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   Wellsboro Agitator, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1940, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               VOL. 4. THE AGITATOR: WELLSBORO, PA.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24. 1940. WHOLE NO., PETERSON BOXING SHOW GALEN WATSON NEW BOOKS AT KILLED MONDAY! DREW BIG CROWD BURNEDTODEATH Young Man Vic-1 Henry Heppy, of Elmira tim Of Automobile Col-, Won Decision Over Bob lision South Of Wells boro. Cail Peterson, aged 20 years Dukes, Barre. Henry Heppy, Of Wilkes- three others were severely injured In an automobile accident In Farmhouse Fire Near Coudersport Sunday Night. j Galen Watson, aged 11 years, nf Flmira won burned to death Sunday night of Elmua, won degtroyed tne victor Jackson farmhouse at Borie, Pot- dis- bout at the Wellsboro Arm- loute 84, about five miles south of Wellsboro. Peterson died at the Blossburu ieac hospital at QUt.weighed and out- hp hfld UP- "Ome, DUt memuers uj u.tr IBIU.V t vno f yt? three time- thought he was still with his fath- He had a frac- ponent on thiee time. when they were forced to escape down a laddet ic ana.TJsc'w; umes "The Prairie Years." Now he rounds out the life story of the Great Emancipator in four not small books dealing with the war covered when members of th family returned to the ruins. Galen was living at the Jackson home, but members of the family bhest, (lacerations Maynan was in a Jlossburg of the face Pi-ice, 30, of Morris, fair condition at the hospital, suffering a. Bob Edwards, ended in a about n smoke draw. Other matches were: Keith Dunham won by technical T0babVrSr Tony 26. of Liber- y, R. IX 2, driver of one of the tars involved, received of the right 1 and a possible fractured lis condition was regarded fair. Miss Lois R. Swans'o'n, 18, Antrim, owner of the car Peterson, was not seriously tinred, but .suffered greatly bon" draw of Elmira, bat- of Troy, to a oVlotk Sunday night. Mrs, Jackson said she smelled Joor and found opening the kitchen the room a mass of flames. She ran to the second floor and aroused the family and then found the stairway was blaz- mg Dale, 13, the oldest child, jump- ed out a rear window and cut his GIRLS WIN AT STATE FARM SHOW Tioga County Homemak- ing Pupils Make Fine Showing. Vocational homemaking girls from Mansfield, Covington and Liberty high schools made a com- mendable showing with individual exhibits at the State Farm Show last week, while a team of four girls from the Charleston Voca- tional High School presented one of the 27 homemaking demonstra- ____ tions selected for the showing. years. This work is probably -phe vocational homemaking ex- Sandburg's Biography Of Lincoln Of Great Value. Of greatest value on the list this month is Carl Sandburg's "Abraham Lincoln: The War Years." In 1926 Sandburg of fered to the public the first two volumes of his biography of Lin knockout over Charlie Wolfe. Wil- KSVSi ap and brother to escape. Those saved by going down the ladder were Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, Greta, 11, Lois, 9, Rita, 6, Marlyn, 2, and Donald, 1. The Coudersport Fire Depart from Danny Jamison and Bob Of i liammee fought to a draw. n In a novelty bout, the first on i the card, two youngsters, Charlie Lutz, Jr., and Dewey Jamison, Urea, OUl .suni-ieu tn n draw tt F. White, of Wellsboro, Returned to her home. i eree for the card promoted by Hamilton, of Wellsboro. The accident occurred near the fcy Company B> Penn. National Guard. The show of the series will be )ean L. Vandergrift farm on the Highway leading from Wellsboro s> Morris. The injured most complete and authoritative on Lincoln, and while there will be no great rush of readers awaiting their turn to read it, these books will be used for reference and as a definitive biography for many years to come. The Green Free Library is proud to own them. General: of, the Raider Were Not Afraid to Die; Enchanting Jenny Lind; Slaves by the Billion; Bristol- Poland Revisited; Where the Rivers Meet; Johann Strauss, Father and Son; Lincoln; the War Years; Opening Doors of Childhood; hibits and demonstrations were of the highest quality and competi- tion, among them keenest in the history of the Farm Show. Thert were over 150 more entries in the clothing section than a year ago the total number of garments en- HONORS WON SOME FIGURES DELEGATES MET AT FARM SHOW Two Young Men Award- ed Keystone Degree In F. F. A. Millerton, Jan. 23. J. H. Schooley, vocational agricultural teacher of Millerton and Law- rence schools, announces the fol- lowing awards: The ton schools were ON LOCAL MILK1 IN WELLSBORO New York Area Pays Ti- Sixteenth Congressional oga County Large Sum Committeemen Endors- Per Month. ed Congressman Rich. On the basis of the uniform Thirty-five Republican delegates price to producers of per from the Sixteenth Congressional 100 the December milk handled District met at the Penn-Wells Ho- by plants approved by health au- tel in Wellsboro Saturday evening thorities for the New Yoik City and unanimously endorsed four Lawrenceville and Miller- m Tioga county had a! party leaders for election as deK- awarded 1 Oth t vaiue of according to gates and alternate to the Harmon, administrator of tional convention and went record to return Congressman place in the state projec-t contest iE. as reported by A. V. Martin, Federal-State Marketing Or- na- on sistant state supervisor tional agriculture, in awards at Harrisburg at the Farm of voca- devs regulating the handling of' Robert F. Rich to Vrashmgton. making in the Now Yoik metropoli-, Ralph W. Thornc. of Wi hams- A total of port, and James A. Connelly, ot tan area. Show, Jan. 16. Boys who scored their projects were: poultry, Earl Spencer, Millerton, second place; Elwyn Learn, Lawrenceville, sev- enth place, and Harold Bagley, of pounds was delivered by dairy i Ludlow, McKean county, were en- points with farmers of Tioga county durinz dorsed as delegates, and JacoD IrllC bUVAl r tered being approximately 5001 Millerton, tenth place. Dairy for 1940. Prize winners are as 'calves, Roy Jones, Millerton, third 'place, and sheep, Harvey Carey. December, Mr. Harmon stated. Under the terms of the Federal- State O'-ders, handlers operating plants are required to pay pro- ducers on or before January 25 Bryerton. of Lock Haven, and George Erskine, of Emporium, Cameron county, as alternates. It was suggested that the dis- trict delegation go uninstructed to UUttfrS IMl UI j for December milk. The price to the national convention. In do- dairv farmers may vary depend-1 ing this, it was reported, the dele- ti ___ ;ii_ t.n held Feb. of! Armory. brought to Wellsboro and given 2 at the Wellsboro menf a truck Woodworking aB a Hobby; Wi.aon to Forget. Mysteries: with the Purple Thighs; Clunk's Text; Night Death in Dragon's r. William F. White before being CAR OPERATORS' LICENSES. emoved to the hospital in the, In connection with pennsyl- !vans Johnson and the Co. B, vania car operators' licenses, some motorists appear to be con- fused bv the. fact that their 1939- and nearby buildings. The Jacksons said Galen was with his father in Coudersport Sunday and they did not know he had returned. Later they learned his father had brought him back about and finding the family in bed, decided to sleep in the kitchen. 