53 7Names Placed In Adams Jury Wheel GETTYSBURG - The names of 537 Adams countians were placed in the jury wheel for the coming year, with the number chosen from each district varying in accordance with population. Smaller communities such as Abbottstown have eight names in the wheel. Gettysburg has 70. Also drawn by Sheriff Bernard V. Miller, Jury Commissioners Roy S. Renner and Laura S. Freed and their clerk, Mrs. Wilda B. Sheaffer, were 129 persons to serve during the February term of court. Following is the list of those whose names Ml the jury wheel. Abbottstown Fred Bankert, Charles Swope, Carl Leese, Anna Baker, Virginia Zeigler, Nettie Berkheimer, James Howe, and Richard Griest. Arendtsville William Raffensperger. C. 0. «Schweizer, Mrs. Ted Moore, •" Mrs. Ray Snyder, Mrs. Anna Allison, Earl Shreckengost, Har*, old E. Taylor, Eugene Tuckey, Ronald P. Wagner, Gift H. Walter. Bendersville > George L. Schriver. Mary Bit- «tinger, Melvin Bean. Glenn Tay£ lor, John P. Hoffman, Mrs. Ed•*> ith Crum, Robert K. Peters, L. ! W. Kuhn. Berwick * Mrs. James Mehring, James £ J. Kline, Joyce E. Fodor, Wil *• bur W7entz, Jessie V. Bentzel, «George H. Albright, Mary Ell der. Biglerville 1 J. Ralph Stoner, Harold Buch- k er. Charles Smith. Nadine Oyler. I Mrs. Chas. Sterner, Mrs. Theda Schwartz, Martha Beidler, Rev. Warren Johnson, Eugene Rouzer, Ronald Couchman, Myra Jester, Robert W. Shafer. Bonneauville Clement B. Hawn, Guy Sanders, Mary Omdorff. Donald Storm, Raymond F. Small. Thomas J. Dinan, Eileen M. Lee, Raymond Zartman. Butler Walter D. Fohl, Howard Guise, A J. Ebbert, Rae E. Harman. Warren Boyer. Helen Clapper. * William WT. Mauss, Marcella * Stoner, Francis S. Crawn, Helen * S. Hawbecker. Conewago I Dennis Epley, Robert A. * Klunk. Marie R. Busbey, Joan ■ Sneeringer, Jacob N. Menges. ] Joanne Yantis, Henry Moore. ; Frances Clabaugh, Michael A. I Lauro. Conewago No, 2 * Mrs. Jean M. Arigo, Thomas t Aumen, Thomas Rutters, Rose Marie Carbaugh, Mrs. Genevieve Yealy, Thomas E. Miller, Evelyn V. Spangler, Burnell W. Hartlaub, Bernard E. Smith. Cumberland No. 1 Doris M. Deaner, George Coleman, John A. Codori, Clyde Topper, Arlene Shealer, Marian Sneeringer, John WT. Coleman, Sara A. Roth, Robert F. Green. Cumberland No. 2 Betty J. Yingling, Harold Wherley, Dorothy T. Hershev, Walter C. Sell, Jeanne Herring, A, Kenneth Dick, Maruice Fe lix, Harry E. Connor, Charles H. Huber Jr. East Berlin Dorothy E. Elgin, Janet M. Bollinger. Ruth M. Lau, Mervin D. Jacobs, Marian Fetrow, Curvin Fissel, Charles Anthony, John Philips, Paul Brodbeck, Gloria Wrights. Fairfield Charles Weikert, Hazel Scott, John Andrew, James Landis Jr., Virginia Crouse. Regina Rosen- wals. Florence Seiferd, Thomas Steinberger, Charles Deardorff, M. Helen McCleaf. Franklin Mark Bucher. John Neadv, Raymond Wetzel. Harold Kane, LeRov Hartman, Anna Mae Mickiey, Mary Keller, Glenn: Hartzell. Howard Seamens, Mrs. Janet Oyler. John Kunkel, Verna Geyer, Mildred Bushey, Thelma Bream. Terry A. Culp, Ruth Biesecker. Jack R. Settle, Kenneth Williams Sr., Harry M. Small. Owen Bucher, William B. Lower, Burnelle Deardorff, Clyde W. Hall, Elsie Jacobson. Sally Hibbs, John Whitney, Harvey Wagner, Lois Heyser, Gladys B. Spencer and Jean Keller. Freedom Paul J. Reaver, Margaret Landsperger, Jean McNair, George Rohrbaugh, Marion E. Waker Sr., Stanley E. Tracy, Hobbs, John W. Woods, Alice Samuel L. Brewer, Jean L. Scott. Germany , Ronald Crouse, Fred W7. Scott, i Esther P. Beachtel, George R. v Carpenter, Kenneth S. Ogg, Rev. Rdbert C. Camac, Allen H. Epley, Catherine Cochran, Earl J. Brumgard, Charles W. Snyder. John W. Henshaw, Francis L. Mummert. Gettysburg, 1st Wd,, 1st Prec. N. L. Minter, Robert G. Signor, Grover Thompson, Sara Overcash, Joan Bremman, JJ Milton Bender, Margaret E. Stauffer, Chester W. Hoke. Gettysburg 2nd Precinct Maybe lie Little, Elizabeth H., Westerdahl, Ralph E. Barley, Robert P. Snyder, William E. Troxel, Mary Ellen Myers, Ethel P. Guise, Barbara A. Weikert, Mary S. Frasch, Marie K. Sheads, Robert Waybright, Sterling F. Musselman, Mrs. George R. Larkin, Marjorie Toomey. Gettysburg. 