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   New Oxford Item (Newspaper) - July 8, 1948, New Oxford, Pennsylvania                                 TIIK NKW OXroRÎ) ITRM. NKW OXKORI). PA.. Jl'I.V S. Ii>l8  PAGE m  Nr  Couple Home From Anniversary Trip  The Rev. and Mrs. Paul L. Foulk.»  Hanover, returned July 30 from  a five-day trip through Maryland and West Virginia In celebration of their twenty-flfth wedding anniversary.    i  Upon arriving In Clnrksburg, W. i Va.. a reception was tendered them by members and friends of St. Mark’s Lutheran church at the home of one of the members. St Mark’s was the Rev. Mr Poulks first church from 1925-1929. following his graduation. Sunday aweek the Rev. Mr. Foulk again occupied the pulpit at St. Mark's.  Wedne«^day eveninK Clarence O.. Myers, super in tendeht of the Sunday school, and Oliver Bollinger, vice president of the congreg-atlon: of St. Paul s Lutheran church, of I which the Rev. Mr. Foulk Is now| pastor, called upon the Foulk.s and each extended to them a check. '  The Rev. and Mrs. Foulk, the former Miss Mary L. Bower, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E ' Bower, late of New Oxford, were | united In marriage June 26. 1923. In the First Lutheran church. New Oxford. Tlie ceremony was p>er-formed by the bride's pastor, the ^ Rev. W. M. AUifon. The Foulks have one daughter. Mrs. Stanley Bower-sox, Hanover, and one grandi>on. ;  ORAnVilTKH FROM  OLIHS ELEC. SniOOL  Joseph E. Smith, son of Mr and  Mrs. Joseph Smith. Getty.sburg.  graduatcKi from the Bliss Electrical school, Washington, D C.. on Friday. He has accepted a position with the International Easiness Machine company. Philadelphia, and will assume his duties on July 15.  Two Injured When Car Leaves Highway  Tw’o occupants of an automobile which ran ofT the highway into a ditch Saturday morning along the Hanover road two miles east of Gettysburg were treated at the Warner hospital for minor Injuries.  Charles Barnhart, 17. Emmltsburg R. 2, driver of the car. was treated for lacerations of his tongue and right index finger .  Frederick Roelecke. Jr.. 21, Taney-town R. 2. was treated for lacerations of the forehead, puncture wound of the right temple area and contusions of the right shoulder. Both were discharged after receiving treatment. State police investigated.  Murren Reunion Held At Sheffer’s Park  The annual reunion of the Mtjr-  ren family was held at ShefTer’.s park. Oettv.sburg. with aporoxlmnte-Iv 110 persons present A pl'^nl'' lunch was enloyed and games furnished entertainment Awards were presented to the following: Mrs Margaret Murren Smith, the oldest per.«ion present; Lawrence Jaseph Staub. the youngest person present; Mrs. Anna Mary Smith, having the largest familv present, and Mrs Bertha Murren Bowman, the per-s(^n coming the greatest di'^tance Offl?ers for the en*?uing year were elected as follows: President. Eugene Smith; vice president. Eugene Murren; .»^ecretarv. Mrs. Ruth Kuhn, and treasurer. Francis Murren. The committee arranging for the reunion was comrKXsed of Paul Murren, Mr? Cecelia Staub and Harold Dltzler Plans were made to hold a reunion next year at the .same time and place.  