The Wellsboro Gazette Combined with Mansfield Advertiser from Wellsboro, Pennsylvania on January 3, 1963 · Page 2
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The Wellsboro Gazette Combined with Mansfield Advertiser from Wellsboro, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Wellsboro, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 3, 1963
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"the Friday Club. Obituaries -- Lewis H Priseti Lothiam, Md., formerly of Wells- PAGE TWO THE WELLSBORO CTAZETTE, WELLSBORO, PA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1963 1962 Passes b y . . . (Contirtud From Page" 1) ship at Texas A M ... Warren Spencer is appointed County Chairman ol Law Day USA . . . Tioga County educators attend the" 1962 Curriculum Conference in Harrisburg sponsored by the Department of Public Instruction. Obituaries -- Timothy C. Erway, Mansfield, Ralph W. Memer, Tioga, RD; Robert H. Monks, Wellsboro. APRIL Apr'l 5 -- Announcement is made of a new wing in prospect lor the Green Free Library . . . County Fire Wardens receive awards at Penn Wells Hotel dinner meeting . . . State Conservationist Ivan McKeever addresses a meeting of the Southern Tier Chambers of Commerce . . . The Laurel Festival Committee reports many acceptances coming in for Laurel Queen contest . . James English leceives grant for year's study at Texas A M . . Taynton driver Charles Borden assists State. Police in apprehension of hit and run driver . . . Mrs. Ina Tabor addresses the GOP Women's Council . . . Margaret O'Leary is elected president of the Lycoming-Tioga Deanery Council of Catholic Women . . , The Tioga County Democratic Women's Council receives charter at Mansfield . . Linda Young wins trip to United Natrons in essay contest. Obituaries -- Charles McDowell, Herbert Grant Mansfield, John S Krystoff. Antrim, Mrs Daisy C Ayers, Wellsboro; John L. Freeman, Middlebury. April 12 -- The High School Band goes to Salisbury, Md for concert and week-end . . . The Loggers Association schedules contention at Penn Wells . . . 200 TSy-iff^ Pminfv fhilrlrpn gHpnH Ihp Shnners circus in Kingston . . , The Wellsboro-Charleston ochool Boaid adopts the 1962-63 budget . . . Merrill H Dnnkwine wins Silver Beaver Award in Scouting . . Margaret Deeter PurneM, fanner \\cllsboio teacher, makes news in the current Ladies' Home Journal The Charleston PTA is rated "Exceptional" by the Pennsylvania State Congress of Parent Teacher Associations . The Rev. Bruce Porter 1=; named chairman of the Wellsboro Chaptei of the A m e r i c a n Field Service LI well v n F Butler of Morris w i n s award as A-l corn grower in 29 counties Obituaris --- Mis Ann F Fitld New Yoik Citv formeil.v of W'^lls boro: Olin Price Wellsboro April 19 -- Local churches schc dulc special selvices for Holv \ \ c e k l . o i d Conn* \ Democrats stage countv w i d e cfioit for Kieis'^r Krotzer candidacies . . Merrill H FioariiM is ins'allfd as E m i n e n t Commander of Potter Co'nnu'.i dan No 69 at Coudeispoit ·Thomas A W a l r a t h opeiis J law office at Blo^-burg Airs Shuley Button is chaiged w i t h m i n d e r of her 18 month old daughter . *le\! Paul A Mil'.er Mcar of Si Andrew s Episcopal Church 1 icaa is ordained to the Episcopal priest hood Miss Caroline Nichols s "capped at Reading Hospital School il N u r s i n g Weddings -- Miss Bcatric: J Jones of Osvvajo Pd to lames B MOSSQ. Ob'tuaries -- M i s E\ a L Heff ncr Skaneuteles N Y foimerlv of \\cllsboro W i l l i a m \ VanHcrn of Moi i I'-v i l l e \ ,J iorrmrK :f Wi'Il-boro. Robert E Brjv Cloir w a t e r Plj f o r m e i h of \\ elNboro M i s C L i d 11 S m i t h Wellsboro. C h a r l e s II L.iPoint M u l d l e b u r v , \ \ i l l i a i n R P e t t i c i e w 1io»a April 26 -- Slephen McCann dindi'ldte for l i e u t e n a n t governor, a.1th c'·si-., the 1 io2d County Demo c i a t s at dinnci at Penn Wells Hotel K e n n e t h Blackman. for mer'v of Wellshoro has successful C d i n i . i l t r a n s p l a n t The Tioga C o u n t v School Board adopts a school i c o r c a m / d t i o i i plan to sub- m i t in Han.