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Wellsboro Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1946, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania NEWSPAPER FILE SERVICE s 179 EAST SECOND ST. HI XMAS MAILING THIS THE ZETTE STATE FOLICE To the Law Prt your Knowledge and experience to practical at all times when you Avoid That NOVEMBER 14, 1946 Seven Cents Per Copy NUMBER 13 AY RAISE ME NOW ol Kills Need of stabilization Board d wage increase L the American Mint ers of North America Glass Works will be- fe immediately and will ve to October 21, i statement made this rry M. vice pre- of CGW is. came on the order issued by ruman on Saturday in Chief Executive lifted I controls from wages had already made to the Wage tor approval of the in- ier but added that decontrol proval is no longer eases amount to 12% iur or 12 per received by CGW severing the week of iO to November 16 will aew the com- and cumulative pay in- the period from October nber 9 will be added to issued during the week Officer Reserve Unit to Meet Here Nov. 20 The Reserve Association will hold its regular meeting at the State Armory here November 20, according to Anthony W. publicity Meetings will continue to be held on the third Wednesday of each month Walluk and former whether or ncc they are reserve or of all branches of the including Marines and Coast Guard are urged to Captain commander of the Williamsport be present to speak and im- portant matters will be discussed at this TELLS DAR OF TOUR OF TORN EUROPE Mrs. Emory Rockwell cribes Sympathy of War Weary Europeans Mrs. E. B. Rockwell was the guest speaker at Saturday's eon meeting of Wellsboro Chapter cu GOP COUNCIL AT MEETING Mrs. Kathryn Mrs. W. E. Hill Address GOP Women Mrs. Kathryn president of the Wellsboro Council of Re- publican Mrs. W. E. vice-president of the Tioga County GOP Women's were the principal speakers at the November 6 meeting of the Council of can Women at the home of Mrs. Wilma Davis at Both speakers stressed the im- portant role women voters and workers played in bringing about a Republican and Mrs. Hill used as her to Mrs. Hill pointed out that men can do much toward restoring the Christian faith and morals of the nation's which she said is what is needed to make America again a united and free At the business meeting Mrs. Mabel finance Area Holstein Breeders In Session On Plan Farm Show Entries Tioga County Holstein breeders met Tuesday afternoon at the Penn Wells under the auspices of the Tioga County Holstein to discuss plans and programs for better Roy S. Association dent and director in the vania Holstein The speaker also stressed ed testing and scientific of dairying and the growth in ed at the session and introduced i breeding programs carried on at the NEPA center at with the Holstein dairymen and other dairymen of called the attention of the group to the recent classifying of the seven Holstein for ter C. E. of speaking discussed his as a pioneer Holstein the harvest supper November 1, and it was voted to send the dent and the membership to the state convention at 24th. of distributing in- l also be applicable to employees whose BS amount to per week which ever is greater to October 21. IN ISSUES Chief Executive jns Nov. 28 Urges s for Peace Edward in a m issued on November 28; 1 holiday and y in and fi people to observe their homes and in their worship in humble and of the the citizens of this great i privileged to mor also called for the the Governor DAR at the Green Free when 51 members and guests were j j Miss Emma of j field presided as regent and the next meeting j will be a Christmas meeting may be j next session of the held at the home of Mrs. Bessie Krebs on December 11 a Christmas Mansfield Not Affected lor A Smith a Ky JOD V A was made by the Crossnore J i that their usual box of Christinas brought for the gifts Kate gifts be sent a month early to Veterans de- and pointed out that his at KEPA and that four tive breeding of Holsteins dated very Good and three Good Plus from 1911 to 1925. Bennett them a high average score of the early beginnings with Black and Whites with his under the firm name of nett Latzer and they used the prefix name of Slackers for their of this great n by Breeders pointed out it is from this start that the ty owes much of its success as a Holstein center supplying seed stock to other parts of the state and to other states from its many class as the County herds over the Breeders de- Next