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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Lebanon Billy News Lebanon Monday November 11965 Hollowttn Spirit Prgvoils Schaefferstown Presents Parade SCHAEFFERSTOWN Nov 1 The true Halloween1spirit was alive in Schacfferstown Saturday evening as hundreds of witches clowns goblins and ghosts paraded the slreels lo the tunes of martial music played by high school bands Hundreds of spectators lined Main Street to see one of the most colorful Halaloween spec tacle in years Special street lighting In the center of town and porch lights by the street lights lighted up he parade route Fire engines supplied ex Ira lighting for the four bands which furnished music for the marchers The fourdivision parade was hesded by fire policeman Har vey Hnrlon followed by a color guard of American Legion members of Post 880 of Rich land Jacob Nelzlcy president of the Volunteer Fire Co and Luke Krall president of he Heidelberg Lions Club were the marshals for the fourdi vision spectacular They w ere followed by the cngiiiD of he Schaefferstown Fire Co and a car with the Lebanon Valley Fire Prevention Queen Donna J Reichard Members of the Heidelberg Lions Club carrying a banner announcing the min Btrel show on Nov 20 and 27 were next in the Una of march Cub Scouts carried banners announcing the various divi sions The Elco Senior Band led Division 1 followed by the dis aster truck of lie Richland Fire Co and he Goodwill Fire Co of Myerstown engine Single marchers completed this divi Division 2 was headed by the band of the Norlhern Leb iinon Junior High School fol lowed by the rescue truck of the Hook and Ladder Co My erstown Marchers included pairs and a procession of dec orated baby carriages and ex press wagons carrying paraders too young lo march the route of parade The Elco Junior High School band led Division 3 Large groups including the Bonnie Spinners a group of baton twirlers Cub Scouts of Schaef ferstown and also Pack 37 Brownies dressed as Cinder ellas Girl Scouts dressed as pussy cats dogs on a leash and even a live racoon walking along peacefully on his leash Frackville girls also marched in this section Thi float division was headed by a group of Millcreek fown ship High School Alumni for mer band personnel followed by the Newmanslown Fire Com pany truck The float Hitch Your Wagon to a Star won the hcarls of all as it passed by It was manned by a tiny young lady Oilier floals entered were Elco FFA Klco 411 Dairy Club AnnvilleCleona FFA Millcreek alumni frolic queen Elco special education class The Monsters Kleinfeltcrsville junior choir and he Myerslown Lions Club Automobiles and horses were also included in this group Judges were Mrs Dale Zarl man Sandra Zarlman Warren Wike George Miller Mr and Mrs Paul Spiller Rila and Kathryn Kurtz Mr and Mrs Kenneth Krall Jr Daniel Lcib Jr Mr and Mrs Robert llorsl and Mr and Mrs Earl Crotise Single marchers were Alan tellers Mike Jiiuler J e n n y Mays Harry Haish and Lynn Kellers all each Franklin Noll Lenn Xcller Marilyn Yahn Michelle Gimlet and Carol Mays each K a 1 It y Kirk wood Dorothy HoyctyJohn Klrkwootl Robert GrouseGary Miller Claudia Gosherl Chris lene Boyer Sloven Hnrsl Joyce Fasnachl aiu Terry Shollcy each Mrs Ray Sherman Tom my Hoffman Kim Kline and Marion Ginder each These bicycle riders received Jl each Charles Smith Larry Fair Gordon Beamesderfer Gary Romberger and John Dubble Receiving In the pairs division were Ruth Ann Spltler Ruth Ann Manner Laur ie Hanncr Kryslal Hanncr John Hanner Susan and Tina Hummel Shirley Gardner and children Glenn Weik and Frank Yocum Rulh Ann Carpenter and Lester and Franklin Lefflcr received Alverla Mays and Sadie Hainlcy Michael and Richard Sanders and Gladys Shower and Ricky Gerhart