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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Indiana, PennsylvaniaYule scene delights 3 generations Page 10 thursday december 13, 2012 family the Indiana Gazette 60th class reunion submitted photo Homer City class of 1952 celebrated its 60th class reunion sept. 22 at the red barn sports menus club. Classmates attending were first Row from left Irene Machuga George Anna scribe Roschella Betty Gonda Cipollini Elizabeth Paliaro Marano Mary Insana Renda Delores Duffalo Sardone Rose Fabin Frey and Giovanni Granelli Demeter and second Row Francis Voyten George Barney Tom Smith Richard Bush John sink Tom Householder Donald Cipollini Richard Smatana George Coury John Dominick Steve Demeter and Don Harshyne. Pizza party submitted photo Indiana county District attorney Patrick Dougherty recently sponsored a contest for All Indiana University of Pennsylvania student organizations to win a pizza party based on their attendance at the up is. Shippensburg game on nov. 10. Pictured Are up football team senior Captain Johnny Franco defensive Back Chris Brown and Dougherty thanking the Winner Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. Birthdays Evan Mosco Evan Mosco son of Chad and Amanda Mosco of Indiana celebrated his first birthday on dec. 5. Helping Evan celebrate at a party in his Honor were his big Sisters Ella and Addison family and friends. Evan is the grandson of Tim and Deb Lutton and Paul and Peggy Mosco All of Blairsville. He is the great grandson of Bea Lutton and Ann Mosco also of Blairsville. Morgan Blystone Morgan Lynn Blystone celebrated her second birthday on july 9 with a lady Bug party at her House. She celebrated with family and friends. Morgans parents Are Jennifer and Ray Blystone of Indiana. She has a proud big brother Matthew. Her grandparents Are James and Barbara Wally of Allison Park Cindy Blystone of Spring Church and the late Raymond Blystone. Dear Mary my husband and i have been saving for the past year to take a Long overdue romantic getaway and weave narrowed our dream destination Down to Aruba. Since staying there can be pricey our travel agent suggested we consider one of those All inclusive resorts. She said Well save Money on drinks and meals and wont have to worry about having Cash or credit cards on hand since everything will be paid in Advance. But Ive heard that you actually lose Money with these deals because they pad the Price of everything in order to make a profit. Now we dont know what to think. Bonnie new Jersey dear Bonnie i dont know that padding the Price would be the Best Way to put it but for sure in an All inclusive plan youll pay for lots of things youll probably never use. You can be sure they ave built in generous gratuities Many meals and a big bar allowance. Personally i like to decide How much to tip or which meals i want to pay for. I have a suggestion. Now that you have a Price for an All inclusive vacation get a second opinion from another travel agent. Have the agent put together an Al a carte version of the same vacation. Do some digging yourself at the major airlines websites. Many now offer very affordable vacation packages that include airfare and hotel accommodations at resorts throughout the world. Check out Costco aaa or other travel related websites. Once you see your options youll be Able to make a More reasoned decision. Dear Mary my husband and i Are very close with our next door neighbors. Our children play together All the time and we frequently spend holidays together. About a month ago they asked us if wed be interested in going in together and buying a new state of the Art Lawn Mower. Neither one of us could afford it on our own so they figured Why not split the Cost and share the rewards. My husband is All excited but ism a Little nervous. What happens if we have a falling out with them or one of us decides to move is this a Good idea Debi Texas dear Debi i think its a great idea and you will avoid All kinds of misunderstandings and problems Down the Road if you have a written agreement from the Start. Who pays for repairs and maintenance talk through what each couple defines As Normal use. Where will the Mower be stored who buys the Gas what Are your buy out terms should one family move or want out of the Deal it also Hurt to come up with a plan if another neighbor asks to borrow the Mower from time to time too. Believe me it will be much easier to talk about these things now rather than later. Do you have a question for Mary email her at Mary everyday cheapskate. Com or write to everyday cheapskate p. O. Box 2099, Cypress Ca 90630. Mary Hunt is the founder of wow. . Com a personal finance member website and the author of 7 Money rules for life released in 2012. To find out More about Mary and read her past columns please visit the creators