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Bellefonte, Pa, May 1, 1981
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Items taken from the Watchman issue
of May 6, 1881.
—A very pleasant wedding came
off in the Catholic church, in this
place, yesterday morning, the happy
couple being Mr. Richard Detling and
Miss Kate Haas, both of Roopsburg,
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Father McArdle. William Haas
was the groomsman and the bride's
fair sister, Miss Mollie, was the
maid. The wedding breakfast was
served at the home of the bride's
parents and as the day also marked
their silver wedding anni it
was one long to be remembered in
joyousness and cordial h tality at
the Haas home. pita) the
gifts received the happy couples
and among the were: Mr. and
Mrs. Kohlbecker, Mr. and Mrs. Sands,
Mr. and Mrs. Hammon Sechler, Bau-
land Newman, Harry Sayers, Mr.
and Mrs. Sternberg, Harry Jackson
and Jacob Snyder, James Harris and
James Potter, Misses Emma and Clara
Anderson, the Watchman office, Miss
Mary Steinkechner, Mr, and Mrs.
Berger, Mrs. Annie Gessner, Lyon &
Co., Mr. and Mrs. J Ceader,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Elbelt, Mr. and
Mrs. Shields, Mr. and Mrs. David
Kerlin, Doll and Mingle, Mrs John
Dawson, Mrs. Calvin Smith, Misses
Lizzie and Mollie Beezer, Miss Tillie
Hazel, Mr. and Mrs. Haag, Yeager
and Downing, F.P. Blair, F.C. Rich-
ard, Charley McCartney, H. P.. Har-
ris, Harry Hicks, John Olewine, Mr.
and Mrs. Amos Mullen, James H.
Rankin, Miss Alice Smith, W. A.
Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cruse,
Miss Teressa Hazel, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Beezer, A. G. Curtin Jr,
Mr. and Mrs. A Baum, Lawrence L.
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Gug-
Died—At Philipsburg on the morn-
ing of May 2, of pleurisy, Blanche
A., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
A. Lukens, at the age of 23.
Died—On the 28th ult, at Hub-
lersburg, Mrs. Christiana Hubler,
aged 79 years and 25 days.
A good glass hearse for sale
cheap. Apply to W. A.. Schroyer,
Bishop street, Bellefonte, Pa.
—Garden making was progressing
fine until the cold snap now upon
us slowed things up in that line.
—Sportsmen about town have
been enjoying themselves lately by
shooting many wild ducks that cov-
er the planing mill dam.
~—Centre county has organized a
Society for the Prevention of Cruel-
ty to Animals and engaged A. O.
Furst Esq. as counsel,
~—An unplesantness arose in court
on Wednesday morning, when J. L.
Spangler Esq, and the presiding
Judge, Orvis, got into an argument
over the admissibility of some evi-
dence. It became so acrimonious
that finally Judge Orvis issued a rule
on Spangler to show cause why his
name should not be stricken from
the role of attorneys practicing at
the Centre county bar. The rule
was made returnable tomorrow when
it is hoped that everything will be
smoothed out. The gentlemen are
the best of friends, personally, and
the legal clash that became
is doubtless greatly regretted, al-
ready, by both of them.
J. Miles Kepheart is now con-
fidential clerk and secretary to John
T. Fowler at his model farm and
home at Fowler Station.
~—Justice Smith, of Unionville,
lifted his commission last week and
is now ready to transact official
business for anyone.
~-Mr, Newton S. Bailey has re-
signed his position as local editor of
the Centre Democrat and gone to
Wilkes-Barre to accept a position on
the Times of that city.
—Mr. James H. Williams has sev-
ered his connection with the Bee
Hive stores and is now open to en-
gagement. He is an excellent busi-
ness man and an expert book-keeper.
-At the meeting of the Centre
county School Directors, in the court
house here, last Tuesday, D. M,
Wolf was elected county superintend-
ent for the next three years. Mr.
R. A. Mull, of Philipsburg, presided,
with W. C. Heinle, A. Lukenbach
and 8. D. Gray acting as secretaries.
