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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - June 2, 1930, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania GOOD The Literary poll was purely academic it won a de- f r e e of dence WEATHER Warmer THE GETTYSBURG TIMES Member of The Associated Truth Our Public Good Our Aim Read By Nearly Everybody In Adams ESTABLISHED 1902 GETTYSBURG PA MONDAY EVENING JUNE 2 1930 PRICE THREE CENTS DR IS SPEAKER BEFORE PERSONS Dr Sanders To Deliver Lectures Institute Invites Local Man To Sneak On Philosophy Lutherans Celebrate Anniversary Of Augsburg Confession NOT THEOLOGY WENTZ DECLARES Telling gathered in Shibe Paik phia Sunday afternoon that the i Augsburg confession is not a tern of theology but a list of things that the drafters agreed in the Rev Dr Abdel Ross I Wentz Gettysburg seminary was i one of the speakers who described i the confession at an open-air bration of its anniversary Tho confession was up in 1530 by Martin Luther and Philip Melanchthon at Ge- many On Increase Protestantism contrary to lar belief is not on tne decline but i lather it is on the Di said in tion its increase s than the in population A church is not an It is an organism Ev I this I mean to that a cunch not made to It Dr Charles P Sanders way head of tne department of philosophy at college has accepted an invitation to de- liver five lectures on The phy of Religion at a Chautauqua Institute at Chautauqua Lake New York during the second week in A He will substitute for Di er Matthews dean of the school of religion at the University of cago and nib selection for the ture couise is considered a high who honor by Dr Sanders colleagues OFFICER HURT WHEN CYCLE OVERTURNS President Hoover COLLEGE WORK AT GETTYSBURG 130 Taking Finals Tn Completion Of Their Studies At School Patrolman Miller Is In Hospital Here With Badly Cut Scalp THURSDAY START OF FINAL WEEK CHASING BEFORE ACCIDENT i i Patrolman E Miller of the bur of the feied numerous lacerations and fiom his nc on the mith DI heie dav afternoon at 5 o clock to the man who as admitted to ncr he chasing an I thf duver ioi violation Then his bounced oat of him to the The slid the Ioi almost one hundred feet S alp Tut who came to tne local fiom the chool May 16 suffered I scalp cuts on his arm and legs and an mnr to his With the completion oi then knee ti ace the beginning of animations this v eek 130 members I cnd took the o hospital The church to that day m June 400 tne I HP nnK vears ago when the Augsburg con- k at Gettysburg college and on to hear Youth Critically Hurt Crawls from Blazing Car A her It Crashes Sunday Richard Weikert 20 Gettysburg R D 4 Serious At Hospital Here With Crushed Chest Suffered In Accident Near Biglerville RESCUERS FIND MAN LYING FEW FEET FROM BURNING AUTO Richard Weikert 20 Gettysburg R 4 Fairfield road critically injured early Sunday his car crashed into a concrete culvert on the Biglerville road upset i and then caught fire i Momentarily stunned by the crash Weikert re- gained consciousness in time to drag himself out of the j ing- machine before his clothing caught fire I A party of passing motorists enroute to Washington j D C found Weikert helpless within four feet of the blazing of the machine and pulled him out of reach of the I flames afterward bringing him to the Warner hospital Five Compound Fractures At the hospital it was stated that Weikert suffered five I compound fractures of the legs His chest is crushed and i scalp is badly lacerated His recovery is said to be in the balance Weikert a son of Mr and Mrs I New Women's College Dean Meets Group Miss Jessie Truman of of lession gnen to the world Crime Superficial devices in the arts and ences Monday June 0 The final There is a flood ol ucr and examinations stalled last week and sweeping our land a be concluded Thursday when wave of immorality and and the oi commencement disregard foi and a com- begins rebellion against all Commencement week changed tional restraint even against the this icar to extend tbe dictates ol common decency But pnd begins night with aged all that is only and dances at tne YORK YOUTH HURT IN CRASH The real danger to the religious to be followed life of our times n that it will class day and Saturday by killed gas wnen ail thin gaseous foim of t elision and parts of the United States are ex- ethics the residue that is left to return to Gettysburg to K Broken When Thrown From Cycle Driven By Brother A M Weikert Fairfield road was returning to his home after visiting a young woman near Biglerville Saturday evening when the Grace college the projected dent He was alone m the al Lutheran college for women at a sedan oi 23.000 stood in the spares between the spreading trees of Gettysburg Washington will arrive in Han Weikert told his parents at the Inc Memorial address oi President Hooter The ib i burg to meet with that ms car was forced off m the Lm