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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - July 2, 1955, Bradford, Pennsylvania The Era Bradford pa., saturday july 2, 1955. Page five area property value rises Board states the Market value of Mckean county a taxable real property increased $208,800 from 1953 to 1954, the state tax equalization Board reported thursday but assessed valuation showed a drop of $540,755 during the same period. In Bradford Market values drop a it. T / i i Ped $35,300 during the one Vear la Fly Why vill la Tell period and assessed valuation drop a j Ped $14,910, the report shows. 11441111 a Multi 19.>3 f Guies for the county s of nil la Uil % 111111 it i 22 school districts showed an As r messed valuation of $40,825,149 and ii enic for july to f0�a, Valu of in u j 19.->4, the same figures for 21 districts were $40,284,394 and $144,268,500. Ridgway special Hie an the City figures for 1953 were $42,-Nual Grace Church Parish picnic 960.200 for Market value and $8.-will be held at 2 . Wednesday 059,492 for assessed valuation. In july 13, at the rough and ready 1954. The Board reported Market Park with swimming games dinner value of $42,924,900 and assessed and dancing on the program. Mrs. Valuation of $8,044,582. School tradition broken Robert Miller and mrs Barton Smith Are chairmen of the affair. A Tureen dinner will be serv percentage Wise. Assessed valuation compared to Market valuation in the county decreased .2 percent de to the children of the Parish at from 1953 to 1954. From 28.1 to 27.9. 5 of clock and the adults at six. In the City there was a drop of .1 dancing will be from 8 toll . With de Tram ack chairman assisted by mrs. Tramack and or mrs. James Barker. Percent from 18.8 to 187. The 1954 Market values of the and county s 21 districts showed aniline township. $77,600 Brad Ben Goodrich is chairman of the Ford Quot City. $42,924,900 Bradford program and sports will be aided township. $18,286,100 Ceres town by mrs. Goodrich. Or. And mrs. Ship $897,000 Corydon township. John Saalfield miss Helen Bur $667,300 Eldred Borough. $1,830.-1 Harts and Lyle Hall or. The pub 600 Eldred township $1,749,700 licit will be handled by mrs. T. G. Poster township $21,111,500 Ham Schieler mrs. James Daugherty and Ikon township $1,158,800 Hamlin mrs. Helen Quiggle. J. H cart-1 township. $2,487,400 Kane. $10.-Wright and Dale Anderson Are h9.500 Keating township. $7,744, j chairmen of the finance committee. 900 Lafayette township. $5,481.-food committee members include 200 Lewis run. $935,000 i. Jew mrs. Miller. Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Paul Ett. $1,845,200 Norwich township. Myers mrs. Harold Galloway. Or. Is .120.100 Otto township $11,039,-and mrs. Ray Sykes mrs. William 300 port Allegany Union. .6,797,-Mccloskev. Miss Suan Ham and 300 sergeant township. $1,266,700 or. And mrs. Farrar Young Smethport. $3,615,300. And wet More township $2,413,100. Worthless assessed valuation for each of Martin Carlson former resident of Kane. Is dead Kane it special a Martin j Carlson. 64. Of Stroud. Okla. Former local resident and brother of mrs. Carl Hammer and Frank Carlson of this Borough died thursday Kane units win award playground supervisors in firemen s Parade get Day off monday Kane special a the Kane i Kadets drum and Bugle corps won i first prize and second prize in Drin i and Bugle corps Competition thursday night at the Knox firemen a Parade. The Kane firemen a marching unit also won first prize in their i division. The corps and marching unit appeared in the Penn York firemen s none of the City a playgrounds will be supervised on monday it was announced last night. Persons using the e. Main St Park facilities that Day Are reminded that it will be supervised Between i and 5 . And 6 to 8 pm. Studley 4 w. Wash. Phone 3096 evening according to word received Here. The son of the late or. And mrs William Carlson of Highland Road. Martin was bom Here on feb. 14. 1891. He attended the Wetmore township schools. In 1912 he was married to miss Clara Alden of Kane. She died in 1933. During his residence Here. Or. Carlson was employed by the Thatcher mfg. Co. He moved to Oklahoma in 1918 Kani special where he became employed in the Ink committee of lie Kane Aiea Oil Fields. During the past 15 years Johnl scowl a a Ard a author he had been engaged in the in led thur slav evening to propose Suranee business retiring last fall a Price of $22,500 on the South Vor because of failing health. Park tentative school site on which survivors include his wife mrs Borough Council has asked $37,000. Parade in Shinglehouse last night. On monday they will participate in the july 4 Gigantic Parade to to held in Warren. Kane Board offer Prier on tentative school site the build Twenty five year Oli Dorothy Semenow la breaking a California Institute of technology tradition that is As old As the school itself she is the first woman Ever to receive a degree from the famed scientific school. She is a chemistry expert and was admitted As a graduate student under a new ruling that permits admittance of a women of exceptional ability who give Promise of great scientific or. Semenow comes from Pittsburgh. Pa., and