103rd Medical Regiment, ambu- lances. Dr. White, who is com- nanding officer of the company, 4Q cardg contain the statement as assisted by his first aid ser- that thoge licenses expire on Feb- eants. I ruary 29. Private R. L. Knowles, of Mans- Sinee those cardg wefe iBguedj field, investigated for the Jstate however the 1939 Legislature Motor Police and reported that i tne Motor Vehicle Code Wilson was traveling south makc all ODCratorg. cardg re.' of a truck operated by Alfed G-, newable on February 1, instead of ALL ELIGIBLE TAKE NOTICE Will Bring; Berkeley- the House; Clason- Cave; Clason Mystery Book; Van Murder Case. Love Stories: Wagon Set; Ha- ven; Came Man to Protect You; Misbehaves; Hurst iwreiiceYinc, i uyuu i Richard Hogancamp, who resid-ied at an individual plant is sold ernor James, who favored unm- ed in Steuben county, N. Y., and the metropolitan area, for only, structeed state delegates as CU in j graduated, from the Millerton High School year, was the first boy of the Millerton Future Farmers of America to receive the Key- stone Farmer degree. He had a Ill H1C I.ICH -----.n milk sold m that area is governed i means of assuring the free selec- by the Federal-State Orders. of the best candidate offered sold outside of the marketing, by the party. area is not priced by the Orders, A resolution was but is subject to arrangements be-1 adopted expressing unanimously the conven- scholastic rating of ever 90, was tween producers and handlers.. lion's appreciation of the sports- prominent in class activities, a I Diace. aim siiccy, -------v y .7 -i------- ---.r- L A Mansfield-Edna Purvis, Lawrenceville. seventh. ,ing upon whether all milk wc.lv., gates y.elded to to Gov- first place, Margaret Welch, remodeled wool dress, third place, >Alice Cox, remodeled skirt, fourth place, SI; Betty Dickson, wool jacket, fourth place, Brdnwen Griffith, wool dress, fifth place, Mary Richmond, silk blouse, fifth place, Miss Grace Reimard is the supervisor. Owlett, aft- ernoon dress, first place, Dor- othy Packard, canned green string beans, second place, and re- modeled silk- dres, fourth place, Miss Edith Rieppel is the supervisor. Heyd, wool suit, second place, Miss Mary E. Goodman is the supervisor. Marian Spencer, Gwendolyn Denisar, Marguerite Johnson and past president of the F.F.A. and had for projects: corn, potatoes, wheat, beans, and poultry. Rich- ard not only had the distinction of being a New York resident but was also married. Harvey Carey, a senior of the Lawrenceville High School, receiv- ed dual honors at the Farm Show in Harrisburg on January 16 and 17, where he received the first Keystone IW Ct; II t i-------- --1- In the case of cooperative associ rranship of Senator G. Mason ations of daiiy farmer payments Owlett in being willing to witn- for all milk are governed by the draw his candidacy for the Lmtecl terms of their contracts with their .States Senatorship in the interest-; members. of party The uniform price of perl Senator Owlett, national corn- hundred weight to be paid dairy' mitteeman, was not named as a farmers who delivered their De-j delegate to the national conven- cember milk to the 11 plants in! tion only because, it was reported. Tioga county approved by New, that he and Mrs. Scranton, of. York City health authorities is Scranton, national committee-wo- based on a 3.5 per cent butter fall man, are to be two of our prob- 201-210'able delegates-at-larcre froih this ite. In paying tribute to lensel. of Wellsboro, R. D. 1. As Whjle automatically i ifinrvii ilson started to pass Rensel, the .nval.dating the 1939.40 cMdi> officer said, he sideswiped the n monthg of iegal use> the wanson sedan, bounced bactc nson sedan, bounced Motor Code changes gave motor- inst the truck and puahed it on Jstg the more thftn compensating Ithe road. The impact sent the filson coach into the Swanson car second time, turning the for- on side. It came to rest ith in the center of the Highway. Both cars were wreck- ed beyond repair. Mr. Vandergrift and Mr. Rensei jghed to the scene and extricated and Wilson from behind Ithe steering of the cars, "rice, who was riding in the front teat with Wilson, was thrown into back seat when the crash oc- curred. private Knowles, who is ity Law Outlined Series Of Articles. In! awarded anyone in the Lawrence i mile zone from New York City., state. Marguerite Rankin were the dem- pp A