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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 25, 1990, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania The daily news Huntingdon Saxton mount Union Orbisonia a Friday May 25 1990 Page 3 i ii ten i Luini Nyuli i of ainu mum Umi Uii lid a Tutty Ivray i you Rayc volunteers honoured by cancer unit three sprin8s area pastor to Parl ref Tori Fri x 1 honors were bestowed by the tin Don county unit of the american Gancer society to its dedicated Volun Teers who make a difference in the lives of Community members through Educa Tion of the Public and Extension of a warm hand of service to patients and family Pat Kann president of the unit extended a Welcome to the Board Mem Bers and guests who assembled at the mount Union american legion coun try club for the annual meeting Kann recognized special guests Christopher Cook of Alexandria re and his parents Mike and Kathy and Sisters Melissa and Susan Chris a Junior at Juniata Valley High school was diagnosed with cancer of the upper right Arm he underwent radiation treatments and then had surgery on his shoulder in a Washington do Hospital Chris is currently undergoing chemotherapy treatments the group viewed a film the Chris Cook video a profile of courage composed by Mike Fields Vvhs engl ish teacher the dutch treat dinner program was also highlighted by an election of offic ers and Board members and an informative address by Carol Snyder chairman Volunteer Field services committee Pennsylvania division inc to Lead memorial program super Volunteer to Joe Pitingolo or in recognition of his Volunteer efforts of behalf of the society he has worn Many hats nominating chairman vice president tree of Hope chairman fundraising committee member and professional education chairman Kann presented Chris Cook with a citation of courage from the unit Mike Cook told the Board you Are special the research has helped Chris ten years ago Chris would have lost his Arm we Are really grateful to Mike Fields for the video and the students of Vvhs who have been wonderful Pitingolo told the Cook family sometimes we forget you have renewed our spirit certificates of appreciation were Given by Kann for service to Janice Hancock in Sansur Khount organizer and for Public education Vanessa Locke chairman Beverly Launtz and Kathy Kline committee members cited for Public relations were Toni Hancock of the daily news walk radio of Huntingdon and we my Majic 99terri Rogers and Rick Hamilton Kann praised the unit office Volun Teers Hazel Snyder to Whitsel Jean Itinger and Trudy Mcelwain others not present who were recognized were Frank Rousseau chairman great american smoke out Ellin Jae Ger cancer support program Facilitator and Debb Clapper St Facilitator Tuiai Lac Lucyll i ulc Shirley Rabenstein service chairman population will have cancer in their life i president Kann also fundraising chairmen for special events completed As of this time Lurnis naria Jim and sue Bair tree of Hope Pat Kann and Joe Pitingolo Casino night Craig Eisenhand Daffodil Days Laura Moore Leo Glass memorial Trail ride Betty Hicks executive director Kumpf presented gifts of appreciation to Pat Kann for leadership the past year Toni Han cock Public relations chairperson and a citation of courage was presented to Christopher Cook of Alexandria re a Junior at Juniata Valley High school at the annual meeting of the unit thursday night Pat Kann president of the Huntingdon county uni of the Ameri can cancer society honoured Cook who is undergoing treatment for cancer with Pat Kann and Chris arc his parents Mike and Kathy Cook and his Sisters Melissa and Susan unit Delegate Deb Shope office clerk typist pin for year of service president Kann expressed her gratitude to All the volunteers for their cooperation during the past year Joe Pitingolo chairman of the nominating committee presented the slate of officers and directors All of the follow ing were reelected Pat Kann Pesir Dent Joe Pitingolo or vice president Toni Hancock Secretary or William Frazier treasurer delegates to Pennsyl Vania division Toni Hancock and Janice Hancock Pitingolo noted that Sandra Cope land in Louise Hetrick and Phyllis Neary had completed Board terms but did not choose to be renominated elected to three year terms were Craig Eisenhart did Marlene May lock Joe Pitingolo or Shirley Rabens Tein and Barbara Sparr Pitingolo was named to serve As the nominating chairman for the coming year the dinner speaker emphasized the american cancer society is the nation wide voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer As a major health problem by preventing cancer saving lives from cancer and diminishing suffering from cancer through research education and service percent of the i i 1 there will be 61000 new cases of cancer in Pennsylvania alone three million who had cancer Are survivors after five years these Are people