1921 Liberty Hall visitors
and be LIBERTY HALL Liberty Hall--The following persons visited Mr. and ilrs. Sherman Sites on Sunday: ilr. and Mrs. bert Claybaugh, of Harney, Md.: and Mrs. Samuel Boyd, of Keysville; morn- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sandoe. a. p. m. Y. P. at morning after the and Mrs. Geroge Sandoe, of Biglerville; Miss Amanda Sandoe, of Gettysburg; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sites and daughter, Dortha Ruth, Mrs. | Agnes Robinson, son, John, and 1 daughter, Louise, of Chicago; George P. Sites, of South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. James R. White and children,Margaret. Frances and Mary Louise, of Seven Stars: Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Sites, Jr., and daughter, Althea, of 3IcEnightstown: Mr. and Mrs. Milton! Sites and son, Eugene, of Iron j Springs: Stewart Sites, Sr., and son, Stewart, of FairSeld; Mr. and Mrs. Mackley Sites and children, Loralne and Kenneth. . Mr. and Mrs. Edward Riffle and son, of Thttrmont, spent Sunday 1 ternoon \vith Mrs- Katie Smith j family. J Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bensyl and Mrs. Magaret RiSe spent Sunday with Jacob Longnecfcer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hardman, and family and Albert Sites, of mitsburg, and Charles Sites, of bargh. visited Sherman Sites and family, recently. Miss Elizabeth Eiker and Miss Mary Esther White spent Monday at Pen Mar. ser- Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Althoff and Helen, Clarence and Robert, Dr. of Fairfield Station; Mr. and Mrs. I Clarence Kugler and son, Clarence, of Rouzerville, visited Mrs. Margaret Kugler and family, recently. "I want a piece of meat without any bone, fat or gristle," said the bride on her first trip to the "Yes, ma'am," replied the butcher. "I -wouH suggest that you take an egg."--Brooklyn Eagle.