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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Pagg 18 News Lebanon Pa Monday November 1 1965 6 Social Eveiits Held At Hospital Six social activities were total of J50 patients attended ducted for patients at the The Sunday evening sports anon Veterans was sponsored by the Mill Hospital over the weekend asjlary Order of Ihe Cooties Now follows Uuniborlaiid It was hold in the A ward party took place insocial ronm of RuildhiK 22 with Building 17 sponsored by HIP Floyd Mamm in iliargp of ar American War Mothers of liar risburg Mrs Crater made the arrangnnrnis Twcn tyeight patients participated A games parly in the social Seventy r ticnls participated five in room of Building 22 was spon sored by the NavyMother Club 763 Reading Arrangements were made by Mrs Irene Smith Fiftyfive patients par ticipatfd The Sunday afternoon recep tion held in the social room nf Building 22 was sponsored by the American War Mothers nf Duncannon Mrs Violet Crater arranged the event Alnlal nf 200 patients and visitors attend ed The Sunday bowling m a I c h was sponsored by Ihe Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary of Liltlosiown Arrangements wrre made by Mrs Genevieve RPU niann Twentyfive patients par ticipated Kerchcrs Feled For Anniversary Mr and Mrs Earl E Kerch er G92 Cherry St Lebanon were guests of honor at a sur prise dinner held Saturday night at the lloffnian House Pal myra in observance of their nth wpdding aniversary which orruiTpil Sunday Mr and Mrs Kcrrher were marrird Oct 31 1D25 at St Marks United Church of Christ by the lale flev 1 Calvin Fisher The Kerchers are the par ents of six children all of whom were present for the dinner The children are Chester iKrrcher Doris Mrs Pau Girl Of Month i Named By Club An entertainment Glenn Kercher Donald was held in the auditorium of JKernher all of Lebanon Shir Building One Entertainment hey Mrs Thomas Daub Cole provided by the Gift Sisi brook and Fred K ere her 1ers School of Dance Reading Hampton Va Their in grandchildren also Women Of Moosel At Convocation atlended the dinner Mr Kcrcher is employed Jean Frances Bolger was elected Girl of the Month For iNovrinner by llie Palmyra Junior Wo mens Club Mis Holdera prniorin llie Piilinyra Mipli Srliool tlir Mr and Mrs William Hoi jirr 727 K Maple St Pal myra She attends Trinity Unit ed Church of Christ ami a member of tlie Chapel Choir and Youth Fellow ship Mis nchool ac tivities include Future Honir of America pflitor of the Year Ixmk a member of hand for five years a mem ber of the VHIHIV Choir llip Senior rirls1 Kusrmhlc anrl Woodwiml She a member of National Honor Society and of thp honor roll She has been lected for slate scholarship anrl re Frances Bolger rrived a loiter of commen dation from National Merit Scholarship She has been accented at ihe Un iverily of Delaware fol lowing graduation from Palmyra Area Hiph School Bontbergers Are Hosts To Guests at Members of the Lebanon Chapter fifiS Women of the Moose motored to Coatesville on Sunday to altpnd the convo cation of the Women of the Moose of Eastern Pennsylvania Mrs Daisy Popp a College of Regentsi member helped in the capping exercises She had the of capping Mrs Jennie i Nolan of ML Carmel Chapter 1210 There were 33 chapters repre senting 2G9 coworkers in at tendanceTwenty nine re ceived green beanies Sixty eight College members attend ed The scholarship fund amounted to and the en dowment fund Other coworkers from Leba non attending were Mrs Beau lah Swanger Mrs Sara Jane McNeill Mrs Violet Bleislein Mrs Grace Spangler Mrs Car rie Bretz Mrs Louise Morning star Mrs Catherine Ferretti Mrs Kathryn Zimmerman and Mrs Catherine McKentley The latter is also a college mem Foodland Mr and Mrs Donald Kercher also observed their llth wed Mr and Mrs Light M Bom berger piitprtained a number of friends and relatives at their home 200 Adam Drive Leba non Sunday afternoon Among the guests was Air man Third Class Kay C Bom berger who left this morning for Chanule Field 111 after a tenday leave Other guests were Glenn Bomberger Mr and Mrs John Dilzler Mr and Mrs Mark S Bomberger Mr and Mrs Clyde Rnmberger Mr and Mrs S M Bross Mr and Mrs David Bashore Mr and Mrs Harlan Rross Mr and The parly took place In theiMrs Herman Mr and basement of Schrums Store Richard Gibblc Klein