Delaware County Daily Times from Chester, Pennsylvania on June 17, 1971 · Page 10
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Delaware County Daily Times from Chester, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Chester, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, June 17, 1971
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1A DELAWARE COIJfSiTY (PA.) DAILY TIMES '·*·" Thursday, June 17, 1171 , Bag and bones OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Police feared the worst when a bulldozer unearthed a deteriorated woman's purse and what appeared' to be human bones near here. The "victim" was found alive ·and well a'few minutes later. , Tlie burned handbag contained a driver's license and social security card with the name of Susan Patricia Weeks. ' She-told police her purse was stolen in a downtown Olympia bank six years ago. ~ Greeting cards NEW YORK (AP) - It used lo be that greeting cards contained a sweet verse and were used only for holidays, holy clays; and birthdays. "Now we liave cards for expressing sympathy, anniversaries, cards for the ailing and for servicemen," says .Irving Cohen, president of a firm, that franchises stores throughout the country. Ho /estimates. 10 per cent, of the -nation's mail involves the business .of cards. O PRAIRIE DRESSES , Reg. $19 NOW $ 15 V O HOT PANTS DRESSES Reg $16 NOW'IO O PANTS SUITS Reg. $19 NOW '15 e DAYTIME DRESSES Reg. $16 , NOWIO ·; e DRESSY DRESSES Reg. $30 NOW '24 BUY NOW AND SAVE FOR A CAREFREE SUMMER KAYS FASHION CENTER 6th Edgmor.t Ave. Chester Award winners announced ; CONCORD - Valedictorian Sandra E. Gibson walked off with nine a w a r d s at commencement exercises at Garnet Valley High School. Sandra received the following awards:'mathematics, history, science, student c o u n c i l , yearbook, ; Bethel . Council of Republican Women and Concord Grange. ; ; ; . ' · : ' " In addition,: slie 'received a National Merit'.Schorlarship and the Westihghouae Educational Foundation award announced earlier; ',';S a 1 u t a t o r i a n Christine Marchetti - won the Spanish achievement -aiward, Joe L. Crews '; : ' and: Garnet Valley E d u c a t i o n A s s o oiation scholarship! Other award winners were: Mary Bell, French achievement Barbara Stang, art; Judy Clement, home economics, Haw- Davis; Donn DeBoard, physical education; Louise Frost, · physi cal education; Leona Engelbrecht, business education; Cynthia Ficca, music, Harold Fineman ... Memorial Scholarship; jJacquelyhne Ellis, vocational, ['technical; /.,. , : ,.'·'. | Mark Werner/industrial arts.; Nancy Baillie, Delaware Coutvty Young Republicans, Rotary CAub of Concordville; Edward Albany JNational Honor Society,* "I Dare You"; Carol Bradley, Yearbook; Daniel Deavor, Varsity; Club; Beverly A n n . Hersbin, Health Careers Club; Marsha Traub "I Dare You"; Coleen Green, Qleta Ramage Scholarship; Barbara Seufert, Betty; Crb'ckei Scholarship, Independent Ordei of Odd Fellows; N a n c j Andersen, Harriett H. Sharpless Award. Linda DeJarnette and John Lloyd, Concordville J u n i'o.i Chamber of Commerce Award; Victoria Harris, EIwyn-Lima- Concordville Business a n c Professional Women's Club; Kathleen Conlin, Garnet Valle\ e d u c a t i o n Association Scholarship; · Suzanne; Douglas a n d Eric C h r i s t e n s e n Braaidywine Ameiicati Legion P o s t S l l ; E d \ \ a r ( Mar-Stan's Unpamted Fui niture,' and Mark Jarpisian_ Concord Grange Delaware .County Vo-Tech awards went to Thomas Snyder rescue team; Jeff,; Chandler safety steward and Donna Dambro, VICA Appreciation Award. beans! JOAO PESSOA, Brazil (AP) -- It rained beans the other day, Brazilian Rancher Salvador Targino insisted, as he showed newsmen and local officials the small vegetables that fell sud denly on his property: -·' That's what happened, al right, said Delmiro Maia, a fed eral agriculture ' official · as signed to : Paraiba .state. Maia speculated that a recent storn swooped up a pile -of beans f ron Western Africa- and dumped them over Northeastern Brazil Targino boiled some of th beans and said they were to touah to eat. TEDDY'S BRINGS THE BEST TOGETHER! A FILL THE FAMILY Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun. 5 P.M. to Closing Name change ok'd Christian School BROOKHAVEN - T h e hosier Christian School ssociation voted al its annual leeting to change the school ame, to The Christian cademy. Roy Siitlierland, president of he school's trustees said there re several reasons for the liunge. 'One is that the,new proposed imior-senior high will be.located i Middletown and served by ic, Media Post Office and not hosier," he said. "Secondly, the association hns vision of establishing satellite inclergarden and elementary ihpbls in various area church acilities. For this reason the liool does n o t ' w a n t a name lentified with n particular eographical location, With the ew name, if a school is started Marcus Hook, it could be ailed "The Christian Academy, rtarcus Hook School, etc." Established in 1D51, the school resently has grades beginning 'ith pre-kindergarlen through inth. Tenth grade is being added his fall. According to school dministrator, Arthur Nazigian ill indications point to a recorc. icrease in enrollment from 300 o 350 this fall. Three trustees were reelectec lo new terms. ^ They nre Dr. R. Wallace Journey, Richard Cavnlllni, and Robert Roth. New trustees are Herbert Boulden Jr., Richard Hartzell, and Rufus Spedden. Costly weed 'KINKELBOS, south Africa (AP) -- The sweet, strong-smell of buriiingmarijuana'lumg over the railroad station here after police burned 41 bags of it in the firebox of a steam locomotive. Police said it ·would have taken all day to burn the marijun na by conventional methods They asked the railway for help and it was burned, in half an hour. The dnig. was. confiscated from an African named Talbot Nokusi Gqirana- who was sen tencecl to four and a half years and fined $1,430. Thrifty Scots EDINBURGH, Scotland (AP) - The Scots are still as.lhriftj as ever, official figures show, Their deposits in the government-run' national savings lasl year averaged $192 a head compared with $127 by people in England, Wales and Northen Ireland. financing YOUR house is the specialty of OUR house* Mortgage Funds Available - Call 521-2900 VMifiS Wain Office: 6408 WOODLAND AVENUE, PHILA. Branch Office: 27 E. HIMCKLEYAVE. RIDLEY PAflt Hours: 9 to 4 * Friday 9 to COOL AND SAVE PERMANENT PRESS SUMMER SHIRTS A. Wrinkle-free polyester/cotton. A real 'smoothie' in rich solids, Sizes S-M-L-XL. $163 Permanent Press w r SPORT SHIRT... wash, dry, wear! 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