The nominees were F. C. Houtz, of
Lemont; R. E. Cambridge, of Union-
ville; G. W. Rumberger, of Union-
ville; D. M. Wolf, of Pesan Hall;
Henry Meyer, of Rebersburg; and
John Mason Duncan, of Bellefonte,
The final ballot was Duncan 58,
Wolf 63.
A great crowd gathered in the
court house last Saturday night for
the Greenback meeting. It was ad-
dressed by Gen. Weaver, of Iowa,
late Greenback candidate for Presi-
dent. Hon. 8. H. Yocum, Jacob V.
Thomas and John I. Thompson Jr.
leaders of the party in Centre coun-
ty, arranged the meeting and made a
notable success of it.
Last Wednesday's hard rain
storm put about two hundred tele-
phones in Bellefonte and State Col-
lege out of service, but most of them
were restored by noon on Thursday.
| SEIBERT.—Mrs. Catherine Sei- FULTZ—William H, Fultz, of HULL.—James H. Hull died athis IN BELLEFONTE CHURCHES |appropriation in rebuilding the hos-
bert, wife of Hamilton Seibert, died
at her home at State College, on Mon-
|day evening of last week, following
an illness of several months with a
complication of diseases,
| She was a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Shannon McCormick and was
years ago. In addition to her hus-
band she is survived by two brothers
and two sisters, Hon. John T. Mec-
Cormick, of State College; Dr. S. S,
McCormick, of Hublersburg; Mrs.
‘Hannah Osman and Mrs. Anna Bow-
'ersox, both of College township.
Immediately after their marriage
on February 22nd, 1888, Mr. and
Mrs. Seibert purchased a home in
| State College and had lived there
|ever since, Mrs. Seibert's education
was obtained in the public schools
and at State College. Prior to her
marriage she taught a number of
~ years. She was a member of Grace
Lutheran church, at State College,
and always active in church and
missionary work. For many years
‘she had been teacher of the woman's
| Bible class in the Sunday school. As
‘a friend and neighbor she was all
| that could be desired.
| Funeral services were held in the
Lutheran church last Thursday after-
noon, by Rev. John F. Harkins, bur-
ial being made in the Pine Hall
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MILLER,—Mrs. Marie Elizabeth
Miller, wife of Henry Miller, died at
her home, in Philadelphia, last Fri-
day, following an illness of four
| months with a complication of dis-
| eases.
‘Anna Johnson and was born in
| Bellefonte on March 24th, 1804,
| hence was 37 years and 1 month old.
| She married Mr. Miller on October
| 5th, 1920, and ever since had lived
in Philadelphia. She is survived
{by her husband but no children.
| She leaves, however, her mother and
|the following brothers and sisters:
| Paul Johnson, of Buffalo, N. Y.;
i Claude, of Charleston, S. C.; Mrs.
| Ralph Hassinger, of Oak Hall; Har-
ry, of Bellefonte; Fred, whose where-
(abouts are unknown; George, of
| Centre Hall; Joseph and Guy, of
| Bellefonte; Miss Helen, Donald, Roxie
{and William, at home.
The remains were brought to
| Bellefonte, on Sunday morning, and
|taken to the home of her mother,
on Valentine street, where funeral
services were held at two o'clock
on Monday afternoon by Rev. C, E.
Arnold, of the Lutheran church, of
which she was a member, burial
being made in the Union cemetery.
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SNYDER Mrs. Lulu Margaret
Snyder, wife of William J. Snyder,
died on Thursday night, at her home
in Altoona, following several month's
E. B, Vonada, and was born at Mack-
eyvilie, in Nittany valley, on April
13th, 1898, hence was 33 years and
10 days old. She was a graduate of
the Lock Haven Normal school and
for several years prior to her mar-
riage to Mr. Snyder in 1920 taught
school at Juniata. In addition to her
husband she is survived by two
daughters, Margaret and Eleanor.
She also leaves her parents living at
Mackeyville, three brothers and one
sister, Clifford Vonada, of Mackey-
ville; Charles, of Altoona; Raymond,
of Clintondale, and Ethel, of Altoona.
