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FACE TWO THE GETTYSBURG TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1951 LEOPOLD FERNER DIES WEDNESDAY Leopold *rraer. 7 3 . Littlestown. died at the Warner hospital Wed- eremnc at 7:30 pjn from a of diseases. He had j Social Happenings Phone Gettysburg 640 %'Met Eiflrni»rrtrr. H'ect Hifk street, has returned from a business trip to New York city. . lirji| CHASE-TAYLOR WEDDING HELD Upper Communities Telephone Mrs. Walton, Biglerville No. 8 Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Taylor, of ' structor of veterans in Biglerville. Tiiocfla v Gettysburg and New York city.'to; has returned from a tour of several M. UCr»U«BJ ^y announced ^ marriage of ^4,. j weeks which took him as far as the 1.800COUNTIANS M«. E-^ert Margaret Barnes, a Presby- daughter. Miss Helen Kressmann : ««· coast. ,.. . ~i Tartar, to Michael Lamont 7hai» at I and historn many scenic fraa* been in ill health for eight years Gettysburg R 4. have returned after terian missionary recently retimed Taylor, to Michael Lamont Chase, at and was admitted to the hospital, a visit with Mrs Logans mother. trvm china, will be the speaker at Bristol. Term., on June 14. Wednesday morning ! Mrs * L Myers. Newcastle. Va. a iomt meeting cf the Women's The bride is s graduate of Big- ^^ Mr Feriner was bom in Vienna " . . . Missionary society and the Women's lerville rugn sciiool and attended and Austria a son of the late Mr and' Lt. and Mrs. DonaM Moan wUI Service Guild of the Presbytenan Antioch college and Columbia uni- Mrs Rudolph Ferner. and came to arrive today from Ft. Bragg. N C. church, next Tuesday evening at verbity At present she is a student the United States when he was about to spend 10 days with Lt Monns the church at 8 o clock at the Carnegie Institute of Tech- Miss Barnes, who is mell known here, is a daughter of the late Dr Smith Barnes and Agnes -Bigham 1 Barnes. Her mother was an Adams 11 years old He was a machinist for mother. Mrs Joseph Monn. Stein the Pennsylvania railroad in Tren- uehr avenue Lt Monn will sail ton. N. J.. and Phihpsburg. N J.. from California the latter part of for 29 years before retiring about - thu month for overseas duty, eight years ago. Prior to making hvs nology school of drama. Mr. Chase, a sun of Mr. and/Mrs. Robert I_. Chase. Denver. Cok.. is a graduate of the Taft school and county native M-ss Barnes' mission- is also a student at the Carnegie home in LatUestowr. three years ago : , lr Lawrence Erkrrt. Sr, ary work in China ha* been s-up- Institute school of drama. Both will Paul'* Lutheran church. BiglervUle. ical points of interest and; Instruction, judged the art exhibits. Six of the county's school joiii- tures. Gettysburg, North Adams. Littlestown. Lower Adams, Upper Adams and Conewago. won Class "A" av.ards for their exhibits m the school an events. The culinary department reported the largest number of cakes. 56. and pies. 26. ever to be entered in that department. One hundred and seventy-six ribbons were awarded in the horticulture exhibit among apples. Mr. and Mrs. C. Arthur Griest. Baltimore, are spendir.g a few days w:th Mr ana Mrs. William C. Tyson. Bigterville. * The September meeting *r the Women's Missionary society of St. The finest gifts for oil . . . lor all occasions, come from our shop. Drop in soon. L BIOCHERS Jewelry Since 1887 in Gallipolis. Ohio, where they Presbyterian church. She is a mem- this year. ber of the