The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania on May 20, 1981 · Page 32
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May 20, 1981

The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania · Page 32

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TH6 DAILY N6WS, , Kft*Uffi Urtl6n and §flxt«n, Pa., May 20, 19S1 Of Eltec SAMUEL S. MOLLENKOF JC Grad Is Named Preisdent A Juniata College graduate, •Samuel S. Mollenkof has been named president and chief executive officer of Eltec Instruments, Inc., of Daytona Beach, Fla. The appointment, announced by the board of 'directors, gives Mollenkof full responsibility for all financial, operating and marketing aspects of the corporation. Mollenkof joined Eltec in 1980 as vice president of finance and was then promoted to Executive vice president and chief operating .and financial officer, Mollenkof's appointment coincides with and is part of the corporation's creation of a wholly owned subsidiary, Eltec Research & Consulting, Inc., which will be headed by the Corporation's founder, FredH.Oettek Prior to joining Eltec, Mollenkof was,a financial and business consultant for a variety of American companies. And, prior to that, Mollenkof spent many years in managerial and executive positions with the United States Steel Corporation. . While, working with USS, Mr. Mollenkof's assignments, both domestic and international, involved dealings in steel, cement and ore mining operations. His most recent assignment with USS was as Financial Executive with Amazonia Mineracao — a joint venture of USS and Cia. Vale do Rio Doce, a Brazilian government owned, iron ore exporting company. Commenting on Mollenkof's appointment, Fred H. Oettel, chairman of the board stated, : "We are indeed fortunate to have an individual with demonstrated financial and international expertise at a time with Eltec is experiencing extremely rapid growth." He resides with his wife, Marilyn, and two children, Samuel and Suzanne, in Ormond Beach, Florida. Summer. Program Planned Various activities have been planned lot a' sumrher program for children by the Friends of the Mount Union Branch Library, according to a report given by Librarian Christine Hesser during the regular monthly meeting on May 12. Mrs. Hesser suggested that Friends help with a "sick packet" for yotirtgsters in the Mount Union area, Any donations of children's paperbacks books, Little Golden books, puzzle books, etc., would be appreciated. For additional information, contact Christine' Hesser at the library. . President Ann Gilliland informed the members that Father .Paul Thomas and Darrell C. Shafer donated generous sums of money to the Friends to purchase new books for the Mount Union Branch Library. Their names will be placed on the benefactor plaque in the library. The Friends voted to place a book in the branch library in memory of Christine Hesser's father, Harry Harclerode. * Mrs. Hesser reported that the library instruction classes for the sixth grades of the Mount Union Area School District is near completion. Each student will receive a certificate of recognition for participating in the program. The following officers have been nominated for the coming year: president, Ann Gilliand; vice president, Charlotte Fields; treasurer, Diane Smith; recording secretary, Brenda Clark; corresponding secretary, Cinda Imperioli; publicity, Belle Allen. Those recenlly laken inlo membership are Mrs. Mary Ann Miller and Lola Weyant. President Gilliland ex- lended an invilation to patrons of the Mount Union Branch Library to attend the Friends of the Library meetings held the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the library. Attend and support your library. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and ap- '. proved. Diane Smith, treasurer, gave the financial • report. The president presided during the session. Other members present were Diane Smith, Brenda Clark, Cinda Imperioli,. Christine Hesser and Bette Allen. The Mount Union Branch of the Huntingdon County Library is a participating agency of the Huntingdon County United Way. . Another nice thing about the horse: You don't have to wax the finish four times a year. Are Planted In Sa^toft Area Rbbeft L, Wllltfittis ot Saxtori, & difectbf 6ft the, boafd 6f the Bedfbrd County C6nservatlf>n District, reported today that members of the Saxton Boy Sdout Troop 71 and other interested pet- sons in the Saxton area planted 6,000 pine trees in •neighboring Liberty Township recently. The tree - planting project, which originated in the Saxton area as a Bicentennial project in 1976, Is aimed at reforesting those areas not presently in use for pasture or farming purposes as 'a soil and water conservation project, reported Williams. The following properties were utilized for tree planting this year: Raymond Staple'ton, the Rev. Daniel Brumbaugh, Gene Snyder and Perry Miller. Trees were planted on a total of six acres. To ' date, over 42,000 trees have been planted in the township/Williams remarked. The trees were obtained from the state Department of Environmental Resources's Bureau o£ Forestry, This year's tree - planting project was conducted between April 16-23. Nostalgia is remembering those hay rides under a harvest moon and forgetting the hay down the back of your shirt. •amiiyraci • Recloseable seal V Thicker, more durable than most other storage bags. • Perfect tor foods, fresh or frozen, liquid or dry. STORE COUPON This coupon worth 250 towards the purchase of ANY SIZE Ziploc Storage Bags in the New family Pack. SAVE 25 TO MAUR: Trill coupon will bo redeemed lor lace value plus 7( handling provided terms ol oiler have been complied with Any other application eontlltutes Iriud. 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