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Daily Leader-Times (Newspaper) - February 8, 1964, Kittanning, Pennsylvania Uamkt1mb hmm aft h4 society clubs former Kittanning pair hearing Golden wedding or and my h Board former or Boyd travelled nationally w new of Ladia Pous until world War ii he went to re i will celebrate the Mth a Niver iary of their wedding feb 23 with a reception from 2 to 5 pm at Faith lutheran Church 711 South High school Road Indianapolis the boy i were married feb 25 1114 by Rev George Preuss in St Johns lutheran Church Kittanning they moved to Indi Anapolis in 1917 or Boyd was Bora in Kittan Ning and was employed by the j r Einstein and l e Biehl clothing stores mrs Boyd the former Bessie Spencer who was born in Indiana was residing in Ford City at the time of ther mar rage Exchange student talks of Brazil to Freeport group miss Romano of Brazil tilt first foreign Exchange student to attend Freeport High school was guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Freeport Gradale sorority in the Odd Fellows Hall after being introduced by mrs William Johnston club adviser miss Romano described her country and answered questions concerning it the group made plans for a Spring fashion show March 16 in Freeport elementary school styles for women and children will be provided by j c Penney co store in Hillcrest shopping Center lower Burrell township the fall project will be pubic Tion and Sale of a Cookbook three new tested recipes will be contributed by each member a n c they will be compiled into a boo As soon As All entries Are received work then for Linkfelt co Indianapolis retiring in 1m7 the couple have two sons James s Boyd of Indianapolis and William a Boyd of Hickory if n c and three grandchildren i Redbank parents plan skate event for band guests members of Redbank Vallej band parents decided to Spon Sor a skating party feb 28 a american Hawthorn legion Park the decision Nea was since she was unable to participate in the regular installation ceremonies mrs Donald Zack Secretary was installed by mrs Walter Patterson appointed to serve on commit tees during 1964 Are the following mrs Robert Schreckengost am mrs Joseph Yedlowski co chair men mrs Charles Beck mrs Donald Groomes mrs Larry Smith mrs Robert Vandyke mrs George striker mrs Armen Waltenbaugh mrs Bea Roll and mrs Walter Ward program mrs Walter Flemming mrs Leroy Fullerton mrs Joan Freeh Ling mrs Charles Hagins mrs Donald Harmon mrs Maynard Hollier mrs John Mcdivitt mrs John Mckinney mrs Richarc Rumbaugh and mrs Meville Wai ten Bagh ways and Means miss Larue Matthews Absen tees mrs Dale Aggers historian mrs Harmon photographer mrs Thomas Robinson gifts and flow ers mrs Cecil Willoughby chair Man mrs Clarence Ayers mrs Alfred Boardley mrs Joel Mcqueen mrs Frederick Sharrow mrs Harold Walker and mrs Philip Waltenbaugh publicity mrs Robert King chairman mrs Samuel Goodwill mrs Ted Kaltwasser mrs Ralphs Meyer mrs Ruppersberge and mrs William Walter Telephone tree mrs Franklin Bouch and mrs Rodney Chapman co chairman mrs Betty Cramer mrs William Gohn and mrs Joseph suran ser vice mrs Straughn chairman mrs Louis Clever and mrs Robert Neubert budget reached during a meeting in the band room of Redbank Val Ley High school a bus will be furnished for transportation t the scene skating will be from to 1030 mrs Jay Weaver presided a the meeting in the absence o the president mrs Clyde Miles the varsity band will Mee March 2 for rehearsal practice time is open to parents of Mem Bers of this band refreshments and a reception will follow the rehearsal similar arrange ments will be made april 6 for the Junior band group am heir guests this too will be followed by a reception with refreshments plans for a summer band were discussed the nominating committee will be named at the March meeting it was reported that a Sale of Redbank Valley sweat shirts is progressing a social hour followed the meeting conquerors class votes donation to Sunset group members of the conquerer class of first methodist Church met at the Home of mrs Louis Elliott in Kittanning re 3 and were led in devotions by mrs Alvin Kuntz she used As her theme everyday Christian Ity during the business session conducted by mrs Raymond Silvis president the class voted a donation to the Sunset auxiliary it was also decided to Pur Chase a birthday gift for a kor Ean orphan and to begin a re modelling project on the class room year books hand decorated by mrs j 0 Crum were distributed by mrs 0 r Beatty mrs Merle Mckain assisted with hostess duties As a dessert course was served to 12 Mem Bers no club women hear funeral director Guy Hawk of Sligo president of Clarion county funeral directors association was guest speaker As members of the new Bethlehem business and professional women club were entertained by mrs Jared Skinner and mrs Donald Reed at a candlelight dinner at snug Harbour or Hawk was introduced by Lars Ann Hetrick chairman of he program committee the the Terry Allan Browns lots Anne Adams Widnoon girl Templet onite repeat vows Rev