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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                PAGE 8 THE DAILY NEWS Monday June 9 1969 BRIAN KEITH DOYLE BIRTHDAY GREETINGS Brian Keith Doyle son of Mr and Mrs Raymond R Doyle of Mount Union RD is celebrating his first birthday today June 9 Brian has two older brothers whom he adores Perry 7 years old and Richard who Is five years old Grandparents are Mr and Mrs John Kline of Mount Union RD and Mrs Vera Doyle of Rockhill Furnace He is also the grandson of the late Wendell Doyle of Rockhtll Greatgrandparents are Mrs Olive Kline of Allenport Mr and Mrs Charles Doyle of Orbisonia andMrs Hulda Lane of Robertsdale Brian will have ice cream and cake with relatives Gamma Psi Officers Are Installed Projects Set An impressive ceremony was held by Gamma Psl Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority in Hunt ingdon for the purpose of instalj ling officers for the 196970 sea son May was a busy month for the chapter with meetings held in the homes of Mrs John Burns and 20th Century Club Receives Memorial Gift The annual luncheon of the Mount Union Womans Twentieth Century Club was held on Wed nesday afternoon June 4 at 1 pm at Motel 22 Restaurant Mrs CloydW Buchanan gave the Collect opening the last ses sico of the season Following the Invocation ered by Mrs Gerald D Lukens Sr twentysix members and one guest enjoyed a delicious luncheon President Mrs Charles Al bright conducted abusiness meet ing Routine matters were trans acted Mrs Carl J Peduzzl pre sented the club a check of from Jerry Smith for the sale of perfume bottles during the display of his handpainted china and miniatures held in the social room of the First United Metho dist Church The check from Smith was donated to the club as a mem orial to Mrs Ethel Miller Set bert and books will bepresented to the Mount Union Branch of the Huntingdon County Library in her memory The present officers will con tinue to serve for their second year president Mrs Charles Albright vice president Mrs Ella Long secretary Mrs El mer Shlley corresponding so gifts committee Mrs Jay Muir cretary Mrs Howard Miller Altensvilte Man Entertained At Birthday Party FUTURE BRIDE Mr and Mrs Elden Grissinger of Dublin Mills wish to announce the engagement of their daugh ter Karen Lynn to Mr Dennis Lee Long son of Mr and Mrs Ray Long of New Grenada Miss Grissinger is a 1969 graduate of Forbes Road High School and plans to enter Chambersburg School of Prac tical Nursing in September Mr Long Is a 1967 graduate of Forbes Road High School and is presently employed by D W Miller Construction Company No date has been set for the wedding A surprise party was held for William Rutherford In honor of his fiftieth birthday at Aliens vlile Community Hall on May 24 The party was given by Mr Rutherfords wife and daughters Games were led by Mary Rutherford and winners were as follows bathroom tissue game Irene Bowser newlywed game Mr and Mrs Joseph Imler Ha game Ann Yoder and Wallace Stever musical chairs Cindy Roland Following the games the hon ored guest assisted by his wife and grandson Eddie opened his gifts Refreshments including sand wiches pickles potato chips cake ice cream punch coffee and birthday cake decorated in a hunter theme were served The following were in atten dance Mrs Gertrude Ruther ford Mrs Monroe White and daughters Debbie Nancy and Barbie Mr and Mrs Jack Terrace Mountain Farm Society Meeting Held The regular monthly meeting of the Terrace Mountain Farm Society was held on a recent evening at the Little Valley Sportsmens Association build ing Patty YablonsU president opened the meeting with Scrip ture reading from Psalms The Lords Prayer and the pledge at the Hag were given In unison Roll was called and the secre tarys report was presented by Mae Motter The financial state ment was given by Grace Bukley It was noted that eight members had attended the spring rally at Lancaster on May 15 Plans were made to hold a bake sale as well as a sale at handmade Items at the Sportsmens