The Gazette and Daily from York, Pennsylvania on January 20, 1944 · Page 21
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The Gazette and Daily from York, Pennsylvania · Page 21

York, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 20, 1944
Page 21
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BOYS AND Che Biggest Little Paper in tbc World i HAPPY BIRTHDAY Till RSUAY, JANUARY 20, 1944 JANE CAROL ANSTINE, 5 years, York R. D. 3. CONNIE JOAN BAHN, 8 years, Windsor. JOAN ELAINE BECK, 9 years, 334 Rein-eck Place. FRANCIS BAUMGARDNER, 1 year, Spring ' Grove. VIRGINIA BLACK, 15 years, Glen Rock. MARTHA ANN BOLLINGER, 16 years, 125 W. Cottage Place. BETTY ANN BRENNEMAN, 9 years, Manchester. BRUCE BROWN, 10 years, 1336 W. King St. NICHOLAS BROWN, 5 years, 758 E. King St. JOSIAH WILLIAM EBY, 16 years, 623 Franklin St. FERNE ENFIELD, 13 years, Felton. RAE ELEANOR EVELER, 7 years, Laurel. -iARY LOUISE FISHER, 4 years, Etters. ROBERT LEE FORRY, 2 years, York R. D. 6. DORIS ELIZABETH FREY, 16 years, Hallam. SitNE FULTON, 15 years, Stewartstown. VIRGINIA MARIE GILES, 3 years, Fawn Grove. ARTHUR EUGENE GLADFELTER, 10 years, 15 W. South St. SAMUEL S. GLADFELTER, 12 years, York R. D. 1. DELORIS GOVEAN, 5 years, Rocks, Md. ROBERTT ST. CLAIR, 2 years, Red Lion. EMMA MAE GROSS. 14 years, Etters. ROBERT LESTER GROVE, 4 years, York IX. D. 4. FREDERICK ALLEN HARROLD, 5 years, Spring Grove. GENE HACKMAN, 16 years, York R. D. 7. FRANCES HESS, 14 years, East Berlin. . LARRY ALBERT JONES, 1 year, New Freedom. JAY LEE KROUT JR., 3 years, York R. ' D. 2. JANICE M. LITTLE, 6 years, Hanover. DALE LLOYD LOVE, 12 vears. W.ndsor. EUGENE RICHARD McDONALD, 12 years, Windsor. ARLENE L. MENGES, 14 years, High , Rock. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH MILLER, 13 years, York R. D. 4. GLADYS E. MILLER, 14 years, Fawn Grove. GEORGE EDWARD MONAIIAN, 8 years, i5 Smith St ".LENN G. MUMMERT, 4 vears. Hanover. LARRY FRANKLIN NONEMAKER, 7 years. New Freedom. MADELINE CAROL OBERDORFF, 10 yrs., Windsor. ELAINE M. PETERS. 4 years, Dallaslown. THCLMA M. RAINES, 14 years, Stewart Ave.. JOAN RESH. 10 years, 594 W Phila St EUGENE RE3SER. 16 years, Lineboro, Md. JAY MERVIN REXROTH, 5 years, Red Lion. GLORIA ELLEN RITZ, 16 years, Red fc Lion. PHYLLIS JEAN SHRUM. 9 vears, Jacobus LOUISA EBERLY SCHWARTZ, 8 years, York R. D. 5. GARY LEE SENFT. 7 years, Spring Grove: VIOLA ARLENE S1PE, 7 vears, Mt. Wolf TREVA SMITH. 16 vears. York R D 6 1KNNETH E. STAUFFER, 16 years, Maine. SPENCEH D. WELSH, 11 vears, York R. D. 1. R03ERT WAGMAN, 4 years, 724 Chestnut. St. MEA.RL D. WILLIAMS. 8 years, York R. JUDITH ANN WINAND, 2 years, Dover. A clean piece of gauze Safety for a wounded boy. Will you help at the Red Cross to maTce sivrgical dressings? Membership To Join The Boys' and Girls' Club mail Coupon to The Gazette and Daily Boys' and Girls' Newspaper. 31 East King Street. York. Pa. On your birthday your name will appear in The Boys 'and Girls' Newspaper and you will receive a card. In the event you change your address, fill out a new coupon immediately and mail it to the editor. This must be done to assure you of receiving a card on your birthday. Father's or Guardian's Name Important City Street , R. D. Route State , Date born Month Day, 19 fr- ... JOE PALOOKA hmUWll WAS A W OKAV. I SURE l-AND THEY KEPT S( 7 I'LL "NOCrOlS EARS OFF IF s mmUHmm! f S aA vSoULD UKE ) I FUSING RIGHT THRuT CSIiSJnl rfvQU THREW US rt?JwlK