Talk to any woman you know, and there’s a good chance she has used birth control medication at some point in her life.
In fact, according to a December 2014 Center for Disease Control and Prevention article on a National Survey of Family Growth study, 2011-13, “61.7 percent of the 60.9 million women aged 15-44 in the United States were currently using contraception.”
Join us for our free movie night Oct. 21. We will be showing “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” 11:30 a.m. for our littlest patrons. Our 1 p.m. feature will be “The Mummy” (PG-13) starring Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz.
Everyone is welcome to attend!
Reminder: Storytime and crafts with Miss Veronica will be 11 a.m. Thursdays — Oct. 19 and 26 and Nov. 2. No preregistration is necessary, and all ages are welcome.
Thursday, Oct. 19: Elem. — Chicken fries with dinner roll or PB&J, sweet potato tots, celery sticks, banana, chilled peaches, milk. M.S. — Steak sandwich or PB&J, seasoned wedges, celery sticks, banana, chilled peaches, milk. H.S. — Steak sandwich, seasoned wedges, broccoli with dip, chilled peaches, banana, milk.
Stephen Walter Reszetar, 85, died Sept. 24, 2017.
Born in Ormrod, he was a son of the late Josaphat and Nancy Reszetar.
He was a 1955 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and was a fleet officer for 23 years, having had command of both the U.S.S. Lowe (DE-325) and the U.S.S. Kyes (DD-787).
He was an international business consultant and executive for three decades.
He played soccer against a top professional team in Spain before 40,000 fans and he climbed to the top of George Washington’s head on Mount Rushmore.
Angela Marie (Sgro) Sauerzopf, 85, of Whitehall, died Sept. 29, 2017, at Fellowship Manor, Whitehall. She was the wife of Alfred “Fritz” Sauerzopf.
Born in Sunbury, she was a daughter of the late James Sgro and Eleanor (Christiana) Spiziri.
She was a 1953 graduate of Sacred Heart Hospital School of Nursing.
She was a registered nurse at Sacred Heart Hospital.
She was a parishioner of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church, Whitehall.
Ellen I. (Ruch) Cole, 90, of Allentown, died Oct. 7, 2017, after a courageous battle with Parkinson’s Disease, at Lehigh Valley Hospice. She was the wife of the late Donald M. Cole.
Born in Northampton, she was a daughter of the late Arthur and Lizzie (Frederick) Ruch.
She was a 1945 graduate of Northampton High School. She graduated from Allentown Hospital School of Nursing in 1949.
Brenda Grace Missmer, 71, of Walnutport, died Oct. 8, 2017, at St. Luke’s Hospice House, Lower Saucon Township. She was the wife of Claude Missmer for 37 years.
Born in Danielsville, she was a daughter of the late Howard and LaRue Betty (Vogel) George.
She was last employed as a clerk for Cigna Insurance Company, Bethlehem. She earlier was a packager for Keystone Foods, Easton, for three years.
She was a former member of Calvary Baptist Church, Allentown, where she was instrumental in organizing and ministering to shut-ins and hospitalized congregational members.
George “Rosie” Rupin- ski, 83, of Whitehall, died Sept. 29, 2017, at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Muhlenberg. He was the husband of Frances A. (Grossbauer) Rupinski for 55 years.
Born in Northampton, he was a son of the late George and Mary (Wenglasz) Rupinski.
He was a 1952 graduate of Northampton High School.
He worked in the roofing industry all his life and was a member of the Roofers Union Local 30.
He was a member of Queenship of Mary Church, Northampton.
He was a member of the Hungarian Hall and Tri-Boro Sportsmen Club, both of Northampton.
Pauline M. (Wolf) Salter, 97, of Sacred Heart Assisted Living, Northampton, and formerly of Fullerton, died Oct. 7, 2017, at St. Luke’s Hospital, Fountain Hill. She was the wife of the late Niel P. Salter.
Born in Fullerton, she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Julia (Reimer) Wolf.
She was a 1937 graduate of Whitehall High School and graduated from the former Henry’s Academy of Beauty Culture, Allentown.
She was named Miss Whitehall in 1937.
Ray S. Frack, 94, of Walnutport, died Sept. 18, 2017, at Liza’s House, Danielsville. He had a farm in Tioga County.
Born in Bath, he was a son of the late Stanley and Elsie (Dech) Frack.
One of the first drafted in World War II, he was a technical sergeant in the U.S. Army Air Corps (now the U.S. Air Force) with the 374th heavy bomb squad in China.
He was a repairman for over 27 years for the National Portland Cement Company. He was a self-employed contractor and built homes in the area.