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Oxford Item THE NEW OXFORD ITEM, NEW OXFORD, PA., AUGUST 16 JO Years Affo Uncolnway West, Miller ·linMll en CaitJate street to 1 by th« L. V. Stratoy family i to Hanover. r, near town, will T. «. Warner tenant "on Hanover street , MtoOMn moved to MeSher- i on Toetday from the R. M. n 8. Peters P. Sneely, Unoolnway a second blood to Baltimore, Saturday. Amos Lough. 90, Carlisle has been on the sick list SponseUer. White Hall, who seriously 111. Is improving. _ _ jsan Staub, near town, has ·offering from an attack of Paul Wagner, Lincolnway West, IMS been confined to ted with ton- Gnarle* BDbn has rented the new M.,0. Teller tenant house on Ber- ttK Jtanetton avenue. A swprlet party was held Tuesday evcntag at the none of Daniel OHM. near Kohten, to honor of PtolDJehL The Prlbnsh Garment factory, Abbottstown, will open Monday. n§ Mew Oxford Plre Company olssfiiil HW at then- annual picnic held In Alwine's Grove on Saturday .- _» wwn i Starry, of Five Points, has entered the Warner hospital to and** an operation. iftrttar Bream and family, while tmrattng on the Lincoln highway. aoDday. had their ear sideswlped by a Htw Tork auto. Mr. Breamb ear Trimmer, Five Points, ha* from the Warner hospital sehool directors of Reading township have decided not to re- onW the Round Hill school. Nevln OfMssr resigned as teacher of Biom* school Mis* Mae Thomas las been transferred as teacher MSB the tamer to the Utter school ite Marion Bevenour, Kohler's, Mtttaad to Morganton, N. C, for the tan mfltoery season. . Opsr aw persons attended the BMkt ooning at Waodside school «H Saturday. The following former ·ere present: Mrs. WUr Golden and Mrs. Franklin , York; Miss Margaret How- ·sd. Gettysburg; Mis. Franklin MDktr, Gettysburg R D.; Mis. George SUybaugh, Mew Oxford R. D.; H. O. Deatrick, Hunterstown; Mrs, Chester Bower and Mrs. EUa M. Ehrhart, New Oxford. Born to Mr. and Mrs.-Cstvta Krug, attae hone of Mrs. Brag's parents. Mf. and Mrs. W. C. Herman, Berlin Born to the Rev. and Mrs. Paul I* PouBX Clarksburg, West Virginia, a daughter, Tuesday. Mrs. Foulk was formerly Miss Mary Bower, of IMw Qifuid. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cbron- Mer. Berlin avenue, a daughter. Born to Mr. and Mis. Robert P. MDJer. AbBOttstown. a daughter. Democrats have put up the following ticket for the coming primary: Burgess, A. P. Wagner; eouncHmfn. William Winand. Isaiah WOt, Raymond Baugher; 1 directors. John Duttera. Clalr t: tax collector, Neely Dicks; r. B. E. Cashman; Judge of ·Metiont. Nathaniel Muter, and in- sjisetor. Solomon Haverstick. i have agreed upon the EARL Fit -- Bat. Aug. 17--IS *Sfce Gets Her JwanDarfe, WBuGargan, Lew* Errol at «Ws! s*7:«aai»:tS collector, O. It Haventlek; Inspector. P. m. Sellers: auditor. P. C. Mc- Oaddtn and Daniel Ruff. The family of I. P. Smith held a reunion on Sunday at King's Mill. Wheat, $1.48 per bushel. Claude Wagner has rented the restaurant of George W. Lillich, Ab Mttstown. Miss Helena Roth, 21, McSherrystown, was struck by an auto Thursday. She was not badly In Jured. Miss Cecelia Oaster. 74, McSherrystown. died Monday. Miss Iva Gruninger, 53, Centennial, died Friday. Minnie M. McGuigan, near Get tystaurg, and Mark D. Stock, New Oxford, were mareried August 12, Paul R. Oeisler, York, son of George Geisler, near Abbottstown, and Annie S. Becker, near Hanover, were married Monday. v Florence Moul, Abbottstown, and Charles Arnold, York R. D., were married Saturday. Elizabeth M. Laugerman, Middleburg, and Chester D. Gouker, McSherrystown, were married Saturday. Miss Muriel Eckert, near town, returned home from the York hospital where she underwent a sur- tcal operation. Erwin J. Trelber, Hanover, formerly of New Oxford, a surgical patient, was discharged from the York hospital. L. A. Sponseller, formerly of New Oxford, is undergoing