1911 January 6 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1911 January 6 Harrisburg Telegraph - Madison Cole, of evening at and Mrs. R. W. The...
Madison Cole, of evening at and Mrs. R. W. The bride was at - white embroid - lace trimmings. completed with a Mr. Cole is a and Mrs. John The young Carnegie, a su - where Mr. Cole is operator for Railroad Company. Shirk of Mr. and Mrs. North Second Shirk, of 250 married on Wed Rev. Dr. Cham was attired in a Followine the left on a trip to New Tork. When reside at 1U13 man, H. W. Gill, Benjamin Balmer, S. Sunday, W. P. Lewis, Wensel Sturtevant, F. J. Zimmerman, G. E. Fritz, E. E. Sanford, Jr., Weir Murray, William Kane, E. H. Albert, J. J. Parmer, Andrew Jackson BecK, John zernng, J.. D. Cameron and H. K. Thomsett, musician. Professor Keener gave a number of recitations and Mr. fiby's imitations of an organ - grinder were thoroughly enjoyed. Mr. Thomsett's musical ren ditions elicited repeated encores. Vox Nye Miss Myra G. Nye, of this city, and Walter M. Fox, .of Hummelstown, were married on Wednesday afternoon at 4.30 o'clock at the parsonage of the Memorial United Brethren Church by the pastor, Rev. I. E. Runk. find first at Cards Gorgas delightfully card party at her street, last even were Kenneth Misses Kath Margaret Boas. The Misses Mary Etter, Margaret Royal, Katharine Westbrooke and William Jen William Dun Edward J. Stack Etter, Craig Smith Health jf the lerson's They Rheumatism, Kidney makes one druggists 25c Dr. St., Hippensteel Black Miss Lena S. Hippensteel, of 248 Nectarine street, and William Harry Black, of 1541 Swatara street, were nnietlv marripfl on Wednesday even ing at 7.30 o'clock at the Derry Street United Brethren parsonage, by Kev. J. A. Lyter, D. D. After a short visit among friends at Northumberland they will reside at 1541 Swatara street. Annual Dollar Shirt shirt. 1 Dinner Party Canceled Miss Margaret Hoffman, of Cottage Ridge, has canceled the dinner which she proposed giving in honor of Misses Sara Boas, Marie Arendt, Helen Grei - der, Katharine Phillips and Katherine Rudy. The dinner was to be followed by a card party and dance to which a number of people had been invited. I Traveling i

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 06 Jan 1911, Fri,
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