The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania on May 22, 1981 · Page 10
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May 22, 1981

The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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PAGE 16 - THE DAILY NEWS, Hunflngddn, Mflimt Urtfon and Saxtefl, Po., AAoy22, Area Graduates DINA RAINS DR. STEPHEN MITCHELL GRADUATE — Correna Putt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Putt of Round Knob, has graduated from Altoona Beauty School of Hair Design and Cosmetology. She is a 1979 graduate of Tussey Mountain High School. NJUftSlNG MAJOR - Dlna B. Rains, daughter of Hyona and Lewis Raids of Huntingdon, received a bachelor of science degree recently during commencement exercises for the Wilkes College Class of 1981. As a nutslrtg major, Miss Rains, was one of over 300 graduates from the Wilkes - Barre College, the Hon. A. Leon Higginbotham Jr., circuit judge of the United States Court of Appeals (third circuit) in Philadelphia, presented the commencement address. Miss Rains was a member of the Nursing Student Organization and also the Wilkes College Honor Society of Nursing. GRADUATE NURSE Earlene K. Ergler of Blackleg Valley, ' Orbisonia, was graduated from the Lancaster General Hospital School of Nursing, during the seventy seventh graduation exercise on Sunday, May 17. The ceremony was held in Hensel Hall at Franklin and Marshall College, where Ms. Jo - Ann Bryson, R.N., M.S.N., director of the s,cho61 of nursing at Bethesda Hospital, . ,spoke. Earlene is the daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Donald J. Ergler of Blackleg Valley. She will be entering Millersville State College in the fall to further her education in the nursing field. Earlene is a graduate of Southern Huntingdon County High School. i EARLENE ERGLER DR. STEPHEN G. MITCHELL, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mitchell of 2504 Shadyside Ave., Huntingdon, was graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Dental Medicine. Commencement was held on May 10, at Carnegie Music Hall at 1 p.m. for ap- proxiinately 123 students. Stephen was graduated in 1974 from Huntingdon Area High School and received his bachelor of science degree in 1977 from the University of Pittsburgh. He will be continuing his career by doing graduate training in general practice at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. CORRENAPUTT RECEIVES DEGREE - J. Patrick Hurley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hurley of Mounted Route, Cold Springs Road, Huntingdon, was graduated from York College of Pennsylvania during ceremonies at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 16, at the college. Hurley earned a bachelor of science degree in police science. J. PATRICK HURLEY Calendar Friday, May 22 Testing pressure canners will uke place in Ihe extension meeting room Portland Avenue Complex, Huntingdon from 10a.m. to2p.m. Saturday, May 23 Alcoholics Anonymous and Al • Anon will meet at 8 p.m. in the United Presbyterian Church, Shirley and Division Sis.. Mount Union. Sunday, May 24 Thousand Hills Hikers will meet at 2 p.m. at the usual parking place on the Alexandria Pike for a jaunl on Warrior Ridge. Monday, Msy 25 Ladles Auxiliary to Ma.'klesburg Fire Company will meet In the fire barn at 7:«ip.m. Shavers Creek Grange No. 353 will bold an open program in the Shavers Creek Community Building at 8 p.m. Recognition of non • grange community cllUens. TOPS Pa No- 137 will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the recreation room of Ihe Crawford Apartments. Aicphpllcs Anonymous and Al • Anon will meet 8 t 8 p.m. In SI. James Lutheran Church, Huntingdon. newcomers' mseUn* scheduled at 7-30 p.m. for aJU who are UUefeslsd U> liflduii out Uj# basics of the 41 • Anon program. Tuesday, May 26 Standing Stone Homemakers will meet In the Crawford Apis., Huntingdon, at 11 a.m. Bring bag lunch. AAUW international relations study group will meet at 2 p.m. In the home o( Ruth Kunz, Alexandria. Grangers From Trough Creek Meet Members of Trough «CreeK Grange No. 444 held a monthly meeting Tuesday, May 12, .in the grange hall. Worthy master, Brenda Jones, led the meeting. During the meeting, the presentation of two ?5 r year pins and certificates were made to members, Airs. Ada Hess and pheasant. These were presented by Chester Grissinger. cTil Society and Club News Officer Are Elected imists Tour Two Sites A socil bjoir was, refreshments yerg smej Grange meetings are jhj? secftNl f ue?w Ql month in the grangf WU. Soroptlmlsts -International. 