The Press-Herald from Pine Grove, Pennsylvania (2024)

4. WEST SCHUYLKILL PRESS AND PINE GROVE HERALD, TREMONT, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1963 PAGE FIVE OBITUARIES (Continued From Page. One) daughters: Joseph of Friedensburg; of Butler; T-Sgt. Marlin of San Jose, Pearl, wife of Wayne Reedy of Colonie, N.Y.; Albert of Patent, N.Y.: Clifford of Voorheesville, N.Y.; Airman Third Class Arlin who is stationed at Castle Air Force Base, and James Suzanne, both of Latham, N.Y.; and 23 grandchildren, Also surviving are eight sisters and brothers; Alberta, wife of Ray Crossley Milton; Florence, wife of Charles Seltzer of Philadelphia; Bertha, wife of Anthony DeFrancisco of Englewood, N. Mrs.

Catherine Bittle of Cressona; Alice, wife of George Fenstermacher of Schuylkill Haven; Marguerite, wife of Floyd Brown of Pine Grove R. D. Laura, wife of Donald Ziegler of Pine Grove R. D. Edith, wife of William Romberger of Myerstown; Albert Jr.

of Schuylkill Haven R. D. Ray of Pottsville R. D. and Richard of Schuylkill Haven R.

D. 1. The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon from Bast and Detwiler Funeral Home at Schuylkill Haven, with interment in Schuylkill Memo- rial Park. CHARLES B. KIMMEL Charles B.

Kimmel, 61, of 916 Franklin St. Reading, native of Donaldson, died last week in Community General Hospital, Reading. Mr. Kimmel was a son of the late Ada and Mary Beach Kimmel. Surviving are his wife, the former Eleanore Buniecki; five sisters: Mrs.

Sadie Fleming, Donaldson; Mrs. Annie Freeman, Reading; Mrs. Minnie Adams, Philadelphia; Mrs. Ella Jones, Minersville and Mrs. Bertha Starr, Pottsville; also several nieces and nephews.

His funeral was on Tuesday from the Shelan Mountz Funesande ral Home, Reading, and interment was made in Laureldale Cemetery. ALVIN W. ZIMMERMAN The funeral of Alvin Zimmerman, of 33 North Street, Tremont, was held on Friday morning from Minnig Funeral Home, Tremont. Military rites were conducted by Headquarters USAG firing squad, Indiantown Gap Military Reservation, Annville, and Rev. F.

L. Hemmig, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, Tremont, officiated. Clair Morgan was bugler. Interment was made in Schuylkill Memorial Park, Schuylkill Haven.

Pallbearers were: Joseph Bowers, Joseph Hoover, Joseph Cleary, Harvey Fisher Charles Bretzius, Robert Wiscount, Paul Smith and Frank Miller. WILLIAM DUBBS William Dubbs, 81, native of Pine Grove, died in Stanton, California, where he lived, on Monday at 5:30 p.m. A retired Army officer, he owned fruit groves in California. Mr. Dubbs visited in Pine Grove in 1939 and 1954.

Surviving are his wife Carolyn, native of Kentucky and a retired registered nurse, and four sons, all living in Texas. Mr. Dubbs was the last member of his family. His funeral was held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from Winchester Mortuary, Winchester, California. EDWARD (ROACH) HAYES The funeral of Edward (Roach) Hayes, of 45 Clay Tremont, was held on Saturday morning from Minnig Funeral Home, Tremont, with (Requiem Mass in Immaculate Conception Church, Tremont.

Rev. Joseph B. McGovern was celebrant of Mass and conducted the committal rites at the parish cemetery where burial was made. Pallbearers were Peter Huth, James Schell, Thomas Sharp, Joseph Lawler, Lawrence Focht and Stanfard Daniels. MRS.

WILLIAM YOHE Mrs. Rebecca L. Yohe, Pine Grove R. D. 3, wife of William Yohe, died Sunday in Pottsville Hospital.

