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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - March 27, 1922, Lebanon, Pennsylvania The news Lebanon Patr 11 Bright letters prepared for the readers of the news correspondents department important happenings of the Day briefly told by the sem weekly news Fredericksburg March 27 the program to foe rendered by the intermediate pupils Promisee to foe a Fine one it will consist of two plays pantomimes and pan poses Folk dances and a pageant it is full of spicy sayings and comic songs which makes it he 1 its regular monthly meeting at this place on saturday Isaac Kline who occupied a por Tion of the House of Pierce Bach moved on the farm of Serenus Hauer about 1 mile North East of j town during the past week Hiram Swope and his sister Rebecca several Ings attended the rehearsals of the Bethel High school entertainment from Start to finish the i company at Bethel one evening As 3 utilized on about to Start for Home j Victrola fund the entertainment fee Given Friday fracture will Rise which their father who had a at 8 i Rived on the the by t r of time took them Home mrs j b Batdorf of Diffenbach sold a Coupe and or Swope cranked the Ford and in so doing received a fractured and miss Clara Sherk of Steelton returned to their Homes after spend ing a Days with or and mrs John h Sherk Paul Reber electrician has the contract to wire and install the electric lights in Claude Wilhelms House in Market Square which bought rom cd Beaver John Wagner executor of the Levi f Wagner estate sold a House and lot on x South Lebanon Street to Levi Sale of c beavers per Sonal property was Well attended prices were realized David h Umberger is having his Louse on North Mechanic Street re modelled and wired for the electric lights the play rendered by the students of the High school always in trouble was a decided Success eve non acted his part Well Warren Zimmerman leading character of the play delighted the a Ford touring car during the past week or and mrs c m Bowman observed their Golden anniversary made Lucky escape dinner at sons Home from death in Bowman editor of times continued from Page and served As City treasurer audience a comic song or and mrs c g Kemp motored to Philadelphia on thursday the following attended a carpet rag party at the Home or and mrs Joseph on sat we g Trautman mrs c w Batdorf mrs Emma mrs Wilson Peiffer mrs John h Sherk mrs 0 Reber mrs George Lauer org h Miller 31rs Allison Boeshore mrs Amelia Burgner mrs Boeshore mrs Scott Killinger mrs William h Boeshore mrs Amelia Gerhart mrs John mrs John Kriss Tnger mrs Joseph Krissinger misses Lizzie Lillie and Mamie Krissinger Eien be sins Grace and Mabel Killinger Ruth and Dorothy Lauer Besie Naomi and Edna Krissinger master her mrs Krissinger furnished her Man Krissinger Joe l Krissinger guests with cake and lemonade Host Host March 27 the following visited at the Home of the scribe on sunday or and mrs John e Troutman Mark Troutman Dorothy Troutman Frank Beidler Lloyd Snyder John Bickel Milton and Robert Althouse Clar ence Miller and Tommy Troutman Raymond Moyer of Wyomissing called on Claude Miller and family on sunday 0n sunday morning while Norman was on his Way to the Creamery horse bolted tearing Loose from the Wagon and giving the Young Man an ugly kick on the brow the horse came running to the Creamery where it was caught by the writer Young Troutman suf an ugly Cut on the Eyebrow the horses Heel struck him Ira Hinnershitz has hired a boy from Reading for the summer Howard Chapman and family Are suffering from the Grippe miss Eva is on the sick list such proved to be not the Case How Ever Peerless and Reo it was just before Sumray afternoon when a Peerless Sedan j Many friends of or and mrs driven by miss Margaret Sheeler Charles m Bowman of 34 South with and mrs Guy Sheeler and ninth Street took advantage of the miss Ella Wenrich All of occasion on sunday to congratulate the misses and Beulah the on their fiftieth wedding falter of Reading was speeding anniversary in Celebration of the along the Highway West of event or and mrs Bowman were entertained at a dinner party at the Home of or and mrs a Rise Bow Man of 816 Chestnut Street at which relatives and friends were gathered to assist in celebrating the Day gifts and Well wishes the Happy couple received gifts of Flowers and remembrances As Well As congratulations and Well wishes from friends throughout the entire county where they Are both Well known mrs Bowman her marriage was miss daughter Adam Rise the Val Ley she Hae been for years a prominent member of to Many others