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14 Nov 1968

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14 Nov 1968

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Bedford Inquirer (Newspaper) - November 14, 1968, Bedford, Pennsylvania Bedford county deaths Jay Blackburn 85, businessman Here pies service sunday Jay Blackburn 445 e. Penn St., Well known throughout Bedford county after a lifetime of business and sales activity died at is thursday evening nov. 7, 1968, in Donahoe Manor. He was a partner in business with Bis two a Orts who operate Jay Blackburn and sons. He was also survived by his wife the former Vera medallion whom he married july 18, 1914, in Cumberland my. Jay Blackburn was bom in Point nov. 6, 1883, the Aon of Jay Edmund and Anna Border Blackburn. He wrent to work As a Young Man. On the Pennsylvania Railroad. He attended the Iron City business school in Pittsburgh and was later transferred to Chicago a a brakeman for the Pennsy. In 1908. By then 25 Yeara old he returned to Cessna to go into business with his father. Together they operated Blackburn milling co. Until the building burned Down in 1921. He then went to work with agrico chemical co., and remained with them until he retired. He also operated the Curry Supply co. In Curryville from 1935 to 1941. In 1951, he and his sons Thomas and Richard bought Davidson bios. Hardware store As partners. He was Active in the business until failing health restricted him in March. Until that time he visited the store twice a Day. He was a member of St. Paul s United Church of Christ Cessna. The masonic Lodge of Bedford Aud the b p o. Elks 1707. He is survived by a brother Ralph in Florida and three grandchildren. William g. Mann William g. Mann 73, Bedford re 3, died Early tuesday november 12. 1968, in the berthed memorial Hospital. He was born in Wolfsburg on january 22. 1895 the ton of the late Henry h. And Ella Wolf Yam. Surviving Are hit wife Lora Hall and these children Henry h. Mann of Florida miss Emily Mann at Home and adopted daughter. Mrs. Shirley Lee Arnold Bedford re 3. Also surviving Are nine grandchildren and one sister mrs. Emma Weyant of Bedford re 3. Or. Mann was a member of the burning Bush methodist Church and a retired Road supervisor Sisters mrs. Ted Femi Lavale and mrs. Gertrude Reed Hopewell Wewt Virginia 22 grand Jujj Ren and it no Reat grandchild. Or. Waltman was a member of the Ellerslie United methodist Church. Eva m. Burke mrs. Eva m. Burket 70, 1106 North Spring Street Everett died sunday november to 1968 in sacred heart Hospital in Cumberland my. She was bom february 8, 1898 in Everett the daughter of the late Alex and Mary Darr Cartwright. She was married to Samuel h. Burket who died june surviving Are these children John f. Shiner with whom she resided mrs. Romaine camber Bedford mrs. Billie Weicht Everett mrs. Lena Sperlich Bedford mrs. Doris l. Foor and mrs. Janet r. Lasalle both of Everett two step sons Harry Burket Everett and Robert Burket Akron Ohio. Eleven grandchildren and four great grandchildren also survive. She was a member of the Everett Church of the Brethren. Maurice l. Strawn Maurice l. Strawn re 3 Bedford died suddenly sunday november 3, 1968, in Bedford county memorial Hospital. He was born in Connellsville november 6, 1889, a son of the late Herbert and Darley Ream Strawn. He was preceded in death by his wife the former Mary Smith who died february 29. 1964 he is survived by a son Maurice r. Strawn re 3 Bedford a step daughter Louise o Neal Somerset a sister Bertha wife of Elmer Nelson Florida nine grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren two half Sisters mrs. Harry Driggs Berlin arid mrs. Robert Spangler Somerset and a half brother Harry Landis Florida. He was a world War i Veteran. Paul e. Horner or. Paul e. Horner sr., 53, Schellsburg re died nov. 7, 1968, at Windber Hospital. Born dec. 21, 1914, in Bedford county the son of Clinton w. And Edna it Emrick it Horner Bedford re 2. Who sur Vive along with his widow the former Mildred Pearl Ayers and these children a Paul e. Jr., Schellsburg re Dean Summerdale a. Robert a Schellsburg re four grandchildren these Brothers and Sisters a Earl it. Lauderdale Fla. Harold Annandale a. Laura Belle wife of George Feaster Fishertown Anna w Ife of Earl Snyder. Fishertown Dale Fredericksburg a. Eugene Schellsburg re Dorothy wife of Vaughn Way Fishertown Donald Osterburg he was tax collector