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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - October 10, 1975, Bedford, Pennsylvania
Reconstruction of Village Park barn october Bedford 5 manpower workers on the Bedford historic Village project have begun the reconstruction of the barn from Pensyl hollow they dismantled during the workmen have poured a Cement floor and built additional Stone Walls for the foundation for the timbers of the barn being recon the barn is on the exact location of a smaller barn Concrete left that once was part of the Jesse Gilson workmen on the project have built Stone foundations for several other Everett plans crop walk the 1975 crop walk for the Everett area will be held beginning at 2 from the first United Church of Christ in West Providence those wishing to walk May begin securing Library exhibits paintings an exhibition of the pain Tings of Margaret Everett re will be shown at the Everett free Library for several starting Reynolds is a member of the Bedford Art association and also works with her show at the Library will have inks and pastels and include landscapes and paintings of formerly a resident of Reynolds has been awarded 20 Blue ribbons and has had seven showings in the Philadelphia the Library will hold a continuing Sale of miscellaneous books and House starting Square dancers at one time last saturday the enthusiasm of the dancers provided incentive for planning a halloween Square dance at the if they those attending May come in the string pickers will furnish the with guests contributing special Selec vocalists last week were Wilma and Kim Wanda Lesh and her accordian will be one of the features at the next interested persons of All Ages Are invited to offer suggestions and help to make the affair a phone 623 6394 or each adult who attends will be asked for a contribution toward Bullet Board Everett area coordinator of the trip 652 halloween Square dance planned the floor of the american legion Home was filled with As Many As seven sets of seniors tour Ray town dam the activities committee of the Everett Church service Center is sponsoring a bus tour of the Ray town dam thursday those interested in taking the tour should meet at the Church of the Brethren Orv water Street at 1 Joyce Whetstone is a club has covered dish supper the Everett women club started the fall programs with a covered dish supper at the Everett United methodist newly elected president Patty presided at the june corresponding Secretary and membership spoke of the purpose of the club and the activities scheduled for this Brenda Beck will serve As recording and Patty Mobus As Date of the october meeting was changed to because of the halloween the program will be about dried Flower Breezewood gets new cubs the Breezewood cub scout pack welcomed eight new boys and two leaders at the 23 Den mothers Are Peggy Barbara Ruth and Leona meetings Are held at the Home of Akers on wednesday cubs joining the scouts were Paul Sebert Shannon Frank Mel lot Shawn Steve Bruce and Jeffrey waifs Cost Morel a 100waff bulb lasts 750 a 60waff bulb lasts 1 Cost s Lessl heres another Bright idea put the pennies youve saved to work for by depositing a set amount into one of our Long term savings certificates for a specified youll earn the highest interest allowed higher even than our other savings plans pack 72 receives awards cub master Donald foor presented awards to cub scouts in Everett pack 72 at the methodist Bobcat pins were Given to Jeffery Kerry Stanley and Matthew Mike Robison earned his Wolf badge Joel Manspeaker received a Bear four cubs advanced into the Rebelos led by Arthur Smith John Harry Tim foor and Joel ten new cub scouts and four adult leaders were welcomed to pack 72 by cub master who conducted a candlelight dedication serving As Den mothers will be Judi Peggy Staily Joyce Childers and Darlene instead of a pack meeting for the cub scouts will participate in the halloween the 1 Hartlev National Bank the Everett Jaycees will again sponsor the Everett halloween Parade on 28 at in Case of rain it will be held Only those people who have registered for the Parade will be eligible for except mummers who do not need to registrations will take place 13 through 18 at Lowers pharmacy in prizes will be awarded in Many floats will be judged in non commercial and theme theme will be spirit of also judged will be antique horse and Pony and scout twirling bicycles and children dressed As mummers will be judged at the fire Hall immediately following the of Bedford phone 8146236117 16522 cog to discuss finances the topic for discussion at october meetings of the Everett area Council of governments will be the municipal finance discussion will also include the preliminary results of the questionnaires returned by the Public and containing opinions and suggestions concerning Community recreation and the monthly meetings with local governing bodies and planning commissions Are open to the Thelma Hoagland obituaries Thelma of 776 Echo Vale died Early tuesday in Bedford county memorial she was born in a daughter of Urie and Ida Fox her Paul died in april she is survived by one wife of Roy Bedford re 1 two and one Edgar manges of Hoagland was a retired and was a member of the retired teachers association and the Bedford county nurses funeral services thur at 2 in the Geisel funeral with Connell pastor of the Bedford Church of the burial in the Paul reformed Mearl Emerick Mearl of died monday september in sacred heart he had been a patient there since september born april at he was the son of the late George Emerick and Mary Ellen Wilhelm he is survived by his Virginia Kennell three Kenneth and Ray both of Hyndman Wayne of Wiley West Virginia and one mrs Joan of two Russell of Hyndman and John of Cumberland also survive along with 18 grandchildren and 9 great Emerick was a retired employee of the celanese corporation of America a member of the Cumberland fraternal order of eagles and a member of Oscar Jordan Post of Hynd funeral services thur october at 2 in the Zeigler funeral with William and Robert burial in the Palo Alto Chris Brockey Chris of was dead on arrival at bed Ford county memorial october born october in he was the son of the late Chris Brockey and Margaret Humbertson he was married to Lula Ratcliff Brockey who preceded him in death on october surviving Are three Phyllis of Chris