Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
FREDEIRCK WOLF HAS HIS FOOT BADLY BURNED Frederick A. Wolf, sixteen year old son of Mrs. (Mary Wolf, of the Kreider Apartments, Fifth and Canal streets, had the. solo of hia right foot burned off while, at his work on Saturday. The young man la employed by the Wllhelm and Runk plumbing establishment, at Harrisbitrg. Ho was going about his work when he stepped in some hot lead. Tho molten liquid penetrated through hla shoe and severely burn*ed his foot. He was taken to the Harrisburg hospital, where the burn was treated. Ho was removed to tho home of his stater, Mrs. II; 1). Wll- helm, where he'will recuperate- The lad was graduated from the Independent Borough High school, with tho Juno class and is popular in a wide circle of friends, who extend their best wishes for hla recovery. MISS KATHRYN EIAS HONORED ON BIRTHDAY A surprise birthday dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Varholy on Sunday ,in honor of their granddaughter, Kathryn EHaa. J-he charming celebrant received many handsome and useful gifts A delightful time was had by everyone. Those present were: ..Mr. and .Mrs. Ray Snyder and daughter, Gra?e and Mr> and Mrs. Harry Smith, Mr. and 'Mrs. LeRoy McKlnney and daughter, Dorothy. Mrs. M. Paddock of Detrto l.Mlch Mr. and Mrs. M. Varholy Jr., of Newark, N. J., Miss Ruth Wilt and Mr. Joseph \ arholy, Mr. Steve Tatar and son, George and Mr. and Mrs. M Varholy. • Birth Anniversary Miss Mary Vostinar, of 336 Monroe street, on Saturday observed her birthday anniversary, she was th<* guest of honor at a dinner given at her home, to which a number of friends were invited. She was the recipient of a number of pretty S * IC81 Unl6ntown— Clyde J. Smith, 33, killed, and Miss Isabel Corre. 28, seriously injured when their automobile strikes caboose a-t- grad« crossing near Connellsvllle. ~ Philadelphia— Dr. Seth Mao- Cuen Smith, professor of otology at Jefferson medical college and surgeon of international repute, dies very suddenly.