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PAGE TWO THE NEWS- COMET, EAST BERLIN, PA., JULY 7, 1933. NEWS-COMET K»»t Berlin York Springs Owe D»)lar Per Year Pofcliried every Fridny by New Oxford Item Company. Prccident Herbert L. Grimm Secretary John 0. Keith Trcuor«r Hcury J. Smith ttterau--$1.00 per annum in advance-11.50 if not paid within the year. No ·ubcriptiqn* discontinued unless at the option of the publisher until all arrearages are paid, failure to order a discontinuance at the expiration of time paid for will be considered a new en- ·ttement. Terms to out-of-county sub- ecnbedg--$1.50 per annum in advance, or S2.00 if not paid within the year. Entered at the Postoffiee at East Berlin | *c second class mail matter on May 12, 1693. KARL, WAGNER - Editor York Springs News Events (Continued from First Page) tA Harrisburg, via Dillsburg. Also a one way trop to Gettysburg seven times per week. The contract price ·was $3,494.99. Mr. Pair's son, Russell, has charge of the Harnsburg end and Robert Fair the York Springs and Dillsburg- service. Attorney and Mrs. William F. Dill of Barnsboro, visited friends here yesterday. They were enroute home from a motor trip to Philadelphia. Edgar Gardner and three sisters, the Misses Lulu. Mary and Naomi Gardner, of Philadelphia, visited friends in York Springs on the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pearson. York Springs, announced the engagement of their niece, Alargaret Helen H O R S E S at all times Let Us Know Your Wants H. B. TROSTLE HANOVER, PA. Gulp, York Springs, to Ivan Cletus Taylor, Bendersville, at a birthday party at the Pearson home, Monday evening. Baseball and horse races provided entertainment for a large crowd at Gricst park, York Springs, Tuesday afternoon. Eddio Direct, owned by Harry Eyler, won the free-for- all race and Anna Worth, owned by Crawford, Taneytown, won the 2:16 trot. A Baltimore youth was slightly injured in a running race when thrown from his mount. The lad was taken to the office of Dr. R. H. Nebinger for treatment. A motorcycle daredevil thrilled the crowd with stunts, and members of the 104th cavalry, Carlisle, gave an exhibition of fancy riding. A Carlisle orchestra furnished music. N. R. Criswell, local baker, attended the State Bakers' association meeting at Hershey, Wednesday. Miss Mae Gochenour, superintendent of the Delaware hospital at Wilmington, Delaware, is spending several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Charles Gartman. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Gardner entertained over the week-end Miss Loraine Suckling and Murray Shelley. Hollidaysburg; Howard Suckling, Camden, New Jersey; Miss Pauline Gardner, Harrisburg, and Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Miller, Hanover. Guests at the homee of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pearson and Miss Margaret Gulp over July 4 were: Miss lone Romberger and Harold Artz, Elizabethville; Miss Virginia Kirchner, Thurmont, Maryland; Miss Alire Cashman, York; Miss Florence Musselman, Fairfield; Robert York Springs, and Ivan Taylor, garet Gulp, Gettysburg; Miss Sara Stough and Miss Nellie Deatrick, York Springs, and Ifan Taylor, Benders ville. Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips, York Springs, announce the birth of a daughter on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Baird Hershey and daughter, Phyllis, Camp Hill, are spending several days 'at Hill Spring's farm. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark and daughter, Delia Lee, of Washington, D. C., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Cowan. J. B. Eby has purchased a home near Round Hill on the Caiiisle- Hanover road, three miles form York Springs, from the Thomas heirs at private terms. Mr. and Mrs. Eby will move this week to their new home. Mrs. Mary Cleaver and Mrs. Lily Kessler returned home Saturday from a two weeks' visit at York. Mrs. Dora Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Grantas Hoopert, Mrs. George Smith and son, George, spent two days with relatives at Hazleton. Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Starry, daughters, Arlene, Olive and Katherine, and Mrs. Charles I .Bushey, York Springs, left Thursday morning for Chicago to visit Mrs. Bushey's daughter, Alberta. They will also visit the world's fair. BUY FLOUR Now Before the Tax Goes On 24-Ib Sack Home FJour 70c 24-lb Sack Pillsbury Flour 85c Dentler's Store BIGLERVILLE, PA. Now is the time to build, repair and paint for permanence. Klugh Lumber Company Telephone 36-R-2 Dillsburg, Penna. Ladies' White HATS TAMS and TURBANS Mrs. M. C. Altland Over the Hardware Store DILLSBURG, PA. DR. M. T. DILL, Dentist BIGLERVILLE will be at York Springs every Wednesday afternoon. Appointment by phone. Notice Our Store Will Be CLOSED EVERY WEDNESDAY Afternoon Starting July 12 and Continuing until Sept. 1 W. W. NEELY York Springs, Pa. HERE AND THERE In the yard at the liome of Nancy Weaver and Emma Wehler, Main street, East Berlin, there are two Momosa trees, the fragrance of the blossoms of which perfume the entire neighborhood. The one tree is twenty-five fefet high, with a limb spread of thirty feet, and the other is eighteen feet high, with a limb spread of twenty feet. Don't forget the Meet-Wing outing at Forest park, Hanover, Saturday, to be conducted by the Aero Oil company. Get your tickets at Fleet-Wing dealers. The second compulsory motor vehicle inspection period of 1933 began Saturday. Every Hennsylva- nia registered car, truck and bus must have its safety equipment inspected and approved by an official inspection station before the end of September. After September 30, an uninspected motor vehicles will be barred from the state highways until the owners have complied with the laws. The restaurant which was re- oently built at Green Springs by Gr. C. Chronister, New Oxford R. D., is now oppn for business. It will operate under the name of "Tall Elm." The Veterans of Foreign Wars, of Hanover, will hold a meeting this Thursday evening in the veterans home to decide whether the state convention of 1934 will be held in Hanover next June. New Lower Prices NOW IN EFFECT Make It More Worth While To Use Devoe Paints Devoe Paints Cost Less -- Last Longer -- Go Farther We Carry a Complete Line in Stock At All Times Adams County Distributor H. T. MAKING BALTIMORE ST. GETTYSBURG, PA. Breaks Neck In Fall From Tree Russell Weaner. 38- of Aspers, suffered a broken neck in a fajl from a ladder while picking cherries at the farm of his father, W. C. Weaner, two miles from Benders- vine, Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. How the accident happened, members of the W. C. Weaner family were unable to say, although it is believed the man was near the top of the 20-foot ladder he was using wi,°n he fell. Weaner was alone at tht time. The injured man was taken to the office of a Gettysburg physician, Tuesday evening, who advised him to come in to the Warner hospital Wednesday morning if he felt no better over night. Weaner suffered intense pain in the neck during the night, and Wednesday morning, he was admitted to the Warner hospital where an X-ray picture revealed the fracture. Weaner is married and the father of one child. Dr. Bruce N. Wolff, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Wolff, of Arendte- ville, has completed his interneship at the Harrisburg hospital and will appear before the state medical board for examination about; July 11. After passing the board examination he will be associated with Dr. J. McCrea Dickson in his practice. Y. S. CLASSIFIED CUSTOM THRESHING -- Done with modern Case thresher. Prices reasonable. Your patronage appreciated. J. B. GRIEST, 6-23-tf York Springs, Pa. BIDS WANTED--Sealed bids will be received by the board of school directors of York Springs borough, Adams county, tor ten tons of white ash egg coal and 35 tons run of mine bituminous coal, delivered to houses. Bids to be in secretary's hands by July 8, 1933. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. vE. S. GtttSE, Secretary, 2t York Springs, Pa. WANTED--1,000 bushels of barley. Call Biglerville 4R2. Biglerville Warehouse. DILLSBURG NOTICE--The school directors of Huntington township have ordeerd a ten per cent cut in the teachers' salaries for the coming year. It Binder Twine McCormick-Deering Repairs Bean Beetle Dust, Blue Stone, Evergreen and Red Arrow SPRAYERS and Repairs M. C. Altland Dependable Hardware Dillsburg, Pa. THE LEADER IN FOUR OF LAST SIX YF,ARS leads again In The First Four Months of 1933 January. February, March and April National Passenger Car Registrations. (R. L. Polk Figures) CHEVROLET 122,722 FORD ,,..,.,,..,,,.,... 65,178 PLYMOUTH , , . , . . . 45,146 ESSEX 6 ,,,.,,,,..... 5,285 ROCKNE, I t T 5,093 WILLYS 4 ..... . , . . . . . . . . 1,551 CONTINENTAL ,,.. 