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Reunion - THE MORNING HURALD-THE EVENING STANDARD DUNBAR...
THE MORNING HURALD-THE EVENING STANDARD DUNBAR 1345 REUNION -- At Dunbar Twp. High School class of 1945 reunion, In the front row from left, are Tom Quinlan, Philip Jaworski, Paul Miller, Everett Larrabee, Eugene Onusko, Edward Bordas, Glenn Brower, Nick Giobbl, Anthony DeMott, Harold Kern and Donald Lima. Second row: Doris Hardy DiBease, Regina Gouker Lenhart; Armand Niccolai, guest speaker; Janet Lambie Shet- lle, Catherine Kennedy Cook, Mrs. Armand Niccolai, Nellie May Adams, Susan. Ganofsky ViLella, Rita Pernatozzi Griglnk, Betty Cooper Connors, Rose Marie Zubeck Sleasman, Viola Natlvio Anderson, Virginia Alexander Watson, Clarissa Heims Little, Betty Jane Hlllen Hawk, Irene Petko Felitsky, Ruth Hoch Smith, Betty Lehman Wilson, Mary Topper Hanan, Mary Grassland Herbert, Patricia McGrogan Kosenstcel, Rebecca Barricklow Soverns, Arfene Pegg Copley, Hazel Cumberland Wilson. Dunbar High Class Of '45 Reunion S e v e n t y m e m b e r s a n d guests attended the 30th anniversary reunion of the Dunbar Twp. High School Class of 1945, held recently at the Holiday Inn, Uniontown. Edward Bordas was toastmaster. The program included invocation, Harold Kern; the address of welcome, PNB Affiliate In Australia PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Internationl Finance Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pittsburgh National Bank, has purchased a minority interest in an Australian financial consulting firm, it has been announced by Merle E. Gilliand, the bank's board ' chairman and chief executive officer. The Australian firm is Seldon Associates Pty, Limited, based in Sydney and with branches in Adelaide and Wellington, New Zealand. Its new status as an affiliate of P i t t s b u r g h N a t i o n a l represents an expansion of s e r v i c e s o f f e r e d b a n k customers, having business transactions in Australia and New Zealand as well as an investment for the bank itself, Mr. Gilliand said. Everett Larrabee. Philip Jaworski and Thomas Quinlan conducted a memorial service by lighting a taper for each deceased class member, including Catherine Langgle Aull, William Covert, Gordon Lowe, Kenneth Williams, Thomas Hustosky, Theodore Egnot and Harold Pebbles, followed by a moment of silence in prayer. Mr. Bordas introduced the guest speaker, Armand Niccolai, former teacher and head football coach at DTHS. Mr. Niccolai retired this year from the Monessen Area School District. He reminisced about his experiences while at Dunbar and discussed the changes in the school system during the past 30 years. Mrs. John (Betty Cooper) Connors and Mrs. Martin (Rita Pernatozzi) Griglak awarded gifts to Mrs. Ralph (Hazel Cumberland) Wilson for sending in the first reservation; Mrs. James (Clarissa Helms) Little, 30th reservation, and Mrs. Omer (Arlene Pegg) Copley, Conoga Park, C a l i f . , for t r a v e l i n g the longest distance. The red and white (class colors) floral centerpiece was presented to Mrs. Niccolai. Draw prize winners were Mrs. Rebecca Barricklow Soverns, Martin Griglak and Donald Lima. The milk glass bud vases, containing a red rose, were awarded to Nick Giobbi, Martin Sommers, Mrs. Niccolai, Louis Gallo, Mrs. Ray (Janet L a m b i e ) S h e t t l e , G l e n n Brower, Mrs. Edgar (Rose Marie Zubeck) Sleasman, Mrs. Donald (Ruth Hoch) Smith, Mrs. Little, Mrs. Jaworski,. Donald Smith and Mrs. Vincent (Doris Hardy) DiBease. The milk glass candy dishes were awarded to Kenneth Rosensteel, Mrs. Griglak, Mrs. Soverns, John C o n n o r s , M r s . R o b e r t (Virginia Alexander), Mrs. Giobbi, Mr. Brower, Mrs. Victor (Susan Gnofsky) Villella, Mrs. Larrabee, Mrs. Jack (Liz Grassland) Herbert, Mrs. John (Nellie May) Adams, Thomas Quinlan, Mrs. Little and Mr. Adams. Reunion Committee includ- ed Mrs. Griglak, Mrs. Connors, Mr. J a w o r s k Q u i n l a n a n d Following the program, music was provided by the Johnny Arnold Trio. FIRE WALKERS Fire walkers in India walk across coals measured at 1,328 degrees F., a temperature hot enough to melt Yet their feet show no signs blisters. Sears it I

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  1. The Evening Standard,
  2. 13 Aug 1975, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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