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19 Sep 1968

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19 Sep 1968

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Bedford Inquirer (Newspaper) - September 19, 1968, Bedford, Pennsylvania Bedford inquirer a Everett Republican a phone 623-8118 Bedford county deaths Bedford a thursday september 19, 1968 aut of ctn mrs. Flora mrs. Flora Cottle 63, Everett re 2, died thursday september 12, 1968 at the Home of her daughter mrs. Mary Elizabeth Mellott in Franklintown. A. She was born May 20, 1905 in West Providence twp., the daughter of the late w Scott and Laura Clark Gordon. She was married to William p. Cottle who died March 13, 1965. Surviving in addition to her daughter Are two Brothers Simon Gordon Maumee Ohio and Walter Gordon Everett. Two Sisters mrs. Edna Thompson West Chester mrs. Eliza Scott roaring Spring re and two grandchildren also survive. She was a member of the Bethel Church of the Brethren. Byran Hillegass Byran Hillegass 71, Bedford re i. Died wednesday september la 1968 at the Bedford county memorial Hospital. He was born August 6, 1897 in Juniata twp., Bedford county the son of Henry and Henrietta Suder Hillegass. He is survive by his wife the former Ada Diehl and these Brothers and Sisters Albert Manns Choice re Glenn Windber and mrs. Pearl Wertz Manns Choice. Two Sisters and five Brothers preceded him in death. He was a retired Farmer and a member of the new Buena Vista United Church of Christ. 13, 1968. He was born september 20, 1888, in Buffalo Mills a son of the late Jacob and Maria Sherman Mowry. He is survived by his wife Daisy it Berkheimer Mowry and a daughter mrs. Ethel Flatt of Monrovia. Calif., a brother Leroy of Buffalo Mills and a sister mrs. Elender Martz of Corriganville my. Two grandchildren and three great grandchildren also survive. Fischer Crystal Spring mrs. Naomi Strait Chambersburg re 4 r. Vaughn Hixson Crystal Spring two Brothers Gusta Clin German Cumberland Jesse Clin German Hancock my. 35 grandchildren and 34 great grandchildren. She was a member of the Fairview United Church of Christ. Judith Smouse wed to Terra Cornelius mrs. Lucy Ellen Holcomb mrs. Lucy Ellen Holcomb 73. Bedford Valley re 3, died wednesday september la 1968 at memorial Hospital Cumberland md., where she had been a patient for six Days. She was born in Hillsboro w. Va., the daughter of the late James and Fannie Shover Jordan. Her husband. Martin l. Holcomb preceded her in death Margaret Grazier mrs. Margaret shuck Grazier died september to 1968 in the Altoona Hospital. Surviving Are her son Frank Grazier or. And two grandchildren Sandra Grazier Hartman and Frank Grazier Iii also surviving is a sister mrs. Lee Hoffman. She was preceded in death by her husband Frank Grazier in 1928, a son and three Brothers. Edmund Frank and Joseph shuck. A native of Bedford she had spent 30 years in Philipsburg at the hotel Phillips prior to her retirement. An enthusiastic artist for Many years she was a charter member of the Bedford Village Art society. B. Rush Mellott b. Rush Mellott 74, area native Gettysburg re i died wednesday. September la 1968 in the Annie Warner Hospital in Gettys Bertha Barker miss. Bertha Barker barks 84, of Bedford re 2 died Early saturday morning at her Home. She was born in West Providence township March 31, 1884. She was the daughter of Louis and Margaret Truax Pittman. She is survived by her children mrs. Katherine Kinney wolfs Burg. Helen at Home and mrs. George Croft and mrs. Emory Grove both of Altoona. Also surviving Are two Sisters mrs. John Cole of Cumberland my. And mrs. Carrie Gilbert of Philadelphia. Annie l. Koontz mrs. Annie l. Koontz 87. Of new Paris formerly of Everett died saturday september 14. In new Paris. She was born december 31, 1881 in Chaneysville. She was a daughter of the late George and Emma Wigfield Perrin. In 1900 she was United in marriage to Simon Koontz who died april i 1947. She is survived by these Chil Bug he was bom april 9, 1894, Wren George a Koontz Lavale. In Prov. Twp the son of the a Ralph g. Koontz. Roaring a Benjamin and Mary Miller Spring John Koontz re i eve Mcloud i Erett mrs. Kathryn s. Foor. Re i he was married to Lottie Shaf Everett. Benjamin c. Koontz for Mellott on november 20, re 2 Everett. William w. Koontz. 