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   Progress, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1964, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                               THE PROGRESS, Clearfield, Curwensville, Philipsburg, Moshannon Valley, Pa., Wednesday, November 18, 1964 PAGE TWENTY THREl USED 1955 CHEVROLET Vz ton Pick- up, new tires and front fenders. Phone Houtzdale 378-8967. B 1951 CHEVY PANEL TRUCK. Call Clearfield 765-9825 after 4 P. M: TRUCK M A R T M A R T PltKUPS 1951 CHEVROLET R-license 1951 FORD R-license IMS CHEVROLET R-license 1J58 INTERNATIONAL R-li- cense 1M3 JEEP 4-wheel drive, S- license TRACTORS 1M2 MACK B81 (2) B81 MACKS with trailing ttiet (2) 31 ft. Flatbed Trailers DUMPS (2) 1WI INTERNATIONAL 1MZ, Y-license, air bnkes (2) U5S GMC Y-tags, air brakes 1958 INTERNATIONAL Tandem ZZ, cylinder SPECIAL 1955 DODGE V-license DUMP TRUCK. Ideal For House Coal! CLEARFIELD EQUIPMENT CO. Old Town Road Ph. 765-5559 INTERNATIONAL U-LICENSE DUMP TRUCK: Also Interna tional R-License Pickup. Phone 857-7156, Woodland. 1952 FORD TANDEM DUMP TRUCK: Phone Philipsburg 342 2659. MACHINERY EQUIPM'T FOR SALE D-8 model 2 U with dozer. Model 5 northwes shovel. Phone Clearfield 765 3852. At St. Francis School HURSDAY, NOV. 19th Doors Open at 7 P M. 1435 Special: 5 TURKEYS! EXTRA SPECIAL: 500 in 59! 375 in 55! Plus 3 100 Specials REE 30 in CASH FREE REAL ESTATE FOR "For the Best in Real Estate" R. M. HERSHEY, Realtor 208 East Locust St. Clearfield ROUND AND SQUARE DANCE: Saturday, November 21st, 9 P. M. MT. JOY GRANGE, Admission 50c, Re- 'reshments. TEENAGE DANCE: Saturday, November 21st, "9 to 12 P. M. Trenchville Social Center. Mu- ,ic by PENNSYLVANIA RAMBLERS. CLEARFIELD: House, four rooms and bath. Modern kitch- en, oil heat, good location. If interested call 765-3717 after 6 P. M. PHILIPSBURG: Four bedroom, four floor house at 120 Ninth Street. Siturted on lot 72 front feet by 100 feet deep with out- door fireplace, flagstone patio, paved drive. House fully insulat- ed, complete storm window cov- erage, new aluminum siding, new oil-fired hot water system complete with new radiation; bathrooms, ample clothes closets, storage space; approxi- mately 3600 squire feet. For complete details write G. K. Dunsmore, 120 Ninth Street or call 342-4682. Hello, World! Mr, ana Mrs. Dale Brown of Clearfield R. D. are the par- ents of an 8-pound, 3-ounce girl born at a.- m. yesterday, Nov. 17, in the Clearfield Hos- pital. Mrs. Brown is the former Helen Hudson. PROPERTY We SPECIALIZE "ALUMINUM SIDING" For complete roofing and siding installations, call for "FREE" ESTIMATES! Clearfield 765.8840 765 9884 Economy Roofing Co. 0. J. BROLIN septic tank, cess- pool cleaning. We carry 120 ft. of hose. Owned and operated by REYNOLD BLOOM Winburne 345-5112 HUGH LAWHEAD Real Estate Broker Clearfield 765-9514 765-6947 18 N Second Street v-m-tu-w-tb-s-c( 27) An 8-pound, girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. For- rest Rowles of Olanta at p. m. yesterday, Nov. 17, in the Clearfield Hospital. The mother is the Connie Collins. First Honor Roll Announced At Clearfield Junior High School Students achieving Roll for the first grading period at Junior High School the Honor six weeks Clearfield have been IN IRVONA: 2 Family house for sale. Only GLEN HOPE: Large house for rent. month. Will