2nd Ward Henry M. Scharf, William R Fiscel, Irvin M. Seilhamer, Eliz abeth Evans, Sue Bloser, Willis L. Weikert, Ray J. Kitzmiller, Richard Lighter, L. D. Folkemer, George F. Good, Mindelle Dellinger, Marion G. Stambaugh. Gerald Shealer, Kenneth P. Hull, Hannah Teeter, Emma E. Crist, Anne K. Mc- Keefauver, William Phelps, Glynn, Harold Ecker, L. C. Mark Eckert, Robert G. Rhoads. Gettysburg, 3rd Ward Frederick H. Furney, G. Ivan Naugle, Betty Adams, Hannah E. Brown, Margaret L. Galbraith, Kermit Deardorff, Gertrude Winebrenner, Cora E. Halsey, Robert Gilbert, Jean W. Odom, Barbara K. Fair, George Lower, Sloan R. Hott, Doris Oyler, B. S. Rehmeyer, Dr. M. R. Hamsher, Edgar Leech, Nancy B. Spalding, Edward R. Parris, Kathryn Britcher, William Musser, Beatrice Harness, William Lentz, Ruth M. Harness. Hamilton John L. Huffman, John G. Myers, Bernard K. Wolf, Paul E. Seabrook, Robert A. Lemmon, Ruth H. Mickiey, D. M. Anderson, Ervin R. Baugher, Dorothy Eisenhart, Lee H. Frey, Hilda Starner, Norman Wolf.. Hamiltonban Clifford Baker, Calvin Bream, Robert Neely, Annabell McCleaf, George Inskip. Horace F. Armour, George Steinberger, Phyllis M. Bream, Ruth Donaldson, Raymond C. Gilland, Charles Weikert, Lorraine Wilt, Marie Sites. Highland Glen Trostle, Mrs. Sara Keefer, Mrs. Clara Lepick, Margaret Wood, Mary E. Beard, Clair Adams, Barry Bixler, Hilda Spence and Walter L. Hay. Huntingdon Charles Wishard, Shir 1 e y Smith, Arlene Davis, B. J. Griffie. Vesta Day, Jeannette Stambaugh, Fred C. Hopper, Robert E. Smith, Rebecca Guise, Fred Shive and Ruth Wastler. Huntingdon No. 2 Gilbert Tate. M. 0. Murtorff Jr., Rodney W. Smyers, Kenneth Barbour, Nancy Bream, Gladys S. Heller, Kenneth L. Tyler and Lloyd Hoffman. Latimore Mrs. Erma Weigle, Frank C. Myers, Dale Brandt, Stephen Harbold, Genevieve Hoak, Rodney Wolf, Mary Prosser, Mary- ann Speese, Titus Mummert, Yolanda N. Aiello, Jacob K. Byers, Bruce Wagner Jr., Lois A. Painter, Joyce LaRue, and James E. Campbell. Liberty Donald E. Cordell, Allen L. Underwood, Mrs. Sarah M. Kugler, Janet P. DePew, Teresa V. Rogers, Erma G. Jorgensen, Pauline Shank, Alberta Bostwick, Leonard M. Sites, and Fred Nagle. Littlestown, 1st Ward C. Evelyn Basehoar, Dorothy 0. Burgoon, John R. Bloom, Thomas L. Cookson, C. Kathryn Flickinger, Sadie Almoney, Harry J. Toms, Luther D. Snyder, Harry C. Wildasin, Loii- ella Baumgardner, Monroe Morelock, Paul Altoff, Naomi Lipy, Louise Myers. LITTLESTOWN, 2ND WARD Thelma Cookson, Malcolme Hess, Vernon Study, Monroe J. Stavelv, Paul E. Hilderbrick Jr., Harrison F. Snyder, Jay C. iSentz, Charlotte V. Gouker, Glenn E„ Ohler, Mary Elizabeth Staub, Robert J. Eckenrode, Ralph L. Staley, Margaret S. vStair, Mary Lynch. MeSHERRYSTOWN 1ST WARD Mrs. Rita Hagerman, Mrs. Joseph Sneeringer, James Breighner, Charles H. Krichten, Theresa Cole, Mrs. Rita Groft, Gerald E. Hartlaub, Mrs. Helen ¡Lawrence, Mrs. Serena Coffman, Damage Listed At $7,000 In Four Highway Accidents James Conrad, Rodney F. Law-! rence, David Ernst, Raymond E. Bange. Phyllis Smith, Evelyn C. Colgan, Edgar Keefer, Virginia T. Long, Earl Liveslberger, Ruth Orndorff, Mrs. Josephine McSherry, Francis