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The Indiana Gazette Thursday, June 13, 1985 — Page 14 Margaret Wiley and Terry Foley wed in Jacksonville LT. AND MRS. TERRY FOLEY r West Lebanon Seniors ' Will meet at 6;30 p.m. Monday. June 17 in community center for covered dish dinner. Bring table service. - Degree of Honor - Will hold executive board meeting 'at 7:30 p.m. June 14 in community ; center building. : Square Dance Will be held from 9 p.m. to 12 midnight Saturday, June 15 at Blairs•ville Grange. Johnny K Orchestra. IPublic invited. ' Republican Men's Club of Indiana Co. Will meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. June 19 for dutch treat dinner at the Indiana VFW. Business meeting follows at 7:30 p.m. Plans will be made for picnic on July 27 at home of Dr. Joseph Clark. Glen Campbell. All Republican men invited to at• tend. Corn parties Third Saturday of every month starting at 7 p.m. at Creekside Fire Hall. Benefits Creekside Volunteer Fire Company. Every Saturday Clymer Moose. at pm. in Every Sunday at 6:30 p.m. in VFW Country Club. Every Sunday at 7 pm. in Iselin Fire Hall. Every Monday at 7 p.m. in True Blue Club. Brush Valley. Early bird 6:45. JACKONSVILLE, Fla. — Margaret Jo Wiley and Terry John Foley, both of Jacksonville, Fla., were married on Saturday, May 11,1985. Father G.C. O'Connor officiated the 12 noon, double ring ceremony at St. Edward's Chapel, Jacksonville Naval Air Station. Music was provided by organist Vicki Shashy and soloist Julie Sexton-Podplesky, cousin of the bride. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. James G. Wiley, Indiana; and Mr. and Mrs. John M. Foley, Indiana. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father and was given in marriage by her parents. She appeared at the altar dressed in a gown of white English knit with an overlay of Schiffli lace. The gown featured a high neckline, sheer bodice and sleeves. An A-line two-tier skirt of Sehiffli lace with a chapel length train fell from a natural waistline highlighted by satin cording. On her head, the bride wore a delicate halo with a fingertip veil edged in Sheffle lace. She carried a bouquet of white cymbidium orchards, white statice, baby's breath, and English ivy. The bride chose Mary Ellen Yonushonis from Philipsburg as her maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Zoe T. Ziegler, Jacksonville; and Jan M. Patridge, Jacksonville. The groom chose Steven Metcalfe of New York City as his best man. Ushers' duties were performed by Thomas Bost, Greenville; and Pat Patridge, Jacksonville. A luncheon reception was held in the Officers' Club at the Naval Air Station. The bride is a 1972 graduate of Indiana High School, a 1976 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelor of science degree in nursing, and earned a master's degree in nursing in 1982 from the' University - of Pittsburgh. She is employed at St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville. Her husband is a 1972 graduate of Indiana High and a 1976 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. He is a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy and is working as an aviator. Following a trip to Sanibel Island, the couple is residing in Key West. (Photo by Basso) Marriage licenses Dennis Lee Griffith of Home RD 1 and Holly Louise Cornman of Home. Jeffrey Kenneth Craig of Newport News. Va.. and Pamela Sue Baker of Newport News. Va. Pat Lewis Grube of Punxsutawney and Brenda Sue Olexy of Rossiter RD 1. Todd Curtis Wagner of Saltsburg and Kathleen Tracy Porter of Saltsburg. TURTLE CREEK — Mrs. Alice Meyer of Turtle Creek wishes to announce the engagement of her daughter Mary Lynne Meyer of Indiana to Dr. Robert N. Ricart of Erie. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ricart of Erie. Miss Meyer, also the daughter of the late James E. Meyer, is employed by Robert D. Douglass, Esquire, Indiana. Her fiance is self-employed as an optometrist. The couple is planning a wedding at the Grace United Methodist Church in Indiana on Sept. 14,1985, New f Arrivals MR. AND MRS. ROBERT BAUMAN JR. Mary Shirey, Robert Bauman recite vows SHELOCTA — Mary Kathy Shirey of Shelocta exchanged wedding vows with Robert Thomas Bauman Jr. of Indiana on Saturday, May 11. 