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   Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1957, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                THI DAILY NIWS HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION IATUHOAY MAY IS IfST FAOf NfKP 9 HIGH SCHOOL Continued From First Page Samuel J Thackaberry of Mount Union Presbyterian Church will for his sermon theme at the baccalaureate service in Mount Union tomorrow evening at oclock Captain Jack High School auditorium will be the setting for this annual service Organ music will be provided by Kenneth Nord by vocal Instructor and teacher of organ The Junior Girls En semble will sing selections The Rev Alfred T Casson of the Bethel AME Church in Mount Un ion and the Rev Lloyd Shank of the Pilgrim Holiness Church will also participate in the service Kobertedate baccalaureate service for the Rev Herbert Harrison of the First Methodist Church in Ole n New York His subject Is To Keys for Tomorrows Doors An organ recital will precede le service to be held hi the First resbyterian Church Eugene H Jayton organist will play Dia ogue Fletcher Aria Bach Toc ata and Fugue in D Minor ach and Choral Preludes Mat lews The processional Grand larch is by Wagner The introit will be sung by the ehior Choir and the choir anthem s Psalm 150 At the close of the ervice Pomp and Circumstance ill be played by the organist The Rev Robert L Hutchinson of the host church the Rev R Smith and the Rev Her ert Harrison all will take part in service tfcii liigh school will take place in the school auditorium at oclock Sunday evening TheRev W A Carpenter will preach the aermon Also taking part in service will be the Rev Clifford H Tazelaar pastor the Church of Music will be provided by the Junior Ensemble and the High School Chorus Pianist is Judy Dobey The Junior Ensemble will sing Bless This House by Taylor Brahe and Father in Heaven Bach Gounod will be sung by the SaztoB Liberty The Rev Joseph A Wagner oJ the Saxton Methodist Church will deliver the sermon at the bacca laureate service scheduled by Sax ton L2jerty High School for Sunday evening at 8 oclock in the high school auditorium The complete service will be giv as follows prelude The Las Spring Grieg played by Lee Amick processional War March of the Priests Mendelssohn Diane Reed invocation the Rev Glen Hostetter music My Prayer for Today High School Chorus Scrip ture the Rev E Paul Dilling prayer the Rev Herbert A Boyles music This Is My Path ers World High School Chorus sermon Mr Wagner offertory Meditation Morrison Bonnie Reed benediction the Rev Dwigbt D Aldinger recessional March from Aida Verdi Bonnie Reed Robert P Smith Yellow Creek A Methodist minister the Rev Louis Barth of DuncansviUe wU speak at the baccalaureate pro gram of the Robert P Smith High School to be held Sunday evening at 8 in the school auditorium The program will open with a processional played by Bonnie Horton followed with the singing of a hymn Invocation will be given by the Rev Paul Dilling of th Stonerstown Church of the Breth ren A mixed chorus wffl sing Goc of Our Fathers and Man Shall Not Live The Scripture reading Wffl be given by Mr Dilling ant Gary Cessna will play a musica selection The program will end with a hymn the benediction bj Mr Dilling and the recessiona by Miss Horton SaltiHo The baccalaureate service of Saltulo High School will be hek tomorrow evening in the auditor ium of the high school at 8 oclock Seniors will enter the auditorium to the processional march Pomi and Circumstance The audienc will then sing the hymn Holy Holy Holy Fishing Successfully Even L Shallow Waters is the Rev Mar lin C Bottigers sermon theme jo the program Mr Bottiger is Pro testant chaplain at vania State Institution in Hunting don The High School Chorus directe by William Koehler will sing Go of Our Fathers The Churchs On Foundation and 0 Worship th Highlighting the service will b a candlelightirig ceremony prior t thebenediction by the Rev Charle