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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 19, 1944, Lebanon, Pennsylvania Mojo Dat bib Xinpu june 1ft 1944 Lebanon sem weekly news Lebanon a Isaac Peifer Dies suddenly Friday Thome Isaac w Peifer associated with the Anthracite Coal business in Lebanon and surrounding coun ties for More than forty years and known also in club and other similar social circles died suddenly about 3 Oclock Friday afternoon at his Home at 1104 Cumberland Street he suffered a mild heart condition for several years but it was intensely aggravated nearly three weeks ago after a business trip to Wilkes Barre he contracted a cold with a serious threat of pneumonia since then he was restricted to the second floor of his Home by a physician but was not entirely confined to bed he appeared to be vastly improved last week and was looking Forward to a resumption of his usual Active tie next week when after shaving himself on Friday afternoon he suddenly fell to the bathroom floor his wife heard the thud and ran to his Aid and called a doctor but life was extinct before the physician could reach the Home or Peifer was Horn and reared Here the son of Cornelius and Mary Jane Sattazahn Peifer another son Paul residing at Annville is now the sole survivor of that Branch of the family after leaving school he took up salesmanship of Coal for a local wholesaler later he became affiliated with the Maderia Hill Coal company As a travelling agent and he continued with that corporation for Twenty six years ten years ago he engaged in the Coal brokerage business in which he was associated with different companies but for four years past was connected with the Oak Ridge Coal company of Cherryville he was prominent in Bowling circles some years ago and rolled a wicked Ball on different league teams with which he played at different times of his wife Lucy e Hoffman Peifer he leaves a daughter by a previous marriage wife of n l Foreman of Kingston a she and her Hus band arrived Home several hours after her father died or Peifer was a member of Salem Church and was affiliated with most of the masonic organizations it Olivet Lodge no 70 the Reading consistory and Rajah shrine he was a member of the Lebanon Lodge of elks for More than 30 years was a member of the Lebanon Lodge of Moose the Royal mens club and Post e travellers protective association decedent was one of the Bale fellow Well met Type his genial disposition was a valuable part of his business hut his Ami was quite inherent and uncultivated which accounted for his widespread popularity in social circles As Well As in his business relationships mrs Henry Finnegan Dies in Hospital Here mrs Ellanora Finnegan Nee wife of Henry r Finnegan of Grantville r d 1 died on saturday afternoon at a Lebanon Hospital after a Brief illness she was 65 years of age and is sur lived by her husband and one sister mrs Jennie Billetter also of Grantville r d 1 reports were circulated Here this afternoon that the woman husband Henry r Finnegan for Mer operator of a gasoline station near Grantville was found at his Home this morning in a condition of distress and that death ensued shortly thereafter Deputy Coro Ner Paul d Reich was called and he began an investigation this afternoon no one was available up to press time to give an account of what caused the death first reports were that the Man was fatally shot miss Agnes r Moore Dies at age of 85 yrs miss Agnes r Moore of 441 Spruce Street died at the Good Samaritan Hospital at this morning after a lingering illness she had been a patient at the Good Samaritan Hospital for the past three months and had been in ill health before that time miss Moore was eight five years of age miss Moore was known and be loved in her neighbourhood and before her health began to fail was Active in organizations and the of Zion lutheran Church of which she was a member she was the daughter of John h Moore and Louise Brandt Moore both natives of Lebanon a sister miss Emma l Moore preceded her in death eighteen year Sago the sole survivor is her brother Harry b Well known As former ticket agent for the Reading company miss artless Ltd Dies former resident Here or Ami mrs Mont c Rock of ninth and Walnut streets yester Day received word of the death of j Milfs Artie l Smith if Shelby j former resident of this City or Beck is a miss Smith after mis Smith left leh anon she went to Norfolk and Ohio she Lierl on evening1 at eleven thirty Oclock deaths and funerals mrs lev Spotts Dies after Long illness mrs Kate Alice Kilmoyer spoils widow of Levi spoils passed away Al Oclock Fri Day evening at her Home at 1113 Brandywine Street she was in feeble health for some time suf Fering from infirmities due to