for Napier township. Member of Point United methodist Church. Arch chapter 255. He was also a member of Mountain commentary no. To knights Templar Altoona and the Church of the Brethren new Enterprise. He is survived by his wife mrs. May Adams Walter two daughters mrs. Jacob m Koontz Woodbury and mrs. J. William Lefebvre Anchorage Alaska four Brothers Earl Walter Pennsylvania. Paul Walter Ohio and Elwood and Glenn Walter of California two Sisters mrs. Clare Graffius and mrs. Elwood Wilson Pennsylvania and 9 grandchildren. Daisy p. Seese mrs. Daisy p. Seese 84, Schellsburg re died monday november 4, 1968, at Windber Hospital. She was born november la 1883, a daughter of John o. And Catherine Corle Kimmel. She was preceded in death by her husband James a two sons four Brothers and two Sisters. She is survived by these children Katherine wife of Guy Miller and Dena wife of David Klem-1 Daren. M. Leg. Degrees while also teaching. He combined his farming near Spring Meadow with his teaching in local schools mostly As principal of the Fishertown High school. In 1943 he was elected principal of the Metal township school of Fannettsburg pa., and later became supervising principal of the Fannett Metal joint school District serving through the erection of the new High school building for the District and retired in 1955. He was married in 1914 to Garnett c. Barr of Washington county. Mrs. Blackburn died in May of 1962 and in july of 1965 he was married to Helen Hammer Nave widow of Sherman r. Nave of Bedford who survives him along with the following children Amy mrs. Harry Edwards of Apollo a. Eli jr., of Verona pa., Margaret mrs. Andrew Enoch of Brilliant. Ohio and Jason Albert of Verona. Two daughters Louise and Grace wife of Ersal Kindel preceded him in death. Six grandchildren survive one of these now living in the friends Mission station in Kenya e. Africa. Three step Alice mrs. Irvin o. Margery h. Crawford James e. Eckard wed grandchildren six great grandchildren two great great grand children and a brother Arthur Sewell Kimmel Santa Ana Calif. She was a member of the Otterbein United methodist Church new Paris. Erva f. Myers mrs. Erva f Myers. 67, Everett re i died thursday november 7, 1968. In Bedford county memorial Hospital. She was born june 29, 1901, in Bedford county a daughter of the late William and Rosann Deneen . She was married to John Myers who died september 17. 1963. Surviving Are four children mrs. Katheryn e. Dressier Confluence re 3 William j. Myers with the us army at fort Story a. Mrs. Helen l. Suhrie Everett re i and mrs. Mabel l. Fisher Etters re i. Also surviving Are a brother Roy Emerick and a sister mrs. Cora Ewing both of Jerome la grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Iun 0, of Edison. N a. Roger Nave of Bedford and Barbara mrs. Joseph Arnold of Bedford. One sister Amy c. Mrs. Ralph l. Hughes of Moorestown . Survives and will attend his funeral. Or. Blackburn was a charter member and past president of the path Valley Lions club association and a life member of . And n . He was a charter member of the Spring Valley Grange. #814, and was a Loyal member of the Fishertown friends meeting. For several years he has repro i seated the parents Magazine enterprises inc of new York furnishing magazines through the elementary grades of a Large District of the state and within the past two years has served As tip staff in the county courts. Helen j. Davis Helen j. Davis. 95, died monday november 4, 1968, in Donahoe nursing Home. She was born May 23, 1873, in Wales a daughter of William and Jane Jenkins. She was preceded in death by her husband John. Surviving Are a son Edwin j. Davis Bedford and a grandson Robert Edwin Davis. Bedford Joanna Thompson mrs. Joanna Thompson 73, Windber native died tuesday november 5, 1968, in Leader nursing Home Camp Hill. She was married to Joseph Thompson who survive with three children Jack of Bedford Joseph and Joanna married to Raymond fad Anani of Camp Hill. Local churchmen Host teen dances kind of get together after the they run from to until around 11 30. Members of the Church Are always there but Many other adults in the Community have volunteered. They report there has never been any trouble. The admission charged by the Church is Only 25 cents and a hot dog and soft drink Are part of the fare. One teen once insisted on paying More. He understand he said Why something like that would be a Mac music is supplied