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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Mr and Mrs Lester Shick of Indiana RD 2 announce the en gagement of their daughter Carolyn Loralne to Bobby Jearl Carroll sott of Mr and Mrs J G Carroll of Sulphur Springs Texas Carolyn is a graduate of Indi ana Joint High School class of 1958 and Bobby a graduate of Sulphur Springs High School class of 1958 is attending the George Washington University night schooLwBoth are presently employed by the Government in Washington An August wedding is being planned Eight et Forty Saloh His May Day Dinner Indiana County Salon Number 75 Eight et Forty met on Wed nesday May 13 for their Annual May Day Dinner celebration It is 32 years since this Indiana County Salons inception and in the meeting which followed later the original Charter carrying the names of theCharter members was read The delicious Turkey Dinner served at Folly Castle Tea Room was enhanced by appropriate ta ble decorations and favors with Partners Vernie Fowler and Marguerite McNelis as host esses The 19 members present held their meeting at the home of Partner McNelis with Canasta playing ending an enjoyable event To See Susquehannas President Inaugurated Margaret E Gabefc assistant librarian will represent the State Teachers College Indiana at the inauguration of Gustave Walter Weber as the thirteenth president of Susquehanna Univer sity May 22 1959 at Selinsgrbve Pa PRINTED PATTERN 4574 SIZES 1220 lETf NEWS Baccalaureate Concert Lucerne PTA Held By ISTC Symphony Dinner Meeting To Be Graduated Orchestra On Sunday Indiana State Teachers Col leges Symphony Orchestra will give the Baccalaureate Concert Sunday May 24 1959 at in Fisher Auditorium Tn the xernemines Approximately Nto members and guests of Parent Teacher Association attended a covered dish dinner ahd meeting held Monday evening May 18 in St Louis Church Hall Lu college campus in Lawrence C Stilt music facul ty member will conduct the or chestra Interested persons in the gen eral public are invited to attend theSymphony Orchestra Concert as guests of the college The orchestra will play Men delssohns Ruy Bias Overture and the famgus Unfinished Symphony No 8 by Schubert In addition they will play Straussiana by Strauss Fiddlosophy by Barnes On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring by pelius Hymn and Fugujng Tune by Cowell and Serenata dAmore by Manto vaniIsaac Fun On The Range Fun on the Range cooking clas ses for girls between the ages of will be held in Blairs ville this summer as a part of the Recreation Program Fun On The Range is an ac tivity presented by Pennsylvania Electric Company in conjunction with community Recreation grams Its purpose is to provide an opportunity for young girls to learn to cook through a series of 4 participating classes follow ed by a graduation program to which parents and friends are in Dr James Burk Supervising Principal of the Blairsville Joint Schools announced that regis tration will be held in the local grade schools on Monday May 25 Classes are scheduled to be gin early in July Those who register on May 25 will be noti fied by post card of the starting date and time Classes will be conducted in the High School Home Economics Department using Electric ranges furnished by Pyle Appli ance Center The instructor will be a member of the Penelec Home Economics staff For Ruraljyalley Church Mrs Carrie Fester president of Kiskimaietas Presbyterial in officers of the newly organized United Presbyterian Womens Association in the Rural Valley Presbyterian church on Friday evening Elected as officers and sec retaries to head the new Associa tion are Mrs Helen Sowers president Mrs Lucille Ambrdse vicepresident Mrs Glennamae Jewart secretary Miss Edna Patterson treasurer Secretaries of various departments are Mrs Sara Wilson Membership Mrs Lillian King ecumenical rela tions and evangelism Mrs Nancy Holsinger spiritual life and stewardship Mrs Frances missionary education Mrs