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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - October 3, 1969, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                tfAGE TEN THE TITUSVILLE HERALD TTTUSVILLE PENNA FRIDAY OCTOBER 3 1969 ANN LANDERS Answers Your Problems Dear Ann Landers Youve de fended the fat the skinny the unfaithful the freckled the hir sute the pockmarked the stut terer and the hardofhearing Now will you please say a word in behalf of ihe pregnant wornOut an Here I sit two weeks over due afraid to go out of the house If one more person says1 to me Are you STILL hanging around Ill commit murder Yesterday I ran into a former neighbor She yelled clear across the supermarket Why Marie are you pregnant I yelled back No I am carrying this or a friend Please Ann Landers tell your readers that no one is more anxious to deliver than the wom an who has been carrying the load for nine and a half months Dumb questions such as Ar3 you sure you figured right dont help any either This let ter may not seem important Arn but a great many people learn from your column so I ini unsafe and they want to take karate lessons This means my husband and I must agree w si every Monday night Dont you think they should hire a sitter We and Worn Dear T and W 0 The rea son theyve never hired sitters is that theyve had a couple of prize suckers who come run ning every time they snap their fingers And for free too Parents like you make me tired You let your kids walk all over you and then com plain because they are incon siderate and selfish Of course they are but who let them get that way Dear Ann Landers Your col umn is a fascinating commen tary on life as some people live it It is also a national Xray machine for stupidity Take for example Rags to Riches Wid ow the woman who used to walk three miles to save five cents en a can of beans The NEWS of MARRIAGES GillRonge Miss Sandra Ronge daughter of Mr and Mrs Orin Ronge of Verona and Leroy Gill son of Mr and Mrs Harold Gill of jConneautville were united in marriage Sept 19 at p m in the R o s e d a 1 e Methodist Church Rev Robert Penrose and Rev Service League Conducts First Meeting of Season The first monthly meeting of Dec 27 at Cross Creek This the 19691970 year of the Service year a midnight buffet has been League of Titusville was held Thursday afternoon at the Col lage Inn with 45 active and sus taining members in attendance The retiring president Mrs Richard Jameson opened the meeting and called on her board for their annual reports Mrs John Schultr admissions chair man introduced the new mem plore you to print it Big kids wore handmedowns and 4 II trtrilf MRS DAVID G LANGXVORTHY Grace Louise Wagner Wed To David G Langworthy Miss Grace Louise Vagner daughter of Mrs Harriett of Titusville RD 5 and the late Donald F Wagner and David Gregory Langworthy son of Mrs Patricia Langworthy of 3SO Schwartz Lane and David E Langworthy of California were united in marriage Sept 27 at pm in the Church o the Nazarene Rev Randolph Brown per formed the doublering cere mony before an altar graced with bouquets of white and lilac mums and daisies Mrs Ellen Booth played I Love Yu Because 0 Promise Me and other tradi tional wedding selections Given in marriage by her uncle Kenneth Wagner the bride appeared in a floor length Aline gown of appli quecl lace over salin She carried a colonial bouquet of pink blue and white carna tions Her jewelry was a string of pearls Miss Alice Wagner attended her sister as maid of honor Bridesmaids were Miss Patricia Wagner and Miss Beverly Wagner sisters of the bride of Titusville Best man was Ronald En wright of Titusville cousin of the bridegroom Ushers were Robert Lesh of Titusville and Jeff Langworthy of Petroleum Center brother of the bride groom A reception was held at Gresham Grange Aides were Judy Slater Elsie Enwright Linda Vogt and Judy Ray Guests attended from Albion Hadley Sandy Lake Pittsburgh Oil City Franklin Spurtansburg Sharon Rocky Grove Erie and Titusville For a wedding trip to Niagara Falls the bride chose a threepiece navy blue suit with white accessories Mrs Langworthy is a 1966 graduate of Townville High School and is employed at Sylvania Mr Langworthy is a 1966 graduate of Titusville High School Prenuptial showers were given by Mrs Mary Ellen Armstrong Mrs Betty Miller and Mrs Gertrude Brown