1917, who survives with four Chil re i Hopewell mrs. Nellie Gor dren Benjamin Garfield of lock such Lorraine Ohio mrs. Jenny Haven mrs. Cleo Sentz Littles o Neal Star route Everett and town Nelson e., Gettysburg re i mrs. Bertha Perrin Cumberland and Lorraine Mellott of Littles-1 my. She is also survived by 21 town. Also surviving Are six grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren and five great grandchildren. One son Simon Koontz and a daughter Susie preceded her in death. Mrs. Koontz was affiliated with the Rock Hill Christian Church. Surving Are three sons Richard i go an c�?~re�?~1h and Nelson both of Cumberland. I was a member of the Littles and Denton of Bedford Valley re town methodist Church. 3 a daughter mrs. Fannie Chaney Cumberland re 4 three Brothers Harry Jordan. John Jordan and Winter Jordan All of Hillsboro a sister mrs. Mary Donald r. Ford Donald r Ford 20. Everett re i died tuesday september to. Melony Baer or. And mrs. Terra Corn Elius Melony Baer to month old Hall Hillsboro eight grand-1 jy68. He was born May 12. 1948 daughter of Henry and Sarah children and five great grandchildren. Lois Jane Imgrund Bedford county court House news Roundup real estate transfers wife husband Al others Dale Felton a1, to Robert v. Holton ux., deed in St. Clair twp. Cons. $16,000. Shirley t. Dively ux., to James h. Buckey ux., deed in St. Clair twp. Cons $20,000. Alfred Kline ux., to Charles Cicala a1, deed in Southampton twp. Cons. $9,000. Robert Vislosky ux., to Joseph Imgrund. Deed in Bedford twp. Cons. $3,250. Hazel a. Morse vr., to Frank d. Of Rourke ux., deed in Prov. Twp. Cons. $1,000. Phares n. Risser a a a p. N. Risser by Anc. Execs to Lois Jean Plummer deed in Bedford i twp. Cons. $1,280. Ira b. Clingerman ux., to Bruce Mark Van Wryk. Deed in Mann twp. Cons. $20,000. E. Ross Corley a k a Elmer r. Corley by exec to Ida Wag i Ner. Deed in Hyndman Bor. Cons i$5,500. Blanche z. Button by exec to James Resconsin us. Deed in Rainsburg Bor. Cons. $16,500. Eugene s. Beegle ux., to James r. Hunt deed in Rainsburg Bor. $16,500. Hershall c. Way ux., to George Henderson ux., deed in w. Prov. Twp. Cons. $3,500. Frederick Lewis Stein by Admi. . To Reggie h. Wilhelm ux., deed in Londonderry twp. Cons. $1,000. Kenneth Burket. Us. To Donald Waltz ux., deed in Liberty twp. Cons. $1,000. Phares n. Risser aka p. N. Risser by Anc. Execs to Robert b. Risser ux., deed in Bedford twp. Cons. $6,000. Richard Clark ux., to Phares n. Risser aka p. N. Risser by Anc. Execs deed in Bedford twp. Cons. $1,500. Michael Means ux., to Everett miss Janice Little of Bedford 1 g. Henderson ux., deed in Mon was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids Roe twp. Cons. $9,500. Were miss Kathie manges and Philip g. Ott to Clarence Bee miss Lynn Shipley both of bed Gle ux., deed in Colerain twp. Ford. The attendants were attired cons. $32,000. In full length gowns of yellow Frank a. Bedois. Us. To Vincent in Bedford Patti g. Mcgill wed to Luther Peterson miss Judith Smouse daughter i orchids. Of or. And mrs. Paul r. Smouse of re i Bedford was United in a a. A to Terra o. Cornelius in Bedford a son of Paul and Rose Baer of Manns Choice re son 0f a or Anco a is �0r. Ethel Hall Ford Everett re i. I died september 12. 