Denver DVBS Ends Summer Sessions DENVER, July 5 — The final session of the Vacation Bible school was held, on Friday afternoon afternoon with a program rendered by the children. The average al- 0 3 1 0 1 n r endance was 164. Rev. Ronald Krick, pastor of he Denver United Church of Christ was the dean of the .school assisted by ministers of other congregations of town. The school was under the auspices of the Denver Federation of Churches. The Denver Fire company was called into action at 10 a.m. Wednesday when neighbors re- x>rted smoke, and flames coming :rom the factory occupied by the Mi-Jan Fabricks. The factory is located at the rear of 22 Main St. and was occupied some years ago by the Heiser Cigar Box Company. The fire looked so threatening that the Stevens Company was called, but it r was extinghished by the time the Stevens men arrived. arrived. The fire was believed caused by defective electric wiring. Very little damage was done to the cloth in the building, but some machines were damaged. Factory Vacations The factory workers of Denver are on vacation this week. Most of the factories are shut down completely while several are operating operating on reduced schedules. The Denver Playground will open for the summer on Monday Monday for a six-weeks period. Robert Robert W. Hill will be the supervisor. All school children will be permitted permitted to take; part in the recreational recreational activities under supervi- sion. fo in Personals Mr. and Mrs. Willis Heisey and lildren Peter and Karen accom- anied by Mrs. Otto Olsen of phrata visited Mrs. Catherine eltenstein at Philadelphia on Wednesday. Mrs. Kaltenstein is IB daughter of Mrs. Olseii and he sister of Mrs. Heisey. Mr. and Mrs. 'Leroy Weinhold nd son John • and Mr; arid Mrs. lufus B. Eberly spend Wednes- ay on a sight-seeing trip to New 7 ork City. They visited many in- eresting places and say the tour f the United Nations building vas.most interesting. Rev. Elmer Hess, former pas- or of the Emanuel Mennoriite ]luirch on Denver R.D and now n charge of a church near Bed- ord is visiting his daughter Mrs. lenry Hunsicker and family, on ifth Ave., Denver. Mrs. Joseph Windish; wife of he proprietor of the Merchants Hotel in town left for New York vliere she will take • passage on he S.S. Augustus for a visit to icr former home in Austria. She has been away .-• from the country vhich was her homeland since 1931. She has a sister and two brothers living in Austria whom she expects to visit. She expects to arrive in Portugal Portugal next Wednesday and will visit ibraltar and Spain. She expects expects to return to her home here about September 6. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Bru- aaker of N. Sixth St. are on a :hree-weeks' trip to Canada and had expected to visit Alaska. They are in a company of 50 people on a tour planned by the Sunday School Times. Ralph S. Kurtz has erected a building which is to be used as a youth hoslei. This building is to provide shelter for hikers on the Horseshoe Trail. The first occupants occupants used the building on Tuesday Tuesday night. Mrs. Mary Enck, house moth er, reports that the young people traveling on the trail are a very high type.