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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1984, Titusville, Pennsylvania PAGE TITUSV1LLE HERALD Titusville Pa Saturday June 231984 Ann Landers L Dear Ann Landers Please repeat your column The Ten Command ments of How To Get Along With People 1 read it every day for years whenever I opened the medicine cabinet and as you can see my copy is faded and torn Faithful In Florida Dear Florida Here it is Thanks for asking THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OP HOW TO GET ALONG WITH PEOPLE 1 Keep skid chains on your tongue Always say less than you think Cultivate a low persuasive voice How you say it often counts more than what you say 2 Make promises sparingly and keep them faithfully no matter what the cost 3 Never let an opportunity pass to say a kind and encouraging word to or about somebody Praise good work regardless of who did it 4 Be interested in others their pursuits their work their homes Snd their families Make merry with those who rejoice with those who weep mourn Let everyone you meet however humble feel that you Tourist Is Topic Ms Robin WoodringDale tourist promotion agent for Pennsylvanias Lion Country will be the featured speaker at the annual dinner of the Crawford County Tourist Associa tion to be held at the Hotel Conneaut on Tuesday June 25 beginning at pm In addition that Tuesday the Tourist Association will stop a car on 179 and Conneaut Lake Park will provide the occupants with a free overnight stay and access to the park Those people will be guests at the dinner Also on the agenda for the meeting is the installation of the new officers and board of directors for the 198485 fiscal year Maplewood Maplewood Middle Schools honor roll for the sixth grading period of 198384 includes the following students Grade 7 Scott Brumagin Bobbi Jo Deane Brian Deane Dennis Everett Shawn Krepps Brian Lazorishak Stacey Mantzell Pam Millard Lisa Morian Lynne Muir Sue Nichols Roberta Orr Angela Rudy Jody Russell Jodi Shay Becky Smith Mike Stacker Sizanne Tischler Lance Titus Roy Wellman Rhonda Woods Diane Zuck Grade Black Joe Burns Neil Drake Eric Henry Corene Homer Tina Jones Colleen Kelsey Troy Kerr Steve Kirberger Tricia Kircher Jamie Kanpp Allison Molli Beth Muir Alison Pearson Eric Proper Shannon Ralston Todd Sutton Robyn Weingard Stacey Wheelock Betsy Wilson Kelly Zebroski enior Venango County Area Agency on Aging Franklin has scheduled the following activities at the Oakland Senior Citizen Action Center for the week of June 2529 Monday am table games 11 am musical program by the Hap py Notes 1 pm crafts Tuesday 10 am table games 11 am literature study with Don Wardlow 1 pm crafts Wednesday am table game 11 am games 1 pm crafts Thursday am table games 11 am volleyball l pm crafts Friday am table games 11 am crafts 1 pm bowling party Compassionate Friends Will Meet Wednesday The monthly meeting of Compas sionate Friends will meet Wednes day June 27 at pm at the Se cond Presbyterian Church corner of West First and Reed streets Oil Ci ty Mike Morrison funeral director with Morrison Funeral Home in Oil City will present a program entitl ed The Important Role of the Funeral Director When a Child Dies A discussion and refreshment period will follow Compassionate Friends is a self help organization offering friendship and understanding to bereaved parents to promote and aid parents in the positive resolution of the grief experienced upon the death of their child and to foster the physical and emotional health of bereaved parents and siblings regard him as a person of impor tance 5 Be cheerful Dont burden or depress those around you by dwell ing on your aches and pains and small disappointments Remember everyone is carrying some kind of burden 6 Keep an open mind Discuss but dont argue It is a mark of a superior mind to be able to disagree without being disagreeable 7 Let your virtues if you have any speak for themselves Refuse to talk about the vices of others Discourage gossip It is a waste of valuable time and can be destruc tive and hurtful 8 Take into consideration the feel ings of others Wit and humor at the expense of another is never worth the pain that may be inflicted 9 Pay no attention to illnatured remarks about you Remember the person who carried the message may not be the most accurate reporter in the world Simply live so that nobody will believe him Disordered nerves and bad digestion are a common cause of backbiting 10 Dont be anxious about the credit due you Do your best and be patient Forget about yourself and let others remember Success is much sweeter that way Dear Ann Landers My fiance and I need you to settle an argument His name