1985. The Rev. Jeffrey Bermosk officiated the double ring ceremony at the Plumcreek Church of the Brethren, Shelocta. Music was provided by organist Mrs. Shirely Leisenring and vocalists Mr. and Mrs. Larry McCluskey. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Erman Robert Shirey of Shelocta RD 3; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Bauman Sr. of Pittsburgh. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father and was given in marrjage by her parents. She appeared at the altar in a Victorian style white gown of tiered Chantilly lace and organza over taffeta. The gown featured a demure stand-up lace collar, an illusion net yoke with schiffli embroidery and a fitted bodice covered with chantilly-type lace. The full skirt was trimmed with tiers of lace and extended into a semi-cathedral The best of the instants - -7 ANNA ROSS! Anna Rossi marks WOth birthday SALTSBURG — Mrs. Anna Rossi of Saltsburg celebrated her 100th birthday May 16. She marked her birthday by attending Mass at St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church in Avonmore where the Rev. Fr. Francis Pirulli paid tribute to her. A family gathering in her honor followed at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Christy and Teresa Battistelli. - At 100, Mrs. Rossi resides with the 'Battistellis and is still active. She likes to take walks, do the dishes, water the plants and flowers on her lawn, and watch television. Mrs. Rossi was born in Bavaria and came to the United States in 1893 when she was 13. Her husband .Fred Rossi died in 1962. •t Mrs. Rossi lived in Avonmore RD '2 from 1910-1983 and kept up her own '.garden there until she was 98. . She has four children: Fred, 'Tinsmill; Phillip, and Anna Galo, both of Saltsburg RD 2; and Teresa Battistelli, Saltsburg RD 3. Mrs. Rossi has 47 descendents, including four great-great grandchildren. By THE EDITORS OF CONSUMER REPORTS If you haven't enough time to brew a whole pot of coffee, but still want a cup. you can always use "instant." And some of the instant coffees available today are nearly as flavorful as the real thing. That's what Consumer Reports concluded after testing 41 instant coffees recently. Some instants are created by spraying percolated coffee through hot air after it's brewed. The heat removes the water, but it can also remove some of the coffee aroma found in freshly brewed coffee. Other instants are freeze-dried. The brewed coffee is frozen into slabs that are ground up. While still frozen, the ground coffee is passed through a vacuum and mild heat to remove the water. Instant coffee that's freeze-dried tends to retain more of freshly brewed coffee's aroma. There were 14 decaffeinated coffees among the 41 products tested. In the opinion of Consumer Reports' sensory consultants, an instant should have a slight-to-moderate taste and smell of roasted coffee to compare favorably with freshly- brewed coffee. It should have a fairly full body — including a trace of coffee's characteristic sourness, bitterness and astringencv. Thev also FIVE GENERATIONS — Five generations of the Good family were present at the 96th birthday celebration of Sarah Good of Alverda. Helping her celebrate were, standing, great-granddaghter Carry McAdoo, Indiana; daugter Ruth Frank of Indiana; and grandson Eddie Frank, Indiana. Standing beside their great-great-grandmother Good are Ricky Jr. and T.J. McAdoo, both of Indiana. down-rated a number of products for a heavy, burnt taste indicative of overprocessing. Coffee's flavor characteristics are fairly subtle and should not linger — the consultants considered any aftertaste a defect. The tested instants were compared against Brown Gold 100% Colombian drip-grind coffee, which was highly rated when regular coffees were last tested (March 1983 issue of Consumer Reports magazine, available at your library). While none of the instants equaled the Brown Gold. 13 of them did well enough to be rated Very Good. Regular Yuban topped the list. The highly rated freeze-dried brands were Brim. Sanka, Taster's Choice, Maxim, Edwards, Kroger, Lady Lee (sold in Lucky stores on the West Coast) and Brown Gold instant. Highly rated regular instants in. eluded Nescafe Silka, Sanka, Maxwell House, and Nescafe Classic Blend. If you love coffee but are sensitive to caffeine, you may want to try a decaffeinated instant. Four of the 13 highly rated