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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - May 29, 1944, Lebanon, Pennsylvania F hotter ina010n 12initaly from one vied mothers Day greetings him he was a devoted Mem a Tara Catholic Church to attended Lebanon Cath Hafk school and was pm to by the Bethlehem Stee ipad prior to the time he a Tod la service March 19 trained at fort Mcclel Alabama and subsequent stationed at Camp Rucker to was in october 1943 he went overseas is father is Well known Here few formerly owned filters Iery company he is now emed by the National Radiator re Brothers Are in service also Vamon news Lebanon a saw plenty of real fighting it narc jut Annville Kurt main it Otal rare technical sergeant John litter Teho has been in service a thus and is stationed in new eau private George e hitter aligned at fort Lewis Wash in Irr Irton besides the parents the Tiro Brothers Are six Sis mrs John Fetter Atlantic n mrs Warren c Batch of Greensboro n mrs b Miller miss Mary t hit miss Mildred c Ritter and Helen v Ritter of this City ill take depositions rank Bickel was aped commissioner to take de on inthe divorce suit of la j failing is Myron j by judge a h Ehrgood on motion of g Adams Ley for the lib Ellant in his 21 months overseas Pri vate first class Lester g Eisen Hower Myerstown infantry Man jaw plenty of fighting he had part in the four Mediterranean campaigns Morocco Tunisia Sicily and Italy he has been returned to this country for a furlough under the army rotation plan the War department released his Story today he will stay with his sister mrs Jennie Salem while on furlough pfc Eisenhower no relation to the general landed at Arrew in the original invasion of Africa he was creased in the shoulder by a French sniper there an even closer Brush with death came in Sicily where he fought for 29 Days he and his infantry company commander ducked under a Cul Vert near Gela when the germans started shelling the area a Shell struck on top of the Culvert wounding the Captain and giving Eisenhower after reassignment to a hos Pital unit pfc Eisenhower spent our months on Italy he has Only the highest Praise for the medical detachments who comes o the Hospital gives a lot of credit o the Fine work the medics be said before entering the army he worked in the wholesale meat business in Reading a Annville May 27 it Rich Ard Zeigler Sou of or and mrs Harvey Zeigler Maple Street is spending a ten Day furlough at his Home following his graduation m a Pilot in the air corps at Camp sunnier new Mexico on tuesday of this week his brother also a lieutenant in the army is Over seas both Are graduates of Ann Ville High school pharmacist mate third class Charlotte Juhl daughter of Chas Ruhl Sheridan Avenue is spend ing a ten Day furlough with he sister and brother inlaw or and mrs Frank Shaffner and children of Palmyra miss Ruhl a graduate of Annville High school 1935 enlisted in the spars and at present is located in new York City John h Lynch son of Drand h d Sarge does at his Home Here sunday continued from Paije one peaches were introduced into England from Persia in 1562 mrs Clyde a Lynch East Sheri Dan Avenue Annville left on thursday for Philadelphia where he will be affiliated with the Mer chant marines and will be stationed at Sheepshead Bay n for his graduate of Annville High school 1936 and of Lebanon Valley College 1940 he was employed by the Reading Railroad company prior to his leaving his wife the former miss Evelyn Ware Harrisburg tend ered her husband a Farewell party at their Home 1228 Harding ave nue Palmyra thirty relatives and friends attended the event Howard Moyer coach of the Annville High school basketball team the past season awarded Gold basketballs to the following Richard Grimm Donald Thomas Harry fake Calvin Gardner John Mcclure Earl Kauffman Ralph Baylor and letters to Clyde Shaeffer Harry fake and John Mcclure Paul Billett coach of the baseball team presented certificates to Earl Kauffman Calvin Gardner Gerald Waltz Richard Grimm Harry fake Donald Thomas Norman Bucher Joseph can Iron and steel company Plant Here and Hen went to Pittsburgh where he was employed for a period of year at Secretary off the Superior steel company he then returned to Lebanon and took up the insurance business becoming an authorized broker some Yean ago to Flat program held sunday at Hershey Luppinetti Cates were letters and certify presented to David izing soybeans i a recent test at Purdue Experiment station soybeans following u Good average Upland soil without fertilizing the Beans pro about 20 by of Beans per acre on an adjacent plot where the Itig Corn had received 400 ibs of 01020 at the plow sole and s of 01212 near the Hill the bean crop yielded nearly 26 acre and when the 400 ibs of 01020 fertilizer was applied bean crop instead of to the preceding Corn crop the Beans nearly 33 by per acre in seasons of Early Frost or late Plant Beans the Early maturity fertilized could easily be of Moor sauce than these rather spectacular gains in yield Beans first plot contained 5s6 moisture on oct 3rd compared it 40 moisture when the Beans followed heavily fertilized ind Only moisture when the Beans themselves were fertilized at the plow sole grass for overflow Bottoms less Canary grass is the Only grass known to the writer that is ended for planting on overflow bottomlands in the Middle armers and Experiment station workers who have had per experience with this grass Tell me that it seems Able to with most any amount of temporary flooding without permanent s if the water covers the grass Long enough to kill the top it starts up again As soon As the water subsides but i have to believe that we May have overlooked a bet in smooth Brome or overflow lands in the Spring of 1943 about two acres of me was under water for nearly a week this amount of flooded out Les Pedreza in the and it killed both wheat and Lover in another Field but the Brome came through with no it damage the tillers were about 6 in High at the time of the they did not Burn Brown from the water and a year later Oded Patch shows an excellent stand of grass in matter increases crop yields one West Virginia experimental farm a rotation that main a relatively High amount of organic matter in the soil pro n average of 73 by of Corn per acre and on the same soil an Talon that maintained a Low level of organic matter produced age of but 43 by of Corn per acre when most of us think of matter in a rotation we think of legume Sod and perhaps Lamire and have the idea that it is the nitrogen in these 1s that helps the following crops but that is far from the tory because stalks and Straw and Plant trash in general Are s important As nitrogen bearing humus a striding example Ivas shown by the Ohio Experiment station in 7 years of a two tation of Oats and Sweet Clover followed by Corn when the iks and the Oats Straw were spread on the Sweet Clover Sod blowing it for Corn the resulting com yield was increased at i by per acre Over the yield from Sweet Clover with the stalks a Fields in Michigan Chian climatic conditions Are different from those of the t and As a Rule Michigan grows better crops of Oats than we de for these factors should be born in mind when we take a the comparative yields of different varieties of Oats at the in Experiment station in general Huron and Marion vane White Oats Are showing Best results n the lower Peninsula Arion by far the Best of the two in years when rust is Preva for three years the tests at East Lansine showed average f 87 by per acre for Huron compared to so by for Marion St struck in 1942 in which year Marion yielded 46 by com o but 37 by for Huron vice anal Tama and Boone Are very no new rust resistant varieties that have been tried nut exly in Michigan and their yield has been comparable with their Straw is so Short that they have not been Satis for use on Sandy or infertile soils in that state also in t their Shorter Straw they lodged my Elf More than Marion is exactly the opposite of the results that were secured at the Experiment station Type of farm roofing s Farmers Are All familiar with Asphalt shingles and Asphalt icing but few of us know much about the buildup Type of that is used on so Many factories and Flat roofed buildings in ies this Type of roofing is constructed right on the roof by several sheets of Felt roofing Poper on top of each stick m together with hot Asphalt and then finishing the Job with at of Asphalt it is a common practice to spread a coat of Fine of stand on the finish cont of Asphalt while it is still hot built s require no nails they Are stuck to the boards of tie Root the different layers of fell Are lapped to make Leaky possible and they normally far outlast any other Type is when exposed to Strong winds up to very recently buildup Ive been denied to Farmers because of skill required to d the roofing with hot Asphalt arid the difficulty of handling of with a Steep