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   New Oxford Item (Newspaper) - July 8, 1948, New Oxford, Pennsylvania                                 PAGE EIGHT  THE NEW OXFORD ITEM, NEW OXFORD. PA.. Jt’TT 8,1948  Adams County League  LKAOtJK STANDfNG         W    L    Pet.      Orrtanna ....    11    4    733      Hanover    11    4    733      New Oxford    10    6    .625      LitUestown    9    8    f)On      McShcrr>T5town    9    8    529      Bendersvllle    8    8    .500      York Springs    6    9    400      Gettysburg    6    10    375      Fairfield    5    10    .333      Emmltsburg    3    13    188     1.  Saitirday*« Sooren  Gettysburg. 9: Uttle5tov*n. 5 Orrtanna. 11; McShorrv^town. fi  York SprinR«^ 4; Knunit*'Oi)i / 0  Now Oxinrfi. 7: Bonrln «.vUlo. 2.  Hanovrr 7 FtUinrl.! 2 Mofic1a\> Srorr«»  MornlffK  Fnlrnrlcl, 8 (f»*i• \shmtr 1. Orrtnnnn 9 Y( ik Spi ru n Hnnovrr 3. KrMf“* ? MrShorrsst(»un. 7 Bon(i<M‘-villo 3 Npw Oxford, i) Fnimil'»njru. 3.  AftrrncHin Hanovrr. 10; Crrt‘\-hiir« 2 Npw Oxford. 9. Lit! If* n. 7 MrSliorrystown, 3, York Si riiu'.''.  Falrneld. 2; Brndrr^villo. 0 Orrtanna, 4; EmmH.<burg, 3.  ON PAY DAY BUY BONIXS  Tour Day Old (’hild Sent To Philadelphia  Onrv Wn'. riP. f' iir flnv old '^on of Mr ai\d Mr^ Irn K Bhuk. tourLst  (jtnij) i,j>f I ¡iioi '- rrist ol C w**»\ Kl.ur« Ti • l.f 1 i 'iln ))}• \w\ ;i% a ii- i f iiK)’v<‘il from tho W.iriior  f wpfk to tlu fhiidifn’- l)f) pit» nt Philndi-lphh for ob«prvnt)f>n. nftrr will'll Mu* (hild WM.s roturnfd lii)nio Mr Plilllj) H i«’lirs. of fhi- Ir»*-pila! -*afT a 'ornpanlPd tlir vounn--tfr nn t);»> trij)  1)1 Raytnon i Half. \ho anondiii;: I'lan. .«aid that ihf trip wa* Hindi* i'»r obMrvat;ni nt thr lio*,-  MARRIAGES  iC^intlniiod from Page 1)  JUST IMAGINE ! A COHPLET£IY  AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC RANGE  "CROSLEY"  only  Servi-Chef Conirol Tiaitr and Clock  Juit tei the clock for tlmr cle-sirrd to start and stop the rooking prore«». The Servi-Chef timer does the rest. (*an be used to control oven» broiler, i:S50 watt rear unit or ron> venienee outlet.  It's As Simple As Setting Your Watch  SMITH’S BARBER SHOP  HANOVER STREET  LEON SMITH. Prop.  NEW OXFORD. PA.  Here it is,..in all it’s value giving glory!  ^ * ^ ^ ^    .Ài    J  ..  rV • 'Ml  «.  « *ïi'  s «  t.« • s  lOS Broadway  Super-Sensational Bargains on Today's Finest Ladie s' Apparel!!  All Remaining  MILLINERY  Formerly Sold $ J .00 to S25.00  1  All Remaining  JÜWELEY  Formorly Sold S A .00 to S14.B5 1 plus  * tax  Belter  Formerly Sold .95 to S9.95  1  Irregulars of SI.65 & S2.3S 51 GAUGE - DENIER NO MEND NYLON  HOSIERY  $4 .00  1  Pr.  