by Greg Guise of Redford who announce for warm pm and borrows records and equipment from. Wafd. Greg is president of Beri the dances Are the Church s Ford High schools Junior class contribution to the teenagers in a three piece band asked to town. The Church feels the re a play once without and Drew spouse to them has indicated a record crowd of Over 250. There was a need for the dances j the dances Are announced on the idea originated in the j school a systems and Over the Church vestry. Members wanted i radio a Factor that has helped the Parish House for the Young to boost their popularity. But people whenever possible. Their Best advertisement to Date crowds were Small at first appears to come from the teem but have grown steadily. One themselves they seem to a Church member Calls them Quot a prove. Everett Council eyes recreation facilities St. James episcopal Church had something special going for the younger set this fall. After each Home football game the Church sponsored a teen dance held in the Parish House right Down e. John St. From the High school and supplied with music by local radio station Greg Guise who also happens to be president of the Junior class. The Post game dances were started by the Church last year and have proved to be a big Success. Crowds of 200 or More attended each one. The last one was held Friday after the Westmont game. In the words of on Church sponsor mrs. Forest Randolph Roy Orville holler Harry o. Waltman Harry Otto Waltman 64. Ellerslie Maryland died Early monday november la 1968, in the Keyser nursing Home. He was born March 25, 1904 in Ellerslie the son of the late William Waltman and sue Luman Waltman. Surviving along with his wife. Alverda Thomas Waltman of Cumberland my. Are these children mrs. Robert Martin and mrs. Charles Lowery both of Timberland mrs. William of Neal and mrs. Herman Kammauf both i Cresaptown my. Mrs. Karl Sturtz of Ellerslie mrs. Robert Deneen of Hyndman mrs. Frances Stahiman san Diego California. Also surviving Are two sons William Waltman of Cumberland my. And Robert Waltman of Lavale my. In addition to two Brothers Clyde Waltman of Hyndman Oscar Waltman of Cumberland two Roy Orville holler 68, of Grindstone re i died at his residence Early november 8, 1968. He was wife of Elmo born january 27, 1900 in Bedford county the son of the late Thornton h. Holler and Hester Wolford holler. He was married to Pearl Mowry november la 1926. Surviving along with his wife Are three children Dale of Kent Ohio Richard Lee of Grindstone and Norma Jean of Tulsa Oklahoma. Also surviving is a brother Clarence holler of Bedford and three Sisters mrs. Phoebe Stuby of Ellerslie my. Mrs. Ethel of Baker of Geneva Ohio amt mrs. Madelyn Hoagland of Bedford and two grandchildren. Or. Holler was a retired Steelworker. Francis r. Horne Francis r. Horne 50, Alum Bank formerly of new Paris died wednesday morning november 6, 1968. He was bom May 24, 1918 in Napier township Bedford county a son of Raymond a. And Vesta Miller Horne Schellsburg re. In addition to his parents he is survived by his wife the former Anna Mae Shaffer and these children Donna Jean Bari Francis Darlene Ann Gary Lynn Connie Mae Sandra Kay and Todd Allen All at Home. He is also survived by these Brothers and Sisters mrs. Pearl Delasko. Schellsburg re Wilmer j. Horne Schellsburg re. Clair e. Home. St. Thomas pa., and mrs. Eleanor Miller Schellsburg re. He was preceded in death by one sister. He was a Veteran of world War ii. Employed by Bethlehem steel co., Johnstown and a member of Root Church of the Nazarene. Arthur j. Waldvogel Arthur j. Waldvogel 351 West Pitt Street. Bedford died Early sunday november to 1968, after a lengthy illness in the veterans administration Hospital Altoona. He was bom in Toledo Ohio a son of Martin and Mary Kopfman Waldvogel. He was married to the former Gertrude Lenora Ritchey who survives. Mrs. James Edward Eckard miss Margery Helen Crawford and James Edward Eckard were married september 28 at a candlelight ceremony held at the Centerville methodist Church at 7 30 . The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Paul f. Crawford Bedford re 3. Parents of the bridegroom Are or. And mrs. Albert j. Eckard Bedford re 3. Rev. Paul Crawford or. Brother of the Bride and Rev. Fred Hickok officiated at the double Gram to develop recreational facilities for tube entire Community. A Council committee headed. ,. By Richard Myers and induct Gold