The Mercury from Pottstown, Pennsylvania on June 10, 1976 · Page 12
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The Mercury from Pottstown, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Pottstown, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, June 10, 1976
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940 Township Lin# Road Phoeni*ville ................ TONIGHT............... fOCIKTY ROAD TONIGHT - SHRIMP NIGHT $1 50 DOZEN Dress code strictly enforced Everything different except price Open 9 pm to 2 am — Ladies Night Every Wed & Thor TOIIinE 220 HIGH ST. 326-5070 N. END SHOP CTR. 326-Ó566 ^,1.ÍHH0lDW0GÍ • k TFCHNICOLOR* -. TfCHNlSCOPf üt.'ír CHARLES B PIERCE« Ut ktlf WOOOY WHVÍ» KISHA t Q MIÎHU» 0*WN CHUCft • 'JCHHU MM if tmr,*:.oii vtbooc pyu coot m x)*n$ *uwi»cjm «as ncacr 9 * iiiriiFUími WlFII ai A HOWCO ÌNTERNATIONAL PICTURES RELEASE Before th« tM*«t avar ffo »•** the American Cowboy . Wlntarhawk had be co ma a BlacMoot Lagand Daily 7 & 9:30 Winner oi S Academy Awards 1? — Th» Mercury, PoUttown, Po • Thur»., June 10, 1976 Fire prevention program held at society meeting Hay DeLancey, representative of the Vanguard Co., presented a program on fire prevention at a meeting of the Rerks County Society of Farm Women, group 4, in the home of Mrs. Lottie Burkefile, Boyertown RD 3. Mrs. Verna Taylor outlined plans for a bus trip to Lancaster County. A picnic for residents of Berks Heim was discussed. A picnic will be hosted at the next meeting July 6 at the home of Mrs. Ferne Kulp, Boyertown RD 4. Bible school starts June 21 Vacation Bible school will be conducted 9:30 .m. to 1:30 p.m. June 21 through 25 at Faith Bible Fellowship Church, Pennhurst Road and Bridge Street, Spring City. Activities will include games, songs, Bible stories and crafts. Dr. and Mrs. William Campbell will lecture on their mission work in Morocco. All children age 4 through the completion of ninth grade may attend. All students are required to bring lunch. Beverages and cookies will be provided. MRS. J. CRAIG ANDES Field day conducted at nursery school GILBERTSVILLE FIRE CO. I Phila Ave Gilbertsville DANCE FRIDAY NIGHT JUNE 11 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by Rainbow Four Coming, Fri. June 1 8 TEX CARSON MEMBERS & GUESTS A field day was hosted for students and parents at Flowing Springs Nursery School, Birchrunville. Events included running and obstacle races, broad jumping, relays, tug-of- war and peanut FESTIVAL at the CHURCH of the LORD JESUS CHRIST of the Apostolic faith 612 Jefferton Avenue SATURDAY, JUNE 12 9:00 a.m. till ? Baked Goods, Hot Food, Knick Knacks, etc. grmnTTTrnii b b m m rrrrrrnn i »y nnrmnnL jet r"10 s LION'S DEN DISCOTEQUE TONIGHT IS LADIES NIGHT 9 P.M . 2 A.M. ; ‘ WHERE THE HAPPY PEOPLE GO PHONE 327-2910 tumttmtninnnuitmiittmtmmHf scramble. High point winners were Jonathon Train, Heather Disque and Timmy Travaglini. High scorers were Lizzy Smith, Krista Murphy, Meredith Hill, Todd Cordray, Amanda Miller and Erin Mayerson. Parents competed in a rope-breaking tug-of-war event. Prizes were supplied by Annie Pautz and Allison Salkeld. The Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service manages about 187 million acres, an area equivalent to the land covered by West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Kentucky, and North Carolina THURSDAY LITTLE ITALY PIZZA 636 HIGH ST PHONE 327-0162 I SPAGHETTI (TAKEOUT ONLY) i 95 * 8 OFFERGOOP PIZZA* SICILIAMO • ITALIAN SUBS • STEAK • STROMBOll MEATBALL • CHEESE STEAK • SAUSAGE 4 PEPPER AND EGG SANDWICHES LASAGNA •fiAVILOl »STUfFED SHELLS «MANlCOni »AND SPAGHETTI & MEATBALLS OPEN SUN THURS HAM -12PM FRI & SAT HAM - I A M SEATS 50 PERSONS OFF STREET PARKING HERE Ot 10 60! IIKlUDINe SUNDAYS 1-10 1 I I I I COLD BEER— VEAL PARMESAN with SPAGHETTI Crisp Garlic Roll, All the Salad you can eat $039 After 4 p.m. WMW'J ...where else? Wedding rites ore performed Sallyann Helen Donley and J. Craig Andes were united in marriage in Clarksville Bible Church, Clarksville, Mich. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Donley, Myerstown. She is a 1972 graduate of Lebanon County High School, a 1973 graduate of Word of Life Bible Institute, New York, and a 1976 graduate of Grand Rapids School of Bible and Music. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Andes, formerly of Pottstown, Sydney, Australia. He attended Pottsgrove High School and is a 1972 graduate of St. Ives High School, Sydney. He is also a 1976 graduate of the Grand Rapids School. Officiating at the double ring ceremony was the Rev. Elwood Norton, pastor. Music was provided by David Schell, organist; Bryce Donley, soloist, and Brian Donley, trum- peteer. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her sister, Faith Donley, maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Nadine Books, sister of the bride, and Melody Andes, the bridegroom’s sister. Jennifer and Kellee Andes were flower girls. Michael Halliday was best man. Ushers were Bryce Donley, brother of the bride; Daniel Blaha, and Steve Willison. Following a reception in the church parlor, the newlyweds left on a wedding trip to northern Michigan. They will reside in Warrenton, Mo. Mite Society hears speaker Mrs. Eugene Smith, member, was speaker at a luncheon meeting of the Mite Society of Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Her topic was “Blossom Where You Are Planted.” M rs. Marion Geiger and Mrs. Leonard Moser were in charge of the event. Sixty-eight visits to shut-ins were reported. Mrs. Gerald Hippie, sunshine chairman, noted that 20 greetings were mailed. Mrs. Moser reported one quilt completed. The next meeting will be Oct. 13 at the church. IVYLAHDINN 882 Farmington A»e. 326-9899 Ihttrniiiv Is \ifihl 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Spaghetti & Meatballs SALAD & GARLIC BREAD *412« Chlldrw Under 12 $1.75 Open Daily 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Open Sun. 1 to 10 Dinners and Cocktails 4lh Annual 0LEY VALLEY ANTIQUE SHOW at the 0LEY VALLEY FIRE CO. Pottstown Memorial Medical Center Admitted: William Wilkinson, 630 Grosstown Road, Stowe; Alice Landis, Pottstown RD 3; Chong Hun Yi, Pottstown RD 2; James Breisch, 354 Beech St.; James Faust Jr., Sehwenksville RD 2; Scott Romich, Meadowbrook Apartments, Gilbertsville; David Albright, 40 W. 6th St.; Raymond Moser, Boyertown RD 3; Bruce Adams, Pottstown RD 3; Kathleen Kaas, 1330 Cherry St.; Irene Auchey, 112 E. Philadelphia Ave., Boyertown; Joseph Muscatello, Gilbertsville RD 1; Elizabeth Lord, Douglassville RD 2; Sy lvaine Farr, 331 Chestnut St.; Thomas Cook, 353 W. Beech St.; Wade Dunning, 458 N. Hanover St.; Florence TROTH IS TOLD-Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Riegner, Douglassville, announced the engagement of their daughter, Christine Finkbone, to Jeffrey Lindahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lenert Lindahl, Elm Bldg., Amity Gardens, Douglassville. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Daniel Boone High School. Her fiance is a graduate of the same school. &OYEÍTOWN 367-2237 STARTING TOMORROW 2 DISNEY HITS DUMBO PLUS. .. RIDE A WILD PONY _ _____ crt^hc / riverside Speakçasyr ^ presents THE BEST IN LIVE ROCK BANDS1 Wed.-Thur*.-Fri.-Sat. - THIS WEEK TURNER BROTHERS DISCO-FUNKY-ROCK & ROLL THURSDAY NIGHT IS LADIES NIGHT REAL ITALIAN PIZZA Route 29 " ^ I« \ Graterford :• h, , - information or direction call 489.3210 Hunter, 6 1st Ave., Collegeville; Shirley Brotherton, 1175 Grandview Circle, North Coventry; Mary Cressman, Pottstown RD 2; Judith Lauers, Gilbertsville RD 1; Mary Jo Scarlotta, 20 Valley View Road, Birdsboro; Leonard Raab, 814 E. Schuylkill Road, North Coventry; Amanda Gehris, 534 N. Reading Ave., New Berlinville; Jacob Trinley, 2 Ferndale Lane, Linfield; Esther Lengle, 428 King St.; Ruth Rightnour, 1473 Hilltop Road, Lower Pottsgrove; Stella Swavely, 693 N. Hanover St.; Linda Skokowski, 36 W. 9th St.; Florence Connelly, 1114 Bellview Ave.; Jullyn Banyai, 165 W. Ridge Pike, Limerick; Allen Landis, Frederick Mennonite Home; Sandra Anderson. 