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28 Mar 1935
Llewellyn Davis left Mundy's Corner, Friday morning, to thumb his way to New York City.
IN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Miss Thelma Woodring underwent an operation for appendicitis in Memorial hospital, Johnstown, Saturday morning, and is now reported recovering satisfactorily.
A son born to Mr. and Mrs. William Simmers on St. Patrick's Day has been named Patrick.
Walter S. Davis, formerly of Ebensburg, died on Saturday at his home in Sheridan, a suburb of Pittsburgh, where he has been engaged in the drug business. He was 34 years of age. Peneumonia was the cause of death. He was a brother of Byron W. Davis of this county treasurer's office, and of Mrs. James Caldwell of Nettleton. Three other brothers and another sister survive. Funeral services were conducted at the home of his father-in-law, G. Calvin Port, in Ebensburg, Tuesday, and buial [sic] place in Lloyd cemetery.
8 Aug 1935
A daughter, Ethel Amelia, was born July 30th to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lasko.
Mrs. Lottie Watson brought a rare cactus plant into the Journal office one day last week, in order to exhibit a blossom on same, but it didn't stay on exhibition long. The plant is one said to blossom only every seven years. A large white blossom opened up on the end of a long stem, Mrs. Watson stated that it opened within a period of about five minutes while she was watching it. The bloom was of short duration, as it closed up towards evening of the same day, while setting in this office, and the flower withered away.
Members of the Class of '36, this year's seniors in the Nanty-Glo high school, had a successful sale of candies during carnival week. Several girls of the class, including Rhea McAnulty, Irene and Evelyn Downton, Trudell Rummell and Ruth McCandless, solicited the materials and made candy at the Downton home which they later sold on the streets. About $10 was cleared after all expenses were paid.
Two boys from Nanty-Glo enlisted in the U.S. Army recruiting station in Johnstown last week, for regular army service in Hawaii. They were Leroy Wilson Jones of Third St. and George Edward Baldwin, son of Mrs. Florence Baldwin of Second St. They with ten other men from this county left Johnstown Thursday evening for Fort Flocum, N.Y., where they will undergo a short period of training before going to Hawaii.
The 19th annual Smith-Wagner family reunion will be held on the Edward Smith farm, along the William Penn highway, east of Mundy's Corner, on Sunday, August 11. It will be in the form of a basket picnic. All relatives and friends are invited. Lemonade and coffee will be served on the grounds in charge of Harry Burkhart. The entertainment program is in charge of Mrs. Charles Sigg.
Mrs. Mary Ley, whose home is on a farm near Chickaree in Jackson township, suffered a stroke of apoplexy while in town Thursday evening, and remains in a serious condition at her home, little hope being entertained for her recovery. She had been assisting the Catholic ladies in serving meals at the church during the day and on account of feeling ill walked to the office of Dr. Collins where she lapsed into unconsciousness and has remained in that condition since.
Mrs. Helen Sybert completed her elementary training at the Indiana State Teachers College at the summer term which closed last week, and has been granted a three-year standard limited certificate to teach in the public schools of the state, in the elementary grades.
A marriage license was issued in Ebensburg this week to Dick Morganti, Jr., of Colver and Carmella Fontana of Nanty-Glo.
Mrs. Maude Wallace and daughter, Grace, of Roslyn Heights, Long Island, are visiting her sister, Mrs. John Wagner and family.
19 Sep 1935
A dozen or more county fairs are yet to be scheduled in Pennsylvania, the largest one being the York County Fair at York, October 1 - 5.
A son was born to Mr. and mrs. Claire Shuman at their home at Mundy's Corner, September 11.