2011-02-17 / From Days Gone By

80 Years Ago

From The Files Of February 26, 1931

Deaths: Mrs. J.

Campbell Patterson of Pittsburgh; Miss Lena O. Horton of Sunnygrove, Westmont, near Johnstown; Virginia Rider of Wells Valley; Mrs. Katherine Kauff of Greencastle; Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Carbaugh of Lancaster.

Four deer were killed in Fulton County last year for farm protection. Two were retained for food, one was given to a hospital and one was unfit for use.

L.L. Cunningham of New Grenada has been reappointed as a notary public by Gov. Pinchot. This will be his third four-year term.

Death: Mrs. Morrison Lanthers of Petersburg.

Mr. and Mrs. George Decker of town and Mrs. Oscar Wible of Knobsville motored to Hagerstown on Saturday to see Miss Dorothy Woodall, who is seriously ill in the hospital there.

George Morton of near Pleasant Ridge suffered a stroke of paralysis recently. He is the father of Levi Morton of the Racket Store.

Mrs. Hanse Lamberson is among the scarlet fever victims at Hustontown.

Earl Jackson, well-known poultry man and farmer of Akersville, has returned home from Everett Hospital where he underwent an operation for appendicitis.

Births at Hustontown: a son to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sipes on February 17 and a son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert House on February 23.

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