Huntingdon Daily News, May 25, 1957, Page 2

Huntingdon Daily News

May 25, 1957

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Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1957, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PAV SATURDAY MAY 25 1957 MidYear Report Shows Work Of Cancer Society PLANS ARE GIVEN A service program for cancer patients is a vital part of the work of the Huntingdon County Un it of the American Cancer Society The mid year activities report issued today by the cancer so ciety revealed that cancer dressings were given to patients from September 1 to March 1 Dressings that otherwise might cost a family hundreds of dollars were given free of charge to 17 reported Helen C Scriever county captain and ad ministrative officer Cancer patients require many kinds of dressings and large num bers of them The American Can cer Society is able to produce these dressings for less than two cents each because they are made by volunteers who sew and pack the materials to medical specifi Mrs Scriever reported Mrs Scriever said that white goods used for dressings are do nated by local residents to the Huntingdon County Unit Three groups of women meet once a week throughout the year to make them The following women help with the Mount Union Airs Kit Long Mrs Darthea Bar dine Mrs Jean DeVecchis Mrs Dorothy Smyers Mrs June Fleck Mrs Mary Clark Mrs Jean Price Mrs Micheline Giacobello Mrs Florence Bodnar Mrs Adelaide Bealman Mrs Agnes Evans Mrs Florence Hudson Mrs Martha Ka linowski Mrs Pauline Mills Mrs Mary Puchalla and Mrs Jean Reeder Shirleysburg Mrs John Fogal Mrs Oliver Grove Mrs Ray McKehen Mrs Horace My ers Mrs Theodore Shiver Mrs Elmer Harper Mrs Dave Ror er Mrs Ralph Leonard Mrs Thomas Fields Mrs Alfred Vaughn Mrs Woodruff Mrs John Holder and Mrs Bruce Snyder Mother and Daughter Missionaries of the Otelia Mennonite Church Sadie Hartzler Leona Taylor Lou ise Taylor Essie Strausser Mrs Hocker Mrs Kester Lucy Mae Yoder and Mary Ann Payne Mrs Edward Mills is chairman of the dressings group If it were possible to put a dollars and cents value on all volunteer work Im sure the figure would be extreme ly Mrs Scriever declared Dressings are supplied without cost to any cancer patient request ing them Mrs Scriever reported thatthe service program lessened the econ omic burden of cancer in 32 homes where needy patients received 148 State Public Health nurse service calls Comforting articles from our loan closet aided 11 patients and la patients who could not afford medications received them through the Huntingdon County Unit Mrs Scriever declared During the six months the unit spent on service activities MOTEL 22 RESTAURANT DINING ROOM fit 22 between Huntingdon and Mount Union BREAKFASTS LUNCHEONS Full Course Dinners Dine In a cheerful atmosphere AIR CONDITIONED Reservations for Private Parties Banquets 250 Capacity Open 7 Days a Week Phone Mount Union 9191 and on Us public educa tion program This is 28 per cent of the funds raised by the Cancer Society A total of dressings were provided to patients and visiting nurse calls were made on patients County Farmers Advised To Harvest Early Huntingdon County farmers should plan to harvest forage crops early this year says county agent Harold L Lockhoff Only by early harvest can high quality forage be obtained Harvest orchard grass when the first seed heads emerge and be fore it blooms Most first cut ting forage of hay or silage can be cut the last week of May or the first week of June Lockhoff de clared Du Puits alfalfa is earlier than other recommended varieties of alfalfa To determine when it is ready to cut pull out some stems at various places in the field The stems will break at the crown when pulled If the new or second crop shoots at the base of the stem are Vt inch long the crop should be harvested If weather is suitable make hay Lockhoff continues Some farmers made grass silage during the only good hay making weather in 1956 The good hay making weather came during the early first crop harvest last year Grass silage can toe made satisfactorily when weather is not suitable for hay cur ing LATE SPRING IS BAD TIME TO SEED LAWNS Avoid seeding new lawns late in the spring advised county agent Harold L Lockhoff He says it is impossible for desirable per manent turf grass to produce more than a shallow rooted seedling plant before the hot dry weather These seedling plants cannol compete with the annual weeds which thrive in the heat of the summer Most of the seedling per manent grass plants are killed by the hot dry weather and the area must be reseeded in the late sum mer At this season of the year it would be more desirable to seed a temporary grass such as domes tic ryegrass Lockhoff declared This can be destroyed in mid August and the lawn area prepar ed for seeding permanent grass early in September Grass seeded early hi Septem ber will develop a strong plant be fore winter and by the following summer the grass plants will have deep roots and be mature enough to withstand the hot dry weather If properly fertilized at seeding tune and in late April the turJ should be dense enough to resist annual weeds Lockhoff adds AYRSHIRE BOUGHT BY COUNTY FARMER Continued From First Page of the DAR GAR Gold Star