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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - July 3, 1975, Bedford, Pennsylvania
July Bedford socially in and around the Village finance your own Home keeps costs Low for homemakers who have the urge to redecorate and dont have the extra to finance the or for those who just want to test their there May be a Way to raise the funds for most or All of the Check basement and and collect All the items you no longer if youre fortunate enough to have cast off appliances or furniture in Good one Sale could finance your first dont Overlook games or books that the children May have Kitchen Small appliances and Good used clothing Are also Good Sale save clothing that int Good enough to if it has enough Good it can be Cut in strips or squares and used to make braided rugs or with the growing popularity of Yard you May want to consider this method of these items can be taken to a shop that specializes in sales on con and you will be paid a percentage of the retail if you have an abundance of Small including some borderline you May want to join the ranks of the weekend Flea Market dont despair if you dont have any read made Saleable Check shops that sell hand made crafts for ideas for items that you May be Able to make to if you have a Green consider the possibility of Selling houseplants or vegetables from your three receive Silver Beaver award three Bedford county Scouters were among seven presented with the Silver Beaver award at the Penns Woods Council Scouter appreciation held recently at Aloysius College in the Silver Beaver is the highest award Given to Volunteer Scouters on the Council seated left to right Elmer Mike Loysburg Helen Everett and Thomas standing Are Elmer Fred and Thomas Roxanne Flynn wed recently following their wedding trip to the Eastern and George Libby Are residing at Bethel the couple was wed in a double ring ceremony held june 14 in the Helen Eisenhower Penn Sylvania state state the the former Roxanne Francia is the daughter of and Edmund Flynn of formerly of the fort Bedford parents of the bridegroom Are George Libby and Dorothy both of the Bride was Given in marriage by her she wore a White full length knit gown with a wide Waistline inset full length fitted sleeves with three Inch flared lace and scoop neckline with Matching lace the gown featured a circular skirt and Chapel length she wore a Juliet Cap of daisies with a two tier Elbow length illusion trimmed with lace appliques and edged with Matching she carried a Cascade bouquet of White mums and miniature White miss Lisa Ann Libby of sister of the engaged and George Libby photo by Dan Brody studio was maid of she wore an full length Princess style with a White Long pointed she carried a colonial bouquet of White and Aqua Blue the bridegrooms Best Man was his brother Peter Libby of for her daughters wed the Mother of the Bride wore a full length Pink and White print her mat jacket featured an Ecru bodice and full length she wore a Corsage of White the bridegrooms Mother wore a full length dress and jacket ensemble of Rose and White Floral print with a Corsage of White the wedding dinner following the ceremony was held at to Trees Lodge and country state with the families in the Bride is a 1975 graduate of Pennsylvania state University with a is degree in medical the bridegroom graduated in 1974 from Perm state with a bachelors degree in mechanical he is now employed by the Bettis division of guests at the wedding dinner included the brides Edmund his Jacqueline and their Courtney the family is formerly from los and now resides in Newport the brides aunt and and Clark Cable of Union Dale and their Joseph also Joyce Lepley and Elmer Lepley of Bedford re 1 wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Joyce to Donald son of and mrs Orlo Claycomb of new Paris mils Lepley is a 1974 graduate of Bedford High school and 10 employed at Kef drug Claycomb a in graduate Chestnut Ridge High school and employed local Art club members meet local artists held a meeting May 21 at the Home of Ivagene Cessna at Bedford refreshments were served outdoors and the group toured the Countryside in the Lake Gordon throughout the leisurely intervals were devoted to painting and photographing the land More activities at the Home and studio of Eris Dodd of Bedford re 3 concluded the the artists exhibit held at the Bedford county memorial Hospital grounds As part of the Hospital Day festivities netted for the Hospital the next monthly workshop meeting is scheduled for july 9 at the Home of Austin Dorothy Ritchey of Everett Art club members will meet at the masonic Home in Everett at from Ritchey will guide the group to her there Are a variety of ways to advertise items you May have to some stores and businesses offer a