VOL. 32 NO. 39
February 11,1988 to February 17,1988
20 CENTS PER COPY
^WhatAre You Getting Your Special Valentine?o
A hke candlelit dinner which I will prepare
myself, it comes straight from the heart.
I'm getting my mommy and my daddy lots of
I have already given her a trip to Havt^aii, but
there are small Bewter hearts gold & silver
which are a surprise on Valentine's Day and
of course ,dinner qt o fine LI. restaurants
We've only been married for about 8 months
so this is our first Valentine's Day morried. I'm
buying my wife o dozen roses, earrings and
taking her to dinner. ^
Valentine's Day will bring my lover boy lots of
hugs, kisses, etc...and who knows what other
I'm giving Rudy a metal mug with the saying
"Filled With Love" on it. I'm also getting him
slippers and a robe.
I am buying my wife diamond stud earrings.
She really deserves them because she
is a great wife and a beautiful mother.
This year I wanted to do something different
so I'm surprising her with a carriage ride
through Central Park.
St. Martin of Tours
SHARING THE SPIRIT - In honor of St. Martin of Tours Catholic School Week,
Norstar Bank helped students and teachers '*share the spirit" by sponsoring the school's
math and science fairs. Approximately 90 students from gradi» 6-8, participated in the
fair. Each student who submitted a winning entry fortheir grade level received a U.S.
Savings Bond and will be entered in a Diocesan Competition at Chaminade High
School. Contest winners are pictured above. (Top row I to r): Norstar Bank Manager
Glen Fuhrman, Sister M . Magdala, Dennis Brady, Vincent Sposato, Michael Joyce,
Tara Delia Rocca, Dennis Stickley, Father James Small. (Front row: 1 to r); Michael
Reidling, Arthur Maisano, Johi* Madigan, William Schwen, Tara Flannery, and
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