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Hall, f ' i i m o n e i t r h t scholars enrolled thai in a chosen for a of f!S3 Mendel Avenue, are school. In said: , feel the need we have organized for the We have In in the person who is well "We hope to of our own Xorth Clinton course of completion storr brick Avenue near Ib. p u r chase This at J _ · ; , MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM SANDS Street Married for more t h a n a. half cen- I t u r y a n d In a l l t h a t t l m r never having n ,1ar or ripple o* 1 unpleasantness is 1 t h e h a p p y experience of Mr. and ', Mrs. AVillicm Sands of ?S Houghton lAveny. i The .irrcd couplo. who h a v e .nown j e a r h other since early rhildhood. were I'.miU-d in marriage .at Lumber-'illr. Pa.. ;Mar-h 6. IN.". Mrs. .Sands, who was I Miss J u l i a Naylor. dau^ht'-r of Mr. i and Mrs. Thcmr.s Naylor of Lumber- j villr-. was k n o w n in those flavs as the belle of Saulshiiry Township. Her husband, the well k n o w n East Trenton blacksmith, was always known as "Happy Billy Sands." .ind b?ing very ; pood looking and very popular, y hc' was J i n those days counted a sr*-at catch in the rural districts where b o t h he and Miss Naylor resided. The appfl couple have five children. jail living; They are Mrs. William , n t t ) e of, -Uumbprvih*-. .Mrs. .vunnie iHowell, Mrs. N'ettic Mc.Manus, Horace i Sands and Miss Anna Hands of this I city. ; "In speaking of their happy married i life of flfty-six years. Mr. .Sands said: I "Today my Julia looks just as fair | to m» as she ciid over fifty years ago when ihe bloom of the peach tinted her pretty cheeks. We have traveled the same' p a t h together hand in hand end although clouds have appeared 1 and troubles have crossed our pa.tr-, yet never once has my dear wife mur- m u r e d ' for complained, 'f.i- Blessed Master has been K i n d to us sr.d 1 pray t h a t He may keep us together u n t i l the. end." SERGEANT SCHANCK IS MUCH IMPROVED Former Policeman, Who Has *\ Been III, Now Progressing Nicely at Home Former Sergeant of Police Charles H. Pohanck. who has been quite ill at l i l o l i U U . C , 21 M u l b f l l J Slltd, Is j much improved' and with the regaining of his h e a l t h he has given up the I contemplated plan of going away for Tin- former policeman, who is 57 years of age, was compelled to resign 1 1'H K"» S-l-:- M -* of t h 1-Yank Tronton (iiranl on I'assalc Caspar Clinton Avenue business Pennsylvania. FOR The f are to .be evening? its a success, General j j n r n the m i H. Dolton. Forst; chairman, M a n n Adams. Corbftt. Lambert, Kbcnezer Randolph; loui?h. Beverly Mrs. Ashmore, Mrs. John Defou, Mrs. Sutphin. Mrs. John Mrs. Robert Mrs. R. Furman Hooper, Miss

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  1. Trenton Evening Times,
  2. 09 Oct 1913, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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