The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on September 6, 1979 · Page 2
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Fatal Social Happenings : (Continued from Page i) For Social News Phone 334-1131. Ext. 254 ^Police said Barkers westbound cycle went out of control and struck a traffic .safety standard off Rt. 30. Born in Gettysburg, he was the son of Samuel and Dorothy Clapper Carter, who ·now live in Rockville. Md. Also surviving are bis wife. JBrenda Church Burket; one daughter. Michelle at home; ' "brother. Terry Carter of Rockville. Md.. and a sister. Carmen Carter of Florida. f Mr. Burket was a machinist for Bowan- McLaughlin of York and was a member of Bethelem (Steltz* United Church of Christ in Glen Rock and the New Oxford Social Club- Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday from the Kenworthy Funeral Home. 269 Frederick St.. Hanover, with the Rev. Thomas Bellis. officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends .-nay call at the funeral home from 1 p.m. Friday until the time of the service- Members of the Gettysburg Chapter. Daughters of American Revolution, are reminded that Sunday is the final day to make reservations for the luncheon Sept. 20. Reservations accompanied by a check should be sent to Mrs Robert Lohr. Gettysburg R. 9. The luncheon will be held a: The Ait- land House. Abbottstown. when members of the Col. Richard McCallister Chapter DAR will join ihe local chapter. ported. TMI Di major grain crop of the lacas. amaranth, was suppressed by the Spaniards in favor of less nutritious barley, but is making a comeback in the highlands of South America, and has spread to parts of Asia and Africa- Franklint'n Gets $50,000 State Rep. Kenneth J. Coie announced today that the Bjorough of Franklintown in Yerk County will receive a Sab.OOO Pennsylvania Com- nronity Facilities grant. ·The Adams County Democrat said he was pleased the Commonwealth's Commun- itv Facilities program will help residents of York County and of his district. Tfee grant will be applied to tte cost of constructing a water supply system serving Franklintown Borough, and Carrol and Washington Tovi-nships. 3"o be eligible for the grant the borough must meet certain requirements such as obtaining permits, advertising for bios, and beginning construction before December 31.1979. ~Here Is a perfect example SB-which a state program provides important assis- taace to local communities. -Rep. Cole said. "I am pleased to play a role in providing funding for this vital service to these com- manities." -! WEATHER Extended Forecasts for Eastern Pennsylvania Saturday through Monday- Fair and cool through the period. Highs in the mid 60s north to the mid 70s south. Lows mainly in the 40s north «nd in the 50s south. The Christian Singles Group of the Hanover Church of The Brethren, invite area single men and women of all faiths to join them for a Bible study and discussion of activities for the year. The meeting will be held in the church library. 601 Wiison Ave.. Hanover. Saturday at 7 p.m. AH singles are welcome to the Fellowship and to share ideas. For rnore information call the church office at 632-2267 during office hoars. Winners in the Mystery Tournament held Tuesday during Ladies Day at the Carroll Valley Golf Club were: 9 hole - 1st. Dorotbv Chapman and Rita Grant: 2nd - Catherine Sullivan and Biilie Messersmith. IB the 18 hole group. Holly Walker and Airleen Foley were 1st and Jean Fair "and Virginia Mazger. 2nd. Ladies Golf Day will continue through September with tee-off Tuesday a: 9 a.m. All women «!- fers in the area are invited to join the group. AH members of the Gettysburg Country Club are reminded of a special meeting to be held this evening at 7:30 in the upper clubhouse. t Continued from Page 1) Kuhns said the Babcock and Wilcox Co., builder of both the TMi and Davis- Besse plant systems, and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission knew about the Ohio situation, but did not adequately inform others. He and Dieckamp admitted they also had seen reports of the Ohio incident, but there were thousands of such reports and they -.vere not aware of the technical impii- iations. · Dieckamp said the Davis- Besse incident could have shown how to avoid the type pf accident that occurred at Three Mile Island. . At Davis-Besse. he said, a reactor was deprived of cool- iD water for "about 20 mi- nttes. At Three Mile