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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1961, Indiana, Pennsylvania Evening saturday july is 96f society Homer City girl is Bride of Pittsburgh Man mrs William Tyce Mccullough the marriage of Judith Ann Kunkle of Homer City and Wil Liam Tyce Mccullough son of mrs Kathryn Novak of 3907 Dewey Avenue Pittsburgh took place in the Homer City methodist Church on saturday after noon june 17 at half after three Oclock the Rev Gail Mcqueen officiated for the service before the altar which was decorated with ferns and arrangements of White Gladiolas the Bride daughter of mrs Martha g Kunkle of 39 Kunkle Avenue Homer City and the late Ralph Kunkle was Given in marriage by her brother inlaw Dan Pegnetter she was Lovely in a gown of Chantilly lace and Peau de some the fitted bodice of lace had a portrait neckline embroidered with seed pearls and Long sleeves the skirt was full and ended in a Chapel train her illusion veil Elbow length was attached to a Pearl Crown and her bridal bouquet was of Garde Nias Becky Kunkle of Homer City was maid of Honor for her sister printed pattern 4546 sizes 120 40 smoothest Midriff fit Ever both slips Are Side zipped to underline All fashions perfectly sew slim and flared versions in Cotton Dacron Nylon crepe printed pattern 4546 misses sizes 12 14 16 18 20 40 size 18 slim slip takes Yards 39 Inch flared slip Yards Send thirty five cents in coins for this pattern add Loc for each pattern for first class mailing Send to Anne Adams care of Indiana evening Gazette pattern 243 West 17th new York 11 n y print plainly name a d d h e s s with zone size and style num Ber announcing t h e biggest fashion show of Spring summer pages pages of Pat terns in our new color Catalon just out hurry Scad 35c now i and the brides maids were Mona Lee Turley of Homer City Betsy Firth of Warren Doris Johnston and Carol Peterson of Kane they wore Street length dresses of shocking Pink silk with match ing shoes and carried bouquets of White carnations tipped with Pink and Ivy Heather Harrison Niece of the Bride was Flower girl she wore White organdy and carried a Bas Ket of petals and carnations or Mccullough chose his brother inlaw William Dinker to serve As his Best Man Edward Kovanic James Welsh Robert Lannell Charles Spata fore and Richard Lukick All of Pittsburgh were Ushers mrs Leroy Smith organist played traditional wedding music and accompanied mrs Waid Nevins who Sang we lift our hearts to 0 father All creating wedding Bene diction and the wedding for her daughters wedding mrs Kunkle wore a powder Blue silk Linen with Matching hat and White accessories mrs Mccullough Mother of the Groom chose a beige silk with match ing accessories both wore White Orchid corsages a reception was held in the Church social room after the cer Emony after a honeymoon in Cape May new Jersey or and mrs Mccullough Are now at Home to their friends at 5900 Babcock Pittsburgh Bender studio Rochester Mills news or and mrs Don Elkin and family of Meadville visited for several Days with their parents or and mrs Arthur r Elkin and mrs Helen Baun before leaving for Jacksonville where or Elkin has been transferred he is an employee of the Ward company mrs Baun who accompanied mrs Elkin and children to Jack Sonville by plane has returned Home miss Tina states has returned to her Home in Dubois after be ing a guest in the Home of mrs Belle states for a week other guests of mrs states were her son and family or and mrs Jack states and daughter of Johnstown mrs Doris Nisbett of Dunoon Argyle county Scotland mrs Nellie n Marshall of greens Burg mrs h w Brilhart of Marion Center and mrs Walter c Mumau of Glen Campbell visited wednesday afternoon in the Home of mrs Effie Mcmil Len mrs Nisbett and mrs mar shall Sisters of mrs Brilhart have been guests in the Bril Hart Home for the past six weeks Waldo l work has returned to Cresson state Hospital after spending several Days in his Home Here he is reported to be much improved miss Connie Richards has re turned to her Home in Niagara Falls after visiting in the Home of or and mrs Walter Richards and family mrs Grace Pardee is visiting this week in the Home of her