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   Daily News (Newspaper) - May 21, 1962, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY NEWS HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION MONDAY MAY 21 1962 SOCIETY AND CLUB NEWS Belated Wishes ROBERT KIM LINN Banquet Held By Guild Of McConnellstown Delores Kay White Of Huntingdon And John Robert Garner Of James Creek Wed The sevenili annual mother and An impressive afternoon cere daughter banquet was held by the mony took place on Saturday May Womens Guild of the McConj 19 1962 at twothirty oclock in the nellstown Charge of the Evangeli Fifteenth Street Methodist Church cal and Reformed Church at the of Huntingdon when Miss Delores St Jacobs Parish Hall on May 17 Kay White of Huntingdon and Mr Thirtyseven members and John Robert Garner of James guests were present at the meet Creek were united in marriage ing Tables were attractively set The bride is a daughter of Mr by the ladies of the St Jacob santi Mrs Albert White of 509 Six Church who served as hostessesiteenth Street Huntingdon and the for the event bridegroom is a son of Mr John A warm welcome was given Garner of James Creek and the presidentMrs Irene Altaian tne jate Mrs Verna Garner Officiating at the double ring service was church Dr the pastor Ferdinand gave the invocation and a fine supper was enjoyed by all After a brief business meeting These adorable youngsters are i Davis who sang My Robert and Kim Eileen Linn theiPrayer Terri Lee and Jean Lynn children of Mrs Bonnie Lirm jSmithjangWe Come to Welcome snaodrafions The Kim celebrated her first birthday I You Mrs Beulah Beaver was teddTne caroet was used rtn Mav is anri Robert was two igamst for the evening weaaing carpet was used of the Derk pink and years old last November The the oldest and youngest Miss Marion Sue McElwee of Huntingdon and Harnsburg pre wemoer rne Gift8 were presented to MrsPews their irandEmanuel Norris and Mrs MIS Mr and Mrs present Rhodes of AUenport Kim startj M w reviewed i sided at the organ and presented ed to walk about two weeks ago ia fine sermon recital of nuptial music Her heard when she attended a Con selections included Trumpet gregational church in Florida re Tune in D Purcell Forest cently Green Purvis Jesu Joy of Highlight of the evening was j Mans Desiring Bach Melody the showing of pictures by Missj of Love Elevation Dupre and Ruth Ann Kensinger with narraiThe Lords Prayer Malotte as tions by Miss Betty Beaver Theithe couple knelt at the altar She pictures were taken by the girls also played the traditional wedding McCorkleiwhen they visited twelve Euro1 marches pean countries The scenes were The bride was escorted to the beautiful aad of historical in altar and given in marriage by terest Especially father She made a lovely pic Rotary Club Of Mount Union Holds Meeting President Melvin presided at the meeting of the Mount Union Rotary Club held on Thursday evening May 17 in the social room of tine First Methodist Church An amusingand thoroughly enjoyable songperiod led by Clyde Wharton as a prelude to the entertainment by The Colortones a singing group from the Captain Jack High School The Colortones delighted the group wits their renditions of The Waltz I Saved For You Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair and Come to the Fair Photo By Burger Studio MR AND MRS JOHN ROBERT GARNER were the scenes from the Passion ture in her floorlength gown of Scott of Hesston a broth Play which Miss Kensinger andUilk organza over net and taffeta er in law of the bridegroom Miss Beaver attended attending were The fitted bodice was fashioned j Mr John Rjley of James Creek E1iwitb cap sleeves and a Florentine M Shafj neckline outlined with applique fer Mrs Ethel Varner and daughland seed pearl trim The bouffant nrs w Ml featured the same lace appliltrlken brother m law of the bride groom Mr Donald Enyeart Aitch and Mr Ronald Carbaugh of En in the class of 1956 and is employ ed at the Union National Bank Trust Company Huntingdon The bridegroom was graduated from Huntingdon Area High School in 1957 and from Williamsport Tech nical Institute in 1959 He is em Mothers Feted By Class At Luncheon The Mission Bible Class of the Shirleysbung Methodist Church held its annual mother and daugh ter gathering in fche church soc ial room recently Mrs Marjory Davidson gave the invocation and thirtyseven persons enjoyed a covered dish luncheon Helen Morgan offered a prayer and these readings were present ed To Mothers Everywhere