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INTERESTING PERSONAL AND SOCIAL SUNSHINE BAND HELPSCRIPPLES Rolling Cliair Belonging to So ciety May Be Borrowed For Invalids The March meeting of the Roberta Diebrow-Lloyd Sunshine Society was held yesterday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A.. Mrs. Downes, the i>resi dent, presided. The society v6ted to contribute monthly to the support of a worthy woman with several others depend ent upon her. One of the cripple cases sent by the society to a Philadelphia hospital for treatment has returned home greatly improved as the result of a successful operation. A rolling chair belonging to the society can be borrowed by apply ing at the home of Mrs. C. C. Dubbs, 800 North Third street. Five subscriptions for the na tional magazine of the organization, the Sunshine Pulletin, have been placed in the following institutions: The Harrisburg Hospital, the county almshouse, the Polyclinic Hospital, the Home of the Friendless and the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. John T. Olmsted was elected a member. Plans for the Easter work will be discussed at the next meeting, April 14, and Mrs. Downes desires that every member be present at that time. j Seventeenth Birthday of Miss Sarah Fetrow Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fettrow, of Eberley's Mills, arranged a celebra tion for the seventeenth birthday of their daughter. Miss Sarah Fettrow. The guests enjoyed music and games followed by a buffet supper. In at tendance were: Misses Sarah Fettrow, Margaret l May Lucile Stouter, Frances Tippet. Melverina Stotiffer, Helen Knisley. i Esther Spangler, Cathryn Musser,l Julia Wireman, Edith Hiner, Eliza- i beth Frazer, Clarrissa Deckman,. "Wilbur Thompson. Eli Sponsler, l Caleb Stoner, Chester Crall, Glen Fettrow, Russell Eichelberger. Harry Arnold. Carl Bucher, Arthur Thomp son, Luther West, Edward Frazer. Daniel Deckman. Howard Gulden i and Charles Kauss. Assisting in mak- j lng the evening pleasant for the I younger folks were Mrs. John Hlnesi and Mrs. W. F. Thompson. Maccabees to Entertain at the Aviation Camp An entertainment will be given Monday evening. March 31, at the Aviation Camp, in the "Y" hut. by the Women's Benefit Association of the Maccabees. Mrs. Grace Stouffer. , the captain, will lead a military drill i by the guard. "Community singing and dancing followed by refresh ments will complete the program for ' the evening. On March 20 the association will give a St. Patrick's party at Frantz hall. Third and Cumberland streets. On May 1. a district convention will be held at the Penn-Harris Hotel. A large class will be initi ated at this time. Dr. Markward Addresses P. R. R. Women's Division A most delightful meeting was held yesterday afternoon at the 1 Penn-Harris Hotel by the Enola and Harrisburg columns of the Penn- i sylvania Railroad Women's Division for War Relief. Department No. 7. Mrs. Andrew Dillinger, chairman of the Harrisburg ooiumn. presided. The Rev. Dr. Bradley Markward, of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church, de livered a tine address in which he commended the women for their loyalty in the past and touched upon their greater need for loyalty in the reconstruction period. -3fow@TS i or All Occasions Floral Decorations Wedding Flowers Farty Flowers Funeral Flowers cHießemjhitl | L LOCUST ST. AT SECOND FRESH ROASTED Just as you like it Satisfaction guar anteed. SANTOS COFFEE which is recognized as the world's best Our Price, 30c, 35c, 40c lb. IMPERIAL TEA CO. 213 Chestnut St. "Home of the Real Jumbo Peanuts" DINNER THIS EVENING Tuesday, March 11, 5 tu 7.30 Mouif er's Restaurant 4 N. COURT ST. 5Uc Chicken Noodle Soup / Dreaded Lamb Chop Chicken Croquette* JCofist Pork Konnt Heef Unfilled or Home Fried Potatoes CVm CUM tan! or Creamed Onion* Rusilnii Salad lee Cream, Pic or Pudding Coffee, Tea or Cocoa TUESDAY EVENING, ttXRRisBURG GgSHBSg TEraxsroLFH WARCH TT, T919. CARLISLE MAN WINS BRIDE HERE M WSmk JiL, fll I BP , j|. J9 MR. AND MRS. WALTER LEE GARLAND SPRING WEDDING ; IN BRIDE'S HOME Miss Elizabeth Brown Marries 1 Walter Lee Garland, of Carlisle, Last Night 1 Miss Elizabeth Clair4 Brown, j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. | Brown, 1603, Green street, was mar j ried at 7 o'clock last evening to Wal ter Lee Garland, of Carlisle. The , wedding was one of the pret'iest I home events of the season. The Rev. ! Henry W. A. Hanson, pastor of the ; Messiah Lutheran Church, performed i the ceremony, and the wedding march