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   Wellsboro Agitator, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1937, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               Lib ry VOL. 20, THE AGITATOR: WELLSBORO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1937. WHOLE NO., PROGRAM FOR SENIORS WILL SEVENTY-SECOND MEMORIAL DAY PRESENT PLAY COMMENCEMENT Flag and Pole to Be Dedi-1 The House of Seven Ga- cated in Memory of All! bles Next Tuesday Ev- Veterans. j ening. The Memorial Day Veterans' Lavender and old lace will be Committe have arranged for the observances of Memorial day on May 31. as follows: Procession will iorm promptly at at The the featured attraction of the Class Night program Tuesday June Class of the 1, as the Senior Wellsboro High Green. Ralph Greenfield will aci School presents its annual play. as marshall and -will have full charge of.the parade. Hon. Hen- M. Foote, of the George Cook This year "The "House of Seven a dramatization of Na- thaniel Hawthorne's novel, has Po.st, No. 315, will act as Grand i been chosen. Mai shall. The line of march will.] The cast, dressed in authentic take the folowing formation: Col-i costumes of the time, includes Color Guards, Band, Grand. Catherine English as Hepzibah Marshall, Civil War Veterans in Pyncheon; Donald Rexford as cars, Spanish War Veterans, Au.v- Clifford, her brother; Robert Steb- iliary of Spanish War Veterans, bins as the grasping cousin Jaf- World War Veteians, Woild Uncle Venner, a home- Veterans' Ladies' Auxiliary, Gold.) made philosopher, played by Owen Star Mothers accompanied by Gold Star Fathers, Boy Scouts. Girl Scouts and school children. Also the National Gaurd under the com- mand of Dr. White. Program at call cemetery Bugle invocation; song, "Star Spangled presen- tation of flag and pole; addicss by Rev. Chailes W. Sheriff, chaplain of W. Earle Champaign Post, American Legion; song by school childien; reading of Lincoln's Get- tysburg address; reading of Logan's first Memorial day orders; principal address by Capt. C. P. Russell, U. S. N., retired; song; benediction; tap.s. Facts concerning flag and-flag pole: The flag pole which was secuied and erected through the effbits of the Mfmoiial Com- Korb; Claudia Wileox at Margaret Meredith, the beautiful young fiancee of Clifford; Benny Wal- ters as the head of the Pyncheon family; Gladys Swanson as Pa- tience Wall; Ruth Stevens as Lucy Talbot; William Dutcher as Lucy's husband, Thomas; Henry Matson as Robert Thornton; Anna Kath- erine Davis as the simple house- maid, Catherine Smithgall as the lovely Phoebe Pyncheon; Farnham Shaw as the young mys- tic, "Holgrave; Leah Kleiman and Geraldine Dockstader as Mrs. Gubbins and her daughter, Ta- bitha, who are just as their names sound; Charles Etner as the town marshall, Sitgraves; and Elwyn Jacobs as Dr. Sloane, The committees are: Properties, Nina Crippen, Josephine Goshin- mittee of Lieut. Edson J. Catlinjski, Florence Hunter, Beach Da- Camp, United Spanish War Veter-1 vis> Marvin Hill; costumes, Miss ans, in the Wellsboro cemetea y.' Mary Reinwald, Marian Francis, This pole is located in that portion' Marjorie Hawk; scenery, Mr. Da- of the cemetery used for patriotic john Benjamin, Carl Holm- services. The honor of originat- the flag in the cemetery and being the fiist to raise flag is be- ins bestowed upon Rock H. Eng- lish as a tribute to his unselfish devotion in the service he has ren- dered to all veterans. The for- mal presentation will take place on Memorial day morning as soon as the parade reaches the cenie- tery. This flag and pole are to be dedeicated to the memory of all veterans who have served their country. The flag of our country is an emblem of our national conscious- ness and as such it is a living thing and represents each and all of us. quist and Henry Bellinger. Mansfield Teachers Col- lege Many Receive Degrees. I The following received degrees at the 72nd Commencement of Mansfield State Teachers College Monday: Tioga Car- rie E. Wilcox; Blossburg, Seymour Barrett, M. Elizabeth Stevens, Catharine E. Weller; Elkland, Ir- ma B. Mallory; Lawrenceville, L. Gertrude Hotchkiss, Chales H. Ry- der; Mansfield, Alice T. Alger, Gwendolyn E. Brasted, Phyllis Grant, R. Erdene Inscho, F. Ker- mit Merrick, Edith R. Rieppel, Perry J. Rieppel, Robert R. Schwab, Bernard M. Wolpert, Gro- ver P. Wood; Tioga, Barbara