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Wellsboro Agitator, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1938, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania VOL. 11. THE MARCH 16, 1938. WHOLE THE HAD GOOD YEAR Substantial Increase in Business Shown Over Previous Year To In- stall Laundry The annual report to the holders of the Wellsboro Hotel owners of the Wells was presented by the board of directors at a dinner meeting Thursday about 50 The C. E. outlined the explaining some points more in and stated that the future of the hotel looks The latest type laundry equipment is to be ed in the basement of the hotel in order to save money on this large item of It was also decided to erect more road signs advertising the The following directors were H. E. C. E. George H. Elmer C. H. L. A. 0. S. M. A. George The year 1937 showed a gross increase in income of about 34 per cent. The physical condition of the hotel is now much better than at any time during the past few Most of the rooms been window shades and curtains have been replaced where new fixtures with outlets for razors have been installed over all a convenience that is almost de- manded at the present time Several new items of equipment have been purchased during the including mechanical ment for the banquet and new lobby etc. New to re- place that in the lobby which has been in use since the hotel BURNS CAUSED DEATH OF CHILD Verna of Victim of Tragic Accident at Grade Verna six-year-old ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. of died at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Blossburg hospital as the result of burns Wednesday afternoon when her dress caught fire as she passed an open gas stove in the lunch room of the grade school She was a pupil of Mrs. Nettie She was burned over the major portion of her A Miss Enola who the is receiving treatment at the Wellsboro pital for burns on her On entering the room the passed between a chair ho ding another child's wet clothes and the gas When Miss Julia who was in the at- tempted to reach the she broke Miss Enola Corwin caught her in the corridor and extinguished the Besides her parents Verna is survived by two Paul and and two Jean and Mr. Roby is Com- mander of W. Earle Champaign the American The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at the Evans Funeral Rev. C. W. pastor of the First Baptist burial in the West Branch NOTED WOMAN TO SPEAK HERE Mrs. Mary T. Denman to Address Wellsboro Service Invitations have been issued by the Wellsboro Business and Women's Club to the of- and members of the various organizations of Wellsboro to at- tend their Public Relations dinner at the March 21. The speaker will be Mary T. of NEW EQUIPMENT Film Fire Saturday Night Lit UoC has been This improvement will add a great deal to the arriving guest's first impression of the hoteL It is interesting to note One Proj tor Fire Confined Nearly worth of pro during 1937 every room in the equipment was destroyed tel was occupied on seven night at the Arcadia Tl it necessary to when the film caught fire possible guests as far as close of the last showing of for the In order to further bring the fire did hotel up to its proper damage and all took p are stilL several items the audience was leaving equipment which should be at the conclusion of placed or renewed in unaware of the oc Among these is carpeting for front some additional kitchen a few Woodin explained small film fires are not tresses and other odds and The carpeting of the third hall is also not in keeping with the rest of the It is advisable that highway signs be placed this This probably entail an expense of approximately but with the increased traffic being brought to this locality through the efforts of the Pennsylvania State Publicity Commission and the Wellsboro Chamber of the should strive to secure as much of this business as and that many without Strict reg tions regarding the fireproof struction of projection rooms move ail danger of the fire being noticed by the theatre a To the average a film fire simply means the s has stopped In the Arcadia's instance Sa day the too great to permit fur use of the Six hours of repairs by employes It 4- 1. A w It should also be remembered as well as the r in 1939 traffic on Route 6 of new equipment f be even heavier due to the enabled the Sur York World's so the show to go on the sc holds much three minutes behind sc There were rooms pied in 1937 and in Woodin left number of 1937 i t Philadelphia to purchase the tem man of Legislation of the al Federation of Business and Women's She has served the state organization not only as vice-president but as chairman of its special legislative projects and in many other Mrs. Denman is a practicing at- torney and served as a member of the House of Representatives in 1931-'32 and was special tive representative of the state in 1933 when the Federal Child Labor Amendment was She