won per pair Cub Pack 37 dressed as hoot owls won Cub Pack 17 Brownie Troop 1092 Junior Girl Scout Troop 405 and Mr and Mrs Lyle Krall and children Nisa and Lon per group Winning were the Ncvin Ho IT family James Ginder and family and Marilyn Kattffman and family group winners included Lee Yoder Earl Knier Sandy Swangcr Mr and Mrs Walter Ginder and family Yvonne Balsbaugh and family and Pele David and Dorcne Ginder School float winners Elco FFA AnnvilleCleona FFA Elco Special education and also the Elco4H float Oth er float winners were Con nie Snavcly The Bonnie Spinners Millcreek Alumni As sociation and Kleinfeltersville junior choir each Elmer Wolfe Breiuia Hammer and Sue Weiss each Automobile winners were Gary Wallermeyer William Kidlcr Horses Dale Matthews and Claudia How ell John E Brunner Sr and John E Brunner Jr each Bands received cash contri bution They were not in contest for prizes The parade formed on Oak Street at the school house and marched west on Oak Street to Route 501 south on 501 to Main Street east on Main to Kralls Meat Market and then west on Main to point of formation Prizes were paid the fire engine house All of the children marchers received candy for their efforts Members of the Fire Company Auxiliarj sold refreshments in the engine house Members of the committee on arrangements were Bruce Boltz Harold Noll Robert Meyers and Harry Sanders of the Fire Com pany and Haold Horst Pan Welch Ray Horst Paul DeLong and Lowell Seivering of the Heidelberg Lions Club Bunker Hill WCTU Holds Meeting In Fellowship Building BUNKER HILL Nov 1 Officers and directors of the Lebanon County Womans Chris tian Temperance Union also members of committees who served at the recent state con vention were luncheon guests Sunday afternoon ofthe county president Mrs Walter heisel The luncheon was held in the Priztt Awordtd Costumet Halloween Parade Is Held In Womelsder WOMELSDORF Nov 1 Trick or Treat nights opened in Womelsdorf Friday with a pa rade for the p reschool and ele mentary grade children The Conrad Weiser Area High School band under the direction at William Mills led the pa rade The Halloween party for the kiddies look place in the Wom elsdorf School Cen ler where refreshments w e re served by the PTA mothers with Mrs Ray E Swope Sr serving as food chairman Prizes awarded by the Wom clsdorf Citizens Committee were as follows Singles Audrey Shepler 1st Debbie Rolhermel 2nd and Betty Oxenrider Srd pretliest Denise Boyer 1st Peggy Ruffcnmeyer 2nd and Chris Richards 3rd funniest Kim Long 1st Kathy Snyder 2nd and William Scheuring 3rd most original Cheryl Phillis Isl Mark Ixckhart 2nd and Cory Pull Srd Groups Ugliest Melvin Bricker and Decna Raihl 1st Mitchell and Michael Chelius 2nd and Jeffrey Klick and Gary Witmer 3rd most original Eric Moore and D Mitchell Weiss 1st Robin Weiss Susan Speck Debbie Page 2nd and Sharon Shartle and Bobby Sharlle 3rd pretliest Bonita and Debra Ben nett 1st Peggy Kalzin and Re becca Roland 2nd and Kalhy Kiphorn Anne Flickinger Can dace McQuate 3rd Funniest Lori Phillips Scott Kennedy 1st Gregory Hartman Donald 2nd and Mary De Long JoAhn Sherman 3rd Specials Camp Fire Girls and Busy Blue Birds Citizens Committee members marching with he panders were Mayor Clarence E Flick inger Sr Mrs Paul Conway Kingsley Albert and Luth er W Sweigart PTA homeroom mothers as sisting Mrs David Lock art Mrs Melvin A Hoover Mrs Robert Shepler Mrs John Putt Rufus Wagner and Mrs Robert L Shuman Judges were J Arthur Hoffman Mrs Stuart Schnader Mrs Harry Bross and Mrs Max Moore Approximately one hundred fifty participated in the Friday night affair A R Bierman Retires From Bethlehem Steel The retirement of Alvin R Bierman 318 S Railroad St Myerstown was announced to day by R L Riley genera manager of the