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Daily News (Newspaper) - August 17, 1970, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania r SOCIETY and CLUB NEWS Miss Mary LaBance William Barclay Jr United In Marriage At St James PAMELA JILL ROLLER PAMELA JILL ROLLER attractive little daughter of Mr and Mrs0 John Roller of Heishman Gardens Carlisle is celebrating her second birthday today Mrs Roller will be remembered as the former Carolyn Barber of Huntingdon Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Donald F Barber of 607 Juniata Avenue Huntingdon and Mrs Ann Newcomer oi 1702 Brandt Avenue New Cumber land Greatgrandparents are Mr and Mrs Ralph Murphy of Saltillo and A0 R Barber of Van Bureen Ohio A birthday dinner was held yesterday in Pamelas honor at the home of her grand parents The Barbers of Huntingdon In addition to her grand parents there were other special guests Birthday cake and ice cream were served Miss Mary fjp Thirteenth Street Huntingdon and Mr William J Barclay Jr of 1007 Mifllin Street Hun tingdon exchanged vows Satur day August 15 1970 at onethirty oclock in the St James Lutheran Church of Huntingdon Parents of the bride are Mr and Mrs Steve LaBance of Punx sutawney The bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs William J Barclay Sr of 1007 Mlfflln Street Huntingdon The Rev Walter S Smith of ficated at the double ring cere mony The chancel area of the church was adorned with arrange ments of white mums Providing a recital of nuptial music was Mrs Jean Wear who used these selections Wedding Carillon Schreiner O God Our Help in Ages Past Croft Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring Bach O Perfect Love Barnby and Trum pet Tune Purcell For her wedding the bride chose an attractive full length Aline gown of nylon organdy over white taffeta The bodice was styled with a highrise neckline and standup1 collar edged in lace The same lace trimmed the bod ice the full length sleeves and the bottom of the skirt The back of the gown was marked by a satin bow and streamers which extended to the Her matching bow head piece was attached to an elbow length veil and she carrieda cascade arrangement of white Fuji mums and pink rosebuds She wore a charm bracelet a gift of the bridegroom Mrs Marilyn Pierotti of Hun tingdon was the matron ofhonor Her gown styled in Aline was fashioned with a white bodice and pink skirt in cotton organdy Ruf fles adorned the bodice and long sleeves and she wore a headpiece of pink daisiesholdingamatching veil Her colonial bouquet was of white Fuji mums and pink rosebuds Mr Donald McCrum of Peters burg RD was best man Serv ing as ushers were Mr Gerald Glenny of McConnellstown cou sin of the bridegroom and Mr Joseph Pierotti of Huntingdon MRS WILLIAM J The brides mother selected a pink dress with corresponding ac cessories and a corsage of white rosebuds trimmed in green The bridegrooms mother woreablue knit dress with white accessories and a corsage of white rosebuds trimmed in green Immediately following the wed ding a reception was held in the church social room where the focal point was the tiered wedding cake topped with the miniature bridal couple Relatives and friends were pre sent from Pittsburgh Philadel phia Punxsutawney Shippens burg and the Huntingdon area BARCLAY JR PHOTO BY HENRY HORTON The couple will honeymoon in Bermuda For new bride chose a turquoise blue crepe dress with matching jacket and corresponding accessories The new Mrs Barclay was graduated from Punxsutawney High School and Indiana Univers ity of Pennsylvania She is on the faculty at the Huntingdon Area Junior High School Her husband a graduate of State College Area High School is employed by Hus ton Motor Company Huntingdon Mr and Mrs Barclay will re side at 512 Twelfth Street Hun tingdon C Brewer Clan Holds Reunion Near Entriken Descendants of the late Clar ence and Carrie Fouse Brewer held their third annual reunion on Sunday August 2 at the Mor ning star Grove near Entriken Siiiysii enjoyed uie delicious picnic meal at noon The after noon was spent in playing ball pitching horseshoes and in par ticipating in other games Those attending were Mr and Mrs Donald Fouse and Sharon Debbie Stephen and Diane Mea dows o f Drayton Plains Michi gan Mr and Mrs James Fouse and Kevin Mr and Mrs Ray Fairchild and Susie Fouse of Aliquippa Mr and Mrs Ross Decker