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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1961, Indiana, Pennsylvania jfegflfol May 1 ETYNEWS Receives Nurses Cap Local Courts Represented At Meet Three Years Old No 2 Republican Women In Membership Drive Mrs Martha Hawxhurst Is the membership chairman for the ahflual drive tot membership in the Council of Republican Wom en for White Towsnhlp Number 1 the goal set is a 100 per cent gain in memberships A cordial Invitation is extended to every Republican Woman to become a part of this movement The lowing womenare assisting Mrs Hawxhursl Mrs G W Stump Mrs Blaine Brady Mrs Lyle Pease Nelie J Swartz Mrs Alvie er Mrs Lisle Jerry Orr Mrs Kenneth Bailey Mrs Douglass Malcolm Mrs Richard Lubold Mrs Mark Simpson Mrs Francis Kaylor Mrs Ken neth Sayers Mrs John Meyins Mrs Clyde Johns Mrs Earl Gray Mrs William Jones Mrs Cameron Davis Mrs David Mor ris Mrs William Gilpatrick Mrs Malcolm Harrison Mrs Edith Tweed Mrs Francis Cir amci Miss Blanche Allshouse and Miss Grace Allshouse Dames Club Breakfast Held At Rustic Lodge One of the highlights of the year was the spring breakfast held by the Dames Club Satur day morning at the College Lodge Qver sixty members sat at attractively decorated tables and enjoyed an excellent menu prepared by the committee After the breakfast the guests played bridge prizes going to Mrs Walter Whitmyre Mrs John Burke and Mrs Walter Gallati Officers for the coming year were elected as follows Presi dent Mrs Wayne Hayward sec retary Mrs Eugene Hulbert Mrs Lawrence lanni Mrs David McNaughton is the retiring President Much credit goes to the com mittee in charge of Saturdays party the Pilot of Mrs Allen Trubitt co chairman Mrs Charles Davis Committee MesdameV William Betts Carl Bordas Ralph Cordier Eugene Hulbert C M Johnson James Kehew Edward Koch Jack Joseph Lindsay John Lirigenfelter Mesdames James McKinley Lawrence McVitty Russell Nel son Harold Orendorff Maurice Ruland Arthur Shields Clel Silvey Martin Sta pleton Joseph Uhler Robert Woodward Zacur and Cyril Zenisek PRINTED PATTERN Former Homer City Girl Wed In Ohio A deep descending collar frames you in softest flattery ibova slimming skirt Smart to daytime cottons elegant to lilk or faille for gala evenings Printed Pattern 4704 Half Stees Hfc IJfce 164 requires 3 yards 35incji fabric fend FIFTY CENTS in coins for tius pattern add We for each pattern for first class mailing Send to Anne Adams care erf Indiana Evening Gazette Patterp 243 West 17th New ll N V Print plain ly NAME A90KES5 witn ZONE SIZE and STYLE NUM Mrs Gdrdon Carver Hill the biggest of SpringSummer PSges pages of pat ftsrof to our new Color Jyg out Hurry send 35c now Officiating on Saturday after noon April 15 at the wedding of Thelma LeOra Harmon and Gordon Carver Hill was the brides grandfather the Rev C E Held of Gettysburg Assisting at the double ring ceremony was the Rev G R Kretzmann pastor of the Valley Lutheran Church Chagrin Falls Ohio where the marriage was solemnized The bride isthe daughter of Mr andMrs W C Harmon 419 Washington Street Chagrin Falls formerly of Homer City The grooms parents are Mr and Mrs Gordon C Hill 122 Fair view Road South Russell Ohio Arrangements of white snap dragons pom pons and huckle berry leaves decorated the sanctuary for the wedding Mrs Stanley Arthurs of Sol on was at the organ and Mrs Neal Wheatcraft was the vocal soloist Given In marriage by her fa ther the bride wore a flcor lehgth gown of embroidered silk organza fashioned with a hoop skirt Her imported illusion veil was held by a lace Juliet cap arid she carried a bouquet of phaleanopsis orchids Stepha notis and ivy The attendants gowned alike In frdcks of Nile green silk organza carried baskets of pale yellow daffodils Mrs William Vargo of Cleve land was matron of honor Sha ron Shelton was maid of hon or and Janice Hill the bride grooms sister was bridesmaid Sunshine Class Met InHome of Teacher The Sunshine Class of the Pleasant Union Lutheran Church held its recent meeting at the home of the class Mrs Mac McAfocfee The meeting which with the reading of scripture was conducted by the president Kathy Cogley The minutes of the previous meeting were read by secretary Donna Tatsak The business meeting closed with prayer The remainder of the evening was spent in making Mothers Day gifts and playing games The hostess served lunch to Karen Moore Donna Tatsak Pat ty Tatsak Kathy Cogley Holly Ann Hutchings and David Hutchings Festival At Glade Run The Spring Lambs held