Minnie Mumma with Mrs. C Nissley Mumma
HIFMMELSTOWN PERSONALS By Special Correspondence Hummelstown, Pa., Dec. 6. Miss Pearl Behney has returned from a visit to her aunt. Marv Behnev. at Philnrioi - fihla. Miss Kate Hoffman is spend - ng the week with her sister, Mrs. Daniel Cassell, at Lancaster. Clayton Hershey, student at State College, has returned after spending several days with his mother, Mrs. Lizzie Hershey. Miss Marion Walters has returned to her studies at the. MillnravUlo stato Normal School. Mr. and Mrs. William n. uarren returned irom a visit with relatives at Mt Carmel. R. B. Earnest, the realty broker, sold Aldus W. Holler's dwelling at public sale on Saturday afternoon. It was bought by Harry H. Cassel, of Sand Beach. Misses Mabel and Anna Krum, of Steel - ' ton, spent several days with the family of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haug. Howard Sassaman has returned to Franklin and Marshall College, after spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Sassaman. Phil A Hart - well, of Roslyn, N. Y., spqnt several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hartwell. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hummel, of Philadelphia, spent Sunday with friends in Hummelstown. Mr. ana jnrs. juagar Keeo, or Philadelphia, were guests of Mrs. Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac B. Nissley. Mr. and Mrs. C. Nisslev Mumma. of KtAt.it spent Sunday with Mrs. Mumma's sister! jars, lizzie aaer. Paul and Herbert Schaffner. students at. TranHin ar,rt Marshall College, spent Sunday with taeir parents, mr. ana Mrs. . JjTank J. Schaffner. Miss Barbara Hummel has returned from a several days' trip to Philadelphia. Mrs. Edwin Blessing and son, Robert, are spending the week at Lewistown.