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East Berlin News (Newspaper) - May 2, 1930, East Berlin, Pennsylvania IP IT'S NOT IN THE NEWS IT DIDN'T HAPPEN AROUND HERE BERLIN -J r AND BIGLERVILLE NEWS THE NEWS COVERS EAST BERLIN AND VICINITY LIKE THE DEW VOL. 15. LOCAL EVENTS The consistory of Reformed congregation met day night at the home of George Paradise Charles Filler has been seriously HI at his residence in Franklin F. Reichard and wife transferred to Hanover Country property in Paradise Jonas R. D. 2. held a family gathering at his home last A dinner was Those present Mr. Mrs. John Jonas and Clair and and George R. D. 1; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Baker and Nevin and and Mary and Mrs. Cora Stouffer and Mrs. Anna M. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Altland and Carl and and East R. D. 2; Mr. and Mrs. Russell ttr and Nancy Dr. N. C. takes much interest in eclipses and many other scientific besides ing care of the health of the zens of Dover and and he had been reading with great inter- est about the approaching partial eclipse of the sun this In some way he got things mixed and was looking for the eclipse on day and he was sadly disappointed when he could see no of an Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. April 30, a Dr. and Mrs. L. H. are the paternal P. Wesley Reichart transferred to Raymond F. Reichart and a tract of land in Paradise Robert son of David Reading was taken to the Warner on Tuesday through the orders of Dr. Eugene where he underwent an operation for an infection of the right Mrs. Jacob Is at present in the Danville At first it was thought she was ing with goitre but later it was dis- covered that her heart was ed. EAST MAY 2, 1930. PER YEAR Birthday Party I Joseph B. Gochenauer Athletic Meet At Dies Suddenly Friday DOVER DEATHS Attraction Miss Claire Julius was re-elected FRANKLIN LEESE Largest Percentage CHURCH East Berlin Gains A birthday surprise party was Joseph B. Gochenauer died The following pupils of the Abi teacher of the primary Mrs. Franklin died Saturday at New Oxford lts held recently at the home of Mr. from a heart attack at schools will taice part in Elizabeth K. Downs was not a residence of his son and lation 189 persons in the past dec- May 4tfe and Mrs. Edward Bowman in honor p. in. Friday at the home of the following events on Saturday at for re-election was not Mr. and Mrs. Allen from 949; East Berlin 180 of Mr. Bowman on his 53rd i son-in-law and Mr. and Grammar grade Ban Moul elected to the clay The evening was Mrs. William A. 100-yard Hugh grammar Mr. Moul is at been living for the past five with whom he had from 610. and Biglerville 120 rCS rom the Services at Cut Berlin moraine and Services at Beaver Creek spent in playing Those present Mr. and Mrs. Edward with whom he He was aged running teaching the 76 years Jacob Mr. and Mrs. George j Mr. who to run Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mr. and Mrs. ob Craumer and Edman directors were nine broad lump b l wv ft 1 1 mi was a ed 82 Mr. Leese fn 1111 1138 Love feast at Hanover Sunday East 790 i t p i IT u.n. TWIT Oli n. 11 vcu in 1111- be in his spent the nand and Donald baseball until five years ago when he momma stringing and after in the and 659 at a. m. morning stringing and after Jacob Craumer and E. Mr. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. anc Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mr. and Mrs Willis Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. William Pauline Mary Esther Helen Mary Estella Ruth Marjorie tle Helen Rebecca Emma arine Mildred bell Betty Jane Anna Dorothy Frances June rie Nancy Ann mer Emanuel fred Joseph Edward Charles Ervin David Raymond David Paul Edward Jack Howard Ray Elmer Philip Harry Stewart Stewart Arnold and James MARRIED Ora J. Solenberger and Miss trude Wonders were married Good Friday evening st 5 o'clock by the Rev. I J. at his burg R. D. The ring ceremony was Immediately after the mony they left on trip to ton and The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. and is employed in the office of the moved to He is survived i In proportion to meal sawed some 880-yard relay race Donald to of he bv hls one Berlin is growing from 610 On Sunday morning at the usual on two in 1920 to 790 in the present the w named with the aid falling to the He Raymond Eugene Wagner Reformed Sunday School was found by his Merle and Guy Haverstick will at the of The family called Dr. H. a dodge ball grammar school plans were dis- B. but the was dead 50-yard dash Ruth Winand for a Mothers Day program when the physician Cor- and Lena 220-yard be Riven in one Mrs. Samuel Increase