Lower Marsh Creek During the summer the couple Presbyterian church where her wen? members of the cast of the family formerly attended sen-ices, ga^,. theater Abingdon Va Pol- Mrs. Walter H. Duiforth will , owmg a vislt nere ^ conduct the devotions for Tuesday's Jean Thomas as the leader. in New Miss Dorothy Nary, BiglerrUle. visited friends in Reading over the meeting and there will be special music. Guild hostesses for the meeting will include Mrs. Wayne M. Keet and Mrs. S J. Poppay. co-chairmen: Mrs E. Mae Beiiies. Mrs. Charles, Bellinger. Mrs. Edward B. Bulleit. Mrs. Roy W. Gifford. Mrs Walter S. Mountain and Mrs. C. York they will return to Pittsburgh ' Labor Day week-end. to resume their studies at Carnegie Institute. he had resided jn Ml Joy township of Round Top are spending some ported in part by the Gettysburg complete their student work there will be held Friday evening at 8 peaches, grapes, plums and similar for 17 years He was a member of ^e m Gallipolis. Ohio, where they Presbyterian church. She is a ««»- this year. o'clock__at the parsonage with Miss truits. The grand champion award the Mt. Joy Lutheran church and are visiting relatives, the Eagles lodge of Philadelphia. i « « * Surviving are his widow, the for- j Thr Conevago Deanery will bold a mer Estella Mae Thompson, to whom meeting tonight at the home of Mrs. he was married 45 years; two sons. George Milier. Marsh Creek Heights. Albert. Gettysburg R. 1. and Charles, during which time the Deanery of- Harnsburg, and two grandchildren. . Seers will draw up a program of Funeral services Saturday at 2 p.m events for the autumn season. bt the Bender funeral home con- * cucted by the Rev Charles E Held Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams. Jr.. Interment in Evergreen cemetery, have moved from 11 Baltimore street Friends may call at the funeral to 134 Carlisle street. }iome Friday evening after 7 o'clock. * * * '_ William Cox. Short Hills, X. J, has concluded a visit with James Scott Cairns. Springs avenue. DEATHS went to a plate of Dark Red Delicious apples entered by Stuart Lucabaugh. Hanover R. D. Two hundred and thirty-five ribbons were awarded in the needlework department, including 80 first prizes. Glen L. Kline. Gardners R. 2; Donald Kline. Gardners R. 2. and POLICE PROBE KNIFING AFFRAY The auxiliary of Post No. 15. Veterans of Foreign Wars, decided at its regular meeting at the post home. Carlisle street. Wednesday night, to State police of the Gettysburg hold Five Hundred card parties at substation are investigating an al- !the home September 14 and 28. at 8 leged knifing affair said to have o clock. taker, place early las: Saturday The following committee was -rorning at the Locust inn on the named for the party on September Hanover-York Springs road, between | W: Mrs. Charles Lauver. Mrs. Mary Cross Keys and Hampton, in which · Fridinger and^Miss Beuhla Furney two men were hospitalized and a ; Samuel M. Contson Samuel Martin Coulson. 