Tyrone Daily Herald from Tyrone, Pennsylvania on June 30, 1960 · Page 3
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TYRONE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, JUMP 30, 1960_ Ray Smeltzer, 519 Park ave., Is Mrs. Mrtry King, Third st., Is oil on anhual vacation of two weeks.: vacation this week. Mi. and .Mrs, Marlon S. Glasgow \ of B'elHvooa, former Tyrone rcgi-l dents, are. observing their weddlnjr i anniversary toddy, Misse.s Kijren.and Barbara Kuntz : Henshaw, Ramey,' Guy Robertson, Psrk ftve.,' Is on vacation of two %'eeks. Mr. and Mrs. tV. Paul Price, 420 flfti) st., ft re'observing their ninth wedding anniversary. and Robert Henshaw, Ramey, | Stephen Feathers, Tyrone,, 1ms visited in-Tyr.onc on Wednesday, j been admitted to Altoona Hospital. David , Blair, former/Tyrone' re-! Mr.s. Clyde McOarvey. Westover, sident,, died at his home in Cleve- j was a visitor in Tyrone on Wed- land, Ohio, last, Thursday. Burial' nesday. was made iii Cleveland on Monday. David Gardner. Hillcrest, is observing his 13th birthday anniversary today. Robert Smith. Washington, D.C. has returned after visiting his father in Nealrnont. Elmer, Zlmmorman, Northwood. is on vacation this week. . Mr, and Mrs. Howard B. Noel, Northwood, -are in Detroit, Mich.; visiting their brothers, Ralph Noel •and Lester Peary, Today the Hundreds Of Savers At IMPROVEMENT SAVINGS & LOAN Received Dividends Totaling | $19,846.00 | Twice a year oOr savers receive notice of their savings dividends Why not get your share of our aboye average earnings by opening your savings account with us now! Remember our current rate is an optimum. 3!4% Per Annum. and you have the knowledge that your money is completely safe. WHERE you save DOES make a difference! IMPROVEMENT Saving & Loan Association (The INSURED Association) Vnntlt% wr.iptisn i . WASH.tN'OTDN.ml'W-Sen. Hti- i)prt II. Illumphrey (D-Mlnn.i ( «nyH the UnlVetl Stauvi np>htls niOf-r- inuney lt> ;ulvi'rtlK«eo?!fnetlc t ', .thati ll doi's iti'r tin 1 entire U.S. over-, seas information .program, "We litre spoffdlntt tnbre trylriy to keep {nu Hirl'J preiiy thnn try- in« .lo .lliit tl>« facP of humanity." tic Itild h(ii; SeniUt;.. .Wcdnesdiiy. -•).s'« * < FACE -:"., ; v;. MlfrEOLA* N.V, Margaret Oranchlc, the }>wner of »i ei>hw*rh mnicUif? doll f«<-e», had her, ; • liiolmrut,; Jom-irt), of renl^il WedwMduy nlijlii oft a forgery, charge., , , ' . , Vl Me «tUH Ornrifchlo forged mow tllittl tl.bod in checks and ld»t<.Jt nil nt ihc race tracks AQOtyng, for a luck lK>rse t najjied.DoU, Eight mismtsers of Cub Scout Pack 27 were graduated from J.he Webelos into the Boy Scouts at a candle lighting cerembny held at Camp Anderson Saturday. The boys from left to right are: Dana Brown, Nicky Castagnola, Miko Ellenbergor, Charles Drossel, Curtis Werner, Mafk Sho^e, Mark Mooseker and William Anderson. Office: 10 W. 11JH STREET PHONE: MU 4-3980 OFFICE HOURS: 9:00-A.M./to ;4:30 P.M. Closed Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons Dor is Aileen Crawford Is Bride Of Ashland Man Miss Doris Aileen Crawford. I with a .scalloped sabrlnn eckllne. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth The Illusion veil fell from a coro- M. Crawford, Sinking Valley, and net of seed pearls. She carried a John Luther Burmeistcr, son of white rainbow Bible overlaid with Mr. and Mrs. Luther .Burmoister, white orchids and stephaolls, Fountain Springs, Ashland, were united in marriage last Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock In the Arch Spring Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Robert E.'Borland officiating at the double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was Alma Clalr Crawford and the .bridesmaid was Mary E. Crawford, sisters of the bride. Cassle Hedber", Altoona RD 3, was flower girl. The best man was Robert Burns, SprinR- i field, college fraternity brother of 700 I the bridegroom. Donald Ty.son, of Ashland, and Richard Crawford, brother of the bride, were the ushers. William Coward, Gordon, ne- . , , . , , , . , i phew of the bridegroom was the and left on June 16 for Lack-1 acolyte. The church was decorated with palms, candles, white snapdragons and chrysanthemums. G. Clarence Black, Tyrone, was the organist. The bride, who \v>a.s given In marriage by her father, wore A gown of full-length white embroidered nylon over net and taffeta David A. Schopp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo L. Schopp, Park ave., a recent graduate of Tyrone Area High School, has enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and left on June 16 for Lackland Air Forte base, San Antonio, Tex. COMPACT MARKET WIDENS NEW YORK (UPI1—If 0.500,000 cars are sold In the country this year, the so-called compacts will claim between 25 and 30 per cent of the market, trade sources predict. The maid of honor was attired in a blue organza gown and carried a spray of pink chrysathcmums while the bridesmaid's dress, was of pink organza and she carried a spray of blue chrysanthemums. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for 150 guests In the social room of the church. The bride is a graduate of Tyrone Area High School and Linden Hall Junior College and has been employed In the offices of Veeder- Root, inc., Altoona. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ashland High School and Franklin and Marshall College where he received a bachelor of science degree In chemistry. He is >a member of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity and the American Chemical Society. He presently holds a graduate assist- aiUwhip at Northwestern University, Evans Ion, 111. The couple will be living in Bound Brook, N.J., where they will be employed for the summer al Union Carbide and Plastics Corp. JUDITHS Wolf's Are Overstocked 100 MUST BE SOLD OPEN A WOLF CREDIT ACCOUNT 128 00 USE WOLFS EASIEST TERMS 148 Many One Of A SOME FLOOR SAMPLES BUT EVERY ONE IS FULLY GUARANTEED 1222-24 PA; AVE. Dial MU 4-1890 JACOB A. CnOVK Jacob A. Grove, C20 Washington ave., died Tuesday at 8:45 p.m. at liis home after a long illness. He was born April G, 1881 at Marklesburg, the son of Jacob A. and Laura Beaver Grove. He was irmn-H'd June 22, 1904 at Unionville. to Mlmv McClincy. He had resided in Tyrou-.- since 1900. Surviving' aiu the 'viclov; and DIP foilowit.C; chlldip.fi. Fvnnc.s E., :if Tipton; Mr.s. Mariyiet I. Johnso'. 1 East Hartford, Cora.; Mrs. Ms r- :an L-iiiruai, Koehe.-'i'i. N.Y.; Jacob A., Jr., Meadville; Thoina; TO. drove, ColtimbU". Ohio; Hoberi 1i. Grove, Florence, Ala.: ann Mrs Paul Marzana, Rochester, N.Y.: also a sister, Mrs. Hamilton Reynolds, Huntingdon; 14 randchil- clren and nine great grandchildren He was a member of the First Evangelical U 1 t e d Brethren Church. Tyrone: the Bla/.ing Arrow Hook & Ladder Fire Co. He was widely-known as a musician. He was a clerk for the Pcnnsyl vaniai Railroad Co., retiring 1 in 1939 after 31 years of service. Funeral service will be Friday at 4 p.m. at the Johnson Funeral Home in charge of the Rev. J. Byron Bishop. Burial will be in Blair Memorial Park. Friends are being received at the Johnson Funeral Home. MRS. MYRTLE IRVIM Mrs. Myrtle Irvin, formerly of the Warriors Mark and Eden Hill area, died this morning at Valley View Home, Pleasant Valley Boulevard. She was a daughter of John and Rachel Whippo Hamer. She was 74 years of age. Arrangements, in charge of the Cox Funeral Home, Warripr.s Mark, and -a full obituary will be published in Friday's edition of the Tyrone- Daily Herald. 