Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on November 10, 1933 · Page 6
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HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH 6 TO BE GUEST FRIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 10, 1933 J RABBI' ELIEZEE SILVER Rabbi Eliezer Silver, Cincinnati, Ohio, who is to attend the convention of Union Orthodox Rabbis, Monday to Wednesday at Lakewood, N. J., is spending the weekend here with his son, Rabbi David L. Silver; 1107 North Second street. Rabbi Silver is president of the rabbis. Mrs. Silver will accompany him. Rabbi Silver will be honored at an informal reception at Kesher Israel Synagogue, tonight at 8 o'clock to be given by officers and directors of the synagogue, and tomorrow morning will speak at the service beginning at 8.30 o'clock. Tomorrow night at 8 o'clock a "Mlavah Malkoh" will be given in his honor at the synagogue. NEW YORK INSISTS DRINKS MUST BE TAKEN SITTING DOWN Bv Associated Press Albany. N. Y., Nov. :0. The Em pire State experimenting in an at tempt to set a post - repeal model for the Nation has determined to outlaw the saloon with its swing ing doors, bar and backroom. Liquor may be served only in hO' tels, restaurants, clubs, railroad cars and vessels, the alcohol control board announced last night. Drink ers must sit at table when served. Stores will sell liquor for con sumption off the premises. Individ' ual purchases are confined to three quarts of liquor or three gallons of wine. Case lots, however, may be bought from wholesalers. The State tax will be 25 cents a quart on hard stuff, 10 cents a quart on sparkling wines and 10 cents a gallon on still wines. Will InstaiTiders Carlisle, Nov. 10. The newly - elected elders, Jesse Kurtz nnd Walter Kelso, will be' ordained and installed at the Dickinson Presbyterian Church, Sunday mcrning, at 11 o'clock. Comm union services will follow the installation. PoikTchuTiu Carlisle, Nov. 10. Chief of Police James L. Grove has - .een confined to his home. South Pitt street, for the past three days by a severe cold. He was reported improved. Tt ABBI SAMUEL FEIN, Detroit, t Mich., is the guest of his broth er - in - law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levin, 2405 North Second street, for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Oberholtzer, Lykens, spent yesterday here. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Gregg and Miss Maisie Gregg, Shamokin, spent a few days here with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Davis, 2617 North Sixth street, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Baker, Mar tinsburg, w. va., were here on Wednesday, for the day, with Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Farnsler, 1714 North Fifth street. . .Edgar L. Hamilton, Lemasters, was here last night. Mrs. "Winifred L. Schaffstall and Miss Jacqueline Scliaffstall, Pater - son, N. J., left for their home this afternoon after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bartram L. Bailey, SteeltoiT Mrs. Nathan Barker, Staunton, Va., visited here recently with friends. John L. Smolizer, Lebanon, was here yesterday. Miss Nora L. Baynes, Steel'ton, is! spending this week in Altoona Miss Marguerite L. Stouffer, Bainbridge, was here yesterday, Miss Nelle Austin, 4619 Forrest street, is in Shamokin today. Miss Lenore L. Black, Lancaster, was the recent guest of Miss Mildred Bolton, 141 North Fourteenth street. Miss Claire L. Hamilton, Roanoke, Va., was here recently as the guest of Mrs. Clark L. Bender, 517 North Fourteenth street. Lynn J. Stonesifer, Fayettevllle, motored here yesterday. Mrs. Norman L. Martin, Lucknow, is spending this week In Wilming' ton, Del. Mrs. Henry J. Machlin. Rochester, N. Y., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Benjamin J. Fisher, 1725 Susquehanna street, recently. Mrs. Mahlon L. Potter and Miss Beatrice Potter, Lemoyne, are In Newark, N. J., for a few days. Henry J. Adams, 1315 Naudain street, is in Gettysburg today and will spend the week - end with friends in Philadelphia. Miss Emily Forney and Miss Amelia Forney, New Bloomfield, visited, here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton L. Green - await, Lewistown, came here yester day and attended the Rachmaninoff concert in the Forum of the State Educational Building. Mrs. Horace L. Manley and Miss Clarissa Manley, Duncannon, are in Allentown today. Miss Jessie Fisher, 513 Harris street, is in Reading for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Owens, Miss Belle Owens and Miss Claire Owens, Nanticoke, visited here recently. ' Mrs. Oliver