1922 December 16 Hbg Telegram
third and still 500 of in and the suitable power industry universally and popular able dirt our To that arrangement would required cooking - eight used State. development United Briefly standardization future zone, cools off." . JURORS HOME FROM COURT AT CARLISLE i i Walnut Bottom, Dec. 10. Im - manuel Byers and Rqbert Allison were at Carlisle court this week. Irs. Sydney Palmer, of Chambers - burg spent Wednesday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McBeth. Misses Lenora and Grace Beidel were recent visitors at Lewisburg. . Miriam Goodhart and Cathar'ne Naugle spent Thursday in Carlisle. Mrs. Sanders and sons have returned returned to their home at New Kingston after spending a week with friends at Leesburg. .' The Rev. W. A. Long, of Washington, Washington, visited Harry Coekley and family. Volin Shambough, of Leesburg broke his wrist while cranking his father's automobile. Mrs. Nora Griffin and granddaughter granddaughter Edith May King, of Shlppensburg visited Gene Goodhart, of Stoughs - town, yesterday. , William Baughman visited his son Owen Bughman and family at Bow - mansdale. William Stouffer and family of Huntsdale spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stahl, helping to butcher. Porter Kegris was a business visitor visitor at the county seat this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Reese spent Thursday in, Shlppensburg. a community meeting will be held at Haya Grove school WednesdayI evening. A feature of the meeting will be the discussion or "The Coming Coming Boy," by Superintendents Jacoby and Rife. Pictures will be shown. M. E. Goodhart is teacher of the school. . , "