284 Now Is The Time To Buy A New Chevrolet F. O. B. Prices as Low as $445 Warren Chevrolet Sales Y«rk St., GETTYSBURG ARENDTSVILLE PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday Evening, July 8 At the Latimore Valley Fair Grounds Midway between Dillsburg and York Springs Close to Worley's Nursery All Kinds of Fruits and Vegetables Potatoes, Cabbage, Bananas, Oranges A Full Line of Goods, the Candy Man will be Here with a TRUCK LOAD OF CANDY Canned goods of all kinds; the cheese and bologna man, the Kisler Meat Market with good fresh meats. Furniture of All Kinds Dishes, cooking utensils; Dry Goods, Watermelons and Cantaloupes. A lot of goods not mentioned. Come out by and save money. Sale at 7:30 P. M. BRUCE WAGNER Plenty of Music. » Harbold, Prowel and Westhafer, Aucts. Old-Time Square Dance Every Thursday Night W. H. Lerew is building a garage. 26 by 30 feet, on the site where his garage was destroyed by fire, some time ago. Samuel Miller, Dillsburg R. D., is the contractor. Mrs. William L. Crawford attended the wedding of her cousin, James Neely Rohr to Miss Ruth E. Van Zandt, at St. Andrews Methodist. Episcopal church, Philadelphia, June 17. i The Rev. M. Hadwin Fisher, D. D., of Gettysburg Lutheran theological seminary, was the speaker at the mid-week union service, Wednesday evening, in the Lutheran church. The Dillsburg Lions club met Wednesday evening, this being the first meeting of the new year. Boyd Basom was installed as prsident. Mearl Lerew is making extensive improvements on the farm, that he recently purchased, near Franklintown. J. Robert McClure assumed his duties as local postmaster Saturday morning, receiving word to do so by telegram Friday evening. Mr. McClure succeeds C. E. Cook, who had been postmaster here for nine years. John A. Goudy has been appointed assistant postmaster to Mr. McClure. The Hon. John W. Lang and Miss Celia Alexander, of Hudson county, N. J., were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Noble, at "The Spruces." Mr. Lang is a prominent politician of Jersey City. " The Dorcas class of Calvary United Brethren Sunday school held a meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Joseph Myers. Plans were made for the annual picinc to be held at Williams Grove, July 13. George Hopple, Dillsburg R. D., was admitted to the Carlisle hospital, Monday, suffering from an infected kne,e, which resulted from a bruise while working at his trade of carpenter at Mt. Holly Springs. Mrs. B. B. Eberly was called to the bedside of her nephew, Harold Konhaus, of Mechamcsburg, Monday. Mr. Konhaus recently accepted a position with an undertaker in Sunbury, and developed a severe throat infection, due to infected tonsils. He is a frequent visitor in ;o\vn. The Rev. N. J. Gould Wickey, Ph. D., executive secretary of the board of education of the United Lutheran church, preached in Franklintown United Brethren church Sunday morning and in Dillsburg Lutheran church Sunday evening. Dr. Wickey is a native of ;his community. Wilma Lamper, four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lamper, of Clear Springs ran across the highway in front of a car in sight of her home Tuesday morning and was struck by the vehicle. Owing to the skillfull driving of the car the child was not seriously injured. She suffered several brush burns about the head. The child was taken to the office of Dr. W. L. Crawford, who dressed the. injuries. The child was later sent to her home. The stores of this place will close Wednesday afternoons during the months of July and August, beginning Wednesday, July 12. Dillsburg experienced two severe storms during the past, several days. During Friday's storm, on the farm of John Cromer, Dillsburg R. D., in Franklin township, tenanted by his son, George, the greater portion of ;he barn roof was blown off. Part of the barn roof at the Theodore Detter farm was also torn off by the L. C. PITTENTURF UNDERTAKER YORK SPRINGS, PA. NEW EQUIPMENT Calls Answered Anywhere Day or Night--United Phone Smart Distinction Have your clothes tailor-made and make a better appearance. We also do repairing--You'd be surprised now damaged suits can be fixed up. Thorough cleaning and pressing at reasonable rates Gilbert's Press Shop Dry Cleaning -- Tailoring 52 Chantbersburg St. GETTYSBURG, PA. H. B. BENDER SON Funeral Directors GETTYSBURG, PA. For Used Furniture Chas. S. Mumper GETTYSBURG, PA. COAL Direct from the Mines Have your bins filled with the famous Lykens Valley soft anthracite or Oak Hill hard anthracite coal. Prices are right Correct weight Paul Lehman Phone 2-R-4 York Springs, Pa. C.R.GOOD of Gettysburg For COUNTY TREASURER Subject to the Democratic Primary September 19th Your Vote and Influence Respectfully Solicited SHOES and UNDERWEAR For Men, Boys, Women, Girls Children Men's Work and Dress Straw Hats, Extra Pants, Overalls, Shirts, for dress and work Cotton Goods Are Bound to Advance Buy Now While the Price is Low Floor Coverings, Rugs, Congoleum and others, Linoleum, Window Blinds. KAPP SEIBERT Dillsburg, Pa. Coal Prices Will Advance After July 15 Place Your Order Now Terms Strictly Cash ANTHRACITTE ' BITUMINOUS TCoccr . . . $7.75 _, -.