Island. tEa water was lost for about 2*y hours, leaving the core partially uncovered. ·«*SA BW engineer reported fiGg (Davis-Besse i problem. bet BW was unable to re- sjSye (technical questions! a*d nothing happened." ckamp said, said an NRC inspector aiso reached similar o«aclusions about ihe Iivis-Besse incident. =s!t revealed two very im- jnsrtant things that were never communicated to us." Djeekamp said. -Eirst. he said the Davis- Bjssie incident showed that ifeeertain cooling system valves' fail, operators may get incorrect water level indications. Second, the operators have been trained to place great emphasis on not' overfilling the cooling systems, in order tolavoid potentially disastrous pressure buildups. 3Soth of those factors, aiong with others, have been cited as_:causes of the TMI accident. Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Miller. 36 McGinley Drive. Fair- iield. have received ;he following address from their son Roger, who recently left for basic training in the'U. S. Air Force: Roger C. Miller. SQ3723, Fiight'220. Lackland AFB. Texas 78236. The American Cancer Society Office. Adams County Branch. 333 York St.. will be open from 8:30 a. m. until -4:30 p.m. effective immediately, it was announced today by- executive director. Emilie Stouffer. All persons who ordered hoagies from the Newcomer's Club are reminded that delivery will be made Friday. Club members are asked to report Friday at 8 a.m. at the home of Lorraine Edwards. Gettysburg R. 8. to work on the project. A Basic Interior Decorating Course will be conducted by Barbara CarmichaeK owner of Design Place, and sponsored bv the YWCA. beginning sepu IS. from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Cost of the four-week course is -M2 and includes 3. fieid :np ·-.; ihe Washington Shcwpiace. Eosiftra-ion Is due by Sept. :0. Cor.'.ac! the Y office for delays. .334-61:2 - A Taneytowo motorist 1 slightly injured when his car and a tractor trailer collided at the intersection of W. King St. and Rita Marie Ave. Uttiestown at UkST a.m. Wednesday. Littlestown Borough Police reported James Mummert. 21. Tanevtown, driver of a 1972 Chevrolet auto, was treated at the scene for minor cuts and bruises of the head and face by the Littlestown Fire Companv ambulance crew. He said he would seek further treatment later by his family physician. Randall WUderson". 56 of York. Pa., driver of a tractor-trailer belonging to Hall's Motor Transit Co. of Mechanicsburg. was not hurt. Police said Wilderson attempted to turn from Rita Mane Ave. onto W. King Stand hit Mummert's car. eastbound on W. King St. Littlestown firemen assisted on the scene. FORNEY RITES Funeral services for Mavbelle L. Forney. 72, of 427 Baltimore St.. who died Saturday morning at her home, were held Wednesday morning at the Monahan Funeral Home with her pastor, the Rev. Donald Olson, officiating. Burial was in Evergreen Cemeterv. Pallbearers were: Harold A. Dunkleberger. Raymond S. Davis. J. Clair Donley. Glenn S. Weiland. J. Bruee'Maclay and Parker B. Wagnild. Upper Communities Area Obituaries Telephone Mrs. Eugene McCauslin. Biglerville 677-6312 Grannie's Attic moved recently from the Baltimore Pike to a new location at ID! Chamber-burg St.. in the Kendiehart Building, comer of X. Washington and Cham- bersbars St. Former owner. Golda f*eescr. who opened the gift shop several years ago at loCnambersbargSt. is now employed at the shop according to Manager Bill Masemi-r. Tne 43th Annual Reunion of the descendants of John H-. Miller will be held Sunday at Salern United Methodist Church, five miles east of Gettysburg off Rt. 30. The reunion will begin at noon with a picnic lunch. Beverages and ice cream will be supplied and family members should take their own lunch and place settings. A business meeting will follow. Copies of the family book will be distributed to those who have ordered them. For niore information, contact Mrs. Jamie Newton at 3341410. Tne Gettysburg Barracks of the veterans of World War I and Auxiliary will meet Monday at 2 p.m. ai ihe YFW Post Home. E. Middle St. A joint social hour with iunch will follow the meetings. The Carroll Valley Garden Club will reconvene its meetings Monday at 1 p.m. at the CV Branch of the Gettysburg National Bank community room, located on Rt. H6. Prospective and new members are invited to attend. The meeting will open with refreshments being served. Annual dues are S5 and become payable this month. Mrs. Mary Durham will preside and 'ead a discussion on programs topics for the year. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reynolds. 100 Baltimore Si- observed their 64th wedding anniversary Tuesday and not their 50th as previously re- The Conewago Vallev School Board last night received a report on enrollment, handled a host of personnel matters and eulogized the late Stewart V. Walker, a former board member. "School enrollment is down 4./ percent from last year." said Superintendent C!eo Wildasin. "Currently we have 2.756 students enrolled in the school system from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Tnis is down 137 students from about the same time last year. We saw a downturn begin about the middle of last year and it has continued. . He said the biggest decline came in senior high, mostly ninth through twelfth grades. He aiso said the figures were not final and a few more elementary students would be added as soon as they received proper immunization. In financial business, the paying of the bills went smoothly until director Ann Baker questioned a check for a water bill. Wildasin explained that the district must pay a "stand-by" check to the municipal water authority for water to-have on hand during the summer months. "In fact." Wildasin said. "I checked this out and one year we paid more on the stand-by for the whoie year than we did for the regular water." The directors agreed to pay the bills, including the water bill, although directors voted in protest. The board accepted the following resignations: Kit Millar, elementary teacher, effective August 3: John Tog- gas, physical education teacher and head wrestling coach, effective August 23: Giane Gebhart. library aide, effective August 15. and Louise Little. lull-time cook, effective August 27. The board accepted recommendations for employment for: Patricia WEATHER FORECAST--Tropical Storm David wffl p**s through New York and New England in the forecast period, Ttariday until Friday montiag. Cooler temnentires an foftcact for tbe East and wanner temoeratBret for UK Wett. (AP Laterpheto Map» Henry as a business education teacher: Robert Conrad. as a diversified occupations teacher: Clifford Bucfcwal- ter. as an agricultural teacher and as head wrestling coach: Robert Wiker. as a temporary teacher 'of in-' dustrial arts: Thomas Swope. as a full-time substitute teacher of physical education and health: Nancy Ramsey, as. a. part-time school nurse: Leslie Reed, as a full-time substitute teacher: Melvin Hamm as a custodian: Sandra Flickinger: secretary: John Schaline. custodian, and Viola Adair. switchboard operator. as district employees: Jane Madden, guidance secretary of a per- manment basis: Mary Ann Bausher. full-time cafeteria employee: Deborah Rabine. part-time cook and cashier: Barry Laughman. Cary Bastress. George Chronister and Jeff Dieter, as student cafeteria workers: Kenneth Myers, as assistant wrestling coach, and Wanda Corcoran, Debra Derek, Karen Hartlaub. John Longanecker. Pamela McCusker. Sally Morelock. Deborah Noonan. Lome Olson. Brenda Petry. Melanie Reck. Leslie Reed. Melanie Rice and Eleanor Stouffer as occasional substitute teachers. The board also approved a request by John Duttera for additional personal leave and an increase in term life insurance for nonprofessional personnel and administrators to $6.000 for the 197«year and 83.000 for the 1S80-SI year. In other business, the board gave its approval to a request for use of the elementary school cafeteria on Thursday afternoons by Brownie'Troop 272 of Abbottstown. on Friday afternoons by Brownie Troop 104S of the New Oxford area and on the fourth Tuesday or the fourth Sunday bv a Cub Scout Pack. Also approved was a request from the Conewago Valley Education Association for use of the Peters Street School gymnasium for recreational purposes for one night In final business before adjourning, director Mary- Weaver read a eulogy resolution for Stewart V. Walker from the board. The eulogy noted his death on July 15, with sadness and mentioned that he had served as a director with "enthusiasm, unbounded energy, industry and pride". She noted that he had served his church, community and the youth of the area as a church officer, mayor and sponsor of youth activities. "Be it resolved," Ms. Weaver continued, "that the board of directors express their great respect for this public servant: their gratitude of having known and worked with him. their deep regret and toss at his passing on to a fuller life, and direct that this resolution be spread upon the minutes of :'s meeting." Jeff Taylor. 