69. of 9 Peiin street, Hanover, died at 6:25 Ross Shuman. Hostesses from the Wednesday morning at the Hanover missionary society include: Mrs. J. hospital after an illness of a week. P. Dalbey. Mrs. George A. Albee. An employe for 12 years of the Mrs. Danforth. Mrs. M. B. Frazee. Hanover Wire Cloth company, he Mrs. David Forney. Mrs. J. Donald was earlier employed for 42 years Swope and Mrs. C. A. Williams. DV [rte Pennsylvania railroad. Mr. Coulson was a son of the late John i W. and Malmda G. Martin Coul- . Pfc. Richard I'nger. Chicago. Ill- was the guest of horxr at a wiener roas: held Saturday evening at tiie home of his parents. Mr and Mrs. Roy M. Starner. Gardners R. 2. won Ernest Unger. Btglerviiie. Forty all the prizes in the apiary division, guests attended the party. Over the with Glen Kline winning the top week-end Mr. and Mrs. Unger had award for the best individual col- , as guests Mrs. Unger's aunt. Mrs. lection. ; W. I. Carlisle, and her daughter. Other Top Winners j Mrs. Charles Whitaker, her son. ' Grand prize in the photographic j Haroid Whitaker. and another exhibit was a picture entitled '-. grandson of Mrs. Carlisle. Billy. "Brother Photographer" entered by ! Ashwor:.-.. all of Winchester. Va. Dr. C. A. Sloat. of Gettysburg. The j picture also won first place in the WILLIE SUTTON REPORTED DEAD Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Handburr portrait photography even? Second j ar.d sons. Robert and Glenn, and m portrait photograph'.- went to ! son. He was a member of St. Paul's capt. and Mrs. Waaf. Norfolk, Va.. Philip Tyson. Gardners" who also Lutheran church. Hanover, and the were week-end guests of Mr. and won third place in portrait and sec- Mrs. Rosser Wickiine. Heidlersburg. ond in pictorial photography. Dr. Francis Mason, of Gettysburg, won Miss Linda Kooken. Gettysburg first honors in pictorial photography Philadelphia. Sept. 6 D -- The Mrs. Erma Keefer. president of the Philadelphia Inquirer reported today William Sutton. Sunday school class of the Rev. J Harold Little, and was affiliated with the Red Men of Hanover, the White Rose lodge. Brotherhood of R. D . and Miss Shirley Guise. Big- with a picture entitled "The Creep- HOUSE PAINT .-». oil w*ll mod* . . . will a UMr (jr*ker . . and ·* W7 D»- SW? ho«n* po-* · Vcp wo -it*. SW* HOUSE PAINT. VISIT YOUR LOCAL DEALER TODAY! GEO. M. ZERFIMG "Htirdtrare on the Square" Gettysburg -- Littlestown -- Toneytown, Md. AsslM±llltoa . Survivi ng his w f e . third man treated by a physician. auxiliary, presided at the meeting. _ Treated at the Hanover hospital with 13 members in attendance. An- -Slick Willie." died of wounds inflict- Mrs " Bertha Kate Ernst Coulson; and released Sunday were Clarence , nouncement was made of the Dis- ed in a holdup. nve children Howard E . Orrtanna Clinton Hoff. 29. of York Springs..trict 2l meeting to be held at Ut- Philadelphia's underworld, the R j. Maunce G Y ork Clair E and Charles Robert Goucker. 839 I tlestown Sunday. September 16. be- newspaper said, buzzes with the ret chlcago s Stewart. Mt Holly Penn street extended. Hanover, ginning at 2:30 o'clock. A bus will port of Button's death. . N j and John State police said they had knife i leave the home here at 1:45 o'clock. The Federal Bureau of Ir.vestiga- Blrmingnam ^ A vi _ 6 .^ MV .. t .wounds of the abdomen and shoul- ' The next meeting of the auxiliary tion long has sought the 51-year-old. dren one great-grandchild and five tiers. Hoff on the right side and \ will be held September 19 at 8 pjn. sutton. whose carefully planned ; brolhers and siste rs Mrs John Mil- enro led as at the Charles McDonnell. Sterling Bar- school bour and Charles Fidler. in charge of the work horses and mules section of the fair, were terming the · Big- exhibit of horses and mules one of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Robert Coulson. lerville R. D.. entertained at dinner the ^t in ra j r history, eight grandchil- Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dewavne' " ard sons "Berks" - ^ Goucker on the left, side. Melvin Luckinbaugh. 