because of visits j Here in his More Active Days j he Wae 79 years of age was i ago elected to the state leg from Franklin county was a civil War Veteran and organizer of the third division ninth army corps army of the Potomac colonel Embick had been in ill health for some time he was a member of the Hartranft Monument commission and the Petersburg Battlefield commission after serving As a legislator m i 1875 and 1876 colonel Embick moved from Franklin county to 1 Carlisle and was a member of tie state Board of health from 1900 to 1905 for the past Twentyfive years he Hae been adjutant of seventh District association of the g a and was one of its charter Mem Bers besides organizing the third envision ninth army corps colonel Embick wrote the history of the division funeral services will be held to Morrow afternoon from his Home no 166 West Pomfret Street car Lisle with the Rev a r Steck pastor of the first lutheran Church officiating colonel was a member of the first lutheran Church for about thirty years he is survived by one daughter mrs c g Flower of Carlisle and two sons col s d Embick u s army and j b Embick of Balti More Dorf on its Way to Robesonia hav ing descended the Steep Scholls Hill and beginning the ascent of the of slope the Driver attempted to pass the Reo car driven by George c Smith of Reading who Wae accompanied by a woman passenger tto Miles an hour the Speed of the Peerless is Esti mated to have been not Les than 60 Miles an hour and the Reo was also travelling Well Over 35 As the peer less passed the other car a machine was seen approaching from womels Dorf miss Sheeler made a Quick turn to the right cutting off the approach of the Reo and or Smith was obliged to ditch his car breaking the Windshield and seriously damaging the Radiator fenders and Hood occupants injured the larger and heavier car spun around two or three times came to As top against the embankment on the left of the Road the occupants were All More or less shaken up but none seriously Hurt or Sheeler the worst injured of All having suffered Only a few lacerations of the face and some bruises body the party in the Sheeler car was taken to the Home of the Sheeler family in Robesonia and or Smith and his companion was brought to Reading Frank Klein of Schuylkill Avenue autos badly damaged it is considered remarkable that the occupants of both cars did not sustain severe injury or death be cause of the very bad condition in which the machines emerged from the Accident the is so badly smashed that there is no Hope of repairing it and it was towed to Robesonia after being mounted on a truck by c c master a garage proprietor of that place the Reo was pulled out of the ditch last night and is a sorry mess it was a new car and had travelled less than 100 Miles when the mishap occurred cracked like explosion As one of the remarked it looked As if the Peerless had an Interior All the Glass was smashed the Hood St Johns reformed Church where her husband was an elder for some time and both or and mrs Bowman have been very Active in Church work and the various societies connected with the Church editor of times or Bowman for the past 52 years has been proprietor and Edi Tor of the daily times he started in the newspaper business in this City with the Valley stand Ard a weekly paper with the exception of John Lauder Milch he is the business Man in Lebanon City treasurer for thirty years he officiated at St Johns Church As elder and served a term As City treasurer some years ago or Bowman has also been Active in politics for years and in addition to the congratulation of relatives and close friends the Community at extends Best wishes to the Happy couple Edw Hartman spent his birthday blowing in Fields county commissioner Edw j Hartman of Millbach today passed birthday Anni and running boards torn away and he did not get much of an the wheels torn off to accept the Felicita Milton Althouse was in Lebanon Smith was the Only one taken tons of his friends As he was Busy last week the scribe was in Rehrersburg on saturday we y Dreibelbis was at new Schaefferstown on sunday Jacob m Wilhelm who recently moved into his House in town is kept Busy repairing harness for the to the Hospital Ira Hinnershitz called on de at bachelors Hall on Sun we t Dreibelbis will build a Corn crib in the near future mrs Thos Brossman of West Reading called on John e Troutman and family on saturday Farmers Are Busy hauling manure and blowing the writer would like to know whether or not a Farmer employing labourers or hired help is liable under compensation Law Lor payment of injuries