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   New Oxford Item (Newspaper) - July 8, 1948, New Oxford, Pennsylvania                                 \ { ti- ;  VAOS föOR  THE NEW OXFOUn ITEM. NEW OXFORD, PA.. JULY 8. 1948  »AG N«w Oxford lt«m  IC  At)  IW,  rstmtef  rftS '  K 3 land iAlr Ì Enrol You Ptteoi  m  H I!  24  ÏIjiAM-'hI Ht PrniInS^ ftl KfW Otfor^ P«. ft* «Mil ■•tur.  twry TImrtJfty. PÒtliilifrj Nrw OafoH lt«H iMy. a Ptfifitylvanfft torpovíUm, r Bellori Itcarr J. Snttli, Odtyttart* Pa*  U.M ftRiMi te  IIf Ml »ftM vttlilii Um fMir. Tmm •• tf ty MtocrlWn ll.M •MM in ft^irttftM« or It.O« II not paid wMliMi ttM yfftr«  AiferllWMBis iMtfttfd at rtMoMbl* mm Latrai rtévcUos to eoiitnct ad-  McSHERRYSTOWN  Pallbearers at the funeral of Jcääo  vrars ago. as wpII aA a aon. the Rev.  Oolbort Klunk, of Iho Augiwtlan  Ordrr, Villa Nova Mrs Klunk b en-Rife, Bruahtown. held Saturday. | Joying good health and Ls able to  with interment In Mt. Olivet cerne-1 ^^^^ ^^^^  The «on born to Mr. and Mrs  20 Years Affo  i  )  O. A. Rennlnt, Berlin avenue, was  owcjomt toy the hoat Tuesday.  Iltioctori have been put In poel-ttoa to Utht the faces of the New Oxford town elock at night.  Mr. ftBd Mrs. Kugene W. Rom-boffer. West Hirh street, have gone  tery. Hanover, were Harry Baker, William Slagle. Arthur Bair, Wilbur tjeister. Norman Hlldetk-and and Clyde Rife.  The Sacrament 6f Baptism was administered in the Church of the Annunciation of the Blejwed Virgin Mary, by the Rev Henry Kozikowskl to James FranclA McMa.<iter. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mc-Master. for whom the sponsorit were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bund. Uncle and aunt of the child.  Mrs. Emma J. Klunk, McSherrys-town. received congratulations Thursday on the occasion of her ninety-third birthday. Mrs. Klunk, widow of F. X. Klunk, was the mother of eleven children. There are eleven grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren. Five children are living Including Mother M. Ag  io howckeeplng in Carlisle.  George Smith, Poplar street, had nella. Superior, St. Joseph s Con-lUl right hand badly brulaed when vent. Roselle, N. J., and Sister M.  tt was caught in an auto fan.  Eugene Smith. Mt. Mlaery. ran the tyne of a fork into his left knee. ^-Banns of matrimony were pub-Mihad for the first time in Conewago Ohapel on Sunday between Charles B. Totú, Oettyatmrg, and Regina C. Alwtne.  George E. Little. Lincolnway West, has gone to a Lutheran summer «amp. near Pittsburgh, where he will teach nature study,  Mlas Flora Dicks, Hampton, wm admitted to a Philadelphia hospiui.  Dorothy Myers, Hampton, had a damiag needle embed itself in her lift arm in a faU.  Mrs. Rarry Albert. Hampton, who has been ill. U able to be about.  AlverU G. Chronuter, M. York, fennerly, of near Round Hill, died Saturday.  MUs Susan King, 83. Abbottfttown, died Tiicaday.  .Cti$x]m K. Myers, Hamilton town-*tp. died Friday.  . Mn. Mary A. Glaaskk. 83, Read-IB« township, died Monday. ^ Henry K. Lawrenee, Bnishtown,  •nd Regina Smith, Irlshtown, were married Tuesday.  A wedding reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Omdorff, BonneauvUle, in honor of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. »nd Mrs. Allen Omdorff» who were married last week.  C. A. Ruff, F. B. Sellers and Mrs. Nathaniel Miller, who have been on the sick list, are improved.  Charles Deatrlck. East High •treet. ia a paUent in the Warner  hospltaL  Mrs. Ray Tapper, MeSherrystown, underwent an operation at the Hanover hospital SatunUy.  Martha M. Wampler, Straban township, and Harold Rexroth, Meldtarsburg. were married Thursday.  _ (Conttoaoi w F^« g)  Wrnism 6rm Psrk  ft Sfttdwsy  nam iaces  rWay Hight hdy 9 • 8tl5  Bn cai AUTO IACES  Soadoy. July 11 ■ 2:00 PJ4. ChaaHMUhlp M-L»» FMtun Race  « THE PARK  RMea - Shows Amusements MMeed String Band, US Talen(«d Maakians, in a Series of Concerto Specialty Numbers I>ancing, Singing  Comsdy. Fim la Pork ThMtor At 3:00 P^ Sunday  Frances Leo, Mt. 8t. Joeeph*s. Chestnut Hill. Another daughter. Sister M. St. Gilbert, died several  > R N f M H U ft  AJESTiC  Thnraday. Friday 4k Saturday July 8, 9 A 10  Clark GABLE Lana TURNER  "Homfcoming"  i  Mon., Taes. - Jvly 12, 13 Mickey RGONEY Gloria DeHAVEN In  M.O.M. Technicolor Musical  "Suuitr RoU4it"  Wed., Thar. - July 14, 15 Barbara STANWYCK Van HEFLIN  "B.F.'s Dinghltr"  WARNIR ^  BROS  STATE  .. • .. II  HANOVER. PA,  Fri., Sat.. Mon.. Tues. Jvly 9. 19, 12, 13  "DMI Is TIM S«N"  Color by Technicolor  Starring Jennifer JONES Gregory PECK and Joaeph COTTEN  Wod^ Thnrv. - July 14, 15 DOUBLE FEATURE  "llomllt't ImilvtrMry"  SUrring Penny SINGLETON and Arthur LAKE  and  Prisct of ThtovM'*  In Cinecolor Starring Jon HALL  Ho*ivard Hawbaker, Gettysburg R. D. 1, Tuesday awerk, has been named James Howard. Mrs Haw-baker before marriage was Marian Clingan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs James Cllngan. MeSherrystown,  Edward Sneerlnger, MeSherrystown. paid a fine of $10 and costs to Justice of the Peace L. O. Kuhn. Midway, for reckless driving.  William Bair, Hanover, was fined 110 and costs by Justice of the Peace Ivan Staub. MeSherrystown. for Improper parking.  Annabelle Romaine Grove, MeSherrystown. brought suit for divorce at York against Boyd Ralph Grove, Hanover.  ON PAY DAY—BUY BONDS  CARROLL THEATRE  WESTMINSTER« MD.  Frl., Sat., July 9, 10  BUI Tracy Emory PameU  In  "LAFFTIME*'  also  My Old Town News  Sun., Mon., Tues. July 11, 12, 13  Gregory Peck Jennifer Jones  In  "DUEL IN THE SUN"  also  Hake Mine Freedo/n News  Wed., Thur., July 14, 15  Merle Oberon Robert Ryan  In  "BERLIN EXPRESS"  also  Cradle Of A Nation News  STATE THEATRE  WESTMINSTER, MD.  Saturday, July 10  Johnny Mack Brown In  •TRIGGERMAN"  also  Comnvnity Sing News  Sun., Mon., Tues. July 11, 12, 13  Rod Cameron Cathy Downs  in  "PANHANDLE"  also  Chipper Chipmunk News  Wednesday July 14  Johnny Mack Brown in  "CROSSED TRAII^"  f  also  Flicker Flashback News  Thur., Fri., July 5, 16  lohnny Welsarauller  Maareen O'Sullivan  In  "TARZAN'S NEW YORK ADVENTURE"  also  Thunderbolt News  i9\  ii  99  EARI  New Oxford, P». TONIGHT  Dsisy Kenyon  Frl.. Sat. . July 9. 10  "Tkt Bachelor and Tke Bobby-Soxer  Cory GRANT  Myrna LOY SUrby TEMPLE  Added — BUGS BUNNY  Ob 8aturd»y rratunw Shown S TtoiM: «, I, and 1« P. M.  Mod.. Tu«*. • July 12. 13  "Dirk Pamgf"  Humphroy BOGART  Louron BACALL  GOOD STORY! Feature SUrU at 7:14 and 9:14  Wod., Thura. - luly 14. IS  "AlwiyiTogetker''  Robert MUTTON  Joyc« REYNOLDS  A Fun Fest Von Won't Want Te Miss  Hoi Fop Cora For gale In toMy When Theatre U Open  diartei No. 9«07 Reserve District No. 3  REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE  Littlestown National Bank  OF LITTLESTOWN In the state of Pennsylvania, at the close of business on June 30. 1M8. Published in response to caU made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, V. S. revised sUtutea.  ASSETTS  Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance.  and cash items in process of collection .................% 636.750.21  United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1.752.109 38  Obligations of States and political subdivisions ............................78.990.00  Other bonds, notes, and debentures ....................................................270,034.38  Corporate stocks tincludmg $12,750 stock of Federal Reserve bank) ......................................12.750 00  Loans and dlscount.s ............. ..........1,863,026 44  Bank premlst's owned $35.000. furniturp and Oxtures $2.000 37.000 00  Other assets.............. ..........................I.ltj4.00  Total Assets $4.661.824 41  LIABILITIES  Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $1.442.614 82 Time deposit.s of individuals, partnersh^xs. and mrpt)rution'j 2.500.834 51 Deposits of United States Government uncluding postal savings» .... ..............47.22680  Dept)slts of Slates and political subdivisions 140.80 1 51 I>>posltti of banks s Other deposits (certified and cashier's chccks, etc.) .......... 