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Miss Fisher Entertains
at Informal Dinner
Miss Helen Fisher entertained last
evening at an informal dinner at the
home of her parents, Mr and Mrs.
Fred M. Fisher, 728, South Twenty-
OUR CHRISTMAS
GIVING PLAN
Every Christmas there's a lot
of people who would like to give
relatives and friends eyeglasses,
but who hardly know how to go
about it gracefully.
We the problem—
Here is our plan:—Come in and
let us fill out one of our "Gift
Certificates." You can give this,
Christina's the same as any other
gift. The person in whose name
the Gift Certificate is made out
can call, for an eye examination,
and the glasses any, time.
A pair of properly fitted glasses
will make a most beneficial and
acceptable present.
12 N. Market Square, 2nd Floor.
Give Furniture For Christmas
Buy it Uptown of
BROWN & CO.
The Big Uphown Home Furnishers
Furniture makes a very automobiles, etc., for the
appropriate gift and one that kiddies; kitchen cabinets
is certain to be appreciated. and other useful furniture
You can choose just the for the grownups. We also
piece and kind you want sell the famous Rishell
from our large stocks. We Phonograph. Come to our
have an abundance of pic- big store —we can assure you
tures, toys, wagons, bicycles, big savings.
Many Useful Suggestions For the Home
Davenports, Reed Chairs, Metal Beds,
Rockers, Dressers, Chiffoniers,
Buffets, Floor Lamps,
Stand Lamps, Extension Tables,
Living Room Tables. Bed Room Suits,
Living Room Suits
Dining Room Suits, Etc.
[email protected] Celebrated
Rishell
Phonograph
eautiful in Appearance,
iurable in Mechanism.
One of these in your
home will help to make it
Happy and Cheerful.
Sold on Easy Payments
$95.00 to $250.00
For the Kiddies Pictures
The best and largest
Doll Go-Carts, Auto- stock if L. Centr f J . P '? nyl ~
vania. The noted Wallace
mobiles, Shoo-flys, Kid- Nutting line and thousands
of others. A very appro
dy Kars, Pony Kars, P riate Xmas S ift -
Road Wagons, etc. | Prices—3sc to S6O
McDougal
Kitchen Cabinet
Makes the kitchen work FBI
BROWN & CO.
1215-17-19 North Third Street
The Big Uptown Home Furnishers
Branch Store 20 South Front Street Steelton
THURSDAY EVENING,
eighth street. The table was artis
tically decorated with a unique ar
rangement of fruit. After dinner
dancing and music were enjoyed.
Miss Fisher's guests were Miss Em
ma Itauch, Miss Beatrice Bacon, Miss
Helen Crook, Miss Eleanore Weaver,
Frank Kelley, John Tesig, Willis
Fisher, William Douglas and Lloyd
Homp.
HOME FROM COIiLEGE
Miss Bertha F. Plank, a student
of St. Joseph's College, Emmitsburg,
Md„ returned yesterday to spend
the holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton H. Plank, 1421
North Front street. Allan B. Plank,
a student of Mercersburg Academy,
returned to-day for the Christmas
holidays.,
Miss Charlotte Patterson" went
home to Philadelphia this morning
after spending a week among rela
tives in this vicinity.
SPECIAL PRICES ON NUTS
Four arfd one-half pounds of strictly
fresh mixed nuts for $2.00. Single
pound, 45 cents. Real Jumbo peanuts
roasted fresh daily at 25 cents per
pound at the Imperial Tea Company,
205 Chestnut street. —Adv.
Ii CHRISTMAS I
| FLOWERS I
Plants, Greens, Trees
and no eml of line gift |
The Berryhill
fig Locust Street nt Second
INTERESTING PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NEWS
TAKE COLLECTION
FOR ORPHANS
Loysvillc Home Will Receive
Money From Memorial Lu
theran Bible Class
When the Ladies' Bible Class of Me
morial Lutheran Church held their
monthly meeting in the annex, the
other evening, a liberal collection was
taken for the Loysville Orphans'
Ilcnie. During a social hour after the
business session Christmas gifts
were exchanged and refreshments
served.