advancing age but was confined to bed Only two weeks she was 81 years of age a member of trin Ity lutheran Church and was also affiliated with the ladies auxiliary of the american legion she leaves three mrs Leah Mcgovern Lebanon mrs Joseph Savastio hummels town and Hilda at Home five sons John Levi Allen Chester and Max All of Lebanon three Sisters mrs Virginia Zimmer Man and mrs Harry Barnhart both of Harrisburg and mrs rus sell Houser Lebanon and three Brothers Walter Paul and Rob Ert Kilmoyer All of Lebanon there Are 17 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren Nelson Rishe 76 Dies retired Blacksmith Nelson Rishe onetime com Mercial Blacksmith at Tower City died on Friday afternoon at Oclock at the Home of his Sonin Law and daughter or and mrs Charles a Baier of 631 North Lincoln Avenue Palmyra he was 76 years of age and had been in poor health for five years he moved to Palmyra thirteen years ago and his wife Priscilla Kringer Rishe died there three Ard half years ago he leaves a son capt Mark Rishe in the engineering division of the u s army air forces now in the new Guinea theatre of War three grandsons Are also in the armed Clark Baier is with a Navy outfit Satvir Ginia Beach Captain Brooke Baier Lias achieved some prominence newspaper dispatches for his bravery with a u s army air forces outfit in which be is now in service in the european theatre of War and pfc Howard Baier who is under instruction with a medical corps outfit at Temple University there Are two great grandchildren Frank Baier of Altoona is a brother and mrs John cake of Reading and mrs l r Andresen of Syracuse n Are Sisters Isaac Griffe Dies at Kleinfeltersville Isaac h Griffe widely known throughout the county As a skilled Stone Mason died at Oclock saturday morning at his Home in Kleinfeltersville he retired from Active occupational Pursuit Sev eral years ago he was not Only prominent in his vocation but was otherwise popularly known his wife Hattie Griffe died on february 17 of this year or a son of the late Isaac Griffe of Kleinfeltersville was a member of St Pauls re formed Church Schaefferstown he leaves a son Isaac of Kleinfeltersville and a daughter mrs Samuel Forry of the same place and three other daughters mrs Samuel Sonnon mrs Michael Price and mrs Earl Bomgardner All of Sheridan Rural route 1 eight grandchildren and a brother Cyrus of near Denver Lancaster county and a sister mrs Julia Degler of Robesonia mrs Esther i Sauve Dies at Harrisburg Anne Beshore Dies fifth Grade Pupil Anne Eleanore Beshore of s20 Church Street a fourth Grade Pupil at the Lindley Murray school last term died at 3 Oclock Friday afternoon at the Lebanon Sanatorium where she was under treatment Only on Day she had been ill for some time previously suffering from a Throat affliction she passed her ninth birthday anniversary four months and a half ago the child was popular As a member of Trinity lutheran sunday school and associates in other circles too mourn her de she leaves her father Valentine e Beshore of this City her Mother and Stepfather or and mrs Charles Lengle of the above address and with whom she lived two stepsisters mrs Frank Garvie and mrs John Roach both of Lebanon a sister Jean bes Hore and the paternal grand parents or and mrs Wayne s Beshore of 123 West main Myerstown the maternal grand parents or and mrs Ralph Kreider of 366 North third Street this City and the great grandparents or and mrs Eugene Spahn also of Lebanon George Zechman Dies guard George e Zechman 65 died at saturday morning at his residence 646 Walnut Street Fol lowing an illness of six months he was a Plant guard for the Bethlehem steel company and be longed to St Stephens evangel ical and reformed Church and the Lebanon aerie fraternal order of eagles survivors includes his wife the former Alice Christ and the Fol lowing sons and daughters Edward w Zechman Lebanon j Howard Zechman Blountville mrs Irene Brandt Rome new York mrs Earla Christ of Shippensburg Claude George Charles e Zechman and mrs Anna Johnson Lebanon and another son Robert w Zechman now with the u s armed forces in new Guinea other survivors Are ten grand children and three Sisters mrs Ida Albright and miss Anna Zech Man Lebanon and mrs Mabel Armpriester Dayton Ohio final rites Are held for mrs l1llie Heisey funeral services for mrs Lillie m Heisey of Hershey r were held from the residence sunday afternoon later services were held from the inc Mansville Church of the Brethren with the Hev Harry Aldinger Rev Miner Ibersole and elder Howard Merj key officiating interment took place at ers were Clayton Hollih Arnfin Ruser Emmert gobble Roy or Alt David Shelley and Roy Reiner the Smith Home Ushii Jtb was in charge o arrangements mrs Esther Ida Sauve a