Brockey of Flint Maryland and Lois of one miss Loretta of Maryland and five grand children also Brockey was a member of the Chaneysville United methodist Church a Veteran of world War i member of the knights of of Cumberland and the Everett world War i veterans funeral services october at 11 in the Conner funeral Chapel in Everett with Lloyd burial in the Chaneysville methodist Frank Hornick Frank of 303 North Richard bed was dead on arrival at Bedford county memorial Hospital on tuesday september he was born in september a son of and Andrew Hor he is survived by one at Home and two miss Anna of Johnstown and Frances of Hornick was a Veteran of world fir ii and a retired employee of the Bedford funeral services october at the Louis Geisel funeral with Kenneth of bed burial in the veterans Garden of honors in Bedford county memorial Park with full military honors conducted at the Anthony Nick Anthony of died at his wednesday october he was born in new Jersey on january he is survived by his and one Earl of new Nick was a retired employee of the Mack truck company of new funeral services october at 10 in the Louis Geisel funeral with James burial in Bedford county memorial Kenneth Troutman Kenneth Albert of was dead on arrival at sacred heart on september As the result of an in dust rial Accident at a Quarry near Corriganville where he was he was in cum june a son of Floyd and Mildred Bridges of in addition to his parents he is survived by his Wanda Deeter Troutman an infant Ann four Lawson and Richard both of Hyndman Ray of Pittsburgh and Larry of England and two Marlene and of Troutman was a member of teamsters local funeral services Satur october at in the Zeigler funeral with Ken burial in the Highland cemetery at Roy Black Roy of 24 North Spring for Merly of died at 7 october at his born july in Broad top he was the son of Amon and Elizabeth Bates he was twice first to Susie Fulton who preceded him in later to Irma Rose Claar who survives along with the following children James of George of Kenneth of Dudley Charles Powell and Kathy both of and miss Carol of Nineteen grandchildren also survive along with the following stepchildren Grace of cum Maryland Russell Claar and Kay both of Bedford Carol of Clearville and Geraldine of Bedford and 18 step the following Brothers and Sisters also Elva Cutshall and Fay both of Broad top City Margaret of Emma of Dudley Rose of Chambersburg Luther Black of Ohio Dennis of Ohio Dorothy and Ray of new Jersey Lois of new Jersey James of new Jer and Helen and Anna Mae both of Black was of the methodist Faith and worked As a Coal funeral services Satur october at 10 in the Masood funeral with Louis burial in the protestant Chester Gochnour Chester a guest of the Morrison Cove Home at for Merly of died at october at the Morrison Cove Home after an extended he was born at september a son of David and Elizabeth Burket he was first married to Roberta mock who preceded him in death on january he then later married Gladys Steele Zook in surviving Are his four Janet of Philadelphia of roaring Spring of Curryville and James of Woodbury re two step Jane of Texas and John of one Grace of Imler and Nineteen grandchildren also Gochnour was a member of the Waterside Church of the Brethren and a retired Brick Molder of the general refractories com funeral services Satur october at at the Waterside Church of the Brethren with Howard burial in the Steele Hopewell Arlene Cottle Arlene of died thur october at her Home after a lengthy born March in Snake Spring she was the daughter of the late Lloyd and Mary Jane Baker she was married to Jesse who along with a Donald of Everett three grand three David of Bedford Roy and Raymond both of Everett and one Mae her of Creps was a member of the Snake Spring Church of the funeral services Satur october at 2 at the Robert Chamberlain funeral with Robert burial in the Ritchey on Page 4 Hospital notes there were 81 patients and no Newborn babies in the Hospital discharges Gary Bedford Brian new Enterprise Eileen Everett Norma Hopewell Robert Bedford Richard Maryland Margaret Bedford Violet Bedford Ira Everett Richard Bedford Annie Beec Creek Louise Bedford Margaret Manns Choice Charles Bedford James Riddlesburg and Earl six mile there were 79 patients and no Newborn babies in the Hospital discharges Agnes Bedford Raymond Bedford Gordon Bedford Kathy Bedford David Bedford David Bedford Mary Bedford John Tobyhanna Arthur Everett William Everett Lena Bedford Christine Bedford Myrtle Defiance Linda Bedford and Mildred there were 82 patients and no Newborn babies in the Hospital discharges Alfred Ohio Mary a Everett Suzan Bedford Chad Bedford Bruce Bedford Daryl Hopewell John Bedford Duane Bedford Robert Bedford Pauline Buffalo Mills Lenore and Kenneth there were 82 patients and one Newborn baby in the Hospital discharges Louise Bedford Carey Lay Everett Phyllis Everett Robert Buffalo Mills Sandra Oster Burg Charles Breezewood and Emma birth a daughter to and David six mile there were 71 patients and one Newborn baby in the Hospital discharges Isabelle new Paris Susanne Bedford Jane Everett Walter Everett Kenneth Breezewood Ethel Everett Nina Bedford Christina Everett Sara Louise Manns Choice Michael Manns Choice Dixie Riddlesburg Greta Bedford Raymond Bedford Betty Bedford Mary Defiance Roxie Bedford Buffalo Mills David Warfordsburg Joseph Schellsburg Marjorie Bedford Harry Hopewell Melvin Everett Denise Bedford John Bedford Elizabeth Bedford Lois Fishertown William bed Ford and Harriet Manns there were 73 patients and one Newborn baby in the Hospital discharges Velma Swope and six mile run Mary Riddlesburg Charles Hollidaysburg and Kenneth birth a daughter to and Joe Crystal the first Black to sit in the House of representatives was Joseph Rainey of South Caro elected in 1870 to serve in the 41st he was re elected four hear be hear be hearing Aid custom for you has no tubing not worn in your Sussex not worn be Hind the ear extremely Small the Aid that it in Tor and uti Dott itself for More natural sound Fie ill phone 3017228060 for an appointment Demmit tritium in emf Newe w hours 95 91 guaranteed 100 refund if not satisfied within 30 Days fill out Coupon and mall today for free Home demonstration Cumberland Piarino All Center 30 Centre Street our 14th year at the same downtown location
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