The Titusville Herald from Titusville, Pennsylvania on January 3, 1992 · Page 10
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The Titusville Herald from Titusville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Titusville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 3, 1992
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Society\ THE TITUSVILLE HERALD, Titusville, Pa., Monday, December 14, 1992—PAGE SEVEN MRS. CORA MORTON To Mark 100th Birthday Cora Morton of Lincolnville will celebrate her 100th birthday with an open house on Dec. 27 r at the Little Cooley United Methodist Church from 2 to 5 p.m. ' The event is being hosted by her children, Albert Morton of North East, Helen Donor of LincolnviHe, Arlo Morton of North East, Gordon Morton of Edgewater, Fla., and two step-children, Levant Morton of Erie and Nevas Brown of North East. Mrs. Morton has nine grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, 24 great- great-grandchildren and one great-great-great-grandchild. All her friends and relatives are welcome to attend. Maplewood Junior-Senior High Honor Roll Announced The following Maplewood Junior and Senior High School students were named to the second marking period's honor roll: Seventh Grade Tiffany Beers, Brieanne Billman, Carol Bowler, Joshua Carpenter, Charles Collen, Sherri Foltz, Jeremy Gates, Jennifer Hall, David Hogue, Bradley Holcomb, Jennifer Joliet, Holly Kaputa, Russell Kolacek, Kristen McCaskey, Steven Mclntyre, Yolanda Morehead, Ginger Moyer, Ryan Nuhfer, Brian Scullin, William Smith. Chad Wagner, Darlene Surviving Beatles To Reunite NEW YORK (AP) — The. threa; surviving members of the' Beatles will get together again for a 10-part television series about the group and may do "a little bit of music," Paul McCartney said Thursday. The TV series will be an "antholo- . gy" of the group and will definitely include George Harrison and Ringo Starr, McCartney said at a news conference for Australian media announcing his plans to kick off a worldwide tour in Australia next year. "There is a chance that we might actually do a little bit of music" for the series, McCartney said. The Beatles broke up in 1970 and never reunited. John Lennon,- who together with McCartney wrote most of the group's songs, was murdered in New York in 1980. "Rather than put a big pressure on us and say, 'the Beatles are reforming/ probably it will happen a bit more naturally and we'll get together for this (series) and that will just be the three of us probably," the cx-Beatle said. McCartney, 50, didn't say when the TV series would begin production. It will be produced by the British Broadcasting Corp., said the cable television station New York 1, which broadcast portions of the news conference. Sinatra Marks 77th Birthday LAS VEGAS (AP) — A gala 77th birthday party brought a twinkle and a tear to the blue eyes of Frank Sinatra. Friends and family members were among Sinatra's audience Saturday for a birthday concert that concluded a week-long engagement at the Desert Inn Hotel and Casino. The resort has special meaning for Sinatra: He made his Las Vegas debut there in 1951. "Thank you for helping rne celebrate a very important birthday because there aren't many left, " Sinatra said, drawing moans from a capacity crowd that gave him haif a dozen standing ovations during the 90-minute show. Sinatra, born Dec. 12, 1915, appeared fit and trim Saturday, and in good voice, as he sang 20 of his hits, including "Summer Wind," "My Funny Valentine" and "My Way." Pa. Daily Number 5-5-0 Pa. Big Four Number 8-6-3-9 Wetsell and Kara Young. Eighth Grade Eric Billman, Jennifer Corbett, Matthew. Crocker, Chanin Hasse, Melissa Henry, Allison Hollabaugh, Christine Houck, Lisa Kirk, Amber Kralj, Nicole Mailliard, Brad McWright, Ryan Molli, Shaimian Morehead, Jana Nazelrod, Casey Scott-Weathers, Stacey Shamp, Logan West, Misty Williams and Nichole Wilson. Freshmen Mary Bowler, Kelly Boyce, Mark Brumagin, Patrick Colbert, Matthew Colwell, Lacey DeRouchie, Vikki Detweiler, Julie Gregory, Justyn Headley, Nathan Hollabaugh, John McMahon, Tamara Rudy, Gretchen Skiba and Jessica Stover. Sophomores .>-v*Todd Allison, Beth Bly, Angela DiiCopeland, Joyce. .DeFrancesco, Patrick Hunter, Eric Hint/' Robin Kolacek, Tonya McGowan, Rachel Mohl, Chantal Myers, Shannon Nuhfer, Sandra Sauerland, Jeffrey Shearer, Renee Shreffler, Autumn Smith and'Colleen Smith. Juniors Gregory Billman, Rebecca Byham, Jolene Christie, Kristi Deeter, Holly Gregory, Carrie Hamilton, Heather Hasse, Rebecca Hill, Timothy Kiser, Alicia Laderer, Sean Leubbert, Matthew McAlevy, Stephanie McCarl, Kelly McMahon, Kristin Molli, William Narpes, Lisa Ohl, Stephanie Ongley, Nathan Panion, Timothy Scovil, Mason Shamp, Julie Ten-ill, Kristopher Wilson and Jacob Womer. Seniors Melissa Baron, Heather Battin, Sandi Bowler, Leslie Brawley, Fawn Bunce, Robert Crawford, Kristi Crocker, Chad Donovan, Matthew Halsaver, Marc Huber, Casey Kirberger, Amber Koehler, Stanley Koontz, Amy McGown, Thomas McGuire, Windle Oberrath, Alane Preston, Peggi Synder, Brian Taormina, Melinda Warham, Tina Wilhclm and Greg Woods. Grange News Steuben Grange Steuben