sell for In- quire BENDER'S STORE, Coal- port. Complete SAWMILL FOR SALE (See other ad this page under Business Opportunities) CARVER REAL ESTATE ENNIS: In loving memory of Clair Ennjs who passed away two years ago today. Two years have passed since that sad day. The one we loved was called away. God took him home, It was his will But in our hearts he liveth still. Sadly missed by wife, children, grandchildren. WANTED TO SCRAP, cast, heavy steel and metals. Novey's, Clearfield. ANTIQUE FURNITURE, dish- es, oil lamps. We buy most any- thing old. Write BURKHOLDER ANTIQUE SHOP, Hollidaysburg. WATER WELL DRILLING (614 in. Dia.) Core Drilling. Test holes. Rotary Drilling. F. W. WEBER SONS R. D. Rockton Ph. 583-3505 IRON RAILINGS Do-it-Yourself or Custom Built. OGDEN'S WELDING SERVICE 16 W. 2nd Ave. Clfd. 765-3452 WATER WELLS Shot holes, Core and Test Drilling, competi- tive prices. FORSYTH DRILLING CO, Phone DuBois 371-7960 ROOFING SIDING and CARPENTER WORK Phone Clearfield 765-3909 ROBERT L FLETCHER IRON RAILINGS, COLUMNS Call W. W. J. K. JOHNSTON Clearfield 765-4142, 765-3533 or 765-7048 GRAY'S Septic Tank Cleaning West Decatur Phone 342-1827 CLOSING FRED NORRIS ES- TATE Corner business prop- erty, 221 Spruce Street, Clear- field. Large house, garage. In fine condition, with attached space which could be used as self-service laundry, beauty or barber shop, store or convert- ed into two family dwelling. Must be seen to visualize busi- ness possibilities. Priced so rea- sonably would soon pay for it- self. Immediate possession. Call 765-9614 or 765-6947. CLEARFIELD: South West 3rd Avenue. Three bedroom ranch home. Large kitchen. Garage in basement, brick front. Nice res- idential area. CLEARFIELD: Nice two apart- ment brick home. Completely remodeled. FHA approved. Ony down. Can be five bedroom and two baths set up. Will consider trading car or jeep for down payment. CURWENSVILLE: Nice Bung- alow with garage. Large lot. 216 McNaul Street. EDMUND J. ZITZELBERGER Realtor Sales Appraisals Rentals Lots in South Park and Country Club Hills 765-3345 765-6906 765-6851 765-5003 ANTIQUES, dishes, coins, wash- bowl sets, corner cupboards, dry sinks, etc Write VOYAG- ER MOTEL. Clearfield 765-9666 PRINCESS PINE: 8c per Jb. Phone Osceoia Mills 339-6516. TOP PRICES PAID for batter- ies, steel drums, cast iron. Phone Clearfield 765-4732. WANTED TO BUY: Y or Z plate dump truck in any condi- tion. Call Penfield 637-5654. 1946 FORD, V plate, truck fenders. Will consider walk away. Phone Clearfield 765-9112. REPAIR JOHN DEERE 420C Crawler Loader FORDSON Major Diesel Tractor and Loader HD4 CATERPILLAR Loader NAA FORD Tractor with Load- er JOHN DEERE 420C Angledozcr 420 CASE Angledezer P. M. BURNS Industrial Supply Woodland Road Clearfield FOR MALE HELP MEN WITH farm background, neat, polite and rbove average intelligence a week to start Only good hard workers need apply. Write 605 Orient Avenue, DuBois. TFUCK DRIVERS, 23 years or older. Must be experienced on truck and semi truck and trail ers. Inquire BUTLER TRUCK ,ING COMPANY, Drifting. DELIVERY HELP OR PART TIME SALES WORK: Musi have car and references. Phone Winburne 345-5257. EMPLOYMENT- OR FEMALE desired ti do general office work. Write Box "688" THE PROG RESS, Clearfield stating qualifi cations. WANTED Two or three peo pie to help Stanley Home Pro ducts with their Christmas rus of business.' Car necessary. to weekly, part time. Writ Box "689" THE PROG RESS, Clearfield. WANTED Ironings to do home. Phone Curwensville 236 2283. ERSONAL CURWENSVILLE: House, four rooms and bath. Available De- cember 1st. Contact E. M. HAYS, Curwensville. 