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   New Oxford Item (Newspaper) - July 8, 1948, New Oxford, Pennsylvania                                 THK NFAV OXFORD ITEM. NKW OXFORD. PA.. JTi-Y 8. 1!« 18  PACÊ T&RK9  defendant rorfeits Bond In York Court  A 33-yrar-olcl first ofTondrr from Oxford, who threw merchan-llso around in a drug store at Pine  ind Market street*; and who made 'passes" at a man who Rave "wrong" mswers tn hLs questions, forfeited a 10 rash bond when he failed to put |n an appearance In York police iourt Wednesday. The man was arrested bv Patrol-len W. J. Grove and R. H. Enders fter police received a call that the I'^fendant was creating a disturb-' ince In the store. Patrolman Enders testified that hen police arrived they found a ^ 1 e s g 1 r 1 replacing merchandise fhlch the defendant had thrown ¡n the floor. He said the girl told |he polioe the man entered the l^ore and a.sked tn make a telephone [nil to New Oxford. Before the man , the call through, the officer f^ated, he began to walk from the [tore. On the way out .it was said, e be(?an to disarrange the merchan-Lse. He then began to question the [lan waiting for a bus and made passes" when the man gave an- , i^ver.s which did not suit him. The iri in the store said that she called [olice when the man entered a sec- , ud time and she became frightened. York Dispatch.  TROTH ANNOfNCEn  Mr. and Mrs Harrv J Sneeringer. York, have announced the engagement of their c'auchter. Jean Louise, to Jew Jofeph Dagenhardt. Sellns-grove.  Miss Sneerlnger graduated from William Penn Senior high school in 1945 and Is a recent graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.  Mr. Dagenhardt Is a graduate of the Merchant Marin*^ academy at Kings Point. N. Y.. and is at present a student at the University of Pennsylvania.  No date has been set for the wedding.  The bride-to-be Is a great-granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Hemler. late of near Brush Run schoolhouse.  Lt Jordan Assìf^ned Countians Sell As Asst. Reff. Surpreon $10,000 Property  THROWN FROM BIKE  Robert Redding. Jr., 8, Gettysburg, was treated at the Warner hospital Wednesday for cuts on the forehead sufTered when a brake locked on the youngster's bicycle and he was thrown against the side of a house.  First Lieut. Herbert V. Jordan. Jr., Hanoveri who was formerly serving as dispensary ofTlcer at Clark Field Air Bn^c in Pampanga. Central Luzon. Philippines, has been recently transferred to the 57th Infantry Regiment 'Philippine Scouts) stationed at Fort William MrKlnlev p. few miles outside M.^nlla, where he is now assigned as assistant regimental surgeon.  A practicing physician of Harris-burg General hospital before he entered the Army on August 16. 1947. at Fort Houston. Tex., Lt. Jordan attended Medical Field Service Scho<.)l prior to leaving for assignment in the Philippines the following October He Is a graduate of Bucknell university. LewLsburg. and of Jefferson Medical college. Phila-dalphia.  ON PAY DAY—BUY BONDS  Now's The Time To Sell  CARS  A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Neiderer, Hanover R. D. 2, the Hanover General hospital Fri- I Your Car While You Can Get  ay.  