grand daughter of mrs Ida Shimmel of Annville died thursday at the Home of her parents or and mrs Harrison m Espenshade s9 North seventeenth Street Harrisburg she was 30 years old and had been ill nearly five years she had been residing with her parents since her husband Cpl Joseph p Salive was inducted into the army she is survived by her parents her husband who is now overseas two Sisters mrs Helen Friedel at Home and mrs Leroy Odonnell of Enterprise a Stepbrother Charles Snavely of Galveston Texas and her maternal grand Mother named above miss Alice Bomberger Dies at age of 82 miss Alice l Bomberger of Schaefferstown died thursday afternoon at 2 Oclock at her Home after she had been in fail ing health for some time she was s2 years of age miss Bomberger was a member of St Pauls reformed Church and sunday school and was Active in the affairs of the Church and the sunday school up to the time her health began to fail she was Well known and beloved wherever she went miss Bomberger was the daughter of the late Israel and Leah Smith Bomberger she is the last of her family Roy b Erb of Lancaster route 3 a grand Nephew is the sole survivor mrs Julia Potocsny buried at holy Cross funeral services were held Fri morning from Ibe residence for mrs Julia Potocsny of 503 North twelfth Street requiem High mass was celebrated at St Cyril and Methodius Church by Rev Joseph Hager interment took place at the holy Cross cemetery and the bearers were John bed Nar Lawrence Barondick Frank Ovecka Raymond Matula Stephen Stellar and Stephen Micheal Thompsons were in charge of the funeral arrangements miss Anna Dies after Brief illness miss Anna m Vogt of Lebanon r d 1 and a member of a Well known Lebanon county family died late Friday afternoon at the Good Samaritan Hospital in ibis cily following a Brief illness she was admitted to the institution Only on Friday aged 61 years miss Vogt was the daughter of the late Aaron and Kate Zinn Vogt and was a lifelong resident of Lebanon county she was a member of Salem lutheran Church of Lebanon for Many years and was Well known to members of that congregation surviving Are two Brothers George at Home and or Paul Vogt of Reading Joseph Cramer Dies in Campbelltown Joseph Cramer 75 a retired employee of the Hershey estates died last night at his Home in Campbelltown he was a member of the Spring Creek Church of the Brethren aside from his wife mrs Mary a Cramer he leaves a son Joseph w Cramer hummels Lown route 1 a daughter mrs George i Stoudt of hummels town two Sisters mrs Harry Baum Lebanon r d and miss Emma Cramer Hummelstown j nine grandchildren one great grandchild and a number of nieces and nephews Bury William Hock in funeral services for Williami c Hock route 1 Sheridan were j held sunday afternoon from the Rohland Parlours fifth and cum Hoiland streets Rev e Allan Chamberlin pastor of the seventh Street lutheran Church conducted the services interment followed at it cemetery Rohland were in charge of the arrangements for Strickland buried today at Cornwall visiting priests from Many Cit ies parishioners and friends filled to capacity sacred heart Church Cornwall at Oclock this morning when the solemn Ponti fical mass of requiem wus celebrated for the Rev for Henry b Strickland who died suddenly at Emmitsburg Maryland while on Retreat last wednesday evening the most Rev George l Leech Bishop of Harrisburg celebrated the mass and the very Rev Charles e Park of Sunbury was the Archpriest other participants in the mass were deacons of Hon or Rev Thomas Mcintee of Lan Caster and Rev Mark Slock of Gettysburg father Strickland close Deacon of mass Rev John h Weber Littlestown sub Deacon Rev Joseph s Hager Rector of St Cyril and Methodius Church Lebanon the master of ceremonies Rev fran Cis j Kirchner Harrisburg thur Ifer Rev Cletus j Wagman Mcsherrystown Cross bearer Rev Francis j Mongelluzzi Harris Burg a native of Lebanon acolytes Rev Charles Murray York a native of Lebanon and Rev James Coyle Hanover also a native of Lebanon the very Rev John j Lawley Rector of St marys Church where father Strickland served also preached the Sermon interment took place at the holy Savior cemetery Cornwall honorary pall bearers were Rev Joseph Schweich Lancaster the very Rev George w Brown v Lancaster Rev William j Horrigan Harrisburg Rev Denis j Reardon and the Rev stanislaus Dobinis both of Sha Mokin Rev Thomas Bartol ran Shaw a Rev Michael Oflynn York Rev Edward Oflynn Han Over the Lay pall bearers were Rich Ard Troy Arthur j Sharkey c Clair Hartnett Herbert j Benninghoff Henry r Arnold Peter 1 Connor All fourth degree Mem ers of the k of c William Odon Nell was the sergeant of the firing squad who officiated in the Church and later at the graveside the firing squad