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New Oxford Item (Newspaper) - July 8, 1948, New Oxford, Pennsylvania PAGE ETOnT TÎÎE NEW OXFORD TTKM, NEW OXFORD. PA.. JUTT 8, 1948 A Adams County League LRAOtJK «TANOING W L Prt. Orrtanns ..... 11 4 733 Hftnover 11 4 733 New Oxford 10 6 .625 LttUestown 9 8 fion McSherr>-8town 9 8 529 BendersvlUe 8 8 .500 York springs 6 9 400 Gettysburg 6 10 375 Fsirflpld T) 10 .333 Emmltsburg 3 13 188 S»tttrd»y*fl Scotch GPttysburg, 9; Littlestown, 5 Orrtanna. 11; McSliorrvstown. fi York SprlnR«; 4: Kmniit'-om / 0 Now OxfnrH. 7; Rpiirln <.vUIo. 2. Hanovrr 7 FtUinrlti 2 Mi>fic1a\'« Srorrs Mornlnic Fnlrnrlcl. 8 ( ici ' \ sinii ^r 1. Orrtnnnn 9 Yc-ik Spi tw. 0 Hnnovrr LrMf' »-.mi MrShPrr\n. 7 Bì^ikììm^-vilio 3 Nru Oxford. 9 Fniiìiii-^hiiru. 3. AftrrnfMin Hanovrr. 10; CrrfvOmr^ '2 Npw Oxford. 9; Kit • If n. 7 MrShorrv.sti)V>.n. 3. York S* rliu'.'-. Fairneld. 2; BondorAillo. 0 Orrtanna, 4; EmmltfiburB, 3. ON PAY DAY TiVY liONIXS Tour Day Old ( hild Sent To Philadelphia Onrv Wn'. rip. f' iir fln\ old of Mr niid Mr.-^ Irn K Bhuk. tourist (ami) ' ii'oi '- rn.st ot ( W-' ♦ \ ^Kur« Ti ' I .f 1 '; i 'ilii hr u \ A n- 1 f iiiDVf'd from ihn W.irnri l-.o-ipit.ii hr t upfk to tlu rhlldifn"' lio pit » nf Philnd'-lphlT for ob«frvntinn. nftrr h Mic ( hild wn.s rotumfd homo Mi P!illl|i fi I'difs. (if thf In'-pit.il -\ifT 11 'ojiipanJrd Iho .vounji-^wt nn th«' trij) I)i Raymoii i Half, thf attfndiii;: plr. !'l;ui. 5 a Id t liaf thf trip wa.s nindf i'lr oh^ rv;i tm nt t ho lio«.- JUST IMAGINE ! A COHPLET£LY AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC RANGE "CROSLEr only Servi-Chei Control Tiaior and Clock Juit Bet the clock for time clr-sirrd to start and Ktop the rookine prorrss. The Servl-t'hef timer doeii the rrsit. Can be used to control av<*n. broiler, 1250 watt rear unit or ron-venience 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! 108 Broadway Super-Sensational Borgains on Today's Finest Ladies' Apparel!! All Remaining MILLINERY Formerly Sold $ J .00 to $25.00 1 All Remaining JÜWELEY Better Formerly Sold S A .00 to SÌ4.B5 1 plus ' tax Formerly Sold S ^ .95 to S9.95 1 Irregulars of $1.65 & S2.35 51 GAUGE - DENIER NO MEND NYLON HOSIERY S 4 .00 1 Pr. Ail Remaining SUITS That Sold up to $99.95 15 20 25 Strictly First Quality BLUE MOON NYLON HOSIERY $1.40 to $1.75 $J.OO Values 1 All Remaining TOPPERS Vi-lues to $69.50 & 15 and 20 All Remaining Cotioi? Dresses 25 OFF All Rcmaming Play SksIs - V^hile Saiis V2 AU Remaining Sun Back Dresses 25 OFF MARRIAGES iC'iiitlmiod from Page 1) Ipft on ii wodding trip. Upon thoir return Uiry will reside at the homr of Uio bride s parents for the pr(' f'l t Mr Hawn. n carpenter, served Ihret '.ears with thf^Blsl Division in the Kmopenn theatre and received the Silver Star and Purple Heart for a hand wound. He «raduated fri>m Dnloiie Ciithollc hlKli In 1939. The bride, who «raduated from IJe-lone In HH4. is employed by the Hnnovfr Hhf>e company. ]|oke^i;ilrirh Miss Hannah C. Ullrlrh. Gettysburg n 5. and Harry Clayton Hoke. ul.Mj of Oetty.sburK R. 5. were united in marriime Saturday at noon in ihf study of Chrbl Lutheran rhurrli by liu' Rev Dr. DwIrIU F. Putman-. Witnes.ses for the ceremony wer" Mls.^ Beatrice PfefTcr and Mrs. Put-man. Kollowinn the weddlncr the couple was entertained at a dinner at the home of Mrs. Charles PfefTer, Get-tysburfi R. 2. The bride is operator of a kennel alorif? the Bonneauvllle road. Tlie bridegroom is employed at the CJettystMH^i furniture factories SpanKler—Bankprt Miss Mildred Anna Bankert. dautrhter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer I. IJankert. Hanover, became the bride nf IScrnard Ariron SpanRler, son of Mrs Afiiii's KpanRler. MrSherrys-town. Friday evenlnK at a ceremony performed in the rectory of the Church of the Annunciatitm of the Hics.sed Virirln Mary. McRherrvs-town Thi' Uev. Anthony J. Mi--Cilnlry. oiliclated. Smith—Burhman Tlie wedoin« of Miss Mary Eliza-iK'tli Bucliman. daughter of Mr. and Mr-- Roland Buchman. Hanover, and Kiii^ene Francis Smith. Hanover R. O 4. was .solemnized at a nuptial Ina.^s Saturday morninq; in tlie CluHfh of the Annunciation of the Blr.s.'