was played by F. Marion Sourbeer. The bride wore a beautiful blue Georgette crepe gown and carried a I bouquet of American Beauty roses. ' Following the ceremony the imme ' Jiate families feted the happy pair at a dinner in the Japanese Room ! of the Penn-Harris Hotel. Both young people are well known I and popular in this section. Mr. Gar land recently returned from Camp j Greene. X. C. They will be "at home" to their friends at 1603 Green street. Mr. and Mrs. Bogar Give Party For Daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bogar, Jr. en tertained in a delightfully informal way at their home, 56 North Seven teenth street, last evening, in com , pliment to their daughter. Miss Lil j lian Bogar. Music and games fur nished the evening's amusement. Re freshments were served to th e fol lowing young people: Miss Ruth, Dallman, Miss Margaret Jacoby, Miss Elva Myers, Miss Margaret Raney, • Miss Mae Mountz, Miss Mary Greene, 1 Miss Lillian Bogar, Edward Keller, ; John Smith, Meredith Dallman, Bruce Smith. Lester Miller, Robert Notes i tine, Ralph Lippi, and Henry Gar i rett. Former Baritone Chosen Westminster Soloist Corporal William H. Boyer, the well known baritone, was chosen so loist of Westminster Presbyterian Church and made his initial appear ance last Sunday evening. On Thurs day evening, March 20, Mr. Boyer will be heard in song and ballad re cital at Fahnestock Hall. He has sung for the Red Cross at the base hospital. Y. M. C. A.. Knights of Co lumbus and Jewish Welfare Boys, singing for 10,000 at the Labor day exercises while at Camp Lee. Graduate Nurses Hear About the Home Nursing The meeting held yesterday after ' noon at the Civic Club for the pur ; pose of interesting the graduate i nurses of the community in the pub lic health activities, especially re | garding the home nursing instruc ! tion, was well attended. Mis£ Eliza j beth F. Miller, who was sent by di vision headquarters, was ihe speak er for the afternoon. Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones presided. Following the talk, tea was served, with Mrs. W. O. Hickok, 3rd. at the table, as sisted by Mrs. Walter Spolloid. Little Five-Year-Old Thinks He's Real Soldier .... * $ RICHARD T. SMITH Richard T. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Smith had a happy celebration of his fifth birthday a day or two ago. The following chil dren were invited to take supper with him: Marie Thompson, Evelyn and Lorada Thompson, John, Ford and Ralph Thompson and Robert W. Smith. There were games and con tests afterward and the little lad received some prety gifts. He is proudest of all of his soldier suit and hopes he may bo able to serve Uncle Sam some day. SOLDIERS TO TAKE PART IN PROGRAM Interesting Vaudeville to Help Emergency Aid With Yard Funds The vaudeville entertainment to be given on Thursday night, in Chest nut street auditorium, by the Emerg ency Aid, Tor the benefit of the yarn bill, promises to be exceptionally amusing. Many unique features are being arranged, including a buck and wing dance by Corporal Isaac Jackson, of Savannah, Ga. Sergeant Dandridge. of Company D, and his imperial quartet, will pre sent some clever novelties. Sergeant Weston will give selec tions from "Dunbar." The entire performance will be mirth—provoking and of unusual in terest. At the close of the entertain ment a luncheon will be served by the ladies for a nominal price. A few patrons' tickets are still on sale at a dollar each. It is hoped that they will be called for rapidly. Mrs. Rippin Addresses College Club Today Mrs. Jane Deeter Rippin, formerly chief probation officer of the Muni cipal Court of Philadelphia, address ed the members of the College Cub and their guests this afternoon in the Civic Club on "The Delinquent Girl as a Factor in Demobilization." Mrs. John C. Stine, the president, presid ed. and after the talk tea was served with Mrs. George B. Kunkel and Miss Alice R. Eaton pouring, assist ed by Mrs. John B. McAlister, Mrs. Horace A. Witman, Miss Helen Mc- Farland, Miss Norma Barker and Mrs. Jacob Crane. Dogwood Troop Gets Word From Its Captain The Dogwood Troop, Girl Scouts No. 2, received an intensely inter esting letter from its captain. Miss Julia Stamm, now serving in France with the Y. M. C. A. at Cannes. En closed in Miss Stamm's letter was a • letter from Madame Dussoul, mother of the French war orphan for whom the scouts of Dogwood Troop are caring. Madame Dussoul's letter was written in French and a trans lation was read to the members of the troop at their meeting last