sustained by such help while in his employ some body please Tell me thru the columns of the news somebody who knows Elmer Strauss and family called on Thomas Troutman and family on sunday m Fields and getting i ready for the Spring planting on his despite his age he goes that sort of work with a pleasure and agility and he states that he feels As Young As he looks and also acts he is due for admiring lations is Over How Ever Ani hosts of friends unite in agent Berger on the care of Apple Trees continued from Page one Fertility Apple Trees should require wishing him Many More years of his no application of fertilizer but exceptional health and Many More when the Trees Are in Sod it will returns of his Natal Day necessary to apply some form of bearing of which sodium nitrate has been j found to be the most effective for old bearing Trees in Sod about six or seven pounds of sodium nitrate applied about ten Days before blossoming will give Good results in i growth of these Trees this should Cyrus Winters to erect Brick Structure to replace one burned on motions by judge Henry to applied in a ring around the old j Cyrus Winter who lost his Large garage at Cleona by fire tree not closer than 5 or 6 feet around the trunk and spreading out a beyond the spreading of the branches such an application will not Only help to form fruit buds for 1923 but will also effect the set of j and meat shop fruit for this season last week has arranged to erect a bigger Urick Structure on the site of the one which Barney Down the new building will be used for Gar Frystown March 27th the following named persons were present at a quilting party held at the Home of mrs Spitler mrs Samuel Webber mrs Amanda Boltz mrs Alfred Hauer mrs Dieffenbach mrs Josiah Frantz mrs Cyrus Dubbs mrs Mary Miller mrs John Neiswender mrs Isaac Groff mrs Susanna Peiffer mrs Guy Reed mrs Harry or d a Swope mrs Riley mrs John Gundrum mrs Charles Reed mrs Calvin Anspach mrs Harry Zellers mrs Jonathan Peiffer mrs we h Marks or Paul Spitler or Allen Zellers miss Kate Swope miss Helen die Fen miss Laura Gundrum miss Venia Gundrum miss Carrie Mips Mary Dubbs miss Helen miss Marie Reed miss Reed Spitler Ami miss Mary the mid it Aetna Tele phone Aud Telegraph company held Rev Egge addressed knights of Friendship of to i the United evangelical Church at was crowded to its capacity on saturday evening when the chamber the knights of Friendship hold a open ing at Oclock the pro Gram As previously published in the was through according addition of mss Ream h pastor 1irt ill Chestnut streets this City m splendid address which captivated All hts hear ers was the subject of his discourse and he made some Points in applying his everyday human existence the made a very profound impression col Embick died suddenly at Carlisle the l oos Rev i of the first Church sixth related to the Ely and Embick families of this City Many will he deeply grieved to learn of the sudden death Milton a on sat evening at Carlisle where he dropped dead in the Garden of his Home As a result of an attack of apoplexy he was not Only related extensively in Lebanon by family ties through the local Embick and Ely and families of the com i Unity but was personally known prior to the opening of the March term of argument court this morn ing judge Henry acted upon a num Ber of motions among which were the following h a Honker presented the Bonds required by the court preliminary to the distribution of the estate of Edward Altenderfer a presumed decedent Carrie Altenderfer a sister of the is the administrator the auditors report in the estate of Emma c Swope deceased late of this City was confirmed in on motion of e d Siegrist Sel for the estate e d Siegrist representing the Myerstown Trust company As guardian of Kathryn May Gockley a minor daughter of Milton Ley deceased secured an the court to sell the Lehman Street property of the Gockley estate for to Lizzie s Fernsler it being reported that the Money could be made More profitable to the Ward than the property judge c v Henry appointed Wil Liam a schools and John g Kreider As appraisers to set aside for the widow Venora b widow of William g de ceased late of Lebanon p s Keiser presented the papers judge Henry appointed the Leb anon county Trust company As guardian of Irene k Zug a minor daughter of j Aaron Zug deceased late of Millcreek township to take care of an estate left by her father the same corporation was made trus tee for the widow Minnie l Zug to take care of a life interest in the estate Bond was fixed at in each Trust the papers were presented by e w Miller of the Law firm of