Page A-4 – The Progress News – Tuesday, June 7, 2005 What’s Around The Bend In East Brady by Chris Henderson On Tuesday, May 31st, the There are more contestants than Senior Center located at Ameri- annual Awards Day program was ever before, so it promises to be a can Legion Post #488, in Brady’s held at Karns City High School. huge event. Bend, in conjunction with the Included in the program was the Cans for donations for fire- Armstrong County Area Agency presentation of the first Carl F. works are located at various on Aging. Curran II Memorial Scholarship. places around town. Fireworks “We want to make people The recipient was David Black, are great, but very expensive, aware that we, as senior citizens who will be attending West Point Every little bit helps, so please be are still active, and can be pro- Military Academy. In accepting as generous as you can. ductive in the community,” said the award, David said that Carl Be sure to stop by Farmers Center Directory Freda Silvis. was an inspiration to him, even Bank and cast your vote for Citi- Best wishes for continued suc- Robert Fugini, left, presents Legionaire of the Year Award to though the two had never met. zen of the Year. Vote for anyone cess. William Saylor at the Chicora Memorial Day Program. The financial award will be made Leroy Andre photo/story you think deserves this recogni- St. Paul Community Church, at the end of David’s first semes- tion. located on Rt. 268, will hold Va- Area Veteran Honored at Chicora ter of study. The Riverfest Committee is cation Bible School June 27th – Katie Klassen The scholarship was estab- still looking for past winners of July 1st, from 10 AM – 12 Noon. Memorial Day Ceremonies lished to honor the memory of Carl Curran II, son of Dave and Queen, Jr. Miss, Teen Miss, Mini Miss and citizen of the year. If The theme will be Circle G Ranch, where God is at the cen- Lamartine’s A program honoring members of the American Legion, started Bruin High School, in 1937. He was married to Genevieve Manuela Curran, who lost his life in Iraq in May of 2004. It will be you fit into any of these catego- ries, please give Toots a call at ter of everything we do, and Jesus’ love is all around. Pre-reg- Stamp Design in 1982 and discontinued five years later, was reinstituted this Aleene Welsh in 1943, and who died on December 21, 2004. He presented each year. If you’d like to make a donation, checks may 724-526-5346. Don’t be shy. Here’s a reunion announce- istration forms are available at the church, or you can call the Winner year and the Outstanding Legion member of Chicora Post 642 re- is the father of Gary, William, Carol, Joel and Ronald, and has be sent to Carl F. Curran Memo- ment. There will be a reunion of church office at 724-445-3834. Lamartine: Katie Klassen, a ceived a plaque signifying the seven grandchildren and six rial Scholarship Fund, Farmer’s all former teachers and students The church’s summer worship sixth grade student at AC-Valley honor on Memorial Day. great-grandchildren. National Bank, P.O. Box 428, of the “Joint School,” of consists of a casual Saturday Elementary, won the “Design a William C. Saylor, Bruin, a He was employed by the Pickle East Brady, PA 16028. By con- Sugarcreek Township on Satur- evening service at 6 PM and Sun- Stamp for the Future Contest” veteran of WW II was presented Works, later Koppers, retiring in tributing to this fund, you can day, June 11th, from 1 – 4 PM at day morning at 9 AM. Both ser- held by the Lamartine U.S. Post the plaque during the program at 1978. He also drove school bus help to honor the memory of an the Frogtown Wildlife Club vices are led by Rev. Randall J. Office Manager, Kathy the Veterans Memorial following for 30 years. He is a member of American Hero. Watch for future Please bring finger food and Forester. Hunsberger. the parade. Serving in the United the Presbyterian Church, the fundraisers as well. items for the White Elephant There will be a breakfast at St. Klassen’s winning stamp de- States Army in the 706th Tank Parker City Lodge, F&AM, the Since the Riverfest is rapidly Sale. School reunions are usu- Eusebius Church, in East Brady sign and essay, are on display in Battalion he was a gunner on a Odd Fellow Lodge, and has been approaching, let’s look at some ally a lot of fun. If you went to on June 12th, from 9:30 AM – 1 the post office lobby. tank, but also drove a tank, and a member of Bruin Council since news of the ‘Fest. The Queen the school, don’t miss out. Hunsberger says, “Thank you, was involved in other capacities 1960. PM. Don’t miss out on the great Pageant will be held on June The Sugarcreek Fire Depart- Katie, for your participation.” in combat with the Japanese Saylor has been active in veter- food. 25th, at 7 PM at the Arnold mainly in Okinawo. ans activities and is a member of ment Ladies Auxiliary will hold Since this time of year is nor- He received a number of med- the ceremonial squad providing Beabout Community Center. a Rummage and Bake Sale on mally associated with graduation, ACV Fun & als from the government for his veterans funeral services and at June 9th, at the firehall, from 9 let’s take a look at the traditions STEINERS AM – 1:30 PM, and on June 10th, involved. Most graduation cus- Health Fair 2005 services. He was discharged on various other functions involving The A-C Valley Family Center April 26, 1946. Saylor is a Life school participation in the area. from 9 AM – 12 