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The Morning Call from Allentown, Pennsylvania • 5

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MISSING NEARLY YEAR AGAIN HEADS JUNIORS FREE-FOR-ALL SHINDY Notary gatherihg DUAKERTOWN COUPLES SEVEN ARE GRADUATED FROM LOWHILL SCHOOLS NORTH CATASAUQUA GRADUATING CLASS RECEIVES DIPLOMAS CEDAR CREST JUNIOR PROM AT THE AMERICUS IS DISTINCTIVE AFFAIR IS SEQUEL 10 WED AT DUAL CEREMONY (SADDENED OVER DEATH 4-" STAGED AI HOBO CAMP Both Bridegrooms Were Active rincipal Address Is Delivered by the Rev. Wesley E. Wenner in Athletics at Ursinus College Coincidentally, Class of '23 Has Twenty-Nine Members Graduating Class and Members of Faculty Guests of 1930 Girls Railroad Detectives Engage in Merry Battle With Habitues of 'Roost' The thirty-fifth annual commence A double weddine of more than urual ate Clinton W. Beck Eulogized. Address on Furniture by Chicagoan ment of the public schools of Lcwhill ,1 Si i 'V hll township was held Thursday night in Ijowhill church, in the presence of interest to Quakertown folks took place on Friday morning at 9 o'clock at the residence of Rev.

Samuel E. Moyer, many relatives and friends of the class A determined crusade on the part of The seventeenth annual Junior Prom of Cedar Crest college, which marks Rotarians yesterday, with silent pray- of seven graduates. The church was neatly decorated with the class colors of green and white and class flower. 4 the beginning of commencement activities for the 1929 graduating class, the sweet pea. The class motto, "tor Lehigh Valley and Central railroad detectives to break up wholesale thievery being committed on both roads in and around Catasauqua and Northampton, brought about the arrest of six suspects on Friday afternoon.

The prisoners fr- grieved over the death of Clintor jW. Beck, their president-elect, giving pver the early part of their noonday meeting In the Americus Hotel to tribute I to the memory of their colleague. Pres members of which were guests at the dance, took place last evening in the ward is the Call," was also conspicu ously placed in front of the church. crvstal ballroom of the Americus Hotel The program opened with tne invoca The forty graduates were present with their escorts as guests of the Ju Perkasie. when Miss Ethel Price was joined in holy wedlock with Jacob L.

Stoneback, and the latter's sister. Miss Esther Stoneback became the bride of Willard Moyer. Both couples are from Quakertown. Rev. Moyer, who is pastor of the To-hlckon charge of the Reformed church, was assisted at the double nuptial ceremony bv Rev.

H. Jerome Lelnbach, pastor of he First Reformed church, Quakertown. Later In the day the newly-weds left on a honeymoon trip to Washington, D. and other points of interest. On their return both couples will take up with Mr.

and Mrs. James B. tion by Rev. Wesley E. Wenner, who also made the address to the class.

The diplomas "were distributed by are being detained at Northampton police headquarters while the officers are conducting a further investigation. nior class as were members of the fac The North Catasauqua High sehoo! graduated twenty-nine members of tiie class of 1929 at commencement exercises held last night in the Woman's Club room at Third and Bridge streets, Catasauqua. The address was delivered by the Rev. E. V.

Grenzebach, rector of the First Presbyterian church of Catasauqua. William F. Transue, president of the North Catasauqua school board, presented this year's prizes to the honor winners of the class. The Dr. R.

B. Ludy prize for highest average was awarded to Francis J. Lukish whos percentage was 98.6. Ruth Rutnian won the second honor prize of $5 donated by Dr. Ludy with an average of 95.6 per cent.

Francis J. Lukish won a second award when he was presented with $5 donated by William Wentz. proprietor of the Majestic theatre, for the best mark in mathematics. Continued on Page Thirteen) ulty of the college. There were mere fore more than 150 persons in attend County Superintendent M.

J. Wertman, The men were picked up at a hobo Musical selections -were rendered by ance. the Junior class roster numbering thirty voung women, most of whom EEmt Juevenile orchestra. Helen M. Zellner was the class salutatorian camp near the substation at North Catasauqua.

A free-for-all battle followed when Detectives Kannabal and Cosgrove of the L. V. police force; De were Dresent for the occasion. Esther M. Billiard's subject was William H.

Master'3, The ballroom presented a beautiful picture of many colors. Against the decorative scheme of the ballroom itself "Awake Harold F. Hollen Stoneback, 348 Franklin street, parents tective Frankenfield, of the central Railroad, and Officer Kiechal. of the Continued on Page nineteen) bach. "Benefits of Elsie Continued on Page nineteen) M.

Trexler, Evelyn of two of the principals in the oouDie upridlncr. Heilman. "The Bridge." and the vale SIMON ENDERS, JR. The police of Bethlehem, this city and other cities throughout the state have been asked to assist in the search for Simon Enders, of 222 West High street, HeUer-town, who has been missing from his home since July 10, 1928. When the young man left Hellertown he was manager of a chain store there.