1979 graduate of Biglerville High School, has entered his freshman year at Shippencburg State College wbere he will major in btology. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tavtor. Bigterville R. 1. Jeffs college adress is: Box 469 Mowrey Hail. Shippensburg. Pa*. 17237. Barn- L. Bretzman. Ben- dersviile. was guest of honor Sunday at a bon voyage party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Randall Bendersvifle. Approximately 50 family members and" friends attended the affair which was hosted by his sister. Martha Schriver. and aunt. Sara Randall. Bretzman will return Mondav. Sept. 10, to San Diego. Cafif. where be is stationed with the US Naw. His address is: AN Barrv L Bretzman V3.16M45857. tJSS Constellation CV-64. c/o post office. San Diego. Calif. 96601. Barry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bretzman. Bendersville. The Ladies' Auxiliary" of Biglerville American Legion Post 362 will meet Monday evening at 7:30 at the post home. Members are reminded that 1380 dues of $3 for adults and It for juniors, may now be sent to Loretta Sandoe. Biglerville R. 1. EnrollmentDown In Ccnewago Valley, School Board Is Told Ladies' Bible Study Group of Adams County will meet Tuesday afternoon. Sept. 11. at 1:15 at the home ot Mrs. Helen Daintv and Marian Gulp. Arendtsville. Mrs. Burkhart will lead the study on the Third Psalm. Women of all faiths are welcome. Apple Core Band has cancelled plans to participate in the Emmitsburg parade. Regular rehearsal will be held Monday evening at 7:15 in the practice room over Ditzler's Laandramat in Biglerville. Members are urged to attend, if possible. Cashtown-McKnightstown Senior Citizens will meet Thursday afternoon. Sept. 13. at 1:30 at Flohr's Lutheran Church. The program will consist of a spelling bee and an opportunity for members to tell of interesting incidents or happenings of their school days. "The Vial of Life" program will be outlined by Paul Bittinger. The iternary for the bus trip on Oct. 16 has been changed to Hopewell Village. Berkshire Mall, and Roadside America with a family- style Penna. Dutch dinner in Shartlesville. Cost of the trip, including the meai. is $14.50. Members may make reservations at Thursday's meeting. Hostesses for the meeting are Annette Bream and Mary Deardorff. Miss Janice E. Plank, a 1979 graduate of Gettysburg High School, has completed her summer studies at Bridgewater College. Va.. and is spending several days with her parents and brother Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Plank, Jr. and Chip. Biglerville R.D. Miss Plank will return to her studies in sociology' on Friday. Her address Is: Box 407. Wrighthouse. Bridgewater College. Bridgewater. Va. 22812. Trinity Lutheran Church. Arendtsville. will begin regular worship service Sunday morning. Sept. 9. at 10:30 with Sunday School at 9:15. Holy Communion with Blessing of Children will be celebrated this Sunday at the 10:30 worship service. Also a quiet service of Holv Communion will be offered at 3 p.m. Ail members and friends of the church are invited to attend -open house" during the Sunday School hour on Sunday. Study materials will be on display In the childrens' department and teachers will explain their teaching programs. Refreshments will be served. The Young Adults of Bendersville United Methodist Church will sponsor a hoagie sale Saturday. Sept. 15. Cost is $1 each. Orders can be placed until Sept. 9 with any member or call Mrs. Delmar Cruro, 677-6846. Deliveries will be made before lunch. St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Biglerville. will observe Parish Education Sunday this week during the 10:30 service. A special program will be held for all parents, promotion, installation of leaders and teachers with a coffee hour, honoring the faithful Church School personnel, will follow. The theme will be "To Be Like Children". brine special mtiric Women of all faiths arc welcome, no reservations are necessary. The Ladies' Auxiliary of York Spring Fire Company is sponsoring a hoagie sate on Friday Sept 14. Hoagies can be ordered until Friday. Sept. 7. by calling 3»4» or 528-4947." Biglerville Senior Citizens will hold a luncheon meeting at Oakside Community Park Wednesday at noon. "Reservations should be made by calling Mrs. William Harbaugh at 677-7447. Tickets are C. Mrs. Esther Snyder. Diltsburg. will be guest speaker for the Ladies' Prayer Breakfast on Saturday morning at 7:39 at L*mp Post Tea Room, Gettysfaurs. Brian Hull. New Oxford, will Mishap Causes Minor Injuries A two-car accident resulted in minor injuries to one person Wednesday around noon on Route 394 in Table Rock. Betty Lou Gibbons. 