PAGE TWO WEST SCHUYLKILL PRESS ANT) PINE GROVE HERALD, TREMONT, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 The West Schuylkill Press and Pine Grove Herald Established 1877 Member of Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers Association and National Editorial Association FLAG DAY JUNE 14 A Community Newspaper Devoted to the Best Interests of Southern and Western Schuylkill County. Tremont: Phone Registered as Second Class Matter Subscription Price $4.00 per Year In NATION At The Town Around FROM A BYGONE DAY . . . we've often read about Godey's Lady's" Book; in magazine articles and in fiction, but never had the opportunity to see this publication until yesterday . . . Mrs. Ruth Rumpf brought it into the newspaper office and, while we had only a few minutes to look it over, we were delighted and grateful for this brief look . . . the book belongs to Dolly Womer Tobin, who found it among her mother's possessions . . . we hope that Dolly will lend it to us some day when we can take time to read at least parts of it . . . one thing that impressed us about the book is the quality of the printing and the beautiful colors used in illustrations of women's fashions of the year the edition was published 1869 . . . another book Dolly has that we would like to read contains articles and illustrations of catastrophic events, such as volcano eruptions, etc. O IMPORTANT DAY, TOMORROW . . . Friday, June 14, Is FLAG DAY, a day when every person who is proud to be an American should be proud to display our country's flag . . . wonder how many of our homes and business places will be flying the colors tomorrow? O IMPRESSIVE PERFORMANCE . . . it's been quite a few years since we've attended high school commencement exercises, but that opportunity was ours this year . . . and we want to pass on this comment on the program presented by the Tremont High School graduates . . . theirs was a smoother and more polished performance than one might expect to witness, and it was quite evident that a great deal of painstaking preparation and rehearsal, with careful teacher supervision, preceded the last big event of their high school life . . . there was not a single "hitch" in the program, the graduates who had speaking parts "spoke up" . . . the musical numbers were outstanding . . . and, all in all, we are sure their parents' hearts swelled with pride as each of the graduates stepped out to receive their diplomas ... we were particularly impressed with the candlelight recessional, which was carried out with great precision and dignity, though tears were welling up and indeed flowing as the graduates carried their lighted tapers on that long last walk from the platform and out through the aisle to the corridor as they bade farewell to "the best years of their lives." Hews And Current Events Of The Week In The Tremont Section Sunday guests at the home of and Philip, of Nashville, Tennessee Mrs. Thomas Fessler were Mr. and arrived on Saturday for a visit with Mrs. William Tritsch of Philadelphia, Mrs. Slates' mother, Mrs. C. A. Stutz-Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Donmoyer, man. They, are leaving today for Ohio daughter Sandra and son Robert of to join Mr. Slates and then return Cressona. home. Weekend guests at the home of A family dinner was held at Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Precise were Longo's, Pottsville, in honor of the Miss Judy Boyer, Kenneth Precise of 53rd wedding anniversary of Mr. and Hanover; John and Michael Mum- Mrs. Ray Michel of Schuylkill Haven per of Northumberland; Mrs. Herman Attending besides the honored guests Clemens, children Timmy and Cindy, were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hatter of iney an attended we Homecoming service in the Tremont Methodist Church on Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Shade Mrs. Robert Wheeler of Jenkin-spent last Saturday in Reading visit- town and Mrs. Jack Witherington of ing Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cleary. Churchville were Sunday guests of Rev. and