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Stroudsburg Pocono Record (Newspaper) - June 2, 1975, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania The Pocono Itetord, The Stroudsburgs, Pa. Mon., June 1, 1975 Obituaries County parochial schools honor students with awards Lillian Werkheiser EAST STHOt'DSBl'KC, Mrs. Lillian B. Werkheiser, 83. of 728 Bryant St.. Stroudsburg. died Saturday in Stroud Manor. East She was the wife of the late Harry M. Werkheiser. Born in Newark. N.J.. she spent most of her life in Stroudsburg. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. Stroudsburg. She is survived by a brother. Carl E. Geiger. of Hollywood. Fla.: a niece. Mrs. Joyce Houser. Stroudsburg; a neph- ew. Forrest Fabel. Strouds- burg. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today in (he William H. Thomas Funeral Home. Stroudsburg. with I he Rev. John Stendahl. officiating. Burial will be in Laureiwood Cemetery. Howard A. Miller EAST STROUDSBURG Howard A. Miller. 54, of 181 Lenox Avc.. East Stroudsburg. died Friday in the General Hospital of Monroe County, East Stroudsburg. He was the husband of Norrna J. (Kunklel Miller, at home. Born in Delaware. N.J., he was a son of the late William and Laura (VanWhy) Miller. He had been a lifetime Monroe County resident and had been employed by the Packaging Corp. of America for 30 years. He was a World War 11 veter- an: serving in the U.S. Navy. In addition to his wife, he is survived by four daughters. Miss Harriet Miller, at home; Mrs. Jeanette Hawes of Hen- derson. Nev.; Mrs Sandra Snick, of Bartonsville; Mrs. Linda Klein; of East Strouds- burg; a sister, Mrs. Lydia Lut- jens: of Stroudsburg; two brothers. Raymond Miller; of Analomink and Chester Miller; of Stroudsburg; six grandchil- dren; several nieces and neph- ews. Funeral services will be held at p.m. Tuesday in the Lanterman Funeral Home, East Stroudsburg. with the Rev. Norman R. Savage, offi- ciating. Burial will be in Pros- pect Cemetery. Viewing will be 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mabel I. Campbell EAST STROUDSBURG Mrs. Mabel 1. Campbell, 74, of Saylorsburg died Friday at the General Hospital of Monroe County. East Stroudsburg. She was the wife of the late Arthur Campbell. Born in Bethlehem, she was a daughter of the late John H. and.Elizabeth (Kresge) Baltz. She was a life long resident of the Saylorsburg and Bethle- hem area. She was a member of the Central Moravian Church of Bethlehem, the Kings Daugh- ters of Society of the Church and the Blue Ridge Hook and Ladder Auxiliary of Saylors- burg. She is survived by one sister. Mrs. Felma A. Menvarth of East Stroudsburg. R.D. 2; and two nieces. Mrs. Robert (Eliza- beth I Bixler of Stroudsburg and Mrs. June Davies of Prospect Park. Funeral services will be held at p.m. Tuesday. June 3 from the Daniel G. Warner Funeral Home with the Rev. Peter D. Skelly officiating. Burial will be in the Niskey Hill Cemetery. Bethlehem. Vi- siting will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Samuel K. Rock SOLTH STERLING Sa- muel Kreider Rock. Sr.. 72. of South Sterling died in his home Thursday. He was the husband of Katherine iFoxi Rock. Born in Manor, son of Kreider and Gertrude Walth- our Rock, he lived in South Sterling since 1969. He was for- merlvof Sharon Hill. Notre Dame EAST STROUJASBUm; Twelve seniors at N'otre Dame High School in East Strouds- burg have received awards at a recent awards presentation at the high school. Receiving six awards was Michael Brygider. son of Mr. and .Mrs. Paul Brygider of 881 Queen St.. Stroud Township. He received an honor cowl for being a National Honor Society member who achieved a cumu- lative average of 90 per cent or more during a four-year period. Brygider also received the National High School Award for Excellence, the Bausch and Lcmb Honorary Science Award, the Betty Crocker Homemaker Award, the Scran- ton Diocesan Mathematics Contest Award and a certifi- cate indicating he was a Na- tional Merit Finalist. Also receiving cowls were Rosemary Carp, class valedic- torian James Connell, Daria Dale. Teresa Modafferi, Kath- erine Shoemaker, Joan Resh and Mary-Ann Werkheiser. Connell, Robert Owermohle, Thomas Kilty and Miss Werk- heiser also received the A'a- tional High School Award for Excellence. Miss