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Huntingdon Daily News Newspaper Archives May 14 1990, Page 3

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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania The daily news Huntingdon Saxton mount Union Orbisonia a monday May 14 1990 Page 3 these 11 area residents were among the 235 graduates to receive degrees sunday at the 111th commencement at Juniata College seated left to right Are Julie Dodson of Hopewell rid Margaret j Dixon of Huntingdon Daryl i Smith of Hesston Mary Elizabeth Reed of Saxton Christina e Loop of mount Union and s renew la vere of Huntingdon standing left to right Are Mary Fortson of mount Union who graduated cum laude Brian King of Hunting dons Paul Kelly of Huntingdon who graduated Magna cum laude Rebekka r Burger of Huntingdon rd4 and Dana Glenny of Huntingdon eleven area students among Juniata College 90 graduates two Hundred thirty five students were awarded Bachelor of arts and Bachelor of science degrees during commencement ceremonies at Juniata College sunday May 13 Frances Hesselbein former National executive director of the girl scouts of America delivered the commencement address among the 235 graduates Are the Fol lowing is degree recipients Julie a Dodson a psychology major is the daughter of or and mrs Donald r Dodson of re 1 Hopewell and a 1986 graduate of Northern bed Ford county High school Julie received the John t Ryan scholarship served on the parents weekend com Mittee and participated in the Juniata College choir tour Dana m Glenny a psychology major is the daughter of or and mrs r Wayne Glenny of warm Springs ave Huntingdon and a 1986 graduate of area Dana was a school scholarship i addition to being named to the Deans list she was recognized in who who among Stu dents in american universities and colleges Brian King a psychology major is the son of mrs Donna King and John w King both of Huntingdon Brian is a 1979 graduate of Huntingdon area High school while at Juniata Brian received the Chalender Lee Lesher memorial Scho Larshi was named to the Deans list and completed an internship at Lake Ray town resort Christina e Loope a chemistry major is the daughter of metro arid Felicia Phyllis Loope of mount Union and a 1974 graduate of mount Union area High school in addition to being named to the Deans list Christ Ina received the american association of University women Huntingdon chapter award she plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh in the fall Daryl i Smith an elementary Educa Tion major is the daughter of or and mrs John Boyd of Barree she and her husband Jay Smith reside in Hesston with their three daughters Smith is a 1972 graduate of Juniata Valley High school local students receiving a degrees include Rebekka r Berger a peace and conflicts studies major is the daughter of or and mrs Winfried Berger of rd4 Huntingdon she Jhung Ingdor area High Schohl secondary major is the Dalight or of Wilbur Dixon and is Cynthia Dixon both of Huntingdon she is a 1986 graduate of Huntingdon area High school Peggy served As Public relations director for Center Board and was a special olympics Volunteer she was also Active in intramural volleyball and Field hockey Mary a Fortson of mount Union who graduated cum laude majored in secondary she is a 1975 graduate of mount Union area High school while at Juniata Mary was the recipient of the mount Union citizens scholarship the Lindback foundation scholarship the William s Price social science prize and a minority leaders Fellowship in Addi Tion to being named to the Deans list Mary has been recognized in who who among students in american universities arid colleges s Paul Kelly of Oneida Heights Huntingdon who graduated Magna cum laude majored in elementary Edu cation Kelly was a member of Jef Juniata instructors of the was named to the Deans list and was recipient of the Bailey oratorical award s Renee Lavere an elementary Edu cation major is the daughter of is Susan a Lavere of Huntingdon and a 1986 graduate of Huntingdon area High school Lavere was a member of 1jif Juniata instructors of the 1 Fulai Elizabeth Reed an elementary i education majoris the daughter of or and mrs Thomas w Reed of Saxton and a 1986 graduate of Hollidaysburg senior High school while at Juniata Reed received the alumni annual sup port scholarship and the Gehrau memorial scholarship she was a Mem Ber of if Juniata instructors of the and completed an internship with the Huntingdon arts Council in addition to being named to the Deans list she was recognized in who who among students in american universities and colleges Stevenson runs for state committee Gayle e Stevenson is a candidate for Republican state committee in the tuesdays primary election she was elected Toa first term on state commit tee in 1988 and has been Secretary of the Huntingdon county Republican committee since 1983 she also served As county coordinator for the Bush Campaign in 1988 the candidate is a graduate of Tussey Mountain High school she is employed As a Secretary in the Law office of attorney Charles b Swigart in addition she is treasurer of the Huntingdon county literacy Council As Well As a Tutor for that organization she is a member of a sign language group known As silent connection Stevenson is also a member of the Cooks United methodist Church and serves As Secretary for the Robertsdale charge this is her fourth year As a Delegate to annual conference Stevenson resides inthe