Thelma Alsdorf, Titusville Herald, 8-19-1924, p8

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Thelma Alsdorf, Titusville Herald, 8-19-1924, p8 - JTOpT REAL ^TRANSFERS AT f SPARTANSBURG ,...
JTOpT REAL ^TRANSFERS AT f SPARTANSBURG , Residence Properties Change fl Hands and There Will be Considerable Moving in Fall. fWEEK-END SOCIAL ITEMS Special to the Herald - SPARTANSBURG, Aug. 18—Sever-' _ai real estate transfers and family, ^changes are to lie made this fall, anil , -while the deeds have not been record- A/j fJS \*£ t »«——-—*• l — i • • who remained for Several day* 'Word lias> been, received at this Place iby Mr and • Mrs. Jl. L. Binuey that Mrs. Viola Fowler, BInney wife of John JBiuney, is a surgical patfeni in the Dunkirk hospital. -She will bo remembered by many of the oldei residents, who will regret to hear of her ill health. Her condition is very favorable and her recovery is expecti Mr. and .Mrs. D. D. Stranahan re- truned to their home at Concord Corners Sunday evening after -a several days' stay at Lily Dale, Miss Thelma Alsdorf entertained about twenty young people last Friday evening at the home of her pai- ents, Mr. and Mrs, Dawson Alsdorf of Jlose Valley, west of town.. The occasion was the fourteenth birthday of .Miss Geraldine'MeAnhelleh, an intimate friend and school-mate of Miss' 1 Alsdoif. Tho evening was spent with games,., music .and dancing, and at a co;j c/Sf i ahlivittf\i*T- <* s.< t fy ,* „,_ .t -. i ^ *. o-~»*« v~Mj^ «*«K4.?*v* 4H4U. UUUI.JJJJ5, «UU t|t 2, seasonable hour a cafeteria lunch was «""*"»'•''•" Mrs. Alsdorf, assisted by , each instance to bind the bargains, 'her sister, Mrs. Clark of Erie. been Jjuilt only a f«w yea PH Cr £ * u JV y ta!H - - V11> - ana MISS McAnneJlen vva.s in receipt of rtilv S£pH Wi " m ° VC ; • h * lonUl ° house .^ny-«?ce gifts, among them a dona- they loimerly ocuinr-d at the corner Lion of money from her friends with ""Sr Sp ' In fi . an<1 AIaln sheets. Mr. and Uvhjch to purchase a wrist 'watch . Mrs. Kay Church and family, who are Among those from this place who /.now occupying thr- house, exnect tn ntuimv^i n.n fi.n«r,,i <,„,.„,-,...., <..'....... Ray . , "' " "•" •*• v-j --....^nf, f-nufn; tiuiii mm j;juc'V WHO occupying the house, expect to attended the funeral services in 'nu m ^yi 1 "! 0 . 1 ! 10 Balcer house ° 11 \Vash-jory of Lorenzo Obert o f J-Iatchtown ' --•»-.*• *.**-w A^iAXkV^J *i\/l*OU" VJJl \^ tlfjll* ington street, jio\v occupied by Frank Platt and daughters. Joseph Wei finer, whi> recently sold the home on Washington street "to Mr and Mrs. Ray Ciosby, is purchasing the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shi-eve on Main street. Mr, and Mrs Weidnci formerly owned and place. occupied this Prof. J. H. TiXsler and wife of Onch- ranton, were Saturday night and Sunday-guests of'Miss !Eva Aiajor at the nrtrn A rtf* Vt /*,w. n *i»«,, ^.*._ n *._ «. ^ _ home of nor parents, Charles S. Major. Mr. am i Mrs. . . , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Knapp of Oor- ry were week-end guests of the former's- parents. --M c, and Mrs 'Will Webb Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wetzel and Mr and Mrs. Edward Scott recently motored to Buffalo. N. Y.. and spent several days on business P,i R r e hY a Q d ? IrS ' G - t W.- Corey attended ihe Sunday school picnic of the CenterviHe Methodist church last Friday at Mystic Park. • --_. —«, -.«-"*-..«».*,.,, v^ »/*-i *. »^i -I J 4**,C.M C*V W I, .Sunday afternoon, were Mr and Mrs. FroQ S. Bates and Mr. and'Mrs Charles S. Major. . Guy IX Kldrod and daughter, Ella Eldrcd uf Union City, and .Mr Wheeler of Wheeler town, motored hero la«t Sunday and wore callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A E. Kldred Ralph W. VVobb, who is employed by the Deviuo Construction Co. at Kane, .was. ah over Sunday visitor at his homo here. Mr. and Mrs. James'Drake-of ilydn- towu arid Dr; K. R Mainland, wife and daughter, fceoiaVuntV M'IHB Marjbrif* Huff of this .place fonuod -a pipnic parly that motored to 1'anuma Hocks and spent Sunday. Mr. and-Mrs. William Fuller and Airs. Charles Penoyer motored to Lily. Dale, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs; Emerson Carroll of Madona, Minn., motored hero and | were making brief .calls on friends in this section •-*--•• - — •;--— • -« » fc*4 *k * • -- ; '.— — •»•* ^^ i » * * * VJIHIO Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Baker and son S secllon IllS< - Saturday. They DeWitte of Greenville, were e u osts*of *r 6re 8Uests aL Ul ° } ' 10ine Of Mr. and relatives here lasi Saturday goinc '^ A ' E - Eklre(i - Mr. Carroll was from here /n'Rtr-/>i.nirt »m, A ' __«.. Ji former . teachfti- In iim T^O,,*/!..,., ' fn ie lay ed to noon. . ... ey reurn- •- '- ..-their home on Sunday nftm- HC " ools aml will be remembered' b Bert Messenger and W. P. Burlintr I Ml "WQ»-Q ' 1,..^-:— ~... ..-.. . . " were 'business City last Friday. Residences Improved Several houses on Davenpo her built around it visitors in Oil street "^ »v-n«*-'iiiij^iu;i| | jy many in that locality. He was supf of Madena schools for .many years. Ho\v many of readers are ,„„ ,, t i.. i5j , uuuui » aiG watching tho moon vise in the evening, and the.planet Mars in all its beauty and brilliancy in closo proxi- ivi ll\r Tf innr^ii _..^-*i It is well worth as well ; tif "' a'p'pearance , in, and tory aat team ami, Mrmn , hono A for ory hand to tory — -*~ **kV»\rf.*i ^Itt/lt, -Mr. and Mrs. Bert .fuller were Sun- Thompson re- day guests of th o la'tter's brother L Tfrmnn- r^n». ^ ^ C-l..._.._ i •»'•-...> v»»v-», u. They were evening from a Lake at Lily spending 4 _ ^ith^ 5.ela^fves* i. Shreve and family'of Mr and Mrs. Glenn R. Steadinan and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hyde motor- spent^the-'duy at tho home of Mr and Mrs: Murel Bates. " " ";' Word -Has 1;feen reccrved here 1>v friends of Mrs. Helen Hilliard And who iinvn isnn., •.. '_• • . . • * iiiituii is a v tp. «core tallies lined "v,'c " - ••«' •• v;olt s vncition I lc\ r C.ave.r 0 M ^^7^r - 0 " 2 ?'?"-"Wvfc^r ^ ^ ^^™?5£H iH*£^^tt;;^,;- entc, Mr. and Mrs T T \Vall,«^ „ .I,? , W '" """' a """ Hl: *"l'»^ ss^ t ^"-., -"'^ 'H e s:-i^isrs 1 .' - r "- e "-"-— OIL the . Ill P

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  1. The Titusville Herald,
  2. 19 Aug 1924, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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