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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 NEWS: -J r AND BIGLERVILLE NEWS THE NEWS COVERS EAST BERLIN AND VICINITY LIKE THE DEW VOL. 15. LOCAL EVENTS The consistory of Holtzschwam Reformed congregation met Tues- day night at the home of George Wehler, Paradise towiwhip. Charles Filler has been seriously HI at his residence in Franklin town- ship. F. Reichard and wife transferred to Hanover Country clufc, property in Paradise township. Jonas Gruvcr. Thomasville. R. D. 2. held a family gathering at his home last Sunday. A dinner was served. Those present were: Mr. Mrs. John Gruver, Sr., Jonas Oruver and sons, Clair and Ray, and .daughter, Mary, George Baker, Thomasville, R. D. 1; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Baker and sons, Nevin and Walter, and daughters, Grace, Mary and Ruthana, Mrs. Cora Stouffer and Mrs. Anna M. Hantz, York; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Altland and sons, Ralph, Sherman, Carl and Edgar, and daughter, Edith, East Berlin, R. D. 2; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shet- ttr and daughter, Nancy Lee, Car- lisle. Dr. N. C. Wallace, Dover, takes much interest in eclipses and many other scientific subjects, besides tak- ing care of the health of the citi- zens of Dover and vicinity, and he had been reading with great inter- est about the approaching partial eclipse of the sun this week. In some way he got things mixed and was looking for the eclipse on Sun- day afternoon, and he was sadly disappointed when he could see no ,sign of an eclipse. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Fackler, York, April 30, a son. Weight, pounds. Name, Charles. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Fackler, York, are the paternal grandparents. P. Wesley Reichart transferred to Raymond F. Reichart and wife, a tract of land in Paradise township. Robert Bosserman, son of David Bosserman, Reading township, was taken to the Warner hospital, Get- tysburg, on Tuesday through the orders of Dr. Eugene Elgin, where he underwent an operation for an infection of the right leg. Mrs. Jacob Burgard. LaBott. Is at present in the Danville hospital. At first it was thought she was suffer- ing with goitre but later it was dis- covered that her heart was affect- ed. EAST BERLIN, PA., FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1930. PER YEAR Birthday Party I Joseph B. Gochenauer Athletic Meet At Thomasville, Dies Suddenly Friday DOVER DEATHS Attraction Miss Claire Julius was re-elected FRANKLIN LEESE Largest Percentage CHURCH SERVICES) East Berlin Gains A birthday surprise party was Joseph B. Gochenauer died sud- The following pupils of the Abi teacher of the primary grades, Mrs. Franklin Leese, died Saturday at New Oxford lts held recently at the home of Mr. (denly from a heart attack at bottslown schools will taice part in Elizabeth K. Downs was not a can- residence of his son and daunh- lation 189 persons in the past dec- May 4tfe and Mrs. Edward Bowman in honor p. in. Friday at the home of hi? the following events on Saturday at didaie for re-election was not Mor- ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Allen ado. from 949; East Berlin 180 per- of Mr. Bowman on his 53rd birth- i son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Gettysburg: Grammar grade boys, Ban p- Moul elected to the clay anniversary. The evening was Mrs. William A. Zeigler, Wellsville, 100-yard dash. Hugh grammar grades. Mr. Moul is at been living for the past five years. Nashville, with whom he had sonR' from 610. and Biglerville 120 rCS e" S' rom CtMlth the Services at Cut Berlin moraine and evening. Services at Beaver Creek spent in playing games. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Edward with whom he resided. He was aged Dona.d Bowser; running h.P.h Jump. Pre-H teaching the 76 years Jacob Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. George j Mr. Gochenauer. who apeared to run Kleinerd, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swartz. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Swartz, Mr. and Mrs. ob Craumer and Edman Winand; Al1 directors were nine broad lump Kdman Wi- b l r, ,.