their annual festival last week at Glade Run Presbyterian Church Academy Dayton A tureen lunch was served at noon The table was decorated with a large cake in the form of a basket of flowers pint and yellow carnations and daffodils The carnations purchased by Craig Cochran were later pre sented to the women in the group Mrs Grace Enterline was ac companist for the group singing Poems and reading were given by Mrs Genevieve Beers Rev Thobura Stull spoke Virginia Bailey of Punxsutawn ey was a guest Those present who had April birthdays are Elizabeth Bowser Veda Logan Lottie Hollenbaugh Henry Hollenbaugh Percy Beat ty Genevieve Beers and Clar Jordan Their ages repre sented 524 years The flower girl was Ruth Ann Harmon sister of the bride Her frock of white taffeta with or gandy overlay was designed with a hoop skirt and a bow of Nile green satin at the front of the bodice She also carried a bas ket of daffodils Larry Harmon of Denver Co lorado was best man The brides other brother Robert Harmon ushered as did Glenn Hershey of Detroit a cousin of the groom and Alfred Badal of Baghdad Iraq a student at Western Reserve University who makes his home with the Har mons After a reception in the church social hall the young couple left for Denver They will reside at Apartment 106 870 Dexter Avenue Denver 20 Colo rado Both Mr and Mrs Hill are graduates of Chagrin Falls High School She has her degree from Miami University where she was elected to Phi Beta Kap pa national scholastic honorary Mr Hill is a graduate of Kent State University and a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity He is an investigator for the Re tail Credit Association in Den ver Among the wedding guests were Mr and Mrs Raymond Beck Betty and Bobby and Mr and Mrs Ralph Beck Cathy Carol and Betsy all of Indiana Mr and Mrs J C George and son Danny of Brush Valley Mr and Mrs John Harmon and daughter Debby of Homer City To Judge Art Exhibit Robert Cronauer art depart ment faculty member at Indiana State College was judge of an art exhibit at Glenville State College Glenville West Sunday April 30 He is to judge the work of college students and his appear ance at Glenville State College will be under the jurisdiction of the Palette and Brush Club Armstrong Grange Neighbor Night Armstrong Grange 1645 will be hosts for the third Neighbor Night meeting of Indiana County on Wednesday evening May 3 at 8 oclock in the Grange Hall Mrs Earl Streams Indiana Grange lecturer and Miss Lor raine Pierce the Home Grange lecturer have chosen Partners In Community Development as the theme The program will open with a duet by Judy Fair man and Avanel Crist Mr Wil liam Ingersol from the Indiana Chamber of Commerce will be the speaker Reading by Mrs Roy Howard Women of the month will be presented to the Grange Game by Mrs Ruth Crist An attendance door prize will be awarded The Creekside Grange will fill the chairs at this meeting This is an open meeting all Grangers and their friends are urged to attend Home From Hospital Stephen B Ray of 349 Grand view Avenue has been dis charged from the Veterans Hos pital in Oakland Pittsburgh He wishes to thank ail his friends relatives and neighbors for their beautiful cards and prayers Veterans Auxiliary Installed Officers At April 25th Meet The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1989 was held at the Country Club Tuesday evening April 25 with the president Gwen Turley presiding Hie ritualistic evening was fol lowed by the roll call of offi cers by the secretary Virginia Cummins who also read t h e minutes of the previous meet ing General orders and all offi cial communications Reports from committee chairmen were given Membership Rose Marie Sensabaugh gave an excellent report Rehabilitation Louise Cain reported 19 convalescent cards and 23 sympathy were sent to Post and Auxiliary mem bers and reported Ann Shankle s a patient in Indiana Hospital Cancer Nell Beck has formu lated plans for sewing and mak ing cancer dressings start soon She asked the support of all the members Americanism Ethel Lockard read a letter from the Auxiliary De partment of Pennsylvania which was very informative She also talked on purchasing new flag for several of the schools National Home Mary Stewart spoke on the spring activities at the school and asked those who knit to work for a mitten tree for the home children One of the Auxiliaries accumulated 30 pairs of mittens which they sent for Christmas gifts They were made during the summer Commander Robert Walker was