Norma Peterson Wiiieh Loved Mother Best Mabel Wilson A Christian Mothers Diary Isabel Dell You Cant Repay Your Mother Emma Davis What a Friend We Have in Mother was sung as a duet by Sandra and Patsy Harris A dialogue entitled He leadeth Me was presented with the louowmg participating Rebecca Virginia Harris Jochebed Emma Smith Hannah Laura Love Salome Leona Booher and Mary Cora Peterson The benediction closed the program Gifts were presented to the old est mother present Emma Dav is youngest mother Kay Whitsel mother with the most daughters present Norma Peterson mother of the most children Mary Gos horn mother who traveled the most miles to attend Hazel Peter son Blairs Mills youngest daugh ter present Vickie Lee Scott most granddaughters and great Engagement Told granddaughters Peterson present Cora Door prizes were presented to Ida Boyer and Barbara Peterson Daughenbaugh G Bard Evalyn Scott Irene Lottie Mapleton Observe 15th Charter Night The Lions and their ladies and guests enjoyed a din ner recently in observance of the 15th charter nght of the club President David T Halk pre sided at the meeting which held Motel 22 Restaurant The Rev Paul Herring the in vocation A song session was conducted by L Park Andrews with Amev Wibte at the piano Master of ceremonies for tiie evening was Walter W Wible m charter member who served ac the first and second president of the club A quartet from Captain Jack High School was introduced and sang several songs The group under the direction of Paul Jones music instructor included Glen Edgsns Jerry Gearhart Bob Wagner and Sam Cramer Highlight of the charter night was the presentation of special citations to ten members who were charter members and had maintained membership for 15 years Citations were presented bv C E Bell on behalf of Lions In ternational Recipients included Walter Andrews Jr Cecil E Bell Clinton H Dell Wilbur E Dell Walter E Hooper W Dean McCarty J P Mattern Guy F Spencer Earl Wagner and Wal ter W Wible They each received a chevron to add to the lapel at the Waynesboro fnd a charter monarch i May 6th j certificate Miss Lura Bolinger spent a day Ten PArarciA GREENLAND Mr and Mrs Harry C Green land of Three Springs Star Route wish to announce the en gagement of their daughter Patricia Romaine to Mr Lewis W Snyder son of Mr and Mrs Wade Snyder of Mount Union R D Miss Greenland is a graduate of Saltillo High School and is employed at McCrorys Ware house in Huntingdon Mr Snyder is a graduate of Captain Jack High School and is employed by the U S Weather Bureau in Washington D C A fall wedding is being plan ned chevrons were pre T t rm SS e recently in the Earl Long home Bell Elba Cocter carol and Karen Peterson Rose iucim Hann spent the weekend I Trwin B Coder Norman C Er Mary Thomas with his family this place Pete Giordano Robert J Frehn two daughters Beverly Ann man class j took read home to of his daughter Carolyn to Thur Nesbitt Jr The wedding this place Pete Giordano Robert J wedding Lowe and Ray E McMulien Bell and Wible then reviewed some of the highlights of the early years of the club The charter night committee Kerhn and Beaver Mrs Alma Miller and i an apron effect and Immediately following the wedPloyed mconsUucbon work presented daughter Linda Mrs Gertrude the skirt Householder Marilyn House r large bow accented the back of She wore a high style crown of During the business portion of vis md holder Mrs Mae Rader Mrs wore a mgn siyie urown 01 Blanche Lynn Mrs Lloyd Grove pearls to which Mrs Lena Stafps Mrc n was attached an imported French the meeting the committee seeking a summer meeting place reported and it was voted that the Club would meet each Thurs day at the American Legion Club beginning the first week in June o MrT Harriet a cuvcitr let OUHS dles v from her mother Her bridal ing the setting were white candles Norrk boucuet was a cascade arrangeCenterpiece for the buffet table Ie aushtenment of white orchids and lilyof was the punch b9wl Presidingj Norris Mrs and daughter McCall and daughter Ruby mother Mrs Emanuel Gloria 3Mrs centered Yrernovjwere Mrs H Clair Leonard ofj William L Croft of 8 Church daughter Carol Mrs Alice Helseliablewhite orchid HAPPY BIRTHDAY MAY 311962 was attached an imported French illusion fingertiplength veil Her Pearlsa ding a reception was in the After May 27 the newly weds church social room where thewill reside in their trailer home brides colors of white and jadeat James Creek green were used in decorations The bridal table was skirted