of any Adams county town yet The increase is i most 30 percent for the ten Thc Rev. near eight grand- children and five The funeral was held with the day with services and interment at oner L. U. York Hamme na regular Sunday School services May sued the death giving Ruth Winand Doris Christ Lutheran Paul will preach at East Berlin Sunday as the cause baseball Faith The The deceased was a resident 01" ryn dodge Kansas for 26 years prior to Doris Ruth United Brethren ing to Wellsville four years Ruth Lena i Saturday and May 17 and He leaves two Mrs. Betty Virginia I 18- Wilson N. about two miles of and Mrs. Pauline Hamme and Verna Charles East Berlin R. high school 100-yard one of Bernard Anthony and David north of who was teen grandchildren and seven 220-yard Lee from a severe attack of lobar increase is also larger ftt Abbottstown in the than any previous report where the deceased at- more than 2fl percent for the dec- Upper District Sunday The Rev. Fred S. ade New oxford's growth is Sunday at Hampton at convention will convene at pastor of j ly less than 20 i 10 m- M. Fairfield and Arendtsville are the only boros showing a decline in Ad- ams Enumeration of tarms was re- ported as In 7; Harry Starer and Stuart son of Mr. and Mrs. MRS. ABRAHAM ALTLAND Pallbearers at the funeral of Mrs. in East 16; in New running broad Bernard An- is Abraham late of East The funeral was held Sunday thony and Lee running high f Over the Easter season the Willing held on Thursday at wtih brief services at the Ralph relay Bible class of Salem Union home at p. m. and further Lee David Sunday School presented three sick services at the Red Run Union Klepper and Glenn Patrons members with Easter the Rev. J. H. j and friends are invited to Interment was made in the cemetery adjoining the The pallbearers were four grand- Acres Timber Daniel Clinton Elwood Cornelius Mrs. W. H. been and Benjamin ill for some is again confined Reformed Red Run at 9 a. m. Bermudian at a. m. East Berlin at p. m. Sunday School In 1920 McSherrystown had a i In the j The Mite society will meet next Tuesday May 7th, at the to The Young People's Bible class of i MRS. ELLEN GISE ol 250. Red Lion has shown a gain of 559 inhabitants since 1920. i Jk A O Sylvester Merle In I Ork Co Salem Union church held its Ellen Herbert Zeigler and Malcolm ly meeting at the home of Mr. and Daniel wno died at her home County assessment records on file Morgan Maul Funeral services over the body of on April 1 was The third district has Mt. Wolf had 999 dents Special efforts of the of in were held from the home It is said that Mr. Gochenauer in the office of the county I The of the children's of her George E. in left a will giving in detail the ar- show 101 230 acres of timber classes of Dover Sunday schools and E- of Spring rangements for his funeral as he in York county assessed for taxable i others interested in children's work wished them to be carried purposes for 1930. There are 100.258 met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. Zacharias The Charles THE SICK acres in the township or rural dis- A. Lauer to make preparations for Lee Bubb and Jacob and 972 acres in the I children's week to be observed The was interred in Harold of and Miss Elsie Shirk of Myerstown R. called at the Reformed age Emmanuel Reformed Ab- census officials to find one more Rev. H. E. Sheely pastor ident there to make the population j Church School an even 1.000 were 1 9 a m service of worship 10 m. has shown a gain of 725 j sermon Strange persons during the past j Given Go to The acreage is constantly being de- i ing on May 8. Mrs. Levi Eisenhower schwam The deceased sons living there in comparison with late 2.124 inhabitants 10 creased because of the desire superintendent of the children's di- her the late Daniel inhabitants 10 years his home with at Tlle larest acreage continues to Mrs. James York has been in a serious con- be what is known as the hanna river Franklintown has 21 Spring 19; Dover 2.386; Paul M. near i 3.503: Jackson 1785- The Rev. J. Monroe Danner will j shoe The bride is a preach at Lebanon j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George on Sunday morning and address j Dillsburg B. and a a welfare meeting in the school Upon their return near i home Tuesday evening at the bride's taught by James W. closed j home were given a Tuesday for the 1929-30 The teacher reports having only one pupil had a perfect attendance for the Spurgeon son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O. Thieves raided the hen house of C. H. of near Thomasville taking between 25 and 30 Rhode Island Red Benton York son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. has