1921Dr. Bender chair of Chem

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1921Dr. Bender chair of Chem  - CHAS. PATSCHKE FOR TAX COLLECTOR OF INDEPENDENT...
CHAS. PATSCHKE FOR TAX COLLECTOR OF INDEPENDENT BORO. Charles W. Patschke, of 335 Canal street, Independent Borough, has announced his-candidacy for " the Republican nomination for tax collector collector iu the borough. He is widely known not only as an Inspector in the factory department of the Bethlehem Bethlehem steel plant, but also because of his prominence and activity in the Republican activities of : the district He has received tho assurance of many friends of vlfforous support fo$ the nomination. DR. BENFER ELECTED TO CHAIR OF CHEMISTRY AT LEB, VAL COLLEGE Annville, Aug. 8, Miss Emma Buck returned after spending several days at Mt. Airy and Philadelphia. Mrs. Cawley Stine is spending several several weeks here, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. W. Witmeyer, Witmeyer, before leaving for Dayton, O., where she will make her future home. - Mrs. Huber Heintzelman, of Cham- bersb,urg, .is visiting her parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Elmer Heury, of East Main street. . i Prof. an4 Mys. T. Bayard Beatty and family, and prof, and Mrs. Samuel Samuel Grimm motored to < frie^ds. Dr'. awd M?f, J. was recently elected to the chair of chemistry at Lebanon Valley College, to succeed Prof. M. M. Haring, who is taking up post-graduate wor^ at Columbia University, New York City, Dr. Bender is well known here, since he is a member of the Alumnt Association of the college, having graduated with the class of 1906. Geor&e H. Stein and family, of Philadelphia, are the guests of Mr. Stihe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stine, and family, of West Main street, for some time. \ Mrs. P. O, Keister'and family,, of Bcottdale, are tbeg uests of Mr. and Mrs. "A. K. Mills. •MV. and- Mrs. Samuel T. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs, J. H.. Wallace, Miss Emma Bomberger and Amos Gibble were among the Annville residents who attended the military funeral of the late Walter Gingrich, a veteran of the World War, at Campbeiltown. Charles Sollenberger, who has been making h.is home with his grandparents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacpb Sergeant, of West Main street, died on Friday afternoon of lockjaw, caused by a splinter which infected his hand. He waa ill for several days prior to hia death. •Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Heimbach, of Reading, where here recentdy, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barle Berry. Mr. and Mrs. William Be/ry and Mr. and-Mrs. Lawrence Herr left on Friday for Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. John Gish, of Manhattan, Manhattan, Kan,, .were the recent guests of. relatives and frleads here. Miss Anna S. Krelder, a prominent prominent club woman of this county, and a resident of this place, was recently recently <Jrairo with four other women of 4h}s county to sit on the, petit jury of the criwJnal court -held in jstst KreW* r . besides I Alma i woman county The forecast bureau showers Gretna Camp not matter vania rain braved chance. were en to go. And while did soiling but

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  1. Lebanon Semi-Weekly News,
  2. 08 Aug 1921, Mon,
  3. Page 10

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