is a graduate of aft. Holyoke College. It a wire photo St. Marys Hospital Kane couple red workers named in James City Hulda Carlson two children Laverne Carlson of Caracas. Venezuela and mrs. Virginia Postie waited of Stroud three grandchildren. Three other Sisters mrs Burna Anderson Sapulpa okla. Mrs Hulda Nystrom. And mrs. Jennie Peterson of Erie. Int. Man reflected Kane a special i Samuel Castano was reelected president of the St. Ca ills bus choir at the annual dinner and election of officers meeting held thursday night Katherine Battista was chosen a three year director. Bernard Lauinger conducted the meeting it will be presented at a meeting of Council next tuesday evening. The $22,500 Figur is also subject to approval by tile full membership of the joint Bourd. Reach for Stroehmann s Sunbeam bread its impassible to find time for anything if you want time you must make it. To you Don a need a lot of ready Cash to get that car. An economical loan from Reserve will put you in the Driver s seat right away. Stop and ask about our Friendly loan service. You will like to do business Here. Reserve loan . Loans $20 to $600 94 main St. Phone 7178 St. Marys inquisitive people gather a lot of the districts during the same period Pital auxiliary information that is not backed up with facts. A special a hos Kane a special a miss Joyce workers for the l. Dodge daughter of mrs. Edna week of july 4th include the baby Dodge. Re i. And the late Wilson alumni of which miss Esther wer Dodge was married to Henry Arner is chairman for tuesday and Thor Stewart son of the late or Friday. Mrs. E j. Hammer. Mrs. And mrs. Charles Stewart. Re 2. Doug Andrews chairman of the 1 thursday in the James City As gift cart volunteers announces her Sembly of god Church. The Rev. Eldred township $577,306 Foster workers As mrs. Robert Lang for Thomas Hamilton performed the township $7,693,911 h i 11 o n tuesday and mrs. William to double rink ceremony. Township $331,710 Hamlin town pm on and mrs. Roy Feiser for mrs Walter Walstrom was Rtia ship $828,155 Kane $2,207,338 thursday. I Iron of Honor with or. receptionists under chairman i acting As Best Man. The Bride wore were Annin township. $205,136 Bradford City. $8 044,582 Bradford township. $6,160,943 Ceres township. $218,330 Corydon township. $169,198 Eldred Borough. $334,780 the heats on. O course it is but do you get freshened filtered air of even warmth. Circulated gently constantly if not. Get Lennox warm air conditioning. Its tops More families buy Lennox than and other make. Cleveland s Metal works 21 East Corydon Bradford phone 5650 Keating township. $2,856,223 Lafayette township $2,267,554 Lewis run. $177,098 of. Jewett $364,299 Norwich township. $263.-010 Otto township. $4,124,376 port Allegany Union $1,653,713 sergeant township $442,084 Smethport $879,939, and Wetmore township. $684,709. Ship of mrs. Diaries Miller Are mrs. Erie Shobert and miss Mary Dixon for monday mrs. M. Whitman and mrs. Norbert Schaberl for tuesday mrs. George Arnold and miss Alice Ryan for wednesday mrs. Agnes Gies and mrs. J. A. A Navy Blue dress with w Hite accessories and a Corsage of carnations. The Bride attended Kane schools and has been employed at the Stackpole Carbon . Plant. Or. Stewart also attended local schools Kane resident has scholarship be Wood . They will live on the Jojo re Kuntz for thursday mrs. Charles j and is employed by the Nick novo Ross and mrs. Sam Lepovetsky for Friday mrs. G. Hathorn and mrs. H. J. Brock for saturday mrs. H. Dewald and mrs. Robert Morgan for sunday. For George e. Breese to Aiken Ali Fanf a Gas heat Kane special a miss Delores braver service today j. Homan daughter of or. And mrs. Stanley Homan. 400 Maple St., Kane has been awarded a four year scholarship to Waynesburg College this scholarship is for $800 divided equally Over a four year per Ludlow Sackett residents wed Kane special a miss Beverly Carli daughter of or. And mrs. Harry Carli of Ludlow was United in marriage to George Frederick Rea son of or. And or Virgil proudly sold and installed it Gustavson or Anderson 15 Davis St. Pm 3835 i the Rev. Keith Perry pastor of the Lewis run evangelical United Brethren Church will officiate at a prayer service at 3 today Iod. Miss Holman was Active in All or George e. Breese. 8i, who died 0f Gackett saturday june 25, phases of school life while attend thursday night at his Home. Bur j to Church of god. Butler. The ins Kane High school. I Ial will be in the Mckean Mem double ring ceremony was perform she was a member of the National orial Park a by the Rev. A j. Powell Honor society and editor of the inadvertently omitted from the mesh Mary Lou Mattison of of Hurrl Kane a school yearbook. She list of survivors was the name of Wanja was maid of Honor and Lyle was valedictorian of her class a member of the senior six and ranked fifth in a class of 126 members. We repair television and radio sets also All electrical appliances Herm s radio or to associated with Hull elec. App. Inc. Phone 6110 22836 102 main Street Dikeman Breese. St. Marys attorney named to committee or. Breese widow mrs. Alice spa Sancett acted As Best Man for his brother. The couple will reside in Ludlow