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New Castle News (Newspaper) - May 20, 1952, New Castle, Pennsylvania I Tiu a a Ifim cd Jbv aided Tda Sitte 1887 eight new Castle pa., news tuesday May 20, 1952 Honor students of High school at rotary club Rev. For. Kuzminski Speaks to group of 86 at monday meet Rev. For. Edward c. Kuzminski 9f the holy Trinity National Catholic polish Church talked to 86 Honor students of new Castle High school class of 1952 at the regular meeting of rotary club in the Castleton monday. The Honor students largest group Ever to represent the High school were introduced by miss Margaret a. Montgomery member of the new Castle faculty. Rev. Kuzminski was introduced by rotarian Richard e Rentz the speaker told the students the Bible Story of Quot a kind deed and then added philosophers thoughts and his own advice to the address regarding the future of Young people. Visiting rotarians yesterday were e. L. Wigman of Rochester Mel f. Ogram of Youngstown. A. Mcgarr of Alburquerque n. M., and w. W. Orr of new Wilmington. Guests were w. W. Elder Jim Richardson and Joseph Hopkins the Honor students include the following Angelucci Anita Marie Bellock Marjorie Louise. Berkstresser. Jerry William Bigley Donna Jean Billman Bruce Elwin. Bias Suzanne Book. Joan Louise Britton Dorothy Jeanne. Broaddus. We Illiam Franklin. Brown Gail Price. Bucker. Jean e Bush. Patricia sue Caldwell. Harnett mane Campbell Barbara Edwins Cangey. Rita Mary. Canon. Marilyn Louise. Carman. Joan Carol. Clark Barbara Ann. Clark. Edith Carol. Cobau. John Reed. Comparone Angeline Antoinette. Conway Laura Ann Cooper Jeanne Allen. Deiger Gaylene sue. Delaney Marjorie Jean. Edge ton Barbara Anne. Essinger Mary Kathleen. Fiscus Dwight Covert. Fullerton. Richard Clark. Fusco Joan Visilda. Glenn. Richard Lee. Haims. Lawrence Joseph. Hanna. Mary Beverly. Higgins. Betty Jean. Jenkins Norma Marie. Jones. Phyllis Hannah. Jurina Michael Joseph. Kelly Jessie Jane Kirol. Philip Michael Kolodiejski. Stanley Marion. Langan Anna Mary. Laurel Thomas Charles. Donna Jeanne Lehberger. Darrel Burke. Love Grace Elizabeth. Burnley. Nancy Jane. Lutz. Phyllis Covert Malandro Joseph Eugene. Malizia Dolores Frances. Mangine Helen Cecelia Mansfield. William Thomas. Mastrian Anthony Samuel. Mcnamara. Edward Paul. Char Josephine Ann Morns. Jessie Virginia Owens Beverly Ann. Palumbo. Lucille Mae Paolone. Nicholas Anthony. Perry Ann Louise Plonka Sherry Anne. Popp. Jane Anne. Porter Evelyn Dale. Richard Nancy Carroll. Rishor Ann Frances. Rosenberger Susan Jane. Ross John Francis. Ruby. Fail Campbell saas. Nancy Louise Sarbo Shirley Mae. Scungio Mildred Amelia. Shaffer. Paul Edward. Sherer Kathryn Lee Sherman Donna Jean. Slav Larry George Stoffick. Loretta Marie. Susia. Allen Richard. Thayer. Evelyn Corbet. Tilton Lois Jane. Trumble. Patricia Ann. Venditto Charlotte. Venturella Anna May Weir. Ellen Margritte. White. Carrie Adeline Williams David Royal. Zazas Bessie Vesselene. It. Hope cemetery clean up slated it. Hope cemetery association is planning its annual clean up Day program which will take place on saturday May 24, starting in the morning and continuing throughout the Day. Those interested Are requested to come ready for work. Clarence Rohr is Secretary of the association. Forgive taxes Plainville local vow Post does no to Bear grudges. As a Plainville Man of the year Quot it named George w. Bartlett for 20 years the towns tax collector. Drive slow children move fail Neww director 5�� i��1 t i 11 i i course is set up lakes up duties like new again men s leather and rubber half soles Ron. $2.25 value our Price wednesday and thursday Only off Fino end workmanship guaranteed Why More a while a wait 6 20� Washington it i new Castle news photo miss Bessie a. miss Bessie a. Petett of 7420 Hermitage Street. Pittsburgh. Ais the new executive director of the Elm Street Branch of the y. W. C a miss Petett will be responsible for administration work at the Branch including organization of activities All program clerical work and supervision of the maintenance staff. The Yoi no executive was presented to the Community recently at the or fare Council luncheon. The personnel committee and committee of management Are Happy to Welcome miss Petett to new Castle As a staff member of the new Castle association miss Petett is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh in sociology with a b a degree. Before coming to this City she was employed at the Western psychiatric Hospital which is operated by the University of Pittsburgh. Miss Petett has had experience As a group sponsor and supervisor at the Wadsworth Community Center of Pittsburgh. She was also affiliated with the Oakland Branch of the y. W c. A. As a a teen advisor. Miss Petett is a member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority and is a music and dramatic enthusiast. Downward trend to Relief Rolls Harrisburg. May 20.