The Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on October 18, 1956 · Page 10
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PAGE f EM INDIANA EVENING GAZETTE, INDIANA, PENNSYLVANIA.THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 195$, Style Show Features Jr. Civic Club Meeting; New Members Received The second meeting of the .Tunior Women's Civic Club \vasj hftld Tuesday evening, October 16,; at 8:00 p.m. in Memorial Hall, i The program for the evening ' under the chairmanship of Mrs. Richard Shock, was a style show of new fall fashions from Kay's Shop modeled by the following members of the club: Mesdames Thomas Wellen. Robert Baird, Stanier Brayshaw. Leonard Way, Dwighf Lewis, Roy Wiggins, .lames Scott. Robert DeGaetano, Charles Lewis, Park Lamborne." Robert Knnkle, David Phipps, .1. 0. Trainer. W. G. Hansman and Miss Lois Parks. Clever illustrations drawn by Mrs. Robert Seelhorst gave an added touch to the excellent narration by Mrs. Evan Hitchings. Appropriate accompaniment was played by Mrs. James George. The Club wishes to thank Kay's for a lovely program which was enjoyed by the large crowd in at- lendnace. The business meeting was then called to order by the president, Mrs. William Nystrom. The following new members were welcomed to the club. Mesdames Robert .lack, Tobie Carbone, Paul Davis, Wendell Edwards, Ralph Feather, John Fisher, Raymond Malcolm, William MacBlane, Richard Merchant, Herbert Pease, Joe Venters, James Rhyner, Edward SOCIETY NEWS i Miss Serene Tells iGirl Scout Council Members Hear Finance Advisor i Lucerne Parent-Teachers -' ^ * - ^ About Red Cross Work South Bend Couple Celebrate Golden Wedding Engagement Announced A varied program was enjoyed! by members of the Lucerne Par-i ent-Teachers Association at their regular monthly meeting on Tues-l day evening, October Ifi. | Guest speaker was Miss Mar- 1 garet Serene of the Indiana Coun-i ity Chapter, American Red Cross, | which is observing its 75th anniversary. A resume was given of tbe life of Clara Barton, founderj of the organization, in addition to: i the showing of a film entitled "Red Cross Report of 1956," which! depicted the ravages of floods and: j hurricanes this past year and the ' assistance rendered to stricken areas. i The local chapter is widely known! for (I) aid in time of disaster (2)! its first-aid training program, (3)' its water courses, emphasizing safety in swimming, and (4) the blood program. Mothers Of Democracy Hold Monthly Meeting Mrs. Howard Logan, president of Indiana County Chapter Mothers of Democracy, conducted the regular meeting of the chapter Friday evening, October 12, which was opened with the singing of America the Beautiful. Mrs. Edward Lydick, chaplain, conducted the devotions, and after the conductress, Mrs. Paul Lewis, jhad presented the flag, the pledge iof allegiance was given in unison. i Mrs. George Clark, acting patriotic instructor, read the first trib- |ute to the American Flag, written iby Rear Admiral John W. W. jCummings, U.S. Navy, retired. i "A salute to thee, Old Glory, the [stars and stripes Our Flag. Thou born June 14, 1777." The colors and their meaning were explained, followed by these closing! . :ui iraaiiuigiun, u.^., mmi^c cm-;. ..... , . ..... cause thou dost symbolize all Lof Clune have'announced the en-\^™l°J ™ mber . s P re P are boxes of; and Miss Margaret Plotzer, trea*:™°™ g S*; fSaUf 2 an ,^?? n ? On . pr °" hold most dear-God, Home, Coun-igagement of their daughter, Bar- USeful .' tems f lus a toy and their !urer. ' glam ' he stated ' shou)d be *' ven try—and I will defend the* aoain^ihpra A™ t n AU,»^ R™^,,oHo name m each package. Tlie re-' vt,- Miss Serene also spoke briefly Q jr | on the Junior Red Cross chapters in the county and the important role they have in the < and nation. To