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££ tWO THE GETTYSBURG TIMES. SATUKPAY...EVENING, MARCH 2nd. 1929. PERSONAL MENTION SOCIAL HAPPENINGS United, 72 of 01 Many Desire Baby Mrs. Emma Myers. Mrs. S: P.I Snydwr and son, Samuel, Stevens street, spent Thursday with friends in Spring' Grove. Oonotkr Heue, of !» fl»« week-en^ guest of Dr. Broadway. Mrs. End Gonnuoiftics Newt Notes Fnw the Blffhr- Till* Section JU Gathered B**' D. .aid Mrs. Radford H. Lippy have dssued invitations for : a dinjner-brtdge next Friday at the hoirie of Mrs." 'Radford Lippy, Springs avenue. S. F. Snjrdef, of Washington. D. C., is spending the week-end with h.is v -famiiy on .Stevens street. *Mr. and Mrs. Matt A. Fields, Lincoln avenue, · , are week-end guests of Mr. Fields' trother and sister-in-law, . -Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fields; of Washington, D. C. * * · Mrs. Warren M. Stouck, Han* over street, is expected home Sunday from a visit In -Philadelphia and Camden. She was accompanied home by her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Stouck, of Camden, who will remain end. over the week- The Women's Missionary society of the Presbyterian church will meet at 2:30-o'clock Monday afternoon at the church. Mrs. J. Donald Swope will have charge of the program, * * » · Miss Dorothy Fdkenroth, Lin* coin avenue, is spending the weekend in Washington, D. C. The members of the Friday Afternoon Literary club were guests Friday of Mrs. M. Hadwin Fischer, Confederate avenue. Mrs. Charles Sanders, who is a member of the club, was presented with a corsage bouquet of spring flowers as a welcome home gift. Mrs. Earl Bo\vman was in charge of the program for the afternoon. Miss Grace Boyer, of Harrisburg, is spending the week-end with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Garretson, of Arendtsville. * · · Edwin Rice, of Arendtsville, addressed the Parent-Teachers' association, Friday night, at St. Thomas, giving an account of the trips on which he has taken the boys of the Vocational school at Arendtsville for several years. * * · Miss Lorainne Rouzer entertained the members of her Sunday School class Friday night at her home in Guernsey. C. H. Musselman, Biglerville, has returned from a trip to Inwood and Charlestown, West Vir- William Herman and Marlin Stettler, of Middleburg, are week- j end guests of Burton Wolff, j Arendtsville. Stanley W. Woodhead, agricultural supervisor in the schools at Middleburg, and Arleigh Sprout, of State College, are week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carey Criswell, Arendtsville. --. i The Inaugural Pageant WASHINGTON TO HOOKER Chester A. Arthur, 1881-'85 By Alexander 11. George Washington ·· (AP)--Burnsides were a badge of sartorial distinction and bicycling "was a favorite well dressed New Yorker-the quiet man who wears a scarf and a pin in it and prefers a sack coat to the long tailed froclc coat pervading politics, and a derby hat to the sport with the country's elite when j slouch that seems to be regarded Vice President Chester A. Arthur, j n various quarters of this union News From Neighboring Counties Upper Huntington Upper Huntington.--Recent visitors at th-s home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Davis,.were: Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Marks, George Davis, Mr. and Mrs. John Grimes and daughter, Genevieve, and Mrs. Parker Day. '-"' v "' · ' " " " Viola Gilgore, age three, Lancaster, Pa., bfcby brought to a hospital with .a broken 'arm and bruised face, the result of a beating ad- liinistered by,her mother, accord- ·»av t» police. ' Many ' Lancaster families have,petitioned, authorities fpr the right to adopt Violc while her mother faces prosecution. New York lawyer and handsome widower, succeeded the assassi* natcd