Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania on March 29, 1955 · Page 13
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Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania · Page 13

Lebanon, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 29, 1955
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Planning, N. Lebanon Twp. Forms Zoning Group Appoint Representative To Proposed Regional Planning Commission _A North Lebanon Township Planning and Zoning Commission was set up by the board of supervisors last night. The supervisors, meeting in the Ebenezer Fire Hall, named Charles E. Hoover, of Avon, chairman of the commission. They also appointed Lloyd B. Horst, of 20th and Hill Streets, as the township's representative on the proposed Regional Planning Commission. The latter commission would be a joint body of Lebanon City and County and the four townships adjoining the city. Horst, a building contractor, was also named secretary of the township commission and was appointed to a five-year term. Hoover was appointed to a four-year term. Others named to the township commission were: Harvey S. Funk, Sunset, one year; Robert L. Noll, Sand Hill, two years; and E. W. Smith, Heilmandale, three years. Will Make Study The commission will study the township with a view to making an ordinance recommendation to the supervisors. The commission will be concerned with zoning and other problems in the physical development of the township. • North Lebanon 'Township would be assessed about §1,600 over a three-year period for its part in the Regional Planning Commission. The supervisors look note, however, of the temporary commission's policy to the effect that any municipality may drop out of the program after the first year if it is not safisfied with the results. The township's fee for the first year of participation would run close to $700. Thus far the city and county and three townships, South Lebanon, North Cornwall and North Lebanon, have endorsed the Regional Planning Commission. The four tli township, West Lebanon, has yet to take action. The regional commission will be set up on a permanent basis after all the municipalities have taken official action. It was announced last night that a public meeting will be held in the township to air the aims and general program of the commission. The meeting will be called within the next several weeks, it was said. Honors 3 For Attendance The Annville - Cleona Kiwanis Club last night awarded perfed attendance pins at its weekly meeting in the Annville American Legion Home. The pins were for one year ol perfect attendance, the club being only a little more than a year old. Russell L. Beard presented pins to-Dominic Mariani, Richard Frey and Charles Wolfe. Vice President -Harry Fisher presided at the session and the invocation was given by Leo Neidert. Group singing was led by Robert Kindt, accompanied at the piano by Rev. Henry George. The club was entertained by Curtis Wood and Gerald Shenk both of Annville, who formed a trombone 8uet. The program was conducted by William Viozzi who introduced the speaker, Clarence Bixler. Bixler, inspector of forest fire prevention of this area, talkec and showed a film on forest fire prevention. r 1. W. STEWART Agency" Insurance For All Your Needs Penna. Phona Myerstown Exchange 365W I I For A RichUnd Salary Schedule : or Derry Township [eachers Explained Daily NEWS Photo. BIG BABY indeed was the Holstein heifer horn to a 14-year-old cow on (he farm of Isaac Warupler, near Fontana, yesterday morning-. The caif, which weighed Hit pounds moments after it was horn, is shown with its mother, and with its owner Wampler and his daughter Brenda, 5. The attending veterinarian said it was the largest calf he had ever delivered, and hoth mother and daughter are doing well today. lona Schoolmen Attend Institute IONA, March 29 — Members of the School Board of the South Lebanon School District attended the second of two institutes sponsored by the Educational Service Bureau of Temple University and the Philadelphia Area School Study Council last week. The subject discussed was "How Much Does Education Cost?" Members of the panel included A. L. Gehman, educational specialist, Peensylvania Economy League; Emerson Kaufmann, a member of the school board of Montgomery County; Ward Miller, superintendent of schools, Wilmington, Delaware, and Paul R. Mort, professor of education, teachers college, Columbia University. The moderator was Leon Ovsiew, asso ciate professor of education, Temple University. All members of the board and Supervising Principle Ray Kurtz attended. Brotherhood Guests The Men's Brotherhood of the lona Evangelical United Brethren Church were guests of the Cleona E. U. B. men on Monday evening. The meeting featured a lecture by Rev. Roy Schmid, pastor of the St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church concerning his trips to Germany and the work he did for the Church World