East Berlin News (Newspaper) - August 16, 1929, East Berlin, Pennsylvania THE NEWS COVERS EAST BERLIN AND VICINITY LIKE THE DEW BERLIN IF IT'S NOT IN THE NEWS IT DIDN'T HAPPEN AROUND HERE VOL. 12 EAST AUGUST PER YEAK LOCAL NEWS PERSONAL Kathrine of this has enrolled as a student at the Prowell Commercial school in At the picnic at the Farmers grove on Saturday night a week of East by placed her coat in the wrong bile and would appreciate its The Sunday School orchestra will hold a picnic at the Farmers grove on The ferson and LaBott bands will furnish the Glenn Cashman had his tonsils re- moved on Tuesday by Dr. of York Five others had the same operation performed by the Doctor on Tuesday The clarinet played by Eugene rone and owned by the Red Men's band of East recently taken from the cafe of Hamme and was stealthily returned to the outer premises by the thief whose con- science or fear of no prompted his so Boyd who had his foot lv severed in a grass mower several weeks has been brought to his home near East Berlin and will no Get your of the cheap fruit i William C. of N. at Rider's auction this j was a recent visitor with relatives in town and Miss Frances Slothouer and Fred this accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Paul of Reading to the cow testing association picnic at Arendtsville last Mr. and Mrs. East spent Thursday of last week with their son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. John E. near Mrs. Louis March and daughter Mi- of were visitors on Monday evening of Mr. and E. H. Mr. and Mrs. George Pitt and ter accompanied by Amos of were visitors of Mrs. Annie Bosserman and Miss lie last hart is a former East John of and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. T. Bower and Table were visitors on Sunday of Clinton Cashman and Mr. Beats is spending the week with Mr. Cashman and Mr. and Mrs. David Kime and ily and Mr. and Mrs. Harper Philips and family on Sunday motored to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Leib left this morning for a visit of a few days with York Miss Mary of New is visiting her Guy and The Rev. J. B. Lau and wife are en- joying their summer home on burg this at The Misses Catherine Boyer and Bertha Hull have returned from a week's sojourn at the college camp for John and John of East and Miss ence of New visited Watkins over the HEAL ESTATE SALES D. W. Sunday has sold his containing 112 acres and situated in Reading about north of East to the present Elmer who in the purchase also gets growing etc. Harry J. March has sold the 20-acre known as the Cassatt farm and located at the at Stone midway between and to Clarence Harvey on Tuesday ed at public sale the 25-acre farm of Annie J. Julius foh This farm was one of those located in the path of the recent cyclone and the barn was in a manner completely George P. of near East on Saturday purchased at public sale from the Executors of the late Abraham F. three tracts of land scheduled in Hamilton at what is known as Brown's for Tract Nos. 1 and 2 are improved with buildings and the three tracts total an acreage of 214 acres and 8 and have a THOMASVILLE OK age of miles on the doubt be well represented at the cobs on August 24 at located between Greencastle and Chambersburg as we have quite a number belonging to the family residing The Virginians and West ians of this section will hold a ion on August 31, at For- est near and all sons from those or of Southern are urged to H. M. New is one if its Persons attending are asked to a red ribbon so that they can be readily as there is another gathering on the same day two in the Newspapers wishing to j of near Ab- assist in making the reunion a j were Sunday visitors cess are requested to clip this V H controller of York make an at the reunion in Farmers Grove Sunday August 2a. Announcement been made of the marriage Charles E. formerly of East and a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. have seven children all of whose on August 10th. to Miss Myrna Emma begin with the letter L. Dorfield at the home of the bride at j Mrs. Nevin who spent Pa. The couple after a trip will take up their home The mill and dam were not eluded in the P. C. Smith has sold what is known as the Zack Markel situated in Reading township and containing 10 to J. M. of who with his housekeeper has already taken The new owners are making a general cleaning up of the premises and a marked change is already to be seen in its A ton of hay is now in the having been placed there by the new occupants by hand and fork A plot of ground fronting along the part of the land of the Joseph Gebhart in Hamilton near East was sold by Edward to Paul of at the home of Rev. and Mrs. York and other friends in this About thirty five years ago Mr. Lenhart Mr. and Mrs. Brown to He later embarked ill farming and stock raising and has been very successful in that The at Washington