'Gazebo' Next At Neff's Mills A comedy-mystery by Alec Coppel is the next production to be presented at the Mateer Playhouse at Standing Stone. "The Gazebo." under the direction of Max Fischer, William Romano, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rorriiano, j 2213 Columbia ave., observed his 16th birthday anniversary yesterday. Lutheran Quarter Communion Day The quarterly communion of the First English Lutheran Church will be held this Sunday at the 8;30 and 10:45 a.m. services, the congregation was reminded today by the Rev. John T. Peace,- pa.stor. All are urged to attend. for The tirtt Tim* Jn 50 Yeaft,.. MOLNAR JEWELRY will open Monday and through Saturday. It will .feature Ron-aid Bishop and Patricia Thompson in the leading roles. The Mateer Playhouse, operated by the Pensylvania State University's Department of Theatre Arts, i.s 'located at NelT'.s Mills, just off route 305. rpbp— scheduling of ii'i least one murder mystery during the summer season i.s a tuadltion at Standing Stone. The Playhouse, for the past several years, has scheduled thrillers by Agatha Christie and other writers of the genre. This season's production continues In this vein. LIGHT QUEMOV IJARRAOE TAIPEI, Formosa (UPD—Com- munist Chinese guns Wednesday bombarded the Nationalist offshore Island of Quemoy with the I lightest barrage ever recorded in continue! tne Istrnlts hostilities. Only five ' from the mainland. Flavor of the Week CHERRY PIKE'S QUALITY ICE CREAM Mfg. By HAGG'S Dairy Diabetic lc» Cream Alto Available In Coffe* Vanilla Go/a Holiday DANCE Monday July 4 4:30 til 6 p.m. 7:30 til ? RHYTHM MASTERS HOOKIES 1216 Blair Ave. YYYYYYYYYYVtYTTYVYYTYYYY beachniks at sea Nauticals with likiable ways' pul anchor for a summer of fun ashore or at sea. Authentic in detail, pleasantly feminine styling i this pair is your passport to sun and fun. Surfing pant, 8-16, $6.98 Boater knit skirt, S-M-L, $3.98 GARDNERS CLOTHING STORE WEST TENTH STREET oo Hospital News June 30, 19GO ADMISSIONS Laura W. Gosser, Carlisle i DISCHARGED Joseph Patrick, Tyrone RD 1 ! Mrs. Nelson Catherman and son, Winters Ma.H William Ohrtrnan, Spruce Creek DJSI'ENSAnV David Wooi'ner, Tyrone RD 3 Lloyd Friday, 1G09 Adan.-; ave. for HOME COSTS SHOWN NEW YORK (UPD—Less than two-thirds of the cost of a, new- home Ls spent on the house itself, Barrett Division of Allied Chemical Corp. estimates. The rest is spent lor land, legal and real estate fees and builders' expenses. CAR COUNT RISES LONDON (UPD—New Zealand has doubled its auto "population" inside 10 years and for the first time has licensed more than half- a-million cars. There is now one car to every 4.7 persons in the country. LATE CLASSIFIEDS FOR REN1 Cottages, Spruce Creek, Colerain State Park. H. E. Updyke, EV ,8-7318. 30t3' 2nd floor 4 room & bath ap"art- ment. Inquire 22(5'^ E. IHh st. after 4 p.m. ' 3013* sportswear for sportsmen Jantzen beachniks the sportsmen Frank Gifford, New York Giant star, enjoys thfe comfort of the accurately striped boater shirt worn with calf-length surfing pants. This Jantzeh twosome is a typical outfit for the nautical pursuer and just as smart for today's Beachnik, ALSO MANY NEW MODELS SWJM TRUNKS. IN MEN'S 'S CLOTHING STORE WEST TENTH STREET

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