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Progress, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Clearfield, PennsylvaniaPage two the Progress Clearfield Curwensville Philipsburg Moshannon Valley pa., monday november 20, 1967 dairymen to discuss simulated milk in a. Haur1sbukg a Dairy Industry representative will meet Here nov 3 with agriculture Secretary Leland 11. Bull to Mimi died milk. The meeting is being held to Rule and regulations on the Labelling and Sale of he product also known As artificial milk. Several weeks ago. Bull or dered state food a Puc tors he on the Alert for Fale. Decca or misleading Labelling of simulated milk products we Are requiring that the simulated milk products be la bleed thai they can be tins Imick from Dairy products and o that the Content Are clearly indicated on the con tainer1 Bull now thru thurs. Feat Tomte and tuesday one show p. M. Evangelist from Ohio to conduct services at Mineral Springs mine Hal Springs a series of Anu Elmic meetings will begin tomorrow in t h e Mineral Springs Bible Church under the leadership of the Rev. And e. C Gray of Den Nison. Ohio. The Grays graduates of Moody Bible Institute. Been Makins personal appear ances in Churche. Throughout the countr. For approx match 20 the Rev. Or. Gray conducts the services leads the singing and ers the Sermon. Mrs Gray presents special music on the and musical Bells and is a vocal soloist service1 be held nightly concluding sunday. Nov. 26. The Kenneth pry. Pas Tor. Ites the Public to at tend. Deaths of the area starts wednesday for the first time at popular prices Cla Henci l. Quick Wjk. Phipps Uuk _ graveside services were held yesterday afternoon at the immaculate Conception roman Catholic cemetery. Osceola Mills for Clarence Lee Quick or 4-Clay old son of Clarence Lee and amies m Blasko Quick of Philipsburg r. D. The infant was born in the Philipsburg state general Pital on nov. 14 and died there saturday. Nov. Is. At 4 p. M. In addition to his parents the infant is survived by three Sis ters Tina Lea and Beth All at Home and these grandparents or. And mrs. Steve Blasko of Gea Hartville and mrs. Ben Jamin Quick of Philipsburg the Kev. R. T. Dempsey officiated at the services. Mks. Petek staff Homek City mrs Mary Ann staff. 67. A wife of Peter s Aff of Homer died Fri Day nov. J.7. In the Indiana Hospital. Her children include a Daugh Ter. Mrs. Alma uncles of Clearfield seven other Chil Dren also survive. Among her surviving Broth ers and Sisters Are mrs. Pearl Mullen. Clearfield Owen Black. Elmton William Black. Fallen Timber and Clair Black Coal port. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. M. Tomorrow in the Church of the Nazarene at Homer City. The Rev. R. R. Merriman will officiate and interment will be in the Oakland cemetery at Indiana. Friends arc now being received in the Bell funeral Home at Indiana. Andrews Plummer Cha r d h vids Eleanor Robert use i Biourd Rodgers 050r hammers is ii Ersest Levus treason of Philipsburg thanksgiving Day dance thursday nov. 23, til the second half mks. Sam lash curwensv1lle mrs. Catherine 84. Wife of Sam lash of 4u.t Anderson St. Cur died saturday nov. Is. At p. M. In the Clear Field Hospital. Born in Czechoslovakia nov. Isso. She was a daughter of Stephen and Mary Kriick Sedmak. She was a member of St. Timothy s Catholic Church. Curwensville. The Pennsylvania slovak roman and greek Cath Olic Union and the Narodny slovak Union. She was married at Rossiter nov. 18, 1907, to Sam lash who survives along with the follow ing children mrs. Walter Helen Olosky and mrs. Tucci Joanna Carlo. C mrs. Sheldon Mary Bauman. Ambridge and John and Sam or. Cleveland. Ohio. Eleven grandchildren and two great grandchildren survive As does a sister. Mrs. Anna sane Trik of Czechoslovakia. In addition to her she was preceded in death by an infant daughter one son and one grandchild. Requiem High will be Sung at 10 a. M. Tomorrow in St. Timothy s Church with the Rev. Francis Gabbamonte aside celebrant. Interment will be in St. Timothy s plot at Crown Crest memorial Park. Friends arc now being received in the Chidboy funeral Home Here where the Rosary will be recited at 7 p. M. Today. Miss Sarah