beidel of Carlisle, and
Mrs. George Beidle of Harrisburg,
spent several days in town the guests
of George Snyder. Mr. and Mrs.
"William U. Shaud, of East Main
street, are the happy parents of a baby
girl which arrived on Tuesday night.
Raymond Waltz and family left on
Friday for Mt. Gretna, where they
will spend the summer. Miss
Jos-ephine TJrlch returned home from
Wellesley where she has been attend
ing school for the last year. Paul
Speraw who is playing ball with the
Hagerstown club visited his parents,
over the week-end. Miss Helen
Rrightblll has completed her work for
thl:. year at Vassar and has returned
home.
JOINT PICNIC FOR BOYS
By Special Cprrespondence
Tower City, Pa., June 17.—Clyde
Erdman and Allen Updogrove spent
the week-end at Phoenix Park.
Miss Grace Kantner Is enjoying the
week at Myerstown. Mrs. Charles
Klinger is visiting the Rev. Mr. Teel
and family at Locustdale. Mrs. T.
Reiser and children have returned
from a pleasant visit to relatives at
Hickory Corner. Miss Phyllis Ulsh
is at Schuylkill Haven. Mrs. Mur
phy is entertaining her brother from
Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Martz
and son visited relatives at Williams
town. Mr. and Mrs. Williard are
entertaining their son and his family
from Canada. Mrs. Tower, of Gratz,
visited relatives here. Mr. Holiday,
while coming from the lodgeroom in
the I. O. O. F. hall, fell down the
steps and was badly bruised. Mrs.
Charles Baler and Mrs. John Dando
held a picnic for their sons, whose
birthdays come on the same day.
Harry Dando, of Wiconisco, Is visiting
i his parents here.
MARIETTA BROTHERS GRADUATE FROM COLLEGE
*.£ l|§ '. .a?- jl
| .f 1 V
PAUL B. KILLIAN
Marietta, p a ., June 17.—Two sons of Mr. and Mrs. Levi B. Klllian. of Mari
etta, graduatd from colleges this year. Both young men attended the Marlett
high school until their Junior year, when Paul B. Killian entered the Columbi
lilgh school and after graduating there went to State College. Yesterday h
was graduated from that institution in the Mechanical Engineering Department
He is 24 years old, and will accept a position at Canton, Ohio. He is an all
Phfi a , il 1 ?' Raymond B. Killian is 21 years old. and in his junior year wen
J Pu took night sessions at the Temple University. He gradu
ated fiom the Philadelphia Optical School, and is practicing in that cltv H
n I ? P hil adelphia Society of Optometrists. He is also an all
around athlete, and is an exceptionally good basketball player.
Lecture on Palestine and
Syria in St. Paul's Church
By Special Correspondence
| M«!haiitcsburjj, Pa., June 17.—The
| Singer Band of Mechanlcsburg fur
j nished music at the Hogestown Horse
anci Cattle Show this week. Miss
Marietta Sultzaberger a music pupil
of Miss Laura R. Appeil, Harrisburg,
assisted In a pianoforte recital in
Falinestock Hall on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Houghton have
moved to New York where they will
make their home. An Illustrated
lecture on Palestine and Syria will be
given In St. Paul's Reformed Church
on Thursday evening, under the aus
pices of the Heidelberg League, by A.
W. Blllman of Union Theological Sem
inary. Miss Vera Stevens, who
teachers In Hartford, Conn., is at her
home here. Miss Edith Springer, who
was her guest returned with her.
Mrs. Samuel Hollinger who lives a
short distance north of town enter
tained the Mite Society of the Church
of God on Tuesday evening at her
home. Refreshments were served.—
Mr. and Mrs. Fillmore Maust of Car
lisle, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Dougherty. Mrs. J. J. Resh and
daughters, Mary and Margaret, left
for Maryland on Thursday where they
will spend the summer. Guy H.
Lucas was elected treasurer of Me
chanicsburg Cemetery Association to
fill the vacancy caused by the death
of Dr. George M. Eckels. . Miss
Sarr. Martin was hostess for the fourth
annual reunion of the class of 1912 of
the Mechanlcsburg High School at her!
home in North Market street. Re-1
freshments were served to Mabel
Clark, Rose May, Grace Yordi, Mary j
('cover, Claire Fortenbaugh, Buela j
Kiracofe. Fry Eckert, Jessie Krodel, 1
Blanche Belstline, George Frysinger, |
Miller Coover, Russel Stambaugh, [
William Krodel, William Kaley and
Sara Martin.— Leroy Bowers Harnisli, J
State superintendent of the World's I
Purity Federation, delivered a lecture |
on "Leper Spots" in the First United
Brethren Church last evening. Miss
Genevieve Segar, of Kenton, Ohio, is 1
the g-iest at the home of her brother, j
N. L. Segar. Latimer Dice, son of'
tlte Rev. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Dice, took !