In attendance were: Mrs. William
Smith, Mrs. Susie Olewine, Mrs. Ul
rich, Mrs. Anna Weast, Mrs. Rhine
ert, Mrs. Curry. Mrs. William Shoaf,
Mrs. Lay, Mrs. Lenker, Mrs. Rhoades,
Mrs. Mumma, Mrs. Sweager, Mrs.
Fisher, Mrs. E. Enterline, Mrs. D.
Denny. Mrs. Eckert, Mrs. Charles Wil
son, Mrs. Alberts, Mrs. Kreizer, Mrs.
G. W. Zimmerman, Sirs. dodgers, Mrs.
Barton, Mrs. Roland Wallower, Mrs.
Lutz, Mrs. Kink, Mrs. Harry Bowman,
Mrs. Kamerer, Mrs. Simmers, Mrs.
Aate Laudenslager, Mrs. McCauley,
Mrs. Passmore, Mrs. Amos Titzel, Miss
Hehenshelt, Mrs. Samuel Wilson, Mrs.
Earhart, Mrs. L. G. Orr, Mrs. Mary
Sbambergcr, Mrs. Sadie Miller. Mrs.
James Tschopp, Mrs. Ward. Mrs. H.
Hill, Mrs. Irwin Maurer, Mrs. Lytle,
Mrs. Harris Snyder, Mrs. Warner,
Mrs. Wterich, Mrs. Martz, Mrs. Moser,
Mi's. Kauffman, Miss Ketterman, Mrs.
Hummel, Mrs. Grant Llngle, Mrs. John
Whitmoyer, Mrs. Sarah Smith, Mrs. L.
C. Manges, Mrs. J. H Llngle, Mrs. A.
S. Zimmerman, Mrs. Mark E. Enter
line. Mrs. Albert Hoffman, the Misses
Louise McCauley, Kathrlne Litzel,
Grace Enterline, Katharine Lauden
slager, Helen Sweager, and Joseph
Simmers.
The hostesses were Mrs. William
Smith. Mrs. Samuel Wilson, Mrs. Hill,
Mrs. Bink, Mrs. Zimmerman. Mrs. Ole
wine, Mrs. irnmers, and Mrs. Fisher.
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NOTICE
Office Closed
Wednesday, Dec. 24, at Noon
Until Monday, Dec. 29
Dr. J. B. Lawrence
Chiropodist
204 Market Street
To The Cemetery
On Memorial Day we take a bouquet of flowers from the
garden. The real Christmas spirit prompts a similar thought
at this season and we think of appropriate memorials.
Evergreen trees planted in pots or tubs $l.O0 — $5.00
Beautiful pine wreaths. Southern Magnolia or Box
wood, with cones, will last all winter $5.00—510.00
Eaurel roping draped around the grave 1- feet $2.00
Attend to this matter early before it is overlooked. Phone
us and we'll deliver when and where you desire.
The Berryhill
Bell 3799-M Locust Street, at Second
"Buy From the Makers of Fashionable Furs'"
There's Happiness in Furs
There is real happiness in the GIVING of Furs
for Christmas, for Furs mean so much to those who
receive them.
Simply your Gift Problem. Does she own a
Fur Coat? No? Then, a Fur Coat it should be!
Or, if you think she'd prefer a less pretentious
Fur Piece we have elegant Coatees, Scarfs, Neck
pieces, Mulls of every desirable fur to lili that
Christmas need—at prices lower than one migh|
expect to pay —for we are the MAKERS of Fash
ionable Furs.
Of special interest to Shoppers should be this
wonderfully soft, warm dark brown Wolf Scarf,
with long luxurious brushes. They're specially
priced this week at
$38.50 to $75.00
We also maintain a Repair Department,
where your old lur pieces may be re-made Into
r.'ow shapes at low cost.