Service Organization, His lecture was illustrated with color slides taken in Germany and the program was enjoyed and appreciated by those present. A period of discussion followed his lecture and refreshments were served by the Cleona men. Those attending from the lona church were President Ray Miller; Howard Staeger, Clarence Mark, Harold Kline, Joel Dundore, Norman Dundore, Walter Herr, Samuel Herr, Jacob Light, Isaiah Herr, and Rev. Robert J. Miller. Youth Fellowship The Youth Fellowship of the lona E. U. B. Church met in the youth department of the church on Monday evening. The quarterly missionary offering, the self denial offering, was received. This offering will be used to aid in building new youth camps and providing facilities for such camps Roy Miller, Jonestown Sailor, Trains In Md, STOP AT THE Awards SIGN For Fit • Style • Quality in Children's Shoes Ro/ K. Miller, 17, son of Mr. anr Mrs. Roy W. Miller of Jonestown, recently enlisted in the U. S. Navy and is now undergoing a period of training and indoctrination at the U. S. Naval Training Center, Bainbridge, Maryland. As he is only 17 years of age, Miller is in the Navy on a minority enlistment and will be discharged the day before he is 21 years old. He attended school at both Annville and Jonestown High School. His hobbies are racing stock cars. His most recent employment was with Warren Emcrich, Ono well driller. Rexmont Explorer Scout Honored CORNWALL, March 29 — Mali- Ion W. Lincwcaver son of Mr LEBANON, PA., TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1955 13 BOY STRUCK BY TOY Michael Moll, seven, son of Charles Moll, 913 Church St., was examined in Good Samaritan Hos- hospital rc- pital yesterday for scalp received, the ported, when struck by a toy. He was referred to a physician for treament. You'll be delighted with our complete selection of £dujards Shoes designed to fit and flatter growing feet. TVc Carry Edwards Orthopedics Compare Our Prices ARNOLD'S BOOT SHOP BLACK PATENT SIZES 5 to 9 — 5.1).> 9',i to 13 — 0.50 MARK R. ARNOLD, PROP. 34 Xorlh 8th Si. Phone 2-5121 in Germany, France, and Switzerland. The goal for the total giving by Youth Fellowships is $20,000. Rehearsal for the Iwn Easter plays to be given on Easter Sunday were held after the short worship service. The W'.S.W.S. will meet this evening and will hold election ol officers for the coming year. The service will be led by Mrs. Robert Miller and will be a continuation of a study of India, Pakistan and Ceylon. and Mrs. Mahlon n. Lineaweaver of Rexmont was honored on Sun day evening ia Centenary Metho disl Church by being presentee with a Life Scout award. James Hewitt, post advisor, pre sentod the award to Mahlon who i a member ol Explorer Scouts Pos 50. Mrs. Lineaweaver was also hon ored at the same session by bcinf presented with the "Mother of Th Month" award. Mahlon is a student at Cornwal High School and is active in schoo activities as well as in Scouting Booster Meeting Twenty-nine members of the Rexmont Evangelical Congrega tional Church travelled to Ann ville Zion E. C. Church last eve ning to attend the Lebanon Vallcj Group School of Methods boostc meeting. The services preceding the so cial hour featured Prof. Gilbcr McKlvccn, a teacher at Lebanon Valley College. The Annville group served refreshments to the more than 175 people present. The Rexmont group received the banner for the largest percentage present. Com! Friday Services Rev. Thomas Young, pastor of the Cornwall Methodist Church announced that five ministers have consented to speak so far in the three hour Good Friday services to be held in the Cornwall Church. The ministers arc Rev. Harry Truax, chaplain of the Methodist Church Home; Rev. Norman Bucher, pastor of the Rexmont and Quentin Evangelical and Reformed Churches; Rev. Jackson Trueitt of Cornwall Baptist Church; Rev. Russell Myers of the Rexmont E.C. Church and Rev. Thomas Young of the Methodist Church. The choir of the Methodist and E and R Churches as well as special numbers from other churches will be used. Spring Concert Donald Witters, music supervisor of the Cornwall Schools an nouncecl that the annual spring concert will be presented by the junior and senior bands of the school this Thursday evening. This is their last appearance before leaving to represent Lebanon County in the Forensic Contest to be held in William Pcnn High School on Saturday. These district HERSIIEY, March 20 — To clear up a misunderstanding con- 'erning increases granted In the alaries of teachers in the Dcrry Township Schools, L. Eugene lacqucs, superintendent, has is- iiied the following statement: "We grant our teachers the mandated stale increment each year up to the time that they reach the statc- nandatcd salary schedule, and it s from this point on that the new Jerry Township salary schedule becomes effective. ''After a teacher lias reached he slate-mandated maximum, the ocal district has provided for hrec increments of $100 each, luring