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around one-third inch south am near one-half north portion. Rev. Bachman Addresses Seniors At Schaefferstown SCHAEFFERSTOWN, May 27— Twenty-six students of the Heidelberg Township High School, were told by Rev. A. R. achman, pastor of the St. Paul's Evangelical and Reformed Church to "Seek God first, think of others, second, and self, last;" at the baccalaureate service on Sunday evening. The services were opened with the invocation offered by Principal Cyrus Krall, followed by the hymn, "Holy, Holy, Holy." The school chorus, under the direction of Howard R. F. Penchard, sang "Send Out Thy Light" and "Now The Day Is Over." Senior Emma Beth Zimmerman was the accompanist. The services were held in the Schaefferstown School audilorium. Margaret Ann Horst played the processional during which the white-gowned seniors entered. On the class roll are Carolyn J Copenhaver, Phyllis Ann Dinger D. Elaine Carman, Eloise Anne Gichner, Thomas G. Hoffman Gene W. Kepley, Monroe A. Krall Elaine G. Kurtz, Ronald P. Lerch Ruth Ann Lestier, Lynn B. Leven good. Patricia L. Matthews, Doris J Miller, Carol Y. Moate, Earla E Noll, Harold T. Nolt, George E Ruhl, Harold . Shenk, Isahelle M. Smith, Lester Spitler. Anna E Weidman, Gloria M. Wike, Anna Mae Witmer, Sylvia L. Zeller John T. Zerbe and Emma Bet! Zimmerman. The class will take a trip New York on June 3. Three other Heidelberg Town ship seniors have completed th secretarial course offered by th Elco Jointure in the Rich lane School. They are Raymore Selt zer, Darlene June Becker and Pa tricia Ann Waltz. The Heidelberg seniors w i 1 join the senior classes of Millcree Township and of Richland or ough this evening at Richlan Memorial Field for the gradua lion exercises. Members of the Heidelber; oard of Education are Kennetl Krall, Daniel Leib, Ira Krall, Ear L. Horst and Howard Weiss. Twelve names were listed o the memorial rosier for the an nual memorial services held at St Luke's Lutheran Church on Sun day morning. The pastor, Rev. William W Miller, spoke on "This Is Lif Eternal." The confirmation clas ?received its first communion a this service. On the Memorial Roster ar the following, with the date death: John H. Rhoads, June 20 Aaron H. Fisher, August 2; Pau Houtz, August 30; Mrs. Davi Layser, November 11; Otto Her aid, November 18; Mrs. Minni M. Strickler, December 1; Joh A. Wike, December 6; Thoma Dissinger, December 11; Frank G Eb*rly. December 15; Mary E Susan Ulrich, January 2.1, an Mrs. Ella Boughter, May 31. Doily NEWS Photo. HE DIDN'T DO IT! — Martha Arnold, 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Arnold, Lebanon Route Three, and her clog view remains of peeps killed on their farm by yesterday's severe storm. About 15 chickens were reported dead on the farm. *%•#*<•* Doily NEWS Photo. TRAILER 'CANOPY—Yesterday's powerful winds accompanying (he thunderstorm neatly wrapped this metal canopy around a utility pole. The canopy was attached to the trailer of Paul Kerr, which was blown off its foundation Each name was represented by while carnaticas in a memorial bouquet. After the services, the bouquet was taken to the Wike and Clauser Funeral Home to he used for the funeral of M r s. Boughler, the last on the list, on Monday. Members of the Luther League of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, celebrated Rogstiontide, or Rural Li/e Sunday, a$ the Becker farm adjoining the 'Becker Cemetery, near Millbach on Sunday afternoon. Harold Nolt led in the-opening responses and Franklin Zimmerman III, read the introit and lead the response for the Kyrie. Emma Beth Zimmerman offered the prayer. The Old Testament lesson wa read by Linda Bennelch, and Joa Zeller read the Gospel lesson. Th league .sang the anthem. Patricia Matthew's read the o feratory and the pastor, Rev-. Wi liam. Miller, spoke on "Th Earth Is The Lord's And The Fill ness Thereof." After the blessing of the seec corn and wheat by the pasto: Clayton Zimmerman and Joel Mi ier scattered the seed in the ficl so that it might grow. The aud once joined in the singing o "Beautiful Savior" and "\V Plough the Fields and Scatter." The Becker farm is owned b M. and Mrs. Lewis Beru;etch.