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Cornwall Angle Ball Is Catching On At Area Playground CORNWALL, Aug. > _ A new fame, Angle ball has proven to be very popular this summer on the Cornwall Playground. Introduced by the director, Roger Grimes, the game has gained in popularity each day. The game was invented by Charles (Rip) Engle, former head football_coach at Penn State, who introduced the game In order to help condition young people. Angle ball 'has been played at Penn State for almost a year and is rapidly spreading to the v\\\\ ^ ttrft r mid-western stales. This is the first time the game has been played in this area. The object of the game is for one team to advance a small ball the size of a volley ball through the opposing team and then dislodge a larger ball from a pole about 12 feet 'high. A circle surrounds the pole which remains neutral with no one allowed inside the circle. A player upon advancing the ball to the edge of the circle must then throw the ball at the larger one trying to dislodge it and scoring a point. The clock is not stopped after a goal is scored or at any other time throughout the quarter. Four quarters constitute a game and without the stopping of the clock the game -becomes very fast and is a good conditioner for young athletes. Group To Elect Election of officers will be held Wednesday evening at the organizational meeting of the All-Activities Booster Club of Cedar Crest High School. The meeting will be held at the Cedar Crest auditorium at 7:30 with Charles Patton, temporary chairman in charge. A report will be made by the following committee chairmen: Charles Dodson, nominating; Floyd Becker, legislative; Henry Slike, finances; Emery Patterson, projects. The meeting is open to all alumni, parents and friends of Cedar Crest High School and the main purpose of the organization is to support all student activities, sports or scholastic. Beard Meets Teacher Resigns From Position In A-C District CLEONA, Aug. 9 - One teacher resignation was accepted at the monthly meeting on Monday night of the Annville- Cleona School Board. Richard J. Delozier, resigned his position as driver education teacher. A contract was awarded to Frick & Sons of Lebanon to install curbing along the east side of the school on South Garfield Street. An approval was given for an inspection apparaisal of the Annville Elementary School building to be done by the Mutual Inspection Bureau of Harrisburg. A contract was 'awarded Reiter's, Icn. of Harrisburg to install mercury vapor lights in Dally-y«wi, Lebanon, Pa., Tuesday, August 9, 1966 Safety Measure Palmyra Council Plans To Set Up Speed Traps PALMYRA, Aug. 9 — Mayor Archie D. Gruber suggested to the Palmyra Borough Council Monday night that speed traps be set up at various locations throughout the borough in an effort to curb speeding within the borough limits. Gruber mentioned Broad, Schaefferstown txir'i d n 4 , . .. . Daily NEWS Pholn. AJNGLi, BALI, — Children visiting: the Cornwall Playground this summer have been introduced to a new "action" game called angle ball and invented by Charles (Rip) Engle, former football coach at Penn State University. Roger Grimes, playground director, introduced the new game which has proven very popular. Demonstrating the game above is George Tatar, center, trying to knock the large ball from its perch atop the pole with the smaller ball and Steven Padilione, left and John Bordlemay, right, trying to block the shot. Perry Twp. School Board Brethren Church Only 2 Positions Open Bib | e Schoo | , s On Twp. Teacher Staff i Over At Richland the high school gymnasium to replace the present lighting sys- lem. A football accident insurance was placed with Adeptic Services, Inc. with a plan covering a $10,000 maximum medical expense benefit with a $100 de- 'luctible clause. A compulsary retirement was inaugurated for professional employees who become 65 years of age, effective the close of the year in which they become age 65. A special meeting has been! called for Aug. 29 and the next meeting will be held on Sept. 6 instead of Sept. 12. Union Hose Auxiliary Has Annviile Meeting ANNVILLE, Aug.' 9 — The Ladies Auxiliary of the Union Hose Fire Company held a special meeting Monday evening to "*""" '' "' arrangements for Kline Family Has Reunion In Area SCHAEFFERSTOWN, Aug. 9 — The Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kline family reunion was held Sunday