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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - February 21, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania PAGE SIXTEEN THE PROGRESS, Clearfield, Curwensville, Philipsburg, Moshannon Valley, Pc, Monday, February 21, 1966 St. Patrick's Day Parish Party Planned By Rosary Society PHILIPSBURG - The Altar and Rosary Society of SS. Peter and Paul's Roman Catholic Church held its meeting Feb. 10 and launched plans for a St. Patrick's Day Parish Party. The Rev. Fr. Paul D. Panza, general chairman for the function, discussed the project with, the members and outlined initial plans. No date has been set for the event. Father Panza also told of the continuing changes in the church liturgy which will be going into effect soon. He also talked on the local church expansion program and reported that he was well pleased with the progress being made. William Wilson enteratined during the social hour by show- ing some scenic slides of places and special events. The society heard a report on the Boy Scout breakfast pro gram conducted last Sunday at the church at which 35 scouts were served. Kenneth Maney's promotion to second class scout was also noted. Plans were also formulated for a bake sale Sunday morning, March 6, in the church basement. Mrs, Rembrandt Mayes is chairman. Miss Mary Weist and Miss Elizabeth Straw were elected co-chairmen for the 1966 Yule Bazaar. TIRED KIDNEYS GOT YOU DOWN? Give them a GENTLE lift with BUKETS well-balancta' formula. Getting up nighli, burning/ backache, frequent, scanty flew may warn of functional kidney disorders-"Danger Ahead." Increase and regulalt passage IN 4 DAYS or your 3�c back at any drug counter. NOW at Cowdrlck's and L. F. Widmann, Inc., Clearfield. Duplicate Bridge Club Will Meet Tomorrow Clearfield County Duplicate Bridge Club will resume play tomorrow night at 7:45 o'clock in the New Dimeling Hotel at Clearfield. Last week's winners were: Mrs. Frances Spangler and Mrs. Richard Gilbert, first; Mary Brown and Mrs. Genevieve Smith, second; Mr. and Mrs. Lars Nordstrom of Curwensville, third; and Mrs. Kenneth Shaw and Mrs. C. David Ridgway, fourth. Junior Woman's Club Initiates 7 Members Seven new members were initiated in an impressive candlelight ceremony last Tuesday evening as members of the Clearfield Junior Woman's Club met for their annual tureen dinner in the Community Club-rooms of the Driving Park. Mrs. Robert Beauseigneur, first vice president and membership chairman, assisted by Mrs. Richard Hilleman, Mrs. Lynn Yeager, Mrs. James Mal-loy and Mrs. Fred Lingle, conducted the ceremony. Inducted into the club were Mrs. Shirley Bloom, Mrs. Sally Reed, Mrs. Sam Sigler, Mrs. Robert Thompson and the Misses Karen Gilbert, Sally Ann MacDonald and Karen Riley. Mrs. John Brickley, president, welcomed the members and led the recitation of the Junior Pledge. Miss Carole L u z i e r, pianist, played during the ceremony. Prior to the meeting, Dick Reed presented his humorous chalk talk showing how to draw funny characters from numerals and letters. Mr. Reed's sense of humor sparked his presentation which ended on a serious note as he drew a colored scene and recited the poem, "Home." Upcoming on the calendar is the observance of Junior Woman's Club week set for Feb. 27 to March 5. . As a public service, members during that week will be taking over the duties of hospital snack bar and cart, contributing food and time. Mrs. Yeager and Mrs. Robert McCracken are handling this project. Other activities will include the naming of the club's choice for the Lane Bryant Award for community service and a dance with a buffet lunch for members and guests March 4. Mrs. Robert McNeel conducted the election for the award and Mrs. Hilleman and Mrs. Doyle Jury are handling arrangements for the dance. Mrs. Car'. Wighaman, welfare chairman, said that her committee will be donating bibs, washable slippers and small gifts to the children in the Clearfield Hospital to round out the welfare program for the year. Mrs. Don R. Miller reported that all ways and means projects are now under way with the selection of Mrs. Lingle as chairman of the Children's Theatre. Mrs. Lingle said the show will be held April 30 in St. Francis School Auditorium with Miss Sylvia Breth as director. Mrs. Roy Anderson, chairman, announced that "Fashions A-Go-Go," the annual spring fashion show, will be held Aoril 28 in the Clearfield Area High School Auditorium. Tickets will go on sale next month. Miss Kay Coder reported 19 vacations for the auction Which will be held sometime in March. Resorts all over the United States have been contacted to contribute vacations to the club to be auctioned off to the highest bidder. The Easter project with Mrs. Roger Adam as chairman is moving toward completion. Mrs;. Adam asked that all tick- ets and money be returned next week. The winner will be announced March 1 at 2 p. m. in Brody's Store. Mrs. Brickley said that the training session for those girls working on the eye screening tests for pre-school children will be conducted by the Junior Women through the Pennsylvania Association for the Blind at Bigler and Clearfield