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Herald of May 14, 1920

Plans are nearing completion for Memorial Day. Committees to have charge of the various parts of the program were named. H.H. Lykens is to be the master of ceremonies and C. Guy Barley named chief marshal of the parade.

Clarence Detwiler of Curryville began his duties as tester of the Southern Blair Cow Testers’ association.

A spirited primary campaign is drawing to a close as the primaries close next Tuesday. Chief interest centered in the Republican nomination for congress.

Howard Baker of Potter Creek, had a new porch erected to his house recently. Howard can now rest in the shade instead of basking in the sunshine, or rest in the cool shades of a democracy.

John Love is now the owner of seven fine horses.

Vandalism has been practiced in the Potter Creek Cemetery.

Misses Edna Ritchey and Frances Beach have gone to Altoona where they will be employed during the summer months.

Lloyd Furry spent the weekend with his parents.

 

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