on the speaker's roster was I program had the average score of 813, Rider for a total of 853 Holsteins with 14 140 Very 507 Good 159 33 Pair and none Plan Farm Show Entries for the Pennsylvania State Show at Harrisburg in ary were discussed and it was said of breed will be to fill the open classes and the Extension Service of the Association of at Householder discussed Holstein udders and their relation to and milk His talk illustrated with slides which he had made on his many tours of the Holstein Giving a brief review of the 1946 activities of the state association fh Bowen for help in be secured from Tioga County Farm Agent Paul P. Entries must be filled out and returned to the Farm Show by November 30. Short Business Meeting At a short business meeting lowing the program of Bowen instructed the Junior ject committee of Roy Clark Bowen and Paul to select and purchase for the club a. later than November 28 lure enough gifts for every j dared that a because all the surplus gifts of may accept any position and year were destroyed by a recent stm receive full benefits for his was State William M. fire Wellsboro members may leave i permanent of He dis- at the library and Mansfield i I cussed the excellent cooperation Holstein heifer calm which will be members may leave gifts at the Michael B. manager of of the county Holstem Club and i turned over to Robert of of Mrs Kimble Marvin not Wilkes-Barre regional VA urged its increased interest m who was the winner of ier 28 i made this declaration to counter dairy projects with Holsteins award for the vocational related her certain misleading and false 4-H Club members and vocational i culture student doing the best during her recent trip Cation which claimed that veterans j agriculture students project work with Holsteins to Europe as a first war would suffer reduction or of the wonderful sympathy of their compensation benefits understanding of her great loss they jobs and received the war weary It in Belgium where she Stress Junior Project Work 1946. Guests at the session included association is greatly interested in veteran's job earning will have Junior Project work with these two and is refunding 20 per Rider pointed out that the state j George R. if people who knew the strewn where inted to the great e by the American 9M-C VYU fc wini i i J I met his where are still lined with vehicles j of and where they had through the terrors of these winter There she met those who saw our boys as they dropped to safety or drove their war chines over their wounded She visited the graves of the local j monthly i awarded for manent Reap There se T the Germans 1SSU6 prominent Guernsey Vocational Agricultural of and Daniel cent of state membership dues to vocational agriculture County Holstein Clubs for use in their counties to further this the Wellsboro Schools members of his class to the COUNTY CC SOCIETY IN SESSION HERE Dr. Albert F. Hardt er at Friday Bell President Dr. Albert p. president of the Lycoming County Society for Crippled was guest er at the annual meeting of the Tioga County held at the Penn Wells last Friday There were about 45 present at this dinner meeting including directors from all sections of the In the absence of the Thomas Eell of the Rev. Dwight Loder of pre- Reports were made by the Seal Sale Phoebe of who proudly an- an increase in funds from the sales throughout the and the Mrs. H. G. Roy reported a substantial balance after several and special beds had been purchased Her report complemented that the State Nurse of Tioga Mrs. Sula who gave a detailed report of the visits of nurses made in homes and the Polio cases cared for as well as other orthopedic The need for funds for this great ork of rehabilitating young pled humans has multiplied by In Tioga county alone it would take three times the amount already so generously to care for all the cases needing treatment and George E. new executive director of the Pennsylvania Society for pled of made an earnest appeal for the tion in the promotion of the Society's Mrs. Kimble executive secretary of Tioga County gave a brief report of the of the past year and introduced speaker of the Dr. and the executive secretary of Lycoming County Mrs. H. P. whom Hardt gave much credit for the fine accomplishments in Lycoming Emphasizing his pleasure in iting his native Dr. Hardt re- called many boyhood friends and their pranks years as a group of The eminent eon of Williamsport Hospital ed the history of