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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Bradford, Pennsylvania Socially with Gertrude Lee Thorne Gladys j. Coaids weds Quot a j. Mcfadden Here Jhk Ura a Kafori. Pa., saturday july 28, 193& i Quot for. Barbour in Smith to it of club monday Lynn Smith of Jim Entrot a an urn i monday eve Titino Traad party at the be soil her Howe Juroff Mccann of mid Cill be honoured m by vis hastens at a Fany state Park a held m Honor of Iada ded min it a a a r did. M 5s Gorman. Miss Wane Howe. Mjos a a announce betrothal of Geraldine Austin and Harry Kraft and or. Earl Austin of get Egton Street have announced the encasement of their daughter Geraldine to Harry Kraft of this City son of or. And mrs. Henry t. Kraft of Buffalo. Miss Austin attended Bradford senior High school. Or. Kraft a graduate of South Tark High school Buffalo is Leader of the orchestra at the Lafayette club near Lewis run. The couple a Many friends in this City. The wedding will take place at an Early Date. j. Gould daughter and mrs. C. Gould of the. K strict exten5ion� became the Bride of Wilber j. Mcfadden this City formerly of Franklin Quot to ceremony last night at k a it Ock in the parsonage of the Hill memona1 United Brethren Church. The Rev. C. M. Mcintyre pastor j read the marriage service. The. Couple was attended by or. And j mrs. Harry Reese of this City. I they will reside at 310 East a 1 Street. In nearly Den la Stella auxiliary expects 60 at picnic in Celoron tomorrow tier John Vii am Hermi Hermes. In Hamilton to is feted v01 Hammon of ult act was the Hon Given Vest e re to the Home of m is Jackson ave no played jul miss is a of gifts. -js2 alluded the misses a ii a a to Keri a Schul i pintos. Edna. Eva Hamilton mrs. Grace a id mrs. Susie Wright. Ii Anu to be Clit hostess Imbi of Jackson ave the fester to members of of dab at a i o clock i Aidy afternoon in the a la Stella auxiliary will sponsor i a Basket picnic tomorrow at Celoron. N. Y. Approximately 60 Mem. Ber and friends Are expected to attend. Guests will assemble at the bus terminal at 9 a. In. For transportation. The committee on arrangements consists of miss Elizabeth Viola and miss Clara Gentile. Fete Jane Robertson Bride elect at Shower the misses Lilian and Evelyn Ferko entertained thursday night at a miscellaneous Shower at the former s Home in Storey place in Honor of miss Jane Robertson a Bride elect. Bridge was played and prizes were awarded to muss Lucile towers and miss Robertson other guests were mrs. Margaret Adams the misses Mary Mcguire. Luella Plattenburg and Marion Hosack. Lunch was served. The Honor guest received a number of gifts. County rotary clubs to picnic August 3 All rotary clubs of Mckean county will join in a picnic wednesday August 3. At 3 p. In. In the port Allegany Community Park. According to announcement yesterday. Laster Edwards of this City will be general chairman of the affair. Plan Emanuel lutheran Outing in Park sunday the sunday school of the Emanuel lutheran Church we ill hold an Outing at red House Lake in Allegany state Park tomorrow. Buses will leave the Church at to of clock sunday morning. Barbara Randall entertains c Lub miss Barbara Crandall of Corn in Street was hostess to members of the Hope Chest club at he i grounds Home last night. Games were j citizens played. Refreshments were served. Local violinist to play in recital at Warren Floyd Summers of this City will appear in a guest artist recital by violin pupils of Philip Santoro in the Warren conservatory of music on wednesday evening. July 27, at s 4.y o clock. The local artist will play concerto in e m inor. Second movement by Mendelssohn. 