September 3rd, 2012
Kathleen E. Ginther, 60, of 1785 Bucktail Rd., St. Marys, died Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012 at her home, surrounded by her loving family.
A Mass of Christian Burial for Kathleen E. Ginther will be celebrated today at 10 a.m. at Sacred Heart Church, Center St., St. Marys, with Fr. Eric Vogt, OSB, as celebrant. Â
Burial will follow in the St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery.
There will be no visitation.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Community Nurses Hospice, Johnsonburg Road, Suite 200, St. Marys, PA 15857.
Frank L. Etaliano, 67, of Wehler Road, St. Marys, died unexpectedly early Monday morning, Sept. 3, 2012 at UPMC Hamot Hospital in Erie .
He was born on Sept. 18, 1944 in Warren, son of the late Guiseppe and Gladys Ewings Etaliano. On April 5, 1967, in Ellicottville, Md., he married Cheryl A. Snyder, who survives.
He was a graduate of Sheffield High School, Class of 1962, and had resided in St. Marys since 1966. He was employed as an electrician at the Stackpole Corp. for 25 years and was employed at Carbon Graphite for six years and was last employed at Eastern Sintered.
Rick Werneth was the lucky winner of the Daily Press' summer photo contest.D The contest was sponsored by The Daily Press and TKS Computer Solutions in St. Marys. During the month of August, readers were asked to submit their best summer photo on the The Daily Press' Facebook page. There were many great submissions and the winner was chosen by random drawing. Rick will be taking home an HP Deskjet Wireless all-in-one printer, copier, and scanner.
Last night's lunar view was known as a "blue moon."
If you saw the moon last night, it looked big and beautiful, but not necessarily blue. Although certain atmospheric conditions can cause a moon to appear blue, it is rare. According to a popular definition, a blue moon is the second full moon in a calendar month.
The first full moon last month occurred on Aug. 1.
The St. Marys Area Flying Dutch football team opened their 2012 season Friday night by hosting the Karns City Gremlins in a Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference (KSAC) Big School Division game.
The Gremlins were able to outscore the Dutch by a 19-12 margin in the second half to record the 38-25 victory.
â€śI am disappointed in the outcome,â€ť said St. Marys coach Joe Schlimm. â€śWe had a lot of first-game mistakes and we definitely have things to work on. This was a learning experience. Weâ€™ll learn from this and work to get better for next week.â€ť
FOX TWP. â€“Â The Elk County Catholic High School boys' soccer team may not have started their season off with a loss, but they did not start out with a win, either, as the squad was unable to put any shots past DuBois Central Catholic keeper Zach Marshall in ECC's season opener on Friday night at Angela Huey Memorial Field in Fox Township. Despite each team's best efforts, both goalies were flawless throughout the entire match, which ended in a 0-0 tie in double overtime.
ST. MARYS - It was not the opening to the 2012 season that the Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders varsity girls' soccer team was hoping for. The DuBois Central Catholic Lady Cardinals left Benzinger Park Friday with a 3-0 victory.
Junior Maddie Meyers accounted for all the scoring in the contest. Her first goal came with 29:18 remaining in the first half on a pass from senior Aundrea Snyder. Meyers tallied again just 50 seconds from intermission.
The Lady Cardinals striker got her final score with 15:09 left in the game.
RIDGWAY - New charges, including multiple drug offenses and illegal possession of firearms, have been filed against Francis Anthony Milliard, 54, of Ridgway, currently incarcerated on arson and related charges in connection with two residential fires in Elk County, as well as charges of attempted murder and assault stemming from Milliard's alleged beating of a Ridgway man.
WILCOX â€“ Bailey Pretak and friends will present â€śRelease the Butterfly,â€ť a concert to benefit the Foundation for Ichthyosis and Related Skin Types on Saturday, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Johnsonburg Area High School Auditorium.Â
The concert is free of charge, but a free-will offering will be taken and all proceeds go to the F.I.R.S.T. foundation to fund research and publicity.Â This weekendâ€™s concert will feature inspirational music by dancers and singers who will tell a story of those who have Ichthyosis.
The St. Marys Heritage Preservation Group has put a display in the storefront window of the building next to Stewart's Jewelers on South Michael Street. It features photos of laborers of the past, as well as items of the present that have helped make St. Marys the proud, self-sustaining, family-oriented community that it is today.