M/M C. Harden Ulsh anniversary-TDN-p.3-27 Jan 1947

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f ,•:'.. •- ~ ' . • - , ' "*" "* «--!-••58 Years Ago •-- - - - - And Today MR. AND MRS.- ULSH AS THEY APPEAR TODAY A? THBIR ORBISONIA HOME. " • ' Orbispnia Residents Observe Wedding Anniversary Today WEDDING DAY PHOTOGRAPH HARDEN 1 ULSH. TAKEN IN 1889. OF MR. AND MRS. C. Fifty-eight years ago the" bride and bridegroom posed for Iheir wedding picture following the ceremony in Bcavei'town." A few days ago Mr. ami Mrs. C. Harden Ulsh again had their picture taken, this time in their Orbisonia home to mark their anniversary,which is today. Residents of Orbisonia since the turn of the century, Mr. and Mrs. Ulsh were living- in Snyuer County at the time of_ their marriage. Miss Laura Nearhood of Troxelville, daughter of Jacob arid Louise Nearhood, became the wife, of C. Harden Ulsh of West Beaver Township, son of Henry and Louise Ulsh, on Jan. 27, 1889. The Rev. O. K. Fleer officiated at the ceremony held in the Lutheran parsonage at Beavertown. ' , .• ; • The Irishes lived hi West Beaver Township until 1900 when they •moved to Orbisor.'ia. For a num- ' J. C, Blair Memorial <?ospnm NEWS .^nnuiry 25 nn-\ liti, 1.JI47 Admit toil: Mr.=. Mnrin Drll, Manletor. Arthur Brucker, Harrsburg. ?.T-.s. Mai-gavel Ritchcv, Mrs. Vcra Scnt.t. Robert David L. Anrirrson. 1124 Mif- HAPPY 3iRTHDAY Russell Long, CDp.lmont. W'lbin- Dysart. Hunting-dor, R. D. 2. Mr?. Bessie Harp°r. Sha'ln G-p. Mr.-. Sec'ora Shultz, 907 Washington Street, Huntingdon. Mrs. Ellen NaJe, 1226 Washington Street. Huntingdon. James Beatty, Petersburg. Mrs. Patsy Kvper. Huntingdon P. D. 2. • wniiain Dey, Altoona. Mnrgan Drake, Mount Union. Mr.-' 'Tan- Tr--nr!\ f?l Rose Street. Mount Un'on. Discharged: Mrs. Ooiothy Reed, Saxton. Mrs. Betty Hileman. 316 Eleventh Street, Huntingdon. Mrs. Dorothy Hicks. Mount Union. Mrs. Jean Riiiik, B.'-rree. | Mrs. Marietta Earnhart, 512 Washington Street, Huntingdon. Airs. Louise Rowe, Mill Creek. George Corbin, 1323 Mifflin 'Street, Hunting-don. Marshall Showalter, 1204 Mifflin Street, Huntingdon. ' Seibert Parks, Williamsburg. Lillian Hoff master, Barree. Mrs. Verna Wible, McConnellstown. Dean Moyer, Williamsburg. Edward Whitsel, Mill Creek. Mrs. Harriet Pry, Spruce Creek. Mrs. Stephanie McClure, Orbisonia. Mr.s. Maxine Black, 804 Sixteenth Street, Huntingdon. Mrs. Martha Noel, Alexandria. Mrs. Jane Clapper,- Saxton. January U7, 1946 Kenneth C. Smucker, Wilkins- ou;',;•, LornaerJy of Huntingdon. Margaret aeath. BVO.-U! Top daughter of Airs. Marshall Swope. M s. C. B. Hoover, Jr.,. 413 Washington Street, Harry L. Minskcr, 721 Portland Avenv.;c. Mrs. Joseph H. .Morgan, 512 Fifth 'Street. Helen Kathleen Foster, daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd F. Foster, Sr., 152T Washington St-.'eet. Carolyd and Marilyn Hess, twin ciau.ehlers of Mr.- and Mrs. Elvin B. Hess, 1601 Moore Street.-; James Edward Teeters, Jr.. son of Mr. ana" Mrs. J am e.