Klunk, Donald Hagarman, Richard Neiderer, William G. Staub, Irl Sniiitih, Lawrence Long. MENALLEN TWP. Walter C. Thomas, Joan L. Rice, Ronald L. Tuckey, Mrs. Grace M. Eicholtz, Richard Pitzer, George H. Cole, Donald Trostle, Mrs. Wrilda Sheaffer, Miss Beulah Smith, Byron L. Brough, Paul Bricker, John W. Wilson, Isabelle Hutton, Mrs. Freda Weaver, Paul J. Osborn, Jr., James Schulteis, Mrs. Louise Carey, Harold R. Baltzley. Justin Horick, Ralph Mentzer. MT. JOY Carl Flynn, John Schwartz, C. Glenn Reaver, Clifford Ru- iand, Naomi C. Schwartz, Clarence H. Myers, Alex Damiloski Jr., Mrs. Evelyn M. Reaver, Dale R. Grove, Mrs. Rhoda Conover, Kathryn Straley, Mrs. An nabelle V. Bair, Robert Lohr, Elizabeth Stair, William C. Darrah, Luther Schwartz, Nancy Yingling. Emil Klinger. Faye Rife, Hillen V. Rife, James E. Weaver, Mrs. Helen Weaver, Mrs. Agnes M. Pohlman, Richard J. Mills, Miss Darlene Sponseller, Mrs. Patricia A. Krape, Suzanne E. Rebert, Mrs. Romaine Groft, John L. Bowling. MT. PLEASANT - NO. 2 Mrs. Jacqueline S. Gable, Milton H. Hull, Mrs. Mary Starner William R. Sentz, Donald Kemp, Charles Cutshal, Floyd J. Stam- Sheely, Mrs. Hazel J. Grasmick, Earl L. Collins, George E. Smeltz. Ruth Moore, George M. Taughinbaugh, John A. Greenholt, Mrs. Josephine E. Smith, Jack K. Kraber, Jean M. Brashears, Charles Carbaugh, Mrs. Janet Miller, Gary C. Daum, Mrs. Mary Y. Zinn, Paul Stock, Herbert Shriver. READING TWP. William Moul, Mrs. Virginia Hamm, Melvin Starner Jr., Fred Ecker, John Gordon, Mary Rinker, Eugene Kline, Melvin R. Baker, Dorothy Wampler, Geraldine Myes, Mrs. Helen Nell, John B. Bechtel, Mrs. Nancy A. Stimer, Mrs. Alice Bowman. Charles E. Wolf. STRABAN TWP. NO. 1 George W. Taughinbaugh, Oscar Mehring Jr., Joan B. Baltzley, Rughe J. Unger, A.B. Martin John Schrade, Roland Adams, Arthur W’eaner, Gladys M. Hull, Lane N. Benda, Burnell R. DeHoff. STRABAN TWP. NO. 2 Flo E. Woomer, George W. Lewis, Paul A. Walter. Helen B. Mcllhenny, Paul R. Baird, James F. Black, George S. Deatrick, Richard E. Kammerer, H. Thomas Elledge, Norma J. Little, Clarence Keller. TYRONE Frances G. Lady, Melvin Sharrer, Ruth Martin, Robert Kennedy Jr., Clair Starry, Joanne M. W’itherow, Glenn W. Millar, Margaret T. Volland, Dorothy W. Beatty, Dale Slay- baug'h. Robert Mansberger, Merl Eiisenhart, Louise Hikes, Jack A. Kump. UNION LeRov Basehoar. Robert W FLYING NUN — Sister Margaret Mary flies blimp over Miami Beach with some help from Goodyear pilot, Ronald Bell. Sister Margaret Mary holds a commercial pilot’s rating and 450 hours in conventional aircraft. (AP Wirephoto) Linda L. Grasmick Named As Music Camp Participant GETTYSBURG — State po-tlestown, was traveling north vestigation of the theft of a bat- R ^ ,n, n311«',Ge^r£e [J3^ W. Bowers, Mrs.Es- lice investigated auto accidents on Route 140 and his vehicle terv from a 1969 Plymouth f ' lr ’ ap ' 0 e’ Bankert, Bernard W Dut- over the weekend which caused struck the guard posts on the sedan on the parking lot at nvrnnn ouT' We™on Arentz< ‘tar! ey nearly $7,000 in damages to ve-right side of the highway. Cashtown Inn. The burglary Ann n rpat.