and Lori Tessa and Wen dy of Mohnton Mrs Barbara Wise and Laurie of Everett Mr and Mrs Gary Morningstar and Cathy and John of Duncansvillej Mr and Mrs James Steele and Lisa and Jimmy of Martinsburg Mr and Mrs Ralph Hess Mr and Mrs Richard Hess and Mike and Stevie Mr and Mrs Herbert Hess and Theresa Shellie and Ralphie Mr and Mrs Robert Hess and Bobby and Lori of Broad Top RD Mr and Mrs Carl Fouse and Carl Mr and Mrs Harvey Fouse and Pam Debbie and Ste vie Mr and Mrs Fred Fouse and Bruce and Brian Mr and Mrs Earl Houp and Beverly Cindy Rick Roger and Sherry all of Aitch RD Mr and Mrs Frank Brewer Mr and Mrs George Forshey and Gilbert Mor ningstar of Entriken Visiting in the afternoon were Mrs Grace Entrekin and Mrs Jean Brumbaugh of James Creek THE DAILY NEWS Monday August 17 1970 9 m j Rosensteels Are Feted On Silver Anniversary HAPPY BIRTHDAY H r LORI JEAN CLARK BIRTHDAY GREETINGS are extended today to Lori Jean Clark of Mr and Mrs Larry Clark of Rockhill Furnace who is two years old The occasion calls for the serving of birthday and ice cream Loris paternal grandparents are Mr and JjMrs Wade Black of Rockhill Furnace and her maternal grand mother 3s Mrs Mabel Ambrose of Huntingdon ANNIVERSARY AUGUST 17 1970 Mr and Mrs Blair W Garn er of 1114 Moore Street Hunt ingdon are celebrating their 43rd wedding anniversary today SEE H R EGOLF FOR FABRICS 513 Washington Street DAY AND EVENING CLASSES make nvenient to become an GIRL With so many demanding ac tivities it can be difficult to find time to gain an education At Empire we try to make it easy for you Classes are held day and night for your convenience If you are a high school student home maker or are presently employed you may fine it more convenient to attend school at night EMPIRE BEAUTY SCHOOL JOS Brown St Lewistown FOR INFORMATION 717 CALL 2485408 9 to 9 FOR SCHOOL NEAREST YOU SEE YOUR YELLOW PAGES Three Springs Rebeckah Lodge Holds Meeting Members of Frances Rebekah Lodge No 578 of Three Springs met in regular session Monday August 10 at oclock The session was conducted by the noble grand and opened in ritual form A roll call of officers took place and minutes were read Communications were presented and a petition for membership was presented Several items of business were outlined The pig was presented to Ruth Bumgardner The session closed in ritual form with plans made to meet again August 24 at pm Those present were Ruth Bumgardner Alverta Noble Bet ty Lou Covert Alma Wible Gladys Hooper Maude Moore Blanche Stake Hannah Gordon Emma Brown Margaret Shifter Louisa Madden Margaret Glad felter Hazel Shafer Margaret Stains and Evea Wear AUGUST 171970 Russell E Ross Alexandria Mrs Grace Landls Mount Un ion Miss Lena Parker 414 Six teenth Street Huntingdon Linda Stewart daughter of Mr and Mrs George T Stewart of Huntingdon R D 2 is 16 years old today Lindas father also marks his birthday today Glenda Bell 15yearold daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Glenn W Bell of Huntingdon R D 3 Onda Jean Weiler Petersburg RD Jack H Port Mount Union Mrs Jesse Clark Broad Top City Jack Wise Saxton Timmy Fields Saxton Emma Miller Saxton Hazel M Taylor Saxton Robert Lee Reed Jr Saxton Richard Mykut Saxton Anna Jean Pawuk Saxton Reggie Kifer Saxton Linda K Felton Huntingdon R D 3 is celebrating her birth day today MAYTAG Washers Dryers Fouse Rohland Furniture Store 514 Mifflin Huntingdon The Little Store With The Big Values Army Reserve Col Carl Bruno Completes Phase Army Reserve Colonel Carl R Bruno son of Mr and Mrs Tony Bruno 1816 Bond Street Brockway completed phase innf the command and general staff officer course at the U S Army Command and General Staff Col lege Fort Leavenworth Kansas on July 18 The course which was attend ed by officers from the active Army Army National Guard and Army Reserve Is organized Into 10 phases and given over a five year period with the final two week phase conducted at Fort Leavenworth The training is designed to prepare selected officers for re sponsible positions at division and support command levels it also provides them with an un tier standing of the duties of corps and field army general staff off icers and of Army participation in joint and combined operations Col Bruno and his wife El vira live at 2733 Warm Springs Road Huntingdon He is assist ant superintendent of the Hunt ingdon Area School District THERESA