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East Berlin News (Newspaper) - February 14, 1930, East Berlin, Pennsylvania IF IT'S NOT IN THE NEWS TT DIDN'T HAPPEN AROUND HERE EAST BERLIN NEWS AND BIGLERVILLE NEWS THE HEWS COVERS EAST BERLIN AND VICINITY LIKE THE DEW VOL. 4. New Service iPinchot Not Disposed S. S. Lewis Announces Oppose S. S. Lewis That He Ts_Candidate It has been observed that the new Star Route No. 10708. between York! LOCAL NEWS The East Berlin band had a 12 per cent membership attendance at rehearsals during the month of De- cember and a 79 per cent attend- ance during January and will be and East Berlin, which was adver in good shape for the coming sum- j tised some time, became operative to nis friends that he is not disposed 01 no mer engagements. as of Monday morning. February 10. to be a candidate for governor of The supervisors of Paradise Tne mail carried from York to Pennsylvania against Samuel EAST BERLIN, PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY DEATHS PER YEAR Cyrenus P. Myers AjfH. Extension JAMES II MYERS i The funeral of James Markers (ioing To Florida CHURCH SERVICES Assn. Nominates February 16 Former Governor Gifford Pinchot, Samuel S Lewis, former state Former Chnernoi urn auditor Roneral. has Myers, who died at p. m. Fri 1 O kiticBl article which apeared in the announced his candidacy for the I day at the homo of his brother, rarminR. Pxpecl to start Harrisburg Telegraph, has intimated I Republican nomination for Jpsso A Myers Ml Ah.y was 1 ngxt wppk an exten township were granted permission to levy a road tax of 20 mills for The mail Thomasvile and Abbottstown on the ol York Mr Asked about reports that he was S. pic paring to circulate his nominal- Pinchot told on Monday. Briet services with mends during a recent visit petition.s Lewis said 1 1930 regular passenger bus ot the Adams Harrisburg. according to the writer Harrv March is buvina up a car- I Transit company, leaving York at of the article, that his scouts had tSsledI cS a. which is met by a spe- found Lewis take to Montgomery county and bus from East Berlin at Abbotts- lof organization it endeavor to sell. town Through this arrangement nol be 130ssible to defeat it. Dr. Eugen Elgin, to whose efforts in a great extent can be credited the State's part in the building of the road from the East Berlin-Ab- instead of a. m. as formeily. emulation in co i held wore conducted at the home further services in the Mt. Evangelical church The Giant Seslert, ot RoV ed the- P.iui.il Mr. and Mr.s Cyrenus F Myers, in At a meeting of the nominating confcmttee ol the York County Agri- held 1 offices of Farm Agent G. G. in the Federal building. fc. 1 celebration ot their retirement from for Florida extended trip to i next enjoy the balmy air and warm at- Airv mosphere oi that much sought Rov. southern state in winter Mr Myers Federal York, on Saturday afternoon, offi- Chunh of the Brethren Services in the Hampton and Lat- imorp meeting houses on morning at the usual hour A series of meetings will begirt cers for the association were noms- Sunday evening in the Latimore nated They are President E. N. meeting house under the minister- bottstown highway out by Mum- mert's meeting house so far as com- pleted, was in Harrisburg last week the first early mail and papers ar- some ol Governor Pinchofs East Berlin at a. m. friends would not be surprised to again see him a candidate lor United Slates senator. rlve It is also understood that this arrangement also affords an early passenger connection from Gettys- PERSONAL urging the state, at the request of East the Hamilton township supervisors, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Strausbaugh. to complete the road on over to New Oxford a.m. The Ladies' Aid society of the I East Berlin Lutheran church con- IN tiff 16 ducted an eating stand at the sale TJlltler Bail of 'Cyrenus Myers, Paradise town- ship on Tuesday and despite the Berlin, arriving in East Berlin at Qf Waynesboro