even ing. HEBREW LADIES' AID The Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society has arranged a benefit to be gi%-en Wed nesday evening, March 12, in the Board of Trade Hall. All proceeds will be used for charitable purposes. COLONIAL CARD NIGHT The bi-monthly card night at the Colonial Country Club, is scheduled for this evening. Prizes will be awarded. THIRD POST DANCE The Captain Howard L. Calder Post No. 31, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold the third of their series of dances at Winterdaie hall To-morrow evening. The Mannix banjo-saxophone orchestra will play for the dancing. FRCIT GROVE SOCI_SL A committee from Capitol Legion 1108. headed by Mrs. Linnie Motter. is arranging for a "Fruit Grove So | cial" to be held in their hall, 26 North Third street, tomorrow eve ning. Members and friends of the older are invited to be present. Miss Martha Bausman, of Lancas ter, has returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wells, 608 North second street. Lieutenant Edgar McNeal, of Co lumbla, recently spent several days with friends in this city. Miss Stewart of Lancaster is a guest of Mrs. Sarah A. Brady and Mrs. John T. Graham, at their home 1629 North Second street. Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Wagner went home to Schenectady. N. Y., this morning after a week's jsjtay with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Thompson, of Green street. Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Jackson, of Baltimore, are enjoying a visit with their sister. Mrs. Harriet Kline, of Penn street. Mrs. Cloyde Brehm and small son, Fred Brehm, of Knoxville, Tenn., are guests of her mother, Mrs. John F. Dapp, 1420 North Second street. Unloading—Refilling That's the way Doutrichs have been doing during their Clearance Sale, such a busy store you have never seen—Say, does anybody buy anywhere but Doutrichs? asked a woman who watched the eager customers throughout the store—You can get a great view of this busy store from the Boys' Department, where they are selling all $l.OO and $1.25 Kaynee Blouses at 79 c FOUR MORE DAYS WEDNESDAY CLUB GIVING CONCERT Frances Nash, Pianiste, Will Present Beautiful Program in Fahnestock Hall Frances Nash, the young Amer ican girl whom the Wednesday Club has secured for a piano recital to morrow night in Fnhnestock Hall at 8.30 o'clock has found a real place for herself in the hearts of the mu sic-loving public. Since her brief European tour was cut short by the great war, she lias been heard in nearly every great American city and lier fame has been broadened by appearances with about all the great orchestras of the country. Miss Nash comes here in response to an invitation from the Wed nesday Club whose members have urged a strictly piano concert. The program to-morrow night will in clude: Sonato op. 50 G minor No. 2 (Mac- Dowell), four movements; Nocturne B major (Chopin): Scherzo C sharp minor (Chopin): Evocation (Al beniz): Etude Arabesque (Lesche tizky): May Night (Palmyren); Toc cati (Saint S^ens). All classes of Wednesday Club members are privileged to attend this concert on presentation of their membership cards. Other wishing to hear this gifted pianist will pay the usual nominal fee. Mrs. King and Brother Celebrate Birthdays Tlieir was a birthday surprise party given at the King residence, 316 Reily street in honor of Mrs. Jack T. King. and her brother. Daniel F. Bankes. The guests brought gifts with them and after congratu lations and good wishes a late supper was served to these guests: The Misses Alice Weiger. Marie Welger, Mary Carpenter, Ruth Daller, Mil dred Marlin, Pauline Brintotn, Ella Arnold, Sara Marlin. Carrie Medran, Margaret Snyder, Margaret Felker, Sarah Arnold. Edith Daller. Lillian Ream and Esther Bankes. John Burns, John Kan, Webster Lewis, Lloyd Conklin, Chester Young. Charles Rutter, George Bankes, Dan Bankes, Clarence Palmer, Mr. Con rad, Lloyd Daller. Heister Dull, Roy Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. King, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Daller, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. King. Mrs. Frank Marlin. Mrs. Ralph Gilberg, Mrs. Webster Felker, Mrs. Charles C. King, Mrs. Earl Good year, Mrs. Charles Bankes, Harry King, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bankes, Mr. and, Mrs. George Ream, Mrs. Kendiek, Mrs. Lemeny, Mr. and Mrs. Jack T. King. Harrisburg Hospital Flower Guild Meets The Flower Guild of the Harris burg Hospital held its annual meet ing yesterday afternoon