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Connellsville Daily Courier Newspaper Archives May 20 1963, Page 4

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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Connellsville, PennsylvaniaPage four the daily courier Connersville. A. Monday May 20, 1963. Hospitalize Tarr youth hit by Auto add paving costs to proposed jail in Westmoreland i Westmoreland county commis j sinners have added the Cost lot Asphalt at the proposed mount pleasant a seven new county prison to general con rear old boy a admitted to struck Ion contracts reversing what Frick Community Hospital a Cost cutting Maneu night with injuries caused in mid april when the com he was struck by an missioners decided to have county Michael Murdock. 7. Son of to employees and equipment do the Murdock of Tarr. Suffered w0rk a Ess cos abrasions of the head. Face. Body arms and less. His condition described May As he was first taken to the hos Pital and treated at . Sunday after he was struck by a addition of the paving costs Wili increase the total Cost of the jail i to i in other business the sinners approved a j45.000 approx to the county s five Jion in car driven by mrs. Alice to for f i Tarr. He was Recasen. Taken Home Anil Thon her a Hague in nether lands. Then she will accompany her work Camp members on a three week Lour of France Germany and eng land. International voluntary serv ices is the american equivalent to service civil International a work Camp Organiza Tion serving Enesco the red Cross and african asian american and european coun tries. It was formed in 1920 As an aftermath of world War one in Hopes of achieving peace and Prosperity for the world through dedicated work rather than War. Ramsay seniors on River cruise for prom party mount pleasant a River boat cruise served As the Ramsay Hish school graduates Post prom party this year. I approximately w coupes re turned Home after 6 . Satur Day after the All night affair. Four chartered buses left the school of the prom Friday Jor pets Burgh and the Gateway Clipper i aboard which they remained until 5 . Saturday. A live Cornbo and Juke Box was played for dancing aboard the Clipper. Bitton Malek Post 3368, veterans of foreign wars la Dies auxiliary prepared and crr of Trio Fonh Nho arh the Shin. I chaperones for the occasion were members of the Post prom Comitia Vitee. Officers Are James a. Riposta president Chester e. Tep Iper Secretary Wilmer d. Stohl treasurer. Preceding the party was the an Nual prom in the school gym. Decorations this year carried out a Dixieland theme. An orches tra played for dancing from . Until leaving Lor the Post prom at Midnight. Other activities for the class of 1963 included the annual Junior senior banquet held wednesday in the school. Making up the total attendance of 270 were approximately 110 juniors 90 seniors plus faculty members administrators school Board directors and husbands or wives. Welcoming the group was Philip Martin Junior class president. Rainbow girls install officers in Scottdale High personal mention High school cafeteria Connellsville joint High school menu for the week of May 21-24 tuesday grilled hot dog French Fried onion rings Home baked Beans Bun v4 pint of milk peach and Pear cup. Wednesday grilled Center Cut pork chops potato Sticks French a Vlf Hans. Annop sane. Fresh baked bread and butter i pint of milk ice Cream cake Rolls. Thursday Virginia baked Ham candied Sweel potatoes buttered Corn and Limas pineapple sauce sliced Vienna bread and butter pint of milk Sheet cake. Friday toasted cheese Sand wich vegetable soup Cole Slaw sliced bread la pint of milk glazed baked Apple. Uniontown girl win scholarship miss Pamela Rae Wilson Daugh Ter of mrs. Dorothy Jean Wilson of Uniontown and the late Daniel Gilbert Wilson has been awarded a four year s2.000 conference Hon or scholarship by West Virginia Wesleyan College Buckhannon . A North Union High school senior she a on the scholarship on the basis of outstanding Scholas tic ability. Harry t. Matthews your clerk of courts pull lever d-14 Dent responded. Music was played by a student combo con sisting of John Bilik. Frank Nesla Panny , Robert Uhrin and William Klinchock. Fred r. Houseman of the faculty led in singing the Alma mater with Sandy Eckels providing accompaniment. Awards were Philip Martin to Patty Cronin and Kathy Kalp for their sales of Christmas Candy and to Gayle Kuhn and James Lyntz who sold the most class play tickets. Recognition was paid to Sam freed Junior class sponsor. Happy birthday was Sung in Honor of his birthday the follow ing Day and there was a special cake for the Observance. The class president also presented him with gifts on behalf of the juniors. Terence Cernuto was Toast Mas Ler for the dinner. The catered meal was served following invocation by Tepper school Princi pal. Afterwards the group adjourned from the gymnasium into the auditorium. A two hour show was presented by n. K. Ernst Hermn list. Officers of the two classes Are seniors David Uhrin presi Dent Toni Macaluso vice presi Dent Cheryl Testa Secretary Elizabeth Rega. Treasurer Den Nis Harkcom social chairman. Juniors Philip Martin presi Dent John Shernock vice presi Dent Marlene Kluska. Secretary Jacqueline Eicher treasurer Ter ence Cernuto and Thomas Tepper social co chairmen. Faculty advisors assisting with graduation activities consist of freed plus miss Ann Ditullio Joseph Majoy James Mckenna and Robert w. Myers. Pastor to speak for family night mount pleasant a fam ily night will be held tuesday in Church of the Brethren washing ton and Shupe sts., sponsored by the lies and women s fellow ships. It will Start at . With a covered dish meal. The program will include a talk by the Rev. Guy f. Ludwig pastor on family life in the atomic presiding will be mrs. A. S. Mcgiffin. Women s Fellowship president. Society to meet. Scottdale St. Vincent de Paul society will meet in St. John the Baptist parochial school at . Wednesday. Evangelist the Rev. William e. Pan null evangelist irom Detroit mich., a member of the crusade staff of youth for Christ International will speak at . Daily May 22-26 at the mennonite Church Grove and Market sts., Scott Dale. A native of Sturgis mich., he was graduated from the fort Wayne. Ind. Bible College in 3951 with the degree of Bach Elor of arts in Bible. Since he has been a full time worker in evangelistic ministry in Cru Sades Camps conferences and radio programs. He has written for such publications at the United Breth the gospel her Ald and youth Christian on radio he Sang and announced for the negro pastor 15. M. Nottage of de troit. His preaching ministry has been among both White and negro groups. Six women honoured at Mother daughter banquet in Borough i Scottdale recognition was Raven six mothers at the annual Mother daughter banquet sponsored by the women s Guild thursday in United Church of Christ social room. Each was presented with red roses by mrs. Elmer Mccracken. Guild president and mrs. Daniel .1. Yolton. Recipients were mrs. Elizabeth Pirlott oldest Mother mrs. George e. Hough youngest mrs. George s. Hough one with the largest family mrs. Edwin Kaper Mother of youngest child mrs. Mary Keim oldest woman not wearing glasses mrs. Cecil Loucks whose Golden anniversary will be in june one married Long est with husband still living. Potted Ivy at each place served As table favors. Later the tall o conclude the devotional period conducted by mrs. Yolton on the heme Mother she also had invocation for the covered dish meal. Games were conducted by mrs. Yolton. Prize winners were miss Pauline Loucks miss Alice Ann Morgan mrs. Elizabeth Pimlott mrs. Richard Rossey miss Shir Ley Keim miss Josephine Steele and mrs. Merritt Kelly. Mount pleasant or. And Spero Samer of fi3.7 main St., Are Home after a three week i vacation in Bermuda and new York City. Scottdale Susan Thomas j s. Leo Shumaker of fort Worth i daughter of or. And mrs. Horace j Texas is visiting or. And mrs. J s. Thomas. 3009 Arthur ave., was i Joseph e. Silvis of 13 Frick installed worthy advisor of Scott i or. And mrs. Jack Williams 201 i Dale Assembly no. 13, order of i North Church St. Or. And mrs. for girls in Scottdale i Emerson Slonecker of Bridgeport joint High school cafeteria. Jund mrs. Clara Weinman of miss Thomas will head the he is a brother organization for the term extending area women. Through sept. 18. The theme adopt j de is she that is greatest among you shall be your other officers installed Are advisor Audrey Bales. Charity Judy Mccracken Hope Carole Fletcher Faith Marty Thoburn. Recorder Carold Banks treasurer. Council hears objections read to zoning Laws appointive officers installed Are Jerrilyn Miller chaplain Susan Thornblade Drill Leader Linda Laughrey love Sandy Pritts medical auxiliary installs officers in Westmoreland society auxiliary installed new officers at its meeting held in the Home of mrs. Donald mount pleasant Road. J the slate included mrs. Johni Region Connie Jones nature Hamill of Latrobe president mrs. Kuty c off Man Immor Liska of greens l Susan Shepley. Fidelity mrs. Blatchley. First Crowell patriotism Linda president mrs. Alan Shriver service Barbara Willard conf iof Greensburg. Second vice presidential observer Joann mrs Andrew Cerne of her. Outer observer Phyllis recording Secretary mrs. Musician Linda Ruth assistant musician Susan Ansell choir director Karen Layman soloist John Parker of Latrobe corresponding Secretary mrs. Jerome Curtin of Greensburg Treasur a petition signed by 1.333 persons objecting to the proposed shopping mall and re Vised zoning ordinance was read to Borough Council by Jack sine