Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - February 21, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania
PAGE FOURTEEN THE PROGRESS, Clearfield, CurwensvilTe, Philipsburg, Moshannon Volley, Pa., Mondoy, February 21, 1966 Shaw Library Lists New Memorial Books The following list of memorial books was recently purchased for the Shaw Public Library at Clearfield. Mra, Anna Barger: presented by Miss Mary Brown, "The Woman's Day Book of House Plants" by Jean Hersey; pre sented by Mrs. Thelma Her rington, 'The Complete Book of Gardening Under Lights" by Elvin McDonald. Mra. James Barton: present ed by Miss Alice Hughes and pupils, Third Ward School "McElligot's Pool" by Dr. Seuss and "Thidwick, The Big-Heart ed Moose" by Dr. Seuss; pre sented by Mrs. Charlotte Kanour and pupils, Third Ward, Grade 2, "The Tomten and the Fox by Astrid Lindgren; presented by Miss Margaret Peacock and pupils, Third Ward School, "Nic of the Woods" by Lynd Ward Antonio "Tony" Biviano: pre sented by the Pat Ortasic Fam ily, "Let the Hurricane Roar' by Rose Wilder Lane. Cecil Bloom: presented by Mr, and Mrs, William J. Schneck, "Twenty: Days" by Dorothy Meserve Kunhardt. Leroy Boyce: presented by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davidson, "An American Notebook" by Philip Hamburger. Mra. Nancy Tate Bryan: presented by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H. Riihel,' Charlotte and Mildred Wilson, Mrs. Alton Wilson, "The Collect'd Writings of St. Hereti cus" by Robert McAfee Brown. Mrs. Kathryn Cowder: pre- Your Savings Are Insured Up to $10,000 Philipsburg Office STATE COLLEGE FEDERAL SAVINGS ft LOAN ASSN. Corner Front and Pint Streets sented by neighbors in High view Village, "The Power of Perception: What do you see when you look at a rose?" by Marcus Bach. Robert Davis; presented by his1 nieces and nephews, "Grand Prix at the Glen" by Robert B, Jackson, and "Road Race Around The World" by Robert B. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garber: presented by Mr. and Mrs. Ward Spence, "The First World War" by Life. Mrs. Harry Gates: presented by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davidson, "Sense and Sensibility" by Jane Austen. Miss Betty Harvey: presented by Mr. and Mrs. John Mendolia, Your Child and School" by Benjamin Fine. Robert Henry: presented by Lewis Marrara, "Better Football for Boys" by David C. Cooke. Mrs. Enna Hile: presented by Rose Winkler, Rebecca Smith, Charlotte Kanour, Jeanne Mann, Florence Irwin, Mildred Saunders, -Betty Brown, Louise Heydt, and Irene Fulton, "The Elements Rage" by Frank Walter Lane. Mrs. Roger L. Hughes: presented by Lingle Coal Company, "Song and Garden Birds" by Alexander Wetmore. Ralph John Palmer: presented by the Palmer Family, "Kings of-the Diamond" by Lee Allen and Tom Meany. Miss Patricia Marie Patrick: presented by Elizabeth Kashella, "Heidi" by Johanna Spyri. Miss Amy Reno: presented by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Shuck, 'To Start You Painting" by F "V Johnston. Dan Robinson: presented, by Section 7B, Junior High School, "Sphereland" by Dionys Burger. . . . Russell. E. Shaw:- presented by his sons and daughters, 'Two-way Mobile, Radio. Hand book" by Howard W. Sams and Company. P. D. Smith: presented by the Clearfield County Teen-Age Re publicans, "Waging Peace" by Dwight David Eisenhower. Jefferson Thomas: presented by W. T. Tredennick, "The Deer of North America" by Walter Penn Taylor. 237 PAIRS > Womtn's - Children's - Boys' SHOES VALUES a ^ ^ _ SLIPPERS T $1 00 RUBBERS 899 | Women's Mich Fashion THE SHOE WITH THE MMWWJUS-FIT Values to $9,99 $�22 Winter-Into-Spring Styles Womtn's Waterproof BOOTS Calf-high. Wear Without Shoes. $E22 $9.00 Values Men's Glove Leather WORK SHOES Goodyear Welt Construction Women's DRESS FLATS And SPORTS High fashion on little heels. Many styles. Val. to $4.99. $222 Seamless Mesh NYLON HOSE 235 E. MARKET ST. $f mm CLEARFIELD Mm. Rath Triponey: present* ed by Faculty of Clearfield Area Senior High School," John F. Kennedy and the Young People of America" by Bill Adler. Mn. Isabelle J. Van Valzah: presented by Mr. and Mrs. As bury W. Lee III, "The Edward-ians" by Sir Charles Petrie. Thomas Murray Chase: "Alberto Giacometti" by New York Museum of Modern Art and "Medieval Architecture" by Howard Saalman. Penn Stale Announces April Date for Annuo! Home fc Weekend UNIVERSITY PARK -"Family Resources: Change and Challenge" will be the theme for the 17th annual Home Economics Spring Weekend to be held at The Pennsylvania State University Friday, April. 22, and Saturday morning, April 23. The program annually brings to the University thousands of visitors from home economics and other professions, including Penn State graduates, Pennsylvania high school students and homcmakers. As in former years, two programs will be conducted - one for adults with Marjorie Knoll, head of the department of family economics and home management, as chairman, and the other for high school students, with Mrs. Evelyn SaubeU as sistant professor of general family st es, in charge. Both programs will explore the theme through lectures, panel discussions, exhibits and demonstrations. At a Manhattan cocktail party there are always more guests who can explain our foreign policy than can tell exactly how many faucets there are on an ordinary milk cow. , Stowaway Completes Cross-Country Trip LOS ANGELES (AP) - Norman Corona, 14, an alleged air line stowaway who was sent home to New York Tuesday was back here again today. Again, said sheriff's deputies, he was a stowaway. Officers said that when he got off a TWA flight in New York Tuesday he apparently eluded his welcoming party and board- ed another plane back to Los Ah* geles, arriving there again Tuesday afternoon. He called his aunt, Mrs. Lillian Bono, who took him to her home in suburban La Puente, Norman first arrived in Log Angeles last Saturday, aboard, a TWA jet. Read the Classified Ads Daily. Classified Ada brings results, 111 Why dry with your boots on? Wouldn't you rather live in an ail-electric home-warmed evenly and gently by controlled electric heat-with floors so cozy you can hop right out of boots and into barefoot comfort? Electric heat will make short work of icy drafts. Of soot and grime and dirt that come from open flame. Of uncertain temperatures (and temper tantrums, too)! You'll also see an end to draft-caused sniffles, burning eyes, dry throat, sneezing-and those noisy bumps and grinds that emanate around the clock from On-Off flame-type furnaces. That's quite a lot of happy endings, and that's not all. Total electric living costs only A DOLLAR A DAY* Including heat, light and operation of all appliances.* 'Based on the average operating cost of all total electric homes on Penelec lines. Generous trade-in, too! Your present heating equipment is worth good money-up to $350, depending on the area,to be heated electrically-if you act quickly. Deluxe Honeywell Desk Thermometer if you have our representative make a heating survey of your home-at your convenience. No obligation. But fill in this coupon and mail it now. Offer expires June 15th, 1966. PENNSYLVANIA ELECTRIC CO., 1001 Broad St., Johnstown, Pa. I'd like full details on electric heating. (Check your preference) ? Have a representative call. Q Send complete literature* Name , , ,....... Address. City- hone. States. Type of heating I now have.