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Daily News (Newspaper) - July 20, 1984, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania THE DAILY Huntingdon Soxton end Mount Union Pa Fridoy July 20 1984 PAGE 9 THIS IS Michael Lee Speck and he is one year old today July 20 His parents are Mr and Mrs Todd Speck of Mount Union Proud grandparents are Mr and Mrs Glenn Staley of Mapleton Depot and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sims of Mount Union He is also the grandson of the late C Robert Speck Cake and ice cream will be served in his honor HI IM KEVIN Shawn Feagley and 1 turn five years old today July 20 My parents are lion and Linda Feagley of Huntingdon RD 4 My grandparents are Jim and Carolyn Swaney and Dan Feagley all of Huntingdon I am going to have a Superman cake at my family bir thday cookoul Helping me celebrate will be my brother Scott Grandma Swaney has a birthday today too Happy Birthday Grandma1 HAPPY BIRTHDAY Joseph Randall Dysard is one year old today July 20 His parents are Randy and Linda Dysard of Smithfield Joseph is pictured with his grandmother Marcella Dysard of Mill Creek who also has a July birthday July Helping Joseph celebrate his bir thday will be his grandfather Ken neth Dysard Maternal grandparents Gerald and Fay Morningstar of Stone Creek Ridge also wish him a happy birthday RYAN EUGENE KUHNS son of John and MicheleKuhns of Calvin is one year old today July 20 His grandparents are John and Barb Kuhns of Cassville Herb and Hazel Hess of Calvin and Eugene and Joanne Neal of Snowshoe Great grandparents are Lillian Neal of Florida and Evalyn Greenland of Calvin who also celebrates a bir thday on July Ryans aunt Shirley Stains will make his birthday cake Birthda MEET LAURA LEE and Wendy Jo Wilson daughters of Mike Wilson of Star Route Mill Creek and Kathy Wilson of Hill Valley Mounl Union Laura will be three years old July 20 and Wendy will be two on August 20 Proud grandparents are Kenneth and JoAn Eichelberger of Star Route Mill Creek and Bob and Nancy Wilson of Mill Creek Laura and Wendy have two great grandmothers Alma Cramer of Mill Creek and Virginia Taylor of Mount Union and a great great grandma 92 year old Ottie Hand of Mounl Union The girls will celebrate both birthdays with a party at Mamma and Pappys house Happy Birthday girls HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Ellen Marie Runk daughter of Donald Runk Jr of Ronkonkoma NV and Ellen Marie Runk of 6215 Sixth St Huntingdon Ellen will be five years old today July 20 She is pictured with her half brolner William J Dittsworlh 111 and her mother Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Donald Runk Sr of Huntingdon and Mr and Mrs Jesse Harman of Mount Union Great grandparents are Jesse Clair Harman of Mifflintown Mr and Mrs Benjamin Strausser of Belleville and the late Mr and Mrs Wilbert McVey A party will be held in honor of Ellens special day A BIRTHDAY celebration has been planned for James F McMullen I who is observing his sixth birthday today July 2o He is the son of James t and Margaret McMullen of Star Route James is the grandson of Helen McMullen of Blairs Mills and the late Franklin McMullen and Merle and Nannie Klobelanz of Shade Gap His sisters Rosemary Lotz of Mount Union Debra McMullen of Blairs Mills and Iaithann Klobetanz of Neelyton and brother Jamie Klobetanz of will help James mark the occasion Happy Birthday James July 201984 Ellen Marie Runk daughter of Donald Runk Jr of Ronkonkoma NY and Ellen Marie Runk of G2G Sixth St Huntingdon is five todav Laura Lee Wilson is three She is the daughter of Mike Wilson of Star Route Mill Creek and Kathy Wilson of Hill Valley Joseph Randall Dysard son of Randy and Linda Dysard of Smith field observes his first hirthdav today James F McMullen U is celebrating his sixth birthday today His parents are James F arid Margaret McMullen of Star Route Neelyton Ryan Eugene Kuhns son of John and Michele Kuhns of Calvin will be one year old today Kevin Shawn Feagley marks his fifth