and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bollmger, of Gettysburg, passed Sunday with J M. Rider and family Mrs. Jennie Strausbaugh return- ed to J. M Rider's on Sunday from fact that Mr. Myers served a free sale dinner and that there were three other eating stands doing bu- siness, realized a return of The famous Dixie Four, that are heard so often over the WHP radio cit music and entertainment in Wavnesboro where she visited a James Nagle. Franklintown. ar- _-ith her son, j. D rested last week after being a fugi- Itw tive for a year, was bond for York county April court, released under Strausbaugh. at the Mr. and Mrs Charles Zelgler. John N. Mrs. LeRoy Ztigler and sou. Junior. ..Kilgorc. Delia: vice president. M. c'.', ial supervision of the Rev. Albeit good wife conducted I Crone Wellsville- secretary T G Hollinger, of Kindersley, Canada. iMl was in the nne Urm. located about a mile Cooke; Dillstaurg.' treasurer, D' A. spend the winter in his Qu.ker meeting house ennotorv. on the Lincoln Miller, Rod Lion The officers will native locality. The meeting will ne-ir Wellsvillo. Mr Mvers loaves ul fm- elecnnn -.t the continue indefinitely three brothers Lev is Mvors Ross- highwav. lor a number oi years and be piesented foi election ..t tne _____ nun uiiniRis. i-t IMM-IS. r- I meeting ot the association on Thurs- ville: Myers ol Harrisburs, we wish them all the pleasure pos- ancl Jesse A. Myers, near Ml Airy. sibie and two sisters Mrs M .1 Rine- hart and Mrs Morv A. Sipe, ot Har- n.sburu. The deceased was a bach- elor day morninn in the auditorium of their well deserved holi- lne Majta temple, York days. Mr. and Mrs John Hoke are The nominating committee is com- takmii charge ol the larm posed ot H. M Anderson. New Park; ________________ E Rentxel. Dovei. and W. Hoover. Wellsville Proposed Change In Bus Operation MARRIAGES Curvin Bortner. son of Mr. and Howard Bortner. Glen Rock, or cuny pr Nagle is his bondsman. Nagle is Harrisburg. called on Mrs. Noah charged with illegal possession and Sell. Friday afternoon. SAMUEL S. LEWIS MISS KATHERINE GROVE Miss Kathenne Grove eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Daniel H Grove died at the residence, near it has been rumored chat the Ad- j Doardorff's mill. Saturdav morning, i ams Transit Company. Inc with its j after an illness of seven months mam office at East Berlin, is con- Death was caused bv mlection of templatins radical changes in the j anc) Miss Elsie Mae Winand. daugh- the head which affor'tpri the brain operation of its route between Han- ancl spine For en weeks Miss over and Carlisle. Grove had undergone treatment at The route, according to rumor, the University hospital, Philadel- has been losing the company a neat phia. taut was removed to her home sum of money each year, the com- at 'Dillsbure seven weeks She pany having been operating a larger was aped 19 years She is surviv- bus than necessary for the accom- ?d bv her parents, the following modation of its passenger patrons, brothers and sisters Glenn Doroihy to quite a bit of heavy freight Mao, Ralph. Daniel. Mervin. Clair. beina. thrust upon the bus This Holtzschwam The Rev. E. V. Strausbaugh will hold services Sunday afternoon. Lutheran Services Sunday morning m Ab- i bottstown and in the evening iit i East Berlin by the pastor. home of Mrs. Rachael Pentz, East Berlin, on Sunday afternoon, Crist and Hal Pentz. two of its members. are sons of Mrs. Pentz, They are now living in York and go to Har- risburg on the nights they are heard on the air. A number of neighbors also gathered in the home of Mrs. Pentz to also enjoy the oc- casion. The School Directors Association of Adams county will convene in the high school auditorium at Get- tysburg today (Friday) in the in- terest of "Better Schools." The East Berlin school board expects to have representatives present. The East Berlin grammar school will give an entertainment in the P. O. S. of A. hall, East Berlin, on Friday evening, March 7th, at 8 o'clock. Further particulars will be Riven