Ave Lebanon Members antl Mrs Gerhard Rein of the Friendship Football hard Mr and Mrs Harry C Bomberger Mr anrl Mrs Rich ding anniversary on Sunday Kevin Schrum 11 Tendered Party Kevin Schrum son of Mr and Mrs Loren Schrum was feted at a parly Saturday evening in celebration of his eleventh birth day anniversary ALuCorl Menu TIMBERS Refresh and movies were of the s football Mark Toe Team Were invited Games were played ments were served Some of the movies Friendship team games this year Guests present were Childers Glenn Childers Ron ald Ceresini Mike Latessa Jeff Spangler Jim Getlle Frank Kealh John Fisher Eddie Al bert Mike Albert Tom Jordan Gary Eckort Dick Bowers Scott G o s s Frank Blouch Larry Blanch Kevin Anspach Joe Krause Loren Schruiii Mrs John Bolz Mrs Ed Jordan Mrs George Johnson Mrs Bertha Artz Mr and Mrs John Eckcrf Mrs Ed Albert and son Kevin Mike K el sell and Mr and Mrs Schrum ard K Rohland Miss Nora Bomberger Mrs Bertha Light Mr and Mrs William Snader Brandt John Alan Ditz ler Mr and Mrs Elmer Bross Mark Bradley and Crystal Bomberger Thomas Frances Evelina Linda Eric Brian arid Barry Brqss Dale David Ste ven and Melody Cribble Bur nell Stefan and Dennis Bross Kenneth K e r r y and Janice nohlahrl Mr and Mrs Carl Bross MORE ON Alexander Frnm Trnt MARTIN Mr and Mrs ClarenceZim merman Martin of Myerstowri RD 3 announce the birth of their twelfth child a sontoday amat their homeThe mother is tthV f o r m e r Mary Zimmerman1 NollThe father is a farmer Both parents are for merly of Lancaster Cgunly A son was Ixmi to Mr and Mrs John I Garloff of 191L E Penna Ave Lebanon in t h e Good Samaritan Hospital at am Sunday The mother is the former Lavern Reigle The father is employed by the Interstate Dress Carriers MILLER Mr and Mrs Earl Miller of Npwmanslown RD 1 are the parents of a son The infant was born at am Sunday in the Lebanon Sanatorium The moth er prior to marriage was Margaret Nemec The father is employed by the Manheim Ful ler Company KNAPP Its a son for Mr and Mrsj Harold J Knapp of 1130 Miff lin St Lebanon The infant was born at am Sunday in the Good Samaritan Hospital The mothers maiden name was Anna K Root The father is employed by the Park Silk Company BURGET Note Anniversary Mr and Mrs Russell Fritz of Jonestown formerly of Leba non observed their 28th wed ding anniversary Sunday They are Ihe parents of one daughter Marie Mrs ol Myerstown five granddaughters grandson George Snavely RD 3 They have and one PartyHeldBy Browme Troop A Halloween party was held by the Brownie Troop of Salem Lutheran Church Lebanon on Saturday morning at the church Leaders are Mrs Jean Snavely and Mrs Louise Smith Prizes for costumes were giv en to Karen Long prettiest Vic kie Smith ugliest Itebbie Me Henry most original and Lisa Barber last guessed Tammy Furman welcomed as a newBrownie was invested in the troop Games were played with the following as winners Vickie Smith Renee Hershberger and Beth Smith Refreshments were served TOP COATS RAIN COATS Expertly Done Call First Thing In The Morning 407 South Lincoln Ave 40 South Ninth Street Phone 2722621 Palmyra Jaycees Hold Parly At Finks Grove PALMYRA Nov 1 Tlie Palmyra Jaycees held a Hallo ween parly at Finks Grove on jSaturday nighl The 67 guests j attending were frnm Palmyra Jonestown Lebanon and the AnnvilleCleona chapters Prizes were awarded for the most original costumes to Earl Phillipy and James Teahl who represented a sheriff and a ban dit Mrs Roger Carpenter who represented Cousin It of the Addams family also received a prize The last couple to be identi fied was Mr and Mrs Richard Dows The Judges were Mr and Mrs Richard Uniberger Mr and Mrs William Fake and Mr and Mrs Fred Shaffer Hallowern eams were fol lowed by dancing and the serv ing of refreshments Ira Light was chairman of the event ILL WIND ETC LUBBOCIvTex AP A local store manager had oc casion to be thankful to a West Texas high wind Three worn en browsing around his shop left without making any pur chases The startled manager gave chase when a gust of wind lifted the tail of one womans i dress revealing a mans suit their hasty flight the wom en dropped two other suits Special MENS SUITS 24O 165 VALUE Phone Rfl3511 Boh for a rjuasirecognition Red China and Ted for extra radicalism in Civil Rights The defeat of their Federal Bench candidate Frank Morrissey hit