oln made Ins Gettysburg address m bers Of the organization committee tne district the local of the Members of the committee in tms are George M Appleby J C Bucner Robert T Fox Samuel M Harold U Landis E W Miller and Mr and Mrs John E Snyder Miss Truman was formerly principal of the Hillside school walk Connecticut Hoover Goes to Church in L SCOTT Liverpool on Way Home HONORS Pa June 2 on assumed Homeward bouna fiom the i portions as soon as word spread Sons Ot mountain of Jay that Executive was 15 ot Yoik Cooke President Hoo i ei paused in i inen have taken the gospel off its Wood and it of its renew made in college feted a fracture of his left leg when as fai back as 1875 lie was thrown from a motorcycle to w 01 ship Sees President The Rev H L Jarrett of the charch ioi nineteen noted At Grave Of Noted Vet Full honois veie James K P Scott Civil Wai following are the students ion which he was tandem the morning the and his MI m congelation and and battlefield who will be given degrees when the machine Clashed into an party inquired direct ion to a church j m the opening the historian at services held substantial elements In the grandstand which on is occupied by baseball collar at commencement j embankment at the intersection of taken to a little tnp chief this morning at 10 o'clock at the fans woe more than 15000 persons June 9 the Reynolds members of 160 Lutheran for the ol I avenue west of here Sunday tions in Philadelphia and vicinity Bachelor ol The speakers were on a platform which had been erected near home 65 TO ENTER HIGH SCHOOL I Clara Amelia Bakei Yoik Ro- land Banos Camden New plate and their voices were Jersey Edmund Ellis Bieber Charles Birx Maryland Aithur William by a system ot which on weekdays announce the batteries for today's A choir of 1000 voices and an noon George 19 of druing the motorcycle He suffered abrasions of the face but was as a patient after receiving treatment at the John j Warner hospital Gertrude The were fiom orchestra composed of foi tv i Bowers Turtle Crock Wai i en Pine Furnace when Uie of the Philadelphia oi chest ra uck Bowman Mary dent Funds 1 Ellen Gettysburg said a car backed out onto the i Elizabeth Butts fiom Reynolds avenue in Donald Clare Baltimore of his brother's motorcycle forcing Daniels R D South Fork I the from the His aonn home Carlisle ence him Later asking the street Colonel Scott died in the tion to standing until the Warner hospital last Friday after- presidential had left Mi noon rett asked The Rev H Jones Lincoln School To Hold motion Exercises On Wednesday Sixty-five pupils of Lincoln school will be promoted to the nigh school led the spirited of hymns New Oxford Man Goes Under Knife Harold Daub hr said lost of the Tobias Victim Stroke Home Oi Daughter of Mt Of Would ou li m the sen ices Mi c- shook ke to take oi the Gettysburg Presbyterian in the high school Wednesday night at eight T- i his head m and the o clock Dr M Fischer of Charles New Oxford submitted to an operation for the an abscessed appendix at the Warner hospital this mp His condition was reported to be good Others admitted to the hospital over the week-end include Richard Rebert Upper Darby Richwine Gettysburg Mrs Jesse Hoffman Gettysburg R Marian Fischer and it into a bank Walter Freed Johnstown Carolyn Alice Harman Hazelton Miriam j Stewart Herman j burs Wilmer Hany Holmes Elizabeth Ritchie Horn Funeral services were held Funeral Is Held For Elmer Wehler Harry Hull I day afternoon at 2 o'clock from the him ate Mrs spring Maryland R Earl for Elmer Wehler Mt R beroier Philadelphia Samuel township who died last Friday j g Yoik Mis Milton The Rev H K Hartman pastor of Mrs Finer Stewait Hoffman Lengel Reformed church Mts Charles and the final j ended walked out The pastor came I to the car with the Pi evident to i thank him foi When the co lection was passed Mi einor i I er All Cooke members ci j of the pait iced it at homo his and j folded bills Mis R E n The worn on Yoik where lie had been Governor and Mr Cooke his home Tor a of He was a sou of the latt mm and Maiv Blown tic sen ice of the Sons of Union the Gettysburg seminary will de- conducted at the i liver the address of the evening National cemetery while the Rev W C Waltemeyer where bunal took place The lodge j Gettysburg college will give the sen ice w as conducted by the Rev j invocation and benediction Both L B of the Sons I have children in the class was in the way motor patrol expressed the opinion that Weikert dozed at the wheel and lost control of the car Tracks on the ground indicate that Weikert's car left the highway about 200 feet north of the culvert all four wheels being off the con- crete at the time of the impact Find Injured Youth R G Stock J F Stock both of Belleville and G E John M Royer and Arthur Frey ville en route to Washington to at- tend the ball game Sunday arrived at the scene of the accident three miles north of Gettysburg a lew