80 Years Ago From The Files Of May 22, 1930 ’30
Mrs. Ellen Bergstresser of Shippensburg; J.C. Peterson of Burnt Cabins; Emma Pott Goudy of Salt Lake City, Iowa.
Matilda, 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Sloan, received a cut lip and a bruised forehead when she walked into the path of an automobile on Tuesday afternoon.
Leo J. Hicks and Ora Williams were married May 3.
Helen Ott will recite Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address at the memorial services at the courthouse on Friday, May 30.
Born: a son to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hawkins of Saluvia.
Norman Strait, who had been employed in Johnstown, has returned to his home at Saluvia.
Walter Hamil of Knobsville celebrated his 19th birthday on April 28.
A party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Mellott last week in honor of their son, Fred, and wife, it being his 21st birthday and his wife’s 18th birthday on the 7th.
A party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Deshong on April 26 in honor of the 17th birthday of their daughter, Minnie.
Born: a son to Mr. and Mrs. Emery McQuait of Clear Ridge May 1.