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   New Oxford Item (Newspaper) - July 8, 1948, New Oxford, Pennsylvania                                State Police Say A horn is an important and essential part of your car. Make sure that it never lets you down when needed. Unnecessary uae of the horn, in addition to being a nuisance 10 others, is unlawful JULY II ttysburg York Springs. Orrtanna at Hanover. Emmlteburg at BendemriOe. New Oxford at FalrfleM. McSherrystown at Littlectown. VOL. 72, NO. 8 NEW OXFORD, PA., THURSDAY, JULY LOCAL NEWS Huber Miller, Akron, has been visiting relatives in this vicinity. The Standard Garment Co. fac- tory. N. Peters street, is closed this week for vacation. Nathaniel C. Miller, Lincolnway West, will celebrate his 62nd birth- day July 13. Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Robinson and daughters, Rebecca and Rob- erta, spent several days in Wash- ington and Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Smith and Leo Smith spent several days with their brother. Carl, Whiting, Ind. Mrs. Harry Weaver. North Peters street, underwent an operation at the Hanover hospital last week. Mrs. Walter McLaughlin, Hanover, formerly of near town, who suffered a slight stroke last week, is a patient in the Hanover General hospital. Donald Groft is building a new cement block house on Pleasant street. 1 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Noel. Carlisle street extended, a daughter, this Wednesday. The venerable John Geiselman. Hanover street, was discharged from the Hanover hospital. Mrs. John Coulson, Lincolnway East, was discharged from the Han- over hospital. Mrs. Mary Rinehart, Gettysburg R. D., has been confined to bed due to illness. Fred Boose Miller, la, Lincolnway West, is listed as a naval aviation recruit. Sgt. and Mrs. Eugene New York city, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Al- wine, Berlin Junction. Mrs. Lottie Klingel and son. Ralph, Pleasant street, left July 2nd to visit Mrs. Klingel's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Salew- ske, Waukesha, Wis. W. H. Shelleman, near Thomas- ville, with Mrs. George Shelleman, his 82-year-old mother from Hamp- ton, and Mrs. Luther Bankert and I Eugene Bankert, York, posed re- r-n> cently with baby Sharon for a "five- generation" picture. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sanders, teachers in the East Berlin junior- senior high school, are attending summer sessions of Western Mary- land college, Westminster, Md. They WANTED All public spirited women who can spare the time are requested kindly to donate some part of that time to help any Thursday. Friday or Saturday- July 8, 9, and 10. to get ready for the Carnival. Notify anyone of the following women what day you may be able to help: Mrs. Clare Lookenbill. Mrs. Rowland Hoffman or Mrs. Rudolph Crouse. The Auxiliary is also asking for donations of cake, pies or candy. Please don't wait to be asked, in- dividually. Come forward and give your assistance. LADIES' AUXILIARY of the New Oxford Fire Co. LOCAL NEWS See the new A.B.C. Automatic washer at Stough Lingg Appli- ances, Lincolnway West. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Kessel. New Oxford, announce the birth of a son Secure Land For Ath. Field At N.O. A property containing more than two acres and lying east of the New Oxford high school across Berlin avenue, was purchased July 1 toplu, i rr DEATHS Mrs. Ignatius Lingg Mrs. Rose Elizabeth Lingg. late of New' Thursday evening at' her home, near morning. The Class Of '38 Holds Reunion j i The tenth annual reunion of the I class of 1938 of the New Oxford high school was held Sunday at Fuller' Lake. Those present were Mr. auff Adams Joint school system held at J are living at the home of Mrs. San- ders' parents in Baltimore. