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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1980, Indiana, Pennsylvania Mt 28 I960 azel gazette i v Highland Music Wn livens DAC Meeting Corrine Dunlap Weds Donald Eaton music set the tone for the Juneluncheon of the James LeTort Chapter Daughters of the American Colonists DAC held in Trinity United Methodist Church Indiana McCune Slick of West New made a dramatic entrance attired in full McCune clan regalia He provid edcadescription of the various parts of htgspecial dress including tartan kilt as well as a history of the McCune clan He i coupled his sword and pistol dis pjayiwith tales of Scottish Highlander military feats Slick also gave a commentary detailing the materials and construc tion of bagpipes and was accompanied byWilliam Lovell as he sang several Scottish ballads gazette Pilchard and Darlene Kjeene of Plumville an nounce the birth of their first child Joshua Adam IHearrived at June in Indiana Hospital weighing in at sev en pounds five ounces and measuring inches in length is the grandson of Mr and Young NuMine Mr and Rutkowski Avon Lake Ohio and Leonard Keene Avon Ohio estimate that the average ihjomemafcer takes steps eyen more at cleaning time Preceding the program members and guests enjoyed a luncheon with the invocation being given by Evely Brack en Mrs Vivian Lovell regent called the business meeting to order The salute to the flag object of the society and the Americans Creed constituted the open ing excercises Delegates were elected to attend the State Assembly Esther Spicher and Helen Gressley will serve as delegates with Thelma Bell and Sallie Dimit as alternates The meeting will be held Sept 29Oct 1 at Howard Johnsons Motor Lodge Monroeville Sallie Dimit state chairwoman for Children of the American Colonists gave a report of the Ann LeTort Chapter CAC The next CAC General Assembly was set for June 28 in Inde pendence Ohio Mrs John Carl Foster national president of DAC will be the honored guest Mrs Lovells report of the DAC Gen eral Assembly held in Washington was decriptive of the opening ex ercises by the United States Air Force and the candlelight supper Her report also included highlights of the business meeting Minutes were read by the secretary Mrs Spicher and the treasurers re port was given by Thelma Bell Mrs Gressley gave the registrars report Marriage Licenses Dennis James Davis Indiana and Betty Jane Hill Indiana Daniel Brian Grove Indiana and Amy Christine Moreau Indiana John Eric Harmon Homer City and Tamera Kay Stumpf Indiana F Kanouffs Celebrate Golden Anniversary Mr and Mrs David Kanouff of Luciusboro will celebrate their golden anniversary July 5 with a renewal of love vows at the Indiana Methodist Church located at the corner of 12th and Church streets in Indiana service will be followed by a reception on the second floor the Community Center Building All friends of the couple are invited to join in the celebration Ida Blose Kanouff was born in Beyer and spent part of Her life in the Reynoldsville area She lived in Rossiter when she was married Born in Juenau David Kanouff moved to Luciusboro in 1940 The couple Istill resides there They are the parents of seven children five girls and two boys One son is deceased grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren complete the Gazette Photo by Beale LEWISVILLE A double ring cere mony in the Ebenezer United Presbyte rian Church Lewisville united Corinne Adele Dunlap and Donald Irwin Eaton in marriage Dr Robert Orr officiated at the May wedding Music was provided by Mrs Susan Leonard organist Soloists were Mrs Joyce Fails who sang Wedding Song and The Lords and Mrs Karen Zerfoss who sang If and Ev Mr and Mrs Dale B Dunlap of Clarksburg RD 1 are the brides par ents The groom is the son of Mr and Popp Lists Engagement Janice Popp HOMER CITY The engagement of her daughter Janice Marie is an nounced by Mrs Mary Popp of Homer City Janice is also the daughter of the late John Lefty Popp Her fiance is John Robert Bell the son of Mr and Mrs Elaine Bell Punxsutawney The bridetobe is a 1975 graduate of HomerCenter High School and a 1979 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a BS degree in ele mentary education Janice is presently teaching at SS Simon and Jude School in Blairsviile A 1972 graduate of Punxsutawney Area High School and a 1977 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a BS degree in accounting Jack is presently employed in the estimating department of Fisher Scientific Co of Indiana The couple is planning a June 1981 wedding Forsythe Juart Set Engagement MARION CENTER Mrs Loretta Forsythe of Marion Center and Mrs Stella Juart of Home RD 1 announce theengagement of their children Mona Jane and