Oak We were glad to see our old X M out again last W neWay sitting on his front ter being confined for some time in- doors through We notice he eral weeks with her Mrs. Charles at has returned to her home James H. Duttera and at- tended the Duttera reunion at Christ near of last Mrs. Louise Mrs. Stark nnd of Mrs. John is now sporting a fine gotee which j ami daughter and Mrs. Harry gives him an appearance somewhat similar to a French The farm of Leonard containing 90 acres and in which was of- at public sale last was withdrawn at an offer of an Aliss Jennie E. 12-year-dld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. G. of Washington on a re- cent birthday waj with a piano by her the Rev. H. eiges of New The Royal Sunday School will hold a festival Saturday evening in Helm's The Dover band will furnish the Mildred 13-year-old ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel of Hamilton was admitted to Annie Warner burg on suffering from an acute attack of an op- being performed the same the result of which we were un- able to P. C. ot thia been approached by persons interested in the purchase of that part of the Miller now owned by him and lying near that borders on the having in. view cutting into lots for the of summer Members of the choir of Trinity Re- formed Jackson gave a surprise party Monday night for their the Rev. Edward V. Strausbaugh and his wife and at the Spring The Rev. Mr. Strausbaugh celebrated his birthday The choir bers presented the Rev. and Mrs. Strausbaugh with a beautiful floor lamp and several bouquets of They also brought a big day cake and other Samuel Batterman moved from the Moul farm in Reading township to the Himes near George P. prothonotary of York gave an ice cream party on farnr in Washington on Thursday party was for all those that helped with the haying and so this Congressman Franklin isi sending out letters to his York and Adams county informing them that he will be glad to send them any ten bulletins published by tho United States Department of if the constituents will select the bulletins from a large list which the Congressman sends Questions concerning reports of the cale of the Transit company to the Pennsylvania General Transit subsidiary of the vania wore met with the don't know anything about by J. N. East president of the Adams Mr. Danner confirmed the rumor that the General com- pany hud made a bid for purchase of the local bns company but been anything done 1 spent day with Mr. and Michael PERSONAL Miss Alice is some time at the home of her Mrs. Laura Hykes and George this Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lawley and of spent the week-end at the home of C. S. and Mr. and Curtis near t I The Welfare and Visitors at the home of Char es W. ths Qf Wehler and last Sunday and Mrs. uel Wildasin and children Mi- nerva and John also ma Mr. and Mrs. John Amanda Mr. and Mrs. the of the Southern District of Pennsylvania convened at the New Fairview about two of and Thursday of this delegations from Sunday Schools Herbert Eisenhart and children many were and Grace and i Beulah Claude and Bernice Big fine program of and had been arranged for the Ule pastor of the 1. M. Howard Daniel j Frezier George and Earl Wehler and Sherman Paradise j Howard Jacob Miller The International truck j and Paul all of the by Levi York man and was damaged be- yond repair when it collided with a Western Maryland railroad engine at this The which was driven by Lester was traveling west on the Lincoln when the accident occurred Slagle saw that he could not stop the heavy truck before it would collide with the which was a he and the truck con- on and crashed with the en- The truck was reduced to junk but the driver escaped injury by his The farm of Mrs. Jennie in Paradise containing 84 acres was sold Thursday at public sale to whose farm ad- for The farm contains and according to farmers in that vicinity the price was COUNTY LEAGUE j CHURCH SERVICES SATURDAY'S SCORES Midway 1 New Oxford 9. Biglerville 0 York E. iBerlin 0 STANDING OF THE W. L. M id way i Littlestown 2 New Oxford York Springs Kast Berlin 5 Biglerville G At the same time she disposed of her personal prices were The highest priced cow brought and a pair of John son of and Miss Irene ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jackson were united in riage on Friday afternoon by the Rev. A. A. pastor of St. Mark's Lu theran of The mony was performed at the The couple will live at the home of the bride's Mrs. Mummert been teaching school in Jackson township for a number of She studied at Archie Jackson arrested by Detective Jesse Crabbs on a warrant issued by Justice Linn church The ministerial ing on Tuesday evening at o'clock and continued on with three The sic was in charge of the Rev. S. B. of The Sunday School meeting consisted of two on the L. Elmer of was director of the On Tuesday tie Rev. Jesse Whitacre