sister or and mrs Stephen Lydic of Pittsburgh mrs Alice Lippert of Indiana and mrs b h work Spont Sun Day afternoon in the Home of mrs works Niece Rev and mrs Dpi Foht Jack of Dubois mrs Jack is a patient in the Dubois Hospital fashion show includes styles for Middle age plump figures by Jean sprain Wilson a fashion writer new York a until thursday americas forgotten women of fashion were the Middle aged the wide in Girth and the slim of purse some of these were among the More than 200 news writers Here for the new York couture groups semiannual fashion press week earlier this week while watch ing a continuous Parade of Skinny girls in Winter styles they pondered How these Dustless Pencil slim suits and dresses would look in size 44 or they contemplated How blazing bejewelled tightly wrap Ped decollete cocktail dresses would look on Gray haired grand Mas with sagging figures but things took a turn for the better thursday a session was dedicated to the Beauty problems of the nations 25 Mil lion Silver haired ladies a hair colouring firm admitted that since it has failed to lick 68 per cent of these women who stubbornly refuse to Dye their tresses it has joined them the company is now making products to improve Sheen tone and manage ability of Gray hair later in the Day gaunt slump shouldered models without a need to hide big hips thighs or thick waistlines lined the run Way in Larry Aldrick dresses that obviously translate flatter singly to a woman with meat on her Bones the Long casual lines were Waist slimming and t h e swing Bias Cut skirts provided plenty of sit Down room crisply tailored Gold and Sil ver metallic shirtwaist dresses were Aldrick idea of cocktail dresses a mature woman could Wear one without feeling like the Star in a Las vegas night club act although buyers told Aldrick american women want sleeves the Man who started the Collar less sleeveless nothing refused to do More about it than Compromise he still makes the sleeveless but sends sleeves to be sewn in if women insist Harry Frechtel also believes in Roomy slightly flaring skirts As figure flattery he tops these with Little Coats and suits with tiny notched collars or shoulder framing stoles the ten like coat popular last season has been dieted Down by Frechtel to pleasant proportions that hide a multitude of figure sins milk drinks make Ideal party food serve milk drinks at your next party for teenagers suggests Helen Puskar Extension Home economist Indiana county milk drinks Are easy to make and to serve attractively at a planned party or at an Impromptu Gath ering of the gang sociability and the foods that go with it Are important to teen agers and Young adults she Points out most teenagers Rea Lize the need for drinking milk at mealtime but somehow Over look it As a social beverage a wide variety of milkshakes lend themselves to a party milkshakes made with or with out ice Cream can be Flavoured and made to look festive Fla Vors include Vanilla Almond chocolate chocolate mint Maple and banana for a delicate Pink coloured drink beat Peppermint stick ice Cream into milk Garnish with crushed Peppermint Candy or with a Peppermint stick for a stirrer chilled eggnog garnished with a bit of grated Orange Peel gives a handsome yellow coloured drink while fresh Straw berries Are in season serve a Strawberry milk punch make it with milk ice Cream and crushed strawberries then float whole berries in the punch bowl to teach in new Castle Patricia j Anderson miss Patricia j Anderson daughter of or and mrs Wal Ter d Anderson 1668 Phila Delphia Street Indiana has accepted a teaching position in the second Grade of the Lincoln Garfield elementary school in new Castle miss Anderson received her Bachelor of science degree in education from Indi Ana state College in May 1961 while in College she was an Active member of the association for childhood education student Nea and sea West Minster foundation and Sigma Kappa sorority mrs Oberlin honoured on 93rd birthday mrs Louella Oberlin of Rochester Mills was pleasantly sur prised monday evening july 3 when members of her sunday school class gathered in h e r Home to help her celebrate her 93rd birthday mrs Oberlin expressed her thanks and appreciation to the class for the Lovely gifts Flowers and cards she received ice Cream cake and Coffee were served by the hostess mrs Jennie Richardson to those pres ent mrs Martha Black mrs Belle states mrs Viola Steele mrs Twila Hughes mrs Nel lie Doty mrs Effie Mcmillen miss Jessie Potts and the guest of Honor guests included mrs Ruelba Lewis mrs Florence Myers and daughter of Indiana miss Tina states of Dubois and Clare Steele and Reese Doty one year old Cynthia Ann daughter of or and mrs Robert Turk of Mclntyre celebrated her first birth Day wednesday july 12 she is the granddaughter of mrs Mary Turk and mrs Pelegia Halutick both of Mclntyre Bender studio slice thin a Ripe banana and fold into the Batter for waffles Clymer girl is Bride of Cleveland Man Jeanne Cecconi daughter of or and mrs William Cecconi of Clymer became the Bride of James Reid son of or and mrs Harry Reid of Cleveland Ohio on saturday july 1 in a double ring ceremony in the Nottingham methodist Church Cleveland Ohio the Rev War Ren r trop Lins officiated miss Violet Brady of Clymer was maid of Honor and Jim Kline of Warren Ohio served As Best Man for his Cousin the Bride was Given in Marri age by her father the ceremony was followed by a dinner at the Home of the maid of Honor the new or and mrs Reid will make their Home at 13513 Emily Avenue Cleveland Ohio or Reid is employed at the Clark Cable corporation besides her parents and her brother Larry of Clymer Mem Bers of the brides family included her brother William mrs Cecconi and two sons from new Castle Del Dayton Actu held annual picnic Friday the woman Christian tem Perance Union of Dayton held their annual picnic on Friday evening at the Home of mrs d c Whitacre twelve members and three guests were present miss Zillah neigh offered prayer at the table the devotional theme of Christian citizenship was used by mrs James Snyder for the program a talk and who is my neighbor was Given by mrs Howard Hollenbaugh and mrs Iva Murray gave a talk on menace or a play let mrs Benson wakes up was presented by mrs Dean Marsh mrs Harry Beers and miss neigh Lacey Stover won the Silver medal speech contest sponsored by the Union in the Glade run presbyterian Church on june 23 with the topic make mine officers elected for the new year Are president mrs d c Whitacre vice president mrs Howard Hollenbaugh Secretary mrs James Snyder and treasurer mrs Roy Gould a note of thanks for the gifts presented in an essay contest and speech contest was received from Susan Livengood plans were made to attend the county convention at slate lick on july 18 marriage licenses Louis Oliver beam of new Florence 2 and Judith Ann warholic of Cramer Clyde Wilson and Thelma Rummel both of Arcadia Kenneth Clay Fleming of Indiana 2 and Larue Elsie Brown of Indiana 1 Antonio Gerl Hifa and Carmella Abbate both of Indiana Richard Patty Patti of Blairs Ville and Joanne Carol Cramer of Blairsville 2 Philip Nicholas Nibert of Brush Valley and Wilda Mae Fetter Man of Indiana 4 Stephen Francis Bytner and Larue Jean Anderson both of Creekside Paul Richard Ramage of Indiana and Roberta Jean John Ston of Homer City 2 ear Clark Little of Indiana and Nancy Rae Pollack of Johns town Glen Campbell news or and mrs Frank Gardner or spent sunday with or and mrs Lloyd Hubbert of Homer City or and mrs Elmer Gromley or and mrs Frank Gardner and mrs Fred Lucas of Glen Campbell and mrs Ralph Lucas of Glen Campbell will spend saturday at North East mrine Mannerburg of de troit and miss Evelyn Mannerburg of town spent part of their vacation touring Gettysburg and other interesting spots or Mannerburg is spending a week with his sister have roles in tonight summer theater play Glen Campbell Church women in Kalus Home pantry ekk of july 16 1961 monday tuesday wednesday Friday mrs Jack Wolfe coworker mrs Earl Sexton mrs William Doty miss Beth Ann Muir Donna Edmiston mrs Clair mrs Elizabeth Kalm mrs Wilbur Widdowson mrs Carl Weyandt mrs h w Thomas miss Faith Noble mrs William Jarvie mrs Mildred mrs Norman Greene mrs Delia Nealer mrs Vernie Lydic coworker mrs Robert bears mrs Lloyd mrs Thomas Mikesell mrs Wilfred Fleming mrs Clara Bolvin mrs Carl Thomas mrs Harry Miller mrs Helen streams mrs Ralph moored mrs h w Thomas mrs b l Seanor mrs n l diem miss Faith Noble miss Gay Hitchings mrs Grace Barrish miss Sally Nupp miss Omny Allison miss Gail Kredel miss Katharine Kjesbo mrs Pat Harvey mrs Viola Stear mrs Laird Nipps food contributions Cryn r Mcconnell of Blairs Ville an actress with the Pitts Burgh playhouse and playhouses in Florida plays the role of lot tie Lacey in summer theater guilds presentation of William inges the dark at the top of the stairs tonight at in theater by the Grove Fisher auditorium state col coming events Perm run farm women the first society of farm women will have a family Pic Nic with the fifth society of farm women of Somerset county at Idlewild Park on tuesday july 18 meet at the Home of Ethel Moose by so that the group May be ready to leave by 10 Oclock meat Rolls and Coffee will be furnished by the society take a covered dish and your own table service the Penn run women Are hostesses to the Somerset group Wiener roast Rochester Mills homemakers the Rochester Mills homemakers will hold a Wiener roast on wednesday july 19 at the Home of mrs Paul Stewart each member is to bring wieners and buns for their own family in Case of rain it will be changed to a later Date Graystone Church services the word satan likes is the Sermon subject at Graystone Church sunday july 16 at the service mrs James Kelly will be the soloist and at the service the senior choir will sing with Kenneth Beidl taking a Solo part in f of the anthems Indiana country club women golfers the women golfers of the Indi Ana country club will play a one Day event on tuesday july 18 tee off times Are 9 to for eighteen hold players and for nine hold players personals or and mrs Harry Krake of s sixth Street have left with their children on a motor trip to Florida where they will visit Many places of interest before they return to Indiana the Krake family will be the guests of or and mrs James e Scott of water Street who Are vacationing with their Chil Dren at Cape Hatteras North Carolina three years old july inn july uru b Serene july july Lair july Lodge july Tine Ina 2 pies july Tea room 2 pies july 2 pics july Sanjid july Castle 2 pies july Ward Johson 2 pics july Ralph Smith cake 2 pies salad 2 pies cake 2 pies Deborah Kay Kanick Daugh Ter of or and mrs Robert a Nick 401 Grant Street Indiana celebrated her third birthday thursday july 13 Deborah grandparents Are or and mrs Joseph Ondo of Homer City and or and mrs Walter Kazuck of Cine lege Indiana a Robert Mead ors at right of Petersburg in Diana a graduate of the univer sity of Iowa graduate drama school plays the part of Morris Lacey the frustrated husband of Lottie Lacey in the guilds presentation of the dark at the top of the Bender studio Naomi Bible class met the monthly meeting of the Naomi Bible class of Calvary United presbyterian Church was hold in their class room thurs Day evening with devotional per Iod in charge of misses Eliza Beth Hunter and Helen Wherry who used for their theme the lords scripture Reading was Given by miss Wherry and miss Hunter assisted by some members of the class read some excerpts taken from a Sermon by the Rev David a Redding of the first presbyterian Church of Glendale Ohio what do you want to know the disciples of Jesus Christ wanted to know How to the answer was a priceless treasure the lords prayer in has been kept sacred by the Cen Turies and polished Bright by the lips of millions it is often committed to memory but All too Seldom Learned by heart it is frequently repeated rarely obeyed it is so simple so Short a child May know it yet so profound who can plumb its Depths no one can Pray it Hon Estly without being shaken As by fire his suffering can save us from our sins his Cross has clinched the decisive Victory and h i s prayer has pledged that final Day of glory when heaven and Earth god and Man Are reconciled forever during the business conducted by the president mrs Fred Byers Roll Call was taken and dues reports Given on dinners served and rummage Sale and the treasurers report Given announcement was made of the class picnic to be held at Mack Community Center on a gust 10 this is for members and their families bring a covered