crriD IS Rt HIIED:  49 Jl’NE ROMANCEH  Forty-nine marriage licenses were  issued by the ctnint' clnrk of courts  .iurlnx June two short of tlir nil time hl7h of 61 set in June. 1946  The 49 px*rmits last month better last year’s mark of 44. and brin^» the total for the year so far to 127, two less than the 129 for the first six months of 1947.  Cvipld has been busier the past two months of this year than at any time during tlie four pri«»r months May saw 35 llreni^es issued, April. 13. March, 9; Februar>. 5. and January. 16.  A son was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs, Bernard S. Noel. McSherrystown. at the Hanover General  William Bair. Hamver. was fined $10 and costs by Justice of the Prnce ' Ivan Staub McSherrystown. for improper parking.  , Wildasin & Zinneman  I    Your PIIILO.%S Draler  Elrrtriral ^pplianrr«, Krfriitrmtors Washer and <irneral nrra'r'iijj 210 BAI.miOnE STREET HANOVER. PA.  Phonr 2-4143  Cfold Star Lapel  Hutton» .Vvailable  Rov Alcxandrr director of veter-  nm' affair^ fur Adams rountv with  ofTices in the American Leclon build-in ki Gcîîy.^bvir«. announicd Frl-recnpt of application forms for pnlii stiu 1 M>rl buttons The buttons, he said, will be furnished irre of charge to tiie mother. faMier, ^^ido\v, widower, step-mother, strp-failer or mother or father through adopMon. of any serviceman or won'.rn who lo'^t JUs or her life in World War ÎÎ,  Puu ait' aho available, at cost Mrl T » ' o*\vv relati\cs nuiuding M'n^ dnuxihter.s, step-sons or step-dauchtrrs. sons or daughters by  LEPPO CLEANERS  5 E. ^^alnut Street. Hanover. Pa.  3 fifty OK Y CLEANING Ulil    SFRVU'E  Hrpair Work of All Kinds Pressing — Same l>ay S re vice  Everything for the Home  2 STORES  GESSLER  PURNITIIRB CO.  217 Carlisle St.  HANOVER 8 W. Klni: Strcot Littlestown  1  Comfort Plus  IN THESE SHOES  Red Cross, Dorothy Dodd, Enna Jettick Simplex Flexies  ANTHONY SHOE  storp:  18 Baltimore Street Hanover, Pa.  Phone 9161  Portable  Radio  So Tiny — So Powerful So Inexpensive  Motorola's Hew Model 58L11 .  An all-star performer in a marvelously compact two-tone plastic cabinet. AC DC or Battery operation. 4 tubes plus selenium rectifier. Superheterodyne circuit. Built-in loop antenna. Retracting handle.  $32.60  COMPLETE WITH BATTERIES  EASY TERMS  SHEEHAN'S  RADIO SERVICE 921 Carlisle St.. Hanover. Pa. Phone 7179  WORKING LEGS  'IM W»»'*****  HID KASCO WITH $10 WIOTiIMt  You can icll a busv lavcr from • laiy boarder — bicacncd Icki and beaks, ruby-rcil combf» rough k'achert.  Kasco Bio PROTEINS arc tht procvins proved bcit in actual fcciimM (vies. Kaico Bto FfiO* TklSs are a big (lep iurward in feeding laym for auuiinuoi production.  ■i WMf ... HID MSCO.I.  WOLF SUPPLY CO.  47 N. 8lrallon HIreet  OEnVUUIIO, FA.  9 - EVENTS r- 9  MOTOBCYCLE  On Track On Route 116, Between Hanover and Gettysburg  Five Miles West oi Hanover  SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1948  FINAL EVENTS AT 2 O'CLOCK TIME TRIALS AT 1 O'CLOCK IMPROVED OILED FASTER TRACK Noted Riders Will Participate  Sponsored by  “Happy Ramblers” Motorcycle Club of McSherrystown, Pa.  COLD • PACK CANNERS  Jars — Rings — Caps — Jar Wrcnch Tongs  ELECTRIC FANS  Reiriqerator Bottles — Thermos Jugs  REDDING’S SUPPLY STORE  22 Baltimore Street    IMioiie 788    (M*tt> shurK. Ta.  