___i wv _. ft 1 LUC; 1 mi was a ed 82 vear.s. Mr. Leese Uved fn 1111 ford- 1138 morning. Love feast at Hanover Sunday East Berlin, 790 i ramtr t p j-jv.ii i IT o-i u.n. TWIT Oli vcrti n. ijtrcac 11 vcu in 1111- be in his usua health, spent the nand and Donald Bowser; baseball until five years ago when he momma stringing nets, and after cnorus- Yoik, in the Refoimed ____J ._ ,_ ,_ and Biglerville, 659 per- at a. m. morning stringing nets, and after throw. Jacob Craumer and E. Britton. Mr. Mrs. Britton, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ness, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hendrickson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mayers. Mr. anc Mrs. William Stambaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Zellers. Mr. and Mrs Willis Markle. Mr. and Mrs. William Bentzel. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cun- inngham, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stough, Mr. and Mrs. William Stough, Pauline Bowman. Mary Witman. Esther Trone, Helen Bow- man, Mary Rauby. Estella Martin, Ruth Martin. Marjorie Gross, Myr- tle Bowman. Helen Bentzel. Rebecca Bowman, Carribel Bentzel. Emma Cunningham, Regifia Mayers, Cath- arine Stough. Mildred Ness. Anna- bell Cunningham, Betty Jane Swartz. Anna Bowman. Dorothy Martin, Frances Kleinerd. June Ma- rie Altland. Nancy Ann Altland, El- mer Witman. Emanuel Martin, Wil- fred Stough. Joseph Martin. Edward Klepper. Charles Miller, Ervin Bent- zel, David Martin. Raymond Kline- dinst, David Bowman. Paul Swartz, Jr.. Edward Cunningham, Jack Britton, Howard Britton, Jr., Ray Eisenhart, Elmer Albright. Philip Bowman. Harry Lehr. Stewart Ei- senhart, Stewart Arnold and James Cunningham. MARRIED Ora J. Solenberger and Miss Ger- trude Wonders were married Good Friday evening st 5 o'clock by bridegroom's uncle, the Rev. I J. Sollenberger. at his residence. Dils- burg R. D. The ring ceremony was used. Immediately after the cere- mony they left on trip to Washing- ton and Philadelphia. The bride- groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sollenberger. Wellsville. and is employed in the office of the Wells- chul.cl, QaVnrrt'v moved to Nashville. He is survived i In proportion to it.s size. East' meal sawed some Baker; 880-yard relay race Donald to of he bv hls one daughter. Berlin is growing from 610 persons! On Sunday morning at the usual on I'! Luik: Mrs- Bruggeman, York: two in 1920 to 790 in the present cen- .hour the w named boys, with the aid attack, falling to the ground. He Raymond Lilhch Eugene Wagner Reformed Sunday School was found by his grandson, Merle and Guy Haverstick will meetlI18 at the homc of Ray- Zeigler. The family called Dr. H. a dodge ball team; grammar school m0nd Lankford- plans were dis- B. Hetrick, but the .man was dead girls' 50-yard dash Ruth Winand cussect for a Mothers Day program when the physician arrived. Cor- and Lena Altland-' 220-yard relay10 be Riven in York; one sister, Mrs. Samuel Stam- Increase of any Adams county town yet reported. The increase is al- i most 30 percent for the ten Thc Rev. near Hanover; eight grand- children and five great-grandchil- dren. The funeral was held Tues- with the day with services and interment at oner L. U. Zech. York county. ls- race. Pauhne Hamme na Alttaid regular Sunday School services May sued the death certificate, giving Ruth Winand Doris Ballew; u; Christ Lutheran church. Lnthentn Paul Oladfelter will period. preach at East Berlin Sunday morn- niyo-carditig as the cause baseball thrown. Faith Miller. Kath- The The deceased was a resident 01" ryn Grim: dodge ball. Kansas for 26 years prior to mov- Anthony, Doris Ballew. Ruth Miller, CalvarV United Brethren church, an_ ing to Wellsville ftbout four years Ruth Winand. Lena Altland. Kath- i Saturday and Sunday. May 17 and ago. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Grim, Betty Alwine. Virginia I 18- Wilson N. Crone, about two miles Zeisler, of Wellsville, and Mrs. Wolf. Pauline Hamme and Verna Charles Gettys. East Berlin R. D.; Krout; high school boys, 100-yard one brother, Michael, of Dover; four- dash. Bernard Anthony and David north of Dover, who was suffcrina teen grandchildren and seven great- Klepper; 220-yard dash. Lee Frey; from a severe attack of lobar pneu- Biglerville's increase is also larger iing ftt Abbottstown in the ere- than any previous report being'nlng' township, where the deceased at- more than 2fl percent for the dec- Upper District Sunday tended. The Rev. Fred S. Geesey, ade New oxford's growth is slight- Servlc" Sunday at Hampton at convention will convene