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Blizzard (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Oil City, Pennsylvania Ash Zard june v sweeper parts and service give your my Wax on lift. It it do work it we intended to do. We can renew it at a Nom Inal Cost. Call us first we pick up and deliver. Hafer electric it e. First St. Pm. 6-0201 try a classified and for results. Five employees cited for Servile five employees of Pennsylvania electric company in Oil City Are cited for their length of service in the current Issue of pen elec s employee publication. Heading the list with 35 years is Clifton a. Howard recently appointed Northern division operating superintendent with Headquarters Here. George d. Salsgiver of 317 West sixth Street residential and farm sales has completed 20 years with the Utility and Patrick j. Eagan of 36 Pearl ave nue District storekeeper has 15 years of service. Two men who have ten years with pen elec Are Paul r. Dodds of 63 Wabash Avenue intermediate senior clerk and Max j. Staron of 10 Spruce Street apprentice line Man. 1924 1955 serving Venango county for 31 years to better serve Industry the basis of any. Good manufactured product made of steel or Iron is the material and workmanship that go into it. To this end we have strive through the years to. Give Industry in this area Only the Best. Gently our expansion program made it. Pos sible id us. To special ize and increase our production to better serve our customers. Our thanks to you we owe our Success to the Good industries cities and boroughs of Venango county and Western Penna and take this Means on the Celebration o f this ,150th birthday of Venango county to extend our sincere we shall As in the past to strive for bet Ter ways to serve these industries and. Others of this District which Are such a vital Factor in the growth and Progress this area. Pubs closes at Good Hope a children s Day program Cli maxing the daily vacation Bible school was held sunday moaning at the Good Hope lutheran Church. Perfect attendance certificates and Bible Story awards were presented. Winners of the Bible Story Competition were Jim Wygant by in Hewitt Sallie Bankson Mellis Mohr Frank Squire Blaine up linger Mary Lou Stubbs and David Palmer. The Complete program offered sunday was As follows preludes by the orchestra processional invocation by or. Edward Kuhlmann scripture read ing by Joanne Bischoff the Lordis prayer congregation song his Rainbow of by the Junior choir Cradle Roll Call by mrs. Helen say beginners department recitation by Vicky Smith. Bible verses Carol Flinchbaugh Philip Palmer Gloria Alaman Dennis Cochran Miriam Barber Mark Hale Peggy Kirchner David Candace Kaster Harry Yoder Lindy Maurer and Tommy literati. Songs by the entire class. Primary department Mission Story by flannel graph Reader was Judy Veres with Don Snyder Ricky Martin Melissa Mohr Larry Vogan Jimmy Moore and George Somers. Bible verses Clint Flinchbaugh Marcia Roesch David Vogan Nedra Sheatz Sally Day Jane Fox Cheryl Henninger David Palmer Jonathan Fischer. Carol Delong Karen Chandler litter Ati. Song by the class. Junior department Bible verses Dale grinder Tom Fox Randy Marczinke Carol Hon Kirchner Glen Schmidt George Biltz Barbara Fischer Blaine Uplinger Paul Palmer Vincent Schneider Eloise Forshee Suzanne Grandelis Charles Lauf Fer and James Gilhousen. Excursion Steamer grounded the excursion Steamer Pilgrim Belle background her lower and second decks awash at Stern after she was purposely grounded on spectacle Island near Boston. The vessel struck an unidentified object in a heavy fog. Ship s Captain James Goodwin lower right Quincy mass., instructs tug to proceed toward his vessel. The re Moval of 272 passengers was accomplished in 25 minutes. The ten commandments by the entire class. Song by the class. Senior department Bible verses Connie Burton Joyce Dunmire Barbara Schneider Joanne Bischoff Jerry Mcelhatten Charmaine Forshee Linda Rea Edith Kraft Richard Palmer. Bill Delong and Gaylord Griffiths. Play let Daniel and his by the class with Vincent Schneider Tom Fox and Blaine Uplinger. Song by Junior department of the sunday school. Kuhlmann offertory in a Rose by Mutual foundry 1 company a. Gray Iron castings brotherhood of locomotive engineers division 173 one of the oldest and finest labor organizations in this area this division was granted its charter nov. "28th, 1873 by the grand chief Engineer or. P. M. Arthur to j. A. Stoudt w. T. Conners and p. Geary. Officers of division 173 Charles. M. Nelson chief Engineer Anton. Ulrich Arthur Hilton 2nd Engineer Ellis Baker 3rd-Engineer Albert Koch guide chaplain Ruben Schultz Harry Trotter local chairman the orchestra remarks by or Daum Benediction or. Kuhlmann and postlude by the orchestra. The staff of the summer Bibl school at the Good Hope Luther Church according to departments included the following beginners mrs. Helen Kaster mrs. Wade Barber mrs. Eugen Zimmerman miss Diane Pinne mrs Albert Grandelis mrs. Havvard Maurer mrs. William roes and mrs. Edward Henninger. Primary mrs. George Moh mrs. Blaine Uplinger and miss Judy Veres. Junior mrs. Fred Fox mrs. Walter grinder and miss Shirley Fischer. Senior mrs., Oscar Bankson mrs. Tom Rea and miss Georgiana Marchinke. Special teachers