The Evening Sun from Hanover, Pennsylvania on August 6, 1970 · Page 6
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The Evening Sun from Hanover, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Hanover, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, August 6, 1970
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Tiny Tim Joins N. Y. Jaycee Unit PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. AP) — Tiny Tim, the long haired, falsetto-voiced singing star, eagerly signed an application card for a local Jaycee unit Wednesday and was promptly accepted as a member. The performer was rehearsing for an appearance at the Clinton County air when he was approached by several Jaycees who suggested he join the or ganization. “His wife filled out the card,” said Sgt. Gary Flaherty, an Army recruiter wh$ is president of the local chapter, “and Tiny Tim signed it.” Hanover Shoe*» Stores Increase To Total Of 135 THE EVENING SUN __ Thursday, August r, 1970 Auxiliary Unit Gives Firemen $7,500 Check The treasury, of the Friendship Fire Co., Pennville, has been enriched by a $7,500 check from its Ladies Auxilary. The check, presented by Mrs. Ruth Baublitz, president of the auxiliary, and accepted on behalf of the firemen by President Russell Wilson Tuesday, | boosted total donations since the first of the year to $.12,500. j ‘ Wilson announced plans for Installation of air conditioning in kitchen quarters at the company hall. Plans were disclosed for an appreciation picnic for all persons who assisted at the com- .pany’s carnival and others who worked on company projects the past year. The out-j ing will be held Wednesday.; Aug. 19. at 6:30 p.m. on the ■ company grounds. During the business session Alvin Unger was accepted into^ the company as a member. Religiouk Roundu i) Area Church Women j To Attend Sessions Three area churches will be represented at the 8th annual convention of Central Pennsylvania Lutheran Church Women. Lutheran Church in America. on the campus of Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove. Friday and Saturday, Aug. 14 and 15. Chaplain will be the Rev. Carl Berkobin, pastor of Christ Lutheran Church, Gettysburg, who will give the biblical perspective of the love-in-action theme based on I Timothy 6:3-14 and I John 3:13-18. Representing the local area will be Mrs. Clifford R. Miller Jr. and Miss Pearl Bkttner, St. Matthew Lutheran Church; Mrs. Harvey Gross and Mrs. Glenn Leister, St. Mark Lutheran Church, and Mrs. Morell Myers. St. Paul Lutheran Church, Broadway. Colombo held immediately following the groundbreaking program at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Warehime, Hanover R.D. Scout News With The Armed Forces Carnival Aids MD A penny carnical was held Saturday at the home of Sharon Grove. 527 South High Street, with Carol Senft and Terri Storm in charge. The three girls, with the help of friends and neighbors, netted $13 and a check for that amount was forwarded to the Muscular Dystrophy Fund. >jtFiremi*n Called •is*'*» ^ i-f? Members of the Hanover Fire were called to the home of j->tiuy Livingston, 202 East Chest- 'Jgki ut Street, to extinguish a fire ^in a power lawn mower yester ’^tlay at 9:35 a.m. Side Glances THE WEATHER York-Adams Area — Fair to-night, low 60 to 65. Mostly sun- Çïiy and warm Friday, high 80 *T-Ï o 85. Probability of précipita £:#on near zero per cent tonight ;^:and Friday. Wind variable under £*10 miles per hour through Friday. Outlook for Saturday, mostly sunny and warm. 5C LOCAL WEATHER REPORT 'SC- (Observations At 7 A.M.) t tate of Weather—-Partly Cloudy ïjcWind Direction—Southeast 'precipitation previous 24 hours —None <^Arnperature (7 a.m.)—65 Ë previous 24 hours—58 l previous 24 hours—83 one year ago—60 i one year ago—79 ther year ago—Clear MINIATURE ALMANAC Sun rises tomorrow 6:11 a.m. Sun sets today 8:15 p.m. Moon rises 10:17 a.m. sets 10:-08 p.m. First Quarter,. Aug. 10., j Births Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Dubs, East Berlin announced the birth of a son yesterday at the Hanover General Hospital. 'You wiU meet a taH, handsome college man. He will you ti sign a potitiooi**

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