The remains were taken to the home
of her parents, at Mackeyville, where
funeral services were held on Mon-
day afternoon, burial being made in Funeral services were held in the lege;
the Cedar Hill cemetery.
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DECKER.-—Mrs. Emma C. Deck-
er, widow of William Decker, died at
her home at State College, on Mon-
day evening of last week, following
an illness of several weeks with in-
fluenza and neuritis,
She was a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Beck and was born at
Snydertown, in Nittany valley, over
78 years ago. All her married life
‘had been spent at Hublersburg. Her
husband died some years ago but sur-
viving her are two children, Miss
‘Laura and Roy M. Decker, both of
State College. She also leaves one
brother, M. L, Beck, of Howard.
Rev, A. S. Asendorf, of the Re-
formed church, had charge of the
funeral services, held at 1.30 o'clock
last Thursday afternoon, the ramains
being taken to Snydertown for burial.
SPICER. Mrs. Mary Spicer, wife
of Roland Spicer, died at the Centre
County hospital, on April 18, follow-
ing an illness of some weeks. She
was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Wells and was born at Jack-
sonville 46 years ago. In addition to
her husband she is survived by eight
children, Robert, of Bellefonte;
George, Helen, Gertrude, Dcrothy,
Philip, Betty and Adaline, all at home.
She also leaves her father, one sis-
ter and a brother, Mrs, George Dick-
ly, New Buffalo, Pa., and Howard
Wells, of Lemont. Rev. C. C. Shuey
had charge of the funeral services
which were held on Monday of last
week, burial being made in the Luth-
eran cemetery, at Pleasant Gap.
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{ SCHOCH.\ Mrs. Anna Belle
| Schoch, widow of Elmer E, Schoch,
and a sister of Mrs. Charles F.
Mensch, of Bellefonte, died at her
home in Milton on April 19th, fol-
|lowing an illness of several months,
‘She was seventy years old and is
| survived by one son and a daughter,
|as well as six brothers and sisters.
Rev. Reed O. Steely had charge of
{the funeral services which were held
last Wednesday afternoon, burial be-
ing made at Mifflinburg.
She was a daughter of Harry and
was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
| Woodward, who held the position of
dynamiter in the State Department
of Forests and Waters, died at five
o'clock Sunday morning, April 19th,
of a heart attack believed to have
been caused by over-exerticn and fa-
tigue from fighting the fierce forest
fire which raged in that vicinity the
day previous.
He was a son of Jacob and Kath-
erine Fultz and was born at Farmers
Mills in 1873, at his death being 57
years, 6 months and 28 days old.
While most of his life had been spent
in Haines township he lived in North-
umberland the past nine years, re-
| turning to his old home, at Wood-
ward, on April 1st. He was a mem-
'ber of the Evangelical church and the
Woodward camp, P. O. S. of A. In
|1896 he married Miss Carrie B.
| Kettner who survives with one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Mabel Hassinger, of Wood-
ward. He also leaves his mother,
three brothers and a sister. John H.
Fultz, of Rockview; Eden, of
Woodward; James H. of Lewisburg,
and Mrs. Ida R. Kessinger, of Wood-
Funeral services were held in the
Evangelical church, at Woodward,
| Wednesday morning of last week, by
Rev. A. C, Paulhamus, burial being
{made in the Woodward cemetary.
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THOMPSON.—Mrs. Anna Thomp-
son, widow of the late William
Thompson, for many years promi-
nent residents at Centre Furnace,
died on Wednesday at the home of
her son Irvin, at Pittsfield, Mass.,
following two day's illness with
She was a daughter of Rev. and
Mrs, George Elliott and was upwards
(of eighty years of age. Her father
was pastor of the Methodist church
at Jersey Shore when she married
Mr. Thompson on October 24th, 1874.
Practically all her married life had
been spent at Centre Furnace. Mr.
| Thompson was killed in a street car
(accident, in New York, over sixteen
years ago and since then she had
made her home with her daughter,
Mrs. Jay Woodcock, at Syracuse, N.
