R.S. Fleming..Shelocta

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R.S. Fleming..Shelocta - in the city, and we are Mrs. W. M. Munshower,...
in the city, and we are Mrs. W. M. Munshower, Homer City, Pa. Obtainable everywhere. called at the home of Miss Grace Orner, Sunday evening. Mrs. Ella Qrner and Mrs. Jennie Altemus visited their uncle, Sherdick Stephens on Sunday. BRUSHVALLEY. Mrs. M, L. McDermott is visiting friends in Altoona. James Wolf is on the sick list. William Glass has finished his contract roofing Clara McFeaters' house. Sidney Allen has harvested a bumper crop of onions. The Mechanicsburg School will hold a Pie Social Friday, October .8. Mrs. Stiltz has returned to her home in Braddock, after a visit with her sister in this place. William Glass and Sidney Allen made a business trip to Johnstown last week. The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Altemus and left a baby girl. Mr. S. Rugh has erected a new silo on his farm. Miss Ida Cunningham, of Indiana Normal, visited her parents over the week-end. SHELOCTA. Mrs. Clair Dinger returned home Saturday, after spending the past two weelcs with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rowland, of near Dayton. Mrs. Alexander McCracken spent Saturday in Indiana. Mr. Benjamin Johnston, -who lives with his daughter, Mrs. Frank Winsheimer, of near Homer City, is the guest of another daughter, Mrs. Robert "Russell, here. Miss Etta Sharp spent Saturday evening and Sabbath with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Rankin were Indiana callers, Saturday. Grange meeting was held in their hall above the postoffice, Saturday evening. Mr. Frank Kimmell has purchased a large number of cattle for his sale, which is to be held, Tuesday. William Diblc, of Parkwood, was here on business, Friday, Prof. H. Porter Miller made a business trjp to Indiana Saturday. Preaching services were held Friday and Saturday afternoons and Communion on Sabbath in the Presbyterian and United Presbyterian churches. Rev. W. E. M. Copeland, of Willett, assisted Rev. T. L. Patton in,the preparatory services at the United Presbyterian church. John A. Campbell, one of the rural mail carriers, was an Indiana caller, Friday. The mail was carried by the substitute, Elaine Miller. R. S. Fleming, located at Philadelphia, a salesman for the James Manufacturing Co., of Fort Atkins, Wis., spent a few days at his home here. Miss Bertha George, teacher of the Hilltop school, in Armstrong township, spont Saturday and Swbbath with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hayeo George. Lawrence Robinson, of near Jacksonville, was a caller at this place on Thursday. Robert Russell, teacher n" "' • Me- i, spent Saturday and Sabbath at his home near here. Mr. and Mrs. George Warner, of near Clarksburg, spent Sabbath with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John 0. Campbell. Samuel Kerr and Mr. and Mrs. Steel Kerr and children, spent a day in Indiana recently. Mrs. David Heffelfinger, who has been ill with rheumatism, is able to be around again. Dr. W. A. McChestney has his property for sale. Miss Marie Russell, a student of the Indiana High School, spent Saturday and Sabbath at her home near here. Mrs. Harry Calhoun, of Kansas City, Mo., was called to this place to be 'with her mother, Mrs. John 0. Campbell, who is seriously ill. John Russell, of near Idaho, spent Saturday here. Miss Minnie Gibson, teacher of the Guthrie school, near Homer City, spent Saturday and Sabbath at her home. Mr. and Mrs. William Beer, of near Jacksonville, spent Wednesday at this place. Mrs. Alexander Clark, of Elderton, visited with her daughter, Mrs. John Wiggins, Wednesday. "PINE FLATS. Rev. Leroy Hill and his family, were visitors in Clymer, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton were Indiana visitors. Mrs. Lottie Martin, of Indiana, who has been visiting her brother for several days, has returned to her home. Asher G. Glenn, E. F. Parry and the latter's family, motored to Indiana, Monday. Miss Mary Learn has returned from a three-weeks' visit with relatives in Indiana. C. A. Hamilton and J. R. Hoover were Heilwood callers. Alonzo Sides was a Clymer caller. William Morris, of Greenwich, was visiting at his parental home. C. S. Bennet, of New York City, was a visitor in the home of H. B. Hamilton. J. R. Hoover has purchased a CO h. p. automobile. Margaret Learn, the youngest daughter of J. C. Learn, was injured below the right eye when a schoolmate threw a horseshoe at her. family to to a IIESIIBOX. A. W. Campbell was visiting friends Attractive eyes are made more attractive by properly designed and fitted glasses The time when glasses were merely something "stuck on" the face is gone. Here, as much care is taken to select frames m o u n t i n g s and lens with the features as to grind the proper correction into the lenses themselves. You now have in mind some acquaintance whose glasses you admired. If you come to us we will show you how we achieve such result?. K, W. WEHRLE & CO. Jewelers and Opticians Established 1845. j Featers school, near IIOJ1V

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 05 Oct 1915, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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