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   East Berlin News (Newspaper) - June 21, 1929, East Berlin, Pennsylvania                               THE NEWS COVERS EAST BERLIN AND VICINITY LIKE THE DEW BIGLERVI LL K NEWS IP IT'S NOT IN THE NEWS If DIDN'T HAPPEN AROUND VOL. EAST BERLIN. FRIDAY. JUNE 21. 1929 PER YEAR. LOCAL NEWS The East Berlin band will furnish music for Forest Park, Hanover, on Sunday evening. Margie Walter, of Hanover, a granddaughter of our townslady, Mrs. Lucy Hawthorne, on the coming Sat- nrday evening will open up The Big Wheel, an eating and rest house along the Blooming Grove road, near Han- over. The Junior class of the oEast Ber- lin high school, will hold a food sale on the Hoover lawn on Thursday ev- ening, June 20. orchestra will furnish music. C. M. Spangler, George L. Shetter, Charles G. ChKwaister, Lewis Spang- ler, Howard King and W. S. Wolf, all members of Liberty Fire company, East Berlin, were the pallbearers at the funeral of Frank Fissel, a fellow member. The Rev. Paul Gladfelter began a series of sermons in the Lutheran church on Sunday morning on "Reli- His theme for that day. At congregational meeting held after the close of the services the congregation voted and approved plans made by the church council to enlarge the pri- mary Sunday school room, re-frescoe the main Sunday school room and other improvements. The church has been wired and the lights are expect- ed to be ready for use next Sunday evening. The Ladies' Aid of the Upper Ber- mudian Sunday school will hold a fes- tival on the church lawn this Thurs- day evening. A bazaar by the Worth While dub of Mulberry, will be held in O. S. Hoff- man's grove, June 29th. The" East Berlin band will furnish music. Ervin Himes and his two assistants, have started clearing the way for the improving of the State Highway be- tween this place and Dillsburg, re- moving trees and other obstructions Russel Philips has been added to the force of the drivers of the buses of the Adams Transit Company. A fine awning has been placed around the cafe of Hamm and Kline that adds to the comfort of that pop- ular eating house. A sign advertis- ing the famous Sullivan ice cream has also been swung, Mummert's garage has received a carload of Hudson and Essex cars. In the tearing down of a part of his house in Hampton, which George Kimmel has been remodeling, between the walls was found an old pistol that is probably many years old. Mr Kim- mel on the coming Saturday evening will have a. public sale at his resi- dence in Hampton at which the pistol among a number of other articles listed elsewhere in our columns will be sold. He is tlm? setting a prece- dent in the time of holding a pub- lic sale. The sale will start at 6 o'- clock. Samuel S. Lewis, of York, former state treasurer, was appointed by Gov- ernor Fisher to be a member of the board of trustees of the Pennsylva- nia Soldier and Sailors' home at Erie. The York county leader has been a member of that board for several years. A number of the member? of the C. O. V. S. class of the Church of Christ, of Lemcyne, were expected to hold their monthly meeting last niccht at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry HarriBburg street, this place. Both Mr. and Mrs. Emig during their residence in Lemoyne associated themselves with that class and church and still retain their membership. The Red Run Sunday School will hold their annual picnic in Hoffman's grove on Saturdaj', August 10. The Ringgold" band of York will furnish the music. The superintendent has appointed the following committee to arrange for the occasion: W. A. Sln- tjer, W. A. Ziegler; R. B. Deardorff, J. Clermont Smith, and P. W. Hodgson. The Wehler reunion will be held on Saturday, July 19th, coning In the Farmers grove, between East Berlin and There will be speaking, music and games. The music being furnished "by the Holtz- echwam orchestra. Sessions will en at 10 o'clock and continue thru the afternoon. A present will be given to the oldest and youngest of the clan present. A few more seats are still availa- ble for persons wiahing-to take In the bus excursion to Philadelphia, on Thursday, June 27th, on, which day the Philadelphia and New York clubs of the American League of that city will play. Fare Tickets on sale at Burgard's barber shop. The Washington Grange, of Krall- town, will hold a picnic, Saturday evening, July 