Bethlehem Stee Corporations Lebanon plant Bierman isretiring from the position of industrial analyst in the Industrial Engineering De part men I with 47 yean and one month of service Hold Halloween Community Party In Stouchsburg STOUCHSBURG Nov 1 A total of 88 persons attended the community Halloween party in the parish education build ing Christ Lutheran C h u r c h Friday evening The affair was sponsored by the church school v Prizes were awarded in the following categories Children Charlene Fox funniest Mary Beth Hit ton most original Scot Brown prettiest Kathy Hartman last ones guessed Charlene Fox Ric key H ill on Rodney Yarrial Jimmie Hilton and Sydney As tin best dressed boy R a n d j Siegfried best dressed girl Cheri Marks best dressed cou pie Lora and Lorraine Man wilier Adults ugliest Mrs Richard Hilton and Mrs Pierce Fox funniest Mrs Pat Ketner prel liest Mrs John Siegfried mos original Mrs Donald Hollen bach last ones guessed Mrs Richard Hilton Mrs John Sie fried and Mrs Pierce Fox A guessing game was won bj John Siegfried Jr Walt Disnej cartoons were shown the group The affair ended with the serv ing of refreshments Judges for were Mr and Mrs John Moyer Jr Myerstnwn RD 1 and Mr and uthcran Women Hold Pine Grove Workshop PINE GROVE Nov 1 A workshop on leadership and membership development for utheran Church Women was held in StJohns Lutheran Church Pine Grove Saturday Mrs Ralph Bagger wife of the Rev Bagger of Hegins led he workshop She is a member of the board of directors of the Eastern Pennsylvania synodical unit of Lutheran Church Women Participating in this workshop were members from the follow ng churches St Johns Luth eran St Peters Lutheran Salem LulherariHetzels Jacob Qutwood Lutheran Parish St Matthews Lutheran Ravine which are all in the Pine Grove area Other churches partici pating were Llewellyn Luther an Parish St Peters Lutheran Reinerlon St Pauls Lutheran Tower City and St Johns Lutheran Tremont Baggers first session started at 1 pm At a re port on the convention of the National Auxiliary was made by Mrs Daniel H Ney Valley View and Mrs Michael War cola Hegins Arrangements forthe work shop were made by Mrs Rosier MillerValley View chairmanof the Heginsdistric assembly Mrs Leonard Good member of the synodical boart of the Lutheran Church Women and Mrs George Shollenbcrger president of the St Johns Luth eran Church Women Pine Grove Bible OIK Meets In Richland t 50 Senior Ladies Bible Class held heir regular monthly netting Friday evening with the men at juests j Songs were sung and the Rev ee Loos ledthe devotions Mrs Irvin Stewart Tead a poem and slides r taken by Mr and Mrs Irvin Stewart on their re cent tripto Hawaii were shown A covered dish luncheon served to the following Mr and Mrs John Stamm Mr and Mrs Jharles Shelhamer Mr and Mrs Warren Rauch Mr and Mrs Vernon Bentz Rev and Mrs Lee Loos Mrs Claude Shanaman Mrs Faye Sholley Mrs Paul Hot tenstein Mrs John Fletcher Mrs Tillie Bomberger Mrs James Schwalm Mrs Benjamin Hoover Mrs Ray Dornbach and Mrs Effie Layser and Earl Bentz Mrs Curtis Diffenbach Rich land RD 1 iChrist Church commiltee In charge of the party was Mrs SarahBrown Mrs Jay Brown and Mrs Marian Riehl Corn Field Destroyed On Hershey Estates Land HERSHEY Nov caused by are s i d e n t oftht South Hills area who was Burn ing trash caused a blaze which burned a fiveacre corn field OQ Hershey Estates land Sunday at pm 0 Richard FossaU second assistant fire chief reported that the Hershey Volunteer Co responded with three trucks and called for assistance from the Hummelslown Chemical Co which responded with twomori trucks Three pumper trucki and 30 firemenhad the der control and out pm An Apology The Political Action Committee for the Democratic Party wishes to offer its most sincere