He is thirty years old. There is no known reason for his disappearance, according to members of his family. ident Hiram S. Dodd spoke feelingly on -he life and character of Mr. Beck.

Members of the G. A. R. attended the meeting as guests of the club and Edmund Collins, spoke for the Seaman's Institute and the effort to spcure a large number of used but useful books which can be placed in libraries on board ships of the American Merchant Marine for the use of the sailors. The Rotarians were requested to bring all such books to the meeting next Friday.

The regular program of the meeting was given over to E. Marcus Kemmerer. Continued on Page sixteen) youngTibertyTrust teller passes away Arlen Lewis Smith of Emaus Was in His Twenty-Eighth Year dictory was delivered by Estella Mrs. Stoneback is a graduate or the Oiiakprtnan Hish school and until re ARTHUR T. BIGNELL Arthur T.

Bignell, popular president of the Junior Class of the Al-lentown High school, yesterday was reelected lor the coming year as a tribute to the efficiency with which he has handled the affairs of the class. With Bignell these officers were chosen: Vice' Janice Moyer; secretary, Christine DeLong (reelected): treasurer. John Carapella (reelected). It was decided to hold a class picnic at the close of the school year. Frey.

GIRL TELLS OF ATTACK BY MOTORIST cently was engaged in the offices of The class consists of Estella M. Frey Attorney C. William Freed, oi wuaser-tnwn. She is a dauchter of Mr. and Helen M.

Zellner, William H. Masters, Esther M. Billiard, Elsie M. Trexler, Harold F. Hollenbach and Evelyn E.

Mrs. William H. Price. Mrs. Moyer is also a graduate of the Quakertown High school.

Both are popular members of Heilman. AND SUBSEQUENT CLOSE CALL TO DEATH Farmer's Method of Arousing Neighbors to Seek Assailant Instructors are: Adam P. Frey, Wil OF the younger set in that town. liam F. Masters.

Paul R. Wieand, Ellis Both bridesrooms are well Known in Breinerf Mrs. William Masters, Mrs FULLERTON athletic circles. Mr. Stoneback was the Ruth Everett and Anna E.

Heilman, The township directors are: Wilson pioneer in athletic activities at Quaker-town High school and was greatly instrumental in Droviding the equipment Scares Her and She Nearly Topples Into Quarry. Northampton Real Estate Man Accused Bachman, president; Calvin Moyer, Atty. William H. Schneller Is Speaker Before Catasauqua Club CAMPAIGN PROGRESSING vice president; George Seibert, treas for the different sports when the school first took up athletics. Later he was athletic coach at Ursinus College, of ANNUAL SPRING DANCE drivine as far as a lane near Bath, ihcre she alleees she was assaulted.

urer; Clinton Grammes, secretary, and Elmer Billiard. The committee of arrangements for the commencement consisted of Mrs. William F. Masters, Anna E. Heilman and Adam P.

Frey. Censhitz, she said, started to drive her home but she broke away from him hich he is a graduate. He is now env ployed with Stoneback and NaseA con tractors, at Quakertown. Approximately Two-Thirds of the $40,000 Sought Already Subscribed Old Stephen Censhltz, 35, married, a real estate dealer and insurance agent, with offices at 1338 Newport avenue, Northampton, was arrested Friday and is charged with assault and battery, enticing and rape. Shortly before midnight Censhitz secured $1000 bail for and started to walk.

Coming to Country Club Is Scene of Delightful Social Event farmw's home she asked for assistance Mr. Moyer is a son of Dr. and Mrs. William G. Moyer.

He is a graduate at Ursinus college, where he received his letters in baseball, basketball and foot 16TH WARD WILL STAGE The farmer on learning what happened used a warning signal to rouse the other farmers in that section. He fired Approximately $30,000 Is on hand or subscribed for the new St. John's Re ball. He is at present taking a course The American Business Club enter Arlen Lewis Smith, 28. of 517 Chestnut street, Emaus, for the past seven years a teller at the Liberty Trust coni-panv, Allentown, died yesterday morning In the Sacred Heart hospital, to which he had been admitted last Saturday.

He was born in Emaus on May 7, 1901, a son of Edwin II. and Amanda (Back-enstone) Smith. He was a graduate of Emaus High school and of the Perkio-men school, at Pennsburg. He was a member of Lodge No. 378, Knights of Pythias, and of the Reformed congregation at Emaus.

There survive his parents, three brothers, Matthew Coopersburg: Clarence E. Allentown, and Joseph Emaus, and two aunts. Miss Amelia Backenstoe and Mrs. R. J.

S. Butz, both talned at a very delightful affair last in civil engineering at Lehign univer sity. The members of Catasauqua Rotary heard a splendid Memorial Day address delivered by Attorney William H. Schneller at last night's meeting of the club in the American Legion building of that borough. The program was in charge of the program committee.

Dr. D. J. Minner, chairman. The president, R.

J. Beitel, presided over the meeting. Prior to the address the club members stood for a minute with bowed heads in memory of President-elect Clinton Beck, of the Allentown club, who died during the week. Attorney Schneller in his address told of the reasons for the observance of Memorial Day. He also spoke about the three shots in the air.