24 attend la no Heon of Friday club Twenty four members of Friday club were guests of mrs. John e. Ellis at a i Oclock luncheon yesterday afternoon at the country club in Degolia. Joseph Lee Day fete will open thursday with Parade at 4 p. In. Plaques tooth Brush holders Garden figures and a nature scrapbook were 1 completed. Project miniature Wagon Bench animals wooden trough Fence and j picks were started. Sports the following softball games were played Hobson place i 15, second Ward 4 sixth Ward 23, Hobson place 20 Hobson place 15. Hanley 9 Hanley to. Hobson place 1 3 Hobson place 24, second Ward 3. Hanley Park Defeated Hobson place in basketball 38-22. Outside Wood Stone with genuine 101 i a Fosmoe than a coat Nuneio Coo a to Tad in in ale it company Friday Bridge club dinner attracts 25 Twenty five guests attended a dinner and Bridge party of the Friday evening dinner Bridge Dun last evening at 8 of clock in the country dub at Degolia. Out of town guests included judge and mrs. Frederic Schoon maker. Miss Alexander and mrs. Richard Jennings of Pittsburgh and mias Frances Wann of Washington. D. C. The guests swam in the dub Pool during the evening. I vacation Money if you have maintained a savings account in the Bradford National Bank during the year you have now the funds for your vacation. Is 11.5. Adieu new York. July 22. A a like any Plain a l going reluctantly Backoo work after a vacation Crown Prince Gustav Adolf of Sweden said a kindly goodbye tonight to the United he wished he could stay longer. He said but added i Quot there Are always things to be done at Home you know. A lot of work piles up. On a divan beside him the Crown Princess Louise sat demurely her hands folded most of the time. Their big Young son. Prince Bertil. In his twenties lounged in a nearby chair. Crown Prince Gustav was All but overcome in his Rush of words As he thanked this country for the hospitality shown him my his family. They arrived Here in june to participate in the tercentenary of the Landing of the first swedes on the shores of Delaware. To much kindness so much hospitality which is really unlimited in this country. Such kindness that anybody coming to these shores must surely very warm none of us will Ever forget. So much kindness. A Ive a . Modem scientific dependable j Complete plans for the Celebration Here next thursday of Joseph Lee Day. Under the auspices j of the Bradford playground commission. Were announced last night j by mrs. Miriam pole. Playground director. Mrs. Pyle said the Parade will form at 4 p. M. Thursday at the intersection of Webster and Corydon streets and will move promptly to the second Ward playground where the program honouring the noted american recreational Leader will be presented. Program opens at 3 p. In. Marching units will be directed to their places at the grounds by an amplification system. The program will commence promptly at 4 of clock. Mrs. Pole emphasized. All children from other playgrounds will he transported by buses to the second Ward Field. They have been directed to bring a luncheon. Refreshments for All children will be served on the a band concert by Tho band will begin at 7 30 o clock and the buses will return children to their Home playgrounds at 8 30 o clock. Director resigns mrs. Pyle also revealed that miss Martha Davis supervisor at the second Ward Field has resigned effective this week due to her approaching marriage. She will be i succeeded by miss Mary Lynn Langworthy. Boys and girls from the Mckean county children a Home in Foster Brook now attend activities daily at the sixth Ward Field. Mrs. Pole reported. The practice sessions for the pageant which will he presented during the Joseph Lee Day Celebration will be held monday at the following hours. Mrs. Pyle announced second Ward. 9 a. In. Hobson place. To a. In sixth Ward i p. Rn., Hanley Park 2 30 p. In. The weekly report of activities at the four play Fields was released last night. It includes Hanley Park Dublin. July 22 a Quot no feminine entanglements a Douglas g. Corrigan announced momentous by and confidently today but a couple of hours later the Ocean flier Wras almost gasping for breath As hero worshipping Colleen closed in on him in a Gay autograph Hunt. The 31-year-old California Mechanic tried to be just another tourist As he set out after a quiet morning at the american legation to get pair of Bright Walter Jackson. 36. Negro labourer. Of 12 River Street is a patient in Bradford Hospital with a deep knife measured for a wound in his left leg. And Jewell checked trousers. Patullo 27, and his wife Clara. 