the Lycoming County Society for Crippled organized by the Rotary Club in the early 1900's and noted Undefeated Seeks Final Win At Lock Haven The field State Teachers College will be aiming to make nine straight when they close season against a powerful Lock Haven State Teachers College eleven Saturday at Lock j Already top dog in the mythical i championship race among the state's State Teacher Mansfield dumped a In- H diana STC club last Saturday Smythe 25-13 before The rugged under the ATTEND STATE GOP WOMEN'S CONVENTION Delegates From County Council at Final Session Luncheon Guests Some 25 delegates from the Tioga County Republican Women's cil are in Harrisburg today ing the final sessions of the annual convention of the of Women from the state's 67 ties attended tb over Wyoming i Dickinson Junior with a scoreless tie with STC to round out the 3-game The expect to be at full strength for Saturday's en- counter at Lock and it is j I expected that Mansfield fans will 1 charter a bus to travel to Lock Haven to lend vocal support in the club's final placed on the party by the Tioga county delegates yesterday of Mr. and Robertson C. Cameron at a BRADFORD OIL FIELD TO ANNIVERSARY 75th Anniversary of duction to Be Celebrated Next Week The 75th anniversary of tion Pennsylvania's oil field will be celebrates next and the three-day dia- jubilee will center in feature of the celebration will be the unveiling of a plaque two nyles from Bradford where in 1871 Job start Moses drilled 1100 feet to production from the j Camp Cameron Is Executive Secretary of the sylvania Public Utility At a panel discussion this after- presided over by S- M. R. Secretary of the ment of four speakers who have seen overseas the opportunities offered their generation bv the Miss Ann chairman of Junior Republican introduced Sarah Ann I Lancaster Mrs. Margaret Somerset Richard j Montgomery and Thomas of who discussed the opportunities for their High spot of the convention was the appearance of the candidates for whom more than 40.000 cil women waged a hard campaign up and down the State Edward Attorney General James H. Secretary of Internal William S. re-elected for a third and Brigadier General Daniel B. the prominent speakers who address the convention were Senator Raymond E. Ind- ford In the quality of its member of the Naval Affairs in its long life as a j Hon. E. productive the Bradford field j of New Jersey's is still the most remarkable source only woman judge Mrs. Meade D. of petroleum yet discovered in the president boys she knew and had j Tioga county dental graphs of them to bring to i Rosette A. Martin and Betty B. 1621 when Pilgrims came atives j today released a report of land to escape old j Her reception in every their work in county schools for i was one of warm vernor us and every courtesy was With the completion of dental ful for our heritage of by military as well as by the inspections in 11 schools in the ron by the pioneers who had gone area during the dental through the sacrifice of. through so much more than workers have examined 849 THREE HURTIN CRASH ON ROUTE 84 Corning Children Injured in Accident Monday Near Wellsboro v DELTA ALPHAS HEAR TALK ON TOUR OF WEST Mrs. Blanche Fuller De- and of soon demanded an expansion of and responsibility with other followed by a State The ments of the parent society for Crippled Children as told by the Route 6 Group To Meet Here Friday Noon of the State Mrs. Mary Rice Director of Women i and Hours and Department of Labor and Industry Mrs. j GOP I woman from Mrs. Edna R. vice-chairman of j the Republican State G. Mason Republican j tional and M. i Harvey chairman of the scribes Recent Trip to Mrs. Kimble executive and Mrs. Harold Three children were injured and The Delta Alpha Class of Coast at Meeting the lives in various and i could never be an isoM since the beginning of the approximately damage was Methodist Church in session at a aith that has she The report also revealed done in an auto Monday at the home of the le material advancement States of favor we were recently over aggressor visiting these where j 17 health talks have been given afternoon on Route 84. sis miles class Miss Esther those who have suffered and are j during the past north of heard an interesting talk by Mrs. still suffering so much are making i a brave effort toward ir country was victorious j tion without 's most terrible We that all the people of the 11 be drawn more closely ind shall live henceforth