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I Bby Scout News |
units of Prizewinners in
■ w. S. S. Contest Are
■ Announced
All Scouts in tlie city whether
Hthcv took part in the W. S. S. cam-
the last week in December or
will he interested in knowing
Hvho are the winners of the prizes
through the kindness of
ln the troops as a whole, Troop
■l 1 comes first with a total amount
5768.00; Troop 26 is next with
total of $219.75 and the third
goes to Troop 8 with a total
H,f $218.00. You will notice that a
rivalry must have existed be-
Hween 26 and 8 since 20 had an ad
■ ance of only $1.75 over Troop 8.
Troop prize won by Tr§op
■ onsists of an American Red Cross
aid box. Congratulations,
ll. The individual winners
Hoe as follows:
■ Scout. Troop. Amt.Sold
chard Buxbaum .. 11
■ oseph Steele 2b 1-9 00
Haar cS'o?
Christian Brandt ??•;.
■ icorge Hopkins '"?•*?
Hart Mocker 28 <®'*f
■ 'lcon Criswell 18 '•.
Bard 26 Sl'-U '
■ amcs Parsons -6 . -•- .
Hagar 13 - V
Here are the' prizes; First prize,
uniform: second prize, alumi
■nim cook kit or featherweight
■>helter tent or Ceebynite compass,
prize, magnnpole compass,
■'ourtli and fifth prizes, Scout Jewelry
■ets; sixth to tenth prizes, souvenir
Scout Diary.
■Troop Sixteen Elects
■ Officers at Meeting
We had some meeting last week
■ t Troop 16. Every fellow on the
list prcsont on time. After
devotional exercises and Inspec-
we elected officers resulting as
■allows: President, Frank Foose;
■ ice president, Joseph Machlan;
■ rihe. Cloon Criswell; treasurer,
larold Grand: chaplain, tv illlam
custodian, Russel Brown.
matter of merits took our at-
for a little while. "VVe de-
to give twenty-five merits for
an acceptable new inem-
Hr. Charles Foelich was appointed
of the committee for our
■text luncheon. lie named the fol-
comittec: Cleon Criswell.
Foose, Oliver McGary and
■ iobert Cunkle. The Court of Honor
immediately after the meeting |
discussed the lack Of Interest of
of the officers, and re-arranged
patrols. To-night we shall have
pleasure of bearing Captain
■ames T. hong, 112tli Infantry, 28th
who was in the second bat
■lc of the Marne, and whose com-
H>any entered Chateau Thierry a few
after the Germans left, tell of
■lis experiences in that great con-
Captain Long is a very intcr-
talker and we feel highly li°n-
that lie lias consented to talk
us. We will give him a rousing
,, ,
Bag To-morrow, weather permitting, a
Hanie of hare and hounds over a six-
course in the York hills. The
will leave |he Square on the
|H: 15 New Cumberland car. and the
will follow on the 1:45. Each
should bring fourteen cents
and a lunch. We expect to
the Square not later than
.H: 80. You know what will be found
■ t the end of the course, so don't
■Troop to Go on Hike
II to'HummeUtown Cave (
M Trbop 26 held its regular weekly j
Monday with very nearly
entire troop membership pres-
After opening the meeting the
gave a short talk on the
performed by the troop during
§HIS and predicted a year of activity I
the coming year that would
Troop 26 far, in tlie lead in
awarded to the follow ing scouts
tlie sale of War Savings Stamps,
the promise of more to come,
Ace Medals for at least the I
scouts decorated, Joseph
James F. Parsons and Chas.
The 100 per cent, duty 1
■i„ for December was awarded to •
Bard and will be bis to wear)
IHntll won by another scou*. During
meeting Mr. Sparrow took over |
duties of assistant scoutmaster
was. assigned io instruction in'
00l^cra i ■. i
The troop will go on a hike to the i
at llumnielstown Saturday af-j
■.men where firemaking and cook-,
test will be giyen to those
■." nts who are ready to take it. A'.' 1
iiius going along should bring a j
or candle and be dressed \
■ old clothes and shoes. Scouts |
■ ishing to attend the nike will re- (
■ ,rt at tlie church at 1 o'clock Sat- .
jp, H. JT. COUUTCOTT. S out.
Hcouts Hold Interesting
m Debate at Their Rally
BH The Scouts of Troop 9 held a rally
January 2. Everyone
■ho attended had a grand time. Mr.
was with us and gave us a
Our visitors ulso included
Davage Brown of Troop 11,
■,rk. and Scouts Charles Dlggs.
■ üburt Strain and Boyd Strain, of
oop 23. Ilarrisburg. One of the
■ost interesting parts of tlie p:0-
was a debate on the following
"Which is the stronger of
■ e United States fighting forces,
■e army or the navy?" The atflr-
side consisting of Edward
and Ross Cooper won over
negative side which was de
■ nded by Beverly Ward and Walter
Broop Eight Attends
El Services in Christ Church
Last Monday evening about seven,
members of Troop 8 went to a
R^H. nm union preparatory service at
Lutheran Church. After the
IBurch service there was a short
in which the new constltu.
|H a was read. This constitution
many good clauses, among
being one which states that
candidate can enter Troop 8 tin-
he has the consent of the Scouts
the Troop and Is ready to become
■IH Tenderfoot at the first ihocting
he attends.
h E. A. SPOTZ, Scribe, i
Scout News on Page 17.]
''''The Live Store" "Always Reliable"
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, Doutrichs is a "safe" store for you and your friends at all times because
you always have a "come back" in case you are not satisfied, our guarantee is so sweeping that it
takes in everything and leaves no doubt whatever in your mind, the whole transaction is entirely in YOUR hands, when ♦
you are pleased and satisfied, then and only then do we consider we have served you the way we should.
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Doutrichs Januaryßeductions
A great many stores will guarantee but We press on still using our original methods
to "carry it out" is where a great many "hedge" Sometimes a of obtaining the "good will" and confidence of the people.
store will guarantee for a short while until they probably feel that they That is by square'dealing, honest representation and greater values—Take
have the trade coming their way and they can "slacken up" a bit But do January reductions, you'll find it just as a customer told us yesterday
you notice we continue to say "Always Reliable" as aggressively as ever you don't seem to make much "fuss" about your values yet they're the
before with unabated interest? best to be found anywhere.
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Hart Schaffner & Marx
Kuppenheimer &
Society Brand Clothes _
We've been "checking up" for several days and >/
you'll be surprised to see the number of customers who have 1 :
been here the past few days who came HERE after they had been disappointed
elsewhere We have the merchandise and when you go to another store and
Every Suit and Overcoat Reduced
All $2O Suits and Overcoats<j;i fiflfl All $4O Suits and Overcoats<j;3 2SO
All $25 Suits and Overcoats 21.50 All J545 Suits and Overcoats<|}37Jso
All $3O Suits and Overcoats <|}24.50 All $5O Suits and Overcoats<£4J gQ
All $35 Suits and All $55 Suits and Over coats <£4g # 5 Q
All $3B Suits and *[ fif) All $6O Suits and r /|
Boys' Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws
All $6.50 Boys' Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws $5.25 |
All $7.50 Boys' Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws $6.25
All $8.50 Boys' Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws $7.25
All $lO.OO Boys' Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws .... $8.25-
All $12.00 Boys' Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws .... $10.25
All $4.00 Trousers $3,25 All $6.50 Trousers $5.25 \
All $4.50 Trousers $3 J 5 All $7.50 Trousers $6#25 1
All $5.00 Trousers 2S All $8.50 Trousers 25 '
304 Market Street • ' Harrisburg, Pa.
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JANUARY 10, 1919. "

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