C. Engler; Wellsboro, Allen W. Lew- is, Katherine M. Whiting. The following received certifi- cates Tioga Helen I. Grenell, Eleanor J. Ridge; Crookedcreek, Frances L. Collins; Elkland, Magdalene P. Finelli; Mansfield, Naomi M. Andrus, Jo- sephine N. Bailey, Evelyn M. Barnes, Betty C. Knowlton, Lena V. Lewis, Paulin A. VanNorman, Stanley D. Woodard; Millerton, Arlene R. Spencer; Nelson, Roma J. Ingersoll; Wellsboro, Clayton W. Paris, Mary E. Priset. SPRING CONCERT ENJOYED. The annual spring -concert of the Wellsboro High School was held at the High School Auditor- ium Wednesday evening, under the general direction of Mrs. Kath- erine B. McClintock, music super- visor. The concert was opened by the High School orchestra, directed by Rooert- Grant, instructor of instru- mental music, playing an TO ENFORCE PARKING RULES To Install Street Light On the Green Pool Work Progressing. At the regular meeting of the Wellsboro Burgess and Council Monday evening, the police ret ported difficulty in enforcing the 1 a. m., to 6 a. m., parking ordin- ance and were directed by the Council to enforce these restric- tions rigidly. Permission was received from the County Commissioners to in- stall a street light on. The Green, which is county property. This light is one of the 32 new lights to be installed under the new con- tract, which is pending approval of ,the Public Service Commission, A proposed agreement present- ed by the Wellsboro Water Com- pany governing use of water, for the swimming pool was tabled for further consideration- Various minor injuries having been reported by people striking their heads on low awnings, the Borough Secretary was instructed to look up the law on height of awnings and have low awnings placed higher. It was reported that the pour- ing of concrete walls for the swimming pool, will start Wedges- day morning. COUNTRfCLl TO HOLD PICNIC A Cordial Invitation Is Ex- tended to Members and Prospective Members, An opening picnic meeting of the Tyoga Country Club will be held a't the clubhouse I'hursday, June 10, beginning as soon after 12 o'clock as the sandwiches, cof- fee, pie, etc., can be made, packed I and transported. All members, all who want to be members, and all who ought to be members, are cordially invited. If you haven.'t joined the Coun- try Club, Don't neglect it another day, .For pleasure, health and all good things You'll find the club au fait. THE GAS FIELD WELLJEPORT Gabot Makes New Loca- tion in Westneld Town- ship. New York State Natural Gas J. Roberts, Clymer, Ti- oga county, drilling, Le- land Schofield, Harrison, Potter county, 475. Potter Development ford Estate, Keating, Potter coun- ty, j H. C. Kemp, Farming- ton, Tioga county, May C. Haupt, West Branch, Potter coun- ty, Ida Scoville, Harrison, Patter county, 670. G. L. Cabot, H. Wing, Greenwood, Steuben county, 195, salt water; U, J. S. Land Bank, Brookfield, Tioga county, Sylvania Hendrick- son, Troupsburg, N. Y., cas- ing. Belmorit Quadrangle Drilling Bettinger, Jasper, N. Y., moving in; Clara A. Lynch, Hartsvile, Steuben county, 325. French, et al. George Burd, Allegany, Pottei county, building rig. G. L. Cabot, Inc. Allen T. Pride, Westfield, Tioga county, lo- cation. CONVENTION AT GALETON Annual Joint Tri-County Auxiliary Council to Elect Officers. The joint annual meeting of the Tri-County Council of the Amer- ican Legion Auxiliary will be held at Galeton, Thursday, June 3, at church at" uncheon in Community building at 1 o'clock; price, 75 cents. Tioga, Potter, Bradford, Center, and Clinton counties will be represented. Please make reservations by June 1 with Mrs. E. G. W. Bun- ncll, Of Wellsboro, State Auxiliary president. Mrs. E. P. Keen, of Honesdale, -will be present. Mrs.. >.A-3tf. Miller, central section .pres- ident, will be the guest Speaker. Election of officers. Mrs. Bun- nell, Tri-County president, will preside. EYCK. Miss Theodosia Ten Eyck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ten- Eyck, and Chester Schanbacher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville L. Schanbacher, of Mansfield, were married May 18, at p. m., at the Methodist parsonage in Mans- field, by Rev. D. W. Baylis. The bride wore an evening gown of pink taffeta with corsage of roses and sweet peas. Miss Marie Horton, of Mansfield, maid of honor, wore_ peach organdie with corsage of roses and sweet peas. Marshall Webster, of