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Wellsboro Agitator, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1940, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania VOL. 4. THE JANUARY 24. 1940. WHOLE PETERSON BOXING SHOW GALEN WATSON NEW BOOKS AT KILLED DREW BIG CROWD Young Man Henry of Elmira tim Of Automobile Won Decision Over Bob South Of Wells Cail aged 20 years Henry Of three others were severely injured In an automobile accident In Farmhouse Fire Near Coudersport Sunday j Galen aged 11 nf won burned to death Sunday night of won tne victor Jackson farmhouse at dis- bout at the Wellsboro loute 84, about five miles south of Peterson died at the hospital at and out- hp DUt uj t vno f three thought he was still with his He had a ponent on thiee when they were forced to escape down a laddet ic umes Prairie Now he rounds out the life story of the Great Emancipator in four not small books dealing with the war covered when members of th family returned to the Galen was living at the Jackson but members of the family Maynan was in a of the face 30, of fair condition at the suffering a. Bob ended in a about n smoke Other matches Keith Dunham won by technical Tony 26. of R. IX 2, driver of one of the tars received of the right 1 and a possible fractured lis condition was regarded Miss Lois R. 18, owner of the car was not seriously but greatly draw of of to a Sunday Jackson said she smelled Joor and found opening the kitchen the room a mass of She ran to the second floor and aroused the family and then found the stairway was mg 13, the oldest ed out a rear window and cut his GIRLS WIN AT STATE FARM SHOW Tioga County ing Pupils Make Fine Vocational homemaking girls from Covington and Liberty high schools made a com- mendable showing with individual exhibits at the State Farm Show last while a team of four girls from the Charleston tional High School presented one of the 27 homemaking tions selected for the This work is probably vocational homemaking ex- Sandburg's Biography Of Lincoln Of Great Of greatest value on the list this month is Carl Sandburg's The War In 1926 Sandburg of to the public the first two volumes of his biography of Lin knockout over Charlie ap and brother to Those saved by going down the ladder were Mr. and Mrs. 11, 9, 6, 2, and 1. The Coudersport Fire Depart from Danny Jamison and Bob Of i fought to a n In a novelty the first on i the two Charlie and Dewey tn n draw tt F. of Returned to her i for the card promoted by of The accident occurred near the fcy Company Penn. National The show of the series will be L. Vandergrift farm on the Highway leading from Wellsboro The injured most complete and authoritative on and while there will be no great rush of readers awaiting their turn to read these books will be used for reference and as a definitive biography for many years to The Green Free Library is proud to own the Raider Were Not Afraid to Enchanting Jenny Slaves by the Poland Where the Rivers Johann Father and the War Opening Doors of hibits and demonstrations were of the highest quality and among them keenest in the history of the Farm Thert were over 150 more entries in the clothing section than a year ago the total number of garments en- HONORS WON SOME FIGURES DELEGATES MET AT FARM SHOW Two Young Men ed Keystone Degree In F. F. A. Jan. 23. J. H. vocational agricultural teacher of Millerton and rence announces the lowing The ton schools were ON LOCAL IN WELLSBORO New York Area Pays Sixteenth Congressional oga County Large Sum Committeemen Per ed Congressman On the basis of the uniform Thirty-five Republican delegates price to producers of per from the Sixteenth Congressional 100 the December milk handled District met at the by plants approved by health tel in Wellsboro Saturday evening for the New Yoik City and unanimously endorsed four Lawrenceville and m Tioga county had party leaders for election as awarded 1 Oth t of according to gates and alternate to the administrator of tional convention and went record to return Congressman place in the state contest as reported by A. V. Marketing on sistant state supervisor tional in awards at Harrisburg at the Farm of devs regulating the handling Robert F. Rich to making in the Now Yoik Ralph W. of Wi A total of and James A. ot tan Jan. 16. Boys who scored their projects Earl second Elwyn and Harold of pounds was delivered by dairy i McKean were en- points with farmers of Tioga county as and JacoD bUVAl r tered being approximately 5001 tenth Dairy for 1940. Prize winners are as Roy third and Harvey Mr. Harmon Under the terms of the State handlers operating plants are required to pay on or before January 25 of Lock and George of Cameron as It was suggested that the dis- delegation go uninstructed to IMl UI j