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Mr. and Mrs. Redsccker Brin
ser to Entertain at Bril
liant Event
One of the most brilliant events of
the season will be held this evening
when Mr. and Mrs. Redsecker Brin
ser, of 213S North Second street, en
fertain at a dance in the Civic Club'
house. Two bowers of hemlock I
bows have been erected, the one to :
form a canopy above the Sourbeer-
Meyers Orchestra, the other to cover!
the punch howl. The walls have 1
been completely hidden behind fes-!
tgons of evergreens while the man-1
tl and windows are framed in green-j
tVy. Myriads of red and white balls |
are suspended from the ceiling while;
large clusters of cherries have been
effectively used. The room will be j
illuminated by the light from tall J
red candles.
>The guests will be Mr. and Mrs.!
(Miarles ('. Covert, Mr. '-n JMrs. Mer
cer B. Tate, Mr. anil Mrs. Ira Myers.
Lieutenant Governor and Mrs. E. E. '
Beidleman. Mr. and Mrs. Warwick
M. Ogelsby, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Del
motte, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur li. Hull.
Air. and Mrs. J. C. Orr, Mr. and Mrs.
James C. Thompson. Major and Mrs.
W. B. Gray. Mr. and Mrs. William!
Sturkey. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. i
Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. B. !•'. Ilaelin-!
Jen, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 11. Bailey,'
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Keel, Mr.
ind Mrs. V. W. Kenne.v, .Mr. and Mrs. .
G. S. Vickery, Mr. and Mrs. W. If.
•Veil, Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Bass.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Shuur. .Mr. and
Mrs. A. X'. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. P. G
lienor. Mr. and !Mrs. X*. S. Bong
Tker. Mr. and Mrs. Marry M. Raker.
Mr. and Mrs. (I. A. Brinser, Mr. and
Mrs. Anson P. Dare. Mr. and .Mrs
( . Brinser. Mr. and Mrs. G. R 1
Mundy, of Mercliantsville. X". J.; Mr.
and Mrs. G. R. Delamater. Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. t'.
Stroll, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Alden, Mr]
a Jul Mrs. Charles W. Burtnett." Mr.
• U)d Mrs. J. ('. Ren vis. of Xew York:
Mr. and Mrs. 'l'. E. Barkin, of South
Ijethlehem; Miss Caroline Patterson,
VBss Maty Mr Reynolds. Miss Mary
Hb/del. .Miss Anna Carroll. Miss Mar
tha Suavely, Vliss Clare Segelhaum. !
Miss Katherine Carroll. Miss Frances
Mnrtnett, Miss Florence Rurtnett
M.iss Catherine Darby, If. H. Seidel.
Ifhrry Leonard. Martin W. Fnger! !
Blake, Charles Barnes, Ira Kind-'
Iw and Archibald Bolts.
At a meeting of the (i. T. J. Club
"b Wednesday evening at the'home
of. Miss Mary Emma Fisher. 217 '
Boas street. ~|.,n s X( . u y^ u * s
unt' h parly were made. A delight
ed time Is assured the guests. Aft
er, the business meeting, dancing
i nil music were enjoyed. Refresh
ments were served , h e following:
Misses Mary Bright, Alnteda Pliil
dps. Isabel I e Smith. Dorothy Haas
Mao Mountzt Miriam Willis, BilPan '
Howard, \ erna Hughes, Grace
Mentzer, Martha Gillilar. l. Dorothvi
rager, Dorothy Mart* and Marv
Mil nut Hslicr. ,
In /he C n! rt . , tO - (luv beard appeals;
1 , B idsl.oro Stone Company'. I
tai Reading, front State tax on cap-,
(*t stock lor 1,111. I!H j and 131.
* decision was given.
I- Keystone Sales Company
u. "tli IZ'" Announces a New Policy In the Saie of Automobile Accessories and Supplies _..
t.sii n.iit hrough arrangement with laige manufacturers of accessories and supplies we have been given larger CJIN
"" "y tT"? heretofore, because of greatly increased sales. We want to increase these sales even greater. First Onalitv
■•.so i.02 .iixti.. B(i s i° ° ls we announce our new policy. F-rpm this date we will maintain prices on accessories and supplies
aaxiJ ;,on that are considerably below the prevailing market prices. This is to your advantage. GOODYEAR
!•" SK "t n: To Introduce This New Policy We Are Giving Extra Special Discounts Every Day GOODRICH
——— A " Ma '' ° rd " B pr ° mptly filled - Ever y Article and P"ce guaranteed as represented AND FABRIC TIRES
Price S T S °L $ 2' 69
_ w TV T%. Motometer l ' 9 sl-50 $1.05
HBi y. t JJry D&ttcncs Lis ' ( .^ ices (SanS)
I J*"™ „ Stanwood tiP oTpl I
T . $7.75 ~ $5 74 07 JP 4f Uur Prices Chatterless Transmis-
P $15.50 $12.49 [ -'. st am on i Our e „ I VwtfP W 57.70 Whiz Auto SoaD sion Lining for Fords
- are - IIM. $3 -°° $2 ' 29 l High Grade Alcohol 90c Gallon I SS S.)S;fg.7Bc fuS °Bfc" I
iVare Man Named to
Succeed "Bill" Finley!
Magistrate Tliomas F. Watson, j
| Vare leader of the Twenty-second j
I ward, Philadelphia, yesterday was
appointed a mercantile appraiser to!
! succeed William E. Finley at a con- j
| ferenee of Auditor General Snyder j
and City Treasurer Shoyer, in Phil-!
j adeiphia. Finley left the board of |
i appraisers to take a seut in the new,
! council, the new charter prohibiting j
i him from holding both places.