is Frank John Conroy III fictitious of His father and grandfather are deceased I would like our first son to be named Frank John Conroy IV He likes the idea but insists that since his father and grandfather are no longer alive our son would automatically become Frank John Conroy Jr I disagree Am I right Or is he Future NYC Wife Dear NYC Since your husbands father and grandfather have died your fiance could drop the IV and become plain old John Conroy His son would then be John Conroy Jr Ann Landers discusses teenage drinking its myths its realities Learn the facts by reading Booze and You For TeenAgers Only by Ann Landers Send 50 cents and a long selfaddressed stamped envelope to Ann Landers PO Box 11995 Chicago 111 60611 Cancer Society Dinner To Be Held The American Cancer Societys third annual volunteer recognition dinner will be held on Thursday Ju ly 19 beginning at pm atSeton School Meadville For further information contact the American Cancer Societys of fice in Meadville Reservations must be made by July 6 ANGELAPARRES Seibert Award Angie Parres daughter of Tom and Loretto Parres of Pleasantville RD 1 has been declared winner of the Kate Seibert Award for earning the highest grade average by a stu dent during her three years in Titusville Junior High School Miss Parres earned all As dur ing seventh eighth and ninth grades with the exception of two Bs earned over this period She was a cheerleader in eighth and ninth grades She also was a scorekeeper for the ninth grade boys basketball team this past season Miss Parres was a member of the language club newspaper staff and participated in History Day This past spring Angie was recognized for her work in the algebra contest and received the History Award and the Titusville Education Association Award The Kate Seibert Award is made possible by a trust fund left by Miss Seibert a former Titusville teacher and principal Did You Know Approximately 123 million Americans live in areas where the drinking water is fluoridated News of Churches mf GOOD CATCH Cynthia Nevers holds 17monthold Jessica Lynn Gough whom she caught falling from a secondstory porch Nevers was sitting three doors down when she heard a cry for help saw the taby at the railings edge jumped the fence and caught the child in her arms AP Laserphoto Titusville Hospital List Compiled at pm ADMITTED Ralph McWhirter Guys Mills R2 Susan luzzolino North Brunswick NJ Charles Bailor Tidioute William Goochee Endeavor Dorothy Burnley lOBM S Washington St DISCHARGED Mehgan Garrison Oil City Ada Acel Titusville R4 Albert Crowe Pleasantville Rl Mary Keeley Pleasantville Rl Susan Kuberry 132 Breed St Margaret Shaffstall 103 Beechwood Dr Dana Wood Titusville Rl Other Hospitals Union City Admitted Debra McXinney Union City Discharged Merle Ongley Spartansburg Candy Morton Union City Paul Emerson Union City RD Corry Discharged Genevieve Faust Pittsfield Stephanie Albers Spar tansburg Oil City Admitted Gladys L Adams Titusville Charyl A Raster Titusville Warren Admitted Zora M Carnaham Tidioute BIRTH Spaur A son Matthew Justin was born June 19 1984 at Union City Memorial Hospital to Mr and Mrs Samuel Spaur Union City Mrs Spaur is the former Bonnie Wilt Class of 64 Reunion Tonight The Titusville High School class of 1964 will hold its reunion this evening at Cross Creek Resort The social hour will be from 6 to with a group Din ner will be at 8 MOW Lists Volunteers The following are Meals on Wheels volunteers for the week of June 25 Monday Ray and Lucia Crowley Clare Smith Charlotte Smith and Marge Ludwick Tuesday Clarence Winton Ann Glass Fran Schoppert and Ben and Theona McCoy Wednesday Fred Webster Barbara Shrout and Brenda Mc Cain Thursday Russell and Helen Wilson Ann Glass and Joe and Erma Lamenskie Friday Louis Peter son Edith Shrout and Brenda McCain Saturday Ben and Ruth Lewis Margaret Mattocks and Brenda McCain Faith Fellowship To Begin Sunday Meetings Faith Fellowship Center a new nondenominational group in the area will begin meeting on Sundays starting this week Morning service will be at 10 oclock and evening ser vice at 6 oclock There will be inter denominational community praise services on Thursdays at 7 pm Faith Fellowship Center has originated as a group of believers who have met for Bible studies on Monday nights in a home Services are being conducted in the church building at Jamison Cor ners on Turkey Farm Road off Route 8 south of Titusville Duplicate Club Reports Scores The Cross Creek Duplicate Bridge Club met Friday afternoon at Cross Creek Resort There were eight pairs in play Door prizes were won by Ruth Jolley and Marilyn Hutchinson The average score was 42 In first place with 51 were Shirley Temple and