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Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, May 23, 1981
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PAGE tO - THE DAILY NEWS, Hunflrtflden, Moun* UnfflH and faritit, Ptt, ( May 23,1981 Society GIRL SCOUTS FROM THE five Alexandria troops participated in a court of awards and fly > up ceremony last week at the Juniata Valley Elementary School. In the front row left to right are: juniors - Kelly Holland, Michelle Watson and Michelle Reihart. Second row: junior scouts Janelle Pheasant, Brenda Smith, Toni Roland and Penni McCrum. Third row; senior scouts Gina Porter, Johanna Rodsvik, Diane Sinclair and Cadette Carol Walker. Missing were Senior Scout Linda Grove and Cadette Tammy Lane. Court Of Awards Held By Alexandria Scouts Five Alexandria Girl Scout Troops held their annual court; of awards and fly - up ceremonies Wednesday, May 20. The event was held in the all - purpose room of the Juniata Valley Elementary School. The program began with a flag presentation with representatives from • each troop. Polly McMullin was spokesperson for the group of about 90 girls and adults. Brownie Troop No."3 was first on the program. Members presented a skit about The Farmer Growing His Seeds. The girls were given their patches and membership stars and fly - up Brownies received their wings. Mrs. Dora McCrum, leader, introduced her assistants, Mrs. Francine Davis and Mrs. Inez Howe. Thanks was given to parents who helped with a successful year. Brownies who will be Junior age next year are Tricia Ormsby, Julie Brown, Jennifer Klester, Gretchen Colbert, Sandy Howe, Dawn Miller, Denise Miller, Dawn Isenberg, Linda Hoffman, Heidi Rupert, Christa Holland, Michelle McCrum, Candy Shope arid Carrie 'Miller. Other members of Troop 3 are: Cassandra Barner, Katrine Barner, Michelle Broadbent, Kristin Colbert, Apryl Davis, Jennifer Evans, Alison Germann, Natasha Galloway, Leigh Ellen Irion, Amy Mantz, Bonnie Mantz, Snowmobile Club Makes Parade Float The Stone Valley Snobirds Snowmobile Club met recently' at the Oneida Township Municipal building. At this time plans were finalized for entering a float in the Memorial Day parade at Belleville. The theme will deal with the national tradition. Members met to work on the float May 16, at the home of Joyce Koch's mother at McAlevys Fort. President Harold Hilling opened the meeting and reports were given by the secretary, Mary Wagner, and the treasurer, Ron Wagner. Frances Walters reported the success of the bowling excursion held at the Ar- menora Lanes in State College in April. Dean Headings donated prizes for the high scorer? of the evening. Liz and Hal Conrad and Ron Wagner were top scorers in the adult division. Junior winner was D. Weaver. Twenty - five members attended the affair. A charitable softball game will be played in the near future. Money will be donated to a local Hre company. This will be § pilot event so public response will be greatly appreciated. Mere details will be fu.rnisb.e4 at 3 later date, Future activities wlU be a picnic at Raystown, a corn boil, ebte&n barbecue, baseball game p4 » bj4- l®lDiOfl game- Shelly Ruffner and Virginia Reed. Junior Troop No. 2 with Mrs. Barb Green as leader thanked her assistant leaders, Mrs. Sharon Hawn and Mrs. Vickie Hoover,-and also her sister, Mrs. Gail Goodman, who was unable to be present. Their scouts presented a skit called the Mighty Midgets with songs and Props. Mrs. Green gave badges and membership stars to Terri Smith, Brenda Smith, Dawn Smith, Traci Grazier, Heather Grazier, Angela Hollingshead, Laurie Hawn, Brenda Hostler, Holly Porter, Melanie Payne, Michelle Watson, Kelly Holland, M.ichelle Reihart, Debbie Frye and Margie Patterson. Junior Troop No. 128 held a fashion show with garments they made themselves while working towards their sewing badges. Vests, swimsuits, blouses and skirts were seen on the scouts. The girls also found time to work on several other badges which they received from their leaders, Mrs. Darlene Miller, Mrs. Sharon Mitchell and Mrs. Fran Green.. Mrs. Claire Bailey also assisted the troop this year with many extras. Those members present were-. Penni McCrum, Janelle Pheasant, Tobi Roland, Lori Roland, Kim Mitchell.Doris Carolus, Mariann Llllibridge, Deanne Miller, Diane Bailey, Tammy Green, Deana Port, Wendy Smith, Laura Frantz, Snawnee Bowley, Jeannie Hoffman, Gretchen Frye, Maylin Pheasant, Lori Foster, Dana Davis, Heather Eyerly and