26. But several pairs also negroes of the same address were being held last night without charge by local police As the outcome of an altercation yesterday afternoon at 5 30 o clock at the River Street address. Patello and his wife. Who surrendered to police after Jackson had been removed to the Hospital in Koch s ambulance told officers that the wounded Man had been a Boarder at their Home hut that yesterday he had decided to move. They alleged that Jackson removed some of his clothing from the House and that he later returned new Atlantic and started an argument Over some perfect husband articles which he claimed were missing. The statement alleged that Jackson threatened both patello and his wife and that he lunged at the couple with a Butcher knife which was on a table in the room. Patello said he disarmed the Man and that Jackson apparently was stabbed during the Melee. At the Hospital Jackson is reported to have informed a physician he Cut himself when he fell on a broken bottle. Police said no charge would be placed against the couple pending the outcome of Jackson a injuries. Captain David Kehoe and Lieut Michael Ferko investigated. Of twinkling feminine eyes saw him enter the shop and when he emerged a crowd of girls was there with autograph books. Corrigan who said he was unable to Tell East from West when he flew to Ireland from new York this week was Able to write his name and this he did for half an hour grinning broadly under the Strain. Finally be was Able to drive away the crowd cheering him As he left. Earlier he declared Quot i can t get Over the number of girls who seem to think because i i would make a j i am not having any feminine entanglements yet in my Young life aside from announcement that Corrigan was returning Home july 30 on the liner Manhattan there was no further word of Bis plans. L trek to c s 2,000,000 cubic foot Gas Well brought in at Proctor w. A. Proctor a. Va., july 22�?i/p a landowners about this quiet Ohio River Community 75 Miles Southwest of Pittsburgh were discuss sports Hanley Park won a soft i ing today the prospects of an Oil Jford National Bank urges Over 10.000.000-00 by cibber rid Era Deposit insurance corporation or Rubinstein am hone a 45 main St boo Pality fruit store dial 3570 4178 2 w. Wash in it on St. Cries arrive this morning in tomatoes 5, 25c free delivery sour cherries j by 1.29 Home grown cakes 3 for Ioc. 5 lbs 25c yellow Bantam Corn 3,5� Dot Lopes Pink meats 3 for 25c no. I Elberta peaches sugar. To lbs 49c new Apple Green or Wax Beans 3 lbs i 3c new onions.7 lbs 25c letter flour l/2 so 57c fancy iceberg lettuce 3 solid ads 29c 7 lbs 25c or ii Gnu Gnu up by Trif. I1 <il2r&Quot u or by. 42 it a nov is sir 01? / us. Pm a a pal Juk. 3 chs 19c 3 sch a Sci Riel loss. 3 Pat ii. 3 chs ire. A Quot a 2 so. 2 Doz s5c to lbs 15c6 boxes 19c 2 la Jar 23cit 23c can he. 3 can 25c brooms. Bantam yarn peas. Miracle whip. Large rinse. Or lit Tim of Ato a a x. Lifebuoy soap 3 29c ans �?~39cal 7r 19c cans 27c .1 lbs to 3 bars 19c can so Lux. Uirt of a in it a food. Can a �1. A rot or 4 Rolls a Tomato paste. Ball game from Hobson place 10-3. And lost a return game. 15-9. Hanley Defeated Hobson place in basketball. 38-22. Volleyball Basket i Ball and baseball practice sessions were held. Social members of the sub Deb i club held a meeting. A doll Day contest was conducted. Crafts Garden figures were completed i project doll House plan was j completed and construction started. I doll furniture was completed. Bleachers were started and plans made for a football project. The j sprinkler was used tuesday and i thursday. Sixth Ward. Sports sixth Ward Defeated Hobson place in softball 23-20, and the second Ward 11-8. Volleyball practice sessions were held and other games directed during the week. Social treasure Hunts were held for children in two ago groups. 