22 Sept 1932. Dr. John Edward "Ed" Marshall Died Suddenly (1) [Lebanon Daily News]

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AND LEBANON DAILY TIMES Copy, Two Cents: Per Tear, $5. Every Evening; Except Sunday. LEBANON, PA., FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1932. ' , ' «»«««- " •£<•"«> "•« «.,.„ at ,„. ,,„„ „,„,.. »t Lebanon. Pa., under the Act of March S. 1S7». Norristown Tragedy WOUNDS YOUNG WOMAN AND HERSELF Sales Girl, Killed at Parents, Where She Perpetrator of Deed Death. instantly. Miss Shinn died about hours later. wife, daughter of Elijah Lewis, whose father, Charles founded the first bank at yard, police said, she shot her and then fired the last bullet pistol into her own brain. She Pa., had •no known motives for the killings and suicide. of her family denied reports she had been jealous of Miss but said she had been brooding over the death of her mother months ago. couple married in 1919. They in Norristown with Mrs. Etter's (Continued on Pagre Seventeen) Peddlers of Dealing Liquor LAWN P. I HELD SEASON'S FIRST MEEHNGTHURS. Program Filled With Very Interesting Numbers GREATLY ENJOYED Demonstration by Home Economics Dept. Was Revelation A widely varied program filled _ , v -'i l h interest and inspiration was Other Cases Disposed of f iven f! 1 ,^ 6 flrst meeting of the •*• I i!) WP— f . C\\ an rrtrt IT 15 o T-fi n i 'Pnn nl* n*> Art SAMUEL BUCKS EXONERATED OF SERIOUSCHARGE Witnesses Show He Was Not Near Place of Alleged Attack COURT ADJOURNED BEAUTY IS KEYNOTE OF FLOWER SHOW OPENING Lebanon's community flower be soen everywhere in the> samo Lawn-Colebrook Parept Teacher Association which was held in the Lawn school hous-> Thursday night. The opening exercises consisted of community songs led by Miss Doro_. , , . - . thy Rengier. America Th* Be-auti- nvind, Jnf Sday , 6Vem ? S ,', at - 5:3 ° ful and "Together Sopg" were sung. lihlr'Hn ,* Jury, following a After the devotions, Mr. Wayne deliberation of only fifleen minutes, Light, teacher of Colebrook No 7 I exonerated Samuel Bucks, 21-year school, was introduced by Mr Before Close of Court September criminal court came to | show, under the auspices of the Wo! man's Club, opened this afternoon ] in the LIchtenthaeler Auditorium. The buildihg ha» been transformed into a veritable fairyland of ourdoor I gardens, beautiful colored fountains, 'and hundreds of blooms of many (different varieties. It is doubtful whether anything more picturesque and beautiful has ever been seen in this city. A view of this truly remarkable exhibit reveals the painstaking care with which the Woman's Club has staged this affair. Entering the auditorium carries you into an outdor world where beauty and adornment reign supreme. Evergreens and other green foliage form a striking background for the many displays which are to building. Although this is a flower show many other forms of adornment are to be seen -and those interested In beautifying their homes will cot many valuable hints and suggestions from the various displays. Formally set dinner tables, expensive bridge luncheon sets as welt as a bridge table set for loss than .?2, are to be seen. Colors run riot in the many exhibits other than flowers. Floral pictures and small ' flsh pools with live gold fish l|wiu enchantment to the scene. Cooling rock gardens blend with evergreens and ferns. A miniature hot house and sun dial vie with wrought iron decorations, s^ch as tahles, brackets, etc., (Continued on Pago Nineteen n , oute ? 6 I- Mrs ' H " M ' Gruber - Miss Harlor ialso supervises the music in Bethel Th , t . . c n The girl, at the morning session | township and Cleona borough. Both of court, on the witness stand, and the instructors after being intro- di , C6d responded with several re- DR. j. E. MARSHALL DIED SUDDENLY WHILE VISITING HIS WIFE THURSDAY EVENING AT THE READING' HOSPITAL in the face of strong cross examination, rigidly stuck to her story that Bucks, on July 31, this year, accosted her on her way home from Sunday school, about 10:30 o'clock in the morning, : and .enticed h«r into a woods, about a" home, near the mile from her Weimer mansion. , . Her description of the attack made a profound impression as she went of death by five-cent poison districts that most Manhattanites her age. She declared that Bucks, _ The beautiful P. T. A. installation form was used to induct the following into office:— President, Hiram Greiner; vice president, Win. Fausnacht; secretary, Myra Kisser; treasurer, George Heisey. The topic of the -eveninr;, "What Makes a Successful Parent Teacher j Associationil'was very ably discussed by the former president, Mr. Clarence Hosteller. He suggested Dr. John E. Marshall, 41, one of Lebanon's most prominent physicians, who atlalned a conspicuous record in the World War, and a place of official distinction in mili- tary'circles since the war, is dead. He passed away suddenly, Thursday night at 9:20 -o'clock, at the Reading hospital, where he was visiting his wifo, who is a patient at that institution. Mrs. Marshall is suffering from an affection of the ear which Dr. Marshall believed threatened mas- told conditions, and with the purpose of placing her under the observation of a Reading surgeon whs; has specialized in that disease, Dr. Marshall placed her in the instltu- tion several days ago. The malady reached such serious proportions that. Dr. Marshall made three trips to Reading on Thursday to inform himself at first hand of hs- condition, and together with his local practice and hospital duties, the of- fort apparently overtaxed his strength. He was in her room at hospital when -he was seized with what appeared to be an attack °f acute indigestion. He received, modi- cal treatment at onco and for a short time seemed vastly Improved, Then he collapsed: entirely, and his condition became . so serious that Mrs. Marshall was removed, from the (Continued im 1'ugo Twenty-two)

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