Huntingdon Daily News (Newspaper) - March 27, 1991, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
DOCTORS' DAY — MARCH 27, 1991J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital thanks the members of its Medical Staff
IWe are grateful for their continued commitment and dedication to the health care needs of our community.
Bert J. Altmanshofer, D.P.M. Podiatry Winfricd M. Berger, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgery William L Bressler, M.D.
Internal Medicine Agnes IC Bunyor, M.D.
Ophthalmology Richard S. Buza, M.D.
Family Practice Thomas L. Carter, M.D.
Radiology David H. Clymer, D.O. Family Practice Ronald E. Costa, M.D„ F.A.CS.
Urology Joseph W. Depcnbusch, M.D. Pathology L. Richard DiDonato, M.D. Radiology Allen B. Ettenger, M.D.
Pediatrics Richard D. Ewell, D.M.D. Oral-Maxillofacial Surgeyy James L. Hardesty, M.D.
General Surgery James B. Hayden, M.D.
Family Practice Brian Hoover, D.P.M. Podiatry
Seated (first row) left to right: Dr. Philip E. Shoaf, Dr. David C. Zeigler, Dr. Drew J. Stet*, Dr. James E. Schall, Dr. Richard S. Buza, Dr. James L. Hardesty and Dr. H. Allen Strunk. Seated (second row) left to right: Dr. John H. May lock, Dr. Kenneth K. Lee, Dr. Thomas R. Mainzer, Dr. William L. Bressler, Dr. Theodore W. Shively, Dr. Agnes K. Bunyor, Dr. L. Richard DiDonato, Dr. Thomas L. CarterandDr. Robert C. Lamey. Seated (third row) left to right: Dr. Ronald L. Long, Dr. Kevin K. Lee, Dr. Bruce M. Lidston, Dr. Emil R.bzabo, Dr. James E. Savory, Dr. James B. Hayden, Dr. David S. Miller, Dr. Gary V. Wellman and Dr. Mark S. Balinger. Standing **08epk Depenbusch, Dr. Ronald E. Costa, Dr. Richard D. Ewell, Dr. Thomas C. Smith, Dr. Philip F. Dunn, Dr. Frederick E. Wawrose, Dr. David H. Clymer, Dr. Bruce L. Thomas, Dr. Christopher J. Patitsas, Dr. Brian Hoover and Dr. Bert J. Altmanshofer.
Frederick L. Jones, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgery Robert C. Lamey, M.D.
Internal Medicine Kenneth K. Lee, M.D. Obstetrics/Gynecology Kevin K. Lee, M.D. Anesthesiology Bruce L Lidston, M.D.
Pediatrics Ronald L. Long, M.D. Family Practice Thomas R. Mainzer, M.D. General Surgery
John H. Maylock, M.D.
Pathology Thomas R. Meloy, M.D.
Emergency Medicine Nicholas E. Mihelic, M.D. Orthopaedic Surgery David S. Miller, M.D. Family Practice Christopher J. Patitsas, M.D. Ophthalmology Edith B. Ross, M.D. Emergency Medicine James E. Savory, M.D.
Internal Medicine James E. Schall, M.D. General A Vascular Surgery
Theodore W. Shively, D.O. General Practice Philip E. Shoaf, D.O. General Practice Thomas C. Smith, M.D. Internal Medicine Drew J. Stctz, D.O. Otolaryngology/Head Sc Neck Surgery H. Allen Strunk Jr., D.O. Cardiology A. Keith Sutton, M.D. Family Practice Emil R. Szabo, M.D. Obstetrics/Gynecology Bruce L. Thomas, M.D., F.A.C.P. Internal Medicine Merle J. Thomas, M.D.
Emergency Medicine George E. Thorpe, M.D. Emergency Medicine Frederick E. Wawrose, M.D. Psychiatry Gary V. Wertman, D.O.
Family Practice David C. Zeigler, M.D. Ophthalmology
Ralmesh K. Agarwal, M.D. Otolaryngology
Chcston M. Berlin, M.D.
Pediatrics Lance De Francisco, M.D.
Gastroenterology' Richard H. Dixon, M.D. Oncology/Hermatology Joel B. Haight, M.D. Gastroenterology Sandra G. Loychick, M.D.
Neurology Donald F. Mandela, M.D. Gastroenterology Yogin Mehta, M.D.
Urology John H. Meloy, M.D. Internal Medicine/Oncology Carroll Osgood, M.D. Neurosurgery Thomas R. Pheasant, M.D. Ophthalmology/Retina] Specialist Robert E. Plummer Jr« M.D.
Radiology Laurence A. Primack, M.D. Neurology
Jeffrey Ramer, M.D. Pulmonary Medicine Earl S. Shope, M.D.
Pathology Jan S. Ulbrecht, M.D. Endocrinology/Diabetes
George M. Zlupko, M.D. Pulmonary Medicine
Mark S. Bolinger, M.D.
General Practice Thomas H. Cawthcm, M.D.
Pathology Philip F. Dunn, M.D.
