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Bucks County Courier Times (Newspaper) - April 5, 1969, Levittown, Pennsylvania it APRJL 1969 BUCKS COUNTY COURIER TIMES MCE 5 Cl asses. To Begin Thursday The Nowtown Program Cen- ter of the Bucks County YWCA will open its spring classes on Thursday. The courses will continue for six consecutive Thursdays. The-morning sessions wilt be held from to and afternoon classes from 1 to 3 o'clock In the Newtown Friends Meeting South Court St. The' morning classes and Ihclr teachers are Mrs. Virginia Mrs. Velma book dis- Donald Jones of the Bucks County Regional Li- Lower begin- ners' Mrs. Robert and beginners' Mrs. Marion Washing- ton Crossing. Tennis instruction will be given each Thursday from to a.m. by Mrs. Russell Struble of Newtown. A slimnastics starting at 10 a.m. each Thursday at the Newtown Presbyterian will be taught by Lcis at 10 a.m. golf instruction will be given by Robert pro at the Northampton Country Club at Richboro. The afternoon art and inter- mediate sewing classes wilt start at in the Meeting 'House with Cretty and Mrs. re- spectively. Beginners' a d- vanced S p a n 1 s h and green thumb gardening classes are scheduled from 1 to 3. Trips to outstanding gardens in the area are also planned. Mrs. Harold Latourctlc is president of the Newtown Program and Mrs. Richard program chairman. Education Workshop 5 ated t Apri 16 At Newtown Church PRIZE-WINNING PAINTING Mrs. Sherman Kent displays her painting which took first place in a contest sponsored by the art department of Hie Morrisville Woman's Club. Looking on arc Mrs. Les- lie Cretty an art and Mrs. Fred Han- a judge in the competition. Bucks Psychologist To Speak At Children's Grou p Meeting Mrs. Walter E. director of lite Christina Asso- ciation at the University of will conduct workshop on April 1C at p.m. in Fellowship Hall of the Newtown Presbyterian East Washington and Chancellor St. The theme of the workshop is Cultural Dimensions of The affair will be sponsored by the Hoard of Dea- cons of the Newtown Church and The International Hospi- tality P r o g r a m of Greater an organization which serves students and medical personnel in the Philadelphia area by provid- ing contacts with Americans through a h o 31 family pro- g r a English conversation classes for and various related projects. An invitation has been ex- tended to anyone who is inter- ested in the various stons of Inlcrnation.il Educa- tion Exchange to attend the program. A dessert will pre- cede the workshop. The Intermit lonjil Hospitali- ty Program is primarily a ml imteer willt financial support provided by chiireli councils and Volunteers are always wol- cumc to participate as host English and olficc Further information may bft obtained by contacting Mrs. William F. Alexander or by writing The International Hos- pitality .1001 Locust Philadelphia. 19101. Mrs. Walter Clarke Clinical psychologist Jcri J. Goldman Ph.D. will be guest speaker at Wednesday's meeting of the Bucks County Chapter of the Delaware Val- ley Association for Children with Learning Disabilities. The group will convene at p.m. at the William Pcnn Center. Fallsington. Topic for the evening will be the Learning Disability Clvld within the Family of the Married and the mother of three children. Dr. Goldman studied at San Antonio Col- San Texas. Eileen Luff Eileen Luff Engaged To City Student Mr. and Airs. Stephen G. Luff of Richboro announce the engagement of their daugh- ter. Miss Eileen Ruth to James Richard son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Shoemaker o f Pa. .Miss an alumna of Council Rock High is a senior Tit Wilkes College where she is majoring in fine arts. Mr. a graduate of Bloomsburg High School and Albright is at- tending Philadelphia College of Ostcopalhic Medicine and is a member of Atlas Medical Fraternity. An August wedding is planned. Go Lightly On Soap If Skin Is Very Dry If your skin has a tendency toward the best thing to do is to use a minimum of soap. Use cleansing creams in- limiting soap to once or twice a week. Be sure to ap- ply a moisturizing cream right after you've used soap on your face. ________ TEMPLE Linda Whclan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Whelan. 