Sandy Wertz. Girls eligible for Cadettes next year are Michelle Watson, Michelle Reihart, Kelly Holland, Brenda Smith, Penni- McCrum, Janelle Pheasant and Tobi Roland. Cadette Troop No. 1 was next on the program with badge presentations. This troop also presented the can- dlelighting part 01 the fly - up ceremony with the juniors. Leaders, Mrs. Karen Thatcher and Mrs. Donna Hostler, thanked their financial helper, Mrs. Mary Jean Walker, and parent helper, Mrs. Joanne Ruffner. Members present were: Carol Walker, and Tammy Lane, who will be senior scout age next year, and Krista Grandlund, Kim Foster, Jenny Richardson, Donna J. Hostler and Wendy Ruffner. Other members- include Cheryl Heck, Wendy Brown, Jeanette Claycomb and Tammy Knode. Polly McMullin, leader of Senior Troop No. 135, presented her members with new Girl Scout pins and membership numerals- She also recognized Johanna Rodsvik for her outstanding work with area troops and school classes. Johanna was an AFS student this year from Norway and was a welcome part of the community. Also recognised were _ ^embers, Gina Porter, Linda Grove, and Diane Sinclair, who graduate from high school tnis year- Gina and Ljnja wen| through tlxe whole scout program and pipe is a ninth * year scout. Mrs. praised them for their contributions and the girls presented her with a gift and sentiments. Phyllis Halvorsen is als'o a member of their troop. Leaders were recognized for the years in girl scouting and everyone joined in fellowship with refreshments of cookies and drink. That's M'Brother! Churchwomen Have Banquet A mother - daughter dinner was held recently at Zion Lutheran Church, Petersburg. 1 A full course swiss Steak dinner was prepared and served by several men of the congregation, Andy Domovich, Dean Qfove, Pete Harman, Doyle Irion, Jack Yarnell and Pastor Richard 'Sauerlender to 71 guests. As the mothers and daughters arrived, names of ifamous women were pinned on their backs and during the course of the evening each one was to try to guests the names by asking questions. Following the meal, Mrs, Geraldine Rupert presented a program which Included Scripture and prayer, several poems and readings, group singing, a solo by Sue Irion and several games. At the end of the program, drawings were held for the potted marigolds on the tables. Those present were: Pauline Lightner, Naomi Brumbaugh, Freda Burkey, Cathy Taylor and Lacey, .Peggy Parsons, Wanda Lightner, Dorothy Halvorsen, Marge and Kim Lightner, Mertie Port, Rachel Port, Marian Gates, Emma Hurley, Diane Bowser, Nancy Hurley, Janice, See and LeeEllen Irion, Geraldine Rupert, Terry Rupert, Tina and Leslie Campbell. Also: Katherine Piper, Shirley Hicks, Debbie and Susie Rupert, Trudy, Jody and Kelly Baney, Marian Longenecker, DeAnn Longenecker, Jean Baney, Sarah Bishop, Ethel Metz, Shelby and Heather Metz, Lynette and Michele Metz, Hazel Guisler, Joy, Gretchen, Emily and Stephanie Guisler, Hazel Huling, Mona Ayers, Marian Hamor, Sandy and Sherry Huling, Madaline \Harman, Peggy Harman, Dorothy Dunlap, Leann Deline, Beverly Domovich, Barbara Ormsby, Kathy Lightner, Anna Margaret and Norma Piper, Ann and Erica Yarnell, Ann Piper, Jenny Tannis, Byrde Hawn, Frances Hawn, Maud Medling, Mary Yoder, Betty Grove, Lucille Gardner, Jane.Dixon, Mary Myers and Martha Whitesel, The byline was inadvertently omitted -from the story on Philip Silvey's being named to the Governor's School for the Arts at Bucknell this summer. It appeared on the School News page yesterday and should have read "By David Silvey." Anniversaries May 24,1981 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stephens of 1306 Mifflin St., Huntingdon, are celebrating their '40th wedding anniversary today. Area Graduates Kevin Philbrook Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philbrook W. Smith of Huntingdon, was awarded a bachelor of arts degree in anthropology by Harverford College on May 18. One of 238 who received degrees at Harverford's 143rd commencement, Smith is a graduate of Huntingdon Area High School. Two Huntingdon area residents were among 562 students who received bachelor's degrees at the spring commencement of Millersville State College May 16. They are Kathy D'Ann Clippinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clippinger, Three Springs R. D. 2, French major, and Patricia Love, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bard of Newton .Hamilton, elementary education major. Miss Love currently resides at Mount