in charge of Odon Nell was composed of Wayne All Wein Raymond Hartman Charles Hanner Harry Lawless John Bleistine David Stover George Aurentz and John Feather Danny Culhane a member of boy scout troop 11 St marys was the bugler members of the knights of co Lumbus led by grand Knight John f Loehle attended in a body yesterday and members of the holy name society recited the office for the dead yesterday afternoon holy name president Clair Hart Nett was in charge with James a Eckenroth master of ceremonies for both organizations the reverend Lawley celebrated Low mass at the Church on Friday and saturday mornings and this morning at s Oclock Sang the requiem High mass most especially for the parishioners who would be unable to attend the pontifical mass later in the morn ing father Strickland body Lay in state from 4 Oclock yesterday afternoon until after services this morning there was a guard of Honor during that period and was composed of men sacred heart and the Lebanon parishes Thompsons were in charge of arrangements for the funeral Harry Reigel Dies retired Blacksmith Harry Reigel 125 South second Street died sunday afternoon at Oclock at his Home death was due to apoplexy after ailing for the past five years he was aged seventy years or Reigel was retired having formerly served As a Blacksmith Iron worker by Trade at the wrought Iron company he was a member of the first Baptist Church fraternally he was a member of the orioles in addition to his wife Jennie Nee Womer he is survived by one daughter mrs Paul c Mccleary York one grandson Paul Mccleary Sisters mrs Anna Kane Lebanon mrs Rufus Yingst Lebanon mrs Irvin Fox Philadelphia Brothers John Cleona James Prescot and Raymond Lebanon funeral rites held for miss Bomberger miss Anna e grumbe1n Dies sunday in Reading miss Anna Elizabeth Grumbein widely known and popular in the City a Quarter Century ago As a Milliner died on sunday at 418 Douglass Street Reading where she resided for the past eighteen years with her sister mrs Mary k Stricklr widow of druggist George Strickler also formerly of Lebanon who died six or More years ago miss grub can was born at Fredericksburg this county the daughter of Cornelius and Mary Jane Benny Grumbein her father was later engaged in the roofing and tinsmith business on North eighth Street this City the decedent was a member of a considerable family All Mem Bers of Trinity United Brethren Church this City and Only two of them in addition to Tho sister named survive they Are Jacob of this City and John a member of the faculty on Tho University of West Virginia at Morgan own she also leaves a number of nieces and nephews following her removal to read ing miss grub can was employed in several different Mili tary shops in that City she was 79 years of age the body will be brought to Lebanon for burial l w Peifer buried today at it Lebanon funeral services for i w Pei Fer of 1104 Cumberland Street were held at two Oclock this afternoon from the Rohland Par lors fifth and Cumberland streets Rev a c r Keller Lor of the Salem lutheran Church conducted the services burial took place at it Lebanon Ceme Tery pallbearers were members of the r m club Luther Loose Paul Potteiger George Keenan James o Diffenderfer Edward Bomgardner and Charles Fogel Man the Lebanon Lodge held a ritualistic service on Sun Day evening at the Rohland Par lors which was followed by a ser vice conducted by the it Olivet Lodge no 704 f a m Rohland were in charge of the arrangements Jacob w Morrett 76 Dies at Steelton Home Jacob William 76 of 440 Swatara s t r e e t Steelton died at his Home saturday after a Long illness he was a retired Bethlehem steel company employee surviving Are three sons Charles of Harrisburg Franklin of Washington and Dewey of Hershey six Daugh ters mrs Alice m Grove of Arlington mrs Ruth a Lesher of it Gretna mrs Rose m Beall of Washington Lieut Helen e Morrett with the army nurse corps in England and mrs Nancy j Lutz and mrs Hope c Marlin both of Steelton and 12 grandchildren Harry Light buried today at i Lebanon funeral services were held this afternoon in the Arnold funeral Home 712 Chestnut Streel for Harry s Light late of 801 Wal nut Street Rev Malcolm e Barr pastor of Tabor reformed Church officiated and interment took place at it Lebanon bearers were Harry b Light Allen e shirk j f Warren and w a Boyles c Leroy Arnold had charge Bury mrs Eli Shuey funeral services were held this afternoon for mrs Louise a Shuey Campbelltown widow of Eli Shuey from the Smith funeral Home Palmyra Rev Warren Mentzer and Rev Ammon Kreider officiated at the services inter ment took place at the Union de posit cemetery the pall bearers were six Brothers John David Frank Elwood Clarence and Clayton Keller the Smith