6f Huntlngdbn County held their regular monthly meeting May 18, at which time they toured and met In two of the older buildings of interest In Huntingdon. Also at the same meeting, officers for the next year were selected. Members first toured the Stone Creek Chapel, which now is the home of the Epiphany of Our Lord Orthodox Church. The tour guide for the evening was Linda Hoenstine, a member of the church. Mrs. Hoenstine was most enthusiastic in her narrative. She began by first telling of the history of the building as a place provided by Miss Anna Fisher and her concern for the religious growth of children in the late 1800's. Continuing with the restoration of the building background, Mrs. Hoenstine explained many of the traditions of the Orthodox Church and the adjustments that are made to fit the accommodations of the building. Following her talk, members of the Soroptimist Club asked questions and - toured the building to see the great work which has been done by the members of the church with aid from the community and other churches who were anxious to get involved in the project. Mrs. Hoenstine invited those present to attend worship, commenting that since the priest must travel from Johnstown service times vary each week. All present found the presentation most interesting, r, Moving to the Alumni House at Juniata College, the former Sam Gehrett home on Mifflin Street, the Soroptimists had dessert and held their business meeting. President Jane Mills called the meeting to order. Reports were heard from the secretary, treasurer and chairmen of various committees. Beulah Isett, chairman of service, reported on the bingo party at the extended care unit and the Easter party at the Shirley Blue Juniata Auxiliary Has Session President Louise Wagner presided during the regular monthly meeting of the Auxiliary to Blue Juniata Post 5754, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Mount Union, held on Monday, May 11, in the VFW Club. The session opened in ritual form. Arrangements were made for a visit to the Altoona Veterans Administration Hospital to visit the ill veterans from this area. Preparations were made for the participation in the Memorial Day parade on Monday, May 25, in Mount Union. The president urged all members to help with the sale of the veteran poppy. The officers for the 1981 - 82 term were installed in an impressive ceremony conducted by Peggy Fagert, installing officer. Correspondence was read and reports of the treasurer and secretary were accepted by the group. The next meeting will be held June 8, at 8 p.m. at the post home when the new officers will take over their duties. Following the transaction of all business, everyone enjoyed a covered dish supper which included a variety of taste tempting foods. A pleasant social hour followed. Those present were Louise Wagner, Sue Drake, Bernie Fazenbaker, Iva Gutshali, Betty Price, Mary Pratt, Clarabelle Balr, Hilda Miller, Ann Gerholt and Peg Fagert. Eugene Putt Jr. Has 3rd Birthday A birthday party was held Saturday, May 9, aVthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Putt Sr. of Round Knob, in honor of theH* sftn, Eugene Jr., who, was three. i Those attending included his paternal grandparents, George and Blanche Putt, and aunt, Shirley Putt, and daughter, Christian, of Sexton; aunt,- Irene Sprowl and daughters Lynette and Nicole, of McConnellsburg; cousin, Brandy TerrUo, of Robertsdale, Those wbo could, not attend tali seat gifts were Mr. and Mrs. Robert s, FJgar<|, Mr. ao4 Mrs. Dean F. Putt Sr. of Round Knob. Home for the Aged. Karen Orr, youth chairman, reporte'd that winners have been determined for the VCA and outstanding senior at Huntingdon Area High School. Candidates are being reviewed for winners o,f the Kathryn Oakman scholarships at Huntingdon and Juniata Valley High Schools. These awards will be made at the awards days at the schools. Geneva Mclntyre, chairman of ways and means, stated that the budget for the year has been surpassed as a result of the'bake sale held recently. She encouraged members to begin planning for projects for the Christmas bazaar in the fall. Frances Bair