151 McAlis- The first fall meeting of bank robberies and jailbreaks made ler Hanover R D the nun notorious charles Lohrv. Lemovne: Miss Sadie Coulier street. Hanover, was treated a: 1 AAUW will be in the form of a COY- ; Arthur J CnmHJus. .spprial FBI ^ u , o i k . i a i i v J. Coubou. Ilau,ho office of Dr. J. C Menges. New J e red dish supper at the YWCA agent in charge of the Philadelphia ; ove ; and ROV couton^ashvuU' Oxford. for a knife wound of the i Wednesday evening. September 19. office, had only this comment on the . Term Mr Co ulson's body will lie in richt hand, state police said. j a t 6:30 o'clock. ' Inquirer story: "Sutton still is one · state at gt Paul - s Lutheran church * * * of the FBI's most hunted men." Po- 5^^.^. from noon untu 2:30 p m A meeting of the executive board i hce officials said they had received, wnen XFficcs wiu ^ held -j^ pas . Police said the knifings were the resuh o* an altercation at the inn about 2 a.m. Saturday morning. Po- hce were drawn into it and the investigation inaugurated when the hospital and Dr. Menges reported treating the three men The inn. po- !ice sarf. is operated by Alexander M. Draper. day. September 12. at the home of ' slain. Mrs. Frank Hewetson. Biglerville. j officiate. Burial in Mt. Olivet ceme- mother. Mrs M, L, WAGAMAN (Contbratd from Pace D of Mary Catholic church, near Ab- Engagement Redding--Sholl Announcement of the engagement »*"· I O The Inquirer quoted underworld' t repons as saying Sutton was shot funeral home, Hanover7 Friday :n a holdup, that confederates got him back to an old hideout in the nearby Chester area where he died i three days later, and that his bodyj then was crudelv buried in a hole.; Merle Sheaffer. Huntsdale. won 13 an( l of the awards given for dairy cattle and all of tl given for Jersey dairy cattle. , Weaner. Gettysburg R. D.. won awards in the Holstein clas* Roy Weaner. Gettysburg, won of the Holstein prizes. returned to the at Devon today »rv. Friends may call at the Feiser Longview. Gettysburg R. D. H. Musselman. MOVES AGAINST (Continued from Pare t) at drive-in theaters in areas where such movies have not been made Sister Joseph Aioysins Sister Joseph Aloysius. 57. born j of Miss Barbara J. Sholl to Sgt.; No dates were given. i Raleigh S. Redding, son of Raleigh i G. Redding. Hanover, and the late Mrs. Redding, has been made by her : Helen Fuller, daughter of the la'e Louis Kooken, a graduate of Big- ierville high school, class of 1951, le ? al b " a vote ol the P e °P Ie is now employed in the stato High- Mr. Wertime is cracking down on way office* in Harrisburg. He spent Sunday movies in Franklin county the past iv:o weeks with the Na- In a stern letter to the Sunset drive- . A A X , * L - * A A UUV * , V«C4 U L ^ A 4 i , ^ X \J i. l**C id. C V » 4 W Jrt».J». ». · - *J w» W V* ***-.- ·· A l.k * b « * V , m » , , 'Harry and Marv Isabella Fuller, of Itional Guard unit at Indiantown in Beater, near Chambersourg. the m,,i*H»7r,hi., H^ a ,,»,,c f QI of Cf ,r, an district attorney promised im- bottstown. , died August 31 at St. t Gap. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Curvm H. Draft Call Joseph s hospital. Chestnut Hill. Pa . The sister would have completed J mediate prosecution if the movie Wedding Serrices Saturday Shell. New Oxford Miss Sholl. a A farmer most of his life, he re- ! graduate of the class of 1950 of sided on the present farm for the ' Kanover high school, is employed by past 18 years. For a time prior to I ' he Singer Sewing Center. Sgt. Red- that he lived in York. 1 d;r -g « a s graduated from the Han- Surviving are his widow, the for- over ni S n school with the class of mer Mabel B. Altland: his father; ! 1948 Now taking a course in hy- a «n. Philip, and a daughter. Kath! draulics at Chanute air force base. leen. and a foster daughter. Joan : Rantoul. 111., he Gross, all at home. Also surviving · completion to George air force base are three sisters. Mrs. Bernadette i Calif Chromster. York: Mrs. Grace Troutman. Cleveland. Ohio, ar.d Mrs. Brogan M. McCormick. Harnsburg. and four brothers. Mark F. Wagaman. York: Raphael J . York: Quin- Blocher--Williams ten N.. Fort Peck. Montana, and ' Mr and Mrs Gerald Blocher. who John H., York. were married August 1 in the Rock Funeral services Saturday morn- Chap -.nc with brief riles at the late home Springs. at 9 o'clock followed by a requiem mas.* a' 9 30 oc".-ck at Immaculate Heart church w-.th a cousin. Rev Fr Charles Weaver, and the Rev Frir.r-.-; L Mistn -· -fTiciatir.e In- ·'-rnvr.t :r. the church cerr.eteiy yr-r.^s rr.ay call a; tr.e l.-4f re*:- (.'·:. r Friday evei.ine Pr.-.yer- v-:'.'. r*- --I.:: at E -'-'. -cs Fr-.a.; r.:e:v .'.' ·h' :*:e h-rr.e ' 38 years of service this month. She i R- 4. has returned from a visit with Washington. Sept. 6 ·/?»'--The De- taught in McSherrystown and Han- friends at Battle Creek. Mich. fense department today raised its ov e r parochial schools for several ( October draft call from 41.000 to 44.; years. ' · Irs. Elsie Kime, Iiss Miriam 600 men Funeral services were conducted , Kime. both of Biglerville R. D : Mrs. The additional 3.600 men will go Monday in Philadelphia. Lottie Stahl. Arendtsville. and Donto the Marine corps which has asked a W t»r 860 ° d'aft^es in October The Local Couple Marks return on its' remaining 36.000 will go into the r 55th Anniversary The department also asked for 33.700 draftees in November. The army Mr and Mrs John D LiPPV- Sr. will get 29.000 and the Marine corps , Chamber.sburg. street, are observing _! -QQ their 55th wedding anniversary to- Mrs. Edwin J. Killalea, Gettysburg operates on Sundays. He pointed out that the last year paid approximately in fines for violating the law. What action the district attorney would take if the violations continue, he did not state. Only one other drive- in exists at this time in Franklin county. It is the Red Run outdoor place, located near Red Run park. It was pointed out that the theater had closed down on Sundays after one violation. Adams county's two drive-in thea- Washington. Sept. 6 -P. -- Polio ters--the Caledonia ar.d Cross Keys Kemper. York Springs, spent the week-end at Ocean City. Md. v For 1951 REPORT . day by entertaining at a family dm- . apparently has passed its peak for drive-ins-have been operates on ner ; * r Hotel Gettysburg this evening · this year, the Public Health Service Sundays and their proprietors haw ' * o'clock. , said today. The agency reported 1.- been paying a $50 flne and costs tiestown R. 1; Mrs. Donald Reel. 265 well-known local couple was 703 new cases of poliomyelitis or in- fnr- lor Petitions are on file at tne court Ellen Jean Williams. She 15 a graduate f Y,rk Snnncs h.eh sch.x)!. c!.-..x- ··' l ? ' a .sr.ti ·..- i.ow employed by the Farri Bureau Ir.^irAiue corn- P.I-.V ::\ Harr-sburg Mr Bl -. r.er ..