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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - April 25, 1977, Altoona, Pennsylvania Mirror Cla»4ifi*d    Phone    944-7171. ALTOONA MIRROR, ALTOONA, PA., MONDAY. APRIL *35, 197'Miss Centra! Pennsylvania 1977 . . . social carrousel Basic Dress Pattern Course Scheduled new arrivals 1977 APRIL Baby Kuhn, a son born to | both experienced and beginner James and Diana (Hawks) Kuhn I MONDAY    al the Laster Seal Society fot ^ .ut TOBC Att .-iii Crippled Children and Adults of Duncansville TOPS 497 will b,JTrmmtv    <n. ...    „ meet at 8 p rn. at Hicks United BJa.r C ounty.    rh„ A|toon« Recreation Com- Methodist Church Duncansville. J™ternal Onjtr of    ag Ie-    mc mn announces it will be Auxiliary, Altoona 286, will    meet    conducting a three session L Z TUESDAY    at 7;,io p.m. at the home of    basic dress    pattern course for Hnllidavshure *Y* Auxiliary A,'ce Kyle, 4025 Beale Ave.    _ Will meet a? 12:10 n rn. a* the Sweet Adelines will ittMt at 9 sewer;, starting Thursday, April of 902 7th Ave., at Mercy Hosp-Hoilidavsburz YMC A. Helen p.m. at the 12th Ward    Civic 28, at the Sixth Ward Center, ital at 12:5.1    a.m. iii oiv* ••Tins <*\ Win- Center    5th Avenue, and 21st Street.    „    .    . Gronert will give lips «n win vinier.    Babv    Reed,    a son born to, dow Decorating.    THURSDAY    direction of'Mri. Betty Ticket* »«vid :ind l*>re<,n <fc«**r> Reed Alpha Delta Kappa, lait nap-    Auxillary to    the Letter Car-    and is    aimed at allowing you to of 1005    6th Ave.,    Juniata, at ter, will hold a dfy'i''rt    tiers wil Ihold a covered dish finish a garment with no fitting Mercy Hospital at 2:58 a m. at 6:30 p.m. at the I eon A. o ;Upp,r at home of Mrs.'Hi* first session will teach those '    , Hotel.    Kav McCachren, 222 1st Ave.,!attending the class how to de- l*ins Conrad, daughters born Altoona Chapter, National Sec- at g jo p.m.    lect their individual faults and to Paul and Bonnie (Leonard) manes Association, Interna-    Hollidaysburg I OPS 379 will    then    correct them on tissue Conrad    of Box 8-E,    Loretto RD, Conal, will hold its annual Bos*,-    mM, gt j m    in Zlon Lutheran    paper    patterns. A muslin pat at Mer(V Hospita|    at 8:32 and Guest Night Dinner at 6 P m- church basement, Hollidays-    tern will then be cut and fitted,    ’ at the Sheraton Motor Inn. burg.    showing proper techniques. Blair County Democratic Club    sprjng cove    Junior Women's    The    second session will dem-; Baby    Fisher, a    son born to will meet at 7:30 p.m. at ,he Club will meet at 7:30    p.m. in onstrate the completion of    the    Kenneth and    Debra (Brown): Salvation Army Corps Commie- thf Garver YMCA,    Roaring    E-Z basic pattern to enable    the    Fisher of 758    Whitehall    Road, tty    Center.    Spring. The program will be a    experienced    and    also the mex Sla[e    at    Marcy Hospital Junior    Woman's Club cf Al microwave oven demonstration,    perienced sewer    alike to    sew    .. .. loons will meet at 7:45 p.m. at    ihay    their own Rarment without fit- '    * the Altoona Womans Clubhouse.    1    K'    ting ever again.    v    Baby    Charles,    a daughter born Blair Countv Chapter    of    the    George A. Wolf .lr. Chapter,    'I he third session will be con    >° f>Hul and    JRit(he*l Deborah Heart and Lung Cen- War Mothers, will meet    at noon,    cerned with transferring of    the    ('jlarlestJnf ?.    .    ^    : tor will meet at 8 p.m. at I 'Ut Bring a sandwich, and coffee    muslin pattern to a posterboard    Mercy Hospital    at L a5    pm. Lutheran Church. Refreshments will be served.    pattern, and also pattern de- Baby Marthinsen, a son born will be served.    SATURDAY    signing.    to Charles and Debra (Cassady) cern veers &v    ...    You are *^kcd to brinE a Pat"    Marthinsen of 1022    4th Ave., at wtuM.au/sT    Soroptimist    International    of    tern that fits you well, and if Mercy Hospital at 317 p.m. Weight off Club will meet at Blair County will hold its annual possible a dress you have made    . 9 in am at ! airview    United    smorgasbord, beginning at 6    off the pattern.    2    Sri    TliZaS Methodist Chunh.    p m. in the Hollidaysburg Area    Partirinanu mav recanter for    Philip anc    Mary    (Henamaii) Altoona Chapter of Hadassah H‘J?b School. .SI NDAY Participants mav register for ph'lip arKf iT*3 hi it iv,cart 1 the F.