upon their return from a trip to Wheeling. W. Va., and Burleson Texas. The Bride was graduated from Kane High school 1953, and is employed by the Stackpole Carbon . Or Rea attended Kane High school and served three years with the u. S. Army. He is presently employed by the Stackpole Carbon Kinz iia resident Given . At u. Of Pitt St marys a a special a As Kane a a special a or. And members of the Pennsylvania bar mrs. William Hook of Kuihua have association brought their 60th an returned from Pittsburgh where Nual convention to a close thurs they visited at the Home of their Day at Bedford pa., Thomas o. Son George of Dormont w to re Gregory St. Marys attorney was gently received his pm. D. Doctorate named to the Board of directors of . Here of philosophy degree from the uni zone la Edward t. Kelley of varsity of Pittsburgh. I Clearfield was named chairman or. Hook who has been a mein of this zone. William w Lipke of Ujj Slater 73, die sport shirts from $1.95 summer Slacks from $6.95 Sene Omta inc Okwuwa rep 79 main by. Phone 3511 Ber of the put school of phar Macy faculty for the past five years was one of the first in this country to receive this degree in the Field of pharmacy administration. He has been Active a a advisor to the student Branch of the american pharmaceutical association and the pharmacy inter fraternity Bellefonte will be one of or. Gregory a colleagues retired school teacher us Chih makes plans marys a special h is tails q a apr 73 brother of p h for county Ide picnic Slater Bucktail Trail St. Marys. A died at his Home in Altoona thurs Kane special a plans for a county wide picnic at twin lakes Council. He a member of rho july 7. Were diseased at a meet or National pharmacy honorary and Sigma i National science honorary fraternities. Ing of the i Happy 4-h club recently. Registration Blanks were Day. Or. Slater was a retired school teacher who taught for a number of years at Portage. Carrolltown and Cresson. He is survived by his brother in St. Marys his wife one distributed to girls who expect to daughter mrs. Peck of Altoona i Wilcox worker Hurt on Job at Tannery attend the Camp at Duhring from july 18 to july 22 the net meeting of Hie club will be held at the Elk county shrine club near Deyoung at i 30 pm. Tuesday. Magic chef Gas ranges authorized sales a service Emery hardware . 6136 a phones a 6137 Axel Nelson rite Kane it special a Michael Schultz 51, of Wilcox an employee of the Wilcox Tannery suffered a laceration of the left wrist while working yesterday morning he was conducted yesterday treated by a physician in the Dis penalty of the Kane Community Hospital and discharged according to report or Schultz was reaching for a tool on a shelf when a knife Slid off the ledge and struck his wrist. And five son. John and Joseph. Baltimore Edward Washington d c., William and James of Altoona. Funeral Rue were held from St. Johns Church in Altoona Ahu super toe truck service Northeast motors South Avenue extrusion Telephone 7176 service St. Mary i him seat officers at meeting St. Marys a special a officers of the women of the Moose were installed Here recently As follows Caroline Eck Junior graduate Regent Mary Baumgratz senior Regent Rase Herzug Junior Regent Naomi Wendel chaplain Irene Hoffman treasurer Mary Largey recorder Mary Beimel Sentinel Johanna urbane Argus the next meeting is tuesday july 5. Kane special a fugal rite for mrs Axel l. Nelson 81, of Ludlow. Who died tuesday were held at 2 30 . Yesterday in the Moriah lutheran Church with the Rev. Ham Pearson officiating. Burial w As in the Ludlow cemetery. Pallbearer were Enoch Nelson Adolph Johnson Leland Mengirt an Velgot . Herman Hanson and August Olson. It Isnit such a bad world after ally think of All that could happen and never Doe. For qualify furniture at Thrifty Price shop. Singer z phone 5 6161 furniture store e or 33-39 w. Washington 6152 july 4th Outing at the v f Vav farm grounds Limestone run state Park Road open to the Public tables available for Basket lunches refreshment and mum to . Til ? under auspice of . Drum or a and Navy it tub americans happiest birthday this july fourth. America celebrate its 179th birthday. Independence Day we Call it because on this Day in 1776, the thirteen colonies declared themselves a free nation of free men. But should americans single out any on particular Day As Independence Day in this great land of Liberty in t every Day Independence Day livery Day we Are free to speak our mind. Every Day we Are free to Reed what we want to read. Every Day we Are free to worship a we want to worship. Every Day we live in a land of peace and Good will a a land that respects the god Given dignity of each human being. For All our freedoms for All our blessings we believe that americans should be devoutly grateful a not Only on americans birthday but 365 Days a year. Bradford savings and loan Assn. I main Street Mckean county Federal savings and loan Assn. I 5 main Street tuna Valley savings and loan Assn. 51 main Street Sumter m the avid in my l a an Finui Lauon i Napon of the in in. It. A port and the i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i j

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