Werkheiser received the Glee Club and Business Institute awards. Miss Resh received the DAR Citizenship, Quern Queritis Troupe and Music Study Club awards. Miss Carp won a Na- tional Merit Letter of Com- mendation. Salutatorian Frank K. Pappa- lardo received a National Merit Finalist Certificate. I It- earned a four-year renewable scholarship to Temple Univer- sity through the National Merit program. He will also receive the Bruce P. Frassinelli French Award. Connell received an achieve- ment scholarship from an anonymous donor for leader- ship, dependability, and aca- demic achievement. Robert Snee received the Kiwanis Citation, awarded to the senior possessing qualities of physical health, social poise, cooperation and spiritual vi- sion. He shared the Quern Queritis Troupe Award with Miss Resh. Owermohle and Miss Shoe- maker received the "1 Dare You" leadership award pre- sented to a senior boy and girl who, by vote of the faculty, best exemplify leadership traits and character. Miss Modafferi received the Newman Apostolate Scholar- ship presented to a graduating senior enrolled at East Stroudsburg State College. The awards were presented by Dean of Students Jeffrey Lyons. Martin Boylan, former English faculty member at Notre Dame, gave the main address. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Thomas J. Cawley, administra- tor of Notre Dame, also spoke. Pocono Catholic CRESCO Paula Horvalh, a senior at Pocono Central Catholic School in Cresco, has won the annual Rev. Vincent P. Harrity Memorial Award of for excellence in the study of religion. She also won the DAR award for demonstrating dependabi- lity, service, leadership and patriotism; an award for out- standing performance in math- ematics and an award for at- taining the highest average during the past four years. She is class valedictorian. Honors were presented dur- ing a recent awards night. Joseph Hardy received the Msgr. Connell A. McHugh Me- morial Award and for ex- emplifying the qualities of Msgr. McHugh. The award was established by the Mother's Club of Pocono Cen- tral Catholic School. Other students honored were Teresa Jani and Victor Genco, the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary awards; Gerard Kozic, fresh- man class DAR award and "Optimists" of the Strouds- burgs oratical award; Francis Regan, Kiwanis Club of Stroudsburg citation of and plaque; Karen Kearney, Rota- ry Club award of and Vin- cent April and Anna Wilk, Lionettes of the Poconos awards of Also Regan and Nancy Mar- ciw, leadership pins for co-edit- ing the yearbook; Ken Marie Marryshow, for participating in the Catholic Forensic League; Scott Mackin, the John F. Kennedy Memorial Award sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, and Miss Marciw, DAR award for excel- lence in American History and the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Award. Susan Spitale, Pocono Moun- tain Women's Club award of Thomas Tierney, renewable scholarship given by Moravian College of Bethle- hem; salutalorian Scott Mack- in, an award for attaining the second highest scholastic average for four years; Fran- cis Regan, for outstanding per- formance on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, and Lisa Cooke, the National Fed- eration of Musicians award. Inducted into the school's National Honor Society at the time were Timothy Gaughan, Janice Ayers, Dana DeSanto, Deborah Leonard, Mary Jane Natishyn, Marjory Nawrocki, Kathryn Pepia, Lynn Keiz, Pa- tricia Sauter and Donna Spara- co. Student council officers were installed for the 1975-76 school year. They are Kathryn Pepia, president, and Susan S. Mur- ray, vice president. and the are hand- BIRTH PIATE (wl 'Tree of Life' birth ne gift which will be or a lifetime. Made of net measures a full me, weight, birth date me of the Zodiac sign In led. Blue for a boy Pink for a girl. Scales and Zodiac symbol In striking 24 k. gold. Only Marty Company, Ocpl. 28, BOK 261, Brodheadsville, Pa. 18322. Wesf End honor Catina West End Bureau KRESGEVILLE Robert Catina was named Jaycee of the Year Saturday night at the annual installation banquet of the Western Pocono Jaycees; it is the highest honor the ser- vice club bestows on any of its members. More than 60 Jaycees and their wives turned out to honor Catina at the Polk