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lawrence, New Oxford, in honor of their son and daughter-in-law, Cyril Edward and Doris Marie Lawrence, who were married in Conewago chapel. The couple received many presents. Mu- sic was furnished during the evening by the Ozark Drifters. Pallbearers at the funeral of Frank S. Smith, Hanover street, held Thursday morning, with a requiem high mass in St. Mary's church, were C. Allen Brashear, Leon C. Smith, Martin Rost, Jr., Raphael H. Smith, Harry B. Luckenbaugh and Guyon A. Smith, Jr. Nicholas Wagner, York, is spend- ing a month with his grandmother, Mrs. A. P. Wagner, Dicks Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wagner and chil- dren, Marsha and Danny, York, spent the July 4th week-end at the Wagner cottage. The quarterly meeting of the Ad- ams County Firemen's Association will be held in the Centennial Fire Ha.ll, Centennial, on Monday, July 12, at 8 p. m. An interesting program will be given. Movies will be shown on highway safety. The New Oxford Garden club met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. C. L. Eicholtz, Lincolnway East. The meeting, which was held outdoors, was well attended. George W. Baker, Abbottstown, gave an interesting talk on the history of New Oxford. Mrs. Rush K. Sieg, New Oxford R. D. 1, was moved from the office of Dr. Wilbur H. Miller, New Oxford, to the Hanover General hospital in the Ha.nover ambulance Tuesday MARRIAGES Slaybaugh-Bair Miss Helen Catherine Bair, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harper J. Bair, Hanover R. D. 4, became the bride of John E. Slaybaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Slaybaugh. New Oxford R. D. 1. Wednesday at o'clock in a double ring ceremony performed in the rectory of Sacred Heart church. Conewago Chapel. The pastor, the Rev. Harold Keller, officiated, in the presence of the immediate families. The couple was attended by the bride's sister and brother, Loretta and Harper Bair. Jr. The bride was attired in a white street-length dress with white ac- cessories a.nd wore a lavender orchid The matron of honor wore a light blue street-length dress with white accessories and wore a corsage of yellow rosebuds Following the ceremony the couple left on a week's trip to Niagara Falls and Quebec, Canada. The bride attended St. Jo- seph's academy, McSherrystown, and is employed by the Cannon Shoe Co., McSherrystown. The groom, who served three and one-half years with the Third Armored Division, over- seas, is a graduate of the New Ox- ford high school and is employed by the York Corporation. The couple will reside at the home of the groom. Miss Marie Smith, daughter of p i JVAUV AAV4U Mb Anufacturing Co. New Oxford. The Joint system, plans foundry. Hanover street, is closed to use the tract for an athletic field. I death was unexpected. She was a William and I Mrs' stePnen Weaver and children.! and >fr Mrs Feiser and son. Clark; Mr.' Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Smith, Carlisle street, New Oxford, became the bride of Charles Groft, Jr., Berlin Junc- tion, Monday morning at a nuptial mass at 8 o'clock. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Robert D. Hartnett. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white marquisette over sa- tin, with a train. Her veil of tulle was fastened to a tiara of seed pearls. Her colonial bouquet was of white rosebuds, stephanotis, baby breath, centered with an orchid, and had white streamers and pink rose- buds. The matron of honor was Miss Mary Groft, sister of the groom. Her gown was blue taffeta with a head dress of pink roses and pink carna- tions. Here colonial bouquet was of pink rosebuds, pink and white car- nations. The groom had for his best man, Robert Smith, brother of the bride. The ushers were Richard Smith and William Groft. Imme- diately after the ceremony a break- fast was served to the bridal party and immediate families at the Old Mill inn. A reception was held at the home of the bride at a. m., with about 150 guests present. Mrs. Groft is a graduate of Delone Catholic high school, class of 1947. Mr. Groft served four years in the navy during World War n. The couple left immediately following the ceremony on a two-weeks' trip to Mobile, Ala. this week for vacation. George D. Ehrhart, Baltimore, has been visiting in New Oxford, his .former home. The Blough Manufacturing com- pany's plant, corner W. High and Bolton streets, is closed this week for vacation. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Neil Kessel. near Abbottstown, a son at the War- ner hospital. Mrs. Kessel was form- erly Miss Carol Rider, Pleasant street. Charles Becker, 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Becker, New Oxford' R. 2, was treated for a fractured right wrist at the War- ner hospital Tuesday, The lad was j The price was Coach Martin Flegal was re-elected by the joint board, when it received word he expects to have recovered sufficiently from an illness to resume the work this fall. He had previous- ly been reported as too ill to con- tinue and the board awaited word from his doctors before taking action on the election of a coach at a salary of Elect Teacher Selon F. Dockey. Shamokin, was elected to head the commercial de- by the resignation of Mary Lou Arnold. Dockey. former head of the Shamokin high school commercial injured in a fall from a cherry tree department, was voted a salary of while picking cherries for the C. H Dockey agreed to make the Musselman comoanv change at the urging of Supervis- _ "ut burg, and was 80 years of age. Sur- rg, an was years of age. ur- i viving are two foster sons. Howard and Mrs- Hoff nagle and Tull and John McGraw; also two daushter- Rochelle: Mr. and Mrs., brothers, John Henley. Chicago, and j Leonard Myers and children. Dor- Frank. Waukegon. 111. Services were othy and Thomas: Mr. and Mrs. conducted Monday with requiem i William Stock. Miss Janet Hoff- mass in St. Anthony's church, the heins- Mr and Mrs. Clair Mummert; j Rev. Stanley Scarff celebrant. In- terment was made in St. Anthony's cemetery. The following attended the funeral of Mrs. Lingg on Monday: Mrs. A. P. Wagner, son, Paul, and daughter. Mary; Bernard Wagner and family; Mrs. Nicholas Lingg. Miss Mabel Mr. Mrs. Harold Hoke and son. Herbert; Norma Jean Hull. Barbara and Jane Robinson: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Crowl; Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Anthony. Mr. and Mrs. William Ben- nett and son, William: Mr. and Mrs. CHURCH NOTICES Xnr Chester Lutheran Charge The Rev. Elmer .Drumm, Pastor St. Mark's. Heidlersburg: Worship service at 9 ajn.; Sunday school at 10 ajn. St. John's. Hampton: Sunday school at a.m Holy ion at ajn. Preparatory service this Friday evening at 8. St. Paul's. "The Sunday school at 7 p.m.; worship service at 8 pjn. The Missionary Society will meet Tuesday evening at the parsonage. The Adult Catechetical class will meet Thursday evening at the home of Paul Dellinger. Donald Deardorff and and Mark; Mr. and Mrs.j Mrs' Victoria Henry Weikert and sons. James and Musselman company. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Okla- homa City, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Guyon A. Smith and son, Guyon, Jr., ing Principal Charles P. Taylor, under whom Dockey taught at Don- aldson from 1934 to 1936. He begins ence Lingg, Norbert Lingg, Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Smith, Frank Flesh- man and Miss Mary Kurtz. Robert II. Walker memorial service for Robert wruyon A. omiin ana son, uuyon, Jr. Columbus, Ohio, who were called' his duties _ _ here by the illness and subsequent death of the Smith brothers' father, F. S. Smith, returned to their re- spective homes. Mrs. Bertha Trim- mer, Coral Gables, Fla., who has been here for some time, left Thurs day for her home. Return Bodies Of 4 Veterans Remains of four Adams countians who lost their lives during World War n have been returned to the United States from Italy aboard the U. S. Army Transport Carroll Vic- tory, the department of the Army announced today. They were among bodies brought back on the ship. The bodies were originally in- terred in temporary military .ceme- teries at Nettuno and other points in Italy. The four are Pfc. Cletus H.' Bort- ner, son of Mrs. Alice S. Bortner Hanover R. 3; Pvt. Joseph G. Eline son of Mr. and Mrs. John Eline, Mc- Sherrystown; Pfc. Orby W. McMil- lion, husband of Mrs. Corean Mc- Million, Gettysburg, and Pfc. Law- rence E. Zepp, whose next of kin is Mrs. Elizabeth R. Zepp, East King street, East Berlin. Private Bortner, 31, was killed in action June 5. 