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THE NEW OXFORD ITEM, NEW OXFORD, PA., APRIL 10, 1*58 PAGE 8EV13I Lower Adams Pushes Plans On New School (Continued from Page 1) The new elementary school »t New Oxford, built four years ago to handle an expected enrollment of 450 children, is now being used by more than than 630 students. Take Emergency Measures To make room for the overflow attendance, a special educa.ion room has been divided jntc two rooms and storage rooms have been converted into temporary classrooms. Taylor told the board that a census shows 135 new students will enter the Lower Adams system next fall. To help meet the problem of "where to put the students." the system will rent rooms in the Lutheran church at New Oxford, and will move the agricultural department of the high school nexi fall to a brick home on land bought by the school system as a site for its new high school. Room vacated by the agricultural department will be used to help alleviate the overcrowded conditions generally in the present high school. With completion of the new high school, which is designed for 919 pupils, the present high school will be converted into an elementary school thus providing room for the students in the lower grades. Make Up For Lost Days The new high school will have 19 classrooms, auditorium-gymnasium, cafeteria, shops, offices unrt other facilities for a student body of nearly 1,000. At last week's meeting the school board elected Miss Jane Henninger, Pine Grove, who will graduate this spring from Lebanon Valley College, as a primary teacher to take over one of the new grades at the opening of school in September. The board also voted to have school in session on Good Friday until 3:30 o'clock and on Memorial Day in order to "make up" for days lost during February's storms. Children who asked to attend church services Friday afternoon however were excused from school. MBS. BO8A G. MILLER SUCCUMBS SUNDAY Mrs. ROM O. Miller, formerly of David»burg. died at 8:45 un. Sunday at Greiman's Convalescent Home, York R. 6. where she had been a guest for two months. The widow of Jacob E. Miller. '*-» was W. ' Mrs. MiL'er, a life-long resident of the Davidsburg area, was a daughter of the late John B. and Carolina Leathery- May. Before going to the convalescent home she had resided with a nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. May, Dover B. 2. Only survivors are nephews and nieces. Mrs. Miller was a member of the Lutheran congregation of Salem Union Church Her pastoj, the Rev. Charles A. Snyder. officiated at sen-ices Wednesday at Dover. Interment in Salem Union Cemetery. Abbottstown Man Faces Assault Count Frederick Block, 52, of Abbottstown R. 1, was held for August grand jury action Tuesday a week in York at a hearing on a charge of assault and battery. He was released on $1,000 bail on the charge filed by State Policeman John Creavy. The defendant is accused of attacking a 17-year-old youth whom he had picked up in his car. The alleged incident occurred March 21 in West York according to the information filed before Second Ward Alderman H. Gellard Fickes. The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was organized as a federation, Dec. 30, 1922. PAUL and JAY WOODWARD Roof Painting - Roof Coating Roofing - Siding Shingles Repairs Phone 1407 or Writ* 69C S. Washington St. Gettysburg. Pa. All Types of Electrical Wiring FRANCIS E. KLUNK Electrical Service 501 North St.. McSherrvstown Phone ME 2-3270 MILLARD H. KLUNK Zenith -- RCA-TV HI-FI T\ ? ANTENNAS INSTALLED 120 E. Hanover Street Opposite Hanover St. School Phone MElrose 2-1288 WELL DRILLING KOHL BROS. Barrisbart. Pi. Phone Harrisbnrc 369M MELVIN BENEDICT R L New Oxford. Pa. Phone New Oxford MA 4-4381 MUNDIS SUPPLY CO. LUMBER AND FEED DOVER. PA. Phone 3861 WITH WtYERHAEUSJK |4-SQUARE| FIR PLYWOOi For berth , and week-end builder*, « cany a complete stock of quality Wejr- fcaeMBr 4-S««cre plywood* . . . indndrai E*lerior(EXT-DFPA) ncls for Doits, ovM* Soor fvrtDtwt), ojRf- a^cs, cabras