SINCE 1897  CONRAD'S  FAMII.Y SHOE STORE  26 CARLISLE STRKKT HANOVER. PA.  hints, Asbestos Roofin.? and Siding  Building: Supplies ~ Glass Slate — Rooiing — Lumber  BRADY & McCADDEN Chestnut St. I){al 4133  HANOVER, PA.  Qliìrttsman fi JEUIELER  C6fttuiéurg. pernia.  i  ROH'S  CONFECTIONERY  CENTER SQUARE  Is Candy Headquarters In Hanover  rf"  , SCHRAFFT'S BOXED CANDIES  We Specialize in  Summer Candies Mints - Caramels Gummed Candies Candy Bars , Etc.  Teanuts—Pecans—Popcorn Woveltlcs  BUSTIN' OUT ALL OVER?  Th« «««dt in your corn ond •oU. wt moan. Aro thoy shooting up liko - «roll. INio woods? Thon 90« '«m now with Dr. Msbury'» WIID-KIUA^ (2,4-0). Uw-cost low*follonogo iproyin«. Costs «s UttU as 35 conts por «ero on smoH 9r«iiM. iuy Dr. SMury'» WMD-KILL A-4 na w «nd got Ihooo woods M«ro it's tato. Nr temploto wMd-ipray inf infoniMtion, sm us  /./. ____  IK H. SHARRER & SON  w Chester — Phone 116-R-2 Hampton — Phone 1U-K*2 LIttlestown ^ Phone 14  '/i  raaovrr  The Top Cash Price, To  York St. Garage  240 York St., Hanover Phone 9235  Noiorola Portable  The New All Through  MOTOROLA MODEL 68L11  With the Convenient  DIAL - IN - HANDLE  A brilliantly new modern design with all controls in thumb's reach while you re carrjring it. Brings in hard-to-i?et stations with big volume and beauty of tone. AC DC or Battery operation. Breathtakingly beautiful cabinet is colorful woven fabric permanently laminated .with clear, tough plastic. 5 tubes plus new selenium rectifier. Tuned RP Amplifier — 3 gang condenser. Superheterodyne circuit. Built-in loop antenna. The dial is in the sturdy plastic handle. Convenient. Easy to operate. Wonderful looking and listening — everywhere.  $55.20  COMPLETE WITH BATTERIES  EASY TERMS *  SHERMAN'S RADIO SERVICE  921 Carlisle St.. Honover. Pa. Phone 7179  SALE  SAV  SEE OUR WINDOW  SAVE $1 to $3 On Every Pair  Marked Down For Quick Selling  all were  Reg. $7.95  4  NOW  .95 $ and  5  .95  SAVE $1 to $3 On Every Pair  Note:* Styles selected for this luUe ... on dkpiAy in our window.  N and L Shoe Store  IS W. MAMST ST.  YORK. PA.  P.i.: tame C»r»fHl WMkma  Durins thU SALE  AU Fittinc« X-rftyod The SclentlAc W»y  Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Herring. Jr., Oettysburc, at the Warner hospltiil, a daughter.  John W and Ruth M. Bowers,.  Now Oxford, sold to Elmer C and  Wilma V. Cflover. New Windsor, for  $10 000. n property In Union to\^-n-  ship Mr and Mrs Olovor hnve aLso purchased, from Laura J. and Sam- ' uel M KeaKv. Littlestown. for $400.' n tract of lanrt tn Union towniship. according to another doo<l filed with the reci5trr nnd recorder.  Ouy A. and Fannie A Stanb. New Oxford, sold to Rajinond D and Maude D Hostelter and Alvin H. ' and Marian DoHofT. all of York. I for $175. a lot in Reading towrwhip.  Stella A Williams. Gettysburg, .sold to Ira D and Blanche K. Plank, .same place, a property on the north of Hanover street. Oettysburg.  Charles D. and Elda K. MlUer.i Concwago township, sold to Thomas M, and Geraldino Elda Rutters. same place, a property in Midway.  