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Queen Esther Circle at
Caton Home Last Night
The Queen Esther Circle of Grace
Methodist Episcopal Church met last
evening at the home of Miss Miriam
Caton and Miss Sara Caton, 1940
Chestnut street. After an Interesting
business meeting, refreshments were
served to the following members:
Mrs. F. Tyler, the Misses Frances
Moyer, Winifred Moyer, Edith Bent
ley, Margaret Banks, Mable, Doyle,
Mae Williams, Miriam Caton and Sara
The next meeting will be held No
vember 4th. at the home of Miss Edith
Bentley. 1417 North Front street.
Cut flowers and plants for
weddings, social occasions, fun
eral flowers and flowers for the
801 l 3799 X
The Berryhill
Dinner Wed. Eve., Oct. 8,
Stouffer's Restaurant
4 9', Court St.. 5 to 7.30
Chicken Noodle Sonp
Senlloped Chicken, Fried
Pork Chop I Plaint, Rons! Beef
Mashed 'or Brown Sweet*
Stewed Toraatoe*. Baked Beans,
lee Cream, Pie or Padding
Coffee, Tea or Cocoa.
■ '
Dr. C. W. Batdorf
Has moved liis Office from
1022 X. Third St., to
1600 N. Third St.
Cor. X. Third and Harris Sts.
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Star Carpet
Cleaning Works
Let us clean your carpets now.
General Upholstering
Expert Work Guaranteed
Give Vs a Trial
Joseph Coplinky
Eleventh & Walnut Sts.
Bell 398-R Dial 6651
I Weekdays, 75£ >
< 1 Served 12 to 2 P. M. I
' Evening Meal, $1.25
, 6 to 8 P. M. |
, , Dancing 9.30 to 12 midnight
Six Dollars Places One in Your Home
A Full Year to Pay
21 South Second Street
The Mary Elizabeth Shop
109-A N. Second St.
for girls 2 to 6 and 6 to 17
Two Attractive Dress Items
Gingham Dresses
for girls 6 to 14
$2.50 and up
Serge Dresses
for girls 8 to 14
$10.50 and tip.
A Gift
of unique distinction
Most attractive in any room, but
particularly in tbe library or
guest room are the hand-decora
which we are showing. They iQ
are made on parchment, illumi
nated over a mediaeval motif.
Some are made up in a single
frame, others in folding frames,
illustrated on one side, the motto
lettered on the other.
These constitute but one of the
many gift ideas you will find
here. A new assortment of
candles and candle-sticks has Halloween cards and
just been received. favors. N
The Art and Gift Shop
105 N. Second St.
The Rev. und Mrs. Thomas
Garland Honor Guests at
Delightful Event
The Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Garland,
of Penbrook, who expect to leave for
Cleona during the week, were honor
guests at a farewell party given by
Class No. 2 of the Penbrook U. B.
Church, of which Mrs. Garland is a
member. The guests arrived unex
pectedly, completely surprising the
aged couple. The Rev. Garland made
a speech of welcome to which the
Rev. H. M. Miller responded. Re
freshments were served by the ladies
of the class to the following people:
The Rev. H. M. Miller and Mrs. Mil
ler. the Rev. Thomas Garland and
Mrs. Garland. Mrs. S. A. Fishburn.
Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Hocker. Mrs. J.
Garland. Mrs. Page. Mrs. Stroup. Mrs.
Stoner. Miss Lehman, Mrs. Pletx, Mrs.
Ryan. Mrs. Ryan. Mrs. Hummel. Mrs.
Wagner. Mrs. Hoofnagle. Mrs. Heck.
Mrs. I. Nisley, Mrs. Shaffer, Mrs.
Holtiman. Mrs. William Ream, Mrs.
Porter, Mrs. Aungst. Mrs. Meckley,
Mrs. Packer. Mrs. Bax. Mrs. Herman.
Mrs. Gertrude Nisley, Mrs. J. Ream,
Mrs. Roundsley, Mrs. Knupp and De
Witt Zimmerman.
Celebrate Birthday
With Merry Little Party
Mr. and Mrs. John Leroy Hollands
: entertained at a little party at their
I home. 725 South Twenty-first street,
' in celebration of the tenth birthday
anniversary of their son. Jack Hoi
lands. The table was graced with a
1 large birthday cake and clever Hal
! lowe'eu favors. Cosmos were placed
| throughout the house * in artistic
i clusters.