build ing on June 7 Other projects undertaken by the club for the remainder of the year are selling cookbooks and making favors for the crippled childrens Christmas party A new fashioned forter will be completed Those present for the meeting were Sarah Stapleton Helen Hess Verna Brode Grace Buck ley Dollie Brode Leona Staple ton and daughters Cindy Tina Leader Of Girl Scout Service Unit Mrs Ralph Ferrari Cohostess es were Mrs Michael Rivera fresh air program this summer and Mrs Wayne Glenny A goingaway gift will be given Past president Mrs Paul Heart installed the following of fleers president Mrs David Sellers vice president Mrs Edmund Gargula recording sec noted that a toy box was delivered treasurer Mrs C W Feaster to the pediatrics unit at the parliamentarian Mrs Gerald De C Blair Memorial Hospital Lukens Sr and flower vases have been placed In an impressive ceremony in the maternity unit Melvin Diven installed the The chapter has donated 200 officers for the 196970 term to the Mary Ann Gates fund The lovely centerpiece of var and the chapter has been assist ing with the publicity for the legated spring flowers was pre sented to the club president MrsCharles Albright Mrs JC Shapiro explained to the fresh air children from the the outstanding paintings repre sorority The swing set for the senting the four seasons which Crawford Apartments also has adorn the Motel 22 dining room been delivered members were informed retary Mrs George Sadosuk The chapter voted to submit corresponding secretary Mrs the names of Mrs George SadHertzog of Lancaster Robert Rudy treasurer Mrs osuk and Mrs David Bartlow as In her remarks she noted the David Bartlow extension officer candidates for the Outstanding art Mrs Harry Weko Mrs H Ford Woman of America award Mrs Shapire informed the group that the artist responsible for those paintings was Kerb Clark and Mrs G DonaldFisher are Utedirector and sponsor of will I the chapter 5 Speaking for Various members of the r will1 assist witHcthe patters ningcf Rhonda Witters and Mrsj the service and Michael Rivera will coordinate HAPPY BIRTHDAY JUNE 9 1969 Barbara K McMullen daught er of Mr and Mrs Donald Mc Mullen of Shada Gap is four years old She is a granddaugh ter of Mr and Mrs Franl Mc Mullen of Shade Gap RD and Mr and Mrs Herbert E Boohsr of Three Springs RD 2 Jeffrey Charles Corceltus son of Mr and Mrs Charles M Cor celius of Pottersburg RD Mark Wayne Shope Hunting don is five years old Mrs Robert L Brennoman 211 W Ninth Street Huntingdon Charles Robert Seager Jr son of Mr and Mrs Charles R Seager of Alexandria RD is eight years old Jeffrey Charles Manly son of Mr and Charles Manly of Entriken is two years old JunG Viola Crooks daughter of Edith Crooks of Six Mile Run Belated wishes to LV Browr of 301 Fifteenth Street Hunting don who was OS years old Juris Mr Brown holds the distinction of being Central Pennsylvanias youngest veteran of World War Cecelia Luther Saxton Keith Reed Saxton Elizabeth Drenntng Saxton Pete Lashingsky Saxton Betty Lou Rinehart Saxton this for the chapter Mrs James Decker social chairman announced that a chicken barbecue will be heldfor girls and their husbands on June 28 at the Fiberglas Lodge at Blue Diamond Mrs George Sadosuk present ed her ideas and facts regarding the starting of a day care center for retarded children in upper Huntingdon County During the summer the chapter will work on this possibility Mrs Norman Crews introduc ed Miss Esther Thompson the sorority scholarship recipient who recently was graduatedfrom Tussey Mountain High School Miss Thompson will enter Seton Hilldn September Pledges for the year Mrs Charles Bliven Mrs Angelo Ciarrocca Mrs Alex Oswald and Mrs Alex Ross presented a humorous takeoff on the John ny Carson show i For one of the meetings Mrs Gargula and Mrs Glenny pre sented a program on the care of hair Mrs Gargula gave a body permanent to Mrs Sadosuk and Charles Launtz and Tim Mr and Mrs Glenny answered questions Mrs William ShPtrom Mark Mr and A recognition meeting for the leaders of the C2 service