The Evening Standard from Uniontown, Pennsylvania on May 14, 1962 · Page 12
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Nancy Stuart Sdy, Society Editor Alice Maxine Jaap And Ferdinand A. DeJulio Are Married Dixie Lee Wyatt To Be Installed As Advisor Newlyweds Living At McDonald St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh, was the scene of the marriage of Alice Maxine Jaap and Ferdinand A. DeJulio on Wednesday. April 25. The Rev. J. Kirk Hartman performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jaap, 517 Ridge Ave., Canonsburg, formerly of Brownsville, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. DeJulio, McDonald R. D. 4. The bride is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Townley, Knox Ave., Brownsville. Mr. Jaap gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a short-sleeved ballerina length gown of white Dacron styled with a fitted bodice, scalloped overskirt of arnel. A crown of while orchids held her shoulder length veil and she carried a white prayer book adorned with a white orchid and stephanotis. All bridal traditions were fulfilled. Mrs. Jaap appeared in an oyster brocade dress with beige and white accessories. Mrs. DeJulio chose a blue silk dress with white accessories. Both wore corsages of white roses. A reception at the home of the bride's parents for 25 guests supplemented the ceremony. Aides were Mrs. Jack Jones, Mrs. Roy Jones and Mrs. William Stanley. The new Mrs. DeJulio graduated from Chartiers High School Class of 1957 and attended Westminster College and Pittsburgh Technical School, and is employed by the McCrory Co. in Canonsburg. Her husband graduated from Langley High School in 1955 and attended Duquesne U n i v e r s i t y , Pittsburgh. He was graduated from Pittsburgh Technical School in Pittsburgh and at present is operating a dairy farm at McDonald, where the newlyweds are residing. Bowling League Has Fete The Inter-State Bowling League of Victory' Lanes. Brownsville, held its annual banquet recently at Hugo's, National Pike West. Spring flowers flanked with candles decorated the tables. Favors were bowling handkerchiefs designed by a member. Blanche Shallenberger. Trophies were presented to the winning team. Hotel Riviera, and the runner-up team. Colletti's. Awards were presented the following: high three games. Mary Ricco, Jean Swaney. Helen Hadden; high single game. Mary Ricco, Lucille Franko. Dorothy Harrison; high average, Jean Swaney. Jean Herrington, Helen Hadden. Charlotte Prills. Mary Ricco, Lucille Franko, Christine Davoli, Marion McKenna. Theresa Ricco and Frances Foster; low score, F 1 o r i a Gresh; most improved average, Helen Hadden: team three game high and single game high. Colletti's. Ann Koval. Opal Craig. Flo Pat- ralja, Faye Birkle, Mary Check, Sue Murphy. Ruth Zubricky. Josephine Talarico. Pearl Kovach and Marie Davoli were awarded door prizes. Guests at the banquet included the following sponsors. Mickey Check. Hotel Riviera: Tony Puskarich. Victory Lanes: Margaret Puskarich. Union Lounge; Mrs. Weaver. Cleaver's Restaurant. Mrs. Herrington. president, conducted a brief business session at which time the following officers were elected for the 1962-63 season: Marie Davoli. president; Mary Ricco. vice president: Ann Smilh. treasurer; Christine Davoli and Lucille Franko. secretaries. Show above, are the daughters and guests who attended the recent mother-daughter banquet held by the Ladies Auxiliary, 1356, F. 0. Eagles Hall, Bank St., South Side. --Herala-Stanaard Photo by Antonucd About People You Know By JERRI WALTERS Carol Fox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Fox of Main St., West Brownsville, is receiving the best wishes of her friends and relatives today, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. Miss Fox was graduated from Brashear Joint Senior High School, class of 1961. She is presently a student at Maison Frederick S y s t e m School of Beauty Culture, Uniontown, and is employed at Johanna's Beauty Shop. Brownsville. Barbara Hout of the First National Bank Bldg.. Brownsville, is observing her birthday anniversary today. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hout of Snowdon S q u a r e , Brownsville. Miss Hout is a teller at the Brownsville G a 11 a t i n National Bank. Norman B. Patterson of State College, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Patterson of Playford Ave., North Side. Brownsville, was promoted to Associate Professor at Pennsylvania State University. He is married to the former Dorothy Gillis of Low Hill, and is the father of two daughters. Suellen and Delia. Mr. and Mrs. August A. Kudlac of Nemacolin St.. North Side. Brownsville, are receiving the best wishes of their friends and relatives today, the occasion being their 34th wedding anniversary. James A. Sluger. son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Sluger Sr. of 1312 Sheridan Ave., South Side. Brownsville, marked his sixth birthday anniversary on Thursday. May 10. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richter and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Sluger. all of Water St., South Side, Brownsville. Mrs. Sluger is the former Beverly Richter. James Jr. attends the Second Ward Kindergarten. Barbara Lynn Selep, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Selep of Bethel Park, Pittsburgh, was a birthday celebrant on Saturday, April 7. Barbara marked her second birthday anniversary. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sentipal of Coal Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Selep of California. Mrs. Selep is the former Connie Sentipal. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Smoggie of Clarksville have chosen the name Steven Todd for their son born April 30 in Greene County Memorial Hospital. Waynesburg. The infant, second child, weighed seven pounds and nine ounces. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George Smoggie Sr. of Clarksville. and Mrs. E l a i n e Campbell of Fredericktown. Mrs. Smoggie is the former Patricia Stickles of Fredericktown. The couple also has a daughter Monica Lynne. Ronnie and Donnie Maglietta. twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jo- " The L a d i e s Auxiliary 1356 P.O. Eagles enjoyed a mother-daughter banquet Thursday evening in the Eagles Hall, Bank St., South Side. Shown above are. seated, left to right, Hazel Elliott, mother of the year; Josephine Rohland, Lenora Ward and Olive Fasshauer, past mothers of the year; standing, Helen Dingle, past president; Doris Cratty, president; Mabel Wenick a n d Phyllis Giles, past presidents. --Heraln-StindarU Photo lij Antonuccl New Officers Installed By Brownsville Area PTA The Brownsville Area PTA Council met recently in the Barr House. Water St., South Side. Installation of new officers featured the session. Mrs. Grace Eichelberger pre- s i d e d . George Harvey offered grace and also read the devotions. Mrs. S. F. Dnney presented several humorous readings. A report on the recent card party to raise funds for the annual PTA scholarship which will be awarded at class night to some deserving senior planning to enroll in the teaching profession, was given by Mrs. Delia Mitchell. Mrs. Eichelberger announced the Southwestern District conference to be held at the Penn Sheraton Hotel. Pittsburgh on June 2. Council delegates will be Mrs. Eichelberger, Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Piercy McCune. Mrs. Emily Maize, Mrs. Marion Kart and Mrs. Mitchell were appointed to the auditing committee. A report on the past scholarships given by the PTA was presented by Mrs. Eichelberger. Barbara Hout dropped out of California State College: Vince Bailey seph Maglietta of Church St., North Side. Brownsville, are receiving the best wishes of their friends and relatives today, the occasion being their 14th birthday anniversaries. They are eighth grade studlents at St. Peter's School. Edward Taylor of Olairton recently spent