Miller Miller deaths and funerals g Pinegrove March g Aungst Well known East Pottsville Street builder and contractor died at his residence following severs illness due to asthmatic conditions contracted Many years ago and re cent severe colds the deceased was born in Pinegrove township and he was aged 63 years 8 months and 6 Days he was the son of George and Susanna Nee Adams Aungst he was wedded to Susanna daughter of or and mrs Wineberg Stahl who survives together with the follow ing children All grown mrs Frank Hubler town prof r h h Aungst i Brooklyn new York j Titus Aungst los Angeles mrs Al i Mer Luckenbill Newville Roland g i mrs Daniel Hummel town Rev Frank c Aungst Lebanon Mabel at Home 30 one great grandchild three Sisters mrs Lovina Greenawalt and Susan rehrer Pinegrove township mrs Sarah Clymer Lebanon the deceased was a member of the local Lodge of Odd Fellows inde pendent americans Ana order of red men in earlier Days or Aungst was a practical Miner and a read ing railway Engineer later he de voted his time to building making pavements plumbing and Sale of a Well outfits funeral sunday March 26 at p m and Rev j a Keiper of the u b Church will officiate funeral director Henry l Snyder has charge i a number of years ago the deceased had constructed his own vault in St Johns lutheran cemetery which now receives his body Charles Fortney Charles Fortney of Annville died at his Home on the age of so years after an illness of about six weeks of general debility the de ceased was a member of the reformed Church and is survived by his son Lohn of Newark new Jersey Charles of Montreal Canada mrs Daisy Sutton of Leesburg new Jersey Robert of Ocean City new Jersey Walter and Amos of Ann vile the deceased was a civil War Veteran and was widely known lbs 8ejlb8ia Dissinger the funeral of the late Seles la Dissinger of 22 water Street Hebron took place this morning at Oclock with services in the Hebron United Brethren Church Rev Yeagley officiated and burial took place at cemetery with sons and grandsons acting a pall bearers the undertaker was h c Rohland in addition to those previously mentioned As survivors Are two Sis ters mrs John Bucks Harris Burg and mrs w i Wallace of Newmanstown and one brother John Zerbe of Kansas 1 William h Miller William h Miller one of the Best known residents of this City of 316 North eleventh Street died suddenly at the Home of his daughter mrs w t mover last evening of neuralgia of the heart he was aged 71 years and had resided in this City for the past thirty five years he is Well known As a Miller at which Trade he worked at the Strickler Mill on North seventh Street for thirty years retiring about a year or two ago since then he has been a crossing watchman at the tenth Street crossing of the p and r rail Road he was one of the charter Mem Bers of the Patmos commander of the knights of Malta and was sex Active in the affairs of the Lodge since organization in this City for years he was assistant re cording Secretary of the Organiza Tion he was also an Active Mem Ber of the St Pauls u e Church of this City and was highly esteemed by members of the congregation he leaves three daughters mrs h Stretcher mrs Allen Mccaully and mrs w h Moyer with whom he made his Home All of this one son William c Miller of read ing Samuel Miller of Kansas and one sister mrs Rosie bean of Bunker Hill and six grand daughters also Are left Mary Mary Shannon Colvin who has made fair Home for some time her daughter mrs f b Witmer of 411 Cumberland Street die on thursday after an illness of week Ste was aged 78 years and came Here from where she was born left to survive Are one daughter mis f b Witmer and two step daughters mrs Emma mrs Emma Rebecca Roebuck Don Moyer died at Oclock this morning at her Home at 502 North seventh Street she had been in failing health about a year suffering from a complication of ailments her condition become greatly about three weeks ago and she was confined to bed two weeks she was aged 74 years the deceased was a member of St Marks reformed Church and was particularly interested in the ladies Bible class she was esteemed As a Good and kind neighbor and Friend and her death is mourned by Many mrs Donmoyer was twice married she leaves one son j Warren Wentz of her first marriage and of the Sec Ond she leaves mrs Elliott him Minger of and mrs Paul j who resided with her Mother a son Paul Donmoyer died about six years ago William l Donmoyer and Grant Donmoyer of the new Lebanon brewing Plant and mrs Jere Fisher of this City and mrs Wunderlich of Jersey City Are step children their father having also