6 toll years and la years and above. A potato roast was held for children above 12. A potato Wiener roast was directed for children Between 6 and la. Plans Are being made for a barn dance which h will be held in the near future on the playground. Crafts two projects were started by boys and girls from the children a Home. The girls started Quot Jack and the beanstalk and the boys a Harvard Yale boat acc. Project Trees were planted and f a Fence and Backstop for the Ball Diamond were started. A Volley a Ball net was made. Second Ward. Sports construction of a Tennis j court was commenced. The following softball games were played sixth Ward la second Ward 8 Hobson place 15, second Ward 4 Hobson place 24. Second Ward 3. Social Ward games and numerous other play activities were directed during the week. Crafts the colouring and drawing of pictures continued. Project additional Model air planes were constructed and frames were made for the Airport runway. Trees and shrubbery were completed and painted. Toy automobiles j were started. The Airport adminis j traction building was completed. Hobson place. Social fifty five older children and ,20 younger children attended two treasure Hunts. Crafts hot pan holders wooden and Gas Boom in the Wake of the bringing in of a Gas Well at 475 Lect which gauged about 2,000.000 cubic feet. The Wel Lea me in yesterday. It the Well came in yesterday. It another one drilled three weeks ago which come in with a 750.00 cubic foot gauge at 600 feet. Experts who inspected the Field predicted that somewhere below the cow run Sand hundreds of feet deeper than the Gas Wells will be found an Oil Pool. Almost too members of com i Pany k. Local National guard i unit left Here at 8 30 of clock last night aboard a special Erie Railroad train bound for Indiantown Gap and the annual two week Field training period prescribed for National guard regiments. The local company reported to be at full strength was in command of capt. Carl l. Peterson. The Bradford contingent travelling in two coaches and a baggage car was scheduled to join Early this morning with units from Cor try. Warren and Kane. The guardsmen were expected to arrive at lick Dale. Nearest rail a Road Point to Indiantown Gap at 8 .30 o clock this morning. The local company is a portion of the 112th infantry which is under the command of col. Monroe a. Means of Kane. Hospital notes three men Given life sentences for slaying Youngstown racketeer Youngstown. Of. July 22 it a three men were Given life semen it. Be today for the gang slaying of Roy Quot Happy Marino Petty Youns town racketeer last september 9. Solly Hart the third to be tried. Was convicted today by a three judge court. Herb Ross of Cleveland. And John Anthoulis. Steuben j Ville Slot machine Czar already had Bren found guilty by juries. Hart said he would ask for a new trial. Judge Erskine Maiden jr., who presided at trials for Ross and Anthoulis. Overruled their motions for new trials. Japs Stop search British freighter Hon Kong. July 23. Saturday i the British Freigh or Leana be ported today she had been stopped and searched to Miles outside Hon Kong by a japanese warship which fired a warning shot across her Bow. The Leana was the first foreign ship to to fired Upo during the japanese blockade of the South China coast. A British protest was expected. Personal notes Bradford Hospital births. Or. And mrs. Frank Hyde. Custer City a daughter. Or. And mrs. Alvan Rickard 12 Euclid Avenue a son. Admitted. John Copozzi 36 Mechanic Street. Loins Goodman. 34 Barbour Street. Joseph Bateski. 53 Clarion Street. Betty Jean , 114 Hilton Street. Bertha Bethune. Ill Hilton Street. James Wolff. 115 Hilton Street. Mrs. Anna Mcdonald 43 Rochester Street. Mrs. Nathaniel Barone. Jamestown. N. Y. Miss Viola Dennis. Eldred. Walter Jackson. 12 River Street. Anthony Abri zoo West Washington Street. Miss Lucille Travis. East main. Street. Mrs. Ellen Dixon. 46 South Avenue. Mrs. Frank Dorrance. Willard Avenue. Tonsil operations. Ellis Burns Rew. Donald and Charles Ransome. 37 school Street. James Ligie or. Foster Brook. Discharged. Harry hand. Derrick City. James Gallagher. Lewis run. Mary Ann Yohe. Parkway hights. Julius Pedine 39,-_ East main Street. Angelo Nuzzo. 