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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                Scholarship Anii Landers Answers Your Problems TIMOTHY MASLANIK Timothy Maslanik son of Mr and Mrs Alex Maslanik at Dudley has been awarded a three year scholarship to attend Williamson Trade Sch ool in Media Tim is a 1969 graduate of Tussey Mountain High School He played end on the Titan foot ball team during the past sea son Residential Commercial industrial Soles Service F ixtures Corcelius Electric Shop 406 7th Street Huntingdon Phone 6433101 Bfaine E Corbin Owner Dear Ann Landers Who gave you a license to play God How can you be sure your advice is always right Well It isnt and I know because I am one at your victims Three years ago when I was 16 I became pregnant My boy friend was 18 When I told Mickey I was carrying his child be left town He didnt say where be was going he just left My mother had died the year before and I hated my stepfather I was scared to death and felt all alone when wrote to you for advice You sug gested the Florence Crittenton home and closed by saying Give the baby up for adoption then get back In school and graduate I took your advice and Ill never forgive myself Mickey showed up last week and wanted to see his child When I told him what I had done he broke down and cried like a baby He said he had come back to marry me but he hated the sight of me because I gave away his child He said I had no right to do that and he would never forgive me You have ruined my life Ann Landers On account of you I gave away my baby and I lost a chance to marry a wonderful boy Nellie Dear Nellie The advice I gave you was good advice at the time Id give it again The best solu tion for a 16yearold pregnant girl whose boyfriend takes a hike is to give up her child for adopt Uon The chances of the boy returning and offering marriage are mightly slim As for your having lost a chance to marry a wonderful boy I see nothing wonderful about a heel who disappears and leaves his pregnant girl friend to face the future alone Dear Ann Landers Im going to marry a wonderful man whose last name is the same a notarious crook It so happens tha the crook is a distant relative of my fiances father like a third cou sin The wedding is in August and several of my out of town relatives are coming for the oc casion I am certain they will ask me if my husband is re lated to the hoodlum What shall I say Gee Gee Dear G Say Yes Hes a cousin Nobody will believe it Dear Ann Landers I am an 18 yearold girl who is ashamed to be asking this question but I do need an answer When a young man takes me to the door to say good night a very special young man of would it be too ob vious if 1 removed my glasses in anticipation of a goodnight kiss I would die on the spot If I took off my glasses and he didnt kiss me Please answer in the paper My mother never looks to see to whom a letter is ad dressed She opens everything Thank you Paned Dear Paned Ive checked with several young ladies who wear specs and they say glasses do not discourage romance In other words gents often make passes at girls who wear glasses Confidential to BrokenHeart ed Lorraine Cheer up Scars can be more valuable than medals You learn from them what not to do again Alcohol is no shortcut to social success If you think you have to drink to be accepted by your friends get the facts Read Booze and You For Teen Agers Only by Ann Landers Send 35 cents in coin and a long self addressed stamped en velope with your request Arm Landers will be glad to help you with your problems Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stampted self addressed en velope c 1969 Publishers HallSyn dicate Wood THE DAILY NEWS Monday June 9 1969 PAGE 3 Steaks Spaghetti Seafoods Ph 643 4900 For Take out orders Private Dining Room Available Kellys Korner Smithfield Sttglfeljs STORE FOR MEN and CARRIAGE HOUSE Ipen Mondays Fridays 99 fur Your Shopping Convenieiice WE HONOR GOLDEN CIRCLE VALIDATED PARKING METER TOKENS NOW A NEW PRESOAPING For The Finest In Automalic CAR WASHING PreSoaping 25e Wash 50c Wax 25c ri Sat 99 Sundays 8 To 9 Attendant On Duty Get Your Next Automatic CAR WASH FREE With A S500 FILLUP At STANDING STONE ESSO If You Dont Have A Blue Cord Ask For One ALL SEASONS CAR WASH Rf St Huntingdon 7 Days A Week Mrs Amanda Brown of State College is spending some time with her niece Mrs Ruth Mit chell Mr and Mrs Richard Wright and family of Fayetteville spent the weekend In the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Rouke Mr and Mrs Steve Machtnshak and daughter of Harrisburg spent from Thursday until Su iday with her parents Mr and Mrs Gussie Williams Mrs Helen Everettes of Calif ornia is visiting her soninlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Willis Swope Mr and Mrs George Flgard and Marie spent the weekendwlth their son and daughterinlaw Mr and Mrs Leon Flgard in Massachusetts Mr and Mrs Joseph Palko Jr of North Carolina spent the weekend with his parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Palko Sr Mrs Mary Zanylo of Hunting don and Katie Sitch attended the commencement exercises which held Wednesday evening May 28 at Sliippensburg State College The latters daughter Mary Kay Sitch received her BS degree Sylvester Painter of Lebanon spent the weekend in the home of