Syndicate web Page at wow. Creators. Com. Everyday cheapskate Mary Hunt email questions or tips to Mary every Day cheap skate. Com or everyday cheapskate p. O. Box 2135, Paramount Ca 90723. By Hillary Borrud the bulletin Prineville Ore. For Beth Grimes 72, her Christmas display of miniatures known As the Grimes Christmas scene provides an annual Opportunity to catch up with longtime friends and acquaintances. Why have something if you dont share it Grimes said. I enjoy seeing the people. Were on the third generation with some families. On sunday afternoon Grimes noticed a woman about to leave the exhibit at the Crook county Fairgrounds. You re More than Welcome to have a cookie Gloria Grimes said. Gloria Wilcox 80, stopped for a cookie and said she has been visiting the Grimes Christmas scene for decades. I remember when you had it in your living room Wilcox told Grimes. How Longs that been the tradition began in 1959 when Beth Grimes Mother in Law Letha Grimes gave her a Small collection of miniature houses to set up for Christmas. Grimes said she and her husband Jay Grimes used to set up the miniatures in their Home and invited the Community to visit. In 1993, when More than 2,000 people stopped by in the month before Christmas the Grimesey decided to look for another location. The display moved from one building to another including empty storefronts and the Bowman museum Annex. There were some years without a Public display due to family illness or Lack of a venue but Grimes said the family always had a Small Christmas Village at Home. The display opened the Day after thanksgiving and is now open wednesday through sunday through dec. 24. Admission is free. The items on display this year Are Only part of Grimes collection. Venues ism in Are smaller so not everything is out Grimes said. For insurance purposes she estimated there were 20,000 to 30,000 pieces in the family is collection. In the past Grimes set up much of the display on her own. This year half a dozen friends pitched in to unpack and arrange the pieces. In May i went through another bout of breast cancer and ism receiving treatment Grimes said. I need help. Just unpacking these things is huge. The friends who helped Grimes set up this season worked with her in the records imaging department at Les Schwab. They were Laid off in october when the department shut Down and the work was outsourced Grimes said. She worked for the company 34 years most recently As a supervisor. Were at Loose ends and that gave us a Chance to have our hands and our minds Busy for a while Grimes said of setting up and publicizing the Christmas scene. Grimes said children often gravitate toward the mechanical items in the Christmas display. She is looking Forward this week when she expects to receive a Santa slide she ordered through Ebay. A previous slide with motorized santas that Slid up and Down the toy broke and it has taken Grimes a Long time to find a replacement. Last sunday Mesa Whitmore 6, walked through the display with her family. Mesa said her favorite part of the display was a mechanical stuffed Bear Reading a Book to a baby Bear. Mesa said she liked the Bear because it moves. Her brother Tell Whitmore 8, was also a fan of the mechanical pieces. Tell said his favorite was the circus display which features swinging acrobats and a group of performers balanced on a bicycle Riding across a High wire. I like the Lions Tell said pointing to several Lions sitting on the floor of the circus. Grimes said she added the circus piece this year. Its something Wilcox said. You re always just in Awe of it. Joe Kline / associated press Beth Grimes top set up her annual Christmas scene of miniatures at the Crook county Fairgrounds in Prineville Ore. Betty Boarts Marion Center Robert l. Braughler new York Debra Brewer Indiana Braden Dunn Lucernemines Lucer Jason Elkin Rural Valley Justin Elkin Dayton Chris Mcintyre Cherry tree Leora rising Indiana Terry Shirley sr., Homer City Michael Snyder Creekside Chris Worcester Homer City if you see these people today be sure to wish them a Happy birthday the Gazette would like to wish you a Happy birthday to have a name added to the list Call 724 465 5555, ext. 265. If you leave a message be sure to spell out the first and last name of the person celebrating their special Day and remember to Tell us the Day and the town where they live. Messages left with incomplete information will not be run on the list. Submission guidelines for coming events reunion and anniversary announcements items must be submitted at least one week prior to the requested Date of publication. All submissions must be typed and must include a daytime phone number. The Gazette will no longer accept Handwritten submissions. Submissions Are subject to editing for space and Content
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