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Wellsboro Agitator, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1937, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania Lib ry VOL. 20, THE MAY 26, 1937. WHOLE PROGRAM FOR SENIORS WILL SEVENTY-SECOND MEMORIAL DAY PRESENT PLAY COMMENCEMENT Flag and Pole to Be The House of Seven in Memory of bles Next Tuesday j The Memorial Day Lavender and old lace will be Committe have arranged for the observances of Memorial day on May 31. as 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 Ralph Greenfield will aci School presents its annual as marshall and have full charge Hon. M. of the George Cook This year of Seven a dramatization of thaniel Hawthorne's has No. 315, will act as Grand i been Mai The line of march The dressed in authentic take the folowing costumes of the includes Color Catherine English as Hepzibah Civil War Veterans in Donald Rexford as Spanish War her Robert of Spanish War bins as the grasping cousin World War Uncle a made played by Owen Star Mothers accompanied by Gold Star Boy Girl Scouts and school Also the National Gaurd under the com- mand of Dr. Program at call cemetery Bugle Spangled tation of flag and by Rev. W. chaplain of W. Earle Champaign American song by school reading of Lincoln's reading of Logan's first Memorial day principal address by Capt. C. P. U. S. Facts concerning flag The flag pole which was and erected through the of the Com- Claudia Wileox at Margaret the beautiful young fiancee of Benny ters as the head of the Gladys Swanson as Ruth Stevens as Lucy William Dutcher as Lucy's Henry Matson as Robert Anna erine Davis as the simple Catherine Smithgall as the lovely Phoebe Farnham Shaw as the young Leah Kleiman and Geraldine Dockstader as Mrs. Gubbins and her who are just as their names Charles Etner as the town and Elwyn Jacobs as Dr. The committees Nina Josephine of Lieut. Edson J. Florence Beach United Spanish War Marvin Miss in the Wellsboro Mary Marian This pole is located in that Marjorie Mr. of the cemetery used for patriotic john Carl The honor of the flag in the cemetery and being the to raise flag is be- ins bestowed upon Rock H. lish as a tribute to his unselfish devotion in the service he has dered to all The for- mal presentation will take place on Memorial day morning as soon as the parade reaches the This flag and pole are to be to the memory of all veterans who have served their The flag of our country is an emblem of our national ness and as such it is a living thing and represents each and all of quist and Henry Mansfield Teachers Col- lege Many Receive I The following received degrees at the 72nd Commencement of Mansfield State Teachers College Tioga rie E. Seymour M. Elizabeth Catharine E. Ir- ma B. L. Gertrude Chales H. Alice T. Gwendolyn E. Phyllis R. F. mit Edith R. Perry J. Robert R. Bernard M. ver P. Barbara C. Allen W. Katherine M. The following received cates Tioga Helen I. Eleanor J. Frances L. Magdalene P. Naomi M. N. Evelyn M. Betty C. Lena V. Paulin A. Stanley D. Arlene R. Roma J. Clayton W. Mary E. SPRING CONCERT The annual spring of the Wellsboro High School was held at the High School ium Wednesday under the general direction of Mrs. erine B. music super- The concert was opened by the High School directed by instructor of mental playing an TO ENFORCE PARKING RULES To Install Street Light On the Green Pool Work At the regular meeting of the Wellsboro Burgess and Council Monday the police ret ported difficulty in enforcing the 1 a. to 6 a. parking ance and were directed by the Council to enforce these tions Permission was received from the County Commissioners to in- stall a street light The which is county This light is one of the 32 new lights to be installed under the new con- which is pending approval of Public Service A proposed agreement ed by the Wellsboro Water Com- pany governing use of for the swimming pool was tabled for further Various minor injuries having been reported by people striking their heads on low the Borough Secretary was instructed to look up the law on height of awnings and have low awnings placed It was reported that the ing of concrete walls for the swimming will start day TO HOLD PICNIC A Cordial Invitation Is Ex- tended to Members and Prospective An opening picnic meeting of the Country Club will be held the clubhouse June 10, beginning as soon after 12 o'clock as the can be packed I and All all who want to be and all who ought to be are cordially If you joined the try Don't neglect it another health and all good things You'll find the club au THE GAS FIELD Gabot Makes New tion in New York State Natural Gas J. oga land Potter 475. Potter Development ford Potter j H. C. Tioga May C. West Potter Ida Patter 670. G. L. H. Steuben 195, salt J. S. Land Tioga Sylvania N. Quadrangle Drilling N. moving Clara A. Steuben 325. et al. George building G. L. Inc. Allen T. Tioga CONVENTION AT GALETON Annual Joint Tri-County Auxiliary Council to Elect The joint annual meeting of the Tri-County Council of the ican Legion Auxiliary will be held at June 3, at church in Community building at 1 75 and