6, in O. E. Frick'o grove. The LaBott band will furnish the mu- sic for the evening. Miss Kathryn Wilson, of this place, underwent an operation for appendi- citis on Tuesday at the Warner hos- pital, Gettysburg, and is said to be doing as well as can be expected. Charles Philips, also of thte place, expects to pass through the same kind of an operation at the same institu- tion next week. He is undergoing treatment John H. Myers, well known in East Berlin and an employe of the First National Bank of York, attended a party held tor the employes of that bank at River View cottage, Level, Thursday evening. The out- ing was sponsored by D. M- cashier of the Institution. Curtis Detter, in company with Harry A. Robertson and Horace W. Myers, all of York, were in East Ber- lin Monday evening giving a demon- of the working of a process de-Inking and de-flbering of old WMte papers, Mkl to be better and more complete than any similar pro- cess now known. Their to sell stock ami establish a mill and feel there to a splendid for PEBMHAI 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Shetter and family contemplate a trip to Pitts- burgh next week where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Stambaugh, of Farmers, accompanied by Mrs. An- nie Bosserman and sister, Miss Sal- lie Sunday, motored to Lancaster county Wednesday of last week anJ visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. James Seachrist, ac- companied by Mrs. Seachrist'g broth- er, of York, and Mr. and Mrs. John Sinner, of Thomasville, were visitors ot Emanuel Sinner and household on Tuesday evening. Cletus Thompson, of York; Sher- man Oerkheimer and Mabel Fans, and two sons, of Bigmount, were visitors on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mur- phy. The two young men are grand- eons. Mrs. Cyrus Oberlander, of Spring Grove and Airs'. John Straley. of Far- mers, were visitors last week of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Myers, of Reading township. Mr. and Mra. John Jacobs were vis- itors on Wednesday of their daugh- ter, Mrs. Nettie Grove and other Han- over relatives. Mrs. Norman Wolf, of Gettysburg, in spending a few days with her pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bnrgard. J. C, York, and William Spahr, of Dover, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leib on Sunday. Miss Ida Gentzler has returned from a visit with Mrs, Amos Mum- mert and other York frienda. Miss Kathleen Leib on Sunday vis- ited Baltimorfe friends. Mrs. Annie Mummert. of Reading township, is spending some time with her son, Clayton Stitzel, Carlisle. Paul Jacobs and family and sisters, Miss Annie and Miss Bertha, of this place visited friends at Taneytown on Sunday afternoon. Aaron March, York, transacted busi- ness in town "last Wednesday. Miss Kathryn Wolf, of Gettysburg, was a week-end guest at the home of Andrew Bowser and daughter, Grace, this place. .Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jacobs, Arendts- ville, were entertained at supper on Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'John Myers, this place. those present from East. Berlin at the Sunday School conven- i tion at Hampton, Sunday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Wolf and "What Religion Yields.'' At a con- daughters, Eleanor and .Mae, Mrs. La- vere Burgard, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. SerfT. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sowers. Mr. and Mrs. M. L, Slothour and others. A. R. Brodbeck wa.s the speaker at evening session. Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Ruel, Balti- more; Mr. and Mrs. John Stover, York; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stover, New Freedom; and several friends from Kansas, were visitors on Sunday of Mrs. Annie Bosserman and sister, Miss Sallie Sunday. Mrs. Harry Sarbaugh and children and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gerber and daughter, of Hanover were recent guests of Annie Bosserman and sister. Miss Sallie Sunday. Harvey Gfruver and mother. Mrs. A. A. Gruver, -were week-end visitors of relatives and friends at Manheim, Mt. Joy and Salunga .Lancaster county. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hankee and son, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zugg, cf Harrisburg, dinnered with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Albright on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hamme, York, visited the former's sister, Mrs. H. E. Serff, and family, this place, Friday evening. They were accompanied home by their eon, Richard, who spent the at the Serff home. Mr. and Mrs. William Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Kllng and .Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hoover, last Friday mo- tored to Diehl's Island, near Cape May, a distance of about 240 miles on a fishing trip, returning on Mon- day with seventy some fish. Farmers and sportsmen of York county during the 12 months ending June 1, earned by killing wtt- icus animals for whose pelts the state pays bounty. This amount includes for killing 125 gray foxes, for killing 70 red foxes, and for killing weaels. During May the State Game commission paid In bounty into York county. This was for killing 16 weasels, no otbjr pre- datory animals having been shot in the month. Two girls and a young man were saved from drowning at Dicks' Dam Tuesday afternoon by the quick work of Mrs. Constance Klnneman, Irene Miller and Justin Smith, als of Mc- Sherrystown, who were nearby at the time. The young women, Florence Small, 15, daughter of Joseph R. Small, of Midway, and Desales Sneer- inger, 15, McSherrystown, accompan- ied by Fred Klunk, were canoeing when the canoe upset. A. L. Ingman, near Llttlestown, who had been convicted in the Adams county court on a charge of illegal possession of Intoxicating liquor, was placed on probation for one and one- half years by Judge McPherson at Gettysburg Tuesday, and ordered to pay a fine of a.nd costs. The court signed an order of for- feiture, condemnation and sale of a Dodge touring car, seized in posses- sion of Leroy Sprenkle, who was charged with the illegal transporta- tion of liquor. Mervfn Spangler, of New Oxford, has been circulating around among East 'Berlin friends recently selling stock cf the Associated Gas and Elec- tric Company. The annual picnic of the P. O. S. of A. band, Hanover, was he'd Satur- day afternoon at grove. The Rlngold band furnished the music for the occasion. Roman J. amywir transferred to K. Ktotoerd and wife, a tract of m DEATHS Franklin Valentine Fissel, a well known resident of East Berlin, died at his home at 10 a. m. Sunday from acute intestinal obstruction and en- do-carditis, following an illness of several weeks. He was aged S3 years, 4 months and 5 days. For eighteen years, Mr. Ffesel conducted a black- smith shop hi East Berlin and dur- ing the last five years he was employ- ed at the York Manufacturing com- pany, York. He was a member of the East Berlin Fire company and the Hast Berlin Reformed church. Be- sldw his widow, Mrs. Mary Fissel, he three children, Curvin, Vel- ma and Charles, at home; a brother, Harry Fissel, of California, and his father, Lewis Fissel, York. The fu- neral was held Wednesday, with ser- vices at the house at a. m. and concluding services at the East Ber- lin Reformed church. Rev. H. D. Houtt, pastor, officiated. Interment was made in Mummert's meeting house The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Van Pelt Frank, wife of A. A. Frank, who died Friday at her home in Dover town- ship, near Davidsburg, from cancer, following an eightteen months' ill- ness was held Saturday. The body was taken to Singer's Glen, Va., where services were held in the Methodise church. Interment took place in the cemetery adjoining the church. Mrs. Frank was a former resident of Sin- ger's Glen. The deceased was 56 years old and is survived by her hus- band; three children, Hobert Frank, Richmond, Va.; Paul Frank, Davids- burg, and Mrs. S. D. Click, York; a brother, Luther Van Pelt, Singer's Glen, Va., and a sister, Mrs. J. L. Shoemaker, Davidsburg. MARRIAGES Miss Margaret Loss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loss, Hanover, and William Crook, Gettysburg, were married at Abbottstown on Saturday morning by Rev. Paul Gladfelter of the Lutheran church of that place. Mr. Crook is tmployed at present at the Hanover Wire Cloth factory and Miss Loss at the Hanover Shoe fac- tory. The young couple will reside in East Berlin. The young couple left 011 a wedding trip and upon their return will reside at the home of her grandparents, Mr. an.l Mrs. Claud I-apham, Ea-st Berlin. A surprise shower was held for bride at the home oE her parents on Friday evening by neighbors, rela- tives