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THE TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1987 17 Three to receive honorary doctorates, during commencement exercises at Mount Saint Mary's An archbishop, a poet and a composer will receive honorary doctorate degrees from Mount Saint Mary's College during cermonies scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and 17, at the Mount. The Most Reverend Theodore E. McCarrick, archbishop of Newark, N.J., will be the celebrant and homilist at the Baccalaureate Mass May 16 and will be awarded his degree during the ceremony. Howard Nemerov, poet and a professor at Washington University in St. Louis, will be the commencement speaker May 17. He and Joe Raposo, one of the creators of "Sesame Street" and compose of several popular songs for the show, will be awarded honoray degrees during Sunday's exercises. Peter O'Malley, Class of 1960, and George R. Walsh, the two immediate past chairman of the Mount's board of trustees, will be awarded President's Medals during commencement. This honor is a tradition that allows the College's president to publicly honor individuals who have befriended the Mount in special ways. Archbiship McCarrick was ordained in 1958 and studied at Catholic University in Washington, D.C.. earning master's and doctorate degrees in sociology from there. He also served as university chaplain, instructor, dean of students, assistant to the rector and director of development. He was appointed president of Catholic University in Puerto Rico in 1965, the year before he was named domestic prelate. In 1971, Terence Cardinal Cooke, then archbishop of New York, named Monsignor McCarrick as his secret- THEODORE E. MCCARRICK ary. He served as auxiliary biship in the diocese from 1977 to 1981. He was elevated to archbishop by Pope John Paul II on June 3,1986. The Diocese of Newark, with 1.3 million Catholics in 242 parishes, is the seventh largest diocese in the country. Nemerov is a Pulitzer Pirze-winning poet from New York City. He graduated from Harvard University in 1941, and served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. Nemerov, author of more than 20 books of poetry, says his favorite word to describe his work is "subversive." Influenced by the works of T. S. Eliot, William Butler Yeats, Wallace HOWARD NEMEROV Stevens and other modern poets, he insists his poems are "bad jokes, even terrible jokes, emerging from the nature of things as well as from my propensity for coming at things a touch subversively and from the blind side, or dark side, the side everyone concerned with 'values' would just as soon forget." Nemerov has won numerous prizes and awards for his works, including "The Collected Poems of Howard Nemerov," which won him the Pulitzer in 1978. He was appointed poetry consultant at the Library of Congress and served from 1963-64. He then took a position as distringuished professor at Washington University. Raposo was the first musical director for Sesame Street. He has earned five Grammy awards and several gold and platinum albums, writing such songs as "It's Not Easy Being Green," "Sing," "Here's To The Winners" and others. He has done extensive scoring for other television shows, including "The Electric Company," the "Statue of Liberty Fouth of July Fireworks Spectacular," "Dennis the Menace," several Muppet specials and three Emmy award-winning Dr. Seuss specials. In addition, he has written theme music for shows as diverse as "Three's Company" and the "CBS Morning News." A graduate of Harvard University, Paposo studied in Paris under Nadia Boulanger, mentor of George Gershwin, Aaroh Copland and Leonard Berstein. He has conducted at the Lincoln Center and directed the Boston Pops Orchestra for an album of his music. O'Malley is a partner with the Upper Malboro law firm of O'Malley, Miles, and McCarthy Harrell and is the immediate past president of the Greater Washington Board of Trade. Walsh, who was elected trustee in 1978, is the former chairman and chief executive officer of Eastmet Company in Cockeysviile, Md. A resident of Lutherville, he has been active promoting Baltimore business for many years. The Baccalaureate Mass will be held at 4:30 p.m. May 16 and commencement exercises will begin at 11 a.m the next day. Both ceremonies will be held in front of Flynn Hall (weather permitting) on the Mount campus. Serving proudly Frances L. Sentz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sentz, 37 Ridge Ave., Gettysburg, and a 1986 graduate of Gettysburg High School, entered the United States Army on June 23, 1986 where she spent 10 weeks at Fort Dix, N.J., from there Sentz went to Fort Lee, Va., where she spent five months and completed AIT training before leaving Fort Lee. She recieved the Army Achievement Medal for Outstanding performance and has since left for a two year tour in Babenhurst, Germany. Robert and Wendi Sunderland of 572 Gettysburg Road, Littlestown, enlisted recently in the U.S. Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program according to TSgt Greg Warner, Air Force recruiter for the Hanover Area. She is a 1985 graduate of Delone Catholic H.S. and he is a 1986 graduate of Littlestown High School. They are scheduled for enlistment in the Regular Air Force on December 14. Upon graduation* from the Air Force's six weeks of basic military training at Lackland AFB Texas they will receive technical training in the Mechanical Aptitude Area. They will be earning credits toward an associate degree in the applied sciences through the Community College of the Air Force while attending basic and other Air Force technical training schools. Jarred and David Crouse, sons of Mrs. Joan Crouse of 504 S. Queen St., Littlestown, enlisted recently in the U.S. Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program according to TSgt Greg Warner, Air Force recruiter. Hanover. Jarred is a senior at Littlestown High School and is scheduled for active duty with the Air Force on July 14. David an 1986 graduate of Littlestown High School is scheduled for active duty on May 20. Upon successfully completing six weeks of basic military training at Lackland AFB Texas they will receive technical training in the Electronic Aptitude Area. They will be earning credits toward an associate degree in applied sciences through the Community College of the Air Force while attending basic and other Air Force technical training schools. Force recruiter for Hanover. Airman Vanderhoof, a 1985 graduate of New Oxford High School, is scheduled for enlistment in the Regular Air Force on October 27.1987. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six weeks basic training course, she is scheduled to receive technical training in the Electronic Aptitude Area. She will be earning credits toward an associate degree in applied sciences through the Community College of the Air Force while attending basic and other Air Force technical training schools. Stephen Hemler, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hemler, of 550 Edgegrove Rd., Hanover, enlisted in the United States Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program today, according to TSgt Greg Warner, Air Force recruiter for Hanover. Airman Hemler, a Senior of Delone Catholic High School, is scheduled for enlistment in the Regular Air Force on February 3, 1988. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six weeks basic iraining course, he is scheduled to receive technical training in the General Aptitude Area. He will be earning credits toward an associate degree in applied sciences through the Community College of the Air Force while attending basic and other Air Force technical training schools. Jack Crouse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bankert, 6159 Baltimore Pike, Littlestown has enlisted in the United States Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program. Airman Crouse, a 1986 graduate of Littlestown High School, is scheduled for enlistment in the Regular Air Force on December 29,1987. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six weeks basic training course, he is scheduled to receive technical training in the General Aptitude Area. He will be earning credits toward an associate degree in applied sciences through the Community College of the Air Force while attending basic and other Air Force technical training schools. Grove R. 5, has enlisted in the United States Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program. Airman Messersmith, a Senior of Spring Grove High School, is scheduled for enlistment in the Regular Air Force on January 4, 1988. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six weeks basic training course, he is scheduled to receive technical training as a Security Specialists. He will be earning credits toward an associate degree in applied sciences through the Community College of the Air Force while attending basic and other Air Force technical training schools . Joseph Messersmith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Messersmith, Spring Robin Winand, daughter of Ms. Myrna L. Winand of 635 South St., McSherrystown has enlisted in the United States Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program. Airman Winand, a Senior of New Oxford High School, is scheduled for enlistment in the Regular Air Force on August 25,1987. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six weeks basic training course, she is scheduled to receive technical training as a Personnel Specialist. She will be earning credits toward an associate degree in applied sciences through the Community College of the Air Force while attending basic and other Air Force technical training schools. Kristine Vanderhoof, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Vanderhoof, of 841 Forest Drive. Abbottstown, enlisted in the United States Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program today, according to TSgt Greg Warner, Air SALE ITEMS NEEDED Make your tax deductible donation of auctionable items to the Friends Foundation (a scholarship fund). Needed by May 22: antiques, quilts, crafts, used quality items in excellent condition. For information, call the Fairfield Area School at... 642-8227 ONE DAY ONLY! OUTSTANDING AUCTION Sunday. May 17 at 1:00 P.M. ORIENTAL RUGS HANDCUT LEADCRYSTAL ORIENTAL PORCELAIN ORIENTAL FURNITURE INLAID FURNITURE SCREENS SS.WKS GENUINE IVORY CARVINGS Teakwood Coffee Table, Cabinet, End Table. ORIENTAL RUGS: Outstanding 9x12 Hamedans, Tabriz, Kashans, and Sarouk. Also, scattered size ruas and runners including antique, semi-antique and new. All are collectibles and in excellent condition. ORIENTALS: Beautiful and unusual Cloisonne Rose Medallion and Rose Canton Porcelain. INLAID FURNITURE: Side tables of outstanding quality. PAINTINGS: Oil on canvas paintings. BRONZES- Collection of signed bronzes by Mene', DouRon, Remington, Morginez, VSIIanis, Gudtot, Russell, and many others. WOHY: Nets^es,King and Queen, several high quality pieces. GENUINE HANDCUT LEAD CRYSTAL: Decanters candy and fruit bowls, and several other beautiful pieces. ANTIQUE CLOCKS: Collection of French antique guilded and art deco docks. ANTIQUE COPPERWARE: Antique high-quality coppeTware-Wany unusual *"***" SPAHR AUCTION GALLERY 44N BEDFORD ST., CARLISLE, PA. Phone: 717-243-5010 Charles Spahr, Auctioneer, Auctioneer #: AU-001775-L NO CHILDREN, PLEASE. CASH OR TRAVELERS CHECKS. ONLY Annual Consignment Auction Farm Machinery Vehicles Household Goods, Tools Antiques, Toy Tractors Guns SATURDAY, MAY 16 at 9:00 A.M. This consignment auction will be held on the farm of Ralph Schuchart located 4 miles east of Littlestown, Pa. and 2 miles north of Silver Run, Md. off Route 97 at 1305 Humbert School Road. The following: FARM MACHINERY Ford Jubilee tractor,- Ferguson 35 tractor, Super C Farmall tractor, 154 Cub Lowboy tractor with mower, Farmall Cub tractor with 2 way plow, harrow, disc, spike harrow, 268 N.H. baler with thrower, 66 N.H. baler with engine, 479 N.H. hay bine, N.I. 7 ft trailer mower, other mowers, 3 P.T. rotary mower, N.1. 404 side rake, other rakes, elevators, Dion ensilage wagons, 8x18 high rack bate wagon, other wagons, 1 2 ft J.D. lime fertilizer spreader, J.D. 13 disc drill, Ontario 14 disc drill. New I.H.C. # 5100 - 18x7 drill, I.H.C. 56.4 row com planter, Farquer 2 row potato planter, other com planters, 13 ft I.H.C. transport disc, 8 ft roller harrow, Prttsburg 12 ft transit disc, other disc, N.H. tank spreader, N.L horse spreader, A.C. 2- 14 tractor ptow. Ford 3 P.T. -T.B.