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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 5, 1990, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania The daily news Huntingdon Saxton mount Union Orbisonia Pat saturday May 5 1990 Page 3 Dudley us Church Center dedicated tribute to activists members and guests of the Dudley United methodist Church dedicated the Church new Fellowship Center during services held at the Church saturday afternoon april 21 Over 130 people Loo part inthe program conducting the program was the Rev Fred Hickok of Robertsdale Pas Tor of the Church and the Rev Robert Zanker Altoona District superintendent United methodist Church who delivered the dedication address prior to the program a Brief rib Bori cutting ceremony was held in front of the new Hall taking part were revs Zanker and Hickok Rose Mcghee administrative Council chairperson Jay Wise and Cletus Burke trustees june Clapper Church Secretary and Emma Houck arid Julia Han await two of the Church oldest members the new Hall constructed at a Cost of by Nelson Nead general con tractor of three Springs is a 30 it by 50 it Frame Structure comprised of a ground floor and a basement the ground floor features a spacious social room arid Kitchen the basement has a Utility Doorn and a Large unfinished room to allow for future expansion and activities the Church plans to use the Center for numerous Church related social functions banquets Bible school sunday school and Community oriented functions it is Energy efficient throughout heat is provided by a hot water Oil fired boiler All Walls feature six inches of insulation behind drywall and panel ing there is 12 inches of insulation in the attic the outside Wall on the Street Side is faced with red Brick All other Ryalls have aluminium siding the Community Center replaces the former two Story Dudley Community Hall which was located on the same site constructed in 1924 the old Hall had become structurally unsafe and after much soul searching the Congre gation voted to tear it Down and build a new Hall the old Hall was torn Down in june 1989 with work on the new facility getting underway in August the Structure is somewhat smaller than the old Hall presenting the Fellowship Center symbolically for dedication was administrative Council chairperson Rose Mcghee Secretary june Clapper presented an attractive plaque to Cletus Burke who volunteered his time to oversee the construction Burke spent countless hours at the site making on thespot decisions and serving As inspector Mcghee presented a plaque to mrs Clapper in appreciation for the Many hours she spent on the paperwork for both the Hall project and Church business four former pastors and their wives were in attendance As special guests theuay withe Rev Robert Marsden arid the Rev David each took a few moments to look Back Oil their years at with memories they recalled old friends and amusing incidents and expressed their appreciation to Theeo a Levof Dudley for helping to prepare them for future pastorate i his keynote address Rev Zanker expressed his congratulations to the participants in a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Dudley United methodist Church Fellowship Cen Ter included left to right the Rev Robert Zanker Ait Pona District superintendent United methodist Church Rose Mcghee administrative Council chairperson Leonard Jay Wise and Cletus Burke trustees Julia Han await and Emma Houck two of the Church oldest members Church Secretary june Clapper and the Rev Fri Hickok Church pastor Dudley congregation on a very historic moment he called upon christians to Cele brate and witness to celebrate gods love and gods Grace As expressed in the death and resurrection of Jesus and to witness to those who do not know the Good news according to Rev Zanker a Church is not a building but people he called upon the congregation to use the new Center to reach out to others one turned around life is Worth More than backs and mortar the pastor said and finally he called upon Christ ians to live their lives As an example to others the people of god Are the Churchman visible you must convince an unbelieving world special music was provided by the United methodist choirs from Saxton Hope Well and Broad top and a special selection was Sun by Tom Mcghee of Dudley in his remarks Rev Hickok paid Tri Bute to the congregation for its hard work and financial support of the project he thanked the congregation for Mer members and former residents whose past present and future financial support made the project a reality a 550000 loan was obtained from the first National Bank of Saxton about s29000 in contributions has a rpm lowing reprogram in the Church members and guests enjoyed a banquet in the Center which was catered by Happy hollow restaurant of Saxton re 1 a 24page Booklet was produced for the program it contains the history of the Church and the Dudley Community Hall As Well As photos and data on the new Fellowship Center the Booklet was produced by Jon and Judy Baugh Man of Dudley buy one medium Pepperoni lovers pizza for 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and trustee Cletus Burke dance mount Union vow Post 5754 sat May 5 Force of habit 101 members sponsored Guc jts i Kitchen open sundays 7 pm Early Bird at pm Huntingdon vow All Welcome mrs thur Fri 11 Mapleton american legion Post nomination of officers pm May 8 1990 election of officers pm june 12 1990 t redemption Valur hut three Springs firemen Lions 1st Parade during their annual carnival sat May 26 1990 anyone wishing to participate in our first Parade such As marching groups floats bicycles horses and miscellaneous items should Call 4483775 or 4482569 