80 Years Ago
From The Files Of June 5, 1930 ’30 The following officers of the Fulton County Sabbath School Association were elected at the 50th annual convention at the Center
Methodist Church last week: Geo. A. Comerer, president; Harry L. Baumgardner, first vice president; Rev. Parker Heller, second vice president; S.E. Walters, secretary; and Harry Stunkard, assistant secretary.
Deaths: Mrs. Ida Gray of Pittsburgh; James A. Sipe of Fort Smith, Ark.
The 1900th anniversary of the Pentecost, or the birth of the Christian Church, will be observed with a union service in the Methodist Church of McConnellsburg on Sunday.
William Boyd Rooney and Catherine Wheeler were married May 31.
A.D. Hohman and Frank Ott have opened a butcher shop in the well-known location where for years. Mr. Hohman was engaged in the same business.
John E. North and Hattie North were married June 3.
Heavy frosts on Sunday morning wrecked many gardens in Fulton County.
Mrs. Susan McClain of New Grenada left last Sunday for Wilkinsburg where she will make her home with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Amanda Griffith.
George P. Deshong and Goldie M. Carbaugh were married on May 30.
W. Lee Anderson and Lottie L. Grissinger were married on May 28.
Don Winegardner and mother, Mrs. George Cutchall, took over the Shamrock Coffee Shop on May 29.
Mrs. Albert Flowers was knocked down by an automobile in Hancock on Saturday night, suffering a broken ankle and body bruises.
Will Sipes of Knobsville marked his 51st birthday last week.