1922 April 18 Hbg Telegraph

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1922 April 18 Hbg Telegraph - Notes and GIVES CALL FOR BROOM AND RAKE '"Make...
Notes and GIVES CALL FOR BROOM AND RAKE '"Make This deinert Town a State," Mechanicsbnrg Burgess Urfei Mechanlrsburg, April 18. ' This Is Cleanup Week in tits bor ouefL Burgess Fiahel last evening issued a call to the citizens of the town to shoulder the broom and rake and get after the dirty corners of the community. "Make this the cleanest town In the State" the burgess demands of ! the citizens. And he gives the town I a detailed "order of business" for 1 the Job. ' Here are some of the things every . sue in Mechanicsburg is - supposed ! to be doing this week, as quoted from the proclamation: Clean out the attic, throw out hoarded rubbish, sweep, dust and scrub, open the doors and let the sunshine In, beat carpets and rugs and throw out old bottles and papers, stop up rat hole and set traps, rake the lawn and clear up the .backyard, screen doors and windows. It will be a busy week in Mechan - j losburg. This Is the float time in a I long time the town has made a con - i carted effort n to "clean house" ) throughout the borough In a gen - I era! cleanup weak. ' News of FILE PETITIONS AT COURTHOUSE Republicans and Democrats Seek Committee Berths in Cumberland County Carlisle, Pa.. April 18. Republicans filed petitions for the county committee yesterday as follows: Margaret R. Stuart. Upper Dickinson; A. Roy Line, Upper Dickinson: Mrs. Thomas M. Hale. 237 East King street. Shippensburg; John M. Grove, 25 East Orange street,' Shippensburg; Mrs. Estelle Weidler Hess. 36 West Louther street, Shippensburg; B. Paul Mowrey, Bridge atreet. Elkwood: J. Lauer Baunt, 213 Front street, Wormleysburg; Jacob S. Meily and Mrs. Guy Hoi - linger. Silver Spring township. Democratic petitioners for county committee follow: David L. Allen. Southampton township; J. Diehl Burkholder. 151 South Pitt street, Carlisle; Mrs. Mary Albert, 33 Spring Garden street; Mrs. Robert M. Martin. 209 South York street. Mechan - icsburg; Amos R. Fox, West Fair - view; Miss Maude Clever. East ward. Shippensburg; Peter F. March and Mrs. Margaret Martin, Upper Dickinson township. To - day was the last day (for filing petitions. Unless they are received in the Commissioners' office before closing time this evening or tomorrow morning, postmarked before midnight, the names will not be printed on the official ballot. he In

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 18 Apr 1922, Tue,
  3. Page 9

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