Mama Dear Mama Heres your letter and I hope by now you are reading it while rocking the cradle Dear Ann Landers How do parents nearly 70 cope with children who refuse to grow up Our son is 40 His wife is 36 They have four children from 11 to 4 Ever since we became grand parents my husband and I have babysat three and four nights a week Our son and his wife started by saying they didint want to leave the baby with strangers Every time they went to a party or out to dinner or to a card game or a movie we were expected to sit Now it is afternoons for me as well as evenings When my daughterin law goes shopping or to the beauty shop or to a club meet ing I am called to help out If f refuse my son says shes not fit to live with She sulks and acts ugly to him and the children Last night they announced that their neighborhood is becoming the only trips they ever took were to funerals When Rags husband died he found bank books all over the house plus an insurance policy worth 578000 Do you know what the prem munity service were turned in Lynn H Griffith performed the jbers Mrs David Coate Mrs doublering ceremony Victor Kinnunen Mrs Thomas Given in marriage by her fathj Shreve Mrs Lawrence Smith er the bride appeared in a peanjand Mrs EC Speer salin gown accented with bands j The placement chairman Mrs of Venice lace fashioned with an James Linnon reported a total empire bodice with a high neckj of 5507 volunteer hours of corn line and bishop sleeves The A line skirt with a velvet bow had a detachable chapel train Maid of honor was Sandy Thorn of Verona Best man was Mike Thompson of Eugene Ore Ushers were James Potts of Conneautville and Gary Ronge of Vernon brother of the bride Titusvillfi added as well as two bands as in past years The first sewing meeting will be held at the home of Mrs C M Hazen Jr on Wednesday Oct 15 with R Grandin and M Jones as cohostesses If inter ested in knitting for charity members are to bring size 3 or 4 needles for mittens Social chairman McKinney in formed the members they will not be called for the monthly luncheons as in the past Active members must call her and can cel if they cant attend and sus taining members must call her for a reservation An afterthe by 43 active members during the Same party will be held on Fri day Oct 24 at the Elks Club for all active and sustaining members everyone will be call ed List compiled at 9 pm yesterday ADMITTED past year Mrs Andrew Grandin educa tion chairman introduced the speaker for the day C R Mc Nierney Jr president of the board of directors of Titusville Hospital and a member of the speakers bureau of the Titus ville Area Community Chest who explained to them how the hospital spends its share of the Community Chest money Mrs Jameson then turned ov er the gavel to Mrs John Mac James Burrows 124 E Main Donald president for the 1969 Mrs Temple shop chairman said the hospital shop will re main open as before although the facilities are reduced due to the building program take car into Pediatrics Departmen daily The League will sponsor political science course for wo men at Pitt Campus during the second semester Charities Needs Donations The Associated Charities is now starting its Christmas work It is anticipated that 250 to 300 families will need help to have u pleasant holiday Donations of new clothing and new and used toys to be used in the Christmas boxes may be brought to 207 N Martin St the Associated Charities office Used toys needing only minor repairs would be appreciated Gift wrappings and ribbons are needed Art Series Mailing Delayed Sunday Tickets Available ETIQUETTE By ROBERTA LEE Q My girl friend for whom I had been planning a bridal shower suddenly eloped May I still give the shower for her even though shes now married A Yes a shower may be given either before or after a marriage Q When dining in the home of friends and ashtrays are avail able on the table is it per missible to smoke between courses A Never Wait until the meal s over Q When a rorn medical practice is he still addressed as Doctor or is he then called A A doctors title is his for ife and he is never addressed otherwise BEAUTY AT HOME By LYNN CARTER Q How can I bring out my practically invisible eyebrows A Try using two pencils one Owing In unforeseen prob lems the Titusville Performing Arts Scries season tickets and program booklets will not be mailed tins week