FOI R roi VTI WS TO  ATTENn NEA MKETINii  L. V Stock, supervlslni? prlnrlpal of the Upper Adams joint school system and Arthur Gordon. Rtgler-viile teacher, are attendin-i the convention of the National BViucntional  ««soclntion beinR held in Cleveland. Ohio. July through 9 a,s delPKato.^ from the «itnto educator.^ n/isorlatiiiii Stock is a deloKnto for administrators and Gorilon for classroom teachers  Arcompanying the two .ctato dele-gfltes are C P Keefer and Chde McCaushn. delegates from the Adams county brnnth of the PSFA Mrs. Stock and Mr.- Keefer are nr companying their hu.^band on the trip.  TIIF^TFD AT HOSPITAL  Mrs Charles Bushman. 69. Get-  tv«»burc H 3. was treated at the Wartier hospital for a fracture (<f her rigïit wrist «mfferec! in a fall  Wilmer Freelanrl. 11-year-old M>n of Mr niul Mrs Wilmer Freeland (ìettyshtirK U 2. was trentrd At thi-Warner hospital for n Inrerati ^n to Ills richt cheek sustairn^ when lie rail into a barbed wire fence wìiUe playing  ON PAY DAY—BUY BOND6  A  From where I sit... ¿y Joe Marsh  Will's Hospitality isn't "Cracked"I  Ever since January, Will Dudley planned to give lii» iivinR room tliat "new look"—planned to carefully refinish the woodwork and repiaater the walls.  Every time Will Rot out the putty to start fillinK in the cracks, a neighbor stopped by to pass the time of day — and first thini; you knew, there was a ^roup of us helping Will do the job up rijcht. After Will called a halt to the evening's work, we'd sit around the fire enjoying a friendly argument and a sparkling glass of mellow beer.  So Will's living room doeanH look like it did a year ago—but it's by far the most "livable'* lining room I know: A place you can always drop in for good talk, good beer, and a warm welcome.  From where I sit, so long as Will puts that atmosphere of hospitality and got)d fellowship ahead of everything else, we'll all bm happy to help Will change the look» of hi« living room any time he wants.  top) right, 1943, L mcd Brewers Foundatìom  DEAD ANIMALS  PROMPTLY REMOVED  Phone Hanover 2-2280  JOHN c! FORRY  Hides. Tallow, Grease, Etc. 700 W. MIDDLE STREET HANOVER, PA.  We Pqy Phone Colls  I t  MAURICE REINDOILAR  AUTO t BODY REPAIRING t NINTIIIO  General Repcdr Shop ior Cars and Trucks  OFFICIAL INSPECTION STATION, NO. 6522  R. New Oxiord, Pa. Phone 4S-R-14  Near Alwine Brick Yard  York Patronage Is Kindly Solicited  i  NOTICE FARMERS  Tlie Best Time to Fertilize Your Pastnre Is From August 1 to October 15  The Best Fertilizer to Use Is  UNION 412 4 SPECIAL  Call Us and Save Feed This Fall and Next Spring  D. H. SHARRER and SON  NEW CHESTER LITTLESTOWN  HAMPTON ORRTANNA  • ur relations are fine  Friendiv relations ccruinlv go a long way toward making tnis a happier world. We feci particularly fortunate in having »uch friendly relations—with vou!  When service is good, yuu arc auick to tell us. When occasionally you do have trouble with service, you report it in a friendly, reasonable manner. Vour undersuiuling of our problems is much appreciated loo. With such friendly relations, is it any wonder we're doing everything possible to give you the beu ssfvicc money can buy.  THE UNITED TELEPHONE  COMPANY or PENNSYLVANIA  ON PAY DAY—BUY BOM"«  CHAS. M. PEWSYl INSUHflNCi;  Phone fiL'.R.S BiclorviHe, |*a.  Dr. I. S. Weintraub  Optometrist Examination of the Eye st'>nTrR Homs  Dally 9:30 A, M. to 5:SO P. M.  