1968 in pied-1nejjus of West Palm Beach surviving in addition to his lord county memorial Hosp Tai. Florida on saturday. July 20 at ends and his two Brothers David \ was born november i 1967 in two in Jie Trinity Luth crepe and carried bouquets of Lubrano ux., deed p. And Daniel g. Ford at Home South Dakota. Cran Church. Yellow and White daisies. Twp. Cons. $3,500. Lois Jane Imgrund 37, re i maternal grandmother mrs. Glen-1 she is survived by her parents officiating at the double ring Dwight Duncan of Lake Worth. Jean Rudloff now Jean Hunt Bedford died after a Brief illness in c. Hall re Hopewell and his and these two Brothers and one ceremony was Rev. Richard l. Fla. Was Best Man. Ushers were vr., to Gerald Mccannon ux., wednesday september la 1968, paternal Grandfather David r. Sister Randy Terry and Bonney. Tome. The Church was decorated Rodney cober and Jeff Beegle deed in Bedford twp. Cons. At the Jefferson medical Center i Ford re i Everett. All at Home. Also surviving Are with White Gladioli and carnations both of Bedford. $15,000. Philadelphia. She was born in he was graduated from Bedford her maternal grandparents or. Organist Gloria Feather played the Mother of the Bride wore Roy Creps. Ux., to Jack d. Johnstown March 15, 1931. A High school and attended Penn and mrs. Stanley Bowser. New the traditional wedding marches a Green silk dress with Black Weyant. Ux., deed in Snake Spring daughter of Russell w. And Helen state University. He was twice a Paris re. And paternal grand Kay Defibaugh Sang a to perfect Blair Mcintyre. On april 16. Winner in Bedford county f f a. I parents or. And mrs. Richard love a and a walk hand in hand a. Mrs. Patti Peterson Croft photo a University of Wisconsin. The bridegroom received a a degree in 1961 from Luther College Yale University divinity school Rockefeller fellow in 196.-62. In 1965 he received his is degree from the University t f Wisconsin and is completing dissertation for . The couple has accepted one year teaching appointments at Schiller College Kleininger sheim. Germany. In addition to teaching the Bride will be Dean of women at the College. The couple will reside at Schiller College Kleininger sheim. 1955 she married Francis i speech contest. He was scheduled Baer Fairhope re i. Imgrund of Bedford who sur to enter tile armed forces ivies a Ong with her father of september 25 in . Branch. He was a member of Trinity i Johnstown and these eight child re Kevin m., Carol a., Gregory j., Maura j., Matthew a. Bridget of Kristopher a., and Bernadette a Imgrund. All at Home three Sisters mrs. Wayne Rummel. Johnstown sister Jean Louise. Ford City Barbara Mcintyre of Philadelphia and one step sister Marian Mcintyre of Johnstown. She had lived in Bedford county for Over 12 years and had previously been employed by the Pennsylvania electric co., Johnstown. She was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church. Catholic daughters Ai America and Bedford Grange 619. Johnson Deneen Given in marriage by her father and Mother the Bride wore a Blanche Hixson Patent accessories. She wore a twp. Cons. $1,200. Corsage of White carnations. Following a reception in the Church social room the couple floor length gown of crepe. The i went on a Short wedding trip. A line gown featured a jewel the Bride is p. 1967 graduate of Naomi Frazee Berlin neckline with bodice and Bell Bedford High school and is a Stu-1 a Ron r rare not Ahlm Bank sleeves of Chantilly lace. A panel Dent in the Laboratory of Bedford re Auw Carolyn a. Allison applications to wed John l. Slotter Sellersville and James Russell Mowry . Mrs. Freda a. Smith a James Russell Mowry Hynd Temas six step children Archie Man formerly of Buffalo Mills re w. Hixson. New Galilee. A. I died in the Cumberland Foster c. Hixson. Everett o. Verona i Hospital Friday. September i non Hixson. Windber mrs. Ruth United Church of Christ. An i Johnson Elwood Deneen. 93 Hyndman died Friday september attached Quot to Quot a the Back of the i county memorial a Hospital. The 13, 1968 in Bedford county gown with a dior Bow. Her Elbow bridegroom is a 1967 graduate of an 0 Jovial Hospital. He was born May a Engle illusion veil was held by Bedford High school and is serv mrs. M. Blanche Crawford Hix 28, 1875 in Warfordsburg. A. A a Bow of White crepes a carried nig with the . Navy in Bab son i 5, Art Etnas died sunday son of the late Joseph and Sarah bouquet of White daisies and Bridge. Maryland. September to 1968 in the Bedford i Crawford Deneen. A county memorial Hospital she fees survived by he wife Enen was Boin Rotter la. 1,1 Barbara Emerick Deneen whom Mann twp the daughter of the i of married in and these late Simon and Eliza insure a Clingerman. She was first to w. Scott Crawford who mrs. Ada Semenck South Moun died october 9. 