Mothers VFW Auxiliary and Cgion Auxiliary The SmithfiekUJuniata Joint 3anti underthe direction of Nel ison Griffith will head the next division followed by the Hunt ingdon Army Reserve unit the Boy Scouts Girl Scouts fire companies schoolchildren other interested groups and Huntingdon Housemen The program at the cemetery scheduled to open at 11 a m The Huntingdon High Band will Jlay the Star Spangled Banner ollowed by pledge to the flag The invocation will be given by the Rev Clyde G Minor The H H S Brass Ensemble will present a musical selection and Assemblyman Snare will intro duce Mr Bottlger as the main speaker The presentation of floral trib utes will be made by the1 follow ing units DAR GAR Gold Star Mothers American Legion Aux iliary VFW Auxiliary VFW Le gion 40 et 8 and Jewish War Veterans Mr Minor will give the bene diction which will be followed by the salute to the dead by the service unit and Taps The Gold Star Mothers will hold a brief memorial service ai the monument at the Hunting don County Courthouse immedi ately after the ceremony at the Mrs Ruth Baker president of the organization will preside Chairman Hammers today urged all Huntingdon residents to display the national colors on Memorial Day particularly along the parade route aud in the business district lollar purchase during the month the state attained 34 per tent or over 143 million dollars towaard its 421 million dollar quota for the year Pennsylvania again leads such outstanding industrial states as llinols Ohio Michigan nnd In diana in percentage of quota at ained for 1957 Charles S Krumrine state shairman U S Savings Bonds Division for Pennsylvania de clared that buying savings xnds helps the whole economy as well as that of the individual Today the United States Savings Bonds program is an in tegral part of American life in every community of our said Krumrine The new improved 3V4 per Series E and H Bono now offered by the Treasury should increase each citizens aware ness that very definitely a part of his savings belongs in U S Savings he concluded COMMENCEMENT WORK ON DORM Continued From First Page lathers for Gulp Brothers of Kingston who have been award ed the plastering contract The plastering is now underway ai the building Herrold explained that only three sets of exterior steps re main to be completed on the outside of the building All the are in he stated The Hayes Biker Painting and Decorating Company ol Huntingdon has seven workmen on the job on College Hill paint ing the interior walls and the cabinets Most of the electrical work been completed on the job by the Lewistown Electrics Company The Sheilenberger Company of Huntingdon plumb ing contractor also is on the job at the present time Herrold predicted today that the construction job will be conxpleted on schedule The new rfoim w21 house 120 women and wfll also be the lo cation of a cafeteria that will seat 216 Juniata College secur ed a federal loan for the project James Dallard of Hesston R recently made an initial pur chase of one registered Ayr shire according to the Ayrshire Breeders Association executive secretary Chester C Putney Gf Brandon Vt The transaction was recorded in the national office of the Ayrshire Breeders Association in Brandon where complete rec ords on all registered Ayr shires in the United States have bcea maintained since 1875 Because of ability to produce at a low cost an abund ance of milk with an average butterfat test of the Ayr shire breed of dairy cattle has become increasingly popular with dairymen throughout the country A Complete Selection In Our Basement GARDEN SHOP Llbyd formerly Corcelius Hardware IIITO NEW SUMMER POLICY Beginning Monday June 3 OPEN AT p m SHOWS AT 8 and 10 p m Saturday Shows Remain The Same Continuous From 2 P M We Believe This Summer Policy Will Be Better For All Our Patrons Who En joy Working In The Gar den Etc You Can Come As Late As 10 P M And See A Complete Show NEW SUMMER POLICY HUNTINGDON Drive In Theatre Phone 1643 Last Time Tonight Blackboard Jungle Glenn Ford BACKLASH Richard Widmark Donna Reed Coming Sunday The Iron Petticoat also The Outcasts Of Poker Flat BOND SALES Continued From First Page held la Oiler Hall at m Monday June 3 with Har old Boeschenstein president of OwensComing Fiberglab as speaker O Vannort Engineering Com pany consulting engineer for Valley Rural Denton will dis cuss Valley Rurals system improvement prograrti which is now under way The en tire system is being heavied up to meet the demand for more electrical service Denton will arrive in Gaines ville on June 2 and will spend several days there with his son Continued From First Page 1902 1907 1917 and 1956 have been scheduled for Hotel Penn Hunt in Huntingdon Saturday nights program be ginning at in Oiler Hall wil include a senior recital of The Firstborn by Christopher Fry directed by Miss Esther 11 Doyle and the traditional candle light ing and mantle ceremonies Two alumni sports events are slated for Saturday with the alumni golf tournament at 9 a m at the Huntingdon Country Club and the alumnivarsity basebal game at 2 p m on College Field President Calvert N Ellis wil address the class at Baccalau reate services in Oiler Hall at a m Sunday Senior step singing at p m will be fol lowed