Clinton counties will be Please make reservations by June 1 with Mrs. E. G. W. Of State Auxiliary Mrs. E. P. of be central section will be the guest Election of Mrs. Tri-County will Miss Theodosia Ten daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed and Chester son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville L. of were married May 18, at p. at the Methodist parsonage in by Rev. D. W. The bride wore an evening gown of pink taffeta with corsage of roses and sweet Miss Marie of maid of peach organdie with corsage of roses and sweet Marshall of was best Mr. and Mrs. Schanbacher were graduated from Mansfield ior High class of 1936. Mr. Schanbacher is employed at the Mansfield Novelty Co. MISS BLAIR To Represent State ation at National Con- Mrs. Mary Mrs. T. V. Amsberg and Helen Blair attend ed the State Convention of the Pennsylvania Federation of ness and Professional Women's Club in Pittsburgh last week at the Hotel Mrs. on represented the local club State officers elected Miss Margaret Miss Hellen 1st. Vice Miss Isabel of 2nd Vice Miss Pearl Recording and Miss Caroline Miss Helen Blair was elected as to re- present the stat federation at the national convention in Atlantic City in ANNUAL HEALTH The annual Wellsboro public school Health Parade Friday at- a large Headed by the pre-school the colors and Wellsboro High School the formation was the re- verse of the usual the in costumes representing and vegetables and ed health being ed by older grade pupils on ated others representing with floats and decorated cars bringing up the Representing much work by teachers and the 1937 Health as wat both spectacular and TO BUILD BRIDGE Across Pine Creek to Serve New Colton Point i Park The Rotary Club luncheon at the Hotel Thursday was attended by 21 members and Capt. George H. commanding officer of the C. C. C. Camp at Darling Ben Husted and Mary Ben Husted played clari net The Flower Song by Hymn to the Sun by sky Korsakoff and by request scene and airia from Luisa de accompanied on the pi- ano by Mary which were much Capt. Hart gave an interesting talk on the Army's part in the C. C. which is to house and clothe the There are four camps within 30 miles of The men in these camps work from 8 a. m. until 4 p. m. under the Forestry There are only eight Army officers in the two districts in the rest being Re- serve All are put up for bid by the district with headquarters at for this This is the son business men in this section do not get the A boro man got the coal The program for this year is water sanitary benches and ters at Harrison State work at Asaph a road from An- sonia to Colton has been allocated for a bridge to cross Pine creek at Capt. Hart extended an invitation to Ro- tary to hold a meeting at Darling Run Camp in tKe near C. A. S. STARTS DRIVE FOR FUNDS This Worthy Work Should Be Supported by The curtain has gone up on the first act of the Children's Aid drive for The annual at the attended by more than 123 inaugurated the opening of the Because the County have asked that the ty's fiscal year correspond with that of the the period for which funds must be provided will be 18 months instead of the tomary 12. that until 1939. It is if C. A. S. work is to and no one needs to be told how vital that work that each of us does his share towards helping arrive at the quota set by the finance Chairmen have been for each They Dr. andj Mrs. John H. General j Chairman of Tioga Mrs. R. B. Mrs. Charles Bowers and Harry Mrs. F. L. Mrs. Effie W. N. Mrs. Robert LeRoy Morris Mrs. Charles C. E. Mrs. R. D. Percy Mrs. Roger Prof. Walter G. Should you wish information concerning get in touch with your own or the C. A. S. office in And to the work of the please send your check The Birth of Our Constitution By RAYMOND National Chairman H- in. Sentinels of the America at this time begins a celebration not only to her own but to all the It is the 150th anniversary of the Federal Convention of 1787, which planned and wrote our Prom late in May until tember of that historic 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 What the men who wrote our great and later its of was important not alone to their own troubled period of It is profoundly important By placing the power of ment firmly and permanently in the hands of the by assuring political and religious freedom to aQ they established a form of government which still stands as a In many other kingdoms and empires have In certain other Communism and the twin foes of democracy their harsh But for generation after un- der the safeguard of our America has grown in in prestige and in and has of- its people standards of security and well-being equalled by no other nation on That safeguard most be The observance which extends through the summer should be more than a formal It should be a national to the principles of liberty by the Founders in the toric Charter that has borne ica to JOHN H. LIGHT TO GIVE TALK Chemung County ers Also Featured On Pomona Tioga County Pomona Grange will meet at Jobs Corners as the guest of Jobs Corners Thursday 4. The following program has been opening Mary Master