l. Garretson Sarah l. Garretson. Who formerly re. Sided at 203 e. Long ave., Dubois. Died saturday. Nov. 18, in the rest Haven convalescent Home at Curwensville. She had been a guest there for several years. Born at new Washington Clearfield county a daughter of the late Theodore j. And Mary a. Mcmurray Garret son she is survived by one Sis Ter. Miss Melle e. Garretson of Dubois. Funeral services will be held at 1 p. M. Tomorrow in the Paul j. Short funeral Home Dubois. The Rev. Fred Morris will officiate and interment will be in the new Washington cemetery. Friends May Call in the Funer Al Home until the hour of serv ices. Mrs. William i Litton Grassflat mrs Sarah c. Whitton 61. Of Clearfield died Early today. Nov. 20, in the Philipsburg state general Hospital following a Short ill Ness. Born at Munson Jan. 7, 1906. She was a daughter of Adam and Hannah Bruce Simcox. She had been a resident of the Kylertown area since her marriage to William Whitton. In addition to her husband. Mrs. Whitton is survived by three children. Thomas and mrs. Betty Krollman of mor Risdall r. D. And mrs. Avynell Smith of new Kensington 10 grandchildren one sister and one brother mrs. Frances Rode and Richard Simcox both of Dearborne. Mich. She was preceded in death by her parents five Brothers and three Sisters. Friends May Call in the John son funeral Home. After 7 p. M. Tomorrow. Funer Al services will be announced tomorrow. Medicare benefits now available for your care at a new concept in patient care Central a s newest facility Parkes Luis my norne it for convalescent. Aged invalids. Post operatives if nominal daily weekly or monthly rates private or Semi private if Quality nursing care if gracious personalized care in individual diets if Superior registered nursing care 24-hours a Day i companionship and planned activities if to and recreation Arcase Park West Manor nursing Home Call 238-5065 for inquiries visitors Welcome coming an addition to Park West Manor to meet growing needs 450 Wau Pellani drive state College r. Fetzer admin. Delbert l. Confer Bellefonte Dolhert Lee Confer 89, of Bellefonte r. D. 2. Died in his Home saturday nov. Is at a. M. He was the father of mrs. Martha n7. Nearhood of Pine Glen. Seven Oiler children also survive As do five Brothers and Sisters. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. M. Tomorrow in the Neff funeral Home at Howard with interment in Schunck s Ceme Tery Howard township. I friends will be received in i his late Home tonight and in the funeral Home from noon to Morrow until the hour of serv ices. In lieu of Flowers the family requests that donations May be made to the retarded Chil Drin s fund. Thomas b. Barr or. Thomas b. Barr or. 81. Owner and operator of the Barr truck farm at Clearfield r. D. 3 since 1927. Died yesterday nov. 19, at 7 . At Warren. Born at Snow shoe sent 28. 1880. A son of the late Adam and Hannah Faulkner Barr. He is survived by his wife. Cora Kohl Barr. And the following children mrs. Arnold Gwendolyn Swales Clearfield mrs. Gladys Lynch. Homer City mrs. Rob Ert Viola Engle Niagara Falls. N. A mrs. Sara Berthot and mrs. Ralph Margaret John son. Winter Haven. Fla Charles. Chester. A Thomas or Duncannon Robert sr., Clearfield George. Dover. Del Alexander. Camp Hill and Homer. Amherst. Mass. A bother. William Barr of Reading also survives along with 3g grandchildren and 31 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 d. M. Wednesday in the Bennett funeral Home the Rev Oliver h. R. Krapf will officiate and interment will be in Crown Crest memorial Park. Friends May Call in the funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. M. Tomorrow and until the hour of services wednesday. Mrs. Agnes Boulton Houtzdale mrs. Ancs Carrie Boulton. 