Ronald Chitester pastor of the Tidioute methodist Church assisted by Rev rus Sel Hawk pastor of the tem Pleton methodist Church United in marriage Lois Anne Adams and Terry Allan Brown the double ring rites were solemnized at pm Jan 18 1964 at the Templeton methodist Church in the presence of immediate family members parents of the couple Are mrs Thelma Adams of Widnoon and or and mrs Ralph Brown of Templeton Dorothy Stockdill of Widnoon played traditional wedding music including always i love you truly at Calvary and cleanse me Given in marriage by her brother Jerry Adams the Bride was attired in a White Chiffon dress with lace jacket featuring three Quarter length sleeves he wore a White hat with veil and carried a White Bible top de with Pink and White roses rhe tradition of something old new borrowed and Blue was carried out by the Bride and the tucked a Penny in her shoe or Luck a sister of the Bride Ruby Adams of Widnoon was maid f Honor she wore an Aqua dress and had a Matching Cor age of carnations her jewelry was a Silver necklace Blair Brown brother of the bridegroom was chosen to Erve As the Best Man following the ceremony a re Eption of 150 guests was Given brides Mother in the Empleton fire Hall a Blue and White color scheme was carried out in the decorations aides were Willavine Hooks Dora Belle Mccullough Rhoda Bish Marion Hawk Dovie Brooks and Blanche Shankle the Bride presented them with Blue and White aprons mrs Brown a 1362 graduate of Redbank Valley High school is employed by Rola co her n Bethlehem by mrs tic make se1fekt d it or and mrs Richard Seifert spent an afternoon in Clarion and Sligo or and mrs Donald Smith and daughter Pam visited or and mrs Reid Frampton of Punxsutawney or and mrs James Skinner visited mrs skinners parents or and mrs h w Skinner of South Bethlehem or and mrs Benny Kunselman and children and mrs Madge Kunselman of Hawthorn called at the Mcaninch Home in Hawthorn or and mrs Paul f Starr of Punxsutawney visited mrs Starrs Mother mrs Edna Seifert or and mrs Donald Smith and Roger and or and mrs Howard Truitt visited William Darr who is a patient in the Armstrong county memorial Hospital Kittanning or and mrs Larry d lash and son Steven of Warren a visited in the Chester Pence Home Carol Mcdonald a student at Clarion state College has re turned to her studies after spending the midterm vacation with her parents or and mrs Richard Mcdonald of South Bethlehem or and mrs George Fred Ricks of Mahoning dam visited in the Richard Seifert Home Kern Phillips a freshman at Carnegie Institute of technology spent the midterm Vaca Tion with his parents or and mrs b e Phillips of new Bethlehem re 3 mrs Dale Bish who had been a surgical patient in the Adrian Hospital Punxsutawney has re turned to her Home where she is convalescing pfc Robert Brown has re turned to fort Bliss Texas after spending some time with his parents or and mrs Arnold Brown of Rimersburg or and mrs j w and son Carl left last week by Auto for Tucson Arizona where they expect to remain until May mrs Edna Henderson mrs Mildred Drayer of cottage Hill and or and mrs Clyde Drayer of Hubbard Ohio spent a Day with mrs Martha Yeany of Mayport or and mrs Howard memos Raymond Milliron Lafferty of Sarver were recent guests of mrs Mccafferty Mother mrs Edna Henderson or and mrs Vern Wetzel and foreign Exchange students and members of the Amer adviser mrs Nancy Johnson Khz Secretary and ass com ican Reid service committee participated in a share their Mittee in James Callas ass Parent Charles Wray fare Assembly program yesterday at Kitt Anming High stuck adviser in s m Aubrey ass Parent mrs c e school those taking part in the Kickoff program were Louden ass committee Rev David Oyler ass Parent a r a or k t seated from left Ezio Ronthi Italy at Leechburg Susan mrs William Witzemann president of ass committee mrs Bachall Ford City Usa to England Tim Muirhead South of t l Kirl Wood ass committee mrs Robert Ralston ass j d Al i n i i i t t i Caceres Paraguay at Ford City and Fred Maize Modera Tor standing from left miss Pauline Smith Khz stuck Snowberger Khz principal and mrs elder Skul nurse and ass committee program included 15minute skit the Bridge deck today hand mrs Dianne Hohn daughter of or and mrs Charles Hogg of main St Worthington graduated Jan 19 from Clarion state College with a Bachelor of science d e g r e e in Library science she is teaching at a Den Economy school in Baden a 1959 graduate of Kittanning High school mrs Hohn is mar ried to Richard c Hohn a teacher in Baden joint school the couple Are residing in Rochester by Florence Osborn Bertrand Romanet and Ger Ard Desrusseaux of France have just been announced As winners of the world Par Point championship competing a against pairs playing 32 set hands in the duplicate games All Over the world they scored 1168 Points out of a possible 200 Romanet represented France in the 1956 world team Champion ship his partner played for France in 1963 i two polish pairs Klukowski Surig and Biega Jedrzejowski placed second and third with 156 and 