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The Republic from Meyersdale, Pennsylvania • 4

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The Republici
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Meyersdale, Pennsylvania
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PAGE 4 MEYERSDALB REPUBLICAN DEC. 1963 A irsman Resigns County A uditorPost Report Bond Sales Increasing: in Pa. Cash sales of government 'and bonds totaled $83,881 dur sales chairman George C. Cook. Bond sales totaled $57,881 and bonds came to $28,000, it 1 -I ing November, according to an announcement by county bond was reported Church League oijous Ureetiiujs 111 Health Is the Reason; Lansberry Fills Vacancy I STANDINGS Pet May the spiritual inspiration of Attend the i Salisbury 2 0 1.000 i Springs 2 1 .667 (Amity Church 2 1 .667 Meyersdale Brethren 0 2 .000 Harry S.

Airsman, a member Christrias Day bring you much joy. SECHLER Church of Brethren 0 2 .000 I After a week's delay in Meyers- MRS. LAURA FIEG Mrs. Laura Fieg, 79. of Frie dale Church Basketball league schedule due to the Christmas ot the Somerset County Board of Auditors for years, resigned his post late last week.

He was a Republican member of the board and had been re-elected to a four-year term at the general ejection in November. Mr. Airsman, in tendering his dens, RD 2, died Dec. 22 at Somerset Community Hospital. She MOTOR CO.

MEYERSDALE, PA. holiday there is little to report She is survived by four sons, Harry of Rockwood RD Mah-lon of Berlin, RD Elmer of Somerset RD 1, and Garland of Jeannette; three daughters, Mrs. Hilda Stoy of Somerset RD 5, Mrs. Hazel Stahl of Somerset and Mrs. Pearl Snyder of fiock- oDAMCEo TUESDAY, DEC.

31 at However, the loop will resume next Monday, Dec. 30, at 6:30 i 1 wood; one sister, Mrs. Anna; p.m. in elementary gymnasium. Teams scheduled to play are: Church of Brethren vs.

Meyers-dale Brethren and Salisbury vs. Amity Church. Since the Methodist Church is not operating in the league this New Year's Eve was born Aug. 16, 1884, in Somerset county, daughter of the late Samuel and Rose Ann Darr She was preceded in death by her first husband, Jacob Hay. She is survived by her husband, McKinley Fieg; three sons, Eugene and Emory Hay, both of Friedens, RD 2, and Harry Meyers, Friedens, RD four daughters, Mrs.

Earl Hoover of Gar-i resignation to judge Thomas F. Lansberry by letter, gave ill health as the reason for the resignation. I Judge Lansberry immediately -appointed Robert R. Miles of Moore of Friedens RD 27 grandchildren and 24 great-grand children. vvt a She was a member of Rockwood Salisbury American Legion.

Music by "MIKE'S RAMBLERS" Church of the Brethren. Somerset to fill the vacancy, a Served in 1963 year all games that have been scheduled with them have been cancelled. This means that there Friends are hpinp rereived at William J. Wood Funeral Home, I rett, Mrs. Baxter Hamilton of 2 Mr.

Miles served as a county 'auditor through this He will be just two games each eve The first will begin at 6:30 p.m Mount Jackson, Mrs. Lloyd Rockwood, where services will be conducted at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday by the Rev. W. F.

Berkebile. Trent oi rieoens and Mrs. Har was appointed to the post upon resignation of Daniel Morgan and the second around 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY, DEC. 31 American Legion MEYERSDALE, PA.

rison leg of Friedens RD one sister, Mrs. Etta Holder of Som Interment will be in the Hauger: Hooversville, who also resign All- teams playing should be prompt and ready to play at the (jemetery, Kockwood. ADA M. MORGAN erset; 26 grandchildren; 44 greatgrandchildren and one time they are scheduled. Ada M.

Morgan, 82, of Rock ed Decause ot in neaitn. -I Mr. Miles, 61, has lived in Som-gerset most of his life. He was in sthe newspaper distribution business in Somerset at one time 4.and also in the hardware store i i i Friends are being received at wood, died Dec. 21 in Rockwood.

