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Franklin News Herald (Newspaper) - May 9, 1986, Franklin, Pennsylvania Whether your budget allows a Little. Or a Little More. Well happily help you choose a gift for Mother and wrap it prettily too. Mother s Day Flowers amp plants at our every Day Low prices Blooming plants from 2.95 violets mums non Stop Bogonos impatiens Long lasting flowering hanging baskets fuchsias Bogonos impatiens Ivy geraniums non Stop from �?~9.95 Cut Flowers mini Rose bouquet handful of happiness bouquet �?~6.95 �?~5.95 and much More Bloom n things Cranberry mall 677-0234 hrs Mon. To sat. 10 to 9 00 Sun. 12 to 5 a Bright shoe Sale reds As current As it is classic femininity has bubbled Back into fashion with romantic colors we have the colors and now at a great savings now thru Oak of May 17th cd so off All color shoes colors included in Sale Pink yellow Lavender Turquoise red Multi color and paint splash Bonus 50% off color purses with Purchase of color shoes Shaw shoes 1252 Liberty St., Franklin viewpoint remember mama by i Sty Brown someone once said that our mothers Are the first Book we read and the last we put aside. How they dignify and distinguish us discourage or diminish us has lasting Impact. The hand that rocks the Cradle sets in motion our life expectations. Sally Field has credited her Mother for her Success As an actress a on Parent night in the eighth Grade i did three scenes from a Romeo and i must have been absolutely vile. But my Mother said a Sal you have magic a and i was fool enough to believe though Sally Field did become a major Star the Njegic that every Mother sees in her child is no less real. I he remarkable perception of author Alice walkers Mother is revealed in the unusual gifts she gave her daughter. Is. Walker author of a the color purple a a pulitzer prize winning Book and More recently a Steven Spielberg movie grew up poor As one of eight children of a Georgia sharecropper making $300 a year. She had Little to look Forward to. Until that is her Mother gave her three presents that changed her life a suitcase a sewing machine and a typewriter. A fall these gifts have wings a i see them flying a is. Walker once said in a to interview. A it was very Clear that my Mother was helping me escape helping me Fly away. It was particularly courageous on her part because she did no to know anything beyond the world of the exemplary lessons mothers can teach us were explored in a Mccall a article last fall titled a who gave them the dream a several Well known women recalled the influence of their mothers. Diva and director of the new York City opera Beverly Sills said her Mother taught her to have Faith in herself and aspire for Success a my Mother gave me the dream that it could be would be mine. Today even Shelley Eakin is honoured a bridal luncheon and Shower in Honor of miss Shelley Eakin was held recently in the Franklin club. The event was hosted by mrs. Stephen w. Eakin of Jacksonville fla., sister in Law of the Bride elect. The individual tables were decorated in natural and Light Blue entered with Bud vases of Blue and White carnations. Each guest received a miniature bridesmaid hat made of natural Straw and trimmed with Pale Blue Flowers and ribbon. The hats revealed the message a Shelley and Frank sept. 6, 1986.�?� the gift table was entered with a Blue and White Floral arrangement which was awarded to Cathy Kephart. An apron made by the hostess was passed to each guest who wrote a message and signed her name in liquid embroidery. The apron was then presented to the honoured guest. Twenty two guests attended the luncheon including those from Elmira . Orwell Ohio Indianola Morrisdale and Titusville. Miss Eakin is the Bride elect of Frank s. Bell of Indianola. Talking to my Mother on the phone is a treat and a treatment. In a cheerful and i wont be Defeated. These Are my two Best traits and i owe them to in the same article Jeane Kirkpatrick former . Ambassador to the United nations said her Mother showed her by example How to be a Good Parent a she was warm devoted accessible. My Mother was very Good at the traditional wifely and Motherly roles. I admired her More than i Ever sought and Mario Thomas told about her unusual italian grandmother who not Only Sang but played Drums a an unlikely Pursuit for a woman in earlier Days. A everybody wanted her to not do what she was doing. But a recalled miss Thomas a she just kind of chuckled and did what she wanted to such nonconformity gave Media Star Thomas the courage to be herself in her career and in Ber outspoken support of the women a movement. Mothers of course done to always have to inspire children to Heights of achievement. Sometimes their greatest contribution is their understanding. I have always liked a scene described by the late theater great Ruth Gordon in her Book a a my by the time she was 17, she knew she wanted to go on the stage. Her father however was set on her becoming a gym teacher. In a tense conversation at the dining room table one night she finally told him she did no to want to teach. A Why the hell not a he asked in disbelief. When he finally dragged it out of her that she wanted to be an actress he was outraged. Ruth smother interceded a Clinton some people get inspired Over some things others Over others. You got inspired to be a Sailor not a Carpenter like you said your father miss Gordon wrote a a could i believe my ears mama so for me so understanding so blessed Are the mothers who believe in us who guide Comfort and understand us a and who become beloved companions. Local gals meet Nancy Dunkle reigned As regular Queen of the week and ave Meade was the goalie Queen at the recent meeting of the local gals. New officers were in charge of the meeting. They include Carol Baker president Nancy Peterson vice president Dona Dempsey Secretary Georgia Peterson treasurer Mary Williams weigher Dixie Peterson weight recorder and Janice Switzer fines keeper. Each member chose a vegetable to represent themselves in a new contest started at this session. Forbidden food for the week is ice Cream. The a a Box was won by Dixie Peterson. Keep Drain Clear to keep the Drain from clogging with hair when bathing your dog stuff it with Nylon scouring net. Emf. . A. Lri Dav May �?