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Connellsville Daily Courier Newspaper Archives May 20 1963, Page 5

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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Connellsville, PennsylvaniaMonday May 20, 1963. Memorial service is held pm hip Freeman chapter. Daugh ters of the american revolution paid tribute to two deceased Mem bars mrs. Ruth Hue skin and mrs. Mary Macdonald at a memorial j sen ice wednesday afternoon. The candlelight service was held in conjunction with the May meeting at the Carnegie free Library with mrs. Thomas g. Mclellan acting Regent presiding. The meeting was opened with a ritual by the chaplain and Flag led by or. Mrs. Edward Clarke discussed National defense news featuring Russia s a Chiron bomb and its effect on the United states. An invitation was received to a luncheon meeting of fort hand chapter on june 15. Plans were discussed for the chapter s Flag Day luncheon to he held june 8 at the pleasant Valley country club. The daily courier. Conneusv1ue, a. Page five seven years old new Salem girl wed in riles at army base Jane Foltz today a the seventh birth Day of Jane Ann Foltz Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. David Foltz of Riverside Calif. Joining m the Celebration is her sister Joyce Ann who will be six years old on August 3. The girls Are granddaughters of or. And mrs Joseph blend of 131 North eighth St. And or. And mrs David Foltz of Riverside. Calif. They great grandmothers mrs. Mary Secosky of 134 North eighth St and mrs. Cecil Smith of Dunbar. The Mother of the girls is the Mother baby i meeting held at Mill run the annual Mother baby ins of the Mill run woman s Chris ban Union was held wednesday afternoon in the Mill run . Church. The leaders. Mrs. Nelle Krepps j and mrs. Wilmer Burkholder. Used the program theme opening ceremonies included Call to worship. I would be read Respo shely Reading of John by mrs. Clyde Shipley silent prayer followed by prayer by mrs. Orville Firestone meditation on the topic by mrs. Krepps and Reading. Will it by mrs. Grace Herrick. I Weir this i Dren at the altar As the pianist played walking with the mrs. Firestone read Mark 21.36-37 and proverbs ribbons were tied on Allen Mil Ler son of or. And mrs. Donald Miller Tina Marie Hiltabidel daughter of or. And mrs. Vernon he Abidel Brian Keith Miller son of or. And mrs. Miller or. Gerald Miller son of or. And mrs. Frank Miller Maureen Rae Mil Ler daughter of or. And mrs. Wil Liam Miller James or and Rowan son of or. And mrs. James Rowan and Daniel Todd Blank son of the Rev. And mrs. Robert Blank. Queen candidate miss Darlene Bonick. Daughter of or and mrs. John Bonick of j former Mary Jane blend. New Salem became the Bride of i a Hove. Son of or. And mrs. A. B. Hoyne of Albert Lea minn., at a ceremony saturday afternoon May 11, in the fort myer Chapel Arlington a. The chaplain major Earl c. Kettler officiated. The Bride was in marriage by her father. District members of the wed Ding party were Bonnie Lee Bon ick sister of the Bride As maid of Honor Joyce Ann Bonick also a sister and Paige Frank of Ligo Nier. Bridesmaids and Richard holler of Latrobe one of the ush ers. After a wedding trip to Rich mond a. The newly weds Are re siding at Arlington. The Bride was graduated from Uniontown joint High school with the class of 1958 and Maryland medical Secretary school Hagers town my. She is employed by or. Arthur b. Weir of Washington d.c., an orthopaedic surgeon. Or. Hoyne was graduated from Albert Lea High school with the class of 1956. He is stationed at fort myer with the United states army. By Harry s. Davidson the merry month of May slipped in so fast we find ourselves slap dab in the Nuddle of the third week be fore we realized what happening. There Are All sorts of things going on this May. School is winding up there Are picnics fetes final exams me Morial Day and so Many Tigs to keep students and i ends in a continual dither. Just in Case you Are in the mood for celebrating and can t think of anything else we have National Raisin Cotton and Hospital weeks to celebrate in this month. One thin for sure. May is the month you very definitely put away the Winter clothes and out the cot tons. It is a funny thing but when you get out last