( D v „ V „ hides and property. Damage totalled an estimated happened November 21 between k . v. \in : p SD y ’ ^rs' tv, u" n + j i 8 , I 1 in nm snri 9 o m hut Shank> Charles A. Markle, Paul Geraldine Redding, Mrs. Jean The biggest damage was to $1.350 in a single vehicle ac 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. but was staub John L Sneering Mrs F Kj Francis Haines a large house trailer and truck cident Saturday at 3 a.m. on not reported to state police un- p. Waener I pvprp Rrpiph- vork : spmNrs tractor which overturned on the Route 194, one mile south of ^ Saturday, by the owner, Ray Harrv T'rone Rjchard H Mrs Fmma Kemner TWer Lincoln Highway, two mile, U,tlestown. Grove. The ha.tery was valued ¿rone,V“£ west, of McKmghtstown, Friday Police said Claude Osten dt vo- Florence E. Klunk. Mrs. Marv M. Bohn Glenn Wonders Ralph at 8:50 a m Damage was es- Green Jr ; 29 George Street, Jwo men were taken into cus- B. Snyder, H.B. Millar, Laurin L. Golden. Mervin M Day timated at $5,000. Tanevtown. Md., was traveling t°dy by state police Saturday --------------- ~— Police said George H. Justice, south on Route 194. apparently at 10 P m > and each paid a $10 35, Utica, Ohio, driver of the fej[ as]eep ran 0ff the west ^ine an(* costs following an al- truck, suffered minor injuries bgj-m and struck a utility pole tercation on Legislative Route but did not seek treatment. His j|e suffered minor cuts but did >n Butler Township. State wife, Betty Justice, 43, a pas- no^ ggg^ immediate treatment. p°lice identified the two men senger in the ii-uck-lnaetor was „ waJ estima(ed as George Washington, 21, Get- not hurt- $1 ->00 to Green’s 1970 MustanP ty sbur8 R D-4- a nd John Earl the°iargeShouse S Mg? #»“ ^ ^ ^ 1 it to flip over on its side. Jus- 1S n • P° e- Investigating Hit. Run 72 Students On Delone Honor Roll tice’s truck tractor skidded out Annio vi Worror Wncnitoi r Mc&HERRYSTOWN — E3even Thomas Smith. e M rer H spital Get [>e|one Catholic High School stu- Juniors Lisa Beard left hand^oHowhig3 the art dents were named to the James Feeser. Jeanne Krott, of control, crossed the highway Police are continuing their in ment. Both men were charged £ftU1markinffnn^H^! nif01 and overturned. The wre c k vestigation of a hit and run with disorderly conduct before t Showvaker Cynthm Wea- blocked the Lincoln Highway accident and a burglary. Both Justice of the Peace Clarence onp _tuHpnf- 5“ ^ r r^'ff ^1C eu Cllffo^ Lu-a.n,n for four hours. State police de- were reported to state police Fritz and were released after rol| honor Groft, ^cy^Heiser, Donna Mil- toured traffic around old Route Saturday. Police said an un- paying their fines and costs. 30 between McKnightstown and known driver of a vehicle tra Cashtown while the wreckage veling south at 4pm on Legis- ^ » j lative Route 01001 between Orr- ¡5llS(JllCnflllHOCn The distinguished are: was being cleared. Car Hits Guard Rails tanna and Cashtown struck two TnCino In another auto accident Fri- P°sts and 3° feet of fence on ^ «• It i day at 2 p.m., $400 damage the property of Maurice Flem <> \n10 Cnnn>rt< resulted when a Littlestown mo- in§- Orrtanna R.D. 1. Damage * torist’s auto crashed into seven was estimated at $25 to Flem- CncnnohnnnnpV Hinh -“*—** guard posts on Route 140, one »Jg’s property. The driver left ‘Q ch ‘ and Stephen Mathias, mile north of Littlestown the scene after the mishap. ‘ ‘ P Freshmen' Stpnhpn FcVarH Police said Leroy Hamer, 63. Battery Stolen Brod 1 Ho TZ Seniors Jane L Kath,een ^ner, Edward Kress! I NffW of 1« West King Street, Lit- Police are continuing the m- becks R D , Sundav 'at 7:30 inbotham. Linda sta'ub, Peggy Steven Milter Mary Small ^ 'p- ' ! Kress, George Wherley a n The band, orchestra and chor ler, Alan Roth, Diane Smith, Jea- students n^tte Wolf. Karen Clabaugh, Rosalie Groft, Stephen Hoffman, Juniors: Diane Funk, James Monica Noe!. Diane Shaner and Overbaugh, Mary Hemler, Mi- ^onna Smith, chael Sanders, John Leppo and Sophomores: Anthony Asper, Jeffrey Sneeringer. David Bolton, Sharron Hoffman, Sophomores: Joseph Conrad, Brian Klunk, Leo Kolarik, Phyl, Simon Pennings, John Harrison Us Lawrence, Susan Slagle, Karri »/r-iu:— en steinour, Jonathan Becker, Thomas Brenner, Jeanne Huff, NEW OXFORD - Linda Lou Grasmick, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Albert Grasmick. 