as planned Any persons who purchased Performing Arts Series reserve memberships and wish to use them Sunday in Warren may pick up their tickets at the Warren High School prior to the concert Ravmond Weiss will be at the Wrrrcn Hhh School after Sums en that policy must have rjennis Hathaway 110 F Hem cost Who made the payments Didnt Rags see the bills that came into the house What about income tax How come the dumb bunny never saw her husbands paycheck Sorry Ann but I cant work up much sympathy for a woman who lets her husband pull the wool over her eyes Please com ment Vermont Dear V Youve got a point And Ill bet he wool was S9 per cent cotton Alcohol is no shortcut to social success If you think you have to drink to be accepted by your friends get the facts Read Booze and Yoi For Teen Agers Only by Ann Landers Send 35c in coin and a long selfaddressed stamped envelope with your request Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a selfad dressed stamped envelope Drake Scout Council Gets U S Award The U S Department of Agri culture has honored the Colonel Drake Council Boy Scouts of America Oil City with its Green Seal Award for the most out standing accomplishment in the lock St Mrs Minna Shear 421 W Walnut St Carl Brown Hammond Run Road William Bell Tionesta Harry Leonard Front St George Dowling 215 N Mar tin St Miss Cathy Renninger Titus ville RD 2 Mrs Vivian Mulchin 111 Lynn Ave Susan Mum Titusville RD 2 Mrs Marian Slagter 815 W Spring St Mrs Ruth Franz Ft Collins Colo Charles Roydes Spartansburg RD 1 DISCHARGED Irvin Coleman 755 W Spring 1970 year who introduced her board vice president Doris Mahan secretary Joan Dallas treasurer Janet Nagy admis sions Jean Matthews educa tion Carol Regner finance Maxine Jameson placement Pat Schultz publicity Ruth Martin service shop Shirley Temple social Jan McKinney ways and means Miriam Bern stein Mrs Regner education chair man announced that the new members are to meet at the MacDonald home Thursday Oct 9 at 1 pm for educational purposes Ways and means chairman Mrs Bernstein announced the Annual Charity Ball will be held BIRTHS In Tilusvillv Vicinity Vavala A son was born Oct 1 in War ren General Hospital to Mr and Mrs Joseph Vavala of Youngs ville Mrs Vavala is the former Patricia Hendrickson Garden Club To Meet The Garden Ciub joint meet ing with Oil City will be held at Cross Creek on Monday at p m Members not con tacted may call for reservations before noon DEBRA SLOAN SL Awards Scholarship Miss Debra Sloan daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold A Sloan of 310 N Monroe St has been awarded the Service League scholarship for this year This scholarship is provided by Serv ice League of Titusville and is available every other year to a deserving student of the Titus ville area Debra is a 19G9 graduate of Titusville High School where she served as vice president of the French Club and editor of the Optimist activities section Her other activities included Rock cttes girls basketball team jun ior play senior play and the advanced science institute at Allegheny College She is presently enrolled in the secondary curriculum at Clarion State College where she is pur suing her interest in science as a biology major FISH FILLET PLATTER Special 99c Fish French Fries Tartar Cole Siaw Roll and ALL the Fish You Can Eat At No Extra Cost REPAIR WORK On Hoover Sweepers And Small Appliances QUICK SERVICE Bryan Hardware FOCUS ON ARTS FRANKFORT Ky AP Kentucky Educational Television is producing a documentary film of life in Kentucky through the arts The onehour color movie will focus on folklore and folksongs FIND THE RIGHT JOB WITH A WANT AD doctor has retired R6Sio 3 area in natural beauiy and conservation last year Jack Biltz activities chairman for the council received the award at the meeting Thursday at the Staffer Hilton Hotel in Washington D C p m Sunday and will have all Titusville Performing Arts Series reserve tickets with him Therefore no Titusville people wishing to attend the 8 p m concert by the 114pisce Prague Symphony Orchestra need be inconvenienced Titusville residents are re minded however that only re serve memberships may be used in Warren this year Gen eral admission tickets will not i be accepted by the Warren Con cert Association brown and the other black First give your brows some short soft strokes with the brown pencil