birthday today the son of Ron and Linda Feagley of Hun tingdon RiX 4 Michael Lee Speck son of Mr and Mrs Todd Speck of Mount Union is one year old today GrissingerOtt Family David Bumgardner was recognized as he persontraveling the farthest to attend the annual gathering of the family and friends of the Grissinger Oil clan June 25 at Latta Grove Park Others receiving recognition at the gathering were Fred and Eva Cornelius couple married the longest Frances Bumgardner person with the most children present Norman Pheasant eldest male family member present Violet Grissinger eldest female family member present Don and Debra Shope most recently married couple Jason Bumgardner youngest in attendance Hazel Shafer person with the mosl grandchildren The noon meal was served cafeteria style and the children participated in a number of games under the direction of Kim and Teresa Grissinger Winners were Theresa Clippinger Heather Naugle Nicholas Cresswell Greg Long and Scott Brown Attending the event from the Three Springs area were Violet and Mary Grissinger Hazel Sharer Scott Brown William and Jason Panosetti Carl Linda and Nicholas Cresswell Fred and Eva Cornelius and Kevin Penne and Ross Covert Those coming from the Cassville area were Clifford and Adaline Shope Norman and Alice Pheasant Chester and Irene Grissinger Bob and Helen Dell Larry Paul and Philip McClain Donald and Debra Shope Chris and Michael Bair Don Fisher Harold Grubb Frances Mary and Robert Bumgardner Also attending were Fred Rankin of Scotland Anna Stapleton of Todd Gary Ford of Shippensburg Clara Group of Dublin Mills Abe Annette Craig Cooper and Theresa Clip piingcr of Hopewell Geraldine Grissinger Blanche Grissinger Leroy Bumgardner and James Teresa and James Allen Grissinger of Huntingdon Lisa Salpino of Harrisburg Dennis Sharon Craig and Greg Long of Orbisonia David Pauline Joseph and Jason Bumgardner of Ouncansville Guy Ellen and Grace Naugle and Fern Teresa Heather and Stephanie Naugleof Mapleton Depot R D From the Calvin area came Kevin Kimberly and Tera Grissinger and Gary and Ruth Blanchard The 1085 reunion will be held at the Cassville Community Building on the fourth Sunday of June Childrens games will be under the direction of Teresa Naugle and the adults ac tivities will be arranged by Sharon Long Avoid tears Peeling small white onions can be a breeze if you dunk them in boiling water for two minutes first Reunions Snare Family Volleyball soflball antique gasoline engines good food and wonderful fellowship highlighted the annual Snare family reunion held July 4 at the home of Alfred and Beverley Putt of Saxton Seventy three persons attended the affair including George and Shirley Morningslar and son and daughter Raymond and Kim Jeff and Cheryl Russell and children Karen and Kristi and Dean Lohr all of Entriken Kim and Jim Grove Betty and Dean Grove and Lucille and Scotty Gardner all of Peter sburg From Hesston RD came Ken and Cindy iMorningstar and son Andrew Steve and Wanda Grove and children Jacob and Sarah Clair and Carol Grove Mike Grove Ruth and Harold Lynn Clair and Hazel Hetrick Dewayne and My la Norris and children Craig Keith and Julie John Grove and Lori Klie Also attending were Jim and Alda Hetrick Harry Hetrick George and Catherine Hoppins and Les and Jean Brumbaugh all of James Creek Levain and Isabel Fouse of Lan disburg Roy and Winnie Helrick of Hollidaysburg RD Butch and Elaine Hinton and children Angle and Terry of Williamsburg Mark Everharl and Kelly Hetrick of Huntingdon Those from Saxton were Greg Norris Gary Putt Steven and Nancy Hoover and children Jarid and Jim and Sandy Eichelberger and children Karen and David Barbara Starr and son Terry Bill and ilene Cornelius and sons Trevor and Eric Ruth Morris Alfred and Beverley Putt and son Mike Ulsh Family A cafeteriastyle meal was served to the descendants of Cyrus Harden and Laura Nearhood Ulsh al the 37th annual family reunion held July 4 at Sideling Hill State Park Vesta Wertz offered the invocation before the meal and later