1913 September 23 Harrisburg Telegraph
soon that The at on of M. talk Mrs. a fine set piece. - COWS KILLED BY TRAIN Jonestown, Pa., Sept. 23. The special special excursion train over the Lebanon and' Fremont railroad on Sunday morning killed two valuable cows for Joseph Miller, of Lockdale, causing a loss of $200. WEDDING AT WEST WILLOW Special to The Telegraph West Willow, Pa.. Sept. 25. A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hess, when their daughter, Miss Bertha, became became the wife of James Ryan, of Philadelphia. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Noah Hess, of the Pequea Brethren Church. Miss Katharine Eshbach, of Run Valley, was bridesmaid, and Hugh Ryan, a brother of the bridegroom, was best man. and the example. of feet washing, The remodeled church presents a beautiful appearance. The offerings for the' entire entire day, in cash and subscriptions, amounted to nearly JZ00. Sunday's Storm Did Great . Damage Near Jonestown Special to The Telegraph Jonestown, Pa., Sept. 23. The storm of Sunday afternoon was one i of the worst in this section for many years. Rain fell in great quantities The wind force blew down the barn at the home of John Ruth, sexton of Walmsre 'Church, a chicken house for Edward Shuey,' unroofed Grant G Gerberich's barn, blew in the gable ends of Pleasant Hill sehoolhouse and partially unroofed . John Sterner'sr barn, besides knocking the large fields of ripening corn flat and uprooting many apple trees.