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   Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1947, Bedford, Pennsylvania                               GAZETTE, BEDFORD, PA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1947 PACE SEVEH OBITDARY Funeral Home. Stoystown. H. B.. Strock Dr. Henry 3. Strock, 79. Bed- ford's oldest practicing physician, passed away Saturday. Nov. 29, at at his home on East Penn street, after an illness of several months. He had practiced medicine I Houp. South Greensburg: and Syl- vester Houp, Pittsburgh. Others surviving' are: three brothers and a sister. John E. Thomas of Lock Mrs. Belle Deshong Mrs. Belle Deshong, widow of the late Albert Deshong, died at the home of Mrs. John Snow, Riv- erside, Saturday evening, following a lingering illness. She was born at Wells Tannery .January 15. Want Ads d. -tt. JL j Haven. Robert Thomas of Balti- 1 1867- daughter of William ana more Md, Isaac Thomas of Rid- Amanda J. (Duvall) Snow. Sne was wit Jo- dlesburg and Mrs. Anna Brisin of j united in marriage with Jo- in Bedford for 52 years. A son of Henry M. and Lucinda Tvrone: three grandchiidren and seph Gracey. Surviving is a step- three great-grandchildren. son, Roy Deshong, of Wells Tan- three Mrs. Houp was a member of She was a (BarreU) he was born at the Brethren Church of Kiddles- Metnodist Church. Springzown, Bucks county, August burg. electricity, spring, 131 acres of ground._ JLocated on hard road. Bear to left leaving 'Clearville. and corner Pitt and Anderson streets, Bedfotd. Phone 174-Z. GR-9-5-tf MEN'S NAVY Melton Cloth jack- ets, lined, with four pockets and j zipper, MAURICE'S, Bed- ford and Everett. Pa. GR-i2-4-lt v. f member of the. 8. 1868. He matriculated at the academy there and in 1894 was graduated with honors from the Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia. He located in Saxion. where he remained for one year, then came to Bedford, acquiring the praciicce of Dr. Amos C. Tay- lor, who removed to Altoona. He was ior 40 years the only nome- epataic physician in the county, built up an extensive and lucra- tive practice and was worthy of the esteem he enjoyed the past 53 years. He brought into the world hundreds of Bedford county babies and for the past 70 years had been in perfect health. He will be greatly missed in the coinmuniiy. In addition to his private prac- tice, he served two periods of con- siderable length as medical dir- The funeral service was held in No a al FOR SALE 1947 International Truck, .model K-5, stake body. ton. 1200 miles. Also Estate Heatrola' oil-burning stove. Two hogs, dressing 250 Ibs. Phone Ev- j the'RobertV Huff funeral chapeL I Tannery Wednesday afternoon at 2j Saxton, on Thursday. The Rev. Mr. o'clock, with Rev. Barnes, of Tnree iciating. Interment was Helse! officiated. Interment was In Springs officiating. Fochler Cemetery. Mrs. Fannie Wright made in the church cemetery un- j 5 der the supervision of the Balen- tine Funeral Service. j CHRISTMAS GIFT Suggestions- Mrs. Fannie E. Wright, respect- j ed Six Mile Run resident, died a' j Yeagle Humbert-son 8 D. m. "Thursday. Xov. 27. at the Humbertson. who had _ ______ a; hio> n n IQ home of her son, Chester Wright I been making his home with his ecior at the Bedford Springs Hotel, William and Chester Wright. Six was physician for the County! Mile Run; and Marshall Wright. Home for 29 years and for 15 years Wood, was a member of the Bedford boro school board, being its president O' Six Mile Run I nephew, Cris Brockey, at Chaneys- in Broad Top Township, j at on March 12. 