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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania Monday November 11965 Page 11 ADVERTISEMENT Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer bit or feel of loose teethFASTEETH an improved alka line nonacid powder sprinkled on your plates holds them firmer so they more comfortable Avoid embar rassment caused by loose plates Get FASTEETH at any drug counter ADVERTISEMENT STOP DRAFTS DRAFTS EASriO INSTALL Inside or Outside 36 Plastic Sheet with moldingsnd nails if YOUR watch is unfceR js a spell Presto Your walch runs Your jewelry glistens like new And they stay that way Dont settle for less than the tender loving care our experts can give them Prices modest Thomas E Clark JEWELER 8TH MIFFLIiV STS Property Located On E Grant St Ibli For Premises at 104 E Grant St cbanon recently sold for 00 according lo a deed placed n record in the office of the jcordcr of deeds They passed om Richard M and Eloise K mith Gilbertsville Pa to Mar arctI Bclmont Lebanon Also placed on record was a tieriffs deed that convey e d remises known as the Millards ille Hotel Jacksgn Township the Richland National Bank or The premises pass d from Pearl Korcher Five olhcr recent county ropcrly sales were recorded in cecls filed as follows Premises at 132 Walcr St ebron frnm Robert W and Mancy E Rollz lo Iohn A Kiene r and wife Kathleen all of on th Lebanon Township for 11000 Premises in North Cornwall ownship from Mary W Hei cy North Cornwall Township o Carrie I Carnalhan East Hanover Township for Premises on the south side of alem Avenue Lebanon and ther premises on the north side f Clicstiuit Street Lebanon rom the eslale of Daisy M aililman lale of Lebanon lo rvin Carpenter Jr and wife Lebanon for 10000 A tract of land on the east icle of Oak Street Richland rom Sallie Kegerrcis Richland o Charles J arid Loraine D nspach Womelsdorf for Premises in South London derry Township from Wayne E md Shirley A Smith to Ken leth J and Kathleen K Ko er all of Palmyra for Cadet Troop 446 Holds Meeting In Campbelltown CAMUBELLTOWN Nov 1 adet Troop 446 of Campbell Lpwn held their weekly meeting Wednesday at the American Le Post Home The ceremony openedwill the color guard ceremony bj Ruth Zartman Valerie Valentic Cherie Thomas and Candj Cherie Thomas troop scribe gave her report A Halloween party will b held tonight at the legion home Patrol one is in charge of the decorations patrol two re freshments and patrol three entertainment The Girl Scout calendars will be on sale next month Mrs Ernest Blose is cookie chairman for the troop The girls sang Happy Birth day to Candy Rowe Jean Miller had charge of opening and closing ceremony Adults attending were Mrs Patrick Arndt leader asst Mrs John Valentic Mrs LeRoy Zartman committee chairman Halloween Parade Despite the bad weather In Campbelltown early Thursday night the goblins and witches were parading in the streets The Campbelltown firemen and auxiliary sponsored the pa rade The children formed in front of the school and follow ed the fire truck through town Later tljey met in front of the fire hall for refreshments serv ed by the fire company The following served Mrs Wil lard Pearson Mrs Mark Hou ser Mrs Lloyd Hampton Mrs Robert Kapp Mrs Howard Mil ler Mrs II o ward Dimpsiy Jr I A DISTRICT ATTORNEY should be a proven f rial a w y e r with many years of court room experience This man is one of Lebanon Countys leading trial lawyers and he has 25 years of courtroom experi ence He served 4 years in the Army Air Corps during World War II VOTE FOR Allen H Krause ON NOVEMBER 2ND Donald Ftes Chairman Young Democrat Action CvmmlHw frank Gabriel President Young of Nathan Groskr Chairman Combined Action Commlttn BARGAIN TOWN USA MONDAY TUESDAY GULF MOTOR OIL QT CAN thf erf of htr or JS fot fir st Hens Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Values to Permanent Press never needs 100 cotton I Buttondownspread tab and roll collars SMLXL Plaida solids stripes prints Rush in now for yours 339 SMLXL 12Transisfor 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