Mrs. George Hewitt the Kutzer and Thomas families and and daughter of Havertown were Mr and Mrs Richard Hatter are snetriir,; j. ta Paul Eir(.i.Z ,toi rflr,: ,,7" .."hTq. ; Vi" uaus..;i .m. "" thur Weisemann and family nnrf ,.j v,iu .kv ,rfti . " n ue Mrs Lewis Dyer her son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Har- rington of Landisville attended the Homecoming service in the Methodist Church on Sunday morning Mrs Dy- er's late husband was pastor of the Tremont charge 40 years ago Mr and Mrs Lamar Koch and rf0Mr t Ann ot.tonripri a hirt.h. day party in Mtaersville on Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs. Joseph Rowe and children of Pennsville, New Jersey, and Robert Strovinskv visited Mrs. Alex Strovlnsky and daughter Anna Mae over the weekend. Mrs. Philip Slates, sons David Elect Officers Of Newtown Fire Company Auxiliary A meeting of the Newtown Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary was held at the fire house on Tuesday evening with Mrs. Doris Minnichbach presid- Ahnut Uft mnmKon, oMonrla . 1WVUW UW UUIA11UIA4 Officers for the coming year elect- ed are: president, Mrs Doris Min- ... , ww.w.m, Zernhelt; treasurer, Mrs. Esther Ren- 7DHnVuH ... i . .... a r:-. . . V. T,. ninger; secretary, Mrs. Gladys Jefferson. The June Committee nresented Mrs. Esther Renninger with gifts of a Hm- rmlro onri a j9tprmsl(m flnot in honor of having been elected as treasurer for the 8th successive year. ch x-ik oaie was utiu uciwc the meeting and a trip was planned to Atlantic City for August. The "kitty" donated by Mrs. Ruth Mack was won by Mrs. Martha Wilson. Flag Day decorations were used on the tables. FALLS FROM PONY, FRACTURES WRIST Dale Aungst, six year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dory Aungst of Pine Grove R. D. 3 was hurt while riding a pony on Saturday. The pony balked and Dale fell off and broke his left wrisi. a cast, was uppweu m uie ui- of the bones in the wrist had slipped and it was to be reset jtoday, the lad's mother reports. A man's ability to make excuses is of ten his chief ability. " - " " I 1 ' VUU uu vu UJ Kyuuui u " - ' ltlltUU.C CW1U V1CI Ul UUC iJIIUIllJV.C;, VJ1 If Will T"l f H, 06 II f f f'.Sl 1V T()T eVerV ....... , bwb..n.u ... - - - J . . , . ... . y. . f . y pensary of the Pottsville Hospital. Zerbe and the assistant plant man- Lengle, Lois Butler, Mary Jo 27 Clay St., Tremont, to change their member-church of ha communitv to outgoing president, with the past lit, IN I A KA Obit has since been discovered some ager, Michael Berg. Schwalm, Debbie Huber visited Mr. family name. h tnHiirf,mi tm if rv president's lapel pin. In brief re- At the meeting of the Tremont Published Every Thursday In Tremont, Pa. Mae A. Bashore, Publisher and Editor (1929-1960) Helen P. Miller, Publisher and Editor 695-3175 Pine Grove: 345-3611 at the Post Office, Tremont, Pa. Advance. Single copy: Ten Cents. EDITORIAL Tremont; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sneddon and dauehter LouLsp of Bethlehem. , attended the Homecoming service in , . 311(1 Mzs" Ralpn Mack of Harrisburg visited on Thursday eve- nine with Mrs. Esther Mack. . j ..... joiin iev or lvutrviana visiea over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. David Ihman. Lawrence Straub of MillersvUle spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Straub. ivir. ana ivirs. oiiiuira wise oi Friedensburg are spending the week with Mrs. Wise's parents Mr. and Mrs. Gumey Seitz. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Browne returned home on Friday after a two - weeks vacation in Daytona Beach, Florida. Thomas Lemke, student at Wake Forest College, Winston-Salem, N. C. returned home on Tuesday of last wees ior wie summer vacation, ne left today for six weeks of ROTC summer training at Camp Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, North Carolina. "Tension" Theme Of Ravine Lutheran Women's Program The United Lutheran Church Women of St. Matthew's Church, Ra vine, met in the church basement ltiat ' v h 9, m(,mWs .tuino . The topic for discussion was "The Christian nj Teinn" onH, , .. sented b Sara Culhen and Dorothy naves " Short illustrations of the topic were presented by Katherine Becker, Ruth Schaeffer, Joyce Zimmerman, Leah oi i. ' th t ' T . rZ S,J . . ' "" ' gan and Anna Knapp. FoUowin the reading by Ruth Scifaeffer a short business meeting was held. Hostess.es for th social hour were Elsie Archer and Ruth Schaeffer. For the July 24 meeting the group will have a weiner roast at the home of Sara Culbert. CHURCH MEN ON TOUR OF PLANT The Christian Brotherhood of St. Peter's United Church of Christ. Pine Grove, toured the Gold Mills Manu- facturtag plant in Pine Grove on Thursday evening. ine tour was airectea Dy Stuart After the tour, a fellowship hour was held in the church social rooms, The next meeting will be an out- door meeting and will be held at Camp Pine Grove oni July 11, ut 0:00 p. m. l oilf in " nnX fit 1 4 fJtillli It I l- 1 V f I if'Wr-T 1 1 1 l j - t i J' m In a little home in Philadelphia the ideas of several American patriots were made a reality by the nimble fingered seamstress, Betsy Ross, and a flag was born, emblem of a nation that was in the process of formation. It was a beautiful emblem and it came to mean much to the oppressed ; to those seeking a land where there would be opportunity for all. The Nation that flag symbolizes has had many trials and has faced grave perils. It has had other things besides armed might to sustain it. Its leaders have relied upon prayer. Washington at Valley Forge, Lincoln after Antietam, prayed and the Nation came through. If prayers availed in the past they will serve in these critical times. It is with grateful hearts, with high pride and humble supplications for guidance that American patriots will fly our glorious Stars and Stripes thi. Flag Day, June 14. Hello, World! levArrivals ZIMMERMAN Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zimmerman; Pine Grove R u. i, announce the ZL" "L a J"1' -uielr lust cnua- on birth or a son, tneir iirst cnild. iiiuijuny, June o fotisviue ios- pital The mother is the former " ciauuette woue. AUlUSl Born to Mr. and Mrs Arthur f"nge UI?e ; u- a aauSh" a 4 T, - . . . " The mother is the former Grace Behm. MADENFORD Bom to Mr. anr) Mrs. Mallm Ma. T " , . aeiuora. ocnooi Hireet. fine firnve. a dauehter. Melissa Maureen lvr. denford. Ma v ai thir thirH t PottsviUe Hospital. The mother' is the former Miriam Morgan. DEICHERT ivir. ana ivirs. jonn ueicnert, Pine Grove R. D. announce the birth of a daughter, Jane Marie Deichort, on Sunda.7, June 9, at Good Samaritan Hospitel, Lebanon. The mother is the former Patricia Deaven. KUTZ Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kutz, Pine Grove R. D. 2, a daughter, their fourth child on Monday, June 10 at Pottsville Hospital. The mother is the lormer aieiannie isataie CHRIST Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Christ, Pine Grove R. D. 1 announce the birth of a son, David Lee, their first child, on Sunday, June 9 at Good Samaritart Hospital. The mother is the former Susan Hoffman n t , L Ty Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Renrunger, n? ?Hmt Sb Tremont announce "ie .lU'1tlX,0f,a,d?i'ghter,',Elaine ,Ma .c i.:u iiioi, umu, un iviunuay, o ujic d, ta pottsvme Hospitai.vThe mother the former Thelma Mack. Mrs. D,,(h UaA nt IVomnnl ir V, Ruth Mack of Tremont is the ma- temal grandmother and Mr. and Mrs. jymiat" ntager of Fullerton are . . . ... tj.. . v . . .o. r,... i. SCIIAEFFER fUI" M fvt- an ns- wiuiam Schaeffer, 233 W. Center St., Don- aldson. a son. their first child, on Wednesday, June 5, in PottsvUle Hos- nitnl Tho mnfhpi. i- h. rnmis. Do pital. The mother is tlie former Pa WcJa Boyer. daughter of Mr. and Truman Boyer of Donaldson. Sweet Arrow Lake Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Kint. zel Sr. were,. Mrs. Karl Krammes- and son Joey, John Keefer, Mrs. William Warner, Mrs. Amnion Stump and daughter Linda, Mrs. Alvin Morgan, Michael Harris. homf KMtZanHSMrsViS Kinttl home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kintzel Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wlldemuth, Mr. and