is at present a member of the executive board of the Forum and of the at young would the w Federation for the Merit Mrs. Howard H. chairman of arrangements for the will be assisted by following Nettie Mary Helen Beatrice Coolidge and Helen to ther clearer Refr attract Mrs. J Jane Y D DEWEY IS A Hon. P. H. Dewey is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Secretary of Internal YOUNG WOMEN Young Women's can Council with Large List of Charter About 50 young women ed the first meeting of the Young Republican Women at the Wells Hotel Monday Of- Mrs. ward vice Mrs. Robertson C. recording Mrs. Howard cor- responding Mrs. James Miss Ruth The meeting was opened by singing Mrs. Owen S. president of the Senior men's Council of Republican brought greetings and a come to this new Miss Thelma Union county Young Republican of who was to appear on the was unable to be due to icy Thiee of the Senior Republican who are also Pennsylvania statewide spoke Mrs. G. Mason member of the state program ed the importance of organization aims and and the scope of work of Republican Miss Helen a member of the Business and Professional Women's committee of the spoke on Be a It an interesting and ing intersperses with ex- from an article in the Evening Post by and from a new which is being published by Re- publican women called which is any woman's Mrs. Florence V. a member of the political activities state expressed ure at seeing such a large group of whom she asserted would with their col- and untiring energy in soon be organizing COUNTRY CLUB CALENDAR 4 Activities Listed for the Coming Few Friday March 18, at 8, first meeting of the Club dancing class for quadrille and contra Harry E. Webster and Leon R. Good competent All members interested in this form of dance should Bring your a quarter and possibly an extra pair of dancing the instruction begins promptly at 8. Sunday March 20, at 6, cafeteria supper followed by an evening of special The Mrs. Franklin assisted by Mrs. Leon Carl Collins and Mrs. S. L. have some prise features in store and mise another enjoyable ing Members bring rolls or and one sther March 23, luncheon at followed by Mrs. S. E. Don't forgets the club box social scheduled for Friday March 25. More than usual interest is be- ing manifested in the Easter Ball of Country Club to be held at the Hotel Monday April 18. While tions are being it is the de- sire of the committee to get names of Please send names to K. C. Spencer or C. F. Day last week at tire Country Club included a surprise birthday party for Mrs. T. A. Prizes were won by Mrs. and Emory Nearly 50 members enjoyed the club Card Night Friday Prizes were won by Mrs. S. E. Smith and Miss Evelyn SENATOR NYE TO GIVE TALK At Mansfield Arthur Lofgren to Be Featured in Vesper A vesper concert of vocal and piano music will be given at Mansfield Teachers College at p. m. March 20, under the auspices of Phi Mu Alpha Taking part will be Ar- of Mrs. Donald of and Miss jorie of the college together with Mrs. Young Republican groups in rounding Her challenge to them was that they become informed group as to their from and 15.839 in 1936. there were meals and in 1936. TO INSPECT MANSFIELD W. D. port architect has been appointed to make an inspection of the Mansfield Senior High School to its structural The survey was ordered by the De- of Labor and and will be made LUGG IS ASSISTANT WAY has ary installation now in Harold projectionist at the ia Saturday narrowly caped serious burns as the 2000 feet of film was consumed in an almost instantaneous No fire alarm was sounded as the asbestos booth could not burn and the entire episode was over in less than a YOUTH WINS STATE Ray son of Denver of formerly office which he so efficiently filled for four We never knew presumed it was a part of the bungling GOP policy of that year which resulted in a Democratic At any Mr. Dewey wasn't on the ticket that was de- and here's hoping he gets the second term he Galeton that they have a clearer vision of their s. i Refreshments were served at an attractively decorated table with Mrs. Jerome Hyde and Miss Mary DR. RAY The funeral of Dr. Ray aged 63 of who died at his home will be held this afternoon at at the and at at Baptist Rev. Edmund T. Rowe and Rev. Beorge Arnold will burial in the Borden He was born in New York city August 2, 1874, son of James and Mary Umberfield A Dr. Reynolds had ed and practiced at Elkland for more than 125 He was graduated from Grand Rapids February 17, 1896, he married Miss Myrtle C. J. CARPENTER IS HONORED Charleston Violinist to Play with National Charles J. son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude of a Senior at the Charleston High School will be featured at the 25th meeting of were injured Thursday night He leaves his a Mrs. Ray of a of Long two Mrs. M. Lulu of Staten TWO HURT IN CAR Victor 23, and Charles 21, both of Morris TO CELEBRATE GOLDEN Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fisher