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Greenville Record Argus (Newspaper) - April 5, 1986, Greenville, Pennsylvania A seniors of the week Mother helps deaf daughter live Normal life Kathleen Macko Kathleen Macko and Rochelle Kaulen have been named the seniors of the week at Greenville High school. Kathleen Ann daughter of George and Becky Macko 109 North High St., is a member of the National Honor society and was a finalist for a pig scholarship. Her activities at Greenville include the French club student Council Thiel scholars and being statistician for the basketball team. In her spare time Kathleen enjoys Reading and Bike rifling. She plans to attend Allegheny College Meadville to major in math. Kathleen has three Brothers George David and Michael. Rochelle Quot Shelly daughter of David and Patt Kaulen 13 Quarry Rochelle Kaulen Hill Road is a member of the health careers club National Honor society yearbook staff and is a senior Monitor. She received a National Merit scholarship letter of commendation and the scholar student award at the University of Pittsburgh. Shelly a interests and activities include playing the piano attending first Church of god where she was socializing. After graduation Shelly plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh to major in nursing specializing in paediatrics. She has a brother Tim. Allentown a. A at age 3, Mary Ellen Huber was pronounced profoundly deaf. Her parents Joan and Richard Huber of Allentown were told their daughter could not function in a Normal classroom or environment. She would never be Able to hear. She would not acquire speech and language the Way a Normal person could. Nothing could be done for her. Were it not for her mothers persistence and determination that her daughter would live a Normal life Mary Ellen could Well have lived out her life in a silent world. Joan vehemently refused to accept professionals advice to place Mary Ellen in a residential school for the deaf. Repeatedly she was told by therapists that if Mary Ellen was deprived of learning other methods of language she would be without adequate Means of communication. She be Able to speak or sign. But her Mother was Adamant a her daughter would speak she would not be handicapped she would Lead a Normal life. In his recently published Book. Quot sound Waves David Colley of Easton tells of Joan Hubert a struggle to find a Way to help her daughter learn to speak. He talks of Joan meeting a neighbor whose child also was deaf but speaking who led her to the clinic which helped Mary Ellen out of her silent world into a Normal life. It is a remarkable Story of a it. It was logical and if deaf educators were open minded they would realize that deaf children could be taught to hear and speak a the Book says. Beebe Colley notes takes All children As they come in off the Street. There a no selection at the Beebe clinic. Quot about 80 percent of our students Are successfully mainstreamed with Good speaking and hearing skills. Mary Ellen will be Able to go to school and be like most Normal children. Shell hear and speak just like any other child. You can expect Mary Ellen to be Normal a the Book says. With that message Joan went Home feeling ebullient and confident. But she realized too that there was a great Deal of work on her part As 8 Well As her child a in the years to come. Every waking minute had to Honey sweetener since Olden times by Tom Hoge a wine and food writer one of the treats i looked Forward to As a boy was when my Mother baked the weeks bread Ana gave me a slice spread with a thick coating of Honey. To this Day i eat pancakes with Honey and spread it on homemade muffins. This delectable syrup made by bees from the nectar of plants is said to be our oldest sweetener and the Only one most Cooks used until modern methods of sugar refining were perfected in the 19tn Century Many americans still use Honey in making cake and puddings. And some prefer it to sugar in Tea and other hot or cold drinks. Honey was originally gathered from the hives that wild bees made in rocks and Trees. In later years the bees were encouraged to place their hives near monasteries castles and farm gardens. Today the Honey we eat is usually taken from the hives of tame bees. It is Best stored in tightly covered containers and kept in a dry place. Honey is said to have a storage life of several months but it is often kept much longer i am told that old time German Cooks refused to use Honey until it had aged for about a year. In Frances Rhone Valley where bees abound there Are dozens of types of Honey. Lavender Honey is one of the most popular there but the bees find nectar from Many other sources in the Valley including grasses and herbs. Thus the Aromas Jeffrey Lewis to attend i up Jeffrey t Lewis son of Duane and Jacqueline Lewis 182 Conneaut Lake Road has been accepted at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He plans to major in business Lewis a senior at Greenville High school is a letter Winner in track and football and member of student Council. Bitter is finalist Sandi bitter daughter of Ron and merrily bitter Mercer re 2, and a senior at Mercer High school is one of 500 finalists in the Jos tens foundation Leader scholarship program bitter was