Mrs. Yohe, born in Washington Township, was a daughter of Mrs. Mayme Bretz Herring and the late Lyman Herring. She was a member of Hetzel's Church. Surviving are her husband; her mother, of Pine Grove R.

D. a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Zeigler, Pine Grove R. D. a sister, Mrs.

Emma Hubler, of Wharton, N. and two brothers. Allen Herring, of Pine Grove R. D. 2 and Warren Herring of Pine Grove R.

D. 3. Her funeral was held this afternoon from the H. L. Snyder Funeral Home, Grove.

Interment wa's in Hetzel's Cemetery, Pine Grove R. sPice D. 3. The Rev. John E.

Youse officiated at the services. MRS. ELMER A. DOWER Mrs. Elmer A.

Dower, 73, the former Viola Moyer, native of Pine Grove, died Friday at her home, 1338 N. 11th Reading. Mrs. Dower was a daughter of Charles and Mathilda Fisher Moyer. She was a member of Salem Evangelical United Brethren Church and was affiliated with Chapter 148, Dames of Malta.

Surviving are her husband, Elmer A. Dower; four daughters: Ruth wife of Gerald Hessler, and Anna wife of Russell Seidel, both of Reading; Olive wife of Donald Zerbe, Kenhorst, and Miriam wife of Gerald Matts, Lancaster; three sons: Elmer C. and both of Reading, and Dawson E. of Dauberville; also 11, grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Her funeral was held on Tuesday from the Gibson and Sanders Funeral Home, Reading.

The Rev. Harvey W. Ebright officiated and interment was made in Laureldale Cemetery. CONGREGATIONAL MEET SET FOR AUGUST 25 The congregation of St. Peter's Reformed Church, Tremont, will meet following worship on Sunday, August 25, to consider sale of its North Street property.

TOTAL LOSS TOTAL LOSS Knowledge ceases to minute a man begins knows it all. SO THIS IS NEW YORK By NORTH CALLAHAN Some time ago I dined with a man named Edward Streeter, an unusual combination of a He is a writer and a banker, personas until he retired. We usually think of a banker as writing checks or promissory notes letters reminding peopie to save money or deposit funds or to pay for those they have used. But this individual is different. Edward Streeter is best known for his delightful book, "Dere Mabel" which poked fun at World War I and caused Americans all over the country to draw a sigh of relief upon finding that war, with all its terrors, has a lighter side when viewed through the eyes a participant expert in the ways of humor and recording it.

Since that time, Streeter has continued his writing, at intervals, describing brides and suburbs and other intriguing things such as banks. Not all writers are smart enough to keep close to banking. Most of those I know are not even close to money. But Streeter reminded me that this is a historic town as well as the financial capital of the world. For example, he points out, George Washington were to return to New York today, there would be three buildings he would recognize, Fraunces Tavern, where he said farewell to his officers; St.

Paul's Chapel, which survived the Revolutionary fire; and the Jumel mansion, where Washington made his headquarters for a time until he had to get out hurriedly ahead of the redcoats. Later, Aaron Burr lived there after he had married the widow of Mr. Jumel. The man of whom Burr disposed, Alexander Hamilton, is of more interest to Mr. Streeter, for Hamilton founded the Bank of New York, of which author was vice president for years.

In a vivid description of these early days, Streeter tells of how one of my favorite historical characters, Henry Knox, the youngest major general in the Continental Army, assumed command of the troops from Washington just 180 years ago. He led a military detachment down lower Broadway and took over Fort George, south of Bowling Green, from a taciturn British officer whose discomfiture is understandable, since he and his companions were forced to leave. It was a simple ceremony but a memorable one, and this fat, genial chief of the artillery enjoyed every bit of it. After all, his country had won the Revolution, he was an important part of the victory, and now he had the pleasure of commanding the troops who were ushering out the detested lobster backs. As the British were taking their leave and there was no longer any doubt about their departure, Knox hurried back to report to Washington who with his staff was about half a mile north of the present City Hall.