MARIE STASKO Surprise Birthday Party Held A surprise birthday party was held on Sunday August2 for Miss Theresa Marie Stasko of Mount Union who celebrated her 19th birthday on August 1 The affair planned by her par ents Mr and Mrs John Stasko took place on the lawn of the residence of Mr and Mrs Paul Yakymac in Mount Union The honored guest and rela tives and friends enjoyed a deli cious dinner including a beautif ully decorated birthday cake Miss Stasko was the recipient of many lovely and useful gifts She is a 1969 graduate of the Mount Union Area High School and is employed at Robin Foot wear Corp In September she will further her education by at tending classes at the Juniata Mifflin Counties Area Vocational Technical School at Lewistown in the field of practical nursing Those present to help mark this happy occasion were Mrs Esther Yakymac Mrs Robert Heidel and sons Stevie and Bob by Mr and Mrs Steve Holesa and daughter Patty Mrs John Loope Miss Kathleen Loope Phyllis Ticconi Mrs Caroline Barchuk and Joan John Barchuk Mrs Patricia Yantz Parks and son Michael Mr and Mrs Paul Yakymac and family and Mr and Mrs John Stasko and the guest of honor Miss Stasko Reception Held After Honeymoon Following a honeymoon trip to Jamaica a wedding reception was held at the McConnellstown Fire Hall on a recent evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Kevin Mc Clain The shower was planned by the bridegrooms aunt Mrs Kyle assisted by his sister Mrs Joanna Edwards Delicious refreshments were prepared and served by Mrs Kay Hess Mrs PeggieEriksen Mrs Jennie Johnson Mrs LaRue Kyle Mrs Joanna Edwards and Mrs Sylvia Kyle Joining the newlyweds in the festive occasion were the follow ing relatives and friends Mr and Mrs LeRoy Heaster Trina Gregory and Doug Rachel Mil ler Mr and Mrs Barry McClain Mr and Mrs Abner Staplaton Mr and Mrs Norman Hess and family Reinalda Ruiz Mr and Mrs Gerald McKim and Tina Randy Steel Lynne Knight Mr and Mrs Donald Robb Susan Russell Mr and Mrs Joseph Scott Also Mr and Mrs John Kyle Peggie Carole and Kelly Erik sen Mrs Chester Whitsel Mrs Marilyn Knight Mr and Mrs Ri chard McClain Mr and Mrs Gerald Colbert Mrs Gilbert Mc Clain Joanna and Gary Edwards sncl Mrs Gibson Snvd6r DG nise and Gibby Mrs Jennie Johnson Joanne and Robbie Snare Sylvia and Hugh Kyle Those sending gifts but unable to attend were Mr and Mrs Lyman Orr Mr and Mrs Mi chael Flanigan Mr and Mrs Thomas McClain Mr and Mrs Steve McClain Miss Gloria Dick Mr and Mrs Clair Colbert Mr and Mrs Glenn Steel and Mr and Mrs Merle Reed Dutton Lane Descendants Meet At Pogue The descendants of Dutton and Elizabeth Ferrenberg Lane held their annual reunion at Pogue Grove Pogue on Sunday August 9th 1970 with 67 per sons in attendance A bountiful picnic lunch In cluding many tasty foods was en joyed by all at pm Thom as Powell asked the divine bless ing The remainder of the afternoon was spent in reminiscing and playing several entertaining games Prizes were awarded to the following Odessa Noden Nako mis Florida oldest person pres ent Lori Leree Plank youngest baby Mr and Mrs Ira Lane longest married Mr and Mrs Dennis Bushong most recently married Mr and Mrs Ralph Fleck largest family Mrs Odessa Noden traveling the far thest Those attending this delightful gathering were Mr and Mrs Robert Lackhove Camp Hill Mr and Mrs Ira Lane Port Matil da Mrs Barbara Snider and sons Mar tie and Mike Port Ma tilda Mrs Mertie Ramsey Har risburg Mrs Fannie Park Dean Fleck and son Kevin Mr and Mrs Thomas Powell and child ren Brian and Lori Mrs Min da Lane Plank and Lori Leree Mr and Mrs Ralph Fleck Mr and Mrs Cliff Wilson Mrs Peg gy Wilson Long and Penny Mr and Mrs James Drake Judy and Rowena Landlsville Mr and Mrs Lorraine Swope and son Dwight Mrs Nayrue Woodruff Mr and Mrs Bushong and daugh ter Sheri LandisvlUe Also Mr and Mrs David Miller and Doreen of New York Lester Lane Lane Ramsey Lane Klobucar Corbett Lane and son Wade Mr and Mrs Wayne Park Mrs Eleanor Beckwtth Mrs Wilda Petryn New Jersey Mrs Odessa Noden Mr and Mrs Eugene Senft and son Jon Mir iam park Philadelphia Mrs Reba Stuller and Cindy Isabel Rogers Mr and Mrs Melvin Lane Mrs Arlene Hoffman Mertie Lane Cutshall pastor and Mrs Lester Swope and children Jeff Kirby and Kevin L A Kephart C R Kephart Hilda Boring Ohio A surprise open house was held for Mr and Mrs Robert M Ro sensteel of 312 South Jefferson