The Gazette and Daily from York, Pennsylvania on December 11, 1969 · Page 16
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The Gazette and Daily from York, Pennsylvania · Page 16

York, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, December 11, 1969
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The Red Lion Council Abolishes 3 Jobs Borough solons take action in reducing positions in highway dept. as economy move. Ked Lion Borough council, in an economy move last night while looking ahead to contemplated tight 1970 financial operations, abolished the jobs", of three borough employes. The Council ordered two-week notices of employment termination given to William H. Goodwin, hired last April 28 as full time borough mechanic at an annual salary of $5,800, and Ernest G. Smeigh, Sr., and Ernest E. Smeigh, Jr., who have been working with the high-, way crew since earlier this year. Council decided all three men would receive Christmas bonuses prior to leaving borough employment. One of the two highway work-men will be offered a job in the borough sewer department.. The borough plans to return to its former policy of having equipment maintained and repaired on a time and material basis. The action reduces from six to four the number of men employed full time in the borough highway department. Family Paty At Church - About 235 parsons attended the annual family Christmas party of St. Paul's United Methodist congregation Sunday. Richard H. Baldwin, Sunday school superintendent, served as master of ceremonies for the opening program that included: Song by the Kindergarten department; prayer, fifth and sixth graders; scripture in song, third and fourth graders; offertory song, Youth fellowship members, led by Jay Vasellas; prayer, Rev. Rob- ert H. Van Natta, assistant pastor, end a song by first and second grades. Junior High Youth fellowship was in chargta of crafts- and assisted Mrs. Gary Stabley,- Mrs. Dale Frey and Mrs. Albert Miller in presenting the various crafted items. Children then went to their classrooms while the adults remained in the fellowship hall for the supper served by the host Women's Society of Christian Service circle headed by Mrs. John Ebert and Mrs. Poy Lee. Briefs Red Lion Area School board will meet in monthly session tonight at 8 in the library of the area senior high school building. Mason-Dixon Boy Scout district will hold its annual Christmas party for all Cub Scouts and their leaders tonight at 7:30 in Windsor Manor Elementary school building. Treats will be distributed and a magician will entertain. The Four Fold Friends' class of Bethany United Methodist church will hold its annual Christmas banquet tonight at' 6:30 at Warner's Dairyland. Each member is asked to bring a gift fox the Harrisburg State hospital. Annual Christmas parties will be held this week by Red Lion American Legion Auxiliary Unit 543 and its junior group. The. women's yule event will be conducted tonight at 6:30 at the post (Continued on Page- Twenty-Six) See Red Lion News Sub Sandwich Sale 13th. Red Lion Firev.Co., starting 50c ea. dll-3t - Sat., Dec. et 10 a .m. Adv. Pantv Hose By Fruit of the Loom. $1.49; stretch style, $1.99; opeaw, $1 99. Panty hose by Beauty Mist. $1.75 & $2.00; opaque, $2.00. KLINEDINST'S Adv dll-3t Gift Accessories New handbag styles, casual & dressy, new wet Look, etc., $1.98. $2.98, $3.49, ut to $20. Gift gloves in stretch nylon, leather, wool & fur lined, $2.00, $2.98 up. Gift costume iewelrv, new pins, earrings, rings, ropes, etc., $1.00. $2.00 up. Gift scarfs, neck & head squares, sashes, etc.. $1.29, $1.49, $1.98 up. New belts $1.59. $1.98 up. Gift umbrellas, solid & print styles, $2.98, $3.49, $3.95 up. KLIiNEDINST'S Adv. dll-3t Bv Lorraioi Kau'l in reouiar' & extra sizej in nylon- tricot, oerma Dress coK: on brushed nylcn flannelette, . chaMis. $2.98. $3.29. $3.49 up. .. KLINEDINST'S Adv. 44t i 16 Gazette and Daily, York, 4 v v . i . 0 5 ; : ; , v ; , ; ' I - ' - 1 - , I- I s' s fvV A I -ft I ft M y&t&i i 1- f I - f 1 1 ! &Kr . ... i . iimnirrwnli'llii v rm.ri. " v.vYw.miT-.'a.vAmvv-rir .j.v, r . 