and friends. She was the recip- ient of many beautiful and useful gifts. Euigene Meckley. of Thomasvilie, and Mis.s Hilda Winand, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Winand, of Hqnipton, were married in York by O. P. Schellhamer on Saturday evening. The bride formerly resided herp and "has been teaching Stouffer's .school in Reading township, outside of this place. BIRTHS June 13, to Jesse Wiseman and wife, formerly Ruth Roland, a son. June 14, to Edgar Grove and wife, formerly 'Mabel Bubb, a son. June 14, to Bert W. Trimmer and wife, formerly Annie E. Hoffman, a son, Roy William. The following persons were visitors on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Ja- cobs, this place: Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobs and two sons, Arnold and Leroy, of Mechanicsburg; Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobs, of Champaign, 111.; and Mrs. Elizabeth Lau and daughter, Maurieta Boyd, Carlisle. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Jacobs, of Gettysburg, were also visitors in the fame home this week. A canary'bird flew into the work room of Wolf's garage, York Springs, one morning recently and began to sing. The vocalist was easily cap- tured and later returned to its own- er, Charles Cassel, York Springs bar- ber. The canary escaped from the Cassel home when the doors were opened while it was being given an hour's freedom in the room. A rally of the Christian Endeavor societies of Adams and Franklin counties will be held in Trinity Lutheran church, Arendtsville, on the evening of June 24; and the follow- ing evening the annual Adams, coun- ty convention will be held in Christ Reformed church, Littlestown. Ralph (Jim) Kennedy and Maurice Bowers returned to York Springs a trip to Philadelphia where they went in search of employment. Bowers expectsi to secure a job at Willow Grove Park later In the month. In Adams county in bounty was paid by the state game commis- sion during the 12 months. This in- cluded for killing 152 gray foxes, for 26 red foxes, and each for killing 727 weasels. Excavations for thb basement ot the new high school building In York Sprlngts have been made by a force of volunteer workmen which in- cluded directors, instructors, patrons, students and alnmni. One day recently E. ,T. Myers, of York Springs, planted toma'o plants in his field. The work of planting was done by a machine and completed in less than a day. Pen Ma" Park is now ready for it's summer season, and while the Park will be open on Saturday, June 22nd, the first fxcursion trains will be op- erated on Sunday. June 23rd. The reporter for the News and wife are under obligations to Jennie ler for a goodly quantity of this year's of a good sice. Mrs. Eugene Lerew, York Springs, has been fluttering from a sevcrt at- tack of Ivy HKKSH IMSBABJIKD IN LOCAL COURTS William Hersh, Gettysburg attor- ney, missing since April 19, the day before numerous petitions charging him with alleged irregularities in connection with the practice ot his profession over a period of nearly twenty years were presented to court, Wednesday was finally disbarred from practice in the Adams county courts and the supreme and superior courts of Pennsylvania. Judge Donald P. McPherson sign- ed the order disbarring Hersh at the conclusion of a hearing in connection with the fugitive attorney's alleged misappropriation of paid to him by 'John A. Kime, near Table Rock, in settlement of a mortgage held against Kime by the Benders- ville 'lodge of Odd Fellows. At Wednesday morning's hearing, which was continued from Monday when several witnesses were heard, W. C. Yeatts, secretary of the lodge, produced the records of the organi- zation, which showed that while Hersh had paid the interest on the mortgage up to 192S, the principal had not been paid. Since Hersh left Gettysburg nearly twenty instances of alleged irregu- larity on his part in the conduct of the legal business of clients have come to light. The censors selected the Kline mat- ter as the basis of proceedings. The sheriff has seized Hersh's real and personal property. A hearing on a rule issued upon Hersh to show cause why he should not be disbarred, held before Judge D. P. McPherson, Monday afternoon, was postponed until Wednesday morn- ing in order to have records of the Bendersville Odd Fellows' lodge in court. The rule on Hersh was issued