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Greenville Record Argus (Newspaper) - May 24, 1986, Greenville, Pennsylvania Family i record Argus saturday May 24, in Page s a seniors of the week entrepreneur Hopes to clean up with business James Wilson James Wilson and Jeffrey Swartz have been named the seniors of the week at Mercer High school. James son of George and Patricia Wilson 462 East Butler St., Mercer is a member of the National Honor society letter Winner in academic games and participates in speech and wrestling. In his spare time James enjoys camping Hunting swimming Bowling and playing Tennis. He is the announcer for Mercer Little league. After graduation James plans to attend Pennsylvania state University to major in engineering. He has a sister Julie 21, and a brother Paul 20 Jeffrey Swartz Jeffrey son of Paul t. And Hildegunde Swartz Mercer re 2, participates in marching concert and jazz bands is vice president of chorus and a member of the National Honor society. He was named Grove City elks club student of the month and was selected to All Star jazz band and mid East regional band. His interests include playing soccer Tennis and basketball. Jeffrey plans to major in political science at Pennsylvania state University. He has two Brothers John and Jim. Bloomington 111. A Rainey Bee Herd dream of running her own business has been less than dreamlike at times. But if she had to do it again she would. Is. Becher of Normal sole proprietor of Rainey a custom cleaning has not always been an Independent businesswoman. Once she was a dental hygienist but being cooped up in a Small room eight hours a Day wore Down her enthusiasm for that career. So she passed the examination to get a securities License and worked evenings As a financial consultant. A divorce and two Small sons Christopher now 13, and Jonathan now to made that schedule unprofitable. A i needed to have some kind of a Job a she says a that would permit me to take care of my kids she did no to want to have to a take orders from someone else when i know darned Well they re in other words she wanted to be her own Boss. Establishing a housecleaning service seemed a logical step. She has been interested in cleaning techniques since she was a child. Other kids were Reading comics a she says a and i was Reading a hints from a the first six months is. Becher cleaned houses alone weekdays and sex Navy Man looks Back on life Reading Paap on the deck of a battleship at Anchor in 1907 off Bordeaux France Nathan h. Gery gazed at the French coastline. A today i am a Man a he told himself on his 21st birthday. He was in the Navy for a four year hitch serving with a the great White president Theodore Roosevelt had sent the Fleet on its first Goodwill cruise around the world in 1907 the gleaming White 16-Battlewagon Armada of heavy firepower carried 12,000 enlisted men. Gery a resident of the lutheran Home at Topton has no problem remembering his Navy travels even though he a 99 years old. He wanted to see As much of the world As he could As a Young Man. And the Navy showed him a lot of it. His ship visited Panama while the Panama canal was under construction he remembers the Beauty of tropical Samoa in the Pacific Ocean. He was in san Francisco soon after the earthquake that rocked that City and started widespread fires the disaster killed 452 people and caused an estimated $350 million in damage. Gery talked about seeing the Andes mountains from a Navy vessel headed off the coast of South America his wanderlust began Early. As a teen Ager a Job on the Railroad gave him the Chance to visit cities and hamlets of the United states but a a birthday tots in to broaden his horizons led him join when his stint As a Sailor was Over join the Navy. Ling the Job for 45 years before retiring in 1956 at age 70. After be retired a nationally circulated Railroad Magazine called him a the last of the he always wore a Necktie on the Job. Geisy admitted he was fastidious about his appearance on and off the Job. Railroaders helped each other make a living during the depression Gery said. Many full time employees gave up their a a runs for a Day or two a week so a extras Quot part timers would have some work he explained. A those Days we had kerosene headlights on our engines and in order to ring the Bell we had to pull a rope in the cab of the engine a he said. Gery compares his age with that of a National Symbol a the statue of Liberty and i Are the same age a he said Tiery will be too on july i. A few Days later july 4, there will be a National Observance of a lady Liberty so 100th birthday working on the Railroad in the Allentown area before world War i he returned to the Railroad As a a Boomer a or Job jumper in an Era when trains were pulled by steam locomotives. In the Early 1900s, Many Young men were Boomers. They got a Railroad Job and quit Only to sign up for a Job with another Railroad. They