1310 Bath has been accepted at Temple Ambler where she will study psychology. Miss Whctan is a senior at W o o d r o v Wilson High where fhe is a member of Student Future Teachers of and National Honor Society. Questers Chapter To Meet Thursday Howard Hoppock of New- town will be guest speaker at the April meeting of the Walking Purchase Chapter of the Q u c s t c r s' Clubs. The group will convene on Thurs- day at the home of Wil- liam Churchvillc. Hoppock. who has lived in Newtown area for the past 15 will show collections of Early American tools. He attended the Whar- ton School of the University of Pennsylvania and is director of industrial relations for Bad- e n It a u s e n Cornwclls Heights. Bow leg Is Normal In Young Children fn many healthy bowlcg under age two and knock-knee between ages two and 12 arcquite normal growth a radiologist finds. Dr. Charles E. Shopfnor of the University of Missouri School of Medicine says in healthy nothing need be done by way of correction until and few children then need any treatment. Miss Diana Lynri Warrell To Wed Mr. McCallister Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert War- G94 Latona Road. have announced the en- gagement of their Miss Diana Lynn Warrell to Fredrick E. McCallister son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bar- nachcz of Mass. The a graduate of Morrisville High is employed by F.W. Woolworlh Co. In Trenton. The prospective an alumnus of Easthampton High is serving with the Homemaker Pays For Modern Food Service About 06 percent of what the homemakcr pays for fond covers costs of storing and other factors involved in moving food more quickly in convenient form to modern homes. Recent market research in- dicates that c o n s u m c r de- mands for convenience foods have increased two or thnre times faster than the demand for the basic food itself from the farmer. Thus. less of the food dollar goes to the farmer and more goes into the services related to convenience. U.S. Air Force and is sta tioned at McGuirc Air Force Base in New Jersey. A May wedding is planned. Trinity University in San An- tonio. Southern Methodist Ur.i- and Stanford Calif. t She is consulting gist to The Woods Schools and Residential Treatment Langhornc. the Bris- tol Borough Public the New-Hope Solcbury School and Solcbury School. Dr. Goldman also is staff psychologist at the Drenk Memorial Guidance Mount N.J.. and has a private practice in Lcviltown. Her who also holds a is as- sistant director research and evaluation. Jefferson Com- munity Mental Health and Is a rcseach associate in psychiatry at Jclferson Medi- cal College. The meeting is open to the and refreshments will be served. Future Brides Prospective brides wish- ing to have pictures and complete accounts of their weddings primed in the Bucks County Courier Times should submit nuptial picture and infor- mation at least one week prior to'the ceremony. Wedding pictures and stories will be accepted for publication only if received in this office no later than three weeks af- ter the ccrcmcny. Wedding questionnaires and further information may be obtained either by calling the Women's News Department a t 943 Monday through Friday be- tween 8am. and 4 or by writing to Women's Bucks County Cou- rier 8400 Route Lcvittoivn. 1905B. EUROPE 2 WEEKS W 4 CAPITALS TEVELIN TRAVEL 13010 BUSUETON AVE. SOMERTON.PA. EL 5-4050 Innocent Goodies Are Stain Villains Your artfully conceived centerpiece of nuts and may le.tvc an unwanted sou- venir tablecloth stain unless vou do some preliminary test- ing. Place your proposed cen- terpiece on a damp towel a .several-hour trial period. If a slain develops. juur table- cloth mil but it can he protected placing the items on a snull .sheet of cellophane or other See Your European Travel Specialist LOTHARW.SCHADINGER for the EUROPEAN DREAM VACATION depart C IS DAYS TRAVEL NUHAHIHt MAIL INC 355-5600 Diana Warrcll SOMERTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Trcvosc off Bustleton Avenue Geo. W. 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