been twice married there Are five grand children mrs Donmoyer was born and raised at West Hanover Dauphin county but lived in Lebanon since she was quite a Young girl Anthony Obrien services were held this afternoon at two Oclock for the late Obrien 1123 Mifflin Street ser vices at the House by Rev Harry Miller burial at it Lebanon Ceme Tery pall bearers were six men of the knights of Malta of which he was a member Ray Arnold under taker triple event at the David Spancake Home at sunday in Celebration of the birthday an of mrs David Spancake and the weddings of or and mrs Henry Miller and or and mrs Thomas Posey of Sunnyside a dinner party was held on sunday at the Homo of in and mrs the newly weds were Heartly congratulated and presented with gifts and mrs Spancake re felicitations upon her birth Day present were or and mrs Henry l Miller or and mrs Thomas Posey or and mrs Elias d Daub and son Clarence or and mrs John Bixler and sons John and Paul or and mrs Joseph Spancake and children or and mrs Thomas Posey or and two children or and mrs John Keller miss Dor Othy White and sister miss cathar Ine White master Lester Spancake and miss Lillian Posey Helen Posey miss Mabel Spancake Henry Span cake Mildred and Henry Spancake or and mrs Clyde Lehman or and mrs Levi Spang mrs Lillian Clouser and son Roy miss Ellen Moyer and miss Dorothy White and or and mrs David Spancake Charters granted to Leb corporations Charters been granted to two i new Lebanon corporations one the Swanger Fackler construction com Pany Ana the other the Fackler Swanger building company the first concern is incorporated for the purpose a general contract ing and is capitalized at divided into 72c shares at Par value John Swanger 15 the treasurer the other company is organized to sell and buy and building materials capitalized at divided into 240 shares of Par value John Swanger is treasurer of this firm the two corporations have the same Princi pal shareholders we Swanger of Independent Borough e a Fack Ler of Elizabethtown and John Swanger of Lebanon my d w Light has purchased the Krause Home 811 Chestnut Dawson w Light formerly District attorney of the county and one of the prominent lawyers of the local bar who was burned out of his office quarters in the Weimer building fire a week ago has Pur chased rom the Krause hardware company the Home at 811 Chestnut Street or Light states that his plans Are not fully matured but he is considering the remodelling of the building to provide Law offices on the first floor and a Domestic apartment on the second floor the consideration involved in the Sale of the property was not Given out citation awarded in Erdman divorce Walter White services were held this morning at 9 Oclock at 927 Union Street for Walter White infant son of or and mrs William White interment at Ebenezer cemetery Ray Arnold undertaker mrs Charles the funeral of the late mrs Charlee Henrich of 323 Lehman St took place this morning with ser vices at the House at followed by further services at 9 Oclock in St method and Cyril Church Rev father a j Kennedy officiated and burial was made at St marys cemetery the undertaker was p h Thomp son Jirs Helena mrs Helena Culp widow of the late John Culp of 547 North tenth Street died at her Home of a com plication of diseases after an ill Ness of several Days she was 62 years of age and a member of trin Ity lutheran Church left to survive Are three sons Frederick and Robert Brescher of Virginia and Albert of this City and four daughters Are Otto Hoffman of miss Rosie Brescher and miss Louise Brescher at Home and miss Mabel Culp three Brothers John and Joseph Hartlieb of this City of Reading two misters mrs Fred Gaenzle of i Lancaster and mrs Mary Frank of Reading i the annual meeting of the Union Library of upper Dublin resulted in the election of a Board of directors consisting of mrs m i Ambler miss Margaret Dager mrs i Robert miss s a 1khikbt and Mies Sarah d e d Siegrist counsel for the respondent in the divorce pro 0 John Herman Erdman against his wife Margaret Helena Erdman this secured from judge a citation upon the libel Ian t to show cause Why there not be a trial of the Case and also Why the court should not Grant an allowance for counsel fees and expenses the writ is return Able next week h j schools is the for the libel Lant Harkins co delivers bricks to purchasers following the close of the third annual Auto show dealers of the City followed up sales started at the exhibition and a number of sales in the past week among the most energetic local dealers were repro of the Harkins Buick who sold no less than