Bedford County Inquirer in Bedford, Pennsylvania
27 Apr 2012

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27 Apr 2012

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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - April 27, 2012, Bedford, Pennsylvania Community living i a Friday april 27, 2012 a Bedford inquirer Bedford a. Anniversaries or. And mrs. George Felix or. And mrs. George Felix Mark 65th a George and Doris Felix of Alum Bank celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on feb. 4. The felines wed on feb. 4, 1947, in a ceremony performed by the Rev. Crumb at the evangelical Church in Scalp is a retired steel worker and Doris is a housewife. L the couple three children Dan of Mechanicsburg. Tim of Manns Choice and Mary of crab Orchard Tenn. They also have to grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. The couple Eiyo Yed a Toast for a wonderful time and a catered meal for their special Day. Or and mrs. John Barkman a romans honoured As King and Queen to Mark 73rd anniversary sunday # z a the pen Knoll Village 2012 Valentine s Day King and Queen Are John and Guila bar pm an the bar mans celebrated 73 years of marriage on feb. 19. John met Guila in 1936 when family moved to the Village of Clappertown John said Guila at first thought he was but that opinion seemed to change As the couple married three years later in 1939. In roaring Spring. They have four children Patty Mearkle Beverly Feight Jean i t and Shelly Layton 12 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. John often is heard saying that he the Best family and that he is proud of All of them. Snow ens to be honoured of March 11 Rodney r. And Jackie j. Getz Snowden of 278 s. Breezewood Road. Breezewood. Celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary March la at the Jerusalem Christian Church Fellowship Hall. The Celebration was hosted by the couple s children and grandchildren. Rodney is owner and Mechanic at hot Rod s garage. Jackie is a housewife and Mother the couple nine children Jerome Snowden Fiance of a Matney Fleegle of Fishertown. Chastity Fraker wife of Daniel Fraker of Everett Stacey Snowden Girlfriend of Scott Semenck of Everett Rose Wright wife of Robert Wright of Pennsylvania. Beget Snowden Fiancee of Adam Duncan of Breezewood Cora Tate wife of David Tate of Breezewood and the late Daisy Jack and Joseph Snowden Rodney and Jackie s grandchildren Are John and Jacob Snowden of Fishertown. Makayla Getz and Clay Cox of Everett Jas son Cox or. Of Claysburg Izzabelli and Gretchen Clark and Lisa Beth Helsel All of Everett Robert Wrightjr. Of Manns Choice Maria and Jazmin gets of Pennsylvania and the late to Crone Clark Snowden Tate wed Cora Helena Snowden and David Andrew Tate exchanged wedding vows in a marriage ceremony performed feb. La. The Bride is the daughter of Rodney and Jackie Snowden of Breezewood the in Deboom is the son of Eddie and Doris Tate of Florida pastor Gene Hardin performed the double ring ceremony. Wadding music was provided by David Grimm and Raymond Coakley adopted Grandfather of the Bride and Groom. Courtney Fleegle sister in Law of the Bride attended the Guestbook escorted to the altar by her father the Bride wore a White papal accented gown and carried a bouquet of pastel daisies and two White roses the Bride held the maid of Honor position in Honor and memory of her twin the late Daisy Snowden. Gretchen Clark of Everett and Jazmin Getz of Everett nieces of a he Bride served As the Flower girls while Lisabeth Helsel of Everett Niece of the Bride was the ring bearer. Jerome Snowden of Fishertown brother of the Bride was the Best Man while the groomsmen were Jacob Snowden of Fisher town and Clay Cox of Everett both nephews of the Bride. The couple was honoured at a reception. Or. And mrs. Tate Are residing at 278 s. Breezewood Road Breezewood. Engagement Fitzhugh Hershberger to wed Gregg and Denise Fitzhugh of Schellsburg and Kerry and rim Hershberger of Everett Are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Bethany p. Fitzhugh