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   News Comet (Newspaper) - December 28, 1945, East Berlin, Pennsylvania                                EAST BERLIN NEWS COMET YORK SPRINGS 1111 VOLLXVI EAST BERLIN, PA., DECEMBER 28, 1945 NO. 33 BAST BERLIN NEWS NOTES W. Denton Myers, well known resident of town, Is reported very 111 at his borne. Melvln E. Bossennan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice D. Bosser- man, and Cpl. Raymond Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoffman, who had been overseas for several years, were discharged at Indian- town Qap. Pfc. Eugene R. Tanner returned to his wife and three little daughters after a long absence. Sgt. Earl C. Wrights, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wrights, was discharged at Indiantown Gap the evening be- fore Christmas. Mrs. Ralph Jacobs, of Bangor, has been spending some time with her parents and parents-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hodgson and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jacobs, near here. Miriam. Keeney, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Keeney and formerly of this place, was honored by the "QulU and Scroll" society of the "Maroon and Gettys- burg high school publication, with the presentation of the society's pin. Seaman Donald Volland, station- ed at Camp Peary, Va., is spending a Christmas leave with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Volland, this place. Richard I. Hariier, Route One who has been stationed in the European Theatre of War for sev eral years, returned home with hi: discharge. Mrs. Charles M. Wolf, nonage narian, has, been critically ill at the home of her son, Rhyno, and fam ily. Miss Sylvia Ebersole, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ebersole, R 1, a senior "at Shippensburg State Teachers' college, acted the role o a shepherd at the pantomine given as a party feature. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Riliker, Read ing Twp. entertained Charles MiUe and family, York. Richard Berkheimer, R. 2, was discharged from the armed forces. The Alumni Association of the lo cal high school will have its amiua banquet Saturday evening at th Pine Tree Inn, near York. Donald Rattensperger, son of Pro and Mrs. Charles I. Raffensperge MiBlintown, and grandson of Johr Myers, Abbottstown St., has bee improving slowly after oxygen tet 'treatment in a hospital. This is t second serious illness that Dona: has suffered this year, having spen the summer recovering after t emergency appendicitis operation. The Rev. Alvln J. Forty and fam ly were guests Christmas day Mrs. Forry's parents, Mr. and Mr Frederick Schllngman, Baltimore Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dlehl at daughter, Phyllis, of Everett, ai Carl 6lnner, of Philadelphia, we. entertained at the W. A. Sinn home Christmas Day, where the Sin ners celebrated their thirty-flf! wedding anniversary. Mrs. Rosa Brown left for Hyatts- vllle, Md., where she will spend the winter months with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Wherley. Lutheran Communion services in St. Paul's (Red Run) church will be celebrated Sunday morning at 10 o'clock: Sunday school at 9 o'clock, r. A the Women's Missionary so- ciety will hold a Candlelight service in the evening at o'clock. Petition was filed for discharge of Hen of dower on real estate of the estate of Peter Altland, late of Para- dise township. The consistory of the Mt. Olivet (Bermudlan) church will meet at the church Monday at p. m. The Missionary society of the Red Run church will hold a Candlelight service Sunday at p'. m. Franklin Gruver, R. 3, Is a patient in the Philadelphia Naval hospital undergoing treatment for wounds received In action In the European theater of war. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graver, accompanied by his wife and daughter, him at the hospital Thursday and report him somewhat improved. George S. Andes, well known York furrier, was elected president of the York County Chapter, No. Isaak Walton league. The "News-Comet" acknowledge! with appreciation receipt of a check from David Lincoln Baker, St. Louis, MO., one of our old-time subecrtbers, for two more yean. COe Lou Bucher, daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Bucher, Hampton, a former student at the local hfch now in training at German- novltal. MdlMMphta. hw been ROM for noUdan. naffer, none m trato- tn, at the hospttel, CtaMmas wltt her parent.. Mr. art AMmttstown Lutheran Charge The Rev. Snyder AUeman, Pastor Sunday school at 9 a. m.; church services at a. m.; Luther league t p. m. HURCH SERVICES Evangelical and Reformed Charge lie Rev. D. F. Ehlman, PhD., Pastor Emmanuel church. Abbottstown: unday school, Merle Kinnemaii, uperlntendent. at 10 a. m.; worship rvice at 9 a. m. t John's Reformed, New Chester The Rev. Alvin J. Forry, Pastor Sunday school at a. m.; hurch services at m. EAST BERLIN Enuuiud Reformed, Hampton Church services at a. m.; unday school at 10 a. m. The Ladies' Aid society will meet t the home of Mrs. Harry Chronls- on Thursday evening, January at o'clock. St. Mary's, Paradise The Rev. Wm. B. Cavanaugh, Pastor First mass Sunday at 7 a. m.; sec- nd mass at a. m.; evening de- rotions at o'clock. New Chester Lutheran Charce The Rev. Elmer Drumm. Pastor St. Mark's, Heidlersburg: Church services at 9 a. m.; Sunday school at 10 a. m. A congregational mcct- ng will be held in the church. St. John's. Hampton: Sunduy school at a. m.; church serv- ces at a. m. A congregational meeting will be held in the church St. Paul's "The Sunday school at p. m.; Children's Thristmas program at p. m. The Ladles' Aid society will hold a Christmas party this Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Millar. Trinity Lutheran Tlie Rev. Snyder AUeman, pas- tor. Worship at 7 p. m.; Sunda; school at 9 a. in.; Luther league, G NEWS NOTES Wilbur L. Keener, MOMM was honorably discharged from naval service at the Separation Center, Bainbridge, Md. A. L. Cleaver, who recently cele- brated his eighty-first birthday alid has resided alone since the death of his wife, has gone to spend some time with his daughter, Mrs. Charles 'orsythe, of Hanover. and Mrs. Warren Ruinsey nd son, who had been stationed at Snid, Okla.. are at present residing t the Krall home, near Aspers school house. A family dinner party was held at the home of Harvey Hunter, Har- isburg street, when the following children and grandchildren were present: Mrs. Margery Kraft. York; and Mrs. Melviii Rohrbaugh and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter and Paul, Jr., of Franklm- .own; Harvey, Jr., and Charlotte Hunter and Woodrow Kreiger, of York. Hartman's school, near town, closed Monday afternoon for the Holiday week, when the teacher, Miss Ruth Dcatrlck, tendered the children an ice-cream party. Mrs. Richard Alwine, Hamilton township, the former Remains Trimmer, lias been suffering from a back ailment. York Springs Families DEATHS Celebrate Christmas j ueraid All but one of the children of Postmaster and Mrs. C. M. Buyer Uerald Wayne Weidner, one-year- DILLSBURG Dunn id Miller and family tinned the-v pur- old son ol Mr. and Mrs. William were home for R. and Mrs. John V-i'.ker, of Dillsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene j Drake and daughter attended the I Weidner, Gardners R. U. a, Olert .rlernooll Bt In addition to he is survived by a brother s sU-r. Gladys, I nil, at rae an iamily celebration. Russell Buyer grandparents. Mr. and family, of Philadelphia, were Mrs. Joseph Henry, Franklm- L _____ I Services this Friday morning unable to be there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCauslin, York Springs R. 1, were hosts to all their children but two sons, Richard, in Japan, and Lawrence, also in the service. Those present were Arlene McCauslin, a grand- daughter, and Ethel McCauslin at, home: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Trestle, Washington, D. C.; Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Veronikis, New York city; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prosser, Gardners; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mumper, York Springs R. 1; Mr. and Mrs. Mark McCauslin, York Springs R. 2; Mr. and Mrs. Harbld McCauslin, East Berlin; Gilbert and James McCaus- lin, York Springs. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Yohn, of Uniontown. Mr. and Mrs. George Deatrick entertained their daughter, Nellie, and another daughter, Mrs. Harold Kegerries and family of Harrisburg. A third daughter, Frankle. of New York, jcould not be present. at the home with burial in Idaville cemetery. Mlis Helen Myers entertained the members of her .Sunday .school class of Calvary U. B. cliurch at, her home. Christina.1) Bills were ex- changpfl. T 5 RM.Y II. GerbiT, K. 1: M. bgt. Lester W. Anthony. K. 'J; Pic. Fred YORK SPRINGS MARRIAGES NEWS EVENTS i, Tlie Methodist church in V.Tk an instructor in New York. Pvt. Wendell Layman, stationed of York Springs R. D., aim rence Heffncr. of Dillsburg, on at Indiantown Gap, spent Christ-lday atternoon_ churca mas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. beautifully decorated with palnr i. Paul Lehman, York Springs. pinc tweg whlte chrvsm. Mr. and Mrs. Claience Hoff and Whitebcll. R. '2; Cpl. Walter J. Fort- soll spent Christmas with Mr. HoB's ncr. R. P 3 c Douglas T. Bap- R. 2; Motor Machinist's Mate Homer R. Vance, R. 3: Filth I Grade Richard C. Hums, Diltsburg, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoff, Hampton. mums. Preceding the cerenvny, Prof. Dale Roth sang, "I Love VV-i Truly" and "God Touched the Rose." Jesse Jesse S. Rawhwisrr S. Rawhouscr. husbnmt oil and Technician Fifth Grade James j Niur faiiuly. I Alma Roth, of BiglervUle, played the Richard Weigle i.s spending the wedding music. The dou- bolidays in Washington with Earl Annie Dclp Rawhouser, a retired ID Shearer. Wcll.sville. have been carpenter and builder, and a di- Mrs. Luclnda Baker, fonnerly of Mr and Mrs. East Berlin, who spent some weeks, 'al" i the Brown family, York, is with John Gross, Dillsburg. p. m. Hottachwwnra Reformed Tlie Rev. John S. Roycr, Pastor Sunday school at a. m.: wor ship service at a. m. Church of the Brethren The Rev. J. Monroe Danner, Pastor school at a. m.; preaching, a. m. The Rev. G. W. Harlaclwr, Elder school, .m; preaching a. m. Women's Work Organization will meet Tuesday evening (New Year's) at the Paul Price liome, Oxford as guests of their nephew, Harlta Staub, and family. Tlie Har- lln Staubs' young son is unproved after having been on the sick list. A marriage license was issued to Keith H. Gladfelter and Nellie J. Kllngensmith, Welteville. Miss Peggy Moul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Moul, a vocal student of Mrs. Mildred Rogers Dunstan, near Dicks Dam, rendered "Tlie Holy City" as a solo during a Christmas program at the local high school, where she is a Junior. Prof. Fred Baker and family, Railway, N. J., are spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. William P. Baker, Abbottstown, and Mr. and Mrs. Clewon E. Smith, East Berlin. Victor Altland, Grove, was a near here Spring rector of the Dover National bank, died at his home in Dover Friday nt a. m. He was 73 years of age. Mr. Rawhouser, a member ol th" Dover tire company is survived by his widow: three sisters, Mrs Lu- cinda Weigel. Mrs. Lydla Drip, Mrs. Martin Crone, all of Dover R. D.; one brother. Jacob Rawhouser. Dover E. D. The funeral was held Monday with concluding rites in Bethany United Brethren cliurch, near East- mount. Interment followed in the adjoining cemetery. The officiating minister was the Rev. Palmer M. Slenker. pastor of the church. The pallbearers were Melvin Jacobs, George Lauer, Paul Harlnchcr. Seifcrt. board of di- j rectors of the Dover National bank, and Charles Spangler, cashier at tile bank. Mrs. Peter Klmmel Mrs. Elizabeth Kimmel, widow of Peter A. Kimmel, died at the home Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B. Guise had Qf hel, daughier, Mrs. Paul Har- night. The 71-year-old suc- cumbed to complications niter eral weeks' illness. She leaves hel and discharged from, the service. MLss Bettie Hoover, Franklin- town, has been a patient in the Carlisle hospital. Miss Mary Coulson, who had ix'en residing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell is now IAIUIU ..w I George Shettcl and Charles Mr. and Mrs. Oreu Cook and- of the boar, all the members of their at wenksvillc. Paturdav under their roof for the holidays, except their son, Stanley, who is on government service in Hawaii. Those ....._ _.........._............ attending were Mr. and Mrs. Charles dauglltCTi grandchildren Middleton. Jr., of Philadelphia: twQ gl.eat.gralidchfldrpn. Th- Rev Roger Guise, recently discharged G N Young of nillsbim from the service, and Virginia, at j officiated at I ho home. 