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   Simpson's Leader-Times (Newspaper) - August 23, 1958, Kittanning, Pennsylvania                                EADERTIMES KITTANNING PA SATURDAY AUG 23 1958 East Franklin Home Rooms Are Assigned I Home room assignments foi Sast Franklin Township Schoo District were announced today by ecfetary John F Moore The schools that make up the trict will start classes at 9 Lm Sept 4 The assignments are follows COWAN SCHOOL GRADE 1 Mrs Isabel Crissman teacher Daiia Lee Black C Deborah Ca aldi Margaret Louise Clepper ames L Conrad Rocky Dean awford Allen Dailey Samuel Sugene Edwards Carolyn Emery Clifford Guthrie E Kathy rtman lurry James Lasher Iftctor Duain McClain Dennis Keith Myers Janice Ei leen Myers Melissa Reitler Ella ouise Rimel Alfred Vincent Sa battini Diana Lynn Sabattini fames W Saxon Franklin Wil im Shaffer Mary Margaret Linda Charlene Sloan Roger Sloan Victoria Szalankie Philip Keith Toy Bruce re P Darlene Wolfe Sue El en Wyant James William Yount roy D Yount GRADE 5 Mrs Isabel West teacher Carol Bennett Ida Mae Ben Christian Benton Bonnie ou Bpthel Barbara Jean Brack Carol Jean Claypoole Richard 2ochran Lydia Darlene Conrad Violet Cousins James Robert Dun ap Sharon Leone Frailey Peggy Jauker Thomas Hartman Rus bell Hawk Rebecca Jane Heffel Einger Cheryl Lynn Johns Sally Sandra Lee Hindman Letitia Marjorie Frailey Judy Gaggini Hooks Mary Ellen Hooks Wil liam Russell Johnston Gloria Ju lius Linda Lasher Kathleen Lant zy David Leslie Melissa Little Marsha Miller Allen Myers Lu etta Reed Gary Reitler Lynda Scanlon John Servant Carol Shaul Norma Shriver Bruce Silagyi Mary Sloan Ken neth Snyder Wanda Stitt Jack Stull James Toy Karen Toy Ka thy Toy Donald Trulick Linda Walter Robert Waltho Walter Ward Gloria Jean Wylie Robert Yockey PINE HILL SCHOOL GRADE 1 Mrs Imogene Hawk ieacher Karen Sue Ace Deborah Boiii no Robert Burnell Bothell John Ralph Bracken MUes Ernest Clark Kathleen Sue Claypool ry Joseph Erdos William J Ev ans Charles LeRoy Gauker Lin da Diane George Jean Anne Gerard Deborah lay Lamison Elaine Lash Dianna Lynn Leard Kathy Leard Alan Lobb James McAfoose Russell Mc jpse Fay LynneMontgomery Montgomery Willard dyers Donna Rayfouck Robert Jeiohard Linda Richey Cathy Frank Sacco Judith Sals iver Schiano David Sed vick Kathleen Sedwick Jerry Clinton Shirley Jay Allen Shumak br Carol Smith William Smith homas Snyder Dennis Stewart ymbnd E Wyant Gary Wal ers Everett Yount Linda Yount GRADE 5 Mrs Ruth Armstrong teacher Larry AnthonyvJane Armstrong Timothy Arner William Boyher Cramer Donald Crytzer J Dandrow Harold ouglass Andrea Dudek Gladys 3dwards Melissa Fair Terry Lee ester James Gffligan Keith Jarmon Barbara Hawk TH E Rooseuelt HH STREET AT PENH AVENUE 600 ROOMS WITH FROM j RADIO IN EVERY ROOM TELEVISION AVA1UWE rreenwalt Donna Suzette Johns ton Richard Allen Lane Robin Elaine Lasher Timothy Ross Lem mon Lonnie Eugene Long Den nis Michael Marshall John Rich ard McMillen Thomas Arthur Mills Arnold Delbert Orr Lucy Leann Recupero David Edward Roofner Timothy Ray Rupert Laura Rox nn Sellers Cynthia Sue Schaub iifford A Smith Deborah Smith GRADE 1 Mrs Thelma Early teacher Paul Douglas Blaniar Kurt Ed win Blaugher Randall James Bow ser Bert B Brooks Charles Wil liam Buchholz William David Cravener Barbara Jean Gill Wesley John Guthrie Turney How ard Hooks Bylinda Pearl John Donald Anthony John Kathy Ann Johnston Stephen Michael Kuteh Russell Dwight Lash Den nis James Milsom William Craig Milsom Susan Diann Montebell Delma M Olinger Rickey R Ol inger Kenneth Eugene Peiffer John Lester Raybuck Joseph S Sacco Carol Elaine Salsgiver Joyce Semperlein Delbert LeRoy Shankle Deborah Gail Toy Rich ard Lee