Mans- field, was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Schanbacher were graduated from Mansfield Sen- ior High School, class of 1936. Mr. Schanbacher is employed at the Mansfield Novelty Co. MISS BLAIR ISJELEGATE To Represent State Feder- ation at National Con- vention. Mrs. Mary Cameron, Mrs. T. V. Amsberg and Helen Blair attend ed the State Convention of the Pennsylvania Federation of Busi- ness and Professional Women's Club in Pittsburgh last week at the Hotel Schenley. Mrs. Camer- on represented the local club a? delegate. State officers elected are: Miss Margaret Ritenour, Uniontown, Preisdent; Miss Hellen Remler, Meadville, 1st. Vice President: Miss Isabel Rhoads, of Milton, 2nd Vice President; Miss Pearl Persh- ing, Derry, Recording Secretary, and Miss Caroline Covert, Butler, Treasurer. Miss Helen Blair was elected as delegate-at-large to re- present the stat federation at the national convention in Atlantic City in July. ANNUAL HEALTH PARADE. The annual Wellsboro public school Health Parade Friday at- tracted a large crowd. Headed by the pre-school children, the colors and Wellsboro High School Band, the formation was the re- verse of the usual order, the grades, in costumes representing fniits and vegetables and approv- ed health practices, being follow- ed by older grade pupils on decor- ated bicycles, others representing sports, with floats and decorated cars bringing up the rear. Representing much work by teachers and pupils, the 1937 Health Parade, as usual, wat both spectacular and interesting. TO BUILD BRIDGE ATANSONIA Across Pine Creek to Serve New Colton Point i Park Road. The Rotary Club luncheon at the Penn-Wells Hotel Thursday was attended by 21 members and guests, Capt. George H. Hart, commanding officer of the C. C. C. Camp at Darling Run, Ben Husted and Mary Wilcox. Ben Husted played three, clari net solos, The Flower Song by Sauge, Hymn to the Sun by R_im- sky Korsakoff and by request scene and airia from Luisa de Montfort, accompanied on the pi- ano by Mary Wileox, which were much appreciated. Capt. Hart gave an interesting talk on the Army's part in the C. C. G., which is to feed, house and clothe the enrolles. There are four camps within 30 miles of Wellsboro., The men in these camps work from 8 a. m. until 4 p. m. under the Forestry Depart- ment. There are only eight Army officers in the two districts in Pennsylvania, the rest being Re- serve officers. All food, clothing, shoes, etc., are put up for bid by the district with headquarters at Pittsburgh, for this district. This is the rea- son business men in this section do not get the business. A Wells- boro man got the coal contract. The -work program for this year is drainage, water systems, walks, roads, landscaping, sanitary plants, fencing, arches, benches and shel- ters at Harrison State Park, work at Asaph Run, a road from An- sonia to Colton Point; has been allocated for a bridge to cross Pine creek at Ansonia. Capt. Hart extended an invitation to Ro- tary to hold a meeting at Darling Run Camp in tKe near future. C. A. S. STARTS DRIVE FOR FUNDS This Worthy Work Should Be Supported by Every- body. The curtain has gone up on the first act of the Children's Aid drive for funds. The annual din- ner-meeting at the Penn-Wells Ho- tel, attended by more than 123 persons, inaugurated the opening of the campaign. Because the County Commis- sioners have asked that the Socie- ty's fiscal year correspond with that of the county, the period for which funds must be provided will be 18 months instead of the cus- tomary 12. that is, until January, 1939. It is essential, if C. A. S. work is to continue, and no one needs to be told how vital that work is, that each of us does his share towards helping arrive at the quota set by the finance committee. Chairmen have been appointed) for each town. They are: Dr. andj Mrs. John H. Doane, General j Chairman of Tioga county; ington, Mrs. R. B. Baity; Knox-j ville, Mrs. Charles Bowers and Harry Sherer; Liberty, Mrs. F. L. Beauge; Lawrenceville, Mrs. Effie Ryan; Millerton, W. N. Smith; Gaines, Mrs. Robert Wedge; Bloss- burg, LeRoy Sechrist; Morris Run, Mrs. Charles Morgan; Wellsboro, Ansonia, Morris, Gherryflats. Roundtop, Charleston, Middlebury, Antrim, C. E. Bennett; Tioga, Mrs. R. D. Leonard; Mansfield, Percy Coles; Elkland, Mrs. Roger Williams; Westfield, Prof. Walter G. Clark. Should you wish information