Daily Leader Times in Kittanning, Pennsylvania
3 Feb 1958

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3 Feb 1958

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Daily Leader Times (Newspaper) - February 3, 1958, Kittanning, Pennsylvania Leader times Kittanning a. A monday eeb. 3, 1958 society clubs Circle meetings communion Gates Altman events on women s schedule vows spoken in Chapel Circle meetings on tuesday and meet on thursday As follows thursday and a service of holy communion on Ash wednesday tie on the february scheduling for the women a association in first presbyterian n Church. The Ash wednesday service will of held at 8 . Feb. To in the Church. Circle meetings tomorrow will be As follows Circle no. I at 0 30 . In the Home of mrs. Orrie Stewart kit tanning mrio Butler re. Circle no. 2. At 2 . In the Home of mrs. Roy Kiskaddon 510 North Mckean St Circle no. 5, at 2 . In the Home of mrs. Henry Stone 038. North Mckean St nodes at 12 30 . Sunday Circle no. 6, Ai 2 . In the of. >9,58 i the Chapel of kit Home of mrs. Harry Crawford pies Tenan Church. 948 Wilson ave Rev Thomas f Luce the Church Circle no. 7. At 8 . In the i Astor solemnized the Bandage Chi Homo of mrs. Arthur k. Pyle kit ml5s Maly vol Lnla Gates of 5131 tanning mrio East Brady re. Circle no. 8, at 8 . In the1 n. Mckean St. And Arthur Milton Altman of Kittanning re 5. A few friends of the bridal pair and their immediate family Mem hers witnessed the double ring cer-1 Home of mrs. Robert Pryde Kittanning re 4. Circle no. 9. At 8 . In the. Home of mrs. Charles Westall 160 or and mrs Alfred s Gates North Jefferson St. Brother and sister in Law of the Circle no to at 8 . In the Bride were the bridal Circle no. 3, at 8 . In the Home of mrs. Boyd Hetrick 616 and a is it Altman left imme Home of mrs. Fred Ringrose 329 j Hawthorne ave. I Ateiya for a trip to Florida. North Mckean St. A Circle no. La at 8 pail. In the upon their return they will live Circle no. 4, at 8 . In the Home of mrs. Wesley Thornburg. A Salley pump station Kittanning Home of mrs. James Ashe 439jkittanning re i. Re 5, where or. Altman is chief North ave. I Circle no. 12. At 8 . In the Engineer for Peoples natural Gas other circles Are scheduled to Home of mrs. O. D. Schrecengost co p8 Locust St. Prior to her marriage mrs. Alt 01 Man was assistant cashier at far i m0 social a c i Iners National Bank. Calendar sunday school attendances personals committees for Dayton club named Dayton a various committees were appointed for the coming year during a business meeting of the Dayton camera club held in the Glade run Academy. President Glenn Doverspike appointed the following Field trip committee Frank Bly mrs. Theodore Walker Ruth rum Baugh and Dennis Rumbaugh program committee a Charles Kupp Preston Bittinger Rev. T. R. R. Stull and mrs. Elmo Travis. Picture committee Lowell Dean mrs. T. R. R. Stull Ross Bashline and mrs. Preston Bittinger Flower committee mrs. Dennis Rumbaugh and Theodore Walker. Mrs. Lowell Dean was appointed historian. Several projects for the coming year were discussed after which some of the members showed slides. Refreshments were served by mrs. Glenn Doverspike and mrs. Frank Bly at the conclusion of the meeting. The next meeting will be feb. 25 in the Glade run Academy. Woman s club events slated the executive Board of the woman s club of Kittanning will meet at 2 . Wednesday in the Home of mrs. Albert e. Pryde 507 n. Jefferson St. On feb. 20 a meeting of the club s Garden department will be held in the Home of mrs. Wayne b. Owen n. Mckean St. The main feature of the program will be Quot a tour of Southern gardens by Means of slide pictures. The department meeting is open to All members of the club. The monthly meeting of the club will be at 8 . Tuesday. Feb. La in the episcopal Parish House. It will be a guest night for husbands of club members. The speaker will be or. John Shadle of Butler. His topic will be a mental health use want ads for results Trio of doilies miss Helen Dale Cooke a student in Allegheny Valley Hospital of nursing Tarentum. A monday f Kittanning Ford City Junior feb 2 19j8 woman a club party in Honor of first Brethren a a a a a a. New members. 