been appointed bus driver be- tween Carlisle and tive May 4. He is taking the place of John L. Gibb who will drive a Carlisle bake Don't miss the big auction at Rider's store the coming Saturday See adv. Old District a farce in two acts with will be pre- sented in the P. O. S. of A. this Saturday May 10, by a group of players from St. James Lutheran under 'the auspices of the Women's society of Trinity Lutheran Paul of who quite recently purchased a Chrysler roadster from dealer George mert and who has not as yet fully mastered it. ran off the State way between Abbottstown and East in the hollow just this side the school building of the former Wednesday But damage tly and several parts being and the car only slightly Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. a W. A. the paternal is cashier of the Ab- State Arrest Youth Who Stole Kentucky Car Walter who tricked three Kentucky youths into bringing him to York in their auto- mobile from and then left them stranded there by stealing their was arrested on Wednesday at ton was taken to York and ted to jail to await a hearing before Alderman on a charge of ceny of the The car was Preston tricked the Kentuckians by making them believe that his father was the owner of the ley Automobile company in York and that they could secure ment Upon arrival in York Preston sent Jasper er of the and his two ions to a hotel and then drove off with their Mr. and Mrs. Albert near announce the birth of a Last Saturday Merton Charles G. Chronister and J. D. Sowers each took a civil service ex- amination at being afflicted by a light stroke of 904; Warrington 6299 and An early 1946 ery is looked Dr. E. W. Cashman who has practiced medicine in York i Springs for the past 45 was j compelled last week to close his of- fice for an indefinite due to His physician friends have advised a complete rest for some time and he is obeying Dr. practice is now be- ing taken care of by Dillsburg and New Oxford PERSONAL The present census shows 2.849 j church on Sunday and receive ishment for your If you would live this is Just as necessary as it is to Come and bring your The the home now occupied by David increase Windsor's population j consistory meeting will be held in Kenneth son of Mr. and owners of farm properties to use vision of the Tenth District Sunday lived for a number of years lam's present population is 771 and Mrs. H. H. Reading j timber and clear the land for i school is in Rev. J. East owning and residing in j was 10 yean ago 492. making the and a pupil in the East Berlin I vation where possible i to the Programs in 1920 was 854 and now is 1009, the the church on this Thursday also been prepared for Wednesday and Thursday of that The party and play day will be held on May 10. increase being 155. MRS. MATILDA JACOBS I The census enumeration for the Pallbearers at the funeral of Mrs. York county almshouse is 182 and Matilda late of Jackson I for the Paradise near j ning at John died at Shiloh Benjamin 119. on Interment was Reuben Jesse Lentz Y at Salem church on Those who visited Joseph of who is ill. over the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rev John H. Harvey Robert East Norman Charlie Russell Interment of made in cemetery Jacob A. and Mary died in York and was buried at Mrs. Parthena 69, ELMER W. WALKER was OYSTER DINNER HELD ON SUNDAY j An oyster dinner was served at 1 the bungalow of Daniel Mummert mother of Spurgeon Glatfelter and I 3- a veteran of enhelder and John SUNDAY SCHOOL Mrs. Elizabeth this CONVENTION MAY 10-11 is spending some time at the home i of her son-in-law and Mr. The twenty-seventh annual j and Mrs. Philip day School convention of the tenth j Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Lerew and including West P. C. Smith on Sunday visited Mr. ter and Dover will be Mrs. W. D. held on Saturday May 10, i and Sunday afternoon and j Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gerber and May 11, at Wolf's The Mrs. Harry Sarbaugh and lowing program will be rendered i family and Mrs. Danner Walter and Saturday evening at p. m. Song I and Oliver Mrs. Dover R. died on Monday in taught by John H. was closed on Wednesday when the Junior Citizens tion rendered a The ular attendance certificate and seals were presented to 10 as Mildred Clair Margaret Pauline Sherman Orville William Anna John and Mary Elmer W. Hanover R. D. I at near East on Guests were ent from Abbottstown and East Among them were devotional Harry Relation of the of were recent visitors of Mrs. Annie Sunday and day School to Moral Miss Sallie Rev. C. R. Wolf's Samuel Kling and Guy Albright business i made a fishing excursion to Fulton Wolf's i Monday for but were