honors at the Albright College where!
he graduated this week. Miss Lile
George was at Scranton attending the
wedding? of her nephew, Vandlingi
. -—-,
linestown Street Made
Good as State Road
By Special Correspondence
Jonestown, Pa., June 17.—D. Ho- ]
hart Cope, who for several months
has been working at Bethlehem, re- j
turned home to help his father on
the farm in the busy season. On
Monday evening, Miss Erma V. Shaw,
of town, and Mark Z. McGill, of j
Washington, D. C., were married by
the Rev. George R. Deisher. Jones
G. McGill, of West Line, McKean
county, spent several days here at- j
tending the wedding of his brother, i
Mark Z. McGill. Robert B. Kern
and family, of Reading, spent several
days here. The Rev. George R.
Deisber and family are spending some
time with Mrs. Deiber's parents at
Allentown. The Square, from Mar
ked street south In Lancaster street,
which for a long time was very rough, j
has been repaired and made practi
cally the same as a State road. —[
Charles A. Hazeltine, of Philadelphia,
is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. j
Frank Hazeltine.—Thomas J. Lesher |
and Henry J. Kern made a trip to
Monroe Valley on Tuesday. Mrs. J
W r illiam Shirk, of Lebanon, spent j
Wednesday with her aunt, the Misses !
Shirk.
Some "Hiked" to Picnic;
Some Went by Auto
By Special Correspondence
Marynville, Pa., June 17.—John Shull,
Marysville's baker, was in York this
week, attending the sessions of the
Pennsylvania State Bakers. Mrs. L.
M. Adams, son, Howard Adams, and
Miss Frances Fortenbaugh, motored to
Selinsgrove on Tuesday, where they at
tended the commencement exercises at
Susquehanna University. Jesse Hos
tetter, a nephew of Mrs. Adams, and a
former Marysville boy, was one of the
graduates. Mr. and Mrs. David A.
Kellar entertained at their home, in
Cameron street, on Wednesday even
ing, in honor of their son William's
birthday. Refreshments were served to
Miss Mary Deckard, Miss Irene Wile
nmn, Miss Frances Fortenbaugh, Miss
Anna Whitmyer, Miss Anna Hammaker,
Miss Pauline Glass. Miss Adella Smith,
Owen Kennedy, Edison Wileman, Percy
White, James Benfer, Ruel Rice, John
Shearer, Edgar Roberts and William
Kellar. The Dorcas Society, of Zion
Lutheran Church, picnicked on Tues-
Ulay aiternoon at Cove. A large number
|of the members "hiked it" and some
I went In automobiles.
CHILD DIES IN HOSPITAL
Rife, Pa., June 17.—Curt Schivalm
and Frank Forney are working in the
State road from Millersburg to Eliza
bethville. —Timothy, infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Timothy Radel, about ten
months old, was taken to the-Harris
burg Hospital on Sunday and died
there from an abcess in the throat.—
Oliver Jury and family spent Sunday
at Millersburg with his sister, Mrs. '■
Speece.—Amos Cooper and family
spent Sunday at Daniel Dittys.—Sam
uel Fulkroad lost a valuable horse by
breaking its leg.—Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Klinger spent Sunday with his brother
Jerry.—Mr. and Mrs.B. O. Schriber
announce the birth of a son.
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
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RAYMOND B. KILLIAN
Benjamin Price, Aged 91,
Oldest Mason, Seriously 111
By Special Correspondence
Humnielntown. Pa., June 17. Mrs.
Nissley Mumma and Mrs. Lizzie Bare
spent several days in Easton as guests
of the Rev. and Mrs. D. Burt Smith
and attended LaFayette commencement
where Mrs. Mumma's son, Harold,
graduated. I. R. Laucks, of Reading,
was the guest of his brother, H. R.
Laucks. Mrs. Michael Cassel and
daughter, Clara, spent the week at Mt.
Gretna. Misses Ruth and Ksta Kil
mer have returned from a visit of sev
eral weeks at Philadelphia and Atlan
tic City. Mr. and Mrs. John Hemper
ly spent the week at Atlantic City.