155 Points the two Young theoreticians Pultneyville North dealer neither Side vulnerable sk943 ha852 d 65 c 10 83 n s75 h j7 d q j 10 7 4 ckq97 w e s6 h 10 9 6 4 3 d9 caj6542 virginians visit in District Homes Brand mrs Daniel inn Nell and son Danny of Norfolk a visited mrs Brownell parents and sister or and mrs David Myers and Darlene of Kittan Ning re 5 they also visited or Brown Ells parents or and mrs Miles Brownell of Templeton re 2 or Brownell is serving with the Navy at Norfolk or and mrs Dale Braughler Lave arrived in Florida where they expect to spend the Winter months guests of mrs Ruth Adams d it correspondent or and mrs Robert Orr of new Bethlehem mrs Oliver Schreckengost mrs Roosevel Schreckengost mrs Mckinley Schreckengost and or and mrs Ralph grinder and son John were in new Kensington where they attended a Golden wedding were her Sisters mrs Walter Celebration in Honor of or and Phillips and husband of East mrs urbe Smith the Smiths Vicke sport and mrs Margaret were residents of Pultneyville Wilt of East Pittsburgh or and mrs Alfred Young of cottage Hill visited or and mrs Kenneth Adams and son of Cheswick other guests in the Adams Home were or and mrs Ernest Adams of Leech org and or and mrs James Adams and sons of Oakmont Dayton joint High school is an employee of Vandorn Iron works at Mckee rocks the couple Are residing temporarily with the grooms parents in Templeton turned to her Home after spend ing the past five weeks with her daughter mrs James r speakers talked about funeral directors work he discussed the Cost of Funer als in comparison with National surveys and warned against agencies firemen auxiliary committees named officers of Freeport firemen auxiliary met recently in t h e Home of mrs Bert Klizing to select committees for the year and make other plans a dessert luncheon was served n by the hostess mrs Klinzing Fol Cost f rank in Pat unapproved no local mrs Charles Evans cers will be elected in March lowing the meeting soup doughnut and Roll Sale Shore tucs feb am St Lukes United Church of Christ auspices ladies Bible class Square dancing at the e Franklin firewall tonight at 9 pm to Honor founders members of the East Franklin Parent teacher association will observe founders Day when they meet at 8 pm tuesday with the Cowansville Pat at the East Franklin school past presidents will be honoured babysitting service will be pro divided at the school Freeport of aides to Mark anniversary Freeport eagles auxiliary Mem Bers made plans for an anniversary dinner at pm monday at their semimonthly meeting a Hireen dinner will be featured members were told reservations must be made with mrs Edward Fuhrman by feb 12 for a District meeting to be held feb 16 in Kittanning a donation was made to t h e Chapel of the four chaplains an award was won by mrs Lon Babinsack mrs Blanch Craig and mrs Charles Schreckengost visited mrs Leone Milliron and the Carl Schreckengost family of Pultneyville or and mrs Blair Smith and children were recent guests of or Smiths Mother mrs Ira Smith of Pultneyville or and mrs Stewart Simp son visited mrs Simpsons Mother mrs Kathryn Ramsey of Widnoon mrs Ann Darr spent a Day with her parents or and mrs Charles Hetrick of Oak Ridge mrs Benny Kunselman and children spent a Day with mrs Kunselman parents or and mrs Homer Byerly of Ohl i a number of years ago mrs Oliver Schreckengost is a sister of mrs Smith Raymond Milliron visited his sister Mary Klingelsmith of Kittanning or and mrs Walter Adams and family of Johnstown were dinner guests of or and mrs Charles Schreckengost a number of persons from Here called at the Mateer fun eral Home new Bethlehem to pay their respects to mrs Wal ter Freda Smith Young or and mrs William Boyer visited or Boyers aunt mrs Blanche Craig of new Bethle siem Junior Boyer and w c Schreckengost also callers were in the Boyer Home barrel Nolf of near Goheen Ville was a visitor in the Home of his grandparents or and mrs Charles Schreckengost mrs w t a Craig of new Bethlehem visited in the Home of her Nephew Carl pee wee Schreckengost several persons from Here attended the funeral services at the Reiss funeral Home new Bethlehem for mrs George Bussard Roger Stern and Larry Rosier both of new York who were second in 1961 retained their North american zone title with a score of 153 which placed them fifth Overall Terence Reese and Clande Rodrique both of London world winners in 1961 with 172 Points finished Well out of the running this time with Only 129 Points the Strong showing of Poland which had one pair second an other third and another in eighth place is in line with the resurgence of polish Bridge since she became the first country from behind the Iron curtain to rejoin an International Bridge organization in this Case the european Bridge federation Hungary and Yugoslavia Are expected to follow soon Poland finished seventh out s a q j 10 8 2 Huq d ak832 c none the bidding Dayton founders Day listed by Cadogan Pat founders Day will be Obj served by members of Cadogan j Parent teacher association with a Tureen dinner