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EAST BERLIN NEWS COMET YORK SPRINGS ^^·k^^ ^^hiB^^ ^a^ato V ^^^BM ··HvaisiiiiiiV ,··*··· 4fcA«fcAA«fcAAA»fc«fcA«fcA«iVAA«fcAA«fcAtifcAAAAA*ifc*ftAAAAiifc»ifcA«fciBfcAA«jfcAAAA»fc»j% VOL.LXIV EAST BERLIN, PA., NOVEMBER 19, 1943 NO. 25 EAST BERLIN NEWS NOTES Philip, son of Dr. and Mrs. Burnell Orlmm. Hampton, who had been a patient at the Hanover hospital, has returned to his home. Don't forget, In your gift planning, that the home paper to some friend or relative In the service, would be an appreciated one. Mrs. Laura E. Rodkey, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Deatrlck and Miss Ruth Deatrlck, were guests of Mrs. Rodkey's daughter, Mrs. John Ralm, and family, Manchester, Md. ·~. Henry Qochenour, who has been J'.-esiding at his town property on Harrisburg street since the sale of his farm at Kralltowii, some months ago, has been confined to ted. The East Berlin* F.F.A. chapter held its regular meeting In the agriculture room of the local high school November 10. The president, Robert Meckley, presided. There were 38 members present. Letters of administration on estate of Maggie Mummert, late of Paradise township, have been granted Jacob A. Mummert. Mrs. John Sherwood Kohler, the former Alice Philips, returned with her husband to Florida, where he is an Army instructor. They are now housekeeping. Pvt. John Gentzler, stationed at Fort Knox, Ky., spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gentzler, here. Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Mummert were York visitors Friday. The temperature dropped to 20 degrees Tuesday night. Hayes L. Anthony and his son, William, will clerk at the Mary Altland sale on Dec. 2. "Bill" is becoming expert along this line and seems to enjoy the work. A Union Thanksgiving service will be held in Zwingli Reformed church here Wednesday evening, Nov. 24, at 7:45 o'clock. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Irwin Lau, York, former member of Trinity Lutheran church here. Mrs. John Myers will be hostess to members of the Home Economics group on Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 8. The Mummert market property, at the-Square, is being painted by Daniel Lease. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gentzter attended the Lutheran rally held in St. James church, Gettysburg, on Sunday evening, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the United Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. George Thoman near here, announce the birth ol their first granddaughter. The chile was born in the York hospital and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs William Hoover, of York. Mrs NOTICE CHURCH SERVICES Trinity Lutheran The Rev. Snyder Alleman, Pastor Sunday school, 9 a. m.; evening worship, 7:30 o'clock; Luther League, 6:30 p. m. Evangelical and Reformed The Rev. Richard E. Shaffer, Pastor New Chester, St. John's church-Worship service, 930 a. m. Hampton, Emmanuel church- Worship service, 11 a. m. her marriage was Hoover before Nora Thoman. Pood conservation, a Federal government project, which was sponsored by the local school board, closed a ten weeks' course Monday evening when a supper was served to the members. Mrs. Bernlce Staley hlg-h school teacher, of Home Economics, was in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chronlster Abbottstown street, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Herman, West King street, attended the funeral of their stepmother, Mrs. Olive Virginia Herman, wife of H. C. Herman, York Springs R. 2. Adams county's civilian defense .set-up functioned with only minor hitches Wednesday morning when the county took part in the first.air raid test since the state council of defense announced Oct. 14 that it would call no further tests, leaving future test,-; to the military authorities. