Simpson's Leader-Times from Kittanning, Pennsylvania on May 17, 1961 · Page 9
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Simpson's Leader-Times from Kittanning, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Kittanning, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 17, 1961
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LEADER-TIMES, KITTANNING, PA. -- WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1961 FORTY-THREE girl members of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Kittanning, received their first Holy Communion at Mass celebrated by Rev. F. X. Foley. The new Communicants are,'front row, (left to right), Linda Augustine, Debra Ferraino, Patricia Croyle, Patricia Dunn, Jeanine Latini, Nancy Novak, Roberta Dunmire, Barbara Jones, Babette Protz, Rosemary Patcyk, Janet Klingensmith, Patricia Stello, Deborah Woodside, Kathleen Lockhart, Linda Carli, Barbara Henry. Second row (same order) Kathy Kubatko, San- dra Tate, Beatrice Milicia, Susan Yantos, Jean Rau, Alexis Silagyi, Mary Ann Enterline, Eileen Zamperini, Catherine Julius, Marilyn Vent, Gay Nell Magagnotti, Diane Zoller, Joyce Contrael, Joan Eroh, Susan Bouch, Back row (same order) James Stewart (leader), Rebecca Kovatch, Tamara Dentici, Patricia McCafferty, Jeanne Sellner, Sandra Stewart, Anna Dickman, Lorretta McGinley, Jane Bowers, Linda Lockhart, Susan Bono, Diana Pozzuto, Karen Swast, Richard Jordan (leader). (Baney photo) il THIRTY-FOUR boy members of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Kittanning, received their first Holy Communion at Mass celebrated by Rev. F. X. Foley. The new communicants are, front row, (left to right) Gregory Jordan, Ricky Shay, John O'Brien, William Cupec, John Pfeister, Thomas Volek, Patricia McDonald, Gregory Forsythe, Arthur Waugaman, John Cicero, William Graziano, James Melillo. Second row, (same order) Paul DeLuca, David Crossett, Thomas Dollbaum, Charles Carli, Paul Lenzi, David Kijowski, Thomas O'Tell, Thomas Smith, Daniel Skal, David Atkinson, Thomas Smith, John Stewart, Ambrose Battaglia. Back row (same order) James Stewart (leader), William Pallone, John Bono, Raymond Smith, Joseph Sacco, Lawrence Fritz, Kent Morey, Daniel Peck, David George, Richard Jordan (leader). Rev. F. X. Foley, church pastor, is at the rear of the group. (Baney photo) I U.S. POPULATION INCREASES WASHINGTON (DPI) -- The I Census Bureau estimated today Ithat the nation's population on I April 1 was 182,952,000. This was an increase of 2,948,- JOOO compared with the population | on April 1, 1960. Both figures included U.S. serv- licemen abroad. ACTIVATE SIPTIC TANK SYSTEM with BAC-TIVATOR Stimulate Baeftria! action Off " ts * nd starts new ianh McConnell-Watterson Market Street, KitUnnlnc NuMine KUHTA BABY BAPTIZED AT ST. MART'S CHURCH RITE David Patrick Kuhta was christened in the baptism ceremony in St. Mary's Catholic Church in Yatesboro. David, son of Mr and Mrs. Thomas Kuhta of Nu Mine was born on April 7. Godparents were an uncle anc aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James Kuhta of Indiana. The Rev. N. A. Mitolo performed the baptism. The Kuhtas are also parents of a daughter Kathleen and sons Tommy and Michall. Grandparents are Mrs. Arthur Kirkpatrick ,of Dayton mid Mr and Mrs. Steve Kuhta of Nu Mine. BROWNIE SCOUTS DISCUSS TENDERFOOT REQUIREMENTS The Brownie Troop No. 199 of Nu Mine met for their regular meeting and made cookbooks and ·OX BTOltAOB MOTHPROOFING* ·WOOL 8TORAQK VtniBTOBAOK DRY CLEANERS and SHIRT LAUNDERERS Kittarming-Ford City LI 3-2261 RO 2-2631 cards for their mothers for "Mother's Day." Tenderfoot requirements were discussed for the girls who are getting ready for the "Ply-Up" to go into the Intermediate Gir Scout group. Twelve girls were present with their leader for the meeting which was opened with the Flag ceremony. Roll call was taken and members paid their dues. The meeting was closed with the next meeting to be held on Thursday, the regular meeting day. PRESBYTERIAN LADIES AID PLANS ANNUAL TRIP Sixteen members of the LaSies Aid met in the Presbyterian Church social room and held their monthly meeting during which they discussed an annual trip which will take place sometime in June. Definite plans will be made at the next meeting. Presiding during the business session was President Mrs. Donald McCausland, who conducted the meeting. Secretary Mrs John Walker and treasurer