later. The condition Mrs. Catherine Butt, widow of John Butt, Hanover, formerly of East Berlin, who was taken suddenly ill at the home of her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hartmftn, Hanover, is unchanged. The'Ladies' Aid society of Trin- ity Lutheran church will hold a saner kraut and pork and a chicken supper in Red Men's hall, this place, on Saturday, Feb. 22. Birdes E. Jacobs, chief burgess of East Berlin, was one of the pall- bearers at the funeral of Mrs. Peter Stambfiugh at Hanover on Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Joseph, New Cumberland, announce the birth of a daughter on Feb. 1. Mrs. Bessie Joseph, this place, is the grand- mother of the little daughter. saie of liquor The charge grew out, Henry Gise and sister. Miss Alice 01 tne of the fatal injury to David Speck, Gise. Elizabethtown, called on their who fell from a retaining wall at t sister, Mrs. Laura Hykes. and broth- 19. the first day on Mlnam anrt Dale. an pt home: and freight apparently is destined only may bo legally cir- her grandparents. Mr. ancl Mrs. to Hampton and York Springs, this I Oliver W. Bentz, Dillsbure. She forcing the company to operate the lover's octuuvei a a retaining wan m sister, ivirs. jjama HB Big Dam on Feb- er, George Gise. Sunday afternoon.! "Are you gom gto file them, ne wag a member of PranicUn Luther-] iarger vehicle on its through run :_ _ .....__, was Queried RiinHnv Rphnril The tlannvnT- tn WhiCh ruary 16, 1929, while under the in- fluence of liquor alleged to have Mrs. Minnie Smith and son and and Mr. and Mrs. Charles been Niles. serman. THE SICK you put on such 1 Bowser, at Sunday was the scene of a pleasant gather- t icai Sltuation regarding the gov- an church nnd Sunday school The from Hanover to Carlisle, which funeral was conducted from the causes heavy expense especially from with light is understood that from Febru- ary 15. on the company will cease to operate a bus which will accom- refused to further discuss the poht- I Dlllsburg Lutheran church, officiat- modate freight and will substitute Reformed New Chester at 10 a. m. Hampton at 2 p. m. Sunday School lesson: Healing and "Jesus ter of Mr and Mrs. George Winand, Dover R4. were married Saturday Emmanuel Reformed church, Ab- evening by the Rev Dr. O P. Schell- bottstown. Sunday Services: Church hamer at his residence, in York. School 9 a. m.; Service of worship The ring ceremony was used. There were no attendants. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs Bortner left for Miami Beach, Fla. On their return they will re- side near Glen Rock. Messenger. His "Take Wholesome Barren's services were held in church. Interment was made in the adjoining cemetery. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr Lewis whose home is in York, Rgv G A Livingston pastor of the Mrs. Amanda Haar is bedfast at'' ing. the incoming of a number of ern0rship. in its place a light car for the ac- commodation of passengers, mail MTS ArnailUtt xaaai i COmiTlOUlLUUU ui the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. relatives being in celebration of the when asked if his decision to run MRg JQHN E FIRESTONE i d parceis only. It is understood L Slothour in this place and her i birthday of his father. Andrew, meant he would be the running 1 Bowser, and also of his daughter. mate of senator Joseph R. Grtindy, Miss Dorothy Rachael, the birth- who has already announced he will days of the grandfather and grand- be a candidate for the senatorial condition is serious. John E. Anthony, local postmas- ter, who is lying sick at the home of his son, Guy Anthony, at York, is Mrs. Elmira Firestone, wife of John E. Firestone died at her home at Franklintown. at o'clock, a daughter coming but one day apart nominatiOn in May. Lewis said sim- Saturday ter lUness that the company has taken this step as the only alternative for the further continuance of any service at all WISE Charles Spangier. son of Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Spangier. Rossville, and