Mrs. William Lengle and Mary Jo Schwalm visited Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lengle. uaveine and Mrs- Sterling Strouphauer and family. A real friend never gets in your way unless you happen to be on the way down. A Flag Is Born Tremont Teacher Wins National Science Award Dr. Marvin E. KaufTman, Director of Franklin and Marshall Earth Sci- TtiH.t i.n.t.P hal nounced that William H. ' Rissinger, nf Tremnnt memher of the Tremnnt TTio-h ar.hl fofiiltu Vine hoon ' awarded National Science Found- Over 500 teachers applied for the ... , , ; i; f.i.suPfnaf, aJ?"atS. . - ux -s" . j HUVUV teachers of Science and Mathematics ovc ho notion summtrinstitute nroeram of created m recognition oi tne import- ant role of high school and college teachers in developing scientific manpower potential. The institutes ti ,1.. are ucojKneu iu M,ieueuicu wic auu- iect matter competence of Science and Mathematics teachers. Mr. Rissinger will be attending the institute for eight weeks starting on July 8 and will commute to Lan- easier. Rissinger, who teaches Biology and General Science at Tremont High School, is a graduate of Mahanoy City High School, class of 1957 and a 1961 graduate of Kutztown State Colleee where he received his Bach- elor of Science in Education. He, his wife Kaye and daughter Lisa Anne live at 14 West Main Street, Tremont. Pii-it flrnvp Pof nr L 1Ile ir Returned By T1TTn fciUli COnterenCe Rev. Howard Souder was reassigned to St. Paul's Evangelical United Brethren Church Pine Grove by the East Pennsylvania Conference held last week in Hummelstown and at A1hrii, rolleee Readine thA Anfprpnr "rv soud- B , aiht r. CI "6'"' " dained in a special service. ; were these members of St. Paul's Church, Pine Grove: Rev. and Mrs. Souder. Paul I, Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. w-nrl Knnnn Alvin a. Schwalm. Mrs. Mary ClaFk and Miss Florence ?ae? ' . Z-?"J'?: TJ..,.,.l A r,.ir,.l, onrt rioimh- ter OI TOV. auu JYlia. auuuci, ivu . nuu pa'S' at0Tttended Mrs. Kenneth Wilkinson, of Ambler, Sf ifvct wniiu wnR t.hP nfim. r fnlp. pnp m-nvp ntnrs "g t rPP 3 nr important Conference posts. Dr Harry Zechman of the Derry Street Church, Harrisburg, being selected as Executive Secretary of Evangelism, and Dr. W. E. Deibler of Salome Church, Columbia, became the Con- ference Secretary. Both formerly ser vea as p.u,i,on, ul dl. rum s ' FILE PETITION FOR CHANfJE OF NAME . A petition has been filed by John ucnance and Oertrude Lichance, of Then petition, filed by Atty. Charles L prank, asks the family name be changed to Laconls. President Judge James J. Curran has set July 8 as the hearing dute on the petition. OBITUARIES XConttnuea mom rage One) Hattie R. Fehr; two sons, Harold E. and . art L.; one , ster, Mrs. Flor- ence Morgan, Pme Grove R. D 2; two brothers, Foster Frantz of Pme rovLB- D- 2- md Myles oi Plne Grove. t t; ,. . l . l. . . 1 . i, : r A"" tu ""u uiuj noon from the H. L. Snyder Funeral Home, Pine Grove. The Rev. John TP . nnnfn f O . , 1 T I ....... 1 ' E Youse uuieiaii oiiuicn omciaiea ai uie Bcivuxa. iiiLtMii ri . whk ill i.iif services. Interment was made in the Schuvlkill Memorial Park. Schuvl- kill Haven. iifnc! t? a I!avi.'I i'liikj. J, J. WlliH Mrs. Elizabeth A. Boyer 84 of East ounuay eve- ning at the home of her son-in-law ad daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fisher, of 310 East Market Street, Oral urshlirtr --- . resiaenc oi urwigsDurg ior bu years, she was the daughter of the late Frank and Mary Brown Schweigert. Her husband, Elvin E. Byer, died April 17, 1952 n IT o' Mrs. a oyer was a member of St. Jhn s United Church of Christ and a member of the Women's Guild. Surviving are her daughter, Marie, of Joseph Fisher, with whom aae "veu. anu.