hopped from one Railroad line to another for adventure excitement and to see America. Gery said he lied about his age As a teen Ager to get his first freight train jobs As brakeman and fireman. His very first Job paid $1.90 for a 12-hour Day Job jumping on the rails paid enough to support Gery. It also gave him free passenger train passes which he used to see the nation Between jobs a once and done Job Gery tried was a a firing a shovelling Coal into a locomotives firebox. A it was awful a he said. A my wrists began to swell and the engine stay hot a railroading was dangerous and Many men were killed and injured he explained. Using Railroad passes Gery travelled what has been called the greatest achievement in railroading a the first transcontinental Railroad when Gery is wanderlust cooled he settled into a regular Job As Brake and for a number of years after the or migrants from Ellis Island coming Tiroui Way War. Gery remembers the in e Allentown by train on their the Coal Fields in the an Jeanette Moore died in 1974 the Gerys had four children one killed in Europe during world War ii. The it we y to and my % i in Fry if a. D Obi in a up. Wish a wow v i a a f in Quot a Quot of in a of r Fuff for x a f Foj of a a 4 i a Robert Erdesky Brandon Hoover Brandon David son of Rhonda and Tom Hoover Hadley re 2, is celebrating his third birthday today May 24. He has a sister Brooke Marie a Vic. Grandparents Are Dorothy Dyll Transfer Alfred Gilson Sharon and or. And mrs. Robert Hoover Hadley. Great grandparents Are or. And mrs. Harold Cooper Transfer or. And mrs. Robert Diefenderfer Florida and mrs. Freda Spier Greenville. Robert Michael son of Jack and Ronda Erdesky Jamestown is celebrating his first birthday today May 24. He has a brother John 74, and a sister Carrie 6. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. John Erdesky sr., Greenville mrs. Shirley Hyde Greenville and Ronald Hyde Erie. Great grandparents Are or. And mrs Frank Petrick Greenville or. And mrs. Robert Sherbondy. Allegany by. And mrs Pearl Hyde Ford City a. Others visit Gery frequently As do their six grandchildren and six great grandchildren Gery resided for most of his life in Allentown. Until about a year ago when was 98, he lived in an Allentown apartment. Although the years have taken a toll on his body his eyesight is excellent. He has never had to Wear glasses which helps explain Why he enjoys Reading newspapers. And his memories of the Good old Days when railroading was one Long Happy adventure remain vivid. White school reunion june 14 the White school reunion will be june 14 at i . At the White schoolhouse Fairview township featuring a Basket lunch. For More information Call 475-3069. Open houses Todd Plummer res graduate at Home of or. And mrs William Scott 670 Fredonia Road May 25, 6 to 8 . George Harnett cps graduate at his Home May 25,2 to 5 . Diane Aubel Bowman graduate at parents Mercer re 4 Nome May 24,2 to 4 . Eric Wimer los graduate Deena Rickert up graduate at Lakeview Middle school cafeteria May 25, 2 to 5 . Reader is curious about Why people cry dear Ann Landers something has been bothering me for years and i have never had the nerve to ask anyone for fear of revealing my ignorance. Will you help Over the years i am in my Middle 50s i have seen Many people cry 1 when they Are unhappy. But i also have seen people cry when they Are overjoyed. The most recent example was a woman who won $10,000 on the Dick Clark show a the $25,000 it was very exciting. She got her last 1 Correct answer a second before the time ran out. Three relatives dashed up from the audience and hugged her. She sat Down in a chair and cried Why Why Why a Plain ignorant in Chicago dear Chic according to the writings of or. Edmund Berglet a prolific freudian theoretician tears of happiness do not appear unless the Happy event has been preceded by a Long period of uncertainty despair and anxiety. The a a flood comes As a release of tension caused by All those negative feelings. Its interesting too How often laughter and tears Are separated by a hairs breadth. Sometimes laughter turns to tears a and vice versa. How complicated we Are dear Ann Landers i have a dear Friend who is driving me crazy. I will Call her she and her husband just celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary. They Are both 79 by Ann Landers Field enterprises inc. Din these folks really wanted us to years old. Tillie is upset because her husbands sex drive has slowed up. She says she is sure he Isnit seeing another woman because he is never out of her sight. I tried to explain that time takes its toll but she says she Hasni to lost a darn thing in that department and wonders Why he has. Can you explain it a confidentially speaking in new England dear confide a 79-year-old male should not be expected to perform sexually like he did when he was 22. Its Nice that Tillie does no to think she a lost