brocade Satin gowns with ing Paul Shaffer and Kenneth the a line style and Oval neck-1diehl has been appointed to lines. Each carried a single the committee for White Rose from the Bride s Bou a auth activities a group for Phillippi w.va., and mrs Dunkle Bedford. The brides attendants Dick wore Everett a Borough coun land is not Worth repairing. Cid Hee expressed its in re est in j he noted it had been torn Down an Everett minister cum pro four tunes in recent weeks in an unsuccessful Effort to restore its ability to produce a vacuum sufficient to permit daily use of 22 pounds of chlorine. Buchanan further noted the surviving along with his wife is., one sister May. Ansted of to-1� ceremony the Church was Ledo Ohio four Brothers and one decorated with White Gladioli William k. Walter William k. Walter 54. Of 1125 Grant blvd., Syracuse died monday in upstate medical Center Syracuse very suddenly. He was a native of Juniata pa., and a Syracuse resident the past ten years. He was Branch manager of Universal milking machine division of National cooperatives inc. Prior to moving to Syracuse he was employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad. He was a member of the sales marketing club. Syracuse. The Hiram Jersey masonic Lodge no. 17, and Bedford Royal inquirer classifieds Della b. Mellott mrs. Della b. Mellott 68. Everett re i died unexpectedly wednesday november 6. 1968 in Bedford county memorial Hospital. She was born september 15, 1900 in Monroe township the daughter of the late Samuel Ranson and Ida f. Mearkle Showalter. On Jan 22, 1920 she married sister preceded him in death or. Waldvogel was a member of the seventh Day adventist Church Everett a Veteran of and a Dye maker by trifle. He and his wife resided in Bedford for Over 13 years. Funeral services Wall be held at 2 ., wednesday november 13, 1968 from the Roland s. Keller funeral Home Bedford with the Rev. Wilbur p. Atwood his pastor officiating. Burial will be in the Bedford county memorial Park. Friends will be received in the funeral Home today from 2 30-4 30 and 7 00-9 30 . David s. Smith David s. Smith. 90. Manns Choice re died saturday november 9, 1969, in the Bedford county memorial Hospital. He was born August 6. 1878, in Bedford county a son of John a. And Julia Mussell Man. He was preceded in death by his wife Mary a. And one daughter and one son. Surviving Are these children Jesse a. Manns Choice re Glenn Chambersburg Sheldon Schellsburg re mrs. Hazel Britt Chambersburg re 2, and Warren h. Joby Smith Manns Choice _ a a re. Also surviving Are 47 grand Grant Muot who a he in i children 85 grit grandchildren with one brother William Showalter of Clearville re 2 and these five Sisters mrs. Nellie Milliman Marion. . Mrs. Mary Weible Everett mrs. Emma Spade Clearville re 2 mrs. Anna Clark Markleysburg pa., and miss Minnie Showalter Clearville re 2. And nine great great grandchildren. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. He was a member of the Napier mennonite Church. And yellow chrysanthemums with Palm branches at both sides of the altar. A White Rose from the brides bouquet was on the Organ and a White Rose Laid on an open Bible. Organist miss Sharon Mann played the traditional wedding marches and accompanied David Rose soloist who Sang a Saviour like a Shepherd Lead us Quot a each for the other a to Promise me and the a a lord sprayer was Sung during the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a full length gown of White bridal Satin fashioned with an Oval neckline and Long sleeves ending in Points Over her wrists. The gown was adorned with pearls and Klencon lace appliques which decorated the a detachable Chapel length train. The Back gown featured tiny buttons and a Satin Bow accenting the beginning of the train above the Waist. A Chapel length veil of bridal illusion fell from a Tiara of teardrops and seed pearls. She carried an bouquet of White roses. The Bride chose miss Debbie Reed of Bedford Valley As maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Becky Eckard Frostburg my. Mrs. Paul Crawford jr., Quet. Albert f. Eckard brother of the bridegroom served As Best Man. Ushers were Wesley Crawford Bedford Valley Leslie Logue Westernport md., and Jay Eckard Bedford. Barry and Grant Crawford were r ing bearers. A reception followed the ceremony in the Church social room. The Bride is a graduate of Bedford High school the bridegroom also a graduate of Bedford