Mr and Mrs John Triscik celebrate wed aniv

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for are and J. the op are the He but i- the af- at de the for Harris- the Donora Wedding, In 1906 Celebrated By Trisciks Mr. and Mrs. John Triscik of Donora were surprised with a dinner party in celebration of their 52nd wedding anniversary on Sunday. The party, given by the family, was held at their residence in Ridgeview Terrace, Mo-nongahla, R. D. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Triscik are long term residents of this vicinity, having been married in Donora on Nov. 9, 196. A retired steel worker of the Nail Department of the American Steel and Wire Works, Mr Triscik is 76 years of age and Mrs. Triscik is 66. They both are in good health. The Trisciks' have four sons, George of Donora, William of Choctaw, Oklahoma, Albert at home, and Edward of Charleroi; two daughters. Mrs. Mar garet Novak of East Pittsburgh and Mrs. Helen Urbanowicz of Charleroi; and seven grandchil dren. Mrs. Margaret Zak was a special guest at the party. She is a niece of Mr. Triscik, , her only living relative. Motion-pictures were taken during the party, and dessert was featured with a cake decorated with yellow rosebuds, gold leaves and the inscription "Happy 52nd Anniversary Mom and Pop." In observance of the anniversary a muss was said at 8 a.m. in St. Dominic Roman Catholic Church today. a or of the ! Moimdsville, West Virginia. mound is considered by Dr. Dra-ilot 6Adena People9 Is Subject For Talk At Banquet The Allegheny Chapter No. 1 of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology is holding its annual dinner meeting tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock in the Carnegie Institute cafeteria. Dr. Don W. Dragoo of the Section of Man, Carnegie Museum, will deliver an illustrated talk on "Discoveries Concerning the Adena Peoples of the Upper Ohio Valley." He will present new ideas and findings concern-ins the Adena culture and will also report on his recent exploration of tlie Cresap Mound near goo to be one of the most important ever to be excavated in the Upper Ohio Valley. It held fifty-four burials and a large quantity of artifacts. The members of the Society will also have a pre-view of the new Carnegie Museum exhibit on the pre-history of the Upper Ohto Valley. This exhibit will open to the general public on Founder-Patrons Day. Man of His Word VVINOOSKI, Vt. - (UPI) -When Joseph Sprano took over as chief of police here, he promised "there will be no partiality

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  1. The Daily Republican,
  2. 11 Nov 1958, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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