BEtS CALLED f TO HAVE SEEN ASUB Tf'fe XLffL! rVlfMly f DOWN. WE BET (V prA"0500 LOST J OFF-SO STOP THAT DOUBLE I yr r , ( HA HA) fl L GIRLS NEWSPAPER THE OLD HOME TOWN IN THE SKY Ruth and George, this warm evening, are on the balcony looking up in the sky. "On: don't they look pretty, George?" said Ruth. "I'd like to catch one!" said George. If you would like to see at what they are looking, join all the numbered dots together, Coupon VFV PRACTISUfrPN-PONT BOMBJAW SqL- V ( DROPP)M& COAL MTO WrlW V "WE BUCKET-. BUT TOMKrKr) WIFV ( ITS ABLOCK BUSTEI?-" ON THE HOMSWEET HOME FA stb 4 ' ' t J- i5 1 Mb Copyright By STANLEY starting with dot number one and ending with dot number fifteen. Try your crayons on this picture. Farewell Party For Soldier From Railroad Railroad A farewell party for Jacob Bollinger Jr., who left for the army was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Cummings, near here. Those present were: Mrs. Fannie Bollinger and sons, Earl and Austin; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Get tie, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Almony, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kinard and children, Mary and Miriam; Mr. and Mrs. John Ams-pacher and children, Eugene, Richard, Tommy and Judith; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blouse and daughter, Elsie; Mary Meyers, Betty, Patricia, Warren, John and Samuel Cummings and Charles Lentz. Mrs. George Traeey, this place and her daughter-in-law Mrs. John Schuman, Jefferson, returned to their respective homes, after spending a week at Camp Buck-ner, N. C, with Pvt. John Schuman. Union Elects Officers to serve the Allied Woodworkers Union No. 4, at the Siding furniture company plant, were eleclcd, as follows: Dues collector, B. Frank Adams; representative to executive board, Leon Bohnert; chief shop steward, M. E. Hoover. A farewell dinner was served Sunday at thehome of Mr. and Mrs. Wiiiiam l. Smitn, in honor OYS WANTED To Carry NEWSPAPER ROUTES CALL AT OFFICE Or CALL AFTER 6:30 P. M. Composing Room (Second floor) The Gazette and Daily FALL THAT BBAKEMAM THE RETURNING GLADIATOR 1f' - l" - f 'it, J hrff . . If-",. .' ' W COMMENDED BY NAVY Hospital Apprentice First Class Paul Edward Abel, son of Peter Paul Abel, 1236 West King street, was recently commended by the secretary of the navy for "the great personal bravery" which he displayed Sept. 27, 1943, following the crash of a plane piloted by Lt. John F. O'Malley, United States Navy. According to reports, Abel, after witnessing the accident, immediately drove an ambulance as close as possible to the burning craft and then plunged into the inferno to remove Lt. O'Malley. He placed the lieutenant on the ground and beat out the flames consuming his clothing and rendered all possible assistance to the fatally injured pilot. Abel enlisted in the Navy May. 11, 1942 and received training at Lee Field Auxiliary Station, Jacksonville. Fla. He is a graduate of the York Catholic High school, class of 1940 and a former employee of the York corporation. of their son Merle L. Smith, who left for the army yesterday. The Smiths now have two sons in the service, the other being Sgt. Walter H. Smith, who has served 21 months. He has been overseas for 16 months. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mum-mert and son Junior; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and daughters, Shirley Ann and Norma Jean, Hanover; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith and James H. Keeny, York; elda Ncuhaus, Stewartstown; Erma Shearer, Glenville; Glenn, Kenneth, Merle, Lindy and Clyde Smith. S. S. Classes Meet The King's Daughters and Willing Workers classes . of Messiah Lutheran Sunday school met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hoffacker. Beatrice Scott conducted the devotions; Donald Reed conducted a contest, the prizes going to Dean Hoover; G. H. Hoffacker conducted an impromptu class; Mrs. Phoebe Reichard had charge of a guess box, prizes going to Phyllis Rosier, Donald Reed and Charles Reed; Alice Ann Schwartz conducted another pupss box, with prizes to Mrs. Phoebe Reichard and Charels Reed. Officers were elected as follows: President, Charles Reed; vice-president, Donald Reed; secretary, Irene Norris; assistant. Dean Hoover; treasurer, G. H. Hoffacker. The February meeting will be held at the home of Dean Hoover. In addition to those mentinoed Kay Reed and Robert and Charles Nace attended . UoaO JLVoT CAME ''?-v J5ib I THROUGH, CAPTAlKl, J "'--w. 'fig & THAT PRICES ARE I " Churchwomen Hold Meeting At Rinely Rinely The Woman's Missionary society of Mt. Pleasant Lutheran church met recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bush. Miss Marguerite Hess was the leader, and the topic was, "Each in his own Tongue." Miss Hess also conducted the devotions and readings were given by Mrs. Leslie Hershner, Mrs. Earl Bush, Mrs. Richard Kinard, Mrs. E. J. Sweitzer and Miss Trema Sweitz-er. Attending were: Mrs. Melvin Hess, Mrs. Mary Kurtz, Mrs. Lida Sweitzer, Mrs. Leslie Hershner, Mrs. Harry Overmiller, Mrs. Richard Kinard and son, Dickie, Trema Sweitzer, Marguerite and Norma Jean Hess and Mrs. Eari Bush. Entertain Guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shenk and Miss Hilda Trout were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bar-tens! ager Mr. and Mrs. John Shaull, The Brogue, were visitors of Mrs. Shaull's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Overmiller. Announcements for the Mt. Pleasant Lutheran church Sunday, Rev. Henry Springer, pastor, are: Worship, 9:30 a. m.; Sunday school, 10:30 a. m. Mrs. W. I, Bush is a patient at the York hospital. Realize $2,234.01 At P.oganville Sale Loganville The amount of $2,-284.81 was realized at the public sale held by Vernon Smeltzer, near here. The sale lasted two and a half hours. A corn planter sold for $31; chickens, $1.36 each; cows, $170, $167.50, and $118; a bull, $93; horses, $175 and $67. Roy Lerew, Railroad, was the auctioneer and Raymond Krout was clerk. New Baptist Pastor At Huncjerford Churches Hungerford At a meeting of the deacons of the Turnpike and Gunpowder Baptist churches, held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Denton, Rev. E. A. DjuBois, Philadelphia, was elected pastor of the churches, succeeding Rev. Cecil G. Carter, who recently resigned and moved to Holdcroft, Va. Rev. DuBois has already taken charge and will move to Middle-town, Md., near the Gunpowder church shortly. On Sunday preaching will be held at the Turnpike church at 7:30 p. m., with Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. There will be preaching at the Gunpowder church at 11 a. m., and Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. ' JBF. if f u o STAUFFER BISCUIT CO. VwW If lift YORK PA Jf By Harrr Richer 1 1 S HJWlf

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