8 15 . In Union West Kittanning Brethren. Nail Enrri Cliv first Church of god. Hall. Fold City. First Presb Terlan. Executive Borrel of kitl3nninr it Johns lutheran 270. _ business and professional worn free methodist 213 Kittanning and or. And mrs. De school of nursing ,1 spent the week end at her Home in ,2? the Atkins apts. Or. And mrs. G. G. Hotaling of in s club 8 . In Myca build Union Avenue methodist ing. Birthday program committee first methodist. At 7 . In the a by a. J Center Hill Brethren. Women of the Moose. 8 . In Church of god Wilson Avenue Moose Home s water St. Executive meeting 7 30 . 12-Vear-old boy s executive Board of Rural Valley f 007 5 business and professional worn birthday observed ends club 8 . In King . Ward Veronesi of Seminole left 163 yesterday for a two month so j of Journ in the South. They expect 123 spend be time a Florida and Mexico. Or. And mrs. James Miller of eau Claire were Kittanning visit-1 ors on saturday. Or. And mrs. W. E. Whitacre mrs. Peter Graff in Coffman photo Dayton grangers will have Valentine party Dayton the annual Valentine party of Dayton Grange will take place at the meeting tonight of the members in the Grange Hall. Each member is to take a Valentine Grange master Kelly Alcorn said. The Home economics commit tee will hold a card party on feb 17 at the Grange Hall Alcorn said Worthington girl becomes Beauty Sara a. Crawford auxiliary. 8 friends of Ronnie Shafer were Sere Laird a to Mot to it i do a 2a b-i., in nil a maplelnsh0me mrs Jam a a inf last thursday in a adj Lauderdale. Fla., where they will Bride 0 f Peter graft in Kittanning Odd Fellows Lodge him celebrate his 12th birthday. g p a the Honoreen Mother mrs. Executive committee of United Charles Shafer of Kittanning re 4, lutheran Church women of St served a or to the guess. The brother org Foster Matthews of Ker of Worthington became the class of 1950 and Slippery Rock j5n s Church 8 pm in fell games and watching motion pie Highland ave. And h. E. Cartier Bride of Peter Graff in of Kittan j state teachers College in the 1955 by mme. Qui Vive or. And mrs. Arthur Carrier of in a single ring ceremony at Summerville visited in saturday 2 30 of clock saturday afternoon with or. Carrier s sister and feb. I 1958. Miss Nancy c. Wal teacher in Ford City Union school District she is a graduate of Worthington High school in the girls modality 7 . In St. Matures. By s parochial school room eight. Present were Nancy and Tommy of North water St. Jorng. Class. The wedding took place in the the bridegroom is a son of Worthington presbyterian Church. Judge j. Frank Graff and the late i with Rev. J. Henry Thorhauer of mrs. Laura Ellis Graff. He is a is Raro Mai a Nooi room Zigni. A us Onu. J n a Ai x St. Mary s roman Catholic week Shafer John gaunt. Dick stayer. Attend be Gish meet in social 8 . In St. Mary a school Danny Leonard. Robert . Tommy Smith Danny Hedglin. Mrs. Fred Bauer and mrs. We the first presbyterian Church in graduate of Kittanning High school tuesday Bobby Boarts and the Honor guest Ham f. Knoble. President and tre Steubenville Ohio officiating. And Dickenson College at Carlisle Woheim of Kittanning country who was the recipient of Many surer of the woman a Guild of St. The Bride is a daughter of Frank it and now is an insurance agent i club. Annual luncheon anti business presents. Luke a reformed Church were in h. Walker of Worthington and the Tor Grier Graff insurance Agency meeting. 1 15 . In the club _ a Pittsburgh recently to attend an late mrs. Ruth Kepple Walker. A in Kittanning. Executive meeting of the allege _ two vases Fil Eny Region of the woman a Guild. . Kittanning re woman ladies of the grand army of the j _ Republic. 