conducted a business meeting It was announced that the 1985 reunion wiii be held July 4 at Sideling Hill State Park Prizes were awarded to the following Clarence and Vesta Wertz first arrivals Andrew Ulsh eldest family member present Melonie Peterson youngest family member present Shirley and Paul Grace couple most recently married Martha Ulsh and John and Judy Ulsh most children present Pauline Ulsh person with the most grandchildren and great grandchildren present Melissa Holder of Texas who traveled the farthest Eugene and Agnes Ulsh couple married the longest Jennifer Peterson person wearing the most buttons and Eugene Welsh won a jar of candy for Calendar y Juy 20 gram Louii making the mosl accurate guess as to how much the jar held Members of the family and their guests who attended included Mr and Mrs Clarence Wertz of Shade Gap Mr and Mrs Howard Peterson of LaValle Md Mr and Mrs Eugene Ulsh and Karel and Chuck of Orbisonia Mr and Mrs Robert Ulsh of Mount Union Melissa Holder of Texas Sharon Doran of Danville Pauline Grant of Cresaplown Md Mr and Mrs Paul Drake of Mount Union Sally Jean Allenbaugh of Mount Union Others were Howard Ulsh of Charleston SC Mr and Mrs Fred Fortney and April and Travis of Mount Union Mr and Mrs Howdy Fortney and children Srina and Andrea of Huntingdon Mr and Mrs Jim Gehrett and Becky of Atwater Ohio Flo A Snook of West Canton Ohio Grace Swineford of Lewistown Celia Veater of McClure Mr and Mrs Jack Deshnng of Mc Connellsburg Mr and Mrs Clyde Strait of St Thomas Mrs Martha Ulsh and Crystal of Hustontown Also Mr and Mrs Doug Baker and Kirk Travis and Edwin of Huston town Mr and Mrs Denny Ulsh and Spring of Needmore Mr and Mrs Gilbert Ulsh and Jeff of Three Springs Mrs Cathy French and Angie and Mikie of Hustontown Mr and Mrs Gene Book and Jimmy of Shirleysburg Mr and Mrs Jerry Patterson and Laura and Melanie of Shirleysburg Mr and Mrs Sam Flasher and Jason and Kip of Three Springs Pauline Ulsh of Mount Union Mr and Mrs John Edlund of Oakdale Mr and Mrs Plummer Pizer of Lake Hapatcong N J Andrew Ulsh of McClure Harry Ulsh of Mifflintown Lightner Family Descendants of J Duff and Ida Rudy Lightner held the third an nual reunion at Stone Creek Valley Iions Park in Huntingdon on June 10th Family members enjoyed a picnic lunch and spent the afternoon playing games and renewing old acquain tances Those attending from Mount Union were Virginia Prough Jean and Bob ProiiRh Bobby Shirley Nicole and Jennie Prough Barry and Tammy Sunderland and Barry Jr of Mc Vey tow n Jack and Joanna Prough of New Bloomfield Sue and Dick Mohler Judy and Marcia Barnhart and Tara Gettel of Chambersburg RiUh Gen ret Kay Gehret Bill and Kim Gehret Dana Decker Paul and Lucille Gehret and John Walters all of Altoona Also Betty Lou Kevin Stacy and Beth Walters Jerry Scott Diane Heeler and Hermena Lightner all of Huntingdon George and Audrey Walters Gail Howard Joy and Steve Alcoholics Anonymous and u Anon will mcl s M rhuuh Shrlv nd Division Stj Mounl Union Huntingdon County Comona Grange i uili meel in tne McConnellsKrnn Grange Jlali a am lor 3 presentation on Social SiTunir Sundiy July 22 Tne Central Pennsylvania SiroU Club IMII hold its annual picnic ai Seven Lakr beginnings noon A nde on ihv Bell is scheduled for Monday July 23 Slanding Stone Gardei Cluh members are encouraged lo om a wetdine morning July ai 7 30 a m ai ihe Miiihr Sireet rose plol All help appreciated Alcoholics Anonymous and AI Arnn meil al a p m in SI James Lutheran Church Hun lingdon Newcomers meeting scheduled al 7 4i p m lor all who arc inleresled m finding out he basics ol Ihe Al Aron program For furlhrr en formation dial operalor and ask lor Kniernrise People Pastimes Fellowship Mount Union Catholic Daughters Invilalions to two Hosary Rallies were read at he June meeting of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas CDA i Court St Catherines No 1992 Mount Union The group met in the school social hall Regent Mary Suchanec opened the session in ritual form and led prayers for the intention