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Zeigler anc son, Clyde, have moved to the Ernest Masemer, Jr., property, on Abbottstown street and have rented their farm in Reading township to his nephew. Mr. Zeigler has accepted a position as salesman for Paul M Murphy Real Estate and Insurance agent, with office in York and at his residence here. See add. Jacob Mummert and family, Portsmouth, Va., have been visiting his father, Ezra Mummert, Paradise Twp.. prior to their removal to California. Mr. Mummert, who has been a Navyyard machinist, has been transferred to the Navy yard at San Francisco. The family, who had lived In Portsmouth for ten years have been frequent visitors to East Berlin. , The John Paxton sale at Clear / Springs was well attended and good ' -'prices were realized. Prices included *101 for a range, $70 for a Heatrola, $90 for refrigerator, $70 for a kitchen cabinet, used fifteen yean. One hundred pullets, not yet laying, brought $1.00 a piece. Mr. Paxton is residing with his son, Elmer and family, York. Mrs. Paxton is one of th» daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Grove, this place. Since alerts and practice blackouts have been called off, the nubile should not Imagine that there won't be any more of the same. All members of Home Defense, hold yourselves in readiness, s as alerts and blackouts can come any minute, and they can be the real thing. Keep awake, vigilant and ready. BIRDEB A. JACOBS, . Chairman of Defense Holtzachwamm The Rev. John S. Royer, Pastor Worship sen-Ice, 9:30 a. m. Sunday school at 10:30 a. in. Church of the Brethren The Rev. J. Monroe Danner, Elder East Berlin--Sunday school at 9 . m. Hampton--Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; preaching at 10:30 a. m. The Evangelical and Reformed Charge Rev. D. F. Ehlman, PhD., Pastor Emanuel church, Abbottstown: Sunday school, C. J. Meckley, supt., at 10 a. m.; worship service at 9 . m. A Union Thanksgiving service by the Lutheran and R e f o r m e d churches will be held in Emmanuel church on Thursday evening, November 25th, at 8 o'clock, when the Rev. Snyder Alleman will preach the sermon. The theme for the Sunday morning sermon will be, "Helping God Through Stewardship." Abbottstown Lutheran Charge The Rev. Snyder Alleman, Pastor Sunday school at 9 a. m.; church worship at 10:15 a. m.; Luther League at 6:30 p. m. EAST BERLIN NEWS NOTES The seventeenth annual memorial service of the Adams County Firemen's association will be held at Zlon Lutheran church, Falrneld, Sunday afternoon, November 21, at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Ida Brownfleld and daughter, Margaret of Riderwood, Md., and 8. E. Weaver, of Route One, were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Emma Wehler and Miss Nancy Weaver of this place. O. 8. Hofman and family, of R. had as guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Swam and daughter, and Mrs. Theophilus Hofman, of Shlloh. Miss Katharine Sinner returned to he home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Sinner, after a visit with her sister Mrs. Fred Diehl and amlly, Bedford. Lester Murry, a grade pupil of the Bragtown school, suffered a fractured arm at two places when he fell off the chicken house roof while playing. The injury was treated at he Carlisle hospital. Kenneth Messinger, United States Navy, spent a short furlough at the lome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Messinger, near Nashville, and visited Mrs. Lester Wagner and Ray Mummert and families in this place. Mrs. Cline Bassett and son. Clarence, of near town, have gone to Sebring, Florida, to spend two weeks with relatives. John Leib returned to Baughman- ville after a month's visit at Malta, Mont., his former home, where some months earlier his wife and daughter, Norma, had also visited their son, Harold, and family. Mrs. Dorothy Sharpe Shelter, wife of Mcrl R. Shelter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Shelter who had been with her husband at Wash., D. C., is residing with her parents-in-law in this place, her Husband having been recently transferred to an undisclosed location. Cpl. Fred Shelter, who was on furlough here last week, returned to Pawley's Island, S. C., accompanying his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Richard Owings Riggs, to St. Mary's Paradise The Rev. William J. Burke, Pastor First Mass Sunday at 7 a. m.; second Mass at 8:30 a. m.; evening devotions at 7:15 p. m. COURT ITEMS Five verdicts in favor of John Costello, Wilkes-Barre, defendant in the action in trespass suit brought by five Gettysburg residents, were returned by a jury at 5:45 o'clock Tuesday evening. Edward Swope. Mrs. Evelyn Swope Neely, Mrs. Bertha Gulp, Mrs. Esther Hayberger and Frank Slonaker, all of Gettysburg were suing Costello for damages as a result of a two- car collision in York