Those present \wre: Joseph Gray
bill, Calder Shuey, James Shuey.
"Jimmy" Major, Marlin Motter.
LaTrobe Barnitz, William Barnitz,
j Robert Bowman. Leonard Michener.
' George Yarnall, Harry Smith.
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Proprietor of the
bogs to announce that the Inn
Is closed for the season.
Will ro-open early in the
Committee Heads Appointed
at Meeting Last Evening;
Mrs. Fishel Delegate
The Meude W. C. T. U. ntet last
r eveiWng at the home of Mrs. William
' Pickel, 1616 Market street. The
meeting was an interesting one with
■ a large number in attendance. The
1 following heads of committees und
■ superintendents of departments
' were appointed:
1 Chairman of social committee,
s | Miss Gertrude Forsythe; superin
! tendent of tiowers and mercy work,
i {Miss Elizabeth Haekenberg; chair
: ] man of visiting committee, Mrs. E.
■ K. Smith; superintendent of literu-
I ture department, Mrs. Leese; super
intendent of scientific instruction,
%lrs. S. D. Wilson: superintendent of
Sunday school work. Mrs. William
Obeidier; superintendent of press
work, Mrs. William Elder; superin
tendent of current events. Miss Mary
Bowman; superintendent of unti
narcotics, Mrs. T. 8. Patterson; su
-1 perintendent of Loyal Temperance
Legion and Temperance Light Bear
ers, Mrs. W. E. Rickert: superin
tendent of mothers' meetings. Mrs.
John Appleby; chairmarp of soldiers
• and sailors' work, Mrs. E. E.
| Rhonds; superintendent of prison.
; jail and almshouse. Miss Elizabeth
' : Haekenberg; legislation and suf
| frage. Mrs. Walter Fishel; co-opera
j tion with missions, Mrs. John Pere
, I gov.
i Mrs Walter Fishel was appointed
!as delegate and Miss Elizabeth
i Haekenberg as alernate to attend
I the state convention at Easton con
| ventng from October 1" to 22.
| It was decided to change the time
! of meeting from the first to the
| third Tuesday of every month,
i At the close of last n'glit's busf-
I ners meeting an orchestra gave a
! delightful musical program and re
j freshments were served.
Mrs. Helen Buffington, of 1009
I North Third street, left yesterday for
| a visit in Buffalo, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis McClure went
I home to Buffalo last evening after
; spending a week among relatives in
l this vicinity.
James A. Stranahan has returned
to his offices after a brief illness at
: his home in Pine street.
Richard Innes and Benjamin
Innes went home to New York to
| day after a short stay at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Lawson,
; of State street.
Miss Merle Young, of Schenectady,
; N. Y., is a guest of her sister, Mrs.
j Ralph F. Wonders, of North Third
, street.
Mrs. Joseph Kalbfus has gone to
Honesdale. Wayne county, to spend
I the winter with her daughter, Mrs.
1 Helen Kalbfus Freer.
Miss Esther Robinson, of Brook
lyn. is in the city for a week's stay
| with her aunt, Mrs. Newton B.
Mountz, of Green street. ,
Walter Fondersmith, of Brooklyn,
is in town on a business trip, stay-
I ing with his relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
! Wilson Gensler, of North Second
t street.
Miss Pauline Gray and Miss Min
| nette Gray, of Pittsburgh, are in the
| city to remain for a week with their
i cousin, Miss Estelle Rogers, of Penn
! street.
Miss Carolyn Watson went home
! to Troy, N. Y., this morning after '
; spending ten days with Mrs. George
W. Ellerson, of Market street, an 1
j old schoolmate.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Zeamer, of
Mechanicsburg, recently visited Buf- '
falo and Niagara Falls. They wit- ]
| nessed a parade in which the King ■
: and Queen of Belgium appeared,
i Mrs. Agnes L. Sprout and Gilbert
K. Sprout, 928 Norwood street, have i
j returned after attending an Elk
roast at Kishacoquillas Park, Burn
; ham. Pa.
: Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Kister and
; daughter. Miss Sara Kister. of Wash- |
I ington Heights, are visiting friends i
!in Richmond, Va. They will spend
some time with their son. Sergeant j
Arthur Kister, af Camp Lee.