All Romainiug  SUITS  That Sold up to $99.95  15 10 25  Strictly First Quality BLUE MOON NYLON  HOSIERY  $1.40 to $1.75 $J.00  Values  1  All Remaining  TOPPERS  Ve lues to $69.50  15  and  20  All Remaining  Coltoss Dresses  25 OFF  All Sheer Cool  DRESSES  25^ OFF  All Roniaming  P!ay Siiüs - V^hiie Suits  All Remaining  2un Back Dresses  25 Off  loft on a wodding trip. Upon thplr return Ihry will reside at the hf>mr of the bride’s parents for the pri • f*i t  Mr Hawn, a carpenter, served  thrpf \oars with thc#81.si Division in  thp Kniopoan theatre and received  tiie Silver Star and Purple Heart  for a hand wound. He graduated fri>m Delone CnthoHc high in 1939. The bride, who graduated from De-loiu* In HH4. is employed by the Hanover Shf>e company.  ||oke--i:ilrieh  Miss Hannah C. Ullrleb, Oettys-burpj R .*?. and Harry Clayton Hoke, also of Oetty.sburg R. 5, were united in niarriii«e Saturday at noon in th»-study of Chri.sl Lutheran rhurrli by tJie Rev Dr. Dwiglit P. Putman*. Witnesses for the eeremony w'er" Mi.s.^ Beatrice PfeiTcr and Mrs. Putman.  Following the wedding the couple wa.s entertained at a dinner at the home of Mrs. Charles PfefTer, Gettysburg R. 2. The bride is operator (if a kennel along the Bonneauville road. The bridegroom is employed at the CJettyshur^i iurinture factories  Spangler—Banker!  Miss Mildred Anna Bankert. dautditcr of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer I. Bankert. Ha!U)ver. became the bride of Bernard Aaron Spangler, .son of Mrs Agnes SpanRler. McSherrys-town. Friday evening at a ceremony perf(irmed in the rectory of the Church of the Annunciation of the Bh*ssed Virgin Mary, MrSherrvs-towii Thi* Rev. Anthony J. Mc-Cilnlry, oilifiated.  Smith—Buehman  Tlie w'edning of Ml.ss Mary Eliza-)K*t!i Bucliman. daughter of Mr. and Mr«* Roland Buehman. Hanover, and Kugene Francis Smith, Hanover R. D 4. was .solemnized at a nuptial mass Saturday morning in th<* Churcii of the Annunciation of the Ble.s>ed Virgin Mary, McSherrys-town. The single ring cerem<my was performed bv tlie Rev. Anthonv J. McGinley. The bridegroom attended Delone Catholic Hit?h school and is an employe of the G. T. Heltlbridle Plumbing company, Llttlestown.  Bowman—Hagerman  Mi«s Ro .e Marie Jane Hagerman. dau^htr of Frank E. Hagerman, Me- ! Sherry.'town, and Lester M. Bowman. Han<wer. were married at a nuptial ma.ss in the Chuich of the, Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, McSherry.^^town. Saturday rnornin* Tl;e double ring ceremonv was performed by the pastor, the Ut. Rev Msj»r. Patrick P. McGee T’.ie britle was j»raduated from Delone Catholic Hi^h school and is; employed by the Middleburg Maiui-iacturli'.g company. Tliey will reside * at the liome («f the bride’s father, until the bridegroom receives hLs army discharge.  Kline—l^urenee  Miss Lorraine Glad vs Laurence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Laurence, Hanover R. D 4, became tlie bride of Roy Kline. Jr.. son of Mrs. Charles Grove, Hanover. Sat-ur<tay afternoon in the rectory of the Church of the Annunciation of ihc Blo-vsed Vir^nn Mary, McSher-rystown. The double ruig ceremony was pertorniod by the Rev. Antiiony MiCimley. Thc> iuui as their attendant: Mr. and Mrs Francis Livels-bert;er, sifter and brolher-in-law of I lie bride. Tlie newlyweds will re-Miie at the home of the bridegroom’s nuuher.  