-.Hi: a Band Moth- cr= pl.m e n t e r t a i n m e n t foi Sahs b u i v Md Hi«h School Band The ( hamber of Commerce ask = cit 171-n opinion on change of Main Strei t boule\,mK Kenneth M Spencer it-cones Professional En g i n e r r ^ License f i o m Dcparlmcnl of Public I n s t r u c t i o n at Harris burg Companv A 103rd Medical Bjtt.ilion 28th Division PNG of Mnn.sfiold receives r a t i n g of "EvciHrnl ' Lrshe R W a t k i n s ol L i t t l e Marsh is chosen to head Bm Scout expedition to Cimarron N. M. MAY May 3 -- Wdhboro Lion' Club ai e hosts In '/.one C Lions . Carol Pal\o recci\cs pme for essay or ' Kniploy the Handicapped" . . Harry Bnicklacher receives Scout Scholarship for Training School . . . Merrill H Dnnkwirir of Wells Loro aiid John M Lucy of A1hen« receive Silver Eagle I5oy Seoul Award . . Miss Holla Uostwick of Eikland is elected prcsiden) of Pi Chapter of Delta Kappa Kamma . . . Salisbury. Md . and Wellsboro Charleston High School Bands give a Saturday night concert at fhc Senior High School Auditorium . . . Fire al the Chailes Hallock home is caused In faulty wiring . . . St Peter's Altar and Rosary Society "adopts" a Korean child . . . Mrs Louis Fox is elected president of boro; Alfred A. Shrader, Cresson, formerly of Wellsboro; Emma I. Gerow, Milferton, formerly of Wellsboro; Mrs. Lena Irwin, Wellsboro RD 3; Harry A. Yoder, Wellsboro RD 6; Thomas L. Higley, Roaring Branch; George H. Lloyd, Morris. May 10 -- L. R. Rousseau, local office manager for Dresser, is promoted to Plant Accountant for the M H Valve Company, a Dresser company located in Anniston, Ala. . . . The Borden Company moves into newly constructed offices at the Wellsboro plant . . . The Tioga County Firemen's Ambulance Association is formed for better service through cooperation . . . Mrs. Phyllis Smith is installed as Worthy Matron of Mary Wells Chapter O. E. S . . . Donald Clark, formerly of Wellsboro, is elected as officer in CIRCO, the recently formed Cancer International Research Cooperative . . . A parade open the Little League baseball season . . John Winter is chosen District Governor by Lions Clubs. Weddings -- Mrs. Frances Robertson to Nelson Abernathy. Obituaries -- Mrs Bessie Drinkwine, Wellsboro; Homer F. Cox, Fort Dodge, Iowa, . formerly of Wellsboro. May 17 ·-- Warren H. Spencer wins Republican nomination for General Assembly . Willis Democratic candidates' win «in primaries . . . Theodore Weld is appointed manager of Commonwealth Telephone Company's Wellsboro District . . . Mrs Charlotte Dusinberre is named chairman of League of Women Voters' Council in Susquehanna Basin . . . Max Villohe evaluates his year in the Wellsboro Schools . . . Mrs Shirley Ann Button is sent to Muncy Industrial School . . . National Honor Society students are inducted . . Nanc\. Knapp enlists m the Waves Weddings -- Miss Sandra Ben- ·son-of Blossburg to Lylc Edward Cook of Painted Post, N. Y ; Miss Jane Ann Smith to Thomas Bubacz, both of Blossburg; Miss Ann Evelyn Logan of Mansfield RD 1 to Edgai John Mengee, of Wellsboro RD 6. Obituaries -- John Evans, Gary. Ind , formerly of Blossburg, Welcome F. Davis, Harry W. Bradshaw. Lawrencevjlle, Herbert Lee Wetmore, Mrs. Cora G. Campbell, Wellsboro, Charles F Erway, Wellsboro RD 2, William Cook. Middlebury Center; William W Hanson Mount Penn, formerly of Arnot: Ralph Taylor, Mansfield. May 24 -- The