each of the following three •ears, the teachers may earn an idditional $100 by means of pro- essional growth units (graduate ;tudy, professional activities, tra- 'cl, etc.), "Therefore, our schedule will ake a teaeh-er $1)00 beyond the itate schedule. "The other provision in our sal- iry schedule is that a teacher will be given nn additional $100 increment upon the completion of twcn- y years of continuous service in he schools of Dcrry Township." Open House Scheduled For the purpose of acquainting Barents of the younger element in he community of the winter's ac- ivitics in the Community Club, >pen house will be held this Fri- ay night. A program of drills, exercises ind exhibitions will be presented both the men's and women's divisions of the club, the participants anging in age from the third grade through high school. The program will end in a family swimming party in tha pool of the men's club in the Community Building. Births At Hershey Hospital .A son to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Uyinn.il, Annville Route 2, March 21. Mrs. Ryman is the former Miss Louise Hcishman. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Richard lloerncr, 742 Cocoa Avenue, Hershcy, March 22. Mrs Hocrncr was Miss Jeanne Waller A son to Mr. and Mrs. Join Rcitz, Granlville R. D., March 2-1 Mrs. Rcit/, was Miss Leah Shull A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Lew is Cobaugh, 120 Evergreen St. Humm-clstown, March 25. Mrs Cobaugh was formerly Miss Grac Platt. A son (o Mr. and Mrs. Roy Or villc Warlow, Colcbrook, Marcl 27. Mrs. Warlow was Miss U u 11 Herr. Kenneth Batz, Jonestown, Training At Bainbridge Minstrel Show Given By Strausstown Lions Kenneth Eugene Bat/., 17, sou of Mr. and Mrs. John U. Batz of onestown Route 2, recently enlist- d in the U. S. Navy. Batz applied here for enlistment u the Navy and wns sent to Phila- tclphia on. the 15th of March to ake the oath of enlistment. He is now going through an cle- r cn week period of training and ncloctrinalion at the U. S. Naval Training Center at Bainbridge, Maryland. Before enlisting in the Navy Batz Ulenclcd school at Jonestown and jiekdale. STUAUSSTOWN, March 20 The sixth annual Minstrel Show presented on Friday and Saturday evenings by the local Lions Club was a big success. Because of the large attendance the show will be repeated on Friday and Saturday evenings in the school auditorium. Mark Potteiger is the interlocut- er in the show and the end men are: Roy Riegol, Eddie Moyer, William Anthony and Robert liarn- jcr. Lester Hoffmaster of Reading is directing the show. Installs POA Officers Mrs. Mae Moyer, president of District Two of the Patriotic Order of America lodge installed t5ie following officers of Camp 38 of Strausstown: Mrs. Virginia Broidigan, president; Mrs. Mary Potteiger, assistant president; Mrs. Emma Bolt/., vice president; Mrs. Elsie Eckert, assistant vice president. Mrs. Sallie Schacffer, conductor; Mrs. Cora Sloudt, guard and sentinel; Mrs. Maude Strauss, trcas- : ryslown Gardeners Gel Early Start FRYSTOWN, March 29—A mimic r of local people have started planting their spring gardens. A chimney fire was reported at the home of Joseph May on Friday night shortly before seven o'clock. The Community Fire Company en gine stood by in case of emergency but its services were not required. New <1-II Clubs arc being organized with Mrs. Gertrude Moore and Mrs. Arlcnc Rcbman in charge. The Allen Snyder family movcc into their recently purchased home north of town on Saturday. Mr. ant Mrs. William Denglcr and son wil move into the house vacated by the Snyders. The Mali Ion Risser family va Palmyra Troop 48 Studies Morse Code The weekly meeting of Troop 48 sponsored by the Second E. U. B Church of Palmyra, was held last night at Gravel Hill School. The Iroquis Patrol was it; charge of the opening which included a salute to the flag, and of the game for the meeting. The three patrols of Hie troop studied Morse code and sent messages to nnc another. Russell Flick was inducted into troop membership and the king patrol banner went to the Rattlesnake Patrol. The closing ceremony included the Scout Oath by Gary Kling. winners here will then compete foj; state honors later. Witters stated that a 50-piecc junior band, 50-piecc senior band dance band, the octette as wol as special majorette drills will be given Thursday evening at the con cert. A special feature will be the 'It! graders song flute group who wil participate in special num hers with the senior band. tmbap APRIL 3 1955 HAVE YOU PREPARED YOUR ENSEMBLE? LET US HANDLE YOUR DRY CLEANING PROBLEMS EXPERTLY DIAL 7-3511 801 K. Main St., Annville, Pa. DALE CARNEGIE Aulhor ol "Ho* to Win Fricnrfs and Influence People" — "How to Slop Worrying and Start Liyintj." THERE IS STILL TIME TO ENROLL IN GLASS NO. 4 Dale Carnegie Course PREPARE FOR LEADERSHIP OVERCOME FEAR Develop Polio, Self-Confidcnco Speak Effectively Learn Human Relation* Altcnrf The FREE FIRST