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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Titusville, PennsylvaniaSaturday september 19 1970 the Titusville Herald Titusville penh a Page five girl scout registration any girl interested in joining or registering in girl scouts in Wal Luceville or surrounding area May do so if accompanied by a Parent monday sept 21 from to 5 pm in the social rooms of the Wall Accoville United methodist Church some of the activities Trump 1q2 Luwe participated in were a week of Day Camp a week of Core Camp at Camp Curry world cleanup Day and Gill scout Roundup Day at Frank Lin also last year this troop Learned needlecraft fir staid and Good grooming from special consultants a Field trip to Pitts Burgh inmate july was also held Church women the first fall meeting of the Board of Church women United will be held it the Owca on monday sept 21 at 10 am v instant Friendship the warm greeting of your Welcome Wagon hostess with the most famous Basket in the world will introduce you to our Community and Start you on the Way toward new and lasting friendships if you Are new in town Call phone 8259121 when answering a want and say you saw it in the Herald stocks close up trading is heavy new York a Stock prices receded from earlier Ains but still closed up in cavy trading Friday at the closing Bell and with he tape running a minute late he Dow Jones average of 30 in lust rial stocks advanced 082 Points to 57849 earlier in the Lay it had been up More than 5 Points big Board volume was an a Ive total of 159 million shares up from thursdays turnover of 553 million shares Newton Zinder an analyst with of Hutton characterized he Market As still actively in erected in buying he said the Market had performed we in ight of the Adverse news of a strike at general motors and he increasing tension in the Middle East the St Louis Federal Reserve Banks report that monetary Aggregates had increased sub s t a n t i a 1 by since february strengthened this investor optimism other brokers said Money Aggregates reflect credit conditions and Federal Reserve policy this increase suggests a further easing in Federal re serve policy they observed the associated press 60stock average was up 16 Points a 2546 with industrials up 03 rails up 22 and utilities up 08 stocks in Ali categories were up except for steels utilities metals and oils which were mixed and chemicals which were off the Market had 829 Advance and 518 decline with 248 issues remaining unchanged then were 38 new highs and 5 new lows prices on the american Stock Exchange were also up the amex Price change Index advanced 013 to 2185 advances led declines 544 to 291 with 232 issues remaining unchanged volume was 419 million shares Down from thursdays turnover of 485 million shares news of bulls card of thanks the family of Donald l bulk Ley wishes to thank their friends and neighbors for food Flowers and Many kind acts of sympathy during their recent Bereave ment by mrs h s Halfast k547005 bulls sept 17 or and mrs Dearl Hines were visiting Var and mrs Dick shockling of Vale Chinatown Ohio the past week mrs shockling Mother was also there and mrs Hines enjoyed a pleasant visit with her too or shockling and or Hines work together at the shop in Canton and mrs shockling has Beena precious Friend of the Hiness for a number of years Allan Heins son of or Andi mrs Herman Heins was a guest of or and mrs Dearl Hines for the past week while he was Here the Hiness and Allan were shopping in Titusville and went Deer spotting they were fortunate enough to see some Nice Deer up close Many of the residents of Bull and surrounding District enjoyed the Parade and fair last Satur Day in Spartansburg thursday and Friday the grounds were so Muddy that you could hardly get around but saturday want Loo bad until in the evening there were some unexpected works about 9 pm when a transformer went out from being overloaded and burned off the wire supplying electric Power for the school grounds the fireworks were listed for pm but we didst leave the grounds until after pm and they haunt been set off until much later i was told that twas at least fifty Iners nine