Florence Kraffert Second with were Edna Dowl ing and Lois Benedict Third with were Pat Lee and Marilyn Hutchinson The club will meet next Friday at 1 pm in Cross Creek Resort Members are encouraged to come early for lunch Happy Birthday Birthdays June 24 Jeffrey Niedbala Titusville Anna Paulich Titusville Betty Jane Staub Fedei Titusville R3 CJiristy gopher Grand Valley Keislia Marie Tarr Titusville Pandi Lynn Sutton Titusville Amy Harrison Pleasantville Catherine Werling Centerville R4 Joan Amini Titusville First United Methodist am worship service am Sunday school with classes for all ages 11 am worship service David A Eversdyke and E Davis pastors Sermon A Fire Within Special music by Jane Clark and organ selections by Agnes Dunning organist First Baptist Rev Richard K Mercer Jr pastor Ron Nelson choir director Mildred Hurlburt organist am ministry of study with Sunday school classes for all ages Love Gift Sunday 11 am ministry of wor ship message No Need To Worry childrens sermon by Nancy Allebach special music Greeters Gregg Marsh and Fawn Farrell Nursery provided for in fants and small children 3 pm Oil Creek Association nominating committee 5 pm service class meeting home of Herb and Marian Hasbrouck First Presbyterian Saturday 11 am memorial service for Edith Gedeon Sunday am nursery atten dants on duty 10 am Activity Centers sports with Dan Snyder 10 am morning worship The Apostles of Jesus Simon the Zealot Radicalism in Religion Rev Cressman preching choir under the direc tion of Donald Mowrey singing Pass Me Not 0 Gentle Saviour baritone solo Dave Evans alto solo Gloria Fenton organ selec tions Mrs Robert Streich St James Episcopal Second Sunday after Pentecost 8 am Holy Eucharist morn ing prayer and Eucharist lay par ticipants Altar Guild Maxine Billig and Carol Courtwright acolytes SamBartGambleJon j Landas am Bob MacKie Andy Gamble lay reader Don Fitch lector Sharon Stamp Ushers 8 am Robert Baker am Harry Bohin Helen Bohin Emanuel Lutheran Philip S Harcourt pastor 10 am the ser vice greeters Mr and Mrs Fred Wellman lector Virginia Hoak nursery Pat Langwor thy special music by Arthur W Carlson III and Mrs Alan Dunkerley Following the service friendship time in Fellowship Room First Assembly of God Larry Bidwell pastor Prayer time am Sunday school am morn ing worship am special speaker Joanne Klamer morning and evening youth meeting pm evening ser vice pm First Church of Christ Scientist Mor ning service am Valley Charge United Methodist Jack C Winger pastor Cher rytree worship service am message Grace under Pressure Sunday School am MYF Sunday 4 pm Dinner at Troy Center Methodist The Ladies Aid Socie ty of the Troy Center Methodist Church will hold a public turkey or ham dinner in Troy Center on Wednesday June 27 at 5 pm The public is invited to at tend Genealogy Club Meets Monday The Venango County Genealogical Club will meet at 1 pm Monday June 25 in the Heritage Room of the Oil City Library Carolee Michener will give a talk entitled So You Think You Know Mrs Michener is editor of the Franklin News Herald Summer hours are in effect and volunteers are needed from l to 5 pm Tuesdays and Saturdays and may con tact Alice Morrison or Barbara Harvey Correspondence for information may be ad dressed to the club PO Box 811 Oil City 16301 Wallaceville 11 worship service Sun day school am MYF 4 pm Christian Growth Fellowship Squashic pastor Alviri Proper worship leader r Saturday 8am mens prayer Sunday am Sunday school for all ages adults studying I Kings 1719 am Rev Frans Shadee speaking pmin tecessory prayer Baptist Class To Meet Sunday The Service Class of the First Baptist Churcti will meet at the home of Herb and Marian Hasbrouck this Sunday at 5 pm for a wiener roast All food beverages and tableware will be furnished by the com mittee Assisting the hosts are Jack and Thelma Deane Doris Shaffer and Hazel Fye Richard Mercer will have the devotions AP Means Associated Press Souvenirs Openers Set Chain The Gift Box S Washington St Phone 8276332 Fine Custom Woodworking RobertO Davis Jr ORIGINAL CREATIONS Furniture Repair Restoration Conservation Refinishing Specializing in 19th Century American Furniture Pick up and Delivery Arranged Free Estimates Two Miles West of Tidioute on Enterprise Road 8144843441 RD Box 232 A Tidioute PA 16351 FREE 5uiWMgrTote Baa Convenient CarryAII Summer Handbag Diaper Bag Sport Tote Fill our summer tote to fill all your needs One of these 14 x 15 canvas bags with waterproof interior and over the shoulder handles can be yours FREE with in receipts dated June 20th to 30th from any Mall Merchant or for with in receipts We can fill all your 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