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INTERESTING PERSONAL AND SOCIAL BIBLE CLASS 18 GREETS MEMBERS Reception Last Evening in State Street U. B. Church Is Well Attended The Ladies' Bible class No. 18 of the State Street United Brethren Church gave a reception to their new members last evening with re freshments following an interesting program ot music and talks. Among those present were the Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Rhoad, Mr. and Mrs. Saltsman, Mr. and Mrs. Oyler, Mrs. Miller, Mrs, Blough, Mrs. Buck, Mrs. Enders. Mrs. Lnverty, Mrs. Far ling. Mrs. Window Mrs Him melstein, Mrs. Go-.vdy, Mrs. Anker brandt. Miss Lev an. Mrs. Nauss, Miss Anna James. "Mrs. Wolf. Mrs. Par fet, Mrs. Walker. Miss Carrie Walk er. Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. David Cooper, Mrs. Fasick. Mrs. Clark, Mrs. V. Lay, Mrs. C. E. Lay. Mrs. Novinger, Mrs. Rowc, Mrs. L. Row, Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Gemsalles. Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. W. >l. Zimmerman. Mrs. Edmonson, Mrs. Runhle. Mrs. Spltter, Mrs. Esenhorn, Mrs. Lingle. Miss Mary 1 .ingle, Mrs. Mark. Mrs. Matz. Mrs. Andesson and Mrs. J. H. Lynch. Meade W. C. T. U. Appoints Superintendents of Work The "Meade W. C. T. U. met last evening at the home*of Mrs. Annie Elder, lt'l Evergreen street. ' The meeting was opened with a prayer and a Bible reading after which Mi*" Ruth Uiltner sang "The Rose of No Man's -Lank)." accompanied by Miss Cora Beilc Elder, followed by y duet entitled "Floriene." Later ii\ the evening 'Miss Giltner pave several delightful violin selections which called forth enthusiastic applause. The following superintendents of work were appointed: Flower su perintendent. Miss Elizabeth Haek enburg: superintendent of L. G. L and P. L. B. work. Mrs. "J. S. Pat terson: superintendent of press work. Mrs. Annie Elder: anti-narcotic su perintendent. Mrs. AY. E. Reichart: superintendent' of literature, Mrs. Maude Heed: superintendent of Sun daj school work. Mrs. W. Obedier: superintendent of mother's meeting. Mrs. John Appleby. * Mrs. Sproul Is Honor Guest at a Luncheon Mrs. Sproul was guest of honor at a luncheon- and charter meeting given yesterday by ihc New Centurv Club of Philadelphia. Many other prominent women were also pres ent. as honor guests, including: Mrs. Donald P. Gleason, president of the State Federation of Women's Clubs; Mrs. James Starr, president of the Pennsylvania Soeiety of Colonial Dames: Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook, Pennsylvania Stale regent of the D. A. R.; Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson, president of the Acorn Club; Mrs. Edward H. Coates. president of tho Contemporary Club, and Mrs. Fred erick \V. Abbott, vice-president of the music department. General Fed eration of Women's Clubs. „ Young Folks Make Merry at a Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Snyder gave a surprise party in honor of their daughter. Miss Catherine Keiser, at their home. 136 South Third street. The evening was spent in games and dancing and refreshments were served. In attendance were the Misses Catherine Keiser, Dorothy Eisenhoucr. Sarah Kelley, Margaret Dovv'ney, Evelyn' Swartz, Martha Hatfield, Mary Long, Niceta Otto. Gladys Angstadt. Elsie Swartz. Ger trude Farridy, Elizabeth McGuire, Harry Long. Jack Morrisey, Bill Zimmerman. Tom Toomey, Earl White, Edward Farridy, Charles Snyder. Sergeant Paul Kol>n, of Camp Merritt, N. J., and Charles Eisenhouer. Travel Talk on India Sunday at Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Fred Kelker will give the sec ond of her series of travel talks, on India, in the Y. W. C. A., Sunday evening at 5 o'clock. Mrs. De- Witt Fry will preside and Miss Ade laide Lusk will give several vocal selections The social hour, which follows the vesper service, will be conducted by Miss Helen Wallis. The attendance last Sunday was exceptionally good and the intense ly interesting talk was greatly ap preciated. HUDSON-POTTS WEDDING