24 HOUR OIL BURNER SERVICE Installations and Repairs LEWIS DEMI SONS Clearfield Curvensville Phone 765-9862 Night DREX DEMI 765-8576 or DUD SHIMMEL 765-4836 TYPING, MIMEOGRAPHING ETC. Phone 765-4908 NADINE'S LETTER SHOP Keystone Building, Clearfield CLEARFIELD: Unfurnished apartment. 4 Rooms, bath. 2nd floor Heat and Hot water fur- nished. Newly redecorated. per month. Call 765-9835 before 6 P. M. CLEARFIELD: 3 Room Furnish- ed apartment. Good location. Inquire 410 East Market. Phone 765-7326. ELECTRIC MOTOR repairing and rewinding Turnpike Ext GILL BROTHERS Clearfield 765-9252 DRAPERIES and SLIP COV- ERS. Made to order. RAYMOND SWALES Phone 765-4511 620 Daisy Street Clearfield FOR SALE: Mare Sorrel, quar- terhorse. Ideal pleasure horse. With or without saddle. Phone Houtzdale'378-7543 or 378-7614. announced by Principal George W. Shively. To be eligible for the honor roll, students must earn an average of 85 per cent or more in their major subjects, earn a grade of 80 per cent or above in each subject, have not' been given a below average mark in citizenship and personality de- velopments, have maintained a grade of 90 in deportment, and have no unexcused tardy marks or absences. The students are listed below by class grade. Ninth Grade: Sandra Adamson, Richard Aughenbaugh, Valerie Barnes, Dennis Barger, Robert Barger, Marilyn Bartley, Linda Baum- gardner, A 11 a n Bickel, Ray- mond Blowers, Cynthia Bowers, Carol Brantner, Kitty Brion, Margaret Brown, Randy Bryan, William Buczek, Mary Ann Bumbarger, Joy Butler, Randy Butler. Sherry Campbell, Sally, Cams, Mary Carter, Alan Cathcart, Linda Peggy Coudriet, Carol Ann Davis, Diane Dearing, Sherie Dickey, Linda Duga, Jane Dusch. Kevin English, Jim Eshel- man, Renee Evans, Eric Fil- singer, Susan Freeman, Ruth Frontino, Gloria Gilmore, Eddie Gray, Karen Hamm, David Harris, Judy Hertlehi. Beth Hile, Mark H i m e s, Joanne Hoffman, Cheryl Howell, Judy Hugney, Zoe Jordan, Dar- lene Jury, Sally K enn a r d, Dennis Kephart, Shirley Korb, Joanne Kozak. Robert Lane, Bart Lee, Roger Leigey, Terry Little, Judy Luce, Cheryl Lumadue, John Luma- due, Michael McCorkle, Pat McDormott, Howard McGarvey III, Donna McGinley, Oswilla McGovern, John Marino, Charles Marshall. Francis Merat, Sharon Milli- gan, Peggy Mohney, Beverly Og- den, Jerry Oldham, Janet Pal- mer, Sally Plamgren, Bonnie Pannebaker, Eleanor Pearce, Ronald Peters, Linda Peteuil, Harold Putt, Larry Putt. Amy Rauch, Patty Reasinger, Alex Reinke, Kenny Rhone, Rickey Ricotta, Lynn Rockwell, Dan Rogers, Marlene Rogers, Linda Ross, Paula Salvatore, Shari Scarborough, Bill Shaft- ner, Elaine Shifter, Barbara Shipley, Patricia Shugarts, Ray- mond Sipe, Richard Sloppy, Sherri Smith, Patsy Snyder. Patty Stella, Patty Stephen- son, Phil Stover, Beverly Swatsworth, Roberta Taylor, Gwen Thomas, Barbara Thomp- son, Gary Turner. Jeanne HOLSTEIN HEIFER, 6 months old: 25 bales Hay. All for Phone Houtzdale 378-8967. LEGAL Urban, Joseph Valenza, Anne Vokes, Keith Wallace, Patricia Williams, Jerry Wilson, Dean Wisor, Raymond Wisor, Sandra Wisor, Randy Woolridge and Andy