Elizabeth Whitacre litera ture Mrs Pauline McConnell social education and action Mrs Dorothy Raraigh Christian Edu cation Mrs Helen Coulter ecu menical missions Mrs Frances Calarie national missions Mrs Ivy Hall sewing and supplies and Mrs Lottie Yount finance chairman Circle leaders are Mrs Lois Himes Mrs Martha Claypool and Mrs Ruth Mont gomery The Association will meet the first Friday of each month and is divided into three circles with one group meeting in the after noon and two in the evening Clymer Firemens Meets The progVam featured two playlets Baby Bears Birthday and Gracious presented by first grade pupils The new officers for 1959 60 who were installed at last weeks County PTA in charge of the meeting Eugene Jeffrey president ap pointed the following committee heads for the coming year Pro gram Robert Sweeney chair man and Mrs Lucille McNutt cochairman Ways and Means Mrs Mary Ann Kalafus chair man and Mrs Leonard Stabile Mrs Matilda Fabin co chairman Historian Mrs Mervin Templeton Hospitality Mrs Jack Long Publicity George Obush Membership No to M Mav 31 Mrs Mabel Malaker chairman May 31 and Mrs Carl Mucci cochair man safety Carl Bracken Announcement was made of the County PTA talentshow to be held on May 23 at United Joint High School Armagh Members are invited tb attend a student art show at Lucerne School on Thursday May 21r at 2 Mrs Joseph Krejocic irnmedjiv ate past president affe preciation to officers committee personnel and the bership for the ation during her twoyear term She also thanked thedjollowjng committee for handling afrange Jeane Graff daughter of Mr artd Mrs Paul W Graff of 225 South SixthiStreet will be gradu ated at the annual Commence ment of House in the Pines Recent Antique Show Pronounced Success Over 500 local and outoftown guests attended the Antiques Show and Sale according to re ports fiom the ladies of the Rec tors Guild of Christ Episopal Church that sponsored the ex hibit Comments from guests and dealers were veryfavorable and enthusiastic prize winners were local Indiana residents First day door prizeWent llelen Moor head 713 School and second ments for the covered4dsh din day winner was Mrs Joseph t 498 So 3rd St Flower arrangement winner was Mrs Leslie Householder 257 No 6th in the Indiana Garden Club ner which closed year Mrs Mabel chairman Mrs Carl Mrs Pete Medo Mrs Lomnicki Mrs Joe Daskivich Mrs Eugene participation in the show Jeffrey and Mrs Matilda The ladies of the Guild wish to a f f I take this opportunity of express appreciation for the CoSi Class Had Fun At Pie Social The CoSi Class1 of the Gray stone United Presbyterian Church held a at the home of Blair and Lola Jean Taylor Tuesday May 12th Those members present enjoyed bid ding on the pies baked by the ladies The gentlemen made ice cream later in the evening and the group enjoyed pieala mode The next social will be a picnic to be held at Dunians Lake June 23 support and attendance at the exhibit held May 7 and 8 and to all who worked s for its success Homer City Womerfs Club To Honor Past President Tuesday A dessert meeting honoring past of thi Club o Homer City tftll the current season ftif dub metrk bers the event is scheduled for Tuesday May 28 At ifi Homer City Fife An interesting program of spring music is planned under the direction of Mrs Lefty Smith Members are requested to turn their reservation by May 23 to Frances Supinka 395 S Main Street Homer City Health Fair To Be Held Johnstown May The third annual Health Fair sponsored by the Johnstown Jun ior Chamber of Commerce Will be held May 22 and 23 in the Cambria County War Memorial Arena Johnstown The fair iwlll be in 4 to 10 pm on Friday and from 1 to 10 on Saturday Carl Freed 75 Ak ers is general chairman There will be a total of 29 booths Tliere is no admission charge It is free and people are invited to attend and help make it a success which will only be possible if the public is in terested Time for tests are as follows Polio Shots Friday 7 to 9 Sat urday 2 to 4 