The Evening Standard from Uniontown, Pennsylvania on March 14, 1961 · Page 3
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The Evening Standard from Uniontown, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Uniontown, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 14, 1961
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^^^^~"~^~""~^~^z^ About People You Know By Betty Frangoi Mr. and Mrs. Morlcy Frank of Befmonl Circle became Hie parents o( their second child and second son on Saturday, March 11 at 4:39 p.m. in Dnionlown Hos- piial. He weighed 9 pounds and has hcen named David Dale. Grandparents are Dr.G, D. Gil- liniham, Korl Lauderdale,, Fla.. and Mrs. David Frank. Brownsville, Mrs. Frank is the former Gay Gillingham. The new arrival has a brother Ricky. B. J. fToddyl Howard, Wilson Ave., has entered Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh fo undergo *servation and treatment. A printer with The Evcnuig Slan- dard, he is a patient in Room 633. Mrs. Harold Bowden, Lawn Ave. left yesterday for Groves. Tex., where she will visit at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bowden. Mrs. Nell Salay, Snyder Terrace, has resumed her duties at (he Sally Shop after being ill for several days. Jane Elizabelh Streadl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Streadl of Kearney, Mo., celehraled her f i r s t birthday anniversary on T u e s d a _ v , March 7. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Jones of National Pike West. Mrs. Ralph Ross, Morganlown St.. has relumed from Butler where she visited with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Danko of Oliver 1, have returned from a two-week vacation in Louisiana and Southern Texas. Mrs. Goulda Clymer, 91 Walnut St.. has been admitted !o the University Hospital in Morgantown, W. Va. She will undergo surgery tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wyda, 1036 SIGNAL COURSE-Pvl. Garry L. .Uc.Morrow, son of Forest P. McHorron- Sr., Point Marion, recently completed the communications center operation course at the Southwestern Signal School, Ft. Gnrrtoj!, f,a. He entered the Army last October and completed basic training at Ft. Knox, Ky. Benvin St., Akron, Ohio, are announcing the birth of a daughter at 3:03 p.m. March 9, 1961, in the Akron General Hospital. She has been named Karen Marie and weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Stanley Kavlick of Unionlown R p. 2 and Mr. and Mrs. Frank wyda of Jamison. Mrs. Wyda is the former Marie Kavlick. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wahlcr of .V. Gallalin Avp., visited during the weekend at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W a y n e Kpikcr and daughter, Tammy Diane in New- Castle. The Spikers celebrated their wedding anniversary on Monday and Mrs. Spikcr was a birthday celebrant the same day. Mrs. Florence Jones, Carson St spent the Pittsburgh where she attended The American Law Institute and The American Bar Assn., meeting at nock- well ((all of Duquesne University. Donna Holchin, Uppermiddle- lown, celebrated her birthday anniversary on Sunday, March 12. She is employed at Grant's. William Waser, Collier, is celebrating his birthday anniversary today. Mrs, Howard L. Jones, National Pike West, has returned to her duties at the J. c. Penney Co. after a week's absence due to illness. Michael Lcmansky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lemansky of Easy St., celebrated his first birthday anniversary on S u n d a y , March 12. His mother is the former Judy Feeney. Nick McCuiie. Penn SI., is recuperating at home after being discharged from Uniontown Hospital. He is an employe of the A i P. Bee son Blvd. George Speace. co-manager of the A P, Beeson Blvd.. is convalescing after undergoing surgery Wednesday in Uniontown Hospital. He resides on Pennsylvania Ave. Mrs. Rus-sell Guthrie, Uniontown, is recuperating at home after being discharged from Uniontown Hospital on Sunday. Mrs. Carl Walker, Woodlawn Ave., visited during the weekend with her mother. Mrs. Anna Kendall, a patient in St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Youngstown, Ohio. Louise Ann (Tootsiel LaClair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James LaClair of Smithfield R. D. 2, is celebrating her fourth birthday a niversary today, Tuesday, March 14. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Mary Danko of Smilhficld R. D. 2. Her mother is the former Cecelia M. Danko. Mrs. James L. Jlay. Cleveland Ave., will observe her birthday anniversary tomorrow. March ]5. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Laughery of Pittsburgh, are announcing the irth of their third child and first daughter on Monday. March 6. 1961. She «· e i g h e d 6 pounds i ounce and has been named Terri Sue. Her two brothers are Kenny and Timmy. Grandparents a r e Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Laujhcry of New Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cosgrove of Stewart Ave. NURSES' SPEAKER - C a p I Mary E. Lilak, Army Nurse counselor from Pillshurgh, will speak to the student nurses at Uniontown Hospital School of Nursing at I p. m. Wednesday. She Mill he available at the Armj recruiting station, Post Office fildg., to S ive further as- sislanee antl Information. Mrs. Laughery is the former lxt tic Mae Cosgrove. Mrs. Elizabeth Moser. Nemacu lin, is observing her birthday an niversary today. Her son, Warre E. Moser, also of Nemacolin, ua a birthday celebrant 'yester d a \ March 13. Mrs. Mary A. Schiflbauer of 34 Coolspring St., is convalescing a (he home of her son-in-law ar, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eai Guseman of 9390 Martinique Driv Miami 57, Fla. She underwen surgery J;m. 21 in the Mercy Hos pilal. Miami. Mrs. Schiffnauei who had also been visiting an other daughter, Mrs. Roy Kirche of Miami, is in good condition Mr. and Mrs. Leo E. Lewis Smithfield R. D., are announcin Ihe birth of a son Monday, Marci 13. 1961, at 8:30 p.m. in Union town Hospital. The fourth chila and first son, he weighs seven pounds, three ounces, and ha leen named Russell Lee. Mrs Lewis is the former Florilla Mi: ler, daughter of Mr. snd Mrs Russell Miller. Smithfield R. D The paternal grandparents a r Mr. and '' ·-.. Lincoln Lewis, Fair chsr.ce. Rev. Silberl Preacher For .Midweek Services The Rev. William G. Silbert Jr. pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, will preach at the mid week Lenten services of the FirEl Second and Third Preshyteri a r Churches Wednesday night at 7:3 in the First Church. The sermor theme is. "God's Committment. 1 Presiding will be the Hev. Wi iam H. Strohm. general Presbj ;cr of Redstone Presbytery. Th Char.col Choir ol the host churcl directed by Don G. Mason wil sing. "God So Loved the World, 1 Etaincr. CHORAL CONTEST BUDAPEST. Hungary (API _ Communist Hungary says it wil Ftage an international choral con test this summer to commemo rale the SOth anniversary' of the birth of composer Bela Bartok Remember Your Easter Handbag o. The Bubble Bag, a youthful pouch in Block Patent by Graceline. $5.00 plus tax Orange Peel Potent ,large pouch with floming red faifle lining ond outside pocket by Graceline. $8.00 plus tax ioftglaw softly pleoted couch by fheodor of California. Black ond Bone; Sea Foam Lustre and Biack Patent. 56.00 plus tax Gum-Drop by Ronoy in. the popular East West shape. Soft groined simulated leather. Black, Navy and Bone. $12.00 pfus tax Top Educator To Appear At Teacher Banquet Here Dr. Ethel Alpenfels, educator and anthropologist, will appear at (lie Uniontown teachers' ban quel April 12 under the sponsor- behind Berkeley School in order to preserve the newly paved playground, A committee of two men from ~. * ,. u jutM ii uiii the High School Band Parents op- THE EVENING STANDARD, TUESDAV. .MARCH H. 19617:30 in Cenlral School. Dates of special wee-rings of thr? Uniontown Hoard Committees and Joint Committees were announced: Unionlown Sninry Committee Friday, March 24, 7:.W, Central -PAOB I Central School Jointure Budget Committee, Tuesday, April H i p.m., Cenlral School; Unionlown Supply Commilfce, Friday, March 17. 10:30 a.m.; Jointure Supply Committee, Friday, March 17, 3 the Uniontown City School Posing a proposed trip of the high School; Joinf Salary Co'inmitlee, p.m., Central School. ~u i L ,',--·-- '"K vi (fie njgn school band in 1963 was advised Friday, March 24, 7:30. Central Tlie board. has approved ihe to attend a meeting of the Joint School; I'nionlouj) Budget Com One-fifth of all U. S. trucks are _ . --···ft w* LIU; U U l l H Committee next Monday night at mittee. Tuesday, April 4, | .. normally for export. 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