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Indiana Evening Gazette Newspaper Archive: May 20, 1959 - Page 12

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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                I I i today Night to Kathy Quimis home where big Social event of theplayed badminton ping pong dan sciiMyear at Indiana Joint and just had fun The girla will take place Friday May and their guests were Kathy 22 iftis will be the jQuinn Andy Kish Sue Steiner Jde Pfom at the High School Gym Saffron Sally Secbski Jerry Ko from 9 oclock untir 12 oclock zusko Patty Bankoski Butch Music wifl be prrjrvided by the Jazz Kennedy Barb Geletka Gene Rin Quartet Following the prom allkuS Monjca Petroski Buck John seniors and their guests will go to ston Judy Kajto ciinnrng guests These two ham Patty OreiTdorf KenHennd organizations have opened their isey arid Mr and Mrs Hennessey doors that the teens might have a I On Saturday several boys went place to go after the prom ito Maryland to watch the races PARTIES JThe fellows that went were Ed Friday night Julie Redman Kline Fred Soust Foust a party at her home The kids i Fred Chester Barbor Bob Lfr ate danced and watched Evroy Gourley Jerry Peck Mc eryone a nice at tending Were George Kennedy Sandy Gershman Georgie Jerko Kathy Olsen Sally Secosky Tom Jacoby Jerry Kozusko Bob Bab co Buck Johnston George Cun ningham Nancy Lambert Barry 4Wetiel Jim ROccoNas Don Jeffries Jerry Stokes Davey Mike Rayko Denny Marshall Peggy Watkins Marilyn Fleming Ed Klamar Ed Anderson Patty Bankosky and Ju lie Westminster Fellowship had a retreat at the Lions Health Camp Friday and Saturday nights Rev Hutchison and John Boris were the supervisors Teens that were there r were Nancy Fleming Katy George Barb Brown Barb Walk er Lucy McAfoose Gaye Hitch 1 ings v Kay doehrane Kathy Brown Betsy Ktouk Dick Hunter and Rutlvie Byers All of these teens reported a very nice time Raychel Dean had a slumbe iparty at her home on Sundaj night The girls there were An Getts Eileen Blakely Patty Hen ico and Raych The girls reall had fun On Sunday May 17 CD of Troop St Francis of Assissi wen bowling from there to Sue Stein ers home for a hot dog roast the Knight Joe Scrap Kovalchick oel Jerry Johnson Chuck Spad Spadafora Bill Gets Gat Denny Mooch Douds Curt Lawman Fee Bill Boob Rose hil Wiener Forrester John Fish Reynolds Jim James Roily Rolo McCullough Dem Mayors Defeated james Herrmann beat thfe ftvefalt tatet of 4t third MfcHaei Dunn tor the cities Lbwer Bifr eratie nomination in Sfearon rell are nowpresented by 26 Frank Sftydef won the Republican1 Democratic mayors tnd 21 Rfepub nomination In J 6 a n n ette Westmoreland County Ffank Binda woft the Democratic nomination defeating incumbent mayor A B Elias Hafold was unopposed candidate tn Lebanon bdft organisation Oil Drum Poor Place For Ploy f BETHPAGE yearold Dduglas KJtchefl Bought a bad day for cfotte in Tuesdays candidates betked candidates I6st out CwjjHaiiempty oifdrum neftr his hohie i wen wiffi no trouble in the states oilman Grant Feeser defeated a goodhiding place three larfeest titles but elsewhere am W Rakow on the RepubUcan He found outTuesday how and County Democratic wrong he was During a game he popped irt and squeezed himself down hot torn Then he couldnt get but inated candidates for mayor Finally police used an electric teen of the 29 now have Democrafiaw to cut the drum apafj tic incumbents and fourteen other After an hour in a dfampeJ have Republican mayors The position D o tig I aNS couldnt newest third class city Lower straighten up He was cdfrjed to til he could jid Mike 0Hara JThey all en qyed theraces Peggy Glevovich and Florence Wlllard have been accepted and can be seen as student nurses at the Indiana Hospital next year The officers of next gears Red Cross will be President Sue Stein ir vice president Patty Bankos ky secretary Sally Secosky Pinkie Lumpkin and sergeantatarms Barb Sadler The Indiana Track team won the Gazette relay races on Mon day night The score of the race was Indiana 45 and United