2011-10-13 / From Days Gone By

60 Years Ago

From the Files Of November 1, 1951

’51

Pfc. Clarence Reed Cutchall, stationed in Burtonwood, England, remains quite ill with kidney stones at the base hospital there, where he has been a patient during the month of October.

Mrs. Emmett Paul of Scalp Level, the former Vera Culler, who received multiple fractures of the right leg in an automobile accident some time ago, has been removed to the Windber Hospital since the fractures are not healing properly.

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Unger will more today to their new home opposite the Fulton County Medical Center.

About 250 persons attended a dinner on Friday evening at the Green Hill Sewing Club which marked the first anniversary of the Fulton County Medical Center.

Prof. George Warren Martz, formerly of Hustontown, has been named principal of the Black Fox School in Bradley County.

These three young men will leave for induction on November 8: Hubert Bruce Ficks of McConnellsburg; Donald Charles Leese of Needmore, and Herbert Hoover Deshong of Harrisonville.

Herman C. Hann of Needmore and William H. Cunningham of McConnellsburg will receive their pre-induction physical exams on November 14.

Three McConnellsburg teenagers wrecked their automobiles during the past week: Harold Bivens, 17; Robert Richards, 16; and Dick Buterbaugh.

Paul Hutchison and Helen Fix were married October 14.

Death: George E. Wagner of Chambersburg.

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