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BALMERREUMON
HELD THIS WEEK
Luncheon Served on Lawn
Gay With Flags and
Japanese Lanterns
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Balmer en
tertained members of the family
and friends at their home In Trlndle
Road. Thursday afternoon. Lunch
eon was served on the lawn deco
rated with flags and Japanese lan
terns.
A delightful afternoon was spent
by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Balmer, of
Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Weidner and family, of Johnstown;
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fisher and
family, of Penbrook; Donald Bal
mer. Mearl Belmer, Mrs. W. H. Bal
mer. Mrs. A. V. Beidleman, Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Hamme. Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Neath, of Harrisburg; Mra E.
K. Weidner, of Rochester. Pa.; Mr.
and Mrs. John Fisher, of Penbrook;
Mrs. E. Beidleman, Mrs. W. Beidle
man and son Charles of Harrisburg;
Mr. and Mra C. W. Langletz, Mrs.
Sarah Conrad, Mrs. Dan Hursh and
Mrs. Eliza Meichels. of Harrisburg.
Dr. Irmine Gunsaul. of Market 1
street, is spending several days in
Washington. D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Balsbaugh !
went home to Pittsburgh to-day
after a week's stay among relatives j
in this vicinity.
Wedding Flowers
Plant Decorations
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Flowtrs or anything the"
"gro rs," consult us—
THE BERRYHILL
Locust Street at Second
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188 Kinds of Hats at .Fifty Cents 188
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11l Starts 10 O'clock,
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§gg Black Lisere Hats 188
18c Colored Lisere Hats g
10l Colored Pineapple Hats 18c
fgg Trimmed Satin Turbans %
188 Children's Trimmed Milan !8g
ioc Felt Outing Hats, All colors 188
ggg and many others SB
50c 50c Hts Not Trimmed Free and Not Delivered. 50<^
50c 50c
108 All Other Trimmed Hats 128
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50c not in this fifty cent sale will be sold at 50c
188 SPECIAL MONDAY PRICES jg
5& as usual 50c
50C Red Monday Tickets on All 50c
Milan Hats Leghorn Hats 50< *
N A Sport Hats Sailors, Etc. w* £\
50c 50c
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SATURDAY EVENING,
INTERESTING PERSONAL NEWS
ORIENTAL FETE
THIS AFTERNOON
Local D. A. R. Co operates
With War Camp Commun
ity Service in Picnic
The picnic of Harrisburg girls,
I under the auspices of the War Camp
j Community Service, in co-operation
i with the daughters of the American
Revolution has been planned for
I this afternoon and evening starting
i at 5 o'clock, at Reservoir Park. Four
features of the picnic will be the
j formation of regiments with the D.
A. R. as officers; The regiments
, will be formed by Sergeants Francis
! T. McGinnis, Clarence Noggle, War
! ren Sceely. Corporals Vernon Mar
| shall and Joseph Fellis, Privates Jo-
Iseph Becker. Newton Herb, Harry
Redfield, Joseph Klause, Harold
Presby. There will be getting ac-
I quainted games, an eattogether
1 supper and twilight entertain- {
j ment with Chautaugua features .In
! case of rain the event will be post
i poned. the date to be announced
' later.
i The program planned includes;
Community singing, "America,"
j "Oh. How I Hate to Get Up in the
| Morning." "There's a Rose That
I Grows in No Man's Land;" soprano
I solo, "Your an Old Sweetheart of
| Mine." Miss Jeane Rauc; Read
l ing, "Story of a Pup." Mrs. Woods,
Jr; Selection "Capital City Four;"
community singing. "Till We Meet
| Again." "The Navy Will Bring Them
1 Back," "Blowng Bubbles," Miss
Rauch singing verses; bass solos,
selected, Elmer H. Leiy: reading,
| "The Rainy Noah Story," Mrs.
/" 1
Summerdale Dances
Wright's Colored Dance and
Singing Orchestra
COLUMBUS, OHIO
Tuesday. Thursday. Friday and
Saturday Evenings
j! July 22, 24, 25 and 26th; j
Admission 40c and 60c
1. - ■ ■■ ■ ■ - mm I ■ - J
Woods. Jr.; selections. Capital City
Four; soprano solo. Miss Jean
Rauch; community singing, "Good
by France," "Welcome Them Back
to Their Homes," "Long, Long
Trail; duet, "Somewhere a Voice Is
Calling," Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H.
Ley; community singing. "Perfect
Day," Star Spangled Banner."