90. Of Dale. Died at o clock last evening. Nov. 19, in her Home Here. She had been in ill health for some time. She was a member of the Houtzdale fire company auxiliary Helen Rebekah Lodge no. 139. And the Noble grand association of Clearfield county. A daughter of or. And mrs. George Campbell she was born at Dunfermline. Scotland nov. 7, 1877. She came to this coun try with her parents when she was three years old. Two sons survive George Monesson and James Houtz Dale. Eight grandchildren nine great grandchildren and a num Ber of nephews and nieces also survive. She was the last surviving member of a family of 15. Friends will be received in the Raymond m. Hayes funeral Home from 7 o clock this eve Ning until 2 p. M. Wednesday when services will be conducted by the Rev. Merrill e. Barter. Interment will be in the 1oof cemetery at Brisbin. Rebekah memorial services will be con ducted this evening at o clock. Lee f. Shade Lee Francis Shade. 67, of 515 e. Fifth St., Clearfield. Died in the Clearfield Hospital at p. M. Yesterday nov. 19. He was employed As a sales Man for the key drug co. At Rochester. N.y., from 1950 until his retirement in 1966. He had lived at Clearfield since May of this year. Born at Clearfield Jan. 21. 1900. A son of the late James f. And Jane Kelly Shade he survived by two Sist cars. Mrs. Nora Kernan and mrs. Ethel Cardon. Both of Clearfield and two Brothers. Clarence. Chester pa., and Charles Pittsburgh. There Are a number of nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a Sis Ter Madeline and a brother John Louis Shade. Funeral services will be held in St. Francis Catholic Church of which he was a member at 9 a. M. Wednesday. Interment will be in Calvary cemetery. Friends May Call in the Fred b. Leavy funeral Home Tomor Row afternoon and evening and until the services wednesday. The Rosary will be recited in the funeral Home tomorrow eve nine. West Branch band boosters to meet Kylertown the West Branch band Booster club will hold a regular meeting wednesday at s p. M. In the music room of the senior High school. Plans for the Sale of Christ Mas Candy were made at the club s last meeting with mrs. Sam Pearce of Kylertown appointed chairman of the project. A representative of each Community in the West Branch District is assisting her. Com Mittee members and others Are reminded that Candy orders should be in by wednesday nov. 29. Mrs. James Hoffman in announcing this wednesday s meeting added that band members have worn jackets purchased for them by t h e boosters club on their past two appearances. Funds from Hoa in sales and other club projects financed the Purchase of the jackets scout finds purse Lake Wood Calif. A Twenty minutes after Barbara Mcdonald reported her purse with s4.225 in Cash missing Fri Day an 11-year-old girl scout was delivering it to sheriff s officers. Marlin a Roisin spotted the purse Between stops in her door to door Calendar sales Campaign. She was Given a s20 Reward. Stops tormenting rectal itch exclusive formula promptly stops itching burning and relieves pain of piles in most cases new York . The embarrassing itch caused by Cmor Rhouds is most torturous. But science has found a special comics or stinging astringents of any kind. The secret is preparation he. There is no other Hemore void but science has found a special there is no owner Formus with the ability in most Caes to promptly Stop Iii it pins prevent Lur ointment or Ana actually in rms. Rho ids. And All without Nar suppository form. Canape tray flit Clarf Lulb Trust the Clearfield Trust co. Two full service Banks main Bank eleven North second Street Bridge Street office second and Bridge streets member Federal Deposit insurance corp. Member Federal Reserve system maximum insurance for each depositor can d i is n these Arp the finest freshest of creams fruits nuts chewy Rich dark chocolate and smooth milk chocolate. A Supply of fresh candies arrives weekly. Yours exclusively from Oran s pharmacy phone 378-8322 Houtzdale Imit Dodge fever believer if you believe there ought to be a Maneu Merable compact Van that s big and Strong enough for 10-foot-Long loads that weigh up to a ton the Good Guys to the Rescue. Their Dodge a108 King sized compact gives you a lot of cargo space on a lot of truck with heavy duty rear Axle big brakes slant six or big y8 Power and lots More. So for More truck per Buck see the Dodge boys. They la make a Dodge fever believer out of you. Chrysler motors corporation boys 68 Dodge aj08 King size Van City Auto sales inc. Clearfield phone 7636571 South Side garage Curwensville phonic in Paperi

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