the weekend visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edgar and daughter. Linda, of Bentleyville. There's a hand-woven feeling in the fabrics used for these small dresses. No-iron cotton has woven flower motif (left) in soft shades of ao.ua, blue, and green on white. Little dress with cowl neckling (right) has woven embroidered clip design in pink on white. These are Cinderella designs to wear now into summer. graduated and is now a teacher in the Forest Park Junior High School in Cleveland: Nancy Haywood completed three years, is married and a mother, and is completing her schooling; Bertram Kovalchick is a student teacher and is assisting in teaching retarded children: John Garella is attending California State College and will be graduated in Jan. 1963. Diane Checton is completing her first year at California and is on the dean's list. Bertha McDonough installed the following new officers: senior high school. Margaret Hudak, president; Betty Randolph, vice presi- tary; Jean Swaney, treasurer; St. Clair, .Donna Cross, president; June Adamson, vice president; Velda Hart, secretary: Nona Lingle. treasurer; Council, Mrs. Eichelberger, president: Mrs. Mitchell, vice president: Mrs. Lorene Klingensmith, secretary, and Mrs. McCune, treasurer. Annual reports from the various PTA's were given by the following: senior high school, Margaret Hudak: junior high school, Wilma Dunker: St. Clair. Joanne McMaster. and Prospect. Mr. Harvey. The centerpiece was awarded to Joanne McMasters. Honoree is Feted At Celebration A surprise birthday party was held recently honoring Mrs. Lucille Broadwater of Mather. The affair, held at the home of Mrs. Broadwater. was planned by her daughter. Carol. Games provided entertainment, after which a luncheon was served. Those attending were: Evelyn Stewart. Hazel Stewart. Emma Broadwater. Ruth Duke. Juanita B r o a dwater. Marge Broadwater. Gloria Sharpnack. Kate Koble. Faye Hill. Mildred Pushey, Gayle Cox. .Anne Sabol, Sis Benjamin. Dorothy Bernaducci. Sara McKinney. Rose Blosser. L y n n Townsend. Emmie Newill. A n n Crane. Hazel Shimo. Kayne Kalasky. and Mary Welling. Make your own Tartar Sauce to serve with scallops or other fish. Just mix m i n c e d green olives, onion, celery, parsley and pickle to mayonnaise. Use proportions that suit your taste! Mrs. Lucas Is Chairman Of Program "Mother" was the theme of the first annual mother-daughter ban quet sponsored by St. Mary's PTG held recently in the school hall. Mrs. Mina Lucas was chairman of the affair. The eighth grade girls decorated the halls and tables. Betty Shop designed the programs. Carnations, as favors for mothers, were made by Janet Potsklan and Betty Sopp. The program for the evening was arranged by the principal. Sister M. Honoria and the sisters of the school. Sister M. Renee. Sister M. Annunciata and Sister M. Ann. The welcome was given by Patricia Olesky. Jane Ochran and Thomas Connors gave "My Mother" and Rebecca James recited a poem "To Our Lady." A recitation to the Blessed Mother on Mother's Day was given by Cynthia Thomas. Barbara Betty. Joan Mlinarcik. Susan Kubizna and Victoria Columbia of the first and second grades. A poem. "To Mother" was recited by Annette Mlinarcik. Amy Lucas. Veronica Klimko. Kathy Durda. Barbara Geisel and Louise Ann Novak of the third and fourth grades. The toast to mothers was given by Patty Mack and the toast to daughters by Mrs. Victoria Mack A special wish from St. Mary's school children was given by Patty Olesky. All the girls presenl sang "That Wonderful Mother of Mine." Stephanie Novak entertained with two piano solos. The Rev. Rudolph Halvonik spoke briefly on Mothers. Prizes were given to the oldest mother present. Mrs. A. Mattie: youngest mother. Mrs. Dorothy Connors: most children, Mrs. Nellie Luda and youngest child. Mrs. D. Columbia. Committees for the affair included: invitations. Mrs. Verna Ochran: kitchen committee, Mrs. Mary G a t e s , chairman: Mrs. Eleanor Golembiewski. Mrs. Mary Vegoda, Mrs. Rose Horka. Mrs Blanche Mattie. Mrs. Sue Klima and Mrs. Helen Balas. DOUBLE-DUTY Like to double-duty cooking? Bake extra potaloes when you are serving them at a meal. Next day. peel and dice the spuds and mix them w i t h a medium white sauce: lop with grated Cheddar cheese. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch--Relieves Pain H«- Totk.!». T. «p«li! - For the trst time science his found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain -- without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (ibrinlcage) took place. Uoit amazi ng of all--result* wera ao thorough that sufferers mada astonishing statements like "Pilei have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing sub* stance (Bio-Dyne*)--discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available, in giippttgitory or ointmtnt form under the name Preparation tffll At all drug countera. Manv contest dances were helu officers to be installed , ' . , , , ,, and prizes awarded as follows: "mashed potatoes." judged by Candyce Renshaw and Frances Grimplin. and won by Candyce Webster and Brad Thompson; "twist." judged by Donna Sed- lovsky and Janet Lane, and won by Bunny Pellick and Janet.Ad- dis; "the fly." judge by Shelly Thompson and .Ethel Borchin, and won by Darleen Broblak and Alvera Rebis: "the stomp" judged by Betty Pierce and Sandy Mikso. and won by Eda Jean Pellick and Linda Rzepniak; "the pony" judged by Barbara and Helen Thompson, and won by Sara Webster and Mark Lowery; "slow Dixie Lee Wyatt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Wyatt. 1115 Lewis St.. Brownsville, will be installed as Worthy Advisor Brownsville Assembly 26. Order of the Rainbow for Girls, on Saturday. May 19. at 7:30 p.m. in the Elks Home. Water St.. South Side. Dixie Lee is a junior at John A. Brashear High School. She has been active in "Rainbow" since December 1957. Elective are: Karen Fawcett, worthy associate advisor; Jane Dearth, charity; Karen Swoger, hope, and Renee Park, faith. Appointive officers are: Linda Kovachick. chaplain; Karen Rowe, drill leader; Donna Sedlovsky, love; Mary Jo Manspeaker, reigion: Andrea Sekora. nature: Mary Louise Kronk, immortality; Charmaine Harris, fidelity: Mara Malinky, patriotism; Lily Hoy. service; Marie Pierro. confidential observer: Linda Rimbey, outer observer: Kathleen Herbertfon. musician; Jacy Hart, assistant musician, and Susan Swords, choir director. Pages. Cathy Clair. Barbara Fatten. Patty McManus. Kathlee Boucher, Johanna Hager, Bonnie Storey, Louana Cheverine, Chervil Walker. Jeajiine Rainone. Dorothy Thompson and Beth Nuttall. Color Bearers. Lynn Childs and Melda Rettstatt Choir. Gloria Rable. Sandra Schimonsky. Cheryl Murray, Ruth Moser, Susan James. Susan Townsend, Nancy Flick, Ann Kisinger, Judy Greenwood, Donna McCune. Debbie Dickenson. Calhy Seders, Sally Crampe. Debbie Vavases. Mary K. Joseph. Bonnie Seese, Nancy Shultz and Susan Banfield. Installing officers will include: past worthy advisors of the assembly, Claire A. Lane. Elizabeth Randolph, WUla Pearson. Donna Smith and Kitty Hopson. Mrs. Louise Dearth will be installing musician and John Wardman, the soloist. The speaker will be Jacob Kooser of Scottdale. This is an open meeting to friends and relatives of "Rainbow." * V * POTATO SHELLS When you bake potatoes that you plan to stuff, do not rub the skins with fat before putting them in the oven. Without the coating, the potato skins will stay crisp and make durable shells for the stuffing. Girl Scouts At Grindstone i^ Hold Dance At Legion Grindstone Girl Scouts of Troop 10 held a dance recently at the American Legion Home in Grindstone. Records were played by Mrs. Tony Rouse and the dance was supervised by Mary Donna Hawn. The Scout committee sold hot dogs, pop and candy dance," judged by Rita McCune and Betty Faye DiDomonic, and won by Debbie Hebner and John Lowery. Highlight of the evening was a "spotlight" dance featuring Eda Pellick and Greg Daugherty, Debbie