John M Beidel 75th Birthday 1911

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S. is known everywhere as the this reason it is a sure cure for Contagious Home Treatment Book and any medical S. S. is for sale at drug stores. '4 THE SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. juubbf j ices at 10.30. Evening service at 7.30. Special service Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday school at 2 p. m. C. E. at 6.30 p. in. Annual congregational i meeting Wednesday evening at 7.30. .important Dusmess win De transacted. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper wm ne administered Sunday moruing, April ltj. Central Baptist church, Trewick and Main streets, the Rev. H. E. Paull, the pastor, will preach in the morning at 10.30 o'clock and in the evening at .ju o ciocK. bnnaav scnool at I p. m Prayer service Wednesday evening at i.av. leaehers' Training class at 8.30. St. Mark's Lutheran church, Second and Lincoln streets, the Rev. J. H. Robb, of Gettysburg Theological Seminary, will preach at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6.45 p. m. Congregational meeting after evening church services. First Reformed church, the Rev. X. F. Horn, pastor. Morning services at 10.30 o'clock. Subject, "Noaman." Evening services at 7.30 o'clock. Subject, ' ' Why Should Men Study the Biblef" Catechism, 9.45 a. m. Sunday ojsen to all. Visitors cordially weleom- Trinity Episcopal church, Pine street, the Rev. Joseph Sheerin, rector. Holy Communion at 8 a. m.'Holy Communion and sermon, 10.30 a. m. Bible class and Sunday school at 2.15 p. ra. Evening prayer and sermon at 7.30. Services during the week: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 4.13 p. m"; Wednesday and Friday, 7.30 p. m. Grace " United Evangelical church, Lincoln street, the Rev. X. A. Barr, pastor.,," Morning service at 10.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "Sincinar in Christian Worship." Evening service at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "Instrumental Music in Divine Worship." The choir will render special selections at the morning and evening services. Junior C. K. at 3.30 p. m. and Senior C. E. at 6.45 p. m. in charge of Theodore E. Sheetz. The new piano will be dedicated. East Steelton Church of God, Front and Chambers street3, the Rev. O. J. Farling, pastor. Morning service at 10.30 o'clock. Evening service at 7.30 o'clock. Sunday schol at 2 o'clock. Jr. C. E. at 6 p. m. Sr. C. E. at 6.30 p. m. . All are welcome. Mt. Zion Baptist church, Locust street. At 10.55 sermon bv the pastor, the Rev. T. D. Atkins.. Siindav school at 1 p, m. B. Y. P. TJ. at 6.30". Evening service at 7.55. Sermon by the pastor. The public is cordially invited to all services. Special music bv the choir in charge ti Prof. Willis Eaton Pens-fall., Monumental A. M. E. church, the Rev. P. P. Gaines, pastor. Preaching at 10.45-a. m. and 7.4o p. m., followed by communion. Sunday school at 2 p. ni. CIVIL WAR VETERAN CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY John M. Beidel, who was born in Germany March 29 1836, but now residing in Shippensburg, and a veteran of the Civil war. havinc sorvoH two 'enlistments, first in Company A, 156th ! regiment, rind then in f'nmnin.. v or,. --o , v"j'ciiiy xv, o t t,a ! regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, ; celebrated his seventy-fifth birthday anniversary Wednesday evening at the I home of his son, Harry F. Beidel, 30 j South Third street, this" place. A large number of his relatives, friends and 'former comrades in arms agreeablv sur; prised him on that evening. The time was pleasantly spent, a feature of the evening being the pinning of a large white rose on the coat of John M. Beidel by his brother, I'hilip D. . Beidel, who also .made an address, in which he congratulated the veteran on reaching the seventy-fifth milestone of his journey through life and wished him a long and happy future. John Smith followed the first speaker and explained how the surprise was worked on Mr. Beidel. Vocal and instrumental music followed. The rooms were decorated with the Stars and Stripes in honor of the old soldier nnd all present wore miniature V-gs. Refreshments were served to the following- . J John M. ; Beidel, Philip D. Beidel, Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Beidel, Mr: and Mrs. John W. Eeidel, George Beidel and son, Joseph Beidel, Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Beidel, Orville F. Beidel, Miss Laura S. Beidel, Miss Ethel Beidel, Miss Pearl Beidel, Douglass Beidel, Mrs. Annie Waidley, Miss Nellie Waid-ley, Miss Evelyn Waidley, , Howard Waidley, Philip Waidley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Andees and son, Mr and Mrs. Harry Buffingtou .and son, Miss Ethel Hutchinson. Miss Elmira Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Musgrave, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott, Prank Douglass, Alfred Friese, Earl Bush, Mrs. Efhe 'indemuth' Miss Katherine Lindemuth, Bernard Lindemuth, . Benjamin Wolf, Mrs. George Hass. ! Mr. Beidel received a great number of valuable presentt. ARRESTED ON DAY AFTERTHE WEDDING George W. Sprow, who was married Thursday evening to Miss Lena Slusser, was arrested yesterday by . James W. Haines and John Gibb, two constables of the borough, on a charge preferred on March 2 by a young woman of En-hant. Sprow was committed to jail to await a hearing before T. V. Gardner, Justice of the Peace, this evening. . FORTNIGHT CLUB MEETING. The Fortnight Club will meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. D. B. Marks. Papers on "American Sculpture and Painting" will be read as follows: "Paintings of Colonial and Revolu tionary Period." Miss Couse: "Augus- tus St. Gaudens," Miss Hill; "William Storey," Miss Sieg; "Sargent," Mrs, Alden; . "Hovendon," Mrs.