avid inny otber outdoor mcs. J. F. ROHRBAUGH 4 CO. MiHwork Lvmber BtriUtef Material HANOVER, PA. Phone MEirese £4125 Edward S. Moul, 86, Succumbs Saturday Edward S. Moul, 86, husband of the late Catherine K. Raffensberger Moul, died Saturday at 12 25 a.m. at the home of his son-m-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson, Manchester R. 1. Death followed an Illness of several months. Born in Paradise Township, he was a son of the late Levi and Catherine A. Stambaugh Moul. He was a retired farmer, having resided in Newberry Township for the past 10 years. Mr. Moul pre\i- ously had resided in Dover and York Townships. Surviving in addition to the daughter with whom he resided, are: Three sons, Aaron L. Moul, York; George D. Moul, York B. 2, and Curtis E. Moul, York; 14 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and a brother, Aaron S. Moul, Big- mount. Funeral services were held Tuesday at Manchester, with the Rev. Elwood S. Bell, pastor of Taxville Pull Gospel Church, officiating, assisted by the Rev. J. H. Hege. retired Lutheran minister of Dover. Interment in L e n h a r t-G e r b e r i Cemetery, near Dover. AWOL Marines Nabbed At G'burg State police Thursday afternoon arrested two AWOL Marines whom they claim have been "residing" in an auto and selling junk for the last month in order to support themselves while absent without leave from the Quantico, Va.. Marine base. The two men, Clark Franklin Neal, 22, Gardners R. 2, and Frank Thomas Martin, 29, Richmond, Va.. were placed in the Adams County jail to await the arrival of the Marine military police. State police said both have been members of the Marines about two years. Over a month ago the men left Quantico and since that time, according to the local officers, have been living in a car owned by Marvel Beanier, 20. Biglerville R. 1. The men, police said, visited dumps in the area and secured junk which they sold to various salvage yards "in order to get money to eat." After picking up the AWOL Marines, police brought a charge of driving ·Rithout a license against Neal, and a charge of permitting an unlicensed operator to use her car against Miss Beamer. Miss Beanier paid a fine and costs totaling $25.75 befoie Justice of the Peace Paul Wolf, York Springs, police said. MILDRED ALTLAND AND FRANCIS C. MYERS WED Mildred L. Altland, daughter of Mrs. Maggie Altland, York, and the late Wilson Altland, became the bride of Francis C. Myers, son of Harry Norman Myers, York, Saturday at Paradise (Holtzschwamm) Union Church, Thomasville. Rev. George Clark, the Lutheran pastor, performed the ceremony. R E I S I N G E R J E W E L E R DIAMONDS! Tour Old Diamond fr*d«d In or Remounted 173 W Market St.. fork ENGAGEMENTS Arentz--Baker Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker, Hampton, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jean Marie, to Vernon Arentz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Arentz, Littlestown R. 2. The bride-to-be is a student at East Berlin High School and the prospective bridegroom is employed at Hanover Shoe Farms. Myers--Stambaugb Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stambaugh, Abbottstown. announce the engagement of their daughter, Janice Anette, to Harvey Allen Myers 3rd. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Myers Jr, Dover R. 2. ON PAY DAY -- BUY BONDS JOHN H. BASEHORE GETTYSBURG. PA. Mitchell Bldg. - Lincoln Square Nest to Jacobs Bros. Grovery Phones: Oft. 660-Z -- Res. 511-Z JUSTICE OF THE PEACE GENERAL INSURANCE 8-G-E Good Used Trucks At INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. INC. Used Frock Center 1341 W. Market St. York, Pa. Phone 26915 DILLERWIERMANJNC. PLUMBING - HEATING CONTRACTOR SHEET METAL WORK PHONE 3871 HANOVER. PA. FABRICATION of STRUCTURAL STEEL "I" Beams · Trusses Steel Decking SIMPSON MACHINE And WELDING CO. 4th and Water Sts. Box 252, Gettysburg, Pa- Phone 1108 ASK HIGHWAY DKPT. TO STRAIGHTEN CTRVES Resident* along the Mt. Royal- Andersou Rd. are asking; the «tate