Springs, March 21, 1942. The women defendants were Injured. Costello admitted on the stand Tuesday morning that his car had skidded on the slope of the hill to the south of York Springs and struck the Swope car which was returning at the time from Harrisburg. The car was owned by Mr. Swope, and driven by Mrs. Neely. A jury hearing an assault and battery case against Cletus Plank, Biglerville R. 2, returned with a verdict of guilty after a half hour's deliberation at 4 o'clock. H. T. Stauffer, Gettysburg, was foreman for the Plank jury. Michael MacCarty. Berwick township, who was indicted Friday on a charge of pointing a gun, entered a plea of nolle contendere, shortly before the Adams county court began its November trials Monday morning. MARK E. TBONE--44 BalU. St., Hanover, hat ladles' and gents' birthstone ring*. $6.00 to $40,00; waterproof stainless case service watches; fountain pens,$1.75; pearls. Largest assortment of Jewelry In Hanover. See window for rlng» and Jtwtlry. HER SMILE CHEERS V. S. ARMY PATIENTS Assigned to the station hospital at Hondo Army Air field, Hondo, Tex., Second Lieutenant Beulah Charlotte Livingston administers a charming smile along with expert nursing care to patients In the hospital. Doctors agree that her smile acts as a perfect catalytec agent for their prescriptions. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Livingston of Abbottstown, Lieutenant Livingston received her nurses certificate from New York City hospital in 1941. After graduation she worked at the York hospital until she Joined the army In May, 1942 She was sent first to the advanced flyings school hospital at Lake Charles, La. In November of 1943 she was sent to Tondo Army Air field. Lieutenant Livingston says, ·I'm having a swell Uiaa and learning a lot In the army. I know my work U Important and that make* me genuinely happy." D E A T H S Mr*. Mary Wilt Snangler Mrs. Mary Wilt Spanglcr, 66, widow of Charles Spangler, died at he home of her daughter, Mrs. Dale Reefer, In Sharon, on Wednes- lay morning at 8 o'clock, after » wo-week's Illness. The deceased has been a life-long resident of York Springs and vicinity. She Is a daughter of the late Alfred E. and Kathryn (Stoke) Wilt. She is survived by one son, George, of Wash- ngton. D. C., and one daughter, Mrs. Keefer; two brothers, O. E. Wilt, of Decatur, 111., and Elmer, who resides in sisters, Mrs. J. Dillsburg; Mrs. Philadelphia, and Mrs. Curtis Sponseller, of New Oxford. The funeral will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. at the Lutheran church, of which she was a member. The serv- ce will be in charge of the Rev. ialph Meckley, and interment will be made In Sunnysidc cemetery. Washington, where they visited Mr Riggs, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Rtgss, Brookeville, Md. Arlington Heiner, Paradise township, last week bought from the Wesley Crumrine estate the Crumrine house at Spring Grove. He took possession on Wednesday. Mr Heiner sold his property in Paradise township to his brother, Russell Heiner. Pfc. William S. Elgin, who had been transferred from Lewistown to Harrisburg, was a week-end visitor of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Elgin. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Serff, tills place, accompanied by Mrs. Ellen Reisinger and Albert Sprenkle, of York, returned from MlUvllle, where they were week-end guests of Leo A. Miller and family. Mrs. Miller is the former Kathleen Serff. Seaman Wilbur Keener, of this place, who was Inducted into the Navy recently, is stationed at the Naval Training Station at Sampson, N. Y. Gilbert ("Dick") Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Myers, Elgin 111., has been called to Army service. His father, a native of Easl Berlin and a former teacher, wil take his son's classes until his return. The soldier's parents plan to reside with his wife at Big Rock Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Boyer, near town, have been informed that their youngest son, Roy, is stationed wit! the Army somewhere in Africa, doing radio service. Another of their four sons, Bill, is at a Texas Army camp. California: three L. Kauffman, of Jules Marte, of Jesse Allen Paxton , Jesse Allen Paxton, 60, Huntington township farmer, died Wednesday morning at 5:10 o'clock at his home, York Springs R. 2. A complication of diseases caused death. He had been in failing health for the last few weeks. A native of Cumberland county, Mr. Paxton had lived for the last 30 years In Huntington township. He was a farmer all of his life. He was a son of the late Samuel and Josephine (Sowers) Paxton. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Delia Lehmer Faxton, and these children: Murphy Paxton, Spring Grove; Mrs. Daniel Elicker, Mrs. Charles May and Mrs. John Gochenour, all of York Springs, and Mrs. Glenn Darr, at home; eight grandchildren, one great grandchild; a brother, John Paxton, York, and two sisters, Mrs. Hallie Miller and Mrs. Crist Pentz, both of York. There are a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Pit- tenturf funeral home at Y o r k Springs with the Rev. Earl Ensminger officiating. Interment in the Dillsburg cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday evening, from 7 to 9 Miss Elizabeth Lerew Miss Elizabeth Lerew, a resident of the Dillsburg community the greater part of her life, died Sunday morning at the Church of the Brethren home, Huntsdale. She was 76 years old. Miss Lerew was a member of the Wolgamuth Church of the Brethren. Surviving are four brothers, W. H., John A. and Walter C. Lerew, all of Dillsburg, and Ervin Lerew, Mechanicsburg. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p. m. from the Cocklin funeral home at Dillsburg. Interment was made in the cemetery adjoining the Wolgamuth church. Soldier Dies At York Springs A formal coroner's Inquest Into the death early Monday morning of Pfc. Ralph Shatiler, 19, Laureldale, Pa., in an auto crash at the York Sprints intersection, will be opened Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the court house by Dr. C. G. Crist, county coroner. Friday's testimony will be confined to the questioning of Shatiler's three soldier companions who may not be available at a later date when occupants of the other car arc able to be questioned at another inquest session, the date of which has not been set. Harold Little remains unconscious. Burnell Raubenstine was discharged from the hospital. A Berks county soldier returning to his post at Fort Meyer, Virginia, was fatally injured and two companions were hurt when their car collided with a machine bearing four Hanover boys home from a roller skating party at Carlisle. The crash occurred Monday morning at 2 o'clock at the York Springs intersection. All ol the Hanover youths were injured, at least one ol them seriously, while a fourth soldier escaped with a shaking up. Both cars were badly damaged. PFC. Ralph Shatzler. 19. Laureldale. Berks county, was killed instantly. He was thrown out of the car. suffering a fracture of the skull and internal injuries. PFC. Milton Manbeck, 29, Ono. Lebanon county, owner and operator of the car in which the soldiers rode, escaped with cuts about the head and bruises. PFC. Earl Funk. 23, Lebanon R. 3, suffered a shoulder injury and cuts about the head. PFC. William Kelly. 37, Kingston, Pennsylvania, was not injured. The soldiers were taken to the Warner hospital and later Monday morning were removed to the Army hospital at the Carlisle barracks. The other injured are: Harold Little, 18. son ot Mr. and Mrs. Walter Little. Hanover, fractured skull, numerous abrasions of extremities. His condition was described as serious Monday at the Warner hospital although somewhat improved from the time of his admission. Francis Altland, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Altland, Abbottstown, fractured back, laceration of left upper eye-lid, multiple contusions and abrasions of right elbow and right knee. His condition was described today as satisfactory at the hospital. Leonard Zinn, 18. 116 Westminster avenue, Hanover, internal chest injuries, multiple lacerations of the Robert Berchbill, Dlllsburg R. D. 3, was admitted to the Carlisle hospital. James Frederick Williams, Dover ft. D. 1, and Sarah Jane Beaver, lsburg, were granted a marriage icense. Mrs. Louise Bowman sold her real estate, now tenanted by M. E. Shil- | summoned as jurors lor the Cum- lito and family, Saturday afternoon i berland county December term of to Charles Rider for $5,100. court. A Sunday school teachers' train- The November meeting of the ing class will be organized Sunday Triology club was held at the home afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Dills-;of