Trulick Robert Raymond Wolfe Terri Lee Wolfe Donald Ray Zeigler GRADE 1 Miss Dorothy Mosbaugher teacher Gerald Francis Anthony Char lene Ray Bennett Charles Natha niel Bennett Ida Ester Bennett Cynthia Muriel Bognall Sally Ann Bowser Max Elmore Davis Rod ney James Denardo Beverly Ai William Clark Evans Paul Hindman Christine Isacco Thomas Jack Patricia Johns Christopher Jbhnson Sammy Ka nish Rhonda Sue Leslie Judith Norton Becky Pflugh Esther Ritrosky Mary M Sabattini David Salsgiv er Kathy Shaffer Daryl Shay Terry Silagyi Jane Smith Roxane Swartz Roger Toy Gloria Wasson Raymond R Fiscus GRADE 2 Mrs Anna Bowser ieacher Clifford Bish Billy Bracken Nancy Brice Charles Calhoun Ja nice Campbell Sarah Dempsey David Dunmire Irvin Gauker Lar Goldinger Mary Ruth Hooks Larry Jack Gary Johnston Larry Lash Jim my Martin Dennis Mechling Don ald Montgomery Tyra Montgom ery Ronald Peat Ricky Peters Ernie Pyle Deborah Rearick Mi chael Riskosky Larry Schrecen gost Alberta Shaffer Elizabeth Shu maker Larry Smith Carol Stock dill Terry Thompson Dennis Toy Charles Wonders Ashley Wyant Lloyd Zeigler Melvin Zeigler Bil ly Joe Taylor Rosemary Greena walt Rooms flo Charge for Children CM HI mm PICK HOTELS Phone Mlantic 13700 5 EA LEACH 7 Manager Jr Leroy Elwood Grafton Jr Frank Martin Gray Chamie Andrew Hooks Daniel Kevin Johnson Richard Douglas Kennedy Susan Ann Kovatch Randy Mark Lash Howard Martin Little Harry David Montgomery Frederick Carl Peiffer Rosetta Lee Pyle James Martin Scanlon Donald Shannon Joyce Corrinne Shaul Larry Elmer Smith Kathleen Webster Marcia Joy Wible Kath ryn Jean Wright Edward Mark Yockey GRADE 2 Mrs Grace Foltz ieacher Paul Bennett Dennis Bowser Jackie Bowser Linda Chauvaux Kathy Copenhaver Randy Cra mer Karen Crissman Connie De lano Ray Fair Sandra Ford Pat ty Gilligan Leslie Gray Patty Harvey Sha ron Hooks Joann Kutch Mike La sher Trudy Lemmon Larry Mag dy Michael Manfredi Kelly Mar shall Karen Miller Bean Morey Ruth Marie Noel Donald Roth well Joe Sacco Billy Sanders Kathren Semperlein Carol Smith Vicki Sokol Karen Steffy Debora Vause Barbara Lee Cochran Pa GRADE 3 Mrs Miriam Werner teacher Kenny Anthony Gary Barger stock Leslie Bashline Rodney Beckwith Karen Berringer Ed ward Boltz John Bowser Terry Claypool Linda Cox Ellen Craw ford Beverly Croyle Yvonne Good Tom Helm Norma Sue Hindman Betty Hough Johnny Lane Da vid Lemmon Sharon Lowry Ra chel McAfoose David Mills Gara Morris Denise Pace Anna Palone Duane Quinn Frank Raybuck Frank Recupero Timothy Rennie Gregory Scott Paul Shaul Jacalyn Silogyi Glo ria Sloan Connie Smith Dennis Snyder Dennis Spencer Clifford Tarr Pamela Thompson Patty Trulick Linda Walker Buddy Ward Mary Wilhelm Ricky Wolfe Barbara Wonders Jack Young Richard Zyonik Virginia C Olinger Patty Lou Smith Den nis C Benser GRADE 3 Mrs Mary R Brown teacher Catherine Bennett Cynthia Jane Bowser Donald Bowser Robert Allen Bowser Lorraine Bowser Bonnie Jean Claypoole Connie Ma rie Claypoole Charles Cogley John Conrad Doris Kay Linda Dempsey Nancy Jonnine Denardo Steven Denandp Donald George Gaiser StepheiFGood Cynthia Harmon Larry Heck man Elmer Hooks Thomas Hooks Jr Larry John Arnold Johns Er ma Johns Gail Johnston Cather ine Julius Louis Ralph Lash Rich ard Lee Lash Mike Lemmon Mer vin McAfoose Francine Mellish Francis Mellish Douglas Montgomery George Myers Gary Pence Evelyn Ruth Pyle Virginia Recupero Donald Roofner Philip Shaffer Patricia Shankle Danell Smith David Snyder Victor Clifford Toy Char les Nelson Wonders Samuel Wylie Ella Yount Gail A Olinger Har ry L Hooks GRADE 4 Mrs Cora Enterline teacher NuMine Johnny Honkus son of Mr an Mrs John Honkus is convalescin in his home after being strike with pneumonia Mr and Mrs R H Nickles