Miss Sara Muth attended the State
College Commencement exercises where
her brother, George, graduated as a
sanitary engineer. Miss Clara Wal
mer has returned from a visit to Phil
adelphia. Mrs. J. P. Diffenderfer and
children have returned to their home
in Easton after spending several weeks
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J.
Schaffner. Mrs. Maude Zerfoss, who
underwent an operation in the Harris
burg Hospital, is improving. Dr. M.
L. Nissley spent Tuesday at Pottsvllle.
—Mrs. Philip Deimler Is slowly recov
ering from an operation performed at
the Harrisburg Hospital. Miss Rena
Knaube, of Harrisburg, spent the
week-end at her cottage here. The
Young People's Society of the Reform
ed Church met at the home of Miss
Susan Krause, on Wednesday evening.
—Mr. and Mrs. David Relgle entertain
ed their daughter. Mrs. David Shelly,
of Harrisburg. over Sunday. Benja
maln Price, aged almost SI years, and
the oldest member of the' Masonic
Lodge in Pennsylvania is seriously
ill at his holme, in West Main street.
Mrs. Ida Solomon, of Harrisburg, visit
ed her brother, H. Wells Buser, on
Sucnday. Mrs. Grover C. Buser and
Mrs. Alfred McCall and children, spent
Wednesday at Harrisburg.—Miss Marv
Greenawalt has returned from a visit
to Philadelphia. Mrs. Allen K. Wal
ton and Miss Carol Walton spent Wed
nesday in Harrisburg. Joseph Rurk
holder and family will motor to Indi
ana, Pa., to bring Miss Annie Burk
holder, a student at the Normal, home
for the summer vacation.
Ladies' Bible Class of
Lewisberry Elects Officers
By Special Correspondence
lewisberry, June 17. On Sundav
evening a muslcale was given in the
Lisburn Methodist Episcopal Church
Those taking part were: David Snave
ly. cornet: Mrs. L. E. Wilson, violin;
Herald fcnavely. clarionet: Miss Frieda
iMiehrer, of Reading, and Mrs. David
Snavely, pianists; the Rev. L. K Wil
son. soloist. About forty persons from
Lewisberry attended. Mr. and Mrs.
F. u 1' loyd, and Mr. and Mrs. S M
Ensmlnger. of Dlllsburg, were recent
guests at the home of Stetler T Kns
er - i - The Rev ' an<l M" W. A.
Cobb and son. Alfred, of South River
Sweats of relatives here. The
Rev Cobb returned home to All his
pulpit on Sunday The Rev. and Mrs.
A. M. Jenkins and daughter, Clara, of
{, pl ' 0 "'„ a r f *.ie»tß of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Iv Millard and Mr. and Mrs. F. S Kirk
M . r i S r t m - Spangler and son]
theVl. s,nrn!"XT Jr - hav « returned to
, r , '? m t 'L o at J SVw Cumberland aft.-r a
MBit at the home of Mrs Snnnsrlpp'n
P, a , I ' en „V' Mrs. W. G. Fetrow
sVitt, n , Frankeb( '''*er and Miss Julia
Sutton, of town, and the Misses Phvllls
?" d , I '" la u,?. Umyer - of Vork. on Monday
took a hike to Goldshoro. from tliVr'e
taking the train to York. The Misses
Ottmyer spent a few days as the guests
of their grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca
Frankeberger. The Ladles' Adult
Bible Class of tile Methodist Episcopal
Sunday School, the Rev. L. E Wilson
teacher, has elected these ' officers-
President, Miss Ann Cllne; vice-presi
llvmU r " . S ' Re,ff . secretarv. Miss
Edith Cllne; treasurer, Mrs. Fli/ahf-th
U. Laird. This class has thirty mem
wl* ~V vesper service was held
Wednesday evening at the home of
Mrs Rebecca Frankeberger. Mrs. L
E. Wilson accompanied the sones on
her violin. _ Mrs. Harvey Erne? wilt
spend the week-end with relatives at
New Cumberland and Steelton. Mrs
Crull returned to her home in York
Lewis C. V Wlse W h " r dau * hter . Mra
Dr. G. E. Reed Addresses
Men's Christian Federation
By Special Correspondence
Mount Joy, Pa., June 17.—Dr
George E. Reed, former president of
Dickinson College, addressed the
Men s Christian Federation in the
Presbyterian Church on Sunday after
noon. The Federation will take a
summer vacation and win hold no
meetings in July and August.
Claude Dierolf, a grandson of Wil
liam Dierolf, late of Mount Jov, occu
pied tne pulpit of the Lutheran
Church on Sunday. J. r. Missemer
took an automobile trip to Bain
bridge. Stackstovvn and Rowenna on
Saturday evening. Seven children
were baptized in the Presbyterian
Church on Sunday morning. Reu
ben Shellenberger attended the Feast
of Roses at Manheim on Sunday .
