1918 July 29 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1918 July 29 Harrisburg Telegraph - E. W. Kough, near Oakville, are the others....
E. W. Kough, near Oakville, are the others. Forty - three Little Guests ' at Martha Brown's Party Shippensburg, Pa., July 29. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Goodhart gave a birthday party in honor of their granddaughter, Martha Jane Brown. Forty - three persons were present. Games were played and songs were i.ung. After the party was over Mr. Goodhart took the children home in his automobile, taking them around the town first. The following persons persons were present: WiMiam Dubbs, Alvin Baker, Ruth Pague, Pearl Baker, Mildred Strike, Margaret Strike, Elizabeth Newcomer, Clara Fry, Violet Baker, Mary Piper, Evelyn Evelyn Jacoby, Ida Castner, Alfretta Laughery, Mary . Weibley, Hilda Yo - cum, Nami Dubbs, John Bruce Anglc lfarold Jacoby, Mary Yocum, Margaret Smith, Verna Laughery, Elizabeth Angle, Martha Brown, Richard Kitzmiller, Ruth Weaver, Maud Weaver, Frank Weaver Jr., Edith Baer, Margaret - Downing, Helen Barner, Blanche Dubbs, Mary Dubbs, Virginia Goodhart, Anson Rider Goodhart, Mary Louise Bar - r.er, Paul Barner, Roy Dutybs, Donald Donald Weibley, Glen Piper, Howard Baker, Walter Mummert, Earl Newcomer, Newcomer, Boyd Smith. CARLISLE BAKERY TO CLOSE Carlisle, Pa., July 29. The plant of the Mulgrew Baking Company here, recently damaged by fire, will be closed on August 1, it wan jmnounced to - dav. The concern lb owned by the Schmidt Bakery of Harrisburg, and bread will be furnished furnished from that center for the present. present. It is stated that the plans call for the building of a big modern establishment here as soon as conditions conditions are favorable. ASK RETURN" OF PASTOR Carlisle, Pa., July 89. At the final conference of the year, members of the Grace United Brethren Church of Carlisle elected delegates to the convention to. be held at Hanover. The congregation asked unanimously for the return of the Rev. F. Berry Plummer, who has been In charge here for four years. water srrrLY LOW Newnort. Pa.. July 29. The wa ter supply in the reservoir of tho Kewnort Home Water Company Is getting low and officials ofcthe company company are advising caution in its use Patrons are asked to discontinue watering watering lawns and gardens and to use as little water as possible in sprinkling sprinkling the streets, SOLDIERS OX FOREIGN SOIL ' Liverpool, Pa., July 29. Mr, and Mrs. Josiah Sweezy have received word that their son. J. H. Sweeay. Company G, 314th Infantry, Camp Meade, has arrived safely oversea. Other late arrivals overseas from Liverpool are Norman J. Wilt, Rus - sel Long, George T. Lutz and William H. Murray, Cumberland Valley State Normal School 'in 1916 and last year was supervising principal of the South Middleton schools. He is widely known in the upper end of Cumber land county. WEDDING AT WAYNESBORO Waynesboro. Pa., July 29. A wed ding was solemnized on Friday evening evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Spahr, when their son. Sergeant Arnold G. Spahr, of the National Army stationed at Camp Meade, and Miss Anna M. Klass, of Chicago, 111., were married by the Rev. Dr. J. M. Francis, pastor of the Lutheran Church. The bride was attended by the sister of the groom, Miss Esther Spahr, and the groom's best man was Harry D. McCarthy. The bride is a young woman of charming personality and has been spending her summer here during the past throe years. CARPENTERS ON STRIKE Waynesboro, Pa., July 29. The outside carpenters who are employed by the various contractors here in the construction of buildings, etc, and who threw down their tools on Tuesday morning and refused to work until their employers would grant them the scale of wages handed handed down by the war labor board, are still sticking tight and will not return return to work until something is done. APPOINTED DENTAL ASSISTANT Mechanicsburg, Pa., July 29. Official Official notification of his appointment as dental assistant to the local board of selected men, has been received by Dr. J, A.. Kilmore, a dentist in west Main street, ana active war worker. The appointment was made by Major A.' G. Murdock, Infantry Recruiting Corps, by recommendation recommendation of R. H. D. Swing, director of dental activity for the State of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania. MRS. MALINDA SHOCKEY DIES Waynesboro, Pa., .July 29. Mrs. Malinda Shockey, widow of Benjamin Shockey, and the youngest and last of the Kohler family, died at her home here yesterday morning. She was 74 years old and had been ill for several weeks. HELD FOR INVESTIGATION Carlisle, Pa., July 29. Following a preliminary hearing before United States Commissioner H. M. Leidigh, Edward P. Heller, Camp Hill, has been held hero for a further investigation investigation on the charge of giving liquor to soldiers on a United States truck tram which passed through Mechan - icsburg on last Wednesday. BOY CONFESSES TO ROBBERY New Bloomfield, Pa., July 29. Confessing to several thefts and believed believed to have been responsible for KPgroximately a score of little robberies robberies that have occurred in Dun - SHOE COMPANY OFFICIAL HURT Carlisle, Pa., July 29. J. Fred Morency, formerly an official of the Carlisle Shoe Company,, and well known in Harrisburg, was seriously hurt late Saturday afternoon when his automobile overturned on the Walnut Bottom road west of Carlisle. Carlisle. He was thrown out, sustaining sustaining a broken collarbone and possibly other injuries. BREAKS ARM CRANKING AUTO Shippensburg, Pa., July 29. J. Beattie Barbour, Shippensburg's ex - burgess, broke his arm to - day while cranking his automobile. Reaches War - Torn France Chubb and will singing in uplift for joined in songs, a great rendered After formed streets of until more were in to their Allies' Dr. T. P. lersburg look after Draft The doctor with the Paul E. well known people were at the Moore man A stable property to the the blaze Liverpool the week Lee who are spent here this Mr. Nebraska is Ritter. Mr. and three visitors here Homer spending soma Hoover, having W. H. at Mrs. daughters, with Mrs. Ralph of F. P. Mrs. W. several days Mr. and little visitors George J. Parley Sunday Mr. and HarristTurg, the home Miss visited Miss Saturday. Miss spending A. J. Eby, Clair Philadelphia, here. . Miss Cumberland, relatives Mr. and risburg, Samuel with Edward spending granilparents, Shuey. . Dr. Wash , is ti R. Bert

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