�?uns� a acceleration of the downward trend in Pennsylvania a Relief Rolls during the first half of May was reported today by the state department of Public assistance. The two weeks drop amounted to 3.191 persons and Cut the Rolls to 244,996, the spa announced. The average drop during the four preceding Semi monthly periods was 1,702 persons. The Relief Burden at mid May was the lightest since january 1946, the spa added when an upward trend reflected demobilization of the armed forces and reconversion of Industry. For this week end Ralph f. Davis chairman of leadership training committee of the Lawrence county Council boy scouts of America announced today that a training course in troop camping will be held this week end first session will be Friday. May 23. At 7 30 p m in the scout office. And second and third sessions May 24 and May 25 at Camp Agawam course Leader is to be Ray n. Zeigler Lawrence county a Only Wood badge Trainer and experienced camper and scoutmaster. Included in the staff instructors Are n. J. Mccluskey Charles Fol Lette. Lav erne Weaver. Or a. G. Reynolds. Alan Chamberlain Robert roof and c. L. Jones. Plumbers request Board be filled when Council met in City Hall monday William Koontz and John w. Trent members of the registered plumbers association requested Council to fill the quota on the Board of plumbing examiners. Koontz said one Board member had passed away and the other was inactive. Mayor Edward a. Decarbo said that the Man supposedly inactive was not inactive Only recently having participated in examining prospective licensees. The mayor said that at this examination no License to participate plumbing were granted by the examiners. However he said he would Confer with inspector Harold Dunlap concerning the situation. Band group plans reunion at Pitt former and present University of Pittsburgh band members will hold a reunion november 1 in conjunction with the Homecoming Day football game. An All Day reunion will be held at the Schenley hotel on that Day and alumni band members will March to the football game with the marching band and will sit next to them during the game. The committee on arrangements is requesting the former band members to Register now by sending their names and Correct addresses to judge Harry m. Montgomery. City county building Grant Street Pittsburgh. Owns 19 titles Hank Dreyer now a new York a. C. Athlete has won 19 National championships in the Hammer discus 56 and 35 Pound weight throws in 22 years. Reindeer were originally native to Northern Europe and Siberia. Folks of Fame born in Cherokee la., on february 3, 1879. Sen. Guy m. Gillette obtained his Law degree in 1900 and commenced practice in Cherokee. He served As prosecuting attorney of Cherokee county and was a member of the state Senate. He also served in world War 1 As Captain of infantry. He was elected to the 73rd United states Congress and re elected then elected to the Senate in 1936, and re elected to that body until 1944. In 1948 he was again elected to the Senate with the highest majority in the history of his state. For Uny infant liter 1-1a mor to 4 tra. A la White rec beige Brown Alto Belge and Brown Combina Ca Cal Tola. to Davis a co. A a Rii team to Walb right m jumping Jackt did you know palmolive soap 3 a. 25c there is no substitute for Quality planning a new Home that new Home you be been planning be yours w Ith a modern Home loan from the first Federal savings. We re specialists in new Home financing. Drop in for a visit and learn How easy it is to have the Home of your dreams. We serve your neighbors Why not you savings cd loan Assn new castes 25 n. Mill St. Britton s be a 7 Hope you re making plans to keep our fuses from blowing a Chambers motor co Chrysler and Plymouth Shenango and a rant Sta. 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An other sign of inadequate wiring is the Quot octopus Quot outlet found in Many Homes. Not Only is it unsightly and unsafe but it also results in sub performance from your appliances. What s the meaning of adequate wiring simply this having big enough wire plus enough outlets conveniently located for the use of your appliances today. And tomorrow. When the wiring in your Home meets those requirements electric appliances will operate More efficiently. Then you enjoy All the modern comforts and conveniences of modern electric living with maximum Economy and safety. To enjoy All the convenience of adequate wiring Call for our wiring representative without obligation or go to your electrical contractor. Pennsylvania Power company Chrysler v-8 180 a. P. 4-door Sedan Ajax Cleanser 2 . 25� delivers in $ now Basile for immediate delivery 3285 . Super Market 1.32 s. Mill St. Phon. Mil Coffee 77 $2-25 1-lb. Sub. The new 3 a 23

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