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Bradford Era Newspaper Archives Feb 7 1939, Page 5

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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Bradford, Pennsylvania The Era Bradford pa., tuesday february 7,1939. Page five. The report pointed out a balance i in the electric emergency sinking fund totalling $8,712.26. And a bal-1 Ance in the Street improvement Bond fund of $1,638.96. I principal items in the 1938 budget i i include receipts $15,000, Transfer i from electric fund $6,000, taxes j i balance miscellaneous sources ex-1 Pendi Tures $26,860, including $17,860, operation and maintenance. $9,000, i capital outlay comprising $6,000 for j new streets and $3,000 for new fire equipment. The budget also anticipates $44,-300 in electric fund receipts and i expenditures of $30,750 for opera i tion and maintenance and Transfer of $15,000 to the general fund. Scions to hire architect to plan improvements at Island Park auditors report select per Smethport. Feb. Special a and Cicely Duggan for amp a Quot a a. All state orchestra isl ��>r0vin no May Knees and effecting a one Quot reduction in the tax Levy Low plans for t it from 17 to 16 Mills. Festival to Spring styles in All their loveliness Johnstown to. Feb. 6 up a final the All state orchestra it 17 to ss1-3 j Imu Vai in be held in Johnstown be 1939 Levy represents 101 february 23. 24 and 25 were nearly us for the general fund a reduce j Complete today with the selection a 0f 0ne Mhz and six Mills for 0f 147 outstanding High school Mu-5? Bond fund. Unchanged. Simians. The solons also approved a Reso a committee made the selection a Ion providing for employment of j after All Day Competition on Satur a architect to draw up plans and j Day and sunday. Meniates for preliminary grading the committee of four listened to Island Park. Proposed site of a 555 applicants who represented the Pool Tennis courts and pm 0f thousands of High school i students in the eight Pennsylvania 1 school music association sponsor which 0f the event. Selections included second Vio j Lins Peggy Torgler Bradford j amp rce 01 cellos. Cicely Duggan Bradford jus. Other auditors Are mrs. Laura j Arthur Johnson. Kane and James h Van Dusen and mrs. Minnie a. Akeley Coudersport. I Strong. Stub a Lub Quality Tennis courts and no aground. Huber l Morris presented auditors report for 1938, w showed a general fund balance of si614oi and an electric fund a j Anc. Of $7,239.26 As of january i j the report disclosed resources toting $2970.68 and a major indebtedness of $29,000 in the Street improvement Bond fund the last Bond of which matures in october m j 1 a Hie auditors report disclosed re-1 seipts in the general fund for 1938 totalling $25,000, composed of the j items. $15,700. Transferred from the electric fund. $4,700. Taxes and the balance from miscellaneous sources. General fund expenditures totalled $26,150.10 for operation and main j tenancy the report showed an j outlay of $9,200 during the year for j construction and rebuilding 0 f the general fund As $44,000. The fund showed a balance of $7,239.26. Second free methodist pastor announces open House at new parsonage the Rev. Mrs. Jennie sell pastor of the second free methodist Church in East Bradford has invited members and friends of the congregation to attend an open House Observance at the new parsonage of the Church tomorrow. The House will be open for inspection from i to 3 p. In. And from 7 to 9 p. In. The parsonage has just been com streets. A plated. Six carpenters four masons total receipts of the electric fund an electrician a Painter and about Mere reported As $46,000 and expend j 50 labourers donated their services Dit res. Including the Transfer to j for construction of the dwelling mrs. Sell said. Last evening she expressed her gratitude to All who contributed in any Way toward the construction of the parsonage. 1 still coughing even if other Medicine has failed. J Odd Fellows to have done to be discouraged try Creo mul or Rytti bit is l5l3ev25,?�2 social Here tonight refund your Money if you Are non thoroughly 1 satisfied with the benefits obtained from either trial or Large size. Or emulsion is one word ask for it plainly see that the name on the bottle is or emulsion and Youh get the genuine product and the Relief you want. Adv Crew Muir Ion for Courser Chest colds local lyrics copyrighted . Odd Fellows in Bradford and Vicinity have been invited to attend a social program tonight at 8 of clock in the Odd Fellows Temple Here according to announcement last night. Plans for the affair were an i bounced at the annual banquet of j the Lodge last week. There will be i special entertainment on the pro Gram it was said. A Large attend i Ance was urged. Of social interest in we bad another car. A amp d mrs. B one Day. Something the kids and i could wive a coach or a Coupe. Akes our car t0 work Ash s t.11 while he s Bush re Jalero in kit to sit or walk i done both a til to dizzy. J dorolmo8 b ec0nd a or need not we s in a Money. ,rdedc8rs0f0u&Quot Asti i adroit. A a a a a rect re mechanical pm cts a much used. To see a inv the models 0 have two a 11 takes 50 a a it a family Here . Tomorrow Vuu do a