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   Daily News (Newspaper) - May 6, 1965, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                PAGE TWELVE ii i Picture Exhibit Forty four Mack and white photographs by Lillian M Jun gs assistant director of public information at Juniata will be THE DAILY NEWS HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA THURSDAY MAY 6 1965 on display for the remainder of the week in the Shoemaker Art Galleries of Carnegie Building Junas work portrays a classical approach in the aes thetic and a can did realistic approach in the documentary and human inter est photographs NEFFS MILLS QUALITY FURNITURE JET THRIFTY PRICES An annual spring cleaning event Quality Furniture and now at a better prieel Includes Fine Early Ameri can suites chairs Provin cial and Contemporary Perfect for Mother on Hed Day You save to per suite New from E3lsSElj Gentle safe way to get upholstery beautifully clean AEROSOL UPHOLSTERY SHAMPOO KIT Just push the button Foam does the work Wont wak or streak Nodtipno mess Safe on leather vinyl fabrics but tvivet Kit does MfaandZ Chain 2 Cans Applicator CHAIRS Reduced in Time for Mothers Day Giving This time a gift of comfortable furniture delights the whole family s 705 Washington St Huntingdon Mrg Edward Ashton Mrs L H Hutchison and daugh ter Wanda called to see Mrs Alfred McCarty of Barree Road Monday afternoon Ash ton also called on Mrs J B Isenberg of Alexandria Miss Mary Castine and Mrs Bertha Gilfiland were callers Thursday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs J I Foster o Cottage Mrs Maine Isenberg of Carlisle Mrs Alice Lightner of Pine Grove Mills Mrs Max Isenberg and Confer Eberle were also callers in the Foster home Mr and Mrs Ralph Hender son of Huntingdon visited his mother Mrs George Hender son one evening during the week The officers of Sunday Schoo District No 4 will meet in the home of Mr and Mrs Car Bickett of McAlevys Fort Mon day evening June 7 C 0 R S A G E S WEAVER THE FLORIST 211 Fifth Street Phone 6430530 DRESSES COATS SUITS RAINCOATS tfLOUSES SWEATERS SKIRTS SLACKS GIFT CERTIFICATES GIFT BCXES 2 Great Stores SAXTON or HUNTINGDON SLIPS GOWNS PAJAMAS DUSTERS PANTIES HOSIERY GLOVES HANDBAGS SCARFS Mr and Mra Wesley Porter lave returned after spending several days in Atlanta Ga The Mooresville WSCS will meet Friday evening May 7 in he home of Mrs Gerald Croyle Having spent the winter months in Huntingdon Miss Zelda McAlevy has returned to tier home in Cottage Mrs Carlton Irvin and Mrs Clair Bobbins of Barree were callers of Mr and Mrs J I Poster and Miss Maude Johns ion of Cottage Sunday after noon Mr and Mrs Albert Bortak of McKeesport and Mrs Glenn Boonie called on Mr and Mrs Edward Ashton Sunday Mrs Arthur Yooum and chil dren of Barree visited Mr and Mrs L H Hutchison and fa mily Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Edward Ashton called on Mr and Mrs Ralph Russler of Petersburg one eve ning during the week Mr and Mrs Wayne Boonie Jr and son of Huntingdon called Sunday on Mr and Mrs Gerald Lightner and sons Mrs Boonie and Mrs Lightner visit ed Mr and Mrs Eugene Boon ie and son of Saulsburg one evening Shirley Boonie spent the week with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Gerald Lightner Timmy Lightner was an overnight guest of Jimmy Smith of Petersburg Recent visitors of Mrs Irene Boonie were Mr and Mrs Earl Boonie Sr and Mr and Mrs George T r o x e 11 of Beaver Springs Mr and Mrs Wesley Boonie and family of McAlevys Fort Mr and Mrs Eugene Boonie and son of Saulsburg Mrs George Mehl of Peters burg Mr and Mrs David Boonie and Robin Rutledge of Tyrone Mrs Wayne Boonie and son of Huntingdon Mrs Gerald Lighter Miss Shirley Boonie and the Glenn Boonie family Mr and Mrs Jamas Boonie and son Jeffrey visited her parents Mr and Mrs Paul Mover of Entriken on Sunday Mr and Mrs Dwane Hgen of Centre Hall spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Roy Smith Jr and sons The Smith family spent with Mr and Mrs Theodore Couch of Petersburg RD I Mrs Mary Jane Simpson oi I Baltimore Md was a weekenc 1 guest of Mrs Jane Hagans Other visitors