o West Virginia visitedin the horn of Mr and Mrs Dale De Vaugh and family and Mr and Mrs Joh Frampton Emery Knarr of DiamondviU visited with Mr and Mrs Joh Frampton Mr and Mrs Steve Zolocsi and family of Beyer spent the af ternoon with Mr and Mrs Folds Labay Mrs Irene Sagamore am Karen Zolocsik of Beyer spent a day with Mrs Polda Labay Mr and Mrs Fred White and daughter of Indiana called on Mr and Mrs John Frampton Mrs Ann Chobody and daugh ters Mrs Elizabeth Chobody and Roberta Whiteman motored to Brackenridge and spent the after noon and evening with Mr and Mrs JosephBury and daughter and Mrs Ellen Pavlik and daugh ters Calling on Mr and Mrs Pau1 Labay and Juilia was Mr and Mrs Joseph Grzybek of Arnold Mr and Mrs Elyie Snyder and Lybia Kay of Kittanning RD visit ed with Mr and Mrs Paul Etien ne Mr and Mrs Paul Etienne ac companied by Mrand Mrs Neal Whiteman Jr spent Tuesday at NorthPoint Mr and Mrs Harold McMasters and sons Fred John and family and Harold and family of James town N Y and Carol De Vaughn motored to Grand Canyon where they all enjoyed a picnic lunch Callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Stanley Yanik and family were Mr and Mrs Ted Zarensky and family and sister Virginia and family and Joe Jashinskie of Har rison Mr and Mrs Michael Honkus and family of spent the day New Kensington with Mrs Anna tricia John Ann Olinger Gladys M NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GRADE 2 Mrs Edna Gibson leaclier Donny Adams Susan Benton Cathy Bonner Eddie Borovatz Nancy Brice Pamela Brown Wil liam Brown Betty Clepper Den nis Crytzer Nancy Davis Shirley Dempsey Daniel Dodd Billy Evans Kathy Frailey for Winter Comfort cep winters cold OUT and furnace heat IN your home with insulation Soon pays for itself in fuel savings up QUALITY FIRST HENRY SHAFFER LUMBER CO everything for building remodeling Richard Aubrey Russell Bag nail John Barile Nancy JeanBev ington Karen Bond Richard Blair Bowser Patricia Elaine Bracken Timothy Buhite Judy Ann Camp bell Deborah Dawn Davenport Floyd Edward Dickey Mark Dodd Deborah Lee Emmel Mary Aldene Evans Donna Lee Fry Marilyn Har mon Ann Elaine Hooks Carol Jean Hooks Ronald Lantzy San dra Sue Lasher Johnny Leslie Lemmon Robert Lemmon Rich ard Steven Magdy David Earl MDler Doris Morgan George Re cupero Anna Elizabeth Ritroskey Daniel Francis Shaffer Richel Jane Shankel Michael Frederick Shepard Jerry Lynn Shotts Carla Kay Smith Christine Spencer Sherry Lee Speece James Russell Stout William Andrew Tarr Brace Taylor Allen Charles Toy Ken neth Russell Toy Victor Calvin Toy Diane Elaine Wolfe Ann Har vey Carrie L Saxman GRADE 4 Mrs Irene Ollingcr teacher Lance Benton Dorothy Black jJohn Bowser Larry Brice Larry Claypoole Linda Claypoole Tho Honkus and family Mr and Mrs Charles Muff of Yatesboro and Paul Nicastro of Vandergrift spent an evening with Mr and Mrs Edward Honkus and children Mr and Mrs Frank McCurdy and daughter Donna Lee and hus band of Ridgeway spent Saturday evening with Mr and Mrs Harold McMasters and son Fred who showed movies of interest Mr and Mrs Delmont McMas ters and Mrs Amandos Gibbons of Jamestown visited with their parents Mr and Mrs John Me Masters Norman Moore who is stationed at Norfolk Va spent the week end with his parents Mr and Mrs Paul Moore Mr and Mrs Jake Rudolph and Mr and Mrs Paul Moore and son Norman motored to New Castle to attend the weddingof Jay Ru dolph Jr Mr and Mrs Charles North ant daughter of Punxsutawney callec on Mr and Mrs Jake Rudolph Spending the week end with Mr and Mrs Paul Moore was their daughter andfamily Mr and Mrs Donald Brown and children of Reynolds ville Week end guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Lewis Sabo and family