Township Firehouse dinner awards night. Catina received the award because of his outstanding sup- port of such community proj- ects as the old-fashioned senior citizen's picnic, The Mary Smale Scholarship Fund, the West End community clam bake, the children's annual Christmas party, and the first annual Jaycee talent contest. A teacher at Pleasant Valley High School, Catina is also in- volved with the school sports program. An award for the outstanding Jaycee project of the year went to Donald Brong for chairing the suit club, which raised the money to support three scholarships this year for Pleasant Valley High School students. In the last four years, the Jaycees have presented in local schol- arships. The Spoke award for the out- standing first-year member went to Donald Rinker, the new editor of "The West Wind." The Spark Plug award went to Frank Wernet for his out- standing involvement on Jay- cee projects throughout the year and for his contribution to membership retention pro- grams. Awards for outstanding proj- UPI Wf AIHER FOTOCAS1 Weather pattern EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA Mostly sunny and pleasant today and Tuesday. Highs in the 70s. Fair tonight, lows in the mid 40s to mid 50s. SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY Sunny and pleasant today, with highs in the mid 70s to around 80. Fair tonight, with lows in the mid 40s to around 50. Sunny and warm on Tuesday. LOCAL TEMPERATURES 5 a.m. 7 a.m. 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 12 p.m. ..69 ..69 p.m. p.m. 11 p.m. 12 a.m. .......73 .......73 .......72 .......73 .......74 .......74 .......74 ...74 .......73 .......72 .......71 70 Weekend hospital notes Prior to his retirement, he was employed as travel repre- sentative for the American Ex- press Company in Philadel- phia. He was of the Episcopal faith and was a member of Mount Carmel Lodge 133 S AM. Warrenton. Va. Besides his wife, survivors include two sons, Samuel X.. Jr. of Washington and Frank J. of King of Prussia: a daughter. Mrs. Katherine Rodgers of Fort Benning. Georgia; a sis- ter, Mrs. Sarah Jones of Fair- mount, West Virginia; and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, June 2 at the Arthur J. Frey Funeral Home. Rte. 191. La Anna with the Rev. Robert N. Manor offi- ciating. Interment will be in Pine Grove Cemetery, South Ster- ling. There will be no viewing. SATURDAY Births A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Peter McEntire of Saylorsburg R.D. 1: a son to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hartley of Strouds- burg R.D. 2. Admissions Mrs. Eleanor Rolph. Strouds- burg R.D. 2; Robert Brands, Portland; Christine Hawley. Wind Gap; Mrs. Ruby Tran- sue. Henryville: George Feth- erman. East Stroudsburg R.D. 2; Harry Johnson. Buck Hill Falls; Mrs. Lillie Hoch. East Stroudsburg; James F. Hassler. East Stroudsburg R.D. I; Mrs. .Margaret Lindner. Stroudsburg: Mrs. Wilkinson. Henryville R.D. 1; Frank Victor, East Stroudsburg R.D. 3: Miss Anna Couriright. and Miss Nancy Hurl, East Stroudsburg. Discharges Mrs. Kathryn Pugh and son. Stroudsburg; Mrs. Ruth Wil- liams and son. Dingman's Ferry R.D. 1; Albert Mitchell, Easton; Cieorgc Slrunk Jr., StroiKlsburfi; Daniel C'app.i, Marshalls Creek: Kelli Ann Popis. East Stroudsburg R.D. 2; Leonard Doggett. East Stroudsburg; Mrs. Helen Gor- don. Stroudsburg R.D. 1: Mrs. Agnes Moeller. East Strouds- burg; Mrs. Gilma Vibercik. Tobyhanna; Edward Shepherd. Dingman's Ferry: Henry Gnas. Elizabeth. Walter DePue. East Stroudsburg R.D. 2: Mrs. Helen Kresge. Henry- ville R.D. 1: and Mrs. Millie A. LaBar. Canadensis R.D. 1. SUNDAY Admissions Harry Hammond. Strouds- burg; Mrs. Grace Kneebone. Mt. Bethel R.D. 1; and Wayne Grove. Blairstown. N.J. Discharges Christine Hawley. Wind Gap: Robert Brands. Portland; Mrs. Ruth Basile. Blairstown R.D. 2: Mrs. Anna Keiper, Pocono Lake: Carl Werkheiser, Stroudsburg; Miss Rose Utter, Nazareth; Mrs. Margaret Gall. Mt. Pocono: Laurence Hil- liard, Stroudsburg; and Robert Fischer, Pocono Pines. ects of the year were as fol- lows: biddy football Ray- mond Knecht and fishing contest Donald Gower in the youth assistance category; suit club _ Donald Brong and square dances Ronald Borger in the ways and means category; Leadership-in-Action Duane Hubbard and