during March. Mrs. Lingle, program chairman, asked that members report to the Clearfield County Museum at 7:30 p. m. for the March 15 meeting. Mrs. Anderson was in charge of the social committee. Guests included Mrs. Ronald Foreman and Mrs. David Daugherty. Democrats To Meet WOODLAND - The Bradford Township Democratic Club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the Woodland School Auditorium. Officers will be elected and details for a membership drive will be discussedl. All candidates and interested citizens are invited to attend. Refreshments will be served. Flans Announced for free Orchid Show at PSU UNIVERSITY PARK -Plans were announced for a two-day free orchid show at The Pennsylvania State University March 12 and 13. The Central Pennsylvania Orchid Society said that its second annual competition will be held in cooperation with the Horticulture Department of the University at the Nittany Lion Inn on the University Campus. "Orchid Maigic" is the show theme. Clarence Savko, show chairman, announced that 41 categories of entries will be accepted in three classes of competition: open, amateur, and special open. There will be opportunities to exhibit individual plants, groups of plants arranged for effect, cut flowers, arrangements, corsages, prints, paintings and educational materials all pertaining to orchids. An additional feature of the show will be an information booth and a sale table featuring orchids as well as a variety of decorative house plants and supplies. Exhibitors will set up their entries on March 11 for judging that evening, and the show will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 10 p. m. Saturday, March 12, and from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday, March 13. There are no admission fees to the public and no entry fees for exhibitors. Anyone may enter the competition who complies with the rules and regulations published in the show brochure. In addition to first, second and third place ribbons in each class, there will be 10 silver "Special Show Awards." Brochures, entry blanks and further information may be obtained from the, show chair, man, Clarence Savko, 1827 Waddle Road, State College, Pa. 16801. FRIGID AIRE APPLIANCES RCA TV & FURNITURE HURWITZ FURNITURE Rear, Frigidaire Laundry Ph. 342 0820 Philipsburg The Following Philipsburg Merchants Celebrates Tomorrow With A Big PARSKY'S IN PHILIPSBURG BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPT. SHIP'N SHORE BLOUSES Values to 5.98 $1.88-$2.88-$3.88 MEN'S BIG YANK PANTS One Group at $2.92 BIG-YANK SHIRTS $2.22 LADIES' DRESSES $2, $3, $4, $5 to $8 LADIES' SUITS $8, $10, $12 to $15 BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS $1.22 LADIES' RAIN COATS $8.88 Boys' CORDUROY PANTS $2.32 - $3.42 Large Group Ladies' SHOES $2.00 pr. BOYS' HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS $1.22, $1.44, $1.66 LADIES' SKIRTS $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3 BOYS' PANTS $1.77 GIRLS' DRESSES $1.22, $1.50, $2 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS $2.22 LADIES' WINTER COATS REDUCED! Men's SUITS Values to 49.50 $22.00 GIRLS' WINTER'COATS $6, $7, $9, $10 PARSKY'S Next to Passmore HOTEL Spruce Street PHILIPSBURG FASHION SHOPPE Melissa F. Crawshaw DRESSES $5.22 7.22 9.22 11.22 15.22 Table of ODDS and ENDS $1.22 SLACKS and SKIRTS .....$4.22 ALL SALES CASH & FINAL WATCH PHILIPSBURG MERCHANTS! BIG THINGS ARE SOON TO HAPPEN! Sears Roebuck Co. PHILIPSBURG EVERY APPLIANCE ON FLOOR DISPLAY REDUCED! Monday & Tuesday, Feb. 21-22 ONLY Open EVERY Monday 9 a. m. TO 9 p. m. Shop Sears Philipsburg FOR APPLIANCES AT PRICES! SPECIALS! CONTOUR With Any Living Room LOUNGE CHAIR $ 22 00 MATCHED SET BOX SPRING & MATTRESS With Any Bed Room $ 00 RUG PADDING sq-yd. With Any Carpet Order 12 Sq. Yds. or More PHILIPSBURG HOLD THAT TIGER! GRANTS IN PHILIPSBURG WAS WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY BIG BUYS FOR YOU I DON'T BE LEFT OUT First Come - First Served FRESH FRUIT CHERRY PIES Limit 2 Per Cust. 22 ea. ONLY ONE Foam Filled Cushion MAPLE CHAIR Reg. 49.95 $22 22 \njs�gt(is births SPECIALS! COMBINATION " RECORD PLAYER and RADIO ONLY ONE Foam Filled Cushion DANISH CHAIR Reg. 29.99 $18 22 ONLY ONE 22 INCH, 3 H. P. POWER MOWER Reg. 69.95 Was 29.95 Tomorrow $ 00 $2922 G-E BEDROOM CLOCK Lighted Dial - Was $6.95 $495 Tomorrow 4 ONLY 4-Spccd Portable Transistor STEREO PHONOS 2 Speakers - Automatic Shut Off 45 rpm Spindle Included Reg. 59.95 � ^ pi 4%�% SALE LIMITED QUANTITY SNOW TIRES '1522 7.75x15 (Reg. 17.99) 8.15x15 (Reg. 18.95) 8.45x15 (Reg. 21.99) 8.25x14 (Reg. 19.99) ONE ONLY PORTABLE (Reg. 16.95) RECORD PLAYER............... Sale Q W. T. GRANT CO. PHILIPSBURG STORE ONLY 97 PIECE TABLE ENSEMBLE FLAMESTONE STAINLESS DINNERWARE 10-Cups, Electric Percolator 2-Slice Electric Pop-up Toaster Tomorrow All For...... $ m 39 95 BEST JEWELERS Area's Leading Credit Jewelers Philipsburg & Clearfield Yl&SHIHGTOi:'3 BIRTHDAY TEK TOOTH BRUSH Reg. 69c Tomorrow Only EA. G-E Auto Seal BEAMS 12-voit r c EA. TIRE RE-CAPS All Sizes $066 WESTERN AUTO" 97 126 N. Front St. Phone 342-3040 PHILIPSBURG SPECIALS! 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