SESSION LEBANON Y.M.C.A. Tues., March 29 — 7 P.M. for litcroture, write cr phone Dole Carnegie Course, 2327 Foirvicw St., Allentown, Pa. Phone HE 4-3600. catefi the Elmer Risser farm, cas of town, Jinrt moved on a farn along the Marietta Pike, close I Silver Springs. The following women represent etl the Ladies Aid Society of Ih Litlle Swatara Church, on Fridaj for volunteer work at the Veteran* Hospital: Mrs. Snllic Merkey, Mrs. BeulaJ Risscr, Mrs. Fannie Klahr, Oi Bethel; Mrs. Emma Rashore, Mrs Mary Grouse, Mrs. Ida Swopc anc Mrs. Mary Henninger of town. New Members Received By } alm Lutheran PALMYRA, March 20. — Rev. Charles A. Chamhorlin, pastor of lm United Lutheran Church, an- lounces the following new mem- Jcrs received into church fellow- hip Sunday morning: By letter of transfer From other jluirchcs—Mr. and Mrs. Snmue loffman, 30 East Main Street, from St. Paul's Lutheran, Morgantown \V. Va.; Roy H. Yicngsl, 103 real East Maple Street, from Zion Lu theran, Ml. Zion; Mr. and Mrs Harry Rank, 6M South llailronc Street, from Zion Lutheran, Jones town; Mrs. George Evans, 731-A East Main Street, from Christ Lu theran, Elizabclhtown, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kohr, 519 North Railroad Street, from Seventh Street Lutheran, Lebanon. By Renewal — Mrs. Roy H. Yicngsl, 103 rear East Maple Street; by adult baptism, Daniel D. Walters, '.\1 Windsor Street; Mrs. Fred Lehman, Route 1; by confirmation, Fred Lehman, Route 1. Births Announced The following births were an nounccd at Hershcy Hospital: A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kuntz, 406 South Lincoln Street, March 23. Mrs. Kuntz was formerly M(ss Henrietta Brandt. A son to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris, Palmyra Route 1, March 27. Mrs. Morris was Miss Ethel Baker. urer; Mrs. Cora Manbeck, recording secretary; Mrs. Mary Harnish, financial secretary; Mrs. Sallie Hiester, trustee; Mrs. Mary Harnish, pianist and Mrs. Sallie Hiester, chaplain. Mrs. Moycr, the district pres- dent is from Wernersville. Other •isitors from the Wernersville "amp were Mrs. Sarah Stoudt, Mrs. Mamie Gcrhart, Mrs. Flornce Shrawder, Mrs. Pruella Grimes, Mrs. Sadie Sholly, Mrs. flla Snyder and Mrs. Gertrude \lopp. Lutheran Services Lutheran services in Zion'i hurch were conducted by Rev. Vlfrcd Erb, The theme of his ser- non was "When the Minus Becomes Plus." The bulletins for liese services were sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hower. The Sunday School lesson discussed by the classes was 'Thf hristian and the Social Order", The local school was closed on Thursday afternoon while the eachers attended a conference. On Friday morning a magician from Young and Company presented an act for the school assembly. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Spatz, Mrs. Sallio Hiester, Mrs. Esther Miller and Kenneth Spat?, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spatz of Fleetwood, Route 1. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Graeff and children of Shillington, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koch of Sinking Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Fisher and Mrs. Cora Boyer of Reading visited Mrs. Sallie Schacffer. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller and daughters Elaine, Virginia and .feancltc of West Lawn and Charles Miller of Reading visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller and family. Byrd Stoudt left for Midland, Texas where he will train with the Texas league baseball club. NameMaj. Ligon Adjutant, Penna. Military District 1NDIANTOWN GAP, Today — Major Ottis 'Lee Ligon, who joined the Silaff of Headquarters Pennsylvania Military District as acting adjutant early this month, has bcon named as adjutant. Major Ligon, whose home is Houston, Texas, is presently living with his wife and two children at Lebanon Route 1. The new adjutant came here from Fort George -G. Meade, Maryland, where fie was executive officer of the 2021st SU", He replaces Captain Perry O. Bullis who was transferred to Fort Ridhle, Maryland. See how little It costs to visit by Long Distance! ^^ Harrisburg to Washington, D.C Ailenfown to Pittsburgh 7O Pittsburgh to St. Louis 1.O5 Warren to Minneapolis 1.2O Philadelphia to San Francisco. . .. 2.OO Eicludinfi federal ta*. which li now only 10%. rheti arg thg r«ln lor a 3-minul« call, slation-toMtalion, aflflr 6 eviry evening and t\\ day Sunday. Lfwk in your telephone directory for tdo ralai (rom your telephone- to fcey clliti throughout Ihe country. Telephone visits are the perfect way to keep in touch with out-of-town friends and relatives. You feel almost as though you were beside them. Only the telephone can carry the cheer of voices, the warmth of personalities over the miles. Isn't there someone who'd like to hear from you . . , today? THE BELL TELtPHONE COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA

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