630 Beech St.; Laura Saunders, 165 W. Ridge Pike, Limerick; Shannon Conley, Sanatoga; Harry Cornelius, Griffith Towers. Maternity; Mrs. Daria Sweitzer, Elverson RD 1; Mrs. Alberta Yoder, 944 High St.; Mrs. Patricia A. Pollock, 200 Fairview St., Stowe ; Mrs . Kathleen Netzer, Pottstown Star Route; Mrs. Patricia Pennypacker, 443 Walnut St. Discharged: Carrie Slichter, 180 S. Pleasant View Road, Lower Pottsgrove; Robert Henderson, 435 Chestnut St.; Carmen Cellucci, 504 Fairview St., Stowe; Joseph Calamaro Jr., 27 Cochise Lane, Royersford; Lillian Solt, 622 N. Reading Ave., New Berlinville; Robert Seymour, 196 Providence Forge, Royersford; Nancy Moyer, Boyertown RD 1; Joan Yorgey, 449 Clearview St.; Ricky Fronheiser, 453 Church St., Bally; Mary Maurer, 1110 Crestwood Drive, Lower Pottsgrove; Dana Fleming, Pottstown RD 1; John Grater, Schwenksville RD 1; Bonita Gregory, 214 Jay St., Stowe; Virginia Gray, 408 Bryton Ave., North Coventry; Ruth Colbert, 99 Sunrise Lane; Hang Nguyen, 1512 Keim St.; Leslie McConnell, Barto RD 1; Susan Yorgey, Boyertown RD 2; Sarah Nyman, Boyertown RD 2, Gary Shawell, H-5 Myrtle St.; Susan Pierce. Amity Garden Apartments, Douglassville; Mary Wintergrass, Laurelwood Drive, Douglassville; Louise Wood, Pottstown RD 1; Michael Pelko, 333 Mill St., Boyertown; James Greenawalt, Rolling Hills, Lower Pottsgrove; Christina Martin, 801 highland Ave., Boyertown; Mary Graefe, 42 Old Swede Road, Douglassville; Dennis Harp, Pottstown RD 3; Eugene Troy, 2330 N. Charlotte St.; David Albright, 40 W. 6th St.; Robert Horner, 13 E. Linbrook Road, Collegeville; Cecelia Kerr, 316 Rowan Alley; David Varady, 552 High St.; Louis Whitby, 111 King St. Maternity; Mrs. Margaret Meyens, 324 Bridge St., Collegeville; Mrs. Karen Conley, Rolling Hills, Lower Pottsgrove. DOUGLASSVILLE HOTEL Rt 422 — Old Swede Rd — Douglassville, Pa A Friendly and Homey Place to Go1 ---------—Serving Full Monu STEAKS & SEAFOOD Specializing in Dinners Served Thur* Fri & Sat , 5 to 10 P M For Reservations... 385-3585 ---------------LUNCH DAILY----------- Bor Opens Doily at I 1 A M Many Domestic and Imported Bpers iWTiTïfïk Open 7:15 HALFWAY HOUSE 0AILY DINNER SPECIAL TODA* LOBSTER with Baked A # A P Potato ot French V M If H F r t e % Hem# ▼ + mode Muffin! 11 f vegetable p€ OPEN SALAD BAR per person 1495 FARMINGTON AVE. POTTSTOWN CALL 323-9850 For Reservations BAR OPENS Mon to Ft* 8:30 c Sat 10 a m H iway drive-in RT422 LIMERICK 489 7675 Shows Dusk 2 Giant Smash Hits BURT REYNOLDS THE LONGEST YARD FOX THEATRES Daily 7:10 & 9 NOW SHOWING CMEfflA NORCO MALL 323-7770 • Baby Blue Marine" (PG) Daily 7 & 9 » "The Stranger & the Gun Flighter" (PG) 7:101.9 FRED’S SANDWICH SHOP v 54 E HIGH ST , STOWE j ------- ANNOUNCING!! -----Starling Monday, June 14th. WE WILL BE SERVINfi BREAKFAST Mon. thru Fri. 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. ...AND AS USUAL OUR SUPER VARIETY OF SANDWICHES WILL BE SERVED DAILY TIL 10 P.M. SAT. HOURS 10:30 am to 6 pm CALL...323.2444 TA«-OUT Main Street, Oley, Pa. Off Route 73 and 662 FRI., JUNE 11 — 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. SAT., JUNE 12—11 a.m. to 8 p.m. W RIDGI PIKE EAGLEVILLE, (Between Colteaevilie & Norristown) JUNE 8 THRU JUNE 19 Featuring RKITHOF7ER SHOWS ON THE Bicentennial Midway CHICKIN CORNS NOW CONIS.DOV6NNUT9 Kiddles Ntoht TUES. A THURS. NICHTS MATINEE 1 to4 Sat. June 12 A 19 Sun. June IS. 5 to 9 • FAMILY FUN AT ITS BIST! • NBHNHNHHHNHBBi 29fti annual LOWER PROVIDENCE TWP.

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