Party to Celebrate
Sixteenth Birthday
Misa Mary Shader, 1414 Zarker
street, was the guest of honor at a
party on Thursday evening celebrat
ing her sixteenth birthday annivers
ary. Those present were Miss Mary
Ford. Miss Minnie Stoner. Miss Irene
Fernsler. Miss Elizabeth Culhane.
Miss Mary Barr. Miss Mildred
Smeigh. Walker Edmondson, Clyde
Kauffman, Floyd Corder. John Bak
er. Jesse Maedeth. Charles Shank.
Samuel Leib, Arthur Blouch. Mra
M. C. Shader. Mrs. Samuel Whistler,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Reinhard, John
E. Shader.
SURPRISE FORMER TEACHER
Fifty members of the Men's Bible
Class of Zion Lutheran Church mo
tored to Mechanicsburg recently to
make a surprise visit on their for-
J mer teacher. Dr. E. E. CampbelL
Short addresses were made by the
Rev. Dr. Winfield S. Herman. Ar
thur H. Hull. James W. Leonard
and H. H. Mercer .of Mechanics
burg. Dr. Campbell received a
large bunch of roses from the class.
FIFTY-SIXTH ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rohrer. 1543
Whitehall street, quietly celebrated
to-day their fifty-sixth wedding an
niversary. Mr. Rohrer has been for
the past thirty years in the employ
of the Central Iron and Steel Com
pany.
OX WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE
Mrs. Kathrvn G. Lucas has been
appointed assistant vice-chairman of
the Dauphin County War Savings
Stamp Association to organize wom
en's clubs into War Savings Stamp
units. These units have as their pur
pose the boosting of the sales of the
stamps.
PHILADELPHIA GUESTS HERE
James W. Leonard, of the Don
aldson Apartments, entertained as
his guests yesterday, his brother-in
law. George Ziegler. and Miss Mary
Martin, of the faculty of the Drexel
Institute. Philadelphia. The party
were motoring from Gettysburg to
I Philadelphia.
BXRRXSMMQ TEMXTRXFH
Y WORKER COMES
HOME JO STAY
Miss Minerva Hepford Pleased
With Conditions as She
Found Them
MISS MINERVA HEPFORD
Miss Minerva S. Hepford, one of
Harrisburg's Y workers, has re
turned to her home, 220 Pine street.
Miss Hepford left this country for
her work in France on October 20,
191S, on the British steamer Me
gantic. The voyage across was
eleven days on account of -the sub
marine danger.
Landing at Liverpool, she went to
London and was allowed two and a
half days for sightseeing. She
reached Paris on November 4. re
maining there until after the armis
tice was signed. Paris was more
interesting at this time than any
Other city, wild with noise, fax sur
passing anything one could think
of. From there Miss Hepford went
to Grenoble. In the French Alps.
It is here that the oldest University
of France is located, established in
1339, and still one of the best in
France.
Miss Hepford's work at Gren
oble was to help in caring for the
men, who from time to time, were
allowed seven days' furloughs. They
were sent to these recreation camps
and the Y. M. C. A. furnished
amusement for them. Her work
was pleasing to her; of course she
heard terrible things, but on the
whole the contact with real Amer
icans was a treat. Miss Hepford
cannot say too much in praise of
the Y. M. C. A. She feels they have
done a wonderful work and is will
ing to help them in her spare time,
in the continuation of their en
deavors in this country now in time
of peace. She is a teacher in the
schools here. Miss Hepford sailed
on her return voyage, from Brest,
on the Prince Frederick Wilhelm
July 5, and arrived in the United
States on the 14th. On the trans
port coming over there were about
300 soldiers and 300 welfare work- 1
ers and Red Cross nurses.
Out-of-Town People
and Newlyweds Guests
Mrs. George M. Blair, 1641 North
Fourth street, entertained, in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. David Hess and
daughter. Miss Ella Hess, Miss Effie
Remsberg, of Sharpsburg, Md.; and
Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Wilson,
who were recently married. Mr.
Wilson is a nephew of Mrs. Blair.
The house was decorated with
daisies, brown-eyed Susans, and
American flags. Many games were
enjcfyed by the guests. A buffet sup
per was served to Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Brenneman .Mrs. M. C. Peters,
Mrs. Lizzie Stine, Miss Grace Orr,
Mrs. Rosanna Schaffer and daugh
ter. Miss Rosanna Schaffer; Mr.
and Mrs. William Henery, Mrs.
Susan Still, Miss Minnie Still, Mrs.
Julia Zimmerman, Mrs. Rebecca Al
bright, John Wilson. Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Miller, Miss Olive Miller, Mrs.
Cora Mountz, of Lemoyne.