A daughter was born on Sunday to
Mr. and Mrs. William Way* The
horough reservoir win be cleaned on
Sunday. John W. McGinnes at
tended the meeting of the Elks at
Harrisburg on Wednesday. J R
Missemer spent Wednesday at Har
risburg the guest of his son, Benjamin
F. Missemer, and daughter, Mrs.
Harry C. Knouse. The Bov' Scouts
will hold a festival in the "borough
this evening. Harry Schoch and his
brother, Clarence Schoch, were at
Harrisburg on Wednesday.
WOMAN FINDS BIG
SNAKE IN KITCHEN
Coiled Up Behind Mirror at
Farmhouse in Franklin
Township, York County
WOMAN'S LEG BROKEN
Mrs. Clara Hinkle Falls While
Stepping Out of Auto
mobile
By Special Correspondence
rtitlHliurg, Pa., June 17.—Mrs. Calvin
Hinkle, who lives with her daughter.
Mrs. M. G. Starry, near town, while
getting out of an automobile, fell and
broke her leg. Fred Mower, of Ship
penshurg, is spending the week with
his sister, Mrs. Walter Shaeffer. Miss
Clara Moody and Otto Spalir, of near
Dlllsburg, visited friends In Detroit,
Mich., and Niagara Falls. George
Jacobs and daughter, Dorothy, and
George March, of Kast Berlin, spent
Wednesday here. Ray Bailey, who
has been attending college in Philadel
phia, has returned home for the sum
mer. Miss Catharine Gintzer was a
Harrisburg visitor during the week.
Miss Hulda Bender has returned home
after a visit In Berryville, Va., and
Washington. D. C. Charles Cook and
family were Harrisburg visitors this
week. Mr. and Mrs. George Seibert
visited Charles Seibert and familv, of
Harrisburg, on Wednesday. Miss
Mary Aller, daughter of the Rev. E. M.
Alter, is a graduate of Carlisle High
School. E'ugene Bailey, who has been
a student at State College has return
ed home for the summer. Miss Ethel
Lerew has returned home after spend
ing several week with her sister, at
Carlisle. Mervin Gochenour, a stu
dent at State College, is home for the
summer vacation. Alvin Baker, of
Mr. Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Baker,
and Boyd Boker. of Carlisle, spent
Tuesday at the home of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Baker. Mrs.
Leah Gross Is spending several weeks
at York. Mrs. Kopp, of Mechanics
burg. and daughter, Mrs. Williams, of
Mt. Joy, spent Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Liz/.ie Bentz. Mrs. Samuel
Pressel and daughter, of Harrisburg.
spent several days here. Miss Mar
garet Shultz is spending the week at
Harrisburg. Mrs. George A. Dick
was a Harrisburg visitor during the
week. Mrs. Cyrus Yohn, of Franklin
township, found a large blacksnake
coiled behind a mirror in her kitchen
recently.
Heavy Machinery Falls
on Frank Angle's Feet
By Special Correspondence
GreencasUe, p a „ June 17.—Frank
Angle, of Kast Baltimore street, met
with a painful accident Tuesday at
Rankin's Mill. In going over a large
breaker the wagon tilted and a piece
of heavy machinery fell on his feet.
Both ankles were sprained and a bone
in the right ankle was broken. — Mrs.
Mary Slike and Miss Annie Snively
entertained at bridge at their home in
South Washington street. Guests were
in attendance from Baltimore, Cham
bersburg and Waynesboro.—Mrs. Mary
S. Kreps was tho hostess of a five hun
dred party Tuesday evening. Twelve
guests were present.—Mrs. W. R. Da
vison, Mrs. C. P. Oniwake, Mrs. Mary
S. Kreps and Miss Mary Rhodes at
tended a bridge luncheon given by-
Miss Matilda Omwake, of Wavnes
boro, on Wednesday afternoon. —Pres-
ton Sellers and Frank Bemisdarffer
have returned from Collegeville, where
they were graduated from Ursinus Col
lege.—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simmons
and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Curtis, of
Derby, Conn., were guests at the home
of D. 55. Shook.—George Carl, son of
Dr. C. B. Carl, was operated on this
week in the Chanibcrsburg Hospital
for appendicitis.—Mrs Isabel Brown
and daughter, Miss Alice Brown, spent
the week at Harrisburg. Mrs. W.
