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Derrick (Newspaper) - February 28, 1985, Oil City, Pennsylvania The Ruthven Zipcode THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28 1985 for 16 A part of PRICE 30 cents USPS Ramettes working way to a State Tourney Berth Cindy to avoid the toul during the Ramettes win over Albert Truesdale Saturday night at Spencer DENTIST VISITS R-A SCHOOL In observance of National Dental Health Month Dr Harvey F Evans visited with the Com- munity School students on Wednesday Feb 20 1985 Dr Evans answered the questions that were submitted by the children in kindergarten through sixth grade There were two sessions one with ten through third grade and forth through fifth grade Dr Evans said This was my first with that many children and I really it Dates set for bid letting and opening This Thursday Feb 28 the Ruthven Community Care Center architect Gene O'Neil will begin to make specifications on the building available to all interested contractors On Tuesday March 26 at p.m tentatively at the Ruthven school auditorium the sealed bids from ail contractors will be opened The public is invited K the lowest bidding contractor meets bonding requirements the Care Center Board may vote to hire this firm on March 26 Construction should then begin in early April There will be a Community ion Coffee concerning the Care Center on Monday March 18 at p.m at the Zion Lutheran Church Please bring Ruthven Spencer Emmetsburg shire and other area town residents to this meeting The Ramettes are gradually working their way to a berth at the State Tournament after the victory over Albert in Saturday night action The Ramettes downed the Hurricanes This win gives the Ramettes a record for the season The Ramettes lead after the first period by a score of With the Ramettes had the biggest lead in the game The Hurricanes cut the margin to three points in the second half but the Ramettes knew they couldn't let the Hurricanes top them With left to play the Ramettes had boosted their lead to The forward court was lead by Sharon Williamson with 28 points followed by Marica Ruehle with 22 and Pam Carpenter threw in 17 points The guard court was lead by senior Karla Garrelts with 10 rebounds 3 blocked shots and two steals Jin Toland added rebounds ior the Ramettes Ruthven children can enjoy stories every Wednesday at the Library Shown are children that attended the story hour oa Wednesday February Story hour at the Ruthven Library Story hour at the Ruthven library was held as usual on Wednesday Feb 20 1985 with 11 children enjoying stories and a movie Those attending were Willy Faulstick Luke Rouse Angie Forey Justin Pitt Arianna Hauge Corey Meusberger Riley Heller Kathem Monica Birchard Christy Olson and Kristina Schurg Librarian Johnson read the following Kangaroo Pocket for and One Kitten is Not To Many Then Erma presented a film titled A Snowy Day Children between the ages of three and five are invited to attend Ruthven's library Story Hour every Wednesday starting at p.m
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