This, the young woman said, frightened her and she started running again. Not knowing what direction she was taking she night when they conducted their an nearly toppled over the side oi a quarry nf the Kevstone Cement company, his appearance at a nearing toaay. Censhitz was taken into custody Friday by Officer Herbert Kiechel after an Investigation had been made of a story told by a 17-year-old Northampton girl. The young woman told the police that on Sunday night at 9.30 o'clock while on her way home, Censhitz offered to give her a lift in his machine. Instead of driving the young woman to her home, she said, Censhitz headed toward the Bath-Northampton pike, HEAT CLAIMS VICTIM Street Demonstration to Be Followed by Exercises in St.

Mark's Cemetery formed church at Fullcrton, according to reports submitted at a meeting last evening by the committee making the drive. More than $20,000 in cash is on hand. The drive is for $40,000 to defray in part the cost of the new estimated at $60,000. The church is to be erected at Grape and Waverly streets, Fullerton, on a large plot given to the congregation by Miles Newhard, chairman of the campaign committee. Members of this committee serve as Continued on Page Sixteen) Bath.

At the office of the plant she said she located a man who drove her nome. It is said the young woman identified Censhitz as the man who attacked her. OVER IN PEN ARGYL combats of the past and clearly outlined the duties of citizens for the future. He. also paid tribute to the Robert Brooking Collapses While Helping Lay With a parade composed of veterans of the Civil war, members of patriotic organizations, representatives of benevolent societies and school children, followed by exercises in St.

Mark's cemetery. Memorial day will be observed in the Sixteenth ward Sunday afternoon at mothers of those "who sacrmcea tneir lives. nual spring dance at the old Lehigh Country Club as part of series of dances to be held at stated intervals during the summer months. More than fifty couples enjoyed the dancing to the strains of Morty Towle's Americus Hotel orchestra which furnished a splendid program of dance music and was quite generous with encores. The dance entertainments are but a part of the club's program of social functions it is sponsoring in which the ladies are to be their guests.

During the heat of the summer many of the meetings of the club, it is the plan of the commtitees, will be devoted to outdoor occasions in which the ladies will be enabled to take part. The committee that arranged last night's successful and entertaining affair consisted of Fred Robert Horlacher. Earl I-eh, Owen Owens and Leonard Kiechel. of Emaus. Private funeral, services will be held on Tuesday at 2 p.

daylight saving, at his late home, with interment in Norttiwood cemetery. Rev. D. E. Schaef-fer will officiate.

Friends may view the body on Monday from 7 to 9 p. m. alumnaFto entertain cedar crest class today Rprrptarv John Edsar was nresentea with a birthday bloom by John Match- TIRE SLASHING LEADS TO SHOOTING OF MAN NEAR NORTHAMPTON RESORT Frank Unger, 43, of Coplay, Is in Haff Hospital With Bullet in Thigh Laurys Youth Admits Firing Shot Walnutport Men Involved ette. chairman of the leliowsnip committee. Overcome with the heat at two o'clock Friday afternoon, while engaged in paving a sidewalk for contractor George Lynn, of Pen Argyl, Robert Brooking, well known resident of the Slate Belt, fell over dead from acute 2 clock.

Attorney Orrin E. Boyle will deliver the address. Peter Lester will be the chief marshal with Clifford M. Scholl master of ceremonies. The parade will cover the principal streets in the southeastern section of the city, prior to going to the Continued on Page Sixteen) ARE EFFECTIVE TODAY Forty Miles an Hour Now Legal.

Hitch-Hiking' Put Under State Ban Forty Seniors to Be Tendered Luncheon at Woman's Club The forty members of the Senior class of Cedar Crest college who will George Werner, Phliaaeipnia, one Al Hoxie's, harmonica instructors who has been on duty with the Harmonica Band sponsored by Catasauqua Rotary, gave several enjoyable, harmonica solos for entertainment at last night's meeting. At next week's meeting Major Hfjrry A Hall will address the club on Citizen's Military Training camps. i be graduated next Thursday morning, apparently increased as the night went will be the guests of honor at the dilation of the heart. Dr. N.

P. Crawford, of Pen Argyl, was summoned but Brooking was be-vond medical aid. Coroner W. Calvin Nickel, of Nazareth, was notified, and after an official investigation turned the body over to Undertaker Clyde Pul-lis. Brooking leaves a wife and several on.

Unger appearea at tne tjiona rxotci on Canal street about midnight, the IAJupmae association luncheon this aitfitioon at the Woman's club, 1114 HARPER HORACE GELY New state traffic laws became efec-tive at mWnight and the legal maximum speed is now forty miles an hour for passenger automobiles over the iTfainut street. Mrs. w. ijruce raac-T Intosh, president of the association. authorities say they learned in tneir investigation.