Does the Sunday School Have a successive After the a lunch was served in the died at his home day at a. m. from a tion of He was aged 85 U months and 16 viving him are his who before marriage was Julia and one Joseph Mr. Walker enlisted in the York Springs Lutheran Charge York School at a. preaching service at a. m. Chestnut School at p. preaching at p. m. Lower School at a. m. DRIVES WRONG AUTO HOME FROM CAPITAL Mr. and Mrs. John wullam H. Menges and Mrs. Jacob Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Mrs. Edward Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. Earl United States army on the 28th day i Mr. and Mrs. Jacob of 1861. at the age of 17 as a recruit for a period of three He was assigned to company C. of the 101st, regiment of the Illinois volunteer The funeral will be held Saturday morning at o'clock from the late residence with the Rev. B. K. Mrs. Susan Sadie Mrs. Sarah Nathan Daniel Cleason Robert Calvin Susan Catherine Geneva Betty county had the novel ex- of being sought as an auto- mobile thief by police of and York one day Mr. Menges was on a business trip to the Capital city and had placed his 7-passenger Buick automobile in a garage Returning for his he jumped into a senger car of similar make and drove to his home tit Menges It was school Due to weather con- i pastor of the Mt. the school did not go Lutheran charge Inter- as ment will be made in the cemetery i ABBOTTSTOWN PUPILS adjoining meeting Audrey Hazel not reached his home that fer Kenneth Bud Darone j nc realized he was driving a Strange The controller then got in touch with the garage at and and Fred Letter association at near East Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. entertained on Easter Sunday with a Those ABBOTTSTOWN HIGH VISIT BATTLEFIELD Th following Abbottstown high school pupils and teachers spent Wednesday afternoon touring the explained He returned the car later and obtained his COMMENCEMENT MAY 27 battlefield at Prances j Miriam Senora YORK BEAUTY CULTURE SCHOOL OPENS COURSE ent Mr. and Mrs. R. H. I Commencement exercises of the Dorothy i Girls In this vicinity now have the Right to Expect of the i Mrs. Annie at present man anci Mrs. Abbottstown high school will be held ivn Eleanora opportunity of enrolling for a Rev. I. A. Sunday residing with her Raymond Laura Red Mrs. in the Lutheran church on May 27. i Louise Mary piete course In beauty culture in at p. song this is being devotional Mrs. Levi j ened with an attack of Sadie Mr. and Mrs. while the baccalaureate sermon will Kathryn Ben Emanuel be preached by the Rev. Paul Mary Janet Treva chorus Charles C. of j Hoffman and Mr. and May 25, The members of the Grace Joseph according to an advertisement in this issue of the York School of Beauty The new of Wolf's Child's Re- well known will make a trip Mrs Gordon Mr. and Mrs. graduating class Joseph John Bernard An- i tion training will qualify for State W. chorus of Salem Its Joys and cants for the East Berlin j Rev. L. W. Sunday to the Rev. P. to Kansas shortly through business Eert Hoffman and ser. Marian Harry Charles Francis i Board Day and night 7 p. song de- Miss Nancy who we noted G. H last week as having fallen while hanging paper in her home in this place last has returned from the Hanover It was found that her right leg was broken be- low the knee and the limb has placed in plaster The following met at the dence of James Lair Should the Church Members Be interests there that require his at- j Miriam and Lee I Harry Lee j classes are being formed and a Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Harbold Francis Mary Sinner and David cial offer is made to pupils George D. Wagner has returned to his home in Reading township after spending a few days with his Mrs. Oliver of Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Carolyn Dr. F. I. Miller and Glenn Prof. George and of the State james P. principal and Miss Mrs. Elizabeth Hake and and Darrell and will be the commencement I Ethel Grace assistant I Y. SPRINGS SCHOOL CLOSING PROGRAM i Loyal Supporter of the Sunday C. Winand were William of j Of spent TO ALL EX-SERVICE SOLDIERS Rev. G. A Mrs. William Egulf and with friends where they you returned from Shiloh Male Mrs C. C. Swarner and fOrmerly Shiloh Male Im- Mrs. Hazel of Mrs Lottie Hii of the Devotional Services Mr. and Mrs John Brady and Mrs. days last week Mrs. return him again to tnp of the Farmers is Roads day The program in the Sunday Rev. C. W. spent i Paul Senft family and other congress the Great Congressman E. S. Mrs. Lottie Himes spent several Brooks was your THE FARMER The primary school of York OUT OF THE MUD Sprinus taught by Miss Irene held their closing