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March 8, 2013
Weirton Daily Times

St. Paul's to

host luncheon

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 415 Adams St., Steubenville, will hold its monthly soup and sandwich luncheon on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The featured soups are lentil, potato and chili. Sandwiches include ham salad, egg salad and barbequed ham. Desserts, coffee, tea and cold drinks also are provided.

Cost is $6 for adults and $3 for children age 12 and under. Carryouts also are available.

Date changed for

Brooke meeting

The Brooke County Federation of Democratic Women have moved the March meeting to Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Follansbee Library because of a schedule conflict.

The W.Va. Federation of Democratic Women "Day at the Legislature" is being held Thursday at the state capitol in Charleston, which all women are invited to attend.

The Tuesday meeting is open to candidates running for office in the city of Follansbee to present their platform. Candidates interested in attending should call Anna Gillespie, president, at (304) 748-1447.

Three Score

Seniors meet

The Three Score Seniors held their February meeting at Undo's in Weirton with President Cookie Veltri presiding.

Entertainment Chair Rosemary Gaynor introduced Donahue and Son. Dave Watkins will provide the March entertainment.

Reports were given by Pat Deletka, secretary, and Joan Village, treasurer.

Tour Chair Regina Truax announced the following trips:

Truax asked for suggestions for future trips. For information, call (304) 723-0419.

Membership Chair Nancy Smurda reported 172 paid members this year, with 110 in attendance at the meeting.

Sunshine Chair Winnie Kemp reported on cards sent. Members observed a moment of silence for longtime past member Wilma Mentzer. Members observed recent birthdays and anniversaries. Kathryn Hardsouk was introduced as the new house chair.

Veltri reminded members to observe the rules and remember the doors don't open until 4:45 p.m. A change in the by-laws will mean no restrictions on the number of meetings members need to attend. Dues were increased to $5, and dinner cost increased to $12.

Hospitality Chair Jim Hare gave prizes to Harold Elliott, Lee Roy Edwards, Joe Pulice, Viola Blanc, Marge Serfini, Sam Lescallette, Viola Blanc. Betty Virtue gave dinners to Pat Evano, Joan Gallagher, Honey Moore, Margaret Chapman, Eileen Mrvos, Joe Evano and Alma Wansack.

Mary Ann Elliott and Grace Lenhart won Valentine cookies. Jack Cummings awarded the 50/25/25 drawing to Grace Lenhart and Dick Bailey.

Tony LaRosa gave the benediction.

Class of 1964

plans reunion

Catholic Central High School's Class of 1964 met to plan the 50-year class reunion with 13 classmates and friends attending.

Those attending decided to hold the reunion June 6-7, 2014, and those present are investigating event sites and plan to report at the next meeting.

The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. April 3 at Lancelot's Restaurant in Wintersville. All classmates are encouraged to attend.

For information, contact Pat Wells at (740) 537-3982 or

Mended Hearts

to learn CPR

The Greater Wheeling Area Chapter No. 280 of the Mended Hearts Inc. will host a friends and family CPR training session at 6 p.m. Monday.

The training will be held in conference room B at the back of the cafeteria of Ohio Valley Medical Center with instruction provided by Robert Fanning and Janet Trovatovass.

Reservations are required by calling Betsy at (304) 242-6444 or Mary at (304) 280-5221.

Participants will gain knowledge on how to perform CPR but will not receive certification through this program, a spokesman noted.

Toronto Sunrise

Seniors meet

The Toronto Sunrise Seniors met April 22 at the Roosevelt Senior Center with President Susan Kulstad presiding.

Drawing winners were Rose Gibson, Connie Loupushansky, Judy Sabol and Dick Allen. Patty Roth won the Valentine candy.

March 15 is the deadline for the final payment for the Branson, Mo., trip. Call John Bodrog at (740) 537-1611 for information.

Bingo winners were Tim Gribben, Ray Buratynski, Kitty Roth, Eileen Cernansky, Judy Sabol, Betty Mossor, Marge Kane, Phyliss Smith, Nancy Bodrog, Lucy Timko, Jay Smith, Anka Buratynski and Patty Roth.

Scat winners were Joyce Gribben, John Bodrog, Beth Clark, Kathy Pertko, Tim Gribben, Mary Lou Deku, Judy Sabol and Harry Andrews. The next meeting is today at 5 p.m. at the center.

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