for December The price to the national In farmers may vary ing it was the ti held Feb. brought to Wellsboro and given 2 at the Wellsboro a truck Woodworking aB a to with the Purple Night Death in Dragon's r. William F. White before being CAR to the hospital in In connection with Johnson and the Co. vania car some motorists appear to be con- fused bv fact that their 1939- and nearby The Jacksons said Galen was with his father in Coudersport Sunday and they did not know he had Later they learned his father had brought him back about and finding the family in decided to sleep in the 103rd Medical Dr. who is com- officer of the 4Q contain the statement as assisted by his first aid that thoge licenses expire on I ruary 29. Private R. L. of those investigated for the however the 1939 Legislature Motor Police and reported that i tne Motor Vehicle Code Wilson was traveling south makc all of a truck operated by on February 1, instead of ALL ELIGIBLE TAKE NOTICE Will the Clason Mystery Van Murder Love Wagon Came Man to Protect Hurst i uyuu i Richard who at an individual plant is sold ernor who favored ed in Steuben N. and the metropolitan for state delegates as CU in j from the Millerton High School was the first boy of the Millerton Future Farmers of America to receive the stone Farmer He had a Ill milk sold m that area is governed i means of assuring the free by the of the best candidate offered sold outside of the by the area is not priced by the A resolution was but is subject to arrangements adopted expressing unanimously the scholastic rating of ever 90, was tween producers and lion's appreciation of the prominent in class a I aim y L A upon whether all milk gates to to first Margaret remodeled wool third remodeled fourth Betty wool fourth wool fifth Mary silk fifth Miss Grace Reimard is the first othy canned green string second and re- modeled fourth Miss Edith Rieppel is the wool second Miss Mary E. Goodman is the Marian Gwendolyn Marguerite Johnson and past president of the and had for and ard not only had the distinction of being a New York resident but was also Harvey a senior of the Lawrenceville High ed dual honors at the Farm Show in Harrisburg on January 16 and 17, where he received the first Keystone IW II t In the case of cooperative associ of Senator G. Mason ations of farmer payments in being willing to for all milk are governed by the draw his candidacy for the terms of their contracts with their Senatorship in the of party The uniform price of perl Senator national hundred weight to be paid was not named as a farmers who delivered their delegate to the national cember milk to the 11 plants tion only it was Tioga county approved by that he and Mrs. of. York City health authorities is national based on a 3.5 per cent butter fall are to be two of our 201-210'able this In paying tribute to of R. D. 1. As automatically i ilson started to pass the the 1939.40 officer he sideswiped the n of the wanson bounced bounced Motor Code changes gave inst the truck and it on Jstg the more compensating Ithe The impact sent the filson coach into the Swanson car second turning the for- on It came to rest ith in the center of the Both cars were ed beyond Mr. Vandergrift and Mr. Rensei to the scene and extricated and Wilson from behind Ithe steering of the who was riding in the front teat with was thrown into back seat when the crash private who is ity Law Outlined Series Of awarded anyone in the Lawrence i mile zone from New York Marguerite Rankin were the pp A ranked fourth u Canoe A A i V A A SB r and Beach c i of Changes In j reasons and snowing th w i ranked in wic ier Will Be results of good and poor entered by Elkland and The speaker Other Miss H. Ann Blackburn is the J hools of the freight deduction is j nelly county cl For calculating benefits Part Step and survivors insurance a based on the worker's monthly toas been benefit of three free use tnis of their 1939 motor vehicle a or industrial total as reported by his and divide this total by the number of months he could have been in employment since 19.JJ6- A monthly benefit is figured at A basic amount or enes h ed under the new Federal old-age Inch of tan OWEN STORE BURNED MONDAY Heavy Loss Morning The general Western Mariana Kids of Bloody in the ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR BAZAAR HONORS WON AT FARM SHOW publican party James Con- chairman of McKean cents State Senators G. Mason differentials are provided for John Snowdon testing above or below George and A Approximately 50 homemaking high school girls from Tioga ty attended the State Farm Shaw were and were companied by the following making Miss Edith of Miss Mary E. of Miss Doris Miss Leona Ethel V. of and Miss H. Ann of Reported by Mattie gtate Farm Products Show