and Judy Gutshali reported .on the regional conference held this past weekend in Philadelphia. Both encouraged others to attend future conferences to become m'ore aware of Soroptimism around the district and region. The conference in 1982 will be held in Harrisburg. Other members who also attended were Vera Robb, Peggy Hall, Ann Zauztg, Jane Mills and Virginia Mcllroy. . A contribution will be sent to the Federation Foundation funds. Concluding the business session, officers for 1981 - 82 were elected as follows: Jane Mills, president; Janet King, vice president; Linda Zauzig, recording secretary; Jane McCall Kensinger, corresponding secretary; Judy Getic, assistant treasurer and Frances Bair, treasurer for one - year terms. Elected to two - year terms were Judy Getic, delegate, and Milda Kyper, director. Continuing the completion of terms are Karen Orr and Virginia Mcllroy, directors, and Judy Gutshali, delegate. In closing, Jane Mills encouraged members to participate in the 6pen house for prospective members on June l. The meeting closed with the Soroptimist pledge and a tour of the Alumni House, led by David Kreider, director of alumni at Juniata College. Members were reminded of the June 22, meeting at Huntingdon Motor Inn, when the officers will be installed and winners of the youth awards will be presented. Happy Birthday HI! MY NAME IS Amanda Leigh Demey and I am two years old today. My mommy is Marge Demey of Huntingdon and my daddy is Barry Demey of Camp Hill. My maternal grandmother Is Gladys Lewis of Huntingdon. My paternal grandmother is Irene Hoffman of Harrisburg. PAUL COFFMAN III Paul Coffman Honored On llth Birthday Paul Blair Coffman. Ill marked his eleventh birthday on Saturday, May 16, with a party held on Saturday afternoon at his home, Paul's school and baseball team friends helped him celebrate with the time spent mostly in the playing of baseball. His birthday cake, decorated by his mother, was a miniature green baseball field with the ball players in orange and white, the colors of the Rockhill Little League Team- Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blair Coffman Jr. of* Three Springs R.D. 2. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs- Paul B. Coffman Sr. of Mount Union and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Waite of Orbisonia R.D. Great - grandparents are Hazel Waite of Rockhill, Hazel Stapleton of Mount Union and Irvin Lamberson of Maple ton Depot. Paul is in the fifth grade and plays baseball for the Rockhill Little League team. He is also a member of the Southern Huntingdon Elementary wrestling team where he placed first in the district competition, then advanced to second place in the Western Regional which gave him the opportunity to participate in the AAV state competition in his weight class. Childbirth Classes Host Party Since the Childbirth Education Associaton of Huntingdon began its classes in October 1980, CEA - trained instructor Susan Chase has presented relaxation and breathing techniques and has explained the process of labor and delivery to almost 25 women and their partners. Couples completing the seven - week course, ending May 13, showed their appreciation for her excellent preparation through a party. Mrs. Chase, who is also expecting a child was showered with a hooded baby towel, a visual teaching "aid" for future classes, chrysanthemums and cake decorated with babies and rattles. Those participating in the festivities were: Mrs. Chase, Pat and Karen DelBaggio, Pam and Paul Wehrman, Debbie and Doug Glazier, Kody and Cindy Mansberger, Dennis and Betty Stoltz, Jim and Sharon Bookhamer, Nancy and Bill Shelow and Sally Hess and her coach, all members of the class. Also attending were: Millie Lightner from the La Leche League, who offered help for getting started at breastfeeding and tried to obliterate the conception of La Leche League as a radical group; Karen Geiser, head nurse in newborn nursery at J. C. Blair Memorial Hospital, who presented information about the characteristics and adaptations of new borns and nursery care routine at the hospital, and Cindy Lane, a new mother who is also a nurse, who answered questions on coping with postpartum physiological and emotional reactions! All past graduates of the childbirth classes plan to get together with their hew families at a picnic this summer. Couples concerned