inj white with the wedding cake cenj terpiece Surrounding the cake were greens and flowers Com nu0 trciu icauj ing the Scripture from Luke 1 MTrs Praver was given by Lucy Crist of Harrisburg spent thej was headed by W Dean McCarty story and thought for the parents in from T Eugene day from the Upper Room were Place Mr and Roll call was answered with the names of Bible women It was noted that members who are land Connelisburg Robertsdole iHuntingdon and Miss Florence Mrs Marie Smith Mrs Carole Miss Jean Batcheler of HuntingAnn Nelson of Harrisburg niece Smith and daughters Terri the maid of honor The and Jean Lynn brides sister Mrs Doris Nelson of of Sandra Foore Defiance Merle R DormanCherrytown Mrs I Sharon I Mr and Mrs Robert Irvin Petersburg R D ie seven old Mrs Robert Lincoln 323 Pean Street Huntingdon Mrs Wanda Henney 1106 Juniata Avenue Huntingdon Bonnie Marie Baker daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilmer D Baker of Huntingdon R D 1 is seven years old Brian Edmund Weaver Saxton Earl Hess Saxton Linda Lee Davis Saxton Chester Weaverling Saxton Margaret Garner Saxton Anthony Weimert Saxton Special guests were the vas the bridesmaid and Mrs A A Hartman Misses Tne attendants selected jade Betty Beaver and Ruth Ann KenSreen sheath dresses with chiffon Slnjer i overskirts The dresses were styled The next meeting will be held i with cap sleeves and square neck elines They wore white shoes gloves and pearl necklaces Their crowns were of chiffon pet S Senior High Class Held t Dell Linda Getz Martin Heas ter Dwight Stubbs Amy Wible and the counselor Norman Ernest Ladies Auxiliary To Serve Meal Arrangements for serving a cafeteria meal at a June fire mens festival were made by the Ladies Auxiliary to the Shavers Creek Valley Volunteer Fire Company at a meetingheld rer n I f cently in the community build deCO 17165 OH06 Ot The Senior High Class of the Mapleton Methodist Sunday School held its monthly meeting on May 15 in the church President Bab Coder led the group in devotion followed with prayer by Ben Dell An activity period planned by Diane And rews and Amy Wible was staged after the business session Refreshments were served by the hostess committee The next class gathering will be held on June 5 at Riverside of the bride They wore pink rose bud corsages gifts from the bride The guest book was handled by Miss Audrey Scott of Hesston the bridegrooms niece Out of town guests attended from Baltimore Md Gettysburg Fort Littleton Harrisburg Saxton Everett Williamsburg James Creek and Roaring Spring attached Each The couple will honeymoon in bouquet of tan Canada For traveling the new carnations and yellow daisy bride selected a blue suit with pompons Mr Ronald Garner of Hesston R D 1 a cousin of the bride white accessories and the white orchid from her bridal bouquet Mrs Garner was graduated Li groom was best man Ushers were from Huntingdon Area High School Parfc Those Diane Cheryl in attendence were Andrews Bob Coder Coder Ben Dell Max lAllene Stephens True Blue Sunday School Class Meets The True Blue Sunday School Class of the Calvin Methodist Church held its May meeting in the home of Mr and Mrs Ronald Endres of Calvin with six metnbers present The meeting openedwith the singingof Whispering Hope and Are Ye Able John 14 was read by Bud Mansberger followed with prayer by Clair Colbert The group closed the devotions by singing Lily of the Valley Like a Shepherd During the the class voted a contribution of 150 to the church building fund Plans were made for the class mem and Saviour Lead Us bers and their families to have a covered dish supper on June World War I Veterans Plan Coming Events The regular meeting of the Juniata Valley Barracks No 1433 Veterans of World War I was held Tuesday evening May 15 in the American Legion Home Senior vice commander Clarence D Gibbs presided Visitors from Tyrone Bar racks No 1407 in attendance in cluded Sylvester Walk comman der Hairy Hicks senior vice commander Lee Wertz and Carl Frye It was decided to hold the next regular meeting at the Mount Union Legion Colony Club A Street Rcbertsdale this morning received his bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsyl vania The Robertsdale young man was a member of a graduating class of 2545 The University of Pennsylvan ias 206th commencement was held hi the Municipal Auditorium in Philadelphia today with Dr Gay lord P Harnwell president of ill have been visited The meet ing ended wife the Mizpah bene diction Mr and Mrs Warren on Friday