News Herald from Perkasie, Pennsylvania on October 31, 1990 · 33
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News Herald from Perkasie, Pennsylvania · 33

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PA Society To Honor AAr. Rogers Fred McFeely Rogers, host and creator of the award-winning "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," will be honored for his contributions to children's television at the 92nd Annual Dinner of The Pennsylvania Society at New York's Waldorf-Astoria on Saturday evening, Dec. 8. The Pennsylvania Society, headquartered in Sellersville with William H. Barndt as executive director, seeks to recognize the accomplishments of Penn-sylvanians who have made meaningful contributions to the welfare and reputation of the Commonwealth. With 1,740 members, it is the largest organization of its kind in the nation. The Society, founded in 1899, sponsors functions to remind its members and their .friends of Pennsylvania's colorful history and the vital leadership role Quality Meats MS. MM Mm MM TIT Ml AA CHUNKYPIES M.4.69 SANDWICH STEAKS ... 4.69 mmm SANDWICH STEAK ,,H,2.39 QUAKER MAID FULLYC00KED MEATBALLS 150ZB0X SAVE 2.59- FRYING CHICKEN BREAST QUARTERS Fresh Seafood TUUiy rutin m fe BLACK TIP SHARK STEAKS . . . lb. 4 . 9 9 "FOUrS" FRESH m fi HADDOCK FILLETS lb. 5.99 Frozen Food ROUND CHEESE PIZZA tViK -SAVE 2.89- CHICKEN PIE BEEF PIE 10 (B SAVE 1.99-2.39 Clemens Sparkling Produce til i-tilV-l CrK.- W , rWrgiMriioo 'm X ,u-VWfifflL tL j 4 ' I GREEN"3 LH80ALF"AST HMcrMt ' big Ctr. Lmdnt,.-. 19446 COTTER SQUARE CtovarlW .Cwitar tcjuar, Pa. 19422 the Commonwealth plays in the cultural, economic and social life of the United States. This year's program has another local connection. Perkasie native Joan Fretz Vogt, now of Quaker-town, will be the guest soloist. She will sing "God Bless America" at the start of the dinner. Society president Andrew J. Sordoni in, of Wilkes-Barre, announced that Mr. Rogers will become the 84th recipient of the Society's Gold Medal for Distinguished Achievement. In recognition of the accomplishments of Mr. Rogers, the Society will contribute $25,000 in his honor to the McFarland Fund of the Pittsburgh Foundation, a charitable trust established in memory of Dr. Margaret B. McFarland, Mr. Rogers' mentor and script advisor. UW MM 99 IB "F01ETS" ORANGE LB So S S RUFFY Kjj Iff EKh purchase of .Minute Maid juke or drink nmuu.don.tloa will be nude to the Olympic HopefuU T 8OU0ERTON County Una Plan Soudwton, Pa. 18964 NEWBRTTAM Town Cantor tow Britain, Pa. 18901 8PWNQ HOUSE Spring Houaa VIHaga Ctr. Spring Houaa, Pa. 19477 OAJAKERTOWN Richland Mill QuakwtownPa.16S1 The award will be presented by Sordoni at a black tie dinner expected to attract more than 1,500 Society members and guests. Following childhood in Latrobe, Mr. Rogers studied music at Rollins College in Florida. His intention to enter a seminary for religious studies was diverted when, after viewing pie-throwing and slapstick segments on many children's television programs, he decided to enter the field of children's television in hopes that he could offer something more positive and meaningful. At NBC in New York, he worked as floor director for "The Kate Smith Hour," the "Hit Parade," "NBC Opera Theater" and many other programs. In 1953, Mr. Rogers returned to .Pittsburgh where he helped ' organize WQED. the country's first BREAST OF TURKEY ... 3.69 ROSA GRAND A PEPPERONI .3.89 aniUMSMEflT.EATMlTCOMfB MffTfCMN TITHT CHUNKYPIES ,,.2.29 (mil MMSTU HQ HATFIELD SCRAPPLE 1U SAVE 1.49- AMERIQSlUr . A. JL. X ' BONI'.l.liSS IIXtK I.IMN CHOP BONELESS PORK LOIN STEAK LB 4.59 "FOLEY'S" FRESH m nf OCEAN PERCH FILLETS lb. 4.69 "FRESH" f f f B ACKFIN CRABMEAT i lb cm. 8 . 