1937. Then married Tom a. Mrs. I red Campbell to i a / of n 4"7 to William f Hixson who died a a Jjo i o to Ltd by a i Koontz november 2 1963 Hyndman Melvin and Clyde both a w i Iii a w a in in a we a a a a surviving Are three daughters 0 Cairnbrook pa., Raymond and mrs. Thelma l. Shipley. Artemas Ivan of Hooversville. 36 grand mrs Myrtle i Northcraft Lions children. 99 great great grandchildren and 16 great great grand Chu dren also survive. Sandra Lee Clark wed he was a member of Grace United methodist Church and a retired Coal Miner. Memorial Hospital notes there were 56 patients and 5 births babies in the Hospital wednesday discharges Virgil Carpenter Hyndman Bernard Fickes Osterburg Michael Mowry Bedford James Logeston Hyndman Karen Hauck Manns Choice mrs. Colleen Shortier and son Bedford a son to or. And mrs. Thomas Smyers Everett. There were 52 patients and 7 babies in the Hospital thursday discharges Bertha Drenning Bedford Mary Feight. Manns Choice Rodney Clark Bedford Pearl Clark. Everett Pauline Bridges Bedford Dora Sparks Bedford births a son to or. And mrs. Gary Baker Bedford. Inquirer classifieds there were 60 patients and 7 babies in the Hospital Friday discharges John knee. Bedford Blanche Mcvicker Bedford Dorothy Shuller Bedford Henry Westcott Cherry Hill . For Sale Millers septic tank clean there were 52 patients and 5 Farmers a we specialize in of. _ expert tractor tire repairs. Service Uka a get expert on the farm if needed. Spew ing a we so anywhere the babies in the Hospital sunday phone 839-2954 or 733-2948. In rap no. Inn s we discharges. Marjorie Anne son Bedford a1 prices on new tires. Tile better tires sales co. Inc., 651 Pitt St. Bedford a. Lx-4-4-tf Recap your worn tires new tire mileage guaranteed. One Day service expert workmanship and materials. Better tires sales co., inc., 651 Pitt St., Bedford. A. __i.x-4-4-tf 365 nights a Yeai Morgan Jones insulate Blanket keeps you comfortable. Warm in Winter Cool in summer. Now at maurices Bedford. Lg-9-7-4t service by expert mechanics Drums trued. Cylinders repaired. Guaranteed work. A. State inspection station. Better Brake service. 651 Pitt Auto owners a front end 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 lox-5-5-tf for Sale a spinet piano a wanted responsible party to take Over Low monthly payments on a spinet piano. Can be seen locally. Write credit manager . Box 35, Cortland Ohio. 1x-9-1s to service Start your fall decorating with new upholstery for your living room suite or favorite easy chair. Ludwick furniture offers a wide selection of materials. East Pitt St. 623-6017. 10g-9-9-6t tis Quot want ads time is shortwave your House heating work done today. Call r. E. Shaffer amp son new Paris 839-2162 or 733-2990 Illier 10g-9-9-6t Irene grasses Manns Choice Josephine Clark Everett Francis Corley Schellsburg Lula Fisher. Manns Choice Ruth Harbaugh new Paris Bertram Plummer Everett Mickey Repert Bedford Richard Ritchey Bedford Ira Wentz new Paris Deloris Wright Woodbury mrs. Carol Smyers and son Everett mrs. Dorothy Snyder and daughter new Enterprise John Straub Bedford Meredith Heidler Martinsburg Florence Sarver Berlin Marian Lewis Manns Choice Adaline Howser Bedford mrs. Patricia Bowman and son or. And mrs. John w. Koontz miss Sandra Lee Clark and Erett. John William Koontz were United the bridegroom is a 1964 Grad in marriage july 27�?~ at 2 30 . Uate of Northern Bedford county in the Clear Creek Brethren in High school and Penn state uni 16 bus. Opportunities and son business Opportunity a Man or woman a reliable person from this area to service and collect from automatic dispensers. No experience needed. We establish accounts for you. Car references and $985 to $1785 Cash capital necessary. 4 to 12 hours weekly nets excellent monthly income. Full time More. For local interview write Eagle industries. 