Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
Denver Lions Plan For Annual Picnic DENVER, Aug. 15 — The Denver Lions Club met in the Denver Fire Hall on Wednesday evening with 35 members present. Milton Steffy Jr. presided. President Staffy announced that George H. High of the New Holland club was named deputy governor and George Fuller of the Ephrata club zone chairman. Plans were completed for the annual picnic to be held August 20 in Denver Memorial Park. A lunch will be served by the Denver Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary. The club furnished transportation to Maple Grove swimming pool for children attending the Denver playground with their supervisors. The park committee of the Denver Memorial Park has se- ected August 23 as Denver Day. The Denver union of churches will have joint Sunday School and church services in the park during'the forenoon. The Allentown Band will play during the afternoon and evening. Meals will be served by the women committees of the park. The day had been an annual occasion and will serve as homecoming day for former residents. Rev. Walter E. Waybright chairman of the Denver Union churches announced that Dr. Clarence A. Ncal, pastor of Trin ty Lutheran church, Chambers- )urg will preach at the forenoon service. In case of rain, this service will be held .in St. fohn's Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gensemer returned from a two weeks vacation in Hawaii and Las Vegas, Nevada. The trip was made by plane and included many interesting places in the Hawaiian islands. They sew many acres of growing pineapples and sugarcane. They report the climate of Ihe islands as excellent and the people pleasant and sociable. They spend several days at the El Rancho Hotel, in Las Vegas. Rev. and Mrs. Amos Heisey attended Sunday afternoon services at the Berks County Home. The service was conducted by Rev. Charles W. Pfautz of the Reading Mission, a close friend of the Heiseys for many years The Heiseys and Rev. Pfautz made a tour of the building be fore the service. The sermon was preached bi Rev. Pfautz. A colored chorus from Reading sang numerous selections. A duet was sung bj Mrs.. Rev. Pfautz and Mrs Katie Labe. Miss Mignetta Burkholder assistant cashier of the Denver National Bank left for Fred erick.Maryiand where she wil spend a two weeks vacation vis iting her cousin, Mrs. Clara Mell inger Sausser. < Dr. and Mrs. Haskell E. Rob erts are entertaining the for mer's mother Mrs. P. W. Roberts of Okemah, Oklahoma at their home on Main St. The Denver Midget basebal team attended the Philly-Pitts burgh game at Philadelphia on Tuesday evening. The Denver Lions club at tended the Philly-Pittsburgh game at Philadelphia, Wednes day evening. The club had tick ets for a game which was rainec out earlier in the season. Mrs. Stanley Wagner of Main St. and her sister Mrs. R. Irene Fridinger of Ephrata returned from a weeks vacation at Bar Harbor, Maine. During their stay they toured the White Mountains and other scenic points in Northern New Hampshire. Rev. and Mrs. Walter E. Waybright entertained the latter's sister Mrs. Dr. George I. Melhorn and her husband of Johnstown at their home on Spruce St. over the weekend. The outing of the Mohlers Church of the Brethren was held in Denver Memorial park on Tuesday evening with more than 100 attending.