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Bristol Daily Courier (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Bristol, Pennsylvania A age 2 Bristol courier and Levittown times saturday june 13, 1964 graduation slated at Hope lutheran sixth Grade students of Hope erection of mrs. Von Kortnys Kin school Mill Creek Parkway and Haines Road Levittown. Have been set for tomorrow morning during worship services beginning at 10 45. Der Irten tear Hor vacation Bible school vacation Bible school will open for a two week period on monday pastor Puglia will serve As superintendent. Each Rev. Santo l. Puglia pastor department will be headed by will preach the Sermon. The j the teaching staff of Hope Luth graduation certificates will be Loran school assisted by a Large presented by principal Wilmer group of volunteers. Theme for g. Kuske and Lennord l. Pit the vacation Bible school is Ney chairman of the Board of a god my country and Parish education. All children of the comm on tuesday evening the Grad a nity Ages three to 13, have been nation exercises for the Kinder invited to be at the school on Garten of Hope lutheran school monday morning 8 45, for Revere How in the Church bae Gist ration. Sessions will run from ment. Tho children presented two 9 to 11 30 a in. For further in plays Cinderella and a than formation those interested May sol and Crete a under the Di-1 please Call i 8-3467. St. Paul s to Honor Church teachers All to Amis Lead to Europe daily to open in is Etc town Bible school or of Rvin on Cruiser Rev. Stanley a. Powell. Jr., Rector of St. Paul a esp Copal Church at Mill Creek Road and Levittown Parkway announced that tomorrow will Mark the recognition of the teachers of the Church school. Teachers who have taught faithfully during the past nine month session will be awarded a Large size a Book of common prayer in recognition of their service. The Church school of St. Paul a with separate sessions at 9 30 and la . Begins with age three and continues through senior High. Both the conventional Fellowship series and the modern Seabury material Are used. During the summer St. Paul a will maintain a summer Church school at the 9 30 . Service Only. Regular Church services will continue All summer at the 8 00 ., 9 30 and la . Hours along with 7 30 . Evenings. Teachers who will receive the awards Are the school department mrs. John Ulrich mrs. Joseph Cor Alski mrs. William Flynn mrs Frank Maverick mrs. Robert Neild mrs. Roland Sherwood. Sheila Snyder hrs. William Kirk mrs. Howard Burd hrs. Wesley Brown Robert Neild mrs. William Newcomb. Junior department mrs. Charles Connor mrs. Edwin Dixon Charles Lang William Kirk or. And mrs. Charles Lang James Perkins. Junior High department. Robert Rizzo Harry Elwing Peter Petraglia mrs. John Neal mrs. Walter Bender. High school department John Neal Roland Sherwood mrs. Walter Hartpence regular substitute teacher miss Susan Hetherington staff mrs. James Perkins Church school seen tary. Presidents of the classes and clubs of Woodrow Wilson High school Bristol township donate to the fund to Send Daniel Shellhamer to Europe this summer. He was one of 26 High school students in the country chosen for the . Science foundation tour. Pictured from left Are Dave Hesel Junior class president Dave Magiera senior class president Shellhamer Stanley Aagaard science department chairman Lynn Schulte Sophomore class president and Bob Hunter interact club president. The daily vacation Bible school sponsored but the new town area Council of churches and meetings opens monday morning june 22, with classes for children from four years to sixth Grade age in three locations. All Are Welcome regardless of Church affiliation. Sessions will be held each weekday morning from june 22 to july 3, from 9 to 11 30 . The theme of the school this year is a Jesus registration forms Are available at the sunday schools of the eight member congregations and should be brought to class the first Day. Children May also obtain forms for registration on opening Day at each school location. The registration fee is 75 cents per child or $2 for families of three or More children. Classes listed four and five year Olds and children who have completed kindergarten will attend class at the Newtown presbyterian Church. Mrs. Elva Kaye is the superintendent. Teachers will include mrs. Jane Dillman mrs. James Clark and miss Kay Lee Dom. Helpers Are to be Ann Robert j. Nepo Seaman apprentice us son of or. And mrs. Guerino Nepo of 9 0 8 Spring St., Bristol is a Crew Buzzell and Kathy Frost i member of the Navy guided children who have finished missile Cruiser Little Rock first second and third grades j operating out of Norfolk a. Go to Wesley Hall of the Newtown methodist