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Merit Merit . that are states, are sup. . . by grants from business and industrial orgamza- ners a election committee of professionals in admission Â«TM counseling in the natron's colleges and rugh school considers ever} finalist. The committee is, convened spec- 1 to choose each state's "Â·Â·s of National Ment ,w ,:- !ps on the basis of Â·-C in^uiii s academic record;,, extra-curricular accomplishments, test scores and leadership qualities GeorgeB Scoit. son of Mr and Mrs Fred Scott. Latter town. R i He has carried a perfect -J u scholastic average through three \ears of rugh school, is active on the track and debate team, and is a two-year football letterman. David T Xeely. son of Mr anjl Mrs Donald L Neelv. Lffl Rhodes Ave.-. Gettvsburg is a senior at the Gettvsbure Senior High School He is a member of the band, orchestra. German club, school newspaper, and wrestling team. Last vear Neeiy was the recipient of a science achievement award m chemistry Â·Kristei S Shutt. is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Shutt. Orrtanna. R. 1. and is a senior at the Gettvs^ burg Senior High School. She has been recognized as an outstanding artist in the junior class, is a member of - the newspaper, and writes for the high school hterarv magazine The 1980 competition marks the 25th conducted by the VMSC since the Merit Program was established. In the 24 competitions completed between 1956 and 1979 over 58.000 students won Merits Scholarships valued at more than S161 million. Over 15.500 Merit Scholars are currently enrolled in about 715 higher education institutions throughout the country Cub Scouts Round table The first Cub Scout Rouut- table for the Black Walnut District will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday in the dining hall of St. James Lutheran Church on York SL School night packets will be handed out Unit leaders are asked to be present or have a representative pick up the informalKpn- Ideas for the coming month, games, and of fun to pass on to other scouts ts on the agenda Essay froai Page 1) Adjunct (Continued from Page 1) 'He has-also contributed forwards to five books dealing with international affairs, and is author of ten foreign policy articles published in recent editions of 'Â·The Encyclopedia Americana" and. later. "The Americana Annual." Prof. Piischke has served on dozens of commissions, committees, and panels dealing with foreign affairs. In 1969-70 he was chairman of theU.S Department of State advisory committee on Foreign Relations of the United States Among his honors are an "Elmer Phschke Award" in Political science, awarded annuailv by the Munich (Germany) Center of the The text of the winning essay begins: "America is a land of dreams and dreamers. The American dream life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness - has been the ideal for people around the world for more than two centuries." The essay then describes the struggles of the first settlers, the Revolution and continues to Lincoln where the author writes. "Our Country was 'conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal ' The reality of life, however. has always been that though all men may be equal: it doesn't take long for them to become unequal. The harsh demands of economics, politics. social pressures and other forces in the world cause people to compromise their principles and to permit violations of the American" creed." According to Cole. "The Palmer family will 'be awarded an all expense paid vacation to Gettysburg and young Palmer will be invited to read the winning essav at the Anniversary Observance of the Address on November 19 on the site where Lincoln spoke 116 years ago." Palmer attends Franklin Delano Roosevelt Junior High School in Bristol where he is active in wrestling and drama. He appeared as the scarecrow during the school's performance of "The Wizard of Oz" last year. He is a carrier for the Bucks County Courier- Times. He also played baseball and. for the last two years, has played offensive 3nd "defensive end on a Catholic Youth Organization team. Palmer was awarded the American Legion Award for Outstanding Eight Grade Boy last year. Other winners include Miss Roslyn Levine of Middletown. Pa. who won second place and Miss Karen Fedas of Ridgewav. Pa. who finished third. United States savings bonds and historic University of Maryland. He holds degrees from Marquette University. Tne American University, and Clark University, "which awarded him the Ph D in 1943 Get The Saving Habit SHOP HERE! HAMBURG PATTIES 10 "Â·*Â» $8.97 1st CUT CHUCK ROAST * $1.19 CROSS CUT CHUCK ROAST ....Â«, $1.29 ARM ROAST ,, ^$1.59 BEEF CUBE STEAK LOOSE SAUSA6E * $1.09 HOB MAWS. ...~$1.40 ASSORTED BEEP BUNDLES Â»Â«*. $79.OO ASSORTED PORK BUNDLES Â»*Â· $29.00 Kunzter . GRILL FRANKS * We COOKED HAM * n.