4725 Excelsior blvd., St Louis Park Minnesota 55416 16x-9-19-1u mrs. Carol Corbett Everett Eugene divers Bedford births a son to or. And mrs. James Long. Everett a daughter to or. And mrs. Edward Mills Everett there were 56 patients and 2 babies in the Hospital tuesday discharges Donald Smith Bedford Alice Potts Bedford Bertha Smith Bedford Perry c. Wilson Bedford Ona Bruner Buffalo Mills mrs. Phyllis Mills and daughter Everett mrs. Martha Long and son Everett Christ Church with Rev. Harry l. Ritchey officiating at the double ring ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Russell Clark. Everett. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Hugh w. Koontz Woodbury. The Church was decorated with baskets of Pink and White pompous and a Large open Bible with a Long stemmed Pink Rose across it. Organist Victor Riley accompanied soloist Richard Riley cousins of the Bride As he Sang i believe May you go with god and the lords prayer. Miss Alice Ritchey of Erie aunt of the Bride served As maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were Sydney Clark Everett sister of the Bride Wanda Schetrompf Everett and Judy Lutz Everett. Gerry Kepple of Loysburg was Best Man. Ushers were Homer Musselman and Lee Royer both of new Enterprise and Ronald Lutz Everett. A reception followed the ceremony in the masonic Temple. The Bride is a 1964 graduate of Everett High school and Pruonto a hair design Institute Altoona and has been employed at Rose Schetrompf s Beauty shop eve Alum Bank re. James a. Hunt Cumberland and Eileen f. Donahoe Flintstone re 2. My. Arthur Mos Hoker Everett and Delores a. Mcconnathy Everett. Miss Patti Grace Mcgill and Luther David Peterson were United in marriage at a 7 30 . Candlelight ceremony August 31 in the Trinity lutheran Church Bedford with Rev. Richard Tome officiating at the double ring ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Earl f. Mcgill Cumberland Road Bedford. Parents of the bridegroom Are or. And mrs. Hamlet Peterson Decorah Iowa the Church was decorated with White Gladioli and White snap dragons. Dennis Drescher m.m., organist played c. Franck 1st Organ chorale S. Bach prelude for nun Freud Euch prelude i and fugue in a major prelude and fugue in c major the Congre-1 m gation joined in singing a with a acc Amann Joyful heart your praises bring Quot la u mi1ici Iva Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a White or Ganza gown with venetian lace and a Chapel train and tulle dior veil. Miss Barbara Koval Pittsburgh was maid of Honor. Mrs. Vicki Serwin Wyman of new York served As bridesmaid. Attendants wore Marigold floor length gowns with Matching trains and dior Bow headpieces. They carried bouquets of carnations and tails Man roses. The brides Mother wore a Blue raw silk and Nottingham lace.,.dress coat ensemble Vedith match he a sup it or to Nee de ,0,k up no intr accessories. The Mother it the ? a at plane Fly ring daily pm bridegroom wore a Gold and beige blessed event or. And mrs. John Anulies announce the birth of a son Brian Etic born in Lawrence memorial Hospital new London Conn. He weighed 8 lbs. 13 Ops. Mrs. Anulies is the former Sharon Ann Lough daughter of or. And mrs. George a. Lough Bedford re 3. Terry w. Logsden or Gulf of Tonkin America Cva-661 at sea a Seaman Terry w. Logsden. Us 20. Son of or. And mrs. It it w. Logsdon of route one. Hyndman is serving aboard the attack aircraft Carrier America in the Gulf of Tonkin off the coast of North Vietnam. Crew members of the a Arrier. In its first combat cruise to the Western Pacific Are providing two piece dress suit ensemble with Matching accessories. Both wrote corsages of White rosebuds. Following a reception at White Bat missions against the enemy in recent action America pilots accounted for More than 33 trucks destroyed. The pilots have concentrated on truck Parks fuel Sulphur Springs the couple went stage areas and Inland Supply on a wedding Trio through Southeastern Pennsylvania. The Bride is a 1965 graduate of routes. They have also damaged or destroyed three Bridges rendered impassable Section Penn state with a a degree and a to in Highway used for Supply Wras graduated from the