Huntingdon Daily News, May 25, 1957, Page 7

Huntingdon Daily News

May 25, 1957

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Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1957, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania THE DAILY HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION SATURDAY MAY 25 195T fAGl SEVEN SOCIETY AND CLUB NEWS Alliance Pastor And Wife Attend General Council The Rev and L Rogers returned this week from 60th annual general council Intermediate Scoucs at flyinglip nt the Christian and Missionary ceremonies held Tuesday aftor noon May 22 at theihome of the leader Mrs Marlin Botliger e e oer ee Tne wings were presented to Sates from the United States and eacn Brownie who in turn re Alliance held in Charlotte North Carolina There were over dele Canada and missionaries from nearly al1 of lh mission fields which was one of the largest ever hold Ccuicil oppnod Siam from President Eisenhow er sending greetings and Goas blessing on the council Business session were helj each day with devotional ser vices in which outstanding man ot the society brought inspira tional messages Dr J Sedlow Bazter author and Bible teacher of England spoke in three of these services The Rev LcVanThia presi dent of the Evangelical Church spoke through an of Viet Mitcrpretcr at one of the eve Iing services At the Ladies Missionary Prayer Band Rally Mrs Lloyd Van Stone the first white wwn zm to enter the Kahon Valley worldfamed ShangriLa was the speaker On Sunday over 100 nrissioii aries dressed in native cos lumt through the streets of Charlotte with the high school band The television ttalicn in Char lotte presented a film on Sun day The White Man Comes to ShangriLp which was also pub lished in the February issue of Readers Digest The council closed on Mon nay with the annual election of officers Dr H L Turner was elected president tc serve far a term of three years This is his term The girls invested were Pam dee Aiuie Bolligcr DsTlene Kay Corcelius Marilyn Feagley Jeanriine Hoffman Deborah Kann Linda Kann Patricia Xy lor Susan Diane Mark Nancy orean OByrne Judith Quinn Noreen Sellers and Linda Shade The troop leader is Mrs Bot tiger and the assistant is Mrs Mahlon Kann Members of the troop committee are Mrs Jamus Hoffman Mrs Miriam Sellers and Mrs John Kylor second Wedding Anniversaries May 25 1357 Mr and Mrs Otis Shingler of Orbisoma are celebrating their anniversary today Mr and Mrs Robert L Brenne man of Huntingdon R D are observing their eleventh wedding anniversary today CALENDAR Saturday May 2S rne Odd FeUows will hold a snCm service In honor of the late W JIo0re Street M aionday May 27 Stone Post Grange Tbe Mount Club Union the 4 H Ol the n mS S d Wl be held a P m In the Calvin hoolhouse Junlata Valley Football Mothers will 12 Brownies Of Smithfield Troop Are Invested Twelve Brownies of Troop 25 n Smitbfield were invested as the most enjoyable exper she had during her years as a Brownie Each girl recited the Girl out Promise and then received her Trefoil Pin The ceremony closed with the repeating of the Girl Scout Laws aad the singing of the promise song After a brief business meet ing the girls celebrated the fly ingup with a party They sandwiches ice cream cookies had and FellowshipClass Holds Meeting The Fellowship Class of the Burnt Methodist Chmch met in the home of Mrs Lola Watters on Friday evening May 17 The topic for the meeting was Mothers Day In opening the meeting the president Mrs Lola Watters read the call to worship Mrs Goldie Doney read the Scripture Jesson from Luke I and Tributes to Mothers were read by all Readings were given as fol lows A Mothers Prayer Mrs Anne Okenson I Remember Mrs Beulah Truax Dearest Mother Mrs Naomi Carbaugh My Mothers Prayer Mrs Beryl Watters A song Be yond the Sunset was sung After brief business transac tions s social