North Hills News Record from North Hills, Pennsylvania on October 29, 1969 · Page 19
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North Hills News Record from North Hills, Pennsylvania · Page 19

North Hills, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, October 29, 1969
Page 19
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Ohio Township candidate and wife are parents of their 4th daughter )arrolR Smith of 1143 Aaron Dean Singleton ' pound, 1V Z ounce daug 1, Ohio Township, are . _,. . Renee, born at Subur fourth daughter born \^Qflf ClUu Mr and Mrs - Clarence Singleton of Hospital Oct. 22,1969. in Suburban General «*·**· " ^ ~"~ 320 Chester Ave., Ross, are parents of a II is the couple's first c · i W ^ ^ * · · · » · · » » · · · ^ ^ _ _ _ f*?_r*r\r*f\v\rif£mtfi O V A \A WEDNESDAY, OCT. 29, 1969--NEWS-RECORD--19 Mr. and Mrs. Carrol R Smith of 1143 Mount Nebo Road, Ohio Township, are parents of their fourth daughter born Saturday, Oct. 18, in Suburban General Hospital. Debra Pearl weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces. Her sisters are Carolyn, 21, Barbara, 15, and Nancy 9. GrahapaTents-arr~Mrs. T5avid L Bise of Clarksburg, W. Va., and Mrs. Virginia Allman of West Union, W. Va Smith is a candidate for auditor in Ohio Township. The family attends Mount Nebo United Presbyterian Church, where Mrs. Smith is a member of the Women's Association. Arthur AHenHickler Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hickler Jr. of 411 Cornell Aye., West View, are parents of their first child, a son born Sunday, Oct. 19, 1969, in Suburban General Hospital. Arthur Allen weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Michael Russo of 8 Ocenas Drive, Ross, and Mrs. Stella Hickler of Jefferson Avenue, Bellevue. Stanley Plitzga of Chester Avenue, Avalon, is the great-grandfather. Jennifer Ann Clifton Mr. and Mrs. John A. Clifton of 3261 Babcock Vlvd,, Ross, are parents of their first child, a daughter, born Monday, Oct. 20, 1969, in Passavant Hospital Jennifer Ann weighed 7 pounds, 11 Vz ounces. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Joseph F. Remhart of 1119 Woodland Ave., Brighton Heights, and Mrs. H. P. Clifton of 134 N. Sprague Ave , Bellevue. Mrs. Ida Maloy of 2822 Shadeland Ave , Brighton Heights, and Mrs Anna S c h a r t u n g of D a w s o n A v e n u e , Bellevue, are the great-grandmothers Michael David Gran Mr. and Mrs James Francis Grau Sr. of 150 N.^Fremont Ave., Ross, parents of a son born Monday, Oct. 20, 1969, in Suburban General Hospital Michael David weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce. He is a brother for James Francis Jr ,5, and Cheryl Lynn, 3 __ Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Blackman of Platteville, Wis , and Mrs. Rame Hennemen of East End Mrs Roger Davies of Blacksburg, Va., is the great-grandmother. William David Winner Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Winner of Buttermilk Lane, Bradford Woods, are parents of a son born Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1969, in Passavant Hospital. William David weighed 6 pounds, 5 ounces He is a brother for Mike, 10, Jimmy, 9, and Sandra Lee, 6 Grandparents are Mrs William Potter of Mornstown, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs Ralph A. Winner of 741 Perry Highway, Ross. Mrs. Winner is recording secretary , of Perry Highland Junior Women's Club. Scott Stephen Sramek Mr and Mrs Thomas Frederick Sramek of 203 Hillendale Road, Ross, are parents of a second son born Tuesday, Oct 21. 1969. in West Penn Hospital Scott Stephen Sramek weighed 6 pounds, 12 ounces. He is a brother for Thomas Frederick Jr . 20 months old The baby's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John L Salter of Woodhill Drive, Orchard Park, Richland, and Mr. and Mrs John S. Sramek Sr. of Stirling Farm, Marshall Mrs Gilbert Blakeney of Harrisburg is Scott's maternal great-grandmother ), Paternal great-grandparents are Mr and Mrs Stacey V Gerwig of Stirling Farm and Glenville. W Va , and Mrs. Rudolph Sramek of Bradford Woods, a patient in Blair Nursing Home. Beaver Falls John Charles Astarb Mr and Mrs John Astarb of 502 Ohio River Blvd , Avalon. are parents · of their first child, a son. born Tuesday. Oct 21. 