80 Years Ago
From The Files Of June 19, 1930 ’30 Deaths: Mrs. Rebecca Wishart of Lewistown; Edward Lumpkin of Baltimore; Mrs. Myrtle Mumma of Burnt Cabins; William Wesley Gutshall
of Huntingdon; Laura Frances Chilcoat
Huntingdon County; Lee K. Cline of near Everett.
Mrs. Annie Covalt, who spent the past three months with friends in Pittsburgh, returned to her home at Fort Littleton last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sheffield of Fort Littleton are the proud parents of a baby son, born Monday, June 16.
Charles H. Stenger, 49, of McConnellsburg, had his left leg broken last week when he was struck by an automobile near Chambersburg.
The following graduated from the local Vacation Bible School this year: Bertie Winegardner, Laura Kirk Lodge, Carol Jane Bohn, Jeanne Greathead, Gladys Shimer, Pearl Largen, Daniel Grissinger and John Ott.
James L. Greer and Virginia Lewis were wed on Thursday.
Harold Martz killed three rattlesnakes last week while logging in the vicinity of Hiram.
Mrs. Mary McKibbin is en route to France on a pilgrimage with other Gold Star mothers to visit the graves of loved ones. Mrs. McKibbin will visit the grave of her husband, Capt. James M. McKibbin, who was killed in France during the World War.
Larkin Bolinger and Olive Bivens were wed June 14.