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The members of the Captain Jack High School Class of 1958 met Sept. 15 to celebrate their 60th class reunion at the Newton-Wayne Banquet Hall. Those attending included, front row, from the left, Ned Edgin, Gerald Gearhart, Merle Sunderland, Mike Smith; second row, Jean Bard Leonard, Una Armstrong Woods, Bonnie Myers Harbst, Joyce Rohrer Corbin, Barbara Dell Stains, Tom Harper, Darlis Crownover Dell, Naomi Huffman Pinto, Terri Hoenstine Hicks; third row, Stanley Miller, Dick Staubs, Nancy Ulsh Doran, Joanne Miller Park, Mary Margaret Parsons Norris, Nancy Knepper Corbin, Fae Parks Funston, Paul Getz, Donna Eberman Bender, Woody Donaldson, Delores Ciampa Harper; fourth row, Ed Walker, Tom Homolash, Ed Harr, Elmer Norris, Richard McClain, LeRoy Hicks and Jim Smyers.


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Tips for thoughtful, stress-free gift giving

When in need of inspiration during gift-giving season, focusing on thoughtful presents that align with the personalities and interests of your intended recipients can be a surefire way to delight even the hard-to-buy-for friends and family on your list.

If you need a little extra help this holiday season, though, these ideas curated by the experts at Macy’s can help you hand out on-trend, versatile gifts.

“The holidays are our favorite time of the year,” said Durand Guion, group vice president, Macy’s Fashion Office. “As the gift destination, we believe in the wonder of giving and are excited to help our shoppers find the perfect gifts. Our fashion directors have highlighted the best selection of fashion, beauty and home with trendy pieces that are not only versatile but also inspiring, whether they’re for gifting, dressing or entertaining.”

Find more thoughtful gift ideas that can make your loved ones smile at macys.com/gifts.

For the home decorator

Bring the holiday cheer home this season with cozy throws and decorative pillows that are perfect for gathering around the fireplace. A variety of options are available, including a Basket Weave Faux-Fur Pom Pom Throw, a Snuggle by the Fire Pillow, a Holiday Truck Pillow and a Stand Out Scottie Pillow. Featuring touches of faux fur and velvet, these throws and pillows from the Martha Stewart Collection can add warmth to a room on chilly nights.

For the beauty lover

For the woman who is beauty-obsessed, give her a gift of relaxation with the Tony Moly sheet mask set. The set includes 19 masks in total, including pulp sheet masks, layering sheet masks, gel face masks and gel eye masks, and is a perfect reason for a girls’ night in. Featuring ingredients such as red wine, which helps tighten and purify skin, and lemon, which helps brighten skin tone and combat hyperpigmentation, among others, there is a mask for nearly every skin need.

For the modern host

Essentially every host knows entertainment should be a focal point of the party. Bring family and friends together with the Studio Mercantile Stacking Game, a vintage-inspired twist on a classic made to be played while sharing a round of drinks. The set includes 40 wooden blocks engraved with prompts that can make things more interesting as well as 14 blank blocks so you can create your own entertaining tasks.

For the luxurious lounger

This holiday season, you can combine the cozy and glamorous sides of nearly any woman in your life with sparkly slippers from I.N.C. International Concepts. These comfy, round-toe, moccasin-style slippers are faux-fur lined and available in four vibrant colors — Rose Gold Glitter, Black Glitter, Navy Glitter and Silver Glitter — that can put a luxe finish on lounging around during a night in.

For the go-anywhere man

Perfect for the office or a night on the town — and nearly anything in-between — a Tommy Hilfiger watch is a lasting and versatile gift for the special man on your list. Completely focused in black stainless steel with a matching minimalist dial, this sophisticated timepiece is also water-resistant to 30 meters. The black-on-black design is a modern upgrade to classic watches, and can keep your man in style for seasons to come.

For the classic entertainer

Savor your favorite spirits with loved ones and add an elevated touch to your entertaining this holiday season with a set of two whiskey glasses from the Hotel Collection. Accompanied by black marble coasters, this modern set of 14.7-ounce glasses can help protect your furniture and surfaces from cup marks, drips, spills and condensation while also impressing guests at any size gathering.


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Officers from the Huntingdon Borough Police Department raised a total of $350 for the Huntingdon County Humane Society through their “buck beard” initiative which began in October. Taking part in the presentation Tuesday were, front row, from the left, Justin Franks, humane society shelter manager Lisa Boland; back row, Dustin Border, Adam McBride, Andy Young, Corey Stuller and Charles Streightiff.


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Share reunions in The Daily News

If you would like to have the news of your class or family reunion in The Daily News, submit it to the People and Pastimes Editor.

The Daily News reserves the right to edit material submitted.

Photos are accepted for class reunions as are five-generation photos and milestone family reunions. All of those family members featured in the photograph must be identified.

When posing for your class reunion photos, ask your photographer to put no more than 10 people in each row. Doing so will ensure better likenesses of each person in the photo.

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