George W. McHenry, Recent Deaths

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THE INDIANA PROGRESS INDIANA, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER (>, 1922 FOUND Attractions Visitors—Grounds — Feature. Big promise the Indiana which fair of the exposition. musical by midway in the hall visitors one Indiana cares to . be pronounced and holiday attractive rows horses enlarging been and provided accommo- ChnrtiiiiiK Little Indiana Girl Sara Ann Thomas, whose picture is reproduced herewith, is the charming, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thomas, of Church street. Sara Ann had her picture taken at the Douglass studio on Philadelphia when she was aged 14 months. Sh is going to the big fair this week with several thousand other Indiana county children, whose presence help a lot to make the fair enjoyable. pens HELD BENEATH OAR FOR SEVERAL HOURS Chambersville Man Seriously Injured When Car Went Over an Embankment Edgar Fleming of near Chambers ville, is slowly recovering from injuries sustained recently in an auto mobile accident. While driving on the road near Salem church the steering wheel of his car blocked and the car was hurled 35 feet down the embankment. Mr. Fleming, who REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Deeds Recorded In Indiana County Since Last Published Report J. C- Replogle to C. J. Clawson, ot in Third ward, Indiana, $500. Henry Sherwin to Walter Sherwin 1 acres in Banks, $1400. Lloyd J. Gorman to Wm. H. Huffman, lot in Gipsy, $1500. Jennie E. Roof to Charles C. Litle ( lot in Third ward, Indiana, $2,800. Samuel W. Miller,, master, to Robert D. Neal, tract in Blaireville, $6500. Christine .Mclntyre to C. J. Beard, 9 .acres in White, $850. Olive Piper, to 'James M. Keeley, ot in Conemaugh, $90.. Steele M. Boggs to Norman L. Duncan, lot in Third ward, Indiana, $4500. Dorothy M. Elwood to Ella J. Axe otin Blairsville, $2750. H. M.' Lowry to J. C, Long, lot in Third ward, Indiana, $1000. J. C. Long to .Thomas T. McCord, lot in Second ward, Inldiana, $6000 Rembrandt Peale to H. E. Clark, 2-3' of 4 tracts of coal in East Mahoning, $16,529. Rembrandt Peale to Irvan A.' Boucher, 13 tracts of coal in East Mahoning, $62,500. Emma hoes, lot $6500. Reeseman to W. C. McEl- in Third ward, Indiana, E. Tedeschi to U. Pohuski, lot in Burrell, $1575. Harry T. Ross to R. H. McQuilken, lot in Third ward,,Indiana, $1000. James A. Lydick to Clark Strong, 20 acres in Cherryhill, $800. Lloyd W. Peters'to J. M. Stewart, lot in Clymer, $2000. Mary G. Davis to D. R. Davidson, lot in Blairsville, $2300. F. D.-Donahue to Mike Novak, lot in Starford, $2509. Robert F. Johnston to Archie M. Rising, 106 acres in Armstrong, $2500. Frank Skiekiewich to John Kiow- chik, 2 tracts in Banks, $800. Frank Hess to John A. Alexander, lot in Green, $25. : John Holowachko to, Mike Ho.lo- PERSONAL BREVITIES Dr. Thomas St. Glair, of Latrobe, spent Sunday with Indiana relatives. Mrs. J. Earl Putt and daughter, Rowena, and sister, Mrs. Uriah Brown, of Clymer, were county seat visitors on Saturday. F. B. Wissinger, of near Commodore, was an Indiana visitor Thursday. Edward Stephens, of Cherryhill township, was a county seat visitor, yesterday. Mrs. S. H. Frederick, of School street, is visiting relatives in Kittanning. \ Max Martin, of Wilkinsburg, was the guest this week of his uncle, M. H. Bru>e, of Washington street. Dr. Paul Emerson, of Church street, is visiting his parents in Rochester, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cunningham and two daughters, Edna and Florence, of Livermore R. D. 1, were Indiana callers on Friday. Mrs. F. B. Speedy of Wilkinsburg, and Mrs, Jean Anderson, of Re'yn- oldsville, were the guests recently of Mrs. E. E. Yeager, of North Seventh street. James R. Stuchell and son, J. R. Stuchell, of Plumville, were county seat visitors on Saturday and while here enrolled as Progress readers. Major and Mrs. C. C. McLain and Mrs. M. C. Watson, of town, are in Williamsport this week atteding the state convention of the American Legion. Mrs. Enzer L. Brandon and son, Chester, of South Seventh street, are visiting her parents at Newark, N. J. Dr. and Mrs. Edwin K. Wood, of School street, have returned home from a two