I ""^s^STORK
i lAn announcement under this head ino i
[ must be accompanied by name to assure
, accuracy.]
Mr. and Mrs. John Evans Laird, j
i of St. Louis, Missouri, announce the j
i birth of a son, John Evans Laird, ;
jJr., Saturday, September 20, 1919.
! Mrs. Laird is remembered here as
j Miss Marguerite Rausch, daughter of
j Major and Mrs. L. V. Rausch.
| Mr. and Mrs. Luther R. Marsden,
| of Pittsburgh, former Harrisburgers,
! announce the birth of a daughter,
! Harriet May Marsden, Saturday, Oc-
I tober 4, 1919.
• Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Johnson,
,of 1130 North Front street, an
-1 nounce the birth of a daughter,
I Agnes Cecelia Johnson, August 5,
1919. Mrs. Johnson was formerly
1 Miss Mattie Mitchell, of Charleston,
S. C.
I.nillcs* Da)i, Monday and Th 11 ra
il ny from II a. in. to tt p. m.
IS North Murket Square,
Kuan Building.
To The Cltlsens of Harrlsburg, Pa.
We want to demonstrate to you
the value of Turkish Hatha a* a
promoter of pood health. There's
nothing like
Men who do brain work become
worn out. Often they think their
brnlns are tired out. This Is
The human brain Is positively
not susceptible of fatigue. It Is
composed of millions and millions
of cells and corpuscles—each of
these containing thoughts. The
brain la the greatest engine ever
known. It cannot tire.
When you're nil tired out It's
your body that needs repair
most often your stomach—and
the first aid Is Invarlubly the
proper clreulntinn of the blood.
This Is what our Scientific
Turkish Bath and salt rubdown
will do for yon. Start your circu
lation doing Its duty—give you
vim. vigor and vitality—renew
your endurance—M AK E VOU
Our baths will positively relieve
We have the greatest Institu
tion of Its kind In the State—and
we are doing a great work for
the busy man or woman.
Come la and bring a friend and
enjoy a Turkish Bath and a re
freshing plunge. If yon have
never taken a Turkish Bath, send
us your name and address, and we
will send you a ticket to be onr
Yours for perfect health,
IS North Market Square.
\\ hen Miss Laura D. Green, daught
e* of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Green. 132
Sylvan Terrace, started for Lebanon
Saturday, accompanied by Corporal
Joseph Fellis of the lecruiting offic
es of the U. S. Army. 325 Market
street, no one thought anything
about it. but that they were to visit
friends there for the week end.
Later in the list of marriage li
censes secured at Hagerstown. Md..
Hoover-Albright Bridal
Solemnized Sunday
The marriage of Miss Lilla M. Al
| bright and Raymond E. Hoover was
I solemnized Sunday afternoon at the
1 home of Mrs. Matthew Turns, Brick
[ Church road. Enola, the Rev. J. Stew
i art Glen, pastor of the Enola L'. B.
| Church, officiating. Miss Elizabeth
I Gimniel. of this city, played the wed
dmg march.
| The bride wore a frock of blue and
a corsage bouquet of bride roses. The
| ceremony was witnessed by friends
and relatives. Mrs. Hoover has been
employed us head saleslady at the
| Robinson Woman Shop. North Fourth
t street. Mr. Hoover is a brukeman in
the Enola yards.
U. S. Daughters of 1812
in Session Tomorrow
Members .if Keystone chapter U. S.
Daughters of 1812, will have the
pleasure of hearing "What Will Wo
men do With the Vote." discussed at
their meeting to-morrow at 2.30
o'clock in the Civic Club, by the Rev.
Dr. Thomas Reiseh, pastor of the
Christ Lutheran Church. The regent,
Mrs. Samuel Z. Shope. will preside.
Other interesting features of the
program include, songs by Miss Kath
arine Dubbs, an original story by
Mrs. Anna Hamilton Wood and cur
rent events by Mrs. Mabel Cronise
Jones. Refreshments will be served
with Mrs. B. F. Blough and Mrs.
Shope hostesses.