Noon, at which toms originated in Europe. Of- OUTDOORS & MORE time all rummage will be sold at a ten, two separate ceremonies are will host its 13th annual Fun and Member of the VFW and a long Saylor joins Leroy Andre, first 502 Ferry St. Suite 10 Health Fair, June 10th from 11 time member of the American awardee, Robert Fugini, Norm East Brady, PA discount. Drop off times for the held, Baccalaureate, a religious Legion. Campbell and Charles Burns as (724) 526-3442 rummage will be on June 8th, ceremony, is usually held the am to 3 pm at the A-C Valley El- ementary School in Foxburg, PA. Born in Ridgeville, Washing- previous recipients of the award. M-F 8AM-8PM: SAT. & SUN. 8AM-6PM from 10 AM – 3 PM and 6 – 8 Sunday before Commencement, ton Twp., Saylor moved to Bruin The award will be presented each PM. Lunch will be available on which is the actual awarding of Our theme this year is “Wild Bedding Plants West”. This is a day of education in 1929, and graduated from Memorial Day in the future. Veggie Plants Thursday. Remember, one diplomas. The cap and gown person’s rummage can be another date back to Medieval Europe. and fun for people of all ages. Hanging Baskets UPMC Northwest will offer free “You Meet the Nicest People at the Little House” person’s treasure. Don’t miss out The cap is nicknamed a mortar Live Bait, Fly Tying & Fishing Tackle on the fun. board, as it is flat, and the gown blood pressure, body fat compo- Uplinger’s Little House Restaurant Catfish Contest June 25th On May 25th, an Older Ameri- is indicative of one’s academic sition, osteoporosis screenings, Rt. 68 Brady’s Bend • 724-526-5051 We Have What You Need hand wash bath, self-esteem edu- to Catch Fish! can Day Dinner was held at the status. Most schools name a • Quiet Cozy Atmosphere • Fast Friendly Service Valedictorian and Salutatorian. cation and children’s activities. • Full Breakfast- Lunch & Dinner Menu Served All Day These are the students with the The American Red Cross will • Friday Fish- Baked or Battered Cod, Butterfly- PENELOPES CAKES conduct a blood drive from noon FURLONG’S highest and second highest grade to 6 pm. Donors are needed. Shrimp or Our own Salmon Patties Birthdays, Anniversaries, average, respectively. • Homemade Pies • Real “Down Home” Cooking SERVICE Holidays, Music is always part of a gradu- Over 25 agencies from • Daily Specials- Open 7am to 7pm-Closed Mondays And Special Occasions ation ceremony. “Pomp and Cir- Armstrong, Butler, and Clarion Nacho’s & Cheese • Soft Pretzels cumstance” is still the accepted and Venango Counties are slated to attend. Each table will have Crumbie Melts and Electric Melters- 3 New Scents standard, although “Trumpet Voluntary,” a Baroque piece at- hands-on activities for children Daily Post Gazette Sold Here! tributed to Purcell by some and and agency brochures for par- QUALITY ents. GAME NITE ★ GAME NITE ★ GAME NITE Clarke by others, is gaining fast. SALES & SERVICE There will be a Chinese Auc- G GAME NITE EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT G CLARION, PA PENELOPE S. DIEHM 608 Kellys Way tion with over 40 items and a A SPONSORED BY PARKER V.F.D. A (724)-526-3508 East Brady bake sale with fresh baked goods M M 814-226-8380 to benefit the Family Center. The ALL PAPER BINGO Congratulations Parent Advisory Council will be E E Jesse Aaron Callender serving hoagies, hot dogs, chips We Now Have Summer Is Here! Class of 2005 and drink in the cafeteria to ben- efit our “Angels for Christmas” annual gift drive. Free kids N I T 3 LUCKY NUMBERS BANQUETS • DINNERS • RECEPTIONS N I T games, loot bags and drink will Randy & Bob’s Carstar Auto Body be provided to all in attendance. The Fair will be held indoors. E Early Birds 7:00 PM, Reg. Bingo 7:30 PM • FOOD SERVED GAME NITE ★ GAME NITE ★ GAME NITE E Does •Boat Repair Fiberglass/Aluminum •Jet Skis •Watercraft Trailers Upon his graduation, •Motorcycles Jesse will be seeking a career in Law •Carizzma Custom Paints Enforcement or Security. We are proud of you CALL 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK and wish you the best of luck! Route 38, 6 miles North of Butler Phone: (724) 282-2933 Love, A Window of Opportunity! RANDY AND BOB 6 A locally owned and operated facility. www.randyandbobs.com Mom, Dad & Family el Mod use ho Tree For Join us for our School’s Out Celebration Open y s ! Friday, June 3: No Troll Gate Fee – Free Sta swimming and putt-putt all day Call About “Saturdays in the Park” “What’s Living Where You’re June through Swimming” from 1:00 ‘til 3:00 pm Labor Day www.twomile.org • • • 814.676.6116 27th Annual BUTLER RODEO 27th Annual BUTLER RODEO June 16th, 17th & 18th- 8PM Performance Goes On Rain or Shine! Gates Open at 6pm Butler Farm Show Grounds Rt 68- 3 miles West of Butler Sanctioned Events Bareback Bronc Riding • Team Roping • Calf Roping Cowgirl’s Barrel Racing • Saddle Bronc Riding Steer Wrestling • Brahma Bull Riding Come See Past and Present IPRA World Champions Compete for Top Prizes!! Thursday Night Only- All Kids 4-12 will be admitted for free with purchase of an adult admission and donation of can of food to the Salvation Army of Butler Friday Night - Rodeo Dance at Farm Show Grounds, 10:30 PM Saturday- Kids Day at the Rodeo 4:00 - 5: 30 PM www.farmersnb.com Gate Prices: Adults $10.00 • Children (4-12) $5.00 Tickets available at the Farm Show Office Beginning June 13, 2005 Sanctioned by: The International Professional Rodeo Assoc., Oklahoma, OK.