Miss Mildred Wise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wise. York, were married on Friday afternoon in the Lutheran church parsonage, Ross_- ville, by the Rev. F. D. Sutton. After the ceremony the couple left on a wedding trip to St. Louis, Houston and Brownsville. Texas, and North Mexico. Upon ther return they will reside in Rossville. where Mr., Spangier is the junior member of the firm of C. U. Spangier and Son. 7 p. m. The preacher will be Dr. Paul S. Leinbach, editor of the Re- formed Church subject will be Food or You will not want to miss this opportunity to hear Dr. Leinbach. Come and bring your friends. There will be no meeting or the Catechetical class on Sunday ng. Next meeting Feb. 23rd. dur- ng the Sunday School hour. Hampton Brethren church next Sunday at a. m. niS 5U11. VJUV Jlliuittflljr. i reported as somewhat worse. He! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orndorff ply: is said to be growing weaker and and son, Robert, of Hanover, were, -j am n candidate for governor, that ooiates are being constantly visitors on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Elected Twice to Office given him to alleviate the pain. j E H. Murphy. Lewis is a familiar figure in state Mrs Ezra Brown is slowly grow-' The Rev. Albert Hollinger and j political circles. On two occasions _ AflfC 11__.____ n ctarp- 1 of twenty weeks. The deceased was confined to bed two weeks, and death was caused by a complica- tion of diseases. Mrs. Firestone was aged 64 years. She was a mem- ber of Franklintown Uniied Brcth- BIRTHS part of the household work in her, home. Mrs. George W. Lillich, Abbotts- town, has been confined to the house by illness. young son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Danner, Hanover, a daughter. Ruth I. Mrs. Danner. before marriage, was Miss and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Slaybaugh, of jn 1921 and state treasurer in were recent visitors of Mrs. He. retired from the latter office last following brothers and sisters stir- Mr ancl Mrs clair D. Reigle. vive: John Hess, Mrs. Laura Shope Hanover. a daughter. Nancy Louise. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Murphy, ac--I eral's office. burg. R. D.; Mrs. Harry Mr and Mrs Raymond Swartz- merly of Berlin Junction, fas con-, fined to the house by illness. ill. Miss Jean Hogue. York Springs.' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klepper. of' the lecislature passed the measure b attack Of t0n- Boiling Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. increasing the tax despite Lewis Clyde Miller of Abbottstown. were fight. That difference widened the Mrs C F Myers York recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Guy breach between the governor IVllS. f- J. I I _..... t____J__l__1 j T tt-nc n-iomUr VPHTV1 is suffering from a severe cold. is suffering from an silitis. His opposition to the four cent Enola: and Miss Carrie Hess- Har'! baugh. Edgewood Arsenal. Md., a I gasoline tax during the 1929 son< George Henry. Mrs. Swartz- I StcltG, i 1 Franklmtown Lutheran church. In- terment was made in Barren's cem- etery. Rev. W. I. Kauffman. Do- ver, former pastor of Franklintown United Brethren church, officiated. Charles A. Martin, son ot Mrs. Ella Freed, and Miss Cathalene Smith, daugtiter of Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Smith, formerly of New Oxford were married by the -Rev. Father James A. Huber, rector of St. Jo- seph's Catholic church. Hanover, on Saturday evening in the rectory o! the church. They were attended by John Sheely and Geraldine Smith Mr. and Mrs. Martin will reside with the bridegroom's mother and step father, Mr and Mrs. William Freed Hanover. York Sprints Lutheran York School a. m., Preaching service a. m. Lower School p. m.. Preaching service p. m. Chestnut School a. mi governor and other political leaders Albright and household. and Lewis and was mainly responsible Rev. C. L. Baker attended a board for the governor's opposition to Lewis' candidacy. Lewis