8 . In Myca build Given Surprise party ing. Installation of so years court Patricia Catholic Daugh friends and neighbors of mrs. C j ters of America 8 15 . In Florence Wyant of Troy Hill gave or. And mrs. Frank Branan or. Knights of Columbus building or a birthday fete in lie form of a Worthi Ireton will celebrate their Woodward ave. Surprise party held recently in a folder a Siu anniversary on United lutheran Church women the Home of mrs. Ruth Kunstel i tuesday feb 4 of Worthington lutheran Church i Man in Troy Hill. They Are life Long residents of 8 . I mrs. Wyant was showered with the Worthington area. Columbine Rebekah Lodge. 8 Many Lovely _ . In Odd Fellows Hall. Jacob after a play of games a tasty Church women to meet St. Lunch we As served to conclude the the women a society of free Armstrong county Send off com evening. Port presbyterian Church will meet Mitteer at salvation army Hall. I in the social rooms of the Church at Dixie no. I of women s Assoc White elephant in Phr re a hied with White flow winning contract Val North new .162 7k7 oqj98543 ers were set among greens to form the Chancel setting before which or. Walker gave his daughter in marriage. An aunt of the Bride. Mrs. W. F. Braun of Worthington played the wedding music including a to Promise a to perfect love a i Quot at a the lords prayer Quot and traditional a nuptial marches. A Pandora original gown of Mai a for each other these checked separates in natural and Black Woven Linen by Larry Aldrich forecast summer styles. Bias banding outlines the Collar sleeves and the Edge of the notched Back but toned Over Blouse. Youth week services scheduled at Church if Aoma teak Cuccu three different Doiles All in the Templeton the Zion Wes-lpoi�11 pineapple design. It takes a a a a. _ less than a Day to Crochet each of Leyan methodist Church of tem these they will be greatly and Pleton will observe youth week i mired. Beginning tonight and continuing pattern 743 Crochet directions through february 9. Service will or i-Inch Square 9-Inch round is Ielua Oval in no. 50 Cotton. Be held each night except Friday. Send thirty five cents coins of k of guest preachers who will be f0r this pattern add 5 cents for heard Are Rev. J. C. Himes of each pattern for list class mailing. Rimersburg and Rev. Ray Yoder of Billville. The pastor Rev. W. A Low shelf and Towel rack e Shank will also speak during w ill help Little girls to reach the week. Their grooming aids. The Public will be Welcome at the services. West i a k 8 7 3 7 30 p in. Tuesday. Hostesses Are 7 q j 6 3 2 mrs. W. Ray plants president. 0 k to 7 6 mrs. William plants or. And mrs. Ray Lewis. Action of first presbyterian Church. No. 9 30 a in. In Home of mrs. Orrie uttering planned Stewart. Kittanning mrio. Circle no. 2 of women a Assoc-1 a White elephant s?.�?T will Fea nation of first presbyterian Church Ture tonight a meeting of Freeport 221 Days served 2 . In Home of mrs. Roy Kis presbyterian ladies Bible class in Twenty seven persons were com Kaddon. 519 n. Mckean St. Tho social rooms of the Church. Netted to the Armstrong county Circle no. 3 of women s Assoc mrs. D. E. Taylor and mrs. Jail during january and 21 were a on of first presbyterian Church g. L. Ralston Are co chairmen of released during the period. Two 8 . In Home of mrs. Fred ring the Sale Hundred Twenty two Days were ser 320 n. Mckean St. Hostesses ale mrs. S. J. Kauff Ved by the 27 male prisoners. East a 95 0 a 2 a k j 9 8 i White purse silk velvet and Nylon. Give your Little girl tulle was the Choice of the Bride a Beauty course reports Robin /2nnip� Little Birls just naturally want Freeport a. K. Otterman of fashioned with i Boult Nooi to look pretty and the Ward i sighted a Robin Friday Leneth skirt on which was scatter t0 be sure that your Latue a Xvi singing merrily in an Apple tree Lengum skin ii Wincn was a caller i Melv Kath new Anh a a a Noti la. South a q to 9 5 4 7 a to 9 8 4 0 a to 5 2 k j 9 8 i 1 does look Lovely both now and in the Yard of his Home. 7 6 4 3 my sri Ter. Is by teaching her Good l Ali grooming habits