Street Mount Union in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary on Tuesday August 11 at 7 pm in their home This gala affair was planned by their daughter Miss Sandra Rosensteel and their sons Rick and BUI and daughter in law Peggy p A beautifully decorated three tier anniversary cake baked and decorated by Brenda Cornelius and Sonny Wiser centered the buffet table The guests of honor were pre sented lovely gifts appropriate for their silver wedding anniver sary Relatives and friends attending this delightful party were Mrs Mary Rosensteel Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richardson and Debbie Mr and Mrs Fred Rosensteel and Karen Mr and Mrs Ber nard Rosensteel Mr and Mrs Ronald Cornelius and girls Mr and Mrs Arthur Cornelius and daughters Mrs Miriam Wiser Mr and Mrs Raymond Rosen steel and family Mr and Mrs Carl Moore Esther Kauffman Mr and Mrs John Gaisor Mr and Mrs Lloyd Renninger Mr and Mrs Ray Forgy Mr and Mrs Donald Stoner and girls Max Reeder Mr and Mrs Wil liam Rosensteel and Willie Miss Sandra Rosensteel Rick Rosen steel Mrs Edna White and daugh ter Kay Those unable to attend but sent gifts were Mrs Emma Kane Glenn Reeder Mr and Mrs Dean King Francis Davis Wayne Locke Wayne Reck Tim Mad den Mr and Mrs Norman Shank Mr and Mrs Guy Naugle and Miss Carol Harshbarger Mr and Mrs Rosensteel were married in Newton Hamilton on August 11 1945 Mrs Rosensteel is a daughter of the late Merle and Faye Gearhart Kane of McVeytown R D Mr Rosensteel is the son of Mrs Mary Cornelius Rosen steel and the late Boyd Rosen steel of Mount Union SSgt Paul Whitesel On Duty At Phu Cat Air Base WITH U S COMBAT AIR FOR CES Vietnam S Air Force Staff Sergeant Paul F Whitesel son of Mrs Agnes B Whitesel of Mounted Route Huntingdon is on duty at Phu Cat Air Base Vietnam Sergeant Whitesel an air freight specialist is assigned to the 15th Aerial Port Squadrona unit of the Pacific Air Forces headquarters for air operations in Southeast Asia the Far East and Pacific Area He previously served at Barksdale AFB La and is a veteran of the Korean War The sergeants wife Barbara is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur B Querry 503 llth Street Huntingdon MRS THOMAS WALZ BECOMES BRIDE is Mrs Thomas Edward Walz the former Nancy Jane Hearn of Huntingdon R D 1 whosewed ding was performed in the Fif teenth Street United Methodist Church of Huntingdon Saturday July 11 1970 at 6 pm The Rev Rayvon Hilliard officiated The bride is a daughter of Mrs Barbara Hearn of Three Springs and Robert W Hearn of Hun tingdon Parents of the bride groom are Mr and Mrs Wil liam Walz of Altoona The newly weds are residing at 2753 May port Road Lot 58 Atlantic Beach Fla 32233 Central Hooting Dehumidifier 22 Pints per day RENTAL One 24 Hr Day One Week 10 One Month 30 Phone 6431662 Calendar MONDAY AUGUST 17 Alexandria Volunteer Fire Company wiU meet in the fire hall at 8 pm Juniata VaUey FootbaUMotherswlUmeet at B pm in the high school TUESDAY AUGUST 18 Huntingdon WCTU wiU meet In the home of Mrs Mary DeU at 2 pm No meeting of he Ladies Auxiliary to eNo 1 Fire Company Huntingdon this the month Mountainview Rebekah Lodge No 227 will meet at pm in the Ledge Hall Green Street Mount Union WSCS of the Twelfth street UnitedMetho Church Huntingdon will meet at pjn ui me cnurcn social room WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19 Boy Scout Troop No 24 of Alexandria will meet in the Scout House at pm Shenecoy archers weekly target shoot at Shenecoy Field at pjn Milk boils more quickly lliiin water beciiMsc of a difference in specific gravity Colonial Real Estate W RYocum Realtor 228 Penn St Huntingdon Phone 6434070 WATCH REPAIR SPECIAL Flue Tax COMPLETE RECONDITIONING OR MOVEMENT PRICE INCLUDES IF NEEDED Unbreakable mainspring crystal stem crown hands Jewels and cleaning of cases bands ALL WORK GUARANTEED Exception damages caused by dropping carelessness ADDITIONAL CHARGES For balance stafZs when needed For electric pocket auto matic calendar and chronograph watches No Timex repairs Only other charges only with customers approval JAYMES JEWELERS Mount Union Tuesday August 18 At pm On WHUN Listen to Lets Talk It Over when Jo McMeen will feature H Thad Carr Juniata Valley Elementary School Principal plus a team of teachers Continuous Progress Team Teaching Necessary
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