pitch but now a roofing pitch of the highest can he applied cold by anybody who can climb on v roof and paint Brush or a Small mop it will to Ellof us r5nd can have Asphalt roofs that will myth to Park and wind Bolti Mark Light Robert Bixler James Bixler David Ingrahan and Richard Umberger Palmyra news correspondent Harding Avenue phone Hershey 4802 Palmyra May Amos Mark West main was Host Ess thursday evening to the missionary society of the evangelical congregational Church after devotions by mrs Joseph Smith and her daughter Dorothy a program was presented mrs Irvin Enswiler read a poem mrs Bertha Lane and her daughter Kathryn Sang a duet mrs de Luther and mrs Karl Harper gave readings reports were presented on the convention held in Ephrata last week during the social hour de Licious refreshments were served to the sixteen members and nine visitors who the Sunshine Bible class of Trinity evangelical and reformed Church held its May meeting thursday evening in the Church social room with 15 attending second lieutenant Light s Wagner son of or and mrs Harry s Wagner East main Street received his wings As a Pilot and was commissioned a Sec Ond lieutenant in the army air forces at exercises last week at Marianna Field Fla he has just left Palmyra for Randolph Field Texas after spending a nine Day furlough with his parents and wife the former Arlene Schaffner Union Deposit lieutenant Wagner a graduate of Palmyra High school and is a former Middletown air depot worker he entered the service last year As an aviation Cadet and trained at Nashville and various other air Fields in the South he expects to return to Marianna after service in Texas he became interested in politics and in 1936 received the Republican nomination for assemblyman he was caught in the democratic landslide of that year and was Defeated by Peter of Bunker Hill the democratic candidate two years later he was again nominated by the republicans and was elected he was reelected in 1940 and 1942 and was renominated by the republicans for the fourth time this this cation without opposition he was singularly gifted As an orator and after dinner speaker and these attributes which were a decided element in his prefer ment for his legislative Post were by Way of getting him further prominence when his life was Cut Short two years ago he was mentioned for speaker of the House and had such heavy backing that he was practically assured of the Post but declined to become a candidate because of his health an influential member of the As Sembly House of the legislature was Here recently and gave Assur Ance that Sarge be elected to the Honor this year without any contest or at least none that would cause him any serious mental or physical distress representative Sarge was held in High esteem by his fellow legislators and was honoured with appointments to some of the most important committees he took particular interest however in the state government committee in which he proposed a number of drastic reforms As outlined in the news from time to time he also manifested much interest in the House military affairs committee in addition to his chairmanship of the state government commit tee considered one of the most outstanding of them All he was Hershey May 29 the combined baccalaureate and commencement exercises of the her Public High school and the Hershey Junior were held sunday evening la the Hershey Community theater the thine of the commencement was Amer present with Arloa Marie belts of the High school graduating class present Harold Gerberich Gingrich presenting and Eris presenting the baccalaureate Sermon was preached by the Rev j Herbert Miller pastor of the Spring Creek Church of the Brethren the commencement speaker was Rev Arlhur c James pastor of the Grace lutheran Church Dreyer and diplomas were presented to the graduates by Wil Liam Dunbar Iii president of the Derry township schools graduates of the Hershey Junior College this year Are Eris r Farmers former radio prof Fern when to new York 660 on your Diol Eugene blaster n my St Mye town also a member of the equally important ways and Means commit tee and also was listed with the military affairs insurance rail roads railways and workmen compensation groups or Sarge was a member of Trinity United Brethren Church and was affiliated for Many years with the Lebanon Lodge of elks of which he was a past exalted ruler he was also identified with the membership of the Lebanon Kovanis club the