day The most important subject in in the high school building the week-end at the home of Dr. j in i Eugene Elgin and Mr. and Mrs Rov Martin and Friday evening to arrange a j Each of 222 members of the Para- i Mrs. and Mr. pottstown spent some time with MAY 20th Don't Forget the Preparations are fast being com- program for the Upper District for the offering of natural Ras o the residents of East Berlin and other towns situated along or near the oil lines of the Standard Ml one of whose pipes lias been converted into a gas pipe is now filled with gas from to the Susquehanna and only awaits tapping for pral use along the Francis Paradise was discharged a patient the Warner In the case of Elicker vs. which came before a York grand jury last a true was The case is the of a check by disc Township Horse Thief and Mrs. Ralph were hpr Mr. and Mrs. E. L. ing society will receive in the also guests at tho home IN In remembrance of a dear Candidate A Sons of re- What can he do to got out Junior of the His taxes are setting Us Your Betty but the roads are music E S. Republican recitation for proposes Junkie Grade distribution of the assets of the Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerald and Charlotte Nell have mother and Lydia legislation to Ret him out of the Something now in process of dis- visited at the home of Mr. returned to their home in Ann who died May 28th. His plan is to divide thf For the Harold according to the and Mrs. H. E. i more after spending week with 1927. Remembrance is a Rolden chain of East back j Daniel Mummert near the 1927 in of John a owner along the Dillsburg about five miles from this day School will convene at Calvary United ren Saturday and May 17 and 18: Rev. Paul F. E. Willis C. E. J. H. W. A. J. G. James son Weaver and J. S. Harry Thoman and family ly moved from the Shelter into part of C. C. Martin Wentz and family moved j damaged on when he had a and Mrs. Philip near I Sunday School orchestra George nearly all of which are now Daisies Fourth from his home near town to his I mix-up with another car in furnished and Monroe H. fid ward and Cora Lester and the remaining exercise plan would eventually in lowering the Farmers taxes save Automobile now Dny ule submitted to the court by the The Rev. J. Monroe Danner and Mr. and Mrs. The schedule of Ruth c. bution was approved by the and Alma were entertained at Rev. and Mrs. B. K. Death tries to break in The funds of the society after all per Saturday evening by Mrs. Emma over guests of W. A. Sinner TO to love and then to expenses are paid amount to this anci family and the Sinner Stuart near had Mrs. Elizabeth this attended the Christian En- thc running board and two is some tune at the home meeting at the Barrens ers on one side of his car badly of her son-in-law and Mr. church Sunday where the children and lions of Dollars appropriated by the and Federal Government an equal Mabel from the State by second grade between 3G Congressional Judge and the re- in This Wilmo and family and the Sinner Is sorrow of the give the district re- large sum each which the Sadly missed by her Brooks declares should be on Two the roads leading to the Main newly purchased home at the East. I The Woman's Missionary Mrs. Jere Lau spent and Rev. Mr. Mowrer Lihi Helen K. Walker should by States Ladles school formerly the Jacob Mummert j will hold a bake sale at last week at their summer home delivered Mr. who vacated store on Saturday and Elmer the into one part of payment of which re- ly bring your donations before 2 p. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Anthony and two West Sunday vacated by Earl Fissell and Indications are that the State and with the Mrs. John who recently moved to borough will on n. NOTICE DON'T MISS THIS AUCTION Elsewhere appears the by bumping them over festival will held at The public is hereby notified ment of an auction to be held the stones and the mud ton on Wednesday May I will not be responsible for any coming Saturday May 3, would also provide better mail to the berms on Harry Clarence E contracted by Ervin re- Rider's East Don't iee and the extension ol to Harriet of D. B. of j Thomas H Straley and siding on my farm in to attend ft large variety of wherr It is now impossible 10 Raphael la by East Berlin National bank merly of has been confined j Vernon Rife and force have re- linni A of this and York Pa. dress will travel siding Mr reason of lack of funds when to his home suffering trom heart i painted the E. C. Livingston Ernest at- JACOB be sold to the highest See buck of F. S. Farl 1 I low on Lincoln i the Adams County Rural Pa. adv. him aoth
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