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NANTY GLO JOURNAL
1938

2 Jun 1938
Submitted by Lynne Canterbury

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hauck and Raymond Bickendorfer spent Memorial Day in Cresson with Mr. and Mrs. Fidelis Glass and family. Raymond remained in Cresson for a visit with the Glass family.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ford and children, Ray Wike and daughter, Catherine, of town, and Margaret Fetterman of Ebensburg spent Memorial Day at Burk's Glen, near Pittsburgh.

Mr. and Mrs. Webster Maahan and children spent the week end in Clymer with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Long.

Blair Heaton visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Heaton at Julian, Pa., during the week end.

The Shadden family had visitors from Barnesborok, New York City, and Washington, D. C. over Memorial holiday.

Dr. J. L. Cook and Miss Madelyn Hoover spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Akens. On Monday Mrs. Akens and her guests visited with relatives in Hastings and Altoona.

Mrs. George Beck and children, George, Jr., Charles and Ruth, of Baltimore, Md. spend a day last week with the Beck family here. Mrs. Catherine Beck returned to Baltimore to visit with them for a while.

Mr. and Mrs. James Moyer attended the funeral of their nephew, Joseph Leap, at Portage on Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long and Clair Long of Elizabeth, J.J. visited with the Robert M. Long family during the week end.

Miss Betty Emerson, daughter of Stephen Emerson, was taken to Windber hospital, Sunday night, where she underwent an operation for appendicitis.

Mr. and Mrs. George Downton, Miss Evelyn Smith and Orville Weimer, the latter of Johnstown spent Sunday with relatives and friends at Salisbury.

Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, and daughter, Mrs. George Boyd, John Robinson and Miss Elizabeth Olson, all of Jamestown, N.Y., were her for Sunday and Memorial Day.

Mr. and Mrs. James Falconer of Toledo, Ohio, visited his sister, Mrs. David Caldwell and family, over Memorial Day. Mrs. Bert Caldwell of Akron was also their guest of the holiday week end.

L. B. Costlow is making many improvements on his farm property in Jackson township. He added a dandy riding horse which he purchased last week from Doss Kemerer. Ride 'em cowboy!

Dr. G. G. Ebandjieff motored to Washington, D. C. Sunday where he spent the day with his wife's family, the Borzellas. He returned on Monday bringing his wife and little daughter, who had spent about a week there.

Dr. F. Janvier and daughter, Catherine, accompanied by Stephen Boback left Tuesday via Pontiac motor for Los Angeles, Cal. where he will attend a Shriners' convention, going from there to San Francisco to attend a meeting of the American Medical Society. They expect to be gone about three weeks.

Floyd Gibbons, 19, was shot and killed by two companions near Central City, Tuesday afternoon, who mistook him for a groundhog. The bum hunters will be held for manslaughter.

OBSERVED MEMORIAL DAY.

A faithful few of the Legionnaires and other friends turned out for Memorial Day services here, Monday afternoon. After a ritual service at the Legion mound, a program was given in Capitol Theatre. Rev. T. W. Evans, chaplain of the post, presided. A girls' orchestra from Vintondale played a few selections. Rev. Father F. J. McCarthy offered prayer. Prof. C. H. Bowers delivered an excellent memorial address which deserved a larger hearing.

MARRIED IN CUMBERLAND.

Miss Julia Brozina, a well known Vintondale clerk, and Louis Ur, also of Vintondale, went to Cumberland, Md., Tuesday, where they were united marriage.

JACKSON TOWNSHIP NEWS

HOSPITAL PATIENTS

One would never thought that Chal Kelly would have graced a hospital cost anyway soon, but he's in one and even there manages to have a good time, from all reports one hears. He is a surgical patient at the Memorial hospital in Johnstown having gone there last week.

DEATH CLAIMS CHARLES WISSINGER

The death of Mrs. Steele Morgan's father, Charles Wissinger of Johnstown, occurred on Sunday morning at 7:15. Mr. Wissinger dropped dead on the street while on his way from work. Surviving him in addition to Mrs. Morgan, is his wife and a son, Charles, both of Johnstown, and another daughter, Mrs. Hugh Robbins of Ontario, Canada. Burial took place at Grandview cemetery above Johnstown on Wednesday.

STORK GOSSIP

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Headrick, formerly of Jackson township, now living in Echo, announce the birth of a son on Wednesday, June 1.

The population at Vinco and Mundy's Corner is on the increase, two more youngsters recently putting in their appearance. One, a boy, came to the Martin Szekeresh home at Mundy's Corner, May 25, and the other, a girl, arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Daugherty at Vinco on May 23. Little Miss Daugherty has been named Mary Louise.

Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Scoyoc of Vinco are proud parents of a little son, born on Memorial Day. Mrs. Van Scoyoc was formerly Miss Pearl Boring.

SPORTSMEN HELD GOOD MEETING

The regular meeting of the Jackson Township Sportsmen's association last Thursday night was very well attended and proved one of the most interesting sessions they have had since their organization. The feature of the entertainment was the showing of movies, "Wheels Across Africa," presented through the courtesy of the H. E. Wagner Motor Sales Co. of Johnstown. The Hammer boys of Jackson township rendered some vocal selection which were very well received. Charles Brown won the much ocveted door prise, which this time was a fly rod. The prizes are always nice and well worth going for, not to mention the programs presented at each meeting. The membership in the association is jumping right up too. Shows that the sportsmen are right on their toes.


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