Lebanon Cham Ber of Commerce and the pal Myr Alejanori Auto club he a member of the Lebanon club for Many years and was also a past president of the group the decedent leaves his wife Stella Albright and two sons both in the Harry d Sarge now in Australia and Corporal John r Sarge last heard of in Italy and a sister mrs Elizabeth Sarge Blackburne of Palmyra n j news of the sudden death of the legislator on sunday brought expressions of sympathy throughout the City and indeed in various parts of the Many of them being transmitted to Sarge in telegrams or by Telephone he was intensely popu Lar in his own behalf arid entirely aside of the political influence his position gave him mrs personals Albert Barber and her Young son James from Cut Bank Montana Are visiting mrs bar Bers parents or and mrs Ira j Early North Grant Street or and mrs Harry Edris 203 South Railroad Street accompanied by mrs Edris Niece mrs Albert Barber and mrs Barbers son James visited relatives in Reading sunday realty transfers Clayton and wife to Clarence a Bentz and wife premises at 408 Lehman Street a Herman Light and wife to Mary a Mengel wife of or j g Mengel tract of two acres Situ ated in North Lebanon township Cedars trim Reading widow is left estate of late capt Speicher mrs Eleanor w Speicher of 108 exist Gran Street is named sole beneficiary of tie estate of r husband Captain George j Speicher late of Lebanon whose will was filed at the court House Loday when she took out letters testamentary on the estate value of the personal property has not seen determined but realty to the value of consisting of a Inin Pfow at Jit Wilson is mentioned in the application for let ters capt Speicher attached to a v s army Engineer corps died last March 5 in Italy Becker and Ehrgood represent the executrix Soldier is honoured mrs Ann e Klohr of Rock Wood Lebanon Rural route 3 recently entertained a company of relatives and for lands at a Deli Cious Chicken dinner in tribute to her pvt Victor a Klohr who is training with a u s army con Tingent at a Camp near Pittsburgh now Home on furlough in Addi Tion to the soldiers wife Anna Mae Klohr and their daughter Sandra Elaine the guests included or and mrs Harvey Klohr his a lip Dorothy son Rich Ard a films Klinger and daughter and Bertha r i o n 01140 1212 1190 1 3 3230 1 n 1 2 0 2 1 0 1100 021 r h o a 1120 0126 0220 01101 1000 1 1 12 0 Sprgeon 0041 0002 1200 0300 0110 0100 totals s 12 33 totals 4113310 score by innings Lebanon 020 010 001 Reading 000 020 h elder Home runs Dawkins Patton three base two base Ervin Straka double to John Beicher Beyerle to Ervin base on Kreider 4 off Helder 2 struck Kreide s by Patton 6 by Helder 4 off Kreider 11 in n innings off Patton 5 in 6 innings off Helder in 4 innings hit by by Patton Reich by Helder Zim Merman Strohm umpires Polter and Armpriester Highland triumphs Etc Henna r h o r r h o a 2 1 0 0 0 1 s 3 1 1110 4 2 1 0061 4111 0010 3 2 i 0 0040 w u u u 1 1 1 0 0 0 s 0 010 0000 1111 0000 1201 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 o l l 0 it 1 10 0 1100 total 23 1c 21 score by Rich Liml totals 1 1 001 Fredrio Kibuik 000 000 1 two Csc Marks throw base Neis Wintler k Jinks struck out 11 by p Grope 7 few on called 7 hit by plteher1 it Ai a 41 1 t Phillips Gilda Tulli Harry King w Phillip Keller and Mary Stahaski the 197 graduates of the lira school Are James f Fawber Elvin c Kleinfeller John h Logan George s Mahon Richard s oel Lig Clarence h Prowell demo Stene l d Romanucci David p Shelz Glenn a Slover Donald b Swartz Lester h Tice Glenn b Wagner Ralph d Widdowson Kenneth e Witmer Lillian m Balsbaugh Arloa m belts Caro line Bonat Martha w Clifton Betty j Delbler Anna d Duble Grace i Farver Louise m fas nacht Grace e Hula Huebner Esther i Kegerreis Hazel a Koup Laura a Nye Gloria Ann Olive Evelyn pain Ter Carolyn r Schwenk Kathleen e Stewart Pauline a via Doris j Warner Doris Weist Helen a Zoll Romeo j Castella Samuel r Davis David m Ditzler Edwin c Flowers Harold g Gingrich Lynn r leh Man Donald d Mease Lloyd i putt Lezerne m Rosef furans Joseph g w spinner Noel z stable j o s up h r Wallace Mary Jane Bomgardner Anita b Calamai Mary m Corradi Dorothy j de Verter Geraldine m Fernsler Mildred l Fittery Mary b Houser Gloria w Huzvar Janet m Kauffman Rhoda m Lehman Anna Mary Miller Arlene k Myers Rose j Pala Sarah a Rhoad Allene g Rockwell Edith e Root Colleen a a Chlegel Helen m Shearer Elizabeth r Shultz Lorraine j Smith Anna b Snyder Helen i Yehudy