one of More than 18,000 High school students throughout the United states who applied for the award. Two Hundred fifty $1,000 scholarships will be awarded this Spring. Selection of the finalists is based on outstanding achievements in school and Community activities leadership experience and academic excellence. Finalists who receive scholarships will certificates of recognition. Birthday Tot Jeff Rev Lew is it is a remarkable Story of a Young Mother trying desperately to find a Way for her daughter to grow up in the hearing Community As an Active member singing and playing just As any Normal child. This began to happen when the hubers discovered Beebe clinic situated in a one Story building on College Hill near Lafayette College in Easton. The Story actually begins there the Day of Mary Ellen a interview with Helen Beebe director of the Helen Beebe speech and hearing clinic. The clinic is devoted solely to the a uni sensory approach. The Center concentrates on developing the impaired sense of hearing rather than teaching a person to compensate by depending on other senses. Their unique method is based on the premise that All but a few deaf children have some residual hearing which can be tapped and developed through years of arduous work language is Learned step by step from the first visit Joan was assured there was Hope for Mary Ellen. In the Book Beebe relates How she had taken other profoundly deaf children developed their residual in Natl Quot there was be devoted to training Mary Ellen. Joan was told that the training was the responsibility of the Parent not the clinic. Beebe said a i punch every night at five. You will Seldom have a rest from your work. But if you succeed. You will have a child who Speaks and hears instead of one who uses sign Mary Ellen was enrolled in the clinic for the following september term for a course of therapy that continued on varying schedules Well into her teen age years. It was a tedious haul. It was discipline and hard work and it was the Only Way deaf children would succeed according to Beebe. There were Days of tantrums and rage. Many hours in a Day were spent with Mary Ellen. Joan began formal lessons with the child several times a Day and Learned to plan the sessions Well in Advance. Mary Ellen began to say Many words now she had to Start using sentences. Soon it was time for Nursery school. Now she was launched she had reached the Milestone. When Mary Ellen was tested by audiologists they were astounded a in the service Troy thrasher is officer of month Navy storekeeper third class Troy r. Thrasher of the Supply department at the naval education Ana training Center has been selected Petty officer of the Quarter. Thrasher a native of Greenville entered the Navy in 1980. After recruit training at the naval training Center great lakes 111., he attended storekeeper Quot a school and then submarine school in Groton Conn. His assignments have included duty aboard the Fleet ballistic missile submarines will Rogers and the Kameh aha. He also served aboard the ammunition Oiler Seattle. Thrasher reported to net in november 1984 and was assigned the purchasing agent for net in building 47. His responsibilities include making All open Purchase buys of under $1,000 for net. He is the son of Carol thrasher Greenville and the late Gary thrasher. He is married to the that a child with such profound hearing loss could hear so Well. Beebe a theory obviously was working. Mary Ellen was now equipped with a separate Aid for each ear something Beebe had recommended previously. Two aids made a difference and the child a teachers noticed the improvement. The years went by and each year there was greater improvement. Two years ago Mary Ellen graduated from Dieruff High school no one was prouder than her parents. Today at 21, Mary Ellen Huber is As Normal As her Many hearing friends. She is employed and her speech is nearly Normal with some impediments Colley Points out. Her hearing is remarkable. Quot but speech is not the Only measure of Mary Ellen a Success a Colley says. Quot of All Beebe s students she has the most remarkable hearing most deaf people Are adept at filling in conversational gaps by re. Ding lips expressions Ana body language. Mary Ellen can carry on a conversation across the room or while not looking directly at her she is a Young woman who can get on with her life. Troy thrasher former Pamela Cormier the couple has one son months old. Gary Joseph three chess accepted at Gannon do not receive Sandy Lake aglow to meet Sandy i Ike women s aglow will Honor Mary Gay on tuesday at 5 45 at a Tureen dinner in Fellowship Nail of United presbyterian Church. Route 173, North of Sandy Lake. Table service Rolls and beverages will be provided. Bring a Tureen. A graduate of the Philadelphia College of the Bible mrs Gay has Cas auxiliary has meeting to i diary met tuesday at the children a Home Mercer when executive director Edna Bennington welcomed four guests Joan luge Mercer Mertie Remaley Greenville Betty Gibson Mercer and Gloria Harakal. Farrell Bennington conducted a tour of the Home for the guests officers for 1986 87 were elected president Carol Graham. Mercer vice president Dorothy fetterhoff Mercer Secretary Helen fair Grove City treasurer. Pat Stefanik