A pretty March wedding was that of Miss Anna Mary Potts, of Halifax, Pa., to Archie Leven Hudson, last evening, at the manse of the Stevens Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church. Thirteenth and Vernon streets, with the Rev. Dr. Clayton Albert Smucker officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson left Tuesday night for a short wedding journey and on their return they will reside at 476 Orchard avenue, in Steelton, Pa. TO BE PHARMACIST Alex Schampan, a member of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and a graduate of the class of 1918 of Central High school, has received notice that he has successfully passed the State examination for qualified assistants, held in this city last week. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Schampan, 1417 North Second street. HOME FROM NEW YORK Miss Bessie E. Poorman, of 211 Boas street, and her cousin, Mrs. William Coble, of Highspire, came home last evening from New York City where they spent a delightful week, combining business and pleas ure. They were guests of Miss Poor man's sister. Mrs. L. E. Thomas, in Palisaide Park, N. J., for several days while away. a Where Your Dollar Is Worth N 1 19c $l - 26 W'll R tl, R If you will take the trouble to price the same blue Chambray ISliy 111 6 t>6St Shirts that Doutrichs are selling at 35C Brighton GarterS v ■ At Doutrichs Clearance Sale You will find that they are being sold everywhere at $1.25. Buy them at Doutrichs Clearance Sale. This Week; — WEDNESDAY EVENING. BARRiastTRO ttifi&f TELEGRAPH MARCH 12,1919. NEW ACTIVITIES AT COUNTRY CLUB Tea, Dinner and Dance In cluded in Opening Fes tivities on Saturday The Harrisburg Country Club will j open for the season on Saturday. In ; the iifternoon there will be a club ! tea followed by a table d'hote dinner and Uvdanee in the evening. The F. Marion Sourbter <ychestra will play for the dancing. The house committee is as follows: John Motter, chairman: David E. Tracy, Henderson Gilbert, Mrs. Mar liit E. OlmstOjfi and Mrs. Frank Payne. The committee on grounds comprise: Charles E. Ryder, chair man: Donald McCormick and Albert Allen. The golf committee: A. 11. Armstrong chairman; Wulter P. Maguire and Harry T. Neaie. The tennis committee: William Mc 'Creiith. chairman: Major Samuel W. j Flemming and Farley Gannett. Methodist Missionary •Societies in Conference Representative women of (he I Women's Home Missionary Societies of the Methodist Episcopal Churches •of the city, met in a preparatory con ference at the Y. W. C. A. yesterday . afternoon at 3 o'clock, with Mrs. C. A. Hinucker presiding. Mrs. Edgar R. Hcekman. corresponding secretary jof the Women's Home Missionary Society, of the Central Pennsylvania Conference, made a brief address. Plans were made for a big meeting to be held in the Grace Methodist church some time in April. A definate i date will be announced later. The following officers and commit ! tee chairmen were appointed: Chairman, Mrs. George Stil'man; j secretary, Mrs. J. W. ITnton; hos pitality chairman. Mrs. W. H. Brick er; publicity chairman. Miss Helen ; C. Tilghman: registration, the Young Women's Missionary Society of Grace . church. The meeting was closed with a prayer by Mrs. Ilockman. ATTEND WEAKLEY FUNERAL Among the many out-of-town peo | pie who were in the city yesterday to attend the funeral services of I Charles S. "Weakley were the follow jing: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buck and , their children, of Scranton; Mrs. Edgar Wills and daughter, Dorothy j Wills, of Wilkes-Barre; Mr. and Mrs. c. Theodore Weakley, of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Henry Shau and Miss Elliott Shau. of Ilagerstown, Md.; j Mrs. Joseph M. Corson, of Lock ! Haven; James Boak. Theodore Boak. I George Boak and Raymond Boak. i of Hughesville. ♦ PRETTY SPRING LUNCHEON Miss Charlotte Maxwell, of Green street, gave an informal luncheon this afternoon in honor of her guest, i Miss Salome Bothwell, of Baltimore. I The color scheme of yellow and i white was attractively carried out with daffodils, stevit and pussywil lows In a crystal basket centerpiece, i Twelve young girls played bridge t after the feasting. REMOVES TO THIS CITY Mrs. Stella Friedman, of Philadelphia, I has taken up her residence in this city and with her sister. Mrs. Charles Cron : son. 2010 North Third street, will con j duct a millinery shop at 311 Walnut i street. EN ROUTE TO VIRGINIA Harry Krepps. of Lewistown, spent | several hours in the city as the guest | of his cousin, C. W. Miller. 