Clipped From The Titusville Herald
STURTEVANT RESIDENCE IS DAMAGED BY LIGHTNING STURTKVANT, April 6.— In" the fltorm Tuesday C. G. Slurgis' house was struck by lightning and somewha't damaged. The largo chestnut f tree.'. on the B. M. Rose jilaco was also struck and badly splintered. 'Mr. and Mrs. Etiwnnl Blanchard vifi- llod the lalter's mother, Mra. Roseana Kinney of Glyndbn, last Saturday. .Louis -Titze] left Monday foi- Pitls- hu'rgli, where lie will re-enlist in the navy. Mrs. John Ross returned to Gllson •Ridge Wednesday after spending a few .days with her mother, Mrs'. George Me-' Laughlln. . : . i Miss Mary Ross returned to Corry Sunday evening after' spending 'Easter 1 vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tllram Edward Youngs of Ilydctown 'Vislted : the homo of Edward Blanchard last' Monday. . , -. Mr. and Mrs. Freil Sturges of Union motored down and spent 15anter' with tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.l Henry SI urges.