ranked fourth Q{ u piants Canoe Camn, Liber- A.: A A i V A A SB r "___ ._. Angela; Ine.; and Forever; ______ Beach Nurse; OffoW _. c ..t i of Silver; Changes In dpCiai OfCUr yfe. Wiliiamson_Next Year, j reasons and snowing th tate. w v> ,_. i ranked sevenin in wic ier Will Be Different. _ results of good and poor methods. entered by Qsceola, Elkland and Wells- The speaker Other Fiction: Miss H. Ann Blackburn is the J hools of Pennsylvania. boro, the freight deduction is j nelly county cl XtftH I_____ _ For calculating benefits provid- Part Setting; Step and survivors insurance system, a formula, based on the worker's avezage monthly wage, toas been adopted. benefit of three months' free use tnis "average wage.' of their 1939 motor vehicle a cornmercial or industrial trations." (worker's total wages, as reported by his employer, and divide this total by the number of months he could have been in employment since 19.JJ6- A monthly benefit is figured at follows: A basic amount or cacuang enes h Ca_ ed under the new Federal old-age Aside; Inch of tan OWEN STORE BURNED MONDAY die. Heavy Loss Morning The general Western Stories: North-Country Omnibus; Mariana Kids of Bloody Run; Law; in the Hills. ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR BAZAAR HONORS WON AT FARM SHOW Westfield, Lawrenceville. Ti-( publican party peakers were: James Con- chairman of McKean cents State Senators G. Mason differentials are provided for milk, Owlett, John C, Snowdon testing above or below S.5 per, George Stevenson; and A supervisor. Approximately 50 homemaking high school girls from Tioga coun- ty attended the State Farm Shaw were and were ac- companied by the following home- making teachers: Miss Edith Rifep- pel, of Covington; Miss Mary E. Goodman, of Liberty; Miss Doris Elkland; Miss Leona Kingsley, Sabinsville-Gaines; Miss) Ethel V. Jarman, of Knoxville, and Miss H. Ann Blackburn, of Charleston. Reported by Mattie gtate Farm Products Show j cmployed in tho com-, S.Jupenlaz, County Adviser Home; ,ast week. In the open [n >.i and Mr. [Thorne, member of the fvania Public Utility Commission. Awards. ron county chairman, who Morris by George C. JEROME LAWRENCE. C. Jerome Lawrence, aged and apartment con-'j Owen, on Wellsboro inuing an investigation in coop ORai burned to the ground at ration with Dr. White, Tioga Oviock Monday morning. Mr. ounty Coroner, estimated total Mrs. Owen escaped in their equal to 40 per cent of the first in the four-year-old class. Legion Home Monday evening to) ered employment. Club classes, Fran-, Hamages at MRS. EMMA F. C. COLE. Mrs. Emma Fidelia Crawford night clothes and suffered from the effects of smoke and shock. The loss on the building and con- Example: A factory worker re- form pians for the "Sample Ba-i ceives a month in wages j to be held in the Legion baU front 1936 until the end of 1939. ro0m on the evenings of At that time he reaches age 65land 9 jjrs. LeO c. Bailey, gen- and decides to retire to get hislerai chairman, outlined her plans! several thousand dollars, monthly old-age insurance bene-lami appointed sub-chairmen I I n, l6TilS IS ScVcrW I UlUUBOliU Cole, aged 84 years, widow of Le- includinp over in cash, and I fits beginning next year. His carry Out the work. T. Al... .__iL 1.. 1__.AA4 ...ill nwfMimr TH Wl__UAMMAM Mttll loy Cole, died Sunday at the taome of her son, Arland L. Cole, at Lawrenceville. She was born new car ked close t0 the! monthly benefit will amount to f Here is how it is figured The bazaar will be similar Due to wind' sparks eb. 17, 1856 in Dresden, N. Y., s ad to tne nouse and barn of _ the ones held in past years 40 per cent of the first of his (Booths will be provided and the i merchants will be given an oppor- To Present Elaborate Show Dr. Feig Addressed Rotary Club. tj The artists course of Mansfield Teachers College will be contin- to an The body was ci.