afternoon at the Sehaef- ferstown Carnival Grounds. Officers elected for next year were Norman Krall, President, Mrs. Harvey Krall, secretary and Mrs. Melvin Krall, treasurer. Prizes were given to the oldest person present, Joseph Tice; largest family present, Mr. and Mrs. Metin Krall; person with HERSHEY, Aug. 9 - Dr. L. Eugene Jacques, superintendent, reported that all positions on the teaching staff have been filled except a position of girls' guidance counsellor for the junior high school and a position as home and school visitor. The Derry Township School Board met Monday.night in the M. S. Hershey Junior High president presiding. Kenneth Kelly of Campbelltown was hired as 'auto body shop instructor for one year to serve during the absence of William Brandt, regular auto body shop instructor, who is currently on sabbatical leave. Mrs. Kathryn Bierly, high school librarian, who has been working extra hours preparing ROOFING B SIDING HOOF1*« COMPLETE Roofing Service • Metal Roof • Slate Roof • Shingle Roof • Built-Up Roof • Expert Installation! • Top Quality Roofing! Call Us Today! 867-3541 Smith's Sheet Metal & Hdwe. 149 W. 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It will be used as a playground for the children. The Hershey Estates was granted the bid for seeding the general school area and the athletic field. Cost will be $5,100 for the general area and $3,200 for the athletic area. The placing of fire hydrants at the new high school area were discussed and the use of milk vending machines in the schools was also discussed, The board decided to do without the vending machines and serve extra milk at the snack counters. Bids from 13 dealers on flat tableware were opened and tabulated for awarding at the next meeting Friday morning. Dr. Jacfiues, reporting on the progress at the new high school, said there are still many things to be completed and the school was to be completed some time in June, but it is running over schedule. To dale all floors have been installed except in the auditorium. The library is completed and books are now being placed on the shelves, the wood paneling has been in stalled in the auditorium and it is now ready for seals. The Harrisburg Stage Co. is install ing pulleys and ropes for the stage. The Metalab firm has completed the installation of the science equipment and bleach ers are being installed in the gymnasium. Work on the kitchen area has been extremely slow, he said. Moving of articles from the old high school and the installation of equipment is slow due to the uncompleted work of the contractors throughout the building. Assigned To Ft, Mead* Spec. 5 Dale L. Lutz, 26, son of Mrs. Wilba K. Lutz, 77 N. Main St., Pine Grove, has recently been assigned to F i r s t Army Headquarters Company at Ft. Meade, Md., as a supply clerk. A 1958 graduate of Pine Grove High School, he has been in the Army since September 1962. Before his assignment to Ft. Meade, he had been on duty in Germany. RICHLAND, Aug. 9—The Daily Vacation Bible School of the Richland Church of the Brethren came to an end Friday evening. On the planning committee of the school were: Mrs. Kathryn Royer, Mrs. Anna Ruth Sherk and Pastor and Mrs Curtis Weddle. Directresses of the school were Mrs. Royer and Mrs. Sherk. Mrs. Lydia Royer, music di redress; Mrs. Mildred Yoder and Mrs. Margaret Zug, plan ists. The total enrollment was 142. The average attendance was 115 and the total offering $110. The Bible school display was in the sanctuary. The teaching staff consisted of the following: Mrs. Phyllis Hickernell, Mrs. 'Fern Phillipy, Mrs. Martha Hess, Mrs. Lillian Sherk, Mrs. Anna Ruth Sherk, Linda Leffler, Mrs. Anna Mary Fahnestock, Mrs. Elizabeth Meyer and Pastor and Mrs. Curtis Weddle, and assistants were: Kathleen Yoder, Nancy Kegerreis, Sally Ann Zug, Doris Hess, Carol Zug, Mildred Yoder, Arlene Sherk, Dianne Reames- derfer, Lena Hertzog, Arlene Grouse, Emma Phillipy, Judy Leffler, Helen Saul, Stella Kegerreis and Carlos Wampler. Pastor and Mrs. John Rodgers of the Millcreek Lutheran Parish will be at Camp Nawaka teaching two courses. The Perseverance Band presented a band concert in the Richland handshell on Sunday. Birthdays to be celebrated this week are as follows: Lane Rudy, Hattie Zeller, Ruth Leininger, Lewis Keppley, Mitchell Essick, Fay • Sholly, Mrs. John Hassler, Antoinette Konski, John Hassler, Janeen Swope, Dorothy Angstadt Audrey Kohl, Elaine