evening at the Knobs ville jBailey W Andrews Jr Ce Mrs Barry Soudersfo EBell and Wilbur E Dell have moved to Me The annual early summer g is going on See America Visitors in the home of Mr and Hancock Md Mrs H O Ha mil on Sunday evening May 13 were Miss Olive Wible and Mrs Martin McCleary of McConnellsburg and Mrs Lil home of Mr and Mrs William Koehler The Koehler family moved to this place recently Mr and Mrs Raymond Kerlin spent last Saturday evening with Mr and Mrs Ernest Yeager off Tennis Great New York The late Bill Til lian Fraker of Fort Littleton den won exactly 40 major tennis The Rev and Mrs Rogertitles in nearly 20 years of cam Mackey spent last Sunday evepaigning as an amateur ning with Mrs Erma Cline Mr and Mrs Chauncey Fyan with Mrs spent the weekend1 Fyans sister Mrs the university presiding Douglas Dillon secretary the treasury of the U S wasiMd the main speaker President FeljMrs Kathryn Burns Mr and Mrs Jesse Cline and family of Everett spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Burns OF Mr and Mrs Michael Dubas1 ofand two daughters of Towsoniy spent Mothers Day Dubas parents Mir Aouni Union Monumental Works AUTHORIZED DEALER and up Your Credit Swartz Jewelry Co Ill Wash St Huntingdon HouphouetBoigny of the Ivory Mrs Robert Cromer All spent the Coast was also a speaker afternoon at the farm home Croft is the son of Mr and MrsMr and Mrs Boyd Cromer andS Irvin Croft of Robertsdale I family He was an honor student during Horace B Kesserling of SacraS his four years at the university I mento Cal and Mr and Mrs S He was an honor graduate fromiprville Gray of Belair Md called Roberts1 ale High School in 1956 the Earl Long home recently For a period of two years he served with the Marine Corps Reserve prior to entering the university Croft is married to the former Joyce Angelo daughter of Mr and Mrs Anthony Angelo of Bar nettstown Mr and Mrs Gabriel Conte family and Mrs Erma Cline spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs 3 Orville Beatty of Needmore S Mr and Mrs Russell Martz are1 erecting a sunparlor addition their home jx Mr and Mrs Albin Welsh andiS 211 Fifth Street Flowers Weaver The Florist I The young man has accepted a Mr and Mrs H 0 Hamii visited Huntingdon Phone Ml 30530 position with the General Electric Corporation at Syracuse Mr and Mrs Croft attended the graduation ceremonies this morning along with another son and daughterinlaw Mr and Mrs Thomas Croft of Alexandria Va Big Odds ing Petersburg RD Mrs Madej line Harman conducted After routine business matters The marriage of Mrs Allene 2 at 7 The meeting closed members will be obligated and it were discussed a social hour was j Thomas Stephens of Ebensburg iwltl1 Ule Pra3rng of the Lords is hoped that the national corn held and refreshments Mr Charles Stoyka of 512JPrayer mander will be present The regular meeting night is the third Tuesday of each month For the past year meetings have been held at the American Legion Home but starting with the October session and for the iuu away last picnic is planned to be held at Dunedin Fla The Profesweek at the Futon Paradise Park and at the October i swnal Golfers Association figures Center at McConnellsburg He meeting a new member night the odds against making a holehad spsnt the wmter montns6with will be held At this time new inone are HaJ7i ys son LemUeL served by Mrs June Corbin and Twelfth Street Huntingdon was Social hour followed when the M solemnized on Friday evening j11081683 served delicious refresh April 27 1962 in the sanctuary i nients Attendingwere Clair of the Abbey Church Huntingi Colbert Bud and Pat Mans don Officiating was the Rev larger Lois Swope Ruth Ann Mrs Mary Miller Others attending were Mrs Mary Rush Mrs Virginia Davis Mrs Florence Miller Mrs Mar garet McGargle Mrs Harman Mrs Betty Sally Lalli Boonie and Mrs Robert K Nace Mr and Mrs Stoyka are both Ebensburg Cam Swope Carol Vickie Connie Tina Endres Bruce Swope and CALENDAR i graduates of bria High School Class of 1930 and Fave Endres Mrs Stoyka daughter of Mrs George Thomas Highland Avei nue Bbewtoirg and the late MrlJuniata Va 6V Thomas is a secretary in the offices of the County Aericul R 3 n ri tr iDdllU next year the meeting place will the host and hostess Ronald be the VFW Home Huntingdon Monday May 21 Ladies Auxiliary to the No 2 Fire Company Huntingdon will meet the ire hall at pm Mrs Pearljvation Committee Ebensburg Wright will speak AU members are Mr Stovka a sraduare nf Tmi J spea urged to he prsficnt Tuesday