dish sandwiches and table serv ice sufficient for your group dessert and beverage will be furnished games were conducted by miss Wherry delicious refresh ments were served in the dining room by miss Gladys Moorhead mrs Marjorie streams and mrs Mildred Klinzing health for All put them away time was when household cleaners came in such ugly bottles and smelled so awful they were kept carefully out of sight now Many of them Are All dolled up pretty to look at pleasant to smell so there out on display in the Kitchen a danger to inquisitive Young children though practically in the House has its hazards for youngsters the Kitchen is begin Ning to take the Lead deter gents bleaches waxes insecticides children have been known to drink them All most of the youngsters who Swallow the poisonous stuff Are three years old or younger but the four and five year Olds get their share too Best of All is to keep All House hold preparations away from childrens reach if the Young ones get to the stuff anyway make for the nearest doctor or Hospital emergency room you can try to induce vomit ing yourself but this should never be done if the child has drunk kerosene or anything corrosive since you cant always Tell whats in whatever the child drank youd better let the Doc Tor or Hospital take care of it make a note of the Brand name or better yet take the Container with you no matter How pretty the con Tainer or How pleasant the con tents smell a household bleach or Cleanser ran still be highly s Donl leave it around the women society of Chris Tian service of the Glen Camp Bell methodist Church met at the Home of mrs Charlie Kalus on thursday evening with nine members and three guests pres ent because of the Accident of mrs Gardners son who suffered a broken Arm the program which she had prepared was con ducted by mrs Kalus after the opening hymn the scripture lesson James 3 118 was read by Eliza Gardner mrs Kalus gave a Reading let the words of my Mouth be accept Able and after another hymn Margaret Seal Ion read people of the word and Jean Ellsmore read i like you after another hymn the devotional period was closed with sentence prayers business of the evening was routine there will be no meeting in August but mrs Bella Auden will be hostess for the septem Ber meeting in her Home the g g bus becs 4h club Purchase line met at the Purchase line Academy on july 11 1961 from to the meeting was called to or Der by the president Loretta Mumau after the club pledge the minutes were read and approved the Roll was called with Twenty four members present discussion was held on a pie social to be held in the future it was decided that the officers and the older girls of the club would meet july 17 1961 at at the Purchase line acad Emy to plan for it the show and Tell was Given by Linda Travis Jerry Greene and Jane Yankasky they did a demonstration on the care of a baby after the business meeting girls worked on their projects cookies and Koolard w e r 9 served by Loretta Mumau mar Ilyn Forsha Laura Getty and Sharon Edwards the next meeting will be an All Day meeting from to july 25 1961 at the Purchase line Academy a members Are to bring their own lunch Janice Edwards reporter Marchand the meeting was called to or Der by president Barbara Wing it on july 13 at 9 in tha Marchand Church at tha meeting we made pizza and Chi i we discussed what we would take to round up and what we would have for an exhibit at tha county fair the next meeting is july 20 at 9 in the Marchand Church at the meeting the Mem Bers will be demonstrating How to make different things the following girls will maker Joan Klein brownies k a t h y Anthony Oatmeal cookies bar Bara Wingert Walnut Benuche Joyce Haines Peanut Brittle Linda Richardson pizza dough Shirley Richardson sauce f o r sundae Cathy Schurr Chili reporter Cathy Schurr Penny magic whip up jewelry to match All your outfits so easy and lots of fun to make use Gold or Silver sparked Rick rack plus Crochet to make earrings necklace Bracelet pin wonderful gifts Bazaar items pattern 993 directions Send thirty five cents in coins for this pattern add 10 cents for each pattern for is class mailing 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