Joint Last Saturday Dave Watkins and Gene Rinkus qualified for the State meqlt This is the third con secutive year for the boys Tonfght is the Miss Indiana County Pageant This will be helc at Fisher Auditorium at Tick ets may be purchased at th door if you do not alreadj have one Monday night Indiana Assembly No Ill Order of Rainbow Girl WIN RIFLE TROPHIES Capt Woerncr McKinsey commanding officer of Company B of the 458th Engineer Battalion local reserve unit presents trophies and awards to the units top Ml rifle to right are Harper Sgt Paul Stenrrian Capt McKinsey Robert Mancabelli and Pfc C E Hutchison Harper was runnerup in the company and high in the third platoon Stenman high for the first platoon Mancataelli high for the second and Hutchinson was the winner of the match The trophies and awards were part of an incentive program in the companys yearly Ml rifle qualifications Members of the unit will depart Saturday for their annual twoweek encampment at New Cumberland General Depot Gazette photo by Sipos incumbent Democrats seeking 4 nomination for another term didnt1 James G Kfuause ttailed Dr fare so1 Richard D Schreiber Mftyflr Richardson Dilworth was In all 29 third class cities unopposed on the Democratic et in Democra tic chairman Joseph M Barr had an easy time winning nomination for the unexpired term M David L Lawrence as mayor ofjBurrell in Westmoreland a hospital in a sitting position Pittsburgh And mayor Arthur W named its candidates for mayor There his legs yvere massaged un Gardner bested a field of council for the first time walk others in Erie the states argest Harold Stassen had Only minor opposition in his race forthe tiOP nomination in Philadelphia Paul 3 Reinhold Will oppose Barr in heavily Democratic and Republican John W English s the Republican choice for may or of Erie in Allentown Reading Car bortdale and Shafon Democratic organization candidates lost out Mayor Donald V Hock of Al tentpwn seeking his third term was defeated by John T Gross former deputy state secretary of commerce Ezra E Fetzer won a Newcastles Mayor Beaten NEW CASTLE Pa or Edward A DeCsybo lost h i s bid for a third consecutive term when he was defeated for the Re publican nomination in Tuesdays primary Councilman Herman Steinbrink fiveway battle for the Republican Mayor Daniel F McDevitt of Reading during whose term gam bling and bootlegging scandals have been uncovered by outside investigators lost to councilman John B Kubacki in a four man Democratic contest Kubacki will face Republican J Edgar Hilgen dorf in Jtfovenyjer Office Houri Dally 9 to 5 OPTOMETRIST Tuesday Evenings to P M Thursday 9 A M to 12 Noon Dr B C Lewine 21 S 7tli St Phone 56232 Same Side of Street as Postoffice PAYMENTS ARRANGED held an open installation The girlszie confidential observer Susan selected and appointed iorT the next term were worthy Judy Ferree worthy visor Nancy Nolan cHal Nantais Hope Celie Olsi Judy Fleming recorder vis treasurer Debbiefp defeated DeCarbg votes to In Carbondaie incumbent mayj jor Frank P Kelly lost to Frank lain Mary Ann Buch leader Margaret Wolford love Cherise Cramer religion Cindy Canfield nature Judy Kaylor mortality Betsy Gressley Barbara Ensley patriotism Gin ger Feather service Gene Men GREATER SLEEPING BETTER BIGGER SAVINGS outer observer Peggy King choir director Beth Hughes musician Nancy Wiley pages Mary Jane Johnson Nancy Bloom historian Charlotte B a r e foot publicity Kathy Brubaker and mother advisor Mrs Chelsea Kurd The installing officers were Carole Johns junioij past worthy advisor Marilyn Hurd past wor thy advisor Nancy Fleming past worthy advisor Sally Smith past worthy advisor Sue Cummins past worthy advisor Judy Hess Sue Bee Judy Davis Debbie Parks and Nancy Sahli This was a very impressive ceremony For the closing of the Bible Carole Johns sang T Walk Today Where Jesus V Jerry Boucher is in Blairsville tonight see If you have any info call me My number is 55713 Richard Biddlewo n the Demo cratic nomination for mayor poll ing votes to 711 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