bulletin Board for posting Sale some radio stations May offer advertising services for their some organizations offer advertising space in their publications for their a 20word and in the Gazette reaches Over families and costs Only for four once the sales Are made and you have those extra items out of the youre ready to begin the Kitchen is the Best place to the procedure Here is the same As for any other ceiling Walls second and floor if the ceiling and Walls have been rent a Steamer from a paint or hardware store to remove the layers of old often people will just remove Loose but when new paper is it is wet with paste and this can loosen old paper underneath and can cause unsightly bubbles or Loose edges As it it takes More work to remove All old but it is Worth the Effort in the Long with a even in the biggest Walls can be striped Bare in a clean up old wet Wall paper As it is being if you wait until the Job is some of the paper will have dried to the Woodwork or furniture and it is harder to scrape off than when deciding to use paint or Wall paper to remember that 40 pounds of grease evaporate onto Kitchen Walls each paint or a solid color of wallpaper will quickly show grease and for the Lone papering a ceiling offers about the same Challenge As skydiving without the installing ceiling tile is a difficult and paint Doest hide defects in the plaster and is Quick to show probably the Best Way to redecorate the ceiling is to use texture it hides defects in the minimizes any uneven Cor ners and is slow to show Purchase the texture paint that comes in powder the powder is then mixed with water to achieve the consistency required for the design you a thin mixture is suitable for a Sand medium for swirls and very thick for a dramatic cake frosting instead of a conventional paint texture paint can be applied with a for a thin or a Brush commonly used to apply wallpaper for a medium or thick Experiment first to get the hang of it and decide which finish Best suits your texture paint spills Are easy to clean up while the mixture is still even when spots can be soaked Loose with warm water and the spots usually dont leave any although on some dried on texture paint May remove or bleach the it May be a Good idea to paint Woodwork before finishing the no need to if your aim with the Paintbrush int too a stray brushstrokes on the Walls can be covered up when you Flat paint is not Good for Kitchen dirt adheres readily to the surface and it is hard to shiny finishes Are not Only easier to but also resist dirt and for the most durable apply a coat of Clear polyethylene after the Woodwork has been this procedure is optional and int necessary if you use a High gloss but although it is rather it does although texture paint is Best for hiding cracks and uneven room it is not practical on Kitchen Walls because it is impossible to the most practical Wal covering is Vinyl or plastic coated wallpaper for easy a muted Over All print like the one shown Here minimizes defects better than an even design or one woman View cast of characters Call for conservation by Beth Gray while we Are All gathered round the table id like to hear your suggestions on a topic that a club of mine is working How can we Cut waste every face gaped in More Blank fashion than Normal until our smart Aleck charged Are you sure this is proper talk at the dinner table what better place to Start than with our dinner plates i offered before the snickers could Ive got it shouted Sas usual let old guzzle gut Over there Clear off the have you Ever seen How he knows All the Little pieces of meat off everybody Bones when he gets to the Kitchen the dog Doest have a by the time bottomless bins finished with the there lets just All make a major Effort to eat everything on our Hubby came to the and Thall Cut Down on he Ive got an idea on number one Kitchen Helper lets be sure to eat things in the refrigerator before we open something lets just feed the leftovers to the dog our Bon polisher youre not considering the said Well have no leftovers if youll quit serving Spanish enough on i Cut where else can we reduce waste somebody always leaves the soap in the Bottom of the Bathtub and it gets All Sas adversary Flung across the table with a purposeful somebody already saving a because somebody regularly forgets to flush the while were on the Hubby interrupted the Ive noticed when i empty the wastebaskets that somebody is throwing away her tissues before there entirely you know there Good for More than one but i dont have any pockets in my our Little girl make Hubby if were going to worry about saving the somebody we should write on both sides of every piece of and everybody should use their own not if the Trees Are in danger wed better build fences around ours or buy a smart Aleck we Are not making