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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - February 11, 1964, Levittown, Pennsylvania A age 4 Bristol courier and Levittown times tuesday february la 1964 these Slidders who Are obviously unsympathetic to motorists who snarl at Snow when Snow snarls traffic take advantage of Northampton townships rolling Hills a another Boon to motorists in Snow the youngsters Are from left Robin Schieber 13 Kathy Bourque 12 Karen Bourque 12 Jeffrey Klaus to and David Schieber la. Courier times photo lenten rites scheduled by churches special services and activities were announced today by area churches for the lenten season beginning tomorrow a Cash the North and Southampton counsellors honoured by Lions club International counsellors of Lions clubs in three counties were honoured As guest speakers at a recent meeting of the Somerton and Bustleton Lions clubs. District governor Harry livery introduced the speakers who were former District governors from Bucks Delaware and Philadelphia counties. The counsellors were William j. Salus Ralph r Spence Jim Stuhlmuller Dick Madonna nor Man a. Cook a. Fred Manno and Leonard in Cella. Their topic of speech concerned the promotion of zionism in Bucks and Philadelphia counties. Attending the meeting from the Somerton club were president Hal Reese vice presidents Bob Hopf and John Larsen past presidents George Bertolet Fred Stevens Elbert Simon Ange Raimo and Frank Dyer Bill Mettin sr., Edward Mich ener Cargill store Russ my Alpine and Roy Reinard. Cub pack to tour main Post office cub pack 76 of Feasterville Duckenfield Wolf badge and franchise Date Cleveland got its american league franchise in 1900 will tour the Philadelphia main Post office saturday it was announced today. Other plans made by the cubs during their recent meeting at St. Stephens lutheran Church in Trevose include the annual Quot Blue and Gold banquet which will be held at the Trevose fire Hall on sunday feb. 23. A highlight of the banquet will be a magic show performed by a Philadelphia magician called the a movie was shown to the cubs on first Aid during the meeting which was a follow up to the demonstration Given them recently by the Trevose Heights Rescue squad. Wear uniforms to celebrate National cub scout week the cubs decided to Wear their uniforms to school and Church throughout the week. Awards Given out during the meeting include the following cubs Den two Charles we Law Bear Gold and Denner stripes David Jones Silver under Bear and assistant Denner stripes Alan Clark Bear Gold and assistant Denner stripes William William Sheaffer Silver under Bear badge. Den three Earl King Bear badge Edward Panzeter lion and Gold badges. Den four Wayne Kapral Gold and Silver under Bear badges Bobby Brown Silver under Wolf badge and Igor he Kevick Gold under Bear badge. Den five Albert Koschak Wolf badge. Other recipients of awards were Tom Kapral and Bruce Ryan Tenderfoot John Costanzo Bobcat Edward Panzeter promoted to Rebelos and Tom Kapral and Bruce Ryan promoted to scouts. Fat program is cancelled the lower Southampton elementary school announced to Day it has cancelled its special program tonight honouring the schools teachers. The Cancella Tion was made because of Snow. The program will be held next tuesday night at 8 30 in the school Bridgetown Pike Feasterville. Another step Forward. Gaining valuable experience Are these student teacher s from Penn state who Are practice teaching at the to guessing Junior High school in Feasterville. The teachers and the departments to which Thev have been As signed Are from left Marilyn Reed Art George Svok mathematics Lames Vander Meer social studies Theodore Hansen English and Susan Meier foreign languages. Courier times photo Churchville woman Sart on display a Quot one Many Art exhibit is on display at the Germantown savings Bank a Huntingdon Valley office Huntingdon Pike and Rockledge ave., by mrs. Margaret n. Kohlmeyer of 465 Elm ave., Churchville. The exhibit will be shown through february from to . To 3 . Weekdays and from to . Until i . Saturday. Mrs. Kohlmeyer is a member of the old York Road and Hatboro Art guilds and the Pocono mountains Art group. She has exhibited in various Bucks county Art shows for Many years and has had several exclusive Art shows. Prominent artists under whom she has studied include Nydia Parker. Gertrude Shaefer and Roy Nuse. Mrs. Kohlmeyer describes her style of painting As being she says her favorite subjects for painting Are old buildings houses and rustic farms. Planners to meet a meeting of