1944. Wounded in the battle for Cassino on February 11, 1944, he recovered from his wounds and had gone back into action. Em- ployed at the Hanover Wlrecloth factory before entering service Jan- uary 9, 1943, he was trained at Fort McClellan, Ala., and went overseas in October, 1943, first to North Afri- ca and then to Italy. He was among the troops at Anzio. Surviving at the time of death were a brother, Robert Bortner, and a sister, Geneva Bort- ner, then at home. Overseas 45 Days Private Eline, 32, was overseas only 45 days when he was killed in action March 1, 1944, in Italy. In- ducted August 14. 1943, he under- went basic training at Camp Croft. S. C., and was sent overseas Jan- uary 15, 1944. He was employed at the L. E. Beaudin shoe company at Hanover and at the York Safe and Lock before entering service. Sur- viving at the time of his death were his parents, his wife. Mrs. Kathryn R. Eline, Hanover, and three broth- The transportation committee re- port will be ready for the next ses- sion of the joint board, George Bentzel. Berwick township, chairman, reported. Length of the routes must be measured and final details cleared with Harrisburg prior to making the completed report, he said. Traffic Violations Edward Sneeringer, McSherrys- town, paid a fine of and costs to Justice of the Peace L. G. Kuhn, Midway, for reckless driving. Earl Richardson, Gettysburg, was fined and costs by Justice of the Peace William Dentler, Cashtown, on a reckless driving charge. W. Clarence Nuss, Gettysburg, paid ad costs to Justice of the Peace Robert P. Snyder for operating his automobile without attaching his dealer's plates. Walter C. Kuhn, Gettysburg R. 5, and costs to Justice "of the Peace L. G. Kuhn, Midway, for failing to yield one-half of the highway. Ralph Edward Hankey, Gettys- burg R. 4, paid and costs to Jus- tice of the Peace Robert Bell, Get- tysburg R. 4, for driving to the left of the center line of the highway. A 10-day notice will be sent by Justice of the Peace Basehore to Richard B. Coleman, Gettysburg R. 3, on a charge of driving to the left around Center Square, Gettysburg. Lawrence A. Neiderer, Hanover-R. 4, paid and costs to Justice of the Peace I. M. Staub, McSherrys- town, for improper passing." W. C. 22, P.O.S. Of A. Hunt Walker, who died Thursday at his home in Baltimore, was held at the Friends school. Baltimore, at 3 p. m. Saturday. Mr. Walker leaves his wife. Mrs. Amelie Himes Walk- er, formerly of New Oxford, and three children, Talbot Hunt Walk- er, M. Cooper Walker and Mrs. Hamilton Sanger, Baltimore, and a brother, William Cooper Walker, York. 1 Billy, and Miss Myrna Brame. The following officers were elected: j President. Stephen Weaver; vice j president, Roger Hoffziagle; secre- tary. Mrs. Fred Feiser. and treas- urer. Mrs. Burnell Anthony. j Church Of The Brethren J. Monroe Danner. Pastor I East Berlin: Sunday school at' 9 a.m. Latimore: Sunday school at ajn.; church worship at a.m.' Evangelical And Reformed Charge The Rev A. C. Rohrbaugh. Pastor! St. Paul's. New Oxford: Sunday1 PER YEAR Firemen's Carnival Begins This Thursday Final plans have been made for the New Oxford firemen's three- evenings' carnival, which will start this Thursday evening on the 8. of V. armory grounds, with entertain- ment furnished by the Buckboard Ramblers. Friday evening, the Brodbecks band will play for the affair. Saturday evening, the New Oxford high school band will be the attraction. Plan to be present every will be fun and entertainment for everyone. Soups. sandwiches and refreshments will be on sale. The committees have worked hard to make this annual affair a big success, and every resident of the community should make a special effort to patronize the affair liberal- ly. Your fire company is ever ready to protect your homes, churches, schools and business places; giva them a big helping hand this week- end by attending their carnival. I avJIWJ y i Dedication Ceremony ajn At Scout Camp Sun. school at 9 ajn.: Holy Communion; ers, Lee P. then at home; Elects Officers The following officers have been elected by W. C. No. 22, P. O. S. of A., for the ensuing term: Past Presi- dent, Emory Hammer; president, Harry Kline; vice president, Clair tfummert; master of