six bricks last week of the latest 1922 models the following styles of cars were delivered to the following people Grant Reigel the Avon grocer a Buick Sedan mrs Mary Siegfried of North fourth Street Buick Sedan Russell Stanley of this City a Buick roadster John of this City a Buick touring car professor a Bender of Lebanon Valley College a Buick touring car Tobias Bomberger of Annville a Buick roadster John Messinger had nose smashed in a collision with Auto new York had two murders Over week end special to news by United new York March series of crimes that started with the slaying of a Man late saturday night ended shortly before Dawn to Day with the murder of another one additional murder that of a seventeen Vear old boy was reported a Jong list of assault and Rob James Heany 18 years old was shot and died a few minutes later during a party in an apartment House four Oclock this morn ing Samuel licht 17 said by police to have recently been released from a reformatory was shot and killed afternoon As he stepped in to Street his assailant escaped licht had Bidden be sweetheart Good Bye just a few minutes before his life was taken j Tea merchant was slain late saturday night As he raised his comply with de mands of the three boy bandits Arami 30 was seriously wounded last night by a band of men who attacked him shots fired at him sent crowds of women and children near a movie theatre scattering one shot struck his assailants escaped four men were being held by de today As suspects in the robbery december is of the Capitol theatre the arrests were made during a police raid on a card at Newark n j Moonshiner came in for their part of the crime outbreak police were seeking owners of the largest still yet discovered in the Litan District the still said to have 500 Gallons capacity let go with a terrific blast and wrecked a two and a half Story Brick building the front Wall of the building was blown across the Street Ralph roman is honoured director of physical training in schools of Ticonderoga n y selected from a Field o fone Hun dred and four College graduates applying for the position Ralph h Homan Well known local athlete on saturday received the position As director of physical training in the Public schools of Ticonderoga new York and athletic coach of the three major sports in the High school at that place to be selected from such a Large which contained Many of the leading College athletes of the East is no Mere Honor for the Lebanon High and Lebanon Val Ley College football sensation and he is receiving the congratulations of his Many friends throughout the City Homan will report to the authorities on september 1 to assume his new duties and his experience in athletics and in physical work will stand him in Good Stead As the Field is a Large one with great opportune for development the local athlete has had considerable experience in this work As director of the progressive playground to which position he has been reelected for the coming season and is Well qualified by his close connection with athletics to fill the position was so eagerly sought by Many leading col lege athletes Spring fashions at Coney Island n y Coney Island n March United press Paris has its Auteuil and Longchamps race tracks for Dis play of new styles but new York Jias its Coney Island Spring fashions As observed at the opening of the hot dog season sunday included socks in Bright checks Spanish shawls tied tightly around the hips finale Hopper hats with resting on Bridge nose violently hued silk mufflers with two Yards floating free in the Breeze like a comets Tail Cheeks Are brighter than last season and the flush extends to the Corner of Trie Eye lips Are narrower and just a Shade redder than the John Messinger of Cleona is suffering from a smashed nose and a Cut face the result of an Accident which occurred on Friday when while Riding his motorcycle he collided with an automobile he was immediately to his Home and put under the of doctor Hauer Leb steel casting co finished Model for grave markers the Lebanon steel casting com Pany has just finished a Model of the new Prave markers approved by the state adjutant generals depart j ment of soldiers of the world War the Model is be considered or the Lebanon co j commissioners today while the new i Marker has been adopted for Tho j Graves 01 War soldiers there i is a tendency to interpreted the Ord i eras inclusive of civil War veterans graces As this feature will a decided before memorial Day Eagle held services in memory of five members who died the past

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