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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - April 25, 1977, Altoona, Pennsylvania Classified AtU___Phone 9M-7171. -ALTOONA J11RROK, PA., 25, 1977. Miss Central Pennsylvania 1977 GEORGIA ATHENA PAPPAS, daughter of. Mr. an'd Mrs. George T. Pappas of 4021 Are., was chosen Mm Central Pennsylvania Salurday night ftt Hollidaysburg Area High School. Miss Pappss to right! Is shown during her talent presentation, evening' gown'competition, upon being named winner and being crowned Miss Central Pennsylvania. Story and photo appear.on Page I. social carrousel MONDAY Duncansville TOPS 467 will meet al 8 p.m. at Hicks United Methodist Church Duncansville. TUESDAY Hollidayjourj 'y' will meet at p. at Ihe Easter Seal Society lor Crippled ChMren and Adults of Blair County. Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary, Alloona M6. will meet at p.m. at the home of ______j p.m. at (he Hollidaysbtirg YMCA. .Helen Gronert will give "Tins en Win- dow Decorating." Alpha Delta Kappa, Tan Chap- ter, will hold a dessert meeting at p.m. at the Ponn Alto Hotel. Alloona Chapter, National Sec- rclsrics Association, Interna- tional, will hold its annual ROK- Guest Night Dinner at S p.m. at the Sheraton Motor Inn. Blair CounCy Democratic Club will meet at pjn. at the Salvation Army Corps Comrriim- iiy Center. Junior Woman's Club ot Al- toona will meet at p.m. al Ihe Altoona Womans Clubhouse. Blair County Chapter o[ the Deborah Heart and Lung Cen- Alice Sweet Adelines will "at 8 p.m. at the Ward Civic Ccnlcr. THURSDAY Auxiliary to the Letter Car- upper al the home of- Mrs. Kay McCachren, 232 1st Ave., at p.m. Hollidaysburp, TOPS 373 will meet at 7 p.m. in Zion Lutheran Church basement, Hollidays- burg. Spring Cove Junior -Women's Club will meet at p.m. in Ihe Carver YMCA, Roaring Spring. The program will be a microwave oven demonstraiion. Basic Dress Pattern Course Scheduled The Alttxma Recreation Com- mission announces it will be conducting a three session E-7. both experienced and beginner Ward "Center, 5lh Avenue, and 21st Street. The course will be under the RcMl' a Mn lo direction of Mrs. Belly Burfcett, David and Doreen (Ecker) Reed and is aimed at allowing you lo o[ 1MB 6th Ave., Juniata, al no George A. Woll Jr. Chapter, War Mothers, will meet at noon. Brin? a sandwich, and coffee Rcfrcshmonls'wll be served. SATURDAY new arrivals APRIL 22, 1377 Baby Kuhn, a son torn lo James.and Diana (Fawfes) Kuh.T p Hosp-! ilal al a.m. The first session will leach those attending the class how to dc- tecl their individual faults and Ihen correct ,lhem on tissue paper patterns. A muslin -pat- tern will then be cut and fitted, showing proper techniques. The second session will dem- onstrate the completion of the E-Z haste pattern to enable the experienced and also the inex- perienced ieiver :'alike to sew their own garment without fit- ting ever again. The third session will be con- cerned with transferring oj the Mercy Hospital al a.m. Twins Conrad, daughters bom to Paul and Bonnie (Leonard) Conrad oi Box S-E, Loretlo RD, at Mercy Hospiial at and Kenneth and Fisher of 753 Slate College-, al Mercy Hospital muslin pattern to a poslerboafd patlern. and also" patlern de- signing. You are to bring a pat- ter will meet at 8 p.m. at First Lutheran Church. will be served. WEDNESDAY Weight off Club will meet jliji ,v Urtted'smorgasbord, beginning al 6 off the natlern Methodist Church. ip.m. in the Hollidaysburg Area ParlicSik i Altoona Chapter of Hjdassah'Hifih School. i-arncipantsii will hold its annual Donor !.un-i c Bellwood women', Juniata Memorial flea market a.m..'and Auxiliary will p.m.. and the
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