Village of Cooks in Todd township my Junior music department invites Public to concert the mount Union area Junior High music department will present its Spring concert at pm tuesday May 15 in the mount Union area High school auditorium Ann Williams will direct the seventh Grade band selections will include March of the warlords Lali Nique break it up Battle hymn of the Republic and the challenger March the eighth and ninth Grade band directed by John t Kuehl will perform a variety of numbers including command March overture for a new decade lightly latin Emer Ald Point overture and Boogie on by Karla Ross will be featured As a flute soloist in sonata for flute and piano by Leonardo Vinci Ross studied flute privately with Diane Gold of state College piano accompanist will be William Lamberson All area citizens Are invited to attend and there is no admission charge focus of a chs forum on drug abuse attitudes police and fire log flue fire Broad top Citty a flue fire at the Randy Ritchey Home on water Street sunday evening resulted in a dariiage4 flue ten volunteers of the Robertsdale Wood and Broad top fire company under the direction of Deputy chief Steve Treece answered the Call at pm the fire was caused by an overheated Woodbu Ming stove according to a company spokesperson the flue will have to be replaced the Call ended at pm Drivers cited accidents were investigated by the Huntingdon police department Friday and saturday and resulted in citation against three vehicle operators the first Accident occurred at pm Friday at 14th arid Moore streets Borough police reported thai Patricia Hyde 24 of Portland Avenue Huntingdon was driving a 1985 Oldsmobile North Vonmoo Estreet and turned it into the path of a 1987 Nissan operated by Peter Mcmana Mon 35 of 16th Street Huntingdon who was travelling South there was Light damage to both cars neither Driver was injured and Hyde reportedly will be cited at pm saturday Borough police investigated an Acci Dent that resulted i moderate damage to two vehicles Cindy d Rowe 17 of Mapleton was travelling South on Washington Street in a 1987 Pontiac it struck the rear of a legally parked 1985 Mercury Cougar owned by Mark Neary of 828 Washington St Hunting Don near the ninth Street intersection Rowe who was hot injured will be cited by police Eleanor Henry of Hesston re was injured in an Acci Dent at pm saturday at 15th and Moore streets she was a passenger in a 1983 Chrysler operated by her husband Merle b Henry 78 mrs Henry was taken to pc Blair memorial Hospital by Huntingdon ambulance for treat ment and later released or Henry was travelling cast on 15th Street and failed to yield to traffic on Moore Street his car struck a 1985 Chrysler operated by Eric Cummings 17 of Huntingdon re 1 neither of the Drivers was injured damage was severe to both vehicles and Henry will be cited according to Borough police police also investigated an Accident at 7 am today at 14th and Mifflin streets there were no injuries and volunteers from the Huntingdon fire department summoned for a was Down were at the scene for about 10 minutes kids eat free kids nights a super duper Deal the kids each get a free personal pan pizza when Barb and i buy our favorite pizza at the regular Price on tuesday nights Shew in glad i get my own pizza bum City i knew dad would steal the free copy of Nickelodeon Magazine or John Herdman former school psychologist and certified drug and alcohol abuse Counselor will explain the results of a recent student substance forum Serto begin at tuesday May 15vlt held in the Northern Bedfor county High school auditorium the Survey taken by the students in january provides information on the substance abuse attitudes of students in grades 712 or Herdman reviewed the results of the Survey with the schools student assistance team on april 18 the information has been compiled on transparencies to use with an Over head projector or Herdman will attempt to answer questions regarding procedure for Dat collection and data interpretation or Herdman is the of encouragement place in Duncansville auditions tuesday for Charlie Brown summer musical persons of any age Are Welcome to participate in the final night of auditions for the musical youre a Good Man Charlie Brown the show is to be presented As part of the summer of 90 performing arts series on the evenings of july 13 and 14 those auditioning Are asked to bring a musical number that they feel Comfort Able singing an accompanist will be present the audition will be held from 7 to 9 pm tuesday May 15 at Swigart Kail on the Juniata College Campus director is Al Mosser with Karen Eckenroth As musical director Contact Howard Crouch at 6431498 for further information the cheese Garden shop route 22 Huntingdon beside pizza hut pm 6433042 6 bulging greenhouses open for your inspection bedding plants Are in Over 800 hanging baskets to choose from Frozen Yogurt Dole whip different flavors daily and free samples Brush fire Cromwell twp Orbi reportedly was called 10 a Brush fire at the jacks Mountain development at pm saturday the Call ended at pm two injured Henderson twp two passengers in one of the vehicles in an Accident at pm Friday were injured and taken to pc Blair memorial Hospital by Huntingdon ambulance they were later released to Home the injured were Tona m skip per 34 of Mapleton and her daughter Ottie m skipper 9 they were Riding in a 1985 Chevrolet celebrity station Wagon operated by Herbert l skipper 34 of the same address