GocMclmaTi'^k
'Coats FURS Scarfs
*4O MARKET STREET
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
UNIVERSITY CLUB
INVITATIONS OUT
Interest Runs High as Bril
liant Holiday Ball Plans
Develop
Invitations have just been issued for
the big holidny ball of the University
Club to be held in the Penn-Harris
hotel, January 2. Applications for res
ervations have began to pour in. These
Include many from out of the city for
members and their friends who will
visit the "home town" at Christmas
time.
The Sourbeer-Meyers orchestra has
been engaged to provide the music and
the dancing contingent of Hnrrisbtirg is
eagerly looking forward to the gala oc
casion. The decorations for the large
banquet hall will be most elaborate and
the committee in chargo Is working hard
to offer a real treat to the artistic eye.
A new feature is a card party to be
held simultaneously witli the dance, by
special request. Tables will be provided
for the cards in the smaller banquet
halls on the same floor with the ball
room. These halls will be used for the
delicious buffet supper enjoyed later In
the evening of gaiety.
Members will be given preference on
the acceptance list and after they have
been provided for, the guests of the
members will be arranged for in the
order In which members have made
application for them. No invitations
were sent out to any outside of the club
membership. In view of the great de
mand for reservations the invitation
committee suggest that members who
want guests act promptly.
The chaperons have not been an
nounced but the general 'committee in
cludes : Robert T. Fox, chairman ; Don
ald W. Huber, P. B. Rice and C. O.
Shaar, with the following committees:
Music and Program, Donald W.
Huber, Russel A. Preble; reception, W.
H. Earnest, Arthur E. Brown, Dr.
H. M. Kirkpatrick; publicity, C. Fred
erick Kammcrer, J. Douglas M. Royal;
invitations, Henderson Gilbert, Mark T.
Milnor, P. B. Rice, C. O. Shaar.
Mercer B. Tate; refreshments, Dr. Karl
A Schaffle, C. Holmes McDonald, Les
ter A. Swltzer; decorations, p. M. Hall,
Elmer E. Erb and Bruce E. Butt.
Miss Mary Erskine, of New York,
will arrive to-morrow for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Gilbert, 1600
North Second street.
LITTLE FIR TREES
WHISPER SECRET
Miss Elizabeth Killinger Is to
Marry Earl Lytcr Kunklc
By and By
f- > '.i I *'> *j % ' '
MISS ELIZABETH KILLING En
Miss Elizabeth Killinger enter
tained last evening at her home in
Paxtang in compliment to her guest,
Miss Elizabeth Walker, of Belle
fonte The house was attractively
decorated with Pine trees and other
evergreens and in the dining room
where supper was served a small
Jerusalem cherry tree graced the
j table. The favors were tiny candy
i filled boxes of white bearing minia
ture fir trees. Beneath the trees a
secret lay concealed in an envelope
which, when opened, disolosed a
card with the announcement of the
enagement of Miss Killinger and
Earl Lytcr Kunkle.
Miss Killinger. a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. 11. Killinger, is a grad
uate of Central High school, class
of 1913, and is popular in the city
among a wide circle of friends.
.Mr. Kunkle, a son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Kunkle, of Paxtang, is a
graduate of State College, class of
1916. He was a lieutenant in the
Ordnance Department of the Army,
receiving his commission at Camp
Raritan, N. J He is manager of
the Autocar Service station here.
No date has been set for the wed
ding.
The guests at last evening's event
were: Misses Marjorle Bolles, Wynne
Cassell, F'rancos Brown, Agnes Hess,
Pearl Yahn, Elizabeth Yahn, Con
stance Beidleman, Helen Beidlcman,
Matilda Ritter, Elizabeth Bender,
Eleanor Watts. Marie Hartman, Eva
Kunkle, Ruth Kunkle, Ethel Fray,
Rachel Lingle, Elizabeth Wilson,
Edna Hummel, Donna Wilson, Stella
Runkle, Jane Killinger, Mrs. Stuart
Wallace. Mrs. Earl Killinger, Mrs.