promote i Discussing the "pocketbook" an-; Williams Studio measures: services of '.professional staff in the imme- (2) improvements ofj by .intensive* of volunteers; and (3) , try-and I will defend thee againstibaa Ann, to Albert Bogdanskie Mr. Masterson spent Mondav and a nn, o e oganse . r. aserson spen onav an all enemies, domestic or foreign." i son of John Bogdanskie of Blair* S, 'l*™ Ch " dre " m othe f ^""'Tuesday this week in meetings with * Mrs. Ralph Smith read the sec- ville, RD 2. ° fte " back Mr. and Mrs, Lycurgus M. Hen- Shaffer Studio retary's report and two letters Miss Lesneskie is a graduate ofi,"™ ae . flte from Veterans Administration; Elders Ridge High School and , s j une * icn "em f(ro ™ th * ir Iand -j a trinket from Sa- the camp committee) financ committee, and executive board. Inl ; reviewing the present se t-u P , he ad- areas of the council participate. He commended the council for John Zerbe, Joseph Mil-i*™ «' South Bend, Pa. will ob-| ler, da, _ . v . >v ...-^..|.... . » v . u .• « i u^\* * * l£jl I kJ^I I WUl CII1.U. 1,1 \ ,. . j , , I I V'VlVjtI'lllQl.llW £71 \s£)l«lll, OUIVI^S, IIC; CVVI | thanking the chapter for donationsiemployed by the Rpbertshaw Ful- aispiayecl by Miss Se- vised on stre amline record-keep- their support and attitude insofar Mr. Henderson, a retired farm-! sent to hospitals to purchase can-|ton Company in Indiana: Her fi-j e ' ..-..•. stillileen books for the hospitalized vet- ! ance is a graduate of iHigh School and is presently ser.v- reported on ing with the U.S. Army, stationed: and flowers sent during the near Seattle, Washington. ; Mrs. Roy Turley, trustee, No definite wedding plans have on the Stanley Party, and i been made. : E. Lightcap reported on —— rn . L 5Utll their 50th Wedding Anniver- on Sunday, October 21, at er > ei W s 8 nod health and home there with a family works dall V for lhe distr 'ct farm- ^rans en to acquaint the new members! a '" n « a ' n °° n - ' * rs ' with the purpose of the club: com-' Following the dinner open house Mrs. Henderson, who several mtinitv welfare and service, feder- !WI " be observed from 2:00 o'clock years ago broke her hip, does her ation with other women, education,I 1 " 1 !' 1 . 9: °° P-n»- own cooking and some housework *«A cnriai intpi-pst i Frien ds, relatives and neighbors with the aid of a support which ., ' . and social mteiest. l^ ^ .^.^ ^ «• enables her lo ^ the rug project. Several new wo- ! Mrs. Raymond Klawhun, cha.r-, , nez Jeannette ^ and y - ven rugs are fimshed and three! man 'of the Finance Committee, ,. ,, , J " lc y nave iuui i_imuren. .lames beautiful braided ones were dis reported that Johnny Costa, to^^T™. InTe ^^^7^^^^ * th ? ™«' m *' Ml ' s ' Ma '^ Mr ' a " d Mrs " ti'nlt t/nruvn P v ann fpf VnitlP" Dia* * . . ••»*• »-^»»i^ni. j. «in.o yji^icu/ \ji i ^i/ninn is: pnan nis fZPittsburgh aC: w thi of |; he bnde>S m0ther in Elderton;Greenooks; Mrs. Earl Blystone i Kj project F ain Beverlv and foe Mann also W ' th the Rev " *' M ' Offutt < P a «'or ! (Mildred) of Rossiter; Mrs. Char-' ™ g Pr ° JeCt ' of TV. famt w"fl ."pelr at *1 J/; Pr " b y teriM Chul ' ch - ° ffi ' '« M " Girt < Ma ^ ie > of ISKJiWSuSSi" ±| J^T JT d J- ^ Hd-rton-rour grandchildren Indiana State Teachers College!