heidu<:ksburg  I  The Adult Bible class of St j Mark’' Lutlieran church will meet I thi.> Tliuisday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tanger. York Si:rn\gs R. D 2.  Mr and Mrs. Charles Funt visit-i d tnend‘- at Dimcaiuion.  A nuinl.(*r ot fnend.s from this i :nr m.;1 \ .itt» i dcd the tuiu-ial ol  K Kii-t;. 74 held al Kdgcuioiil. DauplUli  Ml  M.. r* it .1 \  X »    li‘ \  Ml .itui Ml' Cllarle^ Funi wt're t nu-i(aii>t‘d Sunday by Mr and Mrs C l- I- Wut I l ai Bi)ni.cau\ilie Mr anti Mi> H CÌ Ha\ei.>tO(*k \i Uc I ilu'U dau iilcr. M1.S.S MiidriHi* Ha\ ft stock. AbboLstown. on Sat-uida\  Mr and Mrs William Haverstock and daui:liU*r. lX)iina Lue. York Spring' H I). \i>Ucd Mr and Mrs C'haiU ' Funt on Saturday Anna Mac«* Fagan. Harri.sburu, Ls p* luunc tlu* •'uinnu*r \suh Mr> Ho'^u* Biaim* Yoik Springs R. 2. ¡ l hf Yi la* rt‘union \sas held Sunday al Willuim> Grove Fiancis Vi»he rcceued the prize tor being till cliie I person present and he u lis ,»Im) I U'Cted iMe.^idenl    i  I'ltal al Phil.idelphla in connection with an KH I actor Aiu)tlu*r ^oa ol Ml and Mi> Black born a \ear •u ' was aUo taken to the Philadel* pilla ho.siu'al lt>i oUser\alijn then} :oi tlu‘ .same reason.  DR. EASTEB Optooietrisl  Vour hyea h»-.uiiined 1 orreetly Vour (ilu^se^ ;\d-jUhted rroperly  ^ ur *'Kvv Iruublrn" K^pUuu'U.  iiltl ilttl.    \ Ikt'HI llNlllOWtl  Dali) IS *0 tu s 1« riiuft. (» tü lu 1 uu  II WEST MUKET STREET CEUiy BUG. YORK 3Z3M  NEW HEADQVARTEBS FOB  NEW - WAY DRY CLEANERS  and  SMITH’S MEN'S SHOP  Efficient Dry-Cleaning, Presnng and Alteration Service  Work Called For and Delivered  CALL 49-R-4  P R E-S S I-II G W H-l-L-E Y O-U W-A-M !  The Best In Nationally - Advertised Merchandise  McGregor Sportswear    Chaison Knitwear  Wembley Neckties    Bodyguard Underwear  Aetna Dress Shirts    Summerweight Gabardine  Holeproof Hosiery    and Rayon Worsted Trousers  Harvester and Big lack Work Clothes  Í ' »  FRIDAY, JULY 9th  ON THE SQUARE  NEW OXFORD  STORE HOURS: 9:00 A. M. to 8:00 P. M. Except Friday and Soturday. 9:00 A. M. ot 9:00 P. M.  Harvey J* Smith, Prop*  GIGANTIC HOUSE CLEANING STABTS THUBSDAT, JULT 8TH, 9 A. N.  So, Be On Hand Tomorrow — Early, For Unmatchoblo Valiiot. Take Advonlogo of This Great Event  RED HOT DRESS VALUES  Special Lot ol Dresses« To Close Onl-Yours While They Last  each  Sorry "No Phone Orders or Exchanges  Special Lot of  Coiion and Crepe  DRESSES  NOW  Sizes 9 to 52 Values to $7.99  Wash Silks • Cottons Bemberg  DRESSES  All Siies • •. Values to $9.99  All Our Better  Special Lot of  Cotton and Silk  DRESSES  Sizes 9 to 44 Values to $8.99  Silk • Bemberg • Cotton  DRESSES  Newest Styles Values to $10.99  DRESSES  NOW  Sizes 9 to 20 and 18*2 to 24''2 Values to $12.99  200 Good Silk  blouses  »  Reg. $3.99 and $4.99 Volu*s Sises 32 to 38  33 BROADWAY  oiu tl ValMi"  lAMOm. PA.   

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