Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
News Of Denver . DENVER, Sept. 2 — Mr. an< Mrs. Joseph Win dish, proprie tors of the Merchant House in Denver have returned to thei home on .Main Street. Thi Windishs' spent 40 days in Eu rope, most of the time nea Vienna, Austria where both o them have close relatives. They >are natives of Austria but hav resided in the Denver vicinitj for many years. They arrived at Idlewild air port, and were -met there b their son Joseph and family Their friends at Denver hai prepared a 'big,sign "Welcom Home Rose and Joe." A small party of friends and neighbors gathered at the Windish Windish home and gave them a hearty welcome. Light refreshments refreshments were served which had been prepared 'by the children. They report that their friends and relatives were very glad to see them. They had not been to the homeland for more than 30 years, Denver Day which is an important important home-coming day for this town was somewhat dampened dampened by the wet weather. Many Denver people were at the park and enjoyed 'the fine meal which had been prepared by the ladies of the town. The Denver Lions Club picnic picnic was held in Denver Memorial Memorial Park on Wednesday -afternoon -afternoon and evening. Over 100 members arid friends of the club were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Getz o town who are returned mis •sionaries to Japan under the i United Church, of Christ were entertained by the Ladies Guile of Swamp Church of Christ Mrs. Alvin Golsinger and Mrs Paul Gelsinger were in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Rev. C. Nevin Slamm offered the prayer and Mrs Mary Leisy -read the Scriptures and a song service was in charge of Mrs. Slamm. Getz gave a- talk on the cus toms of Japan and explainec the uses and importance of thi many articles which the; brought when they returned I this country. He stated that h£ feels the Japanese people neec the love and affection of 'th American people more tha they need the money and othe ihelp we are giving them sine the war. Mr. -and Mrs. Richard Heise are enjoying a ten day vaca tion. They made a trip to Mi waukee where they attended th Milwaukee state fair. The made a trip to the Sky Lin Drive and the Shenandoah Va ley of Virginia. The balance o the week will be spent in Wash ington and Mt. Vernon, Heise was formerly an employe i the civil service of the govern ment and had been stationed i Washington. Rev. Ellas Bressler, pastor of the Open Bible ' Testimony Church, accompanied by Eugene Eugene F. Brubaker, one of his members, served on an ordination ordination service in the First Baptist Baptist Church at Lebanon. Lee Belleman and Charles Lenker \ver« examined as to their qualifications qualifications to enter the Christian Christian ministry. Dr. and Mrs. M. Russell We-hr visited the former's jnother, Mrs. Edith E. Wehr at her home here. Dr. Wchr resides in Philadelphia and is in charge of the (physics department department In Drexel Institute. Postmaster William .and Mrs. Grouse of town accompanied by Mr. Crouse's uncle and wife Mr. and, Mrs. John L. Grouse and aunt Mrs. Kate Bucher sp«nt their vacation touring the Smoky Mountijai ia Virgini* and Tennesse*.