members of the 59ers club and two guests drove to Enterprise tuesday Forenoon where they visited with mrs Lela Brown a former member of the club each lady brought something for the dinner using a planned menu and the 12 ladies sat Down to delicious dinner at noon the menu consisted of Ham meatballs scalloped potatoes vegetables salads homemade Rolls Gelatin dessert pie Tea and coffee1 following the dinner the president Myrna Rogers called the members together for their regular business meeting the meeting opened with the repeating of the lords prayer and was followed by the regular order of business the next meeting will be held at the Home of mrs Alta Butler at Tillotson Corners Kitchen aids Are Ella Augustine and Ella Parkin As the custom of the club the meeting closed with the Mem Bers Reading several selections those taking part in the Reading find the articles that they read were Alta Butler an honest mistake Bina Morris the Way to win Mabel Halfast nothing to laugh at Amy Kinney a and the Auto Mobile Eha Parkin debt to god Myrna Rogers Richer Man at the close of the readings a Box containing several gifts was brought out and Given to mrs Brown from ice friends the ladies attending the club meeting at Enterprise were Vars Bina Morris mrs Geneva Halfast mrs Mabel Halfast of Buell mrs Ella Augustine from he Sundback Road mrs Hallie flu Rock and mrs Amy Kinney of Spartansburg mrs Myrna Rogers from the Hatch town Road mrs Mary Bregitzer Sparta township mrs Ella Parkin pages Corners mrs Alta Butler and mrs Mildred Regory from Tillotson Corners everyone had a very enjoyable Day and mrs Brown who is Lela to All of us cordially invited allow us to visit her again whenever we could the after noon was spent in visiting or and mrs Harold Halfast called on mrs Minnie Mes Senger in Spartansburg wednes Day evening wednesday was minnies birthday and her nieces from Meadville and Erie also called on her along with other relatives and friends Fairview Church Rev Russell Dean pastor sunday school at 10 am Wor ship service at it am Rev Dean is Back on the radio Over the Titusville station Tiv at am you Are cordially invited to come ant worship at our Church which is located on route 89 about one mile North of the Buell Corners store the Little White Church on the Corner great Cost London a labor turn Over sickness and absenteeism costs Britain electronics Indus try at least 75 million pounds year according to a govern ment report the report claim that 37 million working Days were lost in 1969 through absenteeism compared to 335000 Industrial disputes in Brevi ties we Curtis funeral Home lowest prices at Thompsons Gordon Iracy funeral Home boots and rubbers at Pica 3uy off or league sign up today at Oon at Lin Van 25 off on All Christmas Ards order now Addie Way hogans Palace special show oat round of beef All you an eat become a beautician train at new Perm Beauty school War in a 7237113 smorgasbord tonight 6 to 9 dancing 10 to 1 Stranahan downtown Spartansburg open daily 95 except wed 9 2 Friday 99 Sampson Catalon sales Montgomery wards marys Beauty shop Mon rues and wed permanents s650 and up phone 8227311 wedding and birthday cake iome style baked goods War petitions circulated by vow the members of the vow Post and the ladies auxiliary will be circulating petitions concerning project pow the week of sept 20 to 26 project pow represents project prisoners of War Over 1400 americans Are being held As prisoners of War in North Vietnam h r rain water commande Richiel of the vow National head quarters Kansas City to has asked the local Branch of the vow to participate in this action signatures Are needed to be presented at the Paris peace negotiations to the North Viet namese delegation these signatures Are designated to put pressure on this delegation until our prisoners of War Are re leased the Herald contacted mayor ners bakery 10sw main Joseph e Fleming last evening area Drivers receive suspensions seven Titusville area motorists have had their driving privileges suspended for various violations of the motor vehicle code according to the Bureau of traffic safety at Harrisburg the super visions include Mildred i Hazeltine