Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Firestone, Henry - 1881

Burglarized.--
Henry Firestone and family were absent from home on Sunday and some thief pried open a door and entered the residence.  The congress of one appropriated some bread, a quilt and a lot of soap.  There was some money in the house, but it was overlooked.
~ The Lititz Record, 21-Oct-1881, Page 3, Column 1

Tshudy, Jacob Blickensderfer - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Oct. 22 -- In Lititz, Kemper’s coal and lumber yard; also 157 perches of land, by L. G. Kemper.
Oct. 28 -- Between Ritter’s Mill and New Haven.  69 cords of oak, hickory and chestnut wood, by Isaac G. Pfautz.
Oct. 28 -- In Lititz, two dwellings and one building lot, by Jesse Ochs.
Nov. 5 -- At the Sturgis House, Lititz, a new, two-story brick dwelling house situated on Main street, Lititz.  A good stable, with accommodations for six horses.  Also a valuable building lot fronting 112 feet on Broad street, extending back two hundred feet to an alley.  By John S. Kauffman.
Nov. 5 -- a lot of household and kitchen furniture by Dallas B. Flory.
Nov. 8 -- Near Hess’ meeting house, Warwick township, 3 acres of wood leave, by Daniel Z. {illegible}.
Nov. 12 -- The residence of Ann Sutter, dec’d, by Hayden H. Tshudy, administrator.  Also a lot of ground, situated in Lititz, by Hayden H. Tshudy, and M. T. Huebener, as the property of the Jacob B, Tshudy, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 21-Oct-1881, Page 2, Column 3

You can visit the memorial page for Jacob Blickensderfer Tshudy.

Flory, Dallas B. - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Oct. 22 -- In Lititz, Kemper’s coal and lumber yard; also 157 perches of land, by L. G. Kemper.
Oct. 28 -- Between Ritter’s Mill and New Haven.  69 cords of oak, hickory and chestnut wood, by Isaac G. Pfautz.
Oct. 28 -- In Lititz, two dwellings and one building lot, by Jesse Ochs.
Nov. 5 -- At the Sturgis House, Lititz, a new, two-story brick dwelling house situated on Main street, Lititz.  A good stable, with accommodations for six horses.  Also a valuable building lot fronting 112 feet on Broad street, extending back two hundred feet to an alley.  By John S. Kauffman.
Nov. 5 -- a lot of household and kitchen furniture by Dallas B. Flory.
Nov. 8 -- Near Hess’ meeting house, Warwick township, 3 acres of wood leave, by Daniel Z. <unreadable>.
Nov. 12 -- The residence of Ann Sutter, dec’d, by Hayden H. Tshudy, administrator.  Also a lot of ground, situated in Lititz, by Hayden H. Tshudy, and M. T. Huebener, as the property of the Jacob B, Tshudy, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 21-Oct-1881, Page 2, Column 3

You can visit the memorial page for Dallas B. Flory.

Ochs, Jesse - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Oct. 22 -- In Lititz, Kemper’s coal and lumber yard; also 157 perches of land, by L. G. Kemper.
Oct. 28 -- Between Ritter’s Mill and New Haven.  69 cords of oak, hickory and chestnut wood, by Isaac G. Pfautz.
Oct. 28 -- In Lititz, two dwellings and one building lot, by Jesse Ochs.
Nov. 5 -- At the Sturgis House, Lititz, a new, two-story brick dwelling house situated on Main street, Lititz.  A good stable, with accommodations for six horses.  Also a valuable building lot fronting 112 feet on Broad street, extending back two hundred feet to an alley.  By John S. Kauffman.
Nov. 5 -- a lot of household and kitchen furniture by Dallas B. Flory.
Nov. 8 -- Near Hess’ meeting house, Warwick township, 3 acres of wood leave, by Daniel Z. <unreadable>.
Nov. 12 -- The residence of Ann Sutter, dec’d, by Hayden H. Tshudy, administrator.  Also a lot of ground, situated in Lititz, by Hayden H. Tshudy, and M. T. Huebener, as the property of the Jacob B, Tshudy, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 21-Oct-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Pfautz, Isaac G. - 1881