cf preached the The subject was 'The Master of All Those taking part in the program from East and vicinity and their subjects K. D. Bermudian meeting J. Monroe East S. M. Constitutes a C. L. East The W. G. Group East S. S. East Parental Responsibility Cease With Our Own iel Bowser and Rev. Ralph B. Primary G. ard Mrs. Jane Ulrich spent Sunday at the home of her Lee Tlie Misses Anna and Ruth Margaret Eisenhart ami accompanied the excursion to Luray Miss Helen Myers spent the end at Miss was of Mae her musis Mrs. Mary Wilson arc on a week's auto trip to Michael spent Mary and Helen former idents of this were visitors in town Mr. and Mrs. Tschop and have returned to their home spending several months on a motor trip through the Western states and Miss Elsie of New who spent the past week at the Reformed parsonage as a guest and Mrs. has returned to her Her ic re- maining at the Mr. and Mrs. Verne this spent Sunday at Hershey park and Indian Echo near Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs on day visited new Doctor and Hanover The Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Sternal and and son are visiting friends and former parishioners town this Monday they visited Mrs. Laura Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Accompanied by Mrs. of they spent the day at Prof. Gentzler who has been employed during his vacation in driving the bus of the Adams sit Company which has been running to and fro from the Cross Keys to New will knock off from the job today at after very creditably serving that He and George of accompanied by two lady friends of will take a three-day motor trip to Washington and Luray Caverns over the Shortly after be will assume his duties as principal of the Consolidated Mrs. A. Ruth and are spending a week with Spring On Wednesday ing they attended a corn bake given by the church Mrs. Charles Sweeney and ter Miss of New accompanied by Clara and of are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Noah Sprenkle and other in East Mrs. S. and her late husband and family lived for quite a number of years her husband being ah employe of the East Berlin Milling Co. a nurse in ing thei spending her vacation of two weeks at the home of her L. A. Hamilton Mrs. Emma spending some time with her Mrs. Robert In Mrs. Alva Messenheimer and son who spent the past week with her Mr. and Mrs. J. D. this returned to her home at Misses Erma and Benlah Kathleen and John have returned to their here after completing a course at State 1' the with Mr. and Ezra lh is Miss who had been attending the summer session of six at State returned to her here on Mr. and Mrs. visited the Mr. and Mrs. N. M. John Mr. and Mrs. Oram Alt land and this visited at the home of their the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Washington i in which he ed on oath of David Weaver with a offense against his Veronica who is under 10 years of Myers entered bail fore Justice of the Pence Walter S. for a hearing before Justice of tho Peace E. 50 vears arrested in York by Sharp for disorderly was sentenced to pay a fine of or five days in He was com- mitted to Stambaugh was ed disorderly conduct because ho a quart and a pint of milk trom a Andrew J. of Jackson candidate for district attorney of York filed petitions Monday to have his name appear on the primary ballots to he used on the seventeenth of next One circulated in his hame bears the names of 103 Democratic men and women voters ol that Delegates and alternates to sent Camp 433, at the con- vention of the P. O. S. of A. at 1IOTER On evening the par of the Dover United George and Miss Janet M. Neiman were united in by Rev. W. I. the rf the with hie wife and witnesses The bridegroom is a son of Mr. ant Mrs. Edward thai place and the is the rf Mr and Mrs. Harry Dover R. 2 The bride attired in a t. georgette with hat and shoes Bride and arc em yi Factory at Tor the present the new wedded will reticle at the home if the Hiram Paul Carl and Ros Monday enrolled i in Thompson's Thes mon nates of class of the Dovei I high Mr. and Allen Hake announce the birth a Grace Mrs. Clarence of R. has to her bed by typhoid Dover has executed a drod uf voluntary for the of crt i it reunion of the ilies IK Id yesterday in Clarence J. Lauer's near Officers were elected and a permanent An address was made by Rev. Jacob near NEXT SATURDAY'S SCHEDULE at York Springs New Oxford at East Berlin Biglerville at Midway by Saturday afternoon on the latter to 1, stepped into sole possession of first place in the 4dams County while New winning by a forfeit from advanced to a tie for second York Springs also gained a victory by for- feit over the latter club ailing to produce a full team on the Biglerville failed to appear the scheduled game at New ord. is still a chance for a Cornered tie in the since has one postponed game to play against Midway in addition to the two regularly