.Morgan Cross and daughter, Miss
Mary Cross, are visiting relatives in
Kerneysville.—Mrs. W. G. Fishel and
daughter, of York, are guests of C.
Earl Hollinger.—Miss Florence Myers
has returned from Norristown, where
she has been teachirg school.—Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Stout celebrated their
thirteenth wedding anniversary on Fri
day evening at their home in South
Carlisle street. A large number of
guestv were present and Mr. and Mrs.
Stout received a number of wedding
gifts in cut glass and crystal.—Mrs.
Annie Parcels, of Miami, Fla., is the
guest of the Misses Glass. —Mrs. John
Hill is visiting her daughter at Wash
ington, D. C. —Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
McLaughlin have announced the mar
riage of their son Charles, a student at
the University of Pennsylvania, to Miss
Kathryn C. Montgomery, of Philadel
phia.—Mrs. Charlotte Homer and Mrs.
Ed. Snively have returned from a so
journ at New York. The Misses Mary
and Isabel Snively, who have been tak
ing special studies at Columbia Uni
versity. accompanied them home. —
Mrs. William White and daughter.
Miss Kathryn White, of Bedford, are
guests in the home of Mrs. Jane Hos
tetter. Stouffer Snively suffered a
stroke of paralysis this week and was
taken to Chambersburg for treatment.
Mrs. Amelia Crilly and daughter.
Miss Alice Crilly, of Altoona, are guests
In the home of S. Detrich. —Mrs.
William Lear and children have re
turned from a month's sojourn with
relatives at Harrisburg.—Miss Mary
Diehl was graduated this week from
Temple University, Philadelphia. Miss
Louise Diehl attended the exercises of
commencement week.
Auction Sale of Boxes
Brings $27.55 For Class
Newvllle, Pa., June 17. Mrs. W.
O. Ker has returned from a trip to
Philadelphia and Harrisburg. Miss
Mary Elliott has gone to Brooklyn, N.
Y„ to remain several weeks. Mrs.
Edwin McCandlish and daughter, Mrs.
Paul Spangler have gone to Philadel
phia for several days. Miss May
Hawkins of Catasauqua, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. R. S. Randall. Mr.
and Mrs. John Wheeler of Harrisburg
spent the week-end at the Wheeler
home in Chestnut street. Mrs.
L,yle Dunfee and daughter. Miss Belle,
have returned from a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Davidson at Harris
burg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Beck,
of Muncy, Ind., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. U. B. Goodhart. Mrs. George
Hursh spent Monday at Harrisburg.—
Earl Warden of spent
se\eral days with his mother here.
Mi. and Mrs. Albert Whistler and
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Weaver of Gettysburg hav-e been visit
ing relatives here. Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Rhue and children of Allentown
aie guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ker.
Mrs. E. J. Zook and Mrs. H. R.
Douglas of Harrisburg, spent a day
with the Misses Woodburn in East
Main street. Mrs. Thomas Stratford
of Mt. Union, is the guest of Miss
Gertrude Borst. Children's Day
exercises will be held In the Big Spring
Pi esbyterlan Church to-morrow
morning. - The auction sale of boxes
held by George Troup's class on
Saturday evening amounted to $27.55.
The commencement exercises of
the Newville High School will be held
on Wednesday evealpg, June 21
JUNE 17, 1916.
Wiconisco Boys on Week's
Hike to Upper End Towns
By Special Correspondence
Wiconisco, Pa., June 17. Mrs.
Earl Messner of Allentown is spending
several weeks at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stuppy.- —
Mrs. W. H. Kissinger spent part of
the week with her daughter Pauline
at Lititz. Russell E. Dodd of Phila
delphia is spending some time with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Dodd. Elmer Foster is spending a
week at Harrisburg with his daughter,
Mrs. Anna Handshaw. Mrs. Louis
Deifenderfer is spending several days
with her daughter Mary at State Col
lege. Guy Smoltz, John Keen, Ed
win Powell, John Sinsinger, Peter ITm
holtz and Clarence Kissinger are
spending the week, in walking to
Gratz, Elysburg, Shamokin and Mil
lersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Em mitt
Swoager and daughter of Duncannon,
are guests at the home of the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sweager.
—Edward Bohan, of Lebanon Valley
College, is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Patrick Bohan.
Citizens' Meeting to Erect
Manufacturing Building
By Special Correspondence
Horrysbtiig, Pa., June 17. —The Rev.
Paul Huyett is attending Lutheran
Synod at Reading. ll. B. Meyers
spent several days at Pillow.—A citi
zens' meeting was held on Monday
evening for tho purpose of soliciting
funds for the erection of a building
suitable for manufacturing purposes.