made welcome as a visitor He discussed plans for a Loyalty Day program May 6 at the Country Club in cooperation with the Auxiliary Memorial Day plans were also discussed Helen Gross gave an interesting re port on the National President Mrs Frances Millican of Palat ka Florida visit to Indiana and the banquet in her honor Places were set for 262 The tables were centered with large bowls of carnations and fruit from her own state making the tables a beautiful scene Mrs Millican was presented with sev eral gifts from the Department of Pennsylvania the Districts and County Councils and Aux iliaries They were greatly ap preciated President Gwen Turkey re minded the members of the Loyalty Day dinner at Clymer on May 6 and urged all the members who could to attend Installation of officers follow ed with Helen Gross as install ing officer conductress Lou ise Cain secretary Thelma Mar shall musician Mary Stewart Elected and installed to office were President Rose Marie Sensabaugh Sr vice president Garnet Frampton Jr vice president Louise Cain treasur er Helen Gross chaplain Alta Hill cdnductress Pauline Jef fries guard Grace Flickinger trustee Gwen Turley Appointed to office are Sec retary Virginia Cummins pat riotic instructor Ethel Lockard color bearers Betty Elias Ann Elias Helen Adams Marie Mc Coy historian Elma DeLong musician Mary Stewart It was voted to donate to the department Scotland School fund It was voted to purchase dec orative candles as a ways and means project Nell Beck ap pointed chairman will have sam ples for showing Treasurer Helen Gross read her report which was approved The meeting closed with the re tiring of the colors and the serv ing of a delicious dutch treat luncheon to all the Auxiliary members Homer City Couple Wed Fifty Years Mr and Mrs David James of Homer City will celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary on Saturday May 6 Friends will be received in the old American Legion Home from two to four in the afternoon and from seven to nine oclock in the evening Mrs James was Emma Blanche Smith of Gipsy before her marriage She and Mr James have six living children Joseph of Coraopolis John and Francis of Pittsburgh Valjean of Clymer Cleora of Homer City and Dick at home They have 20 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren A daughter Lavora died at the age of nine and Emerson was killed in France July 8 1944 while serving with the Army Eightysixth Birthday Mrs Elizabeth Wetzel will celebrated her 86th birthday May 3 at the home of her son Or ville Peffer 369 Washington St in Indiana Carol Yvonne Sacco Carol Yvonne Sacco daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Sacco of 126 Greenville Road Hom er City was among the 99 stu dents at Saint Francis Hospital School of Nursing to receive their caps at capping exercises held in midMarch in the Mary Im maculate Hall Nurses Residence at the St Francis Hospital in Pittsburgh Miss Sacco is a graduate of Laura Lamar High School with the class of 1960 Before enter ing nurses training MisS Sacco attended summer sessions at In diana State College Republican Women Had Candidates Night At Fridays Meeting Proving that they were not merely fair weather Republi a fine represenatation of the Indiana County Council of Republican Women braved the elements Friday night for their meeting in Memorial Hall It was Candidates and the candidates too were well represented For county wide office that of jury commissioner had present Mrs James Charlotte Kring of town and Ike Simpson White township each of whom asked of voting support on May 16 For township offices White Town ship offered Clifford Fleming for supervisor and Messrs Brown Campbell Contrucci Cronk Good and Gray and Mes dames Hawxhurst and Yanity all aspiring to be tax collector For justice of the peace Mr Ira Martin for constable Mr John Elias and for assessor Mrs Al vie Ellen Fisher were also from White Township Young Township was represented by Mr Leonard Sadowski for super visor and Mrs Marcella Wright for school director Armstrong Township was represented by Mrs Helen Rising candiatef for tax collector Highlighting the business ses sion was an itemized report of recent registration activities giv en by Mrs Ward John son Presently Indiana County has registered voters Of these are Republicans with are Democrats 87 are Prohibitionists and 216 are non partisan The next registration period is May 22 to September 18 and those present were urged to overlook no one who should be registered and voting A letter