univer-1tra a Quot sity of Wisconsin this year with an a degree. She presently is working for a doctor s degree. She had been employed at the the Carrier s pilots have a1 struck River traffic on the rivet and canals of North Vietnam. Linda c. Womer engaged to wed Robert Davis or. And mrs. Howard Womer of 665 Highland ave. Announce miss Mary Hope Darnielle i Patrick a Academy Washington the engagement of their Daugh daughter of mrs. Mary Louise . And is employed at the ter Linda Carol to spec. 5 Wil Darnielle and the late robert1 Bureau of accounts Treasury Ham Robert Davis son of or. Devon Burkett to Washington wed girl department Washington . And mrs. William h. Davis of the bridegroom is a 1962 Grad Linier uate of Chestnut Ridge High miss Womer was graduated school. He attended Southeast from Johnstown High school in Choice in an afternoon Cere Jem University and sprayers the class of 1967. She to attend Mony. Business College in Washington my Indiana University of Penn officiating at the double ring do. He is employed in the Fly Sylvania. Darnielle of Washington ., became the Bride of Devon o. Burkett son of or. And mrs. Orville g. Burkett of Manns ceremony held in the St. Thomas Church Washington ., new Enterprise couple observes anniversary varsity Altoona Campus. He is employed by american Bridge co. The couple will reside Ait 153 Victory Lane Leetsdale. Area children part of Maryland water ski show three children from Bedford were participants in the Potomac River water ski Regato held on the Potomac River near Williamsport my. Sunday August 25th, Danette Pensyl 7, Marty to Pensyl 14. And Pamela Pensyl 15, the daughters of or. And mrs. Daniel g. Pensyl of Bedford. Danette skied in costume with Dennis Green age 6 from Thurmont my. They won a $5 prize in the show. Pamela and Marty to along with Gene Green age 13, from Thurmont md., dressed As Mon Kies and Pant mined the record on water skis a fall of the Mon Kies ainu to in the zoom a a and won second prize in the Novelty group Cal accounting in the comp Rol spec. 5 Davis is serving with Ler of the currency under the the army and is stationed at it. Was the Rev. James a. Scott i Treasury department. Detrick my. He is a 1966 Grad the altar Tahle was decorated1 the couple will reside at 3627 uate of Chestnut Ridge Zhigin with Blue daisies and White glad Malibu Circle Falls Church a. Ioli. Mrs. Virginia Mcgown was organist. Tote Bride Given in marriage by her Uncle John Young wore a White floor length gown trimmed with seed pearls and Klencon lace. Her Elbow length veil of White illusion was held by a White Satin circlet trimmed with pearls and lace. She apr i ried a bouquet of White Carna a tons. Mrs. Nancy Ellett Cousin of the Bride served As Matron of Honor. She wore a Blue Empire styled Chiffon gown. She wore a Blue veil held by a Satin to i Sette. Miss Joanne Spiker who served As bridesmaid wore a Pink Empire styled Chiffon gown she wore a Pink veil held by a Satin Rosette. Both attendants carried bouquets of White carnations and daisies to match their gowns. Acting As Best Man was Thomas Burkett of Manns Choice brother of the Bride Groom. Ushers were Carl Smith i of Manns Choice and Kenneth Reitzel Laurel my. The Mother of the Bride wore a Teal Blue lace dress with White accessories. She wore a White comb idiot Orchid. The Mother of the bridegroom wore a Light Blue lace dress with White accessories. She wore a i Pink comb idiot Orchid. Or. And mrs. Carl h. Crawford or. And mrs. Carl h. Crawford of new Enterprise re celebrate following a reception in the eci their 50th wedding Annivera social room of the Church the Ary september 15 with open couple went on a wedding trip to House at their residence from 2 to Atlantic City . 6 pm. Albert Eyler in Johns reformed parsonage Bedford september 18. 1919. Mrs. Crawford is the former Nellie Diehl. They Are the parents of 13 children eight living. There Are 27 grandchildren the Bride is a graduate of St. They were married by Rev. J. I Ai d three great grandchildren

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