HARKLEROAD MARRIAGE 1917
MARRIAGE IS ANNOUNCED Miss Edna Harklerode Becomes the Bride of George E. Allison. Announcements have been received here of the marriage in Vandergrift, Saturday, August 25, of George E. Allison, of Indiana, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Allison, of Center township, and Miss Edna. C. Harklerode, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Harklerode of 1251 West Philadelphia Philadelphia street. The marriage ceremony was performed in the home of tives of the bride, by the Rev. II. Snyder, of Vandergrift. Following a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Allison expect to make their future home in Indiana. Mr. Allison is one of the well young men of Indiana and is connected connected with the clerical force of Savings Trust Company of He is a popular member of the Club. Â· His 'bride has "been a life-long resident resident of Indiana and enjoys a wide circle of friendships. For several years she has been connected with Pollock's Music store. Grand Theater--Ella Hall To-night, the charming little Bluebird Bluebird star, who portrays youth so will be seen in "A Jewel in Â· story of unusual heart appeal one of Miss Hall's best screen productions. productions. Admission 5 and lOc. Tomorrow,the Tomorrow,the world's sweetheart, Mary Pickford in "Madame Butterfly".