11.251.83  Total Deposits $4,147.729 47  Total Liabilities $4,147.729 47  CAPITAL ACCOUNTS  (O Common stock, total pur $ $150.000 00 $ 150.0(X100  Surplus 300.000 00  Undivided profits 44.094 94  Heserves (und letlrement account for preferred stock» lO.JOOOO  Total Capital Accounts $ 504..)94 J4  Total Liabilities and Capital AccouiUii $4.651.824 41  MEMORANDA  Assets pledyt'd or assigned to secure liabilities and for other  purposes $ 235.^00 00  State of Pennsyhania. County of Adams, ss  I. Arthur E Bair, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.  ARTHUR E BAIR. Cashier  CORRECT ATTKS T PAUL E LAWYER, LEO B. FROMMEVER, W H. DERN, Dueclors.  Sworn to and babv:«ribed before me this 3rd day of July. 1948  ROGER J KEEPER. Notary Public My Conmusttion Expires April 9. 1951  Abbottstown  Miss Ethel Miller, who hsj? been ill. Is improved.  The Volunteers class of St. John> Lutheran church held its monthly meeting on the lawn at the home of Miss Fairy Moke.  MLsfl Alverta Hertzler. who taught school in Abbottntown 21 years ago and since has been residing in San Bernardino, Calif., visited Mr. and Mrs. E E. Jacobs.  The Rpv. Dr. P. E Helmer. Frederick. Md., visited this place over the week-end and gave a short ad-dreM following service,s in the local Reformed church. Mrs. Carrie T. Wolfe. Harrisburg. also spoke In the Reformed church Sunday.  Dr. B. H. Grim won the Hanover Country Club's flag tournament. Monday, his 86th stroke taking him to the twentieth hole.  The Refuge cla&s of St. John's Lutheran church held its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Edgar Altland.  Morrell Wildasln, student at State College, is spending the summer vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Rodger Wildasln.  Mr. and Mrs. Edward Haley and son, Boston, have moved Into the  Crawl apartment, which was vacated by Mrs. Harry Tower and family, who moved to Shelbyvllle, Ind.  Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hafer and son. Homer. Mrs. Belle Hafer and Mrs. Pre.ston RIckrodc, Sr.. left Saturday for Minneapolis, Minn., to spend a few days with Mrs. Hafer's brother. Clayton Stambaugh, whom she has not seen for many years.  South Penn I^eague August Karst, Forest Park, was  pital In the ambulance about 11  LEAGÜE STANflINO  taken to the Hanover General hos- o'clock Thursday night.  HERE AND THERE  The Adams county court Saturday granted Gladys Palmer Harris, Table Rock, a divorce from Charles G. Harris, Waco, Texas. Cruel and barbarous treatment was charged.  Eleven Gettysburg residents who volunteered their blood in the attempt to save the life of Mrs, Prudence Rife, Hanover, sister oi Mrs. Ruth Meligakes, Gettysburg, left Wednesday for the University of Maryland hospital In Baltimore.  Vivian Luckenbaugh. 20. Hanover, fell from a car traveling about 25 miles an hour along the Biglerville road Sunday when a door opened and she tumbled to the highway. She suffered cerebral concussion, abrasions of the arms, legs and face, lacerations of the face and lips.  Pet.  .818 .«37 637 545 .545 .545 455 455 363 .000  W L  Conewago VFW 9 2  Heidlersburg 7 4  Cosh town 7 4  Greenmount 6 5  Granite 6 5  BonneauvUle 6 5  Barlow 5 6  Brushtown 5 6  Wenksville 4 7  Gettysburg Oil  Sunday's Game^v  Granite. 18; Gettysburg. 1. Conewago VPW, 7; Cashtown. 6. Greenmount. 11; Heidlersburg. 8. BonneauvUle. 