who Are loved real people she stressed you the dedicated volunteers Are the endangered species the volunteers reaching out there Are 19 million volunteers for the society they work effectively with the staff they Are dedicated to eliminating cancer As a major health problem by preventive measures we must make m1oto by Tolly Pauline i super Volunteer Joe Pitingolo recognized for dedication super Volunteer who serves in marry capacities for the Huntingdon county unit of the american cancer society during the dinner meeting of the county unit held it the american legion country club Phin Golo was also reelected vice president of the unit the award was presented by Mary Anne Kump executive director right at left is Carol Snyder chairman Field services committee Pennsyl Vania division inc keynote speaker for the event or by night club it 22 Mill Creek thu ladles night8 pm 2 Aon i sat6 pm 2 am sunday under 21 new hours 8 pin 11 pan Gypsy Moth spraying Large acreage or Small lots Clappers tree service inc 8146583423 people aware of the importance of Early detection the Field services chairman pointed out Chris Cook is proof that things Are happening in cancer research the research dollars Are helping each Volunteer touches someone by reaching out make the Community aware of your presence executive director Kumpf told the group she was pleased Wilh the service program and the wonderful response to the can surmount program Deb Shope and i feel fortunate to have Many Good people to work with you Are the Huntingdon county unit Kumpf reported the fundraising program is falling far behind last year she noted there was dynamic Leader ship in 1989but there has been no chair Man for this years crusade Kumpf reminded the Board members of the Volunteer development program during the next regular Board meeting on july 26 volunteers will be invited from surrounding units to attend Joseph Barrettjr offered the invocation for the event Benefit dance american legion Post 518 sunday May 27 music Blue 811 Benefit Homer Lane Mark a Kane consulting forester re Box 71 Huntingdon a 16652 814 6672282 408500 13d it saw Timber mixed Oak Harwood Martinsburg bid tour your local winery beginning this weekend and every weekend through october noon to pm at Oak Spring winery look for signs approx 3 i North of Altoona on route 220 across from austins Texas hot dogs tasting available wednesday thru sunday noon to pm phone 814 9463799 memorial Day services have been scheduled for the three Springs cemetery on monday May 28 at pm speaker forthe service will be the Rev Joseph Gentilman pastor of the United methodist Church three Springs charge which includes Grace u m of three Springs Mtcarmel sugar Grove and Latta Grove Rev Gentilman is a native of bed Ford graduating from Bedford High school lock Haven University and the Lancaster theological Seminary Pas Tor Gentilman has been an Active Resi Dent of our Community for the past seven years in addition to his pastoral duties he has faithfully served As trea surer of the three Springs historical society since its beginning he has also been an Active member of the pastors Fellowship of the three Springs area and has directed and assisted with the Community vacation Bible school which is a cooperative project of the churches in our Community serving As master of ceremonies for the occasion will be the Rev David Ford of Saltillo pastor of Trinity Baptist Parish consisting of the first Baptist churches of Saltillo three Springs pastor David Ford speaker at Saltillo a memorial Day service will be held at the Saltillo cemetery at 11 am monday May 28 the speaker will be the Rev David e Ford pastor of the Trinity Baptist Parish which includes the american Baptist congregations at Saltillo three Springs and mount Union special music will be provided by the Trinity Baptist Parish choir under the direction of Valerie Ford services Are held annually under the direction of the trustees of the Saltillo cemetery association pastor Cornaire to speak at Fairview the newly welcomed pastor of the Fairview evangelical Church three Springs re the Rev Lawrence Cornaire will be the speaker at a memorial Day service monday May 28 the service will begin at 8 am at the Church cemetery the Public is invited to attend Mapleton groups to hold services at two cemeteries j a memorial Day service will be hosted by the Mapleton american Lig Ion Post 322 at the cemetery and the United Brethren cemetery monday May 28 the Prog ram begins at 9 am when the sunday schools will form at their respective churches the band will form at the band Hall other organizations at the fire Hall and a servicemen at the american legion Post Home the Parade will then proceed to the cemetery where the memorial Day address will be Given by the Rev Eric Fether pastor of the Beech run Church of the Brethren for the past eight years taking part in the program will be Carl Wilson Post commander