Early. Ifs easy it is estimated by Ai the Wais Fau Hig in Mother a Ives her the idea that sources that there Are Only Between me Wais. Wan me skirt Lannig in in Nelv fun hut that a Ina onh Ann Ocie non. By author Tive Penna residents please add in sales tax Send to daily Leader times 76 needlecraft dept., p. O. Box 164, old Chelsea station. New York la n. Y. Print plainly pattern number. Name address and zone. A a a Bonus two Complete patterns Are printed right in our Laura Wheeler needlecraft Book. Dozens of other designs you la want to order a easy fascinating handwork for yourself Jour Home gifts Bazaar items. Send 25 cents for your copy of this Book today to a Iram von of u grooming is not Only fun but that 300 and 400 professional Astrino i Penna residents please add in a Couit Nam. Mer veil or u cd a a a a a mers in the unit cd 3tates_ tav it it s a grown up ruse hostesses Are mrs. S. A Circle no. 4 of women s Assoc Man. Mrs. Clyde Fullerton and Ilion of first presbyterian Church. Mrs Walter Stewart. Use want ads for results 3 . In Home of mrs. James Quot a a tit she. 430 North ave. Auxiliary Council s woman a auxiliary of East Franklin twp. Fire dept. 8 . In Union Temple pythian Sisters. A a a meeting of Armstrong county p . In Templeton knights Council of the american legion f pvt in us ha1 in Wynn Conov meet place changed week s sew Thrifty printed pattern veterans of foreign wars 8 . In Post Home s. Water St. Auxiliary in Freeport wednesday will be held in the social rooms of Trinity lutheran Church instead Lusion net was secured to a band of seed pearls and velvet. She car make Bat time fun time by giving ried a Cascade of camellias Fleur Little daughter her own Bath and amour and Ivy. Ces sories. Let her have a special mrs. Richard h. Joyce or. Of Washcloth with a cute animal de Philadelphia As her Sisters mat sign that changes color when ifs j Ron of Honor wore a cocktail soaped up give her a colourful length gown of Jade Green taffeta soft body Brush and let her lather 1 styled with three Quarter length it up and scrub her Back herself. Sleeves and a scooped neckline. She does no to have any shoulder she completed her costume with Blade blemishes now and. If she Matching shoes and a Matching Geu. Into the habit of washing her the scoring of contract Bridge a Tiara that secured a circular veil Back thoroughly she won t have so constituted that the no Vulner she wore White wristlet gloves As j any later either. Sales tax West pass pass dbl. Dbl. The bidding North pass 60 pass All Pas East 6 dbl. Pass South pans 69 6 a Ope a i a Lead v 3 Able Side can afford to be set As she carried a Cascade of Feather on ska Council degree of Poca �?~.borou8h building a first Hontas. Improved order of red p men i . In tidal Hall. Iva f a vat ant i i fit Armstrong county artists 8 Pat. Of the Young adults in Art studio Reynolds . Fellowship of the first methodist Kittanning Council of Church scheduled for tonight is order United Amel lean mechanics cancer Etc the not meeting of the . Roup will be a regular session on woman s society of Christian monday March 3. Service of first methodist Church 2 . In Church rooms. Meyer. Greenbaum will show slide pictures i a of South America. The executive Board will meet at 1 30 . Woman s society of Christian service of Union Avenue methodist Church 7 30 . In the Church. I Circle no. 2 of woman a Mission Ary Union of first Baptist Church 1 30 . In Home of mrs. Corbin w. Wyant. 504 n. Jefferson St. I Circle no. 3 of woman a Mission-1 Ary Union of first Baptist Church 1 30 . In Church social rooms. Circle no. I of woman a Mission Ary Union of first Baptist Church 7 45 . In Home of mrs. George Phillips. 