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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania YOUR ADVERTISEMENT SATURDAY OCTOBER t As Criminal cases are screened and prepared carefully be tween prosecutor and police officer resulting in the last complete acquittal by a jury in June of 1962 In all others since then the jury either convicted or imposed the costs upon the defendant The Fact Is On September 17th and 18th 1962 Attorney Allen H Krause defended Joseph P Arnold against a charge prose cuted by your office and on September 181962 the jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY COUNTY TO PAY THE COSTS Didnt yon check the facts are yon loose with the facts or are you trying to fool the voters of Lebanon County What other facts which yon state to them are as completely wrong and false M VOTERS OF LEBANON COUNTY j J Elect a Veteran In Fact i District Attorney of Lebanon County i 2 3 A VETERAN of fonr years service in the Army Air Forces in World War II A VETERAN of 25 years as a trial lawyer in the Courts of Lebanon County A VETERAN at keeping his Facts Straight and giving them to the Voters ELECT ALLEN H KRAUSE DISTRICT ATTORNEY ON ELECTION DAY TOMOHBOW Nathan Grosky Chairman Combined Political Action Committee Frank Gabriel lf i v i President Young Democrats of Lebanon Donald Fies i Chairman Young Democrats Political Action Committee Observe Reformation Sunday In Annville ANNVILLE Nov I Refor mation Sunday was observed Pauls Evangelical Lutheran Church Sunday Music was pre sented by Ihn Junior choir di rected by Miss iRufh Howard The senior choir directed by Mrs Faye Frye also sang Wil liam Paul son of Dr anri Mrs Jacob Rhodes and David William son of Mr and Mrs William Heeler were baptized Next vSunday the Rev Henry Early newly chosen pastor will preach his first sermon The Family is moving into the par sonage today Christ UCC Reformation was observed at Lebanon Dally News Lebanon Pa Monday November 1 1965 Page 27 the morning worship service at Christ United Church of Christ Sunday The Senior choir sang the an them directed by James Shuey and the Junior choir directed by Mrs Shucy also sang The Rov W Miller Price spoke on Old Church New Look The Youth Fellowship attended the Reformation service of the Lebanon Association at lhe My erstown United Church of Christ The Rev A Augustus Welsh pastor of Christ Church Bethle hem was speaker The annual Thankoffering serv ice of Christ Church will be held November 14 November 21 the committee on lay life and work has arranged for a hymn sing The Rev Jackson True It will be the leader Family Reunion Is Held At Ono ONO Nov 1 A family re union was held Sunday at the home of Mrs Edna Miller Ono Present were Capl and Mrs Charles R Wood and children Dianue Barbara Judith Ixwise and Alan Fairfax Va Mr and Mrs Marvin J Miller and children Gerald and Sharon Beth Himelsbach Harrisburg RD 1 Mr and Mrs H a r o t d Schambcr and children Larry John Charles Michael Donald and Fern Jonestown RD 1 Mr and Mrs Richard E Miller and sou Stephen Lebanon Mr and Mrs Paul Ruhl Manheim RD 3 Mr and Mrs Lester Ruhl Lincoln and W Ray Miller Co tati Calif Mr Miller Is superintaiulcn1 of Colati School District and is on his way to Kuropc for a 21 day tour with the Comparative Education Society Other News Mrs William Emrich Mrs fouth Fellowship Holds Meeting In Myerstown MYBRSTOWN Nov I A dis ussion on hobbies and recreation eatured Sunday nights weekly icssion of the Youth Fellowship tf the Kvangelical United Breth Rev Ristenbatt Is Guest Speaker At Bunker Hill cn Church The Fellowship Commission vas In chargo of the program vith Mrs Robert the senior advisor Mary Haak and Gail Heiscy vere leaders for two groups of discussions WM devoted to sports of football hockey and hunting and ths other wai de voted to hobbies of atampi hot rodding and comics Following the discussion k was decided that hobbies and recronlion can be wholesome means of promoting tha practice of Christian citizenship Ceorco Meiscy president of the YF presided over tha meeting Sheryl Kauffman read the Scrip lures and Sandra Haak led the prayer Selections were sung by the youth choir directed by Mrs Marquctle BUNKER HILL Nov The IRev Earl Ristenbatt was the guest speaker on Sunday eve ning in Bunker Hill Church The program was given by the Church pastor the Rev Harry Dorley Special music was pro vided by The Herald Quartet with Eunice Wagner as accom panist Rally Day was announced for next Sunday morning and a Missionary service for the eve ning Herman Noll will bethe Karl Clickand Mrs R S Kreiser attended the luncheoi in Fellowship Hall Bunker Hill given by Mrs Walter Bernhei sel president of the Lebanoi County Womans Christiai Temperance Union A WCTU executive rrieetin was held after the luncheon The Rev Jay Fulmer spoke on The Reformation In the Ono Evangelical United Hrelh ItMi Church Sunday morning in observation of Reformation Sun day Mr and Mrs John Wise mis sionaries to South Africa spoke am showed slides of the work being done in South Africa by the Church of the Nazarene The meeting was held Friday evening in the Ono Church of the Nazarene Mrs Ralph Gush ing was the leader Pianos Organs In One Oi Our 3 Locations IN LEBANON North 9th Strtt IN HARRISBURQ 24 South 2nd SI IN BERKS COUNTY 40J Penn Avs West Reading Perry B Reifsnyder f Ray Day speaker and the Minute Men Quartet wil furnish special music On Nov 14 the church pastor expects to again take over the services Birthday anniversary cele brants this week are Gail Bender Keith Fittery Terry Lee Fake Randy Lemke Mrs LADIES SCORE FIRST ST JOSEPH Mo AP The citys first allwoman de veloped subdivision Is nearing completion Developers of the tract which has 23 building sites are Mrs Robert Heerlein and Mrs Elaine OBanion who have conducted all negotiations and steered the planning lliroiigliyaripuscity agencies Leroy Fake arid niph Daub charged from the Good Samari tan Hospital on Saturday Miss Carole Ulrich daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Ulrich was admitted to the Lebanon Sanatorium on Sunday where she had anoperation for acute appendicitis Mr and Mrs Harvey K Smith will quietly celebrate their 52nd f Mrs Jamis IVLI was wedding anniversary on Tues disday WALTER L PEFFLEY CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF Was Born And Raised In Lebanon Couniy I Has Been A Constable In The 3rd Ward For Nearly 11 Years i Is Not Receiving Any Form of Pension Unlike His Opponet Is The Father of 5 Children 3 of Whom Live At Home Is An Honest Capable Willing Worker And He Deserves Your Vole on Nov 2 VOTE FOR WALTER L PEFFLEY Nathon Grosky Chairman Combined Politico Adion Commlttw Frank Gobilcl Prtildent Young Democrat of Libflnon Donald Flei Chairman Younf Osmncrati Political Action 1965 Democratic Candidates Lebanon City and County Mayor Paul F Quairoli City Council Samuel B Dabich John A Walter School Director G Rudolf Dechert Bruce A Gettle Ralph Phillippy Sheriff Walter L Peffley Register of Wills Philip H Feather District Attorney Allen H Krause Jury Commissioner Robert W Rothermel To Split Your Vote After Youve Closed The Curtain DONT Pull The Party Lever JUST Push Down The Levers For Each Candidate Oi Your Choice THEN Open The Curtain Lebanon County Democratic Committee Danitl E Walter Campaign Chairman
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