constructive i put i wish i you can quit throwing out my broken i can still use most of and you dont have to dump the Sand out of my shoes in the you could dump it Back in the and you could darn my socks instead of throwing out the ones with the holes in the and if youd water your plants regularly they die and you have to throw them and if youd save All those Good jars that end up in the garbage can you could fill them with Jelly up they be and if you saved All your pennies for me i have to Bug you about never having any Bubble i wish i had saved my cd installs new officers new officers of court Thomas Heyden Catholic daughters of were installed during a special mass in St Junior cd installs new officers Thomas Junior Catholic court Thomas heyday held its initiation of officers and installation of new monday june the ceremony was con ducted in the old Catholic Church on East Street by Mary the Junior ten new members were installed along with these new officers Geri president Kathy vice president Susie Secretary and Carole Thomas Church on Friday june the mass was celebrated by the Raymond and District Deputy Ethel Smilneks of Cresson assisted with the Mary sue whisker served As and Marge Novak led the prayer of the both Are outgoing whisker having served As recording Secretary and Novak As newly installed officers Are Ruth Bagley first vice Sharon feign second vice Mary Stefanko recording Mary Collins asst Rose Collins financial Jean Mcgill Evelyn Kirsch Marge Novak Hilda Hixson Margaret Wilson Mary Mildred Joanna and Mary Anderson served As the color and Veronica Green was the Banner a Short business meeting followed the and refreshments were served by the social monthly meetings will resume in Dudash joins Phi Kappa Phi in recognition of out standing Thomas Dudash of Meadowbrook was initiated As a member of Phi Kappa the National Scholastic Honor a student at Pennsylvania state was chosen from members of the Junior and senior classes and graduate students at the texture paint is probably the Best method for a Doit yours Elfer to Camo Flange unsightly cracks and defects in a the paint can be purchased in dry Power mixed with and applied with a sponge or offer double Protection for drawers and cupboard a washable plastic or Vinyl coated Wal covering is Best for Kitchen unless Corners Are straight and the plaster is dont choose an even design or an Overall pattern in muted prints and colors hides and provides a More soothing effect than sharply defined prints or harsh washable Wal covering is More expensive than Ordinary but it is much More durable and is easy to even years in preparing for future redecorating any lightweight Vinyl can by varying the amount of the mixture can be made thick for a cake frosting shown or for a Sand stipple effect or swirl be applied with wallpaper paste As a practical Wall covering for the but self adhesive vinyls such As those applied by removing the backing paper Are not often they do adhere properly to Bare Walls and the end result May be marred by unsightly bubbles or curled up next Well put Down a floor and offer tips on decorating other rooms and refinishing if you have an economical and practical solution to a decorating your suggestions Are one innovative homemaker covered her Kitchen Walls with Road maps to hide unsightly newlyweds and Dennis Holderbaum Sheronne Spaulding wed May 31 miss Sheronne Lee daughter of Ethel Spaulding of became engaged Valerie Palmer the and Charles Palmer of new Paris re 1 wish to announce the engagement of their to James Alan son of Alex and Nancy refi of Windber re miss Palmer is a 1973 graduate of Chestnut Ridge High school and is employed at Kmart in the Richland her Fiance is a 1970 graduate of Forest Hills High school and is employed by Laurel packaging company and super Chick a november wedding is the Bride of Dennis David son of and David Bruce Holder Baum of Bedford re in a double ring ceremony held May 31 in the Messiah lutheran the Roger Bucy officiated at the the organist was Mary the bridegrooms Given in marriage by her David Williams the Bride wore a full length gown and Mantilla of Rosebud the gown was styled with an Empire Waist and Wing she carried a bouquet of yellow and White roses and White Peggy sister of the was Matron of bridesmaid was miss Lynn sister of the they wore Lime Green Chiffon gowns with Empire waistlines and full length they carried bouquets of White carnations and bridegrooms Best Man was Mark Tys Tom the brides served As the reception following the ceremony was held at the Church social Hall and Tow couple left afterwards for Unur wedding trip to Ocean the Bride is a graduate of fort m High school the bridegroom from Bedford High school Asj is now employed by Suatos Baer lumber
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