in music were Loyd Bromley Garcia Masterson and Barry Bischoff. Director was mrs. Garcia master son orchestra director Howard Maurer Junior sunday school music director mrs. Philip Blum and Junior accompanist miss mar Jorie Mcdowell. Russell Daum is the sunday school superintendent and or. Edward Kuhlmann pastor of the Church. Reception fanned for Lew pastor a reception to Welcome Rev. And irs. Arthur m. Crawford and fam y to Grace methodist Church will e held by members of the Congre action at 8 p. in As Ury Hall. The Oil City ministerial Assoc a Ion will participate in the program Ith remarks by Rev. William Etc Jenger president of the asocial Ion. The invocation will be by or. Wailace c. Calvert r.d., pastor of j Trinity methodist Church. Rev. James Mclntosh indent of the Brookville District of i he Erie conference of the meth a Odist Church and Rev. Ivan c. Koonce pastor of the Bethel meth Odist Church also will be on the program. Music will be by the men s quartet of the Church whose members i Are Edward Rodgers jr., Sutler Earl Weaver and Allan Stormer. The program will be Fol owed by a social hour in Grace Hall. This part of the event will be in charge of the women s society for Church service of the Church. Rev. Crawford comes to Oil City from the first methodist Church of Dunkirk new York where he was pastor for eight years. Or. Craw Ford his wife and three daughters Are now residing at the Church parsonage 607 West second Street. Charles Summers Sec. Treas Russell Haslett alternate Sec. Treas audit committee a. Schultz a. V. Gidders special tribute is paid at this time Albert c. Koch who will have 52 years of continuous membership May 3, 1955 minister complains Over Low Cut gowns Burley England Rev. Leslie Aitken complained today 1 that he sees far too much of some of the girls who get married in his Church. The trouble the 37-year-old anglican pastor explained in a let Ter to his parishioners is the Low Cut of Many bridal gowns. Many of them Are backless and some Are practically front less too. Must look As thou get some have nothing on above the Waist during the ceremony the girls stand two Steps below me it s All terribly theological Seminary has building program Pittsburgh Western theological Seminary of the presbyterian Church is planning a Campus building pro Gram. The Seminary said yesterday the Clergyman wrote work will Start next Spring on con it s a Miracle How they stay up. Striction of a new Chapel and an to the congregation behind it i addition to an existing building. Notice shop in june pay in August All purchases charged june 17, 28, 29, and 30th will not appear on your Bill until August. Lolli Crl dial 6-1227 ice inc. Oil City a. Tusks found do you remember this one Palisades Idaho Tel a jaw Bone and a pair of giant tusks were uncovered yesterday at the Palisades dam project site. William Donaldson a worker at the dam found them. He said the tusks were four indies in diameter at the Small end and went up to 12 inches in diameter at a distance three feet from the Point. He said he would seek help from Idaho state College in Ridenti 1955 or wolfs head finest of the Fine since 1879 even greater future wolfs head has refined top Quality products from Pennsylvania Grade crude since 75 years of refining experience. In addition to Good raw materials it also requires both he desire and the ability to produce top Quality products. As one of the oldest Petroleum refiners in the world today wolfs head can proudly look Back Over an enviable record of refining and marketing the finest x of the Fine Petroleum products. When you Stop at a wolfs head dealer for gasoline Oil or lubes you May rest assured that you Are receiving top Quality products along with courteous efficient sen ice. Wolf s head Oil refining co Oil City a. This 2-Cylinder Maxwell was quite the rage when we began serving the Public on the Model pictured was a 650 Pound horseless Carriage Selling for a Model similar to this will be seen in the big sesquicentennial parades. For Over 40 years we have served the automotive wholesale Trade As distributors of Auto and truck parts and service tools and equipment. We have seen the amazing growth and almost unbelievable Progress from the Days of the sputter Box to the giants that Roar safely Over our modern highways. The work of the wholesale distributor is multiplying constantly. We Are growing with the Industry and Are better Able to serve you with each passing Day. We recommend the following nationally known brands Timken roller bearings Thompson products sealed Power Piston rings Fafnir Bali bearings Borg Beck clutches Mccord gaskets u. S. Axles Willard batteries m. R. C. Bearings Federal Mogul motor bearings Niehoff ignition Hermoid Brake lining fan belts Etc. Eis Hydraulic Brake parts Champion spark plugs Maremont mufflers Bendix Westinghouse air brakes and truck winches Chelsea Power take offs universe joints for All replacements for All dump trucks. In 1930 we the need for truck bodies today Goldberg truck bodies designed and fabricated in Oil City and telescopic hoists Are increasing pay loads and profits Goldberg Auto parts co. 382 Seneca St. Since 1915 automobile and truck parti and shop equipment dial 6-1277 Chi City a

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