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   New Oxford Item (Newspaper) - July 8, 1948, New Oxford, Pennsylvania                                 w-îi'  ♦ ♦/' .•  !mi>  r  SIX  THE NKW OXFORD ITEM, NEW OXFORD. PA., JLMT 8, 1948  (  J) Yean Ago  IMi 0mt itmm ImI wtfk)  'ft fitiJdrnt nt Lnfnyrttr cnli«ffr. Krt5t-    mì .Innunry 2. of Tdn Rnhrrra Hovr. l> now o H^d Crass nurse, has ar-  on, who Ii05 brr!i on nflicr duty nt    Cnlumbin. to Li *ul fimry J Smith, rivcd In Pinnrr.  the Bristol shlpynrds «^Inro tho clo'n    Npw Oxford, who nr»w stntionrd  of collrpr, has nrrrjilrd n posUton    n( F.llntiton FMold. Tc’xjs  with thr Onvrrnn;Mit Kn.’ii'rrrlnR    y j Hprmrn 1 iM-f.ln*’m’. \\(^\  Corps, with liondqunrtors In VVa.sh-    rr^Junod ns irtrrinan in ihf* mn(’hhii*  In^ton, D C    shop of Now i)xi‘>id i'»'irdr\  ChnrlPR C Nnnlr iMid f’niilv niov-    Mrs Tra K Plan!«, r>ii. (tctlv-hurK  ed from Abbottstown to Philadcl-    dlrd Saturdn' in a h'M^ihil nt  phln.    toonn ÌTìm mnldMi lian/ fWr-  Mnry Fink and Riilpli Dovlnr    "iidi' TpuKhlnbnu'-ii ..'ul sIk w.is  wci'P marilf cl Wed-    I'rtlvr ol Nrw Oxford.  (C—Hwwa fmn fM* *)  lUMlMr H. F^rff. S0. was struck ^ an Mito on the Lincoln highway.  ^ of town, Thursdmy, and fatally Mured.  i JoMph Rockensmlth, Berlin June-on, who was hit bv an auto Imf Hanover, was discharged from MrShrrrystown  ht Ruiom hoapltal.    nesdny  Marion SheeUt. Center    Mossrrvmtth n'-nr Nrw  -, mumad from • aererai Chostcr. nnd Mis Salile Stnub, of ttu' tour of Europe. Her brother. York, wrrr mnrrirri junr 2r.  . J&hn W. Sheete. Columbus. Ohio. Annlp E sn-nvn t m.d ci.-vio-i K  ___jjie trip with her.    Runk. Cunpwn^o towii.shlp, wcrr  MIM Emma M)r«rs, Bonneauvjlle,_™*"‘*^'ru‘’«i>«y diacharged from the Hanover Ul.  William B. Oroft and Anna M.  . McSlMtryatown. were grant* a marriage lioenM.  I Oround has been broken for the [reetlo:  Wlrn!. $2 09 por busliPl.  40 Years Affo  (PH«I over from la<«i week)  Miss Louise I.nwronro. MrSherrys-town. Is «;criously 11)  Chnrlo.s Oroft. nr.ir town. v.lio snf-ferod scrlou> Injurio.s in a fall from a cherry trre, is Improvin?  Mrs. Poter fc'taub. Mt. Rock, is  n of a new house ior Henry fi^rlousiy ili  Cwrence on the McSherrystown-lìltnnlal roftd.  ^ Born to Blr. and Mrs. William In-[klp, Berlin avenue, a daugrhter. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meni. McSherrystown. a daughter. MUs BCyrtle Hoke. Abbottstown.  Mrs. Blanche iWonv'^r) 8mllh, Hanover strret. is .srriously ill.  Born to Mr and Mrs Monroe Ndl, Mt. Misery, a dau«hter.  Born to Mr and Mrs Edward WiU let, McSherrystown. a son.  Mrs Genr«e Bubb. uoar “llv Pinr.s ■ siifTorod a frarturr of !irr rlRht arm when she fill at hrr homr  Konnrth Alwlnr Brrlln .tunrlinn, is ,M:iT<'rlr.K fr( m a sorr ^of t liavir.ii prirked it by th^ tyno of a manure ioi k  John V' Wen*'/ K^rmeih McMn -ter. Earl Weaver. John Topper and Jo^epli Wenvfr. of Himovrr and Mr-Sherry.''town. v»ho onH^tod in the Naval Rese»*ve Corps, have been transferred from Phllailelphla to San Pranrisro for tralnlnr Eu/'ene Kmall. MrSherrystown, has arrived in Kranre.  Guy Edv/ard Mrlntire. Mt Rork, has enli.sted in the Tank Corps Lieut. W'lrren J MiMer Haru)ver street, ha.-^ arrived in Prance  Akhos Smith, Orange street, who  H: R TI I.indrman and Gertie Mtt>. R'»nnrau\illr. were married Juiu’ 21  Will Shu’tz. Readiiu? tow'nshlp. u.il (krlir M< Master. Hamilton town hip, were anted a marriage ill tlic y ird lit enf e  Chaile Miller. Harrl.sburg, son of Mr and Mr.*-    A  pl'ire, hp re.' t »d tne '  hotti-.town, fell from a ladder and fractured her fiO.»5e and scvera! ribs Willl.*^ E Kraber II» nptnn. has bern elecled ln‘=trui » in th^ com-n.rrclal d'partmen^ of T^'mple unl-ver.«ilty. Philadelphia John Kahirr, v/hllr a'^istlng at hay-!mking on the r'nt ewaiio chapel farn. wa*' pro'-irated by the heat M;‘ ilarr\ F Hemkr. 