j in tho County Adviser In the open and Mr. member of the Public Utility ron county who Morris by George C. JEROME C. Jerome aged and apartment on Wellsboro an investigation in coop burned to the ground at ration with Dr. Tioga Monday Mr. estimated total Mrs. Owen escaped in their equal to 40 per cent of the first in the four-year-old Legion Home Monday evening ered Club at MRS. EMMA F. C. Mrs. Emma Fidelia Crawford night clothes and suffered from the effects of smoke and The loss on the building and con- A factory worker re- form pians for the a month in wages j to be held in the Legion baU front 1936 until the end of 1939. on the evenings of At that time he reaches age 65land 9 LeO c. and decides to retire to get outlined her several thousand monthly old-age insurance appointed I I IS I aged 84 widow of over in and I fits beginning next His carry Out the T. 1.. 1__.AA4 TH loy died Sunday at the of her Arland L. at She was born new car ked close t0 monthly benefit will amount to f Here is how it is figured The bazaar will be similar Due to sparks 17, 1856 in N. s ad to tne nouse and barn of the ones held in past years 40 per cent of the first of his will be provided and the i merchants will be given an To Present Elaborate Show Dr. Feig Addressed Rotary tj The artists course of Mansfield Teachers College will be to an The body was won second on his I for buml Afler their marriage Elwyn first on Arbon Clyde sec ond on his third on his average ued Feb. 9, with the appearance of Scheetz magicians w monthly wage is merchants will be given an present what has been called daughter of Andrew and B Hughes but 10 per cent of the to advertise their wares to am of its She had resid Ti Department or That makes The people of and offered Jn country led in Lawrenceville most of A dance law Prides for an additional General admission 1 was per cent of this for each yeai wni be 25 Loren the county the and in the second ORGANIZE NEW SERVICE CLUB Stein t This gave the club total j. Stuart Heads Or Survivors include 1 near the Owen building iRobert A. and Arland L. of ed and Francis F. three scorched by the heat but was and Mrs. Owen and a r .fj of eight grand- woman employe were sleeping in children and one great apartment over the store and Funeral services will be held Mr. Owen was awak at 2 Rev. Ar- by smoke and was unable to that he was covered 1938, be given at the various booths of In the Jersey open Hilda of won fourth place in the open class with 1 Which Yet To Be John W. Stuart j i UI and One per cent of and many prizes will be Rnd morc than is 25c. and three times 25c wj The merchants are requested to scenery and ap. e iU lOunn uince in me uuuu Employing one of the largest ami first in president of a new families of pets ever used by J 75c. So his monthly benefit will contact their wholesale houses foi 1 be samples as they may care to Company offer samples as tney may For further information call is a grand opportunity humor js Bernard A. I tnc merchant to display Partici write as Ichie of the the lights He called the list burial in others and they rushed to the first Williamsport I PS i t f- f ml Bernard A. for the merchant to display goods Particular 307 Post Office and no individual can afford nt is afforded by the or communicate miss these two evenings of which leads from the Club Hilda also had j Wednesday evening at a meeting the grand champion Jersey his George M. VanKirk for the state in the club Was elected vice r and Elwyn Learn had the Clifford Rob champion Holstein cow in the ert B. treasurer IRED CROSS The following Red Cross others and they rushed to the nm ui miss inese iwu floor was a mass of j with a representative of this office The committee have many forms Employment I of amusement which will be well DAVID W. The funeral of David W. have been received in ad- aged 77 of dition to the list published who died suddenly was Joseph H. Mrs. J. H. H. G. FARM CLASSES TO BE RESUMED Legumes To Be Discussed At Meeting Service 88 Main on the first Tuesday of each month between the hours of a. m. and 1 p. m. held burial at his former He was a son of Ira and Electa Douglass and was born Feb. 2, 1862, in Potter He married Delia Havens in 1888. She died in Jan. 1909. He was a member of the Oakwood Methodist ra The following two Mrs. W. F. of f Addison and Mrs. D. E. The Charleston adult Oj three Dorr evening class resumes its of Wayne sion of farm management of and Basil lems in the agriculture room of of Ft. the Charleston school Wednesday five four Jan. 24. one A new subject will be discussed Mrs Sarah of at this nieces and tion in Tioga Soil cultural vesting and curing of such C. MeCLURE Cameron 42, of as sweet R. D. 1, is a patient in the Sovers and soybeans will be in- Corning Hospital for