hour was and the hostesses Mrs Watters and Mrs Larue served refresh Mrs Beryl Watters Mrs held Lola Wat refreshments to alters Mrs Beu lah Tvuax Mrs NaomiCar rcaugh Mrs Mayme Miller Grace Houck Mrs Mar ion Parks Mrs Anne Okenson Mrs Ruth McDaineH Mrs Goldie Watters Miss Mary Ros enberry Mrs Goldie Doney Judy and Margaret Wallers wv otLcttL f jn aiiu IlrtJ kltfliil WaiLCTS P m Members are urged to attend Mrs Larue Walters Mrs Lola The meeting was closed with Nazarene College Miss Doris Lee Brown of Three Springs will receive Ihf bachelor of science degree in ele mentary educalion al Ihe annual ta The Womens Democratic Club win meet In the county library at 8 p m Counly Guidance l will meet at p m In the nh Church TOe Robert K Nace will speak of traveled college Springs Campus Belle MARTHA SUE FLEMING Martha Sue Flemingof Huntingdon is among the seniors al Ihe Pennsylvania Stale Universily chosen as Campus Belle for Ihe 1957 La Vie senior class annual which was published this week She is a home economics studenl and is the daughter of Mr and Mrs S D Fleming of 518 Ghurch Street Hunlingdon Receive Nursing Diplomas Lutheran Womens Society Meets In Mount Union The Womens Missionary Socie ty of the Mount Union Lutheran Church met in the social room on Wednesday evening May 22 to discuss the May topic entitled World Lutherans Welcome to Am erica Mrs Ralph G Adams presented the topic in the form of a panel discussion with other members of the society assisting her The members learned of the plans be ing made for the 700 delegates to the Lutheran World Federation meeting in Minneapolis in August These delegates will come from Lutheran Churches all over the world Following the interesting topic discussion there was a short bus iness meeting at which Mrs J Frank Mattern presided The bus iness session wasclosed with the entire group repeating the mis sionary benediction Following the missionary meet ing there was a short business session of the Ladies Bible Class after which both groups were in vited to join in a delightful social hour Dainty refreshments were served from a beautifully appoint ed table by the cohostesses Mrs Charles N Neusbaum and Mrs J Frank Mattern Mrs Carl H Greenawald wife of the Lutheran pastor was invited to preside at the coffee service Also present at the were Mrs Ethel Weyant Mrs Clark Harshbarger Mrs Earl Ry der Miss Angeline Parchey Mrs Lucy Knox and Mrs Ralph Ad ams ROSALIE BEAQHY SYBIL HAMILTON Two Huntingdon area girls Misses Sybil Ruth Hamilton and Rosalie Esther Beachy were graduated from the Lancaster General Hospital School of Nursing last week Sybil is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hamilton of James Creek and Rosalie is a daughter of Mr and Mrs S Homer Beachy of Hesston R D Both girls were graduated from Huntingdon High School in Ihe class of 1954 They plan lo remain at Lancaster Gen eral Hospilal as general slaff nurses Altending the commencement activities held in the John Piersal McCaskey High School auditorium were MX and Mrs cHamilton House Mrs Beachy and Ruth Parish District Governor Is Guest At Woodcock Valley Lions Meeting Sovrllr Robert Remarks were heard from the bestudied for Ihi year h ld el tV TI May 23 S Fairgrounds June 1315 tc tended i the meeting who President Paul and has Corcelius He presented a chal pait of lenging message telling some of a member the things one sees when be lan ls representing the longing to a Lions Clrb Miss Margaret Gilliland Calhy Ward stressed using your fvom OlfaiSome of the reasons whv one is belones to a include help SJld Mrs in fortunate and TR n e orunae and Raymond B Brown of Three offering service for those who Pas Noble Grands of 1 Delia the TenderCrust BREAD serve Ihe greatesl He was sponsored by Lion Eu gene Yoder i t a Vxdiniuil most become the The meeting ended with the wait and Mrs Joseph Del as host