2010-07-22 / From Days Gone By

60 Years Ago

From The Files of August 3, 1950

Last week, it was told about 14 Fulton County men who would be sent to Pittsburgh for physical examinations before induction into the armed forces. This week their names were revealed, having been first examined and okayed by Dr. E.H. MacKinlay. They are Norris L. Sipes of Harrisonville; Ralph C. Michael of Warfordsburg; Robert F. Ranck of Hustontown; Paul G. Pittman of Big Cove Tannery; Leonard Crouse of Big Cove Tannery; Dane L. Ward of Hancock; Charles A. Mellott of Needmore; Clarence Sheffield of Fort Littleton; Grover E. Mellott of Needmore; Robert Hemsky of Amaranth; Budd Shore of Burnt Cabins; Joseph Divelbliss of Hancock; Russell McKee of Needmore; and Charles Newman of Wells Tannery.

The local VFW club opened newly furnished and remodelled club rooms on Lincoln Way West last week.

Robert E. Lamison and Jane Foreman were wed July 19.

A “thriller-diller” baseball game was played Sunday between Hustontown and Six Mile Run. Deadlocked at 4-4, the game went on for 18 innings when Hustontown broke the tie with one run in the bottom of the 18th. Bob Keebaugh went the whole route on the mound for the Hustontown nine – surely some sort of record for Fulton County.

Born: a son to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilson of Three Springs on August 1.

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