2012-04-05 / From Days Gone By

80 Years Ago

From The Files Of April 21, 1932

’32

Deaths: Clem Chesnut Brant of Mc-

Connellsburg; Daniel I. Cordell of Pittsburgh; Mrs Ellen Smith Heffner of Everett; Miss Mary Paylor, 96, of Dickeys Mountain; Mrs. Rosa Clark of Fort Littleton Miss Catherine Copenhaver of Bedford County; George Mock of Decorum.

J. Edward Ritz of Warfordsburg finished his rounds last week as mercantile appraiser of Fulton County.

Dr. H.C McClain of Hustontown is recovering from a severe attack of flu which resulted in an ear infection.

The fourth annual scholastic and athletic meet of the schools in Fulton County will be held at Green Hill on Saturday.

Emil Mellott and Alto Mellott were married April 16.

W.L. Hendershot of Buck Valley was stricken with appendicitis last Thursday and was rushed to Memorial Hospital in Berkeley Springs.

Mrs. John Bivens of Well Tannery had the misfortune to fall down the cellar steps, sustaining an injured ankle and body bruises.

John Barnes and Mary Miller were married April 16.

Harry M. Johnston advertises fast color prints for dresses at 10 cents a yard; 16 yards of 36-inch muslin for $1.

A&P is having a big 5 cents sale. Obtainable at 5 cents are large size prunes; Sparkle gelatin, Fels Naptha soap, Quaker Maid beans and many other items.

The Knobsville Athletic Association will present a minstrel show on Friday night in the Knobsville school house.

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