singing of God Bless America The next meeting will be a ground on June 12 DAY BIGGEST ASSORTMENT CEMETERY WREATHS and SPRAYS IN TOWN Priced from up Specially made to stand any kind of weather HOT SUN or RAIN FREE Wire Stand with each WREATH HUNTINGDONS HEADQUARTERS FOR FLAGS All Sizes In Stock From 1 inches to 6x10 feet Best Quality Made According To Government Specifications All Fast Colors W A GRIMISON SON 514 Mr Wolfgang urged the Lions to take care of your commun Jt3 needs and let your friendship grow in your He ended his I talk with a fine reading entitled I The Man in the Glass During the business meeting reports were heard from delej gates who had attended IJie slate convention held in Scran rldS ton recently Robert Ward John Lloyd Eugene Yoder Ear j Householder were delegates and the allernales were Royer Heel er Allen Fouse Jack Lang and Presidenl CorceJius Daughter Banquet The Singers Gap Womans So ciety of Christian Senice held Interesting Film Shown AtPauljne Circle Meeting In the Face of Jeopardy a color film was presented at the regu lar meeting of the Pauline Circle of the Mount Union Presbyterian Church Tuesday evening May 21 held in the social room of the church The movie the most modern re leased by the Presbyterian boards was filmed in natural color in the Communist infested jungles of Southeast Asia It pictured the ter rorism of the Communists and their sympathizers and the way the Christian missionaries are meeting the challenge Phil John son one of the main characters preaches a Christianity that teach es a new loyalty beyond family and race He shows Doug Grain the American tin miner that love is the only force that cant cofrup the person who uses it Proo comes in Ah Chin who simply be cause he is a Christian risks his life for Crain turning against bis own family HAPPY BIRTHDAY May 25 1957 Judith Ann Hoffer daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Hoffer of Pet ersburg R D 1 is six years old Jack M Shuck 820 Fifth Street Huntingdon Jimmie Ray Foster son of Mr and Mrs Oliver J Foster of Ma pleton Depot 14 years old Janet Oherlander 910 Pennsyl vania Avenue Huntingdon Edwin Longneckei of Peters burg and his twin brother Ed ward Longnecker of High Spire are celebrating their birthdays to y Mrs Eugene Russler 514 Wash ington Street Huntingdon Edna Carbaugh Cherrytown George Russell Cherrytown Lincoln Bumgardner is celebrat ing his 87th birthday today He makes his home with Mr and Mrs John Roland of Calvin Rosie Prough Calvin Mrs Floyd Pennell Defiance Agnes Pennell Saxton TDonnie Nolan Saxton James Snyder Saxton Deanna Allison Saxton Jackie Russell Saxton R Richard Anderson Fourteenth and Warm Springs Avenue Hunt ingdon Mrs Westbrook Talks To Auxiliary OfMapleton A talk on t meaning of Americanism by Mrs A L Westbrook of Huntingdon high lighted the regular meeting of the Auxiliary to the Mapleton American Legion which wag held on Friday evening May 17 at the post home Mrs Richard Snoop president of the presided at the meeting which opened with the reading of the minutes and a report from the treasurer A report was presented by Mrs Ralph Park on the sale of poppies She reported that the auxiliary would continue the sale until Memorial Day Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy of Eurnham was also a guest at the session and spoke briefly The group made plans for en tertaining the four county coun cil which will be held at Maple ton at the post home on June 27 The meeting closed with t prayer for peace by the chap Iain A covered Jish supper was served at the close of the meet ingto the 24 members and guests The next meeting will be held on June 14 Golf And Bridga Group Meets The weekly golf and i tivity for the Womens Associ lion was held at the Country Club on Thursday ternoon Winner of the bridge gat was Mrs Edwin Strickler fi tables of bridge wpre In pis Eight golfers participated in t event for the day which was t least number of putts won Mrs Dorothy Madigan were Mrs Am Huston Mrs T F Miller M Cloy Brumbaugh and Mrs R Lewis NEWS BRIEFS VICKIE JEAN DORE Little miss Vickie Jean Dore will be two years old on Sunday May 26 This happy little girl is the daughter of Mr and M r s Glenn Dore of 1310 Scott Street Huntingdon Her maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Clyde McCartney of 1312 Scott Street Huntingdon and her pa ternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Robert G Dore of 618 Fourth Street Huntingdon Mrs Okenson Feted At Party The fellowship Class of the Burnt Cabins Methodist Church recently held a birthday party in honor of their teacher Mrs Anne Okenson The party took place in the home of Mrs Tola Walters A birthday cake was baked for the party by Mrs Watters and many gifts were presented to the guest of honor The party was a complete surprise to the honored guest This was the first birthday party for Mrs Okenson Those present were Mrs Byrl Watters Mrs Beulah Truax Mrs Mayme Miller Irs Naomi Carbaugh Mrs Larue Watters Mrs Grace Houck Mrs Marion Miss Ruth McDannell Mrs Goldie Donoy Miss Mary Rosenberrv Mrs Goldie Watters Mrs Tola Watters Judy and Margaret Dorothy Watters Cia dy Zimmerman Martha Oken soru Mary Okengon Mrs Anne Okenson The Misses Ruth and Ali Prough of Calvin spent Thiu day night in the home of th grandmother Mrs John Prou of Allenport They also visit Mr and Mrs Lawrence of Allenport Mrs Estella Fleck and dauriv Karen of Three Springs R accompaned by Mr and Mrs Ri ert R Parsons of Shippensbu motored to Philadelphia over I past weekend and visited Mr a Mrs Fred Shope of TuUytov Mrs Shope will be remember as the former Garnetta Fleck and the projector was operated by Mr Calhoun Mrs Robert Saxe vice president and chairman of the program committee in intro ducing Mrs Calhoun said that the movie had been selected that tht group might better understand the day by of the Carruthers used the annual ox her devotional subject at the Huntingdon County she rounds lais Scripture from Psalm 19 To velop her subject she talked EMSwindows of faith Ihe telephone of tnct governorelect Sidney prayer and the furniture of the Bernstein and Mra Bernslein spiritual honal counsellor of Ihe Himlhumilily the table on which is ingdon Club Miss Ellen Brown placed the feast of the Gospel Miss Nancy Gilliland Bobby light the lamp of Gods Word and the charity cover many sins She closed her t kwie tiubcu ner Ralph Thomas art teacher at part of the program with prayer Huntingdon High School a s for the missionaries of the day and inducted inlo club membership the hymn Take My Life T A social hour followed with Mrs Joseph Hollis Mrs Carlton esses Present at the meeting were iuc meeting win ue a jrresenc at me meeting were supper event and work night at Mrs Victor Walfett Jr Mrs the Huntingdon bounty FairSaxe Mrs Samuel Thackaberry prnnnH Tnrtn 1 Hall Mrs Dell Mr and Mrs Calhoun Mrs Gerald Hudson Mrs Oswalt Mrs Frank Bentz Mrs Fred Ap pleby Mrs Carruthers Mrs Robert Wiley Miss Agness Koeh Edna Krepps and Mrs Bfll Adams Baibers in a VT r lts annual molherdaughter banslruck for higher pay Miss Nora Frank of Marklesquet al Ihe church social hall on no work burg has been presented with evening of May 10 radio from the Lions Club Misswere 26 molhers daughlers is confined to her home grandmothers and guests pres on account of illness t r midwest lown A razor j Saturday May 25 No exceptions to above 9oh ule Please read carefully Uemt admitted on nlghte specified May nave 100 attendance by organlzat sponsors who are assigned for t wetlr Student Government on d this week Senior Class Rev Nace Will Address Youth Guidance Council A meeting of the Huntingdon County Youth Guidance Council will be held on Tuesday evening at the First Methodist Church