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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - April 26, 1980, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                News of Pleasantville AB Feared Dead THE TITUSVILLE HERALD Titusville Pa Saturday April PAGE NINE BY MISS JEAN BECK SW7441 PLEASANTVILLE April 25 Midget League practice today at am All boys Who are 7 to 9 years old and have not signed up are also welcome to attend Today from l to 3 pm the Pleasantville Wo mans Club will present a special cartoon him at the Pleasantville Methodist Church social room There will be an entrance fee of 75 cents to cover the cost of the film This is a non profit project sponsored by the club for the enjoyment of your child The club appreciates the support they have had from the parents and have greatly enjoyed the time with the children This will be the last movie for the summer Refreshments will be sold during intermission and ail children of the area are invited to attend today The local fire depart ment will hold a doorto door canvass for donations for their auction May 3 at 6 pm The canvass will start at 6 each evening next week and continue through May 2 so get your material all together and ready for them when they call Applications are coming in for the Lioness Talent Show to be held Saturday May 17 at the school gym Get yours from Patty Galmish Tina Dillemuth or Charolette Schaffner The fifth and sixth grade students of Pleasantville Elementary School will present their spring music program for you Monday evening at 7 in the school gym A short PTA meeting will precede the music program If anyone would desire a PTA office please contact the president of this years PTA Rev Ken Tracy in Pleasantville There was a nice writeup in the Titusville Herald about Mrs Helen WaddeU again accepting the Mental Health Bellringer chair manship for May I960 campaign Mrs WaddeU has sent in a note of resignation and sent the material back to Harrisburg It seems that most of the money collected for this is used in other parts of the state and in Venango County we have a Mental Health Association located in Oil City Mrs WaddeU said in her letter of resignation that her efforts will go to support the work in her own area where funds are used to help the people of our local area The Lions Club will meet Monday at 6 pm for Us dinner meeting at the Candlelight Lion Dan Staub will be program chairman Election of officers and directors will be held at this meeting The Lioness Executive Board will meet Tuesday at pm at the home of Lioness President Marilyn Edwards The Pleasantville Womans Club will meet Thursday at pm in the Presbyterian Chapel with Joan Smith chairman of public affairs and her committee in charge of program and refresh ments There will be a meeting from 7 to 8 pm this Tuesday in Franklin Park adjacent to the Venango County courthouse This is being held to coincide with the Washington for Jesus day of prayer and repentence for our country The objectives for this day are to call for the return of righteousness in our nation to pray and reclaim this nation for God and to bear witness to the love unity and oneness of the church of Jesus Christ Those attending are asked to take folding chairs Phillip Southwick scribe for Den I files this report Den 1 practiced tying knots while Mr Landas demonstrated how to tie them Then we started making kites for a kite derby Mrs Miller provided the refreshments Mrs Betty Molli chairman for the Venango County Oilcreek Town ship Cancer Crusade announces the following volunteers who will be collecting for the American Cancer Society between April 20 and May 3 They are Ardelle Matkovich Jan Molli Marcie Dixon Shirley Stewart Jennie Bayer Alice Madden Rose Host Judy Molli Vivian Wescoat Marilyn George Mary Miller and Betty Molli Thirtyone Senior Citizens attended Tuesdays meeting at the Methodist Church Mrs Frances had devotions and table grace and everyone seemed to enjoy brownbagging for a change President Benedict introduced Lance Hummer and Debie Sutley social workers from Titusville Hospital who explained many things about health insurance and medical insurance in cluding Blue Cross 85 Special saying that those who had Medicare and Blue Cross 65Speclal were