Mrs. William Mel. Lott, York burg Lutheran church. The minis-' Springs R. D. DILLSBURG YORK SPRINGS NEWS EVENTS Roy R. and Hilda S. Anderson, Latimore township, sold to Edward and Mary J. Vincent, Biglervllle, a two-acre property in Latimore township. Clinton B. Matthew and Harry E. Kuhn, Gardners R. 2, have been ters of the district will select the material and teach the course, which is open to both primary and adult Sunday school teachers and to anyone interested in church work. A Thank offering will be held in the United Brethren church Sunday evening, November 28. Flowers were placed in the United Brethren church Sunday morning by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harbold in memory of their daughter. Elizabeth. Jean Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Graham, has been on the sick list. The Winners Sunday school class of the United Brethren church met at the home of Mrs. Woodrow Farrence, Thursday evening. Dr. Huntley, a returned missionary from Africa now serving as captain in the army, delivered the Cpl. Albert Rose, of Gardners, who had been receiving his mail in care of the postmaster, Nashville. Tenn., is now being addressed in care of the postmaster, New York city. Patients discharged from the morning message in the U. B Sunday morning. The Girl Scout Troop sponsored a house-warming as a surprise to their' leader, Mrs. Birdie Krall, at her home in Dillsburg. Mrs. Joseph Shupp Mrs. Mary C. Shupp, widow of Joseph H. Shupp, died Sunday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carson H. Nelson, in Chestnut Street, Mt. Holly Springs. She was 59 years old and was a member of the Lutheran Church at Mt. Holly Springs. Surviving her are her mother, Mrs. Frank A. Coulson, of Dillsburg, and these brothers and sisters, Elmer Coulson, York Springs; Roy Coulson and Mrs. Sherrel Strayer, both of Dillsburg; Mrs. Vance Stitzel and Mrs. Harry Trostle. both of York Springs R. D., and Mrs. Elsie Wolf, of Harrisburg. Services were held on Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock at the Lutz I funeral home, with the Rev. Robert M. Wise officiating, assisted by the Lundy. Interment was made Warner hospital included Mrs. Sterling McCauslin, Biglerville R. 1, and Mrs. Bruce Wolfe and infant daughter. Cheryl Lee, Biglerville. Pvt. Willis C. Smith, York Springs R. D.. is at Camp Wheeler, Ga. Mrs. Foster Group, Gardners R. D., has been seriously ill at her home. Charles N. Gibb. a native of York Springs, who is connected with the U. S. Department of Agriculture and stationed in Mississippi, is visiting his patents. Mr. and Mrs. John Gibb, of Carlisle, until after the holidays. CHURCH NOTICES York Springs Lutheran Chart* Rev. Ralph W. Meckley, Pastor York Springs--9:30, morning worship, "As I Far.give;" 10:30, .church school, Mrs. Chas. D. Reinecker. supt. Bermudian--9:30, church school, Mrs. H. E. Menges, supt.: 11:00, morning worship, "As I Forgive." Chestnut Grove -- 9:30, church school, Donald Ernst, supt. The Methodist Chorch Rev. Earl N. Rowe, Minister York Springs--9:30, church school, George Smith, supt.; 10:45 public worship; sermon theme: "The God We Worship." Tuesday, Nov. 23 -- Community Thanksgiving service in the York Springs Lutheran church at 7:45 p. m. Rock Chapel--9:30, public worship; sermon theme: "The God We Worship." , h i Mr. Glbb has not been m good . cnurcn nealth and he ls nome for ,, rest Sgt. "Abe" Townsend stopped over in York Springs to see his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Townsend, on Monday. He was on his way to Reading to pick up an -airplane to Church of God, Near York Springs Rev. H. R. Rittenhouse, Pastor Sunday school at 9 a. m.; Young People's service at 7 p. m.; evening service at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday at 8 p. m. Edward Morelock, of Harrisburg, take bacfc to Teimessee whe re he is sends word to the Comet that while tearing apart the padded lid of an old chest in which his toys were New Chester Lutheran Charge The Rev. Elmer Drumm. Pastor St. Paul's, "The Pines": Worship service at 9 a. m.; Sunday school at 10 a. m. St. Mark's, Heidlersburg: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; worship service at 10:30 a. m. St. John's, Hampton: Sunday school at 6:30 p. m.; worship service at 7:30 p. m. on maneuvers. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zeiglcr announce the birth of a son at the kept as a child, he discovered al H a n o v e r hospital Saturday. Mrs. WAC Saved Life Of York Soldier copy of the York Springs Comet of 1898 which contained an article about the sinking of the battleship Maine. A cantata will be given Sunday evening. Nov. 21, by the combined high school choirs and Lutheran church choir. The music will be In keeping with the Thanksgiving festivities. Soloists from the Lutheran church choir will be, tenor, Zeigler was the former Alberta Tanger. Word was received here Wednesday of the death of Mrs. Mary been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dale Spangler, York Springs, who has Keefer, Sharon. Last week the Comet published that Mr. and Mrs. Harry Junkins were celebrating their 49th wedding anniversary. They were celebrating Harold Lawson; bass, Clyde Grove; thelr 5^ weddlng anniversary. alto, Mrs. Elmer Sealover and Mrs. Mrs Melvln P. Wiley; soprano, Miss Shcfler. of the high school faculty. Mae Ju nkins, 53, widow of c i ayton A. Junkins, fonnerly of Yo rk Springs, died Sunday at her A 15-minute recital on the church nome m Harrisburg. She is survived organ will be given by Miss Elsie Sadler preceding the cantata. (Please Torn to Pate 61 Mt. Holly Springs Burgess Walter Knipple has completed 250 feet of concrete pavement face and scalp, possible fracture of | around his newly built house. the skull. He had several teeth knocked out. Hospital authorities reported his condition "satisfactory for the present." Burnell Raubenstine, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raufcenstine, 552 South Franklin street, Hanover, Jesse J. Gitt has given his home a coat of white paint. Earl G. Rank, Jr., is now stationed with the 1st Division Fleet in San Francisco, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dowd, of Mt. Holly Springs, have received word minor contusions of the face, sprain-I «i at the new address ot thelr son ' ed back, cerebral concussion. His condition is not serious. He also is a patient. Private George Ackerson of the Gettysburg substation of the state police investigated the fatality and said that Leonard Zlnn admitted he was the driver of the Hanover caf, owned by Little's brother, Robert D. Little, now serving in the armed forces. (Please Turn to Pate Mrs. Harold E. Spangler, who resides at the home of her parents, '" «» »«· Holly Springs Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hodgson, Sunny Mrs - shu PP was a native of Lat " Sunnyi Slopes Farm, near the Red Run church, is visiting her husband, Aviation Cadet Harold E. Spangler, at Moody Field, Ga. Mrs. Lizzie Hull entertained Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Kohr and son, Paul, Mrs. Alice Reiver and Miss Bessie Reiver, of York, and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Krall and sons, Warren and Laverne, of this place. Mrs. Ezra L. Burgard, who spent more than a year In York in attendance upon Mrs. Alverta Bubb Coulson, has returned to East Berlin where she will live permanently. Mrs. Coulson, one of the four sisters of Mrs. Virginia Zeigler, this place, and a native of this section, Is not at all well, due to advanced age. ON PAT DAT-BUY BOND* Miss Mary Altland, who has been In poor health for some time. Is now unable to walk, due to arthritis.* Miss Altland, who live* with her father, Abraham Altland, here, plans to have public tale of her possessions at the CleUu Mummert garage Dec. 2, and then to make her home with York relatives. Her little niece, Mary Elisabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Melvln Altland. Route 9, hat been staying with her. MS GOLD SEAL KCOS-41N LHNHABDT MMM. rib more Township. Mrs. Amos K. Shearer Mrs. Amos K. Shearer, 50, York Springs R. 2, died at her home in Huntington township Saturday evening at 9:50 o'clock from a complication of diseases. She had been in ill health several months. The deceased was a daughter of the late Robert E. and Elizabeth (Stone) Galbraith and lived the last 11 years in Huntington township. In addition to her husband she is survived by eight children, Helen, East Berlin R. D.; Mrs. Elizabeth Glbbs, East Berlin R. D.; Sergeant Herbert, who receives his mall in care of the New York postmaster; Lola, Harrisburg; Robert, Baltimore; Erma, Mechanlcsburg; Mary and Margaret, at home; one grandchild; six brothers and