by the court. April 27, and no answer was filed, according to the commit- tee of censors of the Adams County Bar association, which instituted1 the proceedings. On the committee were Attorneys C. E. Stable, J. Donald Swope and W. Clarence Shcely. The hearing proceedings were bas- ed en a transaction in which John A Kime. near Goldenville. borrowed from the Bendersville lodge ot Odd Fellows through Attorney Hersh twenty-seven years ago. Kime was 'called as the first witness and tolci about borrowing the money from Herfh. giving a mortgage on his farm property. Ten ytars ago, the whness testi- fied, he and his son, Walter Kime, went to Hersh's office to pay off the mortgage, giving a check for and ie'2 50 in cash, thereby paying the principal and interest. Kime, his .-on and Hersh then went to the of- fice of the register and recorder at the court house where the attorney through the motions'" of satis- fying the mortgage entry, Kime tes- tified. Tolls Of Pnymenl The check given by Kime to Horsh and the hitter's receipt for the mon- ey were introduced evidence. Early this year, the trustees of the lodre made demand against him for the principal, Kime said. Walter Kime, the next witness, cor- roborated the testimony of Ins t'atli- jcr. C. G. Tatighinbaugh, register and recorder, was next called and pro- duced the mortgage book, showing that the Kime mortgage had not bem satisfied. There were 'no notations on the margin or near the entry to show that the mortgage was paid as Hersh had told the elder Kime was done. Members of the iBendersville lodge were next called to the stand. D. C, Asper, Roy Peters, H. W. Knouse, noble grand, aad Edward Carson, past treasurer, and member for 55 years, testified1 that the records show that Hersh made the interest payment on the mortgage regularly to April, 1928, but that no entries show that the principal had been paid. Inasmuch as the court considered most of the testimony hearsay, he di- rected that the hearing be postponed until Wednesday, when the secretary of the lodge was directed to be pres- ent with his books from 1918 to the present time. Henry Slonaker, near Abbottstown, was sentenced to serve from to 3 years in the Eastern Penitentiary, Philadelphia, Monday, after Judge McPherson refused his motion for a new trial. Slonaker was convicted of a larceny count, growing out of the theft of chickens in and around Ab- bottstown. Masters Appointed The court appointed masters in the following divorce actions: Freda S. Ebersole against Elmer K. Ebersole, Attorney William L. Meals; E. Wampler against Sadie Buhl Wampler, Attorney Wil- liam Arch McClean, and Katfierine Large McGtorge against Royal Mo- GeorRe, Attorney S. S. Neely. The case against Stew-art P. Meh- ring, Hanover, charged with violating the state inotor vehicle code, was or- dered dropped tor lack of evidence. A bench warrant for the arrest of Roque Groft, McSherrystown, for fail- ure to maintain payments' of a week for the support of his minor son was ordered Issued" by Judge McPherson In court Wednesday. Groft in arrears in payments, according to the bench warrant. Samuel Giovl and James Rlcca, New York, who stole an automobile owned by the- Rev. J. Harold Little, Gettysbvrg. were placed on probatlonf for one year and ordered to pay the costs of '.heir case. Tbfee others, Christian ter Owel and Charles Herrln, charg- ed with larceny of automobile parts, also were placed on probation for one ordered to fttf tlM DOVER ADAMS LJJACUE CHURCH SERVICBB That the. sight of the left eye of Walter Lynn, i-even-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lynn, Dover, will be destroyed as the result of the prong of a pitch-fork penetrating the eye ball, has become almost a cer- tainty. The accident occurred sever- al weeks ago, when the injured lad and his couein, Charles Drawbaugh, were storing hay for the latter's pony at the home of AValter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Drawbaugh. The accident is said to have occur- red when Charles, after placing the fork in a heap of hay, lifted the fork just as Walter stooped over, direct- ty in the path of the upraised fork. Dr. Wentz, York, has been treating the injured optic. In the parsonage of the Salem Lu- theran charge on Saturday evening, Spencer !B. Glatfelter, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Glatfelter, York R.2, and Miss Fannie May, the daughter