-, at* nc: 014 CT IK. Screened Egg . . . . 90.^0 Stove ^ . o Nut $7.75 Screened Lump . . . §5.90 Buckwheat . " . ' . " . - - $5*.50 Run of the Mine . . . ?5.25 Orders of 4 Tons or More 15c Per Ton Less Come and Examine Our Coal Phone 16-R-3 ROY SPEALMAN YORK SPRINGS, PA. GOOD NEWS The Dillsburg Theatre will be open for operation Saturday, July 15th, running two shows a week--Wednesday and Saturday nights. New Sound Equipment Has Been Installed And First Class Pictures Will Be Shown Watch these columns for further announcements Wrecked Austomobile MADE LIKE NEW Most Modern AUTO TOP and BODY SHOP In Gettysburg Duco Painting Auto Tops Repaired Commerical Pleasure Bodies Repaired Seat Covers Glass Installed -»- * » Work Guaranteed Satisfactory Telephone 118--We Call for and Deliver · RHankle Auto Body Works wind, and a number of trees were uprooted there. At the William Gerber farm, the silo was demolished, the barn partly unroofed, two chicken houses razed from their foundaton and carried a distance away. Here, also, thirteen locust trees were uprooted. Seventy-five chickens were killed in the crushing of the coops. The barn on the property of Sylvan Gerber, Warrington township, was also partly removed by the wind. In Sunday's storm, awnings were torn from the J. Gray Jones grocery store. The awning's frame was blown against the large show window, breaking it into many pieces. Several hundred trees were broken down and uprooted on the farms of Willie Wiley, John Leer, Robert Peterman and Elmer Peterman. On the W. H. Lerew farm, tenanted by his son, Frank, an oak tree measuring three feet in trunk diameter, standing near the building, was blown down. At the farm tenanted by Charles Chronister, the dwelling house was considerably damaged The apple orchard of G. P. Elme was virtually destroyed by the gale. The large trees and shrubbery at the Presbyterian manse, the R. S. Clark, . E. Hartman and Coover proper- ies suffered greatly. Robert Moorehead has been ill at his residence, Dillsburg. Eberly's Mills went down to a 6 to 2 defeat at the hands of Dillsburg Thursday evening before a large crowd. Mummert, with three hits, 'eatured for the home club and K. Hoskins for the visitors. INSURANCE Automobile, Life, Health, Accident, Bonding, Fire, Theft, Storm, Compensation. Write or Phone G. Roy Coulson Phone 73-R-3 , DILLSBURG, PA. 348 YORK STREET GETTYSBURG, PA. Bruce S. Klugh Funeral Director Furniture Store Picture Framing Repairing and Upholstering Phone 24-R-12 DILLSBURG. PA. Many favorable comments have been heard concerning the improved road from the Carlisle pike ;o Dicks'. J.O.Hoffman,M.D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist DILLSBURG, PA. Automobile Repairing We specialize in Automobile Repairing: for the past 20 years-we have the most completely equipped repair shop in Adams County. Electric Welding Quicker--More Economical "Welding- Service either in shop or brought right out to the job. Oxy-Acetylene Welding Blacksmithing Wrecking Service Speedy and Efficient with Power Operated Crane Any Distance^ H. H. Machine Shop 125 S. Washington St. GETTYSBURG, PA. A N N O U N C E M E N T .You Are Cordially Invited to Visit Our Newly Remodeled Grocery Market Large Assortment of 'SHELF GOODS, GREEN GROCERIES and FRUITS J. B. WINEMAN SON CENTER SQUARE GETTYSBURG, PA. Member of the Community Pure Food Stores A T T E N T I O N Program At Twin Bridges Park Sunday, July 9 The Hawaiian Tomboys and Excelsior Quartette will give you a splendid entertainment. Come and hear them. Ball Game at 2 P. M. Between Two Good Adams County- Teams COLORED JUBILEE SINGERS will render a program of Southern Melodies an4 other songs from 4 to 6 o'clock--Also again in thejEfvening COME--BRING YOUR FRIENDS NEELY KENNEDY THE BATTLEFIELD HOTEL f H. T. MAKING, OwiKr Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pa. Opposite Jennie Wade House\ Has Been Reopened Under the New Management of C. S. Rodgers Tap Room Private Dining Rooms DeLuxe Dinners at Popular Prices Free Parking Grounds Hotel Remodeled Throughout ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS WITH NEW FURNITURE GAS SERVICE STATION Under the Management of Raymond Stottler YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED