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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - February 21, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Bf oodmobffe Sponsors 7fcanfc Blood Donors PHILIPSBURG - Members of the Philipsburg State General Hospital Alumnae Association, at their February meeting in the Nurses' Home, extended a warm thanks to all persons who gave blood and who helped in any manner to make the recent bloodmobile visit a success. A contribution was voted to the American Heart Associa tion. Mrs. Barbara Cartwright. president, conducted the meet ing. Refreshments were served by the officers. Clearfield Hospital News Blood furnished the Clearfield Hospital through the Red Cross Bloodmobile program between Jan. 1 and Feb. 20 totals 80 pints. Pints used Saturday and Sunday: 0. Hello, World! An 8-pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Norman P. Levin of Clearfield, Saturday, Feb. 19, at 5:38 p. m. in the Clearfield Hospital. The mother is the former Nancy Seiner. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Poole of Curwensville are the parents of a 7-pound,s 4-ounce boy born Saturday, Feb. 19, at 9:06 a.m in the Clearfield Hospital. The mother is the former Sara Jane Puit. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore E. White of Mahaffey announce the birth of a 7-pound, 14-ounce boy born Saturday, Feb. 19, at 10:38 p. m. in the Clearfield Hospital. Mrs. White is the former Del phine Stiffler. Sell unwanted items with Progress Classified Ad. -RAMBLER- Richard Lodico Motors 420 Daisy St. -Phone 765-6557 REPLACEMENT WHEELS IS" $5.98-14" $6.49 DEAN PHIPPS STORES 232 E. Market St. Clearfield WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CARS M. Guy Stewart, Inc. Mercury - Comet Lincoln Continental 5M River Road Clearfield Fort omplete Car Service Look To D0TTS MOTOR CO. Clearfield Market Street Snack Bar Donor - Miss Alice Bilgcr. Cart - Alice Jancus. Television - Jeanne Stone, Jeanne Newton. Saturday, Feb. 19, 1966 Admissions Mrs. Theodore While, Mahaffey Mrs. William Toole, Curwensville R. D. Terry L. Swanson, Clearfield Baby Boy Poole, Curwensville R. D. Scott L. Mitchell, Clearfield Clyde Miller, Mahaffey It.D. Mrs. John Pearce, Hyde William L. Harzinsky, Cur wensville William W. Rankin Sr., Clear field Terrence McCully, Lakewood, Ohio Mrs. Norman P. Levin, Clearfield R. D. Baby Boy Levin, Clearfield R. D. William J. Bauer, Woodland Shelly Lanager, Clearfield Baby Boy White, Mahaffey D. Edward Houser, Clearfield Discharges Mrs. Raymond Martell, Clear field R. D. Carleton S h i r e y, LeContes Mills Chance Rowles, Clearfield, Expired John H. Whaling Clearfield R. D. Gerald L. Sample, Curwensville Robert Smith Jr., Hyde Thomas J. Folmar, Kerrmoor Mrs. Gerald Robison, Grampian James A. Guthrie, Mineral Springs Elaine A. Newton, Clearfield George Williams Jr., Woodland Mrs. Ida P. Bartley, Clearfield R. D. Harry D. Rowles, Clearfield R. D. Gerald H. Shipley, Shawyille Dale Sillyman, Clearfield Harry C. Spade, Clearfield .TON GMC SALES CLEARFIELD McCREARY TIRES "WHERE TO BUY THEM* BARRETT TIRE SERVICE Phone 236-2761 Curwensville OPEN! 25c COIN OP Car & Truck WASH Located rear Hurwitz Frigidaire Laundry & Dry Cleaning Center Rt. 322, Pleasant