and 1 to 9 Chest Xrays Friday 4 to 9 Saturday 1 to 4 and 6 to 9 Hearing tests Friday 7 to 10 Saturday 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 Diabetic detection Friday 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 Saturday 1 to 4 and 6to 9 Eye checks time not available at this writing Blood pressure and Blood typ ing will be continuous Entertainment program Friday 4 Memorial Hos pital Student nurses choir YMCA demonstration on gymnastics and body building Films at 7 and 9 Saturday YWCA slimnas tics demonstration Films at 7 8 and 9 Personal Mr and Mrs William Lightner of Cleveland Ohio enjoyed a three week visit with relatives and friends in Dixonville Hills dale Indiana and Kittanning COMING EVENTS Trail Riders Plan Future Meetings The Indiana County Trail Rid ers Association met at the Mc Creary Recreation Room on Tuesday evening May 19 were made for a square dance on June 5 at Meadow brook and a trail ride and cover ed dish picnic at the farm of HarVey Orr on June 7 Business oven the Trail Rjders were entertained by the DoSiDo ssquare dancers For best results when whip ping cream have it 24 hours old and thoroughly chilled One Year Old Auxiliary The monthly meeting of the Clymer Firemens Auxiliary was held Friday evening May 15 with 13 members present The stole was given to Alberta Pleyo and the pig to Helen Me Combs Nomination of officers for the ensuing year was held They will be installed at the next meeting Friday June 19 Lunch was served during the social hour or tbwn Death a buttonon Curving neckline above L priawit no waist seams to interrupt figureflattering lines Tomorrows pattern Misses pattern 4574 Misses 14 16 If 20 Size 16 r princess dress 4 yards t j yards directions on each pat er accurate tor topjtternadd 10 for fend tp Adams caro Bvanjflg Flag Etiquette When displayed otherwise than being flown from a staff the Flag should be suspended so that its folds fall free Whether hung horizontally or vertically the stars or union should always be in the Flags own upper right corner or to the observers left The should never be used as festooned back nor up in folds It should always be allowed to fall free Bunting should he used for decoration was to en w Norway ia 1907 DeboraJi Marie Geaia daugh ter of Mr and Mrs John Genta of RD 2 Horner City was one year old on May 5 Debbie is the granddaughter of John Genta and Metro Haranus both of RD 2 Homer Elks Auxiliary Card Party The Ladies Auxiliary to Indi ana Lodge No 931 Elks will hold a Card Party bti Thurs day afternoon May 21 from to oclock in the Elks Club South Thirteenth Street Bridge Five Hundred and Canasta will be played Awards will be given and refreshments A cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend Tickets can be purchased at the door Bloodmobile In Dayton The Dayton Womens Club is sponsoring avisit of the Red Cross Bloodmobile Unit on May 25 from 1 to 7 in the Dayton Fire Hall Anyone in good health from 18 to 60 may con tact Mrs Eli Fabian Dayton chairman if they havent been contacted by any club member Any Walkins are welcome 85 pints is the quota Baptist Women To Hold MotherDaughter Banquet The Barbor Bible Class and the Ladies Aid Society of the First Regular Baptist Church will hold their MotherDaughter ban quet on Friday evening May 22 at six oclock Members are asked to bring a covered dish sandwiches and table service A good t attendance is urged Friendship Grove Friendship Grove No 269 of the Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle will meet on ThursdaV evening May 21 at 8 oclock in the Kittanning Hall Honored guest for the meeting will be Miss Lois B Weekley Pennsylvania State Manager Hostesses will be Bernice er Rose Odosso and Eleanor Neal f Armstrong Grange To Attend Church Service Armstrong Grange 1645 will attend church services on day May 24 at 8 in thf Crete United Presbyterian Church The speaker for the evening will be the Rev Kenneth Camp bell pastor of that church A hearty welcome is extended to all