General Practice Craig D. Eiscnhart, D.M.D.
General Dentistry Larry S. Fisher, D.D.S.
General Dentistry William C. Frazier, D.M.D.
General Dentistry Cordon G Handle, M.D.
Pathology James D. Hoosier, D.M.D. Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery Roy A. Himelfarb, D.D.S. Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery Harry H. Negley III, D.M.D.
Oral Surgery Donald M. Oakman, D.M.D.
General Dentistry Stanley C. Owen, D.D.S.
General Dentistry Mark A. Ritter, D.D.S
Brian K. Walker, M.D. Oncology/Hematology
Stephen M. Yovino, D.M.D. Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery Kim J. Wajda, M.D. Pathology
PHYSICIAN HONORARY STAFF
Robert H. Beck, M.D.
C. L. Iscnberg, M.D.
John B. Fillman, M.D. Charles R. Reiners, M.D. William W. Schock, M.D. Charles L. Schuckcr, M.D. Burgess A. Smith, M.D. William B. West, M.D. Theodore D. WhitscL M.D.
DENTAL HONORARY STAFF
Harry E. Huston, D.D.S.
PaQB 20 — THI DALY NEWS, Huntingdon, Saxton, Mount Union, Orbisonia, Pa., Wednssday, March 27, 1991
TOP SELLERS of the flower of hope, the bright yellow daffodils, for the Huntingdon County Unit of the Anteri* cm Cancer Society were the It member! of the Builders Club of the Mount Union Junior High School. The students sold 573 bunches for a total of $2,372. Once again, these students sold more daffodils than any other organization in the county. The club’s adviser is Polly Pauline. Top salesperson was Chris Portion with 36 bunches. Pictured, are the nine students who sold 20 bunches or more: seated, left to right, Tausha Kauffman, Chris Forsan, Kerry Strtusser and Sara Martin, and standing, same. Mike Wagner, Jamie Entires, Angie Banks, AJesia Hardy and Ella Kauffman.
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MEMBERS OF THE STANDING STONE GARDEN CLUB volunteered their time recently by separating and wrapping daffodils for delivery throughout the area for the American Cancer Society’* Daffodil Days. Volunteers shown are from left front, clockwise, Audrey Flanigan, Marcia Reynolds, Marilyn Bishop, Crystal McLaughlin, Neva Caries (hoidint banner), Alicia Wetmiller, president of the Standing Stone Garden Club, and Sue Hanks. The American Cancer Society recognizes the daffodil, not only aa the first flower of spring, but also as the symbol of hope—hope that cancer oui be cured in our lifetime.
Straight From SaxtonCalvary Christian students compete
Anna Marie Watson, Correa poodent
John and Jean Risbon have just returned home after spending a week and a half in Florida and South Caroli* na. First they spent time in Florida with their uncle aid aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Risbon. Then they went to visit their niece and nephew, Ann and Gary Lana in South Carolina. John and Jean were hoping for warmer weather while they were away; however, it was cold Blere too—they just didn’t have any snow.
Congratulations go to Shawn Husick for a job well done by placing fourth in the state wrestling tournament His
record is 115 wins and 9 losses.
Judy Leonard of Saxton won in a beauty pageant in Altoona on March 9. She ii the daughter of Jerry and Carol Leonard. We with her ‘good luck’ in her future competitions.
I was sad to hear of the loss of two area people—Carrie Spencer who had resided in Dudley and Raymond Swope who made his home st Saxton, R.D. I’m sorry to say I did not know Mn. Spencer, but I do know two of her children, Mn. Stella Myen and Mn. Jone Kline. I did know Mr. Swope, I was
A group of senior high school students from Calvary Christian Academy competed in the Keytone Christian Education Anociation Fine Arts Com-
Bn held at Blair County Christian I in Duncansville March Id During the individual events competition four Calvary students earned awards and two students were rated “Superior,*’ the highest rating given in the competition.
Senior Michael Oradwell was rated "Superior” in the Topical Preaching and junior David Griffin was also rated “Superior” in the Evangelistic Preaching category. Both students were
named by KOBA to compete in the American Association of Christian Schools National Competition to be held in Greenville, S.C., in April. It marks the first time the academy has earned a berth to compete in the National Competition.
In music, seniors Oay Glcrtny and Krystal Peachey both earned honorable mention status during their vocal solo performances.
Awards were also presented for the KCEA Senior High Testing Competition which had taken place several weeks earlier. Receiving honorable mention for scoring high on the tests
were: Becky Miller, David Griffin and Michael Grad well (history); Michael Gradwell (English); Becky Miller and David Griffin (New Testament knowledge); and Laurie Corbin (scoretart an science).
Two students earning "excellent ratings" were: Nathan Martin (English) and Becky Miller (Old Testament knowledge). The “excellent” rating is the second highest rating given.
On March 22 the Calvary junior and senior high students competed in the KCEA group events competition at the Cumberland Valley Christian School in
raised near his home in Middletown. My prayers go to both of their families.
Young rabbits ara known aa kits or kittens.