year s dresses that so carefully stored they have a fated look they Are too ions or too Short a mtg Best to for ii washing the car at least we Hope you take this perspective because we at Davidson s have exciting new things to show you. Dresses for town for travel for or casual Wear. Sun backs slim sheaths full skirts All so very flattering you la want to buy several of these individual fashions. The Price too is a matter of Choice you can pay As Little As you like from to your wardrobe for an enjoyable summer shop today at Davidson a open every Friday and 109. Cupid s Corner or. And mrs. Mike Myers or. Of Mcclellandtown announced the engagement of their daughter Dolores Ann to Walter j. Fran Czyk or. Son of or and mrs. Walter Franczyk of new Salem. The Bride elect was graduated from German township High school with the class of 1961 and from the Maison Frederic system school of Beauty culture. Or. Franczyk was graduated from the same High school with the class of 1961. He is employed by Curtiss Wright corporation at Caldwell n. J. Mrs. Evelyn Abbey of Markleysburg has announced the engage ment and coming marriage of her daughter Helen to Robert g. Lan Caster son of or. And mrs. Robert Lancaster of Addison. Miss Abbey is a graduate of South Union township High school of and Robert Morris Jur College Pittsburgh. She is employed by Uniontown newspapers inc., in the administrative department. Or. Lancaster a graduate of Turkeyfoot Valley area High school and technician training school Uniontown is employed by the Lancaster service station Addison. Plans Are being made for a june 15 wedding. Judy sri Earlh miss Judy Shearer Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Ernest Shearer of Cherry Lane is competing today at the Penn Sheraton hotel. Pittsburgh for the title of Dairy Princess of Western a senior at Dunbar township High school she is being sponsored in the contest by the High school chapter of the future banners of America. The Winner will to the contest to select the state Prin Cess. Gifts were presented to mrs Westmoreland county 3133 10-20 Mother mrs. Firestone president con ducted the business meeting. The program was attended by the Loyal Temperance legion. Nine White ribbon recruits and two visitors. Refreshments were Send. Banquet ends league year for bowlers the Rainbow Bowling league held a banquet wednesday even ing at twin coaches with Twenty six persons present. Awards were Given the first half winning to i the team comprised c mrs. Harold Echard miss Dawna Felgar mrs. Russell s. Bitner jr., mrs Francis Mon Gell and mrs. Richard g. Albrecht and the second half inner the purple team mrs. Paul Demiere. Mrs. Arthur Andyjohn mrs Carl j. Dillinger and mrs. Anthony r. Rulli. Recognition was Given to mrs. Guv coi Darf Hish Sara be Bitner High single game and mrs. James amen so High triple game. The purple team had the High team single and the High series. Perfect attendance awards went to mrs. Samuel Caliguire mrs. Mongell miss Camille George mrs. Wilbur Jacobs mrs. Alberta Hilton mrs. William Tharp mrs. Ohn Soliday and mrs. Echard miss Carol Felgar won the Centrepiece a milk Glass con Tainer holding greenery. New officers for 1983-64 Are mrs Mongell manager mrs. Soliday assistant manager mrs. Cali Guire. Treasurer and mrs. Al Brecht. Secretary mrs. Theresa Russo a social member also was present. There is certainly something special about this slender Sheath with the soft crossed Over Shoul Der straps. Very easy to Cut. No. 3133 comes in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 14 takes Only 3-a Yards of 39-Toch fabric. Send 35c in coins for this pal Tern to Iris Lane the daily Courtr Box Hoo York 1, n. Y. Add so third class w 15c for first class mail. Order now memorial Day i wife preservers to it on buttons begin with but in the right Side of the garment and my a ditches Buffert attaching Button. Then will be hidden under ten yet will not left 1o catch things in wrong Side. Lutherans hold dinner at Scot Clale i employed women and the Church was the discussion topic a meeting last week of lutheran Church women of St Pauls Luth eran Church of Scottdale. Held in i the sunday school mom. A covered dish dinner preceding the business meeting Vas attended by Twenty eight members and visitor. The committee in