minutes after it happened The accident occurred about o'clock Sunday morning and kert was admitted to the hospital shortly before 2 o'clock His left leg was broken at three places and his right leg at two places As a result of being thrown against the steering wheel the victim's chest was crushed Weikert's machine hit the con- crete culvert over a small stream headon The car was wrecked by the impact and the resulting fire added to the damage Only a mass at 6 la c tpc of u strok s of Union Veterans and E chaplain p i Betty the Dream Girl a I of twisted wreckage remained after three-act operetta given by 1 the fire Ir Colonel ScotT the j Mr Jones said in part bers of the class will be the feature of the program while the high To him was to love him school orchestra will provide music jjg passing along The cast for the play includes then to tne streets of our ex er I Elizabeth Swope as Lou castle the home of Homy P i- j words Of I Jones as Mrs Anthony er who was in the lor lunch He possessed the soul of Keith Fischer Tony D Francis York Edward Scheetz Lewis town officiated Interment was in j feiters Maurice Blown Moul Yoik Richard R 4 Patrolman George E j Miller and Mrs James Cannon Jr Pittsburgh Springs Mrs Bessie Smith Littlestown Mis Richard Upper and i Edward Moul York were i as patients Perkasie Heimel Liesmann cemetery here Mif Camp Harold William bearers were L U Collins Waid Oscar Brown Glenville Margaret Bercaw Charles Trostle Milton tcl and Mi- Lawrence abcth Mock Ku Ruth Clarence Wolf and Mi R D 21 Veteran Reporter rs a poet a charming winsome Katharine Butt Lola a most lovable and I ton Charlotte Waltemeyer Bee Jere Bream Will Preside At School Jere Bream son of Mr and Mrs C C Bream 102 East Middle street president of the graduating class at Wenonah Military academy Continued on Seventh Page baugh Heart Disease Leads As Cause Of Death Heart diseases led as cause of death in Adams county in ary ten due to that cause Adams also three deaths from diabetes and one from tuberculosis In March in Adams county the number of cases of communicable diseases were twenty-nine of scarlet fever sixteen of measles twelve of whooping cough and one each of diphtheria and typhoid fever Mother of A Lutheran Envoy To India Observes Her Birthday by Going to Church M SAILS FOR EUROPE Miss Dorothy Kime North ton street left Friday morning for New York where she sailed Friday night on the S S Rotterdam on a six weeks tour of northern Europe including the Passion Play Miss Kime will be accompanied by Miss Alice Eaker Muncy Pa Both arc teachers in the high school at risburg ATTENDS CONVENTION Mrs Carl Martz East Water street left Sunday for whore she will attend the annual convention of the Daughters of as delegate from burg chapter RS GIDEON BURGER I nee Miss ges celebrated her j ty-thnd birthday j day by attending in St i Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church Quincy of which she has been a member 82 years having joined the church in 1848 at the age of 11 years She is the mother of the Rev Sylvester Clark Burger Lutheran to India and well known here Born January 24 1870 the Rev Mr Burger ing to Dr A R History of the Gettysburg Seminary from Gettysburg college with an A B degree in 1895 and from the seminary here with the class of 1898 He was ordained by the Western Pennsylvania theran synod In 1898 served as tor of Redeemer Lutheran church Jersey City New Jersey until the latter part of the same year when he went to India as a missionary and has been there since He married Magdalen Lanius Keith in 1901 but she died October 5 1918 in India When Mrs Burger became a member of the Quincy congregation it still wot shipped in the old log church that stood by the Quincy cemetery antedates years the church building Attended 163 Communions The old church record has been lost but the present record ning back for thirty years shows that uf A possible 170 communions Mrs Burgei was present at Though a nonagenarian Mrs Burger may be frequently found in her pew at the Sunday ing service Mrs Burger is the widow of Gideon Burger a veteran of the civil war and besides being the mother of the Rev Mr Sylvester Burger she has seven other dren active in church work Mrs Burger was born in Quin- cy and lived there until five years ago when she moved to boro with her five s Brown man Texat and Peter i South Dakota and two Mis Maggie j Jennie Diehl 1 vivo j He uas i of St i Reformed church for mam Funeral sen ices 1 day noon at 2 o'clock fie I W Little pa.