treatment in the Hagerstown hospital. Elizabeth, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kieran Small, Mc- Sherystown, was admitted to the Warner hospital Saturday. following for the coming primary Burgess. A. P. Wagner; council W. D. Hlmes. John O. Myers. John S. Kepner; scbol director, G. M Spsnfter, Jacob Hullck; Judge, John ', W. N. Hullck; tax , 30 Years Ago Jesse C. Sadler, near town, and Elizabeth C. DaVis, York Springs, were married Saturday. Irene Storm, McSherrystown, has gone to Philadelphia, for treatment n a hospital. Mrs. Samuel Shull, Duttera's sta- ion, returned home from the York hospital Mrs. Luther Stambaugh, near "The Pines." returned home from the York hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Alter, of Abbottstown, a daughter. Peter Mffler, 82, near town, fractured two ribs in a falL Thieves stole all the chickens from the farm of George Griffin, near Granite. Dr. H. D. Leh, who has been a Hampton physician for the past four years, sold his practice to Dr. R. D. Swab, of Steelton. Dr. Leh will move o Philadelphia. Martin L. Hoke, 50, near Abbotts- own, died Monday. (Continued on Page 6) Jobby Crouse Is Promoted Aboard the WSW WtsMHstn Somewhere in the Pacific (By Mail)-Bobby L. Crouse, 18, has advanced to seaman, first class, aboard this 52,000-ton battleship, newest hi the fleet. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Hobson Crouse. Baltimore pike, Gettysburg. Crouse worked as a farm hand and a mechanic for his father's used parts business before he enlisted in the navy, January. 1044. He received boot training at Bainbrldge, Md. He Is a member of the communications department. This important unit is responsible for writ- ng 3,000 radio and visual dispatches per month. The messages vary from the state of the weather to the amount of food that the ship requires. Crouse reported aboard in ime to help commission the Wisconsin, April, 1944. Steaming over 70.000 miles while she has been operating hi the Pacific, the Wisconsin formed part of the first carrier task force to enter he South China Seas and bomb French Indo China. Hong Kong. Formosa and later, Tokyo. It also supported the Invasion forces off wo Jima and Okinawa. Crouse graduated from Gettysburg high school after attending Taneytown high school for three years. He wears the following cam- taign ribbons, American Theater. Asiatic-Pacific, with one star, and the Philippine Liberation with one star. P A R S E R B R O S T A T E HANOVER, PA. frL. Sat, Mfea, As*. 17--It-Si The Corn Is Green" Starring Bcttc DAVIS and John DALL 21 Two O'clock Courage" COMWAT RUTHERFORD "Delightfully Dangerous** Starteg Rasp* BELLAMY asd Ctraie MOORE ABBOTTSTOWN Blalne WUdaaln, Abbottstown, was removed from his home to the Hanover General hospital In the Hanover ambulance Monday morn- Ing. Cpl. Edwin H. Myers, Abbottstown R. 1. is with the Second Armored Division in Berlin, which he reports "sure is a mess." Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Cleaver, Sparrows Point. Md., visited Mrs. Cleaver's brother, Dr. T. C. Miller. The Rev. and Mrs. Ivan Rudisill and daughter, Virginia, spent their vacation at the home of Mrs. Rudisill's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moul. The home of the late George Moul In Paradise township was sold at a bid of |3,BSO to Isaac Miller, Hanover. The United Farmers' association held its meeting Wednesday evening in Farmers' Grove. Three directors were elected. They aw W W. Httfer, Paul Moul and O. David Hoke. The Sunshine Bisters' class of St. John's Lutheran Sunday school held ts monthly meeting at the home of Miss June Leib. Prizes were won by Grace Smith, Mrs. Ernest Hoke, Mrs Raymond Lillich, and Mrs David Meckley. Mr. and Mrs. George Diehl, Abbottstown R. D. 1, announced the birth of a son at the Hanover General hospital Thursday. The Abbottstown Fire