Grangers and their The Oriental Lookln Lingerie The Oriental influence is apparent in this robe and matching gown right in a beauti ful new fabric called Conella Its a blend of cottonandviscose that washes like a hand kerchief and needs no Robe is bordered in cotton sateen and gown has mandarin GA1LE DUGAS NEA Womens Editor Arcadia Presbyterian Vacation BibleSchool The Arcadia Presbyterian Church will have Vacation Bible school beginning June 1 through June 12 with classes from 9 to each morning Classes will include Nursery to Junior High and all children in the area are invited to attend Closing Commencement p r o gram will be Sunday June 14 at Everyone welcome Homer City L A The John W Dutko Ladies Auxiliary 7412 of Homer City will hold thier regular monthly meeting Thursday eve ning May 21 at at the Slovenian Hall Cherry Run All members are urged to attend There will be initiation of new members Dance At Ox Hill A square and polka dance will be held at the Ox Hill Grange Hall Plumville Friday evening May 22 with a door prize and refreshments The public is cord ially invited Smorgasbord Tonight The Ladies Auxiliary to the Black Lick Volunteer Fire De partment will serve a smorgas bord dinner this evening May 20 from 5 to 7 oclock in the Black Lick Fire Hall S U V Auxiliary Wiljjam L Buchanan Camp Auxiliary 177 to the Sons of Union Veterans will hold their regular meeting Thursday May 21 at 8 in Memorial Hall All officers are requested to jyear short white dresses Change In Reception Due to unforseen circum stances the reception for Lucille Brown and James Howell will not be held at Home Grange It will take place in the church hall between Dixonville and Clymer Allison Bible Class The regular montly business and sociaj meeting of Allison Bible Class of Calvary United Presbyterian Church will be held in the church parlor Friday May 32 at Gold Star1 Mothers Honored By A L A Shannock Valleys Gold Star Mothers were honored at the recent meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary In other business Mrs Ellen Young Gladys VanDyke were elected as delegates to the state convention in Pittsburgh in July Plans were made to par ticipate withs the Legion in the Memorial Day Parade and ser vices y For the program Mrs June Boyer gave an interesting report on the PanrAmerican Country Salvador Mrs EthelMcCoy president presided at the meeting An elec tion of officers will be held at the next meeting Saltsbiirg Bible Class Had Banquet Thursday The Elizabeth Hart Bible Class of the Saltsburg Methodist Church held their annual Moth ers and Daughters Banquet on Thursday evening May 14 at Deans Party Room in Biairs ville with present Greetings were extended to Mothers by Mrs Marion Honeycutt and td the daughters by Mrs Marie Kelly There was group singing followed by a reading by Mrs Ruth Gould Mrs A J Ray mond of Indiana was guest speaker Mrs Helen Pierce pre sented bouquets of flowers to the three oldest mothers present Mrs Margaret Moore 88 Mrs Ida Frew and Fennel I her own mother 79 yrs The program closed with more group singing A traffic bottleneck is a place where suburbanites who dreamed of getting away from it all arrive at the same time One Year Old Today Alverda News HAVE YOU HEARD Grand pappy gets the urge to take long walks in May He likes the warm sunshine and always finds some thing exciting totell the chil dren about the home of a pair of squirrels a robins nest in some strange place a snake try ing to sun himself some new goldfish in the neighbors pool The kids like it better than all the booklearning they had that day in school where they did not want to sit still for any rea son Rochester Mills Mr and Mrs Ralph Oberlin with their daughter Karen and son James accompanied by Clair Burkett of Marion Center visited during the past week in Mrs Oberlins sis ter and family Mr and Mrs Walter Cross of Cortland Ohio Miss Tina States of Du Bois is visiting for several days in the home of her sisterinlaw Mrs Joseph States Mr and Mrs Ernest