&everm nieces ana nephews. Her funeral was held this afternoon, Thursday, from Lundbye Funeral Home, Orwigsburg. Rev. Jonathan P. Albright, pastor of St. John's United Church of Christ, officiated. Interment was made in the Salem Evangelical United Brethren Cemetery, Orwigsburg. Donaldson WSCS Pane CK Col J111 olilj OctlC The Donaldson Methodist WSCS a' home of Mrs. Karlyn Al- iilr " xueauay evening. The lesson topic was "The Church Versus Crime and Delinquency" ti ... , i . o..w c Plans were made for a Sub Sale on Wednesday. June 26. Refreshments were served by the nt . m ... .o ... ., ,e next nieeuiig win os i lne nomel 01 waotm we: s- ' "4U WM.mni. UOriS Willi' gang. Mrs. Marian Morgan. Mrs. Earl r,, niil! Herrine. Mrs. Millie Barrv. Mrs. Hannah Surfield, Mrs. Ruth Erdman, 1V"S- jjuiBci, mia. ounii namn, k m m l t-i irun i t- iviio. xjuiv.uy uiayci oim uic siuaicao Mrs. Karlyn Altar. Oppl rp Orp-nni OtCK 1U KJr&aniLC pjne (JrOVe Girls ' , , bOttball LeagTUe a mpptinm nf all nprsons lntprpfpd inrgan! a 5 taSSS SofTbaU ,m u Lu i, rinv at n'olnnV at. at .Inhn's Lutheran Church, Pine Grove. i," i u ' . area arP ureed to send a reDrestnta- tive to this meeting. it wm nnt hp np.a tnr emro those interested will be divided into teams ' Most people find it a lot easier to talk than to . think. FOR SALE FOR SALE Late Cabbage Plants. Henry Gibson, Pine Grove R. D. 1 (Suedberg). ONE DAY SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS SATURDAY, JUNE 15 Starting at 10:00 A. M. Frigidaire Electric Range, GE Re- frigerator, Living Room Chair, One Straight Bedroom Chair, Coffee Ta- ble, Mirror, Pressure Cooker, Uten sils, Dishes, Clothes Hamper. Mrs. Fred Constantine, 14 S. Crescent 'St., Tremont. 695-2331. GOOD USED APPLIANCES One 20" and one 30" automatic electric ranges; self-defrosting refrigerators; 12 cu. ft. food freezer. All appliances sold with written guarantee. Come and see them at Mayer & Kehler, Valley View. FOR SALE Bird Dog Puppies, English Setters, good hunters. Phone 345-5502. 6-6-tfn FOR SALE Ironrite ironer, $100; Olson rug, grey and green tweed, 12'xll', $40; both like new. Glider, $30; rocker, chair, end table, flower planter. Howard J. Klinger, Suedberg. 6-6-2t FOR SALE Beautiful antiques and property at 210 E. Main St., Tremont. Stoker heat, storm windows, all conveniences. Contact Miss Anna M. Salen, 221 Carbon St., Weatherly, Pa. Phone 427-8141. 6-6-2t FOR SALE Twin laundry tubs with casters. Ray Runkle, Phone 695-3424. 6-6-2t SPINET PIANO BARGAIN Wanted: Responsible party to take over low monthly payments on a spinet piano. Can be seen locally. Write Credit Manager, P. O. Box 35, Cortland, Ohio. 5-29-4t You used others. Now use the best. LIQUID GLASS AUTO POLISH. Phone 695-3556. Ray Thomas, salesman. 5-9-tfn LOWEST DISCOUNT PRICES GENERAL ELECTRIC APPT.TANHRR Save 20 to 50 on all GE APPLI- ANCES, TV, and STEREO. Deluxe GE 40" range with 2 ovens, $149.88. GE 2-speed 2-cycle automatic washer, GE 12 lb. automatic washer with "Mini-Wash", now only $228.00. GE 18.8 cu. ft. frost-free ref., GE's best, i tncnn twfohu, HiHr r $129.00. GE stereo, $129.00. cook-top range, $89.00. GE freezers, pint and fattest , anywhere. "M"" c Tr .c.r.o POTTSVILLE TAMAQUA S,on,n KfiaJwwn um-au " Open Every Night Till 9:00 P. M. Except Monday and Saturday ,5-16-tm f-,T- OAIT? U..nlIIQ Mo,,, on1 ruiL iiuiiiciinc n- yv n.iu used Dower saws, new and used lawn mowers. Repairs on all makes, Water pump sales and service. Steam Cleaner Sales and Rentals. C P. Long, Inc., Phone TO 5-5582, Lick- Pa. 11-23-tln REAL ESTATE IIATTC-P OAII? R vnrvmo all duuojj i vn. .u. conveniences, m Donaldson. Appiy 231 Philadelphia St., Donaldson. phone 695-3961. mmmmk 6-13-3t 100 Plus Location Storeroom! 25 N. Centre St. IN POTTSVILLE'S MOST ACTIVE BLOCK NEXT DOOR TO "MILLARD SHOP" - "PARAMOUNT SHOES' Approximately 20' x 50' with Finished Selling Basement. Good Front. 