company leared. $14221.37 on its recent festival. Guy A. F. Hoke has been confined to-bed by illness. William Pinkerton recently received a discharge from the service and is at home with his wife. Mrs Inkerton is the farmer Erlene loover. Ervln Hanune, USMC, who was 1 stationed in Guam, has been spending a leave at the home of his mother, Mrs. Jennie Hamme. E. E. Jacobs sold his 50-acre farm In Paradise township, to Ervln M. Jacobs. The borough oiled the streets and he corners of the square. The Re- ormed church had the space between the church and the highway oiled and chipped. Geraldine Alleman, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Snyder Alleman, Ab- ottetown. has enrolled at Susquehanna university, where she will study music. MaJ. John 8. Hafer, Abbottstown. who had been serving in the ETTO, is now at Port Bragg, N. C. CpL Cloyd V. Sullivan, Abbottstown, en route home from Europe with the "Old Hickory" Division, which broke up Germany's supreme counter-offensive in Normandy, is now being processed at Camp Oklahoma City, an Infantry redeployment center operated by the Assembly Area Command in France. Stanley W. Mann Gets Promotion Stanley W. Mann, of BendersvUle, formerly manager of the Adams Apple Products company, Aspers, was romoted first lieutenant as a result of services in the field in the battle of Bastogne. Lt. Mann entered the service hi June, 1943, and was sent to Fort Lewis, Washington, with a contingent of Adams county boys. He served with the 8th Corps until recently when he was transferred to the 7th Army Headquarters division. He is now stationed at Mannheim, Germany. Lt. Mann is wearing the Bronze Star and a company unit citation, flis outfit was with the troops who landed on D-Day. BARBERS AT PARADISE A group of barbers from this area visited the Paradise Protectory, near Abbottstown, Sunday, and cut the hair of 79 boys. The barbers included Archie Ungg, Raymond and Richard Huff, Augustus Kleffel. Francis Aumen, Anthony Fulco and Kenneth Kinneman, Hanover; Earl Haverstick. Abbottstown: Leon Smith and Clarence Blttinger, New Oxford, and Paul Kaehler and Edward Topper. McSherrystown. *l-62 THE MARKETS Wheat, bushel . Corn (shelled), bushel Oats, bushel -70 Rye. bushel 1-35 Barley, bushel 125 Eggs (white), doz -46 Eggs (brown and mixed), doe. .45 HeaHhtaBy Air NEW PAR Hanover, Pa. S DAYS-- Start* FtL, Aug. 17th DMUU OTOKNOR. Peggy RYAN SB "Patrick The Great" August 21st Jes* PARKER COOKSON "Adventures Of Kitty O Day" RYAN WedU BENDIX BLONDEU. SILVERS fa Don Joan Quillif MARRIAGES (Continued front Page 1) bridegroom is now stationed In the United States. Miller-NeMs __ ^Mlsl^B. Freda Noble, New Oxford, daughter of Harry D. Noble, Hanover, and Pvt. H? James Miller, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth A. Mil ler, Hanover, were married Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the First Lutheran church. New Oxford. The ring ceremony of the Lutheran church was performed by the pastor, the Rev. George E. Shelter, minister of the bride, in the presence of relatives and friends of the couple. The bride was given in marriage by her father She was attended by Mrs. Robert Dickinson, New Oxford, as matron of honor. The bridgroom had as his best man, Lt. Donald Higgins, of the Hahnemann Hospital Medical school, Philadelphia. Charles Livingston, Lancaster, and Richard Smith, New Oxford, served as the ushers. The bride was attired in a blue suit with black accessaries, and had a corsage of yellow rosebuds. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. J. F. Sanders, church organist, presented a recital, and Miss Anna Jane Bollinger sang several solos. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride for the immediate families, after which the newlyweds left on a wedding trip to an unannounced destination. The bridegroom who recently returned to the United States after serving for 37 months in Africa and the European theater of operations, will report to a camp in North Carolina at the conclusion of a thirty-day furlough. Winand-Arthur T. Sgt Dennis Clyde Winand, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Winand, Berwick township, and Agnes Pauline Arthur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Arthur, Hanover, were united in Marriage Sunday night at 8:30 o'clock, at the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Imler, Abbottstown. The single ring ceremony was performed by Justice of .the Peace George W. Baker, Abbottstown. The couple was unattended. T. Sgt. Winand entered the service on December 10, 1941, training with the Army Air Forces at Long Beach, Calif He arrived in Ireland on September 26,1942, and served in North Africa, Sicily and Italy. He arrived back in the States recently and is now on furlough. T Sgt. Winand will report to San Antonio, Tex., late this month. The bride is an em- ploye of the Blaw-Knox company, York. Brady--Hemler Miss Genevieve Hemler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Hemler, Irishtown, and Richard C. Brady, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brady. Edge Grove, were married Saturday morning at 7 o'clock in Conewago chapel, by the Rev. Carl B. Brady, Waynesboro, uncle of the bridegroom. They were attended by Miss Louise Lawrence, Irishtown, and Edward Brady, brother of the bridegroom. Mark Brady, another brother of the bridegroom, served as the usher, and Brother Fidelis and Earl Brady, Jr., also brothers of the bridegroom, served the mass. The bride wore a gown of white lace and embossed marquisette with a sheer veiL She carried a bouquet of red rosebuds and baby's breath. At 10 a. m. At the Majestic Gettysburg. Pa. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY to e*-stanrei ta Thrill ef M .s . ... s , p e « , , -1 A J E S T l C FruSat. Aug.M-- 17-- It Van JOHNSON Esther WILLIAMS "Thrill Of A Romance" Aug. Paul MUNI "Counter-Attack" wmard PARKER LOUISE "The Fighting Guardsman" DwwUiy LAMOUR "A Medal For a wedding breakfast was served at the Hotel Richard McAllister, Hanover, for the Immediate families. A reception was held that evening £ the home of the bride, after which the newlyweds left on · wedding trip to Atlantic City. County Sailor On Leave From Hornet Paul LeRoy Preet. 19, seaman first class, U8NR, McSherrystown, baa returned on leave from a tour of Pacific battle duty aboard the navy's storied aircraft carrier the U8S Hornet, now undergoing typhoon-damage repairs at a west coast naval base. Named particularly after the vessel from which Lt. Gen. James 8. Doolittle launched the first bombing raid on Tokyo, the Hornet has had 14 months of rugged action in the forefront of the drive back to the Japanese capital. No enemy ever succeeded in damaging the ship, but more than 1,400 Japanese planes and some 1,270,000 tons cf Jap shipping bear testimony to the savagery with which she struck throughout her 150,000-mile cruise. Launched in August, 1943, the Hornet--as an integral part of famed Task Force 58--struck the first blow in the liberation of the Philippines; launched the first installment of the full-scale carrier-plane raids on Tokyo: took part in the destruction of the Yamato, 45,000-ton pride of Japan's battle fleet; weathered two typhoons--and rescued an owl. BONNEAUVILLE S. Sgt. John Greiner, who recently returned from Europe, has been spending a 30-day furlough with Mrs. Greiner and son, John, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker. Sgt. Charles Kuhn, who recently returned from Europe, has received an honorable discharge from the army and is now at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Kuhn. Sergeant Kuhn enlisted in August, 1940, and after receiving his training was sent to Greenland and later to Europe