1916 November 9

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1916 November 9 - Biitz, of from tihelr spent at and made by trip...
Biitz, of from tihelr spent at and made by trip when auto broke to walk nearest railroad By Keath day of In Union township, teacher, Smith, Amy Anna Horst, Kathryn Heisy, May Smith, E. Bobb, Krei.ler Horst. For Citizens the instructor has again Jonestown he made which Is to of the P. 24th three years,'"'Heze- "Hezeklah's Minister," success. present this a comic contains numbers. will be the by appearances for the vicinity. BY Ward 250 Ward 151 Fourth Wnfd 1OO Fifth Ward (Rjfst) .... 246 . 188 81* 83 4S Fifth Ward (West) Sixth Ward Seventh Ward .... 12f 04 Sff 2.32 17fl 204 Wan! Total 1087 1250 M, M, Millard Died Tuesday Evening Michael M. Millard, a retired stone quarryrnan, died at. his home at Tenth and Maple streets, at 8 o'clock, on Tuesday evening. He had been in failing health for several years, and on that account retired from the quarm'ng business which hns marie the Milla'rd family famous In this region. He was able to bo about until very recently however, and was confined to his bed .anly a week. Had he lived he would, have passed liis fiftieth birthday anniversary next February. Mr. Millard was wioely known and highly respected and bis death is very deeply deplored. He was a member ofthe Order of Odd Fellows and sev- of thn Order of Odd Fellows and sev- made friends readily, and there is sorrow in the circles in which he was a favorite. He leaves his wife, who was Miss Anna Leonard, of Pinegrove; a sister, Mrs. Martha Davis, of Harrisburg, and two brothers, Jacob B. Millard, of North Tenth street, and Edward' F. Millard, of Martlnsburg. Another brother, Charles D. Millard, died only two weeks ago. Harry Sholly Celebrates His Natal Day Quietly Harry Sholley, the Swatara town- sliip farmer and general traveling agent for the International Harvester Company, on Tuesday quietly celebrated his 48th birthday anniversary. He received the felicitation B of a host of friends aH- of whom wish him many more happy returns of the day. The Methodist Tent'h impressive 7.30 Siegrist, Arthur Fred' M. Mrs. .1. North E. church, using including plight unattended. ceremony Reading the 8 be a honeymoon The draftsman Hunsicker widely been Methodist and a wishing the prosperous Harry , Harry conductor on maintains Rutherford his wife, will stop Kansas City, friends, home week. In

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  1. Lebanon Semi-Weekly News,
  2. 09 Nov 1916, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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