ATION OF WAY CODE Carrie S. 18 Kathryn New Morris 15 Mrs. Loretta C. the first Memorial Day service for j the boys who are buried in Breed. Morris twp. 22 Here's the October I The all passengers in a Blanche Fuller on her recent Liberty 11 car driven by their Mrs. to the Pacific trip The annual meeting of the speaker filled his listeners with in- S. 6 Roosevelt Highway Republican State Pennsylvania will be held Officers re-elected for the morrow noon at the Penn ing year Thomas Bell of Wells Luncheon will be Mrs. Phoebe first In announcing the Paul Robert second R. of tion is the annual meeting of for our A united front through representation from all ties is expected and indications are that we will have a and gathering from all along the your delegation and be Luncheon complimentary to all who make the Mrs. who made 'the j trip by plane with a friend from i who had also lost her son in arrived in time for To Air New Of Solemn High Mass This Sunday morning at 11 a. j ST. PETER'S TO SPONSOR CARD Pre-Thanksgiving tion Scheduled for Nov. i 20 at IOOF HaJl Mrs. Jeanette 52 Mrs Erie T. Man Crash ly Afternoon tary These impressive Eva Jane she would re- j Elk 7 Mrs. main a cherished memory I Minnie B. Among the guests who were present were Mrs. R. A. State Secretary of the Nevada Miss Prances Mrs. P. M. Mrs. of The next meeting which will 116 held in Mansfield on i j December 14, will feature a Col- with Chapter j Lawrence 28 i Gertrude of are Mrs. A. H. Campbell presided at Joan 10 Lewis 9 and 8 They the business session and OI tne treated for their injuries at Prayer was led by monthly broadcasts of the iMiss Lloyd The nominating committee pre- operator of an involved sented the following slate of faces charges of a motor code Mrs. A. H. elation as a result of the R. L. vice Cpl. O. J. Finster and Pvt. W. H. Mrs. T. M. Mrs. Maurer of Mansfield Margaret Morris twp 14 State Motor investigated the It was announced that the and reported the mishap mas class dinner will be held in the wnen Mrs. Bloise stopped church dinning room sometime in her car to allow some ducks to Mrs. Harry E. 62 R D. cross the highway and the gave a short talk on organizing the Clifford 97 M. E. ter traveling directly failed to bers taking part. 53, of State Police sted by State Police for of the motor code crash near iday which resulted in nage to the cars and in- three J. Finster and Pfc. of the Mansfield ate Motor who in- the said Doran car left off the ig the Cowanesque and driven by Donald C. i of R. D. I ITS were damaged to 1500 Doran and bruises and his cho was riding with him contusions of the lered face i Morris Man Injured In Monday Accident Arnold 21. of is in the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital with a. head tions of the nose and mouth and possible internal injuries suffered in an automobile accident Monday night on Route 6, near It is said that Briggs was riding on the hood of a car when it struck another parked causing his In- Elizabeth DISCUSSIONS WILL FEATURE PTA MEETING TeacHers to Learn What Is Expected of Both Girl Scout Field Advisor Here Today be- I Mrs. Puller gave a very vivid of her 38-day ing particularly of the North ta Bad the California Red Wood the Grand Canyon and Painted Desert She stopped overnight in Oregon where she was a guest at the hoine of Mrs. Z. H. Peter's ffk tU Leonard Stark and of have been sociation will hold its second Miss Elizabeth field I viser for Girl Scout Region I which includes I j Virginia and the of Columbia will visit Tioga j I ty today and will I with the council and special and committees to advise on i gram and council I Miss a former Girl Last Wednesday morning the I had four years of volunteer service i Wednesday Morning Musicales met with the organization before at the Green Free Library for a ing the national professional I lecture on gne Mr Mrs Gordori will meet next Ing at the home of on will on id Precious Miss part will be THIS WEEK il t Urged to Guard Social Security Card Carefully The of Serial warned that all kwp careful of their they key lo four and policy with eral If than report H the Social be iod i dish of ing of the school year this afternoon in the Grade School assembly Following the iness meeting a demonstration of classroom music in grades one and i six will be presented by June music At the close of this portion of. the members will adjourn j to the various class rooms where It is planned each child will have a parent or guardian