Hess and the ecessional Forbes High Husfontown Faith for Your Day will be th sermon topic of the Rev Ernes Brindle at the baccalaureate ser vice to be held tomorrow evenin at 8 by the Forbes Hig School in Hustontown Commencement activities fo the school are to be held in th auditorium of the WellsTaylo Elementary Schoofc The program will include th singing of a hymn All Hail th Power chorus processiona Pomp and Circumstance Elgai invocation the Brindle anthem Ernes Just a Close Walk with Thee Hallett chorus evening prayer Scripture hymn Some Day Hell Make It Plain Geibel graduating class sermon Mr Erindle class prayer th Rev Charles Rhodes anthem A Evening Prayer Gabriel chorus benediction Mr Brindle and re cessional Juniata Valley Alexandria The baccalaureate service of tr class of 1957 of Juniata Valley HI School will be held in the Peter burg Methodist Church on Sunda evening May 26 at 8 An address All or Nothing at A1T will be given by the Rev George Shultz pastor of the Alexandria Evangelical and Re 51CET DIPLOMAS sius Bonnie Fittery Carol Bar ett Bonnie Hess Lynn Smyers eggy Gordon Sherry Snare Bev rly Heffner Linda Diggins Elva freene Vonnie Householder Judy Kyle Samuel Cooper John Coop er Peggy Young Harold Clay omb Carol Claycomb Darlene Grove Emily Grubb Elvln Sum mers John Lynn Cassia Lawson 8u an Fouse John Ronk Rodney Jrlggs Harold Norris Sharon Is nberg Floyd Hess Phyllis Hess iane Ronk Carol Ronk Shirley Jarner Timothy Hoover Dean Lesnett Patty Holland Steve Hoo ver Ruby McCall Randa Hoover Jlaine Oswalt Faye Powell Freda Getic Gladys Mason Bette Clarence Fouse Diane Chilcote Altaianshofer Continued Prom First Page He pointed out that the graduates ow wJJl start to move farther way from family ties and begin o grow up and seek a place in he world He counselled the group lever to forget the standards and alues learned in the family cir le Pastor Nace urged the graduates o continue with thenformal edu cation noting that today the ighth grade diploma marks the leginning not the end of ones iducation He cautioned that need or a college degree is growing n this fast moving world anc he pointed out that only the in lividual can determine when his ormal education shall terminate The speaker called upon the graduates to keep alive the spiri of curiosity and maintain an ea erness to learn new things see new places and meet new people le urged the 51 graduates to a vays be ready for new exper ences and a rich and full life The program opened with the processional played by Mrs Don aid Whittaker of Huntingdon th school music teacher Miss Ruby McCall served as the master o ceremonies The Scripture was read by Bon nie Fittery and the prayer wa liven by Miss McCall The clas ong was then sung by the eight praders who were seated at th ront of the auditorium Gladys Mason recited the poem If and Peggy Young gave ai in whie she pointed out that a broad an jalanced education is necessar if the individual is to grow an accept new responsibilities in to days busy world The Harmonnettes under the d rection of Mrs Whittaker san Jiree selections Some Folks Do These Things Shall Be and Iv Been Working on the Railroad John Yoder Donald Frough an David Shaffer were the soloists In the latter number Cassie Lawson jeom and Dean Lesnett jfave a ration in which he noted tha odays young people are goin forward with trained hands an trained minds as pioneers in a even greater Arlene Altmanshofer read tii class prophecy and the eight paders joined in the singing o re mJtb Ira States Raymond presented diplomas GOP LEADERS GIRD Continued From First Page Other congressional news Some congressmen voiced concern over the fate of President Eisenhowers foreign aid bill as the result of the gut ing of the in For mosa by Nationalist Chinese mobs Rep John Vorys a key member of the House For eign Affairs Committee said the ncident will probably be raised by aid opponents when the bill comes up for House floor debate Jut Sen Burke B Hickenlooper a member of the Sen ate