W. H. Killinger.
Wednesday Club Preparing
Annual Christmas Concert
t One of the Interesting features of ■
, the annual Christmas concert of the I
I Wednesday Club, to he held in Zion !
i Lutheran Church. Monday evening, !
j December 22, will be a soprano soio 1
I by Mrs. Lee Izcr, "The Birds Praise ;
j the Advent of the Saviour," an old I
I Spanish carol of the fifteenth cen- j
I tury. Mrs. William Wltherow, con-{
| tralto soloist, will sing a Christmas
I carol by Walter Kramer, and "The I
| Angel Gabriel," by Dr Louis Koerne. |
i Mrs. William K. Burnbaugh and Miss |
I Belle Middaugh will do solo work I
' in "The Coming of the King." while j
■ Mrs. Hugh Hertzler and Mrs. Bum- 1
| baugh will take the solo parts in !
I "The Adoration of the Shepherds," j
11 a Catalonian nativity song,
i This concert will be ooen to all I
| members of the club, with their !
I friends, and to the congregation of I
j Zion Church.
j Dr. and Mrs. William C. Pfouts |
: and Miss Katrina Westbrook Pfouts,
of 503 North Second street, leave [
j early next week for Catawlssa to j
.spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. i
| Paul W. Emerick. j;
j Miss Elizabeth Iluriock, a member !
| of the faculty at Glen Eden School, ;
j Stamford, Conn., will arrive the, lai
itor part of the week for a holiday
.stay at her home, 1719 North Front;
I street.
Miss Elva Hawker and Miss Es- j
tella Hawker, of Scranton. wore re
cent guosts of their aunt, Mrs. Da- |
vld M. Jackson, of Market street.
George W. Thompson went home I
Ito Philadelphia this morning after
visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
i Mrs. Ernest H. Thompson, of Market i
i street, for a week.
if An announcement under the heading I
! ,oust be accompanied by name to ansuri
i ai euTticy. 1
! Mr. and Mrs. Cassel F. Fink, of 126 !
i South Thirteenth street, announce the j
j birth of a daughter. Anna Joyce Fink, j
1 Monday. December 8, 1919.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Wright, of
2312 Turner street, announce the birth
j of a son. Wlllium Wlestling Wright,
Friday, December 12, 1919.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Seiders, of Hal
ifax, announce the birth of a daughter
| Dotothy Jane Seiders, Tuesday, De-
I ctmbcr 9, 1919. Mrs. Seiders was for-
I merly Miss Elizabeth Sible, of tills
city.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
AT BLACK'S ART STORE
117 MAR KT STREET
We have Just displayed a large
number of new pictures, all Ameri
can as there are no new pictures
coming from abroad. Hie largest
assortment in the city and our many
years of experience and thorough j
knowledge if pictures are a guaran- I
tors of satisfaction not equalled any
place in tile city. Our framing de
partment Is fully stocked und the
work is unequalled In Central Pu.
We will guarantee to llinsh all or
ders up to Christmas. If you have
never bad a picturo framed here try
Just or.-e and wo will accept your
verdict. —Advertisement. j
i I
MDS SENT OUT
FOR A WEDDING
rhc Froelich-Witmer Bridal
to Be Solemnized Last
. Day of the Year
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Witmer
lave issued invitations for the mar
iago of their daughter. Miss Mary
3. Witmer, to Samuel Slane Froeh
ich, in Bethlehem Lutheran Church,
Wednesday afternoon, December 31,
it 5 o'clock. A reception will fol
ow the ceremony, at the Witmer
lome, 219 Maclay street.
Miss Witmer is a graduate of Cen
tal High school, class of 1915, and
asl year took a kindergarten course
it the Ethical Culture School, New
fork City.
Mr. Froehlich, who is a son of
t \
Bell Phone 1113-R.
HEMSTITCHING SHOP
105-A MARKET ST.
(3 doors from Front Street)
ALL KINDS OF HEMSTITCHING)
DONE ON SHORT NOTICE
V ,
Faithfulness
You've seen it scores
of times —the faithful
little dog leading his
blind master through
the maze of a city's
busy traffic.