Helen l Weaber Thelma l Woodyard Kenneth r Shope John land Umberger Vivian s Bachman Laura m Beachell Geraldine m news oomib8pokdent is South St phone 29ra Myerstown May Dedi cation of the permanent Myers town and Jackson township Honor Roll will be held on memorial Day at 2 p with a Parade to be formed on South Locust Street tvs Honor Roll one of the first of its kind in Lebanon county came into being through the combined efforts of private Cithens of this area who wished to dedicate a permanent record to the men who have fought in world War i and those who Are now flight Long in world War ii under the Able leadership of Paul p Miller presi Dent mrs Amos Salem vice president mrs Stanley Ebling Secretary and Howard Hubshman treasurer the organization began soliciting contributions from the local citizens More than a year ago the response by civic organizations businessmen and private Shes then to help you theres girl at the Tele round but she will Aliw phone business office who do her be stand that it t it Yew personal co Rivous in everything tit that has to do with Tele or i phone Kravice who r Telephone service today Shes there to help you must waiting lists in any Way can but if you want a phone in your Home it is today she often int a Good idea to Call your Able to give you just what you want that s because at the business office and individuals was so encouraging Bistline june a Burns Geraldlin m Carl Orestina Cialone Isabe i Cioban Lucille j Eckert Flor j French Francis v Garrison Betty a Geesaman Betty l Geil ing Ethel j Good Dorothy j Heagy Dora l Heisey Marion r Hetrick Patricia m Kingsley Fay m Koons Mildred l Kreider june a Kuntz Treva g Lehman Marian e Ferigle Leda n Leoni Antonette m Masciocchi Elaine j Masimer Pearl m Mcquate mar tha a Meyers Evelyn m Stone cipher Betty Mae Breon Jean g Hitz Fern e Nornhold Mildred j Nornhold Anna Mae Nye Theresa b Pizzingrilli Arlene l Poorman Mary d Ranieri Erma k Rearick Elsie v Rochenbaugh Pauline e Rhoad Marian r Rhoads Rachel a Rhodes Betty j Shaffer mar Garet f Shank Rayette j Smith Norma j Spaziani Grace s speck Thelma i Swope Eleanore j Uhrich Mary l Vail Pauline k Wagner Erma r Weaver Byllye l Wenrich Juniata m Wilhute Helen j Winters Elemae Wise Betty r Yohn Pauline c Yohn Joseph r aim Ibali Nelson b bar Ber Emerson d barn aft Calvin c Cappelli Raymond j Carlucetti Valley v Decola Rudolph s de Donatis Raymond a Dimagno Charles l Eisenhour Henry a Forti Jack Gingrich Frank j Guiffre Gerald l Good Joseph s Gotshall Harold h Hamilton James r Heistand Charles w Jamison Glenn l Koons George l Kuntze Claude h Lehman Richard g Leibfried Harry k Longenecker Frederick m Mac get a r t h u r h Mengel Louis e Oneal Lloyd e Robert son Wayne d Ruddle Sterling e Sechrist Glenn a Shank Ira j Shenk Donald s Smith Warren l Souder Daniel l Spino Arlhur Stern Glenn r Stoner Dick d Slover John w Summy John f Vel or Ray s Wenrich Clarence w Wiley Richard l Willard Quinto m Zaccanini Richard e Zaccar Liui Earl f Basehore Wayne a Baum John h bpm Gardner Slaney e Bowman John i Burkett Paul j Ceresini David w Reimier Nick Didomenico Fel on w Ebe Bole Charles l Eisen Hauer James c Fackler Richard v fair Robert m Gladney Leger Heilman Paul Keefer Howard b Kishbaugh Richard r Kopen Haver Charles r Kromer Robert e Miller Herbert d Rhine John r Yorty Richard n Schell Roy s Snavely and Harry e Zern will share estate i Nel Swonder the personal property state of David k Zeller late of layers town is to shared by a on Walter seller and a daughter Deborah Zeller both of Myers own by terms of the will filed at House today when letters Testa Mcnary on a a i that immediate plans were Laid fir the erection of this permanent record of the participation of the sons and daughters of this area in the past and present conflicts after consultation the commit in charge chose Vermont Marble As the medium of imprint ing the names of those in service the site chosen is the Myerstown High school Lawn through the assistance and cooperation of the Myerstown District school Board the leaders of this movement have left no Stone unturned in order that the dedication should be appropriate and impressive the Parade will be routed North on Locust Street to main East on main to Cherry South on Cherry to Maple West on Maple to rail Road Street and North on Railroad Street to the High school the indoor services will be opened by an invocation by Rev c r Longe Necker followed by choral singing by the