Y. In addition to Mrs. Woodcock she
leaves three more children, John
Elliott Thompson, of Cambridge,
Ohio; Wayne B,, of Boston, Mass.,
and Irvin P., of Pittsfield, Mass. She
also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Cassidy
and Mrs. Tilge, of Pittsburg.
The remains were brought to Cen-
tre county and funeral services will
‘be held in the Presbyterian church,
at Lemont, at 2 o'clock this after-
{noon, burial to be made in the Branch
| cemetery.
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BOHN.--Mrs. Sarah aie Bohn,
wife of David C. Bohn, died at her
‘home near Boalsburg, on Monday of
last week, as the result of complica-
tions arising from treatment for a
| oitre. ? was a !
James and Wert and
‘born at Aaronsburg on October 16th,
1875, making her age 55 years, 6
months and 41 days. She was a
| member of the Lutheran church at
Boalsburg and for a number of years
| was quite active in church and com-
munity affairs.
| She is survived by her husband
'and the following children: George J.
Bohn, of Lemont; J. Edward and
{Carl H.,, of Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Mi-
randi McIntire, of Reebrsburg; Mrs.
‘Fay E. Huprich, of Akron, Ohio;
James D, Sarah M., Fred and Wert
‘Bohn, all at home. She also leaves
three brothers, John B. and Claude
|E, Wert, of Tusseyville, and David
8, of Aaronsburg. i
Lutheran church, at Boalsburg, on |
Wednesday morning of last week, by
‘Rev. W. J. Wagner, burial being
‘made in the Boalsburg cemetery.
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HOSBAND.—Mrs. Lydia Hosband,
wife of George Hosband, of Union-
‘ville, died on Saturday, at the home |
'of her son Elmer, in Tyrone, follow-
ing several month's illness with
| Bright's disease. She had gone to
Tyrone, in January, to visit her chil-
(dren, was taken sick while there
and her condition prevented remov-
ing her to her home.
She was a daughter of Nelson and
Eliza Adams and was born at Union-
ville on August 14th, 1866. Thirty-
seven years ago she married Geo
'Hosband, who survives with the fol-
|lowing children: Earl and Elmer
Hosband and Mrs. Charles Kirk- |
patrick, all of Tyrone; also a son by
a former marriage, Ralph Hoover, of |
Tyrone, and one sister, Mrs. Frank
Confer, of the Cross Roads.
~The remains’ were taken to Union-
‘ville where funeral services were.
{held in the Methodist church, at
1230 o'clock on Monday afternoon,
{by Rev. M. C. Piper, burial Being
made in the Unionville cemetery.
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SUNDAY.—Jacob Sunday, who
the past five years has lived at Axe
Mann, died on Saturday morning, as
|the result of a stroke sustained about |
|a week previous, He was 58 years
{old and is survived by his wife and
(five children, Catherine, at home; '
Mrs. Annie Gummo, of Pennsylvania
| Furnace; William, Scott and George, |
‘at home. Funeral services were held !
at two o'clock on Tuesday afternoon
by Revs. C.C. Shuey and M, C. Piper, |
burial being made in the Meyers
TAYLOR. John J. Taylor, native |
of Centre county, died at his home
in Williamsport, last Saturday, of
general debility, aged 74 years. He
was born at Potters Mills. He ie
survived by two sons and two daugh- |
ters, one of the latter being J. C.
Taylor, of Bellefonte. Burial was
made at Jersey Shore on Tuesday. |
‘Miss Eva Irene Zimmerman,
Of | Boden arrested Horner,
home at Runville, Sunday afternoon,
following a few day's illness with
| broncho pneumonia. He was a son
of Samuel and Mary Hull and was
born in Huntingdon county 75 years
ago. For a number of years he
lived in Bellefonte and was employed
by the American Lime and Stone
company. He was a member of
the Logan Fire company and the
Bellefonte lodge of Moose.