~86 5 Franklin Bow meets Rosann Rookey Community relations director of Venango video was the guest speaker at the monthly dinner meeting held monday by the Franklin business and professional women a club. Mrs. Rookey explained the programming and operation of Venango video stating that it is a Public Access station. Mrs. Rookey a husband who is Dean of Venango Campus is also Active in Venango video. The meeting was in charge of Ruth Snyder and Bonnie Kir win. The Franklin group has received invitations to birthday parties at Oil City Titusville Erie and Meadville clubs any member wishing to attend any of these events should Contact Maxine Plait As soon As possible so that reservations May be made. Final plans were completed for the state convention which will he held at the Pittsburgh Hilton hosted by District i june 6,7 and 8. The Franklin club will co Host the awards luncheon and Maxine Platt Bonnie Kirwin and Doris of Neil will be attending As delegates from the Franklin club. Members Are reminded that 1986-87 dues Are now due and should be sent to Ruth Snyder . Box 288, Polk 16342. A bake and Craft Sale is ill be held at american Federal a Ings May 16 from la a m to n . To Benefit the Franklin a Bow projects for the coming year. Members will be contacted concerning participation and donations. An executive Board meeting of the 1986-87 officers will be held at 7 30 . May 9 at the Home of Maxine Platt for the purpose of selecting the various committees and chairmen for the coming year. The june meeting will be in charge of the past presidents Grace proper chairman Nancy Griffin Jennie Brandon Doris of Neil and Jean Doutt. Ibis will be Franklin a birthday meeting and mrs. Of Neil will install the incoming officers. Ladies Quartz sport watch and is of. Of maxims perfume yours for Only $15 with any maxims Purchase. Mom will love this exclusively designed White Oval watch and the exciting fragrance of Maxim s perfume both packed in a Lovely White gift Box. Come in while supplies last. Fragrances. The Bon ton Cochranton Bow honors students announcement is made of the engagement Ana forthcoming marriage of Monica Anne Sakalousky and Curtis Lee Alden. Miss Sakalousky is the daughter of mrs. Bonnie Lou Sakalousky of 130 Nesbit St. And the late William Albert Sakalousky of Munhall. Parents of the prospective bridegroom Are Richard and Shirley Alden of Cranberry re i. The Bride elect a 1974 graduate of Rocky Grove High school is employed by first Seneca Bank. Or. Alden was graduated from Cranberry area High school in 1974 and is employed by Franklin steel co. The couple Are planning a july 19 wedding. Maxims Bonus for mom free potted Flower with our compliments yours with any Puronas in our intimate Appa it or cosmetics dept we sup ply nuts one per customer sat May 10th Only the Bon Ion a it s Worth a trip from anywhere a shop the Bon ton Cranberry mall monday thru saturday 10-9, sunday 12-5 the Bon ton charge card a visa a Mastercard accepted a ask any sales associate about instant credit Donna Mcgrath letter of commendation for past and Pheba certificate of Merit for sat. Kelly a hobbies Are Reading listening to music and karate. Donna is the daughter of Lynn Mcgrath and Harold Mcgrath both of Cochranton. The Active student is involved in ski club statistician for the varsity football club volleyball and is on the varsity softball team. In april she visited the methodist College in Fayetteville n.c., where she has been accepted for the fall semester. Donna plans to major in management psychology. She is also looking Forward to travelling to new York City with her psychology class. Election of Bow officers is planned at the May meeting. It was announced that the Flower bulb orders have been received. A silent auction was held and tickets were sold at the april meeting. The club has received a letter from Charlotte Pierce asking club members for articles and pictures of the club for the state convention. Ten members Are planning to attend the state event. Members were told that one of the decisions facing National convention is the Sale of the National Headquarters building in Washington . Members attending the state convention May Board the bus in Franklin. It was announced that a Greenville members husband has been awarded the design of the Booklet cover for the state convention. Kelly Maloney was chosen april girl of the month by the Cochranton business and professional women a club and Donna Mcgrath received the honors for May. The recipients Are seniors at Cochranton Junior senior High school. Kelly is the daughter of Raymond and Edith Maloney of Cochranton re i. Her activities include football band Parade band concert band Pep band dance band county band brass ensemble National Honor society and lords and Canterbury society. Her awards include pig finalist . Achievement Academy English award National Merit scholarship corporation Monica Sakalousky pair plans july rites

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