9 9 hTFoTeT) if i s Fresh Dairy Join us in support of america's OLYMPIC HOPEFULS OLYMPIC HOPEFULS MINUTE MrSS. .9immeMcr ndrriOMiH! MAID ' PREMIUM ORANGE JUICE wIEGUUI COUKTIYSTTU J 1.99 MINUTE MAID FROZEN ORANGE JUICE :23.00 PERKASIE Qlanwoori Shopping Ctr. Parkaala,Pa.ias44 KEWTOWH1ANGHORNE SummR Square Ctr. Langhorna, Pa. 19047 community-supported public television station. As puppeteer for the "Children's Corner," the precursor of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," he created some of the characters still featured on his show today. In 1962, after forsaking lunch hours for seven years to continue his religious studies, he was ordained Into the Presbyterian ministry and used the medium of television to send his message "I like you just the way you are" to young audiences across the country. "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," the longest running program on public television, is carried by more than 300 stations and viewed each weekday by an audience of 10.5 million. A recipient of nearly every award for children's television including two Emmys, the program gently Service Deli SWISS CHEESE n3.99 ffnH SUNLESS . . 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Mr. Rogers' strong and consistent If f V FRED ROGERS Kiifcfoun 4.99 .tit n 5.89 FRANKS i u. 25.00 iu.35.00 RtaMleurpieyMCinMMIMlymirk)ng MiwaMMnMrfylMnghtMouekr' Ikmnm,kttmtmmmkvffagoo4,iten mm ai. ripM i. awn iwiw. .TMiri4 a I m h MMitM mm- .noninii.mMnnlIWnerlirt.w Wednesday, Oct. 3 1 , 1 990 33 viewpoint about human growth and development is evident in each episode. Viewers are presented with such themes as love, jealousy, hospitals and divorce in a program which consistently ranks among public television's top 10. Producing a variety of materials that encourage the healthy emotional growth of children and their families, Mr. Rogers has been awarded honorary degrees by more than 25 colleges and universities. Night Tales At Mercer Museum The Mercer Museum, administered by The Bucks County Historical Society, will host an evening of folk lore and fun Friday, Nov. 2 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Garden State Story League will spin their tales by firelight in the Log House, located on the grounds of The Mercer Museum. Inside the Museum, BCHS Staff will read Pennsylvania Folk Tales and selected stories from "November Night Tales," written by Henry Chapman Mercer. The 1921 silent film, "The Cabinet of Dr. Calagari," will be shown in the Elkins Gallery at 6:30 p.m. Some out-going members of the audience will be asked to take part in the dialogue during this surreal film about a sleepwalker. Visitors can make and color copies of masks from The Mercer Museum's collection, that were worn by mischievous children at. Bedminster School, Deep Run, before 1898. Warm and comfortable dress is suggested. BCHS members and children under 6 are admitted free. For more information, contact the Education Department of The Mercer Museum at 345-0210. LocalWomanEarns CISR Designation 1 DONNA URICH Donna Urich of Sellersville, customer service agent of the Glick- . man Associates Inc. insurance agency, Glenside, has successfully earned the distinction of Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR), from the Professional Insurance Agents Association of PA," MD, DE and the Society of CISR, based in Austin, Texas. The announcement was made by Larry A. Hollada, president of PIA of PA, MD and DE, who conferred the designation during ceremonies held in May at the 45th PIA Annual Convention and Trade Fair at Pittsburgh. In order to earn the designation of CIST, each individual must have attended five courses covering all phases of the insurance business and passed five comprehensive examinations. Additionally, the National Society requires annual attendance in the program to maintain the designation which Urich has just attained. Urich is currently enrolled in a course conducted by the Insurance Institute of America. Successful completion of the program will earn her the designation of IIA (Certificate in General Insurance). Donna Urich has been in the insurance business for nine years. She and her husband, Richard, reside on Lawn Avenue in Sellersville with their children, Michelle and Jeffrey. COMPLETE PLUMBING . , SERVICE Li Free Estimates Installation and Service 723-9858 Kitchen sinks, Faucets, Garbage disposals Bathroom sinks, Faucets, Toilets, Tubs, Showers Sump pumps, Drains Supply lines tPD Well pi JL-f wi Well pumps, Well tanks, Whole house piping 1 A fro "alBBaf aWlMMMC I r MUANCC flA. SOU TOtt m mm

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