Out in the harbor, small craft were swarming, either helping with the evacuation or watching it. Already the British transports were outlined against the afternoon sun as they hove to and out to sea through the Narrows, leaving the young nation which they had founded 176 years previously. The American Revolution was over. For eight long years it had lasted, seven of which the British occupied New York, despite the plans and efforts of Washington and Knox to re-take it, But though there had been no fighting within the city itself after Washington and his raw and ragged troops had been chased out in 1776, Tories had clashed with Whigs all around it, as well as other military actions. Less than a week after the British had moved in, fire broke out at the lower end of Manhattan and destroyed much of the metropolitan area as it then existed.

The British suspected that the Americans set the fire, because some of them, including General Nathaniel Greene, had wanted to, and Washington even asked Congress about burning it, but the idea was disapproved. Since then, this has been a cosmopolitan place and people all nationalities are not only welcomed but most of them feel at home here. Rotarians Told Of District Governor's Golf Tournament The Pine Grove Rotary Club met at the Sweet Arrow Recreation Center on Tuesday, August 13. Visiting Rotarians were Jim Radcliffe of Newton, New Jersey, and Bob Reider of Schuylkill Haven, Russell Felty brought as his guest his grandson, Robert Ochs. Ivan Newcomer was welcomed back from a vacation that combined business with a visit to his daughter in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Frank Winsheimer also was welcomed on his return from a summer school session in Philadelphia. for the District Governor's Golf Tournament were announced. This contest will take place on August 28 at the Susquehanna Country Club, with a golf fee of $3.00 and $3.00 for dinner. Those wishing to enter the contest should notify Arthur H. Henninger on Tuesday August 20.

Prizes will be awarded in the tournament. Immediately following the regular meeting, the budget committee met to set up a tentative budget for the balance of this Rotary year. The next meeting of Rotary will be held on August 20 at 6:30 p. m. at the Sweet Arrow Lake Recreation Center.

CYCLE ACCIDENT Carl Bowers 20, of Pine Grove R. D. 1, was discharged from the Pottsville Hospital on Monday, after treatment for injuries received in a motorcycle accident which took place on Saturday. Bowers' motorcycle struck a tree on the outskirts of Pine Grove. He received abrasions of the face and arms, and of his right eye.

Take your problems to Church this week millions leave them there Heart Attack-. (Continued From Page One) student. He was graduated from Pine Grove High School in 1903 attended Williamson Trade School. Mr. Sarge was foreman of the Mack Brick Company operations in Pine Grove at the age of 19, and later owned and operated the Pennsylvania Hotel, which stood at the site of Pine Grove Bank and Trust Company building.

He also conducted an auto dealership and garage for a time in the building behind the present J. Wilson Barto Store. was a lieutenant in the old Company 4th Regiment, PNG, and served as a captain in the 50th Infantry, 3rd Division, in I. A lifetime regret was his inability to convince his superiors to send hm overseas with his men. Instead, he was assigned as an instructor at Fort Ogelthorpe, and an ROTC instructor at Plattsburgh, He then was assigned fessor of Military Science and Tactics at Penn State.

He was selected to go to Russia as military attache to Dr. Edward Sparks, then Penn State president, but Dr. Sparks died before he took his consular post and Mr. Sarge returned to Pine Grove. During World War II, he was a civil defense director.

After leaving the postmastership, Mr. Sarge worked at the Schuylkill County courthouse for a number of years before moving to Legion state as rehabilitation diHe was very active in Republican politics on the county and state level and was an unsuccessful candidate for county commissioner in 1936, running as an independent Republican supported by war veterans. Mr. Sarge was a member of Pine Grove Post No. 374, American Legion; and was a 50-year member of Pine Grove Lodge No.