1874, she was the 1 fcovember wasx.oom daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles j 9, 1876, at Frostburg Mary- Her husband died 24 years land, a son of George E. and Mary- etta Humbertson. deceased. His wife, the former Belle Boogs. pre- ceded him in death 41 years ago. These children survive: James G. Humbertson. Cumberland: George E., Youngstown. Ohio, and Mrs. Six children are surviving: Mrs. Austin Thomas, Hopewell; Mrs. Anna May Mellott, Hustontown; Albert Wright, Wells Tannery; for 13 years. He was active in Re- publican politics, a member "of'the Reformed church and orders: j Life member of Bedford Lodge 320 j F. and A. M. and of Royal Arch Chapter 255 of Bedford: Harris- burg Consistory A. A. S. R_ Moun- tain Corcmandery Xo. 10 Knights Templar and of Jaffa Temple. Al- toona. In 1898 he was united in mar- riage to Myrtle White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dexter White. -She died Sept 4. 1928. A daughter, Louise Hadfield. died Jan. 13, 1935. Ivlay 27, .1931. he was married TO Pauline (Giichrist) Phil- delphia who survives together 'with two A., wife of Frederick J. Schneider of Hat- h bcro and Henry B. Sirock. jr.. of I Pittsburgh. He is also survived by' I three Mar- jorie Schneider Farrell of Rich- mond. Calif.: Mrs. Betty Schneider Pfeil of., Hartsville: Dorothy Jean Hadfield, now attending Pennsyl- vania State College for Women at two ren, Barbara Jane Farrell and Ka- ren Louise PfeiL His only brother. Clinton, preceded him in death a number, of years ago. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the late re- sidence, his pastor, Rev. Thomas D. Gamer, "in charge. Interment was in Bedford cemetery-under the dir- of the Pate funeral "home. The funeral service was held at Hopewell R. D.. on Sunday. The Rev. R. K. Ebersole officiated. Bur- ial was in the Presbyterian Ceme- tery at Shermans Valley. Foster Hiteshew Foster IHiteshew." aged 57.. his home at New Paris, R. D.j.JSun-. {Bender) day. Nov. 28. He had are Mrs. Carrie Miller Mrs. Carrie {Miller died at the home of a grandson. Nelson Shaf1 ier, Schellsburg. 1. Tuesday, Dec. 2. She was born Sept. 2, 1862, a daughter of Samuel and Barbara (Custer) Lape. She was married to Henry Miller who died in 1918. She is survived by these chil- dren: Mrs. Nettie Ferguson. Bed- ford. R. 2: Mrs. Ella Shaffer, Schellsburg: Mrs. Marie Davis. Somerset; Charles, Bedford: R. 3; Harry. Schellsburg. R. 1 and Nor- man and Bruce, New Paris R. D. Also surviving are a brother. Sam- uel Lape. Mcnaca: Mrs. Margaret Gradj-. Johnstown; 53 grandchild- ren. 44 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Four children are deceased. Funeral services will be conduct- ed Friday afternoon at 2. o'clock, at the E. U. B. church. Helixville, the Rev. M. L. Wilt and the Rev. G. Ardell officiating. Burial will be in the Helixville- cemetery. Friends will be received at the Mickle funeral home. Schellsburg. Agnes Griffin. McKeesport. Two brothers Elsworih, Artemas, and Jerome, of Frostburg. also survive. Mr. Humbertson was a member of the Jr. O. U. A. Mechanics. Fun- eral services were held in Cum- 4 berland Saturday afternoon. In- terment followed in the Green- mom cemetery at that place. Irvin Levi Shaffer Irvin Levi Shaffer of Johnstown, R. 8. died Dec. 1 of a heart attack while hunting in W. St. Clair Tvv-p. -He was born near Helixville, Nov. 30, 1873. a- son of Levi and: Barbara, for three-weeks but had suffered children: Mrs. Wesley Wolfe. Mrs. from a heart ailment for four years, j Rassell Cox and Clarence Shaffer James Frank Berkebile James Frank Berkebile died at his home in Johnstown at a. m.. Saturday, Nov. 27. He was bom July 25, 1871, in New Paris, a son of Samuel and Mary (McVicker) Berkebile. He is sur- vived by these children: Mrs. Jessie Allen. Mrs. Bessie