will be 55 years old next there "by the Rev. Grant Group. [Monday. He is married and has Mr. and Mrs. John Gise and two daughters meeting of the Elizabethtown col- lege on Tuesday. He was taken HOWARD KING Funeral services over the body of Howard King, husband of Mary J. King, who died Wednesday, were held Saturday morning at her marriage was Miss Clara Kerriean, Hanover POVLTKYMEN'S MEETING ADAMS ALLOTMENT FOR STATE AID ROADS The State allotment for State aid in the building of township roads in Adams county Just made is S75.776.2G. Many townships in the county are seeking the advan- tages thus offered by the state and while it is impossible for the state to comply with all the petitions re- ceived at once, they are carefully filed and receive attention in turn, it being the intent of this branch ol die state highway department to as fa.st as possible get the "farmer out of the mud" and give him solid :md substantial roads to the main highways The proposition of the state is fair in the extreme, obligating itself to pay 75 per cent of the construc- tion of township roads while the county commissioners share with with the townships the remaining 25 per cent. DAVIDSBURG Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Miller enter- tained at dinner Sunday in ".lonor j daughter. Thelma, of near Holtz- of Mr. and Mrs. Percy May, Mr. schwam, were visitors Sunday in the and Mrs. Claude May and sons, home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lerew. Robert and Donald, H. A. May. Mrs sarah Kennedy, widow of j Don't fail to take advantage of Traub officiated. The pallbearers Clarence May, Elmer May. Dorothy Dr Thomas Kennedy who practiced I the free movie pictures and treaties were Henry King. Harry M King. Mr and Mrs. George Rodkey and May, Grace May, Annie May. and medicme at Bermudian for so many on the raising ot chicks together Lewis King. Seth Hershey. Kenneth smali daughter returned to then- Mr, and Mrs. Edward Eisenhooth years accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. I with a general education along i Lauer and EUvood Latter. Inter- home in East Berlin last week after and children Edward and Margaret. Amos' pentz. all of Shiremanstown. poultry lines that will be exhibited ment was in Holtzschwam ceme- a six-weeks' stay in Thomasville Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stauffer were visitors Sunday of Mrs. ui the P. O. S. ol A hall. East Ber- tery. where occupied the home of Roy Bixler, Hanover R. D. 2, and "Bcrwager. j Miss Myrtle Shelter, daughter of 1 a daughter. Betty, Mr- and Mrs- William Shelter, Han- i over, were united in marriage at the MTand Mrs Curtis C. Topper, I West Manheim Lutheran parson- H-mover Fcb 1 a daughter. Rose j age. Saturday evening by the Rev. rcu. i, uaub A M Hollinger_ Mr and Mrs Bixler will reside at the home of the bride's parents. Christine. M. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Feeser, York, on Feb. 6. a son, named. James Robert, and weight, six and one-fourth pounds. Mrs Feeser be- j o'clock at the residence. G18 West Princess street, York. Rev Dr. W. H. Feldman and Rev. Dr W. H. RETURN FROM TEXAS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. George E. Deatrick, of York Springs, announce the mar- riage of their daughter. Frankie, to Wildcat Attacks Man In The Conewago Hills A story was brought .to York Sat- urday W ft mmhrtiitneer farmer from Conewago township of an at- tack by a wildcat on a motorist sev- eral days ago in the Conewago hills near Andersontown. It is the first time that residents in that vicinity have heard of a wildcat making pn attempt to attack a man. although there have been times when these mountain fellows' made raids on livestock on the farms in Conewago and Warrington townships. Authority for the story of the al- leged attack is Jonas Anderson, who lives on a farm along the Big Cone- wago creek close to Andersontown. Anderson related the story of the at- tack and recited the details in the office of Alderman Stager in the presence of Constable Fickes, a York newspaper reporter and a woman visitor. Anderson said that the attack took place along a deso- spent Sunday evening at the home j RaChael in this place. lin. Mondav evenina. February 17th. Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. near Davidsburg. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Burt Hoffman, George Condon, of Carnp In our advertising columns will be Hill has been visiting Mrs. Eugene found a pood exposition of the Elgin. during their visit to the Rio Grande event. Turn to it and read it care- Mrs. George Hively were: Raymond Mrs David Sell, who had spent i fully. Mr Farmer and Mr. Poultry- Hively, Mrs. Katie Witmer. Mr. and i tne wjnter with her sister-in-law, man. Mrs. Harvey Keller and Mr. and Ml.g Noari Sell, this place, returned Mrs. C. C. Gruver. all of York, and to her home m York, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Buehler and Mr and Mrs chauncey OrndorfT JACOB P. RAFFENSPERGER Jacob P. Raffensperger, 85. a re- j valley. Texas. Bosires Mr. H. and tired farmer, died at his home in wafc "the party consisted of the for- Gettysburp on Thursday mornins: i mcr's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Au- after an illness of several weeks i sustus Hamme, of York. Dr. from a complication of diseases Hamme. a brother of the latter For many years before he retired acntleman and a former practition- from farming 25 years ago. Mr. of Dover, has located in that Mr and Mrs Walter Ernev were Raffensperger lived on the Culp Texas and it was with him farm on the battlefield He was a (hc party visited We understand Thomas A. Pedan. of Kingston. N. iate country road. Grant Holler- Y. The ceremony was performed I bush, a resident of Andersontown, at the M. E. parsonage. Ellicott was driving his machine along the City. Md.. Nov. 30, 1929, by the Rev. road. according to" Anderson's J. A. Sternart. The bride is a senior rela'ted to him by Hollerbush nurse m John Hopkins hospital, himself, when the attack occurred. Baltimore. Mr. Pedan is on the ed- The road was almost impassable M'rs" Lawrence Hamme ltonal staff of the American Asso- owing to snowdrifts and Hollerbush's DOVER daughter. Ethel, York New Salem. and daughter. York, called on Mirs. _........_. Square dances are being held Jane Urich. Sunday afternoon. 'serenaded' by a group of young J T _, every Tuesday night in the Inde-i Miss MyerSi a nurse in DeoDle on Friday evening, at the son of lho lato Martin and Lydia I Lawrence Hamme was much pleas- _____i__i i_ _ 11 13 -I n-nc lirinv1 4i__t-i. n ITn 11 i pendent hall. .training at St Josephs hospital. home of Mr.s Alvm Erney Mrs i Raftensperqer, and was born near j od wlth thc Rlo Grande Valley but Irene Rider returned to her home i Lancaster. spent Sunday afternoon Erney before her marriage on Jan- i Heidlersburg. Surviving are the thp father is not so sure he would j in Columbia after spending a week ftf the homp of ncr parents. Mr. t] 25 a, Hagcrstown, Maryland, widow, whose maiden with her aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Mack- d M M ison. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gruver. York, 1 was Miss Morgaret Shipley, dauuh- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Myers and tcr Of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shipley, Leonard, this place, and Mr. Dover R D Mr and Mrs Erney nnme was Miss Roseanna Havcrstock. nnd 2 sons and 5 daughters, including Mrs. Jonas Routsong. Bendorsxille: Mrs prefer it to Pennsylvania. JOHN FfLLERTON ciated Press. He is located at Al- machine was swaying from one side bany. N. Y. This romance had its t Of the road to the other, brushing inception when the bridegroom was against mountain shrubbery and the admitted to Johns Hopkins hospital drooping limbs of trees. Hollerbush. at a patient a couple of years ago according to Anderson, noticed that and the bride was appointed as his there were peculiar noises coming nurse. They will reside at Kings- .from the driver's