-4- 16 plows, Ford3P.T.2- 12 - plows, other plows, 3 P.T. chisel plow, 6 ft cuffipacker. The following 3 P.T. equipment - 9 ft narrow, cultivators, 1 row cultivator, potato plow, spinner spreader, box blade, other blades, other 3 P.T. equipment, I.H.C. com binder, Superior 1 horse 6 disc drill, lot of horse equipment, J.D. 43 P.T.O. com shelter, Honda tog splitter, 200 Lincoln welder, welding table, air compressors, 500 Ib. platform scales, fuel tanks, hog, poultry dairy equipment fencing supplies, firewood, seasoned cherry oak lumber up to 16 ft, molding, baskets, used tires, electric motors, hand garden tools, wrenches, wheelbarrows, 55 J.D. riding lawn mower, 110 J.D. garden tractor with mower, Sears 10 H.P. lawn ft garden tractor, other lawn garden tractors, lawn garden equipment supplies, many box tots, 7 H.P. riding tractor, grain cleaner, farrowing pens. VEHICLES 1978 Ford L.T.D. 2, 1970 Butek, 1969 Chevy Station Wagon, 1966 Ford 2 ton true* with 22 ft bed, new 18 ft. equipment trailer, 2 speed rear tor 600 or 700 Ford, Slug wheels tor old Ford trucks, trailer axles-tool box for pickup true*, 12 ft aluminum fishing boat with trailer. GUNS - TOYS - 9:00 A.M. New tractors in boxes, other tractors, used equipment trucks, assortment of 22 rifles, few with scopes, 410 single barrels, 410 over under. , HOUSEHOLD ANTIQUES Tappen gas range 3 yr. old, oak buffet, softwood blanket chest, mahogany server, gun cabinet comer cupboard top breakfast set twin beds, stands, butter chum stand, utility cabinets, picnic tables, porch chairs, electric lamps, glassware, cooking utensils, kntekkacks, dhmer ben, 3 wheel bicycle, other bicycles, box tots, many other items. Come and see for yourself. UP AD ertise, come and see for yourself. CUP AD Many other Hems in this sale, too late to ad , , There wW be 2 auctioneers selling at same time. Order of *ak»: Toy» at 9 AJK. Household all day, one auctioneer. The other auctioneer win start with small items then at 12 o'clock on Vehicles and Farm Machinery, finish up wtth Small items. Terms: Cash. MD sates tax. Lunch stand. Ralph L. Schuchart 301-346-7523 LEGAL NOTICES | LEGAL NOTICES 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU OF CONTRACT AND SUPPORT SERVICE 18TH «ND HERR STREETS HARRISBURG, PA. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bid Date - Wed., May 20,1967 Opening -1:00 P.M., E.D.T. Seal*! bids for Renovations to State Office Facilities (Additional Renovations), STATE OFFICE BLDG., 22ND. FORSTER STS., HARRISBURG, PA., will be received In Room 209, Arsenal Bldg., at the above address for following contracts: PHASE III - Contract No. 940-6.111 - Gen. Const, Guaranty 12,500.00; Contract No. 940-6.22 - HVAC, Guaranty $25,000.00; Contract No. 940-6.3.} - Plbg. Const., anty ^4,000.00; Contract No. 940-6.44 - Elec. Const, Guaranty $f 0,000.00. Payable to the Comm.of Pa. (Certified check, bank cashier's check or D.G.S. bid bond form.) PROPOSED DATE OF COMPLETION: 200 CALENDAR DAYS FROM DATE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT. Description: Interior modifications to ceilings, lighting, sprinkler system, halon suppression systems and replacement of existing coal fired boilers. $35.00 deposit per set by prime contractors for plans and specs (separate check for each contract) payable to Gannett, Fleming, Corddry Carpenter, Inc., P.O. Box 1963, Harrisburg, Pa. 17105. Refundable upon receipt of bid and return of plans and specs within 15 days after bid opening. Plans and specs may be reviewed without charge at the Dept. of General Services, Room. 217, Arsenal Bldg. For names of those who have secured plans and specs call 717-763-7211. James W. Brown, Secretary ISSUED: APRIL 27,1987 ESTATf NOTICE Estate of J. Franklin Coflelt, eceased, late of Freedom .Township, Adams County, the Pennsylvania. Letters Testamentary on laid estate having been ranted to the undersigned, all wrsons indebted to said itate are requested to make jayment, and those having 5"J« r - laims against said estate are equested to present the same, without delay, to: Adams County National Bank P.O. Box 458 Gettysburg, PA 17325 Jrto: iulleit, Schultz Thrasher, Esqs. 6 Lincoln Square lettysburg, PA 17325 DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU OF CONTRACT AND SUPPORT SERVICE 18TH AND HERR STREETS HARRISBURG, PA. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ^; Gate - Wed., May 20,1987 Opening -1:00 P.M., E.D.T. Sealed bids to Waterproof Plaza of Museum and Archives Bldg., CAPITOL COMPLEX, HARRISBURG, PA., will be received in Room 209, Arsena Bldg., at the above address for the following contracts: PHASE II - Contract No 946-9.1 - Gen. Const, Guaranty $125,000.00; Contract No 946-9:3 - Plbg. Const, Guaranty $5|000.00. Payable to the Comm. of Pa. (Certified check, bank cashier's check or D.G.S. bid bond form.) PROPOSED DATE OF COMPLETION: 362 CALENDAR DAYS FROM DATE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT. Description: Replace waterproofing membrane and Plaza paving. STSJOO deposit per set by prime contractors for plans and specs (separate check foi each contract) payable to Cohen Associates, Inc., 927 · 929 N. Second St, Harrisburg. Pa. 17102. Refundable upon receipt of bid and return o plans and specs within 1! days after bid opening. Pla'ns and specs may be reviewed without charge at the Dept of General Services, Room 217, Arsenal Bldg. For names of those who have secured plans and specs cal 717-233-3236. James W. Brown, Secretary ISSUED: APRIL 27,1987 IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF ADAMS COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA -CIVIL ACTION MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE HAMILTON BANK, prior to conversion, NATIONAL CENTRAL BANK, Plaintiff, vs. EARL C. ARVIN and MAUREEN P. ARVIN, Defendants. No. 87-S-177 NOTICE TO: EARL C. ARVIN and MAUREEN P. ARVIN: You ire hereby notified that on March 19, 1987. Plaintiff, Hamilton Bank, prior to conversion National Central Bank, filed a Mortgage Foreclosure Complaint endorsed ,« Notice to Defend, against you in the Court of Common Ptoas of Adams County. Pennsylvania, docketed to Ho. 87-S-177. wherein Plaintiff seeks to foreclose its mortgage securing YOUR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2619 Carlisle Pike, New Oxford, tmsjrlvania 17350. whereupon your property would be sold by the Sheriff of Adams County. You are hereby notified to plead to the above referenced Complaint on or before 20 days from the date of this pubf)c9pon or a Judgment w3B be entered against you. NOTICE You have been sued in Court If you wish to defend, you must enter a written appearance personally or by attorney, and file your defenses or objections In writing with the Court You are warned that N you fall to do so. the ease may proceed without you and a Judgment may be entered against you without further notice for the relief leQiiested by trie Plaintiff- You may tose money or property or other tights important to you. YOU SHOULD TAKE THIS NOTICE TO YOUR LAWYEB AT ONCE. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LAWYER OR CANNOT AFFORD ONE, GO TO OR TELEPHONE THE OFFICE SET FORTH BELOW TO FIND OUT WHERE YOU CAN GET LEGAL HELP. COURT ADMINISTATOR ADAMS COUNTY COURTHOUSE GETTYSBURG, PA 17325 717334-6781 Ext 213 ZIMMERMAN, PFANNEBECKER NUFFORT Nell L. Albert, Esq. 22 South Duke Street Lancaster, PA 17602 717 299-0711 Attorney I.D. ff 23368 ADOPT childless loving hite couple wishes very much to share our love nd financially secure ome with your newborn, lose and caring xtended family. Legal, onfidential, expenses aid. Call collect anytime arol and Bob 01-566-4896. ADOPTION. A loving ome for your baby, [appily married couple ishes to adopt newborn, et us pay your medical xpenses. Strictly legal and confidential. Call ollect 24 hours a day, -203-968-2926. INVITATION FOR BIDS FOR PAINTING EXTERIOR OF COUNTY SERVICE BUILDING The Adams County Commissioners hereby invite bids for the painting of the exterior of the Adams County Service Building located at 999 Lincolnway West, Gettysburg Pennsylvania 17325. Specifications can be obtained at the Commissioners' Office Adams County Courthouse (Second Floor), Gettysburg Adams County, Pennsylvania 17325. Bids will be received and accepted at the Commissioners' Office no later than 10:00 A.M. (prevailing time) on Friday, May 22, 1987. A bid bond with approved surety, or certified or bank cashier's check, payable to the County of Adams, in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the total bid must accompany the bid Bidders are notified that the successful bidder will be required to furnish a bone guaranteeing performance o the contract with sufficien surety in the amount of fifti percent (50%) of the total bid amount within thirty (30) days after the contract has been awarded. Bids will be opened and read aloud on May 22,1987, at 10:00 A.M. (prevailing time), at th Commissioners' regular! scheduled meeting, to be held in the Commissioners' Meet ing Room, Adams County Courthouse (Second Floor) Gettysburg, Adams County Pennsylvania 17325. All bids shall remain firm, in effect ant subject to the'County'* right o acceptance until June 22, 1987. The County of Adams, by its Board of County Commis sioners, hereby reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids, to waive an; technical effects in the same and to make any award in the best interest of the said County. COUNTY OF ADAMS ADAMS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Thomas L Collins Robert W. Klunk Catherine W. Cowan Jeffrey L Chamberlain Chief Clerk John R. White, Solicitor DIVORCE $15 !y mail. Court costs dditional. Call toll free o receive free informa- ion 1-800-872-3011. Attorney David D. DeAngelis. INVITATION FOR BIDS The Joint Purchasing Board. Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12, invites sealed bids for Cafeteria Paper Supplies. Bids will be publicly opened at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday. June 10, 1987, in Conference Room A, Lincoln Intermediate Unit Central Office, located at the intersection of Routes 30 and 94, New Oxford (Cross Keys), Pennsylvania. All sealed bids must be presented, or received by mail, no later than 4:00 p.m., on Tuesday. June 9,1987, to: Joint Purchasing Board Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12 Attn.: R. G. Stauffer Secretary P.O. Box 70 New Oxford, PA 17350 Full Instructions to Bidders. General Conditions. Specifications, Form of Proposal, and all other Contract Documents required to be used may be obtained at the Lincoln Intermediate Unit Central Office, at the aforementioned address or ocabon. The Board reserves the right to reject any or ad bids, or accept selected items from any bid. Robert G. Stauffer Secretary NOTICE Nonce is hereby given that 0e Annual Report of D. Lyda Rouzer Foundation for the 1986 is avaaabte at its principle office for inspection rbusin she during regu by any dSzen who requests it within 180 days after May 15. 1987. The address of the O. Lyda Rouzer Foundation principle office i» c/o R. £- Shaffer, 322 Gettys Street, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325. This notice is published in accordance with the sions of the Internal Revenue Service. ersonals ALWAYS DISCREET! ntroductions in your rea. Successful since 972. Don't just daydream call! Platime, Box 355. York, PA 17402. 717) 848-1408. DIVORCE $100 plus Court Costs We Will Beat Any Fee. Prepared In 24 Hours Attorney Joseph E. Hudak Associates 1-800-544-3486 DIVORCE $90 TOTAL FEE Court costs additional. No 'ault. Stay at home. No ravel required. Local Ihng available. Divorce )rocessed immediately. Attorney D. DeAngelis. No obligation consulta- ion, call toll-free (1-800) 872-3011. RIDERS wanted for non-smoking car pool to Harrisburg Capitol Complex. Call 334-7598 after 6 p.m. "THE WALL I BUILD :ep others out makes 'prisoner within." UPDATE DATING SERVICES can help you out. 337-1968. 'pedal Notices Adams County VICTIM/WITNESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 334-0545 24 Hour Hotline, 334-9777 -y ARE YOU into body building? Need to gain weight? Depressed? Fast and safe. Guaranteed. 334-9289. BUYING FOR CASH Diamonds, Gold. Silver. Coins. Jewelry, Dolls. Di - s 334-0969. Check Out Our Close-Out Room Many One Of A Kind Lights All 30 to 50% Off Retail BIGHAM'S LIGHTING 414 York Street FAT KILLS. Due to overwhelming response I need 100 people who want ;o lose weight fast and afe. guaranteed. 334-9289. f ard Sales 12 KUTZ'S NEARLY NEW SHOP, York Springs. Clothing 'or The Family. MAY 16TH, Big Edge ·Jrove Community Yard Sale. Jewelry, furniture. lants, toys, clothing, woks, antiques, tools. Household items. Some- hing for Everyone. Tiicken corn soup at Conewago Fire Company. ":00 a.m. "Ellie's Big Tetzels" Rain Date May 23rd. MULTI FAMILY yard ale, Friday and Saturday. May 15th and 16th. -5. Lindsay counlertop listiller. like new. 1-15' new tire mounted on wheel. 1-15" used tire. Something for everyone, tear 144 Seminary Avenue. MULTI FAMILY sale ir ram at 2251 York Road Craft supplies, material. salt peppers, cake lecoralions. household terns Lots more Every Friday Saturday 9 00 i l ? ANNOUNCEMENTS lost anil Found CAT FOUND 05/01*7. ·alico coloring, obviously somebody's house pet. Call 624-4802. FOUND: Ladies watch at Frohlich Nursery. Goldenville Road. MULTI YARD SALE: ·It Par*. 650 Sunset Avenue Friday Saturday. 8:00 a m.-5:00 p.m Good used clothes, canopy bed. mower, rocker, small bed, stereo, plank bottom chairs. YARD SALE: May 14th. 15th 16th. 1 mile north of Wenksville at Piney- Apple Golf Course on UK Slatersville Road.

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