the upper Southampton township planning commission will be held tonight at 8 o clock in the Northeast Federal savings and loan association Street Road and second Street Pike Southampton. Reformed Church of Churchville has slated a Bible study class tomorrow at 9 . And 8 . A sunday evening series of lectures will be Given for five consecutive weeks by or. Vernon Koory professor of the new testament at the new Brunswick theological Seminary no. The lectures will be Given at 7 15 . They will concern culture race Power politics Church and state and morality and ethics. The theme of the speeches is a the Bible and problems of our modern Bible study a Bible study service will be held tomorrow night at 8 of clock by St. Stephens evangelical lutheran Church East state Road. Feasterville. The Church will also hold Bible study classes sunday at 8 . And la . St. Johns methodist Church Richboro will begin a series of inspirational films a in Black and White a at the Richboro elementary school tomorrow night at 7 30. The 30 minute films will be shown each wednesday throughout Lent at the same time. The senior Church school class is in charge of the program. Holy communion will be Given this sunday at the la . Service. New members of the Church will be received sunday by Rev. John s. Carter pastor. A Sermonis Bible study will be conducted tomorrow evening at 8 of clock in the Good Shepherd lutheran Church pastor Richard e. Boye announced. On sunday the Church has scheduled three holy communion services 8 15, 9 30 and la . The guest speaker for All services will be Rev. Brady y. Faggart director of the Christian education for North Carolina Synod. Assumption of the blessed Virgin Mary Church in Feasterville will have two morning masses tomorrow 6 30 and 8 of clock and an evening devotional service at 7 30. Ashes will be distributed at All three services. In addition the stations of Cross service will be conducted every Friday throughout Lent at 7 30 . Masses at St. Andrewes Catholic Church Newtown will be hold every morning throughout Lent. From monday to Friday the masses will be held at 6 30 and 11 15. Mass on saturday morning will be at 8 of clock. Ashes will be distributed at both masses wednesday and also after 7 of clock Benediction service in the evening. Stations of the Cross will be conducted each Friday with Benediction at 8 . Lenten services of the Addis Ville reformed Church will begin tomorrow in a service of penitence with the pastor Rev. Michael Romano preaching. Next tuesday at 7 30 . In the Chapel the color film Quot the Power of the resurrection will juvenile problems i i committee to meet be presented. This film shows the effect of the resurrection of Christ upon Peter and the other disciples. During the succeeding four weeks clergymen will speak concerning the Power of the resurrection in Quot the slums a Quot in the sophisticated City congregation Quot in the cell and Quot in the school room. The Climax reverend Romano states will be the easter morning Sermon Quot the Power of the resurrection in Advent evangelical lutheran Church will hold an Ash thursday service at Hettler shall on feb. 13, since the facilities Are not available on wednesdays the sacrament of the altar will be observed and the first dialogue Sermon will be delivered by pastor William t. Walton and Rev. Frank Todwick of Philadelphia. Entitled a take five a the dialogue will concern studies in salvation found in the Book of romans. The service begins at 8 . On tuesday feb. 18 All the circles of the lutheran Church women will meet at the lutheran House on second Street Pike at 8 15 . The speaker will be pastor Robert Horstman protestant chaplain at Embree Ville state Hospital in Chester county. His theme will concern mental health and religion. Every member of Advent Parish will be visited on feb. 23 and Given a reproduced picture of the new Church buildings. Devotional booklets for Lent have also been prepared by reverend Walton and certain Parish members for use by the local congregation. On feb. 19 at the Richboro school Quot a heart of Gold will be shown by the St. Johns methodist Church. The film concerns recognition that possessions come from god and Are to be shared with others. The commission on education will be the worship leaders that wednesday evening. Young people of St. Johns methodist Church will attend the North District youth conference feb. 21 and 22 at Calvary meth Odith Church Easton. The theme is Quot Faith meets Faith a a presentation and discussion on christianity a relevance to other religious and ideological faiths those 14-21 years