Spartansburg re 2 two months Fand sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 festive aug 19 right of Way j to 9 p m additional calling violation Charles a Keaveny Guys notices Dahl the funeral service fur Guilaf j Dahl will be con ducted at pm today at the Henderson Lincoln funeral Home in Jamestown interment will to in the Lakeview Ceme Tery in Jamestown Metzger friends of Mel Vin c Mot Zgur May Cal at Tho Edward b Laughlin funeral Home 3310 w Liberty ave it Lebanon today from 7 to 0 p m Turkey shoot sunday sept to 4 Oakland twp vol fire dept Dempsey town fire Hall pan round Square and polka dancing sat 102 Lemars orchestra Sun 710 Sands of time organist wanted for local Church advanced acceptable phone 8236515 free american student 8257675 or cancer so by Charles m Schuve peanuts theve Tsaipi w dont have arthritis Batalu Wuhan Eattle theol Tisone shot he gave to should take care of it a Copper Bracelet c Methe pain left a Bellso l Chew some Tim Crocus Nouanp ill Cau i Vij 600pjqo the vet j vac Blondie by Chick Young you two have a wonderful relat1onship Beetle Bailey by Mort Walker that a that x Tolp but me a Tuuu just have to but i dont stuff out Popeye by Bill Zaboly and Ralph Stein full of love per fellow maw is Okay but it s very walk1kj3 fes More makes two Hundred sixty three big sister by Bob Naylor l Clety dressing and information Call mrs Robert Ross 8234965 or mrs Robert Sauber 8255591 serving dinners Chicken si35 Steak and mushroom 5140 ish pig n blankets Home made Apple pie and ice Cream Dew drop inn cocktail Soiree Musicale with detlef Kraus Drake Well sept 20 to 7 tickets at chamber of Commerce or Call 8221755 cac festival today and Sun Pony rides for the kids will serve Swiss Steak dinner on Sun noon on adults Chil Dre Nunder 12 tickets Avail Able at door Lovely mums All shades each also Cut Flowers for bouquets v n Moore Jerusalem Corners first White House left going West on Black top phone 5898234 our mums Are suitable for this climate Early ones Are ready now one Dollar each mum plants placed free if they fail to come up for you next Spring Large bouquets of Cut Flowers while they last for just i at Burkett greenhouse 807 e main St or phone 8236181 new address Charles r Miller of Titusville recently went to Vietnam to begin his third tour of duty with the Navy address is Charles r Miller Adri 2370134 co ats song Ong Doe Fpo san Francisco Calif 96620 play auditions auditions for the comedy hit Cactus Flower will be held sunday evening at 8 pm in the Community playhouse workshop at the Corner of Hoffman and Corn planter avenues in Oil City Helen Hale who will direct the seasons Premier said that there has been no recasting and that All roles Are open to audition runs award the Titusville business and p r o f e s s i p n a 1 women club received notification this week that a news Story regarding their organization which appeared inthe Herald on july 28 1969has received first place in the Bow state news service contest the con test was based Best use of and the mayor endorses the project wholeheartedly deaths Melvin r Rogers Melvin Ray Rogers or 78 of Spartansburg re 2 died Friday morning at the Corry memorial Hospital after an extended ill Ness he was born july 7 1892 in Sparta township the son of Eben and Ruth Smith Rogers he was a Veteran of world War i he was a member of the vow of Union City he was a retired Farmer on oct 18 1913 he married Mary Brenner he is survived by one son Melvin r Rogersjr of Spartansburg re 2 two daughters mrs Waide Betty ingols of Youngsville and mrs Gerry Jane Stockton or of Spartansburg re 3 five grand children one brother Austin Rogers of Spartansburg re 3 two Sisters died previously Maggie Rogers s and mrs Alice Farrington friends May Call at the h Richard Hays funeral Home in Spartansburg from 7 to 9 pm today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm named by m Khosrove 33 has been named by presi Dent Nixon to head the Vista Volunteer program the Domestic version of the peace corps the Post pays up to a year hours will be held monday from noon to p m at the Beverly sunday and attend the funeral service monday at 2 pm Rev Richard Coston