Foreign Relations Committee said it is too early to predict what will happen to aid to For mosa In closing the program the class wac with Rog pianist Members of ttw olaat wtrt M follows Samuel Allen David Allen Bailey Carl Baker Kenneth David Baker Carolyn Jane Barber Raymond Kelly Bar ley Stacey Lloyd Bottiger Theo dore Irvin Brownagle Donald Glenn Brumbaugh Dennii Milford Clapper Albert Joseph Claybaugh Frank Garfield Davis John Levi Durher Evelyn Carol Dysard Frank Edward Dysard Barbara Ann Emigh John Edward Emigh Darrell Kenneth Feagley Linda Mae Feagley Ann Owens Fillman Alice Claire Foust Richard Carl Frailey Donald Paul Galbraith Eugene Domer Garber Kathryn Mae Garber Thomas Saoford Graxier Lin da Darlene Greene Nancy June Hall Merrill Paul Hammon Ken neth Chester Hearn Donald Wil liam Hoffman Donna Mae Kann William John Kann Dorothy Ellen Kelly Shirley Lee Lancaster Car ol Mae Learner David Edward Lewis Kenneth James McCarty Gerald Alan Muckle Joyce Louise Peters David Ellsworth Qwinn Na omi Grace Roher Mary Marlene Staley Ruby Sue Thompson Gary Floyd Wible Robert Glair Wil liams Eva Jane Worta Robert Clyde Young Richard Timothy Zauzig Ruth Dioria Zimmerman 290 STUDENTS AT Cnepp Varilty dub jackets awarded to lettermen by the Var sityClub presented by Don ald Mallnak to Dayton Shugarta Charles Coona Gary Dell Bern ard Dell Robert Keratetter Ken Beeler Barry Bard Robert rough Ronald Norman leek Sherman Hicks John Mc Call Clarence Crawley Jorne William Grove Robert elaney Fred Cullen Lynn Hol abaugh Jim Carruthem and Jamea Hockenberry A special letter for who have earned in three was won by Kenneth football wrestling and seball Robert Kerstetter foot all basketball and baseball Dayton football bas letball and baseball and Thomaa Harper football basketball and jauseball t Another apecial letter for two went to James Carruthers football and baseball John Mc 2aU football and baseball James Hockenberry football anf bas ketball Charles Wilson football and basketball and Fred Cullen manager of football and basket ball Continued From Finrt Page Two County Continued From First Page Thomas M Stone Xjanyllle and Rev David M Kerr Fleming ton Friday the conference admit ted two women as on a trial basis Seven men were admitted on a trial basis and 13 to full membership The women were Jane H Montgomery 25 and her sister Joanne 22 daughters of the Rev Frank W Montgomery State College the Incoming Sun bury District superintendent Jane May Queen at Penn State in 1954 will specialize lii nard Ldnn William McElratb Gary Miller Robert Pyne anc Larpy Sootten won awards or achievement in the distric competition at Hamsburg In appreciation of the tinie and energy spent for the Student Council this year Bud Dell Judy Knox and Opal Miller officers received pins Achievemen awards went to Patricia Puchalla for her efficient handling of the candy and Ice cream concession in the cafeteria and to Carol Jo Peduzzl for tha excellent msnne in handled the Night program in December Maddeh further expressed his thanka to Mona Knepp Lynda North Opal Miller and Judy Knox for conducting devotions over the loudspeaker Ilium staff receivinj pina were Ricky Burkholder ieart Attack s Fatal To imithfield Man A well known Huntingdon res dent Jamet Edgar Brumbaugh f 1031 Pike Street Smithfield assed away at p Fti ny May 24 1957 at his late ome He bad been In his usual ealth until Thursday when he uffered a heart attack His death came as to is family and friends A son onald Glenn participated in ighth grade graduation ices at the SmithfieldJuniata Hemcntary School last evening inaware that bis father had led llr Brumbaugh WM born on Jctober 16 1896 at Huntingdon son at Irvin K and Eliza elle McNeil Brumbaugh was mrrried to Irene Kough o tobertsdale on June 28 1937 at Vinchester He it survived by wife antl our children Mae Brumbaugh Ruth Anne Brum college campus work Joanne runnermp in a state high school beauty contest in 1952 plans to do radio and television religious programming