funeral Home Palmyra was in charge of arrangements Henry Pott buried allies push northward in ital Joday continued from one the invading forces brought Artil Lery against the germans bitterly contesting control of Porto Lon Gono on the East coast fifth and eighth army troops in Italy Are meeting increasing resistance As they drive the Ger mans Back toward the line but More villages have been taken and Strong pressure is being exerted against the stubborn Ger Man Garrison at the Central Sec Tor Road Hub of Perugia 85 Miles North of Rome and about 72 Miles Southeast of Florence eighth army troop captured assist 12 Miles Southeast of per Ugia and Erulia South of the bitterly contested Road Junction town a communique said that heavy fighting also had occurred at Citta Delia Pieve 22 Miles Southwest of Perugia in the Adri Atic sector Allied troops Are approaching the tronto River referring to fighting along the West coast the Community due said West of Highway 2 fifth army troops have driven the enemy from important defensive positions and in the coastal sector have taken Campagna Tico and Are now some 10 Miles North of Gros the weather also hampered Al lied air operations from Mediterranean and italian bases yester Day but fighters of the first Tali air Force made a sweep Over enemy communications in South Ern France destroying six Loco motives while spitfires hit objectives in Elba subpoenas awarded in 3 divorce suits judge a h Ehrgood has awarded subpoenas in several divorce suits filed in the court of common pleas including the Fol lowing Angelike Nicas known also As Kula Nicas of Indiantown Gap against William c Nicas Palmyra on grounds of indignities mar ried june 20 1926 separated june 1943 a f Miller is the attorney John c Rutter easts Uii Street against Vera Rutter of Chester on grounds of Deser Tion married july 4 1939 Deser Tion alleged As of january 10 1041 c t Hickernell is the at Torney Mary Smallwood 1301 Washington Street against Cooper Small Wood 135 North t4lh Street on grounds of indignities married july 30 1923 separated july 10 1930 c t Hickernell is the at Torney Chal morgal notes his anniversary Chal w morgal Veteran Secre rotary of the Lebanon aerie of eagles and a retired Rural mail Carrier on Friday passed a birth Day anniversary he received Many felicitations by card Aswell As in personal greetings he has a wide acquaintanceship As he was proprietor for Many years of a Cigar store and Barber shop on South eighth Street and Best wishes attend him from a wide Circle of admiring friends there was no formal Celebration of the event phones greetings to father on birthday George Hicks of 5g4 Church Street was agreeably surprised yesterday at noon when his son private Clarence Hicks called him Long distance to wish him a Happy birthday anniversary and also to extend fathers Day greetings private Hicks is attached to like u s army engineers and is stationed at Camp Mccoy Wisconsin his father who celebrated his birthday anniversary yesterday is employed by the Bethlehem steel company sues for Possession of 2 year old daughter mrs Cora Rel Nobel of it or Etna has received word that her son first sergeant p h Marotte stationed at Georgetown University Washington d hag been commended for the excellent work which he ban done incident to the selective service act sergeant Marotte who is attached to the army specialized training program division 4was one of a group of men sent to various High schools where boys of 17 years of age asked questions and received answers in pre induction orientation conferences the were conducted in Many High schools his former commanding officer j s Dougherty in a letter Speaks of sergeant Marottek efficiency and loyalty and commends the work he has done another let Ter from Captain Edward j Fitz Gerald pro induction training officer says to express appreciation for the cooperation extended by Tho commandant George town University in furnishing an enlisted Man to speak on the pro Grams of pre induction Orienta Tion conducted in the High schools of Washington d first ser Geant Paul k Marotte made a definite contribution to the pro Gram and was praised highly by the school authorities conducting the pm dem inv for excellent work so Mem observed by Jagles aerie continued from Paje out wins promotion to technical sergeant or and mrs Phares Hernley residing in the Monroe Valley Aboul iwo Miles North of lick Dale on Jonestown Rural route no 1 have received word that their son Kenneth j Hernley has just won another promo on this time to a technical Serge Ancy he started As a private and has worked his Way ahead by successive stages his advancement from a staff Serge Ancy this week comes As a sort of anniversary gift As he entered the service june is 