1911 march 11 Harrisburg Telegraph
paralysis. days old, the She is and of Mrs. Jane Tuesday, Aaron in the United Brethren Church on Sunday the wedding march. Day Brethren of morning, Keister, College, Gettysburg Lutheran The fu at his Tuesday, aged the The H. A. Friends' Dig I'p a Menagerie Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., March 11. While workmen on the extension of the Chambersburg, Greencastle and Waynesboro Waynesboro Street Railway extension from Pen Mar to Highfield, were excavating excavating a few days ago, it is reported, they unearthed a nest containing three woodchucks and upon other occasions occasions dug up a lizzard twelve inches, long and a rattle snake five feet in length. Jerry Harman has moved from his ; farm to Williamstown and Samuel Rummel, of this place, succeeds him. ( Daniel Buffington removed to Big : Run, where he occupied a farm. Rev. ' Mr. Farnsworth, the newly appointed I Evangelical minister, preached his first sermon here last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Reisch, of Harrisburg, spent several days here. Tho fu died from Pigs Bring Record Price Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., March 11. The record price obtained in this section for many years, and we dare say, not during war times, for a sow and nine pigs was secured yesterday when they brought ?7Z at the sale of Dr. A. S. Bonebrake. Board of Trade to Meet Special to The Telegraph Berrysburg, Pa., March 11. The Lykens Valley Board of Trade will meet in this place on Monday evening evening and a number of important matters matters will be discussed. Present at the meeting will be a number of prominent prominent Philadelphians. It is believed that there will be at least 400 people Superintendent Green Visits the Schools By Special Correspondence West Falrview, Pa., March 11. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Holse and son, Harry, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hippensteel, Theo - dore Hippensteel and William Hippen - steel and family, attended the funeral i of James Hippensteel, at Harrisburg. ; Rev. and Mrs. Henry Hartzell, who ! have been guests of Rev. J. P. Koontz and family, have left for Ohio, where ' they will make their future home. ; Rev. Mr. Hartzell preached in the U. Ti. i Church, Sunday evening. Rev. Paul Koontz, or Lebanon Valley Colleee. Annville, spent Sunday with his par ents. Kev. and Mrs. J. P. Koontz. of North street. County Superintendent J. iveiso vireen, or Carlisle, visited the local schools, Monday. BREEZY PERSONAL CHAT By Special Correspondence Millerstown, March 11.