The ground has been donated by Grant
Hartman and nearly sufficient funds
have been subscribed for the erection
of a building. -- Jonas Shrefller and
Forest Keboch, of Albright College,
are home on their vacations. —Frank
App, of New Brunswick, and Miss
Edna App, of Selinsgrove, spent Sun
day at the home of Francis App.—
Frank Snyder, of Harrisburg, spent
several days with nis mother.—Mrs.
Chester, of Sunbury. is paying a visit
at the home of Mrs. Kate Deible.—
Francis App and Jennie Weiser vis
ited at McKees Half Falls.—Born to
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miller, a son.—
Mrs. H. J. Foster is spending some
time with her daughter at Harrisburg.
—Professor 11. Topton, of Columbia,
has been elected ptincipal of the high
school and J. Evans, of Penbrook, for
the grammar school.—Marie Ilartman,
employed at Elizabethville, and Ottie
Hartman, of Wiconisco, are spending
some time with their mother, Mrs.
Kate Hartman.—Mrs. Harry Andres
and little daughter of Philadelphia,
are on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Deibler.
Party of Millerstown People
Camping at Bungalow
By Special Correspondence
Millerstown, Pa., June 17.—Misses
Nola Pooley and Mary Martin, of
Kingston, Pa., spent several days with
Mrs. Samuel Rounsley and daughters.
—Mrs. Mary Lohman, of Harrisburg,
visited here this week.—Mrs. Edward
Rumple and son left for their homj
at Cardiff, Md., Monday. They were
1 accompanied by Mrs. Rumple's mother,
.Mrs. Rounsley.—Mr. and Mrs. Harry
, Reacham and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Page
| are camping in the new bungalow re
! eentl.v built by Mr. Bcacham above
town. Sunday they entertained the
following at dinner: Mrs. Hulda
Knight, Duncannon; Misses Myrtle
Gearhart, Kathryn Rlckabaitgh and
Daisy Walker and John Deitrleh and
Warren Beacham.—Mrs. William C.
Moore was a Newport visitor Tuesday.
—Charles Allen, of Middleburg, spent
the week-end with his mother, Mrs.
Mary Allen.—Milton Attic, of Tyrone,
is visiting his father, Peter Attic.-—-
Mrs. Samuel Zeidert., of Harrisburg, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Joseph Mar
tin.—Mrs. Harry Cox, of Philadelphia,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs.
George Fry, this week. —Mrs. Jennie
Byer and Mrs. Thomas Dift'endaffer
and children were at Newport on Mon
day.—Miss Olive Dunn was at Harris
burg on Wednesday.—Mr. and Mrs.
Burton Allen, of Enola, were week-end
guests of Miss KUa Tyson. They were
accompanied home by their niece, Miss
Miriam Deitzler. Mrs. George Fry,
who spent several weeks at Philadel
phia, returned home on Saturday.—■
Emory Fry and D. Gilbert Ricka
[ baugh made a trip to Harrisburg this
! week.- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hopple,
I Mrs. Harry Walker, Mrs. Clayton Nip
| pie and son Vincent were at Marys
ville Thursday.—Miss Louise Gray has
| returned home from Milersvllle, whero
! she attended the spring term at the
normal school. Children's services
will be held in the Methodist Episcopal
Church to-morrow morning. Mrs.
' Harry Beacham and Miss Daisy
Walker were at Newport Monday
evening.—Wednesday James Rounsley
gave several friends an automobile
ride to Bloomsburg. William Rouns
ley. Thomas Nankivel and G. D. Tay
lor were his guests.
Mrs. 0. B. Leese Entertains
Linglestown Embroidery Club
LloKkittoHii, Pa.. June 17. Church
services will he held in the United
Brethren Church to-morrow evening' by
the pastor, the Rev. Clyde Lynch.
The Rev. H. Whitaker will preach a
sermon to old people in the Church of
God in the evening. Church ser
vices will be held in Wenrich's Church
to-morrow morning by the Reformed
pastor, the Rev. Lewis iielter. A
children's service will be held by the
members of Shoop's Sunday school to
morrow evening.—Ezra Smith, of South
Bend, Ind., spent several days with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Smith.
Ross Look visited friends at Lancaster
Sunday. Miss Marion Smith spent
Wednesday as the guest of her cousin,
Miss Esther Mcllhenny. Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Wright and daughter, Jessie, of
Steeiton; the Rev. Lewis Reiter, of
Hainton, and I. Shepler, of New Jersey,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Shep
ler on Sunday. Miss Gertrude Wette
roth and Miss Anna Marie Wetteroth
were the guests of Miss Myrna Speas.
at Penbrook, on Wednesday. Mrs.