charter night banquet Gene Mackes in the outstanding internal ac- tivities category, and old-fash- ioned senior citizens' picnic Robert Catina and children's Christmas party _ Bill Morris in the outstanding community project category. Tom Hare was named Jay- cee of the first quarter for serving as publicity chairman and for co-chairing the com- mittees for the senior citizens' picnic and the clam bake, and Duane Hubbard received the second Jaycee quarter award for chairing the chapter atti- tude survey and the new member night. The third Jaycee quarter award was presented to Don- ald Brong for chairing the suit club and his support of other club activities, and Larry Krome was named Jaycee of the last quarter of the year for guiding the chapter in receiv- ing the No. II spot in the Boros honor garment industry STROUDSBURG The two boroughs of Stroudsburg and East Stroudsburg have pro- claimed .June 3 as Garment Worker's Day in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Inter- national Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. The union was founded June 3. 1900, and was later char- tered by the American Federa- tion of Labor. The union is noted as a pio- neer for social causes and for bringing safety, sanitation and humane conditions of work to an industry long plagued by the sweat shop. Funeral Notices CAMPBELL, Mabel of Saylorsburg, May 30. 1975. Age 74 years. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services Tuesday June 3 at 1 p.m. in the Daniel G. Warner Funeral Home- Interment in Niskey Hill Cemetery, Beth- lehem. Viewing Monday 7-9 p.m. WARNER LaBADlE, Charles G., of Stroudsburg R.D. 5, May 29, 1975. Age 46 years. Rela- tives and friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services Monday, June 2 at 2 p.m. in the Warner Funeral Home, interment in Mount zion Cemetery. Viewing Sunday 7-9 p.m. WARNER ROCK, Samuel K. Sr., of South Sterling, May 29, 1975. Age 72 years. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited Jo attend funeral services Monday June 2 at J p.m. in the Arthur J. Frey Funeral Home. In- terment in Pine Grove Cemetery. NO visitation. FREY MARSH, Rena c., of Anchorage, Alaska, May 26, 1975. Age 63 years. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services Monday, June 2 at a.m. in the Daniel G. Warner Funeral Home, interment in Evergreen Hills Me- morial Gardens Cemetery, East Strouds- burg. There will be a closed casket view- ing Sunday evening. WARNER MILLER, Howard A., of East S'rOuds- byrg, May 30, 1975. Age 54. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services Tuesday, June 3 at 1-30 p.m. in the Lanterman Funeral Home, mferment in Prospect Cemetery. View- ing today, 7 to 9 p.m. ______" LANTERMAN SEBRING, Elizabeth Q., of Cherry Lane, May 29, 1975. Age 92 years. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services Monday, June 2, 1975, at 11 a.m. in the Gantihorn Funeral Home, interment in the Cherry Lane Methodist GANTZHORN Ywjr purchase of a cemetery me- morial H tacked by 30 years of eipenence when you make your se- lection from our display at Stroudsburg Granite Co. TRUMAN BURNETT, OWNER Main St. at Oreher Ave. Slroudsburg 4II-JJ91 Parade of Chapters in Pennsyl- vania. The Jaycees also were first in their district and region this year. Justice fines area man BRODHEADSVILLE Wil- bur Leon Batchler, 20, Brod- headsville was fined plus cost by District Magistrate Glenn Borger Friday for charges of disorderly conduct. Batchler was originally charged with theft and receiv- ing stolen property May 16, but these charges were dismissed after he made restitution, ac- cording to Borger. Please recycle this newspaper TOP SOIL Fill Dirt Sand Stone CONTRACTORS Phone 717-424-5540 It's Easy to Order A Fast-Acting, Low-Cost, POCONO RECORD Classified Ad Call The Classified Department 421-7349 or 421-3000 Or Use This Handy Mail-A-Gram Nome..................................Phone Address....................................... Please Start My Ad On....................And Run For. DAY 3 4 5 6 Days JUST PRINT YOUR AD IN THE ABOVE COUPON AND MAIL OR BRING TO THE POCONO RECORD 511 Lenox St. Stroudsburg, Pa. (Rates shown do not apply to Real Estate and other Commercial advertisers) Above are prepaid rates. 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