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PAGE SEC LEBANON 8EHI-WEEKLY NEWS, LEBANON, •m,frvK*itM. 'and m number of their frlendi will Join In th« trip which will t» niad» Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted We have twenty different styles in glasses. Mail ua your broken glasses—returned same day. 20 Years Established We are Reliable DR. H. THOMAS, Eyesight Specialist 508 CUMBERLAND ST. Opposite Court House ALBRIGHT COMMENCEMENT WILL OPENJRIDAY EVENING Myerstown. Pa., June 2. | Smaltz, which was held on Monday Commencement week at Albright j afternoon. An abundance of prettj College will open on Friday evening; floral tributes from the family, rela •with a musical recital. The bacca-.tives and friends, surrounded thr laureate service will b e held at. 10.15 | bier. The funeral services wen Sunday morning. The sermon will; conducted in the Tulpehocken Re"be delivered by Rev. J. Leonard i formed church. Rev. Morgan A Hynson, D D., pastor of the Fourth j Peters and" Rev. Dr. J. Lewis Fluck Street Presbyterian Church. Leba-' officiating. Interment was made ir Bon. The congregations of the t the adjoining cemetery. Funeral Di various local churches are cordially: rector Isaac N. Bahney had charge Invited to join in this service. The ' he bearers were William Eleichert Reformed congregation has already ; David Klopp, George D. Coover, John accepted the invitation. i Karsnitz, George S. Bleistein Sr., and The calendar for the week's events : Monroe C. Haak. Is as follows: Friday, June 5th, j The Keystone basket ball players 8.00 P. M.. Musical Recital; Satur-^are asked to turr. in the suits to day, June 6th. 8.00 P. M., Cantata.! William I. Kutz, Secretary of the "On Shore and Sea." by the Glee, Keystone Fire Company, as soon as Clubs; Sunday, June 7. lb.15 A. M., i possible. Baccalaureate Sermon in College! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bard, and Mr. chapel; 7.30 P. M., Sermon under|and Mrs. Harry Shenk left on Monthe auspices of the Christian Asso- \ day for Winonah Lake. Indiana, to ciations of the College, by Rev. | attend the annual meeting of the George F. Schaum. pastor of the : Church of the Brethren. They will First Evangelical Church, Sunbury. j be gone for two weeks. Elmer Tice Monday, June 8, 1.15 P. M., Senior i will have charge of Mr. Bard's auto- Class Day Exercises; 3.00 P. M., ] mobile painting shop until he re- Base Ball, Reading University Club 1 turns. Mr. Tice will erect a shop at vs. Albright; 7.30 P. M., Annual; his home on Carpenter Avenue and meeting of the Board of Trustees, in j will engage in the automobile paint- the Biological Laboratory, first ses-1 ing. sign lettering and antique paint- Blon; 8:00 P. M.. Impromptu Speech > ing business. William Oxenreider will Contest for W. H. Harris Prize. j ercet the building. Tuesday, June S. S.30 A. M., j Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Babb and meeting of the Board of Trustees, j daughters, Amanda and Carrie, Mr. jecond session; 10.00 A. M., Gradu- i and Mrs. Howard Kramel and son, ation Song Recital; 3.30 P. M., Al- j Ray. of Roeder's Station; Mr. and bright-Varsity base ball game; 6.00 > Mrs. O. O. Strause and daughter, P. M., Open Air Concert by Band, on"! Edna, of Summitt Station; Adam Campus;. 6:45 P. M., Business meet-! Strause. of Pottsville; Mr. and Mrs. Ing of Alumni Association; S.45 P.! Samuel Katterman and son, Andrew, M., Annual Reunion Alumni Association. ind Banquet of Wednesday, June 10. Commence- Reading; Mrs. Charles Katterman and Ray Senders and family, of town, were entertained on Sunday at ment Exercises, address by Rev. I the home of Mrs. Sallie Souders. and Wyatt Brown, D. D. of Church of j also 1 visited Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bt. Michael and All Angels, Balti-1 Katterman. more, Md. The various exercises i Mr. Katterman, one of Myers- will all be held in the College ' town's few surviving Civil War veter- chapel. ! ans, who is more than 80 years old, The work done by the students in j i s confined with infirmities. This has the Art Department will be on ex- j been the first year since the War, hibition in the Studio, from Monday,, that he has been unable to partici- June 8. 