lacerations worth the price of admission rn addition to the many samples and A feature of special in- terest will be the fashion show each which will show all the latest models of the new spring The following committee win call on the merchants in the near future to discuss plans for the ba- Mrs. Helen Mrs Next Luncheon At Edith Followed By Mrs. Nina M. COUNTRY one another and by the engaging personalities of the Dr. Chester A. instructor in education at Mansfield Teachers stein j Mr. Stuart appointed tho The total livestock lowing chairmen of amounted to The calf standing youth plot in the Tioga they lived in for about two moving to Corning in 18S7. Mr. Lawrence wa- first ed on tho Fall Brook and progressed to the position of engineer to which he ed July 4. For 20 preceding retirement Feb. 2S, he in the passenger service on the Pennsylvania of tho Now York had been a member of was Brotherhood of Locomotive service club since being a locomotive en- he was also a civil B. Surviving aie his widow and two Mrs. J. K and Mrs. Howard W. both of New York Burial Saturday in tho ion family members had a very and enjoyable week at the Leon a 12-year-old boy of Sullivan won first place on his exhibit of maple This entry was shown Charles contact church R. in- B. CHARLES A. Kenneth of and John of for- m This entry was snown m Ly addressed the the en class adult maple The i Rotary Club at its regular ing in the Jan. 18. in was the topic of his Seven degrees were granted Mansfield State Teachers at the end of the first i January 20. Awards were as j Elementary new group i u. Vl the open class against me new group i hv his widow syrup producers throughout the mou projects for community He is state P. County ent. MRS SOLOMON Mrs Lura Bernett Of Solomon died at ner home at N. day gne was born in Tioga coun particularly Charlotte Mann WeeKs U tion to the younger men of member of former was a son Robert L. Lyon named a to make arrangements for a for- Feb. Feb. 14 and 28, 18 Cafeteria Leon Leon Henry Wilcox and Earl Leo C. Bailey will have V CUt A O followed by music and a i charge of arrangement of Last Sunday evening about 65 members and guests were present at the cafeteria following which they were delightfully en- by a program of piano music played by Miss Claudia MICHAEL J. Beatrice of tyt about 72 years Her Viola M. of Elizabeth L. of was a Vennetta J. of of Catherine R. of Homemaking E. of took place in 1891. She member of the Methodist Green Michael J. a native of Bennett C. died Thursday at his home in New York Me Hurley was about 75 years old and was the son of Daniel and Survivors in addition to her husband are the following sons Ruth E. of Bnd Mrs. Anna Secondary Mrs. Stella of R. Mrs. Helen of Mrs. Hazel of Mr. Weeks merry lived in Y. NARROW ESCAPE FROM BAD FIRE P. T. A. HEARD DR. Dr. Robert T. professor i of speech at Bucknell gave an address on Child's Tomahawk Service at the meeting of Slightly Damaged ation at grade A large audience Friday Night A causing about SAMUEL Samuel aged his interesting age at the Tomahawk about the forehead sustained who has the sure touch Hayes Most of his of Morris died Jan. the Following the youth warn spent at and 15> at the Blossburg Senator 0. Mason Morris and in Funeral services were held Thursday at the home of The last two meetings have an auto crash south been devoted to a discussion of of Lindley on a trip through Eur- ln ope with his own motion 1 Run mar. Charles and Joseph at Also surviving are two Mrs. Stella Hurd and Mrs. i in a i of his Funeral services will be held short musical by Harry Evans was not Mr. Evans opened the soil elements and It was said that the car in which riding ran off the Bna fertilization of farm McClure was meetings are open to the road at the turn near the Toby lie and anyone interested is near and struck a 4. skillfully Uken in natural I The with the rounded out an ing of rare Six Mrs. William Wednesday at 2 p. born to of whom Morris burial in the at coopers Levins and family re- turned from Florida Mrs. Bernard Welch and Dr. J. both of York Alao two a brother and eral ton Surviving in addition to Mrs. Payne an Miss Mae of and a of Morris prepared hy the women and served by the at the Presbyterian Feb. 1. III a V in L. who presided at covered until the announced for business t the P. T. A. will hold its annual A small used for Father's Night meeting at the was the scene of the which High School Auditorium smothered out owing to lack of day evening Feb. 21, with The cause is Tho H W Methodist damage is covered by in charge of The High School directed by Byron will present a gram. If the fire had gained headway a serious blaze might have resulted as Mr. Hawk has large storage tanks
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