High school served two years in the us army and was graduated from Williamsport technical Institute. He is employed by the United Telephone company Bedford. The couple will reside at 144 West Pitt St., Bedford. For Sale Fame amps a we specialize in tractor tire repairs. Service on the farm if needed. Special prices on new tires. The better tires sales co. Inc., 651 e. Pitt St. Bedford a. _lx-4-4-tf Recap four worn tires. New tire mileage guaranteed. One Day service expert workmanship and materials. Better tires sales co., inc., 651 e. Pitt St., Bedford a. _lx-4-4-tf Rubbermaid Kitchen accessories Are colourful convenient a choose from dish Racks stove and counter Mats Drain Board Mats sink Mats Etc. At maurices. Lg-ll-4-4t Millers septic tank clean ing we go anywhere Telephone 839-2954 or 733-2948. 10g-5-18-tf Auto owners a front e n d alignment steering problems and fast Wear on front tires easily corrected by most modern and efficient visualizer equipment in this area. Reasonable prices and terms if desired. Better Brake service 651 East Pitt St., Bedford a 10x-5-5-tf still time to have your Furnace checked before Winter sets in. Call r. E. Shaffer amp son new Paris 839-2162 or 733-2990, and be sure 10g-ll-4-6t service brakes refined a expert service by expert mechanics Drums trued. Cylinders repaired. Guaranteed work. A. State inspection station. Better Brake service. 651 e. Pitt Ludwick furniture East Pitt Street Bedford. Specializing in Fine furniture rebuilding and re upholstering. Call 625-6017 10g-ll-4-6t Public sales auction Sale antique guns and collectors items saturday november 16, 1968, to . Fort Bedford inn Bedford a. 235 antique and Hunting guns Pennsylvania rifles Winchester military rifles muskets carbines Colts Remington Smith lessons Sharps henrys Deer rifles and shotguns and Many others not mentioned also swords documents horns and related items. Terms a Cash or travellers checks. Inspection before Sale. Auctioneer Lyle Reed. Llx-ll-14-lt Rosa May Zehring Rose May Shoemaker Zehring 89, died november 6, 1968 in Lancaster. She was born april 18, 1880 in Bedford county the daughter of George s. Shoemaker and Elizabeth Lee Shoemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband Rev. Jacob William Zehring former pastor of the Mountville United Church of Christ she was a graduate of Millersville school and was a retired school teacher having taught in the Altoona Bryn mawr and Lancaster county Public schools. She was a member of the following organizations St. Pauls United Church of Christ of Lancaster contemporary trends Book club Giddeons society charter member of mount Wambia club of mount Ville alumni association of Millersville College Donegal chapter of the Dar. Columbia chapter of the order of the Eastern Star an Active encounter member of the Actu Ani the Christus Attucks Center. Surviving Are the following children a daughter Jean Zehring wife of or Howard b. Slider Panama canal zone daughter Louise Zehring wife of or. N. E. Palmer of Framingham Massachusetts 6 grandchildren and one great grand child. E. Eli Blackburn Enos eur Blackburn of 233 East John Street Bedford died Sud Denly at the Bedford county Mem orial Hospital on saturday nov. 9th., after amp Short illness with no warning of a serious attack. Or. Blackburn was one of six children of Jason and Hannah Hoopes Blackburn and was born near Spring Hope on september 14, 1891. Educated in the local a weight Square school and under professor Lloyd Hinkle in the Pleasantville school he continued his studies for a term at the West Chester Normal school and at Penna. State University where he earned if is. And Stella m. Stiffler mrs. Stella m. Stiffler 88, East Pitt Street. Bedford died saturday evening november 9, 1968 in the Bedford county memorial Hospital. She was bom in Bedford county August 2, 1880. She was the daughter of William and George a College Smith. She was preceded in death by her husband Oliver m. Stiffler who died october to 1959, and two Brothers and two Sisters. Surviving Are these children mrs. Elizabeth Bartleman Indiana and William o. Stiffler Meadowbrook Terrace Bedford. Also surviving is one granddaughter mrs. Linda Dennis Michigan. Dave Lundquist gets Silver wings As army aviator it. Rucker Ala. A Harry Dave Lundquist 22, son of mrs. Betty Lundquist 123 South St., Everett received the Silver wings of an army aviator and was appointed a warrant officer oct. 22 upon graduation