veterans announce plans for Memorial Daj observance Pastor Ronald Neall of the j Seventh Day Adventist Church is I ordained at Blue Mountain Acad- I emy Dr Don McGarej of Penn svlvama State College addresses the top third of the We'lsboro Charleston graduating class at Recognition Banquet . WNBT presents Laurel Queen crown and sceptre to Miss Marian Benjamin s permanent possession ot Wellsboro Chamber of Commerce . Miss Maiy Dwver former! of Antrim and Wellsboro, retires after 42 years of service in Toledo, D. schools . . . Patricia Cumiskey is May Queen at St. Peter's . . . Women of Wellsboro Archdeaconry (Episcopal) meet at St. James' Church, Mansfield . . .. Lamont Satterly and Dale Watkins appear in "Brigadoon" at Mansfield State College. Weddings -- Miss Ellen Carlson to Joseph White. Obituaries -- F. M. Whitaker,' Sabinsville; Mrs. June "B. Reep, Lawrenceville; Paul Harvey, Tioga; Mrs. Effie V. Carlson, Morris Run, Mrs. Helen K. Bancock, Blossburg; Mrs. Charlotte Heminger, Lysock, formerly of Williamsport and Wellsboro; Mrs. Sadie Goodspeed, Mansfield. May 31 -- State Chairman Otis B, Morse addresses Tioga County Democrats at Legion Building . . . Scott Jenkins of Blossburg loses life in car accident . . . The Rev. William Burke of St. Andrew's Church, Blossburg, celebrates the 25th anniversary of his ordination to the Catholic priesthood . . . The annual Alumni Banquet attracts 350 to the Wellsboro-Charleston High School gymnasium . . . Mrs. John Shumway is named president of the Junior Band Mothers . . . Mr. and Mrs. John McNaney of Mansfield celebrate their Silver Wedding anniversary. Obituaries -- Scott Jenkins, Blossburg; Harold M. Kimball. Ralph A. Monks, Mrs. Kittie R Bailey, Arthur Cambers, Wellsboro; Mrs. Mary L. Donath, Wellsboro RD 5; Clara D, Turnquist, Rochester, N. Y , formerly of Wellsboro, Miss Helen M. Fox, Canton, Pa., formerly of Wellsboro. JUNE June 7 -- Orville Dickerson of Mansfield is elected president of the Tioga County Ambulance Association . . . The Rev. Ronald Neall is injured in an automobile ncci oem ."."Mr ana Mrs. .rrea wesi celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary . . . The H W Taynton Company, Inc. announces scholarship plan to begin m 1963 . D.A R. State Regent Mrs. Charlotte- Sayre of Erie is the guest of the Wellsboro Chapter . . . The Rev Gordon Abrams of the First Baptist Church delivers the Baccalaureate sermon on "Adding Life to Your Years" . . . Oliver Smith, formerly of Wellsboro, wins. "Distinguished Alumnus Award" at Penn State . . . Wellsboro Merchants have successful Sidewalk Sale. Weddings -- Miss Muriel J. LeVan to Arlan G. Keller of Harrisburg; Miss Dianna Owlett of Os ceola to Richard Novvak of Blossburg. Obituaries -- Walter T. Wilkinson, Wellsboro; Michael J. Smith of Brooklyn, N. Y , tomcily of Wellsboro, Mrs Mazie Schaa 7 " Akron, Ohio, formerly of Gennania, Mrs Imogenc Kern. Dolecville N Y. June 14 -- Mr and Mrs Robert Mudge are fired from superinten- dencj at Broad Acres The Rev Erwin Bennett of Buffalo is assigned as pastor of the Wellsboro First- Methodist Church . . . The Rev. Edward T. Read goes to Webster, N. Y. . , . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Venturia are overcome by gas in their home . . . The Rev. Gordon Abrams receives the Rosa 0. Hall Award for "Town and Country" service . . . Mr. and Mrs. James B. Roberts observe their 50th wedding anniversary . -. . Senator Hugh Scott accepts invitation to crowr State Laurel Queen . . . Barn burns on Oscar Hamm property . . . The state recommends elimination of Main Street boulevards . . . .Or Thomas McDormand of Easten Baptist Theological Seminary i. slated to preach the Laurel Festi val sermon . . . John Olmsted * named associate