of giving thanks to Almighty God and his mother Holy Mary or the successes of the CD A court during the year Secretary Rosemarie Sentman read letters from other area courts thanking the Mount Union CDA for inviting them lo attend the 15th an niversary celebration for Court St Catherines Many courts sent congratulations on the milestone An invitation was received from the Prince Gallitzin Curia of the Legion of Mary to their annual Rosary Rally at the Shrine of Our Ladyof the Alleghenies in Lorelto Sunday Aug 2C at i pm A group of Mount Union Catholic Daughters will attend and the telephone committee will call the court members prior to the dale The court was also invited to the annual gosary Rally at the Cambria County War Memorial on Sunday Sept 3u at pm which will include a celebration of Our Ladys 2000th birthday A family party is being planned and the participation of every family in each parish is en couraged Court members should contact the regent if they wish to participate or send contributions to either of these events Regent Suchanec also read ex cerpts from the national quarterly letter which includes a request from Pope John Paul II to join him in renewing the act of consecrating the Ala Icen will meet between K antt p m ai St Jmes Lutheran Church Huntingdon The Ladies Auxiliary lo the Marklfburi Volunteer Fire Company u ill meet al Ihe lire narn at litp m Tuesday July 24 There will he a meeting or the Boird of Com missioned ol Ihe Huntingdon Bedford Kultor Arei Agency on Aging at I p m at Lake lOvsiown StandmRMone Golden Age Club will meet in Ihe rirst Regular Baptisl Church Huntingdon at y noon lor a covered dish dinner Please bring vour own table service Civic Association to sponsor picnic in McAlevys Fort MeAlevys Fort Civic Association will sponsor a com munity picnic at Greenwood Furnace Saturday July 21 beginning at 12 pm Everyone is invited Come and bring a covered dish item to share Coffee and cold drinks will be provided An afternoon filled with games and fun will follow People On The Go Kate Morder of Mapleton Depot spent time at the ranch home of her sister and brother in law Mr and Mrs Ed Skillman of Montana She also visited her mother and brother and was accompanied by Naomi Conrad of Huntingdon Strain of Pittsburgh Karen and Gina Santamaria of Houston Texas Charles and Beverly Walters of Hamburg NY All family members are invited lo participate in the fourth annual reunion which is scheduled for June 15 1985 at the Lions Park in Hun tingdon world to the Immaculate Heart nl Mary Mrs Suchanec noted thai members of the CDA have cor secrated themselves to Mary Im maculate and should pray for continued maternal love and charitv Members were reminded that Day will be observed Sunday HI ji The theme for this day is fathihc Daughters of the Americas A Kind of Loyalty tu the Church The regent also reported that eacS court is asked to contribute minimum of S3 toward the MiA CDA scholarships awarded each iY for teachers of exceptional childrln The regent thanked oil who heljicu in the recent projects ijwiioreo tv the court including induction ui mvi members graduation First Holy Communion breakfast iu annual May crowning and the anniversary celebration Various chairpersons gave rcports as did Ann Ambrosino who nutii an inventory will be takei UK religious goods counter this siiiniiur and new items will he purchased au made available in the fall The refrshment table decorated with a bouquet ui peonies flanked by pink iri crystal sconces Since June vjs the month dedicated to the Su nii lltr of Jesus the table included a situiri Jesus as centerpiece Cake with pineapple topping vas served by social committee nieiuher Ann Ambrosino chairperson Chrin Carmella Ciccaglione Hehi Copenhaver Clara DiSalvu Cilliland Mary Magliere Clay Sarra and Maggie Szczerba The next meeting will be held Sip 12 The regent wished everyone happy and relaxing summer Berean SS Class Knterlainment by a barbershop quarter and u farewell tribute to the Rev and Mrs Rayvon Milliard