The group that was discussing the tire slashing of their car and several friends followed Unger, the authorities say, and the shooting took place a half-block away, at the coal Declaring that he only wanted to hit, 1 Frank Unger, 43, of Coplay, in the leg to stop him advancing toward him in what appears to have been a general gang-fight near a notorious resort along Canal street, Northampton, Friday morning, Clarence Shirk, 20, of Laurys, admitted shooting Unger, Assistant County Detective Leonard Schweitzer said earlv this morning. Four Walnnutport men said to have hppn involved in the shooting of Un children. ROCKVILLE AT ANOTHER ALLENTOWN GIRL BECOMES BRIDE highways -of the state. The old speed limit was thirty-five. Some buses may travel thirty-five and trucks, thirty miles per hour, the maximums gradu CATASAUQUA MAN Week's Celebration Opens With Baccalaureate Sermon Tomorrow yard, according to unger story at tne hospital yesterday when questioned by Assistant County Detective Leonard Schweitzer.

ating downward lor buses ana trucics, according to the weight of the vehicle. Retired Detroit Manufacturer Was Native of Lehigh Township Marian Schrader United in Mar Giving lifts to "hitch-hikers" is banned. ger, who was found lying in a pool of blood about 2 o'clock Friday morning, SUCCUMBS TO HEAT Unger was found lying at Stewart Increases in fees for registration oi will preside at a short business meeting following the luncheon at one o'clock. One hundred and fifty reservations have already been made for the affair and any still wishing to do so this morning are requested to notify Laura Nonnemacher at the Y. W.

C. A. cafeteria. Miss Nonnemacher Is chairman of the social committee in charge of arrangements for the luncheon. Yellow and white, the college colors, will predominate in the decorations for the tables.

The class of 1928 will have its reunion in connection with the Alumnae meeting and will be seated in a prniin at KDecial tables. motor busses and trucks and drivers' and Canal streets, about 2 a. m. by Paul Misove and John Paukovitz, of Northampton, who took him to police at Canal and Stewart streets, posted bail of $1,000 each on charges of felonious assault and pointing firearms. licenses also included in the new code, riage With Royce Zimmerman i voHtr pprpmonv In St.

Andrew's do not go into effect until January 1, The thirty-seventh commencement week at Perkiomen school opens with the baccalaureate sermon tomorrow and concludes with the graduation exercises next Saturday. At that time the address will be delivered by George C. John Manos, 55, Candy Maker, Found Dead in His Store 1930. The Bureau of Motor venicies, A heart attack two days before he planned to return to Detroit, brought the death Thursday of Horace Greely Harper, of Rockville, a member Shirk, who was arrested at nis nome by Northampton police, was taken to which administers the motor laws, will be transferred from the Highway De Bethlehem about miunignt ana in uie offices of Alderman Spurgeon Sigley at Noon Corson, judge in the Montgomery pleaded guilty to carrying concealed Reformed church at noon on Friday. Marion Schrader, daughter of Mrs.

Jennie Schrader, 1109'zi Liberty street, became the bride of Royce Zimmerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Zimmcr- partment to the new Department of Revenue, but the change will involve little physical work. courts. of a pioneer Nortnampion tuuuu 1 ily who was a successful manufacturer of 'nuts and bolts in Detroit.

until his retirement from active busmess about five years ago. He was 57 years headquarters, from where he was removed to the hospital. All the time the wounded man was unconscious. Assistant County Detective Schweitzer and Constable Devlin, of Bethlehem, were asked to aid in the investigation by the Northampton authorities and yesterday morning, together with Officer Walter Hepner, began the probe of the shooting. The investigation resulted In the arrest of the four Walnutport men', who A feature of the" week's festivities deadly weapons ana nring nreanua, pleading not guilty to a felonious assault charse.

Shirk made his state Whue not as drastic as laws passea will be the appearance on Friday St The business session will be an one. The topic for discussion I tJ'v will be the revision of the con- in previous years, the new traffic reg night, of Paul Specht and his fifteen man, K.utziowu. tives and close friends witnessed the rpremonv. which was performed by the piece International orchestra. Specht I i 1 rtirl ment to Assistant County Detective Schweitzer, who questioned the youth thoroughly after bringing him to Beth ulations were arartea witn a view oi establishing greater safety on the open road and at the same time of speeding was graduated from the school in 1911 pastor, Rev.

Robert M. Kern. and has since become an outstanding lehem. Shirk denied the charges for a up traffic to a point of minimum haz figure among popular dance orchestra time but finally under the examination The bride was aressea in puuci ottpnried bv Helen Reichard, ard to motorists on the present-day of the detective admitted being con leaders. His orchestra played at the John Manos.

a candy maker, was found dead in his candy store. No. 415 Front stret, Catasauqua, at noon yesterday. Deputy Coroner H. L.

Baker, Catasauqua, was notified and gave heat stroke as the cause of death. Manos was 55 years of age and without any near relatives. Vrontise Costas, of the Palace theatre, Nazareth, claiming distant relationship, came to Catasauqua and took charge of the affairs of the deceased. The body was found by Miss Theresa Schifreen as she entered the store, finding it lying upon the floor. Dr.

H. J. S. Keim was quickly summoned cousin, who was attired in sun tan. cerned In the general melee that mark inauguration ball, March 4, at Wash improved highways with modern automobiles.