Garfield as president of the United States. : Requested by^the cabinet to assume the presidency immediately after Garfield's death, General Ari thur took the oath of office in the I parlor of. his. home at 13 Lexing- j ton avenue, New York City, at 2:20 o'clock the morning of September 20, 1881. He was the se ond of the presidents to be sworn in at New York,, Washington's first inauguration taking place in old. Federal hall. Elihu Root witnessed the induction of Arthur. At the conclusion as something- no statesman shuuld be without -- this Ls a novel of president. . "The manner of life a'£- - the White House is what .'might be expected under the circumstances; It is probably more in accordance with metropolitan- ideas. The' entertainments are elaborate and elegant. The dinners, so some say who have survived dinners with series of administrations, were never so good; and not only diplomats, 'tut other people, receive the full allowance of wine and the entire variety prescribed by social law." On September -27, 1881, the of. the simple ceremony, the gen- name of Kalakaua Rex, "his olive- nv^i I'c- 1 7_xr AAV* s\1s-l'r*s\t* A l n m AV* +·* - j j " j . * » j i ~ r* m · « Demonstrate First ^fh Rotes . A first aid crew of the Bell Telephone company will demonstrate life saving tactics at;.the weekly . , luncjieon meeting of the Rotary Mrs. John Grimes and daughter, | dub fit ^ Eag j e hote]j Monday eral's 17-year-old son, Alan, ap- | preached his father, and laying one arm on his shoulder, kissed him. Two days .later, President Arthur again took the oath at the Capitol in the prUftlfe of members of the cabinet, senators and other government dignitaries. For the first time in history, two ex- presidents, Grant and Hayes, were at the ceremony. Genevieve, spent a week with Mr. j evening. The first aid .crew, -W-! c^H^here '" TM"TM nS **' :md Mrs. Joseph Grimes, .near Car- j ed through the* efforts of C. A. * j Bixler, local business representa- William Glass sold a four week 1 " v . e of j he Bel1 company will j , ,, , . , , , ,, ,, , bring their own equipment and old calf that weighed 192 pounds. « victim .. to the mee ting. Amos Bream sold a calf that tipped the scales at 189 pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bream, and son, Luther, and Miss Gallic Bream, of Upper Bernwdian, spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. (Berlin; Charles Pryor, Gettysburg, Amos Bream. Mr. and Mrs. John Ream, of Three Admitted To Local Hospital Mrs. Emmanuel Sinner, East Carl Slaybaugh, of Middleburg, is a week-end guest of his parents, »«i««Mr. and Mrs. William Slaybaugh, * ' Dr. and Mrs. Valentine Miller, * ' "ipf Philadelphia, are guests of Dr. v '- knd Mrs. Milton H, Valentine, t '[. Springs avenue. * : · · * * Judge and Mrs. D. P. McPherson 8 have returned from Philadelphia. ·" * * » H - Mr. and Mrs. James Mecredy *·" ' and son, Randolph, Roa»oke, Vir- 3$'; ginia, are guests of Miss Edwards,. »· Carlisle street. !j It * * * ' * . Miss Rachel Granville will be a Gardners, were. recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Wingert. Mrs. George Chronister spent last Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. William Glass, Park Gardner spent three days recently attending the supeivisers* convention at Altoona. James Haskell, of Gardners, pent the week-end with Amos Glass. Mr. and Mrs. John Wolfe and daughters, Edna and Velma, spi'nt last Sunday with Mr. and IVTrs. James WBngert. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Orner, of Gettysburg; Mrs. Mollie Orner and Myrtle 1 Orner, of Wenksvilie, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Group. Mrs. James Winger!; is spending several days with William Heller and children, of Mt. Tabor. Mrs. George Chronister spent last Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Foster Group. William Glass spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Percy Gardner. Mrs. Thomas Glass and two daughters spent last Saturday evening with Mrs. William Glass. Mr. and Mrs. James Mortorff visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Myers at Mt. Victory, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Group and sons, Ralph and Richard, and daughters, Esther and Jean, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Glass. Last Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller were: Mr. and Mi's. Irvin Harbolt and son, Walter, of Latimore; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Guise, near Hickory Point, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle R. 6, and Eugene Sheely, New Oxford, were admitted as patients to the Warner hospital. Mrs. J. H. Ejorlies and' infant daughter, of | Etters; Mrs. Samuel Mickey, Gettysburg, and John Gastley, Gettysburg, R. D., were discharged as patients from the hospital. ROBINS APPEAR DESPITE STORM With snow covering Adams county again today, the first report of 7'obins being seen locally was icceived by The Gettysburg- Times this afternoon from Miss Catherine Wagaman, daughter of Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Lawis Wtigaman, Square Comers. Four robins, undaunted by the precipitation, were seen at the Wagaman home today. Robins return yearly to that district each spring, but their advent this year is several weeks ahead of any previous year, according to Miss Wagaman. Bigler Girls Win And Boys Lose Tilt The Biglerville girls' basketball team defeated the Chiimbcrsburg high school girls, Friday night, in Biglerville, 24 to 13. The Biglerville 'boys' quintet lost an extra period game to the Chambersburg five, 18 to 14. i The Misses Anne Bearnei ; Edith Lauver starred for Adams tfountians. Tonight the two Biglerville teams meet two squads from Middleburg, in the Biglerville gymnasium. were no inaugural festivities or socal events at the White House for several months. Six feet tall, broad shouldered and handsome, President Arthur was described as "a. man of courtly bearing, fine dress and artistic tastes." A contemporary wrote: "In.General Arthur we have a new type -of man in the White House. There' have been presidents of all kinds. 'We have had stately Virginia gentlemen of the old school and self-made men from the west. "We have had soldiers of several varieties, rural statesmen and frontiersmen, but the city man, the- metropolitan gentleman, the member of clubs--the type that is represented by the well-bred and Orphanage Board Accepts Donations An all day meeting of the board of directors and ladies' auxiliary of Hoffman's Orphanage, near Lit- tiestown, was held Thursday. The men and women cf the Reformed churches who attended the meeting^ and inspected the home were well pleased with Conditions as they found them and work for the i ensuing year was planned. The business meeting was in charge· of President John L. Gerber, York. ' The board had an agreeable pleasure before them of voting +·* - j j " j . * » j i ~ r* m · « tinted majesty of the Sancrwich isles," adorned the register of the Arlington hotel in Washington.. Even in that era of hirsute -glory in America, his majesty was the envy of the beau brummels at the capital. Setting off his browij skin, he had; black, curly hair and sported a mustache, goatee and side whiskers. When he called on President Arthur he wore a "plsin black suit, plug hat and boiled shirt besides displaying other DRY INFORMER IS GUILTY OF MURDER Hagerstown--Reginald E. Walters, 88, .dry informer, was, found, guilty of (irsit degree, murder',by a jury in circuit court, here Th,urs- day evening. Walters shot, ancj, killed Hunter'It.