HARRY AIRSMAN jonn ri. ueaner uneral Home, Stoystown, until 11:30 a.m. Tues She was born March 4, 1881, the daughter of Jonathan P. and Elizabeth Peck Growall. White Christmas (Continued Page 1) ported open throughout the county Monday, they were not in good shape and a heavy snowfall could result in plenty of trouble day, when the' remains will be Music by "THE 4 GUYS" Sauerkraut and Noise Makers Admission: $1.00 Cover Charge per Couple, plus your Membership Card removed to the Mizpah Lutheran Church to lie in state from 12:30 She was preceded in death by Youth Take Part In Pa.

Farm Show uusiueas ui xrciiui. ne also wurn- ed for a time with Columbia Gas Co. and for the Critchfield Co. Mr. Miles will be given his oath of office, along with other county her husband and is survived by four sons; Lloyd, William and Robert of Rockwood.

and John; fr(ij officials on Saturday, Jan. 4, at ror tne state Hignway Department. There are no problems this to 2 p.m., the time of service. The Rev. Glenn Heasley will officiate.

Interment will be in the Mizpah Cemetery. MRS. EMMA S. SCHROCK li a.m. by judge Lansberry.

1 ZTZSA Club exhibitors and Tum for J. Growall of McKeesport and one vocational (Pi.t.irpr uwnU. vruiuiei week as far as transportation of Mr. Airsman, who served for rarraers many years as county auditor, students to and irom school is concerned since school is closed was well known throughout the great-grandchildren. Mann said cash awards for the county.

Mrs. Emma Susan Schrock, 77, of Rockwood, died Dec. 22 at Meyersdale Community Hospital. She was born May 8, 1886, in Brothers valley daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Cossel She was a member of the EUB( time nigh of $63 464 Dt Church of Rockwood. Friends are fif from the previous of until Jan.

2 for the holidays. The snow which started to fall Monday morning absolutely guarantees a White Christmas on Wednesday. high a year being received in William J. $754 in State Aid For the Library Wood Funeral Home, Rockwood, where service will be held Tues (Continued From Page 1) She was preceded in death by her husband, Austin Schrock and, one daughter. day at 2 p.m., by the Rev.

L. G. Mulhollem. Interment will be in the Rockwood IOOF Cemetery. 29 district center libraries which Hospital Notes provide local libraries and read ago.

Beef cattle are second highest in premiums, with $11,443, including $2,778 for 4-H Baby Beeves. Poultry prizes total $6,678.50, with $651 added for eggs, $180 for dressed turkeys, and $171 for baby chicks and poults. Other Cash Awards Cash awards offered in other of us to all of youl ssilV ers in their respective areas with informational and other services. Meyersdale library has bene Joyful Xmas for Accident Victims Several Wrecks On Area Roads fited by the state aid to regional libraries too. During the past year The following persons were registered at Meyersdale Community Hospital during the past H.

J. BEAMER FORD SALES, INC. MEYERSDALE, PA. (Continued From Page 1) the Cambria District Library, Johnstown, has provided a phone hopn vcmnnvttrl nnrl Mr Rrnwii ic a manure spreaaer a walking on crutches. A member Main some excitement on east week: Mrs.

Harry E. Baker, Garrett; Mrs. Lloyd Butler, Karl J. Christner, RD 1, Miss Florence Hay, RD 1, Mrs. Thomas Hostet-ler.

John F. Kelly. RD 4, Jesse L. of the family said that he is able and phone service lor this library; contributed $350 worth of new books which the local librarian selected; made available and to get around real good He will return to Pittsburgh for a checkup shortly and at that time he expects to be told just when he Best Wishes for a Merry Christmas. departments: sneep, $5,088, including $900 for 4-H exhibitors; horses, swine, $3,362, including $520 for vocational entries.

Home economics awards total $2,935, including $779 for 4-H, and $1,084.25 for vocational classes. Apples stand eighth in prize totals with $2,644, followed by apiary products, $1,153, and vegetables, $1,095. Awards in 22 other departments to local library patrons books on many particular subjects which the local library could not sup street the other day. The spreader was being drawn west on Main street between the Western Maryland and and railroads by a truck. The driver was not identified.

