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   Daily Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1954, Bedford, Pennsylvania                                Glass ot dotfg ChrisllaH meets at home of and Adnm County Pomona Orange al Bedford tkange Ses sions at and Cove Volunteer Fire CotnpaHy meeting at Loysburg five 8 County P o m o n a Grange meeting ril 4W6mehs Guild of Grace to meet in the socialtoom of lite church at 5r Sand and1 Livewlfft Rays CoVe Christian g u 1 a r meeting Bfeczewood Fire Show al High sponsored Wesleyan Ser vice Barndoltar Meth od si show at Everett High sponsored by Wesleyan Service Day Prayer Union ser vices at Matthews Lutheran j will be held atl Everett Southern Joint High School i FFAfaients i Smith Branch of Memorial I Hospital Auxiliary lo meet Whetstone Insurance Day of Prayer services j tobe held in the Church in New Paris at Allen president Franklin and Marshall Theolog1 to speak at World Day of Prayer services at Bcd lord Presbyterian church at 8 Everyday Events In Everett and Fred Nine of Phila Miss Harriet Crissman and Charles Flint of Elsie Kessel of Gettysburg and Emma Nine of West Vir were weekend guests of Mary George Higgonbolhnm of is visiting her Elmer and Milton and son and and Donald Allen of Baltimore spent Saturday with and John and Raymond Lewis vis ited relatives and friends in Dan viiic over the and George Ritchey of were weekend guests in the home of Alice Ritchey Brevities From Bedford and John are enjoying a two weeks vacation in and Robert Shoemaker of are visiting and Don Reiley this J ftoSc Mflfgnrel Mary tin Frank Jaiiellri Schells Jonnn Annie BvcretU Waller Sutvlvors of the late Cleovgb of Pa who passed away roquesled It be noted that two nfid h dnilgrueV preceded him Irl df died May Evangelist to Speak At To and Cidorgo To John Bod a Mfiiy Lloyd Benjamin Rebecca Special evangelistic services VVtll begin al Sunday Mafch and continue every excepl Monday nt the IlcasaiUvillc As i Rptnbly of God Kvangellst will he Dicker I son of Evangelist I DicUcrsnn whs a cripple for It years j until healed by UK power of Miss Jeanne a student In the fiermantowh Sehobl of her cap at a Capping Cerembtiy held Tuesday March at the Presbyterian Crurch ofthe King received the reetgnltlon of dbtainlnfl the high est average In the class the first She Is the daugh teC of artd Louis King of BiCounty Christian Group at Conference The Second Quarterly Session of the BedfordFulton Con ference met at Jerusalem Church on February All congregations of Ihe confer ence were nil ministers wore present except one who was After reports and special music there followed a bits ness session after which came ad journment for lunch provided by the ladies of the The afternon was taken up by routine business and report of the Young Peoples group followed a sermon by Charles An outstanding feature of the con ference was the singing by the several Sunday School classes under the direction of Fvank Ray Mallow who sang several duets with guitar accompaniment and child song sters Rodney and Lou Swain who sang two beautiful The sesssion was very inspiration al throughout and all are looking forward to the next meeting which will be held at Mays Chapel Christian Church in Ihe date to be announced by Reba Mil acting DAR Banquet Is Held At New Hoffman Hotel Approximately 50 persons attend ed Ihe banquet held Tues day at the New Hoff man Holer and enjoyed a delicious turkey Special music was provided Ralph Ncvilt and Tolberti accompanied on the piano by Clarence Edna presided dud Missi Fanny organizing was among the guests Past regents wore introduced by Pate who also gave of The invocation was by Stunkard and Grace Minnich led in the Pledge to the Clarence Pylc was chairman of the banquet with Lloyd John The Ladies Auxiliary of the Breexcwood Fire Com puny held Its regular meeting Fire Monday March Plans are being made lo hold a bake sale to bohold In the near These officers were present Pres Fayo Will Thelma Col lodge and Alvina Several members were siock mflrftot run mw cultlci today nfte WUr straight nnd closed Wlttl irregular si i Dim lenders provided a pricj Wcstmnhtniso was yester day nnd opened today oil a block or shares up 3 tt hit n ol VI and closed al up ft WHS second most nCtlvc AI the top of Iho most active list CurtissWrighlaiP al n with shaics n bluck of shards at In third planwas Southern Pacific up Ps at The Associated Press nverage of GO slocks lost 20 cents al It up 20 ccnls yesterday nl a now for the year antl only nway frnm thn 19ri3fi4 high mark esliiblishod a year ago In Then the average was ill its best level nearly 24 Farm 3 Cattle yards well cleared of fat Calves choice grades iDcal sales lightweights HORS little trading in dull mar Sheep lombs are Presidents Job Continued from Page 1 The Red important to a in peace than it is in time of Kindness lo fellow New March 3 EHle egg prices were unsettled to Receipts Wholesale sell ini prices based on exchange and other volume New York spot duotaliotui follow Includes nearby Whiles Top quality 4850 Ibs 47 mediums Browns Top duality 4K50 mediums New March 3 about Receipts Mainc Brenncman and Louis Cards were played afterthe ban Alma Over won first prize at with Emory Arnick second First prize at 500 was Won by Roy Cessna and second prize by Hazel The guest prize was won by Richard Announce Engagement and Ernest of announce the engagement oftheir Betty to Donald son of Bruce West Third has been for the wed There are about fur farms in the United Ellis Now Serving in Korea Ellis son of Stella 236 Spring is with the 40th Infantry Division which was re cently awarded the Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Cilation in Thedivision was cited by Pres ident Syngman Rhee for its de fense of Heartbreak the Punch Bowl and other great battles of the the Rhee We will never forget how you have sacrificed and how much you have suffered in keeping this nation who joined the Sun shine division last is a rifle man in the 160th infantry COUNT QUALITY isnt always an indication of I says Sanria Penn State home management This is especially true of furniture where a design of timeconsuming detail may add to the cost but to the John Raised to Rank of 1st Lieutenant John maintenance of ficer at Grenfer Air Force New has ben notified of his advancement lo the rank of First He is the son of and John Hull of South Richard Bed At the air has super vision over shops and repair He is a graduate of the engineer ing school at Pcnnsylvanit State Plan Services Friday Evangelistic services will1 bo held Friday night at in the Oster buig Grange Louis Shaw is the with the Gospel Team from the Dry Ridge Taber nacle in There will be spe cial Excise from a j film daily wanted to know if a bill went through in a particular would he veto it Couldnt Eisenhower since you never know in advance exactly what a bill would have in You may have to take some castor the President with the sweet USE OUR WANTADS Jc Bangs Dronfe With Tray In NY Night Club March 3 Berle Chded an argument in a BioHdwSy IbStalirant parly today by crowning an unidentified mail with a wallers The TV entertainer described the imiditillfletl man as n drunken bigot Who came il him with a sitgar Berle ami Red fellow TV were seated in Llndys with their along with another TV and nightclub and an unitlenlifled Berle gave this story to newsmen The man asked the three enter tainers W their autographs and they The nim conic back Cor more autographs and started Itget out of rubbing the bare shoulders ot the airl with Berle tried to kid him out of Ihe ugly mood we could see setting When he sal down at his own j table Berle he 1 kopt watching us and listening to our He interrupted with a racial I was even going to let thai for you cant convince a drunken bigot at In Ihe morning a Hei nes had a dozen But then he picked up a sugar bowl and slarled toward So r reached Tor the first thing I could H Was a waiters tray and t brought it down on his A Uevte today the tefl the refii complntnt to March Still Hoars 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