at pastor of the. Muhlenburg Luther- j ly less than 20 percent. i 10 m- J- M. Little, pas- Fairfield and Arendtsville are the only boros showing a decline in Ad- ams county. Enumeration of tarms was re- ported as follows: In Biglen'llle. 7; wiumlese Harry Starer and Stuart Krone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clfur Bolllnger. tor. MRS. ABRAHAM ALTLAND Pallbearers at the funeral of Mrs. in East Berlin, 16; in New Oxford! grandchildren. running broad jump, Bernard An- is Improving. Abraham Altland. late of East Ber- The funeral was held Sunday thony and Lee Frey' running high f Over the Easter season the Willing lin- held on Thursday at Mummerfs wtih brief services at the Zeieler Ralph Miller; one-mile relay Workers' Bible class of Salem Union home at p. m. and further race. Ralpn Miller. Lee Frey. David Sunday School presented three sick services at the Red Run Union Klepper and Glenn Alwine. Patrons members with Easter lilies. church, the Rev. J. H. Hege-. Dover, j and friends are invited to attend. officiating. Interment was made in the cemetery adjoining the cliurch. The pallbearers were four grand- Acres Timber hart, Daniel Mummert, Clinton Cashman. Elwood Murphy, Cornelius Mrs. W. H. LTuer.'who'has been Keeney, and Benjamin Reynolds. ill for some time, is again confined Reformed Red Run at 9 a. m. Bermudian at a. m. East Berlin at p. m. Sunday School lesson: "Promotion In 1920 McSherrystown had a i In the j The Mite society will meet next Tuesday evening, May 7th, at the to bed. The Young People's Bible class of i MRS. ELLEN GISE ol 250. Red Lion has shown a gain of 559 inhabitants since 1920. pop- i _ Jk A O sons: Sylvester Zeigler, Merle Zeig- ASSCSSed In I Ork Co Salem Union church held its month- Mrs- Ellen Gise' ler, Herbert Zeigler and Malcolm Gettys. ly meeting at the home of Mr. and Daniel Gise' wno died at her home County assessment records on file Mrs- Morgan Maul Funeral services over the body of ulation on April 1 was The third district announced, has residents. Mt. Wolf had 999 resi- dents April11. Special efforts of the of in York, were held from the home It is said that Mr. Gochenauer in the office of the county commis- I The teachew of the children's of her George E. Gise. in York, left a will giving in detail the ar- sioners show 101 230 acres of timber classes of Dover Sunday schools and Rev- E- v- Strasbaugh. 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 out. purposes for 1930. There are 100.258 met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. were: Zacharias The Lauer. Charles THE SICK acres in the township or rural dis- A. Lauer to make preparations for Eyster. Lee Bubb and Jacob Joseph. tricts and 972 acres in the boroughl I children's week to be observed start- The was interred in Holtz- Harold Rohrer, of Lebanon, and Miss Elsie Shirk of Myerstown R. D., called at the Reformed parson- age recently. Emmanuel Reformed church, Ab- census officials to find one more res- bottstown, Rev. H. E. Sheely pastor ident there to make the population j services: Church School an even 1.000 were unavailing. 1 9 a m service of worship 10 a, m. oallastown has shown a gain of 725 j sermon subject: "A Strange Corn- persons during the past decade, j Given jesug" Go to ougl The acreage is constantly being de- i ing on May 8. Mrs. Levi Eisenhower schwam cemetery. The deceased sons living there in comparison with ________ t-ho late rianlAl 2.124 inhabitants 10 vfears aco. Hftl- creased because of the desire superintendent of the children's di- her husband, the late Daniel inhabitants 10 years ago. Hal- his home with pneumonia. U1 at Tlle larest acreage continues to Mrs. James Spealman, Sr., York Springs, has been in a serious con- dition. be what is known as the Susque- hanna river hills. Franklintown has 21 acres; Spring Grove, 19; Dover township. 2.386; Paul M. Hoke, near Abbottstown, i Franklin. 