Borough manager accompanied by a letter from Roy Uptegraff or. Present at a meeting in the Borough building. Ted Protheroe Council presi Dent named a committee to study the p e i i t i o n. Including Harvey Shepley. Charles w. Woods Earl Christner. And Robert a. Ruth and Patrick costello Borough so locator. Costello said he was mystified by the fact the people Are relating zoning with Urban renewal. Uptegraff indicated there was no general objection to the new Zon ing ordinance Only to the zoning change that would expand the business District. We i i i i i Taou Christine Bambridge. Mrs Albert Jablonsky of Flao Fth Prvul amp i i i Flag bearer Cheryl Davis Ameri can Flag bearer. Greensburg assistant treasurer. Directors for two year terms Are j assisting these officers during Artnur Cannon and mrs. Their term will be Susan Neili Wiliiam Sipe of Greensburg for Patricia Rossey Gayle Hunter j those elected to terms in unto town Hospital. Admitted to Hospital were Margaret l. Dillow of me Cleiland town Joanne Clark of Hopwood Grace Watson of new Salem Joan Yarish of Carmichaels Marlene Yanak of Mason town and Rose m. Burns of new Salem. And Susan Buttermore pages and Diane Rosen. Debbie Harris Linda Kuhns kit Melegari eve eve William Shimps. Geosue Weaver and Becky Wagner substitutes. Mother advisor is mrs. Albert w. Shirer or. Of 808 Loucks ave. Installing officers were Patricia Rush for the worthy advisor Sharon Maust. Installing officer Andrea Meakin marshal Jane Kreinbrook chaplain Peggy Werkman recorder Ruthanne d. Harrer. Treasure Lydia Banks musician Marilyn Shallenberge were mrs. Shriver mrs. William Keck of Greensburg and mrs. Wanted partners for Progress soloist. Benediction was pronounced by the Rev. Or. Clair r. Wick pastor of the first methodist Church. Elect officers wednesday night mount pleasant annual banquet will be held by the past Noble grands of Julia Rebekah Lodge at 6 . Wednesday in Valley inn Melcroft. A business period will be con ducted by mrs. Carl Kemmel president. Officers will be nomination and elected. Aro to he made with mrs. Kimmel or mrs. Robert h. Sheaffer. Secretary. Mother daughter planned tuesday in Paradise eur mount Plasan t women s society of world service will hold its annual Mother daughter banquet at . Tuesday in the Annex of the Paradise evangelical United Brethren Church. This is the annual covered dish meal during which Honor will be paid to the mothers. There will be a program conducted under direction of mrs. George Hersh Berger Leader. Concluding the evening will be the May meeting of the wows Over which mrs. Orton Hepler president will preside. Set Fellowship meeting tonight mount pleasant Church Man s Fellowship will meet at . Today in first United Church of Christ. Than missiles will democratic mima3y Chi for Blasiole treasurer Richards recorder we 21 be the program theme arranged by William e. Pritts. I c l. Schmitt endorsed by sen Joe Clark for Good government in Westmoreland w if rotary will hear Gallagher speak on boy scouting mount pleasant Rotari ans will meet at Valley inn at . Tuesday. Or. A. H. Sternberg president will have charge of the business period. Tie Outing was arranged by Donald Johnson acting pro Gram chairman. Next tuesday the club will hear a program on boy scouting by Joseph d. Gallagher scout executive for Braddock Trail District. Taken to Hospital. Joseph Yancoskie and mrs. George Moody of Fayette City and Bernard Zepara of Webster have been admitted to Charleroi Mon Essen Hospital for treatment.1 those discharged included mrs. Donald e. Peters of Newell and Robert d. Kruter and Harry w. Beamer of Smithton. E serving All of Means Munk s funeral Home is dedicated to serving everyone in our Community when the need occurs. No matter what a family s Means they Are never denied a Munk service. And no matter what the Cost of the funeral selected every Munk funeral is Given the same careful attention the same quiet Beauty and dignity. For As we say and do dedicated to serve regardless of Means. Milton v. Munk funeral Home 127 e. Piir View at. A s7250 Darlton Langley county commissioner lever b-7 successful Farmer and business Man. Active in All Fayette county civic problems. Republican primary tuesday May 21, 1963. Pol. Adv. Elect Joseph e. Kovach District attorney an experienced and capable trial lawyer. Believes in a fair and just administration of the Law to protect the rights of Oil citizens establish a program to curb juvenile delinquency. Has Thedorf Irude and courage to effectively admin ister the duties of the office to serve the people and will conduct an economical office to save the tax payer s Money. In favor of ail Laws protecting the rights of Veteran pull lever c-3 former state commander of the veterans of foreign wars of Pennsylvania

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