His wife has been dead for some
years but surviving him are three
son, Roy, of Chester; Edward, of
Niagara Falls, and Frank, of Run-
ville, He also leaves four sisters,
Mrs. William Rhinesmith, of Belle-
fonte; Mrs. Frank Westcott, Mrs,
James Quick and Mrs. Todd Massey,
of Lancaster, Ohio. Funeral ser-
vices were held on Wednesday after-
noon, burial being made in the
Union cemetery.
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MILLER.—Samuel K, Miller died
at his home at Coleville, on Tuesday
morning. He was a native of Hunt-
ingdon county and was 78 years of
age. He married Miss Ellen Sum-
mers who survives with the following
children: Samuel H. Miller, of Burn-
ham; Mrs. Harry Rote, of Coleville;
Mrs. Harry E. Jodon, of Akron,
Ohio; Mrs. William Abell, of Wil-
liamsport; William J., of Bellefonte;
Howard, of Lewistown; Mrs. Darius
Cole, of Altoona; Mrs, John Shultz,
of Colevillee and Mrs. Malcolm
Peters, of Milesburg. Funeral serv-
ices will be held this afterndon by
Rev. Householder, burial to be made
in the Union cemetery.
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SECHRIST. George W. Sechrist
died at his home, at Millheim, on
Sunday morning following a few
day's illness with pneumonia. He
was born at Salona, a son of Darius
and Susanna Secbhrist, and was al-
most 66 years old, He married!
of |
Spring township, who survives with
one daughter, Mrs. Cora E. Bartges,
of Mifflinburg. He also leaves one
sister and a brother, Mrs. Carrie
McCloskey, of Ridgway, and C. E.
Sechrist, of Lewisburg.
Harry Horner, who lives on the
old Gates farm, in Hairmoon town-
ship; Ralph Zerby, Bruce and Nor-
man Zettle, of Spring Mills, were
‘committed to the Centre county jail,
on Wediesday, by justice of the
peace S. Kline Woodring, to serve
cut a fine of $100 and costs each
for eating venison out of season.
The three Spring Mills men were
Horner's guests, recently, at the |
venison feast. Word of the fact
reached Bellefonte authorities and
sheriff Dunlap and county detective |
Zerby and,
Bruce Zettle, on Monday, while dep-
uty sheriff S. H. Hoy brought Nor-
‘man Zettle in on Wednesday morn-
At the hearing before ’'Squire
Woodring they all plead guilty and
were sentenced to pay a fine of $100
and costs each. Having no money
to pay the fine they were sent to
jail on the basis of a day for every
Elsie L. Wendt, et bar, to Leonard |
A. Daggett, tract in State College;
Lilitha M, r, et al, to Ora |
E. Beatty, et al, tract in State Col-|
$200. i
John B. to John S. Fort- |
ney, tract in Potter Twp.; $1.
John S. to John B. Fort-
ney, tract in Twp.; $1. i
Anna M. Fortney, et bar, to John |
S. Fortney, tract in Potter Twp.; $1.
John C. Glenn, et al, to Merle H.
Homan, et ux, tract in College Twp.; |
Mary A. Foster to Arthur J. Wood,
tract in State College: $1.
~The players of Franklin and
Marshall college, Lancaster, won the
inter-collegiate dramatic contest at
the Pennsylvania State College last |
week, State was second and Buck- |
nell received honorable mention. The |
T8€ latter presented a play written by
a student. All the other plays pre-
sented by the contestants were the!
productions of experienecd play-
wrights. :
-~——The Woman's Auxiliary of the |
Centre County hospital is now pre- |
paring for its annual spring rum-'
mage sale, which will be held Wed- |
‘nesday of next week, in the vacant |
‘room of thé Richelieu building. Every- |
‘one is asked to donate all their
needless or unwanted clothes and |
house furnishings, that they may be
used at the sale, i
——We have a full line of Lan-|
/dreth garden seeds.—The Potter-
Hoy Hardware Co. 18-1t
———Miss Rebecca C. Dorworth has |
completed a course of instruction in
bridge playing, under Wilbur C.