Grange met Dec. 8 with a cookie exchange. Effie Yochum reported on the dinners, the auction and the sewing contest; Prego and Campbell labels are to be given to Elaine Root; and Scott Preston is taking orders for seed corn and bailer twine. The appeals from Vernon Ag. Security and the state youth were answered. Dates to remember are Dec. 17, the last auction for this year; Dec. 18 is the Christmas party for children and members. The next meeting will be Jan. 12 with Scott Preston in charge of the program. Effie Yochum read Living Granges and Dying Granges. Everyone gave their wish for Christmas; Helen Caldwell read The Midnight Ride of the Christmas Cow; Jokes were told and Julia Dupont read "Winter Scene. Each member present received a gift. All were reminded to bring a man or woman's gift for the gift exchange on Dec. 18. Christmas cards are being sent to many members unable to attend grange meetings. Helen Caldwell, lecturer Titusville Hospital List compiled at 8:30 p.m. ADMITTED Kathryn Parker, Titusville. Roger Ricke Sr., Titusville. Paul Roeper, Tionesta. John Beane, Tionesta. Mary Weaver, Titusville. Pamela Ritchie, Hydetown. Judy Carter, Titusville. DISCHARGED Marilyn Savitz, Grand Valley. Isabelle Hook, Titusville. Eva Hasbrouck, Titusville. Bruce Dillemuth, Titusville. Betty Cherry, Titusville. Clinton Bevier, Pleasantville. Kimberly Martin and son, Spartansburg. John Dayton, Titusville. Bnan Fenno, Corry. Robert Anderson, Tidioute. 4 Good Men' Top Movie At Theaters LOS ANGELES (AP) — The military drama "A Few Good Men" was the nation's most popular box office attraction during the weekend, earning an estimated $16 million in its debut, industry sources said Sunday. The film, starring Jack Nicholson, Tom Cruise and Demi Moore, knocked "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" into second place with an estimated $8.2 million. "The Bodyguard" and Disney's animated feature "Aladdin" were in a close race for third place. "The Bodyguard" earned about $7.2 million and "Aladdin" collected about $7.1 million. The rest of the Top 10 moneymakers were Eddie Murphy's "The Distinguished Gentleman," with S5.7 million; "The Muppets Christmas Carol," $5 million; "Malcolm X," $1.8 million; "Bram Stoker's Dracula," $1.6 million; "Passenger 57," $1 million; and "Under Siege," $740,000. The projected earnings are based on Friday ticket sales and estimated sales for Saturday and Sunday. Final figures were to be released on Monday. In Who's Who Among Students In Jr. Colleges Jeffrey A. Wagner, 105 White Oak Dr., has been named to the 1993 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges from the University of Pittsburgh, Titusville (UPT). Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory have included the names of these students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success. Wagner is Student Government Association treasurer, a resident assistant, and a member of Campus Judicial Board. He has been active in intramurals and has helped with the FoodSHARE program. Emanuel Plans Committee Night Meetings The Emanuel Lutheran Church will hold an All-Committee Night on Tuesday evening at 7 at the church. Those committees participating in this event are property, finance, Christian education, social ministry, worship and music and stewardship. Members of the committees are reminded that it is always important to attend your committee meeting. Church council meeting will be held at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Escort Desk Morning — Ruth Gilson and Ginny Hubbard; afternoon — Bernadette Pike and Carolyn Hollabaugh. Red Cross Volunteers — Ruth Kanyuck and Audrey Williams. Hospitality Shop — B. Danielson; B. Crisman, M. Howe; M. Doolittle (R). STEEL ROOFING AND SIDING Dav.n N D u -«'t R D No '. O-aw Run Ro CaT>- cge So"--gs PA '6403 P^Y-e 1814! 390 405? 'NSTftLLJU'C-rj i DEUVEHV fiVAlLABLE FRENCH FARMERS at Strausbourg, France, carry an Uncle Sam effigy symbolizing the United States during a mass demonstration Dec. 1 against the GATT accords. The sign reads: "Everything for me." (Reuter) M & M's HALLMARK Proudly Presents PARKSIDE mm ART GALLERY Custom Bramlng Featuring Regional Artists: • Rebecca T. Gavin » Robert Ernst • John Imhoff • Jack Paluh Prints also available by Terry Redlin and Bob Travers as well as several artists who recently showed at The Allegheny West Exhibit at UPT Park Building 827-3814 jj ATTENTION T.H.S, STUDENTS, PARENTS, GRANDPARENTS, ALL READERS The Telephone Number for The Titusville Herald Is 827-3634 RING IN 1993 With A Personalized New Year's Greeting! Will Publish In The Titusville Herald's "Titusville 1992 Yearbook" On December 31, 1992. Perfect for Students, Relatives, Classmates, Friends, Athletes, Business Associates, "In Memory Of. 2 Sizes To Choose From! HAPPY NEW YEAR "Sugar Bear" Love, Snoolems xoxoxo Congratulations "HOSS" On A Great Season!! GO ROCKETS 1993 Mom & Dad $9.00 (no photos) $19.00 (photos OK in this size) Sketch Your Ad Here: Mail With Remittance To: The Titusville Herald Yearbook P.O. Box 328 Titusville, PA 16354 MUST BE RECEIVED BY DEC. 24th, 1992

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