Yingling. Eighth Grade: Debra Beauseigncur, Ann Bell, Debbie Bell, Jackie Blake, Sharon Bloom, Mark Boykiw, Kathleen Brett, Terry Briskar, Cheryl, Bumbarger, Kathy Carlson, Margaret Cow- der, Gary Curry, Patrice Czarnecki, Danny Davis, Robert Davis, Fred Diehl, Kathleen Dixon. Cynthia Donner, Sue Donner, Douglas Donovan, Catherine Dufton, Elizabeth Evans, Den- nis Flanagan, Cheri Fleck, Joan Fledderman, Robert Fleming, Kathy Fletcher, Wil- liam Freeman, Bonnie Gear- hart, David Glass, Sharon Graham, Synthia Henry, Hergenrother, Karen Hess, Linda Hess, Robert Hess, Jac- queline Hipps, Linda Hoyt. Susan Hubler, Susan Hunt, Charles Inlow, Carolyn Jordan, Coleen Kassab, Donald Keenan, Joanne Kline, Diane Korb, Mary Ann Krebs, Ralph Lip- part, Samuel Livingstone, Wol- liam Luce, Elva Lumadue, Dianne Maines, Mona Maines, Dorothy Mason, Dick McGary, Margaret Mendolia, Jacqueline Michaels. Mary Kay Miler, Rusty Miller, Rebecca Mollica, Rhon- da Moore, Terry Nelson, Andy Ogden, Glen Ogden, Victoria Ogden, Kathy Owens, Margaret Owens, Pamela Parks, Debbie Peavy, John Peters, Robert Pe- ters, Sharon Peters, Andrew Pe- terson, Nancy Plubell, Barbara Pritts, Colleen Rauch. David Read, Nancy Reisihg- er Rebecca Renoe, Julie Robb, L y n n e Robbins, Shirley Rougeux, Maureen Rowles, Wilma Round, Mary Sankey, Phyllis Sayers, Linda Schick- ling, Harold Shaffner, Phyllis Shaffner, Dennis Shaw, Steve Shaw, Rosemary Smith, Tarik Soudani, Mary Jo Spagnolo. Allen Sunderland, Lee Sun- derland, Susan Taylor, Chris- tine Thomas, Donna Tylwalk, Marilyn Undercofler, Duane Walk, Robert Walker, Diane Waple, Lea Ward, Brian Wil- liams, Cathy Williams, Eddie Wilson, Elizabeth Wilson, Susan Wilson, Cathy Witherow, Donna Wood and Wayne Wood. Seventh Grade: Scott Adamson, Bruce Allison, Jean Ammerman, Susan Arford, Bill Bacharach, Susan Bailey, Martha Beard, Freder- ick Beightol, Cortez Bell III, Paula Bish, Joseph Biviano, James Bodle, Cathy Bohrman, Bill Braid, George Brett, Patti Briskar, Carol Brown, James Brown, Harold Bumbarger, Kathy Butler. Mike C a n a v a n, Karen Casteel, Sylvia Chucheck, Cath- Christmas Bazaar At Trinity Methodist Set Tomorrow and Friday The Woman's Society of Chris- tian Service of Clearfield's Trin- ity Methodist Church will hold its Christmas Bazaar in Trinity Parish House tomorrow and Friday from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Luncheon will be served on both days from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. and a dinner will be serv- ed on Friday evening from 5 to 7 p. m. There will be home baked food stutfs, marmalades, jellies, jams, nuts and candy for sale; also handmade novelties, plain and fancy aprons, needlework, Christmas greens, floral ar- rangements, white elephants, a fish pond, a second hand book stall and1 all manner of enticing attractions, including framable pictures of Trinity Methodist Church and church imprinted stationery. There will be- a cor- ner tea room overlooking the main floor, if a coffee break is desired. This Christmas Bazaar is un- der the leadership'of Mrs. Frank Montgomery, general chair- man, and Co-Chairmen Mrs. William Crum and Mrs. Cecil H. Rishel. Heads of the different booths are as follows: Mrs. Charles Mrs. W. E. Reiley, Mrs. Vivian McCardell, Mrs. Henry Peterson, Mrs. James Hoover, Mrs. Eugene Henry, Mrs. Har- old Lumadue, Mrs. Bertha Zacko