^^"l^^L!!! 1 ^ 1 "^- g'' eat grandchildren, will be an added attraction onj (he same program. ; The President announced that' the Club will honor a local woman teacher on November 17, National Teachers Day. The outstand- The five W's, "We Win When ing teacher will be selected by ajWomen Work" was the committee of club girls who al-jiect'ed to be used by all tended local schools. She will bejhostesses" at a meeting „,„ , guest of honor at the November) workers of the Council of Republi- ing and office procedure. .as financial responsibility is con-^ Predicting that the current mem- cerned and for their progress and P resi 'l bership of 1200 scouts will be doub-; achievements in carrying' forward p. Devotions were led by Mrs. John led by 1960, he proposed three ex- the Girl Scout program. '„ . kl r\ • owmg comn.ttee appoint-^fS. DaVIS " 6 ' JRiscinto, chairman; Mrs. Imogene iSemonovich, Mrs. Bet Jones, Mrs. T °"y Norristown Meeting }aAn*» ^ Mrs. Oaklev Davis of °^ Layman is chairman for the braid- Clymer will celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary on Sunday,. Mrs. Clarence Peterman, treas- October 21, with open house at p y> R4.P Official Speaks At Rural Valley ; . P. W. Dinner-Meet Bobinets, Mrs. DominiciRD 2, association president of mis- Mrs. Joe Kish, Mrs.isions for.Indiana County Baptist James Craig of Indiana, general Mrs. James Mur-jChurches, attended the Board of;manager of the Rochester and Thomas Walker, Mrs. Managers meetings and the annualjPittsburgh Coal Company, and Mrs. tirt *• T\ iT»*. P!" T-» ..... . _ • . ^.- I _. . * %/ j Republican Hostesses Form Minister's To Use Five W Slogan Wives Fellowship r> p'n ™ (Ma , rjol ' e) ° Ford jurer, gave her report. A rummage; their home, 31 Dixon Road from 2 Henr - v Rllffner . Mrs. Emma Dwy- sessions of'the Woman's Baptist fnS or' a nJ!.WM a rf» «* l^! ^ ]e Ls in the ° ffin g and mem-ito 6 p. m. ier, Mrs. Ken Jones, and Mrs.:Mission Society of Pennsylvania asked to save dona- 1 A cordial invitation is extended. ge Puslinik . helpers. iheld this week in Norristown. :to all friends and relatives to visit 1 Hospitality-Mrs. Michael Zaya-| On October Ifi', over 500 women chek; Publicity-Mrs. George Das-!attended the annual meeting and trt\ft S*\T D^nmtn »»« "S jt — — *I 1-ry,., ..._ " ! and seven !bers were •tions. The business session closed and the Gastons on this occasion, group singing was enjoyed. The Ralph Mrs. Mamie Carney and Mrs. Hale! McQuilken served gingerbread and' Craig were guests of the ness and Professional Women'• Club of Rural Valley.on Monday. October 15. Mr. Craig,was guest speaker for the dinner-meeting ar- , 20 meeting at which time the club| ca n Women held Monday evening will commemmorate National Edu-|j n Republican Headquarters, Rend cation Week. Reports were then given chairmen of all committees. kivich; Program-Mrs. Joseph Kei Woman's Day Program which had (ranged by Miss Sara McFarland, jocic; Historian—Mrs. Leonardos its presiding officer Mrs. George Public relations chairman, the AT u iC. Needham of Coatesville, presi- speaker gaye the group an insight ,,. _ . „ . , , Membership—Mrs. Pete Golba,!dent of the Woman's State Society. ; on what the opening of Margaret M,ss_ Carolyn Schrader, daugh-; chairman; Mrs. John Stabile, Mrs. Miss Dorothy O. Bucklin, Secre-!Mines means to their community.* _., „* n._ ™ , x -, ., , A/J; SS j an j ce McKinney, girl of month from Shannock Valley ^ - ,.- - —i,..^. ..„.., v.. «•' School, was present. Miss Thirteen clernv wivos we,- P nr« P nf Mrs ' Guy Kime wil1 head the N °- r ^ atlonal "°? oraryj F™ 16 ™^ an ^, Mrs - Wende11 Clawson. ! Mission Boards, spoke in the morn-lMcKinney is a senior at the school, innteen clergy wives weie present.| vember ]unch committee _ ,for undergraduate and graduate. Plans were discussed for the fall!ing. ' ( Mrs. Harold McKelvey presi. students in education. She has also! banquet of the Indiana County) Guest speaker in the afternoon i dent of the Rural Valley club, an- i Brothers ( S t r e e t. ("block hostesses" were enlisted to Building, Philadelphia Efficiently organi'/.ed, Guests for the evening were from contact every Republican and get- the New Century Club, Homer ,out-the-vote in order to make sure City Women's Club and Blairsville| WR do not exchange greatness for Women's Club. mediocrity on November 6. A nominating committee, consist-' ing of Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Armstrong presented the following slate of officers for 1956-57: Mrs. David Muir, president; Mrs. , t , chapter of Delta Mr. and Mrs. William Hadden^ 10 " 3 ! Hono . rar y Art , been elected president of the local PTA, Council to be held at Ernest,was Dr. William Axling, missionaryjnounced that Miss Marguerite Hig- Plianrot" r\r liolfn oU< r\nl + n *-U« Mail n« ^«t«U MA _ i. r*. t i- ! ._ . "' J I -» .. . -^ _ . ** , . , Delta, the Hall on October 30 at 6:15 p.m.! to Japan for 53 years Deeply an- 8™. Education Reservations must be made by Oc-'preciative of his work, the Em P er-i f of United Press Correspondent ** New York Herald Tribuna Robert Delano vice nrpsiripnf i of Dixonville quietly observed F ia . tein . Ity V, MlS ' S ^ hrader ls a ,t°ber 25. A bus will be chartered;or bestowed on him the Second a "d Pulitzer winner, will speak u Robert DeLano, vice president, | their sixt third Mweddm anniver .;Ji""or m the Art Department of;for the occasion if there is suf-Order of Merit and he has been^utler at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday. No- H,. i^,.«. r^i. ge> This year she flcient demand. i'made an honorary citizen of Tokyo vember J3. \* and art editor ofj The unit will-sponsor a teen-age the first foreigner to be so honor- ~ ' ' ' ' " " Mrs. Frederick Haworth, secretary- ... me jnu treasurer; Mrs. Robert Coles, sun- ^ ar . v m their home Tuesday, Octo-j is both shine secretary. The slate was un-| ber 16 the committees. - present. Mrs. Robert Marshall led the! annmnriatplv rlrp<s«!prii ty '" contro1 "o'ds the principali'ce and Mrs. Frederick Haworth!.. <tupl UD1 Idlcl \ 1.11 cbacU i. ,. * '111 ill 1 I 1011II f I • I • the style show theme ! chairmanshlps of committees in had charge of the social period.; HPr)fk MSWV AlIX! irirV . .. ' t ' .. Iboth houses, she urged the women Dessert was served by. the hos-i „ , " f-iuAinui; Hadden has been May of this year. | stressed by Mrs. Boyd Bennett, The table decorations of minia-' COllnciI P reside "'- Because the par-jgroup in a short devotional lure dolls appropriately dressed!^ ! n con ! ro1 ho ! ds the _principal||ce carried out Presiding at the table was Mrs. E r "r P^: P T W jLs^r^jsssss 1 si A1 ^ ^ K «, ta ,„, h ^^~^f^^-\^^\.^ v ***« .!«..«K,p P a«,, „«&. P ,, 8 « m : ^-zzw -_ ^,^, r , y *^ Entertainment for the evening consisted, of selections' by a trio T ...... . . . - - «.. u ..o „..„ UUUAa ifrom Shannock Valley Community In addition to her art talent and,day, October 20, from 8 to 11 p.m. 1 among them "Japan At The Mid-' chorus - Joe Maffei, Joe Avi, and -T Cr*rmlPCt'ir* Q/^ll t QTICiin a**t- e-V> n Tn O Ttve^etfie^r^i- t-\ir\ ~*lm*3 TT 1 — !;._ rT*_ . ' . tt A 1 T"» ____•... -m*'. T r . TT».. • 1_ her scholastic achievement she The president thanked Felix Tar- century." excells in the field of sports for ! talone for making posters public-; she is a member of the I.S.T.Cjizing the event. ; A! Passerine. Miss Kay Rearick led the group singing. Mrs. Sarah Shields was in charge .-. -. , - .---., ....... _ of decorations. , of Creekside RD !1S certlfied as a Red Cross life-,Miss Lewis' fourth grade. j . Next meeting of the club will was elected to head the United! guard and swimmin g instructor. I A masquerade party concluded* Diistric < : Deputy Fleta Irwin and^e held November 19 at 6:30 p.m. Synchronized Swimming Team. She ; The book award was won by Install New Officers all members, concluded the meet- also to send back men in lesser '• less for the next meeting which ; No. 55 at their regular ing- Dayton Couple Wed In Glade Run Church Helen Blanche Goodheart, daugh- ters .' 