where he was assigned to the Fifth Army. GULDENS Mr. and Mrs. Luther Topper, Gettysburg R. 4, announce the birth of a son at the Warner hospital Tuesday morning. Pvt. George C. KUng, Gettysburg R. 4, has arrived at Indiantown for redeployment. PUBLIC SALE Valuable 172-Acre Farm Property TUESDAY. AUGUST 21, 1945 The undersigned will offer at public sale, on above date, his valuable farm of 172 acres, in the limestone valley of Union Township, Adams County, Pa. This farm is hi a high state of cultivation, has an electric water system, good outbuildings, well adapted to any type of farming. I welcome prospective buyers to look over farm and learn for yourself what an opportunity I am offering. Seven acres are hi Ladino clover pasture, 16 acres in newly set alfalfa. 21 acres set to clover and timothy. There are 30 acres of growing timber among which there are many walnut trees. Come to see the farm and learn at first hand about the good road leading to it. Leave Route 116, take Route 01032, bear left until you reach the farm home, west of Brushtown, Pa. Sale to begin at 2:00 o'clock p m. when terms will be made known. J. EMORY HOSTETTER E-4, Hatwver. Pa. S. H. Crawford Son, Aucts. AUCTION FRIDAY EVENING* AUGUST 17 Three miles west of Gettysburg on the Lincoln Highway, telephone 952-R-3. the following items: SO horses, mules, colts and ponies; SO head dairy cattle, steers, bulls. heifers and calves; hogs of all kind; sheep; goats: rabbits: dogs; cats and all kind poultry. Machinery; tools; furniture. Vegetables and fruit, such as tomatoes, beans and corn. If you have anything you want to sell, bring it in and we will get it sold on GEOBGE M. SCOTT Poultry at AB Kto* Eggs--Eggs--Eggs Bentzel's Poultry and Egg House W ma ii · · · i i mm V-Mik w^ . a^BlsvnH^mmasi ·*«* ··*··* ra» S«TJ POISON IVY ROW TO KOX IT _ Kill the otfter skill It peels off and with it goes the ivy infection. Often one application is enough. Get Te-ol solution at any drug ssora. It's powerful. Stops itching qutdtf. Tour »c back UMMTOW If Ml pleased. Today at Root. E. » UM eff ELECTRICAL GUY A. F HOKE ·SCTOOO SEsWICB* PA, EDGEGROVE Born to Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Swope, Hanover R D. 4, at the Hanover General hospital, Saturday, a son. Wm. E. Sheely, Hanover R. 4, received master's degrees in education at Penn State college summer sessions commencement. Donald H. Klunk, 19, aviation radioman, third class, USN, Hanover R D. 4, has returned on leave McSHERRYSTOWN 8. 8ft. Fmncta 8. Walker, lie- Shercystown. WM discharged from the army at Fort George O. Meade. Md., on July 11. In the servlct sine* October, 1M», he served 31 months In Alaska and saw action In Prance, Luxembourg. Belgium and Germany. A daughter waa born to Mr. tad Bars. Curtis C. Rider, McSherrystown. Thursday, at the Hanover General hospital. Officers arriving at IndUntown Gap for redeployment Included Lt. Col. Thomas D. Callahan, Jr., Me- Bherrystown. A son was born tc Mir. and Mrs. Earl W. Uvelsberger, McSherrystown, at the Hanover General hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Jack Kress, daughter of Mrs. Edith Colgan. while % on* a visit to New York with her husband, MaJ. Jack Kress, became 111 and was removed to the Fifth Avenue hospital, where she underwent an operation. Mrs. Kress is reported to be Improving and is expected to return home within the next 10 days. Pvt. Leo J. "Krichten, McSherrystown, who reported to Ashevllle, N. C., after spending a 60-day furlough at his home following service overseas, has been sent to Fort Beiv ning, Ga. for SMART SPORTSWEAR Geluste lakes' Shop 17 Baltimore 81, Hanover, Pa, G A S H FOR YOUR CAR Gettysburg Motor Sales 244 Chambetsbng St REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Frame triple boose, metal rpof. Each house with six rooms and bath (no fixtures), connected with water, sewer, elec.. corner Water and West High streets, New Oxford. Price $5.000. 