by Ron Morgan Dally news staff writer Iri unison with National tourism week May 1319 the Huntingdon county tourist promotion Agency he spa will pay tribute to local activists in travel development Agency annual appreciation dinner set for 7 pm wednesday May 16 the Ray town country inn serving As guest speaker for the dinner program will be John p guess of Greensburg re a Well known entertainer arid Public relations specialist guess a teacher for 30 years and an accomplished chef for 10 years is extremely Active in the promotion of travel development in Pennsylvania John York executive director of the he spa explained that this years tourism awareness Day Observance will be highlighted with the presentation of the annual he spa tourism i promotion recognition award the local dinner program will fall on the heels of the signing of a Spe Cial proclamation by gov Robert p Casey on Friday May 4 in Harris Burg recognizing National tourism awareness week National state and local travel promotion officials Are citing the importance of tourism which ranks As the second largest Industry in Pennsylvania behind agriculture and the second largest employer in the nation health services ranks in Celebration of the travel Indus try social cultural and economic contributions to the us president George Bush has signed into Law a joint Resolution from the us con Gress proclaiming the third week of May As National tourism week according to data released by the us travel data Center a National non profit research Center preliminary estimates for 1989 suggest that travel expenditures across the nation supports Over six million jobs with a billion payroll while ranking As the first second or third largest employer in 39 states additional research indicated that on a National level travel generated expenditures came in at Over billion last year representing 67 percent of the Gross National product John p guess an estimated billion was generated in 1989 in Federal state and local fax revenues from tour ism these taxing monies were help Ful in building new schools arid highways while also supporting Many other important Corn Unity services travel officials pointed out other data collected by the United states travel arid tourism administration indicated that roughly 34 million foreign visitors travelled to the Usa in 1989 spend ing Over billion for goods and services including passenger fares ii was explained that excluding passenger fares foreign visitor expenditures supported an estimated 571000 jobs with a payroll income of almost billion dollars in addition foreign visitor expenditures also resulted in billion in Federal billion in state and million in local tax revenues travel development officials said remarked York tourism is important to the Economy of the nation As a whole and to All of us Here in Ray town country and As our number one Export tourism improves this nations balance of Trade with other nations in addition to the presentation of the annual he spa travel promotion award and comments by the guest speaker York will highlight some of the Agency accomplishments in 1989 and its goals for the future rain con from 1 worked of saw dust he said As a result the weight on the sled was Cut Back to 1200 pounds while on Clay it is 3200 pounds the show was highly competitive Long said the youngest Puller was 814 year old James Briggs of Tyrone re sinking Valley while the oldest Puller was probably 65yearold George Reffner of Bellwood tractor pulling is a family affair in one Case Regis Briggs his wife Debbie dance William Penn inn re 22 2 Miles East of Huntingdon Fri and sat crossover wednesday May 23 All male review body heat per person coming soon proper i phone my Watt and their year old son Jimmie All enjoy the sport Debbie is Secretary of the noted that her husband started As a Puller when he was seven and today Hes 291 Jimmie drove the same tractor Jast evening that his dad had when he started 22 years ago trophies and Cash awards were presented to the top winners last night the pullers will be featured at the Huntingdon Spring fest to be held june 2 at Blairs Field persons seeking data on the show May Call Regis or Debbie at 814 6845457 Box 263 Tyrone re 1 about seven shows Are already scheduled for 1990 there Are two eating stands on the Midway one operated by the Hunting Don Lions club and the other by the Huntingdon no 1 fire company both have plenty of Good eats area residents will be interested in two tractor engines at the show one is a 1905 Case owned by i and i Mcintire of Hollidaysburg the other one is a 1913 Peerless built by the Geiser mfg company Waynesboro the one engine will be fired up today to operate an antique Shingle Mill a real interesting operation now you know the driest state in the United states is Nevada it averages 9 inches of annual rainfall american legion country club mount Union sat May 5 Sun May 6 specials Pepper Steak Sandwich French Fries Cole Slaw grilled pork chop dinner incl potato cd of veg Cole Slaw Rolls Coffee s580 new hours wed sat Sun noon8 pm american legion Home Stone House lunch served daily noon 1 pm every Friday thru May special 4 pm 7 pm Pepper Steak Sandwich French Fries Cole Slaw 250 members sponsored guest Welcome Doggone Good eds cafe 1 too 6435442 13th Washington its 6435442 were not fancy just Good saturday May 5 sunday May 1 i h surf turf mignon steamed shrimp Only lit j beef Stew fresh vegetables 445 stuff fresh Fork Rohs Gravy 445 country Ham Steak 4j5 York strip Steak available everyday a f of thu week style crab cakes m25 grilled to your order All of Ami amt Lac with Wei or Luw Day is next week make your reservations now

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