regrets to the people of the Palmyra area who were kind enough and interested enough to attend our scheduled rally at the Lebanon Valley Shopping Center on Friday October 29 1965 Although this rally had been scheduled five full weeks in advance with the offi cials of the shopping center and confirm ed with them on October 27 1965 it was suddenly cancelled by these same officials only seven hours before the planned start ing time The reason for the cancellation has not been satisfactorily explained ritANK GABRIEL PRESIDENT YOUNG DEMOCRAT NATHAN GROSKY CHAIRMAN COMBINIO POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE DONALD HE YOUNG DEMOCRATS POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE WALTER L PEFFLEY Candidate For Sheriff Will if elected do everything in his power to 1 Reestablish discipline in the county jail 2 Run the county jail in an orderly and economical manner 3 Be fair and firm in his handling of prisoners 4 Use his office to promote the rehabil itation of prisoners in order to help re turn them to society as useful and self sustaining citizens Bunker Hill Christian Fellow ship Hal A county executive meeting held since there will not be a fall institute and execu tive meeting It was decided to dispense with the regular Fall Institute because of this county entertain ing the slate conventionMrs Bernhcisel conducted the meet ing Mrs Lester Martin read the minutes of the last meeting Miss Tamali Gcib treasurer re ported on the countys after con vention financial condition Mrs Bernhcisel read some of the letters of thanks and commen dation Much appreciation was ex presssed in Hie letters for the gift of Lebanon Bologna re ceived by all who attended the banquet A card of congratula tions was each one present to Mr and Mrs Harry Brown of Palmyra who celebrat ed their golden wedding anni versary ori Saturday Mrs Brown is a county director and the Palmyra local president Dates were set for coming events as follows Annual Christ mas party at WeVncrsville State Hospital Dec 9 in Ward W3 fnv B5 nien Mrs Lillian Carson will be in charge of this project Working with MrsCarson In buying and wrapping gifts will be Mrs George Iandis Mrs Lcroy Sanders Mary Kreider Kreider and M r s Richard Kercher A donation was voted toward fruit baskets for the Lebanon VA Hospital Mrs Esther Yost and Miss Ruth Kreider are in charge of this project A do nation is also to be sent to the Lords Day Alliance and the Christian concern committee April 21 a four county in slitute in Reading May 21 a county sponsorec social event with the following commiltee in c h a r g e Mrs Mary Roinbcrser Mrs Mild red Bragg Mrs Kenneth Maurer Mis Earl Click and Mrs William Yost July 21 Annual Loyal Tem perance Legion Day Camp Aug 18 the county convention with Quentin Union as host March 2fi a county institute to held in Bunker HillFel lowship Hall October 1 the annual Harvest supper at Mt Lebanon Camp Grove with Myerstown Union in charge The committee In charge of youth temperance education week held in April is M r s Harry Brown Timah Geib anc Mrs Mary Blouch together with the presidents of the three YTCs of the county The new countj directors were handed out to the local presidents It was urgct that a drive he put on for more Rock of Ages members The closing prayer was given bj Mrs Elhcl Darkes county vice president FRANK GAftKICL PRESIDENT VOUNG DEMOCRAT NATHAN GROSKY CHAIRMAN COMIINED POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTH DONALD FIE CHAIRMAN YOUNG OfMOCRATI POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTfl V Thirtysix thousand people work in Rockefeller Centers thousands of offices n restau rintx ikating rink and worlds largest theater Radio City Music Hall 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