side of his machine. ton. He believed the strange noises to have been caused by limbs striking against the body and top of his car. Miss Jane Baumgardner, daughter but when they continued after he of Mr. and Mr.s. David Baumgard- had passed the trees, he gave a nor. and Milton E Pottorff. son of glance to his left side. Mr. and Mr.s. Milton H. Pottorff, i AS he turned around he saw a fe- i Hanover, were united in marriage rocious looking animal springing re- Thursday evening in the parsonage i peatedly againsf the side of the car. Dir's IN of lno Fll'-st- United Brethren church Hollerbush wa'- frightened, but his _ ______ visited tile latter's father. J. H. and Mfs WUson Mycrs and family, arc employed m the Dover ci-a-- lac- Cyrus Wolt. of Abbottstown A sister. Gross, and Mr. and Mrs George KralUown were entertained at dm- tory Thev will icside with the'11 grandchildren bv 'he Rev Georce C Dauchertv. and two great- Altland. A resident recently complained to The Bounair band presented a brother Harvey Myers, and family. ner Sunday at the home of their bridegroom s parents for the pres- grandchildren also of the tardiness of Reading town- snip in seeking and taking advan- well received concert Saturday evening. The Oriole band, this i near town. On December 28. Miss Beatrice- HATHPYN F OPOVF of this opportunity for better- j place, will render the music for the The funeral of John R. Fullerlnn who was found dead in his '-oom at Newark, N. J. will be held from the home ot his uncle. R O DON'T THE presence of mind directed him to continue his car in motion. As the driver approached a farm house the MINSTRKL SHOW animal disappeared, retracing its steps in the- road in the direction of is applied for. according to his .statement. He fears other town- place, was removed from her home to the West Side sanitarium for Mr. and Mr.s. M. L. Slothour and Dentler, granddaughter of Mr. and daughters. Frances and Pauline, this i Mr.s C. A. Brown. Davidsburg. be- of Mr and Mr.s. Danirl II. Grove, mill The deceased auod 43 ins the road conditions of that j fair Saturday evening. place, were entertained at dinner came the bride of Joseph A. Tay- died Saturday mornmu at her home years. Ho is .sumved by his moth- township only one road so far hav- Mrs. Robert Kauffman. near this Sunday at the home of Mr. and lor. son of Mr and Mr.s. Joseph J. in Latimore township, from compli- er, Mr.s C Fullorton. and a broth- _rs. Paul Wolf, Abbottstown. s. Taylor, of this place T'.io core- i cations. She was aued 10 years, or. William E. Fullorton. both re- Callers at th'o home of Mr. nnd monyWas performed in Lancaster. Miss Grove had been ill since last sidmc with Mr Smith The tuner- Mrs. H. E. Serff, this place, Sunday They nre residing in Davidsburg July and underwent a number of al will be held Fndav attcmoon at afternoon wore A. L. Serf! and son, Mr and Mrs Emory Kisonhooth operations Surviving besides her i.uo o'clock Bui ial will be in.uk- Ai, h ramn in the South mountains i Samuel, and the' latter's wife ancl entertained at a birthday dinner on parents are six brothers and three m the Friends' mooting hou.sr ceni- commumu. Tick- of York county. Hollerbush believes enSvoJfl roit lwo childron- Mr "id Sunday m honor of the hitler's sisters a.s fo.lows: Glenn. Ralph, .tcry. near WrllsuHe Funeral an.mal was driven to des- where they enjoyed a goose toast. MrR Julcs SpUlman ftnd son. Paul, brother. Harry Hollingor. nephew, Harold. Melvin. Clair. Dale, Dorothy, rector C Henry Quickol. of Dover Fob 18th and daughter Elizabeth, York. Carl Hollmger. daughter. Mrs. Earl May and'Miriam Grove. Her grand- n D. 'J. has charge ot ar- __ Mr. and Mrs. John Anthony. York, Dennies. and RranddauRhter, Glen- parents. Mr and Mrs Oliver ranp.fmonts Sunday afternoon with the da Dennios. Dillsburg, also survive. .ships, more wide-awake in so doing, i treatment. will receive preference through their A number of people Irom this prior applications. i vicinity motored to the Dover cloer WHAT'S IN A NAME? Mr. and Mrs. Raymond In the hearing of a liquor case, i Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Smyscr and Lieut Hurley D. Blodgett of the family visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward ice squad was asked the name Of Zinn. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Rudisill spent Sunday with her daughter. Mis. E- I lho owner of a reputed speakeasy T think he replied. you counsel queried. -Thats the name I've been told." j and daughter visited thc returned the lieutenant. latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. you sure of defense I A. RafTenspergcr. Edgar, son of Mr. and Mrs John Myers, this place. i E. May. near Dover, has boon suf- Mcrton Himes and Aaron Jacobs, forinp, with a severe ease of ton- Mr. Reuben Hoffman spent Saturday evcnmg silliHs. father, Emanuel Hoffman, Sunday. Aro vou suro of insisted the Mr. and Mrs. Claude May and ,-nnsri' i children, Donald and Robert, visited I'm just as sure of it as I can be Mr. and Mr.s. Robert Sun- ol any ot the names of those day. Lieutenant Blodgett. They're liable to go under any kind nt nrimea There's one down on near York. Col mbus avenue who has signed I Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Miller visi ed hisTaw by the name of 'fiddle Mr. and Mrs Claude May, Friday Mr and Mrs. Ira RafTensprrKer Hanover, spent the werk-end spent Sunday with Archie Kohr. with Mrs. StaufTor's mother. Daisy Rrsser. this place. Feb Jl. to sivo a hieh class the animal that he is certain that minstrel show m the P. O. S of A. the animal tlrSyyr utetaoetaom hall The personnel will consist of it, was a wildcat He estimated the 34 char ictor.s with comodv acts and animal to weigh close to 50 pounds singing Tin- .show is bem.g staged and its markings were distinctly dil- ior the benefit ot the East Berlin lerent Irom those of a bob cat, band. The band urges the support which are known to inhabit sections of York county. Hollerbush believes that the animal was driven to des- peration in search ot tood owing to the deep snows in the mountains YRKNTS MVKKS HOLDS near Andersontown. It reported LARGT ri'BLIC SALE l that several farmers in that vicinity i in recent weeks saw the same wild The public sale of Cvromts Mv- cat. ors on Tuesday in Paradise town- A farmer recently reported t.hr .ship is said to boon one ot killing of two sheep which, appnr- tho largest in attendance witnessed ontly, had been attacked by a wild- tor years in this section, it being cat. Thoro wns evidence on I r T ostimatod tint several thousand parts of the carcasses that the s. Wesley Wolf, at the church. The program con- was a daughtor of John and Mary Glrnn ol llano, or and one sister of devotional oxorcisos by EJHamm Zartmun and ,s s nvued also ,n one brothr- John coiiSKlonng that so death. It also reported that four and F. by Adnms ,-ve sisters M MRS MATJNDA L BATI? GRANT T BKLL MRS CALVIN J MTTMMKRT Onint R mlhpr ;U for Mrs. Roso Ann Mummort. wifo of 30 years, died Wednesday from Calvin J. Mummort, Hanover, died a .stroke ot apoplexy at at York i lnp lamer ;niu mothers classes Wednesday niehl. Dentil was duo He was a native of Adams Mr and Mrs Carl Wolf and son, Of Salem Union Sundal School hold 'to n complication of diseases She county Besides Ins wife, ho is Thomasvile. visited the former's their monthly meeting on Sunday was aged 55 years. Mrs. Mummort Vivrd bv three sons including Mr Sr. Union. evening. i law. four brothers. Jacob Zartmnn, Hnn- R, Darnno and wile vi.slt over: Kninnuel Znrtmnn. Smith Sl.i- thoir son-in-law and daughter, tion: Albert Zartman. York, and Mrs Charles Thompson. Oeorrte Zarlmnn, Hiirnsbui-R. Fu- neral services were held Saturday. lower prices than those ol last vear. thr result of a 'iwht with Mrs. Mahnd.i L Bnir, 72. mother Tho sale amounted to about A25 dieil Salurday in Nor Codonis township, York county. ol his hospitality. Mr and Mrs Pcrcv Mnv rr- siduif, with Mr and Mrs M.iv, at tho prcsrnt luiic.
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