a darned thing in that department but i suspect maybe her memory Isnit As Good As it used to be. Dear Ann Landers a few Days ago my husband and i received a wedding announcement in the mail. We noted the Date it was posted and it was on the Day of the wedding. The following Day we received an invitation to the wedding. It was mailed one Day before the wed attend the wedding Why did they Send the invitation so late that it would be impossible for us to attend and Why did we receive an announcement As Well As an invitation we Are Hurt and confused. Had the invitation arrived even three Days before the wedding we would have attended. Now we done to know if we should Send a gift. Your opinion of All these unanswered questions is wanted. A no City or state please. Just a baffled dear Baff sounds As if your invitation was mailed As an afterthought. I would be in no hurry to Send a gift. Dear Ann Landers when the hostess brother in Law left the dinner table and threw up in the sink she called the Guys wife in handed her a sponge and asked her to clean up the mess. You thought that was Okay. Why did no to she give that Slob the sponge and Tell him to clean it up a just asking in Conn. Dear just you have a Point. Many others wrote to ask the same question. I assumed the Guy was too sick but maybe i was wrong. How to a and How much find out with Ann Landers new Booklet a How what and when to Tell your child about for your copy Send 50 cents along with a Long stamped self addressed envelope to Ann Landers . Box 11995, Chicago 111. 60611. Cleaned offices evenings and weekends. She offered room and Board of and her own bedroom a to a College student in Exchange for baby sitting. As the number of clients increased she hired people to help her and she had six employees at the end of a year. Her sons helped her clean the offices. It was five years before she took a vacation and six years before she gave herself weekends off. Training and managing employees turned out to be her biggest problem. A i did no to realize i was going to have to push so hard to turn out a Good product a she says though she is pleased with her current workers. Turnover has been sizable. One year it was 65 employees for 12 positions the next year it was 40. Then there was the Day her dream seemed More like a Nightmare to employees walked off the Job together. A i just shut it Down for a week a she says. Keeping the vans operating and paying insurance premiums and taxes Nave been struggles too. But her natural enthusiasm keeps her going. A i feel a whole lot better about myself a she says. A i feel in control or. And mrs. Joseph Davis Ann Jones of my life. In be Learned about my capabilities and my she has had the flexibility to take her sons to and from school each Day to attend school programs and to be a scout Leader. Her sons have Learned about hard work that it a has to be done and it has to be done right. In be had a real Good shot at raising my kids a she says a and since they re both on the Honor Roll in a real proud of her advice for others with dreams of starting a sea l business be prepared to make a major commit ment for Many years. Her a Many years will be Over when her sons finish College Shell be 50 and her business will have served its purpose a a in a going to be ready to Start an entirely new life a she says. A a in a looking Forward to the next Jones Davis Are wed Ann Renee Jones daughter of or. And mrs. Harold l. Jones Mercer and Joseph Anthony Davis son of or. And mrs. William e. Davis Mineral Point pa., were married May 3 at Coolspring presbyterian Church. The Rev. Philip Chalfant officiated at the 11 30a.m. Service. Richard Croskey was organist for the ceremony and soloists were Curt and Janene Minshull cousins of the Bride. Patty Peterson Friend of the Bride was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were Kathy Miller sister of the Bride and Jane Anderson Friend of the Bride. Stephanie Minshull Cousin of the Bride was Flower girl. Dale Hills Friend of the Groom performed the duties of but Man and Ushers were Nick Subasic and Tom Peterson friends of the Groom. Ryan Hills was ring bearer a reception followed in the Church social Hall and Clark municipal building. After a wedding trip to the poconos the couple is residing in Transfer. The Bride is a graduate of Mercer High school and Crawford county vocational technical school in the licensed practical nursing program. The Groom is a graduate of Conemaugh Valley High school and attended Pennsylvania state University Shenango Valley Campus. The brides parents were hosts for the rehearsal dinner in the Church social Hall. Abundance of tasty recipes feature veal Scott Bartel Bartel accepted at Grove City Scott Allan Bartel son of or. And mrs William Bartel 105 Coal Bank Road Greenville has been accepted at Grove City College. Bartel plans to major in engineering. At Reynolds High school he is a member