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| Tuesday, April 15, 2003 12:00 a.m



Emily E. Layton, McGrann

Deborah P. Pfrogner, Ford City

Terri L. Stefanacci, Parker

George S. Mechling, Kittanning

Amada Y. Zak, Kittanning

Desiree D. Graff, Rural Valley

Alberta I. Heigley, Kittanning

Hunter Keith Rupert, Manorville

Janice K. Lloyd, Ford City

Emily E. Peters, Worthington


Helen McAfoose, Sarver

Samuel W. Olinger, Kittanning

Emily E. Peters, Worthington

Janet M. Pence, Templeton



James Fenstermaker, Reynoldsville


Genevie Hildenbrandt, Summerville

Roy Schreffler, Knox

Donald Love, Strattanville

Harold Hoffman, Summerville

Beth Reichard and baby girl, Mayport



April 14, 2003

A girl to Mr. and Mrs. John Pfrogner, Ford City.

A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stefanacci, Parker.

Elsewhere Births:

April 1, 2003

A boy to Tony and Laurene (Shirley) Richardson at Stephens County Hospital, Toccoa, Ga.

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