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THE NEWS-COMET, EAST BERLIN, PA., MAY 31, 1946 PAGE FTVtB Y,S.GradsTold Of New Problems Using the words of Woodrow Wilson, "If a man has a white post, he must keep painting it and keep it up to date, or it will soon cease to be a white post," Dr. Harry F. Baughman, of the Gettysburg Lutheran Theological seminary told the 17 graduates of York Springs high school Thursday, May 23, that the milestone which they have reached Â·withVU-ejr graduation is an introduc- tioA to new responsibilites. Lake the former president, Dr. Baughman criticized what he said has been a tendency to glorify American heritages and past deeds without doing anything to transmit these heritages and apply them to the new age. "Having reached this milestone in your lives, you are required, net only to appreciate the American heritage, but to pass it on to posterity more shining and bright than Â·when you received it," he continued. "You must first appreciate this her- ' itage yourselves, and the words of the Declaration of Independence, Â·governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,' and its closing words, 'and for the support of this declaration, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.' You must remember the words of Lincoln: 'Government of the people, by the people and for the people.'" "It is important that you appreciate this sacred honor of America because it is now in peril from forces loose which would destroy it. You must give to the nation a spiritual life and a will to pass on these heritages undimmed, and brightened by your own example and service." HEIDLERSBURG Accuse Countian I WOHLEyv S5Â£ Jeane Linah Fickel, R.N.. Harrisburg, has been spending sometime with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Linah. Merle Philips purchased the McCans property near Center Mills for $2,250 Mr. and Mrs. Philips sold their store here. | Brenda Ann Tanger, York Springs j R 2, has been on the sick list i P ulled out oi a Mrs. Jessie Hockey has spending sometime with Mrs. Katie : Decker, York Springs R. 2 ' ' , , ,, . _ . , , , ,,,, The Heidlersburg school closed ' l e h v l l l e R _^ _ T otal _ d TMf was $3 Â° Thursday Mrs Walsh was the RELIEF PAY RISES teacher. Mr. and Mrs Russell Saiun have. Relief payment to needy Adams gone to housekeeping in several' county residents rose to $406 80 for rooms in the S K linah house. .the week ending May 24. an in- Four voters, two waid. fhst piecinct ol in the first Gettysburg, After Car Accident Mark Pfeffer, Gardners R. 2, will be charged before a justice of the and one each in the Gettysburg se- peacc with failing to yield thu raht ( . 01U ) wim ) lim i New Oxloid, wrote of way as a lesult oi an accident n (h(1 nam( (J , Col John g Rice./voterr be'i'ng" froir the~ first ward. Saturday evening, state police -said for congressman in the Republican Manchester town* hip. York rountv ticket i r ,io E. Wiilker. East Berlin R D John W. Brehm. Democratic can- ] drove carelessly in Dover t o w n - didatc for congressman wiled four | .ship writton-in votes on the GOP ticket ' - - - - -- loi the same office with all lour! fust precinct of Gettysburg STANDARD CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO., Inc Tuesday. The accident was said by to hve occurred when Pleffer drive on the Dem c a n d i d a t e lor governor on thoir ballots as Republican gttber- got 11 vou-.s The annual open-air services will' crease of $2080 over the previous c \ ic fo) . t ] l be held at Chestnut Hill schoolhouse i week, it has been announced b / at 2-00 p. m June 16th Ramsey S Black, state treasure! Memorial services will be held Payment for the comparable week Sunday afternoon in the Lutheran I last year totaled $359.90. church. Postmaster Claude Meckley, of Hanover, will be the speaker. John H Basehore, Republican county chairman, almost had a dinner ro cntf-r the ene'iiv camp more or le-^s legally, when some Cumberland township voter wrote in his name on the Uemoi ratio ballot lor Democratic State Committeeman Francis. Worlev. who