concerning activities, get in touch with your own chairman, or the C. A. S. office in Wellsooro, And to facilitate- the work of the chair- men, please send your check today. The Birth of Our Constitution By RAYMOND PITCAJRN National Chairman H- in. Sentinels of the America at this time begins a sig- nificant celebration not only to her own people, but to all the world. It is the 150th anniversary of the Federal Convention of 1787, which planned and wrote our Constitution, Prom late in May until mid-Sep- tember of that historic year, dele- gates from 12 of the original states met regularly in Philadelphia's lamed Independence Hall to produce an historic document now known and honored wherever democracy lives. What the men who wrote our great Constitution, and later its Bill of Rights, achieved, was important not alone to their own troubled period of history. It is profoundly important today. By placing the power of govern- ment firmly and permanently in the hands of the people; by assuring political and religious freedom to aQ citizens, they established a form of government which still stands as a model. In many other lands, kingdoms and empires have fallen. In certain other lands, Communism and Dicta- the twin foes of democracy their harsh tyrannies. But for generation after generation, un- der the safeguard of our Constitu- tion, America has grown in size, in prestige and in strength, and has of- fered its people standards of liberty, security and well-being equalled by no other nation on earth. That safeguard most be preserved. The nation-wide observance which extends through the summer should be more than a formal ceremony. It should be a national rededicatkm to the principles of liberty immor- talized by the Founders in the his- toric Charter that has borne Amer- ica to greatness. JOHN H. LIGHT TO GIVE TALK Chemung County Grang- ers Also Featured On Pomona Program. Tioga County Pomona Grange will meet at Jobs Corners as the guest of Jobs Corners Grange, Thursday and-Friday, June-3-anti- 4. The following program has been arranged: opening exer- cises; Mary French, Master Jobs Grange; re- sponse, Stella Glover, Master Law- rence Grange; program by Che- The tickets will be put on sale at Bower's Corner Drug Store to- day. A nominal fee of 15c will be asked to defray expenses." MRS. J. G. WEBSTER IS PRESIDENT Of the Wellsboro Parent- Teacher Association To Hold Picnic Friday. Mrs. J. G. Webster was elected It sets us apart from other people I president of the Wellsboro Parent- of thf earth and designates us as (Teacher Association at its annual a nation, the United States of meeting at the High School Audi- America. It is therefore fitting i torium Wednesday evening pre- that the service of dedication be- a j ceding the Spring Concert. Sup- tiibute of respect and honor to al! ervising Principal Rock L. Butler veterans who so unselfishly and was elected first vice-president; f.athfulh served their country. Mrs. Clyde W. Bailey, second vice- services will be a loving liv-'president; Mrs. Edgar L. Brandt, intr act of the veterans still secretary; Mrs. Harold they dedicate and conse-jB. Finkelstein, corresponding sec- crate this flag and pole to a living {retary; Mcs. R. D. English, treas- mcmory of all veterans of all our country's wars. Thanks are Mrs. Eugene R. Seifert is chair- Riven by the committee to the man- of a committee to arrange for merchant? and business men annual picnic of parents of then hearty cooperation in closing j grade school children who have their stores and displaying their J missed not more than one meeting flafrs. This display far outranks i of the association during the year, towns much larger than Wellsboro. i Children will accompany their All MSI ting veterans are invited to parents to the picnic, which will take pait in the parade. For be held at Smythe Park, Mansfield, Committee: Veine S. Giecn. Com- Friday afternoon, May 28. composed of selections from the operetta, "The Student by Romberg. The combined boys' and girls' glee clubs, directed by Mrs. Mc- Clintock, sang "Awake! The girls' glee club sang "The Bridal by Cowen, and "By the Waters of with a flute obligate played by Carolyn Field, Lane Webster sang "f FeSr No by Pinsuti, and "Hills of by Fox; and the boys' glee club presented "Roll Alongr Cow- by Russell, "Lullaby by Brown, and "Men of Norway." Miss Margaret Corliss of the fac- ulty