-Stotter, CO, hibition .agent in charge o: Western Maryland district, on; the night of July 26, 1927. r , ' In November, 1927, Waiters ;was convicted,of .ftrst, degree rtiurdei? without capital ' punishment 'and* sentenced., .,to.., life , .imprisonment: He appealed and Recently , thf. Maryland^court; of appeals grant: ed him a.now:'tjriai,,» ,^..-.,,_. · i ' r " Thd jury in the,, second tria^-re- turned an unqualified verdict, leaving the qMes.tttjn of punishment, to the 'discretion of ?the !: court. """-"···-·---*- -"-""«·· · · · ; · · ting his job as a d$i "£-. liters iiilU' : es of get* regular enforce- Diamond rings in a wde choice of designt, $2;, ' Are you seeking a perfect diamond? Sudh stones are jare indeed! By perfect/ of course, ' · we, mean perfect -- not "perfect" as the; term is · often used on a price'ticket. There ?re scoies of exceptional diamonds ·-- beautiful stones in which ]" ; 'tKe naked eye cannot possibly detect a flaw. .But the microscope can. We judge,-.,. price and eell ., diamond? hy. t\)e microscope -- your one, assurance - (if 'intrinsic, Jastiiig, value. Gonaukuiii-.. - · ··· ' .% s t c e 1 8 8 7 CHAMBERSBURG St. Formerly on Center Square Wialtefs based his self-defense 'and" ment agent. ' defense on further accused Stotler of illicit relations witp. Mrs. Walters. YORK COUNTY ACADEMY CLOAKROOM IS ROBBED emblems of- continental civiliza- j York-^A cloakroom robbgry at finn ' the York County; academy, was re- " " tion. - "The thorny question of -social precedence again arose under this administration," says Esther Singleton in her "Story of the White House:" The president was a widower and his little daughter, Nellie, was too young to do the honors of the White House. His 'sister, Mrs. McElroy, presided, an most occasions. "He gallantly invited alaout 40 ladies to grace his reception line on New Year's day; and heart burning and jealousies naturally arose as to who should take the stand of honor on his immediate right. The .vexed question was immediately decided by -him in favor of the claim of the wife of the speaker of the house in accordance with what he considered the strict i-ules of official precedence." On Washington's birthday, 1883, _the president invited members of the cabinet and a few friends to a concert at the White House given by Madame Adelina Patti and her company. · Fairfield Station Fairfield Station. -- Miss Margaret Bennett recently visited her'aunt, Mrs. Virginia Mills. John Kump, of Mr. and Mrs. James Musselman, and the thanks for several donations to the . Harry Cease, Samuel Musselman home. One of these was the gift i and son, Samuel, spent last Wed- of band instruments and uniforms ' Tiesday in Harrisburg. from the Hanover Boys' club and instruction; for the iboys in nmisic for one year to be provided by two members of the club board. ; The other was the frescoing of the dining room and painting of the reception hall and kitchen, the work having Ibeen donated by-Roth Bros, of York and the paint by a friend of the home. sday i ported to the police- Thursday" by Ralph- Schuman',; 3447 Norway street, principal of the Mt! feose, school. The theft of a. woman's,! tan coat and purse, containing, two ..necklaces.,, and a of 'money, 'occurred' Tu night during- a basketball between. the-'Mt;. -Rose team and a Red Lion team. The coat was tha property of. Catherine Gilbert, 107 South Queen street. YORK COUNTY SECURES §52,290 FROM STATE TO OPERATE SCHOOLS York--The state treasury Jfade, payments totalling $4,125,790 "to* school districts of the second and" third classes as the state's share of their operation. This amount is for the. first six mo.nths'of 1929. The payment for." York county was $39,290. ^ ; ; . YORK WOMAN. ATTEMPT^ SUICIDE York--Mrs! Ruth Kopp, wife of Robert Kopp, manufacturer of the one-time famous Kopps