of Mrs. John L. May, were united in mar- riage. The ceremony, the single ring ceremony of the Lutheran church, was performed by the pastor of the charge, Rev. J. H. Hege, in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jones, of Dover Rl, who attended the bride and bride- groom. The newly-wedded couple will reside at the home of the bride's mother for a time. Klotsch and Kopp, Inc., Dover, have teen granted a charter to deal in poultry and produce. Capital stocvk consisting of 100 shares with a par value of Incorporators, Edward E. Kopp, Dover R4, treasur- er; H. W. Klotsch, Waterloo, and H. F. Klotsch, Dover R4. Mrs. Sarah Jane Hoffman, wife ot Calvin D. Hoffman, died at p. m. Saturday at her home in Dover from the effects of a paralytic stroke. She was aged 62 years, 5 months anil 29 days. The funeral was held Wed- nesday, with services at the house at 10 a. m. and concluding services at the Calvary Lutheran church. Do- ver. Interment took place in Green- mount cemetery, York. Pallbearers: v.-ere Paul and Israel Gros3, Z. Lease. AVilliam Xeiman. E. H. Haas and V'illiam Spahr. Mrs. Hoffman leaves two daughters, Miss Sadie Bucking- ham, at borne; and Mrs. Harry Keel, York; 11 sister. Mrs. Cathryn Miller. Tied Lion: two brothers, Frank Hau- bert Dover, and Henry Haubcrt, resi- dence unknown. At the call of the president. Peter Shellenberger, th. borough coucil met in special ses-vion in the fire engine 'louse on .Monday evening. sec- retary cf th" board received a letter trom the highway department, ask- ing the borough to pass, an ordinance U> the state to erect stop signs "r streets which intersect the main -trcct cf the town. Such an ordi- nance was mads. All members of the bnard were nreselit. Miss Pweitzer. (laughter of Airs. Lizzie Sweitzer. i.- confined to her home by a nervous breakdown. Preparations are under way for the annual Sunday school picni; of Cal- vary Lutheran church, Dover, to be held at li: jokside nark on Sutu afternoon evening. June 22. The Dover bund will furni-h music. The women of the church v.-ill again piv- pare the supper. (lames and contests v, ill be held for the children during the aftcrncon. Elmer Harbold, of Dover, who has been confined to his bed for one year, io now able to sit on a wheel chair. A daughter was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Myers, Do- ver town.shlp. George Xesbit the oldest male resident of Dover, died Wed- nesday morning at the age of 89. Death was caused by infirmities inci- dent to age. He is survived by two George and (Horace, both or Dover. The funeral will be held on Friday with short services at the late home at o'clock, with rites in the Dover Reformed church. Burial will be in Salem cemetery. The Rev. J. Edward Klingaman will con- duct the services. Charles H. Smith, North York, died Wednesday morning in the York hc1-'- pital of a complication of diseases. He was aged 62 years. He leaves his wife: two sons; a daughter, live stepchildren, including Mrs. Otto Nei- man, of Dover R3, Harry Shaft'ner, cf Dover R3; two brothers, Geo. Smith, of Lewisberry, and Maurice Smith, of Rossville; and a sister. SATURDAY'S RESULTS Midway 12, Littlestown 2 New Oxford 4, Biglerville 2 East Berlin 4, York Springs 1 STANDING OF THE CLUBS W. L. PC. 0 1.000 .500 .429 .429 .374 .286 Midway ..................7 East Berlin..............4 4 'Jew Oxford.............3 4 Littlestown ..............3 4 York Springs ............3 5 Biglerville ...............2 5 NEXT SATURDAY'S GAMES Slglerville at Midway New Oxford at East Berlin Littleetown at York Springs East Berlin and York Springs in the two games played between them, one on Saturday and a game on Wednesday evening, broke even, the former in East Berlin being won by the local club with a score of 4 to 1 and the latter fame at York Springs, going to the York Springs boys by a score of 4 to 3. New Oxford and East Berlin will have their first tilt on the coming Saturday at this place and a good game can be looked for as Lieutenant Morrison has been, giving his Pri- vates a good drilling of late and the friendly rivalship that has sprung up between, the two sister towns bida fair for both clubs to do their best. Don't miss this game. ROUTE Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Nell left for the Lutheran annual conference in In- diana. Mrs. Charles Krall, who had been taken to the Harrisburg hospital