INFORMAL LITTLE TEA
Miss Dean Scott and Miss Marcia
Scott, of Gordonsville, Va., and Miss
Elizabeth Gregg, of Relay, 'Md.,
who are visiting Miss Martha Law
l ton, are toeing much entertained
during their stay in the city. Lunch
eons, dinners and automobile drives
have been arranged for them and
this afternoon Miss Lawton invited
the following girls in for tea: Miss
Elva Romberger, Miss Adeline Paul,
Miss Florence Graybill, Miss Marian
Towsen and Miss Ruth Towsen.
OLD LADY'S IMPORTANT RIDE
Mrs. Susan Hess, 85 years old,
who resides with her son, Lafayette
Hess, Twenty-first and Bellevue
Park, visited has .daughter, Mrs.
Emma Hoffman, 340 South Four
teenth street, yesterday. She was
I conveyed to the place in a motor
j cycle sidecar driven by a nearby
neighbor. Mrs. Hess enjoyed the
drive very much and is looking for.
ward to another In the near fu
ture.
CLEVER ACTRESS HERE
Miss Eleanor Dayne, of New
I York, a clever young actress who?"
1 former home was in this city, is wi *•
her mother, Mrs. Harry Crist, 15
Penn street, for a brief vacation be
fore reporting for rehearsals in a
new show for the autumn. Mies
Dayne has as guests Miss Isabelle
Hammond, of Scranton, and Miss
Irene Weston, of Lancaster.
SGT. ELDRIDGE HOME SOON
Sergeant Ralph S. Eidridge, son
I of George I. Eidridge, 1851 Market
: street, who was attached to the Base
Hospital at Le Mans, France, for
the past year, has arrived at New
port News, and expects to be trans
ferred to Camp Dix for h'.s discharge
will be home soon.
Mrs. Frank Payne and Miss Nell
Payne, of Front and Muench streets,
are in Philadelphia for a brief stay.
Mir# Mary Jennings, of iNorth
Front stret, is a guest at the home
of her sister, Mrs. George Ross, at
Fort Washington, Philadelphia.
Robert F. Kaseberg and family, of
Chicago motored to this city, and are
the guests of Mr. Kaseberg's sister,
Mrs. Newton IT. Bach, 1109 Mont
gomery street.
Miss Floy Sunday, 207 Hummel
street, has returned home after
spending a week with her cousin,
.Miss Mildred Yates, of Carlisle.
GIVE A SHOWER
TO BRIDE-ELECT
Many Gifts and Poems For
Miss Ella Wilson Hidden
Away in Secret Places
Miss Alice Straub arranged a
"Hide and Seek Shower" for Miss
Ella Wilson, who marriage to J. J.
Watt, of Philadelphia, will be an
event of the early autumn.
The party held at the home of Mrs.
J. F. Runkle, had many unique fea
tures.
Gifts for the bride-elect were hid
den away and she was told to search
for them. With each was a letter of
advice as to its use and a rhyme
directing her to the hiding place of
another one.
Supper was served with Ophelia
roses gracing the table the bouquet
being presented to Miss Wilson as a
parting gift. In attendance were:
Miss Helen English, Mrs. Helen
Shelley, Camp Hill: Mrs. J. F. Run
kle. Mrs. W. A. Wallower, Camp Hill;
Mrs. J. C. Adams, Miss Aline Bate
man, Edna Bateman, Bess Tailor,
Sadie Crist, Carrie Crist, Lue Leh
man. Ruth Tetrow, Sue Pendergast,
Mrs. Carl Patterson. Mrs. A. C. My
ers, Mrs. W. A. Straub, Mrs. Frank
Meckley, Miss Alice Straub, Miss
Ella Wilson.
Class of 'l7 Plans
For Big Reunion Dance
Several members of the class of
'l7 of Central High school, met this
evening at the home of Miss Alice
Schwab. 1918 Market street, to plan
for a reunion dance of that class.
Though nothing definite was decid
ed it was thought probable that the
dance will be held August 20 at
Summerdale, with the arrangement
for special cars. The committee is
in favor of an out-of-town orches
tra. Although the plans are imma
ture now the dance promises to be
one of the best of the summer
months. Those on the committee
are: Mrs. J. G. Todd. Miss Mar
garet Wineard, Miss Sabra Clark,
Miss Alice Schwab, Harold Eckert,
Marlin Geiger. Frank Witherow.
GOING TO HONOLULU
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Seel and
Mr. and Mrs. David U. Hershey, who
started a week ago for an extended
automobile trip west, were in Oma
ha, Neb., on Thursday. They are
having a fine time with good roads
i and good weather and expect to go
to Honolulu while away.
Mrs. Lincoln Mong, of Titusville,
is visiting her relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Martin H. Richards, at 1933 Derry
street.