read from Mrs Irvin R Helen McElweese presi dent of Pennsylvania Council of Republican woman and headed Why I am a stated that the Republican party stands for jobs not a dole for peace not war for opportunity for all with the government a partner not a A com munictaion from Congressman John P Saylor discussed the Federal aid to education bills with sound arguments against passage in the present form A delightful mother and daughter musical interlude was presented by Mrs William Fis cus and daughter Susan with the piano duet numbers Rondo by Diabelli Swanee Foster and Concerto No Tsehai Row sky The evening closed with an enjoyable social hour and the serving of coffee cookies and mints from an attractive table gay wtih spring blossoms White Township women directed by Mrs Joseph Hawxhurst included Mesdames M M Bush Cather ine Coleman George Young Alvie Fleming Clifford Fleming Ira Martin Clinton Peace Ern est Stafford Gerale Stumpf Lu ther Williams James Weaver and George Young Visit To Seven Colleges Miss Olive Fornear music and Keith School faculty member ac companied Dr Gertrude Duncan supervisor in the bureau of teach er education and certification in Harrisburg on the annual visita tion to seven colleges This annual visit is required by state law on all probationary programs in teacher education The following colleges were visitied Chatham music educa tion University of Pittsburgh masters degree in art educa tion Geneva College music edu cation Grove City College ele mentary education Allegheny College art education and Mer cyhurst music education Dignitaries and leaders of 26 CDA Courts in the Diocese of Greensburg attended Mie regu lar luncheonmeeting of burg Diocesan Committee of the Catholic Daughters of America in the Community Room of the Penn Albert Hotel Greensburg on Saturday April 22 Guest speaker Reverend Al fred Grotzinger State Share the Faith Moderator and Pastor of Holy Trinity Church in Ligortier spoke on the views of Federal Aid from the parents and com munities standpoint Father re minded the group of the Bis hops suggestions to read the booklet available on each parish pamphlet rack called Fifty Questions and Answers on Fed eral Aid to Educations National Catholic Welfare Father Alfred also stressed the importance of good example as a participation ih sharing the faith That each Catholic Daughter member is obligated and duty bound to pro mote good conduct and openly profess her faith and to be gen erous in helping where good ex amples can be instrumental in the faith Diocesan Chairman Mrs Paul ODonnell of Connellsville con ducted the business meeting The CDA diocesan group will hold a testimonial dinner in hon or of His Excellency The Most Reverend William G Connaire Bishop of Greensburg on Satur day May 6 at 12 oclock noon in the Redwood Room of Moun tain View Hotel route 30 in Greensburg All chaplains are to be guests of their courts A 11 court members should make their reservations prior to May 3 with the grand regent and court checks must accompany all reservations and mailed to the Diocesan treasurer The Bishop will be presented with a schol arship gift known as the May Schasny Scholarship Fund for educating a young man in the priesthood Mrs William A Newberry Publicity Chairman and Past Diocesan Chairman made the suggestion that inasmuch as this Mary Shasny Scholarship Fund was the purpose that the Greensburg Diocesan Committee was granted permission to for mulate in November 1952 that it be a perpetual motion irrevo cable so that it will exist per manently A motion was made and approved unanimously Mrs A M Schasny Pennsyl vania State RegemVand Nation al Director of Latrobe empha sized the enforcement of the constitution covering annual re ception of new members that Bishop Waters has requested tne membership be increased 10 per cent Mrs Schasny instructed the new regents that in order to be credited with any national char ity all checks other than per capita and supplies should be sent through tne State Office Any requests to courts for mem bership mailing lists or court reports should be directed to tne State Office Picnic tickets were distribut ed by the cochairman Mrs J ohn Lapina cf Jeannette Mrs Gino Spiardi Diocesan Torrance State hospital Cnair inan announced the Carnival date will be July 15 beginning at 11 All workers should wear an attire to carry out Lie theme of a Mardi Gras All do nations of usabie used articles or new are needed and checks snouid be made payaole to her and mailed to 5iya Maple Street