Price, Glenn R. Berkebile, Johnstown: James. Al- toona: Harry E., Johnstown. R. 8 Also surviving is a brother. Low- man Berkebile, Johnsto-.vn. FOR Ford 2 dr.. good condition Nevr'tires battery. J. H, Hoover, Osterburg. FOFT-SALE New combustioneer stoker, suitable for 8 to 10 room house. Electric and gas water heaters, kerosene or fuel oil water heaters. Russell E. Fritz, I 545 W. Pitt Si. Phone 97. j GR110-2-tf j GEESE FOR SALE Mrs. Oscar i HELP for one Beegle, Rt. 1, Everett. OPPORTUNITY man interested in independent busi- ness with Company assistance. Earn S50 to S75 weekly profits handling widely known Wat- kins Products in rural area. Need car .no cash investment. Write Dept. ENI, Box 367, New- ark, N. J. YOUR OWN BUSINESS on our cap- Rawleigh Dealers earn big profits. Products on credit- Start in East Central Bedford county. Exceptional opportunities for in- dustrious men. Write Rawleigh's Dept. PNL-58Q-170. Chester. Pa. winter who would rent theiri house to reliable couple. Phone 279. "FOR FOR at 502 E. Penn St. Phone Bedford 216-Y. FURNISHED for two. Clem Johnson. 'LOST AND FOUND" leather biilfold con- taining pictures and money. Re- i ward. Theresa Hickey, Manns Choice. COMING Bazaar and Bake Sale at Craw- ford's Hardware, sponsored by Junior Aid. Church of the Breth- Everett, from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Saturday. Dec. 6. There will be a bazaar and bake sale at the Ford Garage Friday Dec. 5, beginning at !0 a. m, by the ladies of the Reformed Church. Bedford. Many articles for Christ- mas. GR-12-4-ltch Rayo lamps, burnished electrified, doughtrays, sleigh bells, dishes, glass and china, hooked rugs. Wm.! Snell, Forks Inn. j j FOR SALE Large size Moose heatrola. practically new. Apply j at 309 W. Main St.. Everett. GR-12-4-H" FOR Ford Coupe. 1936 Pontiac Sedan, 1937, Plyuouih Coupe, Heatrola stove, 907 North Soring St., Everett. GR-ll-20-3r MEN'S COTTON ribbed under- shirts. 48c. MAURICE'S. Bedford and Everett, Pa. GR-12-4-H 1 i day each week for laundry and i i housework, steady employment. i Call Bedford 459. FOR SALE-Farmall 12 tractor, on rubber with cultivators. Also Little Genius tractor plow, 12 in. I bottoms. Charles Kagarise, Cur- rvville. Phone Martinsburg j 24-R-13. GR-12-4-3t 19R la-K GR-ll-20-5tch FOR pigs. -7 weeks old. George Barkley, Buffalo Mills. j GR-12-4-ltch FOR SALE Dry kindling wood, S5.00 per truck load, delivered locally and dumped. Allegheny Wood Products Co. Inc.. Everett, Phone 202. GR-lft-23-if FOR Bulova wrist perfect running condition. Marv Leader. Phone 87-W. 1 HEWED WHITE PINE LOGS for sale, 15 to 30 feet long, enough to build 2-story house. Walter Cessna, Box. 421, Bedford. FOR deluxe Ford car, i _ x ___.-____> -s i enamel coal fully equipped, Walter Wei-ant, Cessna. A-l condition. 1 mi. north of GR-12-lt- Miss-Christina Keiter Christina Alcinda Keller died at her home in Manns Choice. Satur- day, Nov. 27. She was born in Manns Choice June 19. 1863, a daughter of John and Mary 'Dull> Keller. Surviving are a brother. William H. Keller and a sister. Effie Keller both of Manns Choice. Funeral services were held last Sunday afternoon at the Dry Ridge Reformed Church, of which she was a memoe-. Rev. Clarence Whetstone officiating. Interment made in the Dry Ridge Cemetecy. FOR young ewes. Paul Phone 812-R-21. GR-12-4-H- wood range, very good condition. George Wevant, New Paris, Rt. 1. GR-Il-26-3ts FOR piece warnut veneer dining room suit, drop leaf break- fast table. G ft extension table. 1. 