scheduled tilts re- maining for each team before the end of the After winning at Littlestown 18th Church of the Brethren Services Sunday morning In the Hampton and Latimore meeting Preaching Sunday morning at usual hour by the Rev. V. Lutheran Services by the the Rev. Paul at Abbottstown on Sunday morning and at East Berlin in the Reformed Hampton at 10 a. Harvest New Chester at p. Harvest Sunday School Return From the The New Chester Reformed Sunday School had an enjoyable outing last week at Forest and the Red Run Sunday School had a very successful picnic which was well at- tended last Saturday Harvest Home services were held at Mt. Olivet Reformed church last Sunday Rev. Houtz made a number of toral calls last York Springs Lutheran Charge Lower S. 9 a. Preaching 10 a. York Preaching p. Chestnut S. 9 a. m. IMPROVEMENT The Sunday School room of the winner of County the race Southern York to a series of Midway issued a challenge to ity Lutheran East is being thoroughly ed and beautified and is taking on a pleasing Daniel Lease and assistants have frescoed the room in a very creditable manner and in the back of the appears an 8x12 foot representing Easter work live Heavy hitting coupled with three errors gave the Midway team victory over the with J. Conker leading at bat bv con- triple and a Cromer heli Littlestown to five HV of the master hand of Marion the well-known York that catches and holds the Christian K. of The old benches will be SIX IJT JAIL who he ig 76 years of pleaded guilty to a charge of illegal possession of He was sentenced to six months in the York a fine of and costs on the charge to which he pleaded guilty and 30 days additional for con- tempt of court in that he violated his Fortney conducted a ment stand along the highway close to the Warrington Friends meeting near When his place was raided 15 cases of home brew and a quantity of moonshine liquor were Fortney told the court he had never any but bad tbe stuff to rub on his He made home he at the behest of certain but declared that he had never sold but had the stuff Tbe liquor was found by the raiders in a chicken Fortney told the court that he had put the moonshine there was no and later said ho had hid it there because was a holy roller meeting WEDDING RECEPTION A wedding reception nnd dinner was held at the of Mr. and Mrs. Feiser in of their son and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice wiio were married Saturday at by the Rev. O. P. The bride jj Miss Rhea Jacobs daughter of Mrs. Harry before her The following were Mr. ami R. S. Mr. Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Lesler Mrs. the Romaine William Anna Phylis Robert Robert Mrs. Mr. and Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mr. and Mrs. lAtimer this BIRTHS Aug. 8, born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kant a 13, born to Mr. and lea a Melvin was confined to hid home by for the pMt few IJ V Ul lira I Grove were John JuDus and Geow M. 5 T. No. 443. H. E. W. H. ind E C. J. M. Thompson and J. H. Camp No. C. Wilmer H. W. Harbold and A. E. L. W. J. W. Seifert and O. E. Camp No. 433, with second argest uniformed drum was awarded at the P. O. S- of A. con- at Spring Grove on Work has been started on the con- struction of an improved stretch ol road leading from the general store if George near Farmers to the The new road will be constructed of oil bound will measure about one and William and Paul of Red wei e presented during the R. O. Nell's near was the scene of a wiener roast held by n group of I nurses and their Those present Misses Blanche Mary Ardella Pauline Helen and Margaret and Carl Lewis Harold mond Slot The annual reunion of the Altland family Saturday at ers near Abbottstown nnd was attended by approximately 700 in- for the day was of Mil ford quarter miles in It is bo- j by the c constructed on the township re- i tra under the direction ward The work is in charge of William the supervisor of the My Name Written was sung by the A duet was I rendered by Dorothy Altland and WILL QUIT It MA RINK SERVICE j Ruth of accompanied Edward of this Mary of Dover R. has received a letter from her A was rendered by the Herbert a son ol orchestra and was by he late Peter dated July net solo by A dia- 14 nnd postmarked entitled n which he states his intention of given bv Mary Altland and the submarine service of cretia Spanglor of Eau Berlin R. D. S. He is at A trio selection was by present serving on Sub- Fairy and Esther of marino and when bin present of East erm expires in comming after a leave of part of which will be spent with his brother Clayton In will re-enlist but not in Ihe line of duty as he is as the life of a is not one coveted by Uncle Sam's of the He expects to noon transferred to the Churmont and will re- turn to San Francisco by way of York for a number of years a resident of Reading his first wife being a sister of our and