were Mrs Frank Lux and children of Ford City and Mr and Mrs Andrew Palczer of Leech burg Airman Second Class Lewis Sabo and wife Nancy of Dover Del spent the week end with their par ents Mr and Mrs Lewis Sabo and Mr and Mrs Jared Slagle of Dayton RD 1 Mr and Mrs Rudy Polara and son of Cleveland spent the week end with Mr and Mrs Stanley Rusnica and son Mrs Nellie Rusnica spent Sun day with her son and family Mr and Mrs Henry Rusnica and son of Homestead Mr and Mrs Stanley Rusnica and son motored to Homestead and visited with Mr and Mrs mas Conrad Daniel Crawford John Davis Gloria Denardo George Dunmire Harry Fiscus Larry Flick Nancy Ford Margie Gauker Patrick Guthrie William Hackett Pamela Hetrick Robert Hooks Mervin John Pa mela Innes Caroline Isacco Hope Lash Alan Lasser Monte Law rence Diane Leard John Mat thews Dixie McDowel Samuel Montgomery Nellie Neale Cheryl Norton Albert Plc ard Jerry Sedwick Betty Shaf fer Margaret Shankle Richard Smith Carol Stouffer Janie Toy David Walker Richard Walters i Thomas Young Nelda Yount Frank Zeigler Hazel Gauker FURNACE RUN SCHOOL GRADE 6 Mrs Anna Smith teacher Daniel Anthony Theodore An thony Rebecca Barile Linda Bev ington Terry Black Harry Bow ser Byrd Bowser Gary Claypoole Judy Crawford Richard Cox Bar bara Cousins Fred Crissman Wil liam Dickey Yvonne Denardo Ro berta Dunmire James Foster El eanor Fiscus Sandra Frick Connie Linda Goldinger Edward Good Doris Grafton Michael Greenawalt Grace Guthrie James Heffelfin ger Nancy Hindman Judith Hooks Ruth Johns Timothy John son Lowell Lash Deborah Leard Carol Lemmon Dianna Long Pa tricia Luketlch Larry McNabb Jane Montgomery Larry Myers Linda Pence Joelene Painter John Painter Linda Roofner Kajj en Rosenbcrger Carol Shankle Henry Rusnica and son and later motored to Kennywood Park Richard Bazzoli and Tony Memo of Coal Port visited with the Stan ley Rusnica family Mrs Archie Boarts and children of Erie are vacationing with the formers mother Mrs John Lam ison and other relatives Mr and Mrs Joseph Bishop and children attended the Low master reunion which was held at Smithville Park Glen Campbell RD Mr and Mrs Russell Young and children motored to Altoona and spent the day with relatives Mr and Mrs Gordon Stanton and children of Seneca Falls N Y spent the day with Mr and Mrs Young and children Mr and Mrs Stanley Rusnica and son called on an uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Andy Righetti of McKeesport Mr and Mrs Merle Trayer and children of Niagara Falls are spending a few days at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Trayer Mr and Mrs Lloyd and Alfred visited in the home of Albert Gould of Distant George Sakask and son called on the formers parents Mr and Mrs John Sakash Mrs Marian Bier and daughter Mrs M 0 Whiteman spent Thurs day in Kittanning Frances Smulik has returned home after spending a weeks va cation with relatives in Ford City Sandra Smith Bruce Stouffer David Shaffer Connie Shaffer James Sedwick Robert Shriver Thomas Wray Karen Wolfe GRADE R Mark Abranovic Terry Benser Judy BcveridKe Carol Sue Black Patricia Brown Sandra Blancy Calvin Bowser Shirley Campbell Robert DeLano Rachel Delp Rich ard Denardo Connie Ford Connie Forney Ronald George Sandra Gillam Carolyn Goldinger Linda Goodman Ralph Gould Jarry Hepler Miriam Hill Caro line Lashcr Jane Lauster Edward Lemmon Robert Lemmon Gail Montgomery Sarah Mellish Eric McCracken Kathleen Ecrct Mej Auley Robert Myers Caroline No el Alexis Odrecbowskl William Olinger Stmnne Peck Charles Peiffer Barry Peters Kathryn Ralston John Richey Alex Riskosky James Scahill Ford Shankle Rob ert Shannon Terry Spencer Don na Shaffer Susan Sparta Russell Toy Vickie Toy Carol Tarr Don ald Toy Mcrvln