Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
1929-1949 Twenty Years Ago Jan. 12, 1S29 A history of the Lebanon Chemical Engine - Company was a fea- ti'ire of the 33rd anniversary banquet served in the Golden Ball ho'.M, Quentin. Joseph Sforza, five year old son of John Sforza, died from injuries received when struck by an automobile near his Locust Street home. Bethel Township taxpayers at an indignation meeting held at Fredericksburg TOice* a strong protest to the expenditure of $7,500 for a road making machine by the road supervisors who defended their action. Samuel P. Beekey was etcted superintendent of the Reformed Sunday School, Myerstown, for the 31st consecutive term. Prof. H. B. Brandt TTM eliesea director of tha Iroquois band, Palmyra. Harry E. (Murphy) Schaeffcr died of complications following & long illness. Ha was 25 years old • and widely known as an athlete, excelling in basketball. Mrs. Barbara Behm, -wlfs ot Rudolph Behm, died In her Palmyra borough horn* at the an ot 82 years. Mrs. Catherine (Pelffer) Althouse, wife of Llewelyn AHnonse succnmoed to complications at her • home in Rehrershurg. Sh» ira« 65 years old. John K. Hoffman, -was cho«n for the fifty-second connoatlr* year to serve as cnr£rintend«nt of the Evangelical Sunday tchool in Klelnfellersville.