highlighted the annual banquet of the Berean Sunday School Class of the First United Methodist Church of Mount 1nion which was held June 19 at St Lukes United Methodist Church in Shade Gap The group enjoyed a roast beef dinner and homemade pie for dessert Dorothy Bute class president warmly welcomed the class and special guests The Rev Milliard offered the invocation Following dinner Janet Laini presented the Milliards with a beautiful clock handmade by Harold and Dorothy Bute as a farewell from the class The Barber Dolls a Mount lnii musical group presented an on standing program filled with bar bershop harmony Linda owe directs the vocalists At the end of the evening ol Ernest asked he 27 people attendiii to form a circle with the Rtv aiu Mrs Milliard in the middle Shu sang the selection My Best to Von Grace Welch SS Class Members oi the Grace Welch Sunday School Class of the United Presbyterian Church of Mount Union used a picnic theme for the July 9 meeting which took place in the church social hall Table decorations were all picnic items A large wicker basket con taining a tablecloth plates and cups was centerpiece for the table which was also decorated with cirtonella candles black plastic ants and of course a fly swatter A large red and silver balloon in scribed with Summertime is Picnic Time was attached to the table centerpiece and was won by Mrs Evelyn Yocum President Bette Parks opened the session by reading from Psalms S2 and presenting a selection from Our Daily Bread She also led the group in prayer The president reminded the class that the annual corn boil will he held at the church although no date has been set Members are asked to bring their own place settim ar beverages and an item tor an iuctior The telephone committee will eitu members when the date i established Class members were told that ri birthday bank is stili ilie year project and that meetings each month at 7 pm unless fora special event The business session eUistd v the Mizpah Benediction Mrs Betty Sipes reciter and Mrs Jean Lamnerson reading The door prize went to V r Brenda Clark Mrs Teresa Westover cord0 an interesting quiz on thiIru States first ladies The grnup il participated in a Swedish auction all articles were in sealer boxes Refreshments in keeping with i picnic theme were served by hostesses Mrs Brenrta Clark M Betty Sipes and Mrs Mary to ten members and two guest Petersburg UMW Quiet music and favorite readings made for an atmosphere of warm fellowship at the June meeting of the Petersburg United Methodist women The gathering was held at pm in tme home of John and Eleanor Miller President Cecile Stoudt read several prayers used in the United States Senate and presented a reading on the Bicentennial Each member attending read her favorite poem or article on Fathers Day or patriotic themes President Stoudl also conducted a business meeting at which time Surprise party held to honor Esther Dysard surprise birthday party was held for Esther DysarrJ of DeForrest Apts Huntingdon on July 13 The party was arranged by her granddaughters Carol Conrad of Huntingdon and Patricia Conrad Kruse of Fairmont W Va Mrs Dysard celebrates her birthday on July 21 Several of her friends from the DeForrest apart ment building joined in the festivities announcements were TV womens group will help roms ments on the evening of thepar1 bicentennial celebration lut Beaver will be in charge o ilvt for the church in July Phyi Lambert will be in chafpc o s August meeting members u reminded to bring items for rpop this session The group will Daves Dream Restaurn Hollidaysburg for the July Dinner will be at 6 pm Refreshments were served h hostesses to the sixteen nuTicv present With The Sick Mrs Q 11 sburg has been confined to hor ro due to illness since July s She un enjoy receiving cards from IM friends during her conimernfi address is Box r 16669 Cards n Gifts By TOM HORNER ton Si Huntingdon Pm TBM Sal LYNNES DISCOUNT SHOP Jl J Wlfflln Si Huntingdon 436X88 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