to represent TT u him in the group meetings to tO conducted by the various If parents more than one j 1 child in the grade should be spent in each child's In these meetings an will first be given to become j acquainted with parents of the meeting children your child associates Then the teacher will lend a on what is expected of both i the teacher in the ter of education and as a charge of Mrs. Rosa who for that sang a group of songs by credits this experience and Miss Maryan Collins sang fun had a a group of accompanied by and en- her Mrs. Hilda Two fOr thc selections were played by Mrs. a standing i John a special The next meeting will be held on p November 20. with rehearsal at 9 silver and thc program at 10 a. m. Miss Dora Wilcox will be chairman of which include Holy a rendition of Gaul's Mrs. Dora Hoare will read a paper on Oratorio and solos be sung by Mrs. Harriett and Mrs. Helen Hamilton The Business and Professional j The Club Chorus will Women's Club will hold a r followed by a business rooms at 1 p. November 18. All members who have not brought their contribution toward i the Christ mas boxes to be sent Solemn High Mass will be heard from Saint Mary's Church of the Immaculate Wilkes Barre through the facilities of Barre The the Rev. will be Rev. John who will also preach the Plane Crash Victim A man identified by State Police j announces the following The Altar and Rosary Society of St. Peter's Church will hold a card party and social at the Odd Hall Tuesday Nov. 20. Mildred general as the Rev. Nicholas committees who will aid her in her of the Mass will be known as the Mrs. Sam in charge John W The ing who was scheduled of Anna J. mon on the Sken tta Sub of the and J to speak at Wellsboro Monday Mrs. Truman Mrs. was killed Monday morning Lucille Mrs. Sue Mrs. his single engine plane crashed Mrs. Mary a field west of N. T. and Anthony Police theorized that the door card had lost his way in the rain and Martha Mrs. Rev. Francis He was flying dual control basic i Stuart Mrs. C. S. A. Kane Assistant Superintendent Identity was made Mrs. Wilham of ough papers found in the Stephen Ethel i Mrs. Joseph Mrs. John Mrs. Raymond ri kitchen Pennsylvania Game Commission To Mark Half-Century The public is cordially invited to Leffler Reviews Accomplishments s party T o and a good time is assured to ali who This Sunday the Pennsylvania Game Commission will celebrate a half-century of progress in the interest of life and its food and to Ross L. Youth dent of the who said he hoped d to one from one and one from In- penalties collected to st interest in their and to help with the Commission in helping compensate them for the Established in 1895 j War On Protectors The Commission was The Game President said early 'n 1895 but the then j day game law violators were numbering six but now to Hardly aL not appointed until November 17.1 week passed without an ol 1896 were some upon a pame proper an altruism In 1906 fourteen were shot a- ana suffered a fractured left arm they I seven actually three of whom when she fell from a davenport in Robert 16. cf R. injured while shooting at a target when an old shotgun he was using imbedding piece of the piiri in his left Mary 3-year-old of Mrs. of o adding hkd to The cards were were killed and three ed against them in the beginning j bv politicians who thought a Commission would act as a in the field line block to their own ISO the politicians lost vision is headed by a Field the 10 squelch the f as seriously her home Robert 28, a Senior at To-day there are 7 Field Divisions Indiana State Teachers Sunday with a broken left suffered in the game between Indiana Saturday at Bailey Plays in Academy Orchestra Thomas Harry are asked to do M at j of Dr. and Mrs. T. R. of week-end with Mr. and the K. who The meeting fc tn charge of the to Bailey of is a member of of The accord inn to here br Henry 't did Each district wield influence j after by a to adequate funds with which to the first funds priate ir. amounted 5o only for the following two In ante was raised to 1903 it. jumped to Today the annual from the of hunting 11- other sources to more Only handful of were employed tn They tuM te carries on all phases of the Com- including law Fame land game predator game and public s. WEATHER The first refuge was on State Forest tn In 1930 the Commission own land purchase and I during the ed more UMH j it menu OK it 7 t 11 B 3B n
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