and Mrs. Dudley Law- head. Clearfield Hospital Blood furnished the Clear- field Hospital through the Red Cross Bloodmobile program between Jan. 1 and Nov. 17 totals 547 pints. Pints used Tuesday: 5. Snack Bar Donors Mrs. Don Ogden, Charles Bumbarger Sons. Helper Mrs. Willard Mc- Dowell. Cart Mrs. Burton Television Mrs. Rishel. Bloom. Chester 1964 OPEN YOUR DRAIN without digging Flectric eel sewage service New machine STo charge for machines if drain is not opened Phone CUR WENSVILLE HEATING PLUMBING. 236-1711. CLEARFIELD: 4 Room apart- ment. Also one 3 room house. Phone 765-3895. BENDER'S SANITARY SERVICE Garbage Ashes Trash TRY US Clearfield 765-6691 MONUMENTS, MARKERS, R.asonable. STRAW BROS. MONUMENTAL WORKS, 7 N. 4th, Clearfield, 765-6852 CLEARFIELD: Five room sec- ond floor unfurnished apart- Bath, private entrance. 146 West Market. Phone 765- 9529. OSCEOLA MILLS: 7 Room house. 406 Coal Street, across from school. Write Box 192, Ra- mey, Pa. CURWENSVILLE: 3 Room un- furnished apartment. Bath. Heater. Call Curwensville 236- 1181. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA. IN THE MATTER OF: JACK E. PETERSON and BARBARA ANN PETERSON NO. 64-89 IN BANKRUPTCY NO. 64-M IN BANKRUPTCY Bankrupt NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE Notice is hereby siven that C. R. Grove, Trustee, has filed a petition with Gerald K, Gibson, Referee in Bankruptcy, for leave to sell one 1960 Dodge Dart, six cylinder to Thomas Za- kutney, Houtzdale, Pa., for the sum of 5135.00, Appraised in this estate for Said sale will be conducted on November 33, 1964 at lO'OO A. M. (E. S. T.) Community Room Cambria Savings Johnstown, Penna. when and where higher offers will be accepted Confirmation of sale to take plact at the above time and place C, R, GROVE, Trustee, 502 Swank Building, Johnstown, Penna. Smart Arrival Printed Pattern a CLEARFIELD: Newly redec- orated comfortable unfurnished apartment. Heat, water furnish- ed. Garage. Nice location. Phone 765-9839. WRIGLESWORTH CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY DRAPERIES SLIP COVERS Curwensville 236-2030 FLUES AND FURNACES CLEANED JOHN E KEPHART Win 345-5791 345-5434 V'E SELL CARPET with 2 name brands. A good line of samples will be brought out to your home, measured and type of carpet explained and we install wall to wall or anyway the cus- tomer wish. STYLELINE UPHOLSTERING 245 Power Ave. Clearfield Phone 765-7173 FOR FOR BFGoodrich Storm windows doors of B.F.Goodrich Koroseal rigid vinyl won't pit, corrode, peel, crack, chip, tarnish, rot or rust Call for estimates home demonstration Prc-Holiday Permanent Wave Special Nov. to Dec. 19th Reg. Wave Now Reg. Wave Now Reg. Wave Now Compete line of REVLON Products E. JEAN GREENS BEAUTY SHOP Main Street Coalporl For Appointment Phone 672-5331 NOTICE In The Matter of Estate of Henry Wilks, Late of Decatur Township, Clear- field County, Pennsylvania. Letters Testamentary In the above es- tate havina been aranted to the under- signed by the Register of Wills of Clear- field County, all persons indebted to the said Estate are required tc make pay- ment, and those having claims or de- mands against the said Estate are re- quired to present and make the same known, without delay, to EMMA WILKS, R, D.. Osceoia Mills, Penna., Executrix or BAIRD, McCAMLEY MILLER, Attor neys tt Law, Philipsburg, Pennsylvania. o-l