Dubbs, Evelyn Ernfield. Rheta Wasco, Holly Rodgers, Larry Kurtz, Christian Templen, Lori Ann Spercher, Phyllis Rohr, and Dale Reigel. a spe- rieeunfi Monriav a\, ar make their 50th anniversarjTcelebra'- tion. The activities for U tion will be conducted week of Sept. 13. Mrs. David K. Bomberger conducted the meeting. Reports «'ere given by Mrs. Samuel Zeaross. secretary and Mrs. Charles Rtstenbatt, treasurer Nine new members were accepted, bringing the group's to-' tal membership (o 154. The new members are Miss Maria Phelps. Mrs. Thomas Storm. Airs. Esther Moyer, Mrs. Robert Daugherty, Mrs. Harry Schools, Mrs. John Bellach, Mrs. Harold Kimble, Mrs. Gertrude Schaffer, and Miss Rose Clentimack. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Miriam Fox, Mrs. Bomberger and Miss Maria Meyer. The next regular meeting will be -held Sept.,6. Mrs. Harvey Krall; coming longest distance, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowman, Havertown; and first person present, Lester Klick. Clarence Bowman and Audrey Krall won the cake walks. Next years reunion will be held on the first Sunday in August at the carnival grounds. A large crowfl attended the first evening of entertainment •at the Schaefferstown Fireman's Carnaival Saturday evening. The program featured Tommy Cash and the Broadway Buckaroos and Shorty Long and the Sante Fe Rangers. Band Concert The Keystone Band of Rehers- Railroad, and Cherry Streets as areas where speeding occurs frequently. He stressed the fact thst the speed traps are needed in the interest of safety. The council unanimously accepted the suggestion. The mayor also displayed a safety citation which the borough received from the American Automobile Association for compiling a record of no pedestrian fatalities during 1965. This is the 18th such award Palmyra has received in the past years. To Invest $25,000 Council authorized borough manager Bruce Hartman to in vest S25.000 from the genera fund in a six-months certificate of deposit. Hartman was also authorized to complete a survey 01 land and property for the open ing of Spruce Street from Grant Avenue to Ridge Ave-mie. A cussion was held on flic resur facing of Spruce Street between Railroad and Forge Streets. Regarding the proposed overhead bridge above the Reading Railroad at Grant Street, Hartman told the council that the state highway department has completed its field survey and that all the data has been sent to Williamsport for further action. Hugh Imboden, highway department chairman, reported that 58,608.10 was spent during July for street sweeping, maintenance and construction. Balances Charles Crark, treasurer, reported a general fund balance as of July 1 of $11,708.08. Receipts for July totaled $91,021.77; disbursements were $42,169.B3, eaving a July 31 balance of $61,160.22. Grange Members Hold Meeting At Kimmerlings MT. ZION, Aug. I - Ki»m«r- lings Grange met Monday tv»- ning with twenty-five personi ta Fund Ba Ties Crark, the conductor, presented a free band Jonestown Children Have Bike Hike, Golf JONESTOWN, Aug. 9 — Last week's activities at the Jonestown Area Playground included a bike hike to Cozy Cottage on Route 22, and golfing at the Blue Mt. View Golf Course. Fifty-three children went swimming Thursday afternoon at Fredericksburg Lion's Pool. On Friday afternoon 20 children participated in the Funny Face show. The winners were Karen Roth, Jeffrey Aurentz, Debbie Weller, Donna Swoyer, Frank Bachman and Greg Kissinger. concert on Sunday evening at the Schaefferstown Fireman's Carnival Grounds. Hershey Picnic Day Hershey Park will the scene of the annual Schaefferstown Sunday School Picnic on Wednesday. The picnic is sponsored by the community churches. Games and contests will be held in the morning for all age groups. The noon picnic lunch will be eaten at the reserved pavilions. Free tickets for amusement rides will be given to all children 12 years of age and under. Child Evangelism Is Conducted In Hershey HERSHEY, August 9 - Beginning today, a child evangelism program is being presented at the home of Mrs. William Wagner, 319 Para Ave., Hershey, each afternoon, from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. A Bible study reading of stories and- the singing of songs is, conducted by Mrs. Wagner's guests, Miss Donna Rohrer and Miss Marcia Troup. The children in the neighborhood are invited to attend these afternoon sessions. Personals Guests