101 South College Avenue, New Oxford, has been accepted for enrollment in Susquehanna University’s “Camp de Musique International," a summer music program for high school students. Miss Grasmick, a sophomore at New Oxford High School, plays the flute. The six week program begins June 27 and will have an enrollment of 150 students, 12 counselors and a faculty of seven Students are accepted on the basis of a taped audition and letters of recommendation from their music teacher and their high school guidance counselor. Camp activities are divided into three phases: a week at the Susquehanna campus, three weeks at the Hotel Tete-de-Ran near Neuchatel, Sqitzerland, and two weeks of travel and performance in Italy, Austria, France and Germany. Music offerings include band, orchestra, choir, small ensembles and music appreciation classes. During the first four weeks, there are daily rehearsals and classes, concerts, orientation sessions, a recreational program and various side trips. Concerts will be presented during the final two weeks at Florence and Rimini, Italy; San Marino; Innsbruck and Salzburg, Austria; and Dinkelsburhl, Germany. Other cities to be visited are Milan, Paris and Venice. The Hotel Tete-de-Ran, Swiss location of the camp, is a ski resort in the Jura Mountains of northwestern Switzerland. Director of the camp is James B. Steffv, chairman of the Department of Music at Ssuque hanna University. Steffy was formerly a member of the music faculty of the New England Music Camp at Oakland, Me., and last summer co ordinated a 30-day European tour by the Susquehanna University band and choir. Neighbors’ Notices is of Susquehannock will pre- Foni Dubs Crowned sent their annual Christmas con- Homecoming Queen pprt tn tnp niihhr» iVrpmhpr 1h r' x Knoerlein, Cynthia La wren c e, Sharon Redding and Donna Smith. Christmas Pi Spring Grove Irishtown cert to the public December 16 at 8 p.m. in the high school Miss Toni Duhs was crowned , , w.n. , , auditorium. homecoming que«n dunng half VSk Stea The Young Women’s Democra- The Ladies Auxiliary of the The mixed chorus will present time activities at the basket r , nphm rphhart’ tic Club will hold its annual Irishtown Fire Co. will hold a concert December 20 at 7:30 ball season opener at Bethany T Marker Valerie* Christmas party and banquet their annual Christmas banquet p.m. at the Immanuel United ^azarene College, Bethany. . k efpWn rarr p,,,!,! Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in the at the New Oxford fire hall Dec- Methodist Church, Glen Rock. Okla. ' R , o t n ; , v “ Tremont restaurant, York. Gifts ember 15 at 7 p.m. Santa Claus --------------------------- Elected bv a vote of the *u Kale* Robert Overbaugh and will be exchanged. The club recently approved a $5 contribution to the Tuberculosis Society. Mrs. Paul Rener Elected President Of St. John's LCW will be present and gifts e*- AdaillS BirtllS changed. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Bendersville, announce the birth The executive board of the of a (Daughter Sunday at the Gettysburg Handcrafters will Annie M. Warner Hospital, Gei- meet Tuesiday at 10 a.m at the tysburg Gettysburg Freshmen: Cynthia Bair, Mi- dent body, the new queen is | Henry Shea, majoring in Spanish, is vice president of the Student Educa- Flospitcll I^iitieiltS tion Association and a member of Atfienias. the honorary scho-j Patients admitted to the An- lastic and .service group nje m Warner Hospital. GettyS- Mj« Dubs is a 1967 graduate burg> were Mrs. Franklin Fair, of Spring Grove Area High Taneytown, Md.; Bernard Ott Adiams County Extension Office. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kee- V?1001 ai\d, 18 daughter of Jr Emmitsburg, Md.; Charles fer, Gettysburg R.D. 3. are the Is' Lewis R. Dubß^^Rogers, Gettysburg; Mrs. Rob- parents of a daughter born Sat ^ ^ ‘ ^ , ert Eisenhart, Aspers; James urdav a, the Annie M. Warner NWer. Emmitsburg R.D.l com)ng aehvifaes at Be<han>. JMd ; Edward Bower^ Big,er. ville; Mrs. Margaret Aiken, Md.; William 111 Baltimore Street. LITTLESTOWN - Mrs. Harry Littlestown W. Badders. Lumber Street, _ , _ . , „ „ ,, . ^ was hostess to the LCW of St. Past President s Night will Hospital, Gettysburg. John’s Lutheran Church at the be °bserved Tuesday at a meet- A son was born to Mr December meeting. R°tary Club at Schot „— — ..... .......a ,aiau uaac «« »«««« auu R„ffAn<.TVJ,r0pr rvrtann r n ties restaurant. Saturday at Annie M. Warner is used to thicken gravies and i The Christmas party of the Hospital, Gettysburg. soups. ’ , a Rn. ?, eave[’ T ,et' Loyalty Sunday School Oass of---------------------------5---------------------------------------------------------------M1?* R Mrs,^rl John- St. Paul’s Lutheran Church wiU ()ut Qur \^ay gy J# R William8 Mrs. Charles Bollinger Sr., Get and Dulse, a coarse red seaweed. ing of the Rotary Club at Schot- Mrs. Robert Hahn, Littlestown, is a salad base in Scotland and ^'S16™1116 Officers who were elected for the 1971 year were: President, M rs. Paul Renner; vice president, Mrs. James L. Rhoades; secretary, Mrs. Walter Yingling; assistant secretary, Mrs. Badders; treasurer, Mrs. Robert V. Weaver; and flowers, Mrs. Harry O. Harner. Mrs. Badders presented the topic, “Light for Darkness,” using a candle for the setting. Mrs. Rhoades also presented the topic which was divided into four parts which were God’s Light,” “God’s Darkening W;orId,” “Christ the Light of the World” and “Children of Light.” Mrs. Weaver sang “Just One Little Candle.” It was decided to give gifts to the Lutheran Home and to the LCW’s adopted family in Kentucky. They will undertake a sewing project for the Lutheran World Service. Elephants are used in place of The next meeting will be held railroad switch engines at a ce- January 5. Mrs. George Cool ment plant in India. One animal will be the leader and hostes can push three loaded freight ses will, be Mrs. Aivin J. Groft cars and throw track switches and Mrs. Cool. j with its trunk be held tonigiht at 7:30 at the rthuroh. Girl Scout Troop 976 will pack Christmas boxes Tuesday eve-j ning at tie Community Center Each girl is asked to bring 3 dozen cookies. The Littlestown Senior Citizens will have a turkey dinner Thursday at noon at the Eiagies home. Each member is asked to bring a covered dish and his own place setting. The Alloway Early Bird Homemakers will meet Thurs day at the home of Mrs. Anna Hamer, Christmas decorations j will be made. The officers of Explorer Post; 84 will meet tonight at 7 at the Community Center. tysburg R.D.3; Carl Knox, Get! tysburg: Mrs. Maruice Buckley, Thurmont R.D.2, Md.; Mrs. Barton Foth, Gettysburg; Charles Shultz, Gettysburg, and Mrs. Jean Smith, Gettysburg. Discharged were Mrs. Joseph Null and son. South Mountain: Mrs. Gabriel Boucher and daughter, Gettysburg R.D.4; Mrs. Richard Wivell and son, Union Bridge R.D.l, Md.; Mrs. Franklin Renner and daughter, Keymar R.D.2, Md.; Mrs. Thomas Crist, Gettysburg; Glenn Everts, Gettysburg R.D. 4; Mrs. Cloid Vines, Aspers; Mrs. Carroll Barnhouse, Tanty- town R.D.2, Md.; John