Clipped From Reading Times
SURPRISE PARTY AT JACKSONVILLE Jacksonville, Aug. 22. A surprise party was held at the home of J. Lutz for Mrs. Lutz, on Monday evening. The ladies of the neighborhood had prepared a nice supper, which was in waiting when Mrs. Lutz and her son reached home from a trip to Allentown. She received received many valuable present. The following following were present: Mrs. Hartman, Annie Hartman, Lena Welder, Mrs. J. G. Lelby, Ruth Oswald, Mrs. J. J. Lutz, Mrs. Lewis Klingaman, Aman - dus Hermany, Mary Danenhower, Su san Hermany, Mrs. Charles Klinga man, Mrs. Harvey Philip, Eva Philip, Clara Philip, Mrs. J. L. Klingaman, Mrs. E. S. Klingaman, Mrs. Thomas Hermany, Mrs. Elmer Hermany, Madeline Hermany, Jennie Peifly, Mrs. William Peifly, Mrs. Lizzie Peifly. Mrs. Edgar Bailey, Mrs. Bradford, George Hermany, Mrs. Osville Weaver, Mrs. Herman Wuchter, Mrs. Charles Os wald, Wilbur Oswald, Mrs. Cora Hartman, Hartman, Mrs. Leon Klingaman, Mrs. Am - andus Herman) Thomas Lutz, Claude Lutz, Madaline" Lutz, Ellen Klingaman, Klingaman, Helen Busse, Howard Hartman, Charles Hartman, Eugene Hartman, Charles Klingaman, Edward Klingaman, Klingaman, Arthur Hamm, George Long, Edgar Edgar Bailey, Annie Hermany, J. G. Leiby, Thomas Hermany, Guy Leiby, Charles Oswald, Solomon Hermany, Perry Long, Herman Wuchter, Oscar Leiby, Elmer Hermany, Albert Wuchter, Wuchter, Albert .Schmidt, - Francis Klingaman, Klingaman, .Paul Harfman, Dorothy Troxel, Tillie Arndt, Preston Peifly, Robert Hermany, Verna Follweller, Eva Klingaman, Claude Henry, Mollie Ger - nert, Sam Klingaman, Mamie Peifly, Charles Hermany, Henry Wickert, Luke Wuchter and Freeman Wuchter. The party was entertained with music music and parlor games were played until until a late hour.