80 Years Ago
From The Files Of June 26, 1930 ’30 Deaths: Samuel Stewart Gaster of Orbisonia; Sara
Kruze Kesselring of near Altoona; James Gregory Palmer of Little Rock, Ark.
A fine improvement in the park forum here was made last week with the addition of 20 large folding benches by the Church Federation of Mc- Connellsburg.
Wallace Wink of Needmore, who was injured while working on the road last week, remains a patient in the Martinsburg Hospital.
Two of Fort Littleton’s teachers, Miss Edith Wilds and T.M. Winegardner, are enrolled at Shippensburg State Teachers College for the summer session.
Prof. Clair Brant Meloy and Wilhelmmna Elva Ross were married on June 24.
Miss Lessie Brewer, who spent the past few weeks here caring for her mother, Mrs. C.J. Brewer, has returned to Philadelphia.
Last week, E.R. Dickon of Philadelphia brought his mother, Mrs. Laura Dickson, to spend the summer at her old home place at Enid with her brother, E.A. Horton.
Births in Wells Valley: a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Isenberg and a son to Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Swigart.