5 ' 6:i7 ') or tneir respective tcr of Mr. and Mrs. John William Drecinct headquarters on election Goodheart of Dayton, and William j^- Bab >' sit ' e rs will also be avail posts who will support the Eisen-J hovver program. To aid voters in getting to the polls, Mrs. Bennett announced that anyone in need of transportation is to call Republican Headquar- h h M M be held November 5, at Thursday, October Indiana. Other officers elected were: ' * " ---- -- TJ V^lt- meeting S ° Cial So !' ority during her, Harkleroad's costume was judged! Lod f e - C J ferr y ^ree were the in- 11 in ft ' es hman year. Her name has been 'the prettiest; Mrs. Tony Riscinto'si stallm g officers for the Desdemona ' '" i included twice on the Dean's funniest; and Mrs. Dominic be led by Mrs. Martin Kaufman'"! B rickel senior vice president;; and the social period will be con-^ letta ^ u ! fma "' , jumor vice presi ' ducted by Mrs. Lawrence Doak.; d f nt> ' Mabel M ' ke se», chaplain; All wives of active and retired^. aude 1 Y e , rr - .P atriot ic instructor; clergy, living in and around ln .jVirgima Fleming conductor; Ruth diana, are invited to join in the i^ anoonibe - assistant conductor; at Indiana State Teach- ;Riscinto's, the most original. tober 10. ° f Plumville Wednesday, Oc- Birthdays Jane October 19 Goss, Mrs. Coming Events* Rummage Sale Games were played and prizes] Desdemona's new officers are: The Willing Workers Circle of - . awarded. Refreshments were ser-!Agnes Walker, noble grand; Maryl tlle First Presbyterian Church of ved by mothers of eighth graders.' Wood, vice grand; Mary Marshall, Indiana will hold a rummage sal« Mrs. Pete Golba, chairman, was, recording secretary; Zell Stuchul, in the Community Center Building (assisted by Mrs. Alex DaskivichJfinancial secretary; Jane Griffith,'!° n Friday, October 19, from noon Ellsworth Mrs> Han '-V Yakimovich, Mrs. Leo-j treasurer. ' j until 4 p.m. and on Saturday morn inhn R.. m h»,,.h n r RI """'Table as well as"sitters~"for~iif D ei" fellowship. " j Fannie Stancombe, guard; EdnaiCribbs, Harry N! Johns, Richardi" a . rd Stabile ' and Mrs - Joh " s t a -' Emmabel Hamill, right support:'^ until 42 noon. Those having John Rumbdugh, son of Mr. and dDie as wejl as Sllte 's 'or ill pei-, ^^ c ^ ; _ B ___ J f ^ ^..Jchristenson, assistant guard; Mil- Lee Wilden. ' ! pile - . to noble "rand- Edna Orr left suD-! donations wi " P lease cal1 5 ' 47H or ' . A . i » i . . """'' "^ Mrs. Ralph Rumbaugh of Dayton,; sons< were united in marriage at half Mrs. Norman Park is member- alter seven o'clock Saturday, Sep- sn iP chairman for Ward I. (.ember 29. The ceremony took) The Pennsylvania Council of Replace amidst an autumn setting ofipublican Women will hold their an- colored leaves and chrysanthemumInual convention at the Penn Shera- decorations in the Glade Run Ion Hotel, Pittsburgh, November Presbyterian Church with the Rev. 29 and 30. R. R. Stull, officiating. • . The Executive Board of the Fel- l bile. musician; Myrtle) Margaret Lois Frate, Kenny! A treasurer; Edna Kerr.iHill. Mrs. M. J. Duman, Ralph 1 leld (Hull. , remainder Ronald - Douglass Hilliard Mark Birthdays 5 ' 6774 for Rummage Sale The LanghariTClass of The First Welcome Wagon Board Moose Women Observe iMeets In Stover Home !„ A/.UU««' in UClODeT bride was lovely in a gown of rrin™ „ /.«« • Chantilly lace over bridal satin V/mlMmaS in UClODeT i len members attended the regu- with a scolloped neckline accenied ,..