Bobby Lee Mona is also the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jerry Forsythe of Punxsutawney Bobby is the son of the late Theodore Juart A 1979 graduate of Marion Center Area High School has been accepted for the practical nursing program at the Indiana County Vo Tech School She is presently employed by KMart Inc Her fiance is a 1977 graduate of the same school and is employed by Jack Drilling Co A Sept 27 1980 being planned Mrs Ted Z Eaton also of Clarksburg RD1 The bride and her father arrived at the church in a horsedrawn surrey driven by the brides grandfather Mal colm Dunlap Sr She was escorted down the aisle by her father A white chiffon gown trimmed with reembroidered Alencon lace was cho sen by the bride The high neckline with standup crystal pleated collar and bishop sleeves were fashioned of Alen con lace A satin ribbon and silk rose trimmed the waistline of the chiffon pleated skirt which flowed into a cha pel length train Her headpiece was a white derby hat of chiffon and Alencon lace with a cha pel length veil A white silk rose with babys breath accented the hat She held a white lace parasol which was carried closed and filled with long stemmed white silk roses and silk babys breath flowers Denise Dunlap Cameron of Mentor Ohio cousin of the bride served as ma tron of honor Her coral shrimp gown of lustreglo knit and chiffon featured a pleated skirt shirred bodice and a T strap neckline A sleeveless chiffon jacket withpeplum and capped sleeves topped the gown The matron of honor wore a silk coral rose with white babys breath on a comb at the side of her hair Her flo wers consisting of silk rosebuds in coral and white babys breath flowers and rubrum lilies were carried on a white fan with streamers of white lace Bridesmaids were Lynn Gershman Wilmington friend of the bride Michelle Rossi Saltsburg future sis terinlaw of the bride Lindy Fails In diana friend of the bride and Mary Eaton Clarksburg sister of the bride Theresa Rado of Black Lick a cousin of the bride was the junior bridesmaid Their gowns and flowers were identi cal to those of the matron of honor Each girl wore a derby hat with twill ing and silk flowers on the side Flower girl Beth Marie Cameron a cousin of the bride from Mentor Ohio wore a dress with an empire waistline and peasantstyle bodice A ruffle at the hemline and coral and white satin ribbons around the waist accented the white chiffon gown She wore a coral ribbon in her hair and carried a miniature white lace parasol filled with coral and white silk rosebuds and babys breath flowers Ted Empfield of Perm Run a cousin of the groom was1 chosen as best man Ushers were Fred Eaton Clarksburg Pollys Pointers Mr and Mrs David Kanouff DEAR POLLY After cooling a cake upside down on a rack have you ever turned it right side up and had parts of the cake stick to the rack I have So today before removing the cake from the pan I dusted it lightly with powdered sugar No more stick DEAR POLLY Do not completely discard Orion crew socks with worn toes and heels Save the ribbed tops to use for jacket cuffs They wash beauti fully and look professional JUDY todays gazette whirl i Saltsburg Parents Anonymous i Now meeting Monday mornings For call 4638595 Alcoholics Anonymous at 2 every Saturday in Eastern Orthodox Foundation Meets at 8 every Monday in Cal varyUnited Presbyterian Church Sev ientaand Church Streets Center Senior Citizens VMeet at 6 Thursday July 3 for a Covered dish supper in the Park Hall 25tfrl and Mary Steffy are in charge of jthfiprograms i Com Parties Every Saturday at in Penn aunFire Hall Sponsored by Cherryhill Fire Company I U1 i J i Every Sunday and Tuesday at 7 In pastern Orthodox Foundation Route Early bird game at 7 every Monday in Commodore Fire Hall Reg ular game follows at Spon sored by Commodore Vol Fire Co Every Monday at 7 in True Blue Club Every 7 in Mclntyre Community Center Sponsored by CAP and firemen Every Monday at in Nowry town Sportsmens Club Sponsored by ladies auxiliary Every Monday at in Coral Fire Hall Every Tuesday at in Simon and Jude Parish Hall Blairs viile Every Tuesday at in Glen Campbell Schoolhouse Jackpot every by Glen Campbell Vol unteer Co Mr and Mrs Donald 1 Eaton brother of the groom Rod Empfield cousin of the groom Brad Dunlap Clarksburg brother of the bride Tom Dunlap Fayetteville cousin of the bride and Rod Heiple State College friend of the bride The brides cousin Adam Dunlap of Blairsviile served as the ring bearer Music for the wedding reception in Holiday Inn Indiana was provided by the John Zedick band of Blairsviile A social hour was held in the courtyard with a buffet dinner in the banquet rooms The bride is an major at Indiana University of Penn sylvania The groom attended Florida Southern