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4-6-57 - ' to of r Denver Woman's Club To Honor Senior...
' to of r Denver Woman's Club To Honor Senior Citizens DENVER, April 6 — The Denver Denver Woman's Club met in the Denver Fire Hall with ' a good attendance. The president, Mrs. Paul Stafford, was in charge. Mrs. Milton G. Steffy had charge of the devotions. Miss Margaret Gehman was the accompanist accompanist for the singing. Mrs. Paul Stafford, Mrs. J. Richard Steffy, Mrs. Roger Witman Witman and Mrs. Joseph Brand gave their reports as delegates to the county convention held March 26 at Elizabethtown. Plans were made for the au- nual senior citizens party which the club holds for the entertainment entertainment of the people,of Denver and vicinity who have reached the'age of 70 years. Mrs. C. Nevin Stamm is the chairman 'of the committee assisted by Mrs. Stanley Stanley Wagner, Mrs. Walter Bender, Mrs. Paul Lesher, Mrs. I^mon Weinhold and Mrs. Joseph Brand Jr. • I yania State Hospital at Harrisburg, eral Hospital at Lancaster; Lions Club The Denver Lions Club met at munity hospital; The: hospital is asking for $40,000 to coyer the annual operating deficit'ahd $20,000 $20,000 for needed improvements.- The revival and evangelistic services at the Mohler Church of the Brethren came to a close on Sunday- evening. Twenty decisions decisions were made for Christ. Rev ; Robert -Young of - Bachmanville was the evangelist; The Young Ladies' Bible Class of the Trinity Evangelical United Brethren -Church is conducting a fund-raising campaign for the reduction reduction of the debt of the church. The Denver Boy Scout troop is conducting a paper campaign in town. The residents^ are requested requested to place their papers on the curb, and tracks will be provided to collect the paper on Saturday morning. ' Amos Heisey, cashier of . the . The speaker was Mrs. Arthur Burks of Paradise who spoke on "A Vacation From Paradise." She told many ways in which life can be more meaningful and more interesting. The next meeting will be held on April 24 at which Mrs. Mervin Haller of Mt. Penn will be the s speaker. The annual dinner meeting meeting of the club will be held at the General Sutter hotel at Lititz on May 15. Rev. C.' Nevin Stamm, pastor of the Muddy Creek Church, and family attended the funeral of Rev. Stamm's father at Lewisburg Lewisburg on Monday. Recovers from Fall Mahlon D. Winter, one of the oldest residents of" this vicinity, who was unfortunate in falling down a flight of stairs at his home is able to be about on crutches. He was_ badly shaken up but felt hap- py in escaping without any brok- D n bones. ' ingstone, Dr. J. Harold Mentzer, a for- mer physician of Denver and pres- ently connected with the Pennsyl- ~ —--«••-»* ^.AU^^I^I.UA o b .L.I.at i. ioui-ii i; . is a surgical patient at the Gen- -..i- ^cuvci jjiuus \jiuu met at the Denver fire hall on v Tuesday evening'with 24'rnembers^"'*"'""^*" . yiiui e rriiii AI jiicjuucts pieseni. At the close of the meeting the jt club decided to make the annual drive for funds for the improve- ment fund of .the Ephrata' Com- munity hosoitaL Thf> hhcnifai ic

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 06 Apr 1957, Sat,
  3. Page 16

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