NOTICE FARMERS!  When you are ready to move your wheat, get in touch with us. we will buy it for CASH, or you can store it with the GOVERNMENT and get cash on it and have till next April 30 to .sell it, or you can store it for your own account.  Our storage is at the NEW CHESTER MILL. Phone us or coint lo .see us when your wheat is ready to move.  Wheat handled at Hampton, Llltle.stown and Orrtanna, i.s on a cash basis.  D. H. SHARRER & SON  NEW CHESTER. PA.  LITTLESTOWN, PA. HAMPTON, PA. ORRTANNA, VX:  ^SuMMOITIMC  AT NATURAL SPRINGS PARK  1 Mile East oi Gettysburg on U. S. 30  SUNDAY. JULY 11  PEE - WEE  and the  Range Riders •  COMING SUNDAY, JULY 12  GEARY EPLEY  and the  Cheerful Valley Gang  Natxirol Springs Picnic Area Now Open Daily Road Stand Open Daily Till 11:00 P. M,  EGG-MAKING  NUTRIENTS  roR  HIGH PRODUCING HENS  Hens can’t make good on the nest unless they get the nutrients they need to produce« Give them this chance. Ask for I^arro ""Farm-Egg Mash. Larro is a high quality, productive feed resulting from years of work at Larro Research Farm. It supplies the nutrients high producing hens need and helps you make a real profit over feed cost. So for egg and proht producing results—always ask for Larro Egg Mash.  JOHNSON’S  NULTRY FARM AHO HATONIRY  On the Lincoln Highway 7 MILES WEST OF NEW OXFORD ROUTE S. GETTYSBURG  Phone Gettysburq 710  J Cirro  iurm tvs iv(i  EGG MASH  ITS BIGGER AND BETTER!  FARMER'S GROVE  ABBOTTSIOWN, PA.  SATURDAY, JULY 10  4PM TO ? ?  Enteriainment Galore  150 Entertamers  STARS OF RADIO, STAGE. SCREEN  Suppers Serve A From 4 P. N. to ?  GAMES - rUN - REFRESHNENTS - PRIZES  100 Free Prizes Given Away  Benefit  Pratt's Music Studio Guitar Band's Trip to Buttalo L G. L. Music FostivaL August IS to 21  ... with a  Mew farm Tractor Fleet  Three new Oliver tractors to fit your farm power needs! A new 2-plow, 4-cytinder "66”! A m 2-3 plow, 6-cylinder "77’M A new 3*4 plow, 6-cylinder  Your choice of three great new engines for all three! An for gasoline, a    (or tractor fuels, and a diesel  that will be available later.  Alt three arc equipped with 6-forward speed transmissions. The remarkable new direct drive power take>ofI is available for ait three* A choice of cast iron or stamped steel wheels to fit your traction and weight requirements—interchange* able among all three Row Crop models.  All three are farm-engineered • • . incorporate the same advanced new features. Oliver's full line of centrally mounted and rear suspended tooU are basically interchange* able among all three How Crop models.  Available in Row Crop, Standard, Row Crop with Adjustable Front Axle, or Row Crop with Single Front Wheelt See us first for facts on all the modern, valuable farm fea* turcs on this versatile new tractor.  EABL W. GUISE & SONS  R. D. 4, Gettysburg. Pa.  Phone 965 R 14  Sjtxrii  adnptton and bmthrrs and sLstrrs  Mr Alexander said he has a  supply of Vlrtorv and American De-  feti«?r rnrdah on hand Vetoran^ may obtain thesr mrdab bv pro^rntrni? the orlKinal ropv of their discharge papers at his officc. he said.  