a to the f. I whore Man Jeffery King wedding takes place Here the marriage of miss Mina King daughter of or. And mrs. Louis King and Richard Jeffery son of Joseph Jeffery both of Olean took place sunday afternoon at 3 o clock at the Bradford first Baptist Church parsonage. Or. H. R. Macmillan pastor officiated. Miss Ida Roberts was bridesmaid and Hanford King a brother of the Bride was Best Man. A reception was held afterwards at the Home of the Bride s parents in West River Road. Mrs. Hazel Fox will be hostess to club at Home mrs. Hazel Fox will be hostess to members of the choral department of the current events club at her Home in Euclid Avenue at a i of clock dessert luncheon this afternoon. The meeting was announced orig j finally As being held at the current i events club House. Police chief addresses students at senior High your a other right Street a 1s 164 East main 43 a b. See. I u Amole eos main com ,4< motors Pony Moi Quot Strait police chief Edward Edmonds addressed students in problems of democracy classes at the senior High school yesterday. He outlined work of the department and answered numerous questions. Chief Edmonds will make two j More addresses at the school to 1 other students in the same course of which there is a total of la sections. Students in the course will visit the police department to study fingerprinting and photography de apartments later this week. Boy scout news springtime the weekly meeting of the cuckoo patrol was held in the scout room of the k. Of c. Last night. It was opened by Tom Rizzuti and closed by Anthony Fisher. Games were played and tests were passed. A Louis Verelli scribe. Save dog from River Olean feb. 6�?a Black Bird dog which fell into Olean Creek a Short distance from the Olean Hinsdale Road is Safe at the kennels of the Cattaraugus society for the pre j mention of cruelty to animals because a passerby noted its plight. Floyd r. Brown of Olean telephoned the kennels when he saw the animal swim to an Island of ice in the River where it Lay exhausted. The dog ambulance arrived and an attendant rescued the animal. The most delightful prints you be Ever seen in Poppins Broadcloth ospreys and 80-Square Percale. Racks and Racks of becoming styles to choose from. And remember they re All fast color 14-52. Smarter styles better fabrics bigger values than Ever before frocks that Are so beautifully made and so smartly trimmed that you a expect them to Cost much More guaranteed fast color you get another if yours fades there Are styles and sizes for All so choose yours today and save ladies full fashioned have you seen the Lovely new Spring shades to match new costumes a better selection than Ever. Always fresh and new. Chiffon or service size 8y2 io1 2 full fashioned of sheer est Chiffon. Rich practical service weights. All Are wingless. First Quality. Genuine crepe chiffons longer wearing service weights. Wingless taffeta slips a Fine buy of first Quality taffeta. Tailored 32-44 inc. Cynthia sups an extra value slip. Tailored or lace. Well fitting. Save now. 32 52 utterly Lovely new Spring clothes efik key s Townsend pushes plan in capital Spring styles in All their loveliness styled to Welcome Spring new Ier 1-14 yrs. Dresses 98 new prints and colors that you simply can to resist in the Cleverest styles you be Ever seen for girls sizes 1-3, 3-6, 7-16. Re a a. U. S. Pat. Off. Girls Cotton dresses she needs so Many Here a your Chance to Lcuy her several at once. Or. Francis e. Townsend rep. Joseph Hendricks or. Francis e. Townsend author of the old age pension plan which bears his name is seen left with representative Joseph Hendricks of Florida who recently introduced a Townsend pension plan Bill. Or. Townsend came to Washington to answer questions of the House ways and Means committee concerning the Bill. Central press Penney s daily developments primitive methods need not be followed in advertising v be Modem advertise Here Opportunity knocks the Francis Sherman auxiliary will meet tonight at 8 a clock in the v. F. W. Club rooms. The condition of John Hammel 77, who received a left thigh fracture when he fell on the ice while walking along High Street at 6 p. In. Sunday was regarded As satisfactory at Bradford Hospital last night. Or. Hammel resides with his daughter mrs. C. E. Patchen of 162 High Street. Read the ads a read the eras classified ads James Piscitelli is honoured at dinner James Piseitelli of Lewis run was j the Honor guest at a dinner Given i by a number of friends last night at the Dudley hotel in Salamanca the occasion being his birthday anniversary. Twelve guests attended the affair. I Hospital notes Bradford Hospital admitted Roy Simon 335 East main Street. Ann Rich 235 West Washington Street. George Merritt High Street Extension. I mrs. Thomas Grill Lewis run. Mrs. Orlando Milhollen 89 Mechanic Street. Discharged George gathers 69 Clarion s get. Leo Markley 37 East main s get. Extra Quality Brand new styles exceptional variety Brentwood spun Rayon Street dresses .98 enchanting prints and becoming styles to please everyone they re beautifully made and trimmed. Come in today to see them Sites 14-52 a exclusive with Penney. 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