A. S. Hoover Honor Guest
at Birthday Party Monday
A. S. Hoover was the honor guest
at a birthday papty given Monday
evening at the home of his son, Rob
ert Hoover, of Rockville. The eve
ning was spent with music and story
telling. Refreshments were served
in the diningroom where a largo
cake bearing 67 candles formed the
The following were present: A. S.
Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoover,
Mr. and Mrs. William Hoover, Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Hoover, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry R. Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
Vt illiam Bell, Mrs. Donald Horner,
the Misses Margaret M. Hoover,
Pauline Hoover, Mildred Hoover,
Blanche Hoover. Elmina Miller, Em
ma Bell, Helen Bell and Ethel Bell.
W. C. T. U. in Rally
Tomorrow Afternoon
The Harrisburg W. C. T. U. will
meet in annual rally to-morrow af
ternoon at 2 o'clock in the Fourth
Street Church of God. with Mrs. R.
A. Ronemus the president, in charge
of the program.
Mrs. Manuel Andujar, of Porto
Rico, will he the principal speaker
and her little daughter Dolores will
sing several Spanish songs. Mrs.
Ous M. Steinmetz and Mrs. Watson
will also give vocal selections. Mem
bers are urged to be present to en
joy the fine program and a social
time with refreshments following.
Lucknow Missionary
Society Has a Meeting
There will be a monthly meeting
of the Lueknow Missionary Society
of Grace Methodist Church to-mor
row evening at 7.30 o'clock at the
home of Miss Mary Cotterell, 2604
Derry street, Paxtang. The leader,
Mrs. C. M. Rickert, will begin a
discussion of the topic, "The Bat
talion of Life," and reports will be
made by delegates who attended the
recent branch meeting.
Members are to take the Hum
melstown car to Swan street or the
Paxtang car to Paxtang avenue and
walk for one block.
Mrs. H. H. Carter and her sister,
Miss Bonnie Roberts, are going to
Frederick, Md. to visit their father,
and sister, Mr. and Miss Roberts.
Miss Wllma Starr went home to
Pittsburgh this morning after a
week's stay among relatives in this
[city and Middletown.
Miss Sue M. L<eib, of Millereburg,
j has returned home after spending
[ several days with relatives at The
1 Terraces, New Cumberland,
i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anywll and
i Miss Elizabeth Tack, of Herr street,
| left to-day for Inglenook to spend
a few days.
' George Bacon, of the United States
! Navy, spent the weekend with his
! mother, Mrs. Mary A. Bacon, Front
I and State streets.
Mr. and Mrs. El wood Serviss, of
| Cleveland. Ohio, are in town for a
, brief stay among relatives in Mar
ket street.
Mißs Caroline Mander and Deo F.
■ Mander went home to Pittsburgh
j th.'a morning after aweek's visit with
| Mtvaad Mrs. Jackson F. Greene, of
] Columbus, Ohio.
Miss Rebecch .Henderson is leav-
I ing to-night witft her sister, Mrs.
George H. Fairlamb, of Erie, for a
little visit in that city.
Mrs. Thomasine Edwards, of
Tampa, Florida, is stopping for a
few days with her sister, Mrs. Lu
| ther D. Borner, of Market street..
! Mr. and Mrs. Nathan E. Hause. of
| Bellevue Park, are speneding the
I week among rel'atives in Scranton
and Hawley, their former home.
Miss Pearl C. Owen and her
brother, Calvin M. Owen, of Roches
ter, N. Y., are in the city for a
week's visit among old friends.
Saturday, were the names of Miss
Green and Mr. Fellis. Although their
friends here have heard nothing def
inite of the ceremony, it is known to
have taken place, and that they arc
taking a western trip, expecting to
bo home the last of this week.
The more intimate friends of the
couple are planning a great welcome
home for them, to pay them off for
the surprise.
Choir Gives Surprise
Party For Miss Barr
Miss Sarah Elizabeth Barr. 2046
North Fourth street, was honor guest
at a surprise party given by her for
mer choir of the Otterbein U. B.
Church. A delightful musical pro
giam was given and dancing was en-
Joyed. Refreshments were served to
the following:
Miss lsabelle Fnger, Miss Helen
Robinson, Miss Helen Van Horn, Miss
Emma Nornhold, Miss Geneve Ward,
Miss Leno Shaw, Miss Ruth Barr,
Miss Sarah Barr, Carl Miller, Robert
Ward, Luther McLaughlin, Irvin Ma
lick, Clarence Brownawell. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Bernhart and daughters
Catherine and Minerva. Mr. and Mrs.