3') Mount -  I'.ave purcha.ed a bulltlinß lot on Pit» itr f*. be%ond thr* W M station, from.J, N. H?rr,h. on which they will r rrct a bMck dwelling.  Miv Miillh Hcr^hey. R«"ding.  fnrm'^rlv of this p’ac«. has pur-fhn fd frf *Ti J N. Herfh a building lot i,n Pitt Te^t. rn which .«^he will rrect i* brick re-idcnre Mr Jr'n^‘5 Trimmer, Hamilton t.iwrrhii). '-^hiic a“ls*)i:j,» her husband pt h nilin« hay. Tell from the»  i  pleasnnt tonw'-hip. died Friday.  Mrs Vln^'cnt Little .52, MiSher-    ar.d fractured her left shouU  r:stown, died Thursday.  Mrs Jrrntrr Heldlor 03. died at ^hrat. 82c per bushel.  the home of h^^r ‘ì'^Nm.    Jo-    __  Miller, this oph Topper. McShorry 4own. W^-d-torp room of nesday  Mr* O A ßmith. Hanover street, pçter K. Smith, B2. Mountpleas-wh«re he will open a shoe and ant townrhip died at his home in  BonneauvUle, Wt dnesday.  The Bawden ■ Isters. of Baltimore.  w furr.lshinK store,  P>orn to Mr and Mrs. Hayes B  I-air CarlMe .str(<’t, a .«“On.  Mr»' John KahlbauKh. Abbotts-ti'wn. whili’ picking cherries, fell fr<»ni a ladder and fractured a rib Mrv Jones HoiThelns, near Ab-  now boarding at tho home of Mrs. Mary Ehrhart, Phlladf Iphla street.  ANDES FURS  2‘{7 PJîisf Markof Strcei YORK, PA.  Open rveninr»  While picklnu cherries. George .    . .  L maso    AgUCS SmllM, OrailgO SÎ fCet . WllO  who had been 111 Ia able to sit un Myers, Mt Pleasant town.ship. fell    i 4 , r  wno n»a Dcen 111. is »oic w sit up.    ... » , ,* recently graduated from the Cîen-  ^ J. J. Wolf. Abbottstown. has been irom a ladder and broke his left I the xlek liat.    1  Wheat, 9146 per bushel.    i  ' shoulder.  eral hospital. Philadelphia, and v;ho  U.scd Furniture  Oood Selection 7.!f#derately Priced  ÎÎ. & n, SALVAGE  IH lyiieiist St., Hanovrr, Pa. Open 8 A. M. to 7 P. M.  30 Years Ago  (Beli em frwi laal week)  È Charles Berkheimer. Abbottstown. ft for New York city, where he will i employed at plumbing.  Ouyon A. Smith» Hanover street,  Miss Emma Study. Mt. Plea.sant township, fell from a hay wagon and broke his right arm.  Announcemef^t has been made of the marriage in Galveston, Texas,  ■  Stambaugh Auto Parts  AUTO  Oeeeraler, Starter» Ifnftiofi awi Marneto Service  07 E. Waliiat St. Dial 9163 HANOVER, PA.  In ri*:  of John HnrlKtld. iHtr Ilf thi*  liurouKl) **f N«*w Oxfoid. Adamn County, l’onn^yl-vitniii, dcci'HAíMl.  SFECI AL  lv«nr Thttrsdoy Evaning  5:M to 7:M O'cloek  I  In Our Mcdn Dining Room I cmd  DINIIEII8  DIae In Ceaifort At  Ntw Cenlril Hotel  tDmttr 8«aaf«    Hanorer, Pa.  ,rhMic K12  rAFFLE  Waalti It Bif  > Powarad  IIFLES  Amy CaHkf* la QMd CoadtUMi  «  Ctilyikvf Rtwi iBá Sptriug 6o«ds  51 Ckanbaraburg Stiaat Gattyabury, Pa.  IN THK ilHPHAN.S- COt'KT Ol ADAM.S COl'NTY. I-KNNSYI,VANIA  Kliht un«l Kiiml Aci’Mtinl of V«nk Tni**i (*(impHn\. i fc»riii«’i jy Thf York , Tinnt H»al and lU'poHli (’nni-j»an\, 'liii**t««'.  I» W .if Jnhn llai.  latí of thf liopMiuh f>f Ni*w ^ Oxford, ('ounty of Adams, State of t Penn.tylvnniH, d»‘*  «•* a*»<*d, foi th*» lumi-nt • f Harliarn Finnc4*H Hii^lxild, fctr llfp and aft«T I 1h ih nth t-• I lb* rn. NOTirK OF FIMN(; ACCOl’NT TO THK HKIHS AT l.AW OK h\KHAH\ FKAN(’KS HAHHOl.l) AND AM, OTHKK PAKT IKS IN INTKHKST    ‘  Takt* imlic«* that th»* al'ovi* accountant liaw fUrd itn Fir-t ami Final Account in tho olftci* of thr (Utk of thr Oi • phan»’ (’oiirt of Adnms ('minty. IVnn-H>lvunÍM, and tliat »a)el Hccouiit will Im* confîrmoil alMoiuti* on tht* 2»th day of , Auioi)«t. 104><, nnlcHK rxcrptionn an* fih*«! prior thfn'i*>.    1  EMMA K. 8HEFPEK.  Ch rk of thf t’tiurti*.    1  KALAMAZOO  8TOVEa ami FURNA('KS TOnif)HKAT on. HUUNFHS RURAL nOTTI.KI) í;AS niSTUlUUTORS  WARD W. WYNN  Stove A Furnace ('o.  261 W. Markft St.. 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