forms, A. W. Rohrbaugh; conductor, Bumell Deardorff; inspector, Paul Sponsell- er; guard, Robert C. MacKley: trus- tee, G. W. Sadler; delegates to state camp, George D. Sheely and J. Roy Waltman. These officers will be in- stalled Monday evening, July 19. at which time an open meeting will be held with the wives and friends of the members as guests. Refresh- ments will be served. Miss Hawn-Miller Theresa Catherine Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph night where she was admitted as a Miller> New Oxford> and GeraPld patient suffering from a fracture of JHawn. son of Mrs. Eugene Melhorn the left ankle received earlier in the evening in a fall at her home. Judith Bonneauville, were united in mar- riage in a nuptial performed tictiurmea Weikert six-year-old j Saturday at 8 a. m. o'clock in the Mr nnrl Willie _ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis! Immaculate conception Weikert. Gettysburg, formerly New Oxford b New Oxford, received medical at-; Robert Hartnett Property Transfers Mellie E. and Frederick H. Alt- land. Abbottstown, sold to Cletus H and Martha M. Altland, same place for a property in that borough. Paul and Leo Murren, executors CW Ul bilC Catholic Of the wl11 Mary M- Murren, late the Rev i McSherrystown. sold to W. L. and Alverta May Mathias, Hanover, for m upper arm sustained in a fall while i wolf. New Oxford and Josenh o K'ill I USKpu playing with a ball. 1C1, 11C W WAJ Fifty-two altar boys from the of the bride Church of the Annunciation, Me-j Leon Sherrystown, and Sacred Heart ,C WaSh; ington and Philadelphia teams of j the American league play a double-, header in Washington, Monday aft- 1 ler, New Oxford, sister aiid brother the Rev. Harold E. Keller, pastor of Conewago Chapel, and the Rev. Anthony J. McGinley, assistant at the Annunciation church. Members of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Centennial Fire company en- joyed a chicken dinner at Schottie's restaurant, Littlestown, marking their first anniversary. Miss Marie Kane, president of the auxiliary, and 31 members attended. Games were played after the supper. The wom- en were token to and from the ban- quit in a chartered bus. WOMEN'S BALLERINAS In red, green, black and white. CUT-RATE SHOE STORE 41 Carlisle St. Hanover, Pa. a student at St. college, Baltimore, and Paul a student at Overbrook, serv- mass. bride wore a white long train, princess sleeves and a Mrs. Wolf wore a blue satin gown with a, matching hat. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Victory lunch room, Hanover, for the im- mediate families. A reception was held Saturday evening in the Bonneauville fire company hall after which the couple en Page 8) ICE pint package. JIM'S RESTAURANT. of North street in McSherrystown. Harry S. and Mary E. Gibbs, York, sold to John P. and Minnie M. Becker, same place, for a in Hamilton township. _ L. and Emma L. Tyrone township, sold to Clark Pit- To Sell Tavern In Midway For Articles of agreement between Walter P. and Ruth E. Rhinehart, Conewago township, and John A. and Marie B. Geubtner. North Co- dorus township. York county, con- cerning the sale of a tavern at 317 Third street, Midway; Conewago township, were filed Wednesday with the county register and recorder. The agreement, dated June 28. pro- vides for the Geubtners to pay a month until the purchase price of per -year has been paid off in full. The agreement is to be nullified if the liquor license cannot be trans- ferred from the Rhineharts to the New Oxford Library Notes Of Interest The New Oxford branch of the Adams County Free Library re- ceived a lot of new books, including: "Way of Life." Hamilton Gibbs; "Loving Singmaster; "Drift- wood Fletcher; "Head Bassatt; "North of Hough; "The Big Guthrie; "A Long Way From O Shea; "Father and the Manners; "Poor Little Rich Gates; "The Loud Red McKennrey; "Happiness Hill." Hill; "Who's Who in "White Douglas; "Tamacrak Tree." Breslin. The library now has 325 patrons. No less than 175 books were drawn out during the month of June. The library is open for circulation every Wednesday from 7 to 9 p. m. and every Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. The library has started a