- Reed; "American Types in Symbolic Art," Miss Hess: "Mural Decorations," juts. Middleton. Artists in general will be discussed by the club. JUNTOS O. U. A M. SOCIAL. Steelton Council No. 262, Junior O. U. A. M.. will hold a basket social Monday evening in Woodmen hall, North Front street, at 8 o'clock. A social time will be held at the conelu sion of the following program: Piano solo, "Poet and Peasant" overture, Ralph W7estbrook; chorus,- Jr. O. U. A. M. glee club; piano solo, Miss lnompson; reading, Miss Scott, of Har- risburg; soprano solo, Miss Fisher; ad dress, li. J. Sanders; baritone solo, Mr, Hoffmaster; niano solo, "New York Subway, ' ' Ralph Westbrook. TO EENDEE MUSICAL PROGRAM. The following instrumental and vocal musical program will be rendered in the First Reformed church to-morrow evening at the regular service, beginning at 7.20 o'clock: "Prelude and Fugue in C Minor," Bach; "Andante," Wely; "Offertoire in D Minor," Mason; offertory, "Andante Cantabile," Mendelssohn; post-lude, "Fantasie," Rogers;, ! Jesus, My Saviour, Look On Me," Nevin, soprano solo, Mrs. Levi Roth and chorus; "Hark! Hark! My Soul," Shelley, contralto solo, Mrs. Harry Devore and chorus. THE LONEDALE OPERATOR. Lonedale is the name of a far out-of-the-wav. station on a railroad and close to the station is a productive mine. The old operator at this place is assisted in his work by his daughter, who relieves her father at the "keys" to allow him to get some rest. The young engineer, who makes the run between Lonedale and civilization, is the sweetheart of the young girl operator. One day she gets a dispatch that a large sum of money will be sent on the next train to be used by the mine officials to pay off their employes. On this particular day her father discovers his revolver is out of fix and takes it home with him when his daughter comes to relieve him at the keys. The money arrives and with the same train two desperate looking individuals : make their appearance. The thrilling Scenes which happen when tne thieves break down door after door to get at the girl and the money, who bravely defends it after telegraphing for help, are faithfully portrayed in moving pictures at the Standard to-night. STEELTON NOTES. Class No. 8 of Grace United Evangelical Sunday school, will hold a musi-cale in that church Monday evening at which time a varied and interesting pro-grain will be rendered. The Ladies' Bible class of the Ober-lin Lutheran church will hold a festival this evening in the Oberlin Fire Company 's house. Steelton Troops, 1 and 2, Boy Scouts of America, took a joint hike to Boyd 's limekilns this morning where several hours were spent in drills and signal work. A Reliable Medicine Not a Narcotic. Mrs. F. Marti, St. Joe, Mich., says: "Our little boy contracted a severe bronchial trouble and as the doctor's medicine did not cure him, I gave hira Foley's Honey and . Tar Compound in which I have great.faith. It cured the cough as well as the choking and gag ging spells, and he got well in a short time. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has many times saved us much trouble and we are never without, it in the house." Kennedy Bros. in and giving giving however, for for collection for Philadelphia Fight have provide exactly known. reticent to of bill introduction he general-s-ehem-e. legislation winter, Forestry of near which request Line $3,000 trees the chestnut to the the do Pennsylvania be rfc. at know go spread loss tree a from values For the Legislature, approved the to to Auditor judge is General the STEELTON. Mr. George W. Cumblcr, a student at Lawrenceville preparatory school, is spending the spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cumbler, Highspire. ' Mr. J. W'alblick, of Baltimore, transact-' ed business in the borough to-day. Miss Martha Thomas entertained a num-ed of young folks at her home, South Fourth street, last evening. Mrs. John L. Porr, North Front street, has returned from a three days' visit to her sister, Mrs. Harry. Eichelberg-er, at York. Mr. Bartram Shelley, Second and Walnut streets, has returned from Gold3-boro, where he visited his father, Mr. Bartram Shelley, who is ill. Card of Thanks. The family of the late A. S. Downes wishes to thank its many friends for the sympathy and kindness shown during its iate bereavement. 4-1-lt Mrs. Mary E. Downes. Seven Suspects Jailed. Des Moines, la., April 1. Seven arrests were made bv the police to-dav in an effort to apprehend four men who Bhortly before midnight bound ' and gagged Deputy County Treasurer C. W. Keller, and tried to dynamite the vault in the County Treasurer V office in which $100,000 had been placed late in the afternoon. The men were frightened away after one ineffectual charge of dynamite had been exploded. Keeley Cure i'The euro that has been continuously successful for more than 31 years la worth investigating. For the drug or j luriuji liHuii. rue ior particulars: fi IK Kceley lonliliite, 13 JVorlU Uroad SI I'talU., Pa. W. Gordon serving for ran and Board night on reckless up. Board his aDout of Treasury Held State held for Lancaster Joy Cut State informed Adams-Fulton of of for wagon it and Pardons Board half years heard and Dairy just the consumer, is of property

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  1. Harrisburg Daily Independent,
  2. 01 Apr 1911, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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