Efforts were made to further standardize traffic regulation so as to ington, D. C. He will be an honored guest at the Alumni banquet that night and will then direct his orchestra in a ed Unger's shooting, Schweitzer said. The gun used. Shirk says he threw into a quarry, Schweitzer stated.

The Walnutport men out on ball are afford the least amount of contusion Irwin Raucn, a ciose mtuu bridegroom, served as best man. ClifTord Troxell, organist of tne church, officiated at the console. He played the wedding which wa. in the various municipalities. Enforcement of the new regulations and 3 days of age.

Desoite his retirement Mr. Harper continued to keep in touch with the business world and also worked on several inventions, one of which, a new type of refrigerating device, had been perfected and plans furthered by Mr. Harper to return to the scene of his success. Detroit, for the manufacture of this machine. A wire from his attorneys on his fiity-seventh birthday, Monday, brought the news to Mr.

Harper that everything was ready for the start of manufacturing the device and he planned to leave today. Death, however, cut short all his plans. Mr Harper sintered a slight stroke several weeks ago, but apparently had fully recovered. His heart was weakened, however, and hen seized with tne attack on Thursday, died very quickly. member of the old Harper family will begin immediately.

Captain Wilson concert and at a dance. Specht will be the guest of Professor David E. Croll, instructor in violin at Perkiomen school, under whom he received his instruction on that instrument while at C. Price, superintendent oi tne btaie Charles Hinkle, Harvey Heiney, Leon Kester and George Roberts, all in their late twenties. Unger is in the HafT hospital, with a bullet wound through his right thigh Btili on.

iiie luiitm-uu nil. DrorVly at one o'clock, and will be in time for the members of the istfw York and Scranton clubs of Cedat Crest to attend their tea at the Americus hotel at 3 o'clock. There will be two other class reunions today. The class of 1927 will gather at the college at noon for luncheon and a meeting. In the evening at 6 o'clock, the class of 1922 will have a banquet at the Americus hotel.

HEALTH PROGRAM GIVEN AT 19TH STREET SCHOOL A well arranged health program was civen Friday night on the playground bv the Nineteenth street school grades one to five. The program started at 7 o'clock and it was witnessed by a large eatherlng of interested relatives and the nunlls. The drills, games Continued on Page Twenty) but found life extinct upon his arrival. are said by the police to have been occupants of a car on which the tint were slashed. Questioning of the suspect brought forth denials that anyone of them had done the shootinor.

the authorities say, but resulted in the statement that "a lame fellow shot him and later took some of the Walnutport party to their homes." Shirk was arrested at 10 o'clock last night and when he could not furnish bail was removed to Bethlehem by Constable Schweitzer. Unger's condition is not regarded as particularly serious. He has lost considerable blood, but unless complications set in he should recover quickly, hospital authorities said last night. Kester and Roberts furnished $1,000 bail early last night, posting their bonds before Alderman Spurgeon Sigley in Mr. Manos had returned from Allen the school.

and greatly weakened by loss of blood, MARY LIVINGSTONS town half an hour before his body was found. He has conducted the candy Thursday will be Class Day, with a program at 7:30. Commencement exercises start at 10 o'clock Saturday After being shot he staggered for three blocks before falling, to lie for nearly ENTERTAIN AT CARDS store for a number of years. two hours in a pool of blood. The body was removed to the morgue morning.

At noon there will be a luncheon and at 1 o'clock a reception to Members of Mary Livingston Chap preceded Dy a vocai o. by Mrs Paul Focht, another cousin of the bride. Mrs. Focht was accompanied by Mr. Troxell.

Mrs. Zimmerman Is a graduate of the Allentown High school, class of 1924 and had been employed during the past four years at the Liberty Trust C.eh" has been a lifelong member of St. Andrew's Reformed church, where she is active in church and Sunday school W0Mr. Zimmerman is employed by a printing concern in Kutztown, where they will reside after a honeymoon trip. At the conclusion of the nuptials on Friday there was a reception at the of Undertakers Stamets ana ijaenman, Slashing of tires on two cars that are said to have been parked at two notorious houses along Northampton's ter.

No. 167. Order of Eastern Star, en parents and friends at graduates will be held. Classes listed for reunions tertained a Catherine of members and that aided greatly in the development SISTERS MEET FOR FIRST friends at a card party on Friday nignt are: 1894. 1899.

1909, 1914, 1919, 1924 canal front, is said by the authorities to have been the cause of the shooting. Unger, it appears, was suspected in the chapter rooms at 942 Hamilton of the upper end or Nortnampwn cuun- xr-f t-Tq rnpr was a son of Henry W. TIME IN FIFTEEN YEARS and 1928. These get-togethers will be street. The affair w-as under the auspices of the elective officers and was held Friday and Saturday afternoon, All meetings will be on standard time by the owners of the cars and their friends, with having slashed the tires and Mary, nee Davidson.

Harper and was born at Harper's. His father was for years a slate operator and laid the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stolpe. of 934 Bethlehem.