9 A. M. to Wednesday, Junej pate in a Memorial Day parade. 10 at 12, noon. j However, the parade passed his home The annual Feast of Roses will be j and Mr. Katterman, propped up in observed at Trinity, Tulpehocken Re- i bed, was able to see it, and also to formed church on Sunday, June 7th at '2.30 P. M. The Red Rose Rental, enjoy the martial music. Hobson Zerbe and David Hoffman. Which has been observed for a num- | both of whom completed their terms ber of years, finds it's beginning in -- x —' *- •"-- TI1 -'- ri - 1 —' a set agreement with the late Casper Wister, of Philadelphia, who granted to the congregation a deed, which conveyed to them 100 acres of land. The deed was executed by Conrad as teachers in the High School at Charleroi, have arrived home for the vacation period. On Thursday evening at 7.45, the Mile Society of Trinity, Tulpehocken Reformed church will hold it's Weiser, a Justice of the Peace, in i stated monthly meeting in the Stin- 1758. Quite a number of the Wistar day School room. The officers and heirs frequent these special recog- present members cordially invite all nition sen-ices. A White Rose is Church members and friends to be likewise tendered annually in grate- present. There will be presented a lul appreciation to the descendants ! program of varied musical numbers, of Caspar Wistar. for their generous aid towards the securing of a pipe torgan. The following program has been fied of the death of „ arranged: Organ Prelude, "Hosanna Weaver, Harirsburg, whose funeral In Excelsis"; Processional, Hymn was held on Saturday. Mrs. Weaver was a former Myerstowa girl and prior to her marriage was Miss Eva in charge of Miss Edna Snyder, the pianist of the Society. Relatives at this place were noti- of the death of Mrs. Ross in a special car. The Scouts are all to bring In their reports on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blank and son, Edward, of Johnstown, visited friends at Albright College and were also entertained at tbehome of Mrs. Alice Hunslcker and daughter, Mabel. Mr. and Mrs. George Holtzman, land Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolfe en- I joyed a two-day automobile trip to i Altoona and other places in that section of the State. I Raymond Bender and family and John Garloffff and family motored to Coopersburg and Allentown, where they visited friends. Bebo Daniels' second starring picture, "Miss Bluebeard," will be the attraction at the Majestic Theatre on Wednesday evening. The story is a love farce of a gay French actress, who gets married and then discovers that she not not one husband but two, and is an adaptation of Avery Hopwood's big Broadway success. Thereare plenty of complications and laughs. The cast includes Raymond Griffith, Robert Frazer, Kenneth MacKenna and other stars. Coming soon, "The Swan" and "Sackcloth and Scarlet." Theatre will be open Wednesday and Saturday evenings only during June, July and August. mtani) iwrotn •TTPUUTTOHAL SundaySchool f Lesson T (By R«V. p. B. FITZ WATER. D.D.. De»n of th« Evenlnt School. Moody Bible In- •tltute of Chicago.) (©. l»!l. Western Newapcptr Union.) Lesson for June 7 PETER'S BROADENING VISION Kleinfeltersville Evang. Picnic Saturday, July 18 Officials of Trinity Evangelical Sunday school, Kleinfeltersville, have designated Saturday, July 18, as the , time for the annual picnic in Harry tiles because of his character and po- LESSON TEXT—Act* 10:1-11:1$. GOLDEN TEXT—Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons.—Acts 10:34. PRIMARY TOPIC—A Strang* Sleht Which Peter Saw. JUNIOR TOPIC—Why Peter Went to- Caoiarea. INTERMEDIATE AND SKNIOP. TOPIC—Peter's Broadening Vision. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC—The Gospel Intended for All Men. Through the conversion of Cornelius, the "middle wall of pai'tltion" was broken down (Eph. 2:4). I. Cornelius (10:1-2). 