unit ended the years activities for the Huntingdon Area Girl Scouts Special certificates of appre ciation were presented to Robert Scalpello for helping with the sustaining membership drive to Mrs Alfred Jamison for her many jobs during her years in Scouting and to Mrs Theodore Whitsel for serving as cookie chairman thisyear Certificates were also pre sented to the members of the service unit team and to the twentythree leaders throughout the area Two troops received the golden trefoil award which is based on a years activities including a rededication ceremony a bridg ing activity an outofdoors ac tivity a service project a ser vice unit event and an interna tional friendship project The two troops were BrownieJTiiopp 126 and Cadette Troop 131 The business meeting included a request for day camp staff and further discussion concern ing the uniform exchange Any used uniforms should be turned over to Mrs Kenneth Brown of An outing was hela Sunday South Twelfth Street June 1 at the Stone Creek Valley Please keep uniforms in clr Lions Club Park HuntlngdonRD culation 2 for members of the Braves For entertainment Mrs Little League team and their William Berriers Cadette Troop families 130 presented two original skits The afternoon was spent in Those participating were Julie piaying ball A delicious picnic Anspach Lou Ann Kelly Cheryl meal was served featuring fried Hawn Nancy Wright Linda chicken ham meatloaf potato Fisher Margaret Linton Cindy salad baked beans macaroni Coffman Debby Yocum Nancy salad pickled eggs a relish Mosser Beth Nolan Heather tray assorted cakes fruit salDunn and Debby Drake The ad and fudge girls were under the direction Everyone had an enjoyable of Mrs Berrier Mrs Robert time Among those in attendance Fisher and Mrs Albert Mosser were the following persons from Helping with refreshments the Huntingdon area were the following Junior Scouts Mr and Mrs Russ Trimmer from Troop 128 Holly Brunner Fred Kim Chris and Sue Mr Kim Croft Martha Linton Susan and Mrs Gail Sheffield and Tim Swigart Debra Brumbaugh Lena Mr and Mrs Dean Reynolds McNeal Judy Thompson Dorin Jr Dean Denise ana Towne da Ross Karen Bennett Lynda Mr and Mrs Larry Sather and Powell Diane Radtke Dell Shu Mark Mr and MrsPhil Houck ler and Danielle Gauvin under Phil ana David Mr and Mrs the direction of Miss Bonnie Friend senior aid to the troop NEWS BRIEFS Bailey Mr and Mrs J Ralph Teresa and Eugenea Ruth Brode Bowser and Ray and Kay Mr pattv YablonsK Ruth Thompson and Mrs Sam Endres Mr and Sarah Mctfat Erma Spencer and Mrs Wallace Stever and grand otter daughters Robin and Cindy Rol and Mr and Mrs Keith Griffith anddaughter Ann and Tom Hess Also Mr and Mrs Joseph Imler and Herb and Pam Mr and Mrs Reid Hannon and sons Reid Scott and Brian Mr and Mrs Nick Kupetz Mr and Mrs Dean Adams and daughters Beth and Nannette Mr and Mrs Lloyd LI Yoder and son Eddie Mr and Mrs Glenn Wilson Adams and Jo Ann Jeff and Kelly Mad eline Dlffenderfer Gifts were received from the following who could not be pre sent Mr and Mrs E J fith and Cindy and Connie Char les and Carol White Mr and MRS LARRY CARL DERR DerrFielder Nuptials Performed In New Jersey Mr and Mrs Shade Bellinger Miss Donna Ruth Fiedler and of Harrisburg and Mr and Mrs MrLarry Carl Derr exchanged John Hooper of Rockhill Furnace vows on Saturday afternoon May vacationed in Florida recently 24 1969 at three oclock in the They visited the Rev and Mrs United Methodist Memorial William Snyder of Tampa Mrs Church in Neptune New Jersey Chambersburg Mrs Derr was Elsie Madden at Venice and Mrs Officiating at the double ring the former Grace Cohenour of Bellingers cousins Mr and service was the Rev Robert Sapp Mount Union Mrs James Pandolflno andamid a setting of baskets of Providing the wedding music daughter and Mr and Mrs Mario sPlder pompons and was Mrs Fred Beyer Sr org The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Fiedler of Brook Lawn Drive Neptune NJ Parents of the bridegroom are Mr and Mrs Carl Derr of Pandolfino in St Augustine daisies CALENDAR appraiser