8MM rifle and box shells. Mrs. Mildred Blackburn. St. Clairs- ille. GR-12-4-U" FOR weeks'-old pigs. Harry Clark, Schellsburg. FOR Jersey cows, 1 close springer. J. Aisorf Miller. Bed- ford, Rt. 4. GR-ll-27-2t" FOR trailers, readj to roll and ready to live in. Come in and view these (new) Buck- eye Coaches. Dibert and Thomas (Amoco) Bedford. G-R-l-10-tf FOR snow suits, sizes 6 a'nd "4. both in excellent condi- tion. 248 W. Penn Street MEN'S WOOL and Part Wool top- GR-ll-26-tf coats and overcoats S15.00 MAU- _-.._. _. t RICE'S RPdford and EvonUt I 'r? P, stable 22x38. pine floor, hemlock i metal roof, lumber i WANTED TO BUY EGGS and POULTRY We pick up ai your farm and de- liver to metropolitan markets'. We pay top prices at an times Get our prices before you selL Farm- er's Marketing Service. Phone Bedford S22-R-14 GR-8-27-tf HIGHEST PRICES PAID for Lo- cust Posts. Inquire Queen Lum- ber Company. Claysburg, Pa. MISCELLANEOUS GEORGE L. DALY, Real We have properties for sale in 5-county area. May we help you buy or sell? Write P. O. Box 451 or'phone 192 or 347, Windber. GR-8-28-tf RICE'S. Bedford and Everett. Pa. GR-12-4-lt FOR typewriters. One L. C. Smith, one Remington Noiseless. Both standard office machines in excellent condition. Suitable for student use or small business. R. L. Wood. J. "At the Willows" between Bedford and Everett. Phone 837-R-12. GR-12-4-2tch FARM LOANS FARMERS When you neec money for seed, fertilizer, feed, machinery, live- stock, or any other farm call at Madore's law office any Friday morning or contact J. F. R Beach, Woodbury, representative of Farmers Production Credif Assn. of Hollidavsburg. G-R-3-6-tt AMBULANCE SERVICE to any place, day or night. New Cadil- lac eauioment. S. Alton Barefoot, Phone 318, Bedford- GR-10-2-tf VISIT TOY TOWN Select your gift toys now while selection is at its peak. Use our lay-away plan. Maurice's. Bedford store GR-il-26-ti _ in good-condition Charles Imler. j For service call Mrs. Ida Jane McElwee Mrs. Ida Jane McElwee, widow of William McElwee, died at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Friday at 3" o'clock. Shejvvas born at Amnerst, FOR Graham 4 door I sedan, rebuilt motor, good con- I diiion. Price reasonable. Florence I. Zimmers, Mann's Choice. Rt. 1. Ida f FOR week old pigs. Clay- l ton Smith, nhone Charlesville GR-12-4-21 He was a son of George arid Delia t-ail of Johnstown, R. D.: Mrs. M. S. Surviving are two daughters, j Washington. D. C. Also Mrs. Edward T. Freeman of Long! J Beach. Calif., and Mrs. Ida BoHman: Hiteshew. He served 13 infantry during months in the World War I. He is by his wife. Anna Marie; two children, Byron and Edward. New Paris. R. D.: a broth- er Lester, Windber, R. D. and a j Mrs. Earl Wentz. Alum j Bank. R. D., and two grandchildren. Ivlernbership was held in the Evan- gelical United Brethren church, New Paris. Military funeral services condueted at the church Monday afternoon. Burial was in the church cemetery under the direction of the Geisel funeral home of Alum Bank. Mrs. Sadie Dibert Mrs. Sadie E. Dibert. aged 79, died at her home in Pleasant Val- ley at p. m.. Saturday, Nov. 30. She was born Oct 4. 1868. in Bed- ford county, a daughter of John and Margaret fRitchey) Yont. She was married to Grant Dibert who died in 1932. 1 She is survived by two children, Mrs. Margaret Koontz. Bedford, R. 3. and Charles E. Dibert. Renovo. Also surviving are a brother, Charles Yont. Bedford, and three sisters: Mrs. Annie Wertz. Bedford: Airs. Daisy Clark, Altoona, and Mrs. L. A. Dibert. Cullon. Member- ship was held in the Imlertown Re- formed church. Funeral services were conducted at the church Wednesday morning the Rev. J. Earl Dobfas officiating. Interment was in the Bedford ceme- tery under the direction of the Gei- sel funeral home of Bedford. Clarence M, Fetter Clarence M. Fetter, a lifelong resident of Salemville. passed away at has home Wednesday, Nov. 26. Mr. Fetter was for 30 years a thresherman. retiring because of ill health. He was a charter member of the Salemville band and played in the organization for more than 30 years. He is survived by his wife and these children: Uhler. Calif.: Rich- ard, Washington: Mrs. Reginald Heath and Mrs. John Wiercioch, N. J.: Mrs. at home. His youngest son. Clarence, jr., lost his life in the invasion of France, June 31. 