from the army aviation school it. Rucker Ala. During the 16-week course he was taught various fire techniques and tactical Maneu vers for helicopters supporting ground troop in combat. He also received instruction in helicopter maintenance and survival techniques. Hospital notes there were 65 patients and 6 babies in the Hospital wednesday discharges Eleanor Wallihan Alum Batik Austin Simons Bedford William Boore Bedford Michelle Snyder Manns Choice births a son to or. And mrs. Gary Browell Everett there were 69 patients and 7 babies in the Hospital thursday discharges Alma Shaw Everett John Williams Bedford Jerry close Hyndman Opal Messersmith Bedford Wilbur Weyant Bedford baby boy Crawford Everett mrs Wilma More and Aon Everett mrs. Marilyn Daugherty and daughter Bedford Blanche Slutzker Everett births a son to or and mrs. Earl Kimble Bedford a daughter to or. And mrs. Robert Cornell Everett there were 64 patients and 4 babies in the Hospital Friday discharges Donald Conover Bedford Lula Whitfield Everett Becky Hemminger Bedford Norbert Martin Schellsburg Lavon Harclerode. Bedford there were 66 patients and 6 babies in the Hospital tuesday discharges Jean Eicheiberger Hopewell Stephen Heeter Bedford Sara Nicodemus Bedford Alice foor Bedford births a daughter to or. And mrs. Gary Mcfarland Everett a son to or. And mrs. Adam Faz Eneker Hyndman a daughter to or. And or. Harvey Tew Bedford a daughter to or. And mrs. Larry Hughes Loysburg a son to Rev. And mrs. Samuel rust Bedford court House report real estate transfers a so husband wife six others Levi h. Glotfelty by execs to Roland e. Troutman ux., deed in Cumberland Valley twp. Cons. $1,300. Roy Corbrin Sill a a a Roy c. Sill by execs to Robert Percy foor deed in Bedford twp. Cons. $25,000. Roy s. Koontz a1, partners to a Everett i . Food liner to Everett food liner inc. Deed in Everett Bor. Cons. $8,000. Alma b. Green to Ruth r Beck deed in Southampton twp cons. $6,000. Florence m. Rochow ux., to Charles c. Shope ux., deed in Snake Spring twp. Cons. $16,800. Wayne s. Oldham ux., to Clyde j. Long ux., deed in Bedford twp. Cons. $2,500. Russell e. Turner ux., to Gerald d. Cross ux., deed in Manns Choice Bor. Cons. $6,000. Roger l. Crawford ux., to Kenneth Lee Miller ux., deed in Londonderry cons. $7,500. Eleanor Cavanaugh to Carl Mcaloose us deed in Bloomfield twp. Cons. $5,500. Percy g. Bussard ux., to Marlin s. Bollman ux., deed in w. Prov. Twp. Cons. $5,500. Richard l. Miller Osterburg re i and Sandra Marie poor Imler re i. Carson b. Johnson Alexandria va., and Patricia a. Britsky Alexandria. A. Charles e. Wyles Saxton re i and Elizabeth Sally Harr Imler. Timothy m. Claycomo Imler re i and Anita Mae George Portage. James Lee Berkebile Bedford and Carol l. Bowen Bedford re 2. Simon l. Schuman Martinsburg re i and Mazie Kagarise new Enterprise re. Rued by Tihe minister rim. The Rev. Paul get linger was present Ait the Council session monday evening and outlined desires of Tihe committee in establishing permanent recreational facilities in the Community. He noted the Sinast scrum at its meeting earlier monday voted to make an offer on a property along East main Street that would serve As a Community Center building. The Council committee will not be involved in the Effort to buy the property. Council monday agreed on two major purchases a a new police car and amp a new Chlorinator for the sewage treatment Plant. Barkan an motor company with a bid of $1,195 was Low of three firms whose bids were speared monday evening. It was accepted and will result in a 1969, v-8 Chevrolet with automatic transmission for police use. The Force will Trade its 1967 Plymouth on the new car. The Chlorinator Wim be purchased for $1,118 from Wallace and Leman inc. Of Belleville . And with offices in Pittsburgh. Councilman John s. Buchanan who Heads the sewage committee said the present Chlorinator dates Back to 1952 new Chlorinator is sufficiently Large its total chlorine capacity is 250 pounds compared to the original total capacity of 50 pounds for the present Chevrin Ator to meet future needs and changing state requirements. Workmen Are scheduled to begin installation thursday on the new unit. Buchanan noted the Price included transp Onataer. And installation and Council took Tihe action wih amp the stipulation that both Ane included. Council in still other action hired William e. Fisher of Cumberland As a regular member of the police Force. A