They were the second and women admitted to the conference The first admitted last year was Mrs Maude Keis ter Jensen New Cumberland Pa The conference also voted to admit any Negro church desir ing to join Negro churches can leave the Central Negro Juris diction on twothirds votes of fchefr congregation and the con ference A similar plan was adopted last week by the churchs Western Pennsylvania Conference Dr Charles F Berkheimer formed Church The program will et underway with the organ prelude Traumerei Schumann The processional march will be God of Our Fathers Warren An anthem will be sung by the Juniata Valley High School Chrous directed by Alan Wyand with Veda Stme as accompanist As a choral benediction the chorus will sing The Lord Bless You Rebecca Lankard will be organ ist for the organ postlude Largo Handel Participating ministers are the Rev Edmund MinnSch of the Pet ersburg Alexandria Methodist Church the Rev John Swavelv of the Lutheran Church Peters burg Tyrone High School An afternoon baccalaureate ser vice has been scheduled by the Tyrone Area High School for to morrow at 2 oclock The speaker Loch Lomond Shirley Garner cited the poem Susa Fouse sang a solo Alice Blu Sown Later she appeared agair to sing the number May Th Good Lord Bless and Keep You Jhe was accompanied at the pian by her mother Mrs France Fouse John Lynn and Bette Fouse ap peared in a humorous playlette and Miss McCall then introduced Pas tor Nace for the main talk of the evening Homer W Dell assistant super intendent of Huntingdon County Schools presented the diplomas to the members of the class The school principal George Mullen presented certificates to each member of the class for pro ficiency in writing He noted that it is a rare occasion for every member of a class to qualify for a writing certificate Mullen then introduced Miss Mary Jane Gienger presi dent of the Huntingdon American Legion Auxiliary to make the award presentation to Miss Mc Call Past Commander Robert Launtz made the presentation to Lynn Smyers on behalf of the American Legion Frank P Hom mon Post No 24 The recipients of the awards were selected on the basis of honor courage scholarship leadership service and Americanism Launtz also presented to the school a reproduction of the painting that hangs in the Chapel of the Four Chaplains in New York City It was accepted by Mr Mullen Ten other members of the class received awards for outstanding scholastic achievement They are Peggy Young Timmy Shoe maker Shirley Garner Dean Les nett Arlene Altmanshofer Ray mond Brosius Clinton Smith Glad ys Mason John Ronk and Diane Ronk The awards included two watches from Maurers Watch Shop in Huntingdon two billfolds from the C H Miller Hardware Company two billfolds from Roughs Jewelry Store and two fountain pens from Swartz Jewel ry Susan Fouse was honored as the outstanding music student o the class and Floyd Hess was named as the outstanding art stu dent Both Miss Fouse and Hess received gifts On behalf of Gideons Interna tionai Cloyd Hetrick presented i Testament to each member of the class He also presented 12 Bibles to the school one for each class room in the building The program closed with the class singing the number Send Oul Thy Light The members of the graduat ing class follow Timmie Shoemaker Larry Gal lagher Robert Hanks Clinton outgoing superintendent of the Sunbury District was presented a gift of appreciation by the people of his jurisdiction He will receive a new assignment Sunday EDUCATOR SPEAKS Continued From First Page Thomas Tefferson who said Man has a right to be free the right to life liberty and the pursuit of Freedom took its roots at this time Tie said The Civil War brought freedom an individual group the Ne stated Dr Crosby The first World War he said was for free dom of mankind and according to Woodrow Wilson to make the world safe for During World War II the nation struggled for four freedoms freedom from want freedom from fear freedom of religion and freedom from disease Freedom