Whitehead, noted American author-
ity on the game, and will open a
studio in Crider's Exchange on May 4. |
She will give instructions either in- |
dividually or in groups and those |
wishing to brush up on contract and
anction are invited to consult with
St. Mary's Guild of the Bellefonte |
Episcopal church will held a card
party in the Parish house, Tuesday,
May 5th, at 8 o'clock. Admission $.50.
man; His
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. R,
R. Davison, Supt.
Preaching at 10:45 and 7:30 by
the pastor.
Morning subject: “God's Blessed
tt." sub-
ject, “Prophecies concerning the Ad-
vent of Our Lord.”
Senior and Intermediate Endeavor
at 6:30.
Brotherhood, Monday evening, at
| 7:30.
Prayer and Bible study Wednes-
day evening at 7:30.
Ladies Aid all day Wednesday.
Junior Endeavor Saturday at 3
Special music by the choir at all
The Men's chorus will sing each
Sunday evening.
The public is cordially envited,
Rev. G. E. Householder, Pastor.
Church Bible school, C. C. Shuey,
Supt., 9.30, with special speaker and
extra events World service offering,
-—goal $50, and 333 attendance.
League, 630, has an intensive serv-
ice; stimulating topic; studious lead-
ers. Worship, exceptional service,
10.45, Superintendent Otho C. MIi-
ler, of the Methodist Home for Chil-
dren, Mechanicsburg, preaching at
7.30, special evangelistic service, in
charge of superintendent Emerson
Karns, of the Methodist Home for
the Aged, Tyrone. Pastor responds
to calls for his services. Strangers
cordially invited to all metings. Of-
ficial board meeting Monday, 7.45 p.
m, Mother's Day program 10th,
very attractive, Young people of
League honoring Mothers with spe-
cial recognition: great address by
superintendent George W. Reese, of
Shamokin State hospital, and his
singers—four Welshmen.
Horace Lincoln Jacobs, Pastor.
-——Governor Pinchot gave State
Senator Harry B. Scott areal slap in
the face, on Saturday, when he ve-
toed his bill appropriating $40,000 to
repay trustees of the Philipsburg
State hospital for notes they had ne-
gotiated to take care of the excess
expenditure over and above the State
'uital. In vetoing the bill the Governor
| Stated that “notes given by trustees
to cover expenditures in excess of
appropriations are not obligations of
ithe Commonwealth,” and further
stated that “the ure must
‘frankly and clearly state’ that the
real purpose of the bill was ‘to rati-
fy the illegal action of the trustees’,
if it wishes to appropriate money for
such purposes.”
George Ertley is seriously ill at
his home in Jacksonville.
Herbert Wyland, of Altoona, is vis-
iting his mother, Mrs. Blanche Wy-
Blanche Corman, of Bellefonte,
spent several da last week, with
her aunt, Mrs. e Bryan.
Samuel Kling, of Altoona, is spend-
inging several days at the home of
his sister, Mrs. Walter Yearick.
Samuel Hoy Jr., who is attending
Beckley College at Harrisburg, spent
the week-end with friends here.
Mrs. Myrtle Lauth and daughters,
Marie and Pat, visited the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, A. Pletcher.
Mrs. George Griffith and sons,
George Jr., and Dickie, are visiting
Mrs. Griffith's mother, Mrs. Stella
V. Williams.
L, C. Boone, of Howard, R. D.,
suffered a stroke of paralysis, Mon-
Gay evening, and his condition is re-
garded as critical.
Girard Altenderfer attended a
meeting of the Equitable Life under-
writers at the Penn Harris, in Harris-
burg, Tuesday evening.
Miss Dorothy Wentzel, ter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Wentzel,
and Clair Thompson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Parker Thompson, were mar-
ried at the parsonage of the Evan-
gelical church, by the minister, Rev.
W. R. Yingling, on Saturday after-
Howard Nagle, of Milesburg, and
Clarence Yearick, T. A. Pletcher,
James Kane and Girard Altenderfer
attended I. O. O. F. class initiation
and banquet in Williamsport, Satur-
day afternoon and evening. Cecil
Pletcher was one of the class of can-
idates who were initiated,
Long, hard use shows
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