wish to announce open house on March 20, casion being their fiftieth ding All relatives and cordially THE MET CHAMPIONS Best Playera of County League to Play W. H. S. Friday Friday night at the Wellsboro High School the pick of the best players in the County League play against out- Each team is the Lea gue will send its two players to be coached by Donald of whose team finished in the runner-up He will have at his disposal 18 nine men will be used against varsity in the main game and other nine will be used against the pick of the coaches m the The referees have donated their services for these The of- will include the in the League such as John S. Ed. Haps Warren Kermit WELLSBORO NEWS Commercial Students Get Valuable Business Ex- tion Pictures One of the most worthwhile courses offered to High School students is Office which to Senior cial This is under the direction of Hiss Bogart An effort is made to teach the pupils tc put into practice the which they have Some of these still in have yent to various Wellsboro offices they have been permitted to do practice work for several hours each This winter an ent opportunity was to the Office Practice class when they were requested by members of the Chamber of Commerce to take over the stenographic work of the Alles and j Pennsylvania Canyon Tickets have been sent to all the The school was schools in the League and a good pleased to cooperate and each day crowd is They may for several weeks a commercial purchased from any member of j student has gone to the Chamber the High School team Tickets for adults are 30 cents and for students 20 The proceeds of the game will be used buy a trophy for ftc 0f office to spend the entire day acting as ir addition to this service some Of the students report each Friday morning to the Public Health Robert or to Mrs. Mr. Lofgren was a pupil of Paul distinguished violin in the opinion of the I Clinic conducted by Dr. League has shown the I where they assist in the best sportsmanship during Perhaps individual jn this way the will be to the contestants of students gain these two and if enough 1 practice and at the same tims are money is made a banquet also wil 1 Of real service to their master teacher and be some noted Students that have participated in this work Luella Elizabeth Elizabeth Before entering his present Un ag in which he is concerned basketball with teaching and orchestral con- Jagt to see this B Dorothy Mr. Lofgren was violin J 1 instructor and assistant to Mr. Stoeving at the New York School of Music and At his work will include the playing of two compositions and an ar- rangement of his While a master pupil and later assistant teacher with Paul ing New York School of Musi and champions in For Charles Robert some of them it will be their last Ruth appearance on the High Jean Leona Come up and show them Olive Helen that you appreciate their in Elsie giving you a real basketball Amy Ella en P. MRS. FRANCES I The of Mrs. Frances aged SI j for 1937 and 08 has been very in- died Wednesday at the We are the Mrs. and Poetry of a Mr. Lofgren was founder j and conductor of the Wellsboro iwas born in December 1, -I Dec Symphony and is as a violin teacher in this The program will j i She is survived by her r 4 M sistov A. five Prof. Gave In Address American Prof. Irving T. in oral expression allegretto allegro Refrain Schon on G Arthur in- Mansfield Teachers dis- American literature and songs at the meeting of the boro Daughters of the American at Mansfield Mansfield College students the talk by presenting three Mrs. Mary Rose acted as man of assisted by Mrs. H. J. Van Mrs. L. B. Mrs. Paul Mrs. Wade W. Mrs. Samuel Blanche Mrs. Peter Ab- Mrs. J. E. and Mrs. Lillian of It was announced that the ter will hear a talk on at and Richard of and two The funeral was held Fantasie in A Arthur As the culminating item on AMERICA FACES CHALLENGE current auditorium artists Mansfield Teachers College has the honor of a lecture fay Hon. Gerald P. United States Senator from North to be Rev. C. W. Sheriff Ad- A I m dressed Rotary On World new Literature At present we are studying Miss Fischler has helped to make our literature class interesting by allowing us to do a deal of our work together in the official motion j picture of the American League Baseball Clubs and tKe Fisher I Body Division of General Motors I was shown in assembly Monday by Mr. This is a interesting one many fine points of the It was shown again at n p. m in older that athletic coaches of the and the er baseball fans might see it. given Friday April with and as the FIVE MEETINGS FOR COMING WEEK Home Economics ings Are Scheduled for the Week as March a Miss Mae daughter of Club and cf I and Oswald son Mr. and of Rev. C. W. Sheriff 25 t were man led of the Club and j Jay at p. at the bride's Gus M. of by Rev. L. E. of the and Hairy M. church of Their attendants were Miss Florence Manchester and Richard of The bride