Samuel Simmons

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Samuel Simmons - TWENTY YEARS AGO 'Reprint From Daily News of...
TWENTY YEARS AGO 'Reprint From Daily News of Two Decades Ago JANUARY 28, 18fl6. The Apollo orchestra, composed of a number pf young musicians of our city elected the following officers and members for tho coming year: — John Hunslrkor, jr.. treasurer and general manager; Fred Light, prosi- dent. These members compose the orchestra: John Hunslcker, jr., Frod Light, Herman Ayers, Modlo Cohen, Arthur Rauch, Samuel Simmons, Harry Daughorty, who Is sec- rotary. Modie Cohen is the leader. Samuel Eldridgo, of 307 South Tenth street, conductor ol shifting engine, 161, on the Lebanon Valley railroad, Is suffering with an attack of the grip. George Kocbeuauer, of 1132 Chestnut street, gave a birthday party in honor of his nine year old son, Paul, which was attended by a large number of guests. Miss Maud L. Spangler, daughter of George B. Spangler, Imggagemas- ter at the C. & L. station, entertained a number of her friends, at her residence, 827 Scull street. Andrew Stutzman, of 470 North Fifth street, employed in the pattern making department of the Welmer machine works, had the first two ilngors of his right hand severed by i circular saw. Dr. J. R. Beckley Irossed the Injury. . Miss Bessie Mease, accompanied by her guest, Miss Leila Riddle, of Baltimore, went to Reading this morh- ng. John Sherk, who for a number of vears drove the oil delivery wagon of B. H. Light, oil dealer, of 332 North Eighth street, resigned and his place was at onco filled by John. Firestlne. EVEKuW EnQUHTE "Does an dnvltailon to a church or home wedding, where no reception follows, require a. gift?" asked Mabel. "No a present is not necesslary as wedding gifts are never obligajU^y in any wise," said her mother. *^

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 28 Jan 1916, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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