Young women Friendship chorus the address of Welcome will be delivered by Rev David Lockart followed by a Solo by mrs George Selbert the main speaker of the occasion will be col John Smith Deputy director of selective service of Pennsyl Vania who is Well known to Many in this the indoor there Arent enough Tele have her put your name phone facilities to go on the Tim till to Limoni company of Montt Vanla services will then close with an other song by the Young Wom ens Friendship chorus Solo by Benjamin Maurer following the indoor services the entire assemblage will repair to the actual Dedic Ion indoors with the dedicatory prayer Given by Rev Philip Leibich followed by the singing of the Star spangled a will then he offered by Rev h Layser and the Benediction by Rev w j Dech at this time voluntary contributions will be accepted from those who desire to contribute and the entire proceedings closed with the blowing of taps the following organizations will participate in the line of March Myerstown High school band officers and Block leaders of the Myerstown and Jackson township Honor Roll committee Gold Star mothers veterans of world War ii the red Cross the girl scouts Myerstown Borough Council american legion Auxin a american legion p o of a it Dot Newmanstown High school band Goodwill fire co auxiliary 3oodwill fire the children of Myerstown and Jackson township schools auxiliary police air raid wardens and the Keystone fire co the Public is invited to attend oth the inside and outdoor portions of the dedication services legion memorial services the american legion Post of Myerstown will conduct memorial Day services to commemorate and perpetuate the memory of the men who fought in world War i a Parade will be formed As in previous years and will gather at he Myerstown High school at a from where it will pro eed to the new Union cemetery where the Bervice will be con acted by chaplain f b Stanton of India town Gap military reservation the services will be included in the usual manner As has been the practice in previous ears All veterans of world War i and world War ii Are to participate in full uniform Myerstown Community Library curtain America unlimited the Promise blessed Are the Meek a Bell for Adano Liberty Street there was no yesterday halt a world away Winter wheat the Steep ascent they put out to sea Little Chicken Russia the shoo Fly pie the chinese american song and game books the Leio citation also acknowledged the recent donation of a file to the Library by George Eisley machinist mate second class Roger r Scholl of the u s coast guard recently arrived Here for a visit and is furlough ing at the Home of his parents or and mrs Ralph e Scholl 203 Carpenter Street coast guardsman Scholl recently returned from duty in the Pacific where he was a Crew Mem Ber of a Corvette Type ship he was fortunate enough to make to hts trip to his Home by air legion auxiliary the american legion auxiliary held a county meeting thursday evening at the local Post Home with mrs Frances Newman presi Dent of the Myerstown unit in charge musical entertainment was provided by Donald youse who played trumpet selections and Eleanor Tyson who Sang several vocal solos mrs Adam Hoffman played the piano accompaniment miss Myrtle Walmer spoke briefly on Charles Hoffman Dies this morning continued from Page one dinner a Man coming from a neighbouring store saw Hoffman in difficulty trying to get his car to the curb and assisted him in that Endeavor or Hoffman suffering intensely from the heat got out of the car but almost immediately col lapsed on the pavement mrs Fox and the unidentified Man Man aged to gel him Back into the car and mrs Hoffman drove him to the office of or j d Kerr who advised hospitalization mrs Hoffman then drove her husband to the Good Samaritan Hospital where he was placed in bed while he was conscious at that time he lapsed into a comatose stale shortly thereafter and could not be revived physicians at the out Star held out no Hope for re covery As his aliment was diag nosed As an apr Plemlie stroke he passed his 63rd birthday anniversary on the 5th of May the decedent was born at sail ors Lake in the Pocono Region of northeastern Pennsylvania the Eon of or Charles l and Anna Selp Hoffman the family re sided at a suburb of Pottsville when Charles graduated from the High school in that City he later graduated from Lafayette College the family came to Lebanon 42 years ago when their father engaged in a