Machamer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Brownawell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Barr and Mrs. S. P. Coeyman.
The Bella Vista S. S. Class of Fifth
Street Methodist Episcopal Church,
was entertained at the home of the
teacher, Mrs. Hurry Devor, 1724
North Third street, last evening.
Those present included Mrs. Cyrus
Strayer, Mrs. Willoughby Stouffer,
Mrs. Russel Zeigler, Mrs. Delia Fox,
Mrs. William Yentzer, Mrs. Harry
Houghton, Mrs. Charles Hartzeil and
Mrs. Amy Savior and son, Emerson
10 ZA jV^2ndSl.
y for
"baxk. la.ee
THERE is a picture in. the case j
of Roshon, the Market street j
photographer, that is attracting
considerable attention. Numerous
times during the past few days T
have heard people remarking about
its unusual effectiveness ami urging
others to see it. The subject is one I
of our local artistic geniuses and the |
photograph shows her in- profile, !
holding her violin. A striking efTect
is gained by a deep shadow of the
figure and instrument beir/g thrown
on the white background. One of
the most remarkable features of the
portraiture is the manner in whicTT
the detail of the lace collar is shown
in its perfection and the way iu
which its whiteness contrasts with
the darkness of the hair. Only an
artist could have gained such effects.
A WRITER in the Boston Post compares a beautifully-furnished home
without pictures to a smiling mouth minus a front tooth. The illus
tration is a vivid one, to say the least, and a rather Jarring one as
well. But, the fact remains, it con-tains more truth than Action. Good pic
tures are an essential, and a home or life in which they have no part is
a barren one, indeed. Poor pictures, however, are worse than none at all.
That is why it is wise to make one's choice at Saltzgiver's Art and An-tique
Store, 223 North Second street, where only the best are tolerated. But
one's responsibility does not end with careful selection. The pictures
must be properly placed or their beauty is impaired. As Ruskin once said,
"A picture worth buying Js also worth seeing—that is, worth so much
room of groun-d and wall as shall enable us to see it to the best of our
I KNOW you will agree with me
when I say that eyesight is our
most valuable possession and
that everything we do for its care
and preservation is worth while.
And I'm sure you will agree still
further when I state that noth'.ng
is more injurious to the eyes .han
misplaced or glaring lights. For
that reason-, an Emeralite is an ab
solute essential for those who are
obliged to work continuously under
artificial light. It renders colors in
practically their true value, and at
the same time removes the reflected
glare from white paper. Its shade,
of green glass, is restful to the eyes
and for many other reasous It is
the ideal artificial light under which
to work. It comes in different
models and a complete investiga
tion of its virtues can be made at
the Dauphin Electrical Supplies Co.,
436 Market street.
President's Night Brings To
gether Many Members Alive
to Active Club Interests
Miss Mary C. Orth. president of
the Authors Club was hostess to
the club last evening- at her resi
dence, 219 Verbeke street, when the
work of the coming year along the
general topic, "The Revival of
Poetry" was discussed.
Miss Anne U. Wert read a papfer
j-ecently published on "Immediate
Trade Opportunities in South Amer
ica," which linked together the
club's study of last year with this,
the club's twenty-fourth year.
Mrs. Edward L. Rinkenbach, the
! secretary made a review of the sea
! son's plans and Miss Orth read sev-
I eral appropriate poems, and during
a social hour refreshments were
| Authors Club officers for this year
I are: President, Miss Mary C. Orth;
I vice-p residents, Mrs. M. H. Thomas
| and Mrs. J. Horace McFarland;
I secretary, Mrs. Edward L. Rinken
i bach; treasurer. Miss Anna V.
iCrowl. On the program committee
are Miss Orth. Mrs. Casper S. Shaak,
Mrs. Willard 8. Young, Mrs. Rtnken
' bach.
j The next meeting will be held
with Miss Edith Sible. Green and
1 Herr streets, with "Soldier Poets"
as the topic.
I A group of young people from this
I city, including members of the
! Thomas-Stamm wedding party will
j motor to the Herman summer ho/ne,
lat the Aqueduct, this evening,
• where a picnic supper will be en
i joyed.