327 Hamtl ton street, while enroute to Camp Alex ander. Newport News, Va. Mrs. M. B. Church, of 119 Locust i street, has gone to Akron, Ohio, to j visit her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. | Harold C. Coutts. ! Mrs. W S. Morrison and son, Ed j ward Morrison, have gonh home to I Columbus, Ohio after a week-end | stay with :Nfr. and Mrs. C. L. Leiby, j at 306 North Second street. Mr. and Mrs. John Magoun and small son Jack are in the city for a ' time with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Williamson, Belvedere apartments, ' after residing in Bethlehem for sev eral months. Miss Hazel Reed went home to Pittsburgh this morning after spend ■ ing a month with her aunt, Mrs. ; Martin L. Kennedy, of Green street. DR. C. IL PHILLIPS : will meet his patients and those of j Dr. J. W. EUenberger for the pres | ent at 922 North Third street from <6 30 to 8.30 p. m. Other hours by appointment.—Adv. rdFlowrSn .1.1 iwsnpsHHn or All Occasions Floral Decorations Wedding Flowers Farty Flowjts Funeral Flowers cHießerruhill . LOCUST ST. AT SECOND , L l mi iimmlir SUNDAY OFFICE HOURS DISCONTINUED Beginning March 16, 191S and continuing until further no tice, my Sunday office hours will ; be discontinued, except by special i appointment. DR. A. L. SHEARER BQ4 North Sixth Street COLONIAL CLUB'S PLEASANT EVENTS Card Party Last Evening With Jolly St. Patrick's Fete Planned For Saturday I Pleasant events have been going on ! at the Colonial Country Club all winter • and now that spring is here the en j thuslasm shows no abatement. Last ! evening March Card Night was cele i brated with' u good attendance and forty ! guests playing Five Hundred. The j prizewinners were Mrs. V. W. Kenney, ' Sirs. D. A. Caley. Mrs. .1. W. Law.son. | Stanley P. Hay, Charles M. Forney and I James C. Thompson. ! The annual meeting of the club will !be held to-morrow evening when five iof the board of governors will be i elected. * ' The St. Patrick's Pay dinner-dance ! Saturday evening promises much fun }ln the way of decorations and favors. 1 all strictly suggestive of the Kmerald Isle. The Updegrove Orchestra will ■ play and the singing interspersing the ! dance music will be done by Miss ! Naomi Axklcy and L. C. Owrey. Res jervations for the dinner at 6:30 o'clock j are rapidly coming in and there will be | many members and tlieir friends to en -1 joy the evening. FORMER RESIDENT WEDS The wedding of Miss Clare Hibs man, of Coatesvilte, to Charles Shallcross Eachus, of - the same place, was solemnized yesterday at the home of the bridegroom. * East j Chestnut street, with the Rev. D. D. j Gillespie, pastor of the First Pres [ byterian Church, officiating. Mr. and i Mrs. Eachus will spend part of their i wedding trip in this city where the I hride, who was a former resident, is i well known. MOVING PICTURE SHOW I The Bachelor Girls' Club of the : Y. W. C. A. will have a moving pic ture show this evening at S o'clock, j the proceeds to secure funds for their club work—sending delegates | to Camp Nepahwin and incidental • expenses. Thh films of all kinds are i to be furnished by the United Pro j jector and Film Company. ; [An announcement under fhia heading j must be accompanied by name to assure j accuracy.) Mr. and Mrs. August F. Speese. 34 i North Thirteenth street, have announced i the birth of a daughter, Marjorlc Flora 1 Speese, March 7. 