Â» SPICED LUNCH MEAT *, $1.19 MINCED BOLOGNA fc $1^9 SALAMI: Â·* $1.19 CHICKEN ROLL Â«, $149 LEBANON BOL06NA Â».$24Â» YOST'S MEAT MARKET - Route m 1 Soutfi 1VÂ« LttttestoWA, Pa. FhMtt IN-TSI1 * Ttorttoy M Friday M S^vntoy M THE GETTYSBURG TIMES, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1979 (Cuttaard U A wide variety of foods are served -and the children always express their likes and dislikes without hesitation. They may be met with appte slices, orange wedges, juice. crackers and cheese, peanut butter and graham crackers or at times, cooiues and milk. After snackume is over everyone is invited to participate in the half hour choir session under the direction of Mrs Quanbeck. This year MARDAY is instituting a new program in which e*ery child's home will have a recording for listening purposes. Mrs. Quanbeck said. This listening experience was suggested by Ronald Nelson when he participated in the Jubilate Festival at the Lutheran Theological Seminary last Winter. The recordings are made by his choirs at Westwood Lutheran Church. St. Louis Park. Minnesota. Eventually Mrs. Quanbeck hopes to have these recordings presented to infants at baptism and a second recording at the age of two. She feels that this listening experience will enhance greatlv their Â·ability to serve in the MARDAY Choir. . With choir finished, the children now move to the social room for the final session of the day. Carla Spomer now meets the children to provide them with religious instruction which will lead them Into the art work or special project on which they will be working. Last year the children oar- Gettysburg posters were also awarded to all the finalists. Ten students who received honorable mention included: Barbara Bosserman of Mon- rpeville. Pa.. Kim Burd. Newport. Pa.. Janet Champagne. Glenmoore. Pa.. Sue Cotter. Northumberland. Pa.. Stacie Ginsberg. Elkins Park. Pa.. Cynthia J. Guise. East Berhn. Pa.. Marjone Myers. Dallas. Pa.. Blynn Lewis. Etna. Pa.. Holly Smith. Bradenville. Pa., and Angela Spadaro. Clairton. Pa The interest in the essav contest was so favorable that another one will be conducted beginning in late 1979. Cole said. All seventh and eighth grade students in Ohio and Pennsylvania will be invited to participate and special contest packets will be forwarded to all eligible schools Ucipated in the worship ser-' vices through their* singing, by providing liturgical dance, leading a palm processional on Palm Sunday, and dramatizing a Christmas sen-ice. They also produced "No More Rain." a musical play by Paul Williams Dur- mg the fall they made pennant banners for the Church representing the series of symbols in the new Lutheran Book of Worship In the spring they were involved in a woodworking project making home devotional plaques Plans this vear include a joint children's Christmas concert Dec. 30. when other Junior Choirs in the area will be hosted by the MARDAY Singers: and a musical production for mid-April - "Get On Board. Children." by Janette Smart, which is based on the Noah's Ark Story The children are committed to participation in the regular worship service at least once a month and will use a variety of worship forms. The first project to be undertaken in the making of banners for the Christian Education Festival Worship Service scheduled for Sept 30. Anyone interested in learning more about this outreach program of Chnst Lutheran Church is invited to contact Mrs. Quanbeck at 642-5894. the church office - 334-5211 HOME-MAKERS TO MEET The Alioway Earlv Bird Homemakers will meet on Thursday morning. Sept 13 at 9 a m at the home of Mrs William Ridinger. The pro- - ject will be discussing and planning the meetings for the 1979-30 year. G'BurgMan Hurt In Crash A Gettysburg area man and two Mechaniesburg area sehoel children were slightly injured Tuesday in Upper Allen Twp. when a car collided with a Mechaniesburg Area School District bus carrying 40 children, according to Penn Twp police Harry Lear. 32. Gett sburg R 5. was treated for an e-.e injury at Seidle Memorial Hospital. Mechaniesburg and released Andrea Fkr. a second-grader ai Shepherdstown Elementar School, and Jeffre\ Basehore. a kindergartener at Upper Allen eiementan. were treated at the scene for minor injuries Police said Lear s car wa- at the curb of th* 1 easibound lane of Hawthorne Axe wdii- ing to turn across both Sane^ of traffic into a dr\ewa when the accident occurred They saia there were conflicting report^ abou: whether Lear had begun 10 turn or his car was stoooed when the collision took piace Car Overturns, Two Men Okay Two voung men escaped injurx when their Ford Pinto flipped o\er off the Harne Road, six m:!es ea^i of Eni- mitsburg at 3 !5 p ~i Mon- dav Firemen from Emmitsburg and the VFW ambulance responded bu: their sen-ices were not needed The identity of the occupants of