E. C. was almost instantly killed day of last week when his truck hit by a passenger train of the P. death resulting a few minutes was growing produce on farm in He evidently was ing from that farm the Corn on the and other produce were about thf right of way of the lie driving southwardly on and did nrt hear the The train was at a low rate of and the engineer applied every means at his command to hitting but to no the truck along for a ant e of about the death ot the ner L. U. was summoned and the He death exonerated the n ad fenn He ihe death Surviving are five and William ind two five Mrs. Ellen and Mrs. Minnie East Tho funeral held on services at the late Manchester at 1 p. from where the cortege proceeded to meeting near where concluding services were Interment was made in the cemetery adjoining the but whether more comfortable ones or chairs be is not yet The children's a rear ment to the will be torn away and a much needed larger one the size of. the present room being 20x30 feet while the dimensions the one to be built will be about A the of which has long been will be placed under the new addition and a rear stairway to the auditorium of the for the use of tbe minister and others to whom such an entrance is will thus be A motor as a connection to the pipe is also one of the eral improvements in Whether a better and more modern heating plant will be installed is something not as yet decided The completion of the program of improvements will necessarily extend into 1930. nf ONE and near the spent Even though the weather was very threatening with little rain and the attendance smaller than the Run picnic was a social and The proceeds were oVer A. Trimmer and family who for many conducted a watch and clock repair shop and broom factory moved to York on Thv real estate of Mr. Trimmer was of- at public sale on Saturday but was Gladys and Betty have re- turned home after spending a we k in The following spent Sunday on an to Hershey Mr. and Mrs Mearl Ruthanna Elizabeth Lucy Paul Bubb and The Loyal Sons and Sunshine ers classes of Red Run Sunday School held monthly class meeting at thp home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar near An interesting with Elmer at W. D. and family visited his parents in York on George Wagner picked 24 bushela of beans from acre of Mrs. F. Wise has two geraniums in one with 32 blooms and the other with 47 Supervisor J. C. Roland and a of men have done some good work on the old Ruth of is spending some time with her Gretna near Harman and of spent Tuesday with Henry Harman and A number of folks on Route the funeral of at meeting house on He formerly lived on the a piano The election of officers was held and resulted as Oscar vice Curvin East Reuben John IT iver R. and assistant Jacob the a tion entitled Best Time of the was given by Morgan of Shanghai and East Berlin R. D. Mr. Trimmer first enlistment was about the time of the close of World War and next term of duty will for four During service he has many distant and foreign countries and not only above water but in the of ocean In of rine Into the domain of the Prizes were presented to the Frank of 82 years and six months ol the oldest member liam Junior grandson of Altland i 38 24 days the youngest child on the received In A nl ft of f2 Riven to Ar- thur of R. M WHS after which refreshments were The next meeting will be held at the home of The following were Mr. and Mrs. Grove ind son Mr. and Mrs. P. Hodgson arid son J. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sinner and children Helen and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Mr. and Firmin and daughter Mrs. Harriet Brown and children Helen and Mi- nerva Fairy Ethel Ruthanna Lizzie Elizabeth Edna Diehl I ucy Roy Paul Howard William Altland and Harry J. had a morona from is able to abowt ADMIRE Melvin Keller purchased of at Lancaster on Aug. 7th, and filled a silo on Gross are erecting three milk houses and cow stables for M. H. Mr. and Mrs. Roy of visited her Mr. and Mrs. Will The Brillhart reunion will be held Aug. 17th in the I. O. O. F. hall at Md. Bert Altland ir. painting the ings on the Martin Ed. Livingston took a truck load of chickens to Baltimore Mr. and Charles ed her Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Shellenberger has rented the M. H. Maul near Big ter a un- of turn of Mr. Mrs. known but few have gone the youngest in a and wherr there must be rare I fatuity of Maurice son of of East and Miss Ren daughter of the late Harry also of f re married Saturday by the Rev. O. P. at his residence In Mr. and Mrs. Feiser will re- reside in Kast The bridegroom is employed as a The before her was employed by the state department of agriculture at E. and Miss Mabel daughter of Mr. and George of were married on Saturday evening In the Wext Re- formed by Rev. B. M. 9M4o. H. R. Mtf force are painting the new ton tougher it The at 1.