-,, . ' lar month l.V meeting of the ex- with sequins. The bouffant skirt u »'istmas in October" was ob- ecutive board of the Welcome Wa- was edged with a deep ruffle of served at the regular meeting of gon ,Newcomers Club held last tulle. Her fingertip veil of French lndlana ch apter No. 12KO. Women;evening at the home of Mrs. Ward illusion was secured by a luliet ° f , the ' Moose ' Tuesda >' evening, Oc-:Stover, 321 Chestnut Street. cap trimmed with pearls and se . ! oher 9 ' Wlth 1B c 'o-\vorkers present.! The possibilities of a rummage quins. She wore elbow len°ih mitts eveni »S's program was ar- sale and a card party as activi- of Chantilly lace and cairied a ' ranged by Mooseheart committee!ties for the Ways and Means com-1 white Bible topped with an orchid l"'° nSiSlinS ° f Mar S arel Slear - for the" year were discus-' Her sister. Evelyn Goodheart f" ^T^" a " d Kathryn Beno ' sed ' ; was the only attendant She wore f °' V beaullful! . v wrapped The publishing of the annual yean a gown of avacoda nylon net over? ' l ' le chlldren at Moose-'book was discussed by the chair- taffeta and carried a colonial bou-'i lhe oldsters at - Moose - nia "- M«- R a V Sowko, and Mrs.; quet of white and yellow mums y , e " HWere '" eudence under the ' Iai ' k Moran explained final details Meredith Rupert, brother-in-law Q tl(1e tree - of the Fall Fantasy masquerade of the groom, was best man and i ^ ' leW memhe '' ! Ann ^ ve ak- dance to be held Friday evening ushers were Lee Enterline, Jerrv pJ^' 38 '" u ' ated ' , ^ al R " s 'ic Lodge. Hallman, John Barnett and John t h °, ^ arc '°L derS Day Nlrs ' John C °P le - v ' President, re- McMillen, all of Dayton. )..,, WaS held Se P lemb er 30 at ported on a district convention of '" " " "" *' Welcome Wagon Newcomers Clubs. held last week in Meadville, Pa. , c - S he ' d Se P lember The bride's mother wore a °,av £ lltannin * was 8 iven suit with black accessories and* the ' mother of the groom wore a era v n . * nncKlnccmenl A , made of Refreshments were served by " organist, who was also accompa a Beneu 11 ist for Mrs. T. R. Stull, soloist e ^ " " W1 " One hundred and fifty guests at- THP ' '' h m Cha '' ge MrS ' Th ° m " Woodma "' - V "' s Rav ">ond Klawuhn. Mrs. Arthur Morales, Mrs. Lyle Putt, Mrs. Don- RpfPIVPC nCLCIVCi .to noble grand; Edna Orr, left cookie sale will be po - rt ; Marie Salerno ""'^.."^5. !"^ e ! in S,Emmylou Holleran, Alice Lockhart, chaplain; Margar;et Wood, right support to vice- 1 grand; Elizabeth Moore, left SU p.i Methodist Church will hold a rum- ; port; Catherine Wells, i n s i d e' ma S e sale in tne Community Geni guardian; Olive Hazelett, outside! ter Building Friday, October 19, 'guardian; Mary Louise Wood, pian- and Saturday, October 20. 'ist; Larue McLaughlin, color bear- Those wll ° cannot get their rum- The Historical and Genealogical er - Mildred Nichol is the retiring! ma S e lo the Center will pleas» j Society of Indiana County announce; noble 8 rand - call 5--I016 or 5-7656 for pick up ithey now have a history of Grove! "Die new noble grand made the service - | I Chapel Lutheran Church in their following committee appointments: | n ' files. The history is a gift of the Mrs. Emma Douds, Mrs. Elizabeth! Court St. Bernard pastor, Rev. Roy S. Shultz. Moore, visiting committee; Mary! Catholic Daughters The booklet traces the histroy of Louise Wood and Emabel Hamill,! Tne re S" lai> monthly meeting ftf the Lutheran Church in Rayne social committee; Mary Raybuck,' Court: St. Bernard, Catholic Daugh. Township from 1840, when ser- chairman of ways and means. ' ters of America, will be held to| vices were held in the old Book- A social hour brought the evening ni § ht (° cf ober 18) at the St. Ber- iainyer schoolhouse, through the or- to a close. ' nard Recreation Center at 8 p.m., iganization of the Grove Chapel •• preceded by a covered-dish sup- i congregation, in 1863, in Wolf's UL^ C_ IT I • P er at 6:3 ° P- m |^L« C~. I T L' John bmrek Teachmc Mr. Renda At I J H S of Mr. and Mrs. John Smrek, Sr., Frank A. Renda, husband of Ma- now doing his student teaching in ry R. Renda of 125 North Fifth the Punxsutawney High School in' i Street, Indiana, is now doing his bookkeeping and typing. " i i student teaching in bookkeeping Mr. Smrek will receive his 'and clerical practice at