Eveninirs: Monda>, ThuiMlay. Saturday TUl i>:00 P. M.  No Offlrr Hours On Wrdnrsday Or Monday MorntiiKK  19 W\ ClicKtnut Strcrt HANOVrU, PA. Dial 3-6216  Cold Waves  $7.50  The New Sup>ersonic WAVE  $10.00  Phone 6183 Long Hair a Specialty  George's Beauty Salon  Third Sl„ Extdw Hanover  iNcar Drlone llUh School  BIG SAVINGS NOW  Buy On Time Payments or Cash No Carrying Charge on Furniture  0. J. MYERS'  FURNITURE 4 ELECTRIC STORE 29 W. Chestnut Street Phone 6225 Hanover. Pa.  Carlisle Street  Gain in Value—Save in Price At Rohrbauffh's (iw>cery  ♦ Nationally Known Canned (loods  Frosted Foods Ve^t'tables - Fniits  ♦ Oranj^eH, Grapefruit Green Vegetables  ALBERT W.  ROHRBAUGH  New Oxford, Pa.  Keep Some Of It!  Do you realize how much money slips through your fingers in small, needless expenditures? A dime a day amounts to $36.50 in one year. Estimate how many dollars you could save in a year by small, sensible economies.  By practicing thrift in small amounts you can have a growing Savings Account. Open one with us now and form the habit oi regular saving.  Farmers' & Merchants' Bank  NEW OXFORD, PA.  Mrmht-r oi FrHrml llrpoitil IiiKuriinrp ( uriioratiun mid Federai Krnrrv«- Hunk  REGULAR DELIVERIES Or  KASCO, ESHELNAN'S. and TIOGA  FEEDS  rrom WoH's Warehouse  Keep My Stock in Top Production  rECDS  rEBmizcRs  COAL  Custom Grinding  Feed Nixing  CENENT  ROOriNG  LUNBCB  . WOLF  WAREHOUSE  PHONE 97S R 31  GRANITE STATION  BIRTII ASSovsnMrnr ' charics Shmcur, Hanover a D. I, el  Rorn Rnlurflny to Mr and Wrs ' the Hanover OencTSl hospital, • sen.  WATCH TOUB CABKH !  li Garden Pests Get a Start, Much Damage Can Be Before You Wttl Notice — Have On Hand  Cenols Garden Dvst  It Contains Rotenone  You Can Use Tt On AU Vegetables With Soiety It Is the Most Efficient and Economical  lemminger's Rexall Dng Stan  vrsrr.n siix win  NEW OXrORD. PA.  AUfU  rpose  ►Ml  ^mar ^v yv  'nckus  IMMEDIATE DELIVERY  LOWE BROS. PAINTS — 600DTEAB TUB HORN HYDRAULIC MANimC LOADER and BULL-DOZER BLADES JANESWAY POULTRY EQUIPNENT  LAWN MOWERS MYERS HAY TOOLS — POULTRY SUPPLIES  MYERS WATER SYSTEMS riELD rENCE — BALING WIRE  Deere Sales & ServiM  VFKNON O. RIFE, Prop.  Lincolnway West Phone 3-R-4 New Oxiord Pa.  Announcing ♦..  THE OPEmNfi OF THE  ADAMS HOUSE  (Formerly Hotel Eberhazt)  Remodeled and Renamed lor the People  oi Adams Coimty  THIS IS AN INVITATION FOR YOUR  mspEcnoN  . . . Serving . . .  Breakfast ByiiiMts Men*s Lunch ..... 75e Dinners - Fillets (Steaks).....$1.25.. 11.11  OVAL COCKTAIL BAR .... COCITAIL LOUNGE Formal Opening To Be Axmounced Lcrter  SUN FUN for the Tot  ui Tool Sol  DRESSES  Sizes 1 to 3 - 3 to 6X SUes 7 to 12  IMnafore Sun Suits Skirts — Slacks liallerinu Skirts  SUes 7 to 14  Itiouses — Cotton Slips  Boys' Shorts — Sises 2 to 8 t>ungarees Sises 2 to 12 Polo Shirts SUes 2 to 14 Boys' Wash Suits—  Sues 3 to 8 Bobby Suits -- SUes 1 to 3 Boys' Sun Suits  Beautiiul Selecttoa oi  Teen-Age DRESSES and Sun Dressea  8Uea 8 to II Teen-A^e  Itallerina Wash SKIRTS  Siiestloll  i'oinplete Infanti' Line  SI CkoDkmbuc« ». Mn. a C. AlM«kl QUiAmi  ?  <  5  J  I   

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