Sep 132012

FOOTBALL Congratulations to Penn Cambria Varsity Football on their impressive win over the Bedford Bisons with a score of 32-7. Both Mac Behe and grandson Nathan Przybys had interceptions to help the game along. This Friday, the 14th, the team takes on Central Cambria in Ebensburg. Go Panthers!

POKER RUN Sunday, the 16th will find quite a turnout of quads and trail bikes for the Lilly Fire Company Poker Run on Lilly Mountain. Registration starts at 9:00 AM at the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church grounds on Hilltop Street. Breakfast and lunch is available.

ROCKDUMP If you are up Memorial Drive you will surely notice the area is turning greener each day. The grass seed and straw has been spread over the former rock dump of the Piper Coal Company.

MIINER MEMORIAL On September 5th Tom Slattery was working on the miners memorial when he noticed a Monarch butterfly alighting on a recently installed plant in the Butter Fly garden. That seems like a good omen for the park which is getting more beautiful by the day. For an update see Jim Salonys article in this edition. There is a yellow ribbon in front of the monument. It is not intended to keep people out, it is to remind drivers not to pull onto the grass.

BIRTHDAYS A belated birthday greeting goes to Dakota Paul who celebrated a birthday on September 9th. On the 14th Gertrude Leap, William Orlosky and Robert Sorichetti celebrate as will Josephine Lysic, Beverly Mulhearn and Dawn Paul on the 15th followed by James Arnold, Jack George, Connie Stauski and Kloe Dixon on the 16th.

On the 17th Fred Behe, Allen Lego and Jackie Lingafelt get to party as will Robert Paul on the 18th. A busy day in town on the 19th as cakes will be baking for Mary Lou Behe, Cheryl Bender, Emil Campagna, Marty Craine, Tony Sabol, Jody Walters and Cole Amsler. Happy Birthday to All.
ANNIVERSARIES Today, September 13th, finds Paul and Linda Hartline and James and Ann McCabe observing wedding anniversaries as will Brian and Tina Latoche and Joe and Donna Panek on the 14th. Then on the 16th Larry and Darla Summerville will celebrate as will Eugene and Sandra Miorelli on the 18th, John and Kathleen Bost on the 19th along with Michael and Anjeanette Crocetti .Happy Anniversary to each couple.

PIE SALE The Lilly Volunteer Fire Company Auxiliary is taking orders for pies and other sweets until September 18th with pickup on September 29th from 9 until 11 AM at the fire hall. Pies are $8.75 and include Coconut Meringue, Lemon Meringue, Dutch Apple, Apple, No sugar added apple, Razzleberry, Peach, Raisin and Pumpkin, other items include Pumpkin Roll and white icing cinnamon rolls for $8.75, Gob variety pack for $9, Apple dumplings for 7.50 and cheese cinnamon rolls for $9. Call Theresa at 886-8720 Or Pam at 736-3015 to place an order.

OLDTIMERS You are an old timer if you remember Tony Ritz’s factory bus that took workers to the Gallitzin sewing factory. You are also an oldtimer if you remember your high school football team playing against Gallitzin, or if you hitch hiked to Gallitzin to chase the many pretty girls there.


LILLY LINES by Jack Barlick – (814) 886-4694