budget session is scheduled at 7 30 . Nov. 18 at the firs National Bank Everett. A report by mayor Chester Karns showed total october collections of $570 including $418 in meter receipts. Chief of police Willard Klin reported 13 arrests for the month four of them for reckless driving and two others for shoplifting. Council gave William Coote permission to use several parking meters if needed to Aid in stringing Christmas lighting displays in the event the state does not allow strings to be placed across it. 30 main Street. Opinion at the meeting was that strings would be outlawed Only at intersection containing traffic lights. World War i vets elect Russell keys Bedford county Barracks 2637 veterans of world War i held their monthly meeting nov. 3 at the american legion building in the Everett Grove. 2 Bedford girls attend conference april Hine and Vicki Beegle both of Bedford and members of the Bedford High school classes of 1969 and 1970, respectively attended the Bow youth conference held november i and 2 in Harrisburg. The conference is sponsored by the Pennsylvania federation of business and professional women a clubs inc. The theme was a unite share act. Responsibilities of Freedom. Kathryn v. Sollenberger served As advisor of the sponsoring Bedford club. Bedford briefs retired state police Captain Abram w. Corbin has resigned As police commissioner of the City of Latrobe a. He and mrs. Corbin will move soon to their new Home it 2141 Greenhead St., Allentown mrs. Corbin was formerly from Bedford. Catholic daughters hold meeting plan Xmas party the Catholic daughters of America held its monthly meeting on tuesday nov. 5 in St. Thomas school Hall. The court had made 280 cancer dressings in the month of october. The or. . Had Christmas Oandy on display and Are taking orders. The Christmas party was discussed. Members Are to bring cookies a guest and everyone is to bring a $1.00 gift. A card party will be held on tuesday november 26 at St. Thomas school Hall. 73 cents prizes refreshments. After the meeting a movie was shown by the Garden club. Re Ifres menu were served. Rebecca Pepple engaged to wed Donald k. Gienger or. And mrs. John w. Pepple. Clearville announce the engagement of their daughter Rebecca sue to Donald k. Gienger ii son of or. And mrs. Donald Gienger of St. Petersburg Fla. Both Are 1967 graduates of Everett area High school. Miss Pepple has been employed by the first National Bank Bedford in the data processing department. Her Fiance is a second year student at St. Petersburg Junior College. No Date has been set for the wedding. Director of military affairs for the county Harlan porters a it be to the group about veterans benefits. The veterans and their auxiliary elected officers for the coining year. Veteran elected included Russell keys commander Robert Amos senior vice commander Orville Eaegle Junior vice commander j. Chester foor judge advocate Jason Eshelman quartermaster Edgar Karns Secretary Walter a. Morris chaplain and Adam Snyder trustee for three years. The auxiliary elected Josephine Eshelman president veda Karns senior vice president Cora Rhodes Junior vice president Catherine Miller treasurer Nellie Smith chaplain Beatrice Shaffer conduct Ress Florence fester guard Lucy foor historian Amy Weaverling. Secretary and Leona sponsor Ethel barred and Zelda Brown trustees. Officers will be installed at the first meeting of the veterans in december. They will take their offices the first sunday in january. The veterans invite anyone eligible to join the organization. Named chairman Glasgow completes College work is coach teaching Thomas e. Glasgow son of or. And mrs. Dean Glasgow of new Enterprise completed undergraduate studies this past summer at Bridgewater College Bridgewater va., where he received his Bachelor of arts degree in mathematics. During his four years of College Glasgow participated in football and was named to the Mason Dixon conference All Star football team both his Junior and senior years. He was selected fullback for the a11 Virginia Small College football team and served As varsity club president during his senior year. Rev. Paul Gettinger Everett presently he is assistant foot was appointed Bedford county Ball coach at the Staunton Iii chairman for 1970 White House tary Academy Staunton va., conference youth. On children and where he also instruct Junior High mathematics

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