and Miss Mary Wilcox. acted as accompanists. The concert was concluded with "Valse as an instrument duet by Leon Weaver and Donald Frank, and with selections by the Junior and Senior" high school bands. mander of Catlm Camp; Heniy Anderson. Commander of Ameri- Lepion. Other members of the picnic committee are: Mrs. Paul Yahri, Mrs. George Coolidge, Mrs. Wil- liam F. White, 'Mrs. James A. Brown, Mrs. Andrew M. Yoggy Mr. and Mrs. James Carpenter, and Mrs. E. W. Daley, Jr. of Osccola. have announced the The Spring Concert following man-iag' of their daughter, Elea- j the P. T. A. meeting was attended no' Elizabeth, to James A. Spen-( by over the largest audience   aged the   R died at o'clock Friday morning at the ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT. Blogsb hospjta, Mr. and .Mrs Roland M Eaven-' She ig 8Urvived by one daughter. M.n. of Pa., have an- Mn. E c Bailey, of Wellsboro; a noumed the engagement of their Mgte Mrs Sadje Cujveri of .laughter, Miss Marion White, and 'boro; two Krandchiidren, Wallace Edson C. Strange, of Upper Dar- Baj, and Mrp olive Bailey bv. PH.. of Mr. and Mrs. John errAat-orandaon. C. Strange, of Mansfield. Brown, and one great-grandson, j William Brown, of Wellsboro. REV. W. E. BROWN 'She was a member of the Baptist church and the Grange. j The funeral was held Monday f rn afternoon at the .Evans Funeral blVt of the First Baptist church of I Welsboro, officiating; burial in the On Memorial Sunday at Wellsboro cemetery. the Church of Christ. Walter E. Brown will de- WARNING. liver the Memorial sermon at the  .u A Tuesday night when the coupe Bacon, Linda Mosher, Ann they were driving struck a Wivell, Mae Drainsfield and Alver-jnew Karl Urban, 21, whose home is in Liberty, and Clif- ford Roos, 21. of Morris, were ser- iously injured. Both are enrol- les at the Watrous CCC Camp. ta Hunter. The posters bore numbers in- stead of the name of the contes- tant, so the judges were unaware as to whom they were selecting as winners. All the posters showed thought and careful study under the direction of the art instructor, Miss Florence Wheeler. RADIO AMATEUR WINS AWARD. Walter Stiles, Jr., of Couders- port, who stuck at his amateur ra- dio station for 130 hours without an interruption during a flood emergency, has been selected as the recipient of the first William .S Paley amateur radio award, the Columbia Broadcasting System an- nounced Wednesday. Stilts, who owns amateur sta- tion W8DPY, provided the only direct means of commnnication to the outside for beleaguered residents of Renovo, at the time of March, 1936, flood. HAROLD BIXLER INJURED. Harold Bixler, 19, of Williams- port, is receiving treatment in the Blossbnrg hospital for injuries suffered at Mansfield. Bixler, who was employed as an electric welder on a bridge repair job, fell to the creek bed when a plank in the bridge floor gave way. Mr. and JOSM- H. Inscho, of Mansfield, have announced the marriape of their daughter, Er- dene, to Theodore Besanceney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Besanceney, of Mansfield, on Jan- uary 2, at Williamsport. Mrs. Besanceney is a graduate of the Mansfield Senior High School and will receive the degree of B. S. in Home Economics this year. Mr. Besanceney is a grad- uate of Mansfield State Teachers College and is teaching in'Camp- town, Fa., where they will reside. Roos, driving the car, fell asleep. Urban has multiple fractures of the jaws, possible skull fracture, severe right eye injury, fractured left ankle and fractured right knee. Roos has a possible skull frac- ture, cerebral concussion, chin la- cerations, left knee and left elbow lacerations, and contusions. The boys were found by James Morton and Gordon Campbell, who took them to the office of Dr. H. M. Hagedorn at Westfield, who sent them to the Blossburg hos- pital after giving fiist aid. BOOSTERS BALL AT PENN-WELLS To Raise Funds to Ad- vertise Pennsylvania's Grand Canyon. The Wellsboro Chamber of Commerce, publicity bureau. L. A. WoOdin, chairman, will hold a Canyon Boosters Ball at the Penn- Wells Hotel, Thursday evening, June 17, dancing from 9 to 2, price 50 cents per person. Music will be furnished by Hal. Ritter's Pennsylvanians, the popu- lar orchestra which has pleased Wellsboro dancers in many of the parties during the past season. SPAFKK.fi RC HI VE(   

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