Mr and Mrs Owen Stinson Mr and Mrs Thoburn Bolin ger of York visited from Friday until Sunday Mrs NelleEvsrhart and other relatives Mrs Genevieve Brown spent Friday with her soninlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Dennis Baughman at Altoona George Trohinowsky has re turned to Vashlngton DC tifter spending week visiting in the home of Mr and Mrs Peter Poleck Wasco Poleck of Clarion was a guast in the same home Peter Sabolice is a patient in the Nason Hospital at Roaring Spring School Bus Driver 36 Years Earl Pyle school bus driver In Jackson Township for 36 years rounded out his career last Friday with the close of school in the Huntingdon Area School System He first drove a school bus In 192627 and then his second contract lasted from 1934 until 1969 His first students were Eugene Simon Emogene and Florence Wilson Building principal Jesse Mills was on hand to congratulate Pyle as he started his final run on Friday The three riders are Paul Snare Susan Powell and Tim Hagans Huntingdon Co Library News USED TRUCKS NEW TRUCKS BIG TRUCKS LITTLE TRUCKS ALL MAKE TRUCKS ALL MODEL TRUCKS YOU WANT IT WE HAVE IT OR WILL GET IT QUICK Garner Motors Huntingdon Pa 6431580 Through These Doors estab 1932 FLEXNIT save Cool Comfortable Lightweight AdjustAThigh Panty Girdle LADIES STORE OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 PM 5598 PANTY GIRDLE 5586 LONG LEG PANTY GIROLF ADULT NONFICTION Here at last is the book youve been waiting for a selection of Charles M Schulzs own favorite Peanuts cartoons Treasury assembled for the first time in a hardbound book the truly memorable adven tures of the Peanuts gang that have made you laugh smile giggle and cry over the last ten years This delightful volume contains more than 600 car toons it is a must for every Peanuts fan Almost every American is ev entually called to serve on a jury Few know the dos and donts expected of them What You Need to Know for Jury Duty is the result of a long over due study of the subject made by Godfrey Lehman It affords us the opportunity to learn more about one of our most important institutions and how it really op erates It should be on the read ing list for every course in so cial studies Something to Sing About is a remarkable collection of the favorite songs of Americas most distinguished folk artists The range is enormous from bal lads mountain and gospel songs to political and protest songs as well as light and whimsical tunes These songs collected anj arranged by Milton Okun pre sent a spectrum of music covering over four centuries re flecting the variety and scope of our folksong heritage ADULT FICTION Under the Boardwalk by Norman Rosten is the story of a sensitive boy who tries to recon cile his lighthearted youth with the eternal and often pain ful truths learned In the process of growing up During the course of a summer events people and religion becomes ambiguous forces in the boys mind and carefree play is Joined with dlf ficult discoveries about the world of men This is a poets tale told with directness charm and humor Everything Must Go by Keith Waterhouse is concerned with the tragicomis situation of a little man caught between fantasy and reality unable to cope with either When he finally decides to act as though his imagined self actually existed he sets in motion a series of comic events that promise to engulf him aster With Everything Must Go the author once again as serfs his claim as one of the most original and talented novelists to emerge in recent years The Alien Light by Iain Crlchton Smith is the story of one week In the life of a woman whose world has been suddenly and ruthlessly destroyed She is a simple old Scottish woman who cannot understand why she must leave her cottage where she has lived all her life because the Duke wants the land for raising sheep This is not however a story of defeat It is a story of courage and faith reborn told with simpliticy and purity of Ian guage l v JUVENILE Bright Bright Morning by Adelaide Holl tells of Maria a city child who expresses her joy through a melody As she runs through the early morning city streets she takes with her a happy song spreading its gladness wherever she goes The superb intertwining of words and drawings recreates the atmos phere of the city streets and the contagious joy of a little girls song Mystery adventure excite ment and some fascinating facts about American archaeology are the keynotes of The Mystery of The Lost Cliff Dwelling by Gor don D Sliirreffs It is the story of three high school students who are spending their summer vaca tion looking for the Lost Cliff Dwellings of the early Pueblo Indians Amidst the artifacts of an ancient culture they are caught up in events as modern as tomorrow events that threaten a secret government project and three teenagers as well HEAR THE MechtlyJohn son Gospel Team TONIGHT PM Church of The Nazorene Orbisonia Pa Y ou Are Welcome SHOP FOR DAD AT UOLLIINGERS An ideal place to spend a vacation Leisure footwear for men A great new comfort style at Dollingers its the CALCUTTA all leather sandal imported from India Genuine Buffalo Hide Leather Soles Adjustable straps for perficf fit Colors Antique Brown and Black Mzr scnr tutu SMMIKf MIUI1 MJiH Mm m SHOP FOR ATTHE MAN 711 HUNTINGDON   

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