and Derrick c. Hershberger. Bethany is a 2009 graduate of Chestnut Ridge High school and is studying at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown where she is a secondary education English she works at Starbucks in Somerset. Derrick is a 2007 graduate of Everett High school and is a secondary education history a amp Jor at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown he works at Starbucks in Johnstown. A Bethany Fitzhugh and Derrick Hershberger the couple plans to wed on june 22, 2013. Education amp military news Miller Miller posts 4.0 Annissa Miller daughter of Julie and Dennis Price of Clearville and Terry Miller of Schellsburg completed her first semester at Douglas education Center with a 4.0 Grade Point average. Miller is majoring in cosmetology and specializing in aesthetics. She is a 2011 graduate of Everett area High school and Bedford county technical Center. Miller is the granddaughter of Herbert and Anna Hille Gas of Everett and Norma Price of Clearville Larson named to list Ronna Larson daughter of Kip and Patty Larson of Linier been named to the Dean s list at Shippensburg University. She is an elementary education minor at Shippensburg. Larson is a 2008 graduate of Chestnut Ridge High school Larson Naglic Naglic on list Amanda Naglic daughter of Thomas and Julie Naglic of Bedford been named to the Deans list at St. Francis University. Naglic is a 2009 graduate of Bedford High school and is majoring in psychology and minoring in neuroscience. Fisher earns 4.0 Caleb 1. Fisher son of Rodney and Michele Fisher of 212 Bolden Road. Bedford been named to the fall semester Deans list at Penn state University a Altoona Campus with a 4.0 Grade Point average. Fisher is a 2011 graduate of Bedford High school and is a freshman electro mechanical engineering mayor Fisher Grance Claar Grai Michael Grance of eve Miller Miller joins reserves Melinda r. Miller daughter of Roy a and Leslie j. Miller of Cove Street Everett joined the army reserves stationed in Altoona. She was sworn in on Jan. 18. She will attend Basic training for nine weeks at fort Jackson South Carolina in june followed by about eight weeks of advanced individual training at fort Lee a. Miller is a senior at Everett area High school. She plans to attend College where she will study cinematography and environmental science. She is the granddaughter of the late Robert d. Simmons and Loretta Simmons and Earl and Ina Miller All of Everett. Grubb inducted Harrison Grubb son of Barry and Penny Grubb of 165 Hummingbird Lane Bedford been inducted into the thu i Phi honorary society for business at Juniata College. Grubb graduated from Bedford High school 2008. He is a senior financial and business major at Juniata and plans to pursue a career in the financial Field. Ruby earns 4.0 Tyler Ruby a senior at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh been named to the fall semester Deans list with a 4.0 Grade Point average. Ruby is a fourth year pharmacy student in the Mylan school of pharmacy. He is the son of Ronnie and Bev Ruby of Clearville and the grandson of Leroy and pleasant Ruby of Artemas and Virgil and Dorothy Morral of Flintstone my. Ruby is a 2008 graduate of Everett area High school. Ruby Iduate Everett and Matthew Claar of Osterburg have earned degrees from Indiana universe a to of Pennsylvania. Grance earned a Bachelor of science in hospitality management while Claar earned a Bachelor of science in business education. Swindell on lists Jonathan Swindell of Bedford been named to the fall semester and january term Deans lists at the University of Northwestern Ohio in Lima Ohio. He is a student in the College of applied technologies. Full time student must receive a Grade Point average of 3.5 or better to be named to the list. Ritchey on list Megan Ritchey of Martinsburg been named to the fall semester Deans list at Shippensburg events two earn scholarships the Allegany College of Maryland foundation announced the awarding of scholarships to students for the 2011-12 academic year. Two local students