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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Titusville, PennsylvaniaBe Behbeh u 1970 the tttu8ville Herald Penis Al Aoe to Kos happenings in Pleasantville by mrs Walter Scott ms7421 minister and wife honoured by free methodist Church Rev and mrs David n Thomas were honoured guests at a reception held in the parsonage of the Pleasantville free methodist Church monday eve Ning at 7 pm the affair arranged by Mem Bers of the Church to Welcome the Thomass Back to pleasant Ville and observe the 79th birth Day anniversary of Rev Thomas gift of a love offering contributed by the Church and friends of the couple and a floor lamp presented in appreciation for the spiritual Light they have been to their friends and flock was Given by Harold Ewing v a Fourier birthday cake baked by mrs Diane Crawford pad director of the woman missionary society was pre tented to Rev Thomas while the guests Sang Happy birth the Welcome prayer offered by Harold Ewing was followed by a program that included a Reading the Farmer and the lord by mrs Alverta Craw Ford president of the women missionary society w i 1 f o r d Marsh read the poem id like to a Reading an understanding Friend was dedicated to Rev and mrs Thomas by Dennis Crawford two original poems a prayer and valuable things were read by mrs Barbara Patterson Rev Thomas closed the program with a prayer of response the remainder of the evening was a time of enjoyable fellow ship with refreshments served by the members of the woman missionary society Rev and mrs Thomas moved to Pleasantville from Tyrone about two weeks ago after he had accepted the appointment of the stationing committee at the annual conference of the Oil City District free of methodist churches to the pastorate in the Pleasantville Church for the Sec Ond time the pleasant vice society is very Happy to have Rev Sand mrs Thomas Back mrs Alverta Crawford wms president stated they have already been a wonderful Blessing to us god is Good As our pastor would say count your blessings name them two by two count your blessings name them four by four count your blessings name them by the score count your blessings there Are Mil Lions More we count our blessings and Are grateful Lions club has program on elections James Mccormick from the general Telephone company of Pennsylvania was the guest speaker at the first meeting for the fall and Winter of the Pleasantville Lions club held in the collage inn monday evening Mccormick spoke on the importance of an election and urged All people to get out and vote he stated that of the 122 million registered voters in the United states Only about one third or 48 million cast their vote at the last National election the candidate receives his of fice on a very Small majority often As few As 55 voted in the same Way a candidate can Loose the election by As Small a minority while the Lions clubs Are non Politica organizations and do not support any candidate they do strongly urge All eligible Vot ers to exercise their voting privilege and go to the Pules at the next election lion president Clyde Apthorp presided at a Brief Board meeting when plans were started for a Public Ham and Turkey supper and for the an Nual halloween party to be held on halloween night presbyterian dedication banquet set the formal rededication serv ice of the Sanctuary of United presbyterian Church to observe the 100th anniversary of the dedication held Jan 8 1870 will be held sunday evening at Rev William Parsons general presbyter of the Lake Erie presbytery will deliver the dedication Sermon the three former pastors who will return to participate Are Rev George h Kehrli pastor of the United presbyterian Parker Rev h Curtis Shaw pastor of the Presby Teriah Church and Rev Arland Briggs pastor of the Deerfield Park United p re s b y t e r i a n Church Deerfield Park Fla and the present pastor of the Church Davida Lighte an Organ piano be played by miss Georgia Shaw and mrs James Schaffmier at the visiting ministers will be the guests at the Homes of Mem Bers of the Church where there will House from to 5 sunday afternoon friends will be welcomed at the Home of mrs h m Hughes Chestnut Street Socall on Rev and mrs George Kehrli miss Marguerite Shelmadine will be hostess in her Home on Chestnut Street to the of Rev Arland Briggs Andrev and mrs h Curtis Shaw will receive callers i t Macdonald on East s t at e the dedication will begin this evening with a banquet in the Chapel at for members of the Church and their families the special guest list for this evening will include Rev and h Kehrli Rev and mrs h Curtis Shaw Rev Arland Briggs arid Rev and mrs Donald Byers of Monroe boy scout honoured a Pleasantville youth last weekend received the distinction of being the first Pleasantville boy scout on record to be accepted into the secret order of the Arrow in the initiation serv ice at Camp Coffman near Emlenton the order of the Arrow founded in 1915 at treasure Island limits its membership to certain privileged campers from the scout troop Scouters when he returned sunday evening stated he was very with t he Initia Fotion service and what he r missionary will speak