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Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania PAGE 10 THE DAILY NEWS Monday June 9 1969 y Graduates Of Huntingdon Area High School 1969 Huntingdon Area High School seniors are shown as they pose for group photos In the front row left to right are Jack Bair Elaine Banks Elizabeth Blair Donna Black Vickl Beaver Barbara Baker Judith Banks Maxlne Baker and Wlllard Bookwaiter Back row James Black Randall Book hamer Phillip Banks Edward Bilicu James Blumenstein Nelson Banks Keith Black Jeffrey Binney Randall Booher Alfred Beatty John Bjckle and Wayne Baker Front row left to right Madeline Calon Delores Couch Martha Couch Shirley Culbertson Debbie Culbertson Diane Corcelius Connie Couch Martha Brown Carol Coffman and Toni Long Back row Jay Coffman Jeffrey Ciampa Thomas Brown David Cecil William Corcellus Eric Crouch Marlin BrincUe Steve Corbin Carl Brown Robert Collins Duane Coy and Robert Conrad Front row left to right Barbara Cussins Barbara Lemin Patricia Dunkle Judith Edwards Sharon Felton Barbara Doug lass Mary Kay Dunlap Nan Elliott Gloria Feagley Debra Finfcle Snow Back row Deborah Fisher Lance Diggins Michael Finkle Jack DeForrest Edward Guyer Robert Diehl Thomas Fleck Michael Davis William Flasher Galen Knode Elizabeth Endres Front row left to right David Hawn Terry Lightner Lisa Harshbarger Janine Gosnell Pamela Hearn Linda Gray Helen Harker Henry Kathleen Gibboney Peggy Hawn Susan Gibbs Felton Stephen Haller and James Greenland Back row Thomas Fleck Gary Green James Hagans Richard Frew Christopher Hann Gary Hagans David Glpple Steven Fleck James Grace Gerald Gutshall Jeffrey Hall Bradley Goss Richard Gutshall Benjamin Greenfield and Milton Harris Ailch Mrs Chloe Cressman of Hess ton RD held a social hour at her home on Wednesday May 28 Delicious refreshments were served to the following guests Mrs Alice Coffman Huntingdon RD 1 Mrs Flora Grove Mrs Frances Stauffer Mrs Sara Hammon and daughter Bethany Mrs Mildred Grove Mrs Char lotte Felton Mrs Zelda Eny eart Mrs Eleanor Grubb Mrs Deborah Cressman and son Lar ry Mrs Lurlne Lawson from Aitch RD anrl the hostess Mrs Chloe Cressman Mrs Freda Forbes of Altoona her son and daughterinlaw Mr and Mrs Thomas Forbes of Washington DC visited in the summer home of the formers brotherinlaw and twin sister Mr and Mrs Arthur Gower of Schells Bricigp Clair Fink of Canton Ohio is visiting his cousins Mr and Mrs James H Grove at Aitch RD Mr and Mrs Dean Grove of Entriken left for California on Mothers Day They stopped in Abilene Kansas and visited President Elsenhowers home town They hunted for the graves of their aunts Nannie Mae and Gracie Grove at Hutcheson Kan sas and decorated the graves with flowers They spent this past week in the state of Washington rand expect to return to Pennsyl vania on June 14 Miss Amelia Hampton spent several days with her brother inlaw and sister Mr and Mrs Miles Norris Sr at Huntingdon RD returning home Wednes day Mrs Mildred Harris spent the holidays with her soninlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Lee Nokes and family at Lionsvllle Recent visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Linton Hoover at Hesston were Mrs Daisy Hor ton of Williamsburg Mrs Lois Bumgardner of Marklesburg iVJiss Ruth Ann Kenslnger of Al toona and Mrs Martha G Ken singer of Aitch RD Mr and Mrs Arthur Gower of St Petersburg Fla and Schells Bridge motored to Pittsburgh and spent some time with Dowers brotherinlaw and sister Mr and Mrs Laren Burt at Pitts burgh Mrs Mary Kooker and dau ghter Miss Catherine Shultz of Dublin