by vespers on Round Top The Rev George L Detwiler Waynesboro will be the alumni speaker at vespers The Commencement Chorus under the direction of ald S Johnson will present Its program in Oiler Hall at p m Sunday Commencement exercises will after commencement Ou his return trip Denton will visit his 96yearold mother Mrs Emma Denton at Green ville S C JAMES DENTON Denton will return to ingdon on June 9 Continued From First Page Hunt Alexandria Man At 60th Class Reunion William S Baker well known Alexandria coal jobber is in la diana today attending the 60th reunion of his clrss Mr Baker was graduated from Indiana State Normal School in the Class of 1897 A survey shows that only 25 members of the class ere still alive Ten members of the Class of 1897 were scheduled to be at the reuunion today Mr Bakpr is one of two males from the class at toaays reuiwon The Alexandria man was out standing as a trackman He re calls that he was introduced to the school sports program In a rather unusual manner Baker without even training for track was placed on the team at a meet when Indiana failed to field a full team Bak er was outstanding winning seven first place ribbons for the day and carving out a place for himself in the schools sports history Srveral the records he set that day are still standing at Indiana according to Baker Its interesting to that Baker did train for teanu events on that red letter day but vas too busy with the run nlng events to compete people each VACATION from their Ford Dftalw You can too Kenneth Anderson Knob Road R D 1 Brownsville Pa Clara bole Montgomery Drive K D Wexford Pa Frank Insurance Agency WllUamsburg Pa Phone Williamsbnrg 108 or Warriors Mark 22R2 NOTICE to the Residents of the Lincoln Marklesburg Boro Penn Twp Areas The Coin Cards distributed by the MARKLESBURG Volunteer Fire Co in February shall be due for collection beginning May 27 1957 Please have your Cards ready svhen Firemen call at your residence Yjar contributions shall be much appreciated Benefit Truck Fmd Ways Means Committee REALITY THEATRE ROBERTSDALE LAST TIME TONIGHT THE GIRL HE LEFT BEHIND with Tab Hunter and Natalie Wood SAFARI with Victor Mature and Janet Lelgfc Filmed In Color and Showing Sunday and Monday RIO GRANDE Starring John Wayne and Maureen VHara TODAYI Continuous From 2 FEATURES i Rnndolph SCOTT HORSESENSE There are times when it is just plain HORSESENSE to borrow If you have some old bills that are injuring your credit standing if you face an emergency that calls for cash call on us Friendly loans up to Huntingdon County Thrift Corporation 509 Penn St Phone 7 Huntingdon 15 S Jefferson St Phone 9 Mount Union ALDO RflY BRIAN KEITH ANNE BANCROfT See Thta At Sea This At Added Color Cartoon Last Complete Show At Harris CLIFTON Theatre MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Honor the Memory OF YOUR Departed Loved Ones ON MAY THE 30th THE DAILY NEWS WILL PUBLISH A SPECIAL IN MEMORIAM IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION Sample Listings Memorial Tribute Charge Will Be Only For Listings as Follows JONES In Xoving Memory of the late John L Jones husband of Mary Jones of 1234 North Who passed away June 7 1950 GREEN In Loving Memory of the Green wife and mother of Harry L and Sarah Green of 5678 South Street Clearfield Who passed away June 7 1950 Extra verse or poem listed here If desired if SMITH In LovingMemory of our son and brother Cpl David A Smith Co A 314 Inf 79th Division killed in action In France August IS 1943 May Smith Family 9182 West Street Clearfield Any additional verse or sentence may be included at the cost of 5o per line ALL EN MEMORIALS PAT ABLE IN ADVANCE OF PUBLICATION DATE Nothing fe more fitting or of greater fo the one who has passed on to that bourne from which traveler returns than an In Memoriam notice It Is a beautiful gesture of love and devotion to memory of mother father wife husband daagntw son or those beyond iiie immediate family circle faithful friends and Ida In the of rendering a helpful service la those who desire to run appropriate In Memoriam for Memorial Day we will publish on Tuesday Slay 80th special feature of Memorial Day Re The names of each fallen Veteran will be preceded by Notation will be made of his rank and organization in which he served as indicated in the sample listings the left Closing Date Tuesday May 28th If it is convenient for you call at THE DAILY NEWS Office please do so have many appropriate verses to used For those who wish to use the form below do so today You may use your own verse or wording if you wish Use This Form Please print the following memorial on your Special Memorial Day Page to be published May 30th Instructions Fill in form completely In order to avoid errors please print Last Name In memory of the late Full Name of State Relationship Name of Give Street Address who passed away Give Town Give Date If Veteran list Rank Organization Signed Your Address AH In Memortanu payable in advance Remember dosing Date Tuesday May Send It Today A friendly staff member will be happy to help you with your Memorial Notice or answer any questions just Huntingdon 730 Mount Union 52ft The Daily News WANTAD DEPARTMENT Phones Huntingdon 730 Mount Union 528 Offices Open A M to P M ;