pastor of Firs Methodist Church at Independence Mo. . - . Episcopal children of Tio ga and Potter Counties presen Mite offering at Brookland, Weddings -- Miss Janice M. Pow ers to Donald A. Cunningham o Temple, Texas. Obituaries -- John C. Boinsk of Biossburg. June 21 -- Kevin Vance, 2, o' Lawrenceville loses life when run over by station wagon . . . Rev Edward T. Read is given farewel reception before going to Webster, N. Y. . . . The annual snake hunt at Morris attracts 150 contestants . . . Mrs. Dorothy Scudder is ekct- ed president of the American Le gion Auxiliary . . . Richard A Howe of Ulysses is appointed to a position with the First National Bank at Mansfield . . . Girl Scout Troop 293 goes to New York . . John Mahosky of Arnot is elected Commander of District 15 VFW . . . Ronald Desrocfre beeomes^flfiw manager of the J. J. Ne"wb"erry Wellsboro Store . . Van Bureji Vance of Blossburg dies of ies received in car crash. Weddings -- Miss Elaine C. terson to Ronnie Marn Milher of Wilmington, Del; Miss Norma N Darhng to Philip E. Holt both of Bay Shore, L I , Miss LaVonne M. Roland to Howard Clinton Carpenter, both of Green Bay, Wis., Mrs Geraldine Young to Sherman Kur- hn of Shamokin Dam; Miss Brenda J. Root of Morris to William H Dinmson of Liberty; Miss Roberta Hart to Tony Chiesa of Ithaea, N.Y Obituaries ·-- Kevin Vance. Lawrenceville; Miss Bessie Fuller Wellsboro; Mrs. Alma B Gee Crooked Creek; Miss Harriet 33? Monks, Middlebury Center, W Henry Grumme, Bethlehem, Van Buren Clark, Blossburg. June 28 -- Ground is broken for a 70 acre lake riear Westfield . Miss Kay Hostesser of Shippensburg is chosen State Laurel Queen for 1962 . . Max Villone, visiting foreign student, leaves for bus trip and his home in Naples, Italv . . Tioga County Democrats ?lect Paul Willis of Covington countv chairman . . The Wellsboro Min- istenum gives a farewell luncheon for re-assigned Methodist ministers The Rev Milton T. Vahe.v is transferred from Elkland to the Middlebury Methodist churches . . . Jerry Ann Penno of Mansfield accepts a position with the National Aeronautical Space Administration . . . Capt. MaryC. Fuller of the U. S, Air Force, whose home is in Middlebury Center, is assigned to an aerpmedieal evacuation squadron in'Japan. Weddings *-- Miss Constance A, Schneider of Morris to Lester G. Barker of Jersey Shore; Miss Kay Ann Tauschef to Gerard. R. Dobson of Sarasota, Fla.; Miss Barbara Higley of Mansfield to James' R Cron of Athens. Obituaries -- Allen W. Jones, luffalo, N. Y., formerly of Wellsboro; Mrs. Ruth T. Clark, Wellsboro RD 2; Mrs. Maude A. Ca'dy, Mansfield; Mrs. Emma Watterman Francis Vroman, Blossburg; Her- ·nan VanValkenburg, Milwaukee,, Wis., formerly of Wellsboro. JULY July 5 -- The Jens Jorgensens sail for, visit in Denmark . . . Mrs Thomas Hawk is hospitalized after car crash . . . Miss Diane Gillespie of Mansfield is named Miss Milkmaid 1962 . .,'. Fire does POO damage to chicken Chouse on Harry Leach farm . . . Ronald E. Marvin enters West Point . '. . Percy A. Coles is named president of the First National Bank of Marisfield . . Dr. Richard F. Murphy, veterinarian, begins practice in Wells boro . . . John Webster is elected oresident of the Philadelphia Chaper of the Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters for-1962-"63 . '. . Golden J!y«dding anniversaries are'atgd'liy Mr and Mrs. Truman Walbrtdge of Stony Fork; Mr and Mrs. Ray Wetherbee, Wellsboro, and Mr and Mrs. John E. Baynes, Mans- Store to John Linck of Philadel- field. We're Taking Stock Now . . . Getting Ready for Our ANNUAL STOREWIDE SALE THE BIGGEST EVENT OF THE YEAR! SHOP and SAVE HI . . . NEWSPAPER! FINESILVER'S "RELIABLE AS STERLING" The Fifth Avenue Store on Main Streel