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   New Oxford Item (Newspaper) - July 8, 1948, New Oxford, Pennsylvania                                 THE NEW OXFORD ITEM. NEW OXFORD. PA.. JULY 8. 1948  PAOS  Scouters At  First B.S. Camp  le new camp of York-Ad»ms Area Council. Boy Scouts of America,'  »mcially completed it& first week on { ihe site west of Dlllsburg with SI ampers and staff members In attendance.  Many new, adventurous exper-1 ienres were reported by the camp- ; rs and leaders. Two over-nJfht like'i to Center Point Knob, the tid-wny point of the Appalachian 'rail between Maine and Oeortia*' ^ere enjoyed by 37 of the campers mder the supervision of David Dick-'on. camp program director; H. J. lelselman and Rev. Paul Cunkle, troop leaders.  The advancement program of Icoutcraft proved popular as did the iquatics program In the new swim-ling pool. These phases were di-'ected by Norman J. Haldeman, Jr.. larlon Trostle, Jr., Ross Smithson Horace Ports, Sr., In addition to [he leaders named above. Each amper, under the leadership of his )atrol leader, must participate in scouting skills on an “Adventure 'rail." In this the Scout “learns by loing** skills related to nature study, ope work, compass, observation, ixemanship, fire building, personal irst aid. judging heights, measuring llstances and physical development, 'he winning patrol last week, with in average of 84.5 points out of a )ossible 100. was Fawn township roop 83, the Indian Patrol under [he leadership of Glenn McCleary. Lmong the campers were five scouts [rom Idavllle Troop 75 and six scouts [rom New Oxford Troops 85 and 86.  The second week’s enrollment will Consist of 134 campers and staff [lembers. Conewago and Black Wal-ilstrlcts will have scouts pre.sent Irom New Oxford, Hanover and Gettysburg.  PLAN RKUNtON  •  The Spangler family reunion will be held July 18 at Arendtsvllle. Dr Joseph D. Krout, secretary of the Lutheran synod, will be guest speaker. The Rer. John Royer, oi Thom-asville, will speak on the Spangler coat-oi-arms.  Child Welfare  Report For May  Five children were added to the rolls of the county Child Welfare Services during May while six were dropped, according to the Child Welfare report for the state presented to the county commissioners office today. One hundred and eleven youngsters were being cared for by the county service at the end of May, the report shows.  On a state-wide scale 235 children were added and 145 removed from the rolls during May. leaving the total cared for at the end of  the month, 2.5S2.  More than half of the 236  brought to the attention of the welfare service during May came under the care at the request of parenU, relatives or ether interested Individuals. Of the five youn^rstors who were placed In charge of the Adams county service one was recommendrd by the parents, two by relatives and tw’o by other Interested Individuals  In the county 43 youngsters cared for by the .service are in the home of the children's parents, eight are boarding In foster homes, three are being kept free of charge by foster parents, one has been adopted and eight are In other establishments, such as training schools.  Applications of 11 new' foster homes are pending in Adams county and 60 homes have been approved, of which 28 were not in use at the end of the month, the report showed.  RfiCOMMENDA DtVORCK    filed with the county prothonotary  Attornrv D«nlel E Tcpter. mn.s-    charging Itxndcllty.  ter In the divorce action of Ralph J    .  Kecklpr. OPttviburg R 3. vprsiK    P-^niuitlo.i of New Zo«lflnd.  Relta Hnhn KcrK’.er. Fflirfleld, ree-    l    1" )>i-t nbout equnl that of  ommrnd.' the divorce in his report.    Detroit Midi  BIRTH ANNOVNrEMENTS OettyRmirg. at the Warner hospital, afternoon at the HoiplUa la  \lr and \Irs Wtlliam Slneid.s, Monday, a daughter    Ja^* SWlsher,  Gettysburg R 4. announce the birth  of a «on at the Warner hospital Tuesday ni<»rninR  Boni to Mr jind Mrs Carl Stull  A daughter was bom Tuesday  ON PAYDAY BUY BONMI  Shirley Blxler. Llttlestown R. 2. was discharged from the Warner hospital.  CAR. TRUCK COLLIDE  An automobile operated by AJ-‘rt P. Lau^hman. Jr., IG, of Han-|vf*r li. 3, and a truck-trailer driven IV Henry Lewis Hall, 32, of Alexan-Iria, Va.. collided at 8 o’clock Tues-^lorning on the Lincoln highway 2 nnle.s we.st of New Oxford. Laughnian was driving we.st and johce said his car crossed! the cen-*r of the highway and struck the iear left wheel of the truck-trailer, aveling ea.st, causing a tire to blow |ut. Damage was estimated at $115. iivestigation is being continued.  Robert C. Keeney. McSherrystown, nlisted for two years in the regular  ly.  PIANO TUNING  AND REPAIRING GEORGE L. MECKLEY  Phone 2-3239 14 Locust St.    Hanover, Pa.  ALL WORK CaTARANTEED PRIC ES REASONABLE  FRED F. reiser  FUNERAL DIRECTOR  iLincolnway East Phone 26-R-2 New Oxford, Pa.  'tee/e's  » — -  lanoTer, Pa. DIAL 3747  iAUNOtV CiiANlM HOftAM  E-COVER  V,  GET YEARS more SERVf ; e  ‘ ^lUT'TI  F U R N I T U I^E  REUPHÖLSTER  WITH SMART  Xa Sir., nee  FABRICS  J  IBPAIRING • UPHOl^TERINO RmNlBinMG  UVINO ROOM SUITGa Made to Order  S. J. CROWL  Wttliiut St/ lliiiiuver. Pa. PiMM 2-1145  Í  atifiuA  FOREST PARK  HANOVER, PA.  Saturday, luly 10 — All Amusements Open  Dance With Nark Leese His Tnimpet and Mis Orchesira  8:30 to 11:30 P. M. — Admission 35c Incl. 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EFFECTIVE «TONE 26  Please accept my sincere thanks and appreclotion ior the patronaqe given me the past three years and it la with t*> grets that I le<zve this business crt this time. 1 will appesclcrte your continued patronage to my successor. Mr. Weover. and assure you that he will be qualified to take care oi all your electrical needs. Mr. Weaver will operate horn his place of business, located in Areadtsville  HIS PHONE NUMBER. BIGLERVILLE EXCHANGE 911-R-3  ROY M. GEIGLEY  Gettysburg. Route 3 — Phoce Big. Exchange 9M>S*11  A  NEW  OWNKKSHIl  •p-  NEW  OWNERSHIP  liU'i I  To the patrons oi tho iormer Roy'a AppHance Service business, and to the people ol Adams County, I announce my purchase ol that business.  Hoving worked with Mr. Geigley irom tha date oi his initiation oi thot eelnl^ Ushment. 1 am acquainted with the procedures followed in its operation, and it is my intention to hiliill every desire which our customers may have.  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