about providing the best possible Birth experience for themselves and their babies are encouraged to call 643-159,0 or 643-4045 for more information about classes which begin bi monthly. The next series begins June 3. SUSAN RENEE COOK is celebrating her fifth birthday today. She is a daughter of Mike and Kathy Cook of Alexandria R.D. 1. Paternal grandparents are Jack and Jane Cook of Shelton Ave., Alexandria, and maternal grandparents are Glenn and Dorothy Weikert of Huntingdon R.D. 4. Great grandparents are Mrs. W. Emmert Swigart of 1810 Mifflin St., Huntingdon, and Mrs. Elizabeth Cook of Alexandria. Her family, friends and brother, Christopher, will help her. celebrate. Happy Birthday, Susan! TO BECOME Raymond E. and Mary Shope of. Star Route, Huntingdon, are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jebra Jean, to Jamey Joe Miller- son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Engle of The bride - to - be is a graduate, of Huntingdon Area High School. Mr. Miller was graduated from WUUarosburg Area High School in I960. The wedding will lake place THIS CUTE LITTLE boy is Derek James Perrin, son of Dennis and; Bonnie,Perrin of Saxton,,'Derek is celebrating his second birthday today, May 22. His proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs: Enos L. Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. William M. Perrin, all of Saxton. Derek has a great grandmother, Mrs. Edna Black of Everett. A party will be held in his honor on Sunday, May 24. 54 Churchwomen Attend Banquet THIS DARLING little boy is Todd Alan Patterson and he is three years old today, May 22. He is the son of Judith Patterson of Huntingdon and Robert J. Patterson of Alexandria. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Percy McNally of Roaring Spring. Paternal grandparents are Robert C. Patterson of Alexandria and the late Donna Jean Patterson. Cake and ice cream will be served in Todd's honor this evening. May B, m\ Susan Renee Cook, daughter of Mike and Kathy Cook of Alexandria R.D. 1, is five today. Derek James Perrin, son of Dennis and Bonnie Perrin of Saxton, is two years old. Amanda Leigh Demey, daughter of Marge Demey of Huntingdon and Barry Demey of Camp Hill, is two years old. Todd Alan Patterson, son of Judith Patterson of Huntingdon and Robert J. Patterson of Alexandria, Is three years old. Ronald Edward Port, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Port of Alexandria, is eleven today. Anniversaries Approximately 54 persons attended the annual mother daughter banquet of the Grace Welch Sunday School Class of the United Presbyterian Chufch of Mount Union on Monday, May 11, at the Newton • Wayne Fire company community building in Newton Hamilton. ' President Teresa Westover welcomed the group and asked for the invocation by the teacher. The class and guests enjoyed a delicious full course turkey dinner. After the meal, the program was turned over to Pauline Bellinger. She read, How Mother's Day Began. A poem entitled, Mothers, was read by Mrs. Jean Lamberson. An amusing poem, Grandma's Lost Her Spark, dedicated to .the grandmothers, was read by Mrs. Betty Sipes who was dressed like a grammie. iThe highlight for the evening and a surprise to everyone was the appearance of a trio. The Ladles of Lyric, who delightfully entertained the group. The trio consisted of Mount Union firefighters, Roy Whitsel, Eugene Morgan and Herb Rosensteel, beautifully attired in green dresses adorned with large red bows. Jeanne Hicks Is Hostess To Beta Sigma Phi The April meeting of the new Ritual of the Jewels Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in Mount Union was held in the home of Jeanne Hicks of Mount Union. There were seven members in attendance. Minutes were read and approved.The financial report was presented. The reservations for Founders Day were to be given to Jeanne Hicks. The celebration of Beta Sigma Phi Week April 26 through May was discussed. Both chapters in Mount Union will participate in decorating the former Saxe's Men .Store window to show what sorority is and does. Pat Fortson will be writing articles for The Daily News. It was reported the paper dirve being conducted has reached the three-fourths mark. Plans were made for a spring dance tor May 9 at the Mount Union Country Glub.