34. of 216 Chambersburg St.. Gettysburg, was taken by Biglerville Ambulance to the Annie M. Warner Hospital, where she was treated and released. Ms. Gibbons was driving a 1971 Chevrolet west on Route 394 and was rounding a sharp right hand curve. State police said she applied her brakes to slow down, crossed the center of the road, collided with a car driven by John T. Alexander. 65. of BiglerviHe. Ms. Gibbons' car was sev- erly damaged: Alexander's 1977 American Motors station wagon received moderate damages. WARNER HOSPITAL Admitted: Marlene K. Kay. 122 Rodes Ave.; Mrs. Douglas Kelley. R. 6: Robert L. Griggs. McKnightstown; Armor M. Weikert. 63 W. High St: Frank P. Parish, Taneytown; Daniel J. Miller. R. 7; Lenetta B. Prosser. York Springs: Ralph E. Wessels. 113 Ridge Ave.: Mrs. Steven Wentz, Cashtown: Mrs. Philip Moore. Aspers R. Discharges: Mamie K. Robinson. Michael Manor; Mrs. Void Frye. Westminster; Mrs. Edwin Taylor and daughter. McKnightstown; William H. White. Emmitsfaurg: Richard M. Cordell. Chambersburg R, 5; Mrs. James E. Small. Fairfield R. 2: Mrs. Antonio Gutierrez and daughter, York Springs R. 1; Angela R, Fuss. Thurmont R. 4. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS Warner Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Steven (Sue Ann Bucher) Wents, Cashtown. daughter. Wednesday. Mr." and Mrs. Philip (Brenda Starner) Moore, Aspers R. 1. daughter, today. Chambersbnrg Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Eugene (Cynthia Bigler) Henry-. 2?s Chambersberg St.. Gettysburg, daughter. Tuesday. CHAMBERSBURG HOSPITAL Discharged: Charles Businda. Orrtanna R. I. No Injuries In One-car Wreck No injuries were reported in a one-car accident Wednesday shortly after noon about one quarter mile north of Herrs Ridge Road on Route 34. John M. Jacoby. 17. of Gardners R. 1. was traveling south driving a 1955 Chevrolet Chevelle, when he lost control on wet pavement, drove off the west shoulder of the road, and struck a utility pole. The car was moderately damaged. Lottery Roundup ALLENTOWN. Pa. CAP) -- Wednesday's numbers in the Pennsylvania 23 for 1 lottery were: Three Digit: 1-7-5 Four Digit: 7-1-4-1 Five Digit: 9-7-2-M ALLENTOWN. Pa. (AP) -- Wednesday's numbers in the Pennsylvania Big SO lottery were: Red:2-?-6 Blue:S Bonus:5-«-3-5-0-9 PITTSBURGH (AP) Wednesday's number in the Pennsylvania Daily Lottery was 044. Victor L. HcOaw Victor L. McClain. 63. died Tuesday. Sept. 4. at the Washington County HospitaL Hagentown. Born in Sabillasville. he was a son of John R. and Annie B. Moser McClain. At one time be had been employed at the RouzerviUe Brass Foundry. Prior to his retirement due to'ill health two years ago. he was employed in maintenace work at Camp Louise for 14 years. He is survi vied by his wife, Mrs. Nellie V. Decker McClain: two sons. Robert L. McCain of Leitersburg and Glenn McClain. at home; a daughter. Mrs. Regina L. Swisher of Fairfield: a brother. Lewis McClain of Cascade: three sisters. Mrs. Ruth Kissick and Mrs. Fred Moore, both of Cascade, and Mrs. Finley Morrow of New Market. Term.: and six grandchildren. Services were held at 11 a.m. today from the Grove Funeral Home in Waynesboro. Mrs. James B. McClain Mrs. Nettie C. McClain. 99. of 12850 'Old Route 16. Waynesboro died Sunday. Sept. 2. in her home. She was the widow of James B. McClain. who died in 1950. Mrs. McClain was born in Sabillasville. Feb. 11.1880. a daughter of the late Francis J. and Manzella M. (Werten- baker) Tressler. She lived her early life in Eyler's Valley. Mrs. McClain had lived on Old Route 16 since her marriage in February. 