-Blknch.rd won second on his I for buml Afler their marriage calf; Elwyn Learn, first on Arbon ccmetep. four-year-old; Clyde Wilson, sec ond on his three-year-old; and, third on his four-! average ued Feb. 9, with the appearance of Scheetz Company, magicians en. i., spreau w monthly wage is merchants will be given an present what has been called daughter of Andrew and yPine B Hughes nearby, but 10 per cent of the to advertise their wares to am of its ISeiples Crawford. She had resid Ti Department saved! or S5. That makes The ithc people of W.llsboro and vicin-1 offered Jn thjs country to. led in Lawrenceville most of herthesKe buildings. A dance hall, law Prides for an additional General admission to' 1 was per cent of this for each yeai wni be 25 cents. Samples) Loren Doan, -old. the county group, the group, and in the Hol-i second place. ORGANIZE NEW SERVICE CLUB Stein opeciai f" t This gave the club total j. Stuart Heads Or Jil'e> Survivors include 1 near the Owen building iRobert A. and Arland L. Cole, of ed iLawrenceville, and Francis F. three sons: scorched by the heat but was sav- and Mrs. Owen and a r .fj i, of Hammond; eight grand- woman employe were sleeping in children and one great grandchild. tneir apartment over the store and Funeral services will be held rcstaurant. Mr. Owen was awak Iwednesday at 2 o'clock, Rev. Ar- enecj by smoke and was unable to that he was covered (1937 1938, 'w.ju be given at the various booths of In the Jersey open class, Hilda Card, of Lawrenceville, won fourth place in the open class with 1 ganization Which Yet To Be Named. John W. Stuart ...w j i lanilliVa UI ucvn and One per cent of and many prizes will be awarded. Rnd morc than Ii0o0 is 25c. and three times 25c wj The merchants are requested to Q{ scenery and ap. e iU lOunn uince in me upcn uuuu Employing one of the largest four.ycar-old cow. ami first in president of a new families of pets ever used by a> J 75c. So his monthly benefit will contact their wholesale houses foi 1 be 'such samples as they may care to gcheetz Company offer 'such samples as tney may Care-1-mwhichformysteryiS For further information call Tni8 is a grand opportunity humor js Bernard A. Farabaugh, I tnc merchant to display goods, r.' Partici write sur- as Ichie MacDougald, of the Method- {urn the lights on. He called the list church, officiating; burial in others and they rushed to the first Williamsport I PS i x. t f- f ml __ Bernard A. Farabaugh, for the merchant to display goods fnjmi'uble field. Particular Manager, 307 Post Office Building, and no individual can afford ttj .Q nt is afforded by the Wniiamsport, Pa., or communicate miss these two evenings of fun. "Dfttter" which leads from the Club Class. Hilda also had j Wednesday evening at a meeting the grand champion Jersey cowjat his home; George M. VanKirk for the state in the club group, Was elected vice r and Elwyn Learn had the grand, Clifford Woolsey, secretary; Rob champion Holstein cow in the Hoi-, ert B. Leslie, treasurer IRED CROSS CONTRIBUTIONS. The following Red Cross mem- others and they rushed to the nm wimamspori., ui miss inese iwu floor 'which was a mass of flame.s. j with a representative of this office The committee have many forms floor, wnicn Employment I of amusement which will be well DAVID W. KILBOURNE. The funeral of David W. Kil- have been received in ad- bourne, aged 77 years, of Elmira, dition to the list published who died suddenly Saturday, was week: Joseph H. Williams, Mrs. J. H. Williams, Mr-. H. G. Roy, FARM CLASSES TO BE RESUMED Legumes To Be Discussed At Meeting Tonight. Service Office, 88 Main street, Wellsboro, on the first Tuesday of each month between the hours of a. m. and 1 p. m. held Tuesday; burial at Ulysses, his former home. He was a son of Ira and Electa Douglass Kilbourne, and was born Feb. 2, 1862, in Hector, Potter county. He married Delia Havens in March, 1888. She died in Jan. 1909. He was a member of the