have received scholarships Jennifer boor of Everett received the Tracie Jean Werner memorial scholarship. She is a medical office technologies major a 2010 graduate of Northern Bedford county High school she worked at the subway in Loys Burg. She is the daughter of Lois and Edward boor Jacey Bottenfield of new Enterprise earned the Mildred fret Well memorial scholarship. She is an office technologies mayor in the administrative assistant option. A 2010 graduate of Northern Bedford county High school she is the daughter of Randy and Jean Bottenfield. Hawkins deployed . Army sol data t. Hawkins a 2005 graduate of Bedford High school and a 2008 graduate of Triangle tech of Greensburg was deployed to Afghanistan in september 2011. His Home base is fort Bragg n.c., where he is stationed with the 82nd airborne. Hawkins thirty four on list thirty four local residents have been named to the fall semester Dean s list St mount Aloysius College in Cresson. They Are Mains Belles Tiffany Clingerman Jordan Elliott or cob Hershberger and Hannah Hoff Mai All of Bedford Erie Baker Michelle Black Chris burkes Jean Dougherty Michael Hileman Kristen Linier Jennifer Smith and Shai a Weyandt All of Claysburg Amy Miller and Allison Ritchey both of Clearville Jenna Price and Bethany Strait both of Everett Codie Detester and Brittany roes both of Hopewell Toffani Finnegan Kelsey Mckee Ashley Dawn Miller and Tammy Ritchey All of Linier Doreen Griffith and Norma Mcgee both of Manns Choice Mindy Gates of new Enterprise Michael Godie Sart and Jason Zuchelli both of new Paris Darcy Deremer of Osterburg Laura Brode destiny Diehl and Christi Gordon All of Saxton Seth Shaffer of Schellsburg and Ondrea White of six mile run. Elliott posts 4.0 Jordan Elliott daughter of John and Lynn Elliott of Bedford been named to the fall semester Deans list at mount Aloysius College in Cresson with a 4.0 grads Point average. She is a senior biology major and a 2008 graduate of Bedford High school. Turner coaches team the Andrews . Navy Junior Reserve officers training corps academic team coached by la cmdr. Dennis Turner a Bedford High school graduate moved on to compete in the National championship of the College options foundation no Roth academic bowl. Turner graduated from the University of Pittsburgh and holds a masters degree from Troy state University. He retired from the . Coast guard after 22 years of service and he been a no Roth instructor for almost 18 years. The Andrews h. S. No Roth academic team competed against Over 200 teams from around the world to Advance to the National championship in this online Competition. One of the main goals of the no Roth academic bowl is to prepare students for state exit graduation exams As Well As College Entrance exams such As the sat and act. In each level of the Competition this fast paced event tests their knowledge using sat act Type questions in the areas of a Roth curriculum English math and science. Andrews will compete for the title june 22-26 on the Campus of George Mason University. Coughenour achieves 4.0 Amanda Coughenour daughter of Boyce and Angie Coughenour of Hyndman achieved a 4.0 _ Grade Post average in her first semester at Mansfield University. This earned her a place on the president s list of distinguished undergraduate scholars. The University also chosen her to receive the a freshman with Kwh a of aet Reg Pony Coughenour in april she is majoring in music education with a concentration in voice and a minor in special education. J i thyran and Purnima Muturi of Bedford Are pleased to announce the birth of a son. Sre Ekar Muturi arrived feb. 16 at a pm Bedford memorial. Merely and Danyell Roudabush Knott of Claysburg welcomed a son Quinten Ray Knott to their family at 6 01 . Feb. 6 at Nason Hospital roaring Spring. Caleb and Krista Colledge Hin Ian of Defiance Are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter. Harper Grace Hinish was born at 4 16 . Feb. 13 at Nason Hospital roaring Spring. Laverne and Frances Garman Nolt of Martinsburg Are delighted to announce the