224 A/. Second Street^
Our Corset Service
Each season we strive to
give to our customers just as
perfect a corset service as we
can possibly give.
We realize the importance of the
corset, as the foundation of all
good dress. Our selection of
models is carefully made in ac
cordance with the fashion de
demands. and the needs of our
We carry a complete range of
I.a Resista models, so that we can
correctly corset every type of fig
We are in direct touch with the
manufacturers, so that our corse
tieres speak authoritatively on
what is the prevailing style.
You get the benefit of this serv
ice, when you make your corset
purchases here.
We have a fitting room in con
nection with our corset section.
No extra charge for fitting.
Whnlelione or Wire Stays
Prices, $3.50 to $15.00
A LITTLE actress, noted for
clever costumes, recently
spent twD days in our city.
On being asked by what she was
most impressed during her stay, she
answered, "Why, by the modish gar
ments I saw at the Cloos Shop.
Truly, one finds nothing lovelier in
New York." And who could help
but agree, after seeing the charming
blouse of mahogany georgette that
I finished examining less than
an hour ago. Its gilt brocaded
front, its plaited frill of crepe and
dotted net, encircling the neck, and
its discreet touches of tan dotted
net, give it a charm not to be sur
passed. I'd venture to say that one
could search in vain for a prettier
blouse .
DID you ever accidentally over
hear a conversation of such
direct . interest to you that
you felt you Just must chime in.
Such a thing occurred to me about
a week ago and I'm still shaking
myself, mentally, for remaining
silent. I happened to be passing the
store of J. Porter Harris and Sou.
221 North Second street, when I
heard some one say, "Oh, there's
or,-e of those overstuffed davenports
that Adele talks so much about! I
wonder whether they are as excep
tional as she claims." Then and
there I was sorely tempted to in
form the speaker that I most as
suredly meant every single word I
had said. They are exceptional,
without a doubt, due to the fact that
their cushions are filled with softest
down in contrast to the springs or
floss used in the ordinary type.
OCTOBER 8, 1919.
Millersburg Couple Wed
at U. B. Parsonage Here
The marriage of Miss Florence
Deibler and Harry Kdgar Wert,
both of Millersburg, was solemnized
yesterday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at
• One Customer's Verdict ?
j on Morning Shopping •
A •
I •
n "Oh, Miss Sachs! Why didn't I awali- ?
A en long ago? U's such a delight to shop 0
• here in the morning." Thus remarked a 0
• customer a day or two ago as she com- Q
Y pleted her purchases. X
A "Here I find the store so restful, so un- 0
• crowded, with plenty of time to make 9
. leisurely selections,' she continued. "I ft
" can carefully compare one garment with A
0 another, estimate my expenditures care- A
0 fully, calmly figure my needs in relation , A
A to the sum I can afford to invest. It's so A
A much more satisfactory."
U "Then, too, your salespeople, although Q
0 always attentive and courteous, can bet- n
Q ter concentrate on my particular problem. A
A And I feel that their advice is based upon A
S such cool, deliberate judgment. They •
• must of necessity be more competent in •
• the morning: their perceptions keener, JJ
V their eye for color harmonies truer. Here- 0
w after I shall do all my shopping morn- 0
0 ings." Q
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The Sigler Piano
There is no excuse for a home to be without a
good piano these days. There are many cheap pianos
on the market, but they are not good pianos.
The Sigler Piano is a good piano at a moderate
price. It is sound in construction—made of the best
materials, and has a rich tone that is pleasing to the
finished musician and an inspiration to the child just
beginning its music lessons.
The Sigler Piano is not a new instrument—
there are years and years of service back of it to jus
tify your choice of it for your home. Scores of Sig
ler Pianos are in local and have been there for
generations. /
Let it prove what we claim—A Good Piano at
a Moderate Price.
Victrolas and Victor Records
Many Red Seal Records at Half Price
C. M. SIGLER, Inc.
Harrisburg Home of the Millersburg
30 N. Second St. Steinway Brubaker Block
the parsonage of- the State Street
I'utteci Brethren Church, the Rev.
H. F. Khoud officiating. The rlas
ceremony was used.
The bride wore a dark blue trav
eling suit with hat to harmonize and
carried an arm bouquet of bride
roses. After a brief wedding trip
the couple will reside at Millers

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