Oakwood Methodist church, Elmi- ra Heights. The following survive: two dau- ghters, Mrs. W. F. Wilbubr, of __________ _ _ f Addison and Mrs. D. E. Newton, The Charleston adult farmers' Oj Corning; three sons, Dorr Kil- evening class resumes its discus- bourne, of Wellsboro; Wayne Kil- sion of farm management prob- bourne, of Binghamton, and Basil lems in the agriculture room of woodard, of Ft. Landerdale, Flor- the Charleston school Wednesday ida; five grandchildren; four evening, Jan. 24. jrreat grandchildren; one sister, A new subject will be discussed Mrs Sarah Dykins, of Elmira; at this meeting, "Legume Produc-; scverai nieces and nephews. tion in Tioga County." Soil re-j quirements, cultural methods, har-, vesting and curing of such le- C. MeCLURE INJURED. Cameron McClure, 42, of Lind- eumea as alfalfa, sweet clover, ley, R. D. 1, is a patient in the Sovers and soybeans will be in- Corning Hospital for lacerations worth the price of admission rn addition to the many samples and prizes. A feature of special in- terest will be the fashion show each evening, which will show all the latest models of the new spring styles. The following committee win call on the merchants in the near future to discuss plans for the ba- zaar: Mrs. Helen Glennon, Mrs Next Ladj..' Day, Luncheon At une, (Martha BHgg> Mre. Edith soder- Followed By Cards. quist, Mrs. Nina Moshier, R; M. TTOGA COUNTRY CLUBALENDAR one another and by the engaging personalities of the per- formers. Dr. Chester A. Feig, instructor in education at Mansfield Teachers stein class. j Mr. Stuart appointed tho The total livestock winnings] lowing chairmen of amounted to The calf club, standing committees: youth social: plot in the Tioga they lived in TioRa for about two yea'r-s, moving to Corning in 18S7. Mr. Lawrence wa- first employ- ed on tho Fall Brook Railroad, and progressed to the position of engineer to which he pionmt- ed July 4. For 20 year> preceding hi- retirement Feb. 2S, ig.'U, he wa> in the passenger service on the Pennsylvania Divi- of tho Now York Central, had been a member of was elected' Brotherhood of Locomotive service club neers since Beside-, being a locomotive en- gineer, he was also a civil engi- president; B. neer. Surviving aie his widow and two daughters, Mrs. J. K Dohei-ty and Mrs. Howard W. Lyon, both of New York City. Burial Saturday in tho ion .He family members had a very aducationa! and enjoyable week at the show. Leon Bracford, a 12-year-old boy of Sullivan township, won first place on his exhibit of maple This entry was shown in' activities, dustrial Woolsey; Charles contact church R. Winter; in- B. Clifford' activities, Gor-. CHARLES A. WEEKS. Kenneth Mann, of Wellsboro. and John Mann, of Blossburg, for- m syrup. This entry was snown m LI. Ly College, addressed the Wellsooro the en class apainst adult maple The -il" i Rotary Club at its regular meet- ing in the Penn-Wells Hotel, Jan. 18. "Investing in America" was the topic of his discussion. Seven degrees were granted by. Mansfield State Teachers College' at the end of the first semester, i January 20. Awards were as fol- j lows: Elementary new group i u. .la.n.l Vl the open class against aauu mnpiv me new group pmu- i hv his widow syrup producers throughout the mou projects for community He is b> hi, state -Paul P. Korb, County Ag- ent. MRS SOLOMON TORRENCE. Mrs Lura Bernett Torrance, wjfe Of Solomon Torrence, died at ner home at Gibson, N. Y., Mon- day gne was born in Tioga coun particularly with'rela- Charlotte Mann WeeKs U tion to the younger men of Wells- member of former was a communtiy-wide father-and- son banquet. Robert L. Lyon wa> named a committee-of-ono to make arrangements for a dinner. for- Wednesday, Ladies' day. Sunday, Feb. supper, forum. Feb. 14 and 28, 18 Cafeteria McCann, Leon Moshier, Leon Smith, Bliss. Henry Wilcox and Earl Leo C. Bailey will have V CUt A O followed by music and a i charge