' At the same time, the Auditor |
! General and'" ,y Treasurer reappoint
|ed the oth. four appraisers, James;
i A. Carey. John J.'Crout, Frank J.j
i Ryan and Fred A. Van Valkenburg. I
; Carey and Crout are Penrose men, j
Uyaii and Watson, Vare .men, and]
j Van Valkenburg is affiliated with
neitlier of the political factions in |
| this city. j
! Since City Treasurer Shoyer is a
" _
Knew we*d get "LTERE'S where tne particular smoker
. A J- meets tho particular smoke
together Chesterfield.
Chcs. Field Particular is right! Not only do we
use the four choicest varieties of Turkish
tobacco—Xanthi, Cavalla, Smyrna and
Camsoun—but to these we add the rich,
run-ripened leaves of specially choice!
Vare follower and Auditor General
j Snyder a Penrose man. each faction
got two of the appointments,
j Appointment of Magistrate Wat-,
, son was expected, although Joseph
IL. Baldwin, assistant director of
j public works, former Stale tire ntar
j shai, was a candidate for the place.
! fn bis will, probated to-day at the
j office of Register Edward H. Fisher,
j Charles A. Miller, justice of the
j peace at the time of his death and
a teacher in the schools at Millers
| burg, left SI,OOO to the Trinity Re-:
formed Church, Millersburg, the in-;
-come from the money to lie added
to the pastor's salary fund. Bet
ters on the estate, valued at $15,700, :
were issued to the widow, Susan !
Miller. Betters on the estate of Ida
It. liermur.', valued at $ to,(loo, were
j issued to the Commonwealth Trust i
Important Meeting of
Girl Scouts Is Called
| All members of (jirl Scout troops
j In the city have been requested to
j be present ut a mass meeting to be
i held Tuesday evening, December J6,
I at T o'clock, in the Messiah 1-uther
'■ an Church, Sixth and Forster streets,
| when plans for a Scout Christmas
| party xv; 11 be made and instructions
■ j given for the part the girls will
| take In the. Christmas Day pagear.-t.
"Word was received this morning
fby I''. I'*. Stevick. 1011 North Third
j street, of the death of his brother's
I wife, Mrs. A. XI. Stevick. at her
| home in East (turtleld street, Pitts-
I burgh. Mrs. Stevick was about 05
! yejirs of age. The fupernl will take
i place Saturday at 2 o'clock, she is
'survived by a husband and several
married children.
The Hev. Alexander Dandis, of j
First Methodist Church, Juniata, a !
former pastor of Camp Curtin i
Memorial Methodist Church, died at
his home yesterday. The Itev. Mr.
Isindis had been in the active minis
try for thirty-six years, being ud
f n Why Wait—Ask Santa IF7
• Waiting only brings depleted \ Now Is The Time
assortments. It means getting „ , IgS
t into rushes and jams, making Make y our selec- .
good service impossible. It'means to \ dons now. Every department is i|TM
courting disappointments. Stocks f||gjf vjg: brimful of practical gilts for - W
/Al are now complete, service is at Igggat, ..'lt > ".1 W IJ-jfU
' j ts b est M y. men > women and children.
We say this is the store for all because we offer something useful for every mem-
JM* ber of the family in good practical clothing gifts. A gift that will be appreciated and long
| remembered after Xmas. You buy all the clothes you want here and pay after Xmas.
J We will gladly credit you for any amount. Buy now—pay later. ;
B® I Ladies' Charming Coats . ? (SCfs.
' n tke P°P u l ar shades and Stylish Suits, > pßr
oi •' $20.00 andup andup /y?X\/
jMB /Y A large assortment of little Skirts, waists, petticoats Ur° J__ - f-F^i
rSI / I'P '\W girls'coats and sweaters. New fur scrafs A
Vi< ( W*" V n and fur sets. '^9
F ; $4.98 to $19.98 $12.98 to $79.98 \\
i Men end Young Men, Do Your Xmas Shopping Here. i\ / \
Q; 1 j Say Charge It. *|l
ryl j New Ho! day Selection o; Suit? and. Overcoats .; V |]Kl
j No finer Suits or Overcoats are being shown. We know TCI
J you'll recognize the exceptional qualities of these fine gar- tal f|j j' J
<-Hj| j ' ments. It is because of our manufacturing our own Clothing. t|| jgfl
Iftga - ' j ( Belts, half-belts, waist seam, three leading styles for good |j(i iVa
i y materials and colors many s2s.oo'"s7s.oo M m
" Boys' Xmas Suits and Overcoats and Mackinaws
E^ Open
2j.' Customers 9,30 P.M.
j mitted to the Central Pennsylvania
Conference in 1084. He served pas-
J t orates at Diilsburg. Camp Curtin,
i Hanover, Burnhum, SuTtbury and
Juniata. Funeral services will lu
held on Monday afternoon at 1.30
O'clock in the First Methodist
Church of Juniata.
DECEMBER 12, 1919.
IJy Associated Press
Columbus, o, Dec. 12. —Bttuml-
l nous coal mining in < >hio. partly re
i suitied yesterday, was expected to
l>e increased considerably to-duy
| and by Monday it was expected by
I operators and miners' leaders that
i normal production would prevail.
.■ ■■■■ ■ k
IJ)J Associated Press
Ua.v OltJ'. Mich., Dec. 12. R<
sumption of operations in Michigai
coal mines Mas practically genera
to-day, owing to the decision of thi
vrorUers ut mass meetings last niglx
to accept the terms of the Indian
apolis settlement.

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