It Was reported that the spread Smith, Mrs. Margaret B. Stuem-pfle, Mrs. Ronald G. White, Meyersdale; Paul P.

'Daily, Grants-ville, Mrs. Carl R. Harmon, RD 1, John P. Hepler, Miss Pearl ply, and provided otner services, Total subsidies for public library service in 1963-64 will to can return to his job. Evelyn, who is out of school, sustained a fracture of the right leg.

Her cast was removed last er became disengaged from the truck and ran down the street tal $2,080,150 when all payments are made. Forthcoming payments include $163,774 to libraries which serve as county units and $33,000 each to regional library centers Hillegass. Mrs. Maurice btrawn, Berlin; Mrs. Roy J.

Pletcher, RD 3, Mrs: Alva M. Tressler, Mrs. Robert O. Trice, RD 1, Rock-wood; Miss Frances M. Robert and individual categories range THE OPENING OF AUSTIN'S Used Car Lot Phone 7606 ROUTE 219, WORTH BERLIN, PA.

At Maust Brother's Garage SELLING NEW AND USED CARS OUR CARS ARE SELLING FOR $200 AND $300 LESS THAN BOOK PRICES. week and she, too, walks on cruthches. Eugene, 14, sustained bad lacerations of the face, head and ears. His condition was serious oown to wf. These include corn to the side.

Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident and the spreader apparently was not the worse after the accident. small grains, potatoes, potato son. Boynton: Arthur bhirer. Ad grading, grass silage, hay, tobac dison; Morris Wagner, Salis but he nad been treated by a Pittsburgh face specialist. His It was reported that Joe Fullem and William Young, both of Mey co, edible nuts, maple products, entomology, Christmas trees, treatment is continuing also.

ersdale, along with a third car. Others who were injured in the were involved in a three-car acci at university farK, Pittsburgh and' Philadelphia. Somerset County Library received the customary $4,000 from the state, pro rata percentage of annual appropriation of County Commissioners to the County Library. Want Ads Wanted dent on Salisbury street last accident were Mrs. Brown daughter, Mary Catherine, son John R.

and son, Michael. These MEYERSDALE, PA. wool, tractor driving, horse pulling, folk "dance, school exhibits, school demonstration contests, sheep blocking and grooming, and good housekeeping in the dairy barns. State Agriculture Secretary Le-land H. Bull, whose department conducts the show, said the premium awards "helps to stimulate excellence in all of the var bury; Albert Witt, Wellersburg.

Discharged: Mrs. Dale Miller, Dale Miller, MacDonaldton; Mrs. Larry Bodes, RD 1, Sherwood (Duke) Holbert; Mrs. William Johnson, Mrs. Milton Hershber-ger, RD 4, Mrs.

Robert T. Kelly Brenneman, RD 1, Ware Deeter, Meyersdale; Charles Kurtz, Robert M. Mays, Mrs. David Ralph Hillegas, RD 3, Berlin; Harold Weimer, RD 1, Somerset; Kathleen lour have recovered. Near Mercer, Pa.

The head-on collision in which the Browns were injured occurred near Mercer, as a tragic Thursday evening in the vicinity of the Dairy Dale restaurant. No One Is Injured Meyersdale borough police said they had no report of the accident, although it was understood that no one was injured. In another area accident, a car and a truck collided on Route '64 OLDS JETSTAR 88 (NEW) 4-door hardtop, automatic, radio and heater, Full Factory Warranty. '64 OLDS DYNAMIC 88 (NEW) 4-door sedan, automatic, radio, heater. Full Factory Warranty.

'63 CADILLAC COUPE DeVILLE Benton blue, 11,000 actual miles, automatic, radio and heater. '63 PONTIAC CATALINA Station wagon, automatic, radio and heater. '63 PONTIAC CATALINA Convertible with automatic, radio and heater. I liSl '63 PONTIAC LEMANS Sport coupe with automatic, radio and heater. '63 CORVAIR MONZA Automatic, radio and heater.