1M.f, ,-n t --n--i nnirrt-nr inn ijlll)i Mimiil-iiMiiii,iliHii,"1'iiiiiMMiim Photo by The Gazette and Daily SENIORS TO GIVE "CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN" "Father" Joe Sentz lines up same of his brood lw daily inspection in the Gilbreth residence in this scene from the three-act comedy, "Cheaper by the Dozen," which the senior class of Ked Lion Area High school will present at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday In the school auditorium. Pictured from left are: Seated, Phyllis Rittenhouse, Linda Hanna, Kathy Smith and Gefl Seitz; standing, Jan Pickel, James Pitzer, Brad Michael, Brad Kline, George Randall (crawling through window), Michele Tallies and Joe Sentz. RedLionWCTUIs Again Sponsoring Yuletide Project Red Lion The annual Christmas project of Red Lion Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be re-: peated this year, it was reported duririff a mpetinff Tuesdav pvpninff a,t lhe home o GrQV Mrs C6ahiS Workillger sported 12 dozens of have heen ordered for use by patients at the Samuel G. Dixon hospital, Mont 'Alto. Members i attending the meeting also signed Christmas greeting cards to be sent to 11 shut-in persons of the community. Mrs. Grove served as program leader for the meeting and, along with Mrs. Horace Gipe and Mrs. Wilson Bacon, presented a playlet entitled "Fruesta Hour." Mrs. Grove also gave a reading, "Christmas Wrappings." i The WCTU's monthly social serv- ice reported included: Cards, 115; visits, 75; flowers, 11; literature, 40 pages; cash, ; $16; fruit juices, 153 glasses, and clothing, 28 garments. Christmas Trees For Sale WEILER'S 66 301 North Alain. Red Lion Adv. d9-3t For Sale By Owner Sinqle home on Linden Ave. Two bedrooms. Ph. 246-1273. Adv. d5-6t Wool Presser Wanted , Apply in Person to Hanna Cleaners Adv. d9-5t Insulated Shoes Leather 9" shoes, the perfect shoe fcr the outdoor worker. $27.95; also Dunham's waterproof shoe, $31.95. MELLINGER'S 117 E. Broadway Red Lion, Pa. Adv. d4,ll,18 Coveralls Ji$P's ccveralls, regular heavy herringbone, $7.98; permapress blue & olive, $9.95 MELLINGER'S . 117 E. Broadway . . Red Lion Adv- d4,ll,18 Matthew Gunnet, Infant Of Near Windsor, Dies Windson Matthew W. Gunnet 17-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Gunnet, Windsor RD 1, near here, died yesterday -at 5:30 p.m. at York hospital shortly after being admitted. An autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death. Surviving besides the parents, are. a brother and a sister, Michael and Patricia Ann Gunnet, both at .home; paternal grandparentis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Gunnet, 41 West Princess street, York, and the-matemal grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard W. Rouah, Wrightsville RD 1. 4 - ements, ( in charge 5 of the 3urg Funeral home, i 134 West Broad- t rLs ; t i ' ' ' w, u. .were, incauiineie last night. i i Pa., r Q Q jQJjy Geesey Selected Band President Ronald Geesey elected head of Red Lion Concert band at annual reorganization meet- Red lion Ronald Geesey was elected president of Red Lion Concert band succeeding James Loyer at the annual reorganization meeting Monday evening at -Red Lien Youth Center building. Other band officers for 1970 are: Larry Smith, vice-president; Marilyn Hoover, secretary; Diane Grove and Patti Walker, assistants; George Miller, treasurer and a director; Clarence Miller, business manager; Sam McFarland, assistant; D. Miriam Smith, publicity chairman; Debbie Orwig, assistant; Keith McFarland, head librarian; Steve Mc- Farland and Randy Murphy, assist ants, and Charles Murphy, member of the board of directors, The annual Christmas party for band and auxiliary members and their families will be held Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Airville fire hall. The band also will provida music for the annual children's Christmas party Saturday, Dec. 20, at 10 a.m. at Red Lion Elks home where members are to report in uniform. The final rehearsal of the band will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Youth Center since the band will join the auxiliary Dec. 22 for the annual Christmas caroling tcur of the town starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Youth Center building. ' Undergoes Surgery Pius B. Stermer, Red Lion RD 1, who recently underwent surgery at York hospital is convalescing at hii home, near here. Dallastown Council Halts Free Parking For Yule Shoppers Dallastown A yule tradition begun by borough council nine years ago that of providing free parking downtown for Christmas shoppers, visitors ' and others-JwlU be discontinued this year. - ' Borough council decided Monday night the meters will remain in operation through the Christmas sea- son,' with the only holiday being Christmas Day itself. The meter holi- , day of about a week had been start- "ed in 1966. - ' ' ' v " " ' ' , . me soLons explained there had been complaints last year that some Thursday Morning, December 11, 1969 Catherine Holmes, White HallWed To Paul Teague Phito by Evertart Catherin Lorraine Wliite Hall Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Holmes, this place, became the bride of Paul David Teague, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Teague, Street, Md., on Saturday, Nov. 22. The double ring ceremony was solemnized at 2 p.m. in Vernon United Methodist church by the pastor, Rev. Clifford H. Kelbaugh. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an A-line floor-length gown of white peau de sode with a fitted bodice. The sleeves and . bodice were of Chantilly lace and the bodice was accented by sequins. The watteau style train was of chapel length and trimmed with matching lace. She carried a bouquet of long stemmed white carnations. Wynola Y. Miller was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Sharon Roman and Martha Markline. Cindy Kay Holmes, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Best man was Richard D. Miller. Ushers were Warren Burke and Rog er Teague, the latter a brother of the bridegroom. A reception followed in the church " social hall. The couple will reside at Darlington, Md., RD 1. Mr. and Mrs. Teague are 1969 graduates of North Harford High school. persons had advantage of the free parking by allowing their vehicles to stand all day in the metered zone. Also, the councilmen- felt that with the, inception of one-side parking on ; 1i - ro5 if fM' fhii anffvol I ", ' : i meters would wove ' more harmful than' helpful to downtowri merchants. ' P TT I f ' ,"u, , X " Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Karen L Bisker Wed To Airman Freeland girl becomes bride of Airman John E. Newman in ceremony at St. John the Baptist Catholic church, New Fr 4 Freeland Karen Louise Bisker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent H. Bisker, this place, was united in marriage with Airman John Edward Newmm at l.p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, in St. John the Baptist Catholic church, New Freedom. Rt. Rev. Msgr. Lawrence A. Gus-tin officiated at the double ring nuptial rites in which the bride was given in marriage by her father. The brdegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McCarthy, Uppercb, Md. The bride wore a floor-length gown of white velvet with an empira waistline, high neckline, long skirt sleeves and a gathered skirt. The waist, bodice and neckline were trimmed with venise lace. The chapel length train of velvet was attached to a bow at the waistline. A bouffant veil of illusion was held in place by a crown of pearls and .crystals. She carried white carnations and roses. Her attendant was Pat Yeager, Freeland. ' Roger Armacost, Upperco, was best man. Ushering was performed by Mark Tinley, Patuxent, Md., brother-in-law of the bride. Mrs. Marie Frances Walters was the organist. Seventy guests attended the reception at the home of Roy Itzoe, New Freedom. The couple returned yesterday from a honeymoon in South Carolina and will reside at Sumter, S.C. t A Hereford High school graduate, the bride is employed as payroll clerk by the C and P Telephone company. Her husband, a graduate of the same school, is now serving in the Air Force. Charles Goodman, 88, Former Stewartstown Resident, Succumbs Stewartstown Charles R. Goodman, 88, husband of the late Mrs. Cora E. Goodman and formerly of this place, died Sunday at Jamestown, N.Y., where he resided with . his son, Charles R. Goodman, Jr. Mrs. Goodman died in 1953. Another son, Robert E. Goodman, Jacksonville, Fla., and a nephew, Walter P. Wolf, this place, survive. Funeral services were held Tues- day in Jamestown with burial yes- terday morning in the Stewartstown cemetery. Delta UF Collection Hits Total Of $448 Delta A collection from Delta of $448.79 for the United Fund of York County drive was reported yesterday by the local chairman, Robert Mc Laughlin. Zone chairmen who carried out the drive were Mrs. Virginia Bucking- ham, Mrs. Eileen Cooper, Mrs. Joan .TnnfK anH Mrs t FWtu PC.ppkpp. i - T.T.Tr, ' " "- ' . i r You'll Find Mor Of Interest Jhe Famil,r Nwsoaoer. , The .Oazelt eno ... . . AdV. ':', u4 , y:;-y t ,;v J . '..C

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