Burton E. Commings, 14 North
Fourth street .will leave Monday for
Reading to visit his uncle. A. B.
Commings. at the Windsor Hotel.
Miss Catheran Stoke, 309 Hamil
ton street, is spending her vacation
In the country near Orrstown, Pa.
Mrs. Kate Taylor, of Perryman
Gap, is visiting her niece. Mrs.
Charles Jones, 1423 North Second
street.
(Other Social News on Page 15)
W9f^M
I
THE pound loaf of bread which you have 8
been buying has been found to be the |
ideal size for the average family. There |
: I is seldom any left-over and consequently
Ino waste. |
STANDARD BREAD I
of top-notch quality may still be had from your dealer
in the same size of the same high quality at the same
price you have been paying.
10c THE LOAF-AT DEALERS 1
Baked, in the Airy, Sanitary, Sunlit Bakery of the
I 10c I STANDARD BAKING COMPANY I 10c 1
Musical Program at
Last Choir Rehearsal
The choir of Derry Street U. B.
Church held their closing rehearsal
of the season at the home of the
director, Howard E. Genaler. 1609
Forster street, last evening. After
the rehearsal there were vocal solos
by Mrs. Howard E. Gensler. Ross Har
mon, C. Carlton Donmoyer, and Miss
Claire Monn, also piano solos by
Miss Rhoda M. Dessinberger and Miss
Madeline Ritter.
Refreshments were served on the
lawn which was gaily decorated in
Japanese style. Those present were:
Miss Hope Renn, Miss Claire Monn,
Miss Ruth Shope, Miss Mabel E.
Bright. Miss Rhoda M. Dessenberg
er. Miss Madeline Ritter. Ross Har
mon. Edwin E. Breti, J. B. Crouse.
William A. Fenlcal. Charles T. Spang
ler, C. Carlton Donmoyer. Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. A.
T. Scarborough, Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Manley, Mrs. Mervin B. Kauffman,
and Mr. und Mrs. H. E. Gensler.
LOCAL. ACTOR SIGNS VP
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer C. Charters,
of this city, who have been with
George Cohan for some time past,
have signed up with him for a new
production, rehearsals for which
will soon begin. Mr. Chartiers is
stage director and his wife was for
merly "Little Irene Myers" popular
in repertoire.
Spencer Chartiers bagan his stage
career here an dhas made good.
John Gilbert, of Sharon, Pa., a
Dickinson senior attending the sum
mer school of the University of
Pennsylvania, is visiting John Mor
genthaler at his Hamilton street
home.
Mrs. Luther R. Kelker, of Mans
field, Ohio, a former resident of this
city, is visiting Miss Fanny M. Eby
at her country place. The Lilacs,
Grantham.
Mrs. M. J. Fortenbaugh, 1815
North Second street, is spending the
month of July with her son, R.
B. Fortenbaugh, in Syracuse, N. Y.
WITH CIGAR FIRM
Helman Brenner, formerly with
the James H. Brenner Woman's
Shop, is now associated with M.
Brenner & Sons, wholesale cigar
dealers, 1017 North Third street, as
salesman.—Adv.
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Attend the Mid-Summer Dance
HERSHEY PARK
Wednesday, July 23, 1919
Special Dance Program by the
Enlarged Banjo-Snxo Orchestra
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Dinner Satnrday Eve., July IS
Stouffer's Restaurant
4 N. Court St. B to 7.30
50<
Chicken Macaroni Soup
Chicken Croquettes Roast Veal
Pork Chops (plain) Roast Beef
Mashed or Hash Browned
Potatoes
Spinach Eggplant Salad
Ice Cream, Pie or Pudding
Coffee, Tea or Cocoa
JULY 19, 1919.
JEWISH AUXILIARY MEETING
A meeting of the Jewish Red
Cross Auxiliary will be held Monday
evening, July 21, at 7.80 o'clock In
the Kesher Israel Synagogue, for the
purpose of closing up the business
of the auxiliary. All members are
asked to attend.
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New Soda Fountain
16 North Third St.
I
We have installed a handsome new
soda fountain in our Third street store,
which represents the highest achieve
ment in apparatus for dispensing car
bonated beverages.
It is artistic in design and is so con
structed that no copper, brass or other
injurious substance can possibly contam
inate the soda.
Gorgas* Fountain Is Always Flowing—
Gorgas' Soda Is Always Fresh
I
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| 16 North Third St
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| first time you taste it. For
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Blended from the finest cof
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R. H. Lyon
i Coffee Purveyor to the Penn-Hnrrli
Harrlftburff, Pa.

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