pastor of the first Baptist Church of Spartansburg will officiate interment will be made in the releases from the National or Pennsylvania federation receives award state representative r Budd Dwyer has announced that Allegheny College at Meadville has been awarded an research Grant for a Bio geochemical study of the French Creek watershed the research will be conducted jointly by the biology and geology departments under the direction of or j Richard Wohler assistant pro Fessor department of biology school boards meet Nomi nation of state officers consideration of key legislative proposals and resolutions on major educational issues will be the order of business this week end for the Pennsylvania school boards association p s b a Psoas 22membcr executive Board meeting this weekend at the Yorktown hotel will also wrap up final plans for its annual statewide convention scheduled this year at the Pitts Burgh Hilton oct u17 appointed chairman or Thomas v come hns been appointed chairman of the elementary education department no Eil liboro state College or Como is replacing or Robort Connors who has resigned his position to devote his time to teaching and writing or Como tins been at Edinboro a i Nee 1959 where he was a member of the department of science and taught biology and physics he Hus Ulso been a visiting pro Fessor at Northern Michigan univ Ortity Penn Suu University and Colorado state Tansbury Strubin by mrs l r Houghtling 3350262 Steuben sept 17 Steuben Grange held their regu Lar meeting last saturday eve Ning during the business meet ing the officers of Hydetown Grange along with Steuben were installed by Deputy state master mrs Milo Foster and her staff the next regular meeting of Steuben will be held on saturday sept 26 the new master Francis proper bounced that plans for the coming year will be the subject to be discussed during the lecturers hour saturday sept 19 at 8 pm a round Square and polka dance will be held at the Steuben Grange Hall for the Public Dotty Smith and the Townville Ramblers will furnish the music sincere sympathy is extended to or and mrs Lawrence Boyle on the death of her brother car son Bement or and mrs l r Houghtling or with Rev and mrs Charles Vanderhoff of Franklin were re cent guests of or and mrs Bruce Pizzimento and daughter Amy at Raleigh n c mrs Pizzimenti is the former Carol Ann Vanderhoff daughter of Rev and mrs Vanderhoff Many places of interest were visited in Raleigh the capital City of North Carolina or and mrs Carl leave and daughters of we Seville n y were recent weekend guests of mrs leaves parents or and mrs Clarence Brown or and mrs Rex Halsey and family have recently been on n vacation trip to North Wilkes Boro n c Many other places of interest were visited by the Hal Seys school menus Sparta monday Sloppy Joes Choice of vegetable fresh fruit and milk tuesday goulash Green Beans Rolls and butter Choice of chocolate or butterscotch pud Ding and milk wednesday Chicken Noodle soup crackers Peanut butter Sandwich relish tray Cherry Cobbler and milk thursday hot beef and Gravy Sandwich mashed potato Cole Slaw peach half and milk Friday tuna salad buttered peas Corn bread and butter pie and milk Townville monday Sloppy Joes buttered Green Beans Pickle slices fruit and milk tuesday minute steaks Parsley potatoes buttered Corn bread and butter Cherry cake and milk wednesday Chili crackers toss salad buttered Corn bread ice Cream and milk thursday Hamburg on Bun mixed vegetables potato chips Noodle casserole buttered peas Carrot Sticks bread and butter fruit and milk Venango Voytech monday hot dogs baked Beans Cole Slaw brownies and milk tuesday juice Chili crackers Rolls and butter cup cakes and milk Mills re 1 60 Days effective aug 6 authorization for suspension of privilege to apply for operators License or learn ers permit Ronald e Mclntyre Titus Ville or 5 75 Days effective aug 24 Speed Over Legal limit r Eugene shorts Titusville re 1 30 Days effective aug 20 authorization for suspension of privilege to apply for operators License or learners permit Robert s Vroman Titusville re 3 60 Days effective aug 21 reckless driving Everett Morris Union City re 3 one month