1919. Mrs. Speese was i formerly Miss Erna Flora, of Columbia. ! daughter of the Pennsy freight conduc | tor who was fatally Injured In the I Heaton wreck March 6 and whose death was announced March 10. I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fackler. of 2903 Derry street, announce the birth of a daughter. Hazel Ernestine Fackler. Sun day. February 23, 1919. Mrs. Fackler prior to her marriage was Miss Mar garet Fortune, of Plattsburg, N. Y. | This Is the Last Week i Mr. Geo. S. Mooradian will display his fine collection I of Oriental Rugs jj at our shop for the present You are advised to purchase the v rugs you desire between now and lIJ Saturday. liij 1 THE BLAKE SHOP | Interior Decorations p X 225 North Second St | |, ; Distinguished Footwear For Women jilf sjl Rodney lif In p ° te "' mrt' | P C UZS | |1 Very distinctive last— !xl with welted and stitched jip IllJll'ij sole and Jull Louis XV :i|j jljjv heel. Exceptional model. |||* : [''III f or present wear. fill 1 QS/Zbdheff > |i |1 . J&SgSZy I W.C.T.U. PUNS VICTORY PAGEANT Local Unions Will Celebrate Columbia's Rollcall of the States Friday, March 21 An address on "Famous American j Women In Relation to Temperance." by | Mrs. Gus M. Steinmetz, will be the spe cial feature of the meeting of Harris burg W. C. T. V. to-morrow afternoon ' at 2 o'clock In the Fourth Street Church of God. At 3:30 o'clock a "rehearsal has been called by Mrs. John DeOray. chairman of a new committee, for the women who \ will take part in the pageant. "Colum hia's Roll Call of the States on National Prohibition," to be presented on the evening of March 21, in the Stevens Me morial Methodist Church at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Walter M. Fishel. of tho Meade Union, urges all these women to be present to-mbrrow. Miss Crabbe Hostess For Informal Party Miss Charlotte W. Crabbe, 1931 Whitehall street. delightfully enter-. talned the former members of tlje T. A. D. Club. This club was in exist ence as a junior society at Central High School last year. Tlie. jolllost of even ings was enjoyed and refreshments served to the following: Miss Katherine Eveler, Miss Dorothy DeVout. Miss Helen Koehenderfer. Miss Elizabeth Lloyd. Miss Gertrude McDevitt, Miss Ivols Coons. Miss Charlotte Crabbe and Miss Virginia Forrer. Miss Esther Coutts and Miss Vir ginia Coutts went home to Rich mond. Va.. to-day after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Jackson, of Penn street. Orlando Gregory and his daugh- I ter, Mrs. Thomas Dunn, of Balti more. are in town for a brief stay among relatives. SPRING OPENING Beginning March 11, for four days. Special prices will feature the opening days. M. Mall, Custom Tai lor. 1213 Green street. Dinner Dance Friday The Penn-Harris Saxobanjo Orchestra, 6 to 8 Friday Night—Shore Dinner WATCH THIS SPACE FOR MENU FOWNES-BRADLEY BRIDALIN P'B'GH Popular Young Woman De cides to Marry While Visit ing in the Smoky City Mr. and Mrs. Waltey H. Galther. 205 South Front street, announce the marriage of Mrs. Qaither'a sister. Miss Anna Gay Bradley to James Al den Fownes, of Pittsburgh. Miss Bradley lias made lier home in Har risburg for the pust eight years, and is well known here in social circles. Mr. Kownes, a Lafayette man. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. K. 6. Fownes, 1200 Murray Hill Avenue, Pittsburgh. : He is a member of the Oakmont and several other clubs. They will make j their home in Pittsburgh. i NOW LIVING IX CHICAGO ; Miss Blanche O. Baker, of 2319 ' North Sixth street, line guno to Chi- I cugo to reside with Dr. and Mrs.' j Charles Hunt formerly of this j city. l>r. Hunt, who is now Major I Hunt, is ill Charge iof the United j States Army General"Hospital at 47th | street and Drexel Boulevard. Chicago. His wife was .formerly Miss Aurelia Galbraifh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bertram G. Galbraith, of Paxtang. Thorns Bcndall and his little daughter, Therese Bcndall, of Brooklyn, are guests of their rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Edson Taylor, of Market street, on. the way to Bal- I Miss Martha Wonders and her j small brother, Charles K. Wonders, lof Chattanooga, Tenn., are visiting t their relnttvos, Mr. and Mrs. Rlch- I urd Fegiey, of Market street. | Witmer, Bair & Witmer I WALNUT, NEAR SECOND ! | |jj Many New Arrivals in Foulard Dresses § —Serge Capes—Silvertone and jjjj Silvertip Bolivia Dolmans : Tyrol Suits Blue Serge Capes nil 1,1 " t>N y J lcather shades, , i n a i ar g o variety of styles || sport and flare hip models. J II Now prices, ! lined and unlined, $27.50, $29.75, $16.75, $19.75. '••• $32.50 $21.50 to $50.00 k 1 I | ' FOULARD DRESSES 1 | ' in Georgette an.l Sill; combination.