Welsh, Lemoyne, is in New York for the week - end. Gordon L. Greenawalt, Williams - port, spent yesterday here - with friends. TO GIVE RECITAL ALFRED C. KUSCHWA Sunday afternoon, November 12 the Harrisburg .Chapter of the Na tional Association of Organists will present several of its members in an organ recital in the Chapel of the Masonic Homes in Elizabethtown. The recital will follow the regular Sunday afternoon Church Service and will begin at 3.20 o clock. The organists who will appear on this recital are: Miss Erma Geyer, organist of the Masonic Homes; Mrs. Henry H. Rhodes, Middletown, and Alfred C. Kuschwa, organist of St. Stephen's Cathedral. Members of the Chapter will leave Market Square Presbyterian Church at 2.30 o'clock and make the trip to Elizabethtown in a car avan of automobiles. Monday evening, November 20, the local Chapter will sponsor a choral service in Derry Street United Brethren Church. Myers, Edward Deimer and Cathar ine Miller. Mrs. Cary Miller, organist, gave a short recital. Others who took part in the musical program were Jack Miller, Janet Booda, Darline Neu - hauser, Ruth Freas. Miss Dorothy Peterman, 636 State street, Lemoyne, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stewart and their daughter, Miss Dorothy Stewart, 49 North Tenth street, Lemoyne, to Wilmington, Del., where they will spend the week - end. $5721 ALLOTTED TO ' POST OFFICE FOR CHRISTMAS HELPERS A Tom Thumb Wedding was giv en last night at First Baptist Church. Characters were: Lynn Curry, Betty Gavett, Clif ford Walton, Doris Young, Donald Roof, Jane Reynolds, Kenneth Knight, Phillip Amos, Virginia Fit ting, Shirley Boore, Mary Curry, Marion Young, Eleanor Miller, Wi nona Curry, Vivian Benner, Marion Fickes, James Drake, Jack Corbin, Calvin Benner, Jack Walton, Mark Boyles, Luther Amos, Bobby Rein - hart and Ruth Reynolds, Ward Wright and Patsy Hendrickson, Richard Benner and Rowena Curry. Wallace Gavett and Barby Wicker - sham, Margaret Drake and Fritz has The Harrisburg Post Office received its Christmas present. ' The .Federal Government has allocated $5721 to the local Post Office for hiring extra help for the Christmas rush. Needy men now on civil service lists will receive first choice in the employment for the pre - holiday season. They will be paid 55 cents an hour for a day of not more than ten hours. Last year 250 persons were employed, many for a week or less. COCKTAIL FROCK IS LATEST FAD OF FASHION CLARK'S 300 Market Street 306 Verbeke Street ill! V s 1 r Jul A cocktail frock of black mossy crepe, with bodice of green and gold dotted lame. 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The official count of the votes cast at Tuesday's general election was started yesterday at noon in the main courtroom of the courthouse here. Judge Fred S. Reese directed the count which is expected to take at least four days to complete. Aiding in the count are Ray Leib, of the Farmers Trust Company, and T. Collins Keller, bookkeeper of the Carlisle Deposit and Trust Com pany and Prothonotary Fred . Q. Seidel. Votes cast for county offices, for repeal and rtie twelve pro posed constitution amendments will be counted'first and then the local contests. 3 Plan Freshmen Party Boiling Springs, Nov. 10 Initiations will take olsce at the annual Freshman party which will, be staged this evening nv the first year .students of Boiling Springs High School. A program of entertainment has been planned "nd tne members will attend in "kiddie" costumes. ANNIVERSARY Mrs. William Davidson, 405A Market street, celebrated her 28th birthday terday. MRS. WILLIAM DAVIDSON Bread Prices Cat You don't have to pay as much for bread today as you did yesterday. The Pennsylvania Bakers' Asso ciation today reduced the price of bread from 8 to 7 cents a loaf on the smaller size, and from 11 to 10 cents a loaf on the larger size. The price reductions affect 2500 stores in the Greater Harrisburg area. 400 ARE EXPECTED AT DINNER DANCE Four hundred Italians are ex pected to attend the informal dinner dance in the Penn - Harris Hotel tonight in honor of Armistice Day and the March on Rome, which is being held under the auspices of the Circolo Del Littori Societv. Speakers will he: Dr. William LandiS. Drofessnr nf mathflmatirji at. Dickinson College nnrt an hnnnrarv major in the Italian army; Professor Michele Fiorillo, .Philadelphia, a iieuienani wno was wounded in joe World War and decorated with the Cross of Honor of the Italian army, ana Adrian Bonnelly, Philadelphia, of the Foresters of America for the State of Pennsylvania. 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