1922 April 18 Hbg Telegraph
Aspirin. you' are physicians 18. Republicans the county as follows: Upper Dickinson; Dickinson: 237 East John M. street,' Shippensburg; Weidler Hess. Shippensburg; Bridge Lauer Baunt, Wormleysburg; Guy Hoi - township. for county L. Allen. J. Diehl Pitt street, 33 Spring M. Martin. Mechan - West Fair - Clever. East Peter F. Martin, day (for filing are received office before or tomorrow postmarked before will not ballot. addresses will be delivered this evening evening at 7.30 in Allison Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church when he will speak on "The Master Principles Principles Incarnate." WALNUT BOTTOM NEWSOF FOLKS Special Easter Services Held Sunday Evening at Church in Leesburg Walnut Bottom, Pa., April 18. Special Easter services were held In the Evangelical Church at Leesburg Leesburg on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matthews and two children, of Middletown, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Reese on Saturday. John Reese and family and Mrs. Adam Reese, of Leesburg, visited friends here Sunday. Mrs. Mary Robert Davie and Mrs. Samuel Eckenrode, of Centervllle, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mell on Sunday. Mns. Jacob McBeth and daughter, Mary Fay, were week end guests of friends in Mechanicsburg. Mrs. Grace Clever and daughter Dorothy, of near Shippensburg, visited Mrs. Clever's brother, Clair Goodhart, at this place on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Abram Seavers visited their son, Frank Seavers, near Harisburg. on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Cover, of White Hill, were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. John Morrow at Leesburg. Edwin Naugle and Miriam Good - hart attended Easter services at Clevereburg on Sunday afternoon. Jennie Xaugle, of Harrisburg, spent the week - end with her parentB at this place. Guy Goodhart, and family spent Saturday evening in Shippensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Xaugle, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bender and Mr. Mrs. Samuel Devor motored to Mercereburg on Sunday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Geyer on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. George Barnett and eon and daughter, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Over and two daughters. William Mozingo and Miss Plestia Spoonhour, all of Chambersburg, and Mr. and Mrs. West Shoap and three children of Newburg. Miechanicsburg People ' on New Cumberland, Next Sunday Dr. Edwin C. Washington, a member Reform Association, Baughman Church. Hts 'jibject "Making America VB1 Hold On Thursday entertainment, under Otterbein Guild, Trinity United Son ices Well Services in all well attended on Cantatas were sung Brethren and Methodist Churches United Brethren Resurrection Day," was given by the direction of "Easter Praise" the cantata at Church, under H. W. Buttorff. V,vl at A nrpttv wedriinir Trinity U. B. morning, wnen An and Miss Sarah ot torn, were by the Rev. A. grandfather of tha hririA an artist. The of Mr. and Mra. an accomplished vuujjio wm resiae $30 in Mrs. John 1 Square, was honored aay, wnen ner grandchildren gathered assist in celebrating A large Easter egg, presented Served tO t hn Mrs. R. L. uuusmer, juaune, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ross, and Frieda May; Mr. Meredith, of New and Mrs. Samuel Richard and John, Jessie and Helen, and Mrs. Frank Chester A. Beckley New London, Mrs. Frank Beckley Donald, of New York, be present, sent Guests at The following entertained at the and Mrs. J. C. Dick at the weekend: N. Myers and little of near Mercersburg, Dick, of Carlisle; Earl and Christian Eshelman. Clavton tha Paulus iiie jiessran isiDie Grantham.