imposes duties and re sponsibilities on all of us reminded speaker has the right to press personal freedom to the point where his actions are unfair to others in the community how ever Freedom is a precious right a heritage which many in the world do not enjoy Real defense of freedom is not from the use of force but rather the ultimate defense from indiv idual freedoms that we prize Donna Stayhor Janna Mowery Annie Vaughn StellaiecK Jean Bellinger Gary Awkerman opal Miller Dorothy Gearhart and Richard Dohoff Opal Miller Stella Fleck and William Falrman received checks as winners of the Rotary Ora torical Contest Eric Burkholder Ina Rae Kyler Dayton Shugarts Judy Knox Bernice Lankard and Linda Lane received Goldey Beacom certificates as spelling champions of the senior and Jun ior classes William Fairman was awarded a certificate for outstandingabil ity in creative Quill and Scroll keys weie presented to the following seniors for work on Ths Trojan and fornews articles for The Daily News Rae Kyler edi torin chief Joann Black news editor Paul Beatty feature edi tor Bernard Dell business man ager Fred Cullen sports editor Goldie Batttatella Darlene Batti stella Patricia Puchalla Victoria Petron and Mona Knepp news writers prizes of money were presented to William Fisher a Savings Bond for third place in the regional and eighteenthin thestate ChickenofTomorrow Contest John Price bond for placing tenth in the regional con and Richard for thirteenth place in the regional An award went to Richard Mc Clain for the best kept records in Huntingdon County Other awards went to Eugene White John Price Gerald Gear Richard Walter Smith Elmer Norris William Smith and Wil liam Fisher The Parliamentary Procedure Team coached by Davis and Henderson student teachers from Penn State took first place in the area eliminatons and third in the regional These boys were William Fisher Elmer Norris Richard McClain Gerald Gear hart Donald Mills Sidney Dur bec Zane Renninger and Walter Smith Awards in vocal music pre sented by Kenneth Nordby went we have to prove our way of life to Battistella Ken BeeJer eighth grade class presented Mr with a cash gift to be used toward the purchase of a tape recorder for the school As the supervising principal in troduced each daw member Mr Joann Black Jean Bellinger Doris Cirko Beverly Howard Crawford Clarence Shirley Diven Richard Dpnoff Donna Ernest Dorothy superior commented Dr Crosby He challenged the eighth grad ers to think seriously about this problem of freedom in the world today Freedom is not a product that can be kept at home he concluded You are on the thresh old of shoulder your share of the responsibilities of free dom he urged Mrs Pearl Westbrook and John Lilly representing the American Legion Auxiliary and Frank P Hommon Legion Post No 24 of Huntingdon attended the com mencement and presented the awards to the outstanding boy and girl in the class These young peo ple possess honor courage schol arship and leadership it was pointed out Recipients of these awards of pins medals and cer tificates were Barbara Emigh and Robert Williams Awards are made each year to the boy and girl in the class who recieved the highest rating in the eighth grade examination These presentations were made by Nor ris Williams president of the Smithfield Juniata Joint School Board Eva Jane Worts and Gtrald Muckle were the high scorers Mr Cunningham also paid rec ognition to Dorothy Kelly Carolyn Barber Thomas Grazier and Ray mond Barley who placed second in score on the test Robert Williams on behalf of the Clarence McMullen John Mont Gearhart Robert Grove Pat Hardy Bob Kerstetter June Lamberson Bernard Linn John McCall Jim Miller Jerry Norton Teresa Peduzzi Joe Rogers Anna Somers Donna Staynor Annie Vaughn and Eddiemae Verdier Emblems for one years work in band were presented by J Richard Burkholder to Donna Drake Ann Harshbarger Bonnie Battistella Sylvia Vanada Ellen Dell Deanna Gutshall Diane Mc Clain Ann Montgomery Barbara Yeager Dorothy