Union R. D. 1. Second Lt. Robert L. Banks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil D. Banks of Huntingdon R. D. 4, recently completed a signal officer basic course at the U. S. Army Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga. Students received instruction in military leadership and tactics, tactical and radio communications systems and communications center operations. Mary C. Ciccaglione of Mount Union received the departmental award in German on Sunday, May 10, at Franklin and Marshall College's annual awards day ceremonies in Hensel Hall. ' The departmental award in German is presented to the student showing exceptional leadership and academic excellence. The awards were presented to the students by President Keith Spalding. Ciccaglione, a senior German * accounting major, is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Sam Ciccaglione, 317 S. Division St., Mount Union. She is H977 graduate of Mount Union Area High School. Degrees were awarded to 497 students during commencement exercises May 16, at Kutztown State College. Included among the graduates was a Huntingdon Countian, Lisa R. Houck of Star Route, Robertsdale, Lisa received a bachelor of science degree in art education. Dr. Lawrence M. Stratum, Kutztown president, conferred degrees and candidates were presented by Dr. Robert J. Wittman, vice president for academic affairs, Beth Fortney, a senior biology major at Gettysburg College, has been elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Society. This honor is given In recognition of scholarship, characer, love of learning and consideration of promise-of achievement. Miss Fortney is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs- Clarence Fort' ney of Crestwood Estates, Huntingdon R. p. 1. She is g 1977 graduate of Huntingdon Area High School. •r? "re» «j*< *fH» '^ - / Cynthia L. Morgan has graduated from York College of Pen^ nsylvania with a bachelor of science degree to elementary education in ceremonies at 10; 30 a.m. Saturday, May 16, at we college. , . Shj te ttwi daughter Ql Mr. and Mrs. PndI Morgan bisooiawd § a graduate of SouU)ern Huntingdon Countj School She is a member of the Student Education Asapcl it§ elastic storo- ' can swallow 9 iff Held At Center the cloudy weather 6n .Saturday, May 16, was overshadowed by the sunny spirits of alt who were present for the open house festivities at the Bfoad Top Area Senior Citizens' center, Saxtofi. The beautiful decorations with arts and crafts displayed throughout the •room was a fitting setting for the crowning of the king and queen, Paul Stewart, master of ceremonies, extended a warm welcome to all in a most capable manner and the Rev. Robert Gehlbach offered the invocation- for .the 1 opening Ceremonies. The senior citizens' chorus, directed by Edward Orestuk, sang three stirring selections. This was to have been followed by a duet by Ed Orestuk and Hazel Markley, but due to the illness of Mrs, Markley, Mr, Orestuk sang a solo, Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life, accompanied by Helen Gracey: The Saxton ' United Methodist Choir, directed by Janice Stoudnour, beautifully sang three selections, Give Them All to Jesus, Let There Be Love and You'll Never Walk Alone. The king and queen of the past year, Carl 'Bradley and Mabel Fluke, relinquished their throne to the newly • chosen king, Edward Orestuck, and queen, Alma Fouse, who were escorted to the- throne and crowned by Edna Weaverling and Nellie Brown. The cake • cutting ceremony by the new king and queen was next on the program. This was followed by two vocal solos by Sally Giornesto, who sang Getting to Know You from the King ,and I, On the Street Where You Live from My Fair Lady. In concluding the afternoon session, all joined in singing God Bless America, followed by the benediction by Father Jim Dutko of St. Michael's Orthodox Church, Wood. The evening session began at 7 o'clock when students from Connie Black's school of dancing delighted their audience with a half - hour's performance which received rousing apppause. This was followed by an instrumental trio, Edward Orestuk, violin, Theodore Dodson, piano, and Bonnie Jenkins, drums, which kept spirits high with their lively rendition of ever- popular tunes. This inspired dancing and singing by the group. Door prizes were awarded during the afternoon and evening. The last prize of $25 was received by Wilda Socratina. The youngest in attendance at the event was Sandra Kay