-ed Virsin Mary, McSherrys-lown. The single rlnu ceremony was performed bv the Rev. Anthony J. MfOinley. The bridegroom attended Oelone Catholic Hiyh school and is an emplove of the G. T. Heltibridle Plumbing company, Littlestown. Bowman—Haserman Mi«s Ro .e Marie Jane Hagerman. dau^htr of Frank E. Hagerman. Mc-Sherry.-town, and Lester M. Bowman. Hanover, were married at a nupiiid mass in the Chuich of the Aimunciation of the Blessed VirH;ln Mary. McSherryi:town. Saturda> inornin» Tl;e double rina; ceremonv was performed by the pastor, the Ut. Rev Ms^'r Patrick F. McGee The brit'.e was i^raduated from De-lone Catliolic Hiyh school and is enipl<iyed by the Middlcburg Manu-lacturinu comijany. Tliey will reside at the hi)nie c.f thp bricie's father, initil the bridegroom receives hLs army discharge. Kline—I^urenee Miss Lorraine Gladvs Laurence, (laughter of Mr. imd Mrs. Richard Laurence. Hanover R. D 4, became tiu' 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 !hf BU'.vsed Viiu'in Mary, McSher-1 rystown. The double ring ceremony was l ertormed by the Rev. Anthony i MtClinlcy. Thc.\ had as their atten-| dant: Mr. and Mr.s Francis Livels- i lieit;er, si;>ter and brulher-in-law ot ' tlie bride. Tlie newlyweds will re-' i.uie at the home of the bridegroom's nuJlher. heidu:rsburg The Adult Bible class of SI Mark'- Lutheran church will meet tiii.> Thuisday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tanger. York 3i;vn\iis R O 2. Mr and Mrs. Charles Funt vislt-t ti incnd'- ut Duncaiuum. A nuiiil.er of fruMUls from this . -KiU .liti I tU'i! thf tuuflal Ot Kiì'k. 74 heUi al l-Algi'Uioiii, DaiipiiUi Ml o I ' 11 .1 s . > li' \ Ml .imi Ml' Cliarlfs Fiuii were t :ufiiau>cd Suntlay by Mr and Mrs C 'l r Win I t al Boni.fvUU illc Mr and M:^ H Cì Haver.^tock \i Uf i tinnì liau-hier. Mis.s Miidrwi Havel.stock. AbboLstown. on Sat-uuia\ Mr ami Mis William Haverstock aud daui;hier. lK)iuui Lue. York Siüuiu - H I). \i>Uod Mr and Mrs l'haï - Funi on Hatiuday Anna Mace Fagan. Harri.sburg. Ls ^ P' luunc t he ^u^unel \s Uh Mi > Kii-'U' Bianu' Yoik Springs R. 2. | I ht Vi iif rtMunon wa.s held Sun-tlay al Willuim> Orovt* Fi'unei> Vi'iic ii'ct'ued the prue tor being tlu cltif i person présent and he wa.s .»l.H) I Ifcted president i pual ai PlnladclphUi In connection With an RH laclor Anotlier son ol M: and Mi> Hlai'k Ixirn a \ear ' was aUo taken to the Philadelphia lio.spi'al loi oltóer\atiJn tlien [ tlu same roasua. EASTER OptbnetrisI Vour hyea Kx-.iMiinetl (urreelly \ uur (jlu^se!» Ad-____JUfkted Troperly ^ ur ' Kt« Iruublrit" KkpUiavd. 4 III I i (< <1 ft III! \ Ut'Hl llMiilut tftl Dttd) s -u u » . itf Diuf» ^ li> lu I utf 11 WEST MARKET STREET CEULY RLOG. YORK 32384 NEW HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW-WAY DRY CLEANERS ond SMITH'S MEN'S SHOP Eiiicient Dry-Cleaning, Pressing and Alteration Service Work Called For and Delivered CALL 49-n-4 P-R-E-S-S-Mf-G W-H-I-L-E Y-O-U W-A-I-T-! The Best In Nationally - Advertised Merchandise McGregor Sporiswear Chaison Knitwear Wembley Neckties Bodyguard Underwear Aetna Dress Shirts Summerweight Gabardine Holeproof Hosiery and Rayon Worsted Trousers Harvester and Big Jack Work Clothes J * .... i*iL...J-.^'*' " FRIDAY, JULY 9th ON THE SQUARE NEW OXFORD STORE HOURS: 9:00 A. M. to 8:00 P. M. Except Friday and Saturday. 9:00 A. M. ot 9:00 P. M. Harvey J» Smith, Prop* GIGANTIC HOUSE CLEANING STABTS THURSDAY, JULY 8TH, 9 A. N. So, Be On Hand Tomorrow — Early, For Unmatchablo Valuot. Tako Advanlago of This firoat Evont RED HOT DRESS VALUES Special Lot oi Dresses, To Close Oni Yours While They Last Sorry--No Phone Orders or Exchanges Special Lot oi Coiion and Crepe DRESSES NOW Sizes 9 to 52 Values to $7.99 Wash Silks - Cottons Bemberg DRESSES All Sizes . . , Values to $9.99 All Our Better DRESSES NOW Sites 9 to 20 and 18'2 to 24''2 Values to $12.99 each Special Lot oi Cotton and Silk DRESSES Sizes 9 to 44 Values to $8.99 Silk - Bemberg < Cotton DRESSES Newest Styles Values to $10.99 200 Good Silk BLOUSES » Reg. $3.99 and $4.99 Values Sliei 32 to 38 33 BBOADWAY "Homo of Vilaos" iAMOm FA.
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