'61 CORVAIR MONZA Four on the floor. '61 FORD GALAXIE 500 4-door sedan, automatic, radio and heater. '56 LINCOLN CAPRI 4-door, power windows, 6-way power seat, fully equipped. In exceptionally good condition. ious departments and thereby end to a happy two-week vacation.

The Browns were returning home at the time, drawing their Beachy, Dennis' George, Fred contribute to higher standard oi quality in the state's agricul erick A. Holliday, Grantsville, 219 a mile north of Meyersdale near Gnagey Pony farm. trailer with the family car. Mrs. James Will, New Bal ture." (PNSJ while there were many tense State police reported that the moments for the family and their car was driven by J.

W. Stephens Producers' Tip 49, Brookville, and the truck was timore; George Hoover, KD Garrett; Mrs. 1 a Folk, Springs; Mrs. Dale Myers, Mrs. William Mitchell RD 3, Rock-wood: Mrs.

Oscar Harmon, Acci friends immediately after the accident, their recoveries have been no less than remarkable and there will be much for them to be Be sure that your feeders, wa- terers, and nests grow in num joyful about this Christmas. dent, Mrs. Garland Durst, Jennings, Mrs. David Kin- All these cars were traded for others or bought from individuals. None came from automobile auction.

ALL CARS ARE GUARANTEED being operated by Donald Whip-key, 29, Greensburg. The two vehicles collided at 3:30 p.m. last Wednesday. Damage was estimated at $2,200. Stpehens was treated at Meyersdale Community Hospital for a cut above his right eye, police bers with your flock size, says Floyd W.

Hicks, extension poultry specialist at The Pennsylvania State University. smger, RD 1, bausbury. Enthusiasm is the best fuel to warm up a cold prospect. There go, i 3 wishing you a merrx in MERRY CHRISTMAS II 1 --ssw reportea. Water System Here To Be Fluoridated (Continued From Page 1) ity's engineers has been changed Born in Meyersdale Community Hospital: To Mr.

and Mrs. James H. Will, New Baltimore, daughter, Dec. from Ellis Banksen and Son to 17. Banksen Engineering, Inc.

By resolution, the authority voted to To Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Rockwood, daughter, Dec. 18.

To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly continue using the services of this firm under the new name. It was revealed that the two-way radio equipment recently purcnased nas been received and Meyersdale, daughter, Dec. 18.

To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. White; Meyersdale, son, Dec. 19.

To Mr. and Mrs. David A. Kin-singer, RD 1, Salisbury, daughter, Dec. 19.

To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Mitch installed.

The equipment is work ing pertectly. The new billing machine has been received also and will be put into use soon. The term of Harry F. Habel as ell, RD 3, Rockwood, Dec. 19.

To Mr. and Mrs. Garland O. an authority member comes to an end this month. The borough Durst, Jennings, daughter, Dec.

19. 11 council will fill the position prob To Mr. and Mrs. Llovd Butler. ably sometime during January.

'nil Meyersdale, son, Dec. 12. The next regular authority meeting is scheduled for January To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W.

17. Hostetler, Meyersdale, daughter, Dec. 22. and here we go To Mr. and Mrs.

Carl R. Har Dr. Benjamin of Phila W. H. BALDWIN'S Store MEYERSDALE, PA.

delphia Disepnsary, the first of mon, RD 1, Berbn, Dec. 22. mTfFUTro tl 'Clll of US at To and Mrs. Roy C. Plet delphia Diispensary, the first of its Kind in America.

cher, RD 3, Rockwood, twin sons, Dec. 22. NATIONAL BANK Wishing You All A Most Heart Warming And MERRY CHRISTMAS As the radiance of His great love shines down upon us, may your hearts be filled with joy and peace this Christmas-time. and many thanks to all you wonderful people whose friendship has been so heartwarming during (he year and has made our 15th Anniversary so successful. FRITZ MARKET MEYERSDALE, PA.

Miller's Department Store GREETI NGS BAER COMPANY MEYERSDALE. PA. MEYERSDALE, PA..

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