80 Years Ago
From The Files Of May 8, 1930 ’30 Deaths: Samuel McClain of near Frederick;
Charles McCurdy of near McConnellsburg; Jesse O. McCain of Coles Valley, Huntingdon County.
Improvement of eight miles of road in Belfast and Bethel townships is now under way at a cost of $432,719.81.
Mrs. Fred Norris of Buck Valley is patient in Chambersburg Hospital for treatment of gallstones.
Howard Peck, teacher of the Cito School, has been elected teacher of the seventh and eighth grades in the local school to take the place of B.C. Lamberson, recently elected county superintendent.
The Council of Education has granted $3,000 special aid to the Dublin School District. This makes a total of $14,000 in special aid granted to county school districts, brought about through the efforts of Superintendent Griffith.
Miss Edna Cline has accepted a position in the state highway office, filling the vacancy caused by the resignation of Frank Ott.
Mrs. Lydia Keefer continues to improve after being so seriously ill that her life had been despaired of.
Miss Jeannette Peck closed her school at Webster Mills on April 28 and entered the Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown the following day for the removal of her tonsils.