Walker Dana Glass Darlene Walker John Dan ish Robert Eberman Larry Stair Donna Kurtz Sally Min nick and Beverly Morgan Stars for each year for further band participation were awarded to Donna Ernest Ellen Suders i Delores Clampa Vonna Beck with Eric Burkholder Pauline Danish Suzanne Welch Chester Anders Jack Fortnoy Joan Con nor Shirley Diven Nancy Ulsh Anna Sowers Linda Lane Pat Beatty Wallace Linn Dayton Shugarts Frank Wakefleld Duane Banks Joyce Rohrev Barry Shugarts Dianne Hoover and numbers were awarded to Barry Bard Clarence Crawley Robert Delaney Bern ard Dell Willie Green Sher man Hicks Lynn Hollabaugh Robert Prough Kenneth Grove Gary Harven Thomas Rohrer Leroy Scotten and Richarc for football to Gary Aw kerman Dale Hamilton Woods Donaldson Iver Magnussen Wil liam Grove for wrestling to Ed ward Harr John Hooper Georg Sadpsuk Charles Skipper and Fred Zook for baseball to Charles Coons Brian Crum Rob ert Grove James Miller Donald Donoff Richard Reeder and John Sweatlock for basketball and to junior varsity basketball players Gary Carl Robert Bberman Paul Scott Larry Stair Raymond Shields Lorry Sehtman Milton Thomas and Charles Skipper Numerals were given to Stan ley Miller manager of wrestling James Green manager of base ball and Thomas Homolash an Mike Weko managers of basket ball and Ronald Stake War Donaldson and James Green football Special mention was given to Sam Adams for hi writing the results of the baseba for The Daily News juinle Vaughn won the aenio award of a cheerleader charm and chain for both junior an senior varsity experience Jay lene Pollock JoAnne Smith Sonja Suders Nancy Fazenbaker and Bonnie Pyles won megaphon awards and Bonnie Croyle Caro Conway Jessie Reck aad Eddie mae Verdier CJ letterfo cheerleading A gold card waspresented b MJT BernardMyers wh bad successfully completed th Behind theWheel instruction in drivers training They are Pa Shaffw Esther Covert Edwin Harr Dorwthy Soult Donna JCurtz Jean Moore Tom Snyder Donald Dimoff Berenice Lank ard Joyce Kauffman Winni Alexander Helen Whiteel Pa Beatty ina Rae Kyler Missouri Phillips DorothyMartin Lorett Gearhart Jerry Jann Mowery Torn Homolash Sandra Steel Woods Donaldson Richar Staubs Charles Myers Suzann Welch Joan Connor Tom Rohre Joanne Miller Jayiene Pollock Wendell Miller George Sadosuk Richard Reeder Ronald Clay comb Robert BanksrJean Bige low Donald Mills Steve Spites Barry Shugarts Darla Anderson Mildred Miller Iver Magnussen Kay Wagner Delores Ciampa Robert Hayduk Pat Whitse Ethel Shields Anne Lukens Bev erly Yeager Nancy Foster Bev erly Conway Linda Lane Delore Mattie Robinson Elle Gibson John Miller Jame Smyers Richard McClain AT nette Long Eddiemae Veidie Jamea Green Nancy Ulsh Caro Jo Peduzzi and Grace Special mention was made b Mr Madden of the cafeteri workers Kenneth Sam Adams Tom Harper Leroy Sco ten Jerry Johnson dishwashers and Donna Ernest Ina Ra Kyler Darlene Walker Winn Alexander Darla Anderson Lynr Beverly Himes Ha very McCreary cafeteria helpers Faculty members making th awards were ora tbrical Joyce Fuhrer cheerleac ers Anthony Tree three lette and two letter winners Donald Malinak varsity footba varsity wrestling and Varsit Club jackets Edward Gerloci varsity basketball Richard Young varsity baseball Ken neth Nordby vocal music Richard Burkholder instrumen tal music Stanley Runk voca tionai agriculture Qeo Blac Dium Robert Wiley Studen Council Agness Koehler Trojan Florence Kerr Shirle Smith Betty Crocker Aware William Jacobs and Ruth Klin Future B u n e s s Worker Awards Roe Cunningham a awards and Bernaid Myer drivers training augh James Edgar Bruni augh and Donald Glenn Brumbaugh all living at home Mr Brumbaugh was a faith ul member of the First Metho dist Church in Huntingdon am a trustee of the Smithfield Lnna lunday School where he attend d all his life He had been em rtoyed at tbe OwensCorning iUberglas plant in Huntingdon or the past 13 yeaVfi where he was an electrical foreman i Funeral services will be hel on Monday May 27 at 