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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1948, Titusville, Pennsylvania EIGHT THURSDAY MORNING THE TITOSVILLE PA HERALD SEPTEMBER 161948 Children To Be Taken on Tours Through Plants Department of Labor Announces One Feature Of Pennsylvania Week H 0 Hutchinson supervisor In the Late News of Centerville Sept A family gathering was held on Tuesday eve ning at the home of John R Clark celebrating the birthdays of Mr Clark and daughter Esther Bruce Drake of Steuben and O A Johnson of Corry Chicken dinner and birthday cake were enjoyed followed by an evening of mu first trip here for the youngest mem ber of the family Sunday afternoon callers Of Mr and MrSi Merton Bement were Mr and Mrs Charles Holabaugh of Conneaut Lake and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Boyle of Townville Mrs Maynard who submiUed Wie and Department of Labor said yesterday Mrs O A Johnson of Corry and Mrs that toe Bureau of Inspection of the anQ son5 The following persons from this com munity enjoyed a picnic dinner at on Sunday Mrs Marian aon Wallace Miss Esfcher Department of Labor and Industry has made plans as a feature of its partici pation m Pennsylvania WeekSeptem ber 26 to October to take groups of Sthf rommonwCrthUon a fon intn so in thTm id nf n g n nf One of the most important aspects hSi hS1ifiridteSStoSfr The Bureau has 112 field inspectors for and Of cmeauenv is one These tour panama Cole Howard Mr and Mrs Kenneth Eddy and SOJ1S MrS Vella and S0n Betty Post Mr Mrs Wil1 iam HoWard the who had not seen the rocks the trip was esPeciallv interesting Miss Martha Oram of Beaver Falls spent today with Mrs Donald Bogers MrsAnna attended a tea for the grafting cla3S of Oil city Hos pital Sunday afternoon Her daugh rt roc Ruth is a member the class Mss Was Thursday and last weelc and Monday and Tuesday of this week Pilson Goss of City Clicketfc and and Mr and Mrs Verne Greer and son attended the CIO picnic at Conneaut Lake Sunday The WSCS of the Methodist church Thursday afternoon Mrflnd Sri licence McBride were recipients of many lovely gifts at a miscellaneous shower held in Commu nity Hall Friday evening Cards and visiting were the pastime A delicious lunch was served Baptist choir rehearsal will be held afc church Thursday evening at Mr and Mrs W C More returned Wednesday from a twoweek trip to Texas and Mexico Mr and Mrs J L Horony of Titusville stayed at the More h0me and cared for Patsy Ann during ville N T wert guests of Mr and Mri It T Walker and Mr and Mrs J K CUrk from Thursday until Sun day On Friday erening Mr and Mrs Harry Fielduif William Fielding apd daughter Marilyn and son Dick and Mrs H 8 Clark attended a surprise birthday party for Rexford Armstrong at his homt at Troy Center W R Decker attended Methodist Conference in the Stone church at Meadville Sunday morning and enjoyed a sermon by the new bishop Lloyd C Wicke Harry and William Fielding attended conference on Friday after noon The community extends congratula tions to Mr and Mrs Harley Hall on the arrival of their first son Rexford Willis on September 9 in Titusville Hospital Mrs Hall and the baby will be brought to the home of her parents Rev and Mrs C A Fuller on Thurs day On Sunday Mr and Mrs J K Clark Mr and Mrs James More Mr and Mrs James Horony Patsy Ann More Margaret Childs and Harry Smith en joyed a pleasant day at Camp Valley View in Warren county as guests of Miss Mary More and Chester Miaski Donald Oarnett will entertain with a wiener roast at his home Friday evening in honor of John H Clark Johns former Sunday school clau of boyi will be the guests Rev C A Fuller and several mem bers of his church will attend the Oil Creek Association Friday and Saturday at the Baptist church in Oil City On Friday morning he will extend the wel come to the new ministers and in the association The Firemens baseball team will have a practice game on Friday eve ning at 6 oclock On Sunday they will play at on the lo cal diamond Mrs Donald Rogers and Infant son were brought home from Oil City Hos pital Sunday Although young Roger Kent weighs less than five pounds he is gaining satisfactorily The WCTU will give their annual Frances E WDlard day program at the borough school on Wednesday Sept 22 Prayer meeting will be held in the Methodist church next Tuesday eve ning Mr and Mrs L L Saunders plan to visit the latters sister Mrs Samuel Culver Thursday in Community Hos pital at Kane Mrs Ethel Fullom and son Ronnie called on Mr and Mrs Ralph Daily and family of Mystic