1969, in Suburban General Hospital John Charles weighed 8 pounds. 4 ounces Mr. and Mrs John Astarb of 502 Ohio River Blvd , Avalon, are paternal grandparents Malicious mischief f in Marshall Twp. Two rases of malicious mischirf in Marshall Township reported to state police oi the Carnegie substation last week Vandals broke the radio antenna on a car belonging to Donna June Marsilio. Virginia Terrace. Baden, while it was parked at Howard Johnson's on the Turnpike It's the second time in a i -- -men th-^ftt-Mtj^-Marsrtro's-rsr -has- been damaged Tires were deflated and the convertible top damaged on a car belonging to Robert Cl if ford Fritz. Northgate Drive Albert Dale Boice II Mr and Mrs David A Boice of Babcock Boulevard, Richland, are parents of a son born Tuesday, Oct 21, 1969, in Passavant Hospital Albert Dale II weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces He is a brother for Donna Lynn, 9, and David Leonard, 6 Grandparents are Mrs. Margaret Zweirkoz of Pittsburgh and Mr and Mrs. Albert Dale Boice of Valencia. The Boices are members of Deer Creek United Presbyterian Church. WalferJF. LoBerUI "~^~ Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lober of 227 Fisk Ave., Avalon, are parents of their first child, a son born Tuesday, Oct 21, 1969, in Suburban General Hospital Walter F. Ill weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Lee Sutton of 227 Fisk Ave., Avalon, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Lober Sr , of Brookline. Mrs. Jean Schmidt of 630 Center "Ave., Avalon, and Mrs. Irwin Daily of John Kane Hospital are the great- grandmothers. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Singleton of 320 Chester Ave., Ross, are parents of a son born Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1969, in Suburban General Hospital. Aaron Dean weighed 9 pounds, 1 ounce. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Donald Palm of 644 N Birmingham Ave., Avalon, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Singleton of Homewood Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Owell of Beltzhoover are the great-grandparents. Jason Walter Heintz Mr. and Mrs. David Heintz of 111 Orchard Square, Ross, are parents of their first child, a son born Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1969, in Suburban General Hospital. Jason Walter weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Garbart of 57 Montclair Ave , West View, and Mr. and Mrs. William Heintz of 164 Clearview Ave., Ross. Mrs, Mary Thornton of 1 Jamaica Ave /West View,' is- the great-grandmother Angela Renee Evans Mr and Mrs David V. Evans of 820 Sylvan Ave., Avalan, are parents of a 7 pound, IVz ounce daughter, Angela Renee, born at Suburban General Hospital Oct. 22,1969. It is the couple's first child. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Edward Erdner of 820 Sylvan Ave., and Mrs. Camilla Evans of 161 Neville St., Emsworth G r e a t - g r a n d p a r e n t s a r e M r s Camilla Hack of Emsworth, Paul Erdner of Avalon and Mrs. Anna Shawf ield of Ranger, Tex. The parents are life-long residents of the Boroughs. Alana Marie Howley Mr. and Mrs. R. Michael Howley, 501 Dressel Road, Shaler, are parents of a daughter, Alana Mane, born Oct. 22, 1969, in St. Margaret Memorial Hospital Alana Mane, who weighed 9 pounds, 5 ounces, is the couple's first child Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Singer of 640 Stonendge Drive, Shaler, and Mr. and Mrs. James F. Howley of 501 Dressel Road The new father is a senior in Duquesne University. He is a member of the ROTC and will be commissioned on graduation in December. 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