1898. For the past 14 years, she had made her home with her son and daughter-in-law. Mr.;. McClain was a member of the Rouzervlile Church of the Brethren. She is survived by a son Maurice L. McClain. Waynesboro; a granddaughter; two greatgrandchildren, and a sister. Mrs. Ethel Patterson, a resident of the Lutheran Home. Gettysburg. The funeral will be held at2 p.m. today in the Grove Funeral Home, Waynesboro with the Rev. Leroy Plum. Interment will be in Green Hill Cemetery. Robert L. Yingling Sr. Robert Lyle YingHng Sr.. 46. of 2723 Meadow Drive West. Churchland. Va. assistant to the president in" charge of operations for the Virginia Pilot - Ledger Star newspapers in Norfolk, died Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. in the Portsmouth Hospital. Born in Hanover. Ymgliiig was the husband of Mrs~. Barbara Ann Gilley Yingling and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Yingling. Hornsbwille. York County. Va. Yingling joined the newspaper in 1957 and was assigned to the Postsmouth office. In 1963 he was transferred to Norfolk and made head of the photo department in 1965. Yingling won approxi- matelv 20 photographic award's from the-Virginia Press Association and the Virginia News Photographers Association. A graduate of Poquosun High School, near Hampton. Va.. Yingling began his newspaper career as a photographer for the Newport News. Va. Daily Press. In 1972 he was promoted to night production coordinator for the two newspapers and later became distribution manager, in charge of the mailroom. transportation and news-newsprint budget. At his death. Yingling was in charge of the new system and equipment being installed in the Virginia Pilot Ledger Star production facility currently under construction in Virginia Beach. He also directed. the Mid- Atlantic Sport and Boat Show sponsored annually by the · two newspapers. Surviving also are two sons Robert L. Yingling Jr.. and Bryan Yingling. Chesapeake;, a half-sister, Mrs. Jean Marie Brown, Spring Grove. Pa. and · half-brother. Henry J. Mikeseil. Uttiestown. The funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in St. Christopher Episcopal Church, where he was a member. Officiating will be The Rev. James B. Smith. Burial will be in the Olive Branch Cemetery. The Loving Gay Funeral Home. Churchland. is in charge of arrangements. Memorial donations may be made to St Christopher's Church building fund or to the American Cancer Society. Clareace D. OUer Clarence Denton Ohler. 73. Thurmont R. 2. died this morning at 5:47 at the Warner Hospital where he was admitted Wednesday. Funeral arrangements by the Skiles Funeral Home. Taneytown. are incomplete. Sewer (Condimed from Page 1) to express its concerns about the system early enough, and the supposedly'"unrealistic" requirements it set for development control in affected municipalities before it would give its required approval to the plan. Larson said the park service wanted development controls in townships where there was no zoning and in areas that would not be served by the system. Now. what" apparently faces the group is a study of information important to a local sewer plan -- information collected by WAPORA shout populaiion. pollution, water supply (an item the group was particularly concerned about) archeological significance of affected areas, land use. and precisely what area should be served by a changed system within the area being studied. Generally, the area affected includes all of Gettvs- burg. part of Straban Township, a portion of Cumberland Township and the Lake Heritage area, which also lies in Mount Joy and Mount Pieasant Townships. Slenkamp also provided the group with a general time frame for completion of the EIS. calling for a draft of the study to be done by the end of October and the final xvork fo be completed by 'he end of Fibruary. Bus And Car In Accident The driver of a Lincoln Bus and his 36 passengers escaped injury when their vehicle was involved in a collision with a car on RL 30. four miles east of here at 5:45 p.m. . Monday. . Local state police reported today that Edward Geimaiv II. Hanover R. 1. was driving his bus east and attempting to overtake and pass another car driven by John Bittinger. Aspers R. R. However. Bittinger started to make a left turn- After the impact, police said, the car spun and slid sideways into a" utility pole. Bittinger escaped injury. EMERGENCY TREATMENT Several persons were treated for tajuries in the emergency room of the Annie M. Warner Hospital Wednesday. They are: Alma Sujeski, Gettysburg, finger; Dusty Arnold, Gettysburg", forehead; David Jacoby. Gardners, shoulder; Toad McDannell. Gettysburg, el* bow; Jan Zepp. Gettysburg, wrist; and William R. Hemler, Gettysburg R. », foot. 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