Archive - Nov 19, 2010
BROOKVILLE â€” The Jefferson County Solid Waste Authority Wednesday released a report that documented the authority's positive effect on the environment.
According to the report, which was issued by the North East Recycling Council, the authority's recycling programs collected 17,086.2 tons of waste, such as paper, glass, metals, plastics, wood and computers that were used during production of new items.
Jason Fallara (second from left) was crowned the King, and Joe Neal (far right) was named Prince during halftime of the Powderpuff football game Thursday night at Jack LaMarca Memorial Stadium. Fallaraâ€™s escort was Corri Snyder (far left) and Nealâ€™s was Lauren McGarvey. The Seniors won, 34-8. (Photo by Dan Walk/The Punxsutawney Spirit)
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” The Stompin' Seniors ignored an 8-0 deficit within the first four minutes of the game and scored 34-straight points during a 34-8 victory over the Jersey Juniors during PAHS' annual Powderpuff football game Thursday night at Jack LaMarca Memorial Stadium.
Five different seniors were able to score a touchdown, as after cutting the Juniors' lead to 8-6 entering the second quarter, the Seniors managed 14 points during each of the second and third quarters.
Christopher S. Limrick, 40, Punxsutawney, died at his residence in Gaskill Township.
He was born Dec. 16, 1969, in Punxsutawney, a son of Robert D. Limrick of Altoona and the late Judith A. (Firment) Limrick, who preceded him in death in 1998.
Mr. Limrick was a 1988 graduate of Punxsutawney Area High School and earned an associateâ€™s degree in drafting design from Triangle Tech.
He was the former proprietor of The Right Sound in Punxsutawney.
W. Wayne Irwin, 84, Punxsutawney, departed this earth, Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010, to be with his dearly departed wife, Betty Lou (Alabran) Irwin.
He was born June 9, 1926, in Rossmoyne, a son of the late Joseph W. and Zoe (Hawk) Irwin.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II assigned to Company C 17th Armored Infantry Battalion â€śHellcatsâ€ť serving in the European Theater as a rifleman.
Before retiring, Mr. Irwin worked as a coal driller for Northern Cambria Fuel for more than 30 years.
Ralph Hughey, 75, Marion Center, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010, at UPMC Presbyterian, Pittsburgh.
He was born July 7, 1935, in Eldred Township, a son of the late Carmen â€śJackâ€ť Hughey and Mary (Reed) Orcutt.
He was married to Rita (Uplinger) Hughey, who survives, of Marion Center.
Mr. Hughey was a former East Mahoning Township roadmaster for many years. He was a dozer operator in earlier years and worked at the Marion Center Speedway for more than 30 years. He enjoyed working in his vegetable garden and being outdoors, and was a pashionate animal lover, especially cats.