effective sept 1 Pennsylvania resident no operators License Ever issued Robert w Proctor Pittsfield re 1 indefinite until permission is granted b y juvenile authorities authorization for suspension of privilege to apply for operators License or learn ers permit Heights United presbyterian Church 1207 Washington Road it Lebanon Tho funeral serv ice will be conducted at the Church Moon Lay at p m Rogers friends of Melvin Rogers May Call today he h Richard Hays funeral iome in Spartansburg from 7 to pm and on sunday from 2 to and 7 to 9 pm and attend the funeral service there on monday at 2 pm interment Wilt be in the Rose Hill cemetery in Spartansburg military report Louisville by a co Robert l Bell military support plans officer for the Kentucky National guard says guardsmen went through seven Days of riot duty in the 1968 Louisville civil disorders with out loading a weapon other hospitals Corry admitted Dale Cook Spartansburg Oil City admitted Eugene Shaw or Titusville re 2 Edward Kun Berry Titusville Clark Harris Titusville Timothy and Diana Stearns Cooperstown re mrs Erich Wagner Titusville l re 3 Franklin discharged mrs Richard Barger Cooperstown Warren i admitted Robin jngols4 Youngsville adults s125 students with card 75c last time today matinee evening doors open wednesday baked Salisbury Steak Home Fried potatoes Corn toss salad Rolls and butter Apple pie and milk thursday juice hot Turkey Sandwich mashed p o t a to e s glazed carrots Cream puffs and milk Friday juice pizza relishes peas assorted dessert and milk St Titus monday cold meat and sunday sunday at monday tuesday Anu werhof it hmm my it to Herald or and mrs l r Houghtling were wednesday evening callers at the Home of or and mrs Carl Bly and mrs Grace Wool Strum it Titusville re 4 Ami on sunday the Houghtling visited or and mrs Robert and daughter Chris and or and mrs James Wharton at Corry or and mrs Raymond Anderson and family my and mrs Edward Harrison and fam ily and it and mrs Ray Day not and family of Arlington in and a Rand mrs e p Ilal Scy of Little Cooley were re cent supper guests of or and mrs Rex hot any and family or and mrs Lurry Chi spin and daughters of Guys Mills re 2 South recent eve Ning Cullers it the Houghtling Home mrs Crispen is a Niece of mrs Houghtling mrs Long of Corry and mrs Mildred Garber of Sanford were wednesday of or and in i r in Long and mrs Garner Are Sis text of or Houghtling John Gillette too of cheese Sandwich Ketchup Corn chips Apple dessert and milk tuesday chilled Orange juice Spaghetti with meat sauce bread and butter sugar doughnut and milk wednesday barbecued sandwiches buttered Corn fruit Gelatin and milk thursday roast Turkey and dressing with Gravy relish tray bread and butter tee Cream and milk Friday fish n chips Catsup Cole Slaw bread and butter frosty dessert and milk West Forest soup with crackers Corn diggers meat sandwiches and fruit celery and carrots and homemade Peanut butter fingers juice hot Ham sandwiches pickles string Beans applesauce and cookie sandwiches extra Home Fries buttered spinach and dessert Friday juice submarines extra potato chips and banana to Loute Joe on n buttered Roll buttered Rice lettuce with dressing Apple Crisp and milk of Navy bean soup or schoolmate vegetable soup baked Ham Sandwich on a Roll relish tray fresh fruit and milk punch hum Burger Ona buttered Roll mus Tard Catsup or relish lettuce Tomalo onion salad buttered Green banns Gingerbread with Raisin Smice and milk buttered Corn buttered bread jollies Apple sauce and milk juice tuna Nyrl noodles casserole buttered icons Carrot Sticks bread and butter no bake cookies and milk pure thriller All the Way the claim it 8 of tween Oil tonight and sunday Box office hours o first feature am second feature at this is the slaughterhouse run Down a Gauntlet of violence in a War of survival a unchained Don Luke Larry the Aldo Stroud Aske Bishop Dalray plus William Smith Rawan violent in Sarah Gillette of Meadville is Home on a 30day leave from Vietnam he go to it Bragg n c in october the Gillette family former my Denu of Steuben a Ian acc Tum by Jasm free incur

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