Blairsville marked CDA Tor rance Mardi Gras All commun ity bands wishing to participate are welcome and needed and snouid contact the hospitals State Director Mr Norman Gu nnels at i orranue Roll call minutes of the past meeting and communications were read by the secretary Miss Dorothy Hradnansky Present from local Court St Bernard 339 were Mrs R E Michelotti District Deputy cf Clarksburg Mrs Edward Hari nett Grand Regent and Mis William A Newberry Diocesan Publicity Chairman Representing Court Queen of May 1085 Graceton was Miss Dorothy Hradnansky Grand Re gent Mrs Charlotte Hanten Exhibit In McElhaney Hall Through May 20 The work of Mrs Charlotte Hanten art department faculty member at Indiana State College will be on exhibit in McElhaney Hall at the college in Indiana through May 20 The exhibit will display works ranging from the various paint ing media to collage After five years of devoted ser vice to the field of art education at the college Mrs Hanten will further her studies this fall at Carnegie Tech in Pittsburgh Her exhibit is sponsored by the art students and faculty in ap preciation of the services she has rendered the department Interested persons are cordial ly invited to view the exhibit through May 20 and to attend a Meet the Artist reception in McElhaney Hall Sunday May 7 to coverse with Mrs Hanten When youre poaching fish steaks add sliced onion a bay leaf or peppercorns to the wat er Tammy Leigh Shaffer daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Irwin W Shaffer of Creekside celebrated her third birthday on April 24 She is the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Jason W Shaffer of Creekside and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meekins of Marion Center Great grandparents are Mrs Alberta Shaffer of Crecskide and Mr Don F Lydic of Kelso Wash ington Tammy received many nice gifts and cards United High Parent Teachers Elect New Officers At April Meet Mrs Earl Green is the new president of United High School Parent Teacher Association She was elected to succeed Mrs Craig Fry at the groups April meeting in the school Oth er officers are Mrs Russell Zallar first vice president Mrs G R McMullen second vice president Mrs Grant Rowe secretary and Mrs Mary Plow man treasurer Guests at the meeting were three foreign exchange students now attending high school in the Pittsburgh area and an Ameri can student also from the Pitts burgh area who returned re cently from Germany where she studied under the program Foreign students and t h e schools they are attending are Karen Haggard Sweden Quak er Valley High School Shaukat Pervez Pakistan North Alleghe ny High School and David El zik Egypt Avonworth High School The American student is Beverly Hoyt also a student at Avonworth The students compared educa tional standards in their native countries and the United States They also discussed juvenile de linquency problems and the Ken nedy Peace Corps The students were accompan ied by James McLaughlin prin cipal of Avonworth High School Foster Hill United High School principal informed the PTA that his school will play host to a foreign exchange student next year Woodrovv Phillippi super vising principal spoke about leg islation affecting schools Refreshments were served fol lowing themeeting Pete Stewart local auctioneer conducted a pie auction following the refresh ments The proceeds will be turned over to the Student Coun cil to help with the foreign ex change program Travelers Auxiliary Installed Officers The regular meeting of United Commercial Travelers Auxiliary 191 was held in the Community Center Building Thursday April 27 at Sr Counselor Mary Lowman presided during the business meeting Following the secretary and treasurers reports the new officers for the year 19611962 were installed by installing of ficers Sr counselor Larue Mc Cullough conductress M a z i e Lingenfelter secretary M a e Kunkle chaplain Agnes Davis and organist Beth Vinton Officers installed Sr Counse lor Edith Sanford Jr counselor Mary Stewart Past Sr counse lor Mary Lowman secretary Olive Moore treasurer Zella Bath conductress Lorraine White page Betty McPhilimy sentinel Ruth Stiver chaplain Hope Mikesell organist Dorothy McHenry Faith Mae Revie Hope Mae Little and Executive Board Eden Helman Sr Counselor Edith Sanford announced committees for the year She thanked the committee members for their cooperation when approached to serve on the various committees The officers presented a beau tiful gift to Past Sr Counselor Mary