B-b 9224 SIZES 10-18 GOOD PLACES TO GOOD PLACES TO Storm Storm Windows 20 YEAR GUARANTEE ROBERT HELMER Phone Philipsburg 342-3064 Closed ALL DAY Thanksgiving! -----DELICIOUS FOOD AT ITS BEST! PRIVATE DINING ROOM SANDWICHES LUNCHES DINNERS PIZZA SPECIAL FRIDAY FISH FRY ALSO TAKE OUT SERVICE E. Market St. TOWNE TAVERN CLEARFIELD Take a train, plane, car or bus but be sure to wear fhis overblouse dress if you want to look smart oa arrival. Sew it in wool or crepe. Printed Pattern 9224: Misses' Sires 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 requires 3'i yards 39-inch fabric FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Marian Martin, Clear- field, Pa Progress, 458, Pat- tern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Do not mail to The Progress Clearfield Office. FREE PATTERN DIRECT TO YOUR DOOP choose it from 300 design ideas in new Fall Winter Pattern Catalog! School, casual, career, dressy styles ail sizes! Send 50 cents. erine Circolo, Bonnie Condon, Alisa Cook, Janis Conrad, Bill Coudriet, Becky Croft, Valerie Daisher, John Dame, Diane Davis, Colleen Dillen, Randy Dillman, Debra Donovan, Patricia Dusch, Diane English, Randy Erhard, Susan Erhard, Martin Evans, Susan Farrell, Kristan Filsinger, Daniel Flegal, Rodney Fletcher, Janet Forcey, Holly Frame. Peggy Fundanish, Daniel Graboski, Peggy Graham, Su- san Graham, Karen Green, Susan Gross, Joseph Hall. Roger Hamm, Susan Has- brouck, Martha Hemphill, Bren- da Henry, Robert Holden, Kath- leen Howe, Jacqueline Howell, Janice Hoyt, Diane Hugar, John Jackson, Joy Jordan, Mark Jordan, Charlotte Jury. Dennis- Karchner, Louis Kassab, Eugene Kitko, Susan Lowell, Deborah Lumadue, Harry Lumadue, Marsha Lu- zier, Cynthia Mann, Lester Mann, Dennis Marino, Donna Mason, Barbara Mellott, Carol Miller, Dennis Miller, Kerry Moore, Larry Morris, Judy Muir, D e n i s e McCloskey, Lynne McFarland, Susan. Mc- Garvey, David Ogden, James Ogden, Ann Olson, Bill Patrick, Linda Peters. Joan Plubell. Roberta Reiddinger, Sharon Robbins, Susie Rogers, Fred Rowden, Bette Rowles, Judy Rowles, Burton Schenk, Carol Schultz, Kathy Shaffer, Judy Shaw, Patsy Sheremeta, Joan Shimmel, Connie Shirey, Karen Smeal, Cathy Smith, Marsha Snyder. Mead Solomon, Kath- leen Spears, Sally Stephenson. Susan Thomas. Susie Venes, Susan Wallace, Delores Waple, Jay Washek, Eunice Welker, Debra Williams, Elaine Wil- liams, Sylvan Williams, Ken- neth Wisor, William Wisor, Anthony. Yankevich, Douglas Yingling, Cathy Young, Randy Young Zebrun. Siudents Receive Honor Cords At Curwensville CURWENSVILLE A list of students who have received Honor Cards for the first six. week grading period at Cur- wensville Joint High School has been released by Principal John E. Boob. In order to receive Honor Cards, students must maintain an average of 90 per cent with no mark below 85 per cent in all subjects meeting three or more times weekly and have no E's in any subject. Students meeting these re- quirements are listed below by class: Seniors: Jean Addleman, Karen Berry, Elizabeth Cam- eron, Richard Horton, Larry Keemer, Mary Lynn Okerlund, Carol Peters, Richard Stadtmil- ler and Reba Tubbs. Juniors: Susan A r d a r y, Cheryl Bloo.m, Gregory C aid- well, Susan Lash, Boyd London, Yvonne Matthews, Patrick Moore, Irene Olosky, Raymond Olson, Patricia Passarelli, Lin- da Peterson, Earl Richards