409, Free and Accepted Masons. In the past, he was an organizer and secretary of the old Pine Grove Civic League, and a member of the troop committee of Boy Scout Troop No. 1, the Harrisburg Consistory, Rajah Temple of the Shrine, the Sojourners, and the 40 et 8, holding local, state, and national offices. He also was an organizer and first secretary of the Pine Grove Rotary Club. Mr.

Sarge is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mertie Bressler Sarge, Pine Grove elementary school teacher, and a son, David, 19, a student at Teterboro, N. School of He also is survived Aeronauticster. Mrs. Lucille Bendigo, Tower City, and two sons, Richard, of Lancaster, and Jack, of Blackwood, N.

J. These children were born to Mr. Sarge and his former wife, Mrs. Naomi Smith Sarge. There are 10 grandchildren.

A sister, Mrs. Margaret Haupt, lives in Seattle, Wash, Mr. Sarge earlier had been; married to Catherine Gensemer, who died in Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1912. She was the daughter of the late George W. Gensemer.

Funeral arrangements were not complete at press time today. ANNUAL RYLAND FAMILY REUNION HELD ON SUNDAY The 26th annual Ryland family reunion was held on Sunday in St. John's Church Grove, Friedensburg. Those named to serve on the 1964 committees are: Wally, Berger, Pottsville, president; Guy Musick, Millersburg, vice president; Mrs. Bertha Wildermuth, Cressona, director for one year; nominating committee, Myron Ryland, Millersburg, Bill Brown and Henry Koenig, Pine Grove; special prize committee, Mrs.

Eleanor Potts, Pottsville, Mrs. Olive Hornberger, Schuylkill Haven; finance committee, Milton Merkey, Pine Grove, Harold Ryland, Friedensburg; game committee, Mrs. Zita Brown, Earl Ryland, Grove; historian, Mrs. Berger, Pottsville; secretarytreasurer, Mrs. Peggy Ryland, Pine Grove.

Snecial prizes were presented to Cindy Ryland, Enola; Mrs. Annie Straub, Pottsville k. D. Mrs. Emma Heffner, Friedensburg; Ryland Merkey, Dallas, Texas and Henry Koenig, Pine Grove.

Attending were: Harold Ryland, Mrs. Emma Heffner, Friedensburg; Mr. and Mrs. Koenig, children Kim, Kathy and Reed, Mr. and Mrs.

Milton Merkey, son Gene, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Brown, Kristi, Mrs. George Koble, daughter Hummel, Mr.

and Mrs. Earl Ryland, son Fritz, Pine Grove; Ryland S. Merkey, Dallas, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ketner, daughter Jo Nadine and Veda Ann, Mr.

and Mrs. Gordon Ketner, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stump, William K. Stump, Mrs.

Grace Hepler, Mrs. Annie Straub, Walter Straub, Pottsville R. D. 1. Mr.

and Mrs. William E. Riland, children Diane and Cindy, Enola; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reighard, children Kathryn and Donald, Pearl River, N.

Mrs. Jean Allen Clayton, Elmhurst, Mr. and Mrs. Nye, Cheryl Lohr, Harrisburg. Phyllis Riland, Mr.

and Mrs. Carson E. Walter and sons, Middleburg; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riland, Mr.

and Mrs. Myron Riland, children Rena and Dean, Mrs. M. Violet Musick, children Gay and Faye, Mrs. Bertha Riland, Millersburg; A.

J. Ryland, Cressona, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Riland, Halifax; Mrs. Riland Ziegler, Dora Zettlemoyer, Mrs.

James Hornberger, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Merkey, children Joan and Gerald, Robert S. Ryland, Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Butcavage, Schuylkill Haven; Dr. A. S. Ryland, Mr. and Mrs.

Douglas Potts, Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Berger, Pottsville; Merrel Sue Miller, Palmyra; Mr. and Mrs.