1. His Official Position (v. 1). He was a Roman officer over a company' of 100 soldiers. 2. His Character (v. 2). (1) A devout, pious man. (2) He was a praying man. (3) He was charitable. (4) He was respected by his family. The Lord chose Cornelius for the transition of the gospel to the Gen- Erb's grove, near the town. Schaefferstown band has been The engaged to furnish the music and the Peerless quartette, of Newmanstown, will deliver selections during the afternoon and evening. This picnic s always largely attended and a >ig crowd is expected this year again. REV. WM .BARE ACCEPTS CALL Edward Rhine, secretary of the Church Council of St. Matthew's ,iutheran church, on East Lehman treet, and Superintendent of Sun- lay school, has received notification hat Rev. William F. Bare, of Morantown, West Virginia, has accepted a call to the pastorate of St. Matthews church and will arrive here bout June 15 to assume his duties, nd at which time he and his family will also occupy the fine parsonage t Sixth Avenue and Lehman Sts. Sunday Guests at The Home of David Daub No. 727, Congregation standing as phoir enters, singing second stanza:,, 0 _ .._„ _._ _„. anthem, "D Holy Father." Trinity | Fisher, daughter of the late Mr. and Choir; Invocation, followed by the i Mrs. Edmund Fisher. Gloria Patri; Male Quartette, "Pil-1 Myerstown Temple. No, 12. Loyal |rim Progress", four men from the I Americans. on Saturday evening Franklin and Marshall College Glee! elected three candidates for mem- club; Scripture Reading; Hymn, .bership and also received one propo- Prayer, Male Quartet, "Volga Boat'sKion. On the coming Saturday jBong"; Offertory, "At Twilight"; Anthem, "Let the Earth Be Glad." Trinity Choir; Discourse. "Our Christian Heritage." Prof. H. J. M. evening, the new members will be initiated into the mysteries of the Order. All members are requested to be present. Klein, F. & M. College, Lancaster; j Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fisher and Male Quartet. "Sweet and Low"; | son, Robert. Doylestown: Miss Sarah Hymn, Benediction, Organ Postlude, i Fisher. Bethleham: Charles Beam '"Marcia Pomposo." and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dawson A very pretty wedding ceremony Bennetch, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ben- *ras solemnized at S o'clock this netch. of Palmyra: Mr. and Mrs morning when Miss Clara, the ac-jJohn Fisher. Chicago; Mr. and Mrs complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs " " " "" " ~ -. Bamuel S. Brightbill. of South Railroad street, and David Wiest. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lemon Weist, Ephrata, wrere united by Rev. Michael Kurtz! of the Church of the Brethren, at his Richland parsonage. . The couple were attended by Mr. Tlmmer and Miss Mary Wiest, both bf Ephrata. Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left by auto for a Wedding trip to Niagara Falls and Other interesting points. After their return they will be at home Kelly and Miss Miller, of Reading, were week-end guests at the home of Levi Fisher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher and granddaughter. Miss Mabel Fisher, left to spend f. month with Mr. and Mrs. Fisher's children, at Doylestown. Wrightstown and Philadlephia. Mr. and Mrs. John Heffelfinger and granddaughter. Mary Cramp. Samuel Phillips and family. Samuel W. aKtterman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. L. Uhrich. Miss Alice John Uhrich and Rcber. Reading; to their friends in a newly furnished j family. York; Wayne Fasnacht and home at Ephrata. family, Philadelphia; Mrs. Frank The groom is an electrician and the' Seaman and childien, Dauberville; bride for a number of terms success- James B. Harnish, Sinking Spring: i'uiiy taught school in the Jackson William Spangler, Nesquehoning: township district. Only recently she Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ritter, Allen- was elected to teach in Heidelberg j town: Mr. and Mrs, Charles Bordner, township, near Schaefferstown. Both i Reading, were among the Memorial