Mrs. Emma Lymaster, Jonestown RD2 Dies, listed brother Gordon Schnoke, Pine Grove
Pig* 2 Lebanon Dally News, Lebanon, Pa., Wednesday, May 22, 1963 Valley Beach Club Sets Date For Opening Of Pool With the poo! and grounds in excellent condition following an J_ Inspection tour by the board of director*, it was announced that the Valley Beach Club swimming swimming pool will open Thursday, May 30. The decision was made at a meeting of the board of directors directors held at the swimming pool office Tuesday evening. The directors approved eleven applications for membership presented by Mrs. Mildred Kreiser. The club directors also have added more picnic tables and beach umbrellas for the coming coming season and have added a new diving board and increased increased (he size of the basketball basketball court. Vice President Charles Wonzlcr, who reported on the club improvements, also announced the purchase of new la\vn and maintenance equipment. George Shattls, social chairman, chairman, reported the first event of DEATHS and FUNERALS TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY [—VITAL STATISTICS Funeral Notices SCin.OSSF.R~In Mj-ersUnvn K. D. *J <m May Ul, 1063 Ira M. Schlo.sser, »gert 75 years. Mineral Saturday al l:.W o'clock from The H«ld«lh«rf Church of lh« Brtthlfn. Interment »t .idjoimns remrtfO'- H«la- lives and frionrts are Invilcd 10 >tt*nit without (urthpr notice. Friftidi may rill Friday nvtning 7 to 9 *t lh« ClMiMr Funvral Hnm«, SchaefOrstovvn (CLAUSER) ialen W, Dohner Dies; Was Native Of Rexmont Galen \V. Dohner, 56, of 1310 lackhorse Road, Coalesville, died asl night in Coatesvllle Hospital, lovviriK a cix-month illness. Born in Bexmont and a resi- ent of Palmyra for many years, e was a son of Mary Dohner, of amiyra, and th* late Alien Dohn- H. 0. Schaeffer, Summer Resident At Gretna, Killed (Continued From P»ji One) with the North Carolina Fisheries Fisheries Commission. Wore Metal Brace The two took refuge under a tree when an electrical storm came tip suddenly. A bolt of lightning lightning that struck the tree was ap- the season will be a tenn-age|parently attracted to SchaefCer party of the club scheduled for;by a metal brace on his leg. It Saturday,.June 15. Other reports were given by was reported that Schaeffer was and hia wife, Bernice r. Dohner linnier Dohner, were the owners wid operators of Bernie's Tele- hone Answering Service, Coates- ille. He was also employed as construction foreman for 24 ears by Edward A, Daylor, of oatesville. He was a member of Olivet lethodist Church, the Goddard odge No. 383 F and AM, the Iks, the West End and Thorn- ale Fire Companies, and the Id Timers Group, all of Coates- ii'le. He was a or 22 years. Survivors, ife and mother, include six chil ren: Larry, Shelley and Ray- lond, all at home; Mrs. Mary Coalesville resident in addition to his Mrs, Emma lymasfer, Jonestown RD 2, Dies Mrs, Emma Lymaster, 73, wife of Foster W. Lymasler, .lones- ;own RD 2, died early this morning morning at the Good Samaritan Hospital. Hospital. She had been a patient for six weeks, She was a member of Outwood Lutheran Church, Pine Grove RD. In addition to her husband, she is jurvived by the following sons: Charles F. Mease, Jonestown Jonestown RD 2; William, Edward and Samuel Lymasler, all of Lebanon; Harvey Lyanastei', Jonestown; Robert Lymaster, Pine Grove RD 1; Elmer Lymaster, Bethel; and John Lymaiter, NMafara Falls, N. Y. She ii inrvived by the following following d a u g h t e r »: Lena, wife of Charles Morgan, Bethel; Mrs. Mabel Mabel Zimmerman, Pint Grove; Helen, wife of Harry Klepper, Lebanon RD 3; Edna, wife of H. William Leeper, Jonestown RD 2; Mrs. Pauline Barna, Lebanon RD 3; Venia, wife of Roy Knapp, Jonestown; Grace, wife of Francis Francis Swalm, Jonestown. Other survivors include: 66 grandchildren: 2S great-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; two brothers, Gordon Schnoke, Pine Grove and John Schnoke, Lebanon; two sisters, Mrs, Edna Cassel, Philadelphia and Mrs. Kathryn Henninger, Baltimore, Md.