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   New Oxford Item (Newspaper) - July 8, 1948, New Oxford, Pennsylvania                                 'i  - f  K  FAOK EtORT  TTIE NKW OXFORD ITEM, NEW OXFORD, PA., JTJT.Y 1, 1048  List Students Ready Tostcn. Shincy Mem Wngnmnn  Tb Enter Jr.-Sr. Highs  in hrlpiiiR tfi haivo.st the crop to go  TNION lo iho emplovmrnt .servire ofTìcr  Griirfp 6 In Grttysburp sfimelimc this weok  Norma Jenn Arrntx, Norbort Wil- to .««iRn iip for Uio work.  - llftm BoUver, Janot IìOuIko Bnim- Tlic nnnunl hnrvest will begln In  Oicmr ■Itmlwufh, Nancy Lw Eter- Larry James Frrsrr. Louise ^ numbrr of cminty orchnrcl.s on  Frymyer. Kennoth Edward j^iy o. nnd from iUvn on  Fuhrman, Phyllls Carolyn Orove. . , ' ' , . ,,, Carroll Emanuel HuRhe.. Jean Marie  (CmiUmM fmn Pate D  ter, Hanover and other communllloa | A son wa,s also born at the hos-and then head for tne orchards, pltal Tuesday afternoon to Mr. and making various stop« alon« the line Mrs. Howard Hawbakcr, Gettysburg to pick up the pickers. R. 1. •  Mr*  ■AMIIitON  Gn4e « ___________________________________  Robtrt KUftnt Brodbwk. June Hull. Robert Allen Hull. James dolly.  iMber Bltvwn. Ftances Pauline Cos- Samuel Paul Krichten. Shirley Jean ' As a matter of fart, the Oellys-  tella. Oeoffie Bdward Costella. Har- Morehead. Dean Jacob Sell, Bobble ^^^^ ofn^p ^ead said, the growcr.s  riet Loulae Orlffln, Curvln Harman. j^j-oy Snyder. Carl RU hard Want/  Joyce Adele Myers. Lucy Virginia ■ ----  flell. Joyce Lucille Topper. Jay Em- « f;^ I^i^L ora Xpf^rlpft  manuel Welsh. Sylvia Ann Yohe. l^^nnf I li Kfrs l^ifCUCTi  MT, PLEASANT July 6 Fof ( hemes  Grade i  fxi)er;t to be nble to use all thn pirkflrs they can get on that o|>en-ing date  on a county-wldo si-ale the expected crop Is estimated at about  Olenn Merle Bentael Rose Anne The OeltysburK ofTirr of the Penn- ' the same n.s last year's, which was  DeS SrT P^klnii^r «ylvanla Stolte Fmpl.yment Servire ' 50 per rent of normal. But some or-  S liloyd iTeS^^^^^ Tuesday began the search for 1.5(X) ^ char^.s are full o^ruit while nearby  Huff. Grace Virginia Lehigh, Anna cherry pickers. • - p'S t ans c^^^^^^^ bus.s to  Corlnne McDannell. Nancy June' E. A. Crnusr. manager of the Oel- P ^  V^k riiffene Henrv Rudislll Bettv ivsburg offìn- uru-d rvervono over sUrl at Mirh place.s as LlLiK st^wn,  Peck. Eugene Henry Rud^^^ Betty ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ „UerestedCWatvsburg. New Oxford. New Ches-  Jane Smith. Delma Mary Sialr. Clea son Lancy Stoner, Grace Darlene Wagner. William Albert Wherley. Svelyn Congleton.  STKABAN  Carl Joseph Bass, Helen Annie Crushong. George Shrlver Deatrich, Shirley Darlene Decker, Shirley Louise Flioklnger. Betty Iltne Fowler. Barbara Ruth Hankey, David Leslie Harlow. Bernard Richard Hewitt. F. Alda KUnefelter. Earl Richard Kuy-kendall. Florence Romalne Laugh-man. «KenneUi Curtis Light ner. Carol3m Nancy Little, Catherine Martha Martin, Harold Rufus Mill-hlmes. Annabell Moritz. Darius Bob-bert Shull Eva Mae Swope, Edward R. TaughlnbaUKh, Robert Lee Tipton. Peter Graham Wilson, Bruce Emanuel Witter. Dorothy Jane Witter, Glen A. Zepp.  