was renamed the Repuhcans as their candi- TRAFFIC' VIOLATIONS Fred C. Wolf. Hampton, failed to|**^ slop at a through traffic sign in West PIMPUES. Disappeared Overnight Phon* 6695 M Sherman St. Ext. York, P*. Manufacturers Bnd Distributor! at CRUSHED STONE. CONCRETE PRODUCT! A N D B U I L D I N G SUPHLIKS Th? Home of Vibrated Concrete Blorki Â·-tati- 1 (jishuure. also in Latnnore township FREE Accident Insurance t'olicy To Each Student RnrolHng JOYCE ART R E A L T Y CULTURE COLLEGE Â»Â· \V. Market St. Vork, Pa. *) Blackheads too. No waiting A YÂ«-\ it i" trut*. tlicrf IH .1 *?jlÂ». r hnriulri-i, imth atMl liituid c.ilul KLCER^X that dri.-H up pnn;U-t tii^ht ft^ ic iK'f* to IfK^^Pti nml r*'iTio\ 'Â· bUuklic* ui* 1 liu-w- w h o fo'low. cl sim pie fltn-ctiony .itnl airÂ»ln d Kleenex IIU*M n * U i J i i K A c n * a i n umÂ«ly8urin-'d u h. n th.-\ oiiru! tin iriJiniijl"Â» uid bl u k h i M r N I i ul 'i--,ip'M JT* 1 I hi Â»f U'^rs ctuhnsi.iiiirjny pr itÂ«- KIÂ«Â«rO)i .tntt l i t m tÂ»io\ i r Â« no lom:Â» r ' mbjrr.i^^l uid are now luippv w i t h tlieir t Ic^r itiplcxi(jns U*Â« Kleerex. It onf- r- iln* it ion U)4*H not H a t i ^ f v . yon x-t doubi* your monÂ«y back. A-^k. tÂ»r KU*rtk oljy. sure. // it's made of concrete, vt c*n mtke it! High quality architectural cast stone and garden furniture ONLY 49* Lull's Cut Rate Store East Berlin, P.i. COLLISION AT CROSS KEYS Tiucks driven by James J Goodyear, Mt Holly Springs, and W M. Chester, Baltimore, collided near Cross Keys at noon Thursday when Chester attempted to pass Goodyear and caught the rear of his truck in passing Damage to the Goodyear truck was $200 while $50 damage occurred to a tractor owned by E. B Neff, Mt Holly Springs, which was being carried in the Goodyear iruck and which was thrown out of the truck by the impact. State police are investigating. i Miss Jane Spcmgler. d n i i g h t e i ol j Mr and Mrs G Mrvin Spangler, j New Oxford, was selected beautv queen of the junior class at CU-tivs- I burg college. BANNER Insurance Agency Complete Sendee East Berlin Penna. Phone 15-R-2 ROLLEH SKATSNE and SWIMMING Willow Beach Park York St., Hanover, Pa. Open every evening 8 P. M. to 11 P. M., except Monday. Also opÂ«n every Sunday afternoon, 2 P. M. to 4:30 P. M. Try Our Refinished Floor - Good Music Plan to Have Your Outing at Our Picnic Grounds Write To HYLES HAGY, Jr. Harrisbwrg-, R. 2 R. L. Pittenturf Funeral Director CstU snswured anywhere--day o- nigh! Phone 7 YORK SPJUNGS, PA. Ambulance Service 81st YEAR Your Money Back If Not Satisfied KRONENBERG 1 "Carlisle's Big Clothing Store" Men Wanted Apply THE FROG, SWITCH and MFC, CO. Frog: and Switch Dept. CARLISLE, PA. FARM and HOME ROOFS COATED AT Call 264 or 453-W (ROOFING DIVISION) GETTYSBURG, PENNA. f TEXACO ASBESTOS FIBRE COATING) Auto Inspection OBEY THE LAW HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED NOW Inspection Ends July 31. 1946 Official Inspection Station No. 9115 MUMMERT'S GARAGE Chrysler--Plymouth Cars Atlantic Gasoline, Oils and Lubrication, Repairing, Washing and Lubricating EAST BERLIN, PA. Official Inspection Station No. 5237 GLATFELTER'S GARAGE Geo. R. Glatfelter, Prop. EAST BERLIN, PA Oenpral Automobile Repairing Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Motor Fuels, Oils and Accessories Telephone 18-R-3 Inspection Station No. 4191 LEREW'S GARAGE Ford Sales and Service Allis-Chalmers Farm Machinery EAST BERLIN, PA Pull Line Firestone Supplies PARK HOTEL 'ON THE SQUARE" NEW OXFORD, PENNA. BEER Plenty of Â· WINES Â· LIQUORS MIXED DRINKS BILL JONES and his ORCHESTRA Every Friday And Saturday Night Dinners Served Daily Except Sunday A T T E N T I O N ! Authorized Sales and Service on KELVINATOR and BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY For Experienced Service on Your Refrigeration Equipment, Electric Washers, E t c . , Call: Ray FreecFs Appliance Store Phone 6-R-ll, East Berlin, Pa. My many years' experience with tne Keivmator-Careva Co. Inc in Yorti, plus se\eral jears of naming and experience in. 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