the Indi- bachelor of science in education de- , , „ _, i Ruth Circle m J S n - Be !" n3r . d S1m , rek ', Jr ::, a , son The First Methodist Church 1 Ruth 0[ ^e Women'. ' Car '3 at ' and ., h , *' 11 serve as hostesses. , P ' Tiny colored gumdrops may rooms immediately follow--future ing the ceremony. " Rose saffron Upon their return from a wed- ihe evening ding trip to Niagara Falls. N.Y. Tuesday October '''i i<; iho Hat^ T and Canada, the couple are at fo,- ,he ne'x, regiJir mee,ing ^ f ^ ors for a s " ial1 g^if^V; home at 16015 Waterloo Road, '"eeung. _ — . Cleveland, Ohio. -ana Joint High School. gree from the State Teachers Col-! ! Mr. Renda will receive his lege, Indiana, Pennsylvania, in p bachelor of science in education'January, 1957, and will be certi- uummage bale 'degree from the State Teachers.fied to teach business education on 1 ' Th ^ Clark Circle of the Firstt iCollege, Indiana, iruJanuary, 1957,'the secondary school level. -Presbyterian Church of Indiana will! and will be certified to teach busi-! In addition, Mr. Smrek is certi- sponsor a rummage sale in • the 'ness subjects on the secondary fied in water safety instruction and 1 Communu y Center Building on Fri- i school level. is an instructor and life guard at; day ' October 19 - from noon until : During his college career, Mr. the Homer City Memorial Pool.; 5:g ° P' m ' and on Saturday mora- Renda has been active in the Delta During his college career, he has, 1118 ' October 20. until 1:00 p.m. Ronald and Douglas, sons of Mr.'celebrate his tenth birthday on De- Sigma Nu, social fraternity. been an active member of Sigma 1 and Mrs. Ronald Hilliard of Horn- cumber 1. ! phi Epsilon, the Junior Chamber 1 Queen Esther Classer City, Route 2, are celebrating They are grandchildren of Mrs. Newest bras and corsets zip or of Commerce, and Gamma Rho Tne Queen Esther Class of th« Successor to the Empire line is Mrs. Rumbaugh was graduated the very short-waisted look This last spring from Dayton Joint High starts directly under the bustljne S^n°r ri I$ emP w yed ^ u Weld ' and ^' a »y is paired with the un« rp> J >r . C8m . er ?J ls -. Her husband, a fi,, c d waistline. Skirt mav be slim graduate of Dayton Joint High or f u ii School, class of 1953, is employed ..... _ • , , ., _ • -___ cj -- -^j— ...-,_, ._,,, ,_» ^n ^i t »* i * 1.1 n^ w , a i ive t e gitt of sluc k on toothpicks and surround- their birthdays this fall. Douglas Mae Hilliard" of Homer City and hook in the front rather than the Tau Honorary Business Fraternity. First United Presbyterian Church ed with tiny lace paper doili?s lor celebrated his sixth birthday on Mrs. Margaret Stiles of Homer back. They Save both time and ef- Mr. Smrek served in the United wil1 meel '" '"* church Friday Saturday, October 13. Ronnie will City Route 2. fort in dressing. States Army as an anti-aircraft; eyeniing, October 19, at eight I mechanic in Korea during the ° c '°ck. \ Korean conflict. MRS HUBER'S CLASS Mrs. Huber's Sunday School UTTLE EVE 6v Jolita M i . should be split into halves Miss Lois Himes of Dayton held lengthwise; the backbone, neck aS a saower for tae bride recently. ,k ee l bone should be removed. ! Smrek is a graduate of Commo-, ! dore High School where he partici- 'pated in football and basketball! Class will meet in the Chapman ,and is still active in sports in the room of the church Friday evening, county. During the school term, he-October 19. officiates football and basketball ! and during the summer plays Gospel Hour baseball in the Greater County A gospel hour will be held *t League. He has also managed the the Stake Evangelical United j Dixonville Junior Baseball Team in Brethren Church at 8:00 p.m. DST i previous years. 'oa Friday, October 19. i * i iis •j •1 It !* *

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