Church where mrs. William silk will be the superintendent. Teachers in in just i Day elude mrs. Henry Hoover mrs. Charles Fulton and mrs. William j. Doherty. At the Newtown friends meeting House students who have completed fourth fifth and sixth grades will meet for classes with miss Jane Meredith in charge assisted by mrs. Eugene Webster mrs. Clifford Lane and mrs. T. J. Flanagan. Mrs. Albert h. Torongo or. Is superintendent of the school. For about 90c a do your family can begin to enjoy years of the Good life basking in the healthful pleasures of your own private Pool. Thousands do already with exclusive a crossing Park attracts pupils Levittown of Captain graduates Christ lutheran sets vacation Church school the vacation Church school of Christ lutheran Church Levittown will begin its classes on monday at 9 30 . The school will meet monday through Friday june 15 to 26, from 9 30 to noon studying the general theme of a heroes of the old pastor Getz will conduct a refresher course of biblical history for youngsters who should be in the senior confirmation class in the fall. Installation of the staff will be held at both the 9 15 and la . Services tomorrow. Departmental superintendents Are mrs. Blanche Brior Nursery mrs. Marie Morgan kindergarten mrs. Wilma Carroll primary and mrs. Jackie Ware Junior. Open House will be held on thursday evening june 25, with the work arts and Craft the children have accomplished on display. Captain Merle l. Wright son of or. And mrs. Hermon p. Wright of 53 Stonybrook drive Levittown graduated today from the . Air Force command and staff College at the air University Maxwell fab Ala. Captain Wright was one of More than 500 graduates who marked the end of More than nine months of professional military education for career air Force captains and majors. The Captain a communications officer is being reassigned to a Usak support unit in Turkey. His wife Marie is the daughter of or. And mrs. Clarence m. Jahn of 4594 third St., Ecorse Mich. Captain Wright who attended Mckendrie College Lebanon 111., general motors Institute of technology at Flint Mich., and Southern Illinois University holds b a. And m s. Degrees. The Cornwells methodist Bible school to open the annual two week daily vacation Bible school will open its doors on monday at 9 30 . At the Cornwells methodist Church 2284 Bristol Pike Cornwells Heights. Daily sessions monday through Friday will be from 9 30 to 11 45 . Continuing through Friday june 26. The four divisions of the school Are pre school age restriction not under four years. Beginners school grades 1-3 inclusive according to registration for september 1964. Masters decree c Hildren from the Church and 118-year service Veteran was com com Mummy have been invited missioner in 1953 upon comple t1h0bj they have Hon of officer candidate school not registered in Advance. A Hills gets ready for 12 the Field Day the Community activities committee of Fairless Hills is planning for its 12th annual Fairless Hills Field Day. At a recent meeting in the Community Center the committee also elected officers. They Are Syd Lynn general chairman Jeannette Wilson treasurer Jerri Long publicity and historian Helen Hopkins corresponding Secretary Kay fosterling recording Secretary and tee Mcmanus Block collection chairman. 5.000 annually the Field Day which attracts Over 5,000 children annually has been set for aug. 15, with aug. 22 As a rain Date. The committee announced there will be soft drinks rides games pie eating contests Popcorn and pop Sickles and fireworks. The annual affair is made available through the cooperation of civic and service groups. As Well As through donations by citizens of the Community. A door to door Canvas has been set for next week. The group set its next meeting for june 23 at the Fairless Hills Golf course clubhouse. President f Ranklin d. Roosevelt suggested the original name of the a United 12 colleges accept grads members of the senior class who graduated recently from the holy ghost preparatory school Cornwells Heights will find themselves enrolled in possibly 12 different colleges and universities next fall. Duquesne University in Pittsburgh which is conducted by the holy ghost fathers has accepted la members of the class. A four year scholarship was awarded to Edward Leonarczyk by Duquesne. La Salle College has accepted eight Villanova University five St. Joseph College four Drexel Institute of technology three Pennsylvania state uni vers try three. The following institutions have accepted at least one member of the class University of notre Dame. Seton Hall University Kings College Temple in primary school grades 4-6 in elusive. Junior school grades 7-8 inclusive. The transportation following a regular route will be provided to and from the school. The Public service will be thursday june 25 at 7 30 . When parents and friends have been invited to meet the teaching and Aid staff. Members of the school will appear in a program in the Church Sanctuary. Marriage licenses capt. Merrill a. Green jr., has received a master of science degree in electrical engineering at the University of Arizona. He received h i s . Degree at the . Military Academy West Point in 1956. He is married to the former Irene a. Bodnar of i Cobalt Ridge drive Levittown. Capt. Green will be stationed at Olmstead fab Middletown pa., reporting july 31. Suicide is the fourth greatest cause of death among u. S. Diversity Siena College and As i Young people Between the Ages sumption College. Of 15 and 24. My Vav i j i Many from lower Bucks get i Deg Rees from Drexel Institute Drexel Institute of technology graduated its largest class in history at its 77th commencement today. Local graduates included Alfred Morton Loeb 4376 Garfield Lane Trevose master of science in electrical engineering Edward a. Metz 1162 Lynda Lane Warminster Bachelor of science evening College William r. Robinson 455 Lemon St., War mister Bachelor of science evening College and Angela l. Tabasco 698 Mueller Road. Warminster Bachelor of science evening College Donald Charles Long 128 s. Main St., Yardley master of science in electrical engineering and san dra Skelton 93 n. Delaware ave., Yardley Bachelor of science in Home economics. Jet degrees also Horace b. Welk 1831 Bristol Road Churchville Bachelor of science evening College Robert Lee Morton 2599 Hulmeville Road Cornwells Heights Bachelor of science in cooperative business administration Earl Polland Spencer 3rd, 4643 River drive Cornwells Heights Bachelor of science in electrical engineering Ronald Jay Duff 154 Yorkshire Road Fairless Hills Bachelor of science in Commerce Jack Gabriel i Tala 13 Taylor drive falling ton Bachelor of science in co operative business administrations Edward a. Dance 50 Dalton Road Feasterville Bachelor of science evening College Vincent Paul mule 237 Louise drive. Morrisville master of Mant 82 eventide Lane Bache science in engineering manage-1 Lor of science in chemistry Road master of Library science Stephen Wesley Dick 51 Quarter turn Road West Bachelor of science in cooperative business administration Leon Mich Dor Mer John h. Decoursey 918 Churchville Road. Southampton Bachelor of science evening College and Joan Marie Zackey 1029 second Street Pike Southampton Bachelor of science in Home economics. Levittown grads and the following residents of Levittown Robert c. Brewer 110 Vermont Lane Bachelor of science evening College Ann i drive Bachelor of science Comer Brodeur 45 Shady Wood i electrical engineering. John Joseph Federovich 84 eventide Lane master of science in chemical engineering and Walter Charles Goldacker i Hook Road master of science in electrical engineering. Also Richard j. Pariseau 52 Ruby Lane Bachelor of science in physics Frank Otto Rohn. 22 Hale Road. Bachelor of science evening co Liege and John Jo-1 Ville. Gerald Mulhern Bellevue House Penndel and Catherine d. Hassett 19 Inwood Road Indian Creek Levittown. Charles Henry Fox 412 Philmont ave., Feasterville and Esther Ann Watkins 1663 Highland ave., Parkland. Louis Vincent Sciarrotta 171 Pope ave., Trenton and Emily Mary Marini 53 Deiter ave., Morrisville. Thomas o. Hetrick n. Main Street Yardley and Kathleen Mary Lesko 806 Hanford Road Fairless Hills. Ronald Charles Widmann 24 Mcgloughlin drive Doylestown and Mary Margaret Pahutski 282 Birch drive Levittown. Joseph Francis Ciochon 498 Plaza blvd., Morrisville and Ruthann Theresa Luce 632 new Buckley St., Bristol. Evard Demott 323 Center ave., Newtown and Anne t. Stevens 5 Heartwood Road Highland Park Levittown. Ralph l. Givens jr., Wrightstown and Ellen Doble Mcclos key re 2, Newtown. Raymond e. Liess 1905 Newport Road Cornwells Heights and Evelyn Oliva 3912 Palmetto St., Philadelphia. Joseph Stackhouse 5623 Beaver dam Road Bristol township and Edith Stover 647 Pond St., Tullytown. Robert l. Kirkham. 