2011-05-26 / Family


Grace, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.I. Aker, has returned home after being a patient in Chambersburg Hospital.

Mrs. Emory Glunt left on Monday for Philadelphia where she entered the Jefferson Hospital as a surgical patient.

Miss Marguerite Fraker, daughter of Mrs. Alice Fraker of Fort Littleton, was one of the graduating class of Juniata College on Monday. She ranked third highest in her class.

George Ott, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ott of Ayr Township, graduated this week from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. After graduating from McConnellsburg, George attended Shippensburg State Teachers College and taught for three years in his home township.

F.M. Taylor announces in this issue his candidacy for county commissioner on the Republican ticket. Mr. Taylor, who has been county surveyor, is now a patient in Martinsburg, WV Hospital, recuperating from an operation for the amputation of the big toe and ball on one foot.

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff C. Mellott of Sipes Mill have sold their farm to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Beatty.

Dean, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Black of Mc- Connellsburg, was badly injured on Monday when he got his arm caught in the wringer of an electric washing machine. The flesh was lacerated to the bone up to the elbow. He is now a patient in Chambersburg Hospital.

Merle E. Deavor and Mary Grace Marker were wed May 11.

Robert Strait and family of Johnstown have moved into the George Hess house at Saluvia.

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