highways department to straighten a double curve. The curves, called hazardous by the residents, are about a mile east of Mt Royal, off the Carlisle pike. The havt been the scene of numerous accidents. Actually, the road did follow the proposed route before it was pa\ed. it was reported. Also eliminated if the change Is made would be a steep hill. This hill is especially hazardous when the road is wet or icy, the residents report. They al";o icport that max\ eastbound motorists cannot negotiate the hill at all ui sno'As even with chains Heading the committee are Walter Fetrow, Martin Bjerte and Jack Lukens. AUTO. TRUCK COLLIDE An automobile operated by Mrs. Miriam T. Shultz. Cross Ke\s. New Oxford R. D., and a tru'k of the Borough of Hano'm- were mvohed in a collision about 10 a m Wednesday on Elm Ave., just west of Carlisle St. Police reported Mrs. Shultz was tra\elmg west on Elm Ave. and attempted to make a turn into a parking lot as the truck driven by Donald W. Brown, Han- o\er, going in the same direction, attempted to pass her car. I^amage to the borough truck was estimated at $200 and to the Shultz machine at $150, police said. Safety Award For Gas Firm OM company workers »t Gettysburg have helped win · top National Safety Council award for their organization, Manager Julian N. Estep said Thursday. Their performance also earned a first place safety award among; four operating unit* In the Columbia Oas System. Manufacturers Light an ' Heat Co . Gettysburg, is included among four sas utility companies making up Columbia's Pittsburgh Group. This sroup won the award* with a safety record of more than 7' 2 million maixhours of work with only seven lo^t-tnne accidenta While Columbia Gas uniLs earned the first, second and third place award* in the NSC competition, Columbia'* Pittsburgh group industrial accident frequency rate of .92 million manhours earned first place in both the industry and system safety competition. Loral gas company emplojes helped earn the championship award b .safe driving 1 and safe working habits. None ol the se\eu recorded accidents included an injury resulting from a motor vehicle accident Local workers are among some 3,700 employes who GAME POSTPONED The New Oxford-Do\ er Oaseball game scheduled to be played Thursday at New Oxford was postponed because of wet grounds. The game may be re-scheduled later. Building Supplies - Glass Paints, Asbestos Roofing and Siding Slate - Roofing - Lumber BRADY McCADDEN NEW LOCATION 509 W. Elm Ave. Phone ME 7-4133 HANOVER. PA LINCOLN ABC WELDERS DRESSEL SPRING WELDING SUPPLY 363 W King St., York Phone 82539 -Everything for WeJding" Complete An to Sprint Service \rniToirs VUTICF IN THE ORPHAN'S COURT OF ADAMS COUNTY, P E N N S Y L V A N I A In re* Estate of Lula I, Henry, *lfl* known as Lulu L. H«\rj. lit* of Straban Township. Adams Couitj, deceased. TO THE CREDITORS. HEIRS. iEV- ISFKS, LLG \TELS. AND NEXT OF KIN 01- LCL\ L. HKN1. ALSO K N O W N AS LULU I, HENRY. DE- CKASKD. LATE OF STRABAN TOWNSHIP. ADAMS COUNTY. PENNSYLVANIA.. AND ALL OTHFR PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE: Take notice that the undersigned has been appointed Auditor by the Orphans' Court of Adam* Countj, Pennsvhama. to dispose of exception! to the First and Final Account of Alderman Paul C. Barnhart. Executor tf the last Will »nd Testament of Lula L Henry, abo known as Lulu L. Henry, deceased, late of Straban Township. Adams County, Pennnyhania. and to make distribution of the balance in the hands of Bald Executor among the persons entitled thereto. The undersigned Auditor will ait for the purple of fulfilling the duties of his appointment at his office at 126 Baltimore Mreet. Gettysburg Pennsylvania. on Wednesday, April 23, 196*!, at 10'00 a m , E S T , at which time and place you may appear and oe heard if you so desire All persons having claims against or upon this fund are hereby notified to present and prove them before th« undersigned Auditor t the time and place aforesaid or be debarred from coming in upon such fund ELC.ENE R. HARTMAN Auditor 126 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, P«nnsjl\ania "CHIEF" GARDEN TRACTORS "RED" and "EXCELLO" POWER MOWERS Now On Sole at III LI/S STORE HEIDLERSBURG, PA. drove 13.000,000 mllra laat year in winning the Mfety awards Workers at Gettysburg cited for their safety program work by Dfs- trket Manager C. C Robbing are Manager C*tep and Foreman L. R May hall. Earl and Charles A, Kennedy, Tyrone Twp. aold to R. J. and Mabel M. Jacobe. East Berlin R. 2, 251 acres In Tyrone Twp for $14,000. JOS. E. LAWRENCE EXPIRES SATURDAY Joseph E. Lawrence. 