and Janice Shafer, Sophomores: Dorothy Antes, Frances Coledo, M a r c i a Jo Evanko, Lvnn Keiser, Susan Schalk 'and Kathy Strickland. Freshman: Kathleen Barrett, Linda Bloom, Suellen Caldwell, Janice Carfley, Joel Farwell, Karen Harzinski, Dennis Lez- zer, Linda McKee, Linda Nor- ris and Rebecca Norris. Eighth Grade: Becky Am- merman, Steve Billotte, Robert Bonsall, Thomas Gustafson, Creighton Hale, Linda Lininger, David Linsenbjgler, Bridget McNaul, Dennis Mollura, Caro- lyn Neeper, Debra Norris, Sharon Pearcy, Audrey Russell, Carolyn Sandri, Rebecca ..adtmiller, Paula Traister, Cheryl Wetzel, Leslie Wrigles- worth and Martin Whitaker. Seventh Grade: Barbara Arnold, Susan Guglielmi, Janet Hoover, Virginia Lee, Robert Maines Jr., Nancie Matthews, Gary Passarelli, Terry Lee Rlckard, Th e r e s a Rowles, Barbara Walburn and Deborah Wood. Tuesday, Nov. 17, Admissions Mrs. Dale E. Brown, Clear- field Baby Girl Brown, Clearfield Baby Girl Williams, Clearfield Mrs. Forrest Rowles, Olanta Baby Girl Rowles, Olanta William F. Nag'.e, Clearfield Mrs. Mae H. Pelton, Clear- field Melvin L. Buck, LcContes Mills Daniel C. Wrobleski, Madera Mrs. Dudley Lansberry, Wood- land George F. Reed, Curwensville Bonnie K. Duckett, Clearfield Pierce Duck, Clearfield Mrs. Ray Baroni, Clearfield Kenneth G. Bigelow, Clear- field Discharges Mrs. John Vincent Ferguson, Curwerisville Mrs. Clarence Sipes, Hyde William Pusey III, Glen Mrs. Alta Coulter, AUport Mrs. Richard Killen, Clear- field Mrs. George Edward Traister, Curwensville Andrew Swabick, Snow Shoe Martin L. Mease, Houtzdale R. D. Arthur L. Dwyer, Curwens- ville Everett H. Daugherty, Clear- field James E.' Sindy Lee R. D. Lisa M. Hauck, Clearfield Keith E. Keener, Clearfield Riddle, Grampian Jury, Clearfield Two Girls Killed As Car Hits Truck GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) Two girls, both 19, died Tues- day night when their car collid- es with a tractor-trailer at the intersection of Route 30 and a legislative route four miles east of here. Th? accident claimed the lives of Joan Marie Neiderer of Han- over R.D. 4, identified as the driver of the car, and Janet M. McMaster of McSherrystown, a passenger. Authorities said the north- bound car ran onto Route 30 and collided with a westbound tractor-trailer driven by John H. Swords, 35, of Seven Valleys R. D. 1. Swords was unhurt in the crash. THORNS PLUMBING- ilNCE 18' SERVICE ALL OF CARS MAKES M. Guy Stewart, Inc. Mercury Comet Lincoln Continental 500 River Road Clearfleld Russell Stover Candies and HALLMARK CARDS CITY DRUG STORE CURWENSVIU E WE ARE NOW AN OFFICIAL State Inspection Station Come io and Let Us Chech Your Car THOMPSON BUCK 101 Nichols 765 7851 Clearfield General Contract Work SEE ARTHUR ft CECIL RISHEL Telephone 785 4282 CLEAKFIELD WE HAUI GARBAGE. ASHES, RUBBISH BENDER SANITARY SERVICE 765-6891 223 Reed Streei CLEARFIELD BEAHAN'S Complete PET Supplies PA'RK AVENUE SUPPL? 502 Park Ave.- Ph. 765 6577 Cl.EARFIEl.D'8 MOST POPULAR EATING PLACE The Clearfield Diner LOCUST STREET Shoes for All the Family AT LOWER PRICES Brown's Boot Shop Clearfield and Philipsburg IDENTICAL Furniture MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE PHILIPSBURG MAV1AG STORE 118 Pine St Pb. 342 4545 Helmbold Stewart 121 E. Dial Market St: INEWSPAPERif   

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