and the Rev William Kauffman the mount Union area Junior High school band Jeff Yocum and Angie Banks readings and the Rev Robert Walsh tributes to departed members of the various wars and conflicts will be performed by the american legion squad Rev Fether has been Active with Young people since his pastor ship began in the area he is currently serv ing As a boy scout cub master and mount Union the Southern Huntingdon county High school band under the direction of Phillip Loewen will provide musical selections at the cemetery and Lead in the procession to the cemetery groups marching to the cemetery Are requested to meet at at the town Park adjacent to the red Light groups participating will be the boy scouts with scoutmaster George har per Daisy girl scouts led by Barbara Ramsey and Brownie girl scouts led by Nina Trego other interested groups or organizations Are invited to join in the procession to the cemetery the service has been arranged by the patriotic order sons of America and is always a sacred and memorable part of our memorial Day weekend when we take a few moments to gather in respect and Honor of those who gave their lives in service to their country arid also to remember All our loved ones it is fit Ting and proper that we should do this As Lincoln reminds us so the invitation to participate is open to All the service will close with taps by Nina Trego american legion country club mount Union sat Sun May 26 27 specials Pepper Steak Sandwich French Fries Cole Slaw meatloaf dinner incl potato cd of veg Cole Slaw Rolls Coffee new hours tues thru Sim noon 8 pm help is is older ask Lor Glen 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 open daily noon Midnight atm Kari a Fomond Tutti Wilcome mount Union vow Post 5754 Fri May 25 prime time sat May 26 untouchables members s sponsored guests thanks we would like to express our sincere thanks to friends neighbors relatives for the prayers Flowers cards food contributions to heritage Baptist Church and All Othur acts of kindness extended to us in the death of our beloved husband son father Eugene Fleck special thanks to pastor c David Larson or Dale Fleck pastor James Hautz for their comforting messages also the heritage Baptist women and the ladies Aux of Orby for their time and preparation of the meal and Martin r Brown funeral Home to the staff and Farmers of Atlantic breeders Coop a special note of appreciation for All you have done god bless you wife Shirley father Paal children Mark Sherri Sandy Mike a school Board to meet tuesday in auditorium the May meeting of the Hunting Don area school districts Board of education will be held tuesday at pm in the auditorium at the senior High school the school is located along Cassady ave at 24ih St parking is available in the lots nearby according to a District spokesperson three persons Are currently scheduled to address the Board regarding the budget taxes the Board will also hear from at least one other person having concerns about a different matter tuesdays session like All school Board meetings is open to the Public maj Richard armagost reservist to address Cherry Grove services major Richard armagost of the us army Reserve will be the guest speaker at tie talc Norial pay services to at 9 major armagost began his military duty with the Pennsylvania National guard in 1956 he entered the Marine corps in 1958 As a private and served an enlistment he attended Shippensburg state College where he received a is in education he was commissioned by the us army Reserve in june 1965 As a second lieutenant since then he has risen to the rank of major Over the years he has served As a tank crewman and Rifleman in the marines platoon Leader executive officer company commander and battalion staff office in the reserves he is currently assigned to retired Reserve Rudac St Louis to a native of Hooversville Somerset county he is a special education teacher at Southern Huntingdon county High school he and his wife the for Mer Carole Kearns have three children Richard or who is attending Indiana state University Amy and Amber who Are both students at Sachs the Cou ple resides in the three Springs area and attends the Cherry Grove Church of god three Springs in the event of rain the services will be held at the Cherry Grove Church of god one month unlimited by s45 or citizens each visit today barbs by Phil Pastoret people who make Money Are called successful people who try to print their own Money Are called stupid think of it this Way Revenue enhancement is an 18letter Way to spell tax tanning bed i to sessions30 i 5 sessions 1 session Ilene tone Tan 623 Wash St Huntingdon 6431123 memorial Day dinner monday May 28 menu bbl Chicken bbl ribs Macaroni salad potato salad baked Beans relish tray applesauce punch Coffee adult children under 12 300 6 and under free sponsored by Petersburg fire company

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