'funeral service, with concliidini; services In Barrens church, ot which she wat, a member. Interment made In the adjoining cemetery. We ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Earl N. Rowe, of Williams- Elicker, Shiremans- iit the Claude Woll home. First Lt. Raymond C. Smith, Dills- burg R. 3: and T 5 Richard C. Karns. DllUburg, were discharged at Indiantown Gap. Elizabeth H. Glatfelter to Milton A. Decker, a tract of land In Franklin township. Joseph C. March and wile trans- ferred to George M. Grimm and wife and John P. Dieh! and v.-ife. n tract ol land in Warrington town- ship. Fay Baker mid Miss Lutt'e Dick. Dillsburg. were admitted to the Car Ikle hospital. Those discharged in- cluded Melviu Wiley, Dillsburg; Betty Hoover, Franklintown Ensign Betty Smith, of Wright pur? former pastor of the York Field. Dayton, Ohio, spent Christ- church, where the bride is mas with her aunts. Mrs. E. E. Nell a mcmber He was assisted by the mid Mrs. D. B. Harlacher. Ensign Rev Paul N Denlinger, of York Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. sprjngs The bride wore a white Joseph Harlachrr, of Burlingame. salin gown fashioned with a full Calif., lias been a frequent visitor skirt and sweetheart neckline and in York Springs. long sleeves with lace. She carried The Rev. Paul B. DcnliiiBer is. j orchlds. The bride was given in the Christmas holidays marriage by her father. Mrs. W. C. with his parents in Haddon Heights, Mummert of Abbottstown, sister nf N. J the bride, attended as 'matron of Sidney Myers, stationed in North honor and Miss Maxy Mauser, of Carolina, is spending a 12-day fur- J Harrisburg, was the bridesmaid. The lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j attendants wore matching gowns of Harold C. Myers. York Springs. A i pink and blue with headdresses to brother. Theodore, is home for the match and carried Talisman rose- holidays from State College. "Abe" Townsend. connected with the Caroline Flying Service at Tar- buds. Pvt. Richard Heffner. of Scott Field. 111., was his brother's best man. The ushers were George boro, H. C.. flew home from that: chronister, uncle of the groom, Dale place and landed his plane ill a! Williams and Glenn Albert. Mrs. Held near Lila Myers' home, on the j Heffner is a graduate of the York Ridge Road. He will spend the holi- Springs high school and Central days with liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pennsylvania Business college and Charles Townsend. "Abe" is man- j has been employed by the state De- Mr. and Mrs. Emory Guise had the members of their family home at a Christmas celebration, includ- ing their soil, Robert, and wife, of York. i The entire iamily of Gilbert Fair' gathered in the family home rjiutery. a retired carpenter of Georgr George W. Dutery. of York Springs, as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lerev, of Harrisburg; the Pennsylvania Railroad com- pany, died at his home at Dilbburg Glenn Herman and iamily, of East evenine. He was 79 years isnor nerr Berlln; Mr and MrS' Cllarles of age. Surviving" besides widow LeRov Rather who and son, of Lancaster; Mr. and Mrs. Js siste Mrs A ,e Yos( Glenn Hamilton and son, of Le- R D The funcral nas Injuries Fatal To George H. Daron George H. Daron, 77-year-old resident of Dover, who suffered in- juries in a traffic accident In West York Monday, aweck died Sunday in the York hospital. Death was caused, by compound fractures of both legs and right arm and shock. Mr. Daron was struck by an au- tomobile operated by Charles Glat- 'elter. Spring Grove R. D. 1, as he crossed West Market street at High- and avenue In York. Chief Deputy Coroner Curtis S. Forry said he is Continuing his investigation. Mr. Daron was employed by the Mar- tin-Parry corporation. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Lillie Nelman Daron. and a daughter, Anna L. Daron, both at home. The deceased was a member of the Dover Reformed church and was teacher of the Men's Bible class of the Sunday school for a number of years. He was also a member of the Dover Fire company. Funeral services were held Wed- nesday In the Dover Reformed church. The Rev. R. W. LJmbert officiated. The body was placed in the mausoleum In Prospect Hill eememtery. Springs. CLASS ELECTS OFFICERS George Mllzel was selected as president of No. 5 of Mt. Royal Sunday school, at a meeting held al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred DmwlMUtn. elected were Vice praident, Mr. Drawbaugh; sec- retary. Mn. Chester Prey; assistant Mrs. Drmwbaugh; treasurer, Mervln teacher, I. S. Myers; w Chester Frey and Mr Spender. Beito. at, wtterprwf i; lotmteta penMJ.W R. 2, spending the holidays, in Ridge- nioyne; wood, N. J. William A. Ruth, Jr., formerly of this place, received his honorable discharge from the U. S. Navy at the Separation center al Camp Gruber, Okla., and returned to lite home near Spring Grove. Those iiihtalled into the church council of Paradise Lutheran con- gregation Sunday morning, follow: Elder, E. M. Myers; deacons. Mel- vin Gruver, Edgar Shaberly, Edwin Klinedinst and George Laughman. Tlie following were installed as ifflcers of the Women's Mission- ary society: President, Mrs. Guy Straley; vice president. Mrs. Clair "orry; secretary, Mrs. George Laughman; assistant, Mrs. Nathan statistical secretary, Mrs. Jonas Gruver; corresponding sec- etary, Mrs. Maggie Wehler; treas- urer, Mrs. Paul M. Miller, and birthday treasurer, Mrs. Howard Stump. Mrs. Eli J. Gross, East Berlin, was admitted to the Warner hospital. Because of sickness, and. due to road conditions the Christmas pro- gram, which was to have been pre- sented In the Red Run church Christmas Eve, was presented in part during the Sunday school on Sunday morning. The program in- cluded recitations, Nancy Deardorff, Grace Elicker, Mary Ann Gehrhart, Myrtle Knaub, and Glenn Eisjenhart. Election of the officers for the corn- tag year was also held. The new officers will be Installed Sunday morning, January 6th, by Rev. Alvin J. Forry, 'Reformed pastor. A capacity audience was present Sunday evening In Zwlngll Evan- gelical and Reformed church, this place, when the choir, under the direction of Merton R. Himes, or- ganist, presented the cantata, "The Christmas by Charles Gil- bert Spross. Mr. and Mrs. Harper of Shippensburg. spent the Christmas holiday with Mrs. WenUM father, KUsha Wilson, and sister, Mn. Hes- Wednesday fervicer. a t, the York Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Robert i Cockltn home, nitermenf in Fair and daughters. Virginia and Orecn cemetery, Gump Hill Betty Harold Fair and family and i _____ Russell Fair and family, York I THOMASVILLE PliarmlciEt's Mate Second Dale y. Danner, Route 1, Tliomas- ville. WHS among those honorably dischaiged trom the navy through the reparation center al Great Lakes. Illinois. Raymond Lt'roy Knell. York R. !i, Niim Rumaine Deisinger, York 't. 4. were granted inarrlayi- Etehl Ball, a' female Kox terrier :he i vision with. Cpl Car! Wilmington, Del, and Pvt. Edwin ager of a field and does. Instructing and crop Ptc. Vance Stitzel. Jr., is spending the holidays with his parents in York Springs on furlough from Camp Swift, Texas. Several car loads of young people from the Mt. Victory United Breth- ren congregation arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee in York Springs on Monday evening to celebrate Christmas Eve. _ M The Spencer Snydcrs held their j the young couple will reside in Har- usual family gathering on Christ- risburg. mas at their home in York Springs. All the children were present with the exception of Clifford Snyder, W. Kern, son of Mr. and Mrs Luther stationed in Japan with the Army of Occupation. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cowan. partment of Public Instruction. Mr. Heffner has recently received his discharge after serving 27 months in the European Theater of Opera- tions. He received training at Port Lewis, Washington, before go- ing overseas In September 1943. A reception was held In the social room of the church immediately fol- lowing thf cerembny. About 150 people attended the wedding and reception. After a honeymoon trip Martha M. Arnold, daughter of D. W. Spanglcr Mrs. Myrtle Arnold, Franklintown, became the bride of John Oliver Stine, also of Franklintown at a wedding performed Monday by Rev. M. D. Geesey, Lutheran min- ister, at the latter's residence in York. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Cleason atine, brother and sister-in-law of the bride- groom. The bride wore a powder nwi.pv- who have been the service, all of blue street length dress with brown frnm'thp army which, except 10 weeks' training accessories. She carried a bouquet John F Eviier HA 1-c Route was spent at Fea in the At- j of pmk rose5 and Daby breath. The Kern. Thnmasville, has the rating puppies, al! born overseas. The dog heroine and her family are now back m the United States with her Edward Howe, of Hanover. S Fred Stough was discharged from the navv on December 16 after discharged from the navy at lantic and Sn. Pacific Theater of The entire family of Mrs. harl the Yorfe hospjtal Tuesday at Miller came home for Christinas a m deceased was Ihc son ol except her son, Milton Miller, of Calvjll Amanda Reiser TJtica, N. Y. Those present were Mr. g Mrs. Benjamin Miller, of Hnn-' D. Warren Spangler. 04. died at j (lie Separation Centci, Bainbridge, Operations. over; Paul and Irene Miner, at'Mrs Jacob T Yoik; Mis. home; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Miller, ot Bobert N orove. Frederick, York; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bowcis Eas( R and daughter, Ruth, of York; and {Qm Harry spangler, Higli Cpl. Glenn Miller and Mrs. Mil er. Rock; Elmcr Spangleri Dover R. 3; Cpl. Miller has been ill in the station Spunglert Dover R. 1; Cmdr hospital at the Carlisle Barracks But. Earle g wlth the navy was released for the day now at the Philippine islands. n.j M C 'H I1UW tlb I lit; liim iiu.'. Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. 1 funeral .services in charge of the entertained Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Her- KCT H Hpgc lmslor of Saicm shey, of York Springs R. 2, and Mr. Lutheran Friday alter- and Mrs. Baird Hershey and daugh- 1 noon gt 2 p m at tne funeral ter, Phyllis, of Mechanicsburg. nome Interment in St. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cashman ccmctery, near Roraville. i entertained at a family gathering Aufe Mt. Holly bridesmaid was dressed in brown. Her accessories were also brown. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin S. Worley j Her bouquet Included yellow asters Pershmg Beal Tliomasvillp son. Chester, entertained the j and yeuow r0sebuds. The newlyweds and Be'rnlcc Irene Kopp, Bair. (following on Christmas' Mr. wiu make home with Mr. and Robert Pei-hl R 1, were' wanted a marrlapr license. Mrs. Chester P. Worl-y. Mr. and i Mrs Earl Byers, Franklintown. Both ere an i Mrs Jesse Hamme was hostess, to I Mrs. John H. Albert, Miss Mary the groom are employed _' T.t Aftllllr "Wnlfp MlKR AH- members of the Women's Missionary society of the Lutheran congregation Worley, Lt. Arthur Wolfe. Miss An na Margaret Crist. Harry R. Albert in Franklintown. of the Holtzschwmnm and Mrs. Harold Smith, church nl a Christmas parly at her I Frances Arnold. Dillsburg. spent j home, Thomasvlllc R. D.. Dec. 18.1 the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Pfc Clyde L Staub. whose wife. Clyde Kennedy. York Springs. Ruth, and daughter. Lynda, live or Route 1. Thomnsville. was recently admitted pital. Chic-kasha. Okhi.. lor n The Yolk Springs, high school basketball team will play the teams Miriam Estelte Bankert, daughter of Mrs. Daniel Gobrecht. and Wil- liam H. Lear, Dillsburg, son of M. J. Lear, were married at 6 o'clock Christmas Eve in St. Matthew's Lu- to Borden General hos- of the New Oxford high school in theran church, Hanover. The double aural the York Springs fire hall on Janu- i rehabilitation in Borden's outstand- ing hearing clinic. .Staub was in- ducted into the army last July. ary 1 at p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harlacher. formerly of Drexei Hill, are now liv- 1.___ i ing at, 603 East King street, Cliam- Need Discharges To Clianes uiausvii, nephew, Richard Clausen, first class urday night when their automobne officer of the navy. In addition, sktewiped a tree on t ,e Bo ng he Cashman children present were Sprlngs-Churchtown road and then Mr and Mrs Elmer Cashman, Mr. j crashed Into another tree. Mrs Havward Pwmtagton. Police of the Carlisle substation and Mrs. Hayward Harner Cashman and family, Mar- [aret Cashman and Jean Cashman. County Offices TO AUf-A Happy Kew Year LEIMBABOT II BaltiOMN Hanorer. reported. Kirk Shannon, of Mt. Holly Springs, who police said wa.s the driver, was treated at Carlisle