2 Dayton St., Trenton and Dolores e. Bahr 4459 Newportville Road Cornwells Heights. Robert Borden to n. Edgewater ave., Yardley and Sandra e. Settelen 118 s. Main St., Yardley. Thorwald e. Lewis jr., 162 Terrace Road twin Oaks Levittown and Loretta i. Zane re i Cogan station. Girard Lionel Belisle 349 Durham Road Langhorne and Catherine Elizabeth Dutcher 73 new school Lane. Levittown. Walter w. Marsteller jr., 30 Crystal place Cobalt Ridge Levittown and Dwane Davenport 57 Candle Road Cobalt Ridge Levittown. Joseph p. Walker 938 Winder drive Bristol township and Elizabeth a. Kistner 3223 Glen Rose ave., Bristol township. Robert Roach 1342 Dixon ave Croydon and Sharon Pike 4618 Newportville Road Newport Bible school will begin june 18 a around the world with Christ is the theme for the daily vacation Bible school of the first Baptist Church of Wycombe. The school will be in session june 18 through july i from 9 to 11 30 . The closing program will be held on wednesday july i at 7 30 . There has been a pre registration of 110 children and the staff has been preparing for several months in anticipation of a Large group of children. They will be teaching stories about Christ and his command to a go into All the world and preach they there will also be music Bible verses missionary stories handcraft and refreshments. Staff members Are pre school a mrs. Lewis Daniels miss Janice Simons teachers the misses Kathy Cramer Sharon Kraiss Ruth Samsel. Patty Hurst helpers. Primary mrs. Charles Hurst mrs. William Kennedy teachers mrs. Alan Rife mrs. Raymond Curran helpers. Junior girls a mrs. Guy Murdoch teacher Junior boys a mrs. Philip Stuhltrager teacher miss Beth Vasey Helper. Youth mrs. Peter p. Polloni teacher assisted by mrs. James Bonsall and mrs. Paul Kraiss. All children from three years of age to eighth graders Are eligible to attend. Further information May be obtained by calling mrs. Polloni 598-3320. Washington crossing state Park continues to attract school groups where the students learn history first hand. In the Washington crossing Section of the Park they View the famous painting a Washington crossing the Delaware on exhibit in the memorial building the David Library of the american revolution also in the memorial building and the Point of embarkation. In the Bowmans Hill Section of the Park they can climb the Tower walk through the wildflower preserve visit the Thompson Neely a House of decision a see the Graves of some of americans first unknown soldiers and attend a Bird banding program at the nature education Center. Among the schools represented from Pennsylvania recently were Shelmire school Southampton Longstreth school Warminster Simmons school Horsham Centennial elementary school Warminster Wrightstown elementary school Warren Snyder school Bristol and Clara Barton elementary school Levittown. Full size above ground swimming Pool Cay tape a no bulldozing required a steel braced Redwood construction a filter system included a built in benches 4 sides a non slip Redwood deck a self fenced lockable a choose from 7 models free big Pool kit Worth $69.50 it you order now even for later delivery. Long term Low monthly payments John Hawryluk representative so 7-4804 come see come save Pomeroy s Beauty Salon phone i 5-5000 Carriage club to see film the Bell Telephone co. Will present sides on the new York wolds fair at a meeting of the horseless Carriage club of Trenton on thursday at 8 . The meeting will be held at the Wiley Hughes auditorium on new York ave. At Spruce St. Persons interested in antique cars have been invited a spokesman said. Coif Beauty for summer a fringe of Bangs will give you the Chic look summer. Sides flip slightly and Lively. Save More on monday tuesday and wednesday Salon budget wave shampoo Cut and styling for 3.95 Noe Mau Haer ohly a use your charge account a no appointment necessary be pools is the East coast s pm my we a it tafts club project in to p. Selling these numbers perfectly Legal the children of the crafts club of the Bristol township Community Center Are Selling numbers. But it is perfectly Legal. You your Money and you get your numbers a to tack up Over your door. The youngsters Are making the numbers and Selling them to homeowners throughout the Levittown area. They la even make family names to hang on posts or to stake out on the Lawn. For activities object of the project is to obtain enough Money for the youngsters to continue their present Community activities and prepare for summer activities. Children taking part in the Community centers programs Range in age from 12 to 17. The Community Center is under the direction of Henry Ford Levittown. Seph Simkanich. 197 Willow Forriest t. Robinson 2523 e. In Lincoln Highway Langhorne and Alvah d. Russell 2523 e. Lincoln Highway Oxford Valley trailer Park Langhorne. Albert c. Larue 131 s. Bellevue ave., Langhorne and Joan a. Simon 122 Watson ave., Langhorne. John f. Clifford jr., 942 Linwood ave., Collingswood n.j., and Dorothy a. Dabrowski 501 Berwyn Road Morrisville. Ned Davis jr., 179 s. Canal i St., Yardley and Bobie j. Ghouls ton 64 Prospect St., Trenton. Wilson Robert Lorentz 35 Carpenter St., Glassboro and Susan Hamilton Johnston 1021 Buckingham Way Morrisville. Richard Allen keen 2032 Edgely ave., Levittown and Carol Nancy Munyon 174 6th St. Feasterville

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