Early this morning Heiney and Hinkle also made arrangements for and fold dances were taught during the vear by the teachers, under the supervision the department of physical orliiration. largely attended. Favors went to the following: Lulu earlv in the night. Walnut street, and daughter, Mrs. An CATASAUQUA GIRL bail and were released.

This act caused a bad feeling that Krauss, Mrs L. W. Bowman, Mrs. Ida home of tne Dnae. foundation for a sizaDie ionune.

friends say Mr. Harper accumulated rinvtno- business career. drew Thompson, of 634 Hanover avenue, have as their guests Mrs. Stolpe's sisters. Mrs.

Kate Harrison and Mr3. WEDS N0RTHAMPT0NITE Baseball Campaign Canvassers The program follows: Singing game. Pussy Cat; dance, "Chimes of Dunkirk," grade 1, Mrs. game, "Head, Shoulders, Knees and dance. Swiss 1-ay Mrs.

Mary Clauser. 220 Chapel street, Maria Coleman, or New yorK city, tne former being 82 years of age. Catasauqua, on Friday announced the marriaee of her daughter, Martha The Allcntonians motored to New Close friends of Mr. Harper said that he was so confident of the success of Ins brain-child, the refrigerating device, that he had already made preparations for the sinking of a large sum of money into manufacturing it and would Kerschner, Rcbert Lehr, Mrs. uertruae Baines, Mrs.

Mayme Keboch, Mrs. Lillian Diehl, Mrs. Reiter, Mrs. Minnich, Miriam Grim, Mrs. F.

Frederick, Lillian Bleam, J. L. Reiter and Evelyn Rit-ter. i MEMORIAL EXERCISES AT WALBERTS SUNDAY Clauser. to William B.

Kramncn, York on Thursday and returned with their guests and it was the first reunion of the three aged sisters in fifteen dance, grade 1, Miss Oamun. Singing game; Ding-dong rifince. Kinder Polka, grade Bell; Miss Northampton. The ceremony was per formed on Thursday. May 16, in Read Hope Success Will Crown Efforts Enthusiasm fcr Team Increases as Wins Are Being Turned in on Trip Looked Upon as Worthwhile Community Enterprise ing by Rev.

Warmkessel, pastor of years. Mrs. Coleman is accompanied by her daughter, Miss Bessie Coleman. Mrs. Harrison is the eldest of a family of eleven children, most of whom.

WHITEHALL HIGH CLASS TO HEAR BACCALAUREATE Service Sunday Night In School Auditorium The baccalaureate sermon for the fifty-five young people who will graduate from the Whitehall High school, on the coming Friday night, will be preached Sunday night in the nigh school auditorium by Rev. Royce T. Bundle, pastor of the Egypt Reformed charge and father of the first honor graduate of the academic course. The service will start at 7.45 o'clock. On Thursday night the annual class play will be given.

This year the class selected that amusing comedy. "Loose Anicips" bs the vehicle to be given. On Hope Lutheran church, and had been kept a secret from their friends until yesterday. Mr. Kramlich is an electrician ana Program Arranged by Rev.

John L. Guth of Jordan Reformed A splendid Memorial day program will be presented tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon beginning at 1.30 o'clock in Jordan Reformed church, Walberts, of emploved by the Pennsylvania Power and Lierht comoany. He is a scnof Mrs. Lucy Kramlich. His bride had been Renewing then efforts all this week, the members of the different teams have been canvassing the city thoroughly and hope when the results of their efforts is totaled on Mon which Rev.

John L. Guth is pastor. The exercises commence in the ceme have completed tnese arrangement the trip to Detroit. After following up the slate business for a time, Mr. Harper when still a young man went to Here he started in the nut and bolt business and enjoyed marked success, continuing in this line until about five years ago when he retired to live at Rockville, in the section where he spent his boyhood.

A son, Horace H. Harper, Danielsville; a daughter, Agnes Ruth Harper, of Slat-ins ton; Avc sisters, a brother and three grandchildren survive. The sisters and brother are: Louisa Harper, New York; Mrs. Henrietta Rcph, Danielsville; Mrs. Martha Knight, Harpers; Mrs.

Carrie Marquette. Easton; Mrs. Alice Davis, Bclmar, and Henry Harper, of Easton. Strictly private funeral services w-ill be held at his late home at Rockville on Sundav afternoon at 2 o'clock. In including Mrs.

stoipe, were Dorn England, the remainder in New York city, where two brothers, the Saqui Brothers, are prominent cigar manufacturers. They came of a prominent English family which included men prominent in British civic and military life. The visitors expect to remain here until Sunday, when they will return to New York by motor. AUXILIARY OF CEDAR CREST HEARS ANNUAL REPORT employed in the onice oi tne wanneia Silk company in Catasauqua. Following a trip to the Thousand Islands and other noints in northern New York, they will be at home at 217 Main street, Northampton.

tery at the memorial shaft, after which the congregation, patriotic organiza day, will reach beyond the mark of $18,500 set as the price of the fran Richards. Exercises to command; dance, oer-rian clap dance, grade 3, Miss Nus- bRExerclsPS to music, dance, Sellenger's Bound, girls; game, 'Snatch," boys, grades 4 and 5, Miss Walbert. FAMILY GROUP INJURED BY BACKING AUTOMOBILE Eabe Knocked From Mother's Arms ad Another Youngster Knocked Down vear-old baby was tossed from her mother's arms to the street, a sister of the infant knocked down and Mrs Minnie Rehrfg. SfO'i Hickory street mother of the children, suffered 1 badlv bruised leg when the machine of Warren K. Haupt.