for treatment, has returned home. Mrs. John Yeager, of Mt. Royal, is spending the week with her sister, Mis. Isaac Myers, at Kralltown. Mrs. Herbert Ebersole and family are spending the week with John Eb- er-ole and wife. Ben. F. Hoopes has returned from Drexel Institute in Philadelphia, and is taking a gocd hot air sweat in the hay field on his father's farm. Farmers are busy making hay but are comewhat handicapped by labor shortage yet everybody is complain ini; of scarcity of work in shop and lactory. Geo. D. Wagner and W. D. Gibb; and family attended the Hinkel re" union at Xew Oxford on Sunday. Elmer Wagner and wife, of Ober lin. were week-end visitors with his lather. Gee. D. vr. Wagner. vr. D. Gibbs is building a new nnrch to hi.-; house. Bauni and Son are (he contractors. Immt at Holtisekwam The Holy Communion will be' ad- ministered Sunday morning by Rev. Edw. V. Strausbaugh. Litkermn Preaching by the Pastor, Rev. Psml lladfelter, at Abbottstown SuBday morning and at East Berlin In the. yvening. of the Brethren Services in the Latimore meeting. house. Reformed Hampton at 10 a. m, New Chester at 2 p. m. Red Run, Children's Day service at p. m. Sunday School lesson: "A Pealdi off Praise." A supper is planned to be held at Xew Chester, Saturday evening Jane. 22nd. A number of friends from vi- cinity of Mt. Zkm and Mywstown, Lebanon -county called at the Re- formed parsonage on Sunday: Shirk and Miss Viola Webbett, George Yiengst and Miss Irene Rudy, aid -Miss Elsie E. Shirk. A. B. Sftirk baa been teaching English and Latin in the High school at Defiance, county for the last two years.. Rev. Houtz and family called on friends at Reading last week. The Red Run Sunday School picnic- will take place in Hoffman's grove on Saturday, Aug. 10th. Emmanuel Reformed church, services: Church. School 9 a. m., Service of worship 7 p. m. Sermon subject: "Have you seen the Everybody wel- come. Come and join with us. in. praising Him who is responsible for our being and for all the things that we possess which make life pleasant., enjoyable and worth living. PLEASANT GATHERING .HTLHEKKV Mrs. A. W. Wolgamiith, who has been ill, is able to be up and about again. The beard of education of trn has elected the follow- ing teachers: Aspers, J. C. Leathery; Airy Hill. K. A. Brown; Blue Hill, J. CIcrmniu Smith; ifiig Dam, C. W. Darrens, vacant; Darr'e, Blanche Joseph; Danner's, J. M. An- ;hony; Gochenour's, G. E. Deardorff; X'mmel's. Mabel E. Wallace; Krall- icwn, Roy H. Bubb; Mine Bank, va- cant. Mrs. P. A. Xagle, of this place ac- companied W. A. Sinner and family, rf East Berlin, on a visit to her daughter and family, .Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Freed, at Stony Brook. Children's Day service at Red Run on Sunday evening at o'clock. A lengthy program will be rendered. The following gathered around the old cherry tree at "Fore.st View Egg, the home of O. G1. Mummert, Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Harlac- er and son Wade, Ray Smith, Ray Swartz. .Mr. and Mrs. William Wentz, and daughter Betty Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse AV. Forney and sons Ger- old and Merle and Miss Annie Har- lacher, all of Hanover; Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Brown and daughter Dotty, of York; Harold H. Harlacher and Miss -Mary Louise Harlacher, of El Paso, Texas; .Mr. and .Mrs. R. W. Miller, of Perry County; Miss Helen Detter, of Bermudian; Donald Spangler, Camp Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Julius and family, Billy, Glenn, Naomi, John. and Paul, of Mulberry; J. Walter and larian W. Harlacher, Mr. and Mrs. Farmer S. Harlacher and daughter U.-retha. and Mr. and Mr.'. O. G. Mum- mert and daughter Helen, York, and t all gathered around a lawn, supper. Stepping in front of an automobile while crossing the Siisqtiehanna trail in front of her home in Logan- ville, Wednesday, Mrs. Su.Qan Good- ling, 59. wife of James A. Goodling, was instantly killed. The car which Mrs. Goodling was drivtn by P. J. Roche, 52, Dallastown merchant, lie has been exonerated of blame, Edward McXeilly. 