Ralph Scott Shawn, Hugh and Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. George Mundorf, New Cumberland. The Unudivertised BUSINESS iS GOING DOWN HILL A Da Trinity Reformed Parish of Greater Tremont (UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST) Rev. J.

Addison McIntosh, Pastor Rev. George W. Spotts, Pastor Emeritus St. John's, Newtown-Divine Liturgy, 8 a. Church School 9 a.

m. Communion: 3rd Sunday of the month. St. Peter's, Tremont-Divine Liturgy, 9:15 a. Church School, 10:30 a.

m. Communion: 1st Sunday of the month. Salem, Donaldson--Divine Liturgy, 11:15 a. Church School, 10 a. m.

Communion: 4th Sunday of the month. TENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY Sermon- is our Peace?" Tuesday, 7 p. -Tremont Men Work on Parking Lot. Tuesday, 7:30 p. Aid Outdoor Meeting at Bob Seiger home.

Wednesday, 7:30 p. -Outdoor Meeting of Tremont Women's Guild at Echo Valley. (Men invited to this meeting.) Thursday, 7 p. Men Work on Parking Lot. Thursday, 7:30 p.

Donaldson Choir rehearsals. St. John's Evangelical United Brethren Church Tremont Rev. Richard Blank, Pastor Mrs. Clarence Imschweiler, Organist Morning Worship 9:00 m.

Organist, Mrs. Clarence Imschweiler. Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Monday, 7:00 p.

Fellowship. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting. Tuesday, 8:30 p.

m. Choir rehearsal. Outwood Lutheran Church Pine Grove R. D. 1 Rev.

J. Robert Kehrli, Pastor Fred Schwalm, S. S. Supt. Lemoyne Morgan, Organist Morning Worship 9:00 a.

m. Sunday School 10:00 a. Holiness Christian Pleasant Valley Rev. H. B.

Hess, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 10:30 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.

m. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting. tfn Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses Tremont Presiding Minister, Charles Chyke Sunday, 3:00 p.

Talk. At 4:15 p. Watchtower, Study. Tuesday, 8:00 Study. Thursday, 7:30 p.

m. Ministry School. Thursday, 8:30 p. m. Service Meeting.

Zion Evangelical Congregational (Manbeck's) Rock, Penna. Rev. J. A. Dillon, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.

m. Morning Worship 9:00 a. m. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.

Prayer Meeting. Church Service Announcements Through the Cooperation of the and Are Sponsored By Undersigned Business C. L. Mack Russell Felty GULF OIL GRAIN FEED DISTRIBUTOR Pretty Little Blue Eyed Sally. A bundle of energy and loveliness and in turn loved by everyone in the community.

She is generous, courteous, compassionate, kind to and considerate of she meets. At play she gives it her all and enjoys every game to everyone the fullest, never pouting, asking no special favors nor taking unfair advantage. No wonder the children all look to her for leadership, as do her teachers at school and in her church. It is from such children that magnanimous leadership evolves. If children of latent ability are lacking in some of the qualities that would make "Sallys" of them they must be supplied by proper training and guidance or dangerous leadership could result.

Your church can be and is a source of training for true leadership. Now, more than ever the World needs the finest and by taking an active and earnest part in your church's activities you can help develop many youths who have the capacity to become Sallys. Brethren In Christ Church North Pine Street, Tremont Rev. Homer H. Rissinger, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.

m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Christ's Crusaders, 7:00 p. m. 7:30 p.

message. Monday, 7:30 p. Prayer Circle. Monday, 7:30 p. People's Prayer Bands.

Wednesday, 7:30 p. -Prayer, Praise Bible Study. Tremont Methodist Church Rev. Donald E. Richards, Pastor Sunday School 9:00 a.

m. Morning Worship 10:00 a. m. Sermon by Rev. Kenneth Boohar.

Donaldson Methodist Church Rev. Donald E. Richards, Pastor Sunday School 9:00 a. m. Joliett Methodist Church Rev.