shirt manufacturing Enterprise with his sons As part ners the Myerstown Library association Community is opening heir summer season with the or Matlon of the vacation read no which will begin immediately registrants should re Ort to the Library without delay the association announced that he Story hour for children will gain be inaugurated this season and the children will reenter aimed during july and August at n previous years the 1948 report inadvertently melted showing the Goodwill fire o As a donor of f the ast year the local Public Library has of lined Many new volumes which summer readers will enjoy Mong the More recognised behind Stottl Walls Day following the death of the father the son was engaged As an Oil Salesman but when rationing of this commodity became the Rule about three years ago he took to surveying of disinfectants and other farm necessities to the Farmers in this Region As a dealer and Salesman he was thus engaged since then he was twice married his fifth Millard passing away a Long time ago he leaves his wife and two Brothers Frank of this City and Harry of my Gretna the decedent was a member of fourth Street presbyterian Church hut had no fraternal affiliations he possessed a genial tempera ment was devoted to his Home and was held in highest esteem in the circles in which he was Christ Church at Annville 140 years old continued from Pafe one denomination his remarks also were Replete with interesting reminiscences of the Annville Congre gation the senior and Junior choirs participated in the services of the Day and presented programs on which much time was spent in rehearsal and preparation originally the reformed Church in Annville was a Union group known As the Jerusalem Church built in 1804 and shared by the reformed and lutheran congregations it stood on the same site though not exactly on the same spot As Christ Church Abraham Ranguel and Martin Ulrich were the donors of the land the for Mer donating the old graveyard lot and the latter the plot by which the Church stood in 1872 the congregations agreed to separate the reformed congregation purchased the Luth eran interesting the building and Jerusalem Church was the Home of the reformed worshippers until 1903 in that year a new Church was erected and dedicated in 1904 named Christ Church the Structure is built of Fine Limestone of modified gothic architectural design beautifully appointed in 1924 during the pastorate of the Rev k 0 Spessard pm South Wing was added to the build ing greatly enhancing educational facilities and affording a social room Chrust Church has sent into the ministry five of its sons Rev John Ault deceased Rev John p Stein deceased Rev a v Hies Ler now deceased who was pro Fessor of economics in Franklin and Marshall College Rev h s deceased and the Rev j Rauch Stein one of the notable facts in the Church history is the Long pts torte of or j e Heister who served for almost fifty years Christ Church has forty eight of its sons and daughters in the argued forces pastors who have served the congregation Are As follows the Rev we Hietter 18041828 the Rev Henry Kroh 182s1s35 the Rev Henry Wagner 18351851 the Rev f w Kremer 18511852 the j e Hiester 18521901 the Rev w f Delong 19011921 the Rev j g Veugler Supply pastor 19191921 the Rev k 0 spes Sard 19211938 the Rev e t Dyson 19391941 the Rev w Miller Price the present pastor since 1941 Lions club celebrates at Schaefferstown one Hundred and fifty three Lions and their ladies from Schaefferstown Lebanon Lititz Warwick township the Baron Liegel club of Brickerville Jonestown sinking Spring and Reading were entertained thurs night at afire anniversary dinner parly which was Given by the Heidelberg Lions club of Schaefferstown in the Chapel of St Lukes lutheran Church Schaefferstown principal speaker was or h s Bolan superintendent of the Leb anon City schools he discussed education the responsibility of the adult an the a e Warner president of the club presided state Deputy named Greensburg Robert j White of Willio sport was reflected state Deputy by the kill thu of Columbus at their 47th Unanua state convention Here yes injured toe is treated Gladys Davis of and Maple streets received treatment at the Good Samaritan Hospital sunday afternoon far x possible fracture of the second toe of her left fool the report said she struck a porch after treatment she was referred to the dispensary for further at Tention
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