1942 years Ngo tomorrow he served for a time in the military police but for some Lime past has worked with a ground Crew in the army air forces local nest of orioles initiated class of 30 guests including men and women from Reading Denver sink ing Spring Allentown and Harris Burg were in attendance yester Day afternoon when a class of thirty candidates was initiated at a meeting of the Lebanon nest fraternal order of orioles at their Headquarters 39 North ninth Street the work was in charge of the ritual and degree teams Fred Hauer is master of the Rit Ual team and Daniel Elliott is Caplain of the degree Leam talks were Given by John Miltonberger of Reading supreme trustee Samuel Zartman of Lebanon and Daniel Yingst who is the presi Deal of the Lebanon nest ment of solemn silence observed in tribute to the 200 and More members of the local now in the armed forces and pre siding officer Mellinger read a plea to Back the attack toy buying War Bonds in the evening eagles and ladles assembled at the Home for a special fathers Day program of entertainment featuring a metropolitan floor show and dancing to music furnished by Roy Mckinney orchestra the program was curtailed due to the failure of electrical Power during the Ter Filc storm which whipped this City Moose Okay donation of to Hospital Lebanon Lodge of Moose approved a donation of to the Good Samaritan Hospital building fund at their meeting on thursday evening routine business occupied the attention of the members at the session and Secretary Ellis l Keller reported that he will represent the Lodge at the annual convention of the Western division of the Pennsyl Vania Moose association at Johns town the convention will be in session june 2325 and the Leb anon official will attend the ses Sions As supreme inner guard As Well As in the capacity of Secre tar treasurer of the Eastern division of the state association Quentin girls form 4h club for summer funeral services were held Fri Finity met thursday at the Home of mrs Stanley Kettering their local Leader to organize a 4h club for this summer they will he called the 4h sunny sewers the following officers were elected president Janice Wenger Secretary treasurer Joyce Smith song Leader Grace Boger news reporter Mary Jan Kreiser game Leader Mary Wenger other members present besides the officers were Alma Buffen m e y e r Edith Krick Jeanette Houser Margaret Buffenmeyer Christine Buffenmeyer and eve Lyn miss Marie Edwards engaged to Marine or and mrs Clayton Edwards of 532 Spring Street announce the engagement of their daughter Marie Edwards to Corporal Victor Kotay of the United slates Marine corps son of or and mrs George Kotay of 1 23 East Scull Street no wedding Date has been set miss Edwards is a graduate of Lebanon High school 1941 and is employed in the office of n b Liebman and co Corporal Kotay enlisted in the Marine corps january 16 1943 and is now stationed at Camp pen Lelon Oceanside California be fore entering the service Corporal Kolay was employed by the cres1 l f realty transfers Allen p Bucks and wife to Harvey m Nissley and wife premises situated in South Annville township Elsie m Hatz executrix of the estate of Mary Graybill to Allen a and Elsie m Miller premises on North Mill Street Annville Paul w Geib and wife to Levi a Funk premises situated in South Londonderry township William a Forry trustee for Geraldine Bosserman to the Leb anon hardware company lot at the Northeast Corner of peach Alley and Willow Street North Side Bank and Trust company to George w Hunsicker premises situated on Lehman Street and Mifflin Street fifth Ward h h Hosteller executor of the Estale of Jacob m Hunsicker to Ammon h Smith and wife premises at Liberty Alley and Washington Street Cleona funeral services were held to Day from Thompsons funeral Home for Henry p Pott of so Greenwood Avenue East Orange n j Rev a c r Keiter officiated interment took place at the mount Lebanon cemetery i Thompsons were in charge of the funeral arrangements Bury Cyrus Lessly funeral services were held sunday afternoon for miss Alice l Bomberger Schaefferstown from the Wike funeral Home Schaefferstown later services were held at St Pauls reformed Church Schaefferstown the rpm a r Bachman was in charge interment took place at Sci reffers town cemetery bearers were Clarence Becker Ammon Horst George Hansel Taylor Zerbe Leon Keener and Harry Rhoads har vey s Wike Schaefferstown funeral director was in charge of arrangements Winfield Zink Dies Winfield s Zink one month old Rod of Winfield s and Mary Jane Don inti Zink of Maii Leim h2 died saturday morning at Sijo septs Hospital resides 1m parents he is survived by a sister Mary Jane at Home and Gram Par cuts or and mrs George m Don ten of Lebanon and or