Lowman who also pre sented a gift to each of her of ficers Betty McPhilimy reported that 150 dinners had been served at the smorgasbord held at Rustic Lodge on Wednesday26th This is an annual affair for Council 598 and Auxiliary 191 Helen LeJune was presented a Past Counselor Pin This repre sented six years of service to the Auxiliary Birthday gifts were presented to Zella Bath Mae Kunkle Helen LeJune Hope Mikesell Olive Moore Ethel Walker The attendance award was won by Ethel Walker Members are reminded that annual picnic will be held at Mack Center July 2Gth Virginia Lewis and her com mittee served tasty refreshments from a table that was lovely with spring flowers COMING EVENTS Plumville Valley Meeting Gate Changed Plumcreek Valley Gfafige No 102 has changed the date of their meeting to May 11 change was necessary because of repairs being made on Grange Hall At the meeting on May ll there will be a Stanley Party be ginning at 8 and everyone is invited to come Each Grange family is asked to bring a pie for refreshments On May 18 the children from the Red Lion School will put on a musical program The families of these children are invited to come More details will be an nounced later but all are asked to keep this date in mind as it will be a most enjoyable eve ning Lutheran Ladies Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary of Zion Lutheran Church will meet on Wednesday evening May 3 at 8 oclock in the Chapman Room The May group with Mrs George Young as chairman will have charge of the entertain ment for the evening and will present Mrs W R Williams who will give a talk on and show slides of Birds of Our Back Yard Members note change in date of meeting United Lutheran Church Women The United Lutheran Church women of Zion Lutheran Church will meet on Wednesday after noon May 3 at oclock in the Chapman Room for their reg ular monthly meeting The topic will be The Lutheran Chuth in A Changing Dorothy Lawrence Circle The Dorothy Lawrence Circle of the Graystone United Presby terian Church will meet Wed nesday evening May 3 at with Rev William Slither land to study the Book of At 8 the group will meet in the social hall to finish the quilt Indiana High 46 Class Members of the Indiana Joint High School Class of 194C will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o clock in Stapletons Restaurant All members of the class are invited to attend to help with plans for the reunion of the class set for August Rummage Sale The Beth Isarel Synogogue rummage sale will be held on Tuesday May 2 beginning at 9 at the Community Cen ter Building There will be mena womens and childrens clothing and miscellaneous articles The sale will last all day St Anthonys Church Mothers The Christian Mothers of St Anthonys Church in Aultman will meet Wednesday May 3 at in the church hall Father Fred Sauer will be guest speaker Welcome Wagon Social Committee The Social Committee and in terested volunteers are urged to attend a meeting on Tuesday May 2 Mrs William Noel 34 Shady Drive will be hostess Alta Vista Homemakers The Alta Vista Homemakers will meet at the home of Mrs John Campbell on Tuesday May 2 at 8 Color in the home will be discussed Remember to bring the material for scrolls Taylorsville Homemakers The Taylorsville Homemakers will meet tomorrow morning at at the Commodore Church basement The project is leather tooling Covered dish at noon Art of Conversation Topic For PEG Meeting An interesting program entitled The Art of Conversation was presented to the members of Chapter C of the Sister hood on Thursday evening April 27 at the home of Mrs Rogers Rankin on Marion Road Mrs Charles Russell defined ideal conversation as an exchange of thought and not an eloquent exhibition of wit and oratory One might do well to remember that the faults of conversation are committed not by those who talk too little but by those who talk too much Mrs Cloid Rinn discussed tha art of conversation through well known personalities who have practiced it A primary rule for behavior in company a rule that applies particularly to conversa tion is try to do and say only that which will be agreeable to others The program which continued to develop the theme for this year To Obtain was concluded by exchange of thought between the members in four conversation groups Hie program was stimulating and provocative During the social hour the hostesses for the evening Mrs Rogers Rankin and Mrs John Simpson served tasty refresh meats ;
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