=i Edward Testers of Huntingdon R. D. 1. J. Richa-d Hawn, of Huntingdon R .D. 2. Miss Madeline Covert, Langdondale. * Earl Helsel. Langdondale. Mrs. Fre:i Donelson, Saxton. Jack M,cKnight, Cassville. Mrs. Hugh Martin, Six Mile Run. Ewel! Horton. Broad Top City. Walter Defibaugh, Six Mile Run. The Wyoming Zonjnd 'catalogue of the U. S. Posfoffice Departmftnt lists 18 Wyoming post offices which took native wild animals for their official names. Cutwork! , , T ,. , _ . . son-in-law, Jos.ph Price of Shade lower Huntingaon County town Q w . fls . ^ e . N Th Mr. Ulsh farmed. Later ne -be- ^ ndsona wel . c in th( r se , vice — an employe oi the Last £lso: Robert Ulsh. Navy, Mount a rl T^ni\ R n ; M',-,?afl • rta \\'ftn u co.'_ ... „ „ . Jmon; Ca:l Bard, paratrooper. Mount Union, both discharged, ami Broad Top Railroad; he was a section hand until his retirement in 1944 after moie than 30 years of .service. Until just recently he was active in the work of the Orbisonia Fire Company. He belongs to the Biotherhood of Railway Maintenance of Ways and was a member of the P. 6. S. of A. as long, as there was an organization in Orbisonia. Mr. Ulsh enjoys nothing more than a good baseball game. Bo\h Mr. and Mrs. Uish are in good health and their many iriends hope they will be able to enjoy many more occasions together such as they ar-i ceiebra.t- ing today. Airs.. Ulsh is a flower^lover and during the Summer months spends much of her time in the garden. She always has quite / a collection of flowers growing from Spring until Fall. In Winter she spends her spare time crocheting. The beautiful work she does is in evidence in the Ulsh home. Though the Ulshes have been of-the .Lutheran faith, they at- •t'end the Evangelical United Brethren Church since Orbisonia does not have a church of the former denomination. Eight of their twelve children are still living: Mary (Mrs. Orin Bard) and Fern, both of Mount Union; Richard, C'oraopolis; William, Hustonto\vn; Thelma (Mrs Roy Peterson), Cumberland, Md. De\vees and Eugen?, Orbisonia and Vesta (Mrs. Charles Wettz), Srnithfield. One son, Charles, was killed in a blast at the powder plant in Mount Union in 1918. The other three children died in in•fancy. The Ulshes are quite proud of their 24 grandchildren and 14 (Treat-grandchildren. Their son, Eugene-Ulsh, served as a radanYian during the war. A oyd Ulsh of Orbisonia \\ ho is in the Navv-at Guam. •WITH THE SICK Mrs. W. B. Spang of 1210 Moore Street, Huntingdon, is confined to iier home by the grippe and laryn- itis. Her many iriends wish for her a speedy recovery. SHADE GAP COUPLE ' FETED fcY FAMILY A delightful surprise dinner was held in ho?ior of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Snyder of Shade Gap on Sun day, January 19, at Shacly. Inn. The occasion-was in celebration of the forty-first ' wedding anni- v.rsary of .Mr. and, Mrs. Snyder. Included in the group were: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Snyder, Mr. and Mr.s. L? J. Snyder and .children, Joan, Billy and Joey of Mount Union; Mr.-and Mrs. H. J, Snyder and daughter, Deborah, Lewistown; Mr. and Mis. J. B. Locke and daughters, Bonnie and Crystal, of Shade 1 Gap; Mr. and Mrs. William T. Corbin and children, Sharon and Butchie of Rockhill Furnace. Casual Frock

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