Jobs re- Stella Master rence program by The tickets will be put on sale at Bower's Corner Drug Store A nominal fee of 15c will be asked to defray MRS. J. G. WEBSTER IS PRESIDENT Of the Wellsboro Teacher Association To Hold Picnic Mrs. J. G. Webster was elected It sets us apart from other people I president of the Wellsboro of thf earth and designates us as Association at its annual a the United States of meeting at the High School It is therefore fitting i torium Wednesday evening pre- that the service of dedication be- a j ceding the Spring of respect and honor to Principal Rock L. Butler veterans who so unselfishly and was elected first served their Mrs. Clyde W. second vice- services will be a loving Mrs. Edgar L. intr act of the veterans still Mrs. Harold they dedicate and corresponding crate this flag and pole to a living R. D. mcmory of all veterans of all our country's Thanks are Mrs. Eugene R. Seifert is Riven by the committee to the of a committee to arrange for 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 This display far outranks i of the association during the towns much larger than i Children will accompany their All MSI ting veterans are invited to parents to the which will take pait in the For be held at Smythe Veine S. Com- Friday May 28. composed of selections from the Student by The combined and glee directed by Mrs. sang The glee club sang Bridal by and the Waters of with a flute obligate played by Carolyn Lane Webster sang No by and of by and the glee club presented by by and of Miss Margaret Corliss of the ulty and Miss Mary acted as The concert was concluded with as an instrument duet by Leon Weaver and Donald and with selections by the Junior and high school mander of Commander of Other members of the picnic committee Mrs. Paul Mrs. George Mrs. liam F. James A. Mrs. Andrew M. Yoggy Mr. and Mrs. James and Mrs. E. W. Jr. of have announced the The Spring Concert following of their j the P. T. A. meeting was attended to James A. by over the largest audience of November 29, to attend an attraction at the the M. E. parsonage School N. by Rev. J. Displays of work done by the ley 15 They were attended students in shop and home In Hattie of economics departments shown and during Week were brother of the j large and Spencer is a graduate of Elkland High class of MRS. OLIVE J. and Mr. Spencer is a graduate of Mrs j Cooley aged the class of 33. 64 of R died at o'clock Friday morning at the ANNOUNCE Mr. and Roland M She ig 8Urvived by one of have an- Mn. E c of a the engagement of their Mrs of Miss Marion and two Wallace Edson C. of Upper and Mrp olive Bailey of Mr. and Mrs. John C. of and one j William of REV. W. E. BROWN was a member of the Baptist church and the j The funeral was held Monday f rn afternoon at the Funeral of the First Baptist church of I burial in the On Memorial Sunday at Wellsboro the Church of Walter E. Brown will de- liver the Memorial sermon at A bit of swindling was carried of on East j on in last when Sunday May 30, at a young man representing 1 0 This service is given as an of a well known year in memory of all seed and nursery The auxiliaries of succeeded in taking many organizations are also payable in One cordially invited to attend this Sous person wrote to Philadelphia Every veteran is j and was informed that they never ed and urged to The j employed agents to make personal lie k invited to be Rock i ANNUAL MOTHERS Tuesday Evening at the New Belle Aire Tea The Business and Professional Women's annual party was held at the Tea Room Tuesday 42 bers and guests being The committee Berna Hazel Mildred Inez Puera Mary Mazie ler and Ethel Group singing was enjoyed and Helen ed greetings to the guests and mothers A Helen Ida Rosa Hamilton and Mildred well sang several numbers and Miss English sang two Mrs. Frank Dunham accompanied at the The following guests were Mrs. Rosina May Mrs. Helen Con- Mrs. Mrs. I. J. Mrs. John Mrs. Happie Miss Sadie Mrs. Linda Mrs. Mrs. Mary A. Mrs. F. H. Mrs. S. A. Mrs. William Bache Mrs. Harry Mrs. William Mrs. Ben Mrs. Em- ma Mrs. Donald H. Chairman of Memorial day w Surrounding towns are warned to be on their MRS. IDA Mrs. Ida aged 72 died Saturday morning at the family home on the Breesport Town of after a long She is survived by a Frank of several nieces and Mrs. Matteson wms a member of Trinity Episcopal church 5n The funeral was held burial in Maple Grove Miss daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John of and Harlan of were married May 14, in They will reside in CHARLESTON VALLEY Charleston Valley No. 54, will meet in regular session Friday May 28. We will have some good music for the We will have the Memorial services for the departed ers at the Roundtop church May 30, in the Every member of the please make a special Effort to be RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE At Once for Annual W. H. S. Alumni Banquet The annual Wellsboro High School Alumni banquet will be held Friday June 4, at G at the High School popular 75 Please make reservations AT ONCE with Hugh Dale at the or tickets may be purchased at Bower's Cornet Drug the Book