May 22 WSCS of the I5th Street Methodist Church will meet at pm in the church social room Reports of tiie General Assembly will be heard The late Mr and Mrs John Ruth Ann Swope Honored On 8th Birthday Th executive board will meet at 7 pm No 2 and Hook and Ladder Fire Companies will meet in No 2 Fire Hall at 8 pm McConnellstown Grange No 1001 will meet In regular session at 8 pm in the Grange Hall vices on trains traveling f rOm i the music room of the Juniata Pittsburgh to New York He is a Valley High School on Monday sm nf evening May 14 President Phyl lis Lambert presided at the ses ers held a monthly meeting in Calvin was recently honored at a Stoyka of Colver West Highland Ebensburg Past Noble Grands of Lady Delia 1 Rebekah Lodge will meet In the home of Robert Edelblute 802 Warmj Blessed Events Springs pm ATemie Huntingdon at S Ladies Auxiliary to the Markles burg Volunteer Fire Company will meet in the Fire Bam at 8 pm Wednesday May 23 Huntingdon County Historical So ciety rooms will be open to the pub lic from 1 to 5 pm Donation Grange No 330 will meet in the Orange Hall for a cover d dish luncheon at pm Ladles bring covered dishes Business meeting at 8 pm Third and fourth degrees will be conferred There will not be a meeting for Juvenile Grangers at this time Some school boards hardpress ed for more classroom space have discovered that steelfram ed mobile homes are a fast low cost solution to Oitir problem Mr and Mrs Edward Thomp son of Long Island New York are proud to announce th arrival of their second son born MI May 16 1962 The baby ha Jeen named Kevin Harold Th taternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Arthur Thompson o Allenport Mount Union and th maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Charles Reigle o FactoryvJlle a Spring Rainwear ly Sherbroek New StylesNew Colors VOGUE SHOP 519 Washington St After a wedding trip to WilSlon which opened with the pray hamsburg Va they are residing m2 of tte Lords Prayer Avenue L reports were presented toy the officers A donation will be sent by the Band Boosters to a Winchester Va church where the band members chang ed clothes before and after par ticipating in the Apple Blossom Parade Rash Isenberg band director presented an interesting report concerning the Winchester trip Refreshments will be served to the high school band on Memorial Day by the Band Boosters Plans were completed for the serving of the alumni banquet on May 26 Members present were Flor ence Seiner Dorothy Isenberg Mary Showalter Madeline Fraz ier Ruth Fetterhoof Mary Ten nis Isabel Yocum Viola Davis Clara Black Eleanor Yocum Frances Brown Eva Isenberg Jean Hunk Lolly Gensimore Evelyn Grove and Harriet Gensi more birthday party Ruth Ann cele brated her eighth birthday on May 5 Games provided lots of enter tainment during the party Tasty refreshments were served in cluding a large doll birthday cake Ruth Ann received many nice gifts Those attending the party were Tanya and Oarla Swope Robin Chamberlain Yolanda Guiries David Wright all of Robertsdale Connie Wright Timmy Scott Al len Isenberg Gwen and Jefferyj MoClain all of Huntingdon Star Route Devera Connie and Tina Endres Debra McKnight Loui Ann Danny and Tammy Mans berger Sherry Kuhstos Kathy David and Terry McClain aH of Calvin Those who assisted Ruth Anns mother were Mrs Anna Swope of Roberts and Mrs Pat Mansberger of Calvin High Tie New Haven Conn The Yale i Dartmouth game of 1931 produced The meeting will be heldhe highest tie Lcore ever played June U the Ugh school in major college foxtail ttflg TUESDAY May 22 at p m on WHUN Listen to lets Talk It Over when Jo McMeen will salute Raymond F Getty HUNTINGDON Retiring Superintendent Of Schools Mr and Mrs Max Snyder and son Jeffrey were recent visitors for a day in Altoona Mr and Mrs Roy Divens are the proud parents of a son bornj at the Fulton County Medical Center at McConnellsburg on April 30 j Orlando Wible underwent sur Orlando Wible at the Waynesboro Hospital on Sunday afternoon May 13 The Cheerful Workers Club met last Friday evening at the home of Mrs Russell Martz Nine members were present The next meeting will be held on Friday evening June 8 with the Rev Ruth McOannell as hostess Claude Hill passed away last COLD CASH MalcM Warm Prtaicfe Salt Some Away 3 interest ooid MAPLETON DEPOT V PA Friday Eveningi 5 to 7 at Mill Crank I LENOX CHINA I THE OLYMPIA SOWL THE OLYMPIA HOSTESS PLATTER I 423 St Huntingdon Phone Ml 31700   

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