^ The group was told when the ritual ceremony is held, that Deb Perrin and Sue Hern-' cane of Mu Beta In Huntingdon, have expressed an interest in being present since they were responsible for starting Phi Epsilon Pi Sorority. The birthday gift brought by Melissa Daughenbaugh, was won by Carol Jackson. Tasty .refreshments were served by Jeanne. Hicks to Deborah Lynn, Pat Fortson, Carol Jackson, Nanette Walker, Carol Dietz, Melissa Daughenbaugh and Dorthea Bumgardner. Col. Terry Weyant Gets Service Medal Col. Terry P. Weyant, son of Lola P. Weyant of 16 S. Jefferson St., Mount Union, has been decorated with a third award of the Meritorious Service Medal at Hickman Air Force Base, Hawaii. The Meritorious Service Medal is awarded specifically for outstanding ,non - combat meritorious achievement or service to the United States. Weyant, the director of Logistics Plans at Hickman, received a master's degree in 1970 from Central Missouri State University at Warrensburg. His wife, Jacqueline, is the daughter of Mary C. Fahrney of 4015 Jonestown Rd., Harrisburg. Their selections included, Tennessee Waltz, Three Little Fishes and Down In the Valley, with Roy as soloist. The class extended sincere thanks to this trio for its fine performance. Miss Belle Meilott was in charge of the list for deceased mothers. The centerpiece on the main table was In their honor. A class member, Mabel Wharton, whose mother is deceased, was the winner of the centerpiece. Class m'embers having mothers who are deceased, include Mrs. Verna Barben, Mrs. Mabel Wharton, Mrs. Mary Everett, Mrs. Jean Lamberson, Mrs. Evelyn Yocum, Mrs.'Anna Booher, Mrs. Emma Hellar, Mrs. Maude Booher, Mrs. Helen Spital, Mrs. Nancy Walker, Mrs. Florence Leaman, Mrs. Pauline Bellinger, Mrs. Bette Grissinger, Mrs. Josephine Fortney, Mrs. Violet Peterson and Miss Belle Meilott. A mother of the evening was another feature of the banquet program. All the names of the class members were put into a bag and the lucky mother whose name was drawn was Mrs. Betty Sipes. Mrs. Bellinger placed a crown on Betty and draped her shoulders with a beautiful green cape. She also presented the "Mother of the Evening" with a nosegay of pastel silk flowers. A card was signed by everyone present to be sent to a class member, Violet Peterson, who moved from the area. The group sang Happy Birthday to the following: the Rev. Elaine Africa, Agness Koehler, Pauline Bollinger and Evelyn Yocum. Mrs. Bollinger introduced the officers of the class: teacher, Agness Koehler; president, Teresa Westover; vice president, Cheryl Briggs; secretary, Betty Sipes; treasurer, Louise Parks; assistant treasurer, Belle Meilott; and minister of the church, the Rev. Elaine Africa who introduced her mother, Carolyn Peck from New York. As each one stood, Pauline Bollinger told an amusing joke. The tables were adorned with white milk glass bud vases containing a pink silk' rosebud and baby's - breath. These were given as door prizes to the following: Mrs. Evelyn Yocum, Mrs. .Verna Barben, Mrs. Delores Mickey;/ Mrs. Florence Leaman, Mrs. Louise Parks, Mrs. Anna , Booher, Mrs. Emma Hellar, Mrs. Jean Lamberson, Mrs. Cheryl Briggs, Mrs. Joan Myers, Mrs. Teresa Westover and Miss Belle Meilott. Favors at each place setting were floppy hats made of material and decorated various ways with ribbon, beads, buttons, rick - rack and flowers. These were made over a pill cup. The committees responsible for this delightful evening of fun and fellowship were: social, Mrs. Betty Sipes and Mrs. Brenda Clark; entertainment, Mrs. Bollinger and Mrs. Betty Sipes. The affair closed with everyone singing, Blest Be the Tie That Binds. New Recreation Board To Meet The Mount Union Recreation Board will meet on Tuesday, May 26, at 6:45 p.m. in the second floor meeting room of the Municipal Building. Newly elected president, the Rev. Elaine Africa, will preside. She urges board members to attend. OFFICE GROUCH The ottice grouch deserves our pity-he's a guy who's sized himself up and gol sore about it May 22,1981 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Estep of 124 W. ftJUford St., Mount Union, are celebrating their fifth wedding anjBlverssry today. Bedding Plants A Large Selection Of Quality Plants QC* "w ptrdo»*n $ 4 00 „ *i tVV p«rflat or 6 Doien Of One Variety Geraniums., , $ 1.00Each Hanging Boiket* M.QQfetb . COUNTY LINE GREENHOUSE All*n»vlllt, PQ.

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