All posts by lititzrecord

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    Clyde Leon White 73, Army vet, collected classic cars, former Charles Chips employee

    Clyde Leon White was born November 4, 1940, in the village of Oregon, Lancaster County. A graduate of Manheim Township High School, Class of 1958, he worked for several years for Charles Chips, Mountville, and then served...

    • Posted April 2, 2014
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  • Alice Martzall 65, former Lancaster Farming employee

    Alice Martzall died March 24, 2014 at Lancashire Hall nursing home. Alice worked for Lancaster Farming in Ephrata for 25 years before retiring three years ago. She is survived by her mother, Helen Sechrist, of Myerstown; and...

    • Posted April 2, 2014
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    Taste of the Town – March 27, 2014 Edition

    Who’s ready for spring? Fiorentino’s is looking forward to spring and summer with fresh salads, grilled vegetables, tasty pasta dishes, innovative sandwiches, refreshing beverages and an all-new rain or-shine patio deck. The patio has been so popular...

    • Posted March 28, 2014
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  • Junior midfielder Jamie Martin navigates in traffic for the Warwick girls lacrosse team against Cocalico in its Section One opener on Monday. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
  • Cigars were once Lititz’s top industry and the practice of licking the final product, odd by today’s standards, was apparently common practiceat one time. Hygiene prevailed in 1914. This photo shows the former Evans cigar factory on North Broad Street.
  • Pfc. Richard J. Neidermyer of Lititz was killed in action in 1944.
    1944: Local soldier killed in Italy

    1914: Practice of ‘cigar licking’ prohibited 10 Years Ago Click to see slideshow Thursday’s Record Express March 25, 2004 • Spring Cleaning – Saturday was the first day of spring. For some, the best way to celebrate...

    • Posted March 28, 2014
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  • Michael C. Upton
    Putting the ale in India

    Many moons ago, the world was a much different place. Ice did not simply fall out of a machine attached to your upright freezer door. An army did not zip across the world in hours via jet...

    • Posted March 27, 2014
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  • ‘Grease’ not as family-friendly as touted

    Editor, Record Express, Last weekend I went to see Warwick’s High School Musical “Grease.” As with all Warwick’s productions they are done with excellence (vocals, acting, choreography, music etc.) and this was no exception. I could tell...

    • Posted March 26, 2014
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  • Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans

    Editor, Record Express, On Jan. 27, 1973 the document now known as the Paris Peace Accord was signed. This agreement was to end the war and restore peace in Vietnam. The last POWs were to leave Hanoi...

    • Posted March 26, 2014
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  • Steven Seeber, Editor
    What’s new?

    In talking to Barry West and Jim Tribble this week, you realize that in every person you pass on the street, even in a small town like Lititz, there are amazing stories. How many of them are...

    • Posted March 26, 2014
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