3.503: Jackson 1785- The Rev. J. Monroe Danner will j vilel shoe factory. The bride is a preach at Richland. Lebanon coun- j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George ty, on Sunday morning and address j Wonders. Dillsburg B. D.. and a a welfare meeting in the afternoon.; school teacher. Upon their return Moul's school, near Thomasville, i home Tuesday evening at the bride's taught by James W. Joseph, closed j home thev were given a serenade. Tuesday for the 1929-30 term. The teacher reports having only one pupil -who had a perfect attendance for the term. Spurgeon Ruth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O. Ruth. Thieves raided the hen house of C. H. Trone, of near Thomasville recently, taking between 25 and 30 Rhode Island Red chickens. Benton Junkins. York Springs, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Junkins, has been appointed bus driver be- tween Carlisle and Hanover, effec- tive May 4. He is taking the place of John L. Gibb who will drive a Carlisle bake wagon. Don't miss the big auction at Rider's store the coming Saturday evening. See adv. elsewhere. "The Old District a farce in two acts with music, will be pre- sented in the P. O. S. of A. hall, this place, Saturday evening. May 10, by a group of players from St. James Lutheran church, Vttest York, under 'the auspices of the Women's Mis- sionary society of Trinity Lutheran church. Paul Mummert. of Bipmount, who quite recently purchased a Chrysler roadster from dealer George Mum- mert and who has not as yet fully mastered it. ran off the State high- way between Abbottstown and East (Berlin in the hollow just this side [of the school building of the former Iplace Wednesday afternoon. But (little damage resulted, however, tly (wire and several parts being loosen- and the car only slightly dam- aged. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. JlJrcam. Gettysburg, Wednesday, a (son, W. A. Bream, the paternal grandfather, is cashier of the Ab- State bank. Arrest Youth Who Stole Kentucky Car Walter Preston. Abbottstown. who tricked three Kentucky youths into bringing him to York in their auto- mobile from Harrodsburg, Ky.. and then left them stranded there by stealing their car. was arrested on Wednesday at Abbottstown. Pres- ton was taken to York and commit- ted to jail to await a hearing before Alderman Owen, on a charge of lar- ceny of the automobile. The car was recovered. Preston tricked the Kentuckians by making them believe that his father was the owner of the Waver- ley Automobile company in York and that they could secure employ- ment there. Upon arrival in York Preston sent Jasper Gebhart, own- er of the car, and his two compan- ions to a hotel and then drove off with their automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brenneman, near Admire, announce the birth of a daughter. Last Saturday Merton Himes, Charles G. Chronister and J. D. Sowers each took a civil service ex- amination at Hanover, being appli- Par- afflicted by a light stroke of ap- adise. 904; Warrington 6299 and oplexy. Thursday. An early recov- Washington. 1946 acres. ery is looked for. Dr. E. W. Cashman who has suc- cessfully practiced medicine in York i Springs for the past 45 years, was j compelled last week to close his of- fice for an indefinite time, due to illness. His physician friends have advised a complete rest for some time and he is obeying instructions. Dr. Cashman's practice is now be- ing taken care of by Dillsburg and New Oxford physicians. PERSONAL The present census shows 2.849 per- j church on Sunday and receive nour- ishment for your soul. If you would live well, this is Just as necessary as it is to eat. Come and bring your friends. The sermJn'! the home now occupied by David increase Windsor's population j consistory meeting will be held in Kenneth Thomas, son of Mr. and owners of farm properties to use th2 vision of the Tenth District Sunday Gise. lived for a number of years in! lam's present population is 771 and Mrs. H. H. Thomas. Reading town- j timber and clear the land for culti- i school is in charge. Rev. J. E., East Berlin, owning and residing in j was 10 yean ago 492. making the ship, and a pupil in the East Berlin I vation where possible i to the children. Programs have; Border. in 1920 was 854 and now is 1009, the the church on this Thursday eve- also been prepared for Wednesday and Thursday of that week. The party and play day will be held on Saturday. 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 Jacobs, late of Jackson I for the Paradise Protectory, near j ning at O'clock. John Anderson, '86, died at Shiloh township, were: Benjamin Steele. Abbottstown. 