MANSFIELD, PA; County's _S Weddings -- Miss Mary H. Hamilton,'Newark, N. Y, to James D. McDonald, Erie, Pa.; Miss Grace S. Prevost to Alvin V. Shoemaker, Somerset, Pa ; Miss Sandra Weller ;o Lynn R. Sherman, both of Blossburg; Miss Marie Kink Hayward to Gerald L. Collins, both of Richmond, Va. Obituaries -- Mrs. Lucy K. Jones, Millerton; Jack Berger, Wellsboro RD; Edward Swartley, Morris RD 1; Robert T. Ives, Coral Gables, Fla., formerly of Wellsboro. July 12 -- Tioga County is declared a drought disaster area . . . Tioga County Democrats announce availability of scholarship for worthy student.. . The Borough Council endorses dams proposed for local area . . . Jane Marty enrolls at Rutgers . . . Crooked Creek celebrates Old Home Day . . . Richard Gill of Harrison Valley is drowned at North Fork Dam . .. Allen Jones of Wellsboro becomes executive- secretary of the State Committee on Problems of the Deaf. Weddings -- Miss Darlene K. Covert to Paul W. Webster; Miss Jacquelyn Gross to Stephen T Strickland of Wysox, Pa. Obituaries -- Richard Gill, Harrison Valley; Edward J. Farr, Tunkhannock; Mrs. Jessie A. Powers, Winter Park, Fla.; William Atkinson, -Watkins Glen, formerly of Morris Run; Walter laneski Czerneski, Irving S. Warfle, Wellsboro; Abe Williammee, Jr., Morris, George E. Murphy, Danville, Ky., formerly of Corning. Juty 19 -- The Gazette begins a review of its 87 year history William Suhr sells the Focht Sporting Goods and Cut Rate Drug phia . .. Fire on the farm of Albert Bocktis destroys valuable hay . . . Dr. Alfred Trescott, M. D. is elected to membership in the American College of Radiology Labor Arbitrator James 'Blair upholds Eberle Tanning Company in disciplinary action Republican gubernatorial candidate William W. Scranton visits Wellsboro. . . Erma Clark and John Mahosky are installed in V.F.W. offices at Philadelphia Conference . . . '''our Marsh Creek dams are approved by area officials school gets underway Summer lerton. students . . . Nancy Marie Knapp completes training at Bai abridge Center . . . Capt. Robert G. -Ferguson of Wellsboro accomplishes an air-to-air refueling'hook'up . . . Mrs. Leora Jones is honored on 90th birthday, Weddings -- Mrs. Lillian Grace Love to Jack Larrison. Obituaries -- George E. Hanscn of Elmira, formerly of Arnot; Mrs. Vera Stebtyns, Wellsboro; Bernard G. Ross, Corning, N. Y.; Joseph B Lewis, Nahunta, Ga., formerly of Wellsboro; Albert W. Lewis, Mil- with 75 (Continued Next Week) Movies Showing at the TWAIN THEATRE - Mansfield, Pa. Phone 110 Children 25c Adults 55c Thurs., Fri. Sat., January 3-4,5 at 7 9 p. m. Walt Disney's "LEGEND OF LOBO"--Color . and "ISLANDS OF THE SEA" \ Johnny's Kiddie Show Sat. 2 p. m. "Legend of Lobo" Sunday, Monday Tuesday, Jan. 6-7-8 at 7 9 p. m. "IF A MAN ANSWERS"--Color SANDRA DEE--BOBBY DARRIN--STEPHANIE POWERS Wednesday, January 9--One Day Only--7 9 p. m. First of Operetta Series "ROSE MARIE"--Cinemascope--Color gala gifting next year -.'"4, Join the Most Popular Christmas Club in Tioga County O v e r 1 1 A A People Received More Than $100,000 for Christmas Spending This Year! V,: k ?'" Play it smart now, and you'll find it easy to play Santa next Christmas! Just join our 1963 Christmas Savings Club, and lay a little aside each week. Join One of These Classes NOW! $ .25 per week and receive $ 12.50 $ .50 per week and receive $ 25.00 $1.00 per week and receive $ 50.00 $2.00 per week and receive $100.00 $3.00 per week and receive $150.00 $5.00 per week and receive $250.00 $10.00 per week and receive $500.00 Tioga County Savings Trust Co. WELLSBORO, PENNSYLVANIA '.. v. ' ' · - , - - · ,, MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION iWSPAPEM

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