19 Harding Avenue. Miss Genevieve Douty. Hamsher House. Mrs. Doris Turner Eldred. Deakin Hairdresser exponent of harmonizing the up Fine perfume and cosmetic 28 Alain phone 8615 ladies Riding breeches and jodhpurs Dave a Cut rate open evenings 13 Congress Gale Locke of South Avenue has returned from a visit in Chicago. I Isabelle Phoenix and Nephew. 1 Richard Phoenix of Asbury Park. J n. J., Are visiting miss Martha Wilson of pleasant Street. Mrs. Ray reek of Jackson Avenue left last night for Albany. N. Y. I owning to the serious illness there i of her sister mrs. Arthur b. Lam pier. Finds petrified Wood Olean general Olean discharged. Mrs. John Lawson infant daughter Rew. Clearfield a. July 22 it a a piece of petrified Wood from an extinct tree was found in the underbrush near the state Nursery grounds by acc workers. U. S. Forester Clyde Pressinger reported today. He said the Wood striped in the colors of a Rainbow would be exhibited in Harrisburg and at the Pennsylvania state College. Morgan beats Santos Lafayette club All this week extraordinary floor show special dinner. 3est in mixed drinks $1.00 Toledo. July 22 a pm Kayo j Morgan of Detroit challenger for the world Bantam Veight Champion a ship hammered out a ten round Victory Over Jose Santos. Portu guest featherweight Here tonight. Morgan weighed 118. Santos 125. Or. Riehl chiropodist at Emery hotel until end of month. Today a at Rubenstein Market i have not been in the habit of Selling meat during the summer months hut this year we Are going to keep our Market open every Day. Our beef and veal Are alway fresh Hasni to been kept in cold storage. To get fresh killed meat Trade at Rukenstein s and save Money. Round Stek sirloin Steak roast. Boiling meat Hamburg. Beef liver. Veal Steak. Veal chops. Veal Stew. Veal roast. 8 Howard St. La 27c la 35e la Loc la 12c 2 lbs for 27c 2 lbs for 2oc la 30c la 20c la 12c la 18c rear Page five. Pittsburgh police pushed around by women Ball fans Pittsburgh. July 22 some of the patrolmen at the Oakland police station nursed sore toes scratches and bruises today and 1 blushing by admitted they had been pasted and pushed around by a Bunch of women. The coppers got caught in the Quot ladies Day Rush at the Forbes Field turnstiles yesterday before the Philadelphia a i 11 s b u r g h game. Normally a half dozen police can handle the Quot ladies Day Quot turnout but the record crowd of 7,000 got out of hand. The women refused to stay in line shoved a Small Force of Pollok around the streets stepped on their toes and sent a Squadron of reserves retreating Down the Street Quot it was worse than a puddles picnic a one officer lamented. Mayflower restaurant 132 main St. Specializing Iii sea food regular meals and lunches John Lekas prop. Pasteurized milk is Safe milk a Here a what or. C. H. Mayo says about pasteurized milk or. C. H. Mayo the noted physician and surgeon minces no words in urging the Public to get pasteurized milk. He says. The Protection of the Public can be insured by pasteurization. It is the Only Safe Way. A pasteurized milk offers you delicious flavor guaranteed safety protected food value Dairy Council potatoes fancy Elberta peaches 4 the 23c red William new apples 6 it 25c solid Copenhagen cabbage it 2c fancy Wax Beans it 5c round cuban Quern melons each 53c jumbo loupes 2 for 25c soup Campbell s Tomato 3 cans 19c Pillsbury four 24y2ibck8 9c butter a Oak Hill i review ,k28e a 29c tomatoes Queen Valley solid 15c no. 2 on sardines in Tomato sauce Ioc Oval can summer juice Sale red Wing Concord grape juice cd cd Florida juice a Grapefruit 3 no. 2 cans 25c Dole juice pineapple 3 tall cans 25c Steven Alif. Lemon juice 8 of. Can Juc Ellen Clare chant. Co. Tomato juice 3 Ige. Or of 23c heart Delight prune juice 3 tall cans 2 5c Heinz Tomato Lee. Bota. Uban girl sliced no. 2 in Ketchup 2 for 35c pineapple 15c Anglo roat beef i la. Can 19e Kipper can 19c snacks ring fro can so Crisco 3 la can 49c Mustard in. Jar 10c Roxy do i 2 Ige. Pans. Cigarette Phi a. Tax Avalon pkg. 10c Morrelly Sandwich spread can 10c butter top bread loaf 9c to Chud matches 6 Bxs. 21c i Kitchen Lenzer 2 cans 9c a fresh Fig bars 2 it by 25c i

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