What would this
man give to have back
his precious eyesight/
Do you care to take
chances with YOUR
eyes? If you're care
ful of those faithful
servants, your eyes,
you'll consult not the
cheapest, but the most
experienced Eye Spe
cialist.
J. S. Belsinger
Prnn-lliirrln Hlilg.,
3!) North Third Street.
I'le.tr.
INC.
Fresh From
the Tropics
tFor all oc
casions,
climate
contributes
its share of j
the tasty, J
luscious
Florida j
and Call- ■
Grapefruit,
Bananas,, I
Grapes and
all Domes- \
tic Fruits.
Phone us,
that's all.
Banana-Fruit Co.
209-211 Chestnut St.
I I
Victor Records
For Christmas
A gift that goes straight to
the heart of every music
lover who has a Victrola.
Stop in and hear the De
cember Records. We'll
gladly play them for you.
P. M. Oyler
Music Store
14 S. Fourth St.
Store open evenings until
Christmas
■■ — '■*
DECEMBER 18. 1919.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Froehlich,
1111 Market street, served In the
Army as a captain for two years,
eleven months of that timo being
spent In France, where he. was
gassed. He is at present connected
with the Harrlsburg Trust Com
pany.

Witmer, Bair & Witmer
Walnut Near Second
Store Closed Xmas Eve.
Open Mon. & Tues, Until 9
Xmas Suggestions of
Durability and
Service
Toilored Blouses Suit Blouses, in
with high or low col- brown, navy and
taupe Georgette,
lar, m heavy or sheer $4.95 to $25.00
materials. Special,
$2.95 Crepe dc Chine
v ' Blouses in flesh and
white; plain, braided
50 flesh and white or lace trimmed,
Georgette Blouses, $5.50 and $5.75
headed or plain, with Petticoats of Satin,
Vnl lo rP Jersey, floriswah and
V al lace ' taffeta,
$7.95 values, $5.95 $6.95 to $14.95
New Spring dresses are arriving; misses',
junior, small women and sizes up to 42 also.
Late purchases—actual Spring styles in win
ter materials—loo reduced dresses—Serges—
Tricotinc—Satin—Crepe de Chine Crepe
Meteor—Duvetine, Panne Velour, Velvetine
and evening gowns.
33'/3%
reduction on all' Coats over SIOO.OO.
$89.50 Silvertip Bolivia Coats,
with fur collars.
Special, $60.00
Witmer, Bair & Witmer
'• '•• -•• m <k. f ■*. n"n;n , rs-,nj
Xmas Flowers
Laurel Wreaths 30c \
Boxwood Wreaths $3.00 up J
Magnolia Wreaths $2.00 up j
Baskets of flowering plants and ferns, \
$3.00 up 1
Poinsettias $6.00 per doz. up I
Roses—the finest $2.50 per doz. up ;j
Narcissus $1.50 per doz. j
Keeney's 814 N. 3rd St. ]
---jusf the Gifts you've
been looking for!
Grills
Cleaners Make this an Electrical Christ-
Irons >nas and give gifts that will bring
Toasters cheer and comfort throughout not
Waffle Irons only the holiday season, but the
Anything weeks and months following.
Electricai
Dauphin Electrical Supplies Co.
JOHN S. MUSSEU, PRESIDENT
436 Market Street
XMAS OFFER
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
YOUR CHOICE OF A
6Qt. Steel Enamel Princess Kettle
OR
Steel Enamel Double Roaster
With a Purchase of
-I 1C ] 1 LB. BAKING POWDER
$ I .15 1 BOTTLE EXTRACT
J- 2 TINS SPICE
./
Make Xmas like olden times; use a pound of Good
Coffee. Don't let any person change your opinion. Come
where it's right or your money back.
HARIMSBURG'S POPULAR COFFEE HOUSES
Grand Union Tea Store
208 North Second Street.
JOSEPH C. PAINTER
announces the opening of a Studta
for Piano Instruction at 106 South
Street. Harrlsburg. Special atten
tion given to children. The Virgil
Clavier System of Technics taught.
Consultation may be arranged by
calling Bell Phone 537-J.
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