Salona news 31 May 1963
Scr/ona SALONA — The Women's Guild of the United Church of Christ > met May 22 in the Sunday School rooms. Scripture was by Mrs. Wayne Tressler, reading by President President Mrs. Jae Eisenhower and prayer by Mrs. Richard Hall. . Following the business meeting they were joined by Guild members members from Ml. Bethel United Church of Christ for a film on the Holy Lands presented by Miss Mary Bryerton and Miss Peach Johnson of Lock Haven. Refreshments Refreshments were served by Mrs. Paul Grieb, Mrs. William Eisenhower and Mrs. Richard Hall. Ncxi month is anniversary time for the Guild and they will not have a regular meeting. A dinner party will be held at the Locks on June 12. Anyone from thc church is welcome. Reservations must be made to Mrs. Jae Eisenhower Eisenhower by June 9. * * • The card party at the Grange Hall, Saturday, May 25 was well attended. Winners were: Door prize, Anna Miller, who also was second high ladies winner; high ladies, Mrs. Clyde Snook; high men, George Homer, second high, Dean McClintick and John Weaver, Weaver, Loganton, won the cake. Miss Lorelta Keffer spent the weekend with Carol and Jae Get-, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gtimmo, visited Mr. and Mrs. Kline Confer, j S. Sgt. Leonard Swartz, who is stationed at Griffiss Air Force Base, Rome, N.Y., visited his family, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Renninger, on Saturday, May 25, cnroute from Washington, D.C. Mr. and Mrs. William Kibbler and family, Sebring, Ohio, called at the Bruce Mosser home Sunday, Sunday, May 26. Mrs. Mosser is Mr. Hibbler's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Derr and daughters moved into the former home of Mr. and Mrs. William Andrews, which has been pur-j chased by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence! Dotterer of Cedar Springs. Mrs. | Andrews is making her home with ! her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bower. j * * * i Frankie Coffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Coffman, celebrated celebrated his eighth birthday M"ay 22 with a spaghetti dinner. His grandmother, Mrs. Harry F. Long. Mackeyville, and two playmates, playmates, Emma Jane and Martha! Ann Lamey were also guests along with his brother Joe. His grandfather Long was unable to attend due to working. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin C. Miller celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary anniversary on May 12. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Felding and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reish and son visited former neighbors of theirs, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Seyler and daughter. Today in History ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Great buys for men! 200 SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Crisp, cool dress whites in short point cotton broadcloths and button-down oxfords. Pastels . . . available in button-down models only. All wash "n wear . . . require little or no ironing. Sizes 141/ 2 .to 17 I I 200 DACRON -RAYON TROPICAL SUCKS! Breeze-cool Dacron polyester 'n rayon bengalines in pleated or plain front mod* els. All wash 'n wear, need touch-up ironing at most. Charcoal, brown, grey, blue, black, olive. Sizes 29 to 42.