the vehicle as well as the details surrounding the accident were una-.ailable from Maryland State Pohce today pending the completion of a report by ihe investigation trooper Court DAVID K. JAMES ADAMS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY NOV. 6th Paid by Adams County Republican Committee Ctark E. Spcne*. Chairman Jane Gantz. Vice Chairman Â·Â·) -DELI SALE! CRAB CAKES 2/99 c Lonchorn SI.59 U. Old Fashion $159 LB. Swiss 51J5 LB. COKE or PEPSI 2 liter Bottles 99C Each ALL GREEN PLANTS ONLY 99C Ea SALADS Ham Salad Chicken Salad S1.59LB. Valley Pak 1/2 Gal. ICE CREAM $1.O9 Beautiful Potted GARDEN MUMS $1.96 Ea. S~ Pot FRESH, LOCAL Scrapple 59c LB. Pudding 99c LB. BRILLO Soap Pads 18/Box ONLY 59C ALL NURSERY STOCK REDUCED 20% MORE! STRAUSBAUGH'S FRUIT BOWL MARKET Just 2 Miles East of Gettysburg on Rt 30 Open Daily 9-7, Sundays 9-6 Prices Effective Wed.. Sept. 12 through Sun.. Sept. 16 YWCA YWCA Y.WCA YWCA Y W C A Y W C A Y W C A Y W C A YWCA This Fail, whether you're a woman, man, teen or child, the Gettysburg YWCA has something for you! AND YOU o * Â·- u o y. Â· DAYTIME ft EVENIH6 CLASSES Ballroom Dancmg - Beg?rmÂ«s" Bridge - Intermediate Bridge - 3-D Picture Craft - Sik Flower Arrangement - Christmas Crafts - D-.SCO Dancing I - Exerose - Food Supplements - Begsnners" FoPc Guflar for Children, Teens. Aduils - Herbai Identification Usage - "A Complete Tour of the Gettysburg Battlefield via Sbdes" - Basic Intenor Decorating - Modem Dance for Children. Teens. Adults - Cooking wrth Natural Foods - Ntewswrffing - Picture Framing Workshop Safe SSmming - A Taste of the Orient Cooking Classes - Beginners Terns - Intermediate Tennis - Yoga OUTREACH CLASSES Upper Ada-ns - Fun Fitness Wo?tshoo. Fa r- fieid - Terrific Twos PSayortxo - C P P - First A J and Multimedia SPECIAL PROGRAMS ' Suocisnty Single" - Temftc 7*cs Pia grows s~ the YVV - lrvmg wtf Yoorw O**e~ a^J Â£mo\- ing St - We. MyseS and !. s women s Senes on Persona! 0wth n TEEN PROGRAMS o Young Woman Ernergnig - GrowJf! Sv2s Wort- *** srjop Senes - Babysitting VVortshop - -Teen ^ Oub - Y-Teen on the Move - CX^doors ^ o MOST CLASSES PROBRAMS START THE WEEK OF SEPT. 17 Call GMtyatMHf YWCA 394-6112/BrochUFM aÂ«nÂ»triÂ« at 8 Lincoln Sq. This 8CrvtftlÂ»emÂ»nt co*npflmentÂ» of BEHTSIURG NATIONAL MNK and ADAMS CO. NATIONAL BANK o f o PaÂ«e l) planned for the lot. He saw the Declaratory Judgement Act was intended "to settle some uncertainty before people are required to act" He said Wolf should not be required to go through the time and expense of arranging financing for the project, hiring architects, and arranging for sewage permits and other work before a determination is made. Several owners of neighboring properties were present during the argu- :nents A total of !6 had ongs- nalh fiieo exceptions to Wolf s request for the ruling Ac-cording to Schultz. Martin and Delores Bergdale planned 10 withdraw their objections Wolf s petition -a\s he aiarib to buy two tracts of !and behind" the Deardorfj lot. -Ahere he said he piannec :n build two three-and-a-half siorv condominiums Monahan Will Give Address Robert Monahan Jr w!l address the Public Affairs Luncheon at the YWCA on the square in Geitisours Fnday. Sept 21. froni i2 to 1 prn. Monahan. a member of 'he Chamber of Commerce ha* chosen the topic "The Economic Future of Adanis, Counu. Good New s or Bad?"" Dorothy Murra cha'r man of the Public Affair- Luncheon Committee. sa:c: Monahan -will bring us !he facts and teil us how well we are coping. in Gett -,bur ~ and surrounding Aaarr.= Count m the wake of TMI. gas restrictions, inflation, and slowdown Ms Murra\ aaaed tr.a: babysitting is a'.aiiab!* 1 ar-j donation for the Ijnc" Â·- EMERGENCY TREATMENT Treated at the Warner Hospital Emergency Room Monday were. Clifton Forsythe. Gettysburg, leg. Robert Whitel Emmosburg. arm. Micky Fhckinger. Get- :sburg. ankle. Nicholle Mumaw. Gettvsburg. thumb Donald Bassler. Rock Ridge. Md.. thumb. Joseph Hostetter. Aspers. eyebrow. Monica Carter. Littlestown. hand. EPLEY FUNERAL Funeral services for Ne 1 . :r C Ep!ey. 74. of Arenois-. :i:e w ho died Saturday at \\ amer Hospital, were held Â«-=ier- dav at the Zon United Church of Christ in Arendtsi ilie His pastor :-t Rev. Lnn Schultz .Â·:- ficiated" Burial was Â·- Greenmount Cemettr. Pallbearers were Arthjr Dvkman. Sterling Seh. L%r.- ville Seabrook. Chde Wean: Donald Ernst and'Lee Krou: Arrangements were -arcser the direction o: the Monahar. Funeral Home Charged (Continued from Page 1) In the charge, police alt legea Shat Zeigler was the operatorof a southbound 1963 Bu:ek sedan which crossed ihe highway colliding near rÂ»eaa-on with a southbound 1979 3u!Ck Limited sedan drr.en ax Ralph John Fal-" cone. 58. of Westminister As ;re result of the accident T Falcone along w:th his oas- senger. 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