106- Indian Springs News

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to working un- name make any a n y to . ^ r , ^ a P. 0. Receipts Indian Spring. - Mrs. .PaulinclSIlOW Hovermale and son of Big Pool arrived arrived by train in St. Augustine post office receipts last .momn svrrp un snVicianii^iirt Securer "f "^ **** 'hey are Mi^TMTM^TMTMTMTMTM^ Robert £, Pyles and Postmaster Thomas M Sim£ get!««:«· new baby. Mrs. Pyle is thelson reporled today Kovermale. Pyles isi! ast month totaled" 582,38403, an better known as r ---'- ''" She for dies for pair, she her with any --, ,, .~- ~..u v v i u v i u j i -- j as a j t l l U U c /l i they stepped off the plane. She el, she savs W r i t p S f r i o t c l i n r f r irn fillii,! ...III. .-ii_ ^ · . , ,,·*, ""v p^w^n:. «n t .tiacum aues, wore oorn T The auto speed limit there is,45|Indian Springs the children^f miles per hour. Wahiawa is at an'and Mrs J. Albert Simpson said Ihe increase a good one dcspile Ihe in parcel post rates that went into effect last fall. tuvt i\uu«ii n^ £j[me. jincrease of $8,674.34 over re- Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Martin andr eipls of ^73,709.69 for March, daughters were tendered a birlh- day dinner honoring Mrs. Martin, at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Clyde P. Martin on Salem Avenue, Hagerstown. Hagerstown. Patricia Ann Rowland Spickler, who died recently in Hagerstown. was well known in Indian Springs having attended the Clear Spring high school and elementary grade. Mrs. George A. Sites of Mt. Lena and her daughter. Mrs. John Cor brother, Clarence Funkhouser and his wife who live in Wahiawa, Hawaii. Hawaii. They expect lo b« gone a month. Mrs. Sites writes they were greeted by friends wilh leis of or- chicts, gardenias and tuberoses as 'K" Asks A-Ban PARIS (AP) _ Soviet Premier iNikita Khrushchev proposed a ban on nuclear tests anew Thursday night while France ordered mariu ofri.. i. i !! ^ uay nl * m wmle "ance ordered many of Chambersburg flew by the air cleared over the !..J?* IS Jj," ieilds J n ?. Mrs - sites in Preparation for another one. i preparation for another i The Badge for Military established by George Washing, ton in 1782, is the oldest mili- jccoration of the U.S. mites the islands are filled with birds, flowers and friendly people. altitude of 1100 feet above sea Clarence' Funkhower and iis- ler Mamie Sites, were born in

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  1. The Morning Herald,
  2. 02 Apr 1960, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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  • 106- Indian Springs News

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