of age will participate. The Guild for Christian service of the Addieville reformed Church will present Peter Polloni the executive director of the Bucks county association for the mentally handicapped. Pol Loni will speak at 8 . Tuesday evening feb. 18 in the Chapel. Devotions will be led by miss Joan Clayton. The Public is invited. Addieville reformed Church will be the meeting place of the women of the Newtown Council of churches and meetings on Friday feb. 14 at 2 . For the annual Observance of the world Day of prayer. Following this service some of the women of the Host Church will hold a half hour service at Clearview nursing Home. World Day of prayer is a traditional Observance the first Friday in Lent by protestant women in almost every country. The service at the Richboro Church is open to All. T r e Vose f Basterville fire damage held to $58 Iii Richboro Richboro fire chief William Wendig has reported that $298, too in Richboro property was subjected to possible fire dam births listed at Hospital the following recent births were announced today by the holy redeemer Hospital Meadowbrook. Or. And mrs. William Peiffer 1379 Lake Road Feasterville girl. Or. And mrs. Morris Bush 1829 Bustleton Pike Feasterville girl. Or. And mrs. Carl Tressel 1304 Nesh Aminy ave., Oakford girl. Or. And mrs. Richard Hab Good. Or. 21 second St., Feasterville boy. Or. And mrs. Nicholas Dipietro or. 10606 Evans St., Somerton a boy. Or. And mrs. Thomas Gar Berina 1922 Hansen drive Cornwells Heights a girl. Or. And mrs. Charles gorm Ley 425 Rosewood ave., Trevose a girl. Or. And mrs. Harry Froehlich jr., 970 Jeffrey drive Southampton a girl. Or. And mrs. Donald Schwartz 12 Rose St., Feasterville a girl. Or. And mrs. Stanley Gual Tieri 108 second St., Feasterville a girl. Age during the past month but the actual loss was Only $58. The report was disclosed during a meeting of the company held recently in the fire House. The chief explained that the Large figures were accounted for by three Field of Brush fires since adjacent properties were very valuable. All fires however were quickly extinguished he said. Fire police chief Joseph Mignogna informed the membership at Large that the new car radios and base station for two Way service to fire police vehicles have been installed. The fire truck for the Holland area is to be delivered in the next two weeks. It is to be housed temporarily in the George Noe barn on Rockville Road until a new budding for fire purposes is erected. Robert Dehn Herbert Deuel Walter Koenig Fred Nixon and William Newman were named to the building committee to begin plans for the contemplated Central fire House in Richboro. The Sale of the present facilities in Richboro has not yet been consummated. Named to the 1964 fund drive committee were Robert Kohl Charles Briggs and Fred Nixon. The drive traditionally begins late in april. U. S. Department of agriculture Dairy specialists said umps in evaporated milk Are formed by solids settling during storage. They said these lumps do not harm the milk. Penn Levittown shopping Center fruit airless k1us shopping Center Penn Quality amp u. S. Government Grade Choice steer beef sirloin or 7&Quot rib steaks 65 Al so Juicy tender Steak porterhouse amp to Slone 69 the juvenile problems committee of the Centennial joint schools will meet in the lecture Hall of William Tennent High school wednesday feb. 26, at 8 . Members of the Public who item to attend announced Wil Are interested in working on this committee Are cordially invited to attend announced William b. Cummings administrative assistant of the High school. The purpose of this committee is to identify eliminate and Correct various problems confronting boys and girls of juvenile age who reside in the communities of the Centennial joint schools Cummings said. Outfitters men boys Lincoln s birthday tale Church slates hat Sale a hat Sale will be held tonight at our lady of Fatima Catholic Church on Street Road Cornwells Heights at 8 of clock. Hats bags gloves and childrens accessories will be sold. To be or it or a adding machines calculators Honor players Lansing a during 22 years of coaching at Michigan state Biggie Munn developed 15 football player recognized for All America honors. I authorized sales o service o rentals sized a Underwood Agency normans stationery co. 416 Mill St a Bristol a. St 8-7866 men s sport Coats broken sizes now $24.95 in car nothing beats the classics. And in sport Coats the same is True. We be assembled a spacial group of your favorite style and color. 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