119. on Sunday. Interment was made, Reuben Lentz, Jesse Lentz and, Y at Salem church on Thursday. Those who visited Joseph Myers, of Bigmount. who is ill. over the week-end were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaffer. Bigmount; Rev John H. Hege. Dover; Harvey He- nise. Robert Brillhart, East Berlin; Norman Myers, York; Charlie Meis- Russell Lichty. Interment of made in Rotn's cemetery Jacob A. and Mary Kling. died in York and was buried at Dover. Mrs. Parthena Glatfelter, 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 Hanover. and John Meisenhelder. SUNDAY SCHOOL Mrs. Elizabeth Weigert. this place, CONVENTION MAY 10-11 is spending some time at the home i of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. The twenty-seventh annual Sun- j and Mrs. Philip Yost, Dillsburg. day School convention of the tenth j Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Lerew and district, including West Manches- P. C. Smith on Sunday visited Mr. ter and Dover townships, will be Mrs. W. D. Chapman, Bermu- held on Saturday evening. May 10, dian. i and Sunday afternoon and evening, j Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gerber and May 11, at Wolf's church. The fol- family. Mrs. Harry Sarbaugh and lowing program will be rendered i family and Mrs. Danner Walter and Saturday evening at p. m. Song I family. Hanover, and Oliver Eisen- Mrs. Geo. Rosenzweig. Dover R. D., died on Monday in York. Emig's school, taught by John H. Gerber. was closed on Wednesday when the Junior Citizens organiza- tion rendered a program. The reg- ular attendance certificate and seals were presented to 10 pupils, as fol- lows: Mildred Altland. Clair Deis- inger. Margaret Delsinger, Pauline Deisinger, Sherman Emig. Orville Emlg, William Emig, Anna Emig, John Perdacille and Mary Spahr. Elmer W. Walker. Hanover R. D. I at Mummert's Grove, near East Ber- lin, on Sunday. Guests were pres- ent from Harrlsburg, York. Spring: Grove, Thomasville. Abbottstown and East Berlin. Among them were service; devotional exercises. Harry Neiman; "The Relation of the Sun- hart, of York, were recent visitors of Mrs. Annie Sunday and sister, day School to Moral Miss Sallie Sunday. Rev. C. R. Ness; selection, Wolf's Samuel Kling and Guy Albright chorus; business period; offering; i made a fishing excursion to Fulton selection. Wolf's chorus; "What i county, Monday for trout, but were Does the Sunday School Have a unsuccessful. successive years. After the pro- gram, a lunch was served in the bellion, died at his home Wednes- day at a. m. from a complica- tion of diseases. He was aged 85 years. U months and 16 days. Sur- viving him are his wife, who before marriage was Julia Laughman, and one step-son, Joseph Gillet, Harris- burg. Mr. Walker enlisted in the York Springs Lutheran Charge York School at a. m., preaching service at a. m. Chestnut School at p. m., preaching at p. m. Lower School at a. m. DRIVES WRONG AUTO HOME FROM CAPITAL Mr. and Mrs. John Newcomer. Mr.! wullam H. Menges, Menges Mills. and Mrs. Jacob Newcomer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stuart. Mr, and Mrs. Edward Mummert. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooley, Mr. and Mrs. Earl United States army on the 28th day i Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Haar, of December, 1861. at the age of 17 years, as a recruit for a period of three years. He was assigned to company C. of the 101st, regiment of the Illinois volunteer infantry. The funeral will be held Saturday morning at o'clock from the late residence with the Rev. B. K. Mrs. Susan Stuart. Mrs, Sadie Da- rone, Mrs. Sarah Newcomer, Nathan Jamison. Daniel Mummert. Cleason Smith, Robert Berkheimer, Calvin Yohe, Susan Newcomer, Catherine Newcomer. Geneva Cooley. Betty county controller, had the novel ex- perience of being sought as an auto- mobile thief by police of HatrisburR and York one day recently. Mr. Menges was on a business trip to the Capital city and had placed his 7-passenger Buick automobile in a garage there. Returning for his machine, he jumped into a five-pas- senger car of similar make and drove to his home tit Menges Mills. It was school room. Due to weather con- i Mowrer. pastor of the Mt. Carmel. ditions, the school did not go hik- Lutheran charge officiating. Inter- ing. as planned. ment will be made in the cemetery i ABBOTTSTOWN PUPILS adjoining Mummert's meeting house. Cooley, Audrey Darone, Hazel Sheaf- not untli reached his home that fer Kenneth Darone, Bud Darone j nc realized he was driving a Strange machine. The controller then got in touch with the garage at Harrlsburg and and Fred Meckley. Letter Carriers' association at