state police at Huntingdon report that the Accident occurred on route 22 two Miles East of Huntingdon when Brian c Weaver 19 of w 28th Street Huntingdon drove his 1985 Nissan truck from a parked position on the South berm facing East onto the Highway into the path of the skipper vehicle the left front of the truck struck the right front and rear of the station Wagon after Impact the truck went off the South Barm and Down a 10 it embankment the skipper vehicle came to rest facing South and blocking the West bound and Center lanes both vehicles were moderately damaged seat belts were not worn by any of the occupants underage drinkers Penn twp several persons were arrested by state police Ai Huntingdon and charged with liquor Law violations after numerous complaints of Large underage overnight drinking parties were received by Lake rangers at Susque Hannock Gamp ground the arrests were made at pm saturday fugitives held Porter twp a Check on three male subjects who were loitering at the Ridge Mobile station near the state police station sunday afternoon without any Means of transportation resulted in two arrests two of the three were wanted on charges in West Virgi Nia the third individual was not sought by Law officials and released state police at Huntingdon report that at pm sunday a 13yearold juvenile was arrested and then turned Over tothe Huntingdon county juvenile authorities he was taken to Centre county youth detention Center in Bellefonte to await further court action he is wanted in Grafton w a on Bench warrants for failure to appear in court on breaking arid entering charges Gerald Ray Carr 24 of Grafton is wanted by the police department there on a charge of third degree sexual assault he was array rigid before District Justice Theodore Whitsel in Orbisonia on a charge of fugitive from Justice he was then lodged in Hunting Don county prison in lieu of s50qqo Bond to await extradition proceedings from West Virginia juveniles arrested Logan twp three male Juve Niles were arrested sunday and charged with burglary in connection with a break in at the Juniata Valley youth league Concession stand May 6 about in Money and Candy were taken ail three were released into the custody of their parents pending further action from the county juvenile department two collide mount Union state police at Huntingdon investigated an Accident at pm saturday at the intersection of Chestnut and division streets John Freddie Westover 52 of mount Union re 1 was travelling North on division Street in a 1977 Plymouth station Wagon he turned right onto Chestnut Street and the car Slid on the wet Roadway striking the front of a 1984 Mercury station Wagon As it approached the intersection the Driver of the Mercury was Tami Pennepacker 21 of Hartman Village mount Union there was minor damage to the left front of the Plymouth and moderate damage to the left front of the Mercury three involved Robertsdale Noone was injured Inan pm saturday on route 913 state police at Huntingdon reported that Alton d Ford 26 of Wells Tannery Star route 2 was eastbound in a 1982 Plymouth and observed a vehicle starting to Back out of a driveway on the South Side of the Highway near a slight curve Ford reportedly applied the cars brakes and the Plymouth Slid on the wet Roadway he lost control of the car and it ran onto the South berm returned to the Way crossed into the westbound Lane and struck the left Side of a 1984 Chev Rolet Coupe operated by John r Swope 47 of Wood after Impact the Plymouth spun counterclockwise and went onto the South berm a second time striking an embankment and coming to rest on the South berm the Chevrolet went onto the North Barm and sides wiped the right Side of a parked unattended 1988 Ford Ranger truck it is owned by Herlen g Lohr 49 of Broad top City re 1 Ford and Swope were both wearing seat belts All three vehicles were severely damaged livestock auction Pansy time thousands of hybrid pansies Large colourful blooms Bright faces Leidy greenhouses red barn Smithfield pleasant Valley shopping Center Altoona it 36 Mckee 21 greenhouses Williamsburg pizza inc limit two single Topping personal for children 12 and under with Purchase Ofa medium or Large pizza or pizza regular Price at participating restaurants available Dine in Only after and designate trademarks and registered trademarks of pizza hut inc except Nickelodeon which is a registered trademark of mtg networks Nickelodeon Magazine available for a limited time while supplies Jast 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 Belleville May 9 horses none traded Dairy cows 59000 to 137500 per head Shoals 3100 to 5550 per head beef cows 4100 to 5685 per cwt beef bulls 4550 to 6235 per cwt and steers 5675 to 6250 per cwt lambs 4900 to 9300 per cwt hogs 4900 to 6275 per cwt calves 7500 to 19900 per cwt and feeder cattle 5450 to 7700 per cwt Alfalfa Hay 13750 to 21250 per ton mixed Hay 5000 to 14000per ton and Straw 5000 to 8000 per ton rabbits 80 to 700 each Wilkies 525 to 550 each chickens 210 to 225 each turkeys 1200 to 1600 each roosters 275 to 525 each and bantams 150 to 500 each inspected 7y Grain fed beef by Side hanging weight s127 la pork by sides110 in free delivery to stores i beef at slaughterhouse in Cut up hogs118 in store Cut up meat with Purchase of a s50 order or More free delivery within 30 i radius hours Fri 8 am7 pm sat 8 am2 pm Cramers slaughterhouse re three Springs a 8144483530

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