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 - Pa. Plowing Contest on Belleville Farm...
Pa. Plowing Contest on Belleville Farm HARRISBURG (AP) - Mifflin County farmer John R. Rodgers Rodgers of Belleville R. D. 1, will be host for the 1966 Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State Plowing Contest. Level land and contour contests contests will be conducted on adjoining adjoining fields on his 275-acre plum bottom farm. The State Agriculture Department announced announced on Tuesday. The contest contest is scheduled for Aug. 25. Winners of the plowing competition competition will be eligible to compete compete in the 1966 national matches matches in fowa. 50TTT WEDDING ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F. Romig. Clintondalc, as they look today after 50 years of married life and as they were at the lime of their marriage on Oct. 3, 1915. in the "buggy". No public special celebration is being planned because of Mrs. Romig's illness. She is confined to her home but will be able to enjoy a family gathering in honor of this happy occasion. They have three daughter's eight grandchildren and seventeen great-grandchildren. Mr. Romig is still employed as a part- time custodian of the Porter Township School District. They both have been active in their church, the Evangelical United Brethren in Clintondalc. Clarence Romigs Celebrate Their Golden Wedding Date CLINTONDALE - The wish- 1 The wedding took place at the es expressed in the newspaper home of the bride's parents. Mr. account, for ''a long, happy and and Mrs. Adam Mover in Clin- prosperous married life" on the tondale. Mr. Romig's parents occasion of the wedding of Clar- were Mr. and Mrs. William Ro- ence F. Romig and Anna J. mig who lived near Salona. Moyer on Oct. 3, 1913. certain- The Rev. D. A. Ertel officially officially came true. ed at the ceremony. The at- Mr. and Mrs. Romig are:' en ' da ' nts wcre tlie bride ' s sis ' celebrating Mieir 501h wedding iler ' Mar y. who is now Mrs. anniversary. Because of the ill- Mary Vonada of Crestmont. and ness of Mrs. Romig there will R °.v Romig. the bridegroom's be no "open house". But e\ en i brother of this city, though she is confined to her' Thc Rornigs have fihree daugh- home. she enjoys hearing from ters - Mrs ' Claude Bowmaster friends. A family gathering is and Mrs - Jamcs Si rouse of Por- planne^ for t.he golden anniversary. Negroes Kept off School Buses wedding ler Township and Mrs. Thomas Lee of Clintondale. eight grandchildren grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. They take an active part in the work of the E.U.B. Church in Clhtondale. Mr. Romig has been Sunday School superinten- CRAWFORDVILLE. Ga. lAP) deiV. for 13'years. '—An attempt by Negroes to Mr - Komig worked for 21 board school buses erupted into - vcars al Uie Xew York and i violence today when a white Pennsylvania Co.. 17 years for youth slugged a Negro photog- Thompson Decorating Co.. and rapher with his fists. 8 >' ears for the Porter Township c on . , , i ,1 School District, where he is still Some 20 stae troopers a I the ]oved as u scene prevented the Negroes toc u ar r from getting on the buses carrying when jack AVhen your little getting there, will

Clipped from The Express29 Sep 1965, WedPage 20

The Express (Lock Haven, Pennsylvania)29 Sep 1965, WedPage 20
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