missionary n u r e Mian Dorothy Orcutt from Africa will be speaker at the free Metho dist Camp ground Pleasantville Onset 20 at 3 pm miss Orcutt has had 11 missionary experience having served in both Burundi and Rwanda the past three Yean were spent at the Kibo Gora hos Pital in Rwanda under the auspices of the general missionary Board of the free methodist Church All of her duties cannot be classified As those of a bed Side nurse however she is also a supervisor Over the african Hospital staff upon her arrival at Kibo Gora she helped to set up a Small but ample surgery with unbleached Muslin purchased from the african trading store she Cut and sewed bandages sheets and materials for surgical packs god has seen fit to bless the work and Many who would be considered poor surgical risks even with elaborate facilities have been restored to health miss Orcutt received her training from Wesley Roberts deaconess school in Oklahoma City and the methodist school of nursing St Joseph to the Public is invited to attend this missionary service miss Orcutt will be the guest speaker at the sunday morning worship service of the pleasant Ville free methodist Church under the sponsorship of the woman missionary society o the Church the offering will be sed to promote her work in Rwanda and the f adult an Eagle scout the earn this scout rating Ville All members and friends of the Church Are invited to attend the sunday evening service 1 Church activities first United presbyterian sunday youth Fellowship will be cancelled for the dedication serv ice this week Only wednesday pm sunday school staff and teachers meeting sri the Chapel thursday 10 and h am members will sing at the rest Homes this is the last visit Lor this month 8 pm choir rehearsal with John Kookogey director miss Georgia Shaw organist first United methodist the Church k charge conference has keen postponed until a later Date thursday 7 pm choir rehearsal with mrs Richard Snyder director miss Jean Beck organist evangelical United methodist the youth Fellowship Wil leave the Church at 5 Pethla evening to attend a Wiener roast and fun time at Hend Wrons Pond wednesday choir re with mrs Roger Henderson prayer and Bible study of evangelism Toni Rodhy ladies Aid cancelled for the month of september Siu urday 8 pm District tally for youth at Littie Cooley Metho dist Church three youth from thai Church will participate first class scout for three years inthe pleasant Ville troop and has served As patrol Leader presently he is he assistant senior patrol Sader his ambition now is to com plete his qualifications to earn Ris god arid country award Lodney is a member of the first United presbyterian Church and s working with his pastor Rev Javid a Lingle this Oal his plan for next year isto be he second Pleasantville boy to come first to was Richard Petroski in 1964 Rodney is the son of or and Vars George Yoc Umof South Mains Church services first u nit e d presbyterian East state Street Sun Day school Harold Benedict superintendent 11 worship Rev David a Lingle so real about sunday text Mark through re dedication service for the 100th anniversary of the Church Rev Williahim Parsons guest speaker Nursery during worship with Susan Patterson and Pat teed sunday school classes for All Ages come and discover the class that is just for you first United methodist North main Street sunday school mrs Edwin Burl superintendent 11 worship Rev Richard Snyder gds hands text Jeremiah Nursery during sunday school and worship service evangelical United methodist main Street 10 sunday school mrs Roger Henderson superintendent youth and adult classes taught by Young people from Houghton College 11 Wor three Day Church rally in Progress the three Day rally of the Tri District of free methodist churches opened with a service by the conference Board of Christian education at the Pleasantville free methodist Camp grounds Rev Angus Mclachlan of Syracuse n y is the featured speaker for the services that will continue through the week end Rev Mclachlan is superintendent of the conference in Eastern new York and former conference sunday school promoter other speakers will be mrs Alice Mclachlan woman missionary society general1 director of Mission education and miss Dorothy Orcutt r n Mission Ary from Ruanda Africa the order of service beginning this morning is 10 a m Wor ship service ill my m s promotional meeting mrs Alice Mclachlan speaker mrs Ellouise Oglesby chairman 2 30 afternoon rally Rev Mclachlan speaker 7 youth rally free methodist in charge Rev Mclachlan speaker r rally miss pm m missionary Dorothy Orcutt speaker 7 p m evangelistic rally Rev Mclachlan sea inf 1 revival team vw7m1 a re ship Rev guests youth the in Robert g Casler revival team from one Accord inc Houghton n y 8 pm youth Fellowship my Helen Klingler director program by youth in one Accord geared to the Young people 7 evening service led by the youth in one Accord free Mett Wolst North main Street sunday school mrs Alverta Crawford superintendent 11 worship Rev David n Thomai guest speaker Misi Dorothy Orcutt Lii tonary from Africa 7 evening service Shanab Turg or Totham Plumer rond 10 worship Rev War Ren Helms h sunday school Guy