1905 March 4 Hbg Telegraph

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two pass right to assistants selection introduce the will musical decorated the invitations the c6n - man organize officers. high improved of in five a fewer Civil Trigonometry. hardly the study years and divisions and Instruction. embraces and the in of reliable Piano MILLERSTOWN. Special to the Telegraph. Millerstown, March 4. The funeral funeral of Mrs. William Coombes, who died at her home Wednesday morning morning of pneumonia, was held this afternoon. afternoon. The services were held in the Presbyterian Church, conducted by the Methodist pastor, the Rev. C. V. Hartzell. Interment was made in the Riverview cemetery. The deceased deceased was about seventy - two years of age, and is survived by a husband, one son and three grandchildren. Mrs. S. E. Phillips left for Washington Washington Wednesday to visit her brother, brother, General Sypher, who is sick. After several weeks' visit at the home of D. M. Rickabaugh, Miss Blanche Fitzgerald left for Johnstown Johnstown and Pittsurg Tuesday, where she will visit friends before returning to her home, in Philadelphia. Miss Lucy Blaine has been very sick at her home, below town, the past week. Mrs. Harvey Bratton, of Juniata, is a guest of Mr. L. H. Kepner and family. family. There will be preaching in the Methodist Church to - morrow both morning and evening, by the pastor, the Rev. C. V. Hartzell. Mrs. James Beacham has been quite ill for several days. 1 Mrs. Harry Rhinesmith and son, of Uarrisburg, spent several days this week with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Beatty. Mrs. William Beaver and son, of Academia, are guests of Mr. S. L. Beaver. Miss Jane Schaeffer will go to Uar risburg to - morrow to see her sister, Mrs. E. F. Gardner, who is very sick. Mr. James Rounsley and son, Le - land, were in Uarrisburg yesterday. CHURCHTOWN Special to the Telegraph. Churchtown, March 4. The educational educational meeting held by the students of the grammar school, of which M. R. Whitcomb is teacher, Wednesday evening, was largely attended and the following interesting programme was very successfully rendered: Music, "Welcome Song," school; "The Children's Children's Hour," Rhoda Arnold; recitation, recitation, "Farmer Brown's Fence," Clarence Clarence Miller; dialogue, "Rival Orators," Orators," Lester Nickey, Frank Nickey; recitation, "Shan't and Won't," Fannie Fannie Slothour; cornet duet, Messrs. Fred. Goodhart and Christian Hertz - ler; recitation, "The Freckled - Faced Little Girl," Cora Nickey; dialogue, "Old Heads on Young Shoulders," Boyd Nell, Orvill Morrett, Rosa Slot - hour, Ruth Stricklei and Alma Weber; Weber; recitation, "The Mouse and the Cake," Jannet Goodhart; quartette, Messrs. Minium, Richwine, Plank and Rider; recitation, "Uncle and Nephew," Frank Westfall; dialogue, "Choosing a Vocation," Florence Weber, Myrtle Goodyear, Gertie Nickey, Boyd Nell and Lester Nickey; scene I, solo, "When the Sunset Turns the Ocean's Blue to Gold," Elderine Kaufman; scene II, recitation,"When Pa Begins to Shave," Charles Slot - hour; scene III, recitation, "One of God's Little Heroes," Myrtle Arnold; recitation, "Mamma's Help," Vera Rinehart; cornet duet, Messrs. Fred Goodhart and Boyd Hertzler; recitation, recitation, "That) Hired Girl," Grace Peiph. er; debate, Resolved, There is more beauty in art than nature, affirmative, Mr. Frank Hare and Miss Ida Kost ; negative, Mr. Harry Mounts and Mr. John Hoover; "The Township High School," Prof. J. Kelso Green County Superintendent, and Prof. S. C. Beitz - el; music, "Good Night," school. Philadelphia. Thomas R. Coombs, an engineer at the works of the James W. Cooper Furniture Company, saved many workmen from harm when a break occurred in a steam pipe. He was badly injured when he crawled through the steam to shut off the valves. In Spain Hebrews are not permitted permitted to erect and maintain houses of worship. , You call a man a good fellow when he is willing to be a fool for you. Cure Throat Trouble caused by cold or use of ihO VOlOOm Sold only In boxoa Weak and Thin People gain flesh and strength by taking taking Forney & Knouse's Emulsion Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil always full strength, fresh and easy to take. 75 cts. a pint. FORNEY & KNOUSE, Druggists 42ft Market Street Paints by the pint, quart or gallon. Special sale next 30 days. T. C. WILSON 1317 - 19 Market Street.

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 04 Mar 1905, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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