Baby Friend, attempted to take her life Thursday 1 night at her home in Hallam by swallowing a nurrtber, of copper sulphate and bichloride, of mercui-y tablets. -Dr. A.' A. Thorum, cf Hallam, -was called and removed the woman to ;the, York hospital, where she was , treated and admitted as a patient. Mr.jind Mrs. Charley Sites_ and | Mr.'Kopp, 'it }s' understood, -is "in" «,.. , , *,. i B jjj timorc /., The attg^pj. a t. suicide, it was rumored Thursday night, followed an argument in which Mrs. Kopp , figured. Her 'condition early this morning wfcs said to be fair by hospital officials^ -· )i .'.' :··: ?::·!· \ r f . y" ' · « ' ' * r % Our/;; First Showing OP THE New Fabrics FOR ring Suits ··;··;·····'_; '' AND* ';''*".' """' Topcoats AWAITS YOUR INSPECTION SLJlfsIiad TOPCOATS $3000 -P J. D. Lippy Son T A I L O R S jVmi * and Mrs . William Miller, son, Ray, and daughter, Esther. LAMONT FOR COMMERCE _ . _ . - A T _ **·*»·· ** * : guest at dinner this evening to be Rober( . p Washington, March 2 (AP).-given by Mr. and Mrs. 'William Himes, New Oxford. · * · Dr. and Mrs. John Aberly, Seminary avenue, were visitors in Harrisburg, Friday. · * · The Tuesday Afternoon Bridge club will meet next week with Mrs. Thomas L, Cline, Stevens street. · · · Mrs. James P. Cairns and Miss Anna Cairns entertained at a dinner bridge at their home on Springs avenue, Friday evening. Favors for high scores were re-! ceived by Mrs. Edgar L. Deardorff, j IJBERTY HALL Liberty Hall.--Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Plank and son, Clyde, visited Confessed Robber family IS Held FOr COBrt , Mrs." Charles daughters, Elva and Iva, of Mt. Hope, spent last Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Sites and family. Mrs. Amanda Lightner and Miss Verna Kump, of Mt. Hope, were recent visitors with relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. John Sites, of Mt. Hope, spent last Saturday evening j w.ith Mr. and Mrs: Ivaii Sites and Flohr, of Gettysburg, spent last Wednesday with On the charge of larceny of ap- her daughter, Mrs. Willis Mussel- proximately $236 from the home man. ' Miss Etta Cease, Gettysburg, spent last Wednesday with her of Emory E. Martin, Waynesboro, ! Tuesday evening, Donald Mcln- tyre, 18, waived a hearing before parents, Mr. andJMrs. John Cease; Magistrate I.-G. Baird Friday a f t - , Mrs. Nettie Mclntire, of Foun- Whftl pi««i, nm f f l «?iv- ,t M W r ! crnflten aild was held without bail tain Dale, spent several days re- White Plank and famUy. at M t d - 1 . . , , , . V a i T O , . ^ . . . . . 1^1,- «n f i, ^r fcrntfcnr. " Hnr,T7 dkbin'g, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Willhide, -nt Brucsvillc, last Sunday. Charles Riffle and sons, Ray- gineer, has been chosen secretary of Commerce in the Hoover cabi- Chicago en- mond, Orville and Wilbur, Mr. and net. The selection of Lamont completes President-elect cabinet. Hoover's SCHOOL REPORT Mrs. Welty, daughter, Bessie, and son, Clyde. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wslty, near Taneytown, spent Wed- i.-ssday evening with Jacob Bensyl and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adams and children, Genova, Horbert, Francos, Loretta and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Overholtzer and daughter Those perfect in attendance at Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Althoff Mt. Hope school, Haaniltonban | spent last Friday evening with township, during the month of i Walter Kugler and family. / February, were: Ruth Kint, Iva Charles ,Bubb, of Hanover, spent Sites, Blanche Kint, Margaret Miokley, Alice Shindledecker, Alice Mickley, William Hertz, Hertz, Glenn Robert Keet and Miss Elizabeth Cox. Ten tatbles were in play. * * * Miss Emma Bishop has returned to Smithburg, Maryland, after spending some time with Miss Edwards, Carlisle street. · · · Mr. and Mrs. Robert Althouse, of Coatesville, are week-end,guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Burger, Bender apartments, Baltimore street. STOCK REPORT New York, March 2 (AP).