story hour for the children of pre-school age every Friday from 3 to 4 p. in. during the month of July, under the direction of Mrs. Wm. Himes. Sr. The first session was held Friday, when nine children were present. All the children are invited. The library has also set up a reading circle for the children, fourth through eighth grade. Any child reading ten books will be given a certificate of honor and a pin for each additional book read. Suggestions will be made by the librarians as to the books suitable for children of that age. Anyone living in Adams county can enroll and draw out books sub- ject to the rules of the library. Marriage Licenses William S. Elgin, son of Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Elgin. East Berlin and Dorothy Alice Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Snyder, Hampton. Donald Edward Folkenroth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Smyser Folkenroth, Gettysburg R. 2, and Charlotte Ma- rie Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Long. Bonneauville. James Robert White, son of Mrs. James Rowe White. Biglerville R. 2. and Dorothy Theresa Miller, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Julian Miller, Gettysburg R. 3. A marriage license was issued at the court house Saturday to Francis Laverne Brown, Hanover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Brown, Camden, N. J., and Frances M. Kopp, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Kopp, Hanover R. 1. The dedication ceremonies will take place at the new York-Adams Memorial Boy Scout camp. 35 miles west of Dillsburg. in the South Mountains .at p. m.. Sunday. This official camp of the York- Adams Area Council was opened for use to the Boy Scouts, Sunday, June 27. The opening of the camp com- pleted one of the Council's 1948 goal which every Boy Scout in the area has been looking for- ward to for a number of years. In fact, this goal marks another mile- stone in the council's Scouting ac- tivities at the camp now only take care of about half the number of boys that council plans to provide for ultimately. Therefore, many ad- ditions and improvements must be made over the next few years. The dedication exercises which will be held1 Sunday are in charge of a committee headed by one of the National Councilmen of the York- Adams Area, Benjamin T. Root. His committee has arrangeil an excel- lent program. Will Hold Doll Show July 14-18 Inclusive Miss Anna D. Hoyer, near town, who has a collection of dolls, will show the largest part of her display at The Allenberry. Boiling Springs, on July 14 to 18 inclusive, from p. m. to p. m. The dolls range in size from H.-inch to 3 feet. There are antique china, bisque, papier mache, dolls from practically all European countries, as well as China, Japan. India, Aus- tralia, South America. Central America, Mexico and various islands. In the collection is a set 25 nuns, all convent dressed; set of of Pennsylvania Dutch, Amish, River Brother, Mennonite and Quaker; a literary group: portrait dolls, dolls made of dried apples, etc.; dolls dressed as relatives and friends and many others. The Sunday school picnic will be held Saturday afternoon at Cale- donia Park. Emmanuel's. Abbottstown: Pre- paratory service at ajn.; Sun- day school at ajn. Methodist Charge Elmer R. Nunemaker. Pastor New Oxford: Church school, a. m.; worship. p. m. Prayer meeting. p. m., Thurs- day. Hunterstown: Worship. p. m., preceded by the church school. Prayer meeting. p. m., Fri- day. Abbottstown Lutheran Charge Dr. A. A. Kelly. Supply Pastor Sunday school at a. m.; wor- ship service at a. m.; Lu- ther League at p. m. First Evangelical Lutheran Church Rev. G. E. Sheffer. A.M., D.B., Pastor Church school, 9 a. m., M. A. Yohe, supt.; service of worship, a. m.; theme, "Recovering Our Moral Sight." The Women's Missionary society will meet at the home of Mrs. Mer- rill A. Yohe, Lincoln Heights, Tues- day evening at The lesson study will be in charge of Mrs. Yohe and Mrs. Kratzert. St. John's Reformed, New Chester Sunday school at pjn.; Holy Communion at pjn., the Rev. Ernest Brindle. Biglerville. in charge. Emmanuel Reformed. Hampton Holy Communion at a.m.: Sunday school at ajn.. the Rev. Ernest Brindle. Biglerville, In charge. Mechtly, Jr., Enters Mil. Academy Ivan Mechtly. Jr., son of Prof. and Mrs. Ivan Mechtly, Lincolnway West, was one of 599 members of the United States Military Acad- emy's plebe class whkh began basic- training program at West Point, N. Y.. on Friday, Initial step toward Army and Air Force commissions which they hope to receive In 1952. The fledgling cadets, from all sec- tions of the nation, registered and were sworn in at special ceremonies later in the day. new class has twenty-five more members than year's freshman class. As the result of competitive ex- aminations sponsored by Congress- man Chester A. Gross, young Mechtly was named first alternate for the 21st Congressional district. Since George Earner, Hanover.- who was named principal by Congressman Gross, qualified and was accepted. Mechtly's assignment came from the Register of the Academy as a special appointment at large. Cadet Mechtly was bom In York county, attended the Red Lion and Stewartstown schools and was grad- uated from the New Oxford High school. Adams county. In May of 1947. At the State Teachers' college. Lock Haven, test year, he earned a place on the dean's list both semes- ters. Emory Methodist Church The Rev. E. R. Nunnemaker. Pastor Sunday school at ajn.; church worship at pjn. SELLS BUSINESS Roy E. Ccigley, Gettysburg R. 3, who has operated Roy's Appliance Service, Biglerville road, for the past Squire Orndorif s Court Happenings Charles Pritchard, Watchung, N. J., was apprehended by a sta.te patrolman July 4th for speeding. He paid a fine and costs. Norman Rager, Biglerville, was apprehended by a state patrolman July l for reckless driving. He was given a. ten-day notice. Leroy Lemmon. East Berlin, was apprehended by a state patrolman for driving an auto to perform farm duties for his father when his operator's license was restricted. Conewago Chapel The Rev. Harold Keller, Pastor Masses Sunday at and evening devotions at o'clock. St. Mary's Church, New Oxford The Rev. Robert D. Hartnett. Pastor Sunday: Low masses at a.m. and ajn.; evening devotions and benediction at Smith's Men's Shop Moves To Cen. Square Harvey J. Smith, who has been conducting the New-Way Dry Cleariers and Smith's Men's Shop at his residence on Lincolnway West, has found It necessary to enlarge his quarters on account of increasing business, and he will open a new establishment in the Park Hotel annex, on the Square, New Oxford, this Friday. Mr. Smith advertises efficient dry-cleaning, pressing alteration service, with work called for and delivered and pressing while you wait. In Smith's Men's Shop you will find the best in nationally ad- vertised merchandise. Store hours will be a. m. to 8 p. m.. ex- cept Friday and Saturday, a. m. to p. m. His phone is 49-R-4. St. Mary's, Paradise The Rev. Chester Loszewski. Pastor Masses Sunday at and in th Protectory- Squire Straley's Court Happenings Thomas McCarthy. Arendtsville. was apprehended by a state patrol- man for speeding at 60 miles per hour. He was given a ten-day notice. William Menchey, Hanover R. D.. three years, has sold the business to Elmer H. Weaver, Arendtsville. The was fined and costs by Squire Straley for driving his automobile Lillichs' Warehouse Opens In New Oxford Paving is being completed out- side the elevator of the new ware- house, near the WMRR station, in New Oxford which was recently built by George W. Lillich and son. of Abbottstown. The grain elevator is the first of Its kind in this com- munity, with a capacity of 40.000 bushels. Mr. Lillich and son will buy or store your wheat, barley and corn at their grain elevator. The Lilllchs operate another warehouse in Ab- bottstown. Call New Oxford 154 or East Berlin 28-R-3. TABLE-TOP OIL in-oven, with glass door, a great value at LEINHARDT BROS., near the Square, Hanover. t VO LV bliC I Geubtners. according to the agree- tter has been employed by Mr. 1 Geigley for some time. Mr. Geigley tenturf. Zeal Peters, Archie Law- ver, Harvey Heller and William Fohl, parsonage trustees of the Heid- lersburg United Bretii-en circuit, for a lot in Heidlersburg. MASTER NAMED Attorney Donald P. McPherson. Jr., Gettysburg, was named by the as master in a divorce action, ____________ brought by Doris L. Colehouse Stev-I The resignation of F. V. Topper, ens, Midway, against Fred A. Stev- Jr., as assessor for the second ward in McSherrystown was accepted by the Adams county commissioners today. F. Joseph Sneeringer was ap- pointed to fill the vacancy. BOYS'SNEAKERS Brown or black; sizes 11 to CUT-RATE SHOE STORE plans to open a Washington, D. future. new business in C., in the near ARREST MAN ON SERIOUS COUNTS Alfred Thomis. 