Donald E. Richards, Pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 9 a. m.

Sermon by Rev. Kenneth Boohar. Thursday, 7:00 p. meeting. St.

Paul's Evangelical Congregational Pine Grove Rev. J. A. Dillon, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. m.

Morning Worship 10:30 a. m. met Zion's Lutheran Church Donaldson Rev. F. L.

Hemmig, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a. Mrs. Verna Morgan, Supt, Morning Worship, 9:00 a. m. Miss Marjorie Miller, Missionary to Japan will speak at the Service.

PINE GROVE GIRL'S PARENTS TO ATTEND HER BACCALAUREATE Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Hawkins of Pine Grove R. D. 2 expect to attend the baccalaureate service for the graduating class cf the Harrisburg Institute of Medical Arts, of which their daughter, Sally Ann Hawkins, is a member.

The service will be held in the sanctuary of Memorial Evangelical Lutheran Church at 17th and State Streets, Harrisburg, on Sunday morning, August Miss Hawkins, a 1961 graduate of Pine Grove Area Jt. High School, has accepted a position in the Harrisburg Hospital laboratory. SON AND DAUGHTER SHARE INHERITANCE A son and daughter were named heirs under the will of Mabel I. Zerbe, 67, of Tremont who died July 15, 1963. The $1,000 personal and $4,000 real property estate is shared equally between Paul E.

Zerbe and Mae V. Sharon. The real property consists of premises in Tremont Twp. The son was named executor Atty. Richard A.

Adams representing the estate, St. Paul's Evangelical-U. B. Pine Grove Rev. H.

R. Souder. Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. Mr. Walter Heinbach, Supt.

Morning Worship 10:30 m. Summer Christmas Tree Program, sponsored by the WSWS. Monday, 6:30 p. -Troop 50 BSA. Tuesday, 7:30 p.

Will Class. Schuylkill Church of the Brethren Elder Ammon Merkey In Charge Big Dam 9:00 a. Sunday School. 10:00 a. Worship Service.

Council Meeting, Aug. 5, 7:30 p. No prayer meeting during August. St. Paul's United Church of Christ Ravine Rev.

Roland C. Turnbach, Minister Mrs. Raudenbush, Organist and Senior Choir Directress Mrs. William Love, Junior Choir Directress Carl Zimmerman, S. S.

Supt. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 10:45 a. m.

Jacob's Lutheran Church Pine Grove R. D. 1 Rev. J. Robert Kehrli, Pastor Harold Rehrer, S.

S. Supt. Mrs. Floyd Minnich. Organist Sunday School 9:15 a.

m. Morning, Worship Harold 10:30 Rehrer, a. m. Organist-Choir Director Mrs. Floyd Wednesday, 7:00 p.

Choir. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Luther League. Suedberg Church of God Rev.

G. M. Marzolf, Pastor Carl Adams, S. S. Supt.

Miss Bessie Daubert, Organist Sunday School 9:30 Carl Adams, Supt. Morning Worship, Miss Bessie Daubert, Organist. We Need More Sallys Pilgrim Holiness Church Pine Grove Rev. William J. Hower, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.

m. Morning Worship 10:30 a. m. Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.

Wednesday, 7:45 p. Prayer Meeting. Muir Pilgrim Holiness Church Morning Worship 9:00 a. m. Sunday School 10:00 a.

m. Evening Worship 6:15 p. m. P. Y.

S. Meeting 7:15 p. m. Tuesday, 7:30 p. Meeting.

Christian Science The meaning of SOUL will be brought out in the Lesson-Sermon at all Christian Science churches this Sunday. Golden Text: "Thy way, God, is in the sanctuary: who is so great a God as our God?" (Psalm Related readings from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" of which Mary Baker Eddy the author, will open with this passage (p. 330): "God is infinite, the only substance, Spirit, or Soul, the only intelligence of the universe, including man." An invitation is extended to all to attend the services at 10:30 a. m. in the Masonic Home, 209 S.