instants are decaffeinated brands. Brim, Sanka freeze-dried. Edwards and ordinary Sanka. A six-ounce cup of the decaffeinated instant delivers about 4.5 milligrams of caffeine: regular instants average about 65 milligrams per cup. If you want an instant coffee that's heartier than most instants, you might consider Nescafe's Brava. The sensory consultants say that Brava is more like espresso than a conventional instant coffee. It had little of the typical light flavor and aroma of an instant. Its aroma proved assertive when the jar was first opened. When brewed in the cup, Brava had a strong, bitter and astringent flavor and aroma. (For a special reprint of Consumers Union's evaluation of dishwasher detergents, send $1 for each copy to CONSUMERS, P.O. Box 461, Radio City Station, New York, NY 10019. Be sure to ask for the reprint on "Dishwasher detergents.") length. For her headpiece, the bride chose a modified picture hat trimmed with lace matching her gown. Attached was a nylon net pauf and streamer. She carried colonial silk flower bouquet arranged with white roses, statice, ivy and baby's breath. The bride's sister, Susan Olson of Lucernemines, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Diane Smith, Indiana; Kris Young, Clearfield; and Candie McQuiston, Indiana. The groom chose Randy Bacha of Indiana as his best man. Ushers were Matt Yankuskie, Shawn Strong and Ed Smith, all of Indiana. A buffet was held at the VFW Country Club in Indiana following the ceremony. The bride is a January 1985 graduate of Indiana County Vo-Tech School in the Practical Nursing Program. She is employed by Riverside Markets and Indiana Presbyterian Home. Her husband attended Technician Training School, McKees Rocks, and is employed by Aamco in Indiana. Following a trip to Busch Gardens and Virginia Beach, the couple is residing in Indiana. (Photo by Nocco) Kristan Nicole Little announces the birth of her sister Brianne Beth at 11:05 p.m., May 7,1985, in the Latrobe Area Hospital. Brianne weighed eight pounds, eight ounces and measured 21 inches at birth. Kristan and Briaiine are the daughters of George ar-.d Debbie Little of Penn Run RD. The girls' • grandparents are Charles and Mary Ann Krevel of Heilwood and Elmer and Glenna Little of Penn Run RD. Anna Ratay of Penn Run RD and Henry and Helen Turnbull of West Palm Beach, Fla., are the girls' great-grandparents. GIPSY — Charles Gregory Pearce of Gipsy would like to announce the arrival of a little brother. Travis James, born on May 29.1985. He tipped the scales at five pounds, two ounces and measured 18% inches. The boys' parents are Chuck and Nancy Pearce of Gipsy. Grandparents include Mr. and Mrs. William J. Pearce, Gipsy; and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davidson, Purchase Line. The baby's great-grantparents are Mrs. Cleora Miller, Marathon. Fla.: and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Shank, Marion Center. Candlelight dinner ends club activities HOMER CITY — A candlelight buffet dinner climaxed the 1984-85 year of the Women's Club of Homer City. Eighty members and guests " attended the event held at the home of June Loboda, president. A proposed budget for 1985-86 was approved. The club expects to participate in the Kiwanis Fair in August, and the Red Cross Bloodmobile visit in September. The first regular meeting of the new year is set for Sept. 24. with the place to be announced later. The usual meeting site, the Homer City Fire Hall, is currently undergoing renovations. MR. AND MRS. RICHARD KINTER Kinters wed 35 years MARION CENTER — Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Kinter of Marion Center celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary on May 24. They are the parents of six children: Cynthia and Scott of Indiana; Rick of Chanute, 111.; and Glenn, Deborah and Tammy, all of Marion Center. Six grandchildren complete the family circle. Richard and Betty are planning a tour at a later date. Weight gain in middle age is usually caused by a combination of less physical activity and a failure to cut down on calorie intake. The number of calories consumed at age 25 is no longer needed at age 50. However, since such conditions as hormonal changes and, possibly, undetected diabetes can cause mature weight gain, consult your doctor for tests and diet advice.