1944. Also surviving are a broth- er, J. O. Fetter, Salemville, and tnree grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted r.t the Salemville Brethren church of which he was a member. Mrs. Martha Houp Mrs. Martha Mahala Houp of Riddlesburg. widow of Harrison Houp. died in Harrisburg Monday, Nov. 24. She was born in Six Mile Run on March 3. 1864, the daughter of Elijah and Priscilla (Ward) Thomas. Five children are surviving: George Houp, Buffalo. N. Y.: Mrs. Earl Rishell. Manteno, Rich- ard Houp, Toledo, Ohio: Arnold O.: Mrs. Wilson Ellenberger, Bur- goon, O.: Mrs. Maggie Mann, New Paris: Mrs. Rebecca Blough. Johns- town. R. D. He was a member of the Helix- ville E. U. B. Church where funeral services will be conducted today, these brothers and sisters: Blair and Martin, Old Fort, O.: Harry, Port- two brothers and three sisters, three age: Mrs. Harry Findley, Freemont. grandchildren and three great- Feb. 1874 a daughter o John and Virginia Stinnett and was married FOR portable rype- writer. like new. Table model radio, good condition. Arthur S. Amick. Rt. 1. Everett- Phone 78-J. GR-12-4-2tch June 16. 1397. at Six Mile Run. grandchildren. Mrs. McElwee was a member of the Methodist church of Defiance. .pec. 4, at p. m. Interment -will "be made in the Helixville Cemetery under the direction of Funeral Home. John Barton Heming Fanny R. Davis Mrs. Fanny R. Davis died Thurs- day. Nov. 27. at her home in Bed- ford. She was born at Schellsburg. R. 2. Feb. 25. 1865. a daughter of B. H. and Ruhanna (Sill) Hunt She married to Burr K. Davis who preceded her in death. John Barton Heming died at the she is survived by two broth- home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank j ers. g. jj. Hunt. Bedford. R- 2. Her- James. Bedford street. Wednesday. bert Hunt. Beilevue. and a sister. He was born in Cumberland Val- J lyfrs Virginia Gump. Bed- ley. 30. 187o, a son of Joseph ford Membership was held in the and Julia Ann (Price) Heming. He i Presbyterian church, was married to the. former Nellie Weaverling in 1898. His wife pre- ceded him in death. He is survived by these children: Alphonsus. Cessna: Theodore. Im- lertown: Tracy. St. Clairsville. Ohio, and Mrs. Frank James, Bed- ford- Also surviving are a brother, EmanueL Imlertown, and two sis- ters Mrs. Anna Shunk. Beavertown. Ore., and Mrs. Cora Russell, Imler- town. Membership was held in the Pleasant Hill Reformed church. Funeral services will be con- ducted at o'clock Friday af- ternoon at the residence on Bedford street the Rev. J. Earl Dobbs of- ficiating. Interment will be at Mc- Connellstown under the direction of the Barefoot funeral home- Mrs. Zipporah Grubb Mrs. Dewey Grubb. respected res- ident of Riddlesburg. died in the Everett Hospital, Nov. 28. 1947. She was born in Broad Top Twp.. Dec. 10. 1905. a daughter of William and Alice 'Figard) Spargo. On June'6. 