Hermitage corresponding Secre hearing and taught them language. Of Lyme Rosemary Marjoram and nothing magical a bout xov3tej.h�?o Here is a recipe for a Honey Glaze which i find Good on Coffee cake cup sugar v4 cup butter i unbeaten egg White v4 cup Honey i Teaspoon Lemon juice i Teaspoon cardamom Cream together the sugar and butter and blend in the egg White. Add Honey Lemon juice and cardamom. Mix Well and spread on a 9-by 13-Inch Coffee cake that is ready to be baked. Place in oven preheated to 350 degrees and bake about 25 minutes. To obtain other recipes taken mostly from Tom Hoges gourmet Comer Over the past years Send $2 for your copy of �?o101 recipes to gourmet Comer a new features 50 Rockefeller Plaza. New York. By 10020. Served As a missionary for Many years As Well As a teacher at the manna Bible Institute currently she leads the prayer Vigil a citywide prayer Fellowship and travels extensively through the United states and Canada she has written a Book entitled Quot nuggets of Gold for fire tary Carol Smith Greenville and historian. Joan Book Mercer. Tickets Are available for a cooking demonstration june to at Penn Power from 7 30 to 9 plans for the fall chinese auction were discussed. Hostesses were Helen fair and Carol Graham the next meeting is May 6 at la a in. When officers will be installed. The Board is in charge of the luncheon a silent auction will follow and those attending Are asked to bring items Duane chess has been accepted for admission to Gannon University Erie for the fall 1986 semester chess son of or. And mrs. John chess Hadley is a senior at Commodore Perry High school he has been Active in basketball. Math club and the stage Crew. He is an Honor student member of the National Honor society and the presidential Honor society an academic All american Ana has been named to who a who among american High school students. He also received the . National leadership Merit award. Chess serves As Sheakleyville Volunteer fireman. New York apr for a Stellar dessert to commemorate the return of Hailey a Comet wine expert Aldo Cella suggests an Quot extra Cellestial cake a a White cake Flavoured with cherries and wine decorated with a Comet sweeping across the top. Duane chess a Calendar a ledge Joshua suntheimer Joshua Emery son of Paul and Cecelia suntheimer 50 Eagle St., is celebrating his second birthday today april 5. He has a brother Tony to. Grandparents Are Amos and Ann Augustine 320 Fredonia Road and Ruth Burnett 73 Williamson Road great grandmother is mrs. Tofie Banic 9 Lincoln ave. Mary Jane Rebekah Mary Jane Rebekah Lodge 496 met recently with Martha Belle Clark presiding state officers were elected with Marion Fisher and Leona Roberts acting As tellers memorial donations were sent to Orchard Manor in memory of Lida Larimer and Lafayette Roberts. Donations were also sent to mile of pennies presidents night arthritis foundation and the Atlantic Rebekah Lodge. Jessie june Holzapfel is the Delegate to the annual meeting at Carlisle from june 15 to 20. Two resolutions of respect were signed by Pearl Hosack Anna Graham and Anna Cochran. Fifteen including 12 past Noble grands attended. Susan l. Snyder earns scholarship Susan l. Snyder daughter of or. And mrs. Ronald Snyder 23 Chambers ave., Greenville received the Anna Fisher scholarship awarded to worthy presbyterian students. She is a Sophomore International relations business major at Juniata College Huntington and a 1984 graduate of Greenville High school. Photographer defends fellow amateurs dear Ann Landers in a writing in defense of a Friendship kaput a the Man who refused to videotape his Friend s wedding. He used Good judgment. Very few Amateur photographers Are qualified to photograph weddings. Most with Good reason Are afraid to try. This letter is not intended As a put Down to the Brave ones who will risk it. They have my respect. But they also have my sympathy. I am an Amateur photographer who is occasionally asked to photograph a wedding. After a couple of embarrassing disasters i now staunchly refuse As an act of Friendship. Strange How a Young couple or their parents will spend $1,000 for professionally arranged Flowers $300 for a professionally decorated cake and $800 for a professionally made gown. The morning after the ceremony the Flowers have wilted the cake is eaten and the gown is Hung in a dark closet. Yet to save a few dollars people will ask an Amateur to produce something that will last forever and be one of their most cherished possessions. When my wife and i were married we were on an extremely tight budget. To this Day my biggest regret is that we did no to borrow the Money to hire a first rate photographer to capture forever those wonderful unforgettable moments. In my opinion to percent of the total Cost of a wedding is not too much to pay a competent professional photographer. I wish we had enterprises inc. Had the Good sense Topeka Reader to do it. A dear top did i Ever hear from professional photographers you Detter believe they All said the same thing but you Saia it Best. Dear Ann Landers your Humble apology for Jour ignorance of Blue milk put me in mind of the parody of lie Lett Burgess famous a purple the original quatrain is i never saw a purple cow. I never Hope to see