Ihe Kennedys where it hurl the most in the pocketbook of prestige When a Kennedy says I want it that no long er translates in the Senate to mean Itshis for the asking Who would have bet that Ihe Democraticheavy Sfllh Congress would slap Johnsonwrapped gifls from the hands of Organ ized Labor and the Negro Revo lutionaries Rut Republican Leader Dirkson of Illinois the wily parliamentarian not only whipped the Kennedys on the Morrissey nomination but took the lead in outflanking the Tall Tactician of the White House by filibustering the Rightto Wbrk Repealer It was impos sible hut Dirkson did it any how with the silent approval of most Democrats Home Rule for Washington would have handed over Ihe capita cily to a 60 per cent Negro majority and the Americans Demo cratic Action a farout cult of Leftists But the House of Rep resentatives made ah eleventh hour slnnd and Home Rule went down the drain Conservative victories Liber al defeats They were skirmish es not battles but they occur red in fields of deep signifiaiice for American traditionalism They were wins against pro Communist positions against Labor bosshood against over compensation for the Negro mi no ri I y There was much more to cheer conservative hearts The House whooped through a res olution by Congressman Selden D which called for auto malicapplication of the Monroe Doctrine whenever Communism struck in Latin America Young Americans rallied in many cities against beatniks of pacifism and the word is in Washington that CIA money is bankrolling the patriotic youngsters against the squatin and the draftdodging set COULD IT have happened bet ter under Goklwater Despite efforts by GOP Chairman Bliss to devitalize the parly by out lawing its most ardent spirits the Free Society Association the Mr and Mrs Michael R Bur get of 9SB Daffodil Drive Leba jnon became the parents of a f I daughter at pm Sunday in the Good Samaritan Hospi tal The mother was formerly Diane H McParland The fatli er is employed by Eli Lilly and Company HOFFMAN At pnv Saturday in the I Good Samaritan Hospital a son was born to Mr and Mrs Terry Hoffman of 602 E Lincoln Ave Myerstown The mother prior to marriage was Patricia Mil ler The father is employed by Ihe Quaker Alloy Casting Com pany American Conservative Union and the Americans for Constitu tional are going strongj PLANT BANK The baked meals for the fu neral of Conservatism have been MOVER Mr and Mrs RayMoyer of 105 W Washington Ave Myers town have a daughter who was born at pm Saturday in the Good Samaritan Hospital The mother is the former Mari lyn J Schell The father is a plumber employed by Henry Scheil SHUEY The Richard Shneys of Ann villeRD1 2 announce the birth of a son The infant arrived in the Good Samaritan Hospital at am Saturday The mother was formerly Virginia L Dun rlore The fathrr is employed by the CJcaver Brooks Company Harvey Helman Is Given Party Harvey Helman of 122 W Walnut St Palmyra was guest of honor at a party on Sunday in celebration of his sixteenth birthday anniversary The par ly took place at his home He is the son of Mr and Mrs Har vey Helman Jr Entertainment for the parly was provided by the Nilros Band of Palmyra Members of the band are Jerry Hetrick Gregory Kendig Robert Bork ort Douglas Steckman and Dale Ulrich Attending the party were Nancy Speece Robert Mos sier John Hosier Jack Scliroy er Michael Miller Lynn Shaf fer Mildred Schmidt E 1 m e r Daub Carl Keppley Alan Mos sier Nancy Hupendubler Mary Lou Helman Linda Helman Mr and Mrs Kenneth Miller Mr and Mrs Daniel Bolm and son Harold and Mr and Mrs Harry Keiffer warmed over revivalism for a festival of Weekend Visitors Mr and Mrs Krith Babcr of Southampton England w ere weekend Bursts of Mr and Mrs rlrnrsl Kirrstono 1021 Willow St Lebanon The Babcrs are now residing at Warren Pa as i exchange stuclonl teachers The tBabcrs are here while Mr and Mrs Ronald Firestone of Leb anon are taking their places as teachers in Southampton NEW YORK garden looks scraggly and your spot ty in Ihe fall you can make a good investment by depositing some mums in a plant bank By picking up a few clay pot ted mums now you can enjoy them as house plants while their bloom lasts this fall When the munis have gone out of bloom plunge them pot and all in a littleused part of your 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