in the di rectors' room at the hospital. Re ports were given and an election of officers was held, with the follow ing results: President, Miss Mary Crelghton; first vic e president, Mrs. Henry M. Stine; second vice president. Miss Mary Heister: secretary. Miss Maude Stamm; treasurer, Miss Almeda Her man. Miss Julia Stamm was president, and Miss Elizabeth Ross was secre tary during the year 191 S. On the executive commitee are Mrs. E. J. Stackpole, Jr., Mrs. J. Hoffer Detweiler, Mrs. Howard M. Binga man, Mrs. Alfred Segilman, Mrs. Paul G. Smith, Miss Mary Creighton, Mrs. Henry M. Stine, Miss Mary Heister, Miss Maude Stamm and Miss Almeda Herman. SCOUTS TO HIKE The Goldenrod Troop, No. 3, of Girl Scouts, of the Augsburg Luth eran Church, held a meeting last evening at which the following girls were appointed scribes: Elizabeth McCunsky, Hazel Zimmerman and Anna Katherine Marzolf. Arrangements were made for a hike to Rockville on Saturday at 2 o'clock. Every member is request ed to go along Captain Pearl B. Ebner will accompany them. STORY LEAGUE TONIGHT The Story Tellers' League will hold its regular meeting tonight at 7.30 o'clock in the director's room of the public library. "Stories of Great Paintings" will be told by the follow ing members: Miss Grace Witrner, Mrs. Robert Swartz Harling, Mrs i William Huseltine, Mrs. Mary Snyder Roland and Miss Claudine Melville. Paul E. Lewis, a student of State College, spent the weekend in the city as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Stark, 236 Kelker street. Miss Elizabeth K. Knisely, of Front and Maclay streets, entertain ed at luncheon to-day in honor of her guest. Miss Dorothy Dane, of Moline, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Huber, of 1400 North Second street, are about Ito take up their residence in Home wood, Pittsburgh. Mr. Hubef is now assistant superintendent of motive power for the Pittsburgh Division of the Pennsylvania railroad. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hench and little son, of 807 Green street, are visiting relatives in New York City, this week. Miss Millicent Gracey went home to Baltimore to-day after a week's stay among relatives in this vicinity Miss Pamela Wright and Miss Neva Wright, of Pittsburgh, are stopping for a while with their aunt. Mrs. M. Luther Young, of Market street. Miss Jean Chamberlain, a student of Vassar College, is visiting her mother, Mrs. James I. Chamberlain, 323 North Front street Miss Anna R. Kelker and Miss Mary Kelker, 15 South Front street have returned to their home after ai visit to Florida. Wishes to Complete His Course at Princeton I il LT. JOHN Q. STEWART Lieutenant John Q. Stewart, Jr., who has just returned from service in France, has been recommended for teaching at Camp Humphries, but is anxious for his discharge in order to return to Princeton to complete his three years post graduate work in that University which he can easily do after Easter. Lieutenant Stewart served for a year with the 29th and the 74th En gineers and was with one of the first American division to occupy the Toul |sector. Later he was assigned as in structor in the Army Engineering School, near Langres. SHAJIBAI GH-PLATT BRIDAL On Saturday evening. Marclf 8, at S o'clock, Miss Mary Elizabeth Piatt, of 519 Maclay street, was united in marriage with Clarence Monroe Shambaugh, of 2021 Wood avenue. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. S. Hershey at the parsonage of the Green Street Church of God, 2110 Green street. Mr. und Mrs. Shambaugh will reside at 519 Maclay street. ST. PATRICK'S DANCE Invitations have been issued fpr the second of a series of dances to he given in Handshaw's Hall. The I hail will be decorated appropriately for the occasion and the Burd Banjo- Saxo Orchestra will furnish music. On the committee of arrangements are Mrs. Walter Maguroski, Mrs. P. N. Hall. Miss Clarice Thurston and Miss Alice O'Leary. STUDENT HAS APPENDICITIS Moorhead Kennedy, Jr., a student of Mercersburg Academy, -ecently underwent an operation for appen dicitis at his hom e at Ragged Edge, Chambersburg. Dr. William Kennedy! of Philadelphia, Is in charge of the case and complete recovery is assured. Miss Marie E. Smith, 1509 State street, spent the week-end in Car lisle as the guest of Miss Mary Line, While there. Miss Smith attended the Phi Delta Theta dance of Dick inson College. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amsden. 