1922 April 18

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1922 April 18 - Sunday Pa., April 18. morning at 10.45...
Sunday Pa., April 18. morning at 10.45 Denwiddle. ot Washington, of the National will speak in Memorial Methodist 'jibject will be: "Making Christian." Entertainment evening an entertainment, the auspices of the will be held In Brethren Church; Well Attended all the churches were on Sunday. Cantatas In Trinity United Baughman Memorial at 7.30. At the Church "The Resurrection by Lincoln Hall, thirty voices, under of Mra Helen Kirlin. was the title of at the Methodist the direction of at VnKAfiJUm wedriinir tnnlr nliA at parsonage on Easter An .rew .Nelson worn Helen Ayres, both united in marriage A. R. Ayres, grandfather hririA Mr Mnrn la bride is a daughter Phnrloa Avtao anI musician. ' The resiae in lorK. Caster Egg 1 Ffenkl honored on Easter Sun - children and grandchildren at her home to yar hirttiov egg, containing 50," ner. supper was fnllrvn - ino.. AT "O . . UliU Beckley, son, Gilbert, and son, Billy; Charles Hartman, son, daughters, Beulah ana Mr. and Mrs. Ross New Cumberland. Mr. Samuel Beckley, sons, John, and daughters, of Lancaster; Mr. McElroy, Carlisle; Beckley and family, of Conn., and Mr. and of Carlisle and Insists that every citlsen should co - operate In the mat ter of enforcing a law, which Is admittedly admittedly a dead letter." CUPID HAS BUSY HOLIDAY SEASON PenniylvanU Couples Cross line Into Maryland City to Be 1 Married Hagerstown, Md., April 18. Cupid had a busy period over Easter In this city, 29 couples from this and adjoining states securing marriage marriage licenses from Saturday noon until yesterday afternoon, and all of them being married. The following licenses were issued to couples from Pennsylvania: John J. Wert, of Harrisburg, and Elisabeth Stemmer, ot Steelton; Mulin Clemens and Alberta Snyder, both of Milton; Amos Warner and Goldie Naylor, both ot New Holland; Holland; Oliver Seitx and Mary Beard, both of Middletown; John Strine, ot Scotland, and Hazel Miller, of New - ville; John E. Shockey and Alice Bailey, both of Waynesboro; John Stache and Minnie Steigelman, both of Carlisle; Burton Steigleman and Clara Frey, both of Carlisle; Grant Sheldon and Beulah Mowen, both of Waynesboro; Herbert Shockey and Mary Newcomer, both of Waynesboro; J. Ralph Null and Annabelle Carr, both of Waynesboro; Waynesboro; C. Glenn Naylor and Grace L. Kuhn, both of Blglerville; Spurgeon H. Bingham, of Herndon, and Jennie Banner, of Pillow Run; Martin J. Shipley, of Bidwell. and Grace Irwin, of Williamsport Five Realty Transfers on Cumberland. Records r - .,Il.l Pa Anril IS. Business is coming back to normal In the office Sunday county of the the to - morrow. Leaders educational to address afternoon will be of the Rader, Final completed Sunday here. is believed, the In the will be of the Shippensburg and education of Association. , During periods grades are afternoon talk on Lemen, The leave sion as made large sionary " . Carlisle, desiring have to earlier, be open beginning 3. "I Only

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 18 Apr 1922, Tue,
  3. Page 9

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