- 'he M:-= Cl.irr:. - F B'. Queer. Clapper. Aspers R. !. Burk. Orrtanna R 1: Mis James Ralph Mrs. W. T Ziegiet Mr Lippy retired some t;:r.o Ha.field. Hazleto-.;. and William -«-er being a tailor here foi :r.,i:.v .' Mr .«:-.c! ·'. Card- R. D. Sheads Gets ;; Master's Decree R - i ...-^ . -yt-ri b -:-.e 1949. and ^ i.^e Treu and b: .rle -er - .fl .1- rr.a.ci ·' honor at ·he w-cid.ne ar.d C rriia:-. lay. Jr a F Yineh.ic. Westn-.i:i-.ter R T Dis-har£e- Mac^.e L.n.^'r.r:i.ir.. Hanover R 3. Mrs Charles Shar.e- brook and ir.fa:.". dav.cntvr. Ge*- t v - h u r c R .=· Mrs Mart;:-. Myers ar.d ir.lar.t daughter. -3~ Stein-AeV.r .1 venue. Mrs David McSherry ar.d Aie!idt--.\iHe. Earl Adels- . and J A the enjoy health :erirer. Fanfie'.d Baker. Fairfield WF.KT7. SEEKS DIVORC'F. York. Pa. ^rpt. 6 ·- Vir We Booth Staff Personnel for the snforniat. i ' ixot:i :n Lincoln Sqx.,ire !oi Fr.r. r. · - -x)-. .irriay and Sunday w.ii be a.- ; \- | said. The cumulative total since the seasonal low :ast March was 12.188 compared with 12.177 for tho same period iast year. Declines were reported for the past week in the New England and mountair states arid in Mirnesota. Iowa. Missouri, the Dako'as. Nebraska. Kansas. Kentucky. Tennessee. Alabama and Mississippi Only slight increases o-curred Stop Wishing -and Order a New from H. a H. MACfflNE SHOP "Where Experience Counts' PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE lio S. VOSHIXGTOX ST. GtTTi S B I R O . P \ WALL-FIX HAS EVERYTHING PUT IT OVER ANYTHING Self Priming Covers In One Coot Washable - Dries Quickly Not a Rubber or \Vati-r Mixture but a pure Oil Paint Unmatched Quality - Low Pric- Beautiful Pastel and Deep Shades BEDDING'S SUPPLY STORE WalhFx 22 Baltimore Street Phone 788 Deliver FOB SALE BARTLETT SPONSELLER S FRUIT MARKET Route 30 West of Coshtown BRING CONTAINERS FILE PETITION (Continued from Pace 1 ber in connection w i t h the re;ru;ar i ,_". HERSHEYIPARK · ' K V HKS election for n-.ur.icipal aid county '_ J. :- *: N" R J r. .\o".ir. t.r oivorce .ic ri:« »-.:-. M i - Berr.ue M Wer- :.t-aroy Da'.la-towT.. rhariir.c cicr.itie.-- of the per-r.5 ' The :«« Fr:d.i-. M.r::.a p:v. . M i x ivi. cl:;o. H'.A.ir.-:. Mars.iro' Prop's.-i.-: I 1 M R ' l Nr« 1«rV. Srpt . '.:: · o.^kf-'b i V -- A f.xe- \f - -·' Crf" - - corv II bt. as a *. : - h.ui coat the i»-k- ··.. ^ fii'xi yi'- ·^'..-.-.er by Y I/.ir..t Mr- WtT'. '/.a' tr.e t;: : a: o - a v. : 'ercia:- for «.c a" r.e: ^r.e kr.e-* "*a^ -A '· e" Y \ . W. :-.or s .f i.e -f :-er .".-. .-he rea^ r:. *J 9 a n: to noon. Mi,.uh_. AAVW. n .;. ; . FraiK H Kramer C::. ?. '.- S p rn . MLV, M.tr^ .-( L" t ··· 9 -0:1.. \:.. Ci.ubra t.-.. B .-.:.e.. .;-. i'. \V :-.(·:. ;D ' .i :.- :· : .·.:-. M: F S- F:.i:-.n- X -.-. .- Ncc'A · Arrest Suspect In Georgia Killing i ChesU-r. Fa, s»-pt fi ..?· TTir Fec-t'ral Bure.:; · ' Ii.-.e^'.i-a'. ·:; a n - ounced iare y«--teriav :)·.·· :I:MS' rf Willi" Morris 25 *'UR|.' f h c la-t 'wo Oeorg.a A r ' h J i r C" ·ri:«-'..:is .'r -;»·« i.«; :t-f:.' .:: c h a r g e "'. 'he !'(..::·!· !;·'., i Hi! fficr. Morr;' .1 K"n i! l'*4'« -. .4in:' -' » u '· I Warner --..-: fTrr.r. M-".-.'.. -:-e ; .»-.*·- t · (;HS Grid Candidate Suffers F r a c t u r e H i, from O.t\ Mf'. h a nip ion'. "..epe Mel- :h» b: ,be Drn\-fr ··rpt 6 r. \--rar- :.irtv.:e,-i his ..'de: n'.: ir.c in i.nr ladder cocnp»ry auxiliary ft«m«r saw Mrs Gilrr.ore la.st C:...r W ' ' « t e ! M.r." V!.:: ari :p»r.ir);-.