charge included mrs Clayton Hormell. Mrs. Richard Garner. J. B. Ellis and mrs Wilbert Wilson. Mrs. Arthur Weisel and mrs Verda Myers were program Lead ers. Group singing of a hymn. "0 master. Let me walk with a parting of galatian5 3 ?s-28 and prayer preceded the discussion the program was closed with group singing of a hymn. Jesus Calls and the Benediction. Mrs Weisel conducted the Busi Ness meeting it was announced that on june 13 the class will visit the old people s Home at pc Lien Ople. Travelling by bus. J the class authorized the Kitchen committee to buy silverware and paint for the Church Kitchen. The group will serve a Contrera i tonal dinner Friday. June 7, in Thoj Church social room. The meeting was closed with the lord s prayer the next meeting will be held june 11. Little Honey class welcomes methodist circles marriage License applications have been filed in the Westmore land county courthouse at greens Burg by the following Louis t. Rose of Tarr and mar Garet a Long of mount pleasant. Eric l. Elliott of Southwest Greensburg and Mary r. Rees of Jeannette Kabaci of Wyano and Blanche Yaksic of Southwest Frederick p Webb of Monessen and Carolyn v. Craig of Monongahela . 3 Andrew Fletcher of Scottdale and Beverly a. Wilkins of mount pleasant. John Florek or. Of Export and Katherine j. Sibal of mount pleasant. Chester r. Peachey of Hagers town. My and Ruth a. Brillhart of Scottdale. To meat at Seo Hdale Circle seven of the first e Church of Scottdale will meet at 7.30 . Tuesday in the Home of mrs. Leroy Coffman of 607 South Chestnut St., Scottdale. For generous sized hamburgers to be grilled Over charcoal out doors shape Only 3 patties out o each Pound of chopped beef. 897 Crochet Hooks will Fly when Needle women this smart bathroom three piece ensemble. The unusual stitch is easy to do in two colors pattern 897 gives the instructions. Send 25c in coins for this Pat Tern to Martha Madison the Dally courier Box 14w new York 1, n. Y. Add 5c for third class or 15c for first class mail. Belinda Moore Belinda Lou Moore Daugh Ter of or. And mrs Robert d. Moore of Scot Dale re t. Was one year old on monday May 13. Belinda is a granddaughter of or and mrs Arthur a Metcalf of Connell Svilich . 2. And or. And mrs Joseph h. Moore of Atherton. Her great grandparents Are or and Norman e. Lilley of Connellsville 2. Mrs. Myrtle met calf of los Angeles Calif., and Joseph Moore of mount pleas ant she also has a great great grandmother. Mrs Alvie Lilley of South Connellsville. Belinda s Mother is the former Patricia Mae Metcalf. New members to meet new four circlet of the woman s so me Fisher. Mrs Richard Fisher piety of Christian service of the or and charter King were r r5 a Burgh Bijj meet welcomed at a recent of tue sea a the Christian helpers Oas of the the Josephine Khz Circle will method it Church pct at i0 a m the Home of mrs. Rovden Loucks of 1003 Isa mrs Roy Marian mrs. Ken in it. Dent was worship Leader. opening , Mclurd the the Pfar hymns Sweet hour of prayer b it far j 30 at the and wonderful words of life Church or l p Enlar by responsive Reading of mat Eador in Ryan Nabor and mrs k e will be mrs Morgan aught the hostesses p3ui by a Hal mrs Wium Rock or Pearl and mrs a spoke on How can we keep l int hostesses for a meet teens cars and your inter j Lar o Naomi circe at 8 . At tested in the each Church Iber gave sentence prayer. Mertig at 8 p Fol a tace lunch was served by the Host-1 Church will be the Carrie Kenyon ass in the Church social room Circle the Lender Wii be mrs thirteen members were present Ujj r Gilbert hostesses will be the hostess for next month s mrs w l. Lewis. Mrs b w me meeting will be mrs. Ted Mellin Cartney and Mew Bertha cunning a and thew 5 3 1ft Ger. Chili Sard Nei add 2 Tablespoons of Mayonnaise Ham. To denied to wed. Michael Patrick Barrick of in to contents of i 13 m can of Ion own and Barbara Hubany sardines Mash and mix thorough of Uniontown. R d 3, have applied by. Serve on Toast fingers. Decorate for a marriage License at the Fay kith dash of Chili sauce or Tomato Ette county courthouse at Union Catsup. Yield 10 to 12 canapes town. Swordfish was All but unknown outside of new England until after world War i. Petunia1 nuisances boxes they re pests1 i do not like unbidden guests f for shame petunia1 