Tulpehocken Pine Grove, St. John's Lutheran Tremont Rev. F. L. Hemmig, Pastor Willis Loeb, S.

S. Supt. Marlin Imschweiler, Asst. Supt. Sunday School 9:30 a.

Mr. Willis Loeb, Supt. Mr. Marlin Imschweiler, Asst. Supt.

Morning Worship 8:00 a. m. Miss Marjorie Miller, Missionary to India will speak. The public is invited to attend the Service. Thursday, 6:30 p.

Choir Rehearsal. St. Peter's Lutheran Pine Grove Rev. John E. Youse, Pastor Mrs.

Rankin Fisher, Organist 9:30 a. Sunday School, Mr. John Owens, Supt. 10:35 a. The Church Service, in charge of Mr.

Frederick Fisher. Tuesday, 7:00 p. -The Luther League. Tuesday, 7:00 p. -Boy Scouts.

Thursday, 7:00 p. Choir Practice. St. Peter's United Church of Christ Pine Grove Rev. Roland C.

Turnbach, Minister Mrs. Oscar Heinbach, Organist and Senior Choir Directress Marilyn Miller, Junior Choir Directress Harvey Miller, S. S. Supt. Morning Worship 9:00 a.

m. Sunday School 10:15 a. m. More than 276,000 veterans have been trained in medicine and related fields under GI Bills supervised by the Veterans Administration. Guest Speaker William Berk, Auburn, Pa.

Immaculate Conception, R. C. Tremont Rev. Joseph McGovern, Pastor Sunday Masses 7:30 a. m.

and 10:30 a. m. Week-day a.m. Days and First Friday of the Month--Masses at 7:30 a. m.

and 7:00 p. m. Holy Hour Evening of the first Friday of the month. Our Lady of the Snows, R. C.

Keffers Rev. Joseph McGovern. Pastor Sunday Masses a. m. Holy Days (which do not fall on Sunday) -Masses at 9:00 a.

m. and 7:30 p. m. St. Matthew's Lutheran Ravine Rev.

Sterling F. Bashore, Pastor Mrs. Ernest S. Harris, Organist Miss Sara Culbert, S. S.

Supt. Church Service 8:45 a. m. Sunday School 10:00 a. m.

Donaldson, Pa. Phone 345-4201 Pine Grove Phone 695-3172 Tremont H. L. Snyder Hardware Co. "Your Helpful Handy Funeral Home Hardware Store" Pine Grove, Pa.

Tremont Phone 695-3173 Kender's Store -GROCERIES110 Spring Tremont Phone 695-3597 Morris Manufacturing Inc. East Main Street Tremont, Pa. Hoover's Flying Service Pick Up Delivery Service Dial 695-3548 E. Main St. Tremont St.

John's Lutheran Pine Grove Rev. G. Ziegenfus, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 10:45 a.

The Service. Sunday School Picnic--Afternoon at Camp Pine Grove, Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Sr. Choir.

Are Published Local Ministers the Institutions Charles H. Klinger Contractor 1 Cherry Pine Grove Phone 345-2396 Manbeck Ford Co. A 115 N. Tulpehocken St. Pine Grove Dial 345-2411 Ditzler Bros.

HOME DRESSED MEATS and POULTRY Pine Grove Phone 345-4881 Seven-Up Bottling Co. Phone Pottsville 622-4477 Schneider Davis CONTRACTORS 2040 Mahantongo St. Phone 622-6000 Pottsville The Werner Lumber Co. "Everything for the Builder" GRAIN FEED Pine Grove Phone 345-3081 REGULAR BLOOD HOUNDS After Customers Our Want FOR QUALITY PRINTING By UNION PRINTERS -CallPRESS-HERALD 695-3175 345-3611 be power the to think he.

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