212-acre Farm, 6-roem frame house, 8-room frame house, electric, stone spring bouse, barn 40 ftxBO ft., cemented cow stable, all necessary outbuildings; 600 young apple trees, 775 old apple trees, still bearing; 600 young peach trees, all orchard equipment, good spring water, 2 streams, 4,800 ft. along Pigeon HiL hard road with ideal bldg. sites; 35 acres woodland, 4 miles northeast of Hanover. 2M-acre Farm. 2 frame tomes, two barns 50ft.x45ft.x90ft,large barn fixed for shipping milk. 5 pen hog stable, elec., running spring water, chicken house, other necessary outbuildings, 43 acres of woodland. Along Carlisle Pike. 3 miles north of Hanover. IM-acre Farm, 8-room trmsse house, gas, electric, water, new frame bank barn, fixed for shinning milk, large silo, dairy house, hog pen. chicken house, brooder houses, implement shed. 31 acres of growing corn, barn full of hay and straw and ALL FARM MACHINERY INCLUDED, along Carlisle Pike about 7 miles north of Hanover. Si-acre Farm, 6-rvom frame bowse with water and electric, large barn fixed for shipping milk, 18 stanchions and drinking cups; silo 10 ft. x 35 ft, hog pens, chicken houses, implement shed, spring in pasture, about 4 acres of woodland, about 1.400 n., atong hard road, good bldg. tots, about 9 miles sooth of Hanover, along road leading from Beck min road to Baltimore pike. For sale for 2 weeks only. Other Good Farms on list in office. Other Single and Double houses on list at office. See us to BOY or SEtJ. D. GUY HOtUNGER * BRO. JOHN S. HOIUNGER, Brafeer, 17 CarlUe Street a-tiu FARMS AND HOMES WANTED If you want to sell your Real Estate q u i c k l y -- Farms, homes and Lots--list it with me. Buyers and sellers always welcome. Many other farms and homes listed at office. W. P. STONER 111 Frederick SU HaMver 5254 GET SET AUTO MECHANICS BODY MEN PAINTERS LUBRICATORS After v-J Itay tke asjto ·»«·« GoodieHow Chevrolet Company IME. from a, tear of duty In the Paclfle where he served aboard one of the Navy* earrier^based torpedo planes Isttbjd to Torpedo Bombing Squadron 30. T/S Joseph F. Noel. Hanover R. D. 4, member of Battery C of the veteran 44M Antiaircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battsllon (Self · Propelled), has been awarded the Bronte Arrowhead to wear on his European TlMatsr of ribbon. Tne arrowhead was awarded tor participation In the Sicilian invasion In July. 1M1. when he made the D-Day smsjtiibiniis asault addition to this In I T/6 Motl his participated In seven I campaigns and In the D-Day as-| sautt on southern France In August, 1»44. CLASSIFIED FOR SALE--Several pairs of shoes, size 8 and 8tt. Call any day next week. ETHEL G. BHEELY, Llncolnway East, phone 9-R-5. ert Work Shirts, all sizes, limited quantity. BENN'S MEN'S BOYS' STORE, 16 Baltimore St.. Hanover, Pa. MR. TRACTOR OWNER--Montgomery Ward has just drastically reduced tractor tire prices in a special sale. That means that eligible buyers can now get either the famous "Power Grip" or "Power Trac" at tremendous savings. The popular 11-36/9:00-36. formerly priced at $5855 is now on sale for $47.15. You can now save $1140 on each tire. If you need tractor tires, come to Wards during this sale. Let our tire man help you apply for them. Then choose between Wards "Bar" or "Round Knob" tires. Only Wards have both! Montgomery Ward Store Manager, Hanover, Pa. FOR ig Horse and Boy's Bicycle. Apply JOHN BENSON, New Oxford R. D. 1. 