64, Ge 1 - tysburg, foi 30 \ e a r s an emplcne at the Gettysburg Furniture Factories, died Satuictu m :nniK in the Unhersity Hospital. Baltimore, where he hac 1 been a patient for nine dajs. He nncl been in fall- big health for some time Mr Lawrence w a s a n a t i \ e of Adams County and wa.s a son of the late Mr and M:s. George Laurence. He was n member of the S' Francis Xavier Catholic Church cf Gettysburg Surviving are his vufp. the former Beulah Brown; three sons Paul, McSherrvstown: Earl, Gettysburg, and Ralph, H' home and two brothers, Vincent Gettysburg, and George. Gettysburg R 1 ON PAY DAY -- BUY BONDS NOTICE EtUt* of \\illnm F L*ff*rt. dwrai-1 :» of Borough of New Oxford. Adam* Count\, P» Notice u liervln (tuen that letter* of \(lministra''oii upon the «*tVe of Ihv abme decrdtnt h n \ » l*en (fan'oi un'o 'in- undersigned bv the Resistv of Will* f Adimi Count}. T« all person"* ha\in(c claims or demand* against the rMdte of said decedent are re*]ues;ed to mnki* known th* ame and all persons .ndrUtfd U said decedent are requeiuni and re*j nri-I to make pat men w ithtult del.iv un'o the undersigned r R E P F FF1SKB 302 Linrnlnwitx We«( N'eir Oxford. Pa Administrator of th* Estate of William E Leffert de- reaced Or to his attornej J F Y.ke Jr ur», Pa. COATS nH TOPPERS SUITS DRESSES FOLLOW THE CROWD TO TOBEY'S After-Easter Sale. To look your loveliest this Spring and save money too, come to Tobey's for dramatic savings! Coats, toppers, suits, dresses . . . never so much to choose from at wonderfully low sale prices! SHOP AND SAVE AT TOBEY'S Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pa. Open Friday and Saturday Evenings Till 9:00 O'clock ***A Active youngsters really use up lots of energy. They need milk to keep them on-the-go and on- the-grow, s t r o n g and healthy. Milk is chockfull off food values ... and it tastes so good! ALSO BUTTERMILK. COTTAGE CHEESE and ICE CREAM PHONE ME 2-5182 CONEWAGO DAIRY 701 Third St. Hanover, Pa. Oar tune-up makes 'em sing! vVbutefei the year or nudce of your cor · · · our precision tune-up will give your motor new pep, power and opcratincj economy- Well thoroughly inspect and adiast your Ignition, carburetion, fuel and electrical systems. Your engine will have new "get-up-and-go" . . . and use less gas tool Don*! Delay--Do H Today! ! STATE CAB INSPECTION NOW ON! Sell's Body and Fender Repairs Phone Big. 2S9-J Arendtsvffle, Pa. SPRING TIME IS RE-ROOFING AND FIX-UP TIME Call us for any repair or remodeling job-- Wo havo large slocks off iHRibor and building materials and will secure qualified mechanics to do the work Specialists in Roofing and Siding Application SCHMUCK COMPANY, he. Over 100 Years of Satisfactory Service Phone MBros* 7-66IS Railroad Street at Railroad Station. Hanover. Pa. nd mattress HERE'S HOW P'built-in bedboard and double-coil construction help your Coils ^- Bedboard keeps spine straight. Extra springs float board. The first really new mattress design in 18 years. Simmons places the straight, corrective action of the bedboard up dose to your back where rt belongs. You sleep in comfort and your back gets the f.rm, level support it needs. Despite Hi more expensive construction, the Back Care mattress costs you only $79.50, fully guaranteed. Matching box spring, same price. Come in and get this great new combination! JUST $7.50 DOWN FURNITURE COMPANY!,*

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