2 Show Windows, 10' deep. Free 5'2-Ton Air Conditioning Unit. Ideal: BRIDAL SHOP - MILLINERY (None on Centre Street!) GIFTS - LUGGAGE - FABRICS '- SEWING CENTER - GIRLS & BOYS' APPAREL - MUSICAL, RECORDS Free Steam Heat & Hot Water. LOW TERM LEASE RENTAL. Apply ROBERT S. BASHORE or Own Broker 209 Thompson BIdg., Pottsville, Pa. Install Of ficerS f Tromnnt T.inn TVT:1, ,lt11 tC1 Tremont Lions Club had its Char ter Night program and Ladies Night tr Mioht. nriwnm and Ladies NlKtl on Monday evening at the American T nrt UAma nrhon t hp nftiPPrS CT 6' " a j--- Lion Harry Fisher of Tower City lnstallea tne new omcers, wno are: President, William Eisenacher; first vice president, Carl Zimmerman; sec- ond vice president, Wilbur Brown; third vice president, Richard Min- nig; secretary, Donald Schaeffer; treasurer, Dr. H. M. Keyser; tail twister, Pastor J. Addison Mcintosh; tail twister. William Neid- linger: lion tamer. Joe Brennan as- oioiUiiv iiun wiiiici, I'l"""' er; directors, Nevin Eckier, Robert Hatter, two vears. and John Brown and Albert Ochs, one year. Llon "wight Stine of Tower City, zone unairman, preseniea faui ney marks, Mr. Ney thanked the club members for their support during his term of office. Albert Kutzer served as master of ceremonies. The program featured musical se- FOR RENT FOR RENT Apartment, 3 rooms, WANTED Sewing machine oper-bath, heat and hot water. Call ators for night work, 4:15 to 9:15 345-6081 between 1 and 5 p. m. p. m., steady work. Apply Canoe 6-13-tfn Mfg. Co., Pine Grove. MODERN APARTMENTS FOR RENT Living room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, ceramic tile baths, hardwood floors. Start at $48.50 and ud. Apnlv Dr. Ruth Surfield. 37 W. Main St.. Tremont. 5-23-tfn FOR RENT Four-room apartment with shower, electric stove. Pine Grove. Phone 345-5502. 4-11-tfn OFFICES FOR RENT THOMPSON BUILDING Center & Market Sts POTTSVILLE FINE OFFICES Perfect Janitor Service All Modern Conveniences Reasonable Term Leases Suites or Single Rooms Some Are Semi-Furnished Immediate Possession Inspect! Apply via Own Broker, or ROBERT S. BASHORE Insurance - Real Estate 209 Thompson Blilg. Pottsville CARDS OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to all the friends and rela tives who remembered us so gener- ously with cards, flowers and gilts for mother and baby. Their kind- nesses are greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Madenford u I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to an uie muu friends and relatives ior piayei.-., visits, cards and gifts while I .was hospitalized. Mrs. Mamie Rhen sh to express my f ante i everyone who se nt me cards and gifts an "fhlf while i prayed on my behalf while I was a natient in Warne Hospital. 1VX1S. J.1111C ociii With sincere thanks I express my aDDreciation to all who so kindly re membered me with cards, flowers and visits and a ?ratitude t0.. blood donors, while I was a patient in Pottsville Hospital. Irvin R. Schwartz To all the thoughtful and kind friends and relatives who remem- i , .,; , -,1.. fUmarc ranrl nnrm utr. wii.ri Lruu. Aiuwv. rifts, and to those who visited me while I was a patient I in Pottsville Hospital, I express my sincere thanks and appreciation. Mrs. Martha Schneck t nvtanrl mT ciwprp thanks to everyone wlw remembered me with Xorfo tA icito urhilP T wa? a na- tfent taUTnoneransHotpS. AH we?e greatly appreciated. Thomas Bambrick m . People who expect to have their QWn way must uaVel alone. JEWELRY - FURS, etc. lections after which there was danc- !m ni-Ahni' r M VlllC Door prizes were awarded to Clar- ence is.onr ana ftiue. u ul"lni";"; Robert and David, Mrs. Marvin Mil-the women guests were P"11 er and son Randy, Ronald Freeman with gifts of wax plants. The table and Dule Iluntzingeri ,ocal Cu centerpiece was presented tothe out- SMuU and Dm Motners enjoyed . going presidents wife Mrs. Paul Ney. bus Pniadelpnia Zoo and . M nnrl' Mrs William Eis MI.IHI II II lid WCIC 1VXX. nil" n cner Mr and Mrs Albert Kutzer, . a Mr. and Mrs. uonaia ocnaeuei, m. Verila HalTZ, Carl Zilinniei umu, in . R'bert Kimmei, Mr. and Kussen Hatter, Mr. and Mrs. Nevjn Eckier Mr and Mrs. Clar- ence Konr Di- and Mrs. H. M. Key- Mr ard j. Hilton Eisenacher, and Mrs Harry Fisher, Mr. and M nwieht Stine Mr and Mrs. Lee to Lucl. Mr a'n(j -Mrs. Wilbur T3rwn Mr ndMrs John Brown, nd Richard Minnig, Mr! .m.ii, .ir Pnstar T Aririisnn lVTpTntnKH HOllPlt ilaLier. winiam Neidllnger. FIRE TRUCK TO Fire Company last week plans were made for the Tremont fire truck to participate in a parade to be held in Branchdale during the summer. Other routine businpss was trans- acted. About 15 members attended, HELP WANTED WANTED Housekeeper. Must live in. Good salary. Private room and bath. Call collect after 6 p. in., phone Pottsville 622-6173. 