1927 she was married to Dewey Grubb, who survives. Also surviv- ing are her father and two brothers. Walter and Paul W. Spargo both of Riddlesburg. Funeral services were held Mon- day afternoon at the home of her father in Riddlesburg, Rev. James Garthoff officiating. Interment was in the Everett Cemetery under the direction of the Huff Funeral Home. Mrs. Annie Grady Mrs. Annie Grady died at her home Jn Shanksville Monday after- noon. Dec. 1. She was born in New Buena Vista, January 28, 1860. a daughter of John and Mary (Mil- ler) Kegg. Her husband. K. H. Gra- dy. died several years ago. Surviving are one daughter. Mae, at home: one sister, Mrs. Albert Su- der, New Buena Vista; and one brother. Samuel Kegg, Akron, O. Funeral services will be held at p. m. today. Dec. 4. at the Grady home. Rev. Arthur Miller of- ficiating. Interment will be in the Walker Cemetery, Shanksville, un- der the direction of the Deaner Mrs. Edna N. Sproat Mrs. James E. Sproat Everett R. D. 2, died at her late home Friday morning of last week following a lingering illness. She had suffered a heart attack several months ago and had been confined to her home since then. Harper E. Smith Harper E. Smith of Altoona. died at the Altoona Hospital early Mon- day morning. Mr. Smith, a widow- er, had been united in marriage with Ethel Holsinger on the Sat- urday evening previous. Imler. Phone 223 Osterburg. G-R.-ll-26-2tch 1000 PAIRS of Men's Dress Hose, short or full length. 33c. MAU- RICE'S. Bedford and Everett. Pa. GR-12-3-H FOR SALE Kalamazoo combina- tion range, coal and electric. In fine condition. Priced reasonable. J. L. Furrv. Phone Loysburg 5-R- 12. GR-ll-26-2tch COAT overcoats and topcoats. Regular S35 values. S25. Regular values. S15. Mau- J. B. LOHMAN agent Bedford Pa. Phone 17G-W or 9375 repre- senting FARM BUREAU WJ- TUAL INS. GO'S. Life. ll-21-46tf FOR Chevrolet truck, flat bottom tons, U license in j good condition. 49 West Third Ave., Everett ELECTROCAP YOUR TIRES Thermostatically-controlled h e a t j conducted by the calrod electric element, covered by 4 inches of in- sulation, keeps all heat at tread of tire, eliminating sidewall heat, urr- dercures, soft spots and unbalanced tires. Also, tread is flat, cured at 175 Ib pressure, .giving the utmost rice's. Bedford and Everett in traction, wear and safety. They GR-ll-26-tf, are not recaps but Electrocaps. -----------------------------------------------j Knob-tread for winter. Wave-tread FOR SALE Young men's summer. Phone 11-R-3. J. A. mix Dress Pants. Regular Electrocap Tire Shop, value. S5.97. Maurice's, Bedford Schellsburg. Pa. 7-24-tf and Everett. GR-ll-26-tf MEN'S COTTON ribbed Unions. S1.97 to S2.69. MAURICE'S, Bed- ford and Everett. Pa. GR-12-S-lt FOR 14 ft truck, stake 240. Bedford Garage. GR-12-4-ltch FOR Philco radio, newlv repaired, 3306 E. John St. SUIT SALE Men's and young men's Suits. 100 wool. Regular S35 value. S20. Maurice's. Bedford and Everett MOVED Grace GR-ll-2S-tf i Morris Beautv Parlor has moved _______________________ from Ridenour Bldg. to 233 E. Penn St Phone 195-X. GR-12-4-3t HELP WANTED WANTED Woman wants day WAREHOUSE storage scace avail- work. Phone 81-X-2. Bedford j able. Phone 190. GR-12-4-ltch !________________________ SANTA CLAUS will be at MAU- RICE'S. Saturday. December 6, 2 j p. m. to 4 p. m. Farmer with family help to oper- j WANTED TO RENT I ate dairy farm, Rufus H." Hammer, j GR-12-3-lt i real-estate Bedford Pa. (WILLING TO PAY HIGH RENT _________j GR-10-23-tI tp anyone going south for the FOR SALE Cook. Rt 2. Stock bull. W. A. Bedford. FOR -'HER" CHRISTMAS GiFT, why not a Spencer Individually Designed Support? It will give her two precious assets new j beauty agd better health! Lovely j materials from which to choose. Mrs. Lela B. Williams. Phone 38- W, Everett. Pa. GR-12-3-ltch FOR SALE Lincoln Zephyr two- tone green sedan. Radio, heater and defroster. Good rubber. Per- i feet inside and out See Owen Hartle, Alum Bank, Saturday or j Sunday. Inquire at Allison's Ser- i vice Sta. GR-12-4-lich JAMES E. KILCOIN