at pm tuesday at the school members Are expected to provide covered dishes a skit will be presented b y several of the women sunday specials stuffed Chicken breasts Valley driven restaurant it 85 2 Hilts West of Rural Volley of twelve teams in the 1962 european team championship an event she plans to stage in 1966 eighteen nations competed in the 1963 team championship and Poland finished third losing out Only to England the win ners and Italy the remarkable showing in the 1963 team event was mainly the result of bidding polish internationalist Stanislaw bit Ner says that his team scored 92 per cent of their Points in bidding and Only 8 per cent on play one trend in polish bidding is an increase in the number of bids used so As to show shape and strength More accurately in the 1963 team event at bad Enboden West Germany the poles took 302 bids to reach 44 slams while their opponents required Only 243 to a second trend is frequent use of preempts to steal bidding space from the opponents at the same time conveying distributional information to part Ner at bade Baden the poles used preempts thirty seven times and on these hands they scored a net gain of 48 inter National match Points particularly admired is the roman club system of the ital Ian world champions some of j whose ideas have found their Way into polish bidding the polish North South pair reached a grand slam at Spades on today hand when they met Iceland in the 1963 european North pass 1h 3s 4s 5h 6d pass East pass pass pass pass pass pass pass South 1c 2s 4d 5d 5nt 7s West pass pass pass pass pass pass opening Lead k c team championship their opponents at the second table stopped at six Spades souths on club opening was an artificial forcing bid his re bid and partners first two responses were natural four Dia monds was an asking bid North offering a negative reply of four Spades five diamonds by South was a repeat asking bid and this time he got a positive response North said five hearts to show the Ace of hearts and third round Diamond control five no Trump was a Trump asking convention and North with the King of Spades the agreed suit responded six Dia monds to show one High Trump Honor South now bid the grand slam at Spades and made it with ease he discarded one Diamond on the Ace of hearts and ruffed two diamonds on the Board Junior Board to meet members of the executive Board of Kittanning Ford City Junior woman club will meet at pm monday at the Home of mrs Dean Stewart 546 main St Ford City Back in ancient Days the Chin Ese used Gold cubes As part of their currency card party shrove tues feb 11 8 pm Spauls episcopal Parish House n water St Kittan Ninf a sponsored by Church school teachers projects donation 50c by mrs Elaine wadding Dot correspondent Nancy Lloyd Susan and Helen Livengood Sally Quinn Fred col Berg and Larry Martin have re turned to their classes at Indiana state teachers College Barbara Kammerdiener and Linda Martin have returned to Slippery Rock the students spent a vacation at their Homes Between semesters or and mrs James p Good visited several Days at the Home of their Soninlaw and daughter or and mrs William Kerr and family of Pittsburgh or and mrs Wayne Gray spent several Days visiting their Daugh ters and families or and mrs Joey Simon and son of Hyndman a and or and mrs William Kennedy and daughters of cum Berland my or and mrs Leonard Hoffman of Oil City visited mrs Elmer Mcintire and family or and mrs Edward wadding and daughter of Cooperstown visited or and mrs Don wadding and other relatives ocarina is an italian word mean ing Little Goose from the instruments resemblance to a Goose sunday specials roast Turkey with homemade noodles Virginia baked Ham sirloin tip steaks reefers restaurant formerly shaffer1 restaurant it Elderton on it 422 local Industry has open ing for one female office clerk must be Able to Type with phone switchboard experience preferred openings Are also available for male factory workers pos Sessing Good mechanical aptitude married applicants preferred must have High school education and pass required aptitude tests reply by letter to b o x care Leader times 21 fast s5h income tax returns title applications big stration plates marriage License learners permits affidavits Etc i hours to pm to pop 2000 it front courthouse phone Liberty 53411 Dean p Wyant Justice of the peace Carol Stover Secretary East Kittanning a James Gelacek i manager of Ameri can finance corporation receives Welcome from Kittanning area chamber of com Merce head Ray Joiner 2d from r As acc moves to new offices at 105 n Jeffer son of from old second floor location at 201 Market St l to r Are Gelacek Frank Zarzecki District manager of acc Dave Atkinson manager of c of c Joiner and contractor Kenneth Bricker of slate lick thinking of remodelling you name it we do it no Job too Large or too does it All f til til c 4 Oft Icilma hot 12b ceiling s896 refinished Birch panelling 4x8 m Claywood lumber coed Claypoole route 422 West Guy Woodring dial i 27591

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