347 Franklin ave. Circle no. 5 of woman a Mission-1 Ary Union of first Baptist Church 7 45 . In Church social rooms. Teach her How to use the Bath Many As seven tricks and still show pm carnations. Brush on her Knees and elbows a profit against a vulnerable Small bridesmaids were miss Paula too. These Are Here and now dirt slam. If the vulnerable Side can War of Worthington sister of make a grand slam no vulnerable Bode mis. William Webb of Pittsburgh and mrs. Richard Der opponents can save few Points by of Sharps Lue College friends i nil run n. I of Lac Bride. Their costumes were ranking ult and 80dig i Dent Caj t0 Honor Matron s. Thus. When the Yuan Elabie Side r a kit tanning holds the club suit it is placed at Rob problems. If she has a Terry cloth Robe for blotting moisture after the Bath Shell feel just like a grown up lady. Provide her with her own soft complexion Brush and Shell be a encouraged to Wash her face when a certain disadvantage. It was to overcome that Distad Cousin of the bridegroom was Best she comes in rom play or she Man. Ushers were James b. Graff might be intrigued with a a a baby Vantage that East elected to open sponge that is foam rubber in one a i Civ ref her than two Eurto it of Khi Anning. S de it Pink or Blue Terry cloth on with six clubs rather an two Richard Crow of Pittsburgh and j ant a fun Rastie Stran clubs. He wanted to make it As aria Vonni of Kittanning the other and has an elastic soap 1 Dale Claypool of Kittanning t m Oyer her hand let her take a sister of the Bride. Mrs. James difficult As possible for the Oppon Brush hardened with paint can by Stord with Brush cleaner. After each use however they should be washed in Brush cleaner then soap and warm water. Cats to sacrifice even though he a cd a a Uwe a twin Quot Ooka a a the her time about so losing her face i was t too per cent sure of matk a of or the Bride s fam though Don to Stop her 11 she i amp ing the slam for which he bid. As aces h j or Champagne pm 1 covers that she can wow soap a matter of fact he would have semble Wuh Ereen and Black a bubbles right her lips after made it against anything but the Ces Sorie she used v Corsage of lathering Over with plenty of suds double Dummy defense of an Unn a Nib Drums on her clutch if fihe does to discover this plea Der Lead of the Ace of hearts and. Cut rubidium on Ner Cut in Gant thick Tell her about it. The return of a Diamond. But the Dag it of ,. F. A Matching hand Brush will end pm act mhaluueesl�h�?~0,n�?~u.7 of for the Brydl Groom fatty 0 a Mour Giro be to of his rap Coph fire Smith rip wore Glack with Pink accessories. Tempt a paying sacrifice. South de of War i a a a a a Eor cited that any place but diamonds Dink my bums i would be Dotter and eventually a Quot no a Adf y7x a eng the Church wound up at six Spades. Rites the brides father entertain the heart opening Lead was a de at a reception in Church social poor Choice. Dummy s seven won r0oms. The Bride s table was a keep her tiny hands Dainty. Show her How to scrub them thoroughly with lots of suds and remind her that when she gets older clean hands Are a he basis for a Good manicure. Put up a special Low shelf or advertisement a Mother thinks i should have a new automatic dryer purchased with the help of the merchants Bank a time plan. Harold. You re not listening a the merchants National Bank member Federal Deposit insurance corporation and the club Queen was led. East ranked with a were Floral Center Ibre Cabinet the Battu Oom for won and cashed the Ace of Spades Pipp t0 follow the a. Her complexion Nail and tooth then underfed the Ace of diamonds. Cent a of the wedding. To serve brushes and Shell be More eager West having signalled. South Ruf the 2no guests the aides were Di-it0 else the contents and impress / i _ fed and led a club. West trumped Ane Ellen a and Betsy Dineen on her Luu of she wants 10 have a j i Bop a / 7 with the seven to Force Scummy s Nipps of the bridegroom mrs smile like the grown up Glamour a j k we Jack the heart King was cashed Luther Neal mrs Dale Cia Pooi girls she should Brush her Teth / a / i w and South ruffed a second Dia and miss Sally Davis it after each meal. Mond to Lead the heart ten. West after a wedding trip to new attach a Towel rack on the Wall i covered and North ruffed. Declar