of the National Honor society varsity a a re club science and math club latin and German club track and Cross country. Calendar 1 saturday Hospital auxiliary volunteers shop a daily chairman Helen Straub Nancy Ridgeway Charlotte Fenton Thomasine Pfaff Verna Miller receptionists Corinne Renwick. Marc Stewart cart Phyllis Donner shop Volunteer Sherry Fenton Lisa Hin Man Nancy Johnson Tonya Chason Wendi Smith. St. Paul Homes volunteers Alice Sharp Elizabeth Kline Dave Frew. Star promenades at Lakeview High school Calls Ray Marsch 8 toll . Sunday Hospital auxiliary volunteers shop a daily chairman Lois Menke Jane Pence Kathy Heins receptionists Becky lawyer Violet Eakin shop volunteers Terri Johnson Billie Shields Patty Mcglade. St. Paul Homes Volunteer Ruth Schmidt. Staff a singles Ful veal thoroughly to make Salt and Depoe it wont be Tough Blanquette is 4 ounces boiled Lite Stew thickened with egg lobster tails by Tom Hoge a wine and food writer there seems to be no limit to recipes featuring veal and people still Welcome new ones. I know i do. Veal poses problems however once the calf has passed the age of 14 weeks veal starts to turn into beef without the marbling of fat that makes adult beef tender. Winch is one reason Why the French have mastered the Art of Blanquette de Veau or simmering doubtful veal sure a White Stew thickened with egg Yolks and Cream plus a few drops of Lemon juice. You poach the meat for about an hour then reduce it to below boiling Point As the egg sauce is blended in to Cep the mixture from curdling. Veal is not a Universal favorite in America perhaps because of the High Price. But it has Long been an attraction in new Orleans where the cuisine is mainly Continental and it has become popular in new York and other Eastern cities where interest in european dishes has soared since world warn but the main problem is Cost. In Italy where pasture land is limited Farmers Slaughter their calves to save fodder and make a Quick profit. But on the great Cattie spreads of America where grass and Grain abound the rancher lets his cattle grow to maturity where the meat yield is higher Ana More profitable. One French specially i like is Esca Lopes de Veau. If the Price of truffles called for in the recipe is too High. You can substitute Black olives 2 ounces butter 8 thin slices veal about i Pound Salt and Pepper to taste 4 ounces boiled Rock lobster tails 8 thin slices Black truffles or Black Olive slices i cup sauce Bearnaise Anchovy paste melt butter in a Saucepan Sprinkle veal on both sides with Salt and Pepper saute veal until Brown on doth sides place veal slices on warmed serving plates Cut lobster tails into 8 equal slices. Heat lobster and truffle slices in drippings. Divide lobster and truffles onto veal slices. Cover with sauce Bearnaise which has been warmed. Garnish each veal slice with a ribbon of Anchovy paste. Serves 4. Fellowship Bowling Greenville Bowling lanes 4p.m. Staff a singles Fellowship volleyball first United methodist Church 7 30 . Scott Kremm and Jenny Noel open House at Virgil Kremm Home 260 Wasser Bridge Road 2 to 8 p. In. Monday memorial Day Raisch log Cabin tenth Street Hermitage demonstrations on spinning tin pattern piercing Rug hooking 2 to 5 . Tuesday Hospital auxiliary volunteers shop a daily chairman Kay Copenhaver Janet Bren Neman Peggy Jones Evelyn Mathews Kay Ruhlman Helen Barry Evelyn Armer Argina Strosser receptionists Grace Redmond. Sally love cart Jean Chandler adult aide Scott Dambacher shop volunteers Laurie Robbins Dianna Young escort service. H Art Man a. Ruffing r. Woodworth. G. Bilog j. Carey r. Gerhard a. Harbert. Greenville area Public Library volunteers Julie Grove Lois Orr Peggy Baker Mary tam St. Paul Homes volunteers Elinor Stuyvesant Bud Snyderwine Ralph Sibley Daisy Adams Anna May Frew protectors Circle american legion sack lunch 11 30a.m. Women a association Spring luncheon first presbyterian Church noon. American legion auxiliary unit 140, american legion 12 30p.m. Clarks Mills tops 898, new Vernon Grange 6 . Tops Zions reformed Church weigh in 6 pm girl scout Cadette first United methodist Church 6 pm Transfer tops 1010, Zions United Church of Christ Transfer 6 30 p. In. 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 pm Jamestown cub scout pack 53, Jamestown presbyterian Church 7 . Staff a singles Fellowship Bible study first presbyterian Church 7 30 . Ladies Home league menus Fellowship Salva Tion army 7 30 . Alcoholics Anonymous Zions reformed Church 8 30p.m. Alanon Zions reformed Church 8 30 . Styk Mvi newlyweds save Money values by subscribing to the record Argus Call 588-5000 ask for a advertising if you would like your business included in our Quot bridal showcase Finch Beauty vat a vol Wurn <trumtok�4 u remix adm. a tar thud la a Knut a at y4k it am <4 aril a xvii Hou Waal t tis null no a Cut Ala a ilk. 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