48 years old, of Sevard. died from a heart attack on Tuesday evening, after being over- come by thp heat while working on the new highway being built between C'len Rook and Hanover. According to fellow-employes, McXeilly suffered a gredt deal from the heat while at work Tuesday. Becoming ill Sunday night while riding in an automobile with Mr. and Mrs. Otto W. Strom, friends, Mrs. Sophia Harbold, widow of Christian J. Harbold, York, went to her room and was found dead in her bed. Death resulted1 from oerrbral apoplexy. The woman was aged 72 years. On Monday evening of last week the Business and Professional Girls club of York Springs served a din- ner to the Rotary club of the battle- field town. Forty-five members of the club attended. Receipts were The body ot a female child, pre- maturely born, according to indica- tions, was found near Olen Rock in a branch of the Cotlorus creek, lodgfd between some protruding rocks, by four children, Monday morning. A severe fall down two steps on the porch at the home of her son Reu- ben F. Strayer, York, Thursday, re- sulted fatally to Mrs. William A. Strayer, 83 years old. The aged wo- man sustained injuries which super- induced a cerebral hemorrhage and caused her death Friday. John- Sipe, Y. Springs, patient at the Warner hospital, Gettysbuifc, was discharged from that institution Wednesday. Mrs. A. P. Myers. York Springs, has recovered from a severe attack of neuritis. Mrs. George Deatrick, York Springs, is able to be out after a. recent ill- ness. Guy Tanger, York Springs, has pur- chased a Pontiac sedan. I't BLIC SALE fhcnlng, June 22, 1929 The undersigned will sell at pub- lic sale at his residence in Hampton the following personal property: Good portico with floor and extra good brackets; colonnade, all com- plete; stairway. In good shape: large lot of window frames, sash and glass, four glass to a window and 12 glass to a window; shutters and blinds; good chimney slate; doors and frames, doors with glass, one extra heavy, suitable for business place; boards, 2x4's, 2x6's, heavy girder; roofing slate, slate irotv. spouting, elbows; about 1.000 solid bricks, oth- er offalls, forks and shovels; Port- land sleigh, farm bell and fixtures; Ifi-tooth drag harrow; some smoked meat by the Ib.; lard by the lb.; large feed box, one cast-iron hog trough, fi feet long; some good fence posts and fence braces; 2 chimney cement slabs; form for cement milk trough; carpet by the yard; linole- um by the yard; revolver that found in this building when torn down; and many other articles not herein mentioned. Sale starts promptly at 6 o'clock. Take a few hours and come for bar- gntna. A credit will be given on all sums of or more. GEO. C. R1MHEL. Wm. Knsor, Anet. Hartman, Clerk. Hampton, PH. AD.HIKK Edward Linebaugh took a truck- lead of poultry to Baltimore last week and is paying 31 cents for eggs. Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Spahr visited" W. H. Maul, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ruth, of York, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ruth visited Mr and Mrs. Claude Stover, Sunday noon. Willis C. Stambaugh, of Adilire, is a candidate for assessor for Dover township. John Keller, Jr., Tuesday trucked his baby steer to the Lancaster Beet Show. After the show it will be sold at auction. Meriam Fissel and Estella Gross have returned home from school. George Brown has put a new root- on the Paul Bish barn. W. J. Craumer, Abbottstown FordT dealer, disposed of the following; cars during the past week: To Dr. T_ C. Miller, coupe; Faris Reichart, pha- eton; Paradise Rectory, Father O- Callahan, Edward Hartman, s-edan; Fred Altland, roadster; Emo- ry Stambaugh, sedan; John Trone, ae- dan; and Harry Stock, truck. The 40th annual Reformed church reunion will be held at Pen-Mar on July IS. The principal speaker will be Rev. Dr. Henry I. Stahr, of Han- over. His subject will be "What Ida Church Means to Me." Miss Frances Hollinger has return- ed to Abbottstown from where she tiuight the past winter. CLASSIFIED ADVS. or two men for two or three weeks to help with hay anA rain; good wages. It-pd O. C. REYNOLDS, POLICIO DOG FOR years old; safe for children. A nfce one. JACOB EMIG. K-pd. Abbottstown, Pa. FOR SALE 8-year-old mare. weighs about Ib.. works any- where, good single-line leader, Breed Horse, price Alw 1V4 tons good mendow hay, bated, for muit be moved before June ISUt. All above on my fruit farm between Berlin and Berntudlan. any day. D. R. BROWN, East Berlin, R. D. No. 4. FOR Onlbransen playor nte- no, like new. Cheap to aalck tmyw. AL14SM LKHMAN, HI. for HOTEL AMottrttwa,   

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