Hill PHILIPSBURG Open 9 to 9 Daily Sunday, Feb. 20, 1966 'Admissions Mrs. Sylvia Johnson, Curwensville Douglas O'Dell, Clearfield Philip S. Young, Mineral Springs Mrs. Betty L. Johnson, Clearfield Mrs. Mabel Ogden, Clearfield R. D. 1 Mrs. Margaret E. Graham, Williamsport Mrs. Faye O. Fontenoy, Clearfield McKENZIE TIRE SERVICE 765.6503 507 Nichols St. Clearfield LUBRICATION-IS As Important as Fill-Ups Make Your Next One SUNOCO I JURY'S SERVICE STATION 10 S. 3rd St. Phone 765-3731I v to/ ! With DAIRY PRODUCTS i For the enchanting combination of mealtime goodness and sound nutrition - Serve our fresh, delicious Dairy Foods at every meal! Clearfield DAIRY Reed Street Phone 765-6515 MAYTAG- World Leader in Laundry Equipment Since 1922 Automatic & Conventional WASHERS and DRYERS WE GIVE TV STAMPS Why Not Buy the Best For Less Terms to Suit Your Budget SPENCER HARDWARE Ph. 236-2670, Grampian Joy M. Williams, Curwensville R. D. Edward F. Johnson, Grampian Ricky Lee Dillon, Munson Richard R. Bennett, Curwensville Elizabeth N. Wilsoncroft, Clearfield James S. Gillen Sr., Olanta Thomas Girardi, Curwensville Louella Hull, Glen Richey Mrs. Thelma Korb, West Decatur R. D. Discharges Mrs. Shirley G. Freeman, Clearfield Haven F. Baer, Clearfield Merlin L. McCorkle, Clearfield Edgar H. Schnarrs, Philipsburg R. D. 1. Mrs. Delia B. Graham, Clearfield R. D. 2. Torrence McCully, Lakewood, Ohio Mrs. Linda J. Morrison, Clearfield Mrs. Chloie J. Schlicking, Clearfield Mrs. Jack A. Aughenbaugh, Clearfield R. D. 1. Baby Girl Aughenbaugh, Clearfield R. D. Mrs. John R. Sankey, Clearfield R. D. Baby Girl Sankey, Clearfield R. D. 2. Linda D. Hullihen, Clearfield R. D. 1. ' Girl Scout News Troop 62, of Centre held a Valentine Tea for mothers. The girls served tea, cookies and sandwiches and made corsages for the mothers and decorated the tea table. An announcement was made of the Girl Scout Cookie Sale from Feb. 19 to| Feb. 26. LuAnn Hack, scribe I Sell unwanted items with a | Progress Classified Ad. Classified Ads Bring Results. 1 DAY ONLY (TUESDAY) 9:30 to 5 IN CURWENSVILLE WOMEN'S KNIT JERSEY DRESSES 2" COMP. TO 4.99 VALUES HISTORIC DATE Jumbo Size Women's ^ BATH FOLDING TOWELS SLIPPERS Reg, 1.00 Value LEATHER SOLE Reg. 1.00 Value Houseware Wild Bird PLASTICS � FEEDERS^ Comp. to 1.00 Reg. l.OOValur 37' 47c Utility Pan Wood Type Dish Pan Colander Easy to Assemble j BUY YARDS AND YARDS! MILL END COTTON PRINTS 49c to 69c Values SHREDDED FOAM 1 lb bag SALE OF LEFTOVERS Broken Sizes - Counter Sold Merchandise | REDUCED AS MUCH AS............ # m A TERRIFIC BUY FOR THE GUY THAT LIKES TO TINKER. CABINETS AND PARTS WORTH CONSIDERABLY MORE I ON SALE AS THEY ARE IN CURWENSVILLE 1 DAY ONLY (TUESDAY) WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY DEPENDABLE AUTOMATIC WASHER $170 WITH MINI-BASKET I # W CLOTHES DRYER REG. $219.95 179 14 CU. FT. 2 DOOR REFRIGERATOR FREEZER WITH SELF DEFROSTING REFRIGERATOR Reg. $325 229 REG. $229.95 RANGE '189 FOOD FREEZER 400 LB. $170 CAPACITY | g W 16" PORTABLE TV $99 FULL CONSOLE 23" Full Console TV $179 AND FM STEREO RADIO REG. 319.00 6 Speaker with AM/FM STEREO HI-FI SAVE $60 ELECTRIC IRON .... 7.97 8 Transistor Radio.. 8.97 Portable Mixer - 8.97
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