2011-11-10 / From Days Gone By

80 Years Ago

From The Files Of November 26, 1931


Deaths: William

Elmer Bivens of

Knobs-ville; Mrs. Mary Alice Knepper of near Dublin Mills; Mrs. Nellie Mellott Boor of Riddlesburg; Benjamin Shives of near Hancock, who died of injuries he received when he fell from a ladder while picking apples; Jehu Booth of near Dublin Mills; William Booth of Thompson Township.

Luke Ritchey of Wells Tannery, who was afflicted with paralysis, is not improving at this time.

Death: Mrs. Lillie Horton of Everett.

Mrs. A.P. Fore and son Fillmore of Knobsville, attended the funeral of the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fillmore Miller of Harrisburg.

Earl J. Madden of Webster Mills received an appointment last week from the governor’s office as assistance maintenance superintendent of the State Department of Highways in Fulton County, at a salary of $1,860 a year. He will be in charge of all state highways in the county south of the Lincoln Highway.

Mrs. D.F. Trout returned home last week after serving as a petit juror in U.S. District Court in Scranton.

Death: the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mitchell of Wells Valley.

Death: Scott Shore of Minneapolis.

Maxine Gienger of Buck Valley was rushed to a hospital last Tuesday where she was operated on for appendicitis.

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