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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania 10 AiOe. COUNTY DAILY TIMES Pi- im Births announced LANKENAU HOSPITAL BAVXOR To Mr. and Mrs. Mark Baylor. 203 Fairiamb Ave.. Haverford Township, a son, July 11. MC MULLAN To Mr. and Mrs Kevin MeMullan, 28 S. Madison Ave.. Upper Darby, a son. July n. DONNELLY To "Mr. and Robert Donnelly. 68-2 Drexelbrook Drive, Upper Darby, a son. Julv 14. D! GIACOMO To Mr. "and Mrs Philip DiGiacomo. 513 Paddock Road. Haverford Township, a daughter. July CARDOXE To Mr. and Mrs Robert Cardone. 116 Fawn Lane. Haveriord Township, a son, July 15. PETRICK To Mr. and Mrs. David Petrick, 27 N. Middletown Road. Mid- dletouii. a son. July 15. MIESEN To Sir. and Mrs. Richard Miesen. 183 Gulf Hills Road. Radnor a daughter, July 16. BURTON To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burton. 130E. Marthart Ave., Haverford Tcwnship, a son. July 16. PERKS To Mr. and Mrs. George Perks, 122 Spring Valley Road. Oarbv a son, July 18. SMALUVOOD To Mr. and Mrs David Smallwood, 148 W. Kerjlworth St.. Newtown, a son, July is. NACKORD To Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Nackord, 420 Bobbin Mill Road. Mid- dletown. a daughter, July 18. MC GEE To Mr. and Mrs. Peter McGee, 108 Kent Road, Upper Darby, a daughter, July 18. rse "PI 1CHILDRENS APPAREL BABY FURNITURE LAPRAIRIE To Mr. and Mrs. Roger Laprairie. 2510 Hirst Ter.. Haverford Township, a son. July 19. MILLER To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller. 305 Walnut Hill Lane. Haverford Township, a daughter. July 19. PRUITT To Mr. and Mrs. John Pruitt. 104 Deer Lane. Newtown. a daughter, July 21. VAPMAREK To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vapmarek, 100 E. Glenolden Ave.. Glenolden. a son. July 23. DELAWARE COUNTY HOSPITAL HAUER To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. .Hauer. 61 Scarlett Ave.. Aston, a daughter, July 14. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Foster, 721 Long Lane, Upper Darby, a daughter. July 14. AXSON To Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anson. 301 Main St.. Darby, a daughter, Julv 14. MEELEY To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Meeley. 1009 Poplar Ave.. Gienoiden. a daughter, July 14. HARKI.N to Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Harkin. 225 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale. a son. July 14. YASHIN To Mr. and Mrs. Daniel N. Yashin. 4123 Rosemont Ave., Upper Darbv. a son, July 15. SINCLAIR To Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Sinclair, 81 Houston Road, Lan- sdowne, a son. July 15. GREENWOOD To Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Greenwood. 4117 Garrett Road, Upper Darbv. a son, July 15. MAYER To Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mayer, 214 Sedgewood Road. Springfield, a daughter. July 15. PAXANOS To Mr. and Mrs. James Pananos. 738 Drexel Ave.. L'pper Darby, a daughter. July 16. CAMBER To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Camber. 7110 Clinton Road. Upper Darby, a daughter. July 17. WYSOCK1 To Mr. "and Mrs. Edward M. Wysocki. 272 Bayard Road. Upper Darby.ason.July IB. 5EIFERHELD To Mr. and .Mrs. Rolf Seiferfaeld. 47 W. Turnhull Ave.. Haverford Township, a daughter. July 18. FLICK To .Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.. Flick. 1566 Glen Ave.. 'Foleroft. a daughter. July 19. SHOUP to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Shoup. 4729 Rodgers Ave., Upper Darbv. a daughter. July 20. TORRES To Mr. and Mrs. Robin G. Torres, 52 Shadeland Ave., Uppei Darby, a daughter. July 20. COOPER To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Cooper, 148 N. Fairview Ave., Upper Darby, a daughter, July 21. HOUSER To Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. fjouser, 208 N. Sylvan Ave., Morton, a -on July 21. V- ALLS To Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. ails. 281 David Ave., Clifton Heights, a .Iulv21. THOMPSON" To Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Thompson HI, 1102 Walnut St.. Collingdale, a daughter, July 21. TULLY To Mr. and Mrs. John L. Tully. 29! Childs Ave.. L'pper Darby, a son. July 22. Ql'IXN To Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Quinn. 1009 Girard Ave.. Ridlev Township, a son. July 22. PSH10GIOS To Mr. and Mrs. Panagiotis P. Pshiogios. 7810. Windrim Road, Upper Darby, a daughter. July 22. JENKINSON To Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Jenkinson. 24 Schoolhouse Lane. Marpie. a son. July 22. FORD To Mr. and Mrs. Franklin R. Ford. 939 Duncan Ave., Yeadon. a daughter. July 22. RUSSO To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Russo. 202 Rively Ave.. Aldan, a daughter. July 24. GORMLEY To .Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Gormley. 