in Huntingdon Pastor of the Abbey cal and Reformed Church of Huntingdon the Rev Robert K Nace will speak on the subject Youth In Search of A Self This is the monthly businasa session and all members of the council are urged to attend t Subscribe for The Daily News j Five cents per copy I Youth Center Cnlendi MAPLETON NEWS Mrs Pearl OConner recen visited at the home of her s inlaw and daughter Mr a Mrs Clyde W at Be Grove Cabins Little Orleai Md Recent visitors at the home Mr and Mrs Martin Wage were Morris March acd dauf ter Kay of Harrlsburg Mi Alice Davis and daughter Ma Louise of Alexandria Mrs Bl Kough of Saltillo Mr aad M Harry Davis of Chambersbu and Mr and Mra Kough of Hustontown Mr and Mrs Marcui And son and daughter Darla wt Saturday guests of Mr and M Jay Rhodes and son at Lew town Subscribe for Tha Dafly SHOP GERTRUDES DRESS SHOP 625 Washington Hnatlngdoti We Give Green Stamps SANDRA LYNNE MAGILL Birthday greetings are in or Jer for Sandra Lynne Mail who will mark her first birth day tomorrow She is the at tractive little daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert H Mugill of Glenshaw Mr and Mrs Frank Magill of the McCouircllstown Road sre the paternal grand parents May 26 1957 Letty Treece Saxton Johnny Snyder Saxton Helen Mclntyre Saxton Grant Taylor Saxton Gregory Saxton 1 Ray Miller Saxton Bob White Saxton Evelyn Chancy Saxton Alice Allison Saxton Vickie Jean Dore 1310 Scott Huntingdon istwo years old i Leo Smith Calvin j Robert Lloyd Frank son of and Mrs Don C Frank of 301 Pine Street Huntingdon is eight j years old ROYAL SALES SERVICE HIXSONS Phone 1038 Party Favors Party Hats Decorations Special Candies ior all Occasions W A Grimison Son BU Washington St There really more health packed into a sunny weekend j trip than in the average medicine 1 bottle Named To Honorary Society UrbanaChampaign III Har old B Clark son of Mr and Mrs R S Clark 1120 Pennsylvania Avenue Hunlingdon has been honored al the University of Illi nois by election as a full member of the Society of Sigma Xi national scientific honorary or ganization The seleclion is a recognilion of his accomplishmenl in Ihe field of scientitic research The pur pose of Ihe organization founded at Cornell University in 1S87 is lo oncourage research lent Gifts were given to Mrs Edith Hancock Mrs Hancock Mrs Pauline Ulsh and Mrs Margaret Morgan The group sang Mothers Day songs and recilalions were given by Miss Debbie Morgan Miss Carl Ann Diets and after a lovej ly dinner Ihe women held a study class They studied thei 2nd lesson St Pauls letlers lo Ihe local churches which proved1 mosl helpful Presenl were Edilh Hancock Mrs Belly Kelley Mrs Ger aldine Hancock and daughleri Cindy Mrs Nellie Ulsh Grace Ulsh and Susan Nancy I Margaretand Ellen Mrs Mari Mrs Annabelle Ann Mrs Ethel WATCH S CLOCK REPAIRING EARL D CLAPPER Chprrvtown i Welch Mrs Elsie Plank Mrs Catharine Danish Mrs F Wilson Mrs Dorcas Morgan i Lawanda Morgan and Deb ibie Mrs Esther Brouse iPauline Ulsh and daughter Sal jly Mrs Hazel Jayroes Minnie Moore and daughter Jean i Use TMve aily Newe Want ANNOUNCEMENT To the Voters of Huntingdon I deeply appreciate and thank you for nominat ing me as your Republican Candidate for Tax Collector During my first term I always tried to be fair conscientious and cooperative in performing the duties of the office I will appreciate your vote and influence at the General Election in November If reelected for a second term I pledge the same courteous and efficient administration as during rny first term Sincerely yours CHARLES E GIENGER Tax Collector WANTED 1000 JUNK CARS Highest Cash Prices Bring Title With Car HUNTINGDON SCRAP CO 1518 Penn St Huntingdon Phone 228S The American Legion Country Club MOUNT UNION PENNA Where hospitality is our most famous Featuring The Seven Notes Saturday May Sunday and Holiday Dinners as usual ;