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From: "Hannah M. Fisher" <>
Subject: [PAFAY] Re: SCRAPBOOK; NIEMAN/KOSTELNIK, GERBA/ALLAN, FITZMAURICE/BASHOUR, WARD, POSTAL AWARDS, ROTARY OFFICERS, MILLER, STEFL, REDSTONE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1927 REUNION, ENVIRONMENTAL CAMP
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2003 05:33:54 -0700 (MST)
In-Reply-To: <Pine.GSO.4.02A.10310291938360.21339-100000@agave.ahsc.arizona.edu>


MR. and MRS. ALBERT S. NIEMAN, Brooklyn and Gardiner, NY, have annouced
the engagement of their daughter, KATHERINE SARA, to ALAN DAVID KOSTELNIK,
son of MR. and MRS. ANDREW R. KOSTELNIK, of Hiller. Nov. 2, 1970.

June 26, 1970, MR. and MRS. MICHAEL GERBA, 214 Barnett Ave., Knoxville
Addition, Brownsville Twp. annouce the engagement of their daughter, MARY
MICHELLE to ROBERT BRUCE, son of MR. and MRS. ARTHUR J. ALLAN, 107 Elrose
Dr., Pittsburgh.

JUNE 1970. At a ceremony solemnized in St. Procopius R.C. Church, New
Salem, ROSE MARIE FITZMAURICE, daughter of MRS. KATHERINE FITZMAURICE,
Fairbank, and the late JAMES FITZMAURICE, became the bride of DAVID GEORGE
BASHOUR, son of MR. and MRS. GEORGE BASHOUR, 217 Vesta St. Republic.

June 29, 1970, O. EBERLY, chairman of the board of directors of Gallatin
National Bank, announced the election of C.F. WARD as president of the
bank, effective July 1. He suceeds JOHN G. ALEX, who will retire June 30.

July 1, 1970, Four members of the Brownsville Post Office were presented
awards under the recommendation of WALTER STUART, postmaster. The award
recepients are: ROBERT E. CUNNINGHAM, DUANE L. MURRAY, RALPH G. HATFIELD,
and WAYNE D. PORTER, shown with Postmaster STUART.

July 1, 1970, New Rotary officers are installed: seated left to right:
GEORGE HALLAL, ERNEST MAGARIO, CHARLES KELLER,
Standing: JAMES EMERY, CHARLES SIEBART, GEORGE DeBOLT, WILLIAM JOHNSON,
and BOB PETRIELLO.

July 4, 1970, Redstone High School Class of 1927 hold a reunion at Hugo's
Restaurant.
JOHN NORMAN served as master of ceremonies. MISS MARGARET HAINES gave the
invocation and the welcome address was by HUDSON HIGINBOTHAM. MRS. MARTHA
CASTEE GLOTFELTY conducted the memorial service for the 16 deceased
members. W. EDWARD GRIFFITH presented awards. The reunion committee
members were: MISS MAE FARRO, MISS ELIZABETH KING, MRS. IDA SOLARY
CAPUZZI, MRS. CATHERINE FITZMAURICE, MRS. ANNA BERGEN PLISKO, JOHN NORMAN,
JOHN LOCKHART, JERRY DELLAMEA and PAUL COLLETTI.

SEATED left to right: MRS. JOSEPHINE BOYLE HAGNER, MRS. ELIZABETH CRAFT
GREGG, MRS. PLISKO, MISS HAINES, MISS FARRO, MISS KING, MRS CATHERINE
GILLEN FITZMAURICE, MRS. CAPUZZI, MRS. GLOTFELTY, MRS. LARA BRADSHOW
TOWNSEND

Standing: EDWARD MONSOUR, MICHAEL BOOLISH, MR. NORMAN, EDWARD GRIFFITH,
WILLIAM CHRISE, MR. HIGINBOTHAM, FRANK YANDRIC, GUY BIERBOWER, MR.
COLLETTI, DWIGHT JACKSON, and MR. LOCKHART.