Wright superintendent the fall Jerusalem 19 sunday school la worship Rev Robert Boatman the revival team from youth in one Accord inc Houghton n will bring the challenged the transformed victorious life in Christ through music Testi Mony and message at the Evangelica United methodist Church on sept 20 h am and 7 pm Allare cordially invited to hear the Best in gospel music and testimony and a message from gods word by coach Wells the team has travelled Over 300000 Miles in 17 years of carrying the message of genuine revival to the Christian Church god has messed the ministry with thousands of decisions in the United states Canada Jamaica arid other islands of the Caribbean the Bible message is brought Byrd George r Wells director of youth in one Accord for 17 years and director of athletics at Houghton College coach of baseball a Houghton graduate holds a doctor of education de Gree from the University of Bur Falo serving As Ace of p a n is t Grace Hopkins paints a Beautiful background for the spirited singing of the ladies Trio and the mixed quartet Kathy Volbrecht Deborah Stanley and Martha Wise makeup the Trio they Are joined by the song Leader and coach Wells for the dynamic quartet numbers you will riot want to miss the spirited singing and the simple gospel preaching of this team which has won its Way into thousands of hearts sportsmen Host meeting Pleasantville sportsman Lub will Venango county federation of sports mans clubs tuesday evening at 30 in the fire Hall county president Jim Myers stated there Are 13 important be acted upon and wrought before the Pennsylvania federation of sportsmen clubs when they meet for their fall convention at the nationwide inn Harrisburg sept 24 to 26 members of the Venango Bounty clubs will assist the county treasurer Calvin Gil More in accepting applications for Antler less Deer licenses for ther1978 lit monday at the Franklin court House Theda Telsfor the Antler Les season Are dec 14 and 15 plan meet the ministers of the Oil City District of free me t h o d i s t churches will meet at the Pleasantville Camp grounds All Day monday weather e r mitting in event of inclement weather the meeting will be held inthe Titusville free methodist Church the morning session will open at when the speaker will be Bishop Myron f Boyd Rev Angus Mclachlan will speak on and Mission at inc afternoon Mesing no at the noon meal will be served at the collage inn a r r a n g e m e n t s for the ministers meeting Are under the direction of Rev George ogles y and Rev William Fox both of Titusville Surprise Youb loved one with Flowers its always a pleasure Tobe remembered especially with fresh Lovely Flowers remember your loved one today from your Florist Rowes Flower shop 511 e Spruce St phone 8222248 improving Gentel for general Telephone co yesterday were photo graphed As they began installation work of sophisticated switching equipment at Titusville office the installation of some 4200 lines in the Titus Ville Center is expected to increase total calling capacity by 25 per cent the improvements Here will Cost about total replacement of All present dial switching equipment will become effective in 1971 this n that visit sons Vivian Howe accompanied by her son and daughter Jimmy and Debra Rogers spent last with her sons Michael and Patrick Rogers at the Hershey school for boys at Hershey while there they attended the dedication service for founders Hall the new Chapel for the school cub troop 25 reorganizes 1 c9 the reorganization and pack meeting for Pleasantville cub scout troop 25 will be held Mon Day evening sept 21 in the Chapel of the first United presbyterian Church at 7 Oclock All boys eighty Arnold or in the third Grade Are eligible to join the troop this year and should attend this meeting accompanied by their parents there is still a need for assistant Den mothers to work with the youngsters this Winter volunteers for this service May Call mrs Thomas Griffin or the first Den meeting will be held immediately after school tuesday september 29 starker to Bamburg Christian Church Plumer Road noon sunday school nor Man Peterson superintendent i worship Rev James Nelson Nursery during sunday school Enterprise Mett Disi enter prise worship Rev Richard Snyder Sermon in gods hands text Jeremiah u win Frank lenient sunday school spin i Auperin fire department frets payment pleasant Tlle Volunteer fire department will receive As its share of that will be Divide among the Volunteer fire departments in Venango Clarion and f6rest counties the payments Are made from the tax on net direct premiums to out of state fire insurance companies the payments Range from to the Barkeyville firemen for Oil City the largest amount in the Trio county area foot Nan act Dent about two weeks ago and ii presently wearing a cast Anc walking with crutches registration Pleasantville girl scout troop 299 will hold open registration for girls in the fourth through the sixth grades tuesday afternoon from to on the Balcony of the first United methodist Church this registration is Only for girls who Are not registered in scouting and will be new scouts this year scout committee the scout committee of the Pleasantville boy scout