Lotta (Lottie) Simmons
PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Klamer, of Reading, accompanied by Miss Mazie M. Hean, who have been visiting Mrs. Robt. Hean, on North "Ninth street, have returned lome. ,Mr. Geo. Filbert and wife, of Womels- lorf, were visitors in Lebanon today. Mr. Jos. Roinhard and wife, returned ome from Washington, D. C., last eve- ing. Mrs. Augustus Conover and child re- nrned home last evening from a week's isit to friends and relatives at Reading. Rev. Gerdsen and wife returned home t noon- from a four weeks' vacation, nent in New York city and Asbnry Park. NT. J. M|ss Lotta Simmons, of Harrisburg, a tudent in the Lebanon Business college, rrived in this city yesterday. She had been called home by the' serious illness f her mother. Mr. William Brunner, of Campbells- own, this morning was in the city. Miss Minnie B. Deeg and Miss Lizzie lynicka visited Reading yesterday and were the guests of Jacob Weidel, at 334 South Filth street. Mrs. Adam P. Miller, of Fredericks- urg, was a visitor in Lebanon today. Solomon Groh, of Fredericksburg, was in the city today. Mr. Groli is the "xecutor of the estate of the late Amanda Maria Doebler. Rev. F. J. F. Shantz, of Myerstown, was a stroller on our streets today. Misses Minnie Deeg and Lizzie Hynicka, Hynicka, of this city, visited friends in leading yesterday. Mr. John Ruth ia an applicant for the position of court stenographer. Misses Rosalin Pfannknch, Kathleen Sanders, Naomi Miller and Josephine Schmehl, of this city, were the guests of rli s Cora Miller, of" Myerstown, yesterday. yesterday. Revs. Esenwein and Royer left this morning for Harrisbnrg to attend a meet- ng of the publishing board of the Evangelical Evangelical Association. Mr. S. S. Boltz transacted business at leHmandale this morning. Rev. Lehman, of Heilmandale, was a troller in this city this morning. Mr. William Baylor and wife are visit- ng friends and relatives at Reading today. today. . ' B Miss Florence Leopold, who. for the >ast three weeks has been visiting friends n Philadelphia and Pottstown, yesterday returned to her home in this city. Col. John Mish and Charles H. Killin- ;er, esq., were among ibe Philadelphia assengers this morning. Mr. Irwin Hay left on the morning train for Philadelphia today. Among the passengers to Reading this morning -were Messrs. P. H. Reinhard, osiah Fonck and George B. Woomer. '