placed the date of this type of painting about 1950 Braves iittte League Families Enjoy and gave helpful hints on the care of ones hair DONS SINCLAIR 10th Moore Sts Huntingdon Phone 6435081 Complete Minor Automotive Repairs AAA Road Service Wayne Tim and Joey Mrs David Speck Phil and Jeff Mrs Frank Pandolfino and Jim and Denny Mike Gibboney anci Mr and Mrs Don Everhart ANNIVERSARIES This is the newest accessory Hair Today you plan it to go with what youre wear ing Like you do shoes or gloves With pant things you might wear it pulled hack over a little height giving hairpiece and tied with a scarf Later around sixish you might let a few curls escape around your face and pin on a pinon chignon And for big nights naturally youd want sonic marvelous fantasy arrived it via all your hairpieces Ready to take the new accessory approach to hair Then src us1 You may never look the same twice again La Flaire Hair Styling HrSTimh Sliret Ti1 6 SEE H R EGOLF FOR FABRICS 513 WASHINGTON STREET JUNE 9 1969 Mr Mrs William C Wei gand of Huntingdon RD are cele brating their 18th wedding anni versary today Mr and Mrs Davic iVI Rel hart of Huntingdon RD 1 are marking their 30tn ann iversary today Mrs Calvin Adams and Dorothy Harold and John Mr and Mrs Tony Moneta and Brenda and PFC Robert J Kupetz The Greenleafs Host To St James LCW At Picnic Mr and Mrs DonaldGreen leaf were gracious hosts to St James Lutheran Church Women at their cottage along the East Branch of the Juniata Wednesday evening Following a bring your picnic supper the women gath ered inside the cottage for a spirited presentation on Crisis in the Church by the pastor the Rev Walter S Smith The discussion started with the mean ing of church saints and crisis which lie used to mean change Changes in education within the church the generation gap the prevalence of a so cial gospel the variety of min istries offered within the church today the meaning of the un derground church were all in cluded in the presentation Before the program Mrs Smith led a preparatory worship ex perience in which she used a recording from the LCA School of Religion entitled 7 oclock News and Silent Night This recording was done by Simon and Garfunkel another record ing used was Joy Is Like the Rain by the Medical Mission Sisters Mrs Dorothy Leffards circle was responsible for the dessert and beverage provided with Mrs Sally Frank Christian Service chairman in charge The Green leafs provided coffee and soft drinks Mrs Ralph Schmidt LCWpre sident asked for support from the group when the Huntingdon County Auxiliary of the Allegheny Homes will meet at St James church in October Visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Alex Maslanik of Dudley during the Memorial Day week end were Airman First Class David Maslanik of Altus Air Force Base Oklahoma Mr and Mrs Gerald Maslanik and chil dren Paul Michael and Wendy Mr and Mrs Ben Pick and son David at Greenbelt Md Mr and Mrs Daniel Maslanik of Delran New Jersey Mr and Mrs Ronald Maslanik and chil dren Mark and Tommy of irl well Miss Cathie ThomasOf Mid McConnolistown Grange lar session ztS pm in the grange hall MONDAY JUNE 9 Ladies Auxiliary to Standing Stone Post No 1754 VFW will meet in the Post Home at 730 pm Regular monthly meeting of McConneUs town Fire Company will be held in the fire hall at 8 pm Huntingdon Teener League Mothers will meet at 8 pm or after the ball game at the home of Mrs Blair MiUer Huntingdon Rn i TUESDAY JUNE 10 Barbershop chorus will meet at 6 pm in the HuntingdonArea Senior High School dletpwn Mr and Mrs Paul Leit Each member should bring a favorite hymn kam and Mrs Annie Leitkam of Oakland California Mr and Mrs Mike Maslanik of Hatboro and Mrs Sharon Delhi of New burg Important meeting of the Frank P Hom tnoti Post No 24 American Legion Hunt ingslon will meet at 8 pm Election of officers Greene will speak on photograph ing flowers at the meeting of the Standing Stone Garden Club at 8 oclock in St James Lutheran Church Membership is still open in the club are wel come WEDNESDAY JUNE 11 Boy