Register of Sales
The following is a list of sales, for which bills have been printed at this office.  Persons wishing Sale Bills printed will find those turned out at the Record Office equal to any printed anywhere else.  All sales for which bills have been printed at this office will be noticed in this paper free from the time they are handed in until the week of the sale.
Oct. 22 -- In Lititz, Kemper’s coal and lumber yard; also 157 perches of land, by L. G. Kemper.
Oct. 28 -- Between Ritter’s Mill and New Haven.  69 cords of oak, hickory and chestnut wood, by Isaac G. Pfautz.
Oct. 28 -- In Lititz, two dwellings and one building lot, by Jesse Ochs.
Nov. 5 -- At the Sturgis House, Lititz, a new, two-story brick dwelling house situated on Main street, Lititz.  A good stable, with accommodations for six horses.  Also a valuable building lot fronting 112 feet on Broad street, extending back two hundred feet to an alley.  By John S. Kauffman.
Nov. 5 -- a lot of household and kitchen furniture by Dallas B. Flory.
Nov. 8 -- Near Hess’ meeting house, Warwick township, 3 acres of wood leave, by Daniel Z. <unreadable>.
Nov. 12 -- The residence of Ann Sutter, dec’d, by Hayden H. Tshudy, administrator.  Also a lot of ground, situated in Lititz, by Hayden H. Tshudy, and M. T. Huebener, as the property of the Jacob B, Tshudy, dec’d.
~ The Lititz Record, 21-Oct-1881, Page 2, Column 3

You can visit the memorial page for Isaac G. Pfautz.

Strine, Charles - 1881

Our Neighbors.--
Deputy Sheriff Charles Strine made a pilgrimage along the Susquehanna river last week looking for fish baskets.  It is said that they destroyed some forty baskets.
~ The Lititz Record, 21-Oct-1881, Page 2, Column 3

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Ferretti, Gustavo - 1946

YOUNG ITALIAN VETERAN ASKS TO STAY IN THE U.S.

A 15-year-old Italian boy who fought with the United States 5th army from Cassino to Rome and was a litter bearer during the battle of the Arno river today awaited decision from immigration officials that he hoped would permit him to become an American.

The youth, Gustavo Ferretti, who was smuggled into the United States by returning troops last August, had fought as a gunner with B battery of the 18th field artillery.  He was wounded by shrapnel and awarded the Purple Heart by his battery commander, though without the official certificate.

When action lulled on the B battery front, this youth joined the 361st infantry just before the battle of the Arno River.  Her served through Arno, Florence, and Bologna.  In all young Ferretti served twenty-one months and received a European theatre ribbon with four battle stars.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 24-Jan-1946, Page 4, Column 2

Hauck, Charles W. - 1946

PROFESSOR SCORES U.S. FOOD WASTE
The fact that one-fourth of the food produced in the United States is allowed to go to waste is an indictment of the carelessness and extravagance of the American people, Prof. Charles W. Hauck of Ohio State University, said recently.

Pointing out that the food wasted annually in this country could feed the five New England states or the hunger-ridden countries of Belgium, Holland, Greece and Czecho-Slavakia, Prof. Hauck told a meeting of the Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers Association estimates indicated that more food has been wasted each year than was consumed annually by our armed forces and lend-lease shipments combined during the war.

He described research being conducted jointly by the Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station and a large food store chain to try to check waste through mechanized trimming and packaging of fresh fruits and vegetables in transparent sealed units.

“We hope that our work, which is available to all distributors, will lead to a reduction in this shocking waste which in leafy, green and yellow vegetables runs as high as 43 percent”, he said.  “The loss occurs all along the line—on farms, in packing houses, processing, transportation and storage; in wholesale warehouses and retail stores, in consumers’ homes and public eating places.”
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 24-Jan-1946, Page 3, Columns 5 & 6

Crosser, R. C. - 1946

Let Us File Your Saws
--they will cut like new!
All filing done by machine—more uniform and accurate work than by hand.
All types of saws—hand saws filed while you wait!
Try this service—you will like it.
R. C. Crosser
Bellwood
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 24-Jan-1946, Page 3, Column 1

Reinschmidt, Robert "Bob" - 1946

Complete
Refrigeration and Electric Wiring Service

Bob Reinschmidt
1366 Penna. Ave.                                                                                        Tyrone, Pa.
Phone 9048 or 239M
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 24-Jan-1946, Page 2, Column 6