Elder and daughter Winona of New Ken sington spent Sunday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Wayne Elder Mr and Mrs Paul Work and son David of Chine Mr and Mrs Don Work and children of Punxsutawney Mr and Mrs Max Kinter and children and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Smyers of Marion Center spent Mothers Day with their parents Mr and Mrs H B Work Mr and Mrs Howard Pardee spent Saturday in Pittsburgh where Mr Pardee who has been ill had a checkup in Shady Side Hospital Mr and Mrs Darl Elkin and family of Indiana spent Sun day evening with Mr and Mrs Arthur Elkin parents of Darl Mrs Dee Varner of Indiana was a recent visitor in the home of her sister and herhusband Mr and Mrs Howard Pardee Sunday visitors in the hoine of Mr and Mrs Lester McFar land were her parents Mr and Mrs Harvey Mr and Mrs L Wayne Elder and daugh ters Nancy and Peggy Mrs Ethel Ruth and son James of Hamilton and Mrs Ruth States and daughters Joan and Vivian of Punxsutawney Walter Braughler and son Wayne spent Tuesday afternoon with his son Clair Braughler a patient in the Adrian Hospital Clair was Injured Saturday when his tractor overturned H is reported to be improved Mr and Mrs H M Pifer of Punxsutawney with their daugh ter Miss Louise Pifer of Nia gara Falls were Sunday William Long is a patient fii Spangler Hospital He was hurt Friday when he fell froma bi cycle near his home Mr and John Horvath are the proud parents of a new son born to them in he Hospital Saturday Mr and Mrs Robert Bellando and sons ofBrocton Mn and Mrs John Platcko and chilA dren of Painesville Ohio Spent several days at the of the womens parents Mrs James Foresi Mr and Mrs Glenn Himes are the proud parents of laatiew son born to them Saturdays in the Colver Hospital or Mrs Hulda Hili and Richard Shultz are patients in Spangler Hospital r Miss Mildred Wile spent eral days visiting relatives and friends in Waynesboro Mr and Mrs Edward Paduc chi of Mr and Mrs Delio Paris and children of Warren Ohio Joseph Berzan sky of New York City Mike Berzansky of Tonawanda Mr and Mrs Mike Ballas and son of Indiana Mr arid Mrs Jack Sinclair and daughter M of Houtzdale the Misses ParW bara Washolovich and Smith of Washington Mr and Mrs Carl Stiles and daughr ter of Cleveland Ohio Stanley Planisky and son of Chicago Mrand Mrs and son of Mr artd Mrs Joe Blanisky of Bridge port Mr and Mrs Steve Rusnak and children of Erie Mabel Higgins and nephew ert of Tonawanda Mr Mrs Delmont Marshall and daughter of Johnstown spent the Mothers Day weekend with their respective parents here Bring sunshine Into your kitch Harry George Rising 63 Sherman Street Clymer is cele brating his first birthday today May 20 He is the son of Mr and Mrs Gifford Rising His pa ternal grandmother is Mrs James Rising and his maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs William Pennington onta guests in the home of Effie Mo en Splash these lively rooster Milleo Other visitors in the Me on towels curtains and cjotljs vivid Millen home were E M Philjppi and son Carlton of Marion Cen ter and Mrs BJair Rorabaqgh of Pittsburgh Marion Center News Relatives who attended the funeral of William Thomas were Mr and Mrs Irving Young and family Campbell N Miss Betty McCracken Bath Mr and Mrs H JpU Cobiyn and family of Ulysses Clay Rickard NiteR Ohio Mr Mrs Jim Rickard of Lat robe Wilson TJwpaj M and fawjily Bradford Mr and Mrs Jess Smith and Mrs James Couch of Mm COLOR to crow about applique in print n plain con trasts with gay embroidery Pat tern 532 transfer of 4 motiff 8x11 inches pattern of patches Send Thirtyfive Cents coins for this pattern add 5 cents tor each pattern for Istclass mailing Send to Indiana ning Gazette NeedlecraJt Dept Box 169 Old Chelsea Uoo New York 11 Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER NAME ADDRESS and Send for a copy of 1959 Laura efcr Needlecralt lovely designa to enter quilting tank to surptiw to mak I cent i   

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