READING Grade 6  Rose Mary Frances aalek, Clarence Karl Basasti. Harold Eddie Clapper, Doris Jean Fidler. Janet Arlene Ingle, Nancy Lou Jacobs. Carol Ann Miller, Naomi Mildred Miller, Mary Louise Muul. Henry Joseph Smith. Olenda June SK^k, Edwin Harry Stockham. Helen Leah  CAR AUCTION  AT BAB 30 BANCH  11 Miles East ol Gettysburg. 15 Miles West ol York  On U. S. Route 30  Every Tuesday at 1:00 P. N.  Conditions of Sale:  $5.00 ENTRY FEE For Excunple. You Enter 5 Cars  You Pay . You Sell 3 You Pay .  . $5.00 . $15.00  Total $20.00 No Qharge For Cars Not Sold  STAHBAUGH'S CAR AUCTION  For Reservations Phone New Oxford 62-R-2  ANNOUNCING  & YINGLING  BEER DISTRIBUTORS Phone 555 Y-1 FIFTH STREET. GETTYSBURG. PENNA.  WE DELIVER BEEB OB SODÄ IN NEW OXFOBD  NOW  • • •  • • •  At Our Warehouse Yon Can  National Bohemiaa  G u n t h e r ' s National P e m i u m  In Bottles, Cans and Throw-Away Bottles  Gel  We Sell All Kinds oi Soda and Richards an Root Beer  OPEN MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY — 8:00 A. M. TO 7:00 P. M. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY — 8:00 A. M. TO 9:00 P. M.  RED HIPP and BOB YINGLING  PUBLIC AUCTION SALE  MOW GOING ON  PENROSE MYERS  Established 1876  Jeweler  12 Balimore Street  RETIRING from BUSINESS  Entiro Stock. Consisting ol Fine Diamonds. High Grado Watches. Gold Jewelry. Silverware. Clocks. Glassware, Leather Goods.  Fountain Pens. Etc. NOW BEING SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDEN  AUCTION SALE DAILY  2 TO 5 P. N. AND 7:30 TO 10 P. N. UNTIL EVEBYTHING IS SOLD  Everything Must Go — Fixtures For Sale  FBEE! DIAMOND BING and other VALUABLE GIFTS GIVEN AWAY FBEl  PENROSE MYERS, Jeweler  12 BALTIMORE STHEET GETTYSBURG. PA.  This Sale Being Conducted Under My Personal SuporvUion My Dauyht»r. Mrs. Davis, Mri'. Hoke and Miss Holt/., assistinq  B. E. JACOBS. Auctioneer and Appraiser  NOTICE TO PATRONS  RAFE'S RESTAURANT  Will Be Closed This Saturday. Sunday & Monday  JULY 3. 4 and 5  Parko^ed Ice Cream Will B« AvaUable Through the Slor*  R. H. SMITH. Prop.  CENTER SQUARE NEW OXFORD, PA.  FOR STY AND QUALITY  Shop at DANIELS  Every Garment Greatly Reduced  DAN  LS  136 - 38 E. Market St., York, Pa.  HANOVER, PENNA.  VACATION BOUND?  Treat Yourself to Smart Travel Needs!  11 • i  MATCHED LUGGAGE     21-Inch Wcck-End    $11.75      26 Inch Pullman    $15.75      2Mnch Wardrobe    S19.75      2Mnch Week-End    $9.90      26-Inch Pullman    $13.75      2Mnch Wardrobe    $16.75      2Mnch Weok-End    $14.75      26 Inch Pullman    $19.75      21 Inch Wardrobe    S24.75      Men's Two Suiter    $19.75 to S44.75      Men's Companion Cases    $14.75 to $34.75      OTHER STYLES & PRICES      26-Inch Metal Case    $3.98 and $4.98      Vanity Cases    S2.3ÌÌ and S4.98      Hat Boxir^s    $4.98      21-Inch Week End Case    $1.98      20-Inch Week-End Case    $4.98     0  NEW  SUMMER  CLOSED SATURDAYS  . during  ' july & august  SUMMER  OFFICE HOURS  8am to 5pm  MONDAY thiu FRIDAY  flREMANS{[ARNIVAL  SPONSORED BY  NEW OXFORD HRE CO., NO.  On Ihe S. of V. Armory Grounds, Sovlh Peters Street  THÜRS., FRL SAT. — JULY 8, 9.10  ENTERTAINMENT  Tlinrsday. 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