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 - Buell BUELL'S CORNERS. Aug. 5 Mrs. Ida Robinson...
Buell BUELL'S CORNERS. Aug. 5 Mrs. Ida Robinson was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butler and family on Tuesday on Tuesday, July 26. The following day Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Estella Stoke, Mrs. Alta Butler and daughter, Sylvia, went to the Green Man Club at the Emmett Chesley home five miles fest of Erie. Mrs. Robinson and daughter Mary Lou are here for the summer from Tucson, Ariz. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoke were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks of Ashtabula, 0., and Mrs. Paul Rivest and four children of Allentown. Mrs. Dorothy Heliker accompanied her son, Leonard Heliker, and family of Little Cooley on a! trip to Washington, D. C., leaving last Thursday morning and returning on Tuesday evening. They report an enjoyable trip. One of the places they visited was/ the museum where the wax figures of famous persons are displayed. Among the wax "people" was the figure of Colonel Drake. They visited at the home of Mrs. Leonard Heliker's uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brewster, in Washington while there. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halfast went to Corry last week where they visited at the home of their daughter, Carol Baccus, and family. Cynthia Lu Baccus returned home with her grandparents, and spent a week with them. Her parents and brother came for her on Wednesday evening. Visitors at the Dorothy Heliker home on Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Heliker and children, Richard, Marcia, and Rebecca; David Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. Friedhelm Purucker, Mrs. Joan Anderson and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hunt and son, Scottie, all of Titusviile, also, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Heliker and son, Raymond of Little Cooley. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Proper and sons, Johnny and Geary, of Corry, were callers. Alta Butler, Myrna Rogers, and Estella Stoke were business visi- ttors in Meadville on Friday. The 28th annual Halfast family reunion was held at Canadohta Lake last Saturday. There were 46 relatives and friends in attendance from Spartansburg, Erie, Corry and Cleveland. A picnic dinner was served at noon, with ice cream and cake at 4 p. m. While there was quite a bad rainstorm in the afternoon, the group had sufficient shelter over their tables to protect them. The children enjoyed many of the rides in the park. The business meeting was conducted about 2 p. m. with William Halfast of Corry, president, presiding. No marriages.or births were announced for the past year, and Only one death, that of Fred Halfast of Erie. The next reunion will be held at .the same place'next year, on the last Saturday in 1 July. The following officers were elected to serve for the next year: President, Lyle Rick; vice president, Edna Rick; secretary, Pauline Halfast. No entertainment or table committees were appointed, as the children enjoy the at the park and the adults prefer to visit, and as to the table committee, each of the ladies pitch in and help so no committee is needed. The meeting opened with prayer by Mabel Halfast, and closed with prayer by Mildred Halfast. Those attending from Spartansburg vicinity were Miss Mildred Halfast and two guests from Spartansburg, Raymond Halfast and family from Spartansburg, RD 3, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Halfast, Mr. and Mrs. Will Cook and granddaughters, Yvonne and Kathryn Cook, from Spartansburg, RD 1, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halfast and granddaughter, Cynthia Lu Baccs, Mrs. Geneva Halfast, Darlene and Clifton Morn's, from Buells. The V r o o m a n Presbyterian Church and Sunday School held heir picnic at Canadohta Lake Park last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.. Wesley Willis of Corry, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Solo- niuk, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoke of Buell, and the Misses Joy and Holly Winton of Shamburg attended a fish-fry at Earl Hick's in West Springfield, on Saturday ivening. ' | Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butler and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Varies Butler drove to Struthers, 0., on Sunday to attend the Blackmer reunion. Seventy-five present or a ham dinner. Mr. and Mrs. John Decker of Corry were Sunday afternoon visi- ors at the Harold Halfast home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stover Sr., Mrs. Robert Frankfield and Mrs. Harold Halfast attended the serv- ces at the Mt. Pleasant Church ast Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Welton Bailey /isited Mr. and Mrs. Granville Jailey at Garland last Sunday, "iranville came home Friday from he Corry Memorial Hospital where he had. been admitted fol- owing a heart attack. The community was saddened o hear of the death of a native aughter, Mrs. Bessie Cornell, in torry last Saturday afternoon. An. Cornell was born hear Red Oak, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson. About 1933 or '34 she bought the Loren Fish home at Buell's Corners, where she lived until she suffered a stroke and was moved to the home cf her daughter in Corry. Several from this community attended the funeral in Corry on Tuesday afternoon. Burial was in Prnejjrovw Cemetery, Corry. Mr. and Mr». Ralph Stoke* at-

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  1. The Titusville Herald,
  2. 06 Aug 1960, Sat,
  3. Page 11

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