hospital lor a laceration of the scalp. He was charged with reckless driving before Justice of the Paece Harry E. Fishel, Boiling Springs. The offices of the county treasurer Tw0 passengers in his car were Exchange Spaces driving before Justice and the county commissioners at the antl were treated, at the court house have changed places, hospital. They were Gilbert Long, The treasurer's office has been moved to the east side, and the commis- sioners have taken the space on the west side, adjacent to the large vault in which the commissioners' records are kept. Readier access to the vault was given as the reason (or the change. ISSUED LICENSE John Elmer Wilson, Aspers R. 1, and Elton Mae SehoBMall, Gard- ners eecured marriage license In Carlisle. ON FAT DAT-JUT BOHD6 .bersburg. Mr. Harlacher was trans-- fcrred there by the Gulf Refining company whom he is employed. He writes they like their new home Veterans of World War II ai'f j very much. cautioned to bring their discharge j cpl. Roger Guise, son of Mr. and With them when registering for RR- i Mrs. Jerry B Guise, was discharged adjustment Allowance al a' public i from the armed forces after three employment office. II they do not I years' service. 21 months of which ring ceremony of the Lutheran cliurch was performed by the pastor, Rev. Dr. Harry Hursh Beidelman, in the presence of relatives and friends. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hunter, brother-in-law and sister of the bridegroom. John and Fisher, nephews of the ceremony a reception was held and Mrs. Hunter Carlisle, laceration of the scalp and Arthur Nelson. Mt. Holly Springs, fractured left arm. John LeRoy Sierer, father of Mrs. PhUlp Warner, Mt. Holly Springs, died Wednesday at his home in West Fan-view. Burial was made on Saturday at the Enola ceme- tery. Thomas Qoodyear, of Mt. Holly an employe of the Frog, Switch and Manufacturing com- pany, was treated at Carlisle hos- pital for a laceration of the left thumb suffered when his hand was In a handsaw while at work. have their discharge their claim can not be taken. Some have reported to Hie claims but failed to carry their discharge explaining that they were having it recorded at their County Court House. It is required that the vet- eran present the discharge when fil- ing for Readjustment Allowance benefits and a photostatic copy or any similar ropy can not be ac- cepted he spent He was at Suna Field Calcutta, India, for 15 months. for relatives and Intimate friends. The marriage of Miss Myrtle nt in the -ggj for six months, ire spent 80 days on Mr5. Elmer C. Bortner, YorK, ana the transport, coming home. He wears six battle stars and the presi- dential citation. N. y.. recently discharged from the j WAC. spent the holidays with Mr. j and Mrs. Ray Kemper nnd Mrs. Richard Edward Finefrock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Finefrock, Thomasville R. D. Mook place Sat- of Brooklyn, urday evening In Roth's Trinity i Laura Nissley. Miss Jurland spent three years in the hospital corps. MARRIAGE LICENSES R aaybaug of, Leroy George Little, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Little, and Mildred (Continned on Pate 4) Sale Register Dec. Sebrigbt, on the John M. Burgard farm, near East Gardners, is spending the with her baugh, at Strester, 111. Elizabeth Weaver, daughter of Mr. waiter Miller, of CPS, Unit 104, and Mrs. Edward Weaver, all of Adams county. A marriage license was issued at the court house to Paul Fran- cis Little, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- mund Little, Gettysburg, and Miss Marion Elizabeth Leonard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Leonard, McSherrystown. nishlngs. January E. Delsinier, York, R. D. 4, on the Rebert Farm, prior to his discharge. His sister. Lois, a student at Anderson college, Indiana, is also spending the holi- day vacation at home. (CerttoMl en 4) Equipment. January Benjamin RenoU, Berlin, real estate, 1 p. m. March B. RenoU, Dover R. D, Mid farmlnf UnpU- menU. .EWSPA.PE.8   

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  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

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"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

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