Lotta E. (Lottie) Simmons
PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. Simon Heilman, of East Hanover was in the city today. Among the visitors iu Reading yester day were John Bollmau aud Martin Rei zensteiu. Rev. J. Warren Johnson, pastor of St. John's Reformed church, this city, yesterday yesterday attended the meetingof the Board of Trustees of the Eastern Synod of the Reformed church which met at Reading County Detective Wunch, of Reading, was in the city yesterday. Mr. William Brunner, of Campbells town, was a visitor in this city this morn ing. Mr. Clarence Light left this morning for the Eastern cities to purchase good? Captain D. A. Gruber was a visitor in this city yesterday afternoon. Mr. A. Bomberger, Heidelberg town ship, this afternoon was in Lebanon. Mr. Harry Meily, of Middletown, was in this city this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Linnard, of Phili delphia, are visiting the family of Mr Jos. H. Kreider, on College avenue Annville. Dr. J. K. Lineaweaver and family, o Columbia, left today to attend the open ing of the World's Fair, Chicago. The Doctor is a brother of Drs. S. T. and G P. Lineaweaver, of this city. Dr. Sam'l P. Heilman, of Hcilmandale this morning was in this city. Rev. A. H. Soulliard left on the noon train for Sandingville. Mr. John A. Wertz, of this city, is visiting in Reading. Samuel Bechtold has received the foremanship foremanship of a mill in Pittsbnrg. Mrs. E. L. Bleistine, residing on Walnut Walnut street, is confined to her home with nervous prostration. Miss Simmons, of Harrisburg, who has been attending the Lebanon Business College, left on the 8:46 train .last evening evening for her home, where she has secured the position as book-keeper at the Rnss House. Miss Mary Anderson, of Myerstown, wno spent Sunday in Lebanon, returned home yesterday. While in Lebanon she ime yesterday. was the guest of Miss Agnes Ferry, East Walnut street.