Clipped From The Titusville Herald
News of Tryonville TRYONVILLE, Juljt 11 - Mrs. Richard Barnes and children. Rusty and Kitten, of Limestone Maine, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Barnes and other relatives. Mr! and Mrs. Albert Alhizer and sons and John Moody from Hemet, Calif., arrived here last week and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Moody and other relatives. They were en route to Florida where they will make their home. Pvt. Carol Moody of Alabama arrived home for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moody. Mr. and Mrs. William Shieman of Northfield, O., spent a day last week with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Lingo and called on their daughter. Mrs. Harold Van Cise, patient at Titusville Hospital. They were accompanied home by the later's mother, Mrs. Mary Kissa. Mr. and Mrs. William Lingo and family enjoyed a trip Sunday to Kinzua Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Barnes were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maring Swart at Jamestown, N.Y. Mrs. Donna Louke and daughters of Bradford and Mr. and Mrs. Robert MacQuarrie of Centerville were guests on the Fourth of Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchinson. The community vyelcomes Rev. and Mrs. Claude Groters, son Claude and.daughter Jaunita, who have been returned to the loca! church for another year. Mrs. Harold Van Cise is a she says She you I she with personally often too, your this surgical patient at Titusville Hos-jbut | pital. All are pleased to learn she' is doing nicely. fidences Kenny Robbins returned to his I of be the home at Lima, 0., after visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robbins and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Morris McElhaney Kenneth ftJcElhaney and daughter, Pam, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Colwell. of be ville, N. Y. Willie Lingo was injured while riding on a hay wagon. His arm was cut when caught in the wheel. He was taken to a physician for treatment. Mrs. Floyd Lingo accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jack Skinner uf Warren to Owego, N. Y., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Skinner and- attended graduation exercises where Miss Carolyn Skinner was graduated. Little Danny Knowles celebrated his first birthday. Guests at a dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Alan Latshaw and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Latshaw. Miss Linda Lingo spent last week at Athens, 0., where she attendee a journalism workshop, sponsored by the Commerical Club of Town ville High School. Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchinson attended a picnic supper Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Neil MacQuarrie of Hydetown. The community extends deepest sympathy to the family of Carl Black, who passed away last week. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Knowles and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alan Latshaw, who have Mr. and Mrs. George Van Cise were recent weekend guests of Mrs. Bessie Van Cise at Cowes-1 f just returned California from visiting in Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robbins spent the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Delassio at Seager- town. Floyd Lingo Jr. and family of Titusville and Betty Baugher weie dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lingo on the Fourth. Karen Van Cise spent several days with her cousin, Cheryl Schmidt, in Titusville.