Lvdia Hi 11,( of Harrisburg, was a re
cent guest of her sister, Mrs. Fannie
Care. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lynch and
daughter, Eleanor Lynch, of Harris
burg, spent Sunday as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. O. B. Leese. Miss Verna
Juillard and Miss Anna Feeser spent
Saturday and Sunday with friends at
Lancaster and Millersville Normal
School. Miss Mabel Feeser and Miss
Dorothy Feeser, of Hershey, were week
end guests of their mother. Mrs. Car
rie Feeser. Miss Mollle Lingle and
Mr. and Mrs. William Bickley. of Har
lir.burg, were guests of G. W. Shriner
on Sunday. A meeting of the Mis
sionary Society and Otterbein Guild
was held In the United brethren Church
Monday evening. Mrs. O. B. Leese
entertained the Embroidery Club at her
home on Monday evening. The guests
spent a pleasant evening, during which
Lavina Lines gave a reading and sev
eral piano solos. Refreshments were
served to: Mrs. Jeffries, Mrs. Lillian
Pittman, Mrs. Edward Mumma, Mrs.
Fannie Care. Mrs. Frank Hicks, Mrs.
Gertrude Nissley, Mrs. John Nagle, Miss
Lavina Lines, Miss Vera Care, Miss An
nie Schaner, Miss Minnie xiaker, Miss
Jessie Lenker, Miss Eliza Buck, Miss
Ruth Nagle, Master Ralph Nagle,
John Nagle, Walter Leese and
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Leese. Miss
Vera Look entertained at a Strawberry
social on Tuesday evening at her home,
near Piketown. The guests hiked from
Linglestown. Refreshments were serv
ed to: Ellen Bolton, Hilda Mlxell, Eva
lyn Longenecker. Sara Zimmerman,
Hulda Longenecker. Marion Smith, Wal
ter Look. Ferdinand Beck, Ross CrUm,
Ross Look. Fleck Mixell, Vera Look
and Mr. and Mra. John Look,
VISITORS FROM
ALL COUNTIES
Tourists From Switzerland, In
dia, Africa and Trinidad
Spend Days at Hershey t
FROM CANADA AND CUBA
Hershey Farm Company Sells
13(3 Head of Steers to
Lawn Dealer
By Special Correspondence
Hcrslipy, Pa., June 17. —For years
the ( hocolate Town has attracted
visitors from all parts of the world,
but in no previous period has the
representation been so widespread as
during the past week, when from
each of the great continents people
came to see Hershey. They were from
Berne, Switzerland; Pendra Road, Ce
ntral Provinces, India; Accra, Africa,
and Trinidad, South America. In ad
dition to the usual number from this
country, East and West, there were
visitors from Canada and Cuba. At
the Park Theater, the Malloy-Corinne
Stock Company ended a successful
engagement this week with the com-
e .m " To ° Many Wives." The vaude
\ llle season begins Monday evening.
, .'*• Phillips has returned from a,
week s visit to his home in Spring
field. Ohio. Mrs. R. E. Sternberger
and son. Clifton, were guests of Mrs.
John Seifert at Carlisle. Miss Elsie
Lehman, of Hagerstown, Md., ia
n Pe c a woek with Mr - anrl Mrs.
f, s - Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. William.
Marin, of Columbia, visited their
daughter, Mrs. D. S. Graeff. The
Jiershey Farm Company this week:
transacted one of its largest deals in
cattle when it sold to Christ Gingrich,
of Lawn. 136 head of steers. P. J.
I lain, of the Pennsylvania Steel Com
pany I larrisburg, was entertained at
t) n. o7\ e of K - Bomgardner. —•
V ». v ' nKton , the young daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William Skivington,
is recovering from an illness. Wil
nir Ooodhart, of Shippensburg. was
the guest of John Allwine and family.
Twenty-three members of the
£ h™7\ r' a f S , the Lebanon High
k , "°°l Picnicked at Hershey on Mon-
tllan 300 persons at
tended the Children's Day exercises
at the Mrst I nited Brethren Church.
7r,r: rs - J - M. Bran da u and daughter,
Mura Rrandau, returned- from a visit
to relatives at Raston. The Robert
Bordman, of Lancaster, will occupy
rif.ii.'iy . ner '-y Presbyterian
r< : h . to-morrow. Seventy-five
\ lsitors in nineteen touring cars com
posed an enthusiastic party from Sun
bury on Wednesday. Mrs H G
Mumma and son, Richard Munlraa',
?• «- ! IPr Parents, Mr. and Mrs.
j n. Dietrich, of Lancaster.