months' sightseeing trip MKWT ME AT HALTHBURG I£ THIS SLOGAN OF COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKKRH in the west. Dr. ad Mr. Edwin K. Wood, of School street, who had spent the last month in Pasadena, Cal., and other points in the west, returned home Monday. Misses Reba AnAderson and Elizabeth Harpel, of Reynoldsville; were the recent guests of Miss Everything Is Ready for Big Jubilee Covontloii Next Wednesday and Thursday Snltsburg is ready and will extend a warm welcome to the hundreds of Sabbath school workers from all over the county who will attend the 25th annual convention next Wednesday and Thursday. The pastor and superintendents will be on hands for the dinner at noon Wednesday and a royal good time is promised them. The teacher training supper Wednesday evening will also be of special interest to all members of the Alumni Association and those who are taking the course. All county and district officers are expected to be present Thursday. The Associational dinner at noon and the conference in the afternoon will be of special help to them. No one can afford to miss it. The services of Mrs. Rosa Volt- rath Buchheit, as director of music, with Mrs. W. S. Hamilton at the piano, assures a splendid praise service at each session of the convention. Mrs. Buchheit is more than a director. She is a teacher of music with a thorough knowledge of the work and her instruction will be a great help to all who attend. All who attend are assured that the program will be given as advertised and each instructor will be on hands and also the evening speakers, and a splendid time is promised to all who attend the convention. All delegates will register at once upon reaching Saltsburg. On presentation of your credentials and the payment of the 50 cent registration fee you will be given the souvenir program, song book, convention badge and full equipment. Come early and stay for the whole time. HOME TALENT TO ENTERTAIN AT BRUSHVALALEY, SEPT. 15 EECENT DEATHS (Jeorge W. McHenry Heart (.rouble resulting from an iltack of neuritis was responsible or the sudden passing of 'Squire 3oorge W. Mellenry, who died yes- erday at noon at his home on South Seventh street. The deceased, who vas a son of the late Samuel Mc- '-Jonry, was born in White township October 20, 1842. He was a veteran of the Civil war, serving as a mem- >er of Company K, 105th regiment, 'ennsylvanla Volunteers. In the hird day of the battle of Gettysburg le lost his left log by the explosion of a shell, making necessary the am- nitatlon of the limb near the knee. The crippled leg was injured in a fall a year ago and he never full recovered from the shock and was unable to walk without crutches. Returning from the Civil war he resided for a time in Cherryhlll township, later locating at Penn Run, where served for some time as Justice of the Peace. In 1867 he was elected county treasurer and held the office for full term. Later he was engaged in the mercantile business at Blalrsville and after a residence MANY there moved for to several Latrobe, yyears, where he he conducted the Hotel McHenry. Ho resided for some time at Spangler, Cambria county, and two years ago located in Indiana. In recent years he invested extensively in coal property in this county and realized considerably In these transactions. Ho was married to Margaret Berke- plle, of White township, who survives, with a daughter, Mrs. Lewis O'Brien, of Johnstown, and two sons Edward, at home, and Charles, of Jeannette. He is also survived by to brothers, Harry McHenry, of town, and William McHenry, of Pasadena, Cal. The deceased was a member of Post No. 28, G. A. R., of town. A detail will have charge of the service at the grave in Oakland cemetery following the services which will be conducted at the home Friday afternoon at 1:00 o'clock by Rev. ,Dr. F. W. Hinitt. LIQUOR Foreign Illegal (''alls With In Grand Monday September of that liquor on the Grand this alleged engaging and full instances next of the Bad reported constables Court of the Court week civil will E. foreman Attorney returned

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  1. The Indiana Progress,
  2. 06 Sep 1922, Wed,
  3. Page 11

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