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1927ProfBenderSpeaker - a GUEST OF THE LIONS CLUB Singing Soldier, of...
a GUEST OF THE LIONS CLUB Singing Soldier, of Los Angeles, Rendered Number of Songs , PROF/ATlENt>ER Of Lebanon Valley College, College, Delivered an Interesting Interesting Address Prof. Andrew Bender,. In charge of the chemistry department at Lebanon Valley College, Annvllle, td- day at the noon meeting of the Lions Club, at tho Crystal Restaurant, gave one of'the most interesting and out- of-tho-ordlnary talks ever heard by the members o( the local civic orgaflr izatlon. Prof. Bender's address was different different than the usual run of addresses addresses given by noted speakers before before the Lions Cltib. It was one that hold tho Interest of tho listeners and seemed to be of much value, as each and every member and guest ttb» sorbed every word of the choice English English language used by the Lebanon Valley Instructor. An a special featurei of the meeting, meeting, William "Billy" Armour, of-Los Angeles, California, tho "singing soldier," was a guest. HO sang several several Bongs accompanied tit the piano by Lion Melvln Wltmoler. • VBllly 1 ; Armour, having met with more than five hundred civic clubrt during his travels, complimented the local club on the excellent singing during the"moetlngi ' J. H. Brine, of Harrisbur'i?; for-* merly of 'this city, And, a? charter member of the local Lions Club, was congratulated by ' the • entire club upon Ms recent prpmotlon from the Harrisburg office ,to Washington, D. 0.) att an official of Uvo Prudential Insurance company, "-«**• ), ,;,- ' A formal acknowledgement will be sent to SparksV Olrc«8^' byV.tlj* Lions Club, for/the courtesies shown the 86 orphan children sof Jonestown Jonestown and members of the ,dvic club, at the matinee performance, .in this city, Tuesday,,' JA&y<tlQt. '''.,,- MEETNI ATGR1 Erie. Pa., Sqhmldt, of general for Malta at tho of" tho order Schmidt of eight H. Heller, tion will take ing, together cerg who Greensburg convention. formal commander order was DEATHS - MRS, Rev, R> V, St. Luke's and -Chestnut services this o'clock for i at, Btraot. anon r Frttht*; in which t the it Into Light, weaver, and R. : • -;" v7 «s , Grant throughout'the to residents Mttyp, Was i d d isobar glng- dont;

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 11 May 1927, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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