Donaldson, the four • week old daughter of William and Betty Kay Fluke. Helen Baughman, general chairperson for the open house, thanked all who served on committees, which Included her co - chairperson, Hazel Markley; master of ceremonies, Paul Stewart; decorations, Paul and Ruth Stewart, and Ned Hollingshead; greeters and • favors, Mae Hess, Walter Nufranick, president of the center, and his wife, Martha, Dorothy Kelley, Paul and Ruth Stewart, Paul and Viola Mountain, Grace Donaldson and Faith Elder. Also: refreshments, Walter Nufranick, Pauline Hess and Frances Russell; publicity, Helen Gracey and Faith Elder; king and queen escorts, Edna Weaverling and Nellie Brown; arts and crafts displays, Martha Nufranick, Isabella Bowser, Drexel Black, Mae Hess and Miriam Moore; solicitation of gifts for door prizes, Edna Morningstar; programs and program committee, chairman, Ed Orestuk, Doris Kirchoff, Hazel Markley, Helen Gracey, Pauline Troutman and Kay Parks. A special thanks goes to ail area businesses for their contributions of gifts and to the Saxton Bottling Company (or the soft drinks provided and to all the women who furnished cookies. Charles Bets Jr. Finishes Training PV|. I Chjrles H. Petz Jr., son of Charles H. Bet; Sr. of 73? N. Brice St., AUentown, and Rose Toroecsek of 103 S. Twelfth St, Huntingdon, recently completed training as a military policeman under the One Station Unit Training Program at Fw! mbiue with advanced Happy Birthday f , HI I MY NAME! IS James Robert Smith and everyone knows me as J.R. 1 am celebrating my fourth birthday today, May 23. My parents are James Jr. and Dawn Smith of Neelyton. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Smith Sr. of Neelyton. I also have a great grandmother, Ruth Hower of East Waterford R.D. A special party is being held today to celebrate this special occasion. CELEBRATING HER sixth birthday on Sunday, May 24, is this darling girl, Alison Me- Cardie. She is the daughter of Richard and Loree McCardle of Hill Valley, Mount Union R.D. Alison is the granddaughter of Verna McCardle of Mount Union and the |ate Archie McCardle and Chester and Shirley Booher of Three Springs. Alison is the reigning Little Princess for the twin boroughs of Orbisonia Rockhill. A surprise birthday party will be held tonight in Alison's honor. Happy Birthday, Alison! BIRTHDAY WISHES Justin Daniel Price will be two tomorrow, May 24. He is a son of Tim and Linda Price of Huntingdon R.D. 1. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Price Sr. of Huntingdon R.D. 1 and Hazel B. Grening of Alexandria R.D. 1. ' Cake and ice cream will be served in his honor on Sunday. BIRTHDAY WISHES ARE extended to this handsome young fellow, Clinton Paul Huntsman Jr., who is celebrating his ninth birthday today, May 23. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Huntsman of Mount Union R.D. Clinton attends the Shirley Township Elementary School and is in the third grade. His brother, Edward, and sister, Jeanette, will help " him celebrate the event. Cake and ice cream will be served in Clinton's honor. HAPPY BIRTHDAY -, Travis Matthew Peters is celebrating bis second birthday today, May 23. He is the son of Vernney and Judy peters oJ Huntingdon R.P. 3- His grandparents are Fred and Mary Culbertson and Bob and Qert Peters, both of Huntingdon R.D. 2. His great grandmother is Mrs. Emma Culberjtson, also ol Huntingdon R.D. 2. Helping Travis celebrate hie second birthday will be his brother, Rod. Pake and ic« e.reiaj will be served Top many pepple vyork * nd save 1H their lives tQ buy thing* mat only ' THIS HANDSOME ntti.e boy is Kevin Dale Hoffman, who is five,years old today. His proud parents are Dale and Mary Hoffman of Smithfield. Proud grandparents are Don and Evelyn Barber of Smithfield and Rex and Arlene Hoffman of Pogue. Kevin's proud great - grandfather is Ralph Murphy. Kevin had a very special birthday party last Sunday, May 17, with his family and relatives. Happy Birthday, Kevin! HI! MY NAME IS Harry Russler and I will be three years old on Sunday, May 24. Pictured with me is my sister. Tammy. Our parents are Mr. and Mrs. James Russler of Petersburg R.D. 1. Grandparents are Mrs. Anna Fisher and Br.uce Cities of Huntingdon arid Mr. and Mrs. Harry Russler of Petersburg R.D. 1. Harry also has a great - grandmother, Sarah Garner of Huntingdon. A cook - out is planned with the serving of cake and ice cream. Happy Birthday, Harry! May 23,1981 James Robert Smith, son of James Jr. and Dawn Smith