Park Sunday New York state has more than SOOO lakes and ponds Caught Under Tractor Norman Ferry 21 of Route 6 Coch ranton is patient in the Meadville City Hospital for treatment of injuries sustained Tuesday evening when caught under an overturned tractor he was operating near the Sugar Lake Evan gelical U B church He was pinned under the tractor for about half an hour before being found and a wrecker had to be secured to free the young man Mis condition Is reported as fair To Have Beauty Contest The Excelsior young people will stage a circus Saturday evening at the Grand Valley I O O F Hall The show will start at oclock and the various acts presented by local talent will in clude acrobatic feats and snake main event will be a beauty contest Arrangements for the circus have been under the direction of Mrs Mel vin Gray and Milty Ongley TAX LEVY STOPPED BY LAW SUNBUBY Sept f h e Northumberland County Court contin ued in effect yesterday an injunction restraining the Coal Township School District from levying a per ton tax on stripmined coal STRIKERS RETURN TO WORK PITTSBURGH Sept than 1000 production workers returned to work yesterday at the American Cyanamid Co plant at Bridgeville after a 30day strike ATHLETES FOOT GERM KILL FOR 35c IN ONE HOUR If not pleased your money back Ask any druggist for this STRONG fungi cide TEOL Made with 90 alcohol it PENETRATES Reaches and kills MORE germs ON Today at E K Thompson is Son Adv hand the steps being taken by their State Government to guard and pro tect the members of their own families who may be industrially employed and fclso to show them the safeguards that are provided for them when they finish their school work and enter the em ployment of industry This program also will make for a desirable increase in safety consciousness These plans have the approval of Dr Francis B Haas State Superintendent of Public Instruction who has that all school Mr and Mrs Harold S Clark daughters Carolee and baby Beverly Gae of Erie were Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs H S Clark It was the Mr n rh Deuel ofChurch Dont Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop slip or wabble particiwhen you talk eat laugh or sneeze Dont be annoyed and embarrassed by The tours of inspection as well as the such handicaps FASTEETH ah alka industrial establishments they will inline nonacid powder to sprinkle on by the state in the Commonwealth earnestly pate in the program spect are arranged specter and the group of children to urged participate in these tours will be se authorities throughout lected by the school superintendent added ort Nc asty taste or feeling Get FAS today at any drug store Adv iSTOPFS iff WHTTI PRESERVES It OK JAt RED WHfn APRICOT 2 5c MARMALADE ORANGE U JAft E SOI m HAM Sausage UHWCvfCON Pigs Feet M K JUUt 39c Corned Beef MAUD TUNA coo Iferf WMta W ii Potted Meat 2 Red SPAGHETTI BLUC WHTTC ox RID A WHITE PEANUT BUTTER PORKBEANS2 No 3001 CANS FROSTED SftUSSILS SPROUTS H PEAS OUR VALUE FANCY SWCET N FANCY 6AROCM RVN HM Mo 1 sv 21c CAN RIO ft wwn It ot Ml APPLE BUHER 29 NABISCO SUGAR WAFERS m SUNSHINE KRISTY CRACKERS 1 m MOTHERS OATS i W Wtit End Market 801 W Spring Oscar Dillon Central A Washington Hawk 6 Rogers Hydttown Ella M Smith Pleasantville Letter McArthur Townrllle F Campaiino Jr 311 North Monroe H P Fox Greiham AT FASMIOBT PARK ALWAYS NORTHWESTERN PENNSYLVANIAS LAST AND LARGEST Crawford County FAI We hare the finest in Gabardine takes on new beauty and new qualities when endowed with Fashion Parks famed needlework and desiga Theres an exclusive smartness in the way the collar fits closely to neck and falls in natural draping folds theres an aura of fineness that reflects the expert tailoring and richness of fabric Here are truly gabardines among fine gabardines MEADVILLE 5 MG DAYS Md S BIG NIGHTS SEPT 21st to 25th TRACTOR PULLING CONTESTS TRACTOR RACK IFLARGE EXHIBITS HOWfSCATTliSHHPSWWC POULTRYRAMITSFARM CROPS FRUITSrYEGETABLES4H CLUBS ART and GRANGi AFTERNOONS OF 3 HORSE RACING WTOMBDAYWORSDAY and FRIDAY DAILY BAND CONCERTS HORSE PULLING CONTESTS WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY NIGHTS THURSDAY COUNTY SCHOOL CHILDRENS DAY LIVESTOCK CAVALCADE t CITY OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 FRIDAY EVENING PARADI and EXHIBITION OF FIRE EQUIPMENT SATURDAY AFTERNOON and NIGHT WORLD FAMOUS THRILL SHOW THE JIMMY LYNCH DEATH DODGERS Al TUs PLUS Six tf Tk Wtrids GrMtMt and MOSi IrOnMJ VrOMHIiMI ADMISSION TICKETS A wits OM MwM Ovtr 12
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