STEFL, CHARLES A., 68, Second and Fayette St. Hiller, died July 9, 1970,
in Brownsville General Hospital. He was born Nov. 4, 1901 at Mt.
Pleasant, the son of FRANK and MARIE DEVORAK STEFL. He was a retired
miner and a member of St. Andrew's Lutheran Church. Survivors include
his wife, EDELINE SUTER STEFL, two daughters, MRS. DOROTHY SHARPNACK and
MRS. ELAINE SHEEHAN; two sons, DONALD and DR. THOMAS STEFL; two sisters,
MRS. MARIE FARRELL and MRS. EDITH BROWN. Burial in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery
under the direction of the Homer L. Crawford Funeral Home.

July 9, 1970, "A Luzerne Twp. patrolman suffered a fatal heart attack
yesterday afternoon while making an arrest of an Isabella man." ELMER E.
(BUD) MILLER, 53, 800 Lewis St. Ext., Brownsville was dead on arrival at
Brownsville General Hospital. He was born Oct. 16, 1916 in California,
PA, the son of ELMER E. MILLER, SR. and the late MARY JEFFRIES MILLER. He
was the maintenance supervisor of Brownsville General Hospital, and was a
Pennslyvania Game Commission deputy. He had been a patrolman for 2 years.
Survivors include his wife, VERA SINCLAIR MILLER, his father, ELMER E.
MILLER, SR., two sisters, MRS. MARY PATTON and MRS. ETTA LEYDA; two
brothers, JOHN and JAMES. Burial in LaFayette Memorial Park under the
direction of the Andrew J. Skirpan Funeral Home.

Sept. 25, 1970 Sixth graders to attend environmental camp. Four groups of
approximately 90 students each will leave for camp each week. The project
has been designed by the Brownsville Area School Systems teachers and
administrators and local residents and an outdoor education consultant
from Penn State University. HAROLD SEATON is the camp director. JOSEPH
DANIERO is principal. Teachers include: JOHN HENCK, RICHARD MAJERNIK,
NICK CIAPPA, WALTER SHIMBORSKI, MRS. MARY ANN HARBAUGH, MISS MARY KARA,
and MRS. VERNA OCHRAN.
Pictures include MRS. ELIZABETH KING, MRS. VERNA OCHRAN and SISTER MARY
ANDREW.
The instructors: SISTER COLLETTE, MRS. MARY ANN HARBAUGH, RIHARD MAJERNIK,
WALTER SHIMBORSKE, MISS MARY KARA, NICK CIAPPA, JOHN HENCK and DIRECTOR
HAROLD SEATON
Pictured at the Health Center at Camp Frank T. Soles
MRS ANNE MIHAK, MRS. PHYLLIS McMANUS, and MRS. ALVA LAZARAN

Shown is director, HAROLD SEATON and GEORGE ALBERTS, Superintendent of the
Brownsville Area School System

Shown measuring height and diameter of trees, NICK CIAPPA, MRS. NANCY
PRINGLE, MRS. FRANCES GECHOFF and MRS. ELIZABETH KING.

The orientation session picture, First row. MRS. ANNE MIHAK, MRS. ALVA
LAZARAN, MRS. MARY ANN HARBAUGH, MISS MARY KARA, MRS. NANCY PRINGLE and
MRS. FRANCES GEHCOFF

Second row; GEORGE ALBERTS, MICHAEL DEFIGIO, MRS. PHYLLIS McMANUS, MRS.
VERNA OCHRAN and MRS. ELIZABETH KING.

Third row: HAROLD SEATON, NICK CIAPPA, ROBERT MILLWARD, SISTER COLLETTE,
RICHARD MAJERNIK, WALTER SHIMBORSKE, SISTER MARY ANDREW and Principal
JOSEPH DANIERO.


Hannah Millward Fisher
Information Services
Librarian
The University of Arizona
(520) 626-2933 (voice) Arizona Health Sciences Library
1501 N. Campbell, P.O. Box 245079
(520) 626-2922 (fax) Tucson, AZ 85724-5079

"The statements expressed herein are my own and should not be taken as a
position, opinion or endorsement of the University of Arizona."



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