Jr. BEDFORD, PA. Concrete Lennels Chimney Blocks Steel Window Sills Concrete Paint Phones: Res. 304-X Plant 837-R-15 FOR SALE DS-50 dump, new tires. Bedford 807-R-2. International Cheap. Phone Resolutions of Respect Whereas, it has pleased our Hea- venly Father to call from our midst our beloved and faithful Brother. Charles E. Diehl, a member of Cair.D Xo. 412. P. O. S. of A. Charlesville. Pa. Resolved, thai we. the members of Camp 432. extend to his family and friends our heartfelt sympathy and commend them to the Heaven- ly Father who said, "Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest" -Resolved, that our charter be draped for 30 days as a token respect for our deceased brother, that these resolutions be recorded on the minutes and a copy be sent to his family. George Clites. Clyde Koonrz. Lee O. Diehl. Committee. HAVE A BAD COLD? Let us help you with our special cold capsules. .and lei us stop that hacking cough RX-83. It really works. Ickes Drug Store, Phone 52, Bedford. GR-10-23 -Isold MOTORS We have received a limited sup- ply of H. P. motors for immediate sale. Briggs and Strat- ton gas motors H. P. in stock. Russell E. Fritz, 545 W. FOR SALE Kenmore gasoline washer, service one year, practi- cally Alda Mae Harr. A.lum Bank. Rt 1, near Lovely. GR--12-4-U' FOR Plymouth sedan, price reasonable Leplev. Bedford. R. 1. LARD FOR SALE Phone 826-R-ll. John Dively. GR-I2-4-1T HOLIDAY SPECIAL COLD WAVES NOW 88 I'Were 810) BEAUTY SALON PHONE 283-VV 445 E. PiTT ST. and Everett, Pa. Work Bedford GR-12-4-U FOR heavy duty Clark j Cut awav tractor disc. Russell E. Fritz. 545 W. Pitt St, Phone 97. GR-10-2-tf! FOR SALE 1 Frigidaire Electric 1 hot-water heater, glass-lined tank. 50 gallon capacity, excel- lent condition. Phillips, 439 E. ford. Mrs. John L. Penn St.. Bed- GD-ll-6-tfch FOR Holland concrete mixers; complete line of shallow and deep well water systems; disc j harrows; DeLaval Milkers and separators. Complete stock of milker parts, oil and supplies. Harvey Red Head Hammermills and G. welders, Russell E. Fritz, 545 W. Pitt St, Bedford. GR-9-18-tf. Pitt St Phone 97. GR110-2-tf FOR house, cellar, f ZIMMERMAN'S 2 Miles From Bedford on Detour Road to Everett Phone Bedford O. Box 219 All Privately Owned ALL CARS PRICED BY OWNER List your car with me. You keep car until sold PAUL LEON ZIMMERMAN, Mgr. S. Alton Barefoot FUNERAL SERVICE AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE 318 GEISEL HOME for FUNERALS Established 1919 Phone Bedford 49-Z Complete Ambulance Service Alum Bank Phone Fishertown 9-R-2 Treat your Car to Sinclair products COMPLETE STOCK OF CORDUROY TIRES For All Passenger Cars EFFICIENT SERVICE ALWAYS WE ARE EQUIPPED FOR WHEEL BALANCING Boor's Service Station 525 W. Pitt LUTHER BOOR, Prop. Formerly Landis Service Station Phone 9368 Bedford1, Pa. We're Headquarters for LIONEL lectrlc Trains We still have a limited number of sets available Good selection of models. Complete line of switches, signals, transformers and other accessories. RUSSELL E. FRITZ 109 S. Richard St. Phone 249 Bedford, Pa. ICE CREAM HOLIDAY SPECIALS We are following ice creams as our specials for the coming holiday season. Egg Nog Fruit Salad Mince Pudding Nesselrode Pudding These flavors are available in bulk, pint packages and our economical half-gallon containers at the following prices: Bulk Dipped Pint Packages Factory Filled Pint Packages Gallon Sealrights 35c 27c 85c Tree Center Bricks Rich Vanilla Ice Cream j- Green Tree Center 54c quart The finest ice cream in Bedford Velvety Smoothness .....Superior Quality .......Distinctive Flavor ALWINE'S South Richard Street   

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