107 Reily street, went to Reading to-day for an automobile trip. DR. C. R. PHILLIPS will meet his patients and those of Dr. J. W. Ellenbergcr for the pres ent at 922 North Third street from 6.30 to 8.30 p. m. Other hours appointment. —Adv. y § HSBH YOUR CHOICE. 15 KINDS 1 TJ ELECTRIC CLEANERS W/ If AT T TYPFS \ (JL WASHING MACHINES EASY PAYMENTS NEIDIG BROS. 21 g SECOND ST Hoffer's Best Flour before-the-war quality now being sold by all grocers. Make good home made bread by using The Best Flour -On the Market State Will CoUect Personal Property Tax Representative Hugh A. Dawson, Lackawanna tomorrow plans to in troduce the administration bill call ing for a return of one half of the personal property tax to the state. There will be a proviso in th e bill calling for the enforcement of the act after January 1, "It being the in tent" the bill will read, "that the tax imposed upon personal property for the year 1919 shall be for the exclu sive use of the couiity under existing legislation. Harris A. M. E. Holds Its Third Annual Bazar The members of Harris A. M. E. Zion Church are busy this week with theor bazar. They have arranged a program for the entertainment of I those who may attend each evening during this week. The committee has on sale ice Cream, randies, all kinds | of toilet goods, groceries, dry goods, vegetables, books and cards. On the committee are: J. c. Briscoe. ' president; Sadie Corbin. treasurer; May Norris, vice-president: the Rev. R. L Briscoe, pastor, and Mabel Fick lin, secretary. SAYS HE STOLE $lO Maxwell Oliphant, 1515 Naudain street, was arrested at the Pennsyl vania railroad station this morning jby Patrolman Anderson, charged i with the theft of $4O from the home of Harry Rider, 12 34 Derry street. SPRING OPENING Beginning March 11, for four days. Special prices will feature the opening days. M. Mall, Custom Tai lor, 1213 Green street. ———————————————i SUNDAY OFFICE HOURS DISCONTINUED Beginning March 16, 1919 and continuing until further no tice, my Sunday office hours will be discontinued, except by special appointment. DR. A, L. SHEARER BQ4 North Sixth Street f Delicious You Say And no womlcr you say it after | yon have drunk a cup of Golden Roast Blend Coffee i I Foi ill every sense it is wonder ful coffee. You'll not find the rich aromatic flavor in any other j brand. The delicate care employed in blending Golden Roast, and the roasting—these are the elements which insure perfect coffee good ness. And then it is sealed air tight in pound packages, coming to you full flavored and rich. Order it from your grocer. R. H. Lyon Coffee Purveyor to the Penn-Harris HARRISBURG, PA. Continued From March 10, 1910. "When the milk arrives at the central receiving station it is weigh ed and tested. It must be of a standard quality, else we would not accept it." "Are weighing and testing the only tilings that you do at the central receiv ing stations?" asked the Ad man. "No, indeed!" replied Mr. Hershey, in a very surprised manner, as though the Ad man didn't know what he was talking about. "We separate the cream from the milk and then pastuerize it, right there in the central receiving sta tion." "I didn't think you were equipped for all that work in those places," ex claimed the Ad man. "Is it customary in stations like yours to go through all those operations? Do all creameries have facilities for that kind of work in their receiving stations?" "Well, to begin with, all ice cream factories do not have their central re ceiving stations like we have. Most of them buy their raw materials from larger concerns'. We sell a great deal of milk and cream to other concerns," replied Mr. Hershey. "And that is not all we do in the cen tral receiving stations," the general manager. "The skim milk is utilized." "What do you do with it?" asked the perpetual interrogator. "The skim milk is condensed. We have a condensing machine in the cen tral receiving station. Of course all the condensing is not done there. We sepa rate the cream from the milk here in our plant, too. That is the raw material that is brought direct to our factory here in Harrisburg," explained Mr. Hershey. "But the most of it, rather the greater part of all the raw material we get, is brought to the stations. That is the rea son it lessens the work here. But the work there is done the same as it is here." "Do you have the best cattle," asked the Ad man. "That's important, indeed! And very interesting," replied Mr. Hershey. / \ Harrlsburr. Pa. Look for tomorrow** March 11, 1919. continuation of this— Bittud The Ad-mari. Written Especially For Hershey Creamery Co. Makers of Hershey*s Superior Ice Creaan.