sisters, Walter'Gal- braith, Clinton, Ohio; Mrs. Russell McKennon. Revlot, Pa.; John Galbraith, Waynesboro; Elmer Galbraith, Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Floyd Palmer, Flint, Michigan, and Mrs. Arthur weidinger, Akron, Ohio. A number of nephews and nieces also survive. Funeral services from the Pltten- turf funeral home, York Springs, Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with further services *t the Lower Bermudian church Two Injured In Holly Pike Crash Two persons were injured, one of them critically, when a convertible coupe crashed into the bridges over the Yellow Breeches Creek at Keim's Mill, along the Mt. Holly Springs Pike, about 11 o'clock Thursday evening. Most seriously hurt- is C. Nissley Hoak, 36, of Harrisburg. son of Charles A. Hoak! prominent milk dealer, suffered possible puncture of the lung, probable fractures of ribs, right hip and right knee. Mary Ooley, of 50 East High Street, Carlisle, suffered undetermined injury to her left knee and right ankle, and a laceration over the right eyebrow. Miss Ooley told hospital attendants that another man whom she identified as Russell A. Helltr, of Laurel Lake, Gardners R. 2, also was a passenger in the car. He disappeared after the accident and apparently escaped injury. The car was going south, took the curve at high speed, sidcswip- ing jthe first bridge, then veered diagonally across to the left side of the road, ramming the second bridge head on. The machine was demolished. Police said the car was operated by Hoak and that the machine Is his. Hoak and Miss Ooley were taken to the Carlisle hospital in the Community Ambulance. Bob, is as follows: Robert E. Dowd, S 2-c, Com. School Bks. 21-B-4, U. S. Boat Basin. Oceanside, Calif. William Sheafler, son of Mrs. Lillie J. Sheaffer, of Mt. Holly Springs, has recently been promoted to the rank of corporal. His address is Cpl. William H. Sheaffcr, 8th Ron. Squad, Troop B, APO No. 184, Desert Training Center, c-o Postmaster, Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Emma Warner, Mt. Holly Springs, was treated at the dispensary for a laceration of the palm of the right hand suffered when she caught the hand'in a wringer. A surprise shower party was held at the home of Mrs. June Dunfee, Chestnut, street. In honor of Mrs. Conrad Jrandshak, the former Miss Bernice Lcidig. Thomas McElwee, Mt. Holly Springs, foundry employe, suffered a laceration of the right hand there Tuesday on an emery wheel and was treated at the hospital. Three sons of Mrs. Maude Murray, G'ardncrs R. D. 2, are in the service, two with the Army and one with the Navy. Cpl. Glenn E. Murray returned to camp after spending a furlough with his mother at Goodyenr. His address is: Cpl. Tech. Glenn E. Murray, Company A, 88th Engr. Bn.. Camp Swift, Texas. His brother, Claur E. Murray, gels his mail through APO 4745, care Postmaster, New York city, while Kenneth G. Murray, M. M. 2-C, has for his address, U. S. C. G. Navy 1503, care Fleet Post Office, New Yorfc city. (PIMM Tmr» to fat* I) CHESTERFIELD COATS -- Sins » to 30. Priced from $14.95 up. MODERN MISS SHOP, Chambers- bur j street, Gettysburg. Continued from page 4 COMING EVENTS The Ladies' Auxiliary of the York Springs fire company will hold a sauerkraut and pork supper and bazaar* Saturday, November 27, from 5 to 10 p. m. Entertainment will be furnished by the musical groups of York Springs high school. Donations of food such as cakes, pies, potatoes, coffee, butter, sour beets and pickles will be appreciated. Donations for the bazaar including needlework, potted plants, pottery by a son and two grandchildren. Harry Junkins, of York Springs R. D., is her brother-in-law. Harry Yohn, Dillsburg R. D., son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Yohn, and orother of Robert Yohn, of York Springs, has been called for induction and will leave this week. Percy Starner, of Starners Station, received a 10-inch gash in the left arm Tuesday. The cut was made ty a wood saw and was sutured by a local surgeon. A number of children are absent from school with whooping cough. Donald I. Moose, Aspers R. 1, who had been stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C., Is receiving his mail in care of the postmaster, New York. Mr. and Mrs. George Mortorff, Gardners, R. 2, announce the birth of a daughter at the Carlisle hospital on November 10. William