10; Brushtown. 9. Wenksville, 7; Barlow, 2.  Next Sunday's Games Greenmount at Gettysburg. Conewago VFW at Wenksville. BonneauvUle at Granite. Heidlersburg at Cashtown. Barlow at Brushtown.  We Will Bay or Store Yovr Wheat,  Barley and Corn  At Our Criin Qtvalor ia Ntw Oxford  «  GEORGE W. LILLICH & SON  Phone East Berlin 28 R-3 or N«w Oxford 154  MAK£ l¥ASM>AY WASHHOORf  CLASSIFIED  REWARD OP $25—For information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of any person or persons responsible for the cutting or mutilating of any tree on the property of the undersigned, situated along Conewago creek In Oxford township NICHOLAS HELTZEL, R. D. 2, New Oxford. Pa.  ' FOR SALE—1937 Chev. Panel , truck. Motor overha.uled and inspected. KALAMAZOO CALES AND SERVICE, between 5 Point and ! Broadway, Hanover.  POR SALE: Dog house, In good condition. Reasonable price. A. BLAIR CLARK. Berlin avenue. New Oxford.  FOR SALE—4-Door Chrysler sedan, 1931. excellent condition; only 40,000 miles, price $350. Call New Oxford 55-R-2.  YOU'LL—Find the Sprayer or Duster you need at J. C. TANGER & SON. 37 Broadway. Hanover.  DONT—Feed bean beetles. Use FROZEN TOOD—Packages now Bean Beetle Dust. 3 lbs. 25c. J. C. available. Pint and quarts. THE HOT  TANGER & SON, 37 Broadway, Hanover.  WANTED: Clear white oak logs. Will pay $55 per thousand. Doyle scale. Delivered at roadside or clearing. Or will pay $30 per cord. Apply McSHERRYSTOWN LUMBER CO.. North street extended. MeSherrystown. Pa. Phone Hanover 2-8822 or 4150.  POINT STORE, 14 W. Chestnut St.. Hanover.  FOR SALE—1934 Chevrolet Coach, In good sondltlon. MRS. ALMA STERNER. Poplar street. New Oxford. Phone 53-R-5.  PONIES FOR SALE — Saddles bridles, harness buggies and a few good riding mares. I also have 2 pony studs and one four-year-old golden Palomino riding stud standing for service; registered horse at the home of owner. D. W. SHANK, York Springs, Pa.  LAWN NEEDS  and Garden Hose - 25 and 50 Ft. Lengths Hose Spray Nozzles — Lawn Sprayers Hose Reels — Galv. Sprinkling Cans, All Sizes  Ctíí/íBURCHARDWAREJÍCRt  BALTIMORE STREET — GETTYSBURG, PA.  TYPEWRITERS—For Rent: Royal and other makes. Special rates to Students. C. L. EIOHOLTZ, New Oxford.  GuarantMd Wotch Rapcdr  7-DAY SERVICE  GAY JEWELRY  Caritele St., Gettysburf, Pa. 34 N. Hanover St.» Carlisle, Pa.  FOR SALE—Mahogany Tel. Table and chair. 9x12 Axminster rug. in good condition; porcelain-top kitchen table. 4 chairs, porcelaln-top work table, 9-plcce solid mahogany dining-room suite, medicine cabinet, like new; washix^ machine, and gas stove. WILUAM C. ALWINE. JR.. Llncolnway East, New Oxford. Phone 14-R-12.  FOR SALE: REAL ESTATE — 6-room weatherboarded house, located in the village of New Chester. Inquire MRS. T. V. McCALL. Bender's Church, 3 miles from Biglerville.  Houses, Farms. Properties or All Kinds to Sell  We have a large number of clients waiting to buy, with or without possession. If you have a property to sell, call or see us, always sell through an established real estate office. It cost no more and you are sure of satisfaction. Established 1911.  D. GUY HOLLINGER A BROS. 17 Carlisle St. Hanover, Pa.  Phones: Office 3-2112; Res. 2-2147  FOR SALE—Several used treadle sewing machines. BAKER & NACE, 14 West Chestnut St., Hanover.  for SALE: 1.000-hour radio batteries, time clocks and furnace blow^ era. Trostle's Appliance Store, Cham-bersburg street. Gettysburg.  PIANO TUNING—Repairing and Rebuilding, since 1896. Free estimates. Write EVERHART SONS, 247 Frederick St.. Hanover, Pa. Phone 23177.  WANTED—Good, clean used cars, any make; we buy and sell. See Earl Mathias, HARSHMAN MOTOR CO., 630 Carlisle St.. Hanover.  SEVERAL—Singer Electric Sewing machines, rebuilt and used. BAKER & NACE. 14 West Chestnut St.. Hanover.  ' ^ ^ — _ .  