York City. Or. And mis. Graff t00 s0 be won i Bave stretch / is m or trumped another Diamond and we take up residence on feb. 12 and struggle to reach it. And if -./wh5 exited with a Trump. West got j at 507 North Jefferson St. She s a very Little girl keep a step t r two Trump tricks but South Dis a pre wedding fete for tile Stool in the bathroom so she can easy easy and Thrifty too carded his remaining club and Bride was a miscellaneous Shower set up to the Basin easily. Mom sew a wardrobe of weapons to last two tricks when West Given by mrs. Henry Swart Lander teach her How to Brush and for daughter to Wear As aprons had to Lead to his Ace nine of of Irondale Ohio at the Home of comb her hair at an Early age. Now Sun dresses later on. Few hearts. The results Down Only 500 her Mother. Mrs. Mark Barger Kike any female Shell enjoy the parts to this Jiffy printed pattern i Points was a huge saving. Stock in Worthington. J brushing much More if she has a opens Flat to Iron. Best of All a the sacrifice would have been a miniature dressing table or Low child can dress herself. Far less profitable against a keen c a Nipa Row to sri Vav placed Mirror so she can pose a bit printed pattern 4634 children ser defense. A Trump Lead won by Vij Rusc Julicia As she bru5hes. Teach her to Brush sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, to. Size 6 requires East Sace and a club return Ruf who meet tuesday correctly though holding her head 28 Yards 35-Inch. Fed by West followed by two More Down and going from Scalp to printed directions on each Pat Trump leads w Ould limit South to a the woman a missionary society curl ends. Show her How to Wash Tern part. Easier accurate. Maximum of six tricks and give of Srader Grove presbyterian Berov a Brush and comb. Until Send thirty live cents in coins East West 1.100 in compensation Church will meet in the Church an she a considerably older of course for this pattern a add 5 cents for their slam. Nex tuesday evening. You la give her shampoos since for each pattern for 1st class mall mrs. Arnold toys program is ibis is something Little tots can Ting. Penna residents please add with both sides Vainer on the theme a stewardship of do for themselves. However from in sales tax Send to Anne ad-1 Able South opens the bidding Christian mrs. Nel Loath to coiffure Little girls jul with one club and his partner lie Shearer will Lead the worship take to grooming As easily As to responds one Diamond. South a period. My. Pie baking if Mother makes holds s. A h. A k 3 d. I hostesses Are mrs. Frank Baker it just As much fun. And the Groom 10 8 c. K q j 9 8 6. What is mrs. Clarence Stivason and mrs1, ing habits she learns now will be rebid answer tomorrow. I Thoma Hill. J helpful All her life. Ams. Care of daily Leader-times., 86 pattern dept., 243 West 17th Sti new York la n. Y. Print plainly1 name address with zone size and style number. Don t spoil the View if you have windows that open onto a Garden Vista or from which you can look out on far reaches of Beautiful landscape then its a poor decorative plan that fails to make the most of such an advantage or that obscures the View by a poorly planned furniture arrangement. You can bring the outdoors inside literally and. A v Quot a fit a make it part of your Rio plan. By using the window for the a ii j it f j ocal pm iut of the room and la a a Quot Fig a grouping the furniture around Quot a it Tor easy conversation. Thisa Quot a ,7.1 gives an Opportunity to take # m. Jct full advantage of Light and View by Day. And at night enriches the room by reflect ing the Light and color from �$1 / within at same time doubling the apparent size of the room. If you Are at a loss to know which furniture arrangement is Best for your room come in and talk to our trained decorators about it. We Are always Happy to assist you with ideas whenever we can. Come in soon. 117 North Jefferson dial 44-1681 Kittanning Erdos Bros

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