-Z basic dress pattern greyer of    lll-E, Dysart class, which will hold classes at R,) '• 4,t Mercy Hospi al varying times during the day, P-m-Bellwood Junior Women’s including    a morning class from t bib will hold a flea market on 9-1 j a.m    . and afternoon class    D;r+U    Annmmrecl the parking lot of Bellwood IGA from 1-3    p.m., and the evening    DlrTn    AAnnouncea I oodhner, from ll a.m. to 6 class 7-9 p.m.    Mr.    and    Mrs. Edward Onkst p.m.    To register for the courses, or of Hollidaysburg announce the Mercy Hospital Senior Aux- for a d d 1 t i 011 a I informalien, birth of their first child, a son ii,ary will hold a ten from 2 to P    cal! the center office, Aaron Edward , bom Apr., ll, 944-6382, any weekday from 9:30- 4:53 p.m. Irt    1:30.    He    weighed    5    pounds    ll    oun- National Organization of Worn- A small fee will be charged cr-, and was 19 inches long. Goodfellowship Bible Class will pn- Blair county chapter, “ for Pach session.    The    new    arrival is the first hold its annual banquet at 6    P um’ _,v 1,fi v,alnu    grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. will hold its annual Donor bun cheon at Temple Beth Israel at 12:30 p.m. Juniata Memorial American Legion Auxiliary 745 will meet at I p.m. at the post home. Blair County Women's Republican Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the post home a- tho Penn Alto Hotel. Candi- * P in Regina Mundi Hall. dates will he introduced. St., Hollidaysburg. Active Members Almond Fruit Dip p rn. in the church. League of Women Voters of Blair County will hold their an nual meeting at 6:30 p.m. at si John’s United Church of Christ, Hollidaysburg.    v,u,    vi«utn,    .,vo.wn    .,m,    *.    —- -    ,    •    ,    , Blair County Federation of little frozen    orange juice coneen    and program participant* in the    great    grandparents are Mr. and Women's Clubs will hold their trate. Serve    as a dip or sauce for    122-year-old Young Women:,    Nits.    Domenick Roberts all of annual Spring meeting at 7 p.rn fresh fruit    Christian Association. Carmen Roberts of Hollidaysburg. Paternal grandparents are Mor* than 2,500,OOO persons in Mr. and Mrs. Walter Onkst of the United States — women, girls, Hollidaysburg. Stir toasted ground almonds in-’men, boys — are actively engaged Maternal great-grandmother is to sour cream; season with a today as members, associates Mrs. Joseph Rock and paternal: Altoona. ANNUAL SECRETARIES WEEK, April 24-30 is being observed by National Secretaries Association, International. Altoona NSA Chapter will hold a boss-guest night dinner on April 26, at the Sheraton Motor Inn. The chapter kicked off the week when several members met with Mayor William C. Stouffer and explained their program. Susan Owen, (left) C.P.S., vice president, shows her certified professional secretary's pin to the mayor and Imogens Nicodemus, chapter president. women*/ NEWS and VIEWS Donna Martino Women's Editor ■■■I"-    sa** »***tmw !■ iiam» wii BELLWOOD JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB recently presented the Bellwood Police Department with a drug kit and fingerprinting kit. The equipment was purchased by the club as a community service project At the presentation (left to right) were: Debbie Garner, club president: Police Chief Robert Steinbeiser, and Guy Hollen, president of Bellwood Borough Council. Sadler Class Holds Supper, Plans Sale A covered dish supper wa-, held by the Sadler Bible Class nf Fifty-Eighth Street United M*thodist Church on April 14. fifteen members and five T’^sts attended. "he invocation was given by ir?ne Stevens, and the hostess committee consisted of Rose He mbach, Audrey Long, Isabel Underwood and Helen Wolfe. Grace Hughes introduced her guests, Gene and Jane Tipton, who entertained the group. Helen Surver led the devotions, based on Mark 4:35-41, assisted by Martha Lowery.at th© piano. President, Thelma Conner conducted a short business meeting. Reports from ill members were heard, and thanks for lilies received from two members who had received these plants from the altar this Easter. The rummage sale will he held on Wednesday, May ll, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church. Donations for the sale mav he brought in at any time now. Members and friends are asked to make reservations with Audrey Long if they wish *> participate in the hus trip to Tonroeville on May 4. Diana Crossley Is Married to Raymond Lanti Diana Lee Crossley beearn* the bride of Raymond Clyde Lantz in a double-ring ceremony on March 26, at I p.m. in the Circle Baptist Church, Penn-sacola, Fla. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Crossley of Warner Robins. Ga., and the bridegroom is the son of Raymond Lantz of 1602 1st Ave., and Mrs. Doris Lantz of 1221 14th Ave. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white, floor-length gown and carried a bouquet of daisies in white and yellow. Rosemary Crossley served as maid of honor and Neoma Crossley was a bridesmaid, both sisters of the bride. The attendants carried bouquets of yellow and white daisies. Serving as best man was Richard Angel and the usher was Arnold Fairchild. A reception was held in the church. The couple went on a wedding trip to Altoona, and they reside in Orange, Fla. Mrs. Lantz is a graduate of Bearden High School, Knoxville, Ky. Mr. Lantz received his high school diploma through the Navy. He is presently .serving in the Naval Air Force. 26th Annual Secretaries Week    Observance Slated The efficiency    of any    organ-    age monthly .salaries of $80< ization depends    upon    secre-Starting    salaries for secretary tories, who are    at the    center    in the    I ederal Governmer of communications within their ranged from $708 to $876 firm. They transmit information month, while the average ft among their employer’s staff all secretaries was $840 and to persons in many other month. “Generally, graduation fro) During the 2<lth annual Secre- high school is required for (aries Week, April 24-30, secre- job as a secretary Many en tories are recognized for theirlployeri prefer applicants havir vital role in business, industry, additional secretarial trainir education, government, and the at a college or private busine' ;professions.    I    school. An increasing numb! According to the Bureau of of private firms and gover Labor Statistics of the United ment agencies have their ow States Department of Labor in training facilities where er its new coition of the Occupa- ployees can upgrade their ski! tional Outlook Handbook, and broaden their knowledge “about 3.3 million people — the organization As secretors nearly all of them women — gain knowledge and experienc worked in jobs requiring secre- they cai] qualify for the desi tarial skills in 1974. Despite em- nation Certified Profession payment gains in non-tradition- Secretary by passing a two-da a1 occupations,    more    women    six-part    examination given I work a«s secretaries than in any-the Institute for Certifying Se other job.    retaries, a department of ti “Secretaries are employed National Secretaries Associ throughout the economy. About tion, Internationa! two-thirds of them, however, On the local level, the Altooi work in hanks, insurance com- Campus of Pennsylvania Sta panics, real c -tate firms, gov- University is running a two-vc eminent agencies, and other es- series of courses to assist sea tablishments providing services taries preparing to take the Cl I to the public. Most specialized exam. There are presently ti I secretaries work for doctors. CPSS in Altoona: Lavada IV lawyers and other professional Galien, employed by ConRa people.    and Susan Owen, employed The Occupational    Outlook    Mid-State Bank & Trust Co handbook states that “in 1974 The National Secretaries / ;secretaries to supervisors in sociation, International whi small offices earned monthly has a chapter in Altoona ( .salaries of $638. Secretaries to fines a secretary as “an exec officers in small companies had five assistant who possesses average monthly salaries of mastery of office skills w $690; those working for middle demonstrates the ability'to i .Mnmnomnnl in I a VOO pninmntac r-..   _______ I • i •,    •    .    . management in large companies averaged $735. Secretaries having greater responsibilities, such as executive secretaries to corporate officers, earned aver- sume responsibility withou reef supervision, who exer initiative and judgment, who makes decisions withir scope of assigned author^ GEORGIA ATHENA PAPPAS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Pappas of 4021 Ridge Av#., was chosen Miss Central Pennsylvania Saturday night at Hollidaysburg Area High School. Miss Pappas left to right) is shown during her talent presentation, evening gown competition, upon being named winner and being crowned Miss Central Pennsylvania. Story and photo appear on Page I. ;