NO MORE—Ugly weed.s In your lawn, If you ii.sr Weed-No-More from J. C. TANGER & SON. 37 Broadway. Hanover  WE SPECIALIZE IN icpalrlng all makes and models of radios and washers. TROSTLE'S, Che.mb. St^ Gettysburg. Open every evening unill 9 o'clock.  SIMONIZING — Pohshlng and washing department assures you a clean car-prompt service. GETTYSBURG MOTORS.  ELECTRIC MOTORS-Vi - H P., Dexter. TROSTLE'S APPLIANCE STORE. Chambersburg Street, Gettysburg, Pa.  FURNITURE AND STOVES Bar* gams-Rebuilt ranges. Coal and gas combinations. Furniture for any room In the house. See us before you buy. TRADE-IN FURNITURE EXCHANGE, Rear York Supply Com-nanv. 45 W. Market St.. York, Pa. Phone 2915.  } WANTED—Good used cars, wUl ' pay celUm? prices, casli on delivery of title. Hanover Motor Co.. Broadway at Stock Street, Hanover, Pa  i STOVES—VolK Supply Co.--Sole agent for tiie Famous AiAJESTlC RANGES and HEATERS. Tlie most ' efflrient and dependable stove« *n the country. Unsuipassed for cooking. baking und heacing. Don't buy until you have seen the Majestic at the York Supply CO.. 43-45 West Market St.. York. Pa. Also asentii toi Columbian ranges. See us for your stove repaira and furniture needs. In business over 40 years  See The New ABC Automatic Washer At  STOUG &  NGG  Appliances  Lincohiwuy West New Oxford. Viu Phone 44  BICYCLES — Repaired. Wheels retired. New Bicycles and Motorcycles. See Red Klinedlnst, he'll treat you right. One store only, S ^ Duke Street, York. Pa.  YES We have spnng-lUled stu-I dio couches und sofu-beds, uUo a beautiful \unety of overstufled spruig-illled chaa-s as well us spring-i tilled livmg-room buites us low us i $109 00 YORK SUPPLY COMPANY. 43 W. Market St.. York. Pu.  TO KEEP The crop in best condition u^e Miller Potato and Tomato Dust from J. C. TANGER & SON. 37 Broadway. Hanover.  COAL RANGES Heaters, egg stoves, bedroom, living room, dining room and kitchen furniture, rugs, studio couches, oil stoves, etc. All kinds of used houseiiold furniture. STORMS New and Used Furniture Store. 12 E. Chestnut Street. Hanover Store closes every evening at 6 00, except Mondays and Saturdays at 9 00; opens every morning at 9 00.  ON PAY DAY-BUY BONDS  Ausherman Bros.  Real Estute  M O Rice. Representative  K^del Buiiding - Phones 161-Y Res. 182-X Gettysburg. Pii.  WANT FAST WASHING .> Then gee an Easy Spindncr. Its twin cubs do the average family wash in less than one hour. No wringing . . . the Spindncr whirls out up to 25% more water. See tt today*.  BAKER & NACE  14 W. Cheatnut St. HANOVER. PA. Phone 5203  IfUiXêpmcbtk/i  LAST 3 DAYS  Friday, Saturday and Monday  of the  BIG AUCTION SALE  At  PENROSE MYERS  Jewelry Stors - Est. 1876 12 Baltimore Street  This Is Your Last Opportiuiity To Buy Fine Diamonds — Watches — lewelry. Etc.  At Your Own Price  Sales — 2 lo 5 P. N. and 7:30 lo 10 P. M. BABY BEAUTY CONTEST > MONDAY, 10:30 A.N.  Bring All Your Babies  PENROSE HYERS  Jeweler - Est. 1876  Mrs. Davis - Mrs. Hoke - Miss Holtz, Asslsiinir  B. E. Jacobs, Auctioneer and Appraiser  SHEDS DIRT... STAYS WHITE  DU PONT has never offered a finer product for protecting and beautifying the home! Du Pont House Paint protects against rust, rot, and decay . . , gives lasting beauty and protection. It is "Self-Cleaning", » . starts white, stays white, as explained, at right. While this "Self-Cleaning" process starts within a few months on most surfaces, excessive soot or heavy shade . •. or stains from metal surfaces such as screens ... may interfere with or delay this process.  "Self-Cleaning" Du Pont House Paint is also available in a variety of popular tints. It saves repainting bills. Call on a reliable painter for your painting jobs ... ask him to use Du Pont House Paint.  All pAinta eollMl dual 41rt iarlag tbf first few month».  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