Driver Dozes, Hits Truck, And Is Fined  Jcv;rph M Zacovlch 24. Bloom-field. N J. was fiiird $10 and (nsts for falllnc to \lrld half of thr hiKh-\\i\\ following nn aiito-trurk accl-ddrnt Saturday tnnrnlnR 3 4 mllo< wo.^^t of Now Oxford alon^ tlir Lincoln highway  AcrordinR to n rci>ort of the state police, Zagovlrh pro.suniably dozed  For Sair  56-acre farm within slRht of Mum-mert s Meeting House, alon« hard road. \3 nules from York. 8 miles fnnu Haiio\er P'.lertru llsli^s an<l water .^ystern, bath Fp'c-roiim frame h(Mise Summer hiuise and \vu h • house attarlied Sil»'. ('hickeu and brooder liouse for f^OO laviiu- het;»^  H acres pastureland Convenient tc^ churches, schools, bus servue and market.s Only $10 .SOO  ()l-acre farm within si^ht of tnai a-dam road, located on hard nn\d Excellent 9-room frame hi>use Fine wa.sh and butcher house Three miles from Littlestown KUitru. and the land IS In hlph stale of cultivation Only $11.000  Li.st with us for quick .sales We have casli buyers wauin« for farms and homes  ( HFSTKH \\ ZF!(;i.FR, Broker ' J. Monror Danner, A^ent Phone L5-R-2 Fast Berlin, Pa.  whlle drlvlnR hls auto wpst on thè hl^ihway and crnssef! into thè patii of a 8uper-Servlcr truck operated I bv Clarence Camahan 30. Winche*^-ter. Va . whlch was procrrdlnt; east The car rlpped off thp ga'. tank on  If Voti ir-tve  lleatinf; or IMiimbinfi'  to he done  Diai 2-sfì(51 W. R. HI RNS & SON  no T*i>rd st.. Il.innvrr. Pa.  thè truck and dsmaged tttc left aM| Dfttnftge to the car WM mUmM at têOO and MO to the truck.  TRUSSE  fitfltji, ClMtk Arrk    aM CrwUfcw  A m»n 9f wamm    im tt  MYERS  DRUG STOKE  On III« S^ar*. fffliMTtr, Fa»  fits  FRIENDS ! NEIGHBORS ! COUNTRYMEN I  HEAR YE I  SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1H8  Shall Be The Date Oi  Ye Old-Fashion Conewago ncnic  At Ye Conewago Picnic Grotmds  NOTICE!  Do you have enouqh iiro insurance on your Fur-nilure, Clothing, Jewelry, Etc.? 11 not, you need not annoy your old policy now in force — we can write you a new policy to give you hill coverage.  WE ALSO WRITE AUTO INSURANCE  LESTER J. SELL  Hanover, Pa. — Phono 7127 — Open Evenings  ?ireiiun'sI!arnivai  SPONSORED BY  NEW OXFORD FIRE CO., NO. 1  On the S. of V. Armory Grounds, South Peters Street  THURS., FRI., SAT., — JULY 8. 9,10  lENEFIT or BtttLAtMG F0ND  ENTERTAINMENT  Thorsday, The Bnckboard Ramblers • Friday, Brodbecks Band Saturday. New Oxford High School Band  COME  ONE  1  COMES  ALL ■  rOB PROMPT REMOVAL SERVICE OF JIU TYPES  DEJIO, SICK. DI8JIBIXD JINIMAUt  Phone Hanover 3701 and 3702  Li*'£y liens Do Never Lay KFFS' .Meat Scrap IMakes 'Ftn Lay  CALL  ■J.'  BKANCIIFS Hanover, l*a. York, l*a. Milleriitoiin, Pa. (ìetty^iburK. I*a. CireeneaKtle, Pa. Frederiek, Mil.  Phone Hanover 3701 ond 3702  Save Your Kitchen Grease  And You’ll Br Richer. Tli.inks t > Ree»  •V.  Ov^  F. REES. Inc  i.r \:.c  T.%n< tivM. >W. Haeer^town Md. FdinburK.  Beer Wille. N a. LeeKburi;. Va. Miàuaâà«». Va.  We Buy: Hides« TaUow« CallBkins« Bones, Kitchen Grease« Etc.  We Pay Phone Calls  GASS LINOLEUM GO.  127 BROADWAY  Phone 2-3206  HANOVa. PA.  One oi York and Adams Counties' Largest Floor Covering Spocidists  Is Pleased to Present An Ever Growing Assortment oi  DISTINCTIVE FLOOB COVEUNCS  .  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