York Daily Record from York, Pennsylvania on May 18, 1973 · Page 16
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York Daily Record from York, Pennsylvania · Page 16

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Friday, May 18, 1973
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16 Daily Record, Friday, May 18, 1973 Car Of The Future How hind Emmctt's Vintage tar of the Future will bo one of the featured attractions at this year's 15th annual York Hospital I'cle Friday and Saturday at the York Fairgrounds. A power plant operating on boiled after-shave lotion is one of the automotive firsts claimed for the I'org-Warner Vintage Car by its creator. British in ven tor- cartoonist Rowland Knimett. He's shown adjusting the tcaspoon-bladed turbine engine which receives a boost from trumpet blasts delivered by the small cherub. 15 th Annual Hospital Fete This Weekend The 15th Annual York Hospital Fete will open Friday from 4 to 10 p.m. with children's activities on the midway. Mechanical rides for children and teenagers will be in operation along with animal rides, a petting zoo and game and novelty booths. Food will be on sale at the various snack shops and chicken barbecue and seafood platters will be served from 4 to 8 p.m. The Book Nook and Country Auction will be open for inspection and Rowland Emett's Vintage Car of the Future will be on display. Saturday at the Fete will feature Memorial Hall and outside activities from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Memorial Hall events will include booths with sale items, food and exhibits manned by hospital auxiliary volunteers. Special activities to be held throughout the day will be the Country Auction and Celebrity Auction, Autocross, Rowland Emett's Vintage Car of the Future and the White Rose Cat Club exhibit. Other events include sky divers from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; York Dog Training Obedience exhibition, noon; Baltimore Colts football player Lydell Mitchell, 1p.m.; model airp!anedemonstration,2p.m.; jousting, 3 p.m. and the North Hills Junior High School "Falconaires", 4 p.m. Karl Wallenda and His Troupe will perform their famous high-wire act at 5 p.m. The Fish Group of Christ Lutheran Church, Dallastown, will perform at 7 p.m. and the West York Area High School German Band will present selections at 8 p.m. The Fete is sponsored by the Woman's Auxiliaries of York Hospital, who have pledged $500,000 to the $18.5 million expansion program now in progress. Proceeds from the Fete will be applied toward the pledge. Units chosen as memorial projects are the complete Out-Patient Department, the Cardio Pulmonary Function Area and the Linear Acclerator, used in the treatment of cancer through super-voltage therapy. fx,, ..i..- .- -n-tfirAwrtain- iftffliiMHft jrMWnrnwrtytrF"-..,.,....f...,v-..i.. , ,-.. , ,. o...- ....... , , ,... i ii i -fiii ii William Penn Class of '28 Tlie 1 members of the class of !!28 of William Penn Senior High School attending their 4."th anniversary reunion May 5 at San Carlo's Restaurant decided to mark their golden anniversary in 1978. Included among (lie !Ml persons in attendance were 3!) spouses of members and three special guests. .Mrs. Eva Hoy Wcimer and .Mr. and Mrs. A. Reginald Fink. New officers elected were: president, Annetla Wikel IJeaverson: vice president. Jack Lukens: secretary, Nelda Crist Roth, and treasurer, Sara Stable Mathiot. Members of the arrangements coinmiiiee were: Harold Rojahn, chairman: Dorothy Nickol Uaumeister. Sara Stahle Mathiot. Elizabeth King Bailey, Elizabeth Butler Schminke, Nelda Crist Roth. Jack Lukens and II. Frank Smith.

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