-lois town with further service ai St i chinch near Her the Rev D W i pastor of St James Reformed church officiating Intel men in the adjoining A veteran newspaper man Fred B Lawlon accompanied by Mrs Lawton arm PCS in this after a motor trip irom Lus Angeles Mr Lauton expects to motor ap miles before returning home during which time he will points of inter- est throughout the Mr Lawton said that he had always wanted to visit and that this was the first he had to do so Upon the completion of his trip he expressed ment and pleasure at the tude of the field and the ful disposition the graciousness of Maybelle Kadel as Bab Edward j nonah New Jersey will open the ja gentleman the gift of j Hudson as John Brehm as I fascinating conversation the affable Stanley Hull as Robert i for genuine friendship and I a deep religious con- wood Harold as Worthington Brooks Ruth Stouck as Annie and i piousness A parting salute to Harmon Furney as Mr Lane the veteran The chorus Hazel iwas fired by a squad commanded by i liams Virginia Gilbert Mary Jane Capt A Hughes of the i Appier Catherine Gitt Beulah Sons of and a bugler and I Weaver Jean Hamilton Edward i sounded taps Thomas Paul McCleaf i were E F Zmn Robert Williams and Neibert baugh J E Snyder William Henry j Worthington Harry Roth Dr C B Stouffer and Chase Resume Oiling class day celebration Thursday morning making the welcome ad- dress The cadets twenty-sixth annual commencement week program win get under way Sunday afternoon when the baccalaureate sermon will be preached in Wenonah ian church by the Rev Dr Burleigh Cruikshank pastor of the St Paul's Presbyterian church Philadelphia Dr Wilmer C Krusen president of the Philadelphia College of macy and Science is the speaker Evans Transferred To Schuylkill County I i at the commencement exercises Bounty Road oiling suspended for miles around Gettysburg last week be- Evans cause of traffic going to the Friday morning while G maneuvers that afternoon account related his i shl uho had been George field to hear President Hoover regulation salute will be 1 Rufus Bushman Mrs 71 wife oi Harbold died from a complication oi diseases at 12.10 o'clock Sunday morning at her home in Hanover She was a daughter of the late Youth Given High Honor A Raff Gettysburg field J day will be resumed this week in corded 1 agent for the bureau of animal in- I York and Adams counties In Ad- in the collection of censed dogs for experimental poses at has been i to Schuylkill count j to help Franklin R Bigham son of Mr the field agent there and Mrs S G Biglerville will be graduated from Washington and Leo Lexington ginia Tuesday He will be ams county the week's schedule calls for surface treatment of the roads between East Berlin and Heidlersburg and between Hampton and Table Rock Barnard Moses and Rebecca Davis Sterner ated with the honor cum laude Surviving are her husband two i as one of a class of 130 students Sedan Off Highway To Crash Into Culvert 3 Hurt children Mrs Roy Topper over Mrs William Sterner over three Mrs liam Wiley Mt Holly Springs right Harbold Michael Harbold Des Moines lown one sister Mrs Amelia Group ville three brothers George ner Carlisle John Sterner Bend- Jesse Sterner Mf Holly Springs and 12 grandchildren Funeral sei vices Mr and Mrs Bigham and their j daughter Miss Helen Bigham have gone to Lexington to attend the commencement exercises Edward Moul 69 of York ed a hip and shock when ter Mrs Claude Nyp 119 North oon at 2 o'clock from the late idence with further services at the First Methodist Episcopal church Broad street Waynesboro ENTER TRAINING SCHOOL Misses Helen Robinson and Ruby Clapsaddle both of Gettysburg have passed the four-month probation period of training at thr York pital and on June 5 they will be formally admitted to the nurses training school theie On the ing of June 5 the probationers will entertain their families and friends taxi tUW Continued on Second at the hospital the sedan he was driving crashed into the iron guard rail of a small culvert on the Hanover road one mile cast of here Sunday after- noon After the car struck the guard rail it upset on its top Two er persons with Moul escaped with only minor injuries According to Patrolman Paul R Bingaman of the local of the state highway motor patrol who investigated the accident Moul was traveling east on the highway at fairly high speed After a truck traveling west passed chine the York man lost control of his car Patrolman Bingaman said car on the highway and struck the guard rail breaking a front wheel When the wheel collapsed the car nosed over on its top The machine was so badly aged that lit had to be loaded on a I truck to be taken away from the scene of the accident Hold Last Rites For Edward Kellenberger Funeral services were held for ward Kellenberger Abbottstown painter who suffered a fatal heart attack in Hanover Thursday day afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Abbottstown Lutheran church the Rev Paul Gladfelter officiating In- terment was in the Christ church cemetery at Littlestown PRESENTED PRIZE Miss Aimee Ohler a member of the sophomore clan at Hood college Frederick WM ed the C prise ot in the Biblical Literature de- at special at the school Friday morning WEATHER REPORT Fair warmer in Uw
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