then follow with about a third as many strokes with the black If this is per formed carefully and deftly you St Mrs Mary Cafini Titusville RD 2 George Gratkowski Titusville RD 5 Alan Dibble 428 E Walnut St Joseph Clark 508 S Perry St Shawn Tanner Titusville RD 2 Deborah Jensen 706 Garden St Pints of Red Cross blood used Thursday 1 since June 1 95 Service League Shop This afternoon Mrs Flem ing this evening Mrs Sauber Hospital Cart Today Mrs Engleka Escort Service This morning H Kolacek and E Crissman this afternoon J Johnson and G Streich this evening R Pollaro Memorial Gifts Gifts in memory of loved ones may be made through any mem Repeat Offer Iber of the Titusville Hospital The written conservaton plan Auxiliary Fund Committee Miss for its camp property was devel oped with help from the Soil Con servation Service Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Wa ters the Pennsylvania Game Commission and the Pennsylvania Fish Commission These include a survey of aTt natural resources installation of gabions earth re tree planting and timber stond improvement A conserva Helen Snakard and Mrs Wil liam Stevenson cochairmen Mrs Arvid Nelson Mrs A J Baird and Mrs Allen Love OTHER HOSPITALS Warren Admitted Ralph P Haight Youngsville RD 1 Mrs Pa tricia Vavala Youngsville RD should achieve a nice naiura inp aregs am a tota f 45 Jons to your brow me Vf m fe d f Q What is a formu a for a ets and hj good skintoning facial beauty tion training camp was conducted I Discharged Mrs Adah A during summer camp Scouts last j Pollard Youngsville year planted 90000 trees in strip Yes Due to the many requests we have had we are going to our offer of Free Glasses and Spoons and an opportu nity to purchase a 60piece Oneida silverware set But you must offer is good for only the first fen days of October Get yours now Offer closes Friday Oct 10 OPEN AN ACCOUNT When you open an accounl of or more or add io your present account you will receive FREE 6 Platinum Banded Iced Drink Glasses and 6 Iced Drink Spoons a pack A Add three teaspoons of To Get the Best Coverage for Your WANT AD Phone 8222241 powdered milk to the white of an egg and apply this paste to the face and throat Its a good one Q What do you suggest as the munities License Applications At Warren Dennis Andrew Phillips of Cen terville RD 3 and Patricia Ann Corry Graham Gar land Oil City A N Faulk ner Ticnesta Gary Shontz Pleasantville RD 2 Robert Sut ton Titusville RD 2 best manner of brushing the Taydus of Youngsville hair to promote circulation in At Meadvillc the scalp A Standing up drop your head forward in perfect relaxa tion Then with a brush in each hand begin at the back of your neck and continue with long even strokes until you have brushed every single shining Gary Duane Snow of Center villc and Nancy Roberta Elder kir of Titusville TRAFFIC TROUBLES VIENNA AP A young man who tried to hit a policeman with his unlicensed sports car in i strand The twobrush method i a nodriving zone told a judge he speeds up things and some used the car in the zone as there women find it leaves them less was less traffic He was sen tired than doing the whole job tenced to a suspended seven with one brush 1 month prison term FREE BLANKET OFFER EXTENDED MARINE EXTENDS THROUGH OCTOBER 10 ITS BOLD OFFER OF A FREE BLANKET WHEN YOU OPEN YOUR PERSONAL CHECKING ACCOUNT JOETTE SARTAIN Engagement Announced Dr and Mrs Harry W Sartain of Pittsburgh have announced the engagement of their daughter Joctte Elaine to Dennis B Hal fast son of Mr and Mrs Halfast of Centerville Miss Sartain is a recent grad uate of Edinboro State College where she majored in elementary and special education A November wedding is bein planned PLUS ONEIDA TABLEWARE A certificate entitling you to purchase a 60piece Oneida Stainless Steel silverware set for only plus tax A value Certificate good until December 31 NOW IS THE TIME TO TRANSFER YOUR ACCOUNT Now is the lime to take your savings to Northwest Inter est has just been paid and we are starting a new quarter Act now Any deposit made by the lOlh earns interest from the 1st CHOOSE FROM 4 DIFFERENT SAVINGS PLANS 3 Savings Account f Savings 0 Certificate Thrift ccount Investment Certificate ESTABLISHED 1896 NORTH WE SAVINGS 108 S Franklin St TirusviUe Pa Formerly Titusville Building and Loan Association   

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