one. But i can Tell you this right now a id rather see than be one. The parody i never saw a purple cow i never Hope to see one. But judging by the milk we get there certainly must be one a g i. Mcewen sophisticated people this question and nobody seems to know the answer. Can you Tell me the proper Way to address a letter to a widow a wish to get it straight in Willowdale dear wish the widow of John Smith should be addressed after his death the same Way As during his lifetime a mrs John Smith. A Good Way to remember this is to keep in mind that your beloved husband May have passed away but his name is yours forever. Dear Ann Landers my problem is neared to those that Many people write about but it inconsequential com dear g d for the Day. Thanks for my laugh dear Ann Landers in be asked several informed i thought and is driving me up the Wail. A woman in our office constantly whistles to the piped in music. Not Only does she whistle out of tune but she often whistles a different song altogether. She distracts me from my work and i feel that i am not giving the Job my Best. Others in the office Are also annoyed but no one has the nerve to say anything. Do i have the right to ask her to Stop she is not easy to get along with and i done to want her for an enemy. A uptight in san Leandro Calif. Dear up the right to swing your Arm ends where the other fellow s nose begins. Tweety Bird has no right to interfere with your ability to do your work. Simply say Quot in a sure you Arentt aware of it but your whistling bothers people. Thanks for helping us All put in a full Days work. Saturday recycling project reclamation building Packard Park bundled newspapers aluminium and Glass properly prepared 9 a in. To noon Chicken and biscuit dinner at Stateline United methodist Church serving 4 to 8 pm. Staff a singles Fellowship Square dance at Vernon Grange carpool from first presbyterian Church 8 30 . Sunday Hospital auxiliary volunteers shop a daily chairman Lois Menke Pat Herrick Pat Scott Kathy Jones Darla Engstrom receptionists Cecil Perrine Jane Mccright shop volunteers Brenda Herrick Dale Dershimer Amanda Cartwright. Staff a singles Fellowship volleyball first United methodist Church 7 30 . Monday Hospital auxiliary volunteers shop a daily chairman Janet Bren Neman Norma uber Edith Laird Martha ferry Donna Mcwhirter Lawanda Johnston Nina Williams Helen Butterfield cart Helena Boyd receptionists Betty Donner Charlotte Milam shop volunteers Carla Johnson Kay Sorber escort service Bob Kimmy Bill Bowman John Culp Carl Golden lob Heasley ted Mills Bob Williams. Monday duplicate Bridge club Greenville recreation Center game Arranger Madolyn Ewing pm. Brownies first United methodist Church 4 15 . Greenville tops 328, Greenville recreation Center weigh in 6 . Boy scout troop 99, Maysville Community Church 7 . Boy scout troop 72, salvation army 7 . West Salem firemen a auxiliary at fireball 7 . Lady Augusta Rebekah Lodge 297, american legion 7 30p.m. Tuesday Hospital auxiliary volunteers shop a Kay Copenhaver Jan Gebert Luella Stoyer. Helen Minetti Marie Eady Patti Boura lil Mcjunkin Olga Paulovkin Jeanne Barker cart Rosemary Jones receptionists Mary Biga. Bernice Pringle adult aides Anna Knauff Scott Dambacher shop Volunteer Becky free escort service Howard Artman r. Woodworth George Billie Jay Carey Russ Gerhard Art Harbert Albert ruffing Greenville area Public Library volunteers Martha Dearment Nancy Ridgeway Barbara Poolos Bud Snyderwine Jolly Hilltop homemakers meet with Ruth Smith 10 30a.m. Jamestown study class at Home of Almira Cashdollar lesson by Julie Harris and fran Mckay 2 . Sandy Lake women a aglow Sandy Lake United presbyterian Church 6 . . Missionary society with mrs Richard Bartosh 6 30 . Transfer tops 1010, Zions United Church of Christ Transfer 6 30 . Boy scout troop 55, at first Baptist Church 6 30 . Den 2, first United methodist Church 6 30 . Over eaters Anonymous Zions reformed Church 7 . Solo moms and dads children said society Mercer 7 30p.m. Staff a singles Fellowship Bible study first presbyterian Church 7 30p.m. Sheakleyville firemen a auxiliary at fireball 8 . Greenville area newcomers club Board meeting with Gail Despoy 15 Manor View drive 8 . Alcoholics Anonymous Zions reformed Church 8 30 . Al anon Zions reformed Church 8 30p.m. A amp Hiwasse have a we doing that custom made to suit your needs outfit of bridal potty can a Cro Tad from the Mony patterns fabric and talc Tad supplies available visit us for that personal touch 170 main St. Greenville 568-2248 touch to of Beauty a Van i my a _ and Inq la in us in it my lit Ort la a inn in intr to duct m in it it it or Xvi run i i in mfr tin Iii nut \ Cid Nav hat <41 a lit j Fyk hit i Ai by in 14 Kiwi it i la no a air 4k ii in a h Arlt fed Greenville Plaza 412 588-7765 official bridal Headquarters for Low prices Quality and. Friendly service free Tuxedo for the Groom tit or More re toil 38�?� regular Tuxedo 41�?� Tai coat to off Reg Neww Helen Breed s bridal amp Tuxedo Shenango Valley mall Hurmi Najr Sharoni open daily to Arov pm Sun. 1-5 981 of willing photo mat Hon Leary photography j amniotic 932-3804 brim life gift it one Way to let family and Friend know a what you la need. 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