were MissBetty Hagans and Mrs Everhart and son of Petersburg Mrs Leali Rhodenizer and brother Harrj Arnoldof Mapleton Depot and Charles Hagans of Alexandria Fulton County Medical Center ADMITTED Robert Fix McConnellsburg Betty Hixon Hancock Md Dorothy Johnson Hyattsville Md Ettie Hill Washington PC Evelyn Suders McConnells burg James Myers Warfordsburg Bertha Kirk Warfordsburg Lois Morton St Thomas Clyde Mellott Needmore Maude Ott McConnellsburg Thomas Jenkins McConneUs burg Barbara Hanks Harrison ville Mabel DeShong McConnells burg Bertha Deneen Crystal Springs Clyde Norris Warfordsburg DISCHARGED Ira Lake Harrisonville Edith Layton Fort Loudon Robert Norris Columbus Mr and Mrs Carl Rdnard of Buffalo visited Mrs Rinards mother Mrs Margaret Phillips and brotherinlaw and sister Mr and Mrs Robert Clawson over the weekend Mrs Phillips remains about the same Mr and Mrs Ralph Hiqueti attended the funeral of a rela tive Mrs Florient in Charleroi on Tuesday of last week Mrs Harold Zimmerman mio JLI o i v i u mujuig uic TVCCJVCIWI ITAIO visited Mrs Ruth Barry at Saxiwilliam Light and sons cjf Cum on Ohio Carolyn Tannery Morton Big Cove Ann Marie Black Waterfall Grace Swope McOonnells burg Gayle Shaffer Fannettsburg David Reefer Big Cove Tan nery Marlene Kerldn McConnells burg Joann Long Three Springs Sndy Kerlin McConnellsburg Ralph Pine Mereerstmrg Helen HSnn Big Cove Tan nery Chester Feagley McConneUs burg Dorothy Johnson Hyattsville Md Ettie Hill Washington D C BIRTHS A daughter was born to Mr nd Mrs GeorgeMorton R D St Thomas on April 28 Mrs orton is the former Lois Eiia ibeth Henry RIDDLESBURG visited Mr and Mrs David Ford on Sunday Mr and Mrs Raymond Hamm spent the weekend with their son and daughterinlaw Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hamm at Ohambersburg A number of children in town are home from school with mumps and measles Those visiting ih the home of Mr and Mrs Sam during the weekend were Mrs T At one time pearls rarn only by men were NEW TRUCKS USED TRUCKS BIG TRUCKS LITTLE TRUCKS ALL MAKE TRUCKS ALL MODEL TRUCKS YOU WANT IT WE HAVE IT OR WILL GET IT QUICK I ton RD last week She also caEed on Mr and Mrs Don Zimmerman in Martinaburg Bobby Spargo with some Mends attended the Cherry Blossom Festival in Winches ter Va on Friday Miss Mary Hamm and Oreri Otten of Hopewell Wall Hamm of McKeesport and Walter Get ig of Marklestourg visited Anna Conley last week Mr and Mrs Roy MeHott North Lima Ohio called in the home of Mr and I in Ralph Wills last week Mrs J A Shuck who has been staying with heir Lawrence Guyer at Loysburg spent the weekend at her home here Bobbie Ann Braffier of Mc Connellsburg is spending some time with her grandparents Mr and Mrs William Skipper A wedding was solemnized ih the Church of the Brethren on Saturday afternoon when Miss Marjorie Kelley daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Fred Kel ley became the bride of Mr Ronald Barton son of Mr and Mrs William Barton of Hope well RD The Rev Horace Clapper performed the wedding ceremony Immediatev follow ing the reception which was held in the social room of the church and served by the Ladies of the Churoh the couple left for Virginia where they will make tiieir home Mr and Mrs Elmer Smiih of Hopewell Sonja Sylvia Cynthia and Ron nie Brotmarkle of Cumberlaad Mr and MrS David MeMurtra and family of Sax tan Mr and Mrs Roy Melott of North Lima Ohio Mr and Mrs Ronald Morton and daughters of Everett and Mr and Mrs Orlo Hart Mrs Ortrude FSgard is a pa tient in the J C Blair Memor ial GIFTS FOR MOTHERS DAY The Gay Shop Shirley Division Mount UnioB WHIN MMUTB COUNT MNKIMMYOIKCM FirstGrange National Bank of Huntingdon Huntingdon Pa Member FDIC FLORAL AND FOLIAGE TOTEM POLES Life Like Plastic Potted Plants 30 and M High Lasting Gifti For Mother OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Garner Motors J04 Sth St Huntingdon Pa 6431588 SPECIALI FIELDERS MITT Value Only 17 to tell at this low price Baseball SHOES and SAVE little Shoes Ttftner And Bastball Spike Shoes 6 to 13 HEADQUARTERS Baseball CAPS FREE FREE tot Thursday 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