Wondcrllng Gary Wyant Anna Marie Stanko of Ford City spent a week with Mr and Mrs Albert Smulik and children Mr and Mrs Michael Starko Jr spent Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs Albert Smulik and children Mr and Mrs Frank Italiani and Mr Mrs Richard Swab and son of Erie spent the week end with Mr and Mrs George Metro John Rusnica and son Ed of Braddock visited Sunday with Mi and Mrs John Zolocsik and family Mike Rusnica and family and Mr and Mrs Walter Rusnicaand dau ghter Mr and Mrs Edward Honkus and children attended the Water front Regatta in Kittanning and later visited Kiddieland Park Week end guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Rusnica and daughter was Mr and Mrs Tony Heathcote and daughter of Butler Mr and Mrs Walter Rusnica and daughter and Mr and Mrs William Smouse and family visit ed with Mr and Mrs Bud Weaver of Plumville Pvt Kenneth Smouse and Pvt Robert Sitko of Fort Meade Md spent the week end with Mr and Mrs William Smouse Mr and Mrs William Smouse and Phyllis and Mr and Mrs larry Haggerty motored to Fort Meade Md tovisit the Haggertys son Pvt Kenneth Smouse After heir visit with Pvt Smouse the roup motored to the Navy Aca damy in Annapolis and to Wash ington D C i Week end guests at the home of Hr and Mrs Elmer Trayer were Mr and Mrs Robert Peterson and Mdren of Lake City Mr and Urs Gill Dinger and daughter oi ummerville Mr and Mrs Ceci kelson and daughter of Franklin Mr and Mrs Russell Snyder of tfayport Mrs Clarence Boyer of New Bethlehem Mi and Mrs Tames Brown of Spring Church Yfr and Mrs Paul Sutter of Valier nd Miss Bonnie Fairman Airnan First Class Jack Wensel as returned to his base in West aim Beach Fla after spending 10day furlough with Ms parents iflr and Mrs Floyd Wensel Mr and Mrs Floyd Wensel Jr nd family of Erie are spending weeks vacation with parents r and Mrs Floyd Wensel Sr Mr and Mrs Henry Wilkenson Johnstown spent the week end ith Mr and Mrs Floyd Wensel r and Dean Wensel is spending his va ation with his parents Mr and rs Floyd Wensel Sr Mr and Mrs Steve Zek and tuldren of Warren Ohio spent he week end with the Joe Rusnica amily Mrs Preston Jones and daughter ent the day with Mr and Mrs A Jones of Kittanning RD 1 Visiting several days with Mrs Preston Jones and daughters were Mrs Rose Schrlber and Mr anc Mrs Joseph Peters of Beach Creek Guests of Mr and Mrs Russe Shumaker were Mi and Mrs George Monis of Buffalo Mrs Mil dred Larry and children of Youngstown Mr and Mrs Gil bert Spange and children of Man or ville and Mr and Mrs William Sample of Kittanning Mr and Ms Russell Shumaker visited at the homes of Mr and Mrs John Nick and Mi and Mrs Albert Mohney of Ford City Diane and Bonnie Bowser spent a day with Mrs Polda Labay Pvt Robert H Haggerty spent the week end with his parents Mr and Mrs Harry Haggerty since completing his schooling in Rhode Island He has returned to the base in North Weymouth Mass Mrs Grace Corriganand dau jhter of Rose Valley are spending a week with Mr and Mrs Edward Kutita and daughter Mrs Annie Hill and Mrs Jean 3owser and daughters of Kittan ling RD spent an evening at the jome of Mr and Mrs Edward Kuhta and daughters Mrs Marie Gidel and daughter Paula Jo of Kittanning RD called on Mr and Mrs Edward Kuhta and daughters Chuckles In News United Press International JACKPOT NAPLES Fla radio listener ended a mystery sound contest on a local radio station when he named the sound as the whirring of a slot machine The winner the Rev James Bishop pastor of Grace LutheranChurch He insisted he won by luck HE GOT REVENGE COLUMBUS Miss Davis accidentally shot himself in the chest while removing his rifle from its rack but before heading to the hospital he got his