wellcovered and did not need more insurance One senior citizen said they had been a deluge of literature in their mail box from many insurance com panies urging everyone to buy more insurance because of the extreme high cost of hospital and medical care Senior citizens will meet again this Tuesday Mr and Mrs Ray Atkins Jr attended the recital presented by their sister inlaw Mrs Janet Wat son Atkins held at the Wesley Chapel of Houghton CoUege School of Music last Monday evening at a Mrs Atkins a student of Miss Jean Reigles gave this recital in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the bachelor of music degree Janet is a soprano soloist and was accompanied by Jerold Bigenho and assisted by Mercy Zecher flute David Hardy tuba Diane Johns violin and Stuart Buisch baritone Some of her selections were 0 Jesulein Suess by J S Bach Recitative and Aria from the Elijah by Mendelssohn Danza Danza Fanciulla by Durante Porgi Amor Qualche ristoro from The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart Andie MusIk by Schubert The Crucifixion by Samuel Barber and 0 Come Let Us Sing Unto the Lord by Sven Lekberg A reception on Page Twelve Rec Baseball Rosters Set The baseball season will begin for Kneehi Daisy Campbell and Teener league boys this coming week Boys who have not signed up yet may still sign up late but will be put on teams at the next managers meeting May 15 All boys must go to the recreation center at Burgess Park to sign up now and pick up a parents permission slip The next recreation baseball com mittee meeting and managers meeting will be held May 15 The committee will meet at 7 and the managers will meet at 8 pm recreation center Burgess Park KneeHi mother cleaner sales will meet on May 13 at 7 at the Recreation center Burgess Park The boys who have not signed up for the KneeHi Daisy Campbell and the Teener leagues must do so before the first of May These late boys will be placed on teams by the supervisors of the leagues The Beginners 8 and 9yearold boys league will not start until school is out for the summer Boys should report to the KneeHi field at 9 June 9 Teenagers and adults are needed for umpires for all the leagues Persons interested may call the recreation center contact Dennis Peden or any of the following committee members Don Lesko Ron Warner Clyde Courtwright Ed Myer Dave Brown Vonda Fay Managers are still needed for Rotary and Jaycees in Teener League KneeHi Boilermakers Don Lesko Todd Lesko mgrs practice Monday 68 Wed 46 Aaron Lesko Jim McFarland John Shoup Jason Clickett Tim Fish Jim Nikonchlk Kevin Spence Jay Snyder PatNosko Brian Prenatt Jim Armatas Joseph Hollo Rodney Smathers Stephanie Gil son Bargain Store Carl Sines mgr Mon 68 back Water Works Thurs 68 Cyclops Scott Karns David Nicols Vincent Sines Richard Zdarko Randy Sines Brian McCrillis Todd Bean Joe Spence Jamie Rensma Billy Alexander Ronnie Burnside Daniel Posker Collin Webb Duane Radmore USW Roger Clark Jim Ely mgrs Craig Harger Pat Lanzel Brock Winger Darrin Shaffer Bill Tracey Rob Pilewski Adam Winger Steve Milo Jeff Pearson Kevin Johnson Darrin Smith Derrick Boyle Lisa Mancastroppa Bill Antill Peebles Ray Zinchini mgr Thurs 6 8 Sat 57 Todd Tracey Tom Peebles Greg Kinnear Tom Bold Dom Zinchini Brian Bortzer Joe Daugherty Steve Gratowski Jim Grubbs Kevin Grubbs Jim Cousins Gary Thornton Debbie Schweitzer Queen Cutlery Greg Kunz Don Graff mgrs Sat 79 Dan Cox Mike Fink Dan Kristyak Lisa Mooney Rich Hipwell Ken Weaver Jeff Over David Thomp son James Smith Dan Messinger Jim Messinger Michael Barr Tim Barr Brian Mortimer Stacey Mortimer Kiwanis Jim Sines mgr Tues 68 Sat 13 Waterworks Travis Turk Geoff Sallaway Dan Wiegand Alan Joyce Kevin Sines Rusty Boyle Billy Beck Bryan Warner Alan Roberts Mark Schneider Steve Marvin Billy Shattuck Karen Oviatt Karl Elslager Pennbank Ed Davenport mgr Fri 68 Sat 111 Brian Emick Dan Lewis Mike Nystrom Ken Watkins Bill Lamey Dave Dowling Scott Kelly Brad Emick Jeff Systrom Dan Proper Shawn Donovan Brian Wygant Troy Hull Shirley Gratowski Vicky Gratowski Elks Jim Snyder mgr Wed 68 Chris Clark Matthew Bodamer Pat McCandless Jeff McGregor Mike Voisin Matt Mowrey Brett Snyder Autumn McGregor Chris Sherman Tom Lucas Joe Elan Tim Gray Rod Barker Daisy Campbell Warners BUI Dunkle