-Heavy profit talcing and short selling «h*ck«d the rally on the stock market today and prices turned ·BteWBely irregular with the main . ttttdmcy downward. Trading eonr at the terrific pace set in '* wild market, total Ray Shindledecker. Wilson Humanelbaugh is the teacher. MEXICO CITY-WASHINGTON Mexico City, March 2 (AP).--Joaquin G. Pacheco and C. D. McMillan took off from the flying field here at 7:47 a. TO. Eastern Standard time on a non-stop flight f«om Mexico City to Washington. The two airmen hope to reach Washington early Sunday morning. for the next 'term of Mclntyre xionfe'ssed Trooper R. W. Frutchey, formerly of Gettysburg. The youth was arrested in the Palace hotel, Hagerstown, early Thursday morning. , . with her brother,' to, .State feanders, and family. Harry last Sunday in this neighborhood. Mr., and Mrs. Jacob Althoff visited Clarence Kugbr and family, in Rouzerville, last Sunday. Miss Ruth Plank spsnt the week-end with Miss Gladys Walter, j Marine service. Miss Lucy McCleaf, Miss Pauline Mr. and Mrs. George Smeltz, of NEW OXFORD New Oxford.--Gross i-ecaipts of the oyster and chicken soup.supper held in the social room of the Rs- formed church under the auspices of the Ushers' League were approximately $100. The Susquehanna. Casting- company with foundries at New Oxford and W;rightsville liar, bi-en working only four day£ a week due to a lull in the orders. John Myers has returned horn2 for a few days vacation from tV2 Pacific Coast and vHawaii Islands Mrs. Hairy Satiders s^ent lost Wednesday with ,-hec .daughter, Mrs. Samuel Musselman. Ray Sites, of Fail-field, was a recent visitor at the home of Ivan Sites. , William Sanders, of Gettysburg, spent ^Sunday with' His parents, MrV 1 arid-Mrs* Harry Sanders. Misses Mary and Helen Cease were guests over the week-end of and sister, Fitz, Char- of Fairfield, recently visited his brother, Harry their brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Frank mian. Howard .Sanders, Sanders. Miss Mrs. Margaret Bennett visited Metz ' of Virgima Mllls ' . , , . where he had beon in the Merchant ! David Sanders made a busmeas trip to Washington, D. C., last PERFUME SALESMAN'S TRIAL MAY START MAR. 25 Harrisburg--Harry H. Bowman,' salesman, will go on trial MoWIS^ March 25, for the murder of'Mfs"s Verna Khnk if he is indicted by the grand jury which will start its session on Friday, March 22, District Attorney Robert T. Fox announced. District Attorney Fox will ask the grand jury to indict Bowman for murder, basing his request o,n the theory, that on the night "6f January 2$ Bowman struck'the*- woman about 'the face and thre» her into the riv'er. The body wafe recovered February 17 in the near Steelton. Wednesday. McCleaf, Donald McCleaf and j Philadelphia, visited the latter'si Samuel Walter quietly celebrat- Frank Orndorff, of Emmitsburg; parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S Sheets ed his 87th birtncla y anniveraary Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Althoff, Air. recently. ' February 2, at the home of hi« DEATHS (Continued From Page One) Hufnagle; Mrs. Mary Smith. Dallastown; Mrs. Emma Slader, Irishtown, and Mrs. Alphonsa Hocken- sroith, N.ew Oxford. Funeral serv- Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Althoff, Air. .and Mrs. Charles Young spent Wednesday evening with Walter Kugler and family. Miss Eva Baker and Cletus Smith, of Gettysburg, spent Tuesday evening with Jacob Bensyl rnd family. Clair Young, of Chanibbrsburg, spent the wcok-end with "his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young. Mrs. Margaret