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 - News, Lebanon, Pa.^ Monday, June 8, 1953 PAY...
News, Lebanon, Pa.^ Monday, June 8, 1953 PAY SUHNC co Shingle* 7-:tH2 KURTZ 2-6693 Given. septic water Jincs, bark stone and Koons Box 3ft, CHILD — tasilyi milhod cnrrccM wifhouf TUaiant mother. Ap- about Ihii without dial Ann- to Th< St., Annvill*, Re pan CLARK St 2-7S6fi Degrees Given 108 Seniors At Lebanon Valley (C«nllnunl Krnm !••§« Onil service (o his college, his community, his church and his God." Williams, a 1317 Graduate of the Annville college, was also cited for his World War 1 record and his affiliations in directorates of welfare, and assistance organizations of the county. Traces Freedom Heritage Dr. Stevens addressed the graduating class on the subject, "Our American Heritage," stressing its three basic elements as "belief in the rule of law, the Tight; of freedom of conscience, and freedom of opportunity." "Freedom for men is a continuous battle,"' he said. "We never may cease lo battle to protect and advance our liberties and lo make our basic freedoms productive of the kibt full measure of good." T racing Ihe development of American culture and its heritage of freedom from the first.settlors, Dr. Stevens told tbe graduates: "The .challenge is that, you should adopt as a personal nhlis/sUnn of your lifetime Ihe carrying forward of thai heritage wherever you may go and into whatever walk of life i you shall'.choose In go." Special Awards T>c,in Howard M. Krcit/.cr presented college pri/.cs to 15 graduates, among them six Lebanon County .sludenls. Awards and their winners were: Max F. L P h m a n Memorial Ma them nllcs Pri/e — Jerry fi Patlcrson, Richlnncl; and Kdwarrl .1, BillinRham, .Jr., 1210 Colclvrook Rct., Lebanon (tic). Sophomore Prize in English Literature: first- Nancy ('. Daugherty, Cnilisle; second — Adora ,1. KabiRcr, I[avetiown: third —- Raymond II. Coble, Jr., iMiddlclowii... Alice Kvers Burlner Memorial Award — Vernale Dnrlcnc Moycr, Reading. Raish Memorial History Award — W.'Herbert Heffley, 710 Hill St., Lebanon. Music Scholarship Award — Joyce (,'. Hammock,' senior, Kronl Royal, Va., and Doris N. Corlrighl, junior, Manheim. Pi Gamma Mu .Scholarship Award — Howard R. Anccll, Uar- risburg. Award of the Pennsylvania Institute' of Certified Public Accountants — 'Edgar 0. Landis, Myerslown, Andrew Render Memorial' Chemistry Award — David D, Nciswcnder, Palmyra. The Chuck Mas to n; Memorial Athletic Award ~ Leon M. Miller, Palmyra., The bioFogical Scholarship:.'Award — Richard Musselman, Quakerlown. The M e d i c a I Scholarship Award — Harry W. Hull, Jr., Hiimmelstown. Announced as elected lo membership in Phi Alpha Epsilon, honorary scholarship society, were Howard R, Anccll; John I. Grosnick, Allen 11. Heim, Oonald L. Kreider, David D. Noiswender and William S. Vought Jr. Thomas Israel, a Ctcona gradu- alc, played the organ at Ihe Commencement exercises. The Rev. William A. Wilt, pa.stor of Ihe college, offered the invocation. A trumpet Irio, composed of Ralph Minnick, Richard Gingrich and John McKenzic, accompanied the college Glee Club in "God of Our nlhcrs," under the direction of Edward P. Rutleclge. Baccalaureate services w e re. held for Ihe graduates in lhc KUB Church on the college campus Sunday. . .:.. The baccalnureate sermon was preached by one Of the honorary degree recipients, the Rev. S. Fred Christ man, on the subject, "Life's Master." ..••':• : : ; . Soloists during the Sunday service were Ronald Steel, violinist,' accompanied by Joyce Snyder; William Shoppcll, bass baritone, accompanied by Miss Snyder; and Rose Killian, organist. | Receivi»g degrees at today's exercises were, the following: Bachelor nl. m I v-Howard R. Ancell, JAITIOV Fl. llAkor, C.crnM llortcrr Ho.vt v r. Albert' P." CarelU. Vermin W. Cnrby, llaw • rrni'e \V, C'r.iir, Carl W. |i;uiKlu*rty. l-'i;mk fi. DcAnKdis Mark Diellielm. Clonti M. l^ictvirh. llrnrv II. Karly, John I, (irns- . ini'k, wuiiiim n. iicfik-y,'Frank K. iioffrr, in a Cily•('ounty THEM Clear seniors In Honorary County by the graduating background. Graduate Dwvid •Two' reiving ciscs at '.•.The K. Nc-iswcnder, (Jrosnick, 107 bachelor of majorr.d in Krederic K. presentations. lame* I). Handle.}-. Me-lvln K. l«me* M, rti'sslfr, I. Tiiranlnln, Dnvlcl 1.. Wise. , In milk'u^ II* M. linrnli.-u't. K. llalliroli. llnmmiu-k. lUlhy llnrnbcrgi'i-..'L'hnmns AHrn AI<-Ki! '. .Line CJi'acc A. Mnhn .lotui n. llnlslon, nld A. tlolhnnlx'i i-ncr M. .Sautter, William Jl. NlinpiH-M. lean A, Stalile, C. Trlirli. .Slunlc.v Wliitu .ind Alk-lii In rhomlstiy— A, fli'imn. Jr., :.. rilnntz, Dun.iltl S. Lcfflcr. l.i-oi) wnni|r.r.:'nnil ir.sin^--(Jr.Ti'e A. ni'Krrr?^ tii he n.ichrlor nl irn )•:. I.AMIi.i. CliAi-e II. l-'rirk. lliirlii'lor of !n ei'ononil(.'s nramll. 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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 08 Jun 1953, Mon,
  3. Page 14

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