2 p m at Greens funeral home in lunlingdon with the Rev G Cecil Welmer officiating as by the Rev Charles Cart mill of Parkersbuvg W Va In terment be made at the Riv erview Cemetery Friends maj call at the funeral home from 12 noon on Sunday untfl the hou or the OBITUARIES George Harold Conrad of 106 lount Vernon Avenue Hunt ingdon died at a Satur ay May 25 1657 at the J C Jlalr Memorial Hospital Mr 3onred worked until about ast evening and watched the ate show on television after re urning home After reading the aper he went upstairs and told 5s wife he didnt feel well and eclded to go to the hospital le passed away shortly after the hospital He had lot been in ill health previous x last night Mr Conrad was born on March H 1908 to Huntingdon son of John M and Mary McKeen Conrad He was mar ried to Bertha A Morningstar n June 28 at Hagers xwn Md He Is survived by his wife and one son George H Conrad at home He was preceded in death by one daughter Also J C Blair Memorial HOSPITAL NEWS May 24 1957 Admitted Elmer Guy Suders Mount Un ion R D Orlando R Cornelius Mapleto Depot R D Lillian A Covert Mapleton De pot Mayetta Hazel Decker 41 Schoolhouse Avenue Huntingdon James Barry Mills Huntingdo R D 1 Frank Speece Saxton Florence Marie Crow 206 E Shirley Street MountUnion Sherman Drolsbaugh 1527 On eida Street Huntingdon Roxie Azalia Dick Saxton Marlene Marion OKane Coal mont Kathryn Louise Earnest Altoon R D 4 Eugene E Walters 1523 Oneid Street Huntingdon Discharged Austin Edward Heaster Roberts dale Grace Hattie Shriner McCon nellstown Jane Elizabeth Shingler 41 Washington Street Huntingdon Landis Raymond Byler Belle ville Lee Dantel Yoder Mount Unio R D Connie Lou Hooper Mapleto Depot Walter Alfred Gross Barree Pauline M Champion Hunting don R D 2 Laura Martha Hawn Mill Creek Rita Bolduc 1021 Mifflin Stree Huntingdon George Harold Conrad Mrc Susan P Cusenbary The Rev and Mrs SamuelJ Thackaberry Presbyteriai manse Mount Union word a few days ago that Mrs mother Mrs Su san p Cusenbary 81 years bi age had passed away on Sun day May 19 19S7 She had beei ill since April 1st but was be Ueved to be improving He death came ae she was visitinj her eldest daughter Mrs G H Hylton at Nixa Missouri He husband J W Cusenbary die September 14 1056 surviving rothers are and the following sisters Mrs Following her death Mrs Ousenbary yisitei her children in their homes ii California Arizona and Utal and at the time she became il was visiting her daughter ii Missouri In the family there were Mi daughters and two sons all o whom living The father death was the first In the fam ily Their home was at Bernalil lo New Mexico for many yean Funeral services were held oi Wednesday May 22 and th body was shipped to Albuquer que New Mexico for interment Mrs Thackaberry visited he parents less than two years ag she met a number of he brothers and sisters and othefc of the family Her parents wen living at that time but Toot well up In years She has th sympathy and prayers of a hos of friends in the loss of h e mother Mrs Cusenbary was a devou Christian woman witn the Baptist Church S h taught a Sunday School clas for many years until her bus band became ill and died las September 3harles Anna Mae Hauger of Reading William T Conrad of Huntingdon John H Conrad of Waldport Oregon Wrs Robert Helen Cook of Broad Top City Carl P Con rad of Alexandria and Ralph T Conrad of Huntingdon R D 1 He was preceded in death by one brother Mr Conrad was a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church in Huntingdon He served as a seaman 2nd ilass in the Navy in the European Theater of Operations duringWorld War H He was educated in the Huntingdon pub lic schools and spent his entire ife in this area He was em ployed at the OwensCorning Fiberglas In Huntingdon in the Alloy Department and previous ly worked with the Huntingdon Throwing Company Funeral services will be held on Tuesday May 28 at 2 p at Friday Ma from Browns in Huntingdon at J C Blair Mem the Rev Reed L Rogeraorial Hospital