Clipped From The Valley Independent
Tuesday Le- Indof, now the Ros revealed. of Children Are Entertained At St. John Church Party A Christmas party was held on Sunday afternoon by the Parent Teacher Association of the St. John Divine Russian Orthodox Bible School class in the Commercial Hotel dining room. * Â· A cantata of the nativity story was performed by the school children children under the direction of the Rev*. John Govrusik. Christmas carols were sung by the group. Tap dance and pantomime was presented by Judy Costella, an accordian solo by Kobert Wanzi- lak, Robert Sypolt played a violin solo, Janet Yasko did a panto- -ballet, LaVonne Roman played a piano solo, Cindy Pidich also presented a piano solo, Mrs, .Mary Felak with her daughter, daughter, Nancy and Mrs, Ann Vasil enacted a humorous sketch.' Games were played and those winning prizes were Donna Hudak, Hudak, Leonard Slebodnik, Robert Sypolt, Mary Kay Tomer. Father Govrusik was presented with a gift from the children with Judy Costella making the presentation. presentation. The children exchanged gifts and an apron donated by Mrs. Helen Pacak was won by Mrs. A n n VasU. Mrs. Felak in the role of 'Santa Claus" paid a visit and distributed treats to the children. Luncheon was served by Delia Yasko, Pauline Sypolt, H e l n DackO, Betty Gladys, Mary Hakulin. Hakulin. Martha fiozri, Ann Dacko, Helen Pollock. Music was provided provided throughout the afternoon by Eobert Wanzilak and Robert Sv- polt. Mrs. Helen Dack'o and Mrs. Pausing Pausing Sypolt were co-chairmen of the party and in charge of arranging arranging the entertainment were Mrs. Helen CosteUa, Mrs. Ann Dacko and Mrs. Ann Vasfl. LOCAL NEWS Sally Yohe, daughter of Mrs. Beatrice Yohe of 71 Reed avenue, avenue, a second year student nurse at St. Margaret Hospital, Pitts burgh, has gone to Philadelphia for a three month period for spe^ cial study at St. Christopher Chil dren's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sterbafc, of Monessen, have just returned from a buying trip to the American Furniture Mart in Chicago. The Hungarian Ladies Auxiliary will meet on Thursday evening 8.o'clock in the hall on Seneca street. Mrs. Charles Balog. of Monessen, Monessen, is spending the winter months in Miami, Fla. Young People Hold /v\eeting At Synagogue Devra Davis was hostess to the Saturday Nighters at the Kneseth Israel Center and Donna Cowan. president, was in charge. Gloria Epstein gave routine reports. It was decided to give the scrapbooks made by the group to Charleroi-Monessen Hospital and Monongahela Memorial Hospital. Dues were collected by Marlene Cherkin and then games w e played. Susan Krause wiH be hostess when the club meets at the synagogue in two weeks. .