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Archive - Jul 24, 2011

Punxsy holds on despite late Philipsburg rally

July 24, 2011

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Trailing 10-2 in the top of the seventh inning, Philipsburg's 15- and 16-year old VFW All-Star team scored seven runs and had the tying run in scoring position, but relief pitcher Bobby Thompson closed the door to earn the save for Punxsy, which won 10-9 in its second game of the All-Star Area 6 tournament.

Punxsy eliminated with two losses over the weekend

July 24, 2011

CRANBERRY — Punxsy's 10- and 11-year old Little League baseball All-Star team lost its first two games in two weeks over the weekend at the sectional tournament in Cranberry and was eliminated from competition for the state title.

Punxsy was scheduled to play Harbor Creek Friday night in Cranberry, but the game was cancelled after being delayed part way through the first inning due to inclement weather, and the rematch was scheduled for Saturday at 2 p.m. Since no innings were completed, the game started over with a fresh slate.

Ronald E. Lingenfelter, 73

July 24, 2011

Ronald E. Lingenfelter, 73, currently of York, formerly of Stewartstown, died Thursday, July 21, 2011, at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey.

He was the husband of Norma J. (Martz) Lingenfelter, to whom he was married 51 years.
 
A memorial service will take place Saturday, July 30, 2011, at the Stewartstown Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 14 College Ave., Stewartstown, beginning with Masonic Rites at 1 p.m. by the Shrewsbury F & AM Lodge No. 423.

Pastor Howard Edmondson and Rev. Barry Robison will officiate.

Driver killed in accident

July 24, 2011

YOUNG TOWNSHIP — A two-vehicle accident that occurred at approximately 10 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of Route 536 and Route 36, Young Township, took the life of the driver of a pickup truck, according to Punxsutawney-based Pennsylvania State Police.

Road show highlights Civil War history

July 24, 2011

BROOKVILLE – John Seitter couldn't believe the conversation – or argument, as he thought it was – he heard at the Jefferson County Fair late last week.

The young girl was adamant – adamant enough that he could hear her sentiments – that Confederate Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart cost Gen. Robert E. Lee – and the Confederacy, in its first and only invasion of the North – the Battle of Gettysburg over those first warm three days of July 1863 in Adams County.

Way Back When

July 24, 2011

(The Spirit is pleased to share with our readers vignettes of life in the 19th Century as originally reported in past issues of the newspaper. These reprinted stories include their original headlines and spelling.)

(Local Intelligence
March 18, 1896)

THOSE GOOD OLD TIMES

Everybody Was Honest, and Even the Saw-Mills Were Upright

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Punxsy's Luke Shiock has been named the 2014 KSAC Large All-Conference Lineman of the Year. The...

 

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