or R. J. Dance following the with the Williamsport furnishing per 60TH Wellsboro High May 30 to June 4. May 30, p. Baccalaureate by Rev. Walter E. at the High School June 1, 8 p. Night House of Seven at the High School 15 June 3, 8 p. Commencement address by Dr. J. Y. of the De- of Public at the High School ad- 10 June 4, p. banquet at the High School Tickets for Night and now on sale at Bower's Corner Drug High School National Honor Evan Lorraine Mary Beach William For- sythe Mary Catherine Donald Henry Frank Josephine Marie MIDDLE RIDGE Meets In regular session May 28. AH members are re- quested to bring some article for a fish FOUR MEETINGS TO BE HELD Four H Club Meetings Will Be Held This Follows p. 4-H. Room Improvement at church in p. 4-H Organization meeting at polls in p. 4-H Baking Club a Mitchells home of Francis and a. 4-H Room Improvement Club at home of- Betty p 4-H Food and Health at home of Francis p. 4-H School Outfit and Wardrobe Club at church in Elk F. Home Rep. SIMON A. Simon A. aged nearly 76 formerly of for many years an employe of the Corning Glass died day night at o'clock at the home of his Mrs. Harry in Mr. Hampton was born in Ad- dison in 1861, son of John and Cynthia Hilboldt Hampton and until 30 years apo made his home in the vicinity of In Wellsboro he married May who died several years He served as town clerk of pen township and also as dent of the Shippen school About 1907 he removed to ing where he took a position as millwright at the Corning Glass making his home at Rose Town of He was a life member of Corning T 0. 0. and was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal Surviving besides his Mrs. Hall a Clyde of four Arline and Phyllis jorie of Keith of R. D. 4; two Mrs. Emily of and Mrs. Ella of and one M L. of The funeral was held burial in Rural Home at Big BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF A sight well worth seeing is at the home of Henry Bowers where he has 500 tulips in He has 300 in one bed and 200 in an- They nrc of beautiful yellow and MRS. MEHITABLE Mehitable aged 81 died May 14, at the home of her Mrs. Walter in after a long She was a daughter of Daniel and Sarah and was born tember 24, 1855, in Richmond In 1879 she was ried to Lewis of siy years She was a member of Methodist Surviving are three Mrs. Homer Mrs. Walter Wilson and Mrs. Robert of a Mrs. Wesley two Hiram and Daniel of five muns County in charge Lewis of j Pomona Lester reports of Subordinate Anson Smith and Ross of re- and Robert of and four Richard and Billy of Edward of and Jack of GEORGE W. C. T. U. Poster Contest Awards The W. C. T. U. poster contest at the High for which the County Mrs. Florence V. offered in the following First George ond Doris able mention to the following Halton Willard Thursday conferring fifth 9 p. open You May Stay After Eulalia special by Chemung a. ex- of second oga Valley reports of memorial Julia Covington Borough p. pre- sentation of Lawrence ad- John H. secretary Pennsylvania State report of Resolutions re- C. M. mona TWO ENROLLES Two CCC enrolles were injured T j u A Tuesday night when the coupe Linda Ann they were driving struck a Mae Drainsfield and Karl 21, whose home is in and ford 21. of were iously Both are les at the Watrous CCC ta The posters bore numbers in- stead of the name of the so the judges were unaware as to whom they were selecting as All the posters showed thought and careful study under the direction of the art Miss Florence RADIO AMATEUR WINS Walter of who stuck at his amateur dio station for 130 hours without an interruption during a flood has been selected as the recipient of the first William Paley amateur radio the Columbia Broadcasting System an- who owns amateur tion provided the only direct means of to the outside for beleaguered residents of at the time of 1936, HAROLD BIXLER Harold 19, of is receiving treatment in the hospital for injuries suffered at who was employed as an electric welder on a bridge repair fell to the creek bed when a plank in the bridge floor gave Mr. and H. of have announced the of their Er- to Theodore son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. of on uary 2, at Mrs. Besanceney is a graduate of the Mansfield Senior High School and will receive the degree of B. S. in Home Economics this Mr. Besanceney is a of Mansfield State Teachers College and is teaching where they will driving the fell Urban has multiple fractures of the possible skull severe right eye fractured left ankle and fractured right Roos has a possible skull cerebral chin left knee and left elbow and The boys were found by James Morton and Gordon who took them to the office of Dr. H. M. Hagedorn at who sent them to the Blossburg pital after giving BOOSTERS BALL AT To Raise Funds to Ad- vertise Pennsylvania's Grand The Wellsboro Chamber of publicity L. A. will hold a Canyon Boosters Ball at the Wells Thursday June 17, dancing from 9 to 2, price 50 cents per Music will be furnished by Ritter's the lar orchestra which has pleased Wellsboro dancers in many of the parties during the past RC HI
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