Mrs. James O'Harrow read and gave their reports. Devotions were by Mrs. Ed Frampton. Following the regular business the meeting was closed with the parting prayer and hostess Mrs. Harry Smith served lunch to the members during the social period. BRIEFS Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Honkus and family v/ere Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Souchock and family of Kittanning and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muff of Yatesboro. M/Sgt. Nick Firment of Chambersburg called on his sister, Mrs. Helen Feketi and family. The Intermediate Girl Troop No. 253 of the Nu Mine area recently planted approximately 200 pine trees for the Game Com- mltteer Lt. and Mrs. Fred Feketi and four children enroute to Montana visited with Mrs. Helen Feketi and family. Feketi, who is With ,he U. S. Air Force, is accompanying his family to Montana where they plan to reside with parents of Mrs. Feketi as the former is on his way to Japan. The family will also go to Japan after proper arrangements are made. Feketi is a former resident of town. Callers on Mrs. Mae Umbaugh were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McKinney and daughter of Baltimore', Md., Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Schall of Leechburg, Mir. and Mrs. Daryl TTmbaugh of Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sell, Pear] Cogley and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Umbaugh and son of Kittanning RD 5, Mrs. Bob EUenberger of Elderton, Mr. and Mrs. Don Umbaugh and Kenny of Cowansville, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tost and daughters of Plumville, Mr. and Mrs. John Umbaugh and Merle Umbaugh of St. Mary's, Faye Woodside of Brick Church and Mrs. Gladys Cessasnl of Plumville. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shumaker visited with .Mr. and Mrs. John Nick and Mrs. Oscar Spencer and Mrs. Joe Angelo of Manorville. Callers of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murphy were Mr. and Mrs. Harry House of Indiana, Mrs. Cecil S'wartz 'of New Kensington, Iv!r. and Mrs. Art Kridler and Mr. and Mrs. Wearing and children of Pittsburgh, Mrs. James Hankison of Chambersville, Mrs. John Henry and Mrs. James Henry of Tanoma, Charles Henry,of Iselin, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Burdett of Pony Farm Road, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Arner of Walk Chalk. Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Bish visited with the former's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. C Anthony of Deanville. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Clark o Rochester, N. Y., visited with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haye and son. Mr. and Mrs. Delmont McMas tars of Jamestown, N. Y., spen a week end with their parents Mr. and Mrs. John McMaster and relatives of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Frampton spent Sunday afternoon visiting .n Freeport. Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Etienne were Mrs. Fred Neil and ,wo children and Mrs. Dave Schrengost of West Kittanning. Paul Himes of Bethany Col lege, West Virginia, spent a few days visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. John McK«e and fam ily. HOUSE PAINT {·dm MUtti If · l*| wurhi N* PM), N* VfVflMf Vyptf (HfWWH fMflf RnMfW flMi I^Ww iWBPBPI WWMr pMff* UWf fw VC Bflfrw WSH RURAL VALLEY LUMBER CO. Phone SUnset 3-2613 "As Near As Your Telephone PRICE BREAK INNERSPRING CUSHIONED ALL ALUMINUM Get set to RELAX like never before! Here it INNERSPRING CUSHIONED summer lounge furniture with TWO big ideas in mind: Extra comfort, extra years of good service, and here's how. 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Treated and enameled to resist rusting. 29 95 A L U M I N U M FOLDING CHAIRS Woven of Firestone Velon Yarn, its resistance to abrasion, wear, fading, staining and mildew, practically unaffected by most acids and alkalies and not affected by water. Special CASH CARRY $189 3 each ALL HARDWOOD SWINGS GLIDERS COMPLETE with CHAINS HOOKS 4-fr. SWING 17.95 5-fr. SWING 19.95 6-fr. SWING 21.95 4-ft. GLIDER 19.95 5-ft GLIDER 21.95 6-ft. GLIDER 24.95 OPEN TO 9 p.m. MONDAY-WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY MERVIS ORR AVE, f KITTANNING DIAL LI 3-1751 NO METERS AT MERVIS FREE PARKING IN OUR LOT OR ON THI STRUT

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