6 Dorset Drive. Guides, teachers learn old crafts UPLAND Virginia Westbrook, a field representative for the America the Beautiful Fund, Washington, D.C., conducted a special training session for historic tour guides and some Delaware County teachers at the historic Caleb Pusey House here today. Some 25 persons took part in the program, which was designed to offer craft demon- strations that are "easily reproducible in classrooms to stimulate the introduction of such things in local social studies classes." Miss Westbrook said she is "hoping to provide some simple crafts for guides to do at various historic sites in order to interest visitors in these activities." Formerly associated with the educational department at Old Stnrbridge Village, Stur- bridge, Mass., for three years, Miss Westbrook recently served as consultant for the Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, Edgmont. She was assisted by Paula Raugh of Clifton Heights and Susan Lucas of Marpie in the special workshop session. Miss Westbrook also has worked for a number of social history museums in various part of the eastern United States. pusey add 1 Among the things taught were soup making "to supplement our candledipping, wool carding, spinning and dyeing and a number of other early crafts. Miss Raugh brought her equipment for making apple dolls and Miss Lucas' supplied her Juntor group for candle- dipping demonstrations. "We hope to devety more community in- vdvement in local Miss Weftbrook Mid, "M well to introduce historic crafts intotctaoiclMsnonM.'' Marpie, a daughter, July 24. EGAN To Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Egan. 714 Swarthmore Ave.. Suar- thmore, a daughter, July 24. CARNEY To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Carney. 716 Chester Pike, Ridley a daughter. July 25 MOONEY to Mr. and Mrs Danft! L Mooney. 170 Bortondale Road. Mid- dletown, a daughter, Julv 25. VERNOT -To Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Vernot. 859 Wyndom Ter.. Upper Darby, a daughter, July 25. HOCKBERG To Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hockberg. 328 Laurel Road. Sharon HIU. .a son, July 25. MC DONNELL To Mr. and Mrs. William McDonnell. 731 Bennington Road, Folcrbft. a son. July 25. CORRORAN To Mr. and Mrs Joseph P. Corroran. 239 Ardmore Ave.. Upper Darby, a daughter, July 25. HOLAHAN To Mr. "and Mrs. Raymond R. Holahan. 115 Stanley Ave.. Collingdale, a son. July 27. Dl SANTIS To and Mrs. Francis J. DiSantls, 2038 Ravenwood Drive, Folcroft, a son. July 27. AGATONE To Mr. and Mrs. An- thony N. Agatone Jr.. 276 Avon Road. Upper Darby, a son, July 27. CANNON To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Cannon, 841 Anderson Ave., Upper Darby, a daughter, July 28. FACCIOLO To Mr. and Mrs. Ben- jamin A. Facciolo, 202 Ridley Ave., Ridley Township, a son, July 28. AMEY To Mr. and Mrs. William S. Amey, 34 S. Penn St.. Clifton Heights, a son, July 28. YESKELAWITCH To Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Yeskelawitch, 438 E. Baltimore Ave., Clifton Heights, a daughter. July 28. SACRED HEART HOSPITAL TAGGART To Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Taggart. 738 Bennington Road, 1 Folcroft, a daughter. July 4. MC ELWEE To "Mr. and Mrs. WUiiam J. McElwee. 1028 Baldwin St.. Chester, a daughter. July 6. HERBERT To Mr. and Mrs. Willie Herbert. 1346 W. 7th St.. Chester, a son. July 7. TIMMO.VS To Mr. and Mrs. Michael Timraons. 207 Pilgrim Lane, Upper Darby, a daughter, July 7. PARRY To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parry, 12 Marshall Ave., Marcus Hook, a daughter, July 9. CATANIA To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Catania. 549 Kellv Ave., Ridley Town- ship, a daughter, July 10. WATERS To Mr. and Mrs. Albert Waters III, 70 Glenn Road, Aston, a son, July 10. SWEENEY To Mr. and Mrs. John Sweeney, 217 MacDade Blvd., Glenoldeh, a son, July 11. FINN To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Finn. 224 E. 23rd St., Chester, a daughter. July 11. DEGAMCH To Mr. and Mrs. David Deganich, 41 Woodbrook Way, Aston, a daughter. July 13. DRYGAS To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Drygas. 342-A E. South Ave., Norwood, a daughter. July 14. HOLEFELDER To Mr. and Mrs. John Holefelder. 192 Lake Drive, Mid- dletown. a son, July 16. THOMAS To Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas, 2990 Highwood Drive, Aston, a son, July 16. HUIZING To Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Huizing, 330 Sunnyside Ave., Chester Township, a son, July 16. DARRAH To Mr. and Mrs. Edward Darrah. 2113 Euclid Ave., Upper Chichester. a daughter. July 17. MOORE To Mr. and Kirs. William Moore. 1037LeiperSL, Ridley Township, a son, July 17. BADIE To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Badie, 603 W. 2nd St.. Chester, a daughter, Julv 19. HL'EBECK To Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Ruebeck. 2708 Lehman St.. Chester, a son. July 20. TODD To Mr. and Mrs Levert C. Todd. 413 Jeffrey St.. Chester, a daughter. July 20. RIDDLE HOSPITAL SYGLOWSKI To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Syglowski, 1061 Stratford Road. Glenolden. a daughter. Julv 15. ALBAN To Mr. and Mrs. Donald Alban. Fern St.. Darby, a son, July 16. BOREK To Mr. and Mrs. David Bprek, 216 Green Ave., Ridley Township, a son, July 16. TEGLER To Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tegler, 330 Crestview Circle, Nether Providenxcxnce, a daughter, July 16. BONNER To Mr. and Mrs. John A. Banner, 101 Holmes Road, Ridley Township, a son, July 17. i BURROWS To Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burrows, 924 Delvlew Drive, Folcroft, a daughter, July 18. DAHME To Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Dahme, 768 Taylor SL. Folcroft, a son, July. 18. E'NDERLE To Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Enderle. 1400 MacDade Blvd.. Ridley Township, a son. July 18. HOOPES To Mr. and Mrs. WiHlam Hoopers. 1024 Tweedbrook Road. Wilmington, a son. July 18. MC GARRY To Mr. and Mrs. John McGarry, 802 Painters Crossing, Bir- mingham, a son. July 18. LICKEY To Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lickey.20S. MacDade Blvd.. Glenolden, a daughter. July 19. 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