*"-. n i l 1 . a Is Th- (.et: MlS«TPd !t- \Vtdr.esda soph -more :;p.ir ;hf ~ C': -.-· . wa." '..'"·;: DONALDSON RF.I'VION 1IF.I.I Morn., -A; -.' he!, iie api»!l»-! '··: oorr: at a f.-u'r\ l.«-:f |.AN ASTI.K I.IV Pa . xrpl I!' · · · . · ' ! . « · Franklin i^ the .second township to request a vote on Sunday movies. Oxford tcwr..ship previously pre- ·^Tted a similar petition Out-ioor mo-. les are li--a:ed ir. "both townships Both of the theaters have been operating on Sunday The coniniiss.oi.ers also received an application for county aid j W'tii.f .-rfiay from the Freedom tour.- . ·;:.! board Freedom is seeking! S4»r25 in county aid It is the last ! ;. ·ri'-: in the rrui,tv !· make the j n-q:ie-.» All o'her districts h a v e ) prr.iou lv m.ld' 1 application STCM KS MOVE TP . Vrw V«»rK. Sept. « -r- l^atiership , c n-.arket w r r i r ·...»' 5 N ..--P,-. - -^. N- Ha*- F." A »n-1 ar, -. .-r.ci N H ^ ' - Rnltimore Livestock T-.i :·-» ~ s^-"'- "!.i H K N S K« ' ·- ^^^ f \TT! K R- (Jfi. ' d c t a t c ;tr. $41 HIK, · .iiri'-d KI ;-» tx-twrm $1 and $2 a .1 irr « / l i «-vrr, liraMrr Kair. '.hown |K-I- .u«1 'lirrr in thr hM .Steels ar.d ' · ·i. w i ' i i ·-··n-.r l-.ei; from copper! M . i i i . i . K si. .ire . d[H-neri 'he forward i!.' \rti.ri.' in the (ir.vt h"i;r StwL^ .n'! «'J|*-T-. Ins* tl-.eir morr.rntum i L i t e r ,'i 1 turned mixed j MARKETS C V I V K S K. PLAYGROUND Of PINNA D.S.T. IN THE gALLPOOM SAT., SEPT. 8th TOMMY DORSET HIS TROMBONE AND HIS ORCHESTRA Dine*-* $t 50 79e JN PA?K BANDSME^l FINAL SUNDAY FREE CONCERTS 2 to 4 ,r,d 7 ro = P M..D P.T. PonsTOiun enno ALL AMUSEMENTS except Pool OPEN DAILY THRU SUNDAY. SEPT. 9th fREE ZOO Open All Vear except Mondays and during inclement weaker COMING SA r . SEP T '5*h WOODY H E R M T ' n . nave their members bark in th«- job a-s oon a ;oss.ale HLS order late in Apr., wnen snr visited her aged i ia_-.t night follownd a district court ecu*m in the, Carlisle hospital ' n v ' \ e w hal' :he . t r i k e Dorakls}ii Iam;l IT union wa-- held Sunday afternoon w.th ;» p u n u I at thr home -f Mr and Mrs !n- nid Walter. Gettysburg R D TO \\n aiid Vicila M K siic.{,,n ' town. li;,\ t serin i-tt .i ,, i !n elisc ti. Kiodi i ii k Pl.ukponl. Kni . -"-pi «, · I · ..-I i f 11 ir 'I :."!' · I ' i i' i. ' · · · » i '"· · i . i i m w l y ; r e v r i , t « - i | i h r ^ u i . i l . i l ' i ·! u a n u a l i o n rt'"" i C I . M I I ILK Uir HllU:.ll K o v o i l i n i i M t . r t l i , J.,i llii|"!- niK ch:«i;;e -in l a l - f I f e ' h i n d ·.(···r. Mdrs A ii-.(.|uln»n ( H l l l i . K upon Hie labor K o v r r t i t i i r n t lo ..li-jll-di Ihrnc . iiarnr-i f o r l h w i l h ' *;·- iM-nlen lv n .ote ol 3.77riXX( to :i,272.«M» \iji I I N * I!... H \ . "4 | s 1 TK .IMI II.I. Baltimore Fruit-Poultry vrri.v.s *(«..«! -' N r w J. !»·· Ili-Un.i · . - i n i i r . ii · -· I r i ' . . - h . I ' S N.. Kami*'-. V S N,. IV n i · " S N rinv K i« ii in 1 -in tip ,-lll t»l».. r 11 i M,$'J »i ;:. .-·l.lll-.' .14. l Hti«l |n im«' i. row * uii -ivnr.ir .111.1 Illl InniK ilv, f. h«'H'l r t. S I T HJ G01F COURSE -OP6N DOILY NEW YORK EGOS Nw York. Sept. 6 .f--A firmer tune p:-f. ,':.'.-rt in the wholesale egg ! n a r t t '.day. E ^s 17.309. firm. Whites. Kxti.i fancy hea\-j-'*eiRhts. ~~. refrigerators processed. 60-63; f a n r v hea;yweUhts. 71; others l a i g n 67-70; mediums. 57: pullets, 44-W . ; peewees 30. Browns: Extra f . i i i r v henvyweiphts. f.f; mediums, · 7; · ullft.-v · » · ! - ! » ' ·

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