b*ve many friends who tendered { Day visitors at this place. " Miss Anna Himmolberger and Miss Claudine Wanamaker. of Wash- The Community Daily Vacation Bible School, in which the Reformed United Brethren gelical churches opened in Zion ington, D. C.. are visiting the form- and United Evan-] er's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Warren are co-operating, i Himmclbergor. United Brethren church on Monday morning with 40 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilhelm. who were wedded some time ago. and Ha- and •tme teachers who had charge last! arc at present stopping at the home children in attendance, with pros- spent their honeymoon in" the pects of many more joining. Thcjwaiian Islands, havo returned year, were secured. They are: Mrs. Thomas Bittle. Mrs. William Brenner, Miss Grace Dundore and Miss .JElSie Keenpy. The Daily Vacation Bible School, of Mr. Wilhe.lm's mother Mr« J H Wilhelm. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ('.assert. Ralph Gassert and family. Mrs. Stella Don- inoyer and daughter. Amelia, motor- f Frieden's Luther-j ed to Dover. X. J.. where they were The following visited the home of IT. and Mrs. David N. Daub, near reystown on Sunday: Mr. and Irs. J. Monroe Kline, of Freystown; Walter D. Daub, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tiller and son, Walter; Mr. and Mrs. ee Anspach and daughter, Pauline, 11 of Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs. John ellar and daughters, Grace and Uanche, of Pikesville; Mr. and Mrs. lobert Dieffenbach and son, Leon, f Freystown; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tiller. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Daub, of lound Top Valley. Sessions of Court Closed This Morning The Jung term of Quarter Sessions court came to an abrupt close Tues. j morning at 11 o'clock. The jurors' were dismissed at 10:25 as there were no cases requiring jury' trial. The usual forfeiture of recognizances proceeded tho closing of the court. Auditor Files Report In Ernfield Estate Charles D. Weirich, Ecq., has filed in the Orphan's Court his report as auditor in the estate of John Ern- fleld, deceased, late of Jackson township, showing a balance of $559.171 for distribution to the heirs. The re-i pore was confirmed ni si., by Judge Henry. sltion. II. The Supernatural Preparation for the Transition of the Gospel to the Gentiles (10:3-33). In order to bring this about: 1. Two Visions Were Given. MISS ISABEL HASS1G BRIDE OF JOHN MAXWELL The wedding of Miss Isabell Hassig, formerly of North Tarrytown, N. Y., and later of Lebanon, and John Maxwell. Jr., of Boston, was quietly solemnized on Friday of last week at 6 o'clock in the morning at St. Mary's Catholic Cii:rch. Harrisburg. Th.° Rev. Father Boyle officiated at the ceremony. The bride and bridegroom were attended by Miss Carolyn Hassig. a sister of the bride, and Lawrence E. Guarin, of Harrisburg. Th,e bride wore a white canton crepe ensemble suit with slippers and a large picture hat of the same color. She wore a corsage of Columbia roses, orchids and lilies of the valley. Miss Hassig. the bridesmaid, wore a gown of rose canton crep e with a 1 large hat to match. She also wore i corsage of butterfly roses and sweet peas. Mrs. Maxwell is a graduate of North Tarrytown High School, Tarrytown, N. Y., and Beckley Business College. Harrisburg. She also attended Marymount Preparatory School, Tarrytown-on-the-Hudson. The past three years she has b.een employed as private secretary to the State secretary 'of the Pennsylvania State Y. M. C. A., and made daily trips to Harrisburg from her home in this city. Mr. Maxwell is a graduate of the Clinton High School. Clinton. Mass, and' also attended the Harrisburg Academy. He is at th-e present timn law student at the Harvard Law Skippers Last Two Carts Per Dozen In Careless Packing Sixty-nine Pennsylvania shippers of | eggs to the New York market during i April lost an average of 60 cents per! case or two cents per dozen owing to | carelessness In packing eggs, accord- i ] ng to reports to the Bureau of Mar-' kets. State Department of Agricul- j ture. Most of this loss was caused by the use of old worn packing material in an effort to save the expense of new fillers, Oats and excelsior pads which j cost about 10 to 13 cents per case. I Failure to provide extra deen packing material for large eggs including duck and goose eggs was also responsible ' for some of the loss. • , Forty-six different points in 19 I counties were represented In those Lebanon Hide & Rendering Works JOitti B. U>UAN. paid for prlcM tallow and All d*ad flock promptly rein ored. Works Near Jonestown, Pa. Office Phone*: Bell 7-R-2—United 406-Y. Work* Phon*: Bell 7-R-81 JonectowB. WE PAY PHONE CHAROB8. shipments. The counties suffering the heaviest losses were Bradford, Lebanon, Lancaster. York, Cumberland, Patter, Crawford, pjke and Adams. New Uniforms For The Members of West Lebanon Cadet Band (1) The vision of Cornelius (v. 3-8). School> Cambridge. Mass! While engaged in prayer, an angel of God announced that his prayer and alms had come before God as a memorial, and Instructed him to send to Joppa for Peter who would ''tell him what to do. (2) The vision of Peter (v. 9-16). He saw a certain vessel containing clean and unclean animals let down from heaven. This vessel let down from heaven and taken back indicated that both Jews and Gentiles were accepted on high. 2. A Messenger Sent From Cornelius (vv. 17-22). Peter was greatly perplexed over what he had seen, but not for long, for messengers from Cornelius made inquiry at the gate for him. The Spirit Informed Peter of the matter, and bade him go, nothing doubting. Thus we see that both had been prepared for each other by God. 3. The Meeting of Cornelius and Peter (vv. 23-33). (1) Peter took six witnesses along (v. 23). He had the good Judgment to know that on a matter of so great Importance, he must have witnesses. (2) Cornelius waiting for Peter (v. 24). He called together his kinsmen and friends. (3) Cornelius about to worship Peter (v. 25-26). Peter repudiated his act and protested that he was but a man alongside of Cornelius. (4) The reciprocal explanation (vr. 27-33). Peter explained to him how God had taken from him his Jewish prejudice, and asked that Cornelius state the purpose of his having sent for him. After a wedding breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell left by motor for Phila- -lelphia and Atlantic City. They will reside with the bride's parents,"2215 Penn street, until July 1, when th.ey will leave 'for Boston to make their home. LEFT FOR NEW YORK TO ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. Virgil J. Meeks of North 12th street left this morning for New York City to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Harvey Bell, who died very suddenly from heart attack. Mrs. Meeks was accompanied by her cousin, Miss Ida E. Bell, of Baltimore, who is here spending- some time with the Meeks family. The ladies will be joined in Philadelphia by Dr. James E. Bell, of Baltimore, Md., cousin to Mrs. Meeks. Mrs. Bell leaves to survive besides her husband, one son, Connie, of New York City, three nephews and four nieces. WM. i&SHUGAR DIED IN THE QUAKER CITY William G. Shugar, of Philadelphia formerly of this city died in that city on Monday morning after being confined to his home for the past few weeks. Pneumonia was given as the cause of his death For many years the deceased conducted a Drug store at Seventh ana Cumberland streets, where the Jaeon Millinery .Shop is now situated. After leaving Lebanon he was employed as a druggist in the City of Brotherly Members of the West Lebanon Cadet Band upon their .appearanc e in the Lebanon County Firemen's Parade in Lebanon o" June 13, at the head of the Good Will Fire Company, will b e dolled up in uniforms which have just been ordered from the Henderson Company at Philadelphia. The new garments are to be natty and attractive and the band will make a fine appearance with forty men in new regalia. The Band has arranged for one of their enjoyable