143 North Seventh street, backed into the family crou'J nar the western entrance of the Lehigh river bridge, at 6.35 o'clock chise and players of the club. The feeling that the team is a com tions and veterans of ail wars ot tne community will move in a body to the new church auditorium, where the for- i mal program will be presented. Rev. Guth taking charge of the services. Friday night the commencement exercises will be held.

Dr. F. H. Galge of the Millcrsville State Teachers College, will bs the speaker. With but one exception girls won all honors in the academic and rimortvipntK accordinz to an an munity enterprise has become more With today practically the last day before the workers in the campaign to raise $18,500 to purchase the Allentown franchise in the Eastern league end their work and report on Monday at noon at a dinner meeting in the Americus Hotel that marks the close of the drive, it is expected that a determined drive will be made by the teams today.

Monday at noon has definitely been set as the time limit for the Interested Allentown residents to purchase the ball club and prevent its leaving the city, Ernest C. "Duke" Landgraf, the present owner, having extended the length of the campaign a week so that an effort might be made to sell enough stock to make up several thousand dollars the campaign fund was short of its goal at that time. NOTED ARTISTS WILL ASSIST ASBURY CHOIR general during the past week and an interest that was never manifested be fore in a ball club in this city has Rev. Simon Slppie. pastor oi ion Reformed church, this city, will deliver the Memorial day oration, and Rev.

Wayne T. Harner, pastor of Christ Re been apparent. With the "Dukes turn nouncement made bv wiiuam r. neu-man Tn t.hn academic department Carrtu Are Enjoyed Following Final ing in games that indicate they have started on a winning stride, this base Miss Mary G. Brendlc, Egypt, won first terment will be made in the Daniels honores.

Miss Helen storm, run-iw won second honors and Elmr Kaucj. Meeting of Season Members of the Cedar Crest Auxiliary held their final business meeting of the vear yesterday afternoon in Re ville Union cemetery. ball enthusiasm has become 'marked and has resulted in subscriptions for stock being received from fans who wish to do their part in retaining the Amy Ellerman, contralto, and Calvin Coxe. tenor, two noted artists, will assist the chsncel and junior choirs of Asburv M. E.

church in a secred concert there next Tuesday night. The affair is being looked forward to as one of the musical events of the late spring season. Press comments on the assisting artists have been most flattering. In nntieination of the event elaborate pre FuUprton. third.

Commercial formed churcn, tnis city, win urne charge of the devotional exercises. Music will be provided by the church choir assisted by the Cedarville brass band. After the services the Willing Workers' society cf the church will serve went to Miss Rhoda Miller. Hoken.u- DR. J.M.WERT, FORMERLY creation Hall of the new dormitory at nua.

and Miss Hattie weaver, wet Catasauqua. Eastern league club in this city. 0FTAMAQUA, LOCATES HERE the school and following the session entertained a large number of their friends at a delightful card party, of which Lillian H. Butz was chairman. Ann a Grim, president of the organization, was in charge of the busi V1LL OF TIANA PHILIPS Dr.

J. M. West, formerly of Tamaqua, luncheon in the social nail. All the war veterans and all patriotic organizations of the community are REPUBLICAN WOMEN TO CLOSE YEAR JUNE 5 parations have been made. Patron tickets may be procured from any mem who has taken up residence in this city, has onened offices in the Medical ADMITTED TO PROBATE Arts building.

941 Hamilton street, sec ber of the choir or the otocers wno are. Ralnh Ruch. nreident: Claude Hor most cordially invitea to auenu mis Memorial observance by Jordan Reformed congregation. ond floor. Dr.

West has taken over Mrs. Kenrig anu mc taken to the hospital. The children escaped injury entirely and were taken home. It was thought for a time that Mrs PvChrig would have to remain at the hosnital for treatment but later in the night she also was discharged. A trolley car coming west on the bridge blocked Haupt's way as he headed east on Hamilton street, and seeing that the trolley needed several feet for clearance.

Haupt backed up just as the Rehrlg 'group wa crossing the street behind his car. Motorcvcle Officer Wlnfleld Beisel was close" to the scene of the accident and summoned the ambulance that removed the Rehrigs to the hospital. lacher. vice president; Lottie Clarke, The will of Fiana Philips, late of this city, was admitted to probate on Fri the offices formerly occupied by the To close its club year the Lehigh County Council of Republican Women is sponsoring an indoor picnic to be held next Wednesday evening at 6.30 o'clock in the club headquarters at 815 Hamilton street, third floor. All mem secretary; Mrs.