Ephrata Boys Take Honors
at Schools and Colleges
j ".V Special Correspondence
K|»lira(a, Pa„ June 17.—-While piav
-1 liik baseball on Tuesday evening on
the Ephrata Park diamond. Caleb
Snadcr, of Ephrata, had the misfor
tune to have the thumb of his right
hand fractured by a batted ball.
Alvin Hooker, who has been a student
'?u ? , te ..S 0, , ,e K e . "as graduated from)
that institution on Wednesday, receiv
ing the decree of Bachelor of Science
in ARiionom.v. He has been appointed
county farm bureau agent for Schuyl
kill county and will have his head
quarters at Pottsville. Mr. Hocker is
a graduate of the Ephrata High.
School, class of lfloß. Samuel Zug.
who has been a student at State Col
lege lor the past year, after spending
several days at the home of his par
en s Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Zug, left on
Friday last lor Pennlyn, Montgomery
county, whore he will spend the sum
mer on a stock farm. Clarence E
Glass a son of A. c. Glass, of Read
in,., formerly of Ephrata, graduated
rom Ruckneli T'niversity at Lewls
burg. this week and has accepted a.
position at < oiumbus, Ohio. He is a
graduate of Ephrata High School,"
.class of mm. Raymond L. Ritzer
l«ffh'Vk' o ! Krnd "''t p 'he Ephrata
Miprh School, prarluaterl in tho dp-
F'" I .™' of accounts and finance at
the l nivcrsity of Pennsylvania nf
Philadelphia this week. —1 Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Singer and Mr. and Mrs
at e °^nt n B n man H|>ent SPVer:| l davs
at State College during commence
ment week. - Elder David Kilhefner.
J M. Neff and Miss Mary Hover, of
Ephrata; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fas
nacht and Mrs. Abram Eshelnian. of
T'£ L ' n £ oln: ,hp Rev - H. S. Sonon
of East Petersburg; llenrv Wolf Al
bert Evans and Mrs. Sue Herman, of
Akron, and the Rev. D. S. Mver of
Ranville, have been in attendance at
he annual meeting of the Church of
the Brethren al Winona Lake, Ind
during the week. The Ephrata
Mountain Springs summer resort will
open to-day for the thirty-fifth suc
cessive season under the management
of the present proprietor, D. S Von
Nieda. J. w. Rucher, of Ephrata,
e :plo( I !,ed Principal of the
Maretta schools. Mrs. Amanda
Konigmacher attended the commence
ment of the young ladies' school at
Birmingham, near Tyrone. last week
her granddaughter, Miss Helen Koni*-'
macner, having been a student at that
institution for the past year —O.
Weidler Myers and his niece, Miss
Carrie Seiverling, are spending two
weeks at Dalton, Wayne county, Ohio*
New School Teachers For
South Hanover Township
By Special Correspondent
Tiilon Deposit, pji.., June 17.—Mr
and Mrs. Edward Siover and children*
of Stoverdale. visited Mrs Stover's
parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Landls.
on Sunday John L. Shoop spent
Monday at HarrisburK.—One of David
Hanshue s bulls died 011 Monday.
Jacob of near Penbrook, vis
ited his father, Solomon Landls, on
Sunday.—Mrs. Kate Uhler, of Gibson,
N. J., Is spending some time with
her sister. Mrs. Lizzie Rambler.—Paul
Miller spent Tuesday at Harrisburg.
H. P. Pelffor, postmaster, is at the
Gloninper Hospital, at Lebanon, where
he hns underdone an operation.—Mrs.
David Smith is snendln;; some time at
Annville with Philip Ketterinp.—The
school board of South Hanover town
ship has appointed the following teach
ers: Grammar, J. E. Zimmerman; pri
mary, Ellen E. Warner; Hanshue's,
Irvln Backenstoe; Hoernerstown, M.
C. Carroll; Pleasant View, Harrv Oru
ber; the Sand Reach and Stoudt's
schools are vacant.—Harry Lane and
famitv. of Pnlmyra. were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. William Phfells on Sunday!
--Mrs. T,»z7le sient Monday
at Harrisburg.—Gilbert Felenbaum Is
lit vitb tvphoid fever.—Ray Stauffer,
of Harrisburg, visited his parents, Mr*
and Mrs. Frank StaufTer, on Wednes«t
day. j
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