Ken Neely mgrs Sat 24 MonThurs VFW Scott Hagy Tim Wiegand Mike Buser Ken Neely Mike Foote Chuck Mooney Eric Lytle Ed Kuberry Mark Bean Brian Gates Kevin Kristyak Northwest Savings Pat Rodgers Jim Howe mgrs Tues 64 Sat 1012 Todd Bromley Bill BrownDon Francis Craig Ludwick Ben McClellan Kevin Neliis Mark Sawatsky Wayne Spencer Jeff Harger Brian Mclntyre Herb Ball Steve Saeger Bob Saeger Lin Van D Snyder D Carr mgrs WedThurs 46 Doug Carr Dan Snyder Bill Edwards Tracy Labolle Scott Baker Devin McCurdy Dana Swanson Todd Garrett Darrin Birtciel Jim Myer Vic Warner PNA Stu Mancastroppa mgr Wed 68 Sat 122 Kurt Fay Scott Grove Roger Peebles Dob Edwards Steve Root Scott Shreffler Dean Ruth Rog Mancastroppa Shane Brown Tony Milo Sergio Milo Marine Dick Nichols mgr Sat 68 Mon 46 Fri 68 Kim Anderson Dave Quimby Truby Voisin Jerry Zurovchak Randy Nichols Robert Alexander Kevin Hippie Shawn Oviatt Jim Kilpatrick Chet Kerr Mike Sines Clifford Smith VFW Mike Kerr Randy Kerr mgrs Tues Fri 4fi Elliott Grandin Dana Kerr Mike McCoy Kim Rensma Kevin Kookogey Tracey Beauchat Blue Mietus Ken Tracey Gary Crawford Albert Lewis John Barrett TEENER KFC Paul Zurovchakmgr Mo Wed 4 Toby Carlin Eric Culp Wayne Harger Alan Harper Jeff Hippie Scott Swanson Mike Anderson Jim Zurovchak Carl Parker Howard Kistler Robbie Rhoades Steve Caldwell and Rodger Henlbold Lions Paul Henderson mgr Mon Wed Brian Henderson Bob Foley John Foley Burce Bennett Sam Ridgway David Zdarko Jim Coulr wright Kevin Christy C Milo James Harmon David Messinger John Berlin Jim McCurdyand Joe Weagraff Rotary no manager Gino Milo Mike Proper Tim Weaver Joe Lanzel Jack Doolittle Mark Parker Bob Christie Jim Tracy Todd Kensma John Kookegey Tim Green Todd Green Mike Hauptman and Darrel Hauptman Jaycees no manager Doug Snyder James Wescoat Tim Wescoat Gary Davis Kevin Fay John Stewart David Reisinger Bill Clingerman Steve English Jim Sjoden Randy Kinnear Kevin Daye Cris White and Jim Gun trum In Plane Crash SANTA CRUZ DE TENER1FE Canary Islands AP A charter jet carrying eight crew and 138 British vacationers including three children crashed into a mountain Friday minutes before It was scheduled to land Airport authorities said there was no sign of survivors They said the airport control tower lost contact with the plane a Boeing 727 owned by the British charter airline Dan Air six minutes before it was scheduled to land The pilots last radio contact was a perfectly normal message from the pilot asking for permission to land There was no indication that anything was wrong said an official at Los Rodeos airport site of the worlds worst air disaster in 1977 The account from tower officials conflicted with one from British authorities who said the last contact was a garbled distress message from the plane Authorities here said weather con ditions and visibility were good with clouds at 1000 feet over the island when the plane crashed Search teams said they sighted the plane wreckage just before nightfall on the slope of the 12196foothigh Teide peak a snowcapped volcanic mountain the tallest in Spains Canary Islands chain Tenerife the largest island in the chain is a 795squaremile island located in the Atlantic Ocean off northwest Africa Civil guard and rescue workers climbed to the wreckage in the dark They reported finding bodies but no sign of life The civil guard said one its road patrols found the jet after residents near the nearby town of Lagunetas reported hearing a loud explosion The crash site was about halfway up the mountain and 12 miles from the airport where two Boeing 747 jumbo jets collided on a foggy runway in March 1977 killing 562 persons in the worlds worst air crash A Civil Aviation Authority spokesman in London said landing at Los Rodeos is often difficult Coming in to land on the island is like coming in on an escarp ment he said Its high up on the island with a rather sheer drop just before it A new airport with better visibility was opened several miles from the island capital of Santa Cruz last year But Los Rodeos officials said they still handle some charter traffic The flight was carrying vacationers from the Manchester area in Englands industrial Midlands airline spokesman said DanAir one of the Britains major charter carriers said the passengers