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September 12, 1950

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• 'f: PAGB TON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 153ft Correspondence PORT MATILDA By Sarah Wiser Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holden at Orbisonia last week. Mrs. Amy Ayoodring, Washington, D. C., is visfting her son Charles and family at State College. They are former residents of Port Matilda. Mrs. J. S. Williams has been Informed that her grandson, Ronald Meyer, of Riverton, N. J., has been wounded in Korea and is in a hospital in Japan. He is the son of Harjel Williams Meyer. He has been in service for two years. Glen Harpster, son of Mrs. Sarah Harpster, has been wounded in the Korean fighting and is hospitalized in Japan, The Presbyterian church held its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Nellie Morgan, Friday evening. The meeting was in charge of Effie Auman, the president. Mrs. Marion Stewart was the leader of the devotions. Members present, participating in group singing, included Mary K. Pringle, Ethel Henry, Grace Williams, Mae Ross, Roxie Sanderson, Mrs. Ben Nicodemus, Mrs. Ira Lane, Mrs. O. E. Henritzy, Sarah Harpster. •Mr. and Mrs, Paul Shoenfelt and children, of Turtle Creek, visited Mrs. Shoenfelt's mother, Mrs. Edgar Williams and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Williams and son last week. Their daughter, who had spent a month's vacation here, returned home. Mrs. James Williams and son were called to Philipsburg where Mrs. Williams' brother is ill. Her brother's wife is a patient in Benson Sanatorium where their newly born baby died recently. BALD EAGLE AMMUNITION GOES TO THE FRONT ON THE BACK FEMALE COMPLAINTS Are you troubled by dJ«tr»w of female functional periodic disturbances? DOCB this make you cutler from pain, feel so nervous, tired— at such times? Then DO try Lydla E. Plnkham'e Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Plnkham'a has a grand soothing effect on one of teaman's most important organsr By Mrs. Chancy Reese The Bald Eagle Grange will elect officers at a meeting tonight. The Kite's Daughter's Bible Class met last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Christ Sharer. Members completed plans to serve a chicken dinner for Mrs. Stine's Sunday School class of the First Presbyterian church, Tyrone, Thursday. The penny-a-meal bags were collected and it was decided to continue this project for three more months. Others present were Mrs. Mont Crawford, Mrs. Lucy Giles, Mrs. Elizabeth Woomer, Mrs. Neva Hollabaugh, Mrs. Gertrude Woomer , Mrs. Sue Nearhoof, Mrs. Orpha Friday', Mrs. Bertha Hunter, Mrs. Flo Kilmartin, Hattie Snyder, Ivy Gulich, Alma Gulich, Mrs. Margaret Reese. Mrs. Mary Alice Beamer is recuperating at her home after an operation at the Philipsburg State Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Beamer, Akron, Ohio, attended the Bald Eagle day celebration Sept, 2. Mrs. Beamer will remain with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beamer for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Chaney Reese, Christ Sharer, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lehner, Samuel Friday, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Friday and their children, spent Wednesday at the Grange fair, Centre Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conrad and their children, Fred, Jr., and Jane, and Miss Julia Conrad spent Labor Day at Lakemont park. Mrs. Melvin Lewis and "her daughter, Faye, returned home Sept. 4 after spending the weekend with Mrs. Lewis' son, Melvin, who is stationed at Norfolk, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Geist and their children, Linda and Betty, returned recently from a two-week tour of the New England states and Canada. Mr. and Mrs - Milford Buterbaugh and their children, Bonnie and Gary, attended the Buterbaugh reunion at Hillsdale over the Labor Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lehman, Sunbury, n<:f«htly visited Mr. Lehmom's brother and 'sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lehman. The Rev. 'and Mrs.. Mont Crawford spent last Tuesday with their eon and his family at Altoona. THE MUCH-STRAFED North Koreans aren't the only ones who find it difficult to move up mipplies, this ph6to Indicates as South Korean volunteers carry ammunition over rocky, water-cut terrain to American Infantry unita west of Masan. Masan is on Korea's south coast. U. S. Army photo (International aoundphoto). BEULAH Mrs. Frank ElHng Dorothy Clancy, Registered nurse at ChiUicothe, Ohio, is visiting at the home of her parents. Arthur White, Cleveland, visited for several days with Mil!, and Mrs. James Taylor. Mrs. White, who has beeri vacationing at the Taylor home, returned to Cleveland with him. Mi|. and Mrs. Allen Dore, Buffalo, were difiner gtiests ftt the Taylor home recently. Mr arid Mrs. John Bacher and farriily and Francis Lcoper were callers in Phllipsfcurg Friday. •' .Mrs. HeTjnan Miller returned home Sunday after having spent some time vHth her son, Russell, and family at Johnstonm. Russell is fticdrporal In the 28th Infantry Division and was' inducted into Federal service under orders to report at Camp Atterbwp,. Indiana, Sept. 15 for training. Jack a*egbry ; ^etfme'd: to his home at Charleston, W. Va., after having spent several weeks with his sister, Mrs. Robert D. Jones. Mhrinn JFbrnadly h^s returned to her home after having spent the .summer with relatives in Philadelphia and Atlantic City. School pupils in the beginners class from BeUlah this year are Ca thy Bacher, Virginia Miller, Vivian Jerndt, Tommy Forhadley and Tommy filling. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Chalmer, Detroit, visited her motheiv Mrs. Johanna Hensel, this week. James and Johanna Hensel, De- rolt, Mr. and Mrs. John Belis and children of (Baden, were here to attend the funeral of their grand- ather, Louis Sarzio, this week. Mr,, and Mrs. Frank Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Al Conroy, Cleveland', and Mr. and Mrs. David Steve and fam- ly» Ebensburg, spent (Labor .Day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Steve. Andrew Hensel, 'Detroit, Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Johanna Hensel. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Stuller and son, Jerry, Buffalo, spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elling and family. Sunday guests at the, Elling home \ifere Mr. and Mrs. ^ink Elling, Sr,, and Sandra and Linda Striaw, Mahaffey. Bill Shrock, Ed Johnson anxS his fiancee of Kittanlng, visited hero Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Jr., and family, Altoona, Mrs. John Richardson and son *Timmy, Smoke Run, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lance Miller this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rosenberry and family, of Shipperisburg, and Ma., and Mrs. Robert Abernathy, Houtzddae,- visited Mr. and Mrs Chester Oraffius and family Sunday. Florence ShultTi, Mahaffey, visited at the Elling home Tuesday. ATTENTION TYRONE HORSEMEN SPECIAL MEETING TUES.. SEPT. 12,1950,8 P. 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