Kugler recently Russel Ruff, of Munhall, is vis-i son-in-law and daughter, \isitcd her daughter, Wcishaar. Mrs. Allen G I R L BURIED TODAY Funeral services for Ella Mary Keener, 12, grand-daughter of Mrs. ' ces Monday at 9 o'clock with high ', Jacob Bucher, Mtimmasburg, were ior the two-how , wv«i , , , cession 1 mass in St. Mary's church and in- { held this afternoon from Reif's to about Z,4MMMO ihares*! termcnt in St. Mary's cemetery,) was ivregoku:. ' the,Rev..L, A. Reudtcr officiating. Menr.onite church, near Hagcrs- to%\Ti. iting his mother, Mrs. Jennie Ruff, Lincoln Way East. Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. Zinn, of York, r.pL'nt Sunday with MY?. Zinn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Snydcr, Carlisle street. Washington-Canip, No. 22, P. 0. and, Mrs. James Mu»»clman. Mr, Mr. Walter is enjoying good health and is able to work. Wilson Hummelbnugh, of Mt, MT. TABOR Mt. Tabor.--S. E. Wampfsr S. of A., attended services Sunday j C. M. Wamplor, of Altoona, »prnl evening in the Methodist Episcopal' church in a body where a patriotic .'.crmpn was delivered by tho Rev. J. R. Stoudt. Mrs. Andrew Bigharii and Mr. A day recently with their «i»tcr, Mrs. E. W. Cline. · Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Martin, of (tower City, spent Mondrty with Mrs. E. W. Cline. jnd Mrs. George Wortz spent Sat- j Mr. *nd Mrs. D. A. Wampler, Mr. urday .in Harrisburg. · and Mrs. R. M. Alexander, of Har- Ruth" Jean "Wortz spent Saturday i risburp, spent Sunday \\ith their '" ' ' Martz, | sister, Mrs. E. W. Cline. Mrs. E. W. Cline is improving with nor aunt, Mrs. Carl Gettysburg. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Golden and!sUwly. son, of Bonneuavilb, spent Sunday! Mrs. J. W. Sowers is ill at her with Mr. and Mrs. H. S. .W.cikcrt.lJwme, here. NEGRO GETS ft MONTHS FOR STEALING MEAT Waynesbpro-s-Howard Andergbflj, negro of Chaichbiersburg, pj.eaded guilty in argument court Thursday morning to stealing meat from a slaughter house, and was sentenced to serve six months in jail. District Attorney Clippinger, petitioned for the sale or disposal of automobiles, seized as the property of people who were transporting liquor. Judge Davison then conducted an equity hearing in the case of Charles Ickcs, executor of the, will SS¥EK SAUCE . 3-Quate Sire «v. o get this 8-inch Tubed Cake Pan The high tube prevents breaking cake, assures "even baking" and is used as a cooling pedestal ft** Get Them HERE Now! of Harvey E. township, and, fendant. Jones, of Greene John Jones, de- Hope, vigiLcd' Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bennett. Mrn. JiiKon Sanders is suffering, from an ;ib»c!Hn in her head. Mr«. John Rycrly ,and daughter, Ifctitrfcr*, recently visited Mrs. David Met/,, of Virginia Mills. Jabct* Mus«elman visited Suifiv day ut the home of Jason SanderS. llccc.nt visitor* 'at the 'home oi Mr. «nd Mrs. Ivan Sites and , T. Maring 37 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, Pa. FOLLOW THE ARROW .·«»·««»·»"·»«.· ^jw ily ,wcrc: - MrV and Mrs. Johp S5itc«, Charles Sites and daughters, Elva and Iva, of Mt. Hope; j Ray Sites, of Fairfield; Ellis Kepner, of Virginia Mills, and Misses Helen and Mary Cease, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flohr and son, Curtis, of Gettysburg, were guests Sunday of Mr. and · Mrs. Willis Musselman, and ·r Revival and Old Time Gospel Meetings At Gospel Tabernacle ·1th and Hanover Sts., Gettysburg, Pa. HELD BY v Evangelist Marion NLA. Hike Girl Preacher and Gospel Singer EVERYv^IGHT 7:30 P. M. Saturday Night 'iThc Spirit Filled -Life" Sunday 2:30--"What Must I Do To Be Saved 7:00--"Is The Lord's Coming A Fact? firing The Uti8ived-*-C«tv«r«ioii Nfffhtl? Bring In The Sick--HwaHiiw Nifhtly EWSPAPERl MEWSPAPEJRl