6-6-8t WANT TO BUY WANT TO BUY Antique Furniture, China, Glass, Lamps, Guns, Old Coins, etc. Pay cash. Will call privately. S. L. Schnoke, Shanesville, Penna. Phone 367-9326. 3-21-26 LEGAL ADVERTISING NOTICE TO CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS Applications from Contractors interested in submitting bids for the construction work of BETHLEHEM CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF ALLENTOWN MOST REV. JOSEPH McSHEA, D.D. BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE OF ALLENTOWN All applications should be filed promptly with the Architect, Everett Associates, Registered Architects and Engineers, Commonwealth Building, Allentown, Pennsylvania. Bidding information. General Construction, Plumbing Construction, Heating and Ventilating Construction and Electric Construction Drawings and Specifications will be available to qualified bidders approximately June 18, 19G3. . TAX NOTICE The Tax Resolutions of 1962 which imposed a per capita tax of $5.00 and an occupation tax of 1 have been re-enacted by the Tremont Borough School District under authority of the Act 481, 1947, PL. 1145, as amended, and the same taxes have been imposed f0r the school year beginning July 1. 1963. RICHARD B. RUSSELL Secretary Wia9 mU fUROKM OAJUtfH!9 & CASH'S & SALE REGISTER Administrators" public sale of real estate of the late Harry Rupp will be held Saturday, June 15, at 2:00 p. m. on piemises in Pleasant valiey, Route 443. 1 V, milpS ffist Of Pil1f OrrtUH . - Donald Klinger, Auctioneer. I7'7l7'7'lj,ly nJ l 1L I J1 lIvO clIIQ J0TJE1T NEWS Malickf George Malick of Chester, Bobby Konjarvitch of Glenolden and Ra.p JJ? Va"ey Frge V1Slted local re;atives- . . . , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bhgan visited retativ m Lebanon on Sunday Miss Peggy Gottschall of Mechan- icsburg is vacationing here with Mr., and Mrs. Jake Bordner. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Miller and son Randal visited relatives in New Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Sabatino and daughter Sandra of Hegins visited Mrs. John Jones and family. Mrs. Margaret Houser of Tremont visited Mrs. Ralph Miller on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fortner and family and Mrs. James McClellan visited relatives in Maryland over the weekend. Mrs. Ray Moore and grandchildren Tina and Ralph Rhody visited relatives in Muir. Lisa Ann Miller attended a birthday party in Pottsville on Sunday. Mrs. Margie Jones, Linda and Bruce Jones, Mrs. Shirley Fessler and daughter Jane motored to Hershey on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller visited a relative in Pottsville Hospital on Saturday evening. James McClellan visited his sister Mrs. William Calnon in Schuylkill fcw Charles Haubenstine, son Mrs. Robert Kimniel, sons other places of interest on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Krau.se Jr. ana sons jonn ana Kooeri ot pnua- delphia visited relatives in the Rock area on Sunday, Mrs. Katie Adams and son Herbert and Mrs. Frank Wehry called on Mrs. Ella Swartz and family in Schuylkill Haven, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mra. Lester Brown and son Tommy, Mr and Mrs. George DiU- ler and children of Puie Grove visit- c" au ""r i uoviic ivmuow Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause visited relatives in Orwigsburg on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Krause and daughter Nancy and Denise visited relatives in Temple on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Krause. Mrs. Sadie Krause, Mr. and Mrs. James Krause, of Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brown of Pine Grove attended th graduation of Miss Diane Krause 01 Schuylkill Haven R. D. 2 from Al- bright College in Reading.
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