—striking designs. ill $82.50, $37.50 to $69.75 I Vv | I Indestructible Mourning Blouses jjjj x Voile Blouses ln Crepe de aiine Wash Satln x 111 l The dressy suit Blouse in and Georgette—with or with- ||(| X maise and blue—tan and blue, out w bß® collars, i $13.95 $4.95 to $15.75 I | i lij Taffeta Dresses Serge Dresses 111 l in plain and combination ef- - 111 l 111 l fects— many with Georgette ,n nav y- brown, green, plum |||| sleeves, —exceptional values, X 1 $15.75, $21.50, ntr 111 $35.00 $ll. yo I Witmer, Bair & Witmer 1 f The Great Question of The Peace Conference What'll We Do With Him, Boys? A Sailor Song by William J. (Sailor) Reilly Victor Record No. 18460 C. M. SIGLER, Inc. Pianos. 30 N. Second St. Victrolas. ! I. " YOUR CHOICE. 15 KINDS > I ELECTRIC CLEANERS W. Iff • \ All TYPFS \ra WASHING MACHINES jl EASY PAYMENTS * • NEIDIG BROS. 21 S. SECOND ST. TO OCCUPY NEW HOME W. J. Stewart, president of the Liberty Realty Company, will eoon occupy with hie family their new residence, 1400 North Second street, recently purchased from Jay F. Rohrcr. Mr. Stewart came here from 1-ancaster about a year ago. Mr. Rohrer will shortly leave for Pittsburgh to reside with his daugh ter, Mrs. Harry G. Huber. Heber H. Thompson, of Pottsrllle, spent yesterday with Dr. and Mrs. Cherrlck Westbrook, at Melrose. r• ' w Dlaacr This Kir.—WrC, March 12 er's Restaurant 4 K. C'sart ■lres*. S • T. 30 50< Vegetable baf Baked Shad Creamed Ced Pish lloast l.ssih— Hsu< Href Slashed er Aa Gratia Petatees Stewed Ferns—Pelery—Salad t'hetre of Desserts ( otter. Tea, Csewa V— . J f > Star Carpet Cleaning Works Let Is Clenn Vonr Carpets NOW - General Upholstering Expert Work Guaranteed GIVE US A TRIAL . Joseph Coplinky Eleventh nnd Walnut Streets II AHHISBt'HG, FA. Hell SOS-It Dial 0951 Oom tinned From March 11, till. V % "All the ( cattle on our farms,' said Mr. Hersliey, t4 are thoroughly inspected. We spend a great deal of time out on the farms with our men to help the farmer raise good cat tle. \ "'There are a great many modern methods which the farmer is anxious to adopt when they are brought to him. i I guess you have heard the expres sion 'Contented Cows'; it is an odd ex pression but it signifies a great deal." The Ad man then remarked, "That is • an odd expression. Just what do you mean by it?'* 'W ell," said Mr. Hershey, "You know when cattle have plenty to eat and have the right kind of food they grow well and are happy just like people. We call them contented." "Do your farmers Kojyrfc' tKe cattle good?" asked the Ad man. I % "They certainly do!" replied Mr. Hershey, "That is one of the things we teach them. Cattle should be well cared for with a good roof. It is very bad for cattle when they are not orotected well against the weather." "By the way, Mr. Hershey," asked the Ad man, "What do vou do with the milk you condense?" J "We have a big outlet for it," replied Mr. Hershey. "A lot of it is sold to bak ers and confectionerg. We make large shipments to Florida, Texas, and west of the Mississippi." "Do you sell anv looallv?" asked the Ad man. "Oh. yes." replied the general mana ger, "we sell quite a lot locally, but we have more than we need here at Har risburg. We have a great demand for our condensed milk and make large ' shipments as fast as we can." HarHabunr, Pa. LoaV for tomorrow** March 12, 11. continuation of thta— The Ad-tnan. Written Ea|>eHally For Herabey Creamery Cm Maker* of Herahey'a Superior Ice Cream.