of Neelyton, is four years old today. Charles Jerome Wilson, son of Dee Wilson of Huntingdon and Patricia Wilson of Donation, is Seven today. Kevin Dale Hoffman, son of Dale and Mary Hoffman of Smithfield, is five years old. Travis Matthew Peters, son of Vernney and Judy Peters of Huntingdon R.D. 2, is two years old. Clinton Paul Huntsman Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Huntsman of Mount Union R.D., is nine years old today. Randy Oeffner, Huntingdon. May 24,1981 Justin Daniel Price, son of Tim and Linda Price of Huntingdon R.D. 1, is two years old. Harry Russler, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Russler of Petersburg R,D. 1, is three years old. Alison McCardle, daughter of Richard and Loree McCardle of Hill Valley, Mount Union, is six years old. Betty Beck, 923 Mifflin St., Huntingdon. Apryl Dawn Kane, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Lynn Kane of Lock Haven, formerly of Huntingdon, is thirteen today. Gary Gene Harbst Sr., Star Route, Huntingdon. Mrs. Viola Bowen, Three Springs R.D. Mrs. Karen Freeman Beatty, formerly of Orbisonia, now-of Grand Forks, N.D. Benny Blair Shade, is - year - old son of Mr. and Mrs. Blair Shade of Maple ton Depot. Leah Graffious, Saxton R.D. THIS HANDSOME YOUNG man is Charles Jerome Wilson, known as Boe. Boe is the son of Dee Wilson of 1114 Warm Springs Ave., Huntingdon, and Patricia Wilson of Donation and he is celebrating his seventh birthday today, May 23. Boe's grandparents are Jean and Bill Smith of Huntingdon and Mrs. Edith Wilson of Reed- !,sville and Charles Wilson of Orbisonia. His great - grandparents are Wilma and Blair Gallagher of McConnellstown and Mrs. Warren Grove of Mount Union. A party will be held in his honor. Calendar 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 [or a jaunt on Warrior Kldgc. Monday, May 25 Ladies Auxiliary to Marklesburg Fire Company will meet In the (ire barn at 7::iOp.m. Shavers Creek Grange No. 353 will hold an open program in the Shavers Creek Community Building at 8 p.m. Recognition of non • grange community citizens. TOPS Pa. No. 43? will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the recreation room ol the Crawford Apartments. Alcoholics Anonymous and Al • Anon will meet at 8 p.m. in St. James Lutheran Church, Huntingdon. Newcomers' meeting scheduled at 7:30 p.m. (or all who are interested in (inding out the basics ol the Al • Anon program. Tuesday, May 26 Standing Stone Homemakers will meet In the Crawford Apts., Huntingdon, at 11 a.m. Bring bag lunch. AAUW international relations study group will meet at 2 p.m. In the home o( KuthKunz, Alexandria. United Methodist Women of Fifteenth Strcl Church, Huntingdon, will meet In the church social room al7:30p.m. County dairy promotion meeting will be held in the extension meeting room, Portland Avenue Complex. Huntingdon. atBp.m. Community Chorus will meet at 7:30 p.m. In the second floor room of the Mount Union borough building, Market Street. Public Invited to attend. Huntingdon Hook and Ladder Fire Company will meet in the engine house at 8p.m. beU to ve never tried to students were trained w clvU and military law, traWc control, map reading aa<j self - Kenneth Booher Jr, HAS 2nd Birthday Kenneth E. Booher Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Booher Sr. of Mount Union, celebrated his second birthday on May ?0. He will be honored at a birthday party today, May 23. Kenneth's grandparents are Carol and Charles Morrow of Shirleysburg R.D- I and Elizabeth Karlin of Cedar 0re st, Mount Union. His great • grandparents ere Mrs. Vera soydfr 'a"! Taylor Apartments, Mount Union; Mrs. M»hls Marrow sad Mrs. Mae Klines, both Qf Lewistown. Airman 01 Month Honors Announced Senior Airman Charles A. Grove, son of Mr. and Mrs, Bruce L Grove of Shirleysburg R.D. l, has been named Outstanding Airman of the Month with the 96th Missile Maintenance Squadron, Dyess Air Force Base, Texas. A munitions systems specialist, the Airman was selected for professional Skill, duty performance end exemplary behavior. ASK A FISHERMAN '.. T»ke « les&on Irora fi»hermen: if thingf dp/i't come ypyr w»y, you're usinjj t It's unposajWe tor everyone to WVJ tno r«e. byt you c»n force Uaa wnn»r to break hi» r«jpo«3 coMrt ceJeodw prove Iftl! wros (ol*| Cftn't teM right from */o«8 v,nHl they §r« toyncJ owl. SHOESTRING Folks tfho try to st»rt out on « «hoest/ing today v« quits i*ely to tie the knot top

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