Brown, Thurmont R.D.2, Md.; Curnal Butt, Gettysburg; Lamont Kane, Orrtanna R.D. 1, Myrl Taughinbaugh, Gettysburg R.D.4: Mrs. Charles Fatzinger, Gettysburg R.D.6; Miss Susan Roth, Gettysburg, and Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler Bifflerviile R.D. 2. ABBOTTT'STOWN - The National Council of Catholic Women of the Immmaculate Heart of Mary Church will sell Christmas trimmming at the church following all masses until the holiday. A contribution was also sent to the Camp Hill Correction Institution for Christmas gifts for the boys. Gifts will ge given to the church's shut-ins and children following the December 20 program. At a recent meeting, reports were heard on the Merchandise Club, cook books and candy sales. The Recollection Day program will be held March 21. A discussion was held on the “Generation Gap. The Rev. Kane showed slides of the church and of his trip to Germany. The next meeting will be held January 7 at 7: ’0 p m. Students Form Unit The Craft Manufacturing Co., a Junior Achievement Corp., has been formed by 21 Spring Grove Area Senior High School students with the P.H. Glatfel ter Co. as sponsors. ; The new company’s project is a deeoupage-finished plaque to be ready for Christmas giving. Glatco advisers are Samuel Boyd, sale; Thomas Buckovich, I personnel; and David Grady, cost. Treated For Injuries Dale Wire, 13, Spring Grove R.D. 3, was treated at the York Hospital at 5:35 p.m. Saturday for multiple cuts and bruis?s he received when his mini-bike overturned in the Spring Grove R.D. 1 area. Wantz, Tyson Address Lions At Littlestown LITTLESTOWN - The Adams County Schools vocational guidance program for slow learners was explained to the Littlestown Lions Club by Ned J. and Kennneth L. Tyson, project director. Visitors at the meeting were Guy Brewer and John Stuffier, Silver Run-Union Mills Lions Club; and Ray Kline, Penn Township. Gary Strevig present the budget for 1971. Members of his commmittee were Edgar Wolfe. Charles H. Fissel and Chester S. Byers. The budget was accepted as presented. The annual Bov Scout meeting will be held February 2 in conjunction with the Rotary Club me#ting. It was announced that the Chamber of Commerce banquet will be held January 20. David Erb, fruit cake committee. announced that there were several cakes available. They can be purchased from any member of the club The board of directors voted to contribute $25 for Christmas baskets for area residents. A donation of $5 was given to the York Adams Respiratory Health Association Tnc. The directors also approved the sponsorship by LittlestowTi in the Lions International Youth Exchange Program. The next meeting will be held December 17 at 6:20 p.m. at Schottie’s The annual Christmas Family Night will be held. East Berlin Area Woman In jured In Auto Accident An East Berlin R.D. 2 woman was treated at York Hospital Friday nigh1 following a collision on the Stone Brook Bridge on Route 30 at 7:15 Shirley L. Wildasin 34. a passenger in a car driven by Doro thy DeHaven, 48, York Springs R.D. 2, received bruises in the accident Springettsbury Township police said cars were stopped because an ambulance was passing over the bridgf when a car driven by Harold E. Keller, 3«, York R.D. 9, collided with Mrs. DeHaven’s vehicle. £pringetts ambulance conveyed Mrs. Wildasin to the hos pi al. The state Public Utliity Commission has scheduled a hearing in York Thursday on a citizen’s complaint that the bridge, over the Penn Central railroad tracks, constitutes a traffic hazard. The complain* asks that the bridge be removed.
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