birth of a son Jeffrey g. Nolt. The Newborn arrived at 12 20 . Feb. 15 at Nason Hospital roaring Spring Garret and Erica Webb Cloud of Saxton welcomed son Mason Lee Cloud to their family at 9 11 . Feb. 15 at Nason Hospital. Roaring Spring Robert Shore and Samantha Collins of Bedford Are pleased to announce the arrival of a daughter. Kayleigh Lynn Shore was born feb. 20 at a pm Bedford memorial. She weighed 7 pounds 4 1/2 ounces at birth and was 20 inches Long. Grandparents Are Melissa Jones and James Collins of Baltimore md., and Susan Shore and Louis via of Bedford. Scott and Katie suiters of Bedford welcomed a daughter to their family on feb. 20 at a pm Bedford memorial. Harper Sophia suiters weighed 9 pounds 4 ounces at birth and was 22 inches Long. Grandparents Are Jota and Glenn Allen of Bedford George and Sandy Price of Bedford Marilyn and Dale Imler of new Enterprise and Dale suiters of Broad top. Lucas and Megan Davia Engelhard of Akron Ohio Are pleased to announce the birth a son on feb. 27 at Akron City Hospital Ohio. Grandparents Are Chuck and Paula Engelhardt of Uniontown Ohio and Wayne and Parletta Davis of Lovely. Great grandmothers Are Bonnie Frater of Kenton Ohio and Mardella Bolton of and Beth Igou Hinson of Curryville welcomed a daughter to their family on March i. Harper Heather Hinson arrived at 2 57 . At Nason Hospital roaring Spring. She weighed 6 pounds 13 ounces at birth and was 18 inches Long. Harpers grandparents Are Jim and Terri Hinson of new Paris ism and Joanne Felix of new Paris and Rick and Barb Igou of roaring Spring. Great grandparents Are Gladys Stultz of Schellsburg the late Robert Stultz Dean Hinson of new Paris the late Pat Hinson Bob Detweiler of Spring Hope Janet Detweiler of Schellsburg Marcella Igou of roaring Spring and the late Mack Igou. Adam and Halloo poor of Everett Are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter. Gabriella Elize foor arrived March 6 at a pm Bedford memorial. She weighed 7 pounds to ounces at birth and was 20 1/2 inches Long. The Newborn one older brother Samuel Joshua foor 3. Grandparents Are Hamilton and Dulce Carvacho of Brazil and Andy and Diane foor of Everett. Jose and Daisy Bywater of Everett Are pleased to announce the birth of a son Ryan James Bywater. The Newborn arrived March to at a pm Bedford memorial. He weighed 9 pounds 4 ounces at birth and was 21 3/4 inches Long. Ryan a half sister Raqueal Anne Bywater la. Grandparents Are James and Samantha Lay of Everett. Steven Rhoat and Kelly Cowan of Robertsdale Are delighted to announce the arrival of a son. The Newborn arrived March 8 at a pm Bedford memorial. He weighed 9 pounds 2 ounces at birth and was 22 inches Long. The Newborn joins Connor Rhoat 2 1/2. Grandparents Are Darlene Cowan of Broad top City Janet and Ronald Dixon of six mile run and Jon Rhoat of Robertsdale. Jeremy and misty Rightnour Hartman of Everett Are delighted to announce the birth of a son Connor Matthew Hartman who arrived at 6 47 . March 2 at Nason Hospital roaring Spring. Craig and Danielle Best Simpson of Everett Are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter. Kaylee Nichole Simpson arrived at 9 22 a in. On March 2 at Nason Hospital in roaring and Sandra Bulvin Elble of Dauphin welcomed a son to their family on dec. 12 at Pinnacle health Hospital Harrisburg. Grayson Robert wide weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces at birth and was 20 1/2 inches Long. Grandparents Are Robert and Leah Wible of Everett Deborah Proctor of Bedford and Gregory Bulvin of new Paris. The Bedford Gazette publishes Birl announcements free of charge. To by Mit an announcement write Down to information and Send it to the Bedfor Gazette a blessed event Quot 424 w. Pei St., Bedford a. 15522. Forms Ai available by visiting the webs . Forms Al May be requested by emailing Henrj or by calling 62 1151. Information May be submitted v the website and email or by mail at be Ford Gazette 424 w. Penn St., Bedfor a. 15522 or by fax to 623-5055

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