of arrangement of bootns. Last Sunday evening about 65 members and guests were present at the cafeteria supper, following which they were delightfully en- tertained by a program of piano music played by Miss Claudia Ben- MICHAEL J. HURLEY. Beatrice Cleveland, of Mansfield; tyt pa., about 72 years ago. Her Viola M. Doughton, of Blossburg: Elizabeth L. Johnson, of Wells- was a boro; Vennetta J. Scott, of Mil- of Corning, lerton; Catherine R. Skelly, of Susquehanna; Homemaking Edu- E. Stambaugh, of took place in 1891. She member of the Methodist cation, Green _ Michael J. Hurley, a native of Bennett C. Gardiner, Blossburg, died Thursday at his WestfieW. home in New York City. Me Hurley was about 75 years old and was the son of Daniel and Survivors in addition to her husband are the following sons Ruth E. Stambaugh, of Bnd Mrs. Anna Kurd, Park; Secondary Sabinsvnie; Mrs. Stella Gauss, of Corning, R. D.; Mrs. Helen Le- Polt, of Wellsville; Mrs. Hazel of Pittsburgh. Mr. Weeks merry lived in Clyde1. N- Y. NARROW ESCAPE FROM BAD FIRE P. T. A. HEARD DR. OLIVER. Dr. Robert T. Oliver, professor i of speech at Bucknell gave an address on "Your Child's Tomahawk Service Ma- Voice" at the meeting of jjon Slightly Damaged Welliboro Parent-Teacher Associ- ation Wednesday, at ttu- grade A large audience heard' Friday Night A fire, causing about dam- SAMUEL KENDRICK. Samuel Kendrick, aged his interesting address. age at the Tomahawk Sta- about the forehead sustained _ flUlUBHUW nett, who has the sure touch Hayes Hurley. Most of his years, of Morris Run, died Jan. the artist. Following the youth warn spent at Bloseburg and 15> at the Blossburg hospital. Senator 0. Mason Owlett tookwthe Morris Run, and in Elmira. Funeral services were held Thursday at the home of The last two meetings have an auto crash south been devoted to a discussion of Saturday. of Lindley .audience on a trip through Eur- ln ope with his own motion pictures, 1 Run hfi mar. ing; Charles and Joseph at home. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Stella Hurd and Mrs. Drap- i visor, in a i er, of Sabinsville. his Funeral services will be held nirucica short musical by Harry Evans was not ,s; Mr. Evans opened the soil elements needed, liming, and It was said that the car in which riding ran off the Bna fertilization of farm crops. McClure was meetings are open to the pub-1 road at the turn near the Toby lie and anyone interested is invit-1 farm, near Lindley, and struck a .J 4. Ueleohorie pole. skillfully Uken in natural colors. I The pictures, with the explanation, rounded out an even- ing of rare enjoyment. Moriarty. Six children'daughter, Mrs. William Payne. at'there Wednesday at 2 p. m.; bur- born to them, of whom two, Morris Run; burial in the Coving- ja] at coopers Plains. Levins and family re- turned from Florida Friday. survive: Mrs. Bernard Welch and Dr. Mtehael J. Hurley, both of York City; Alao aurviving two tiatera, a brother and -sev- eral cousins. ton cemetery. Surviving in addition to Mrs. Payne an .a daughter, Miss Mae Keadrick, of Amelgh, and a son, Hugh, of Morris Bun. supper, prepared hy the women and served by the at the Presbyterian church, men, Feb. 1. III a V in _ L. Brandt, who presided at covered until the business, session, announced for business t nday mornmg. the P. T. A. will hold its annual A small room, used for storage. Father's Night meeting at the was the scene of the fire, which High School Auditorium Wednes- smothered out owing to lack of day evening Feb. 21, with Rev.' air. The cause is unknown. Tho H W Mcllnay. Methodist pastor., damage is covered by insurance. in charge of arrangements. The High School orchestra, directed by Byron Clark, will present a pro- gram. NEWSPAPER! If the fire had gained headway a serious blaze might have resulted as Mr. Hawk has large storage tanks nearby. IF.WSPA.PFJ   

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