revenge Davis took the rifle outside and chopped it to splinters with an ax PROFESSIONAL EGG CRACKER LANDRUM S C UPI It was no new experience when truck driver John B Hicks of Highland Mich ran off the road Friday with a load of 30000 eggs Hicks told ambulance attendants who were taking him to a hos pital that he had cracked up cargoes of eggs in accidents this month in Canada and Ohio State Explores Butler County For Possible Dam Lake Site HARRISBtmG UPI The state Forests and Waters Depart ment said today that exploratory drilling has been made for a big dam in BuUer County possibly to form the largest manmade lake in Pennsylvania The testing of three or four lo cations along the Muddy Creek near Portersville Station was completed recently and the report turned over to department Secre Roadwidening Job In Crawford Awarded HARRISBURG UPI The state Highways Department Thursday awarded a contract for conversion of G4 miles of US Route 322 in Craw ford County into a fourlane di vided highway Silvestri Br o s Yomigstown Ohio and Faster Grading Co Jackson Center will place a 50 oot wide blacktop surface and a foot wide separator on a sec ion of the road between Conneaut and Meadville Construction in cludes a prestressed precast con crete bridge and widening of five existing spans VISIT AT FREEPORT FREEPORT Mr and Mrs rank Toarmina of Freeport and qns Charles and John are visiting vith Mrs Toarminas brother and isterinlaw Mr and Mrs Anthony Rotolo Mill St tary Maurice K Goddard Joseph A Blatt chief of plan ning in the Division of Forest Re creation said that although the proposed project was tremen dous involving costly road re location on Route 422 the testing report indicated that some rock structure may limit fche height of the dam and therefore the acre age to be covered by water Blatt said the project was pri marily a recreational project with the lake to be in a state park area and he did not know the flood control potential The testings were made near the ButlerLawrence County bor der across the line from McCon nells Mills State Park in Law rence County Muddy Creek is the site of a prehistoric lake which went down to form slippery Rock Gorge Borgnine To Pay Wife If She Files Divorce HOLLYWOOD UPI Ernest Borgnine has agreed to pay his estranged wife Rhoda over the next 15 years if she in turn will file for a divorce The Academy Award winning performer and Mrs Borgnine reached a property settlement Thursday She agreed to drop her separate maintenance action and seek a divorce The couple in 1949 have one child Nancy Allison G Brazil has about seven million lorses ITS CUSTOMQUALITY HIFI IN ONE BEAUTIFUL ALL HARDWOOD CABINET Hoffmans exclusive Floatinj Sound matioganr chamber houses 3 speakers tuned for flawless fidelity Chamber floats on springsis isolated from other components Exclusive frequency Dis play Scope shows tone control settings visually Hoffman Super tuner Garrard 4speed record changer genu ine mahogany blondoak walnut maple cherry cabinets CHARLSONS FURNITURE COMPANY MARKET STREET KITTANNING Complete of the ENTIRE KARIMOR HERD ilil JAGO 10 BULLS AND 275 HEAD OF REGISTERED ANGUS CATTLE Everything Sells 200 FEMALES Many With Calves At Side SELL AT KARIMOR FARM HAWTHORN PA AM Saturday August 301958 A Rare Opportunity to Get Into the Purebred Angus Businer or to Add to Your Herd You will find rhe bctt in Angus pedigrees and the Three Herd Bulls JAGO HECKETTIER 19th ALIMERE 20th AUCTIONEERS Ham Jamet and Paul Good SALE MANAGER Dave Canning Canning Land Cattle Co Box 1115 Staunton Va Phonei TUxedo 60811 or TUxedo 68678 LUNCH AVAILABLE HERD TB BANGS ACCREDITED JOE SHERMAN KARIMOR FARM HAWTHORN PA   

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