College and is presently em ployed by Dale B Dunlap on Cedar Drive Dairy Following their wedding trip to Wil liamsburg the couple will be re siding in Lewisville Photo by Maize Double Ring Ceremony Unites Gloria Contrucci Jim St Bernard of Clairvaux Roman Catholic Church Indiana was the site of the May 24 1980 wedding of Gloria Ann Contrucci and James L Feather Fr Andrew Shal was assisted by Fr Thomas A Florentine TOR in per forming the 2 double ring ceremo ny Readings were given by E Lynn Contrucci a cousin of the bride Carolyn Violi served as organist and soloist Parents of the bride are Mr and Mrs Albert Contrucci Indiana The groom is the son of Mrs Edna Feather of Indi ana RD 6 and the late Ralph M Feath er The brides white qiana gown fea tured a Uneckline edged in silk venise lace and seed pearls The long fitted sleeves appliqued with venise lace and pearls ended in a deep cuff of point desprit and lace Falling from an em pire waist the full skirt flowed into a chapel train Her headpiece was a silk illusion fingertip veil edged in venise lace and attached to a Juliet cap of lace and seed pearls She carried a silk cascade arrange ment of white gardenias apricot rose buds lilies of the valley and blue babys breath accented by white streamers The bride was escorted to the altar by her father Serving as maid of honor for her sis ter was Janet Contrucci of Indiana Her light blue silesta gown wasfashioned with a high neck split sleeves and a fit ted bodice Thedress featured a wrap around skirt and long detachable un derskirt She wore a headpiece of flowers to match her gown and carried a white lace fan with blue dogwood babys breath lilies and roses accented by blue streamers Friends of the bride Mary Jo Mance Delmont Vicky Spene Reynoldsville and Cathy Brown Indiana were the bridesmaids Their apricot gowns were identical to that worn by the honor at Every Monday at in Marion Center Community Park Hall Spon sored by Marion Center Lions and fire men Parents Anonymous A group meets in Indiana every Tues day evening For further information call 4638595 Brush Valley Senior Citizens Meet at July 2 in the fire hall Whirl Deadline All items to be published in the Wom ens Whirl column are due no later than the day before publication Items for Saturdays Whirls are due be fore Friday and items for Mondays column are due before 1 Friday No guarantees can be made that an item will appear on a particular every effort will be made tov publish all items as soon as possible Mr and Mrs James L Feather tendant and each wore a headpiece of flowers matching her gown The bridesmaids carried white lace fans with peach dogwood white lilies apricot roses and babys breath ac cented with apricot streamers Jessica Feather Delmont a thegroom served as the flower girl She wore a light blue gown with ribbons in her hair and carried a miniature fan of blue roses lilies dogwood and babys breath trimmed with streamers Michael Borst of Punxsutawney was chosen as the best man Ushers duties were handled by Bob Rougeaux Chester Mills and David Receski Indi ana both friends of the groom and Terry Sell Imler cousin of the groom Ring bearer was Leon Feather of Sa lem Ohio a nephew of the groom A buffet receptionin Rustic Lodge featured music by The bride is a 1977 graduate of Indi ana High School and a X979 graduate of Mount Aloysius Junior Cres son The groom is a 1976 graduate of Mar ion Center High School and 1980 gradu ate of Indiana University of Pennsylva nia Indiana will the residence of the newlyweds after their wedding trip to Florida Photo by Maize Evergreen AARP Holds Spring Picnic Evergreen Chapter 2581 of the Ameri can Association of Retired Persons AARP held their spring picnic at June 20 at Mack Center A catered picnic dinner was enjoyed by 199 members of the group Following the dinner many partici pated in the corn party directed by John Gray and Millard Frye A number of door prizes were given away Members agreed that the pleasant evening made them look forward to the AARP meetings which begin again in September Howard Martin and his committee were in charge of arrangements for the affair Bridge Club Names Winners s V Indiana Duplicate Bridge Club held its weekly gdme on June 24 in the SheratonEvergreen Indiana The fol lowing people were winners In NorthSouth play Walter and Meg Klamp took first place honors followed by Jim Morrison and Jim Gray in sec ond Margaret Daughtery and Dick Stuver were named third place finish ers and Betty Clay and Theljna Kaylor took fourth A M Judge Edwin Clark and Ed Koch won the EastrWest division In second place were Bob and Jane Derry followed by Jack and Marian Creps in third Fourth place went to Steve and Babs Gray
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