McCans, Guernsey, observed his 84th birthday Sunday. Pvt. Mark Pfeffer, R. 1. formerly of Littlestown, is now in the Hawaiian Islands. Pvt. Donald Smith, Gardners R. 1, was transferred from the University of West Virginia to Camp Davis, N. C. William H. Smith will celebrate his 80th birthday Saturday. He is active and In good health. Mr. Smith is mentally alert and still ;ontlnues to act in the capacity in which he has served lor many years, as business consultant and advisor to many persons throughout the community. O. M. Bushman, Dillsburg, one of the last of the harness makers in tliis vicinity, will have public sale of his effects on November 24, and will move to Harrisburg. Mr. Bushman Is making the change because of the recent death of his wife. He will make his home with a daughter and will continue in Harrisburg the making of saddlery only. Pvt. Margaret H. Maloney, Rochester, New York, known among the WACs as "Pcewee" because she is just four feet, 11 inches tall, received the soldier's medal for heroism Wednesday for rescuing a York soldier from a gasoline fire in the North African theater. The 26-year-old WAC, believed to be the first woman to be awarded Ihe coveted decoration, was credited with saving the life of Pvt. Kenneth M. Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Jacobs, York, when he fell into a pool of blazing gasoline Sept. 11. His parents said last night that they had received a letter from their son two weeks ago in which he wrote that he was being treated for severe burns. He Is still in a hospital in Oran. Pvt. Maloney received the medal at a ceremony held just two days after she was released from a hospital where she was treated for burns, according to an Associated Press dispatch from Allied Headquarters in Algiers. Kenneth Jacobs is a grandson of Isaac Miller, late cashier of the East Berlin National bank. His parents formerly resided in East Berlin. Marriage Licenses Fred Lincoln Stough, York guerite Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Springs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Stough, Biglerville, and Mar- Mrs. L. Spencer Snyder, York Springs. (Continued on Page 4) UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICE ON TUESDAY On Tuesday at 7:30 p. m., a neighborhood Thanksgiving service for the .people of the York Springs community will be held in the Lutheran church. The Rev. Ralph W. Meckley, pastor of the church, will have charge of the service. The sermon will be given by the Rev. Earl N. Rowe, minister of the Methodist church. A program of special music will be presented by the Lutheran Glee club. This service is one In which it is hoped all congregations will participate and everybody in the community is urged to come and join this service of prayer and Thanksgiving. THE PRESENT THAT LASTS A YEAR -- A subscription to the old dishes, etc., will also be appreciated, home community newspaper. Sale Register Nov. 20--Robert C. Spangler, Tyrone township, livestock, farming implements and household goods. Nov. 20--J. E. Routsong, Bendersville, live stock, farm machinery and household goods. Nov. 20--L. E. Reinecker, agent, will offer at public sale at his residence in Hamilton township, 2 miles north of Abbottstown--live stock, farm implements, etc. Nov. 21--Grover C. Myers, Gardners, household goods, antiques and other articles. At same time and place, household goods of Lois Cockin. Nov. 24--O. M. Bushman Dillsburg, harness and other articles in harness shop. Nov. 25--Ira Eisenhart, East Berlin R. D. 3, stock fanning implements and some household goods. Nov. 26--Grover Myers, Gardners Station, household goods. Nov. 26--Nelson A. Wolf, Abbottstown R. D. 1, livestock, farming implements, etc. Nov. 27--Jacob W. Groscost, along Hunterstown and Heidlersburg road, livestock, farm implements, locust posts, and household goods. Nov. 27--R. E. Crone, Wellsvllle. antiques, glassware, stoves, furniture, Indian relics, etc. Nov. 27--O. M. ushman, Dillsburg. household goods. Dec. 2--Mary Altland. at the Cletus Mummert garage, East Berlin, household goods. Dec. 4--Hiram H. Thomas, Read- Ing township, live stock, farming Implements and household goods. Dec. 11--John D. Brlcker, Huntington township, along road from Gartners to Leighert MO, lit* «tock, and (am machmery. NEWSPAPER!

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