Lit- near East Berlin, tlestown Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Harbold, Kralltown. entertained on Easter Sunday with a dinner. Those pres- ABBOTTSTOWN HIGH VISIT BATTLEFIELD Th following Abbottstown high school pupils and teachers spent Wednesday afternoon touring the explained everything. He returned the car later and obtained his own. COMMENCEMENT MAY 27 battlefield at Gettysburg: Prances j Nagle. Miriam Bowser. Senora YORK BEAUTY CULTURE SCHOOL OPENS COURSE ent were: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hoff- I Commencement exercises of the Bentzel, Dorothy Bosserman. Caro- i Girls In this vicinity now have the Right to Expect of the Community." i Mrs. Annie Hoffman, at present man anci daughter. Charlotte. Mrs. Abbottstown high school will be held ivn Stambauph, Eleanora Bentzel. opportunity of enrolling for a corn- Rev. I. A. Raubenhold; Sunday aft- residing with her son. Raymond Laura Knisely, Red Lion; Mrs. in the Lutheran church on May 27. i Louise Brothers, Mary Sinner. Mir- piete course In beauty culture in ernoon at p. m., song service; Hoffman, this place, is being threat- devotional services. Mrs. Levi Els- j ened with an attack of pleurisy. Sadie Herman, York; Mr. and Mrs. while the baccalaureate sermon will Craumer. Kathryn Hamme, Ben Harbold, Dillsburg; Emanuel be preached by the Rev. Paul Glad- Mary Smith. Janet Miller. Treva enhower; selection. Ladies' chorus Charles C. Brown, of Thomasville, j Hoffman and son, George, Mr. and filter. May 25, The members of the Duncan, Grace Heiland, Joseph York, according to an advertisement in this issue of the York School of Beauty Culture. The new institu- of Wolf's church; "The Child's Re- well known here, will make a trip Mrs Gordon Stauffer. Mr. and Mrs. graduating class are: Joseph Bow- Bowser, John Miller. Bernard An- i tion training will qualify for State W. Hoffman; offering; selection. Ladies' chorus of Salem church; "Parenthood. Its Joys and Respon- cants for the East Berlin postmast- j sibilities." Rev. L. W. Lutz; Sunday sponsibihty to the Rev. P. to Kansas shortly through business Eert Hoffman and children, Erma, ser. Marian Craumer, Harry Craw- thony, Charles Grimm. Francis Pat- i Board examinations. Day and night crshlp. evening, 7 p. m.. song services; de- Miss Nancy Weaver, who we noted jvotional services. G. H Daron; "Why last week as having fallen while hanging paper in her home in this place last week, has returned from the Hanover hospital. It was found that her right leg was broken be- low the knee and the limb has been, placed in plaster pans. The following met at the resi- dence of James Lair at, Franklin- Should the Church Members Be interests there that require his at- j Evelyn. Miriam and Janet. Davids- ford. Lee Frey. Crarle.s Grim. I terson. Harry Crawford. Lee Frey, j classes are being formed and a spc- tention. burg; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Harbold Francis Nagle. Mary Sinner and jolln wolf. David Clepper. Ralph, cial offer is made to pupils enroll- George D. Wagner has returned to his home in Reading township after spending a few days with his daughter, Mrs. Oliver Emig, of York. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. children. Anna. Catherine. Mil- Carolyn Stambauph. Dr. F. I. Gaipc, Miller and Glenn Alwine. Prof. ing. dred. June, George and Carl, Krall- of the Mlllsrsville State Teachers' james P. Bahn, principal and Miss town. Mrs. Elizabeth Hake and daugh- speaker, and sons, Darrell and college, will be the commencement I Ethel Grace Allison, assistant prin- I Y. SPRINGS SCHOOL cipal. CLOSING PROGRAM i Loyal Supporter of the Sunday C. Winand were William Dcwitt, of j DjCk, Of Shircmanstown. spent TO ALL EX-SERVICE SOLDIERS Rev. G. A Heiss: selection, Doylestown, Mrs. William Egulf and with friends here, where they you returned from Shiloh Male chorus; offering; selec- d'andson. Mrs C. C. Swarner and fOrmerly resided. tion. Shiloh Male chorus; "The Im- Mrs. Hazel Epulf. Jr.. of Carlisle. Mrs Lottie Hii ........__._ ._...______ portaiice of the Devotional Services Mr. and Mrs John Brady and Mrs. days last week Wlth nei- sistcr, Mrs. return him again to tnp mind.