were all British DanAirs last air disaster was July 31 last year when a Hawker Siddeley 748 plunged off the runway at Sumburgh airport in the Shetland Islands Music Program at Pleasantville The fifth and sixth grade students at Pleasantville Elementary School will present their spring music program Monday April 28 at 7 pm in the school gym The program is under the direction of Miss Joy Wallace Pictured are the fifth grade classes of Miss Krista Atkins and John Kleck Church News St James Episcopal Sunday 8 am Holy Eucharist am church school last session before summer am Holy Eucharist Emanuel Lutheran Sunday am church school nursery through grade nine The discussion group for older youth and adults meets in the fellowship room 11 am the service John CB Robinholt pastor anthem by the senior choir Was There Not Another Way Lord Choir directed by David Cope Pianist Mrs Lennea Linde United Methodlit Sunday am church school classes for alt ages 11 am worship service with Dr R William Large preaching sermon Tell Us Plainly Special music will include the anthem Lord Make Us Worthy sung by the Chancel Choir under the direction of Deborah Stahl and organ selections by Roberta Boyd organist 7 pm UMYF meeting Pint United Presbyterian Saturday 8 to 10 am can collection sponsored by the Junior and Senior high in church parking lot nurse on duly in cradle care center am Sunday school classes for all ages nur seryadult 11 am Morning worship Young Peoples Sunday pm Pittsburgh Steeler John Kolb will speak in our sanctuary Bring the family and friends to hear this Christian speaker 8 pm Radio vespers WTIV Radio Are All Prayers Answered Rev Cressman preeching St Pauls United Church of Chrltt Sunday am church school David Brown Assistant Superintendent 11 am worship service including the ordination of new Elders and the in stallation of the newly elected officers of the Consistory Sermon Us Plainly Anthem Blessing and Honor 3 pm The Big Event ten different workshops for leaders in the local congregation will be held in Zions UCC Church Greenville First Baptiit Church Sunday am ministry of prayer PhUaethea room Sparta Sparks Continued from Page Five CMA Church or any one willing to help will meet at 10 am at thechurch to work on quilts for Susan to lake with her to Zaire Bring sandwiches tea or coffee will be furnished Also bring needle scissors and any old sheets you might have to tear up for bandages for medical work Next Sunday is Missionary Sunday Mrs Ruth Scouten Lewin of Niagara Falls has been spending a few days with her aunt Mrs Helen Scouten and other relatives Mr and Mrs Phillip Northrop who spent the winter months in Florida have arrived home For a welcome home event and to celebrate a couple of birthdays and an an niversary they and the following enjoyed dinner at Duffs Restaurant in Erie recently Mr and Mrs Phillip Kathryn Nor throp Mr and Mrs Randy Angie Northrop and children Mr and Mrs Chris Iva Maker and Mrs Florence Stiapp a sister of Phillip and Mildred Northrop A nice time was enjoyed together A supper served cafeteriastyle was held at the First Baptist Church in Spartansburg Wednesday evening A large crowd attended They had special meetings the past week held by missionaries from New Zealand Brazil Hiawitha and Africa and the supper was held in their honor II was enjoyed by all present am ministry of study attendance contest with the Centerville Baptist Church celebrating the 200th an niversary of the Sunday school ministry of Outreach Jublllee broadcast every Sunday on WTIV Radio 11 am ministry of worship Message The Hem of His Garment pm Spring Rally of the Oil Creek Baptist Association Immanuel Baptist Ctiurch Eric Program it 4 pm fellowship dinner pm benediction 8 pm AT Andersen SE TUG WINDOW REPLACEMENT DEMONSTRATION FREE PROFESSIONAL ADVICE ON HOW TO INSTALL ANDERSEN WINDOWS Thursday May 1 1980 to REPRESENTATIVES FROM ANDERSEN CORP Will Answer Your Questions About Replacing Windows SEE HOW TO REPLACE YOUR OLD WINDOWS WITH BEAUTIFUL ENERGY SAVING ANDERSEN WINDOWS REMODELING CONTRACTORS WELCOME COME IN FOR A PLEASANT INTERESTING SESSION DONT MISS THIS INFORMATIVE DEMONSTRATION ON WINDOW REPLACEMENTS OF YOUR OLD STEEL ALUMINUM CASEMENT WOOD OR ALUMINUM 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