The Evening Standard from Uniontown, Pennsylvania on January 13, 1976 · Page 8
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The Evening Standard from Uniontown, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Uniontown, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 13, 1976
Page 8
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TH» MORNING HERALD-THE EVENING STANDARD UNIONTOWN, PA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, ItTC-PAGE I June Wedding Date SHARLENE KUTCHMAN Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kutchman of Hopwood R. D. 1 are announcing the engagement of t h e i r d a u g h t e r , Sharlene to Michael Seimetz of Clearwater, Fla., son of Mrs. Jayne Seimetz, formerly of LaPorte, Ind., and the late John R. Seimetz. The b r i d e - e l e c t is a graduate of Laurel Highlands High School and Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She is employed as a speech therapist by Hillsborough County Public Schools in Florida. Her fiance attended Indiana University in South Bend, Ind., and the University of Southern F l o r i d a . He is presently an associate of Olson Realty Co. in Treasure Island, Fla. A late June wedding is being planned. Engagement News Announcement is being made of the engagement of B a r b a r a A n n Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Simmons, Heritage Farm, Grindstone and Kent Taylor Leipold, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Leipold of Austin, Texas. The b r i d e - e l e c t is a graduate of St. John's High School and is a student at Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas majoring in psychology. Mr. Leipold is a graduate of F l i n t H i l l A c a d e m y i n Maryland and a 1976 graduate of Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas, with a degree in economics. FLOWER PHOTOGRAPHS EXHIBITED -- Persons strolling through the arcade of the Gallatin National Bank Bldg. will be dazzled at a display of lovely flower photographs, which the Unlontown Art Club has on dis- play. The colorful flower snapshots were taken by I. N. Hagnn II, above, ninny of them at his home al Chalk Hill. (Herald-Standard Photo) BARBARA SIMMONS Tonight Ladies Auxiliary to the Uniontown Vol. Fire Dept. will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight at 7:30 at the social hall on Dunbar St. Hostesses for the evening are Gale Hixson and Mary Ann Williams. USE THE Elected Carol Gerome, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Gerome of Uniontown R. D. 4, w a s r e c e n t l y e l e c t e d membership chairman of Zeta Beta Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha at Thiel College, Greenville. A sophomore majoring in psychology and history, she was graduated from Laurel Highlands High School. Monthly Breakfast Set Monthly breakfast of the Ladies Guild of St. George Maronite Church will be held Sunday following the 8,10 and noon masses. The affair will be held in the church social hall under the direction of Rose Ferris, chairman; Cecilia George, co- c h a i r m a n ; Anna Gabriel, A m y G e o r g e , E l i z a b e t h George Hizk, Martha George, Pauline Habit, Adele Howard. A variety of favorite baked items will' be available and anyone wishing to contribute may contact any committee member. Spiritual director of the g u i l d i s R e v . P e t e r J . Mahfoud. Mrs. Ann Mullen is president. EGG DISH If an egg dish "weeps" or curdles, you can be sure it has been overcooked. Laurel Mall Only BUY- CENTENNIAL SALE OF SAVINGS COMING SOON TO LAUREL MALL TRICHOPERM TM SYSTEM 166FL for fine or limp hair FRAN MARGIE Bauty Gift Salon 56 So. B»**on Ave. 438-2405 FLOWER CLUB OFFICERS - Members of the Uniontown Flower Club installed new officers at a meeting in the Trinity United Presbyterian Church. From left, Edith Moser, president; Mrs. Ralph Fullmer, vice p r e s i d e n t ; Mrs. Paul Ansell, treasurer; Mrs. Guy Rider, recording secretary; Mrs. William Murphey, corresponding secretary and Installing officer, Mrs. Harold Harper (Herald-Standard Photo) JANUARY CUSTOM TAILORING Oon'l delay any longer, Como in and choose from our largo selection ol nil wool wofstetf and many other fine fabrics. Our exclusive PHOTO-FITTINC method assures V-HI ' a oerlocl M Choose from SUITS TOPCOATS SPORT COATS TROUSERS TITO Savings up to $ 30. Canfa/a/nessa 4 SONS 9/j W. CHURCH STREET PHONE 437-2001 UNIONTOWN, PA. Installation Members of the American Benefit Assn. will meet at the Moose Lodge tonight at 8 o'clock at which time new officers will be installed. They are: President, Judy McDowell; p a s t p r e s i d e n t , C a r o l e Daniels; vice president, Donn a M o r r i s ; r e c o r d i n g secretary, Joann Malaspino; treasurer, Alma Showalter; social secretary, Blanche K o r o n a ; chaplain, Bonnie Gibson; lady of ceremonies, Dorothy Cobert; sergeant-alarms, Edna Gavorcick; inner hostess, Mabel Rasbeck; outer hostess, Ginny Cellurale; officer of the day, Sue Critz; press correspondent, Merial Chernock; welfare chairman, Alma Showalter; captain of the guard, Dorothv Cobert. PEARL T A l ' I O l A Old-fashioned \ ar lapioca should be soakeu foi several hours before cooUng MEN'S and WOMEN'S | SHOE . . . 20 % 30% off ON ALL MEN'S WOMEN'S SHOES Sale Ends Feb. 14th. THE Inn-Steppe Rt 51 Fayette Plaza -- Open Daily 11 AM to 8 PM THESizzurr BREAKFAST. Hormel LITTLE SIZZLER Pork Sausage. Little SiS'Zierr. ;O =r J^ : ' = ALL PECHIN MARKETS CAPUZZI'S MARKET

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