Martha olive grove putting up dried corn for winter

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Martha olive grove putting up dried corn for winter - MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1958 30 POTTSTOWN, PA„...
MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1958 30 POTTSTOWN, PA„ SATURDAY AS HURT 10, Ran of TREAT TRIP END “trick or treat” fun to tragedy boy last night by a car while South Pottstown the son of Mr. Miller, of 233 South Pottstown. Pottstown hospital internal injuries skull fracture. fair condition. his companion, Keller, of Coventry crossing the street general store, road, when the • Police said there on the road ran across the cars arrived, directions. Following of the first into the street Apparently he did car. Guldin by Joyce street, was that witnesses of the woman that the boy ran path of her car. Pottstown hos- ambulance. The Last Rosy Remnants of Summer Smash Windows j Auto were plagued with Hallowe’en the breaking lights and window« marking of a car Thursday evening. the ire of north end of involved a gang were roaming upsetting garbage breaking windows Summer in October Is a fragile, undependable thing. It may last for days, or it may evaporate overnight, to be re* placed by dank, chilly, cheerless weather. So who cares whether the storm windows get wrestled into place, the garage painted, the house and yard mad« shipshape against Winter? I'npleasant tasks might as well be left for unpleasant days, when getting them accomplished gives one a slightly heroic feeling. Right now. with Pottstown basking in beautiful October weather that promises to lap over into November, is suck a fine time to walk into the woods, to drive by the colorful countryside, there to see these beautiful sights made possible by October’s fine weather. Nature and the farmer make glorious pictures the*« days, some of which were captured by The Mercury's photographer. photographer. Soon the smell and feel of early Fall will he in the air. And soon it will be too late for this languid, irresponsible mood. Whv think of Winter today? Whisk. Four wer« returned as directors tion of the Pottstown was a fifth director There from I to lots were of incorrect The those over a Pottstown brought Do On masqueraders There how to without any They to nine Pottstown and bulk of The brought into the Alan Roger Boy Scout Pottstown. Youth For OCTOBER DAYS—The busy and the laiy find comfort In these last days of Summer as shown above. Upper left, Mrs. Horace Overholtzer, Route IS, is laying up dried corn for the Winter months ahead. Upper right, Frank Szakal, Pleasant View road, decided it was just a wonderful day to pick up the pumpkins. Lower left, John Kightlinger, of Perkiomenvllle, likes the weather but reminds all and sundry that work on a farm is never done. !<ower right, John Fulmer. Perkiomenville, reached a lazy conclusion . . . just a grand day to loaf and dream and plan, and then loaf some more. $3 Million r«foi College Requirements Will be Outlined Mr snowfall Picked evening apprehended trying parking who said confessed of another Royersford Batturs son of Cedar suspiciously the Royersford. ugh hall He according lo intended lo confessed "borrowed" Robert Hanover

Clipped from The Mercury01 Nov 1958, SatPage 1

The Mercury (Pottstown, Pennsylvania)01 Nov 1958, SatPage 1
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  • Martha olive grove putting up dried corn for winter

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