at the home nf Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stahinski, 227 E. Areba Ave., this past wet-kend were Mrs. Cecelia Stabinski, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Stabinski, Mrs. Lorraine Colihan and son Curtis of Minersville; and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Undo and children Barbara, Tommy, and Ronnie, from Llewellyn, Pa. DIRT REMOVED George N. Gunnells, 30, 625 N. Tenth St, had a piece of dirt removed from his right eye at the Good Samaritan Hospital emergency room Monday. Home On Leave Girls Report On Trip FONTANA, Aug. 9 — Carol Bowman and Sandra Granger gave a report on their recent trip to Estes Park. Colo, for the Youth Conference of the EUB Church Sunday morning during the service in the Fontana Chapel. The gfrls told of their experi- Airman Russell R, Shultz Jr., 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shultz, Lebanon RD 3, who is home on a pre-embar- kalion leave, has been promoted In airman second clans. He had been on duty at Amarillo AFB, Tex., as a transportation specialist and was named "driver of the monUi" for May. He will report to ence on the train lo and from Bitburg AB, Germany, Sept. Estes Park, some of the high- II. He enlisted in the. Air lights of the tours taken by the group and the highlights of the convention. Force shortly after graduation from Norlebco High School last year. Mayor Gruber reported $368.80 collected from parking meters: >50 for parking fines: $4.80 for oicycle licenses; S5 for zoning permits; and SlO for disorderly conduct fines during July. He also reported 167 police calls, 11 automobile accidents, eight criminal offenses, 22 motor vehicle code violations, and 44 violations of borough ordinances. BELLEGROVE BELLEGROVE, Aug. 9 — Joseph Smith, who lives with his son Harold and family, observed his 85th birthday anniversary on Sunday. The following visited him: Mr. and Mrs. Karl Smith and children Jodi, Kim and Craig; Mrs. Ruth Smith; Mrs. Russell Ferguson; Mrs. Carole Hertzog and ;on. Charles; Mrs. Betty Bates; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith and children Carol and Kenneth; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyer and daughter and family; Mr. and Mrs. David Aulenbach and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Booser. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Speck entertained Mi-, and Mrs. Stanly Bergey and children, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Keller and sons, and Mrs. Homer Fogleman Sunday. Richard Smith has returned from the ECC Camp "Twin Pines" In the Poconos. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Taulbee and children and Curtis Winters toured the William Penn Museum at Harrisburg on Sunday. They also visited Miss Ruth Firestine at the Polyclinic Hospital. Mrs. Eva Baldwin is convalescing at her home after being a patient in the Good Samaritan Hospital for the past 3 weeks. Holiness Assoc, HasCampmeeting In Area Of Ono ONO, Aug. 9 — The Lebanon Valley Holiness Association Campmeeting services began Friday evening and will continue for-ten days. The Fowler'Evnagelistic Family, Nashville, Tcnn., present special music and gospel messages each evening. The Rev. Victor Glean, Bedford, Ind., was the speaker Saturday evening. A large congregation was present for the Sunday services. The Lebanon Valley Gospel Band, led by Herman Noll, performed. Eugene Graham, president of the Association, presides at the sessions at camp ground, two miles southeast of Ono. Personals Mrs. Earl Turner and daughter, Jo Ann, Oakville, visited Helen Wentling Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newman and family, Wilmington, Del., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Donmoyer at the R. and E. Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thoroughgood and son, David, and Miss Pauline White, Philadelphia, and Miss Hilda Steigert, Hanover, Germany, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Kreiser on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hossler, Union Deposit, visited Mrs. Mae Boyer on Sunday. attendance. Isaac Fox, master, conduct^ the business meeting which wt» largely requests for use of the Grange Hall. A wedding reception is listed for Aug. 27; in anniversary dinner, Sept. «. The Kimmerlings Church wifl have their annual turkey dinner Nov. 6 and rhe Kimmerlinfs Grange members will have their annual turkey dinner en Nov. 13. Sept. 24, a banquet will be hold for the Bethel Ladlw Auxiliary and on Dec. 4, the annual Grange Xmas party will h« held. Betty Houser requested Dec. 11 for her Sunday School class banquet. The Kimmerling's 4-H Group will have their Parents Night In the Grange Hall on Aug. 18. Fox announced that election of officers will be held at the next meeting, Aug. 22. Pauline Kauffman opened the literary program with a song and turned the program over to Lois Shuey, chairman of the youth committee. Five local youth Grange members attending the Youth Camp at Center County Fair grounds were Lois Shuey, Vivian Yordy, Audrey Fox. Barbara Blatt and Uvonne Fortna. Miss Shuey, a member of North Jackson Grange, gavs a report on the activities of youth camp and also conducted a quiz which they had been given on Grange work. Miss Yordy depicted the faults of the Grange members and Miss Rlalt reported that everyone'had atlended Sun Rise services on Sunday morning. Miss Shuey conducted a comedy game and Miss Blitt played a clarinet solo. Refreshments were served by Florence Kauffman and Grace Yordy. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyer and children Elaine and Lynn and Brian Donmoyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Fox and children Ronald, Audrey and Jance returned home Sunday evening from a week's vacation at nlet, N.Y. Weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Snyder, Mary Woomer, Bruce Boyer, Robert Donmoyer and Kelly Posey. Celebrating their birthdiyt this week are Marlin Field, SOB of Mrs. L5'dia Field, who observed his birthday anniversary on Sunday,' and Randy Gram- bine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amo« Grumbine Jr., who will b« cele- Road Broom Bids Seen By Derry Supervisors HERSHEY, Aug. 9-Bids for a road broom for Derry Township were opened at Monday! nights meeting of the township' supervisors in their office Action was deferred until the bids could be studied and tabulated. The contract will be awarded at the Aug. 22 meeting, the board said. John Lepperd, secretary- treasurer and building inspector, reported ten building permits issued for a total of $123,900. These included six for new homes and four for alterations. Present at the session were Ralph Logan, president; Lepperd; David Gassert; J. C. Bamhart, solicitor; and Tom Mitchell, engineer. Studies Communications In Marine Training Pvt. Frank Hlavaty Jr., son of Mrs. Mary Kittle, 1691 Heilmandale Road, is undergoing basic training with the Marine Corps at Pan-is Island, S. C. He enlisted recently through the local recruiting office. His father, Frank Hlavaty Sr., lives at 1003 Cumberland St. Darvin C. Geyer Pvt. Darvin C. Geyer, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Gey er, 428 Hockersville Rd., Her shey, recently completed a com munications course at ttie Army's Signal School, Ft. Gor don, Ga. He studied the opera lions of teletypes and othe communications equipment. brating his birthday anniversary today. BUNKER HILL BUNKER HILL, August I The Rev. and Mrs. Harry Dorey returned Sunday from vaea- ion. The Dorleys were accompanied by Mrs. Helen Stoudt and daughter Linda. They spent most of the time in Wisconsin where the Dorleys had been missionaries. Thanks to a recent vote on .he part of the congregation, the Bunker Hill Church is now air- conditioned. The following members of the Bunker Hill W.C.T.U. are doing volunteer work at the Lebanon V.A. Hospital today: Mrs. Erma Adams, Mrs. Con Meily, Mrs. Lessie Smith, Mrs. Helen Stoudt and Mrs. Beulah Maulfair. Mrs. Ellen Beam, Mrs. Naomi Griffiths and Mrs. Walter Bernheisel. Birthday anniversary celebrants this week are Eugene Blouch, James Blouch, Delilah Blouch, and Brenda Steiner. Mr. and Mrs. William Bender attended the church of the Nazarene Camp Meeting held at North East, Md., on Saturday! Jamie Kern came home on Saturday from Twin Pines Camp in the Poconos. The Rev. and Mrs. Charles Beam and family and the Rev. and Mrs. Earl Troup and family visited Mrs. Ellen Beam this weekend. Mrs. Joanne Benrheisel and children of Falls Church, Vt. ij spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hippensteel. The home of Herman ind Mary Reber was sold on public auction to Jimmy Yeingst recently. Play & Win SHOPO BINGO '3500 BARGAIN TOWN • New Game Every Week • Prim Every Week • Cash it MerehawHM Given Away Weekly

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