Scout Troop No 24 ol Alexandria will meet in the Scout House at pm Standing Stone Golden Age Club will meet at Lions Park at pm for a picnic covered dish supper Meat rolls butter and coffee will be provided Huntingdon County Historical Society home and museum 106 Fourth Street will be open to visitors from to pm RECEIVES DEGREE Gary Border son of Mr and Mrs D Wayne Border of Everett RD 2 received his bachelor of science degree at commencement exercises held May 28atShippensburg State College He is a grandson of Mr and Mrs William H Border of Six Mile Run Gary was a member of Sigma Tau Gamma social fra ternity and Gamma Theta Up silon honorary society He al so participated in varsity track Mr Border has accepted a position in the E ast Pennsboro School District EnolaHewas graduated in 1965 from Ever ett Southern High School Tuesday June 10 At pm WHUN All Custom Mode Draperies 20 OFF TWO WEEKS ONLY JUNE 921 Shop In Air Conditioned Comfort TURNER JONES FINE FURNITURE 504 Washington St Huntingdon RUMMAGE SALE FRIDAY JUNE 13 9 AM TIL 632 WASHINGTON ST Store Room Next To 7th St News SOROPTIMIST CLUB Introducing Our New Hair Stylist Handy Rhodes Randy Will Be Happy To Style Your Hair In The Newest Flair With Curls or Whatever He Also Specializes In Wigs Falls And Wig lets Reiiuiy Shop Mt Vernon Ave Huntingdon Phone 6430153 Listen To Lets Talk It Over w hen Jo McMeen w id feature ChildreiisChoir United Methodist Church Calvin Mrs Faye Eiidres Director in program of Gospel anlst Prior to the playing of the wedding march Trumpet Voluntary in D Major by Mrs Beyer the Bell Choir played the Westminster chimes Mrs Beyer used Allegro fromSuite Gothic n Movement Beollman for the recessional Vocal selections by Mr Craig Derr of Chambersburg brother of the bridegroom included Wedding Prayer O Perfect Love and The Lords Pray er The bride escorted and given in marriage by her father was attired inan Alinegown of white organza over taffeta trimmed in Alencon lace with long traditional sleeves The gown featured a formal train trimmed with Alen con lace Her headpiece fashion ed of rosebuds and liliesofthe valley held an elbowlengthveil She carried a nosegay of white daisies touched with pink Miss Claire Fiedler of Nep tune was the maid of honor for her sister Bridesmaids were Miss Gail Fiedler and Miss Jill Fiedler sisters of the bride and Miss Carla Blumenschine of Newark NJ a cousin of the bride The attendants wore identical Aline gowns trimmed in white lace with a high puff sleeve and a double bow for the headpiece The gowns were styled in four shades of pink with the maid of honor wearing the lightest pink gown They carried natural bas kets of pink and white daisies Serving as best man for his brother was Mr Craig Derr of Chambersburg Ushers were Mr James D Brumbaugh of Hunt ingdon Mr J Patrick Tyson and Mr Arthur Blumenschine Newark and Sgt Donald Schaf fer of Chambersburg Mrs Fiedler the brides moth er selected a pink ensemble with an Aline lace dress ant a white cymbidium corsage The bridegrooms mother chose ai aqua Aline dress trimmed it lace with corresponding acces series and a white cymbidiurr corsage A reception was held immed iately following the wedding a the Homestead Restaurant ii Ocean Grove New Jersey Beauti ful arrangements of daisies ant wedding decorations adorned th dining room Special guests Included bridegrooms grandparents Mr and Mrs Roy Cohenour of Moun Union and the brides grand mothers Mrs Marie Blumen schine of Neptune and Mrs Fred Fiedler of Newark Many rela tives in Mount Union were un able to attend the wedding When the couple departed fo a wedding trip to New Hamj shire the bride was seen in a Aline dress with matching cap and a white cymbidium The new bride is a graduat of Neptune High School and Jun ata College The bridegroom i a graduate of Chambersburg Hig School and is attending Juniat College The newlyweds are residing 1925 Moore Street Huntingda Washingtons fimierl ohtrr irees have i life oxpcolancy c about 50 years   

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