-? of the Farmers is Roads day evening. The program includ- in the Sunday School." Rev. C. W. Emmsi Elgin. Brunswick. Md., spent i Paul Senft family and other congress the Great War, Congressman E. S. Mrs. Lottie Himes spent several Brooks was your friend. THE FARMER The primary school of York OUT OF THE MUD Sprinus taught by Miss Irene Bush- ey. held their closing day extfrciscs The most important subject in in the high school building Thurs- Diehl. the week-end at the home of Dr. j rrlencjs in Philadelphia. i Eugene Elgin and family. Mr. and Mrs Rov Martin and family. town. Friday evening to arrange a j Each of 222 members of the Para- i Mrs. Cumin. Tancytown. and Mr. pottstown spent some time with PRIMARIES. MAY 20th Don't Forget the Date. Preparations are fast being com- program for the Upper District Sun- lilcted 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 Company, one of whose pipes lias been converted into a gas pipe. pipe is now filled with gas from 'ittsburgh to the Susquehanna riv- and only awaits tapping for gen- pral use along the way. Francis Zupkic. Paradise Protec- :ory. was discharged a patient rrom the Warner hospital. In the case of Elicker vs. Glat- t'dter. which came before a York grand jury last week, a true was found. The case is the uitcome of a check by Eflrl disc Township Horse Thief and Mrs. Ralph Stouffer, York, were hpr Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bur- ing society will receive in the also guests at tho ElRin home gnrd here. IN MEMOKIAM In IOUIIK remembrance of a dear Candidate .xl: A Sons of Greeting; re- Roads. What can he do to got out citation. Junior Harlacher; recita- of the Mud? His taxes are setting tion. "Give Us Your Smiles." Betty higher. but the roads are scttinc; Hovis; sons. "Showing music poorer. E S. Brooks, Republican chorus; recitation "Educated." for Consrress proposes Junkie Starry: exercisf. "First Grade distribution of the assets of the or- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sprenklc. Gerald and Charlotte Nell have Wife, mother and urandma. Lydia legislation to Ret him out of the play. "Bring Something ganization now in process of dis- York, visited at the home of Mr. returned to their home in Haiti- Ann Wanner, who died May 28th. Mud. His plan is to divide thf For the recitation. Harold solution, according to the sched- and Mrs. H. E. SerfT. Sunday. i more after spending :i week with 1927. Remembrance is a Rolden chain 'Matfelter, of neor East Berlin, back j Daniel Mummert home, near the 1927 in fnvor of John Elicker, a tarajte owner along the Dillsburg filghway. about five miles from this over. day School convention, will convene at Calvary United Breth- ren church, Saturday and Sunday. May 17 and 18: Rev. Paul Rinchart, F. E. Lehman. Willis Fisher. C. E. Cook, J. H. Chronister, W. A. Sin- ner, J. G. Spidel, James Lau, Nel- son Weaver and J. S. Kapp. Harry Thoman and family recent- ly moved from the Shelter apart- ment, into part of C. C. Spanglcr's home. Martin Wentz and family moved j damaged on Sunday, when he had a and Mrs. Philip Yost, near Dills- I Sunday School orchestra George Wanner. Georue, William, ways, nearly all of which are now Daisies music, Fourth from his home near town to his I mix-up with another car in York. .burn. furnished music, and Monroe H. fid ward and Cora Gibbs. Lester completed, and the remaining one., omde exercise paper. plan would result, eventually in Jacobs. lowering the Farmers taxes save Automobile cxpen.v.s now MoniortHl Dny parade, cxerei.wi ule submitted to the court by the The Rev. J. Monroe Danner and tllcir Krandparents. Mr. and Mrs. liquidators. The schedule of clistn- daughters, Dorothy. Katherine. Ruth c. Kauffman. bution was approved by the court, and Alma were entertained at sup- Rev. and Mrs. B. K. Mowrer. Hun- Death tries to break in vain. The funds of the society after all per Saturday evening by Mrs. Emma over WPre guests of W. A. Sinner TO have, to love and then to part, expenses are paid amount to Miller, this place. anci family Sunday, and the Sinner Stuart Deardorff, near town, had Mrs. Elizabeth Weigert. this place. famliy attended the Christian En- thc running board and two lend- is spondmpc some tune at the home  V reason of lack of funds when to his home suffering trom heart i painted the E. C. Livingston bunga- Ernest F.. Jacobs, Abbottstown, at- JACOB HOLLINOER. be sold to the highest bidders. See Oet buck of F. S. Farl Wrwvrr. Curllc' resented. 1 condition. I low on Lincoln Heights. i tendea the Adams County Rural Eaitt JJerlln, Pa. adv. him aoth   

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