82, of Gettysburg CARD OF THANKS R. 1. arrested last September on We wish to thank neighbors and two morals charges, was in Jail to- friends for their sympathy and kind- day on a similar complaint, pending ness in our bereavement, the loss of court action, and a detainer was our husband and father. F. S. Smith- filed against him for violation of his also for the lovely floral tributes ens, Hanover. ORANGE dipped, quart. JIM'S RESTAURANT. CIOCKS Telechron, Westclox, Seth Thomas. MARK E. TRONE Jewelry Store, 44 Baltimore St., Han- over. 41 Carlisle St. Hanover, Pa. THE FAMILY A. S. Staley, Hanover, paid a fine and costs on a charge of making an improper left turn. The charge grew out of an accident June 13th. ONE OF TWINS DIES James Russell, one of the twin sons born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Leatherman. Gettysburg R. l. at the Warner hospital Saturday, died sev- eral hours after birth. The other son has been named George Thomas. Soft Ball Schedule July 9 East Berlin at N. O. Reforms. Lutherans at Abbottstown. July 13 Abbottstown at N. O. Reforms. N. O. Lutherans at New Chester. jPratt's Music Studio Observes Music Week A Pratts Music Studio Music week started Monday when a massed con- cert was presented at Forest Park this Thursday, a massed concert will be presented at Reservoir Park In 1 Harrisburg. and Sunday a massed concert will be held at Williams Grove park, Saturday, a public pic- nic will be held at Farmers' Grove. Abbottetown. Pratts Music Studio Guitar clubs are sponsoring the pic- nic to earn money to enter the In- ternational Guitar League Music Festival in Buffalo. N. Y., August 16- 20. The Hawaiian Sharps will be i featured at all the massed concerts, as will the York Hilo Guitar band, the Coral Islanders of Harrisburg, the Red Lion Guitar band, the Han- over Oahu Guitar band and many j others. All concerts will be under I the direction of Harold Pratt, as- sisted by the following teachers, Wil- 1 Ham Young. Theresa Schuhart, Do- ris Runk, Robert Rodgers. Robert j Starner. Melvin Nace and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Berwager. JIM'S RESTAURANT. Lester Goodcrmuth. 45. Gettys- burS. was given treatment at the package. Warner hospital for lacerations to j Tuesday evening's softball game between East Berlin and the New Oxford Lutherans at New Oxford. j resulted in a score of 22 to 7. in favor of New Oxford. DIAMOND Wedding Ring Sets. up. MARK E. TRONE. Jewelry Store. 44 Baltimore St., Hanover. STTEFF Gorham. InternaMona! Silver, all MARK E. TRONE I JEWELRY STORE, 44 Balto. St..! CUT-RATE SHOE STORE Hanover, Pa. Carlisle St. Hanover. Pa. the forehead received Sunday in a fall at a roller skating rink. Snakes do not have laryngeo or vocal chords and consequently do not have voices; but they can hiss. BAREFOOT SANDALS Kiddies love them! Soft pliable uppers; sup- ORANGE dipped, I quart. JIM'S RESTAURANT. er-wearing soles; sizes 6 to JUST RECEIVED Boys' Blue Denim Dungarees, sizes 8 to 16. BENN'S, 16 Baltimore street, Han- over. COMING EVENTS i Motorcycle T. T. races will be held by the "Happy Ramblers" motor- cycle club. McSherrystown, on Route 116, between Hanover and Gettys- burg, five miles west of Hanover, on Sunday, May 9. at with time j trials at The track to being im- proved for this season's events. Ye Old-Fashion Conewago Picnic wil Ibe held at the Conewago Picnic Grounds on Saturday. July IT. The Bonneauville Fire company will hold a carnival on July S. XI and 24. The Irlshtown Fire Company will hold their annuii Carnival on Sat- urday. August 1, VSPAPERl   

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