Pa spent the holiday weekend in the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Clapper at Cherry town While there they visited Mrs Kookers brother Charles Baughman at Saxton and their cousins Miss Ruth Ann Kensin gor and mother and James H Grove Aitch RD Mr and Mrs Miles Norris Sr of Huntingdon RD were Sun day dinner guests of her sister Miss Amelia Hampton Mr and Mrs William R Grove daughter Sharon of Jun iata Altoona visited his sister Mrs Martha G Kensinger and family Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs George Rose of St Petersburg Fla have retur ned to their summer home at Schells Bridge Mr and Mrs Elwood States of Huntingdon visited their son inlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs George Schell at Schells Bridge on Tuesday evening Waterfall Mr and Mrs Ward Bergstres ser of Huntingdon and Clarence Henry of Elizabethtown visited Mrs Nora Bergstresser on Thursday Mr and Mrs John Black and children of Greencastle Mr and Mrs Fred Culler and children of Millerstown Mrs Shir ley Gra cey Mrs Lois Brantner and Mrs Gloria Shafer visited in the home of Mr and Mrs Ron ald For man recently Mrs Shirley Parsons and chil dren Billy and Julie Bonnie Young and Keebaugh visi ted Mrs Mary Knepper at her home Mr and Mrs Jack Gracey of Lewistown and Mr and Mrs Leon Newman of Baden Mrs Olive Sheats of Biglerville and Mr and Mrs Lament Bergstresser of McConnellsburg visited Mrs Nora Bergstresser over the week end The Rev and Mrs Hart were callers in the same home recently Mrs Mary Knepper and Mrs Robert Knepper and daughter Harriett attended an antique shew in Carlisle recently Mr and Mrs Elmer K Mel ions participated in Memorial Day services at Union Cemetery and at the courthouse in Mc Connellsburg on the 30th Mel ious also participated in memor ial services in Buck Valley He was accompanied by his wife and Mrs Goldie dchaffer Mrs Rachel McClain is still a patient in Huntingdon hospital Her many friends and neighbors hope she wilJ be able to come home soon Mrs Nina Cutchall is taking treatments at the Polyclinic Hos pital in Harrisburg She is in Room 278 and would enjoy hear ing from her friends Mrs Mary Knepper visited her parents Mr and Mrs M A Grissinger Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Matt Bergstres ser of Pittsburgh spent the week end here with their brother and sister They also visited Mrs Edith Cutchall at Chambersburg Mr and Mrs James Eisaman Mrs Betty Hess and daughter Mr and Mrs Donald Eisaman attended the wedding of their grandson and nephew Saturday at Beech Creek Mrs Goldie Schaffer of Saint Thoraas visited Mr and Mrs Elmer Melions and Mrs Harold Straley over the weekend Mrs Rachel McClajns sister Snra visited friends here for several days and called on her sister in the Huntingdon hospital Price Motor Soles CHRYSLERPLYMOUTH VALIENT CossviMe Pa Phone 4482297 INVEST wiih One of The Best H u n I i n d o n Savings and Loan Phone 6433000 WANTED Sewing Machine Operators With or Without Experience We Will train Apply In Person At ROBIN FOOTWEAR CORP 208 N Division St Moimf Union OK Kids FATHERS DAY JUNE15 I NEED Bathrobe Slacks Beach Jacket Socks Belt Sport Coat Gift Certificate Swim Trunks Fathers Day Is Coming and We iNeecl Your Help To Help us Choose A Nice Fathers Day Present For PS Please Check This List and Give It To Mommy XXX Golf Jacket Jewelry Pajamas Raincoat Shirts Slippers Ties Toiletries Wallet ALSO MY SIZES ARE COLORS I LIKE MY FAVORITE STORE IS 719 WASHINGTON ST HUNTINGDON Men and women are needed to fill challenging and rewarding 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