8-161 WANTED TO BUY -- Good used I Ford or Plymouth car. Model 1985 to 1939. Reply Box B c|o New Oxford | Item. USED CARS WANTED--Will pay high cash dollar! for them. YORK] St. GARAGE, 240 York St., Hanover, phone 9235. YES--We have spring-filled studio couches and sofa-beds, also a I beautiful variety of overstuffed) spring-filled chairs as well as spring- filled living-room suites as low as I ·' $109.00. YORK SUPPLY COMPANY, 43 W. Market St., York, Pa. JUST RECEIVED -- Men's Blue! Denim Bib Overalls, all sizes, limited quantity. BENN'S MEN'S * BOYS' STORE, 16 Baltimore St., Hanover, Pa FOR SALE--Baby Carriage, black leather folding; pre-war. Price $8. Apply MRS. LEO ECKER. Pleasant street, New Oxford. TREAT YOUR FLOOR to Johnson's Glo-Coat, no rubbing or polishing. J. C. Tanger Son, 37 Broadway, Hanover. WE INSTALL SPOUTING--On houses; also roof painting and repairs. C. STANLEY HABTMAN. Phone 950-R-12, B. 3, Gettysburg, Pa. WANTED--Girl or young woman for housework; good home and pay; one child, 10 yean old; Sundays off. Apply: STRIKE'S SHOE STORE Frederick Street Hanover. Pa. SAVE MONEY on plow shares and repairs at J. C. Tanger Son, Broadway, Hanover. JUST RECEIVED -- Men's Tan Work Pants and Tan Shirts to match; all sizes, limited quantity. BENN*S MEWS BOYS? STORE, 16 Baltimore St., Hanover, Pa. WANTED-Chickens and Eggs of all kinds. Special prices. E. N. HARNER, R. D. 2, New Oxford. RADIO REPAIRING-- Also taking orders for Philco Radios. Refrigerators and Washing MftphfiW! to be released soon. FUNK'S RADIO SERVICE, R. 1, Mew Oxford. 7-19-tf FARMS AND HOMES -- Bought and sold; efficient service. JOHN S. HOLLINGEK, Broker D. Guy HolUnger Bro. 17 Carlisle Street, Hanover, Pa. WANTED TO BUY-- Used band instruments, Apply STENGER MUSIC STORE, 110 Baltimore St, Hanover. Phone 3-6243. FOR SALE -- Cucumbers. Apply RALPH REICHERT, Hanover St.. Ext, New Oxford, Pa. WE SPECIALIZE IN repairing aD makes and models of radios said washers. TBOSTLEB, Chamb. St. Gettysburg. Open every evening andl 9 o'clock. PLENTY OF PASSENGER TIRES --See us first GETTYSBURG MOTOR SALES, 204 Chambersburg St., Gettysburg. Pa. STURDY CELERY PLANTS, Pordhook and Giant Pascal, 25 cents dozen. J. C. Tanger Se Son. 37'Broadway. Hanover. To sell or buy a car Sales * Service 875 Broadway. Hanover Phone 2-1138 FURNITURE AND STOVES Bargains--Rebuilt ranges. Coal and gas Furniture for any room in the house. See us befor buy. TRADE-IN FURNITURE EXCHANGE. Rear York Supply Company. 45 W. Market St. York, Pa. Phone -York Supply Oo.-Sole MAJESTIC BTUV agent for the Famous RANGES and HEATERS. The M^MM^MMft A«M| M^^M^M***!^!^^ MArf^M^^ ! · « esBcmn am aepeDoame suite* m the country. Unsurpassed for cook- Ing, baking and heating. Dont buy until you have seen the Majestic at the York Supply CO. 43-45 Welt Market 8L. York. Pa, Also ·gents for Columbian ranges. See us for stove In BICYCLES -- Repaired. Wheels retired. New Bicycles and Motorcycles. See Red Klavrtlnst. heU treat you light One store only, a puke St. York. Pa. USED CARS WANTED--Will pay high cash dollar for them. YORK ST. GARAGE, 240 York St., Hanover, Phone 9235. COAL RANGES--Heaters, egg stoves, bedroom, living room, dining room and kitchen furniture, ruga, studio couches, oil M»ves, etc. All kinds of used household furniture. STORMS Mew and Uied Furnitice Store, 12 E. Chestnut Street, Hanover. Store closes every evening at 6:00. except Mondays and Saturdays at 9:00; opens every momlnc at 9:00. FOR EASY CLEANING get a Pioneer Dust Mop from J. C. Tanger Son, 37 Broadway. Hanover. HELP WANTED Male and Female Age 16 to 40 Essential industry Some part-time available Apply to Gettysburg Throwing Company Gettysburg, Fa. Male Female Help Experience Not Necessary Essential, Permanent Jobs Manufacturing Children's Shoes Opportunity to Learn Trade with Steady Esapfoyment Jackson Shoe Co. Cor. Maple A Commerce HANOVER, PA. W A N T E D Fancy stitchers for ladies' high* grade Shoes. Also girls over 16 yean to leant fancy stitching. Good pay while learning, steady WINDSOR SHOE CO. Uttiestown. Pa. HELP WANTED Dty and N*ht Shift Hanover Cordage Co. ANNOUNCEMENT that CARL STOUGB, JR* ·ratal We hBTe ab» uaptejrtsl giveym STOUGH MOTORS rSVS^^V vv LtecMBway West * New Oxfcvv, Pa. HSCilvC* 011