picnics to be held on Pansy Hill on the evening of Saturday, June 20. Elaborate arrangements are being made for the affair. Trenton Visitors at The Cramer Homes Mrs. Harry Darkes and daughter, Myrtle, and Miss Irene Kroschwitz, returned to Trenton, after spending the week-end at the home of Grant Cramer, Lebanon and Cyrus Cramer, Cornwall. Mrs. Darkes is a sister to Grant and Cyrus Cramer. They made the trip in Miss Darke's Chevrolet Sedan, leaving Trenton Friday afternoon and returning Sunday afternoon. Waltons Return Home With 200 Pounds Fish Cornelius explains how God had ap-l love . He later became connecteQ peared unto him and instructed him ;th the Blookley Hospital wftere he was employed before being confinea to send for Peter. III. Peter's Sermon (vv. 34-43). 1. The Introduction (vv. 34-35). He. showed that God is no respecter of persons, but that In every nation i;o his home. Besides his widow he leaves to survive the following brothers and sisters. Mrs-. Fred Brill, Mrs. Frank ._ P. Hammer, Mrs. Harry Andrews, W. H. Ebright Underwent Successful Operation , /i j n ., j snowing o at liood oamantan son (Rom , cial eousness are accepted of Him. 2. His Discourse (w. 36-43). In the discourse he touches briefly upon the mission of Jesus showing that by means of His baptism and an- nolnting with the Holy Spirit, He was qualified for His work as mediator. He then exhibited the work of Christ: (1) IniHls life (vv. 86-39). He went about doing good, even casting out demons as a proof that God was with Him (v. SS). (2) In His death (v. 39). The just suffered for the unjust that He might bring us to God, being put to death In the flesh (I Pet. 3:18). (3) In His resurrection (vv. 40-41). God raised Him up the third day showing openly that Christ was His 1:4), and that His sacrifl- work was satisfactory (Rom. IV. The Holy Spirit Poured Out (w. William H. Ehrisrht. of the Farm- i ers" Trust Company apartments, on | Monday morning- underwent » ser- i 44-48) lous but successful operation ;it the ' Good Samaritan hospital, the opera- i As tne Eospel was entering upon Its ting: surgeon being Dr. Charles P. KruiH. His condition today is reported to be favorable for his early restoration to health. For the n on next Monday fchers, all of whom pacity last year, will les Holtzman, Miss and Paul Dundore. large attendance at Mary. wlf« of James fifteen years Mr. Ebright has been .1 local newspaper odice and is su;>erln- tencient of the Junior departm-nt of St. Mark's Reformed Sunday school. Enter Complaint About Stench Emanating From Dump on Oak Street Orders said to be offensive emnr.atint: from a dump at Otk str^ot. h... Jween Nir.th and Tenth, was th^ ;p\- "f complaint registered yest-ni.r, wi:h the authorities by residents «•; ;!..it section of the city. Council Mumnia. who has chavi;. of the health bureau, requested S;i:-. itary Officer Brandt to make an jv.- widest embrace, the Spirit came In new power. V. Peter Vindicates His Ministry to the Gentiles (11:1-18). Being called to account for visiting and eating with Gentiles, Peter rehearsed the whole story In such a way that his narrative took the form of logical argument, and showed how thnt God had set His seal upon the work by the miraculous gift of the Spirit. Frank Arnold. Paul Yutz, Amos Geisweit and Leo Coleman, returned Monday evening from a trip to Bowers Beach, Del., where they spent several days fishing. The fishermen returned with two hundred pounds of fish, of which mostly all were croakers and trout. The trip was made by automobile. • • • Deaths and Funerals MISS ELIZABETH KIIfPORTS Sadly impressive were the funeral services held this afternoon at 2 o'clock over the remains of the late Miss Elizabeth KInports, at Annville. The services were conducted at the Kinports homestead on Main street, with the Hev. J. A. Lyter, pastor of the United Brethren church, officiating. Burial was made at Mt. Annville cemetery. There were many beautiful floral tributes attesting the fact that sorrow over the dtmise of the well known lady wai riot confined to the family circle. Undertaker M. B. Krum, of Annville, was in charge of the arrangements. MBS. SALLIE RCOIIG Funeral services were held Tues. afternoon at 2 o'clock over the remains of Mrs. Sallie Romig, wife of Samuel Romig, at the hom e of a son, Charles W. Romig, &<- 301 South Fifth street. Rev. Pierce E. Swope, pastor of St. Stephens Reformed church, officiated. Burial was made at Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, with Henijjr Light, John Reed, Uriah Mark, and Henry Runkel as bearers. There wer e many beautiful floral tributes. Undertaker H. C. Rohland was in charge of the ahhangements. 5tRS. ELIZABETH HERR All that was mortal of the late Mrs. naman, Dr. H. B. Shugar, jonn Shugar, George and Frank Shugar. State Dept. Asks Bids For Concrete Road In Jackson Township Contractors have been asked by the State Department of Highways to submit sealed bids covering the construction of 3788 linar feet of Elizabeth Herr was laid "tenderly to, „ „ 0 0 cement concrete road surface in i res t at the cemetery at Buchers Meet- fuse to guide pedestrians and m'Dtor- ""'"' 'ing House. Sunday afternoon. The ists through a path of safety at the GRADUATES AT STATE NORMAL MILLERSVILL1 Millereville, May 29.—Tie Senio^ class of Millersville State Normal school which will graduate in Jun« is one of the largest in recent yeaft numbering two hundred and thirti six. This is an unusually large class and will include the first Mid| dler or three year students to grad-l uate from the local school. Leb| ano n is well represented having -i total of 10 girls and 5 boys in the Senior class. Lancaster County leadsj in number and York and Schuyikillj counties are tied for second place ir number of Seniors having thirty-foui apiece. Lebanon county follows with fifteen students. Northumber-j land with nine, and Berks with eight students. The remainder of the Senior claps come from scattered counties or from other states. The commencement -week program of the graduating class been arranged and extends froml Thursday June 4 to Wednesday! June 10th inclusive. Following are those for Lebarion| City and County: Miss Edith M. Bender of AnnvilleJ Florence E. Hartman, of Annvil!e| Evelyn J. Keller, of 302 South Ninth! street. Miss Esther Smith, 2224 Lafayette street, Esther Tice, 368 Liber«| ty street, Elizabeth Ulrich, AnnvilleJ Violet Walters, Annville, Allen Herr.l Route 3, Lebanon, Luther W. Ul-l rich, Annville, Helen Risser, An-l nville, Carrie Matternice, Viola E.f Rohland, Annville, Elias E. Bru-j backer, North Sixth street, Theo-l dore R. Bixler, 636 Hill street, Ell) M. Bomberger, 224 Pershing Ave. f LEB. COUNTY MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION! Members of. the Lebanon ..County Ministerial Association held their | regular monthly meeting Monday in the Y. M. C. A. building. "The Massage of the Anglican Church to the Twentieth Century," .was the subject of discussion. . . • During the business meeting it was decided to hold summ.er week day- schools in the yarious churches thru- out the different communities. -Th's committee to make arrangements consists 'of Dr. B. F. Daugherty, "pastor of tha Trinity U. B. Church, Ninth and Willow, street, chairman; Rev. R. F. Philbrook, Rev. P. E. Swope, Rev. R. C. Pitcer. This was the final meeting for the year. It was decided to hold the annual outing for th.e ministers and their families, but the place was not fully decided upon. Traffic Lights Will Continue in Operation at 8th and Cumberland There will be no dimming of the red lights at Eighth and Cumberland streets. Neither will the green lights re- the guests of Elmer Roth and family. * vest'igation and to have the The Girl Scouts are to meet at * the High School building on Wednesday evening at 7.30. Final arrangements for the trip to Washington,\D. C., on June 15. will be given consideration. More than 60 girls abated at once, if he found any. It was n«5sert<*d by tho compl.v.r ants that the offensive orders we:. a.eeravatod hy a fire in the rtuiv.;> Chief Shuey head of the fire IK. re.au sa\v that, the combustion \v;t stopped The Beat Key One's own self Is the best key one has to the understanding of the universe.—American Friend. Judgment Judgment follows sin as the echo follows the voice.—Prophetic News. \ Overcoming Evil 1 By bravely endurinj It, an evil whl«b I cannot be avoided U overcome.— American Friend, ' Jackson township, route 149. Bids will be opened at ten o'clock on the morning of June 23. The highway which is the unpaved portion of the William Penn Highway in West Myerstown will be built with a width of 20 feet. This will give Myersto-\m a continuous stretch of paved road surface from east to west on the main thoroughfare including the part outside fhe borough known as West Myerstown. It will also fill in the " last a;ap of unpaved highway on the Wil Ham Penn from Harrisburg to Wern- "rsville the section controlled by this city between here and Avon. « » i To Start Installing Sewerage System at The County Prison The June Grand Jury, o" Monday ifternc-on before adjournment, approved plans presenfed by the Lebn•ion • ounty jai] property with the •ity sewerage system. The Plans wore prepared by City Engineer William if S. Davis, ami provide for the exton- •I'OM of sewer ljr.es to the rear of the ail to connect with trunk lines on ^eventh street. It is understood th.it h^ work \v!Jl b 0 undertaken without lelay as a previous frand jury had •erommonded the improvement on he sanitary sewer conditions at the- nil. The countv commissioners per- inally appeared befor e the sran<j ury to explain matteri 1 . funeral was held, from the home of a [dangerous" intersection. daughter. Mrs. Elme r Binner, at Rexmont, and he services were held in the Bucher Meeting House, with the Rev. w. C. Hess, pastor of the Reformed church at Rexmont, officiating. The funeral was larsely attended and there were many beauaiful floral tributes. The bearers were Monroe E. Geib, Cleent Witrnan. Eugene Acker, Wilson Hnag. John H. McLaughlin, and Lazarus Daub. Undertaker H. C. Rohland was in charge of the arrangements. It was decided so Tues. morning at a conference of city officials. Som.9 were of the opinion that inasmuch as the lights have no legal significance that they should be torn away from their standards. Others, who MRS. SARAH BARRY Mr?. Sarah Barry, widow of George Barry, passed away at her home. 365 Xorth Tenth street, of a complication of diseases, following an illness of four years. She was aged 64 years 9 months and 12 days. She was a faithful member of tne St. Paul's U. E. Church until her illness, which prevented her from attending repular. She leaves to survive six children. John. Hnrvoy. Monroe, of this city: Willi.im of .lerfey City; Mrs. "Walter Eckenroth. and Kntliryn Barry. • m i — GFORGK AV. SNYDER Georce YV. Snyder. of 711 Chestnut j street, died suddenly at his home this morning from indiffCFtiorf. He was aged 40 years. For the past 20 years the deceased was err.pioyei.1 as st.igc carpenter for George Spang, of the Academy of Music. He was also a member of the Eagles, this city. Ho leaves to survive three brothers, Daniel. William and Samuel, and took the stand :ontinue to regard the red and green light system as a commendable step in regulating traffic and will consequently obey the signals. It is farther felt that the fact that the traffic ordinance will go into effect in 30 days is another reason to continue the present light system until the new is installed. Guests Entertained at The Allen Templin Cottage, Bunker Hill one Mster, Mr*. Elizabeth derful, of tbl» city. Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Templin entertained a party of friends over jthe weefc-end at their cottage. Island View. Bunker Hill. A most enjoyable time was had by all. Those present were: Mrs. Marie Hinter. Oscar Aurentz. Joseph Hunter, of Harrisburg; Bertye Arndt, Fred Horlacher. Jr.. Chas. Bell. Allentown; Stella Ulrich. Mary Hammell. __ Jacob Aurentz, Herman Awrentz, Beirne.v J Stanton Templin and Norman Temp- •lin. \

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