She had been officiating Interment will be Parent at the hospital for thret Mrs Lydia C Lloyd f Mrs Lydia Catherine Lloyd o 912 Moore Street Huntingdon made in the Rlvervienv Ceme tery Friends may call at Browns in Huntingdon after 4 p m on Monday until time for the services Mike Bukosf Mike iBukosi of Small Street in Mount Union died at a May 25 1957 at the J Memorial Hospital He had been in ill health for sev eral months and was admitted to the hospital on Thursday He was born on June 24 1889 in AustriaHungary a son of Joseph and Katherine Lazo Bukosi Mr Bukosi is swvived by his wife and one sister Mrs Katharine Baranyai of Mount Union He came to the United States in 1914 and worked at the HarbisonWalker Refractories until he retired three years ago Funeral services will be held on Monday May 27 at 2 p m at the Clark funeral home In Mount Union The Rev Carl Greenawalt will officiate with interment in the Mount Union IOOP Cemetery Friends may call at the funeral home from p m until 1O p m Sunday ning 2 BITTER BATTLES Valedictorian Of High School Class Is Killed Johnstown May 25 George So walla 17 was killed in an automobile accident early Fri day a few hours after he deliv ered the valedictory at the Nanty Glo High School commencement A companion was injured serious ly State police said Sowalla driv ing his fathers automobile appar ently parsed through a blinking red light at the intersection of Rt 219 and William Penn Highway arid rammed the rear of a tractor jailer Officers said the car struck the rig with such force that it pushed under the larger vehicle and its top sheared off Marvin Malcotti 17 the vic tims classmate was taken to Johnstown Memorial Hospital in serious condition with possible fractures of the skull and shoul der The youths were returning from a chaperoned class party when the accident occurred at Mundys Corner scene of several traffic mishaps It was the second fatal accident involving a recent high school graduate this week Catherine Anne Flick 18 who received her high school diploma Tuesday night was killed the following evening ContinuedFrom First Page gomery Stephen Spires Eugene Goshorn Anthony Locke William Stallman Gary Awkerman Bev erly Yeager Annette Long Bonnie Myers Donna Harclerode Barbara and Nancy Our Memorial Day SPECIAL Flat Bottomed Paper Mache Filled With Fresh Cut FLOWERS Price Includes WOODRINGS FLORAL GARDENS Corner Eighth Washington Sts Phone 1141 committee in its initial appear ance have promised a still battle against the amended version The two delegations with a combined 6member voting bloc charged the subsidy would be un fair to their counties Rep Maurice H Goldstein R Allegheny said he would intro duce amendments to make the bill more palatable to his county Use The Daily News Want Ada wseks She was born on June a neida Township Kuntingdoi bounty a daughter of Benjamii Tranklin and Catherine Am brose Yinglingl She was marrie o Henry Lloyd of McConnellstowi on February 15 1305 and hi preceded her in death on July 2Q 1939 Mrs Lloyd is survived by oni sister Mrs RhodavTUiodes o rluntingdon R D 2 and oni brother Benjamin F Yingling o Altoona She was a member of the Firs Methodist Church in Huntingdon but in lateryears she attendei the nearby Christian and Mission ary Alliance Church because o ill health Mrs Lloyd spent mos of her married life in the Alex andria area Funeral services will be hoW ot Monday May 27 at 4 p m a Sreens funeral home in ingdon The Bev Reed L Roger will officiate with interment made in the Cedar Grove Cerrie tery in Petersburg Friends ma call at the funeral home after i noon on Sunday until the hour o the services VTIPQ fARTIWT IIU J UiDlllLl Continued From First Page American sergeant on charges o shooting a Chinese peeping Tom The soldier MSgt Robert G Reynolds of Colora wai flown out of Formosa with hi wife Friday A mob tried to at tack the car carrying them to tSi airport Li At least Chinese particj pated in the 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