at the Hotel Young welcomed as a ntw Rev. Mr. Sheriff's talk was on powder blue and a or Which of roses and sweet Way The world war was fought make the safe for sauI Mi. The bridesmaid wore old rose crepe and a of tea roses and sweet and wth te Hfe of nne me oi Anne a witch during the early v. nt lobs Corners at a meeting tiess at J obs the Music Educators National Cor- at April 9. The talk ference at St. the week which they were riding plunged of March 27. Route 6, near the The National Orchestra is made i Ernest Davis up of 250 outstanding Kelly received severe cuts about musicians selected from the high I the scalp and face and body schools of the and it is a Bubacz sustained a cut distinct honor to the student and the left eye and body to his school to be selected one j about 10 o'clock when the car in will be given by Mrs. H. J. Van Curtains and after which ho outlined Button v. Ill reside at home of Mrs. i events that have on River n m a Hitler taking over Buying a Burdette W. of Mr. and Claude ot at Mussolini of Stalin of 1_1 p. m. t Japan's to take of been appointed assistant gan state novice lightweight of highways in Tioga Mr. Lugg I About a year ago he went to has an in the Pontiac and obtained a job at the veering working out j General Motors Truck He of the District became acquainted with Paul Spa boxing coach and was induced to try out for the team Spotting the possibilities in Spaven concentrated iton him and after two months of j hard work ho his protege come U rough with flying With another year of he shuld bo able to compote for tho in the open TO OPEN STORE HERE TO Howard who the Pennsylvania tra in Charles Carpenter is a pupil of Arthur Lofgren of Mr. jOn West Lofgren himself being a master i to Address Council On home of Mrs. March p. j at at Miss daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. of and Furniture H. of Buenos were mained February Rio de by r. i Dr. a former pastor of the i church The war in Spam just a between Communism and the and Ruth A. daughter of what the Of Claude K. at Justice of tho Peace Frank K Feb. March p. m. fit in stand America faces the greatest challenge in its Mr. Sheriff a er Navy and air foice ami con- use of tho ballot box to save foi the al rights of the a to live in a free from and ship 1938 FISHING The In FRANK O. C01 oner M. E. pupil and formerly assistant er 1o Paul Stoeving at the York School of Music and New Plumbing tion The worp grey MIK rw sette with slip banded with I Mrs. Grace of M. E. a picture hat of pray and Austin xel I learned unlay morning about o'clock af bj Several functions tor a long at the Fiank O r C- in honor of Mr. and She is by hrr honor of Mr. and Mr. and Kalamazoo Stove and nace Company to Have Branch in The Stove nace Company have rented the 02 Main next to the National Bank and will open F. H. Kennedy attended Council meeting Monday the JENNINGS COMPANY GAVE The Jennings Automotive Part 101 Main nave a Dorothy daughter SHU W IV f and Karl son of Mr. and Mrs. W. of A Vera were married nt the for a permit to build two 01 in D 0 sailed for Ancs Maich 3. Burgee and f s oilmen S. L. B B. F. r. and n of ors College and has sung in lous musical m Now Mr. is an the p home of the parents rh more cabins 12x1 6 and a 7 at 1-30 p m by Rev. Wallace building on her West of of nuo properly was a about a lore party to the 1 with from the They attended by Chamber of Commerce granted lo make of will be the local and will later bo located The company's line includes heaters and furnaces of all washing machines and numerous other articles of hold men and Martha Ann speed at the four TO ENTER WEST POINT OF THE Theodore a She is by her Bui i ell John L a and Leona of two of Mrs. of three ei Isaac of J. A. of Pi K R. of Kansas Mo. The funeral held Monday afternoon nt the Evans Funeral Rev C. W. bin ml ri the York 20 wh Tuesday i diet of m N' cai w. OPERETTA TO BE PRESENTED Fine Cast Selected for Daniel Boone ster Has Title Mi- K nrr v Frant a of Penn Mrs. James Manin of A- and of ri th Wellsboro and Morris Wednesday evening j matching wore blue crept The Council invited Mr. of president of the I Randolph Master Association of of the Mr. Moving pictures were shown and Rowing the a reception refreshments were About held at the Hotel 50 Tony of Mr. and Mrs. Stevens wil reside m attend a is Delos of and Lynn of won tho examinations for entrance W. H. S. WON FROM In a game Welis horo High School defeated the Trov basketball INDEPENDENT GROCERS of Yoik northern of B. Maltb I 1 It 1. V II C 1-' It n vw I- i de- I'm Tn ii Pr 1? 1' I W s K M V Kernck and of at a a graduate of Mansfield i each scored 13 The at the 1'enn- Wells hy where ei connected i Council to explain detail College and now teaching at game bundled by a were welcomed by witi the of the new He go to Texas referee from Mr. of Motion pictures were j with Kenyon ing I Paul Donald
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