and mrs Harvey Zink of Manheim r 2 funeral services were conducted Friday morning at the Frantz funeral Home 922 Willow Street for Cyrus b Lessly of 81s Wal nut Street the Rev h s Heff Ner pastor of first evangelical congregational Church officiated burial followed at it Lebanon cemetery the bearers were Aaron Boniberger George har bold Morris Sheet Allen Sheetz Walter Zimmerman and Edward care funeral director Frederick s Frantz was in charge of arrange men is judge a h Ehrgood today set june 21 As the time for hearing in a Hareas Corpus proceeding filed in the court of common pleas by l e Meyer As attorney for Joyce l Nardini of 9 East main Street Annville against Amos w Nardini and Eugenie Nardini of 314 Wesl Queen Streel Ann Ville the plaintiff Joyce Nardini s eks to gain Possession of her two year old daughter Sharon a Nard i whom she allege her a elision is illegally restrained of her Liberty by the defendants two divorce proceedings cent truck company where of May learn about War prisoners Edwin j Schraber and wife to William m Fox and wife premises on the it Gretna Cam meeting grounds Thelma j Fitzgibbon to Leota Boeshore premises Glen Leb anon Sand Hill Swatara town ship Annie Weidner and others to Nora e Grimes premises at 326 wife to Beth any citizen who is interested in securing information regarding prisoners of War May do so any wednesday at the red Cross Cen Ter is 2 Chestnut Street where miss Helen Kreitter of Miville is on Volunteer duty once a week in Case of any emergency those who wish the information can get in Touli with Kreider at her Home however it is believed that persons May want to know Means of communication or other information org Firkins their loved ones who i fit be prisoners and the red Cross stands ready to assist them at any time miss Kreider is in special charge of the work two soldiers apply for licenses to wed j Lehem steel company tract in North Lebanon township Bethlehem steel company to the township of North Lebanon tract situated in North Lebanon j Warren Thompson and wife to Robert g Tyson and wife four tracts in North Lebanon township on East Lehman Street Charles e Sholley and wife to Morris s Greiner and wife premises along the Quentin Road Sec Ond promoted to sergeant infant son buried the remains of an infant son of or and mrs Martin of Lufi South Oaks Reot Avon were interred in fit Gertrudes Ceme Tery this afternoon without ser vices the child died on saturday Al the Good Samaritani Hospital p h Thompsons sons had j charge a h Ehrgood has awarded subpoenas in the follow ing divorce suits filed in the court of common Ruth m dubble Lebanon Rome 2 against George Duhle 24 s West Sheridan Avenue Ann Villa on grounds of desertion the libel gives the marriage Date As april 24 1937 and the time of the alleged desertion As june til l Kerman Meyer is the at Torney Hii Nife m Thome tic cum Berland against George l Thome Pittsburgh on grounds of indignities the libel gives Tho Riate of marriage As january 7 1913 and the Date of separation is april 20 this year j m Hill is the Alto Ruey applications for marriage licenses on file at the local Bureau j today included the following sergeant Charles Patrick j Eagan 35 u s army son of or Clara e Eagan of 611 canal Street and Irene May Reed 27 an examiner of 52s East cum Berland Street daughter of mrs Ida Swingholm pfc Louis Heisler 27 Indian town Gap and Goldie Board 23 a receptionist of 201 North St Street Reading colonel Herbert l Grymes commanding officer of the 33s4tb service unit new Cumberland recently announced the pro motion of Cpl John b Lingle son of mrs Susan a Lingle 525 North Railroad to the rank of sergeant a graduate of Palmyra High school sgt Lingle was employed by a s Kreider and son shoe manufacturing company of pal prior to his induction into the service in october 1942 stationed in Utah Auk Frank it Whitman of Lancas Ter route 5 has taken out letters of administration on the estate of his father Edward Whitman who died last june 10 in personal property and an in Terest in a House and tract of land in West Cornwall township e Meyer is the l private James h Poorman of x o r r h Twenty fourth Street is now stationed at the overseas re placement depot Kearns Utah according to an announcement which reached the news today the son of Daniel c Poorman he has been in the aah since novem Ber 2s 1942 an previously was stationed at Casper Wyoming assigned to wac group private Sara Louise Hosteller daughter of or and s Hosteller 804 North seventh Street who has been stationed at the third training Center of the women army corps in fort Oglethorpe has teen assigned to wac detachment aah base unit at Davis Monthan Field Tuc Sou Arizona
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