Lenord Pensis

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man e a r talked when in gel boys talked was who at Boy program. a a r it 1 .. ' **,,' - ^ ~ 4 v - ^30 s i~;' --~ vfr^^vW'--:" · -'·%.·· "r-c . / ,. , - · $';.« J £" " - V / " · » ? · « · E. AWARD WINNER -- This is'a winter scene o! the office of Dr. Leonard C. Pensis or Paris, who received the Paris Garden Club'* award for civic improvement. Cited By Garden Association Dr. Pensis Awarded Paris Civic Improvement Plaque and above a last in of PARIS -- Dr. Leonard C. Pensis, DVM, local veterinarian, veterinarian, has been' awarded the 1566 Civic Improvement plaque by the Paris Branch of the Woman's Woman's National Farm and Garden Garden Association. This'award is given to the business in the community that makes the most improvement , plantings and gardening practices during the year. Dr. Pensis' office was originally originally a model home. The front lawn had been completely filled with heavy slag for parking. Several sick evergreens offset the porch. When the veterinarian came lo Paris after seven and a half years at Sharon, Pa,, the slag had to be removed and replaced with top soil for a landscaping start. Two years later tiie yard is filled -with grass bordered on one side with an everuloom- ing rose hedge and separate* from jjarkuig facilities by ; while cedar fence. , 3r ,i year of Awards Dr. Pensis was graduated! Tiie Paris Branch has nar- trom Ohio State University !,;,,:,,,,,,,, ;,, ,,,,, ,,, '_.. seven and ed; 3 of s o, of in,957. He Came Here In 196! He felt (hat the are.i near Weirton needed the services of an animal doctor and he came here Dec. H, 19C4. The garage and utility room of the model home were closed in to provide office space. The doctor now has plans to build additional hospital and kennel space next to the present location. Mrs. Pensis liclps the doctor with his office practice and their son Gary, 13, has bccomi an excellent kennel boy. The family also includes Michelle, 11; Kalhy, 9; and J. B., 4, and a poodle and cat. ' Civic improvement is n portant project in the Garden Club program. Local businesses are making plans now for improvements improvements to lie carried cut during 19G7. Businesses will again be judged in late August. Mrs. Harold Nceley is in charge of the 1967 project. Members of the 19C6 Civic Improvement Committee were Mrs. Lloyd Plunketl, Mrs. William William MeNinch, Mrs. John Ra(eau, Ra(eau, Mrs. Lola Van Orman, Mrs. Ray McCullough, Mrs. Charles Harlan and Mrs. Harlair Harlair Virtue. the the '10. 5050 S, and

Clipped from The Weirton Daily Times02 Feb 1967, ThuPage 11

The Weirton Daily Times (Weirton, West Virginia)02 Feb 1967, ThuPage 11
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