Edgar Weaver, treasurer; C. Davis, concert chairman, organist and choirmaster and Emma L. day in the office of Register Neimeyer. CARBON POMONA GRANGE MEETS SATURDAY NEXT From an estate valued at $400, the tes Dilcher, publicity chairman. LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION tatrix leaves $100 to the person who kept her in her last illness, and $100 to bers are urged to attend and bring with Carbon County Pomona Grange will late Dr.

Fred B. Harding and will specialize in eye, ear, nose and throat ills. Others physicians in the building specializing along various lines are Dr. J. J.

Wenner, specialist in diagnostic laboratory work and in the treatment of venereal diseases; Dr. W. C. Troxell. x-rav diagnosis and x-ray treatment; Dr.

F. A. Fetherolf, surgeon; Dr. John J. Bernhard, obstetrics, and Dr Wil- them a box lunch.

ARE GRANTED AT EASTON meet in regular session with Friendship Grange in the West Bowman Commun LONDOX rrcTFIfTONS AT Tr DORNF.Y PARK DANCE PAVILION TONIGHT. 50c DANCING TONIGHT ORIENTAL ROOF GARDEN HOTEL TRAYLOR ANNOUNCEMENT Due to the large enrollment of stu- dents at the present time of the "old reliable." A'lentown Business College, at its beautiful new home, 920 Hamilton street, as well as numerous r-vations having been made for the sum-mcr by teachers, it will be necessary to continue full-day and evening sessions. Therefore, any graduates or undergraduates who contemplate taking thorough business course, will find It advantageous to communicate with ut by telephone or in writing as it may be impossible for our representatives throughout the summer to call on all such who may be interested. JN. S.

BIERY. Preside Letters of administration have been ity Hall, on Saturday, June 8. Sessions will ba held in the afternoon and eve AND EGG Sl'PPER granted to Oliver G. Hackman in the estate of Cora B. Hackman, late of ness session which was featured by the annual report of the recording secretary, Leontine Zimmerman.

The group reconvenes in September for another season of varied and interesting activities in behalf of the college. The card party yesterday was the first of a series given during the past by the auxiliary. Bridge and "500" were plaved, favo- going to the following: Mrs. E. B.

Kocher, Mrs. Ella J. Minnich. Mrs. Charles Heckrr.an, Mrs.

C. E. Searle. Ada Kemmerer. Esther Hartman.

Mrs. Warren Hadsall, Mrs. L. B. Hudders.

Mrs. George Krd-man, Mrs. Frank Hartman. Mrs. Guil-den.

Mrs. W. B. Macintosh, Mrs. Josephine Siegfried.

Margaret Bittner, Gertrude Nagle, Gladys Schuder, Mrs. R. A. Guth, Kathryn Strauss and Mrs. Kratzer.

KUTZTOWN PARK DANCE The Vikings. 10 men, Dave Baker Directing, Tonite There will be a short business session at 7.30 o'clock following which a novelty musicale will be enjoyed. DANCING AT DORNEY PARK TONIGHT WITH THE LONDON CRITERION'S. 50c AT LEGION IIU.ML lUMUili ning. the former at 2 o'clock, standard time.

S. E. Prutzman. county su 7 Rpthlehem township. each cf the following sons: James E.

Philips, Thomas Philips, Henry Philips and Howard Philips. The balance of the estate is to be divided between the following children: James E. Philips, Osville Philips, Alvin Long, William Philips, Thomas Philips. Minnie Rickert and Carrie Stine. Two sons, James and Thomas, are named executors.

The will was dated December 17, 1928. with Preston M. Bastian and Meda S. Bastian as witnesses. 'The Ladies Auxiliary of Herbert Paul 1 Post, 29, American Legion, invite perintendent of schools will be the speaker.

The evening meeting will be at 7.30 d. when the fifth degree In the estate of Clarence F. Hess, late of Allen township, letters of administration have been granted to Mae E. Hess. i'Vsuoper to be given this evening from will be conferred on a class.

Lunch will be served at the hall by the La DODDY'S ORCHESTRA Central Park Tonight ham P. Schout, dentist. Get Notary Commissions Notary public commissions were received on Friday in the office of Recorder of Deeds Fegley for Veronica M. Coyle and Dorthy E. Clewell, both of this city.

DODDY'S ORCHESTRA Central Park Tonieht dies Auxiliary of the Community Cen ter. FOR THE GRADUATE Select a Cedar Chest from our stock and give It to the graduate. She will appreciate such a gift. DL'NGAN AND FRY 618 Hamilton Street Economical Home Furnishers 5 to 8 o'clock in the legion home. 457 Hamilton street.

Ice cream and pastry ill also be on sale. DANCING TONIGHT i ORIENTAL ROOF GARDEN HOTLL TRAVLOR DANCING TONIGHT COMMUNITY PARK Kughle O'Donnell's Orchestra LONDON CRITERION'S AT DORNEY PARK TONIGHT F. HERSH HARDWARE STORE CLOSES SATURDAYS AT 6 P. M. JL.

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