Stop Lea Vine your Cereal boxes open. They re invitation to All kinds of in Welcome pantry marauders. Dear Abby she s turning in her Pup tent Abigail Van Buren dear fiby we be been married 16 years. For the past 15 years we have bad a camping vacation every summer. I be camped while preg Nant and with children of All Ages. We have four children now. The youngest is 2 and the oldest is 15. Our children would like to go to Disneyland. I Don t care where we go As Long As 1 Don t have to sleep in a tent and go without a real Bath for two weeks. What can i do my husband claims this is the Only Way we can afford to go. He s now planning to buy another tent which will Cost plus other camping equipment. We already have enough to outfit the boy scouts of America. He earns Over a year. Served my camping time dear served Cam near a Nice modern Motel and you Chick in Whilt your husband enjoys the wide old spaces. Art you Sura that Befort you married him you never told him you d live in a i dear Abby i had the girls Over for Bridge last evening. Two of them left together and the third one stayed a Little longer. My husband was sitting in the Den Reading the newspaper. When it came time for her to go she said she wanted to a taxi my husband said he in in drive her Home. She said absolutely not she wanted to take a taxi. I got to thinking Why would t she let my husband drive her Home should i worry suspicious dear suspicious yes but not about your husband. What s bugging you v dear Abby my sister is Over 16 years old. She received a letter from a boy she corresponds with. My Mother steamed open the envelope read the letter and resealed it. She is proud of herself for doing it although she did t find what she was looking for. Sis and i know that parents have charge Over their children s mail until they Are 21, but do you think my Mother should have read it secretly the other daughter dear daughter absolutely not parents can preach truthfulness honesty and integrity from now until doomsday but their children will 00 As their parents do eventually. Dear Abby the proper clothing for 100 head of cattle is not Bermuda shorts but Moo Moos. Runner what s on your mind for a personal reply Send a self addressed stamped envelope to Abby Box 3365, Beverly Hills Calif. For Abby s Booklet. How to have a Lovely Send 50 cents to Abby Box 3365, Beverly Hills Calif. Cemetery wreaths potted plants East Conneh silk greenhouses Poplar Grove dial a 1-7700 Ait is Funty Forkin it s like having an extra close in your Home storage Box let us store your Bulky Winter clothes now free your closets of Coots jackets sweaters suits and blankets. Return the packed Box to us and if will be safely stored and insured against Moths fire and theft. La of fell Yam Gtna teis will be returned cleaned freshly pressed and ready to Wear. Yon pay Only the Klug Low Tuk rage my phone 6e 8-3591 366 s. It. Vurnen Art. Monnens Volle a Numen phone Zenith to Tel Uniontown looking for a More secure future plan now to attend Beauty school Day and night classes you Hgt a of solve this prob Lem by training a career that offers full time employment and eventually a business of your own. Course includes Advance methods of permanent waving hair styling scissors and Bazor cutting and shaping hair colouring manicuring facial. Fees i. Approved feet be county s oldest and most Medum Beauty Schoel Maison Frederic system Beauty school phone 6e s-711t 107 Morgantown St. Uniontown pc. Safeguarding of Public monies needs the sure hand of a com p e t c n t Trust worthy and experienced individual. The democratic candidate for county treasurer Best qualified to serve the Public interest is Teresa r. Urns the office of county treasurer is a responsible position de manding the full attention of an honest and capable custodian. Experience efficiency and Hon esty Are the standards required for this important office. Teresa Burns has the experience eight years of it As an employee of the office she now seeks. Teresa Burns has earned a reputation for efficiency and honesty throughout her career As a Public servant. Miss Burns will serve you Faith fully. Help protect county funds by voting on May 21 for Teresa r. Burns your candidate for county treasurer. Pull lever c-12

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