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Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania THE DAILY NEWS Monday June 9 1969 PAGE 11 Front row left to right Ruth Heffner Susan Hoover Lii cenda Holland Mary Ann Hordubay Deborah Henney Lorraine Hutchings Lois Hetrick Edna Igou Susan Isett Cooper Jane Smith Maxine Horton Noreen Hood Diane Hicks and Cindy Hoffman Back row Jeanette Jacobs Robert Henry Michael Hulin John Jackson Dale Heffner John Kauffman Dennis Holsinger David Hoover William Hearn Robert Hol lingshead Christopher Hohman Donald Heaton David Heber g and Susan Howe J KiS 2S LSi Norrls Mores Pandolfino EM Prct Vlaa Morfcr mi M P Miller Martha Morgan and Susan Miller Back row George Front row left to right Ricky Lehman Mary Leszek Nancy Kyper Susan Laird Bonnie Jones Doris Laird Cathy Me Dowell Cathy Knode Ststt VivJenhe Kemp Suzanne Mac Donald Susan Lang Judy Keller Back row Carol Jamison Ann Langdon Donald Lechliter Terry Lewis Richard Kalos Stephen Jeffries Donald Ludick Stephen Kelly Alan Kemp Cloyd Low Deborah Lang Kathy Maroney ivonne Shope and Marcia Shope Back row David Rainey Front row left to right Deborah Smith Rita Murray Susan imlth Deborah Steele Kathryn Slawson Cathy Stuller Sandra Taylor Joan Suba and Suzanne Strait flack row Ronald Waiz Boss Season Starts June 14 Weve Everything You Need To Catch The Big Ones Hines I Worms Night Crawlers We Issue Pennn Fishing Licenses S2995 Heddon Costing Rod Given Away Free For The LONGEST LENGTH BASS Caught In Case of TieHeaviest Weight Card Of 25 Millers Lures for The 2nd Longest Bass Must Be Measured and Weighed At Our Si ore ALSOAll Bass 12 and Over Registered Will Be Eligible For Free Drawing on Heddon Spin Cast Rod and A Second Draw ing For 12 Millers Lures Contest Ends Monday July 7 1969 Heddon Rods Are New Style Ferrule less CORBIN HARDWARE Formerly Corcelius Hdwe AND SPORTfNG GOODS 62JMifflin Sf Roxes Huntingdon Lawn Mowers Christopher Snyttor Coiirlnev Snyiter Sandra Trtiner CUhv Turbett Barbara Thompson Doiini Specj Barbara on Christopher Waiter Raymond VauRlmii and David Snre A utnr is sak to he dry KirH faiiu1 Clu il is completely feriucnro CMLO nurdiiun wbs lln first t lus only 1 y is hvJIV Front row left to right Nancy Wolfe Peggy Zook Wanda Wilson Susan Tetreauit Patricia Weaverling Mary Wood Judy Wilmoth LaDonna Weiler Drenda Zug VirginiaWlssinger Brenda Wellnr Peggy Walters and Patti Weir Back row Larry Wilson John Walker Alen Wilson Robert Warsing Stephen Wilson Phil Weaver Stephen WJke tliomas Woods Donald Weidel Stephen Williams Christopher Whalen James Zauzig and Jay Updyke On His Da Sunday June We Have A Fine Selection of Comfortnblo Chairs To Please Dad A Gift That He Will Roolly Appreci ate and Use Come Choose Soon Budget Plensiny Prices FURNITURE SAXTON Walerslreel Roy Logan 01 Watorstreet made a trip last week to Indi ana to pick up a truck cab and to attend a truck drivers train ing program In a few weeks he will take a job hauling house trailers for the Morgan company Mr and Mrs Robert AnrJers of GypsJe Camp Hollow and their son Robert Jr visited the form ers parents Mr and Mrs Jack Anders of Waterstreet on Friday afternoon Gorden T Waite went to New Jersey with James and John Bishop of Altoona on Sunday to go deep sea fishing Mr and Mrs Richard Kooken of Cleveland Ohio visited Mr and Mrs Robert Kooken over the Memorial Day weekend Miss Susan Anders and Miss Jacquelyn Loganof enjoyed a picnic atColeralnPark on Memorial Day Miss Anders received a severe sunburn and was unable to attend school She Is receiving medical attention Sunday visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Roy Logan of Water street were Mr and Mrs Richard Kooken of Cleveland Ohio and Mrs Grace Anders and children Debra Thomas and Dennis Mr and Mrs E A Waite and children Rose Marie David and Jeffrey were Sunday callers In the home of Mr and Mrs Eugene Waite Mr and Mrs Robert Anders and son Robert Jr visit ed In the same home Mr and Mrs William Snyder and children Steven Sandra Michael and David of Hollldays burg spent Memorial weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Rob ert Patterson and family Mr and Mrs Barry Aungst ofWater street were Sunday dinner guests of the Pattersons Murray Gllday and family visit ed Mr and Mrs Barry Aungst at Waterstreet recently Miss Barbara Patterson and Sandra Snyder her cousin and Susan Anders spent Saturday at Lakemont Park Mrs Janet Biggs of Phila delphia and her son Paul visited In the Charles Weko home Her daughter Mary Scott Biggs graduated from the Juniata Val ley High School on Tuesday June 3 She accompanied her family back to Philadelphia Mrs Rosemary Anders and Mrs Patricia Logan of Water street attended the class night banquet at the Juniata Valley High School Mrs Logans son David a member of the senior class graduated on June 3 APPLICATIONS FOR DAILY NEWS ROUTES ARE NOW BEING RECEIVED THERE ARP TWO DOWNTOWNROUTES IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE IF INTERESTED APPLY AT DAILY NEWS OFFICE 325 PENN ST WE NEED Corrugated Cordboard Ncws pcipcrs Batteries Brass Cop per Aluminum Zinc Highest Prices Huntingdon Scrap Co 1518 Ponn St Ph 6431454 Escapes Hungary loses 105 Ibs I sang I mni big jokes Uut inside J was crying said Alice Banoczky of nudnpcsL She haled hiring fnt and comical she GScajicd Hungary and cameto the USA kept for something lo help her lone wtijht Then discovered the redueinit plnn candy with no harmful druRS Taken as direcvcd Ayda liolps you curb your appolitc On I lie Ayda IJlan Alice wiL from 210 to 1M Try some AvnilaMr in three flavors REA DERICK 615 WASHINGTON ST 6439945
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