troop 299 will meet in the scout room of the municipal building at wednesday evening there Are openings to be filled on the committee any Man or woman interested in helping with the scout activities in the Borough May Volunteer by calling Rev Richard Snyder or scoutmaster Lyle Gilbert deeds transferred local property transfers recorded in the office of Jennie m Brandon Register and recorder at the Venango county courthouse were Harold Ewing to Dale c Gustafson property in Oil Creek township Mildred j Dillemuth to Dale e Gustafson property in Oil Creek homemakers discuss arts the pleasant vice Home makers met sept 17 at 10 am at the municipal building a Brief business meeting and future crafts were discussed it clouding Nylon net Pillow covers Crochet necklaces and decoupage the homemakers will meet again next tuesday with a stick lunch at noon members desiring to make Nylon net Pillow covers should bring two Yards of Nylon net of which several colors May be used shears Needle and coloured thread and on half Yard of Cotton material for backing or Oid Sheet two representatives of the homemakers attended the Chicken barbeque at Franklin for the county plans Ace being made for the dutch tour in Ohio drop in cigarette sinking noted at health conference debts mum gardens Are in Bloom visitors Welcome plants for Sale Glenn deeds Dempsey town phone 6762977 want and san Diego a decrease in cigarette smoking by americans 42 per cent of Al adults to 36 per cent in four years reported at the first National conference on smoking and health or Daniel Horn director of the National Joseph Haehn area Soldier in Missouri pvt Al Joseph c Haehn son of or and mrs Cleo c Haehn of grand Valley is a recent graduate of it Dix n j pvt Raehn is now an engineering Crane operator his new address is pvt Al Joseph c Haehn 189365142 co d 3rd Btl 4th Ait be it Leonard Wood to 65473 Haehn is a 1966 graduate of Youngsville High school answering a want and you my m to the Hekl Hacks Harrisburg a Hajj a car Cellat heat o the United Stee workers Union District 7 Stid Friday he personally sup ports the Republican candidate for governor and indicated he have an official endorse ment to announce in the next few Days area pastors will produce to program beginning in october the Titusville area minister rim in arrangement with Paul Girts and Channel 6 City Cable will produce a weekly program called life and learning eighteen area clergymen of All Demon nations will participate they Are Rev Swogger Rev Robinholt Rev Brockway Rev Skinner Rev Klingen South Rev Kelly Rev Flickener Rev Poole Rev Rev Staples Rev Macdonald Rev Fox Rev Bickley Snyder Rev Leckie Rev Kuzilla Rev Groucutt also attain poor of the salvation army vill participate these programs will be on topics of philosophy religion modern and any other relevant situations the length of the Prog Titt will be 15 minutes in to Keiit Picas arc submitted seven pleas of not guilty and 13 guilty Picas were made at the Warren county court House thursday during arraignment proceedings among those pleading not of guilty were Francis p Archer of for burglary and Barbara 1 we ecu of Titusville operating a vehicle without own ers consent guilty plans were entered by Leo n Brown Pittsfield for exploding firecrackers and Walter r Hillyard Pittsfield three counts of Bur Glenvy the drop consistent among men and women among males Over is years old he said 42 per cent now smoke cigarettes compared with 51 per cent in 1966 the incidence of heavy smok ing by adult males is 27 per cent compared with 29 per cent and by women 14 per cent compared with 155 per cent Horn said 337 per cent of american women Over 18 smoke cigarettes com pared with 31 per cent in 1966 there Are 29 million exam of ers in the United states he said another speaker new York advertising executive Emerson Foote said it maybe time for the United states to consider making cigarettes illegal in remarks prepared for de livery Foote asked does not a product which kills to 300000 american people every ear Ratner in Citable raise the question of whether i should be a Legal product after the u s surgeon Gen ral in 1964 described cigarette racking As harmful footes Agency abandoned an Al million save to at Meadville Hjalmar Bloom to or and mrs Howard j Drake property in second Ward Titusville License applications at Meadville David Allen Schwartz of Titus Ville and Martha Jean Gitson of Titusville a year tobacco account the tobacco Industry does not accept reports of statistical re Tio ships As proof that cigarette smoking is harmful the three Day san Diego con Ference has brought together 308 Public health officials searchers and Oil dont miss the c a c fall festival Christian activities Crater exhibits displays fancy work dunking machine kiddies Komer baked goods country sign up for do prizes Friday saturday sunday sept 18 19 20 12 noon to 11 p m lunches will also be served each Day Swiss Steak dinner sunday 12 noon on All forms of insurance Haskell Mckinney 118 w Spring St phone 8222234 Titusville Arvid Nelson Paul Voisin pull out and use the Titusville Herald to guide each saturday Complete to outings

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