Hebner and John Lowery and Cecelia Swift and Bill Domonic. This was the first dance held by the Girl Scouts in the .Legion Hall and a special thanks goes to the Legion, who are the sponsors of Troop 10. for their help in making this affair a success. Committeewomen of Troop 10 assisting were; Mrs. Shirley Sed- lovsky. Eleanor Rosendale. Mrs. Agnes Grimplin and Mrs! Eltrude Bill. Annual Mother-Daughter Is Held By Civic Club The 'West Brownsville Civic Club held its annual mother- daughter banquet recently in the West Brownsville Borough building. The affair was in the form of a covered dish. Mrs. Joseph Rankin directed the program which included readings and poems in keeping with Mother's Day. Participating were Mrs. Harvey Kendall, Mrs. Joseph Braum, Mrs. John Horton. Mrs. Rankin. Susan James and Mrs. Warren James. Mrs. Kendall, president, conducted a short business ession. A donation was made to the Salvation Army. Gifts were presented to the outgoing president, Mrs. James For- system; the oldest mothers, Mrs. George W. Stephenson. and the youngest mother, Mrs. Robert Fowler. The last meeting of the year will be held in June. Present were: Mrs. Robert Bevard. Mrs. Stanley McMasters, Mrs. Thomas Beals, Mrs. Marlene Fortuna. Zona Gale Miller, Mrs. Jessie Miller, Mrs. Margaret Hollowood. Mrs. Rudy Turosik. Mrs. William Priselac, Mrs. Paul Rick- er. Mrs.. Fowler. Mrs. Joseph Straight, Lennie MacDoiiald,' Mrs. James, Miss James,.'Mary Ellen Marunich, Mrs. Stephenson, MK. Forsyte; Deborah Davis, Mrs. Horton, Mrs. Kendall,.Mrs: Rankin and Mrs. Braum. * * * Officers . Elected At Meet / Election, of officers featured, the recent meeting of the 0. B. A. Class of the First Methodist Church held in the church. Re - 'electei.for another term were: Mrs. Nellie Strang, president; Mrs. Isabella Randolph, teacher; Mrs. Bessie Coulter, vice president; Mrs. Mae Richardson, secretary. Mrs. Mary Kudlac was elected treasurer. Mrs. Strang was in charge of the business session and Margaret Mathewspn conducted the- devotions. At the close of-the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs. Strang. and Mrs. Mary Lamb. * * * Garibaldi LodgeTo Hold Meet Tuesday Rosa Garibaldi Lodge 1818. Order Sons of Italy in America, will meet tomorrow evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Sons of Italy Hall. Race St.. South, Side. The officers will convene promptly at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served following the session by Mrs. Elda Moore, chairman; Miranda Zaroni. Mrs.. Minnie. Hollis, Mrs. Mary Karpiak and Mrs. Mary Berber. All members are urged to attend. . * * · ATTRACTIVE GARNISH Thinly sliced radishes make. a pretty topping for green snap beans marinated in French dressing. Use canned or cooked fresh beans,' whole julienne or cut in short lengths. Dual-purpose cosmetics are efficient to use. This girl achieves her radiant complexion with all-in-one foundation plus powder that conies in a tube. Brown rice takes longer to cook than white rice -- the former usually needs forty-five minutes. of simmering after it is · added to boiling water. PARENTS! Give Your Children A Chance to Learn Typing TEEN-AGE TYPING CLASS HOURS: 8:30 A.M.-10:30 A.M. 10:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M. 6 Weeks-June 11-July 20 (This is the only class we offer in typing this summer) Thif. typing class can male the Summer purposeful fof your teea-age boy .or girl. Typewriting ability help* chil- drtn to get higher grades, jet on the staff ol school publications, earn money In spare time, and get started in full-tlma Jobs. Youngsters, from agw 11' to 18 may enroll. They are thrilled to find how rapidly they can learn this useful »klll. ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED Write, phone, or visit the school for free Teen-Ace Typlnp Bulletin. TELEPHONE GE 8-4568 COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE OF UNIONTOWN W. KERR ST., Unlontown

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