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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Bradford, Pennsylvania Reader s Choice topic at literary club meet flattering i Young Enterprise a fall and Ripe pumpkins and a Roadside stand bring out the business Enterprise inherent in All Ages. Fifteen month old Bridget Duffy daughter of or. And mrs. William Duffy of Smethport re 4, safeguards a prospective Sale and keeps a wary Eye out for vandals too. The sight is a familiar one this week along Mckean county roads with halloween and its Spoo lishness being today. Era photo by Pat Rogge a Good Bode is always a Book that is the right Book of for the right person at the right time. That was the conclusion reached by a panel discussion group on the topic a a Reader a choices Friday afternoon at the women a literary club meeting. Panellists mrs. Howard Miller and mrs. William Vernon with mrs. William Higie Moderator discussed the Many divergent areas of Reading they Are presently exploring and stressed that everyone a Reading interests Are different. Further even an individuals interest will change frequently. Mrs. Miller introduced the assemblage to materials written by outstanding negro writers such As Richard Wright. She read from books by Joseph Heller and Hermann Hesse and explored the amp a $ i dear Abby by Abigail Van Buren oui for Chat the m. J. Ryan Parent teacher association will sponsor the annual halloween party for the schools children from 7 to 9 . Today at the Anthonias Hall in Lewis run. Prizes will be awarded games played and refreshments served. Eldred dec fifth and sixth graders of the Borough and township schools collected for Unicof in the spirit of halloween thursday evening. The 36 youths canvassed the Village and Vicinity aided by members of four churches St. Raphael a first Church of god St. Matthews episcopal and the United methodist. Chairman mrs. Roy hand reported $82.40 collected and Drivers for the youth were mrs. Gerald Kemp mrs. James Dubois Herbert Geuder Olin Mcdevitt Rev. Alvin Kriebel and or. Hand. A social hour followed the Canvas under the direction of mrs. Ronald Geuder miss Virginia Burdick mrs. Merton Burdick mrs. Grace Wright and mrs. Kriebel. Derrick Oty the Pat and the Volunteer fire dept will Host a halloween party at the fire Hall beginning at 7 30 . Today. All children in the Derrick City area Are invited to participate. Evening meeting of the Bradford tip tops at the Carnegie Public Library. Miss Rose Merrit mrs. Mary Patchen and mrs. Nancy Dixon were welcomed As new members to the group and mrs. Vera Swanson named Queen for the week selected doughnuts As the forbidden food. Total weight loss for the week was 57 pounds. Next meeting will be 7 30 . Thursday at the Library. Officers of fifth Ward Pat observed National education week with a thank you reception for parents and teachers thursday afternoon at the school. Mrs. Claude Haight president welcomed the guests mrs. Robert Green and mrs. Ralph Schiappa Kitchen chairman served the refreshments. Mrs. Bernice of Connell hostesses the country clubs meeting in her Bradford Home thursday evening. Awards were presented to mrs. Ruth Quinn mrs. Lorraine Moonan mrs. Ethel Mccord and mrs. Jean Mclaughlin. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Moonan will be hostess of the nov. 12 meeting in her Fairview Heights Home. Miss Debbie Mattis was honoured at a bridal Shower at the Home of her aunt mrs. John Holee on Linwood Avenue. Mrs. William Poole was co hostess. A variety of games were played by the 35 guests and a Buffet luncheon was served. Miss Mattis will wed Jack Baldwin a february 1971. New by Laws were reviewed and adopted at the thursday Alpha Chi and i my chapters of Beta Sigma Phi held their formal Rush party wednesday evening in Northwest savings. Mrs. Thomas George reported on the Progress of the forthcoming heart dance. In recognition of american education week miss Marsha Bowers and miss Susan Shepley spoke on a concepts in communication Ond both Are teachers in the local area school system. Social committee was hostess for the evening. Last Day i a Eim Euf always first Quality True to life portraits in color contract Bridge East dealer. Neither Side vulnerable. North a a7 v 7 6 2 k9 4 a to 7 5 3 West East 4q862 a 10 953 vaio 854 vq3 a j 6 a to 8753 82 4.k6 South k j 4 v k j 9 a a q 2 i q j 9 4 the bidding East South West North pass a int pass 3 it opening Lead a five of hearts. Whenever you play a hand where the outcome is in doubt you must give thought to the Many ways the defenders cards can be divided that could place the contract in jeopardy. Once you Are aware of these dangers it becomes far easier to combat them. Here is a typical Case. West leads a heart and East plays the Queen on it. Before deciding whether or not to win you should do some serious thinking. The first question to ask yourself is a what can defeat me a obviously if West has the King of clubs you can make the contract by winning the heart and finessing the Queen of clubs. However you Are of course aware that this May not be your Lucky Day and that East May have been dealt the King of clubs. In that Case you would be Defeated when he took the Queen returned a heart and West cashed four heart tricks. Since the possibility of East shaving the King of clubs and West shaving five hearts is decidedly real you resolutely decline to play to the first trick before searching for a Way of overcoming that distribution if it exists. Sure enough a Little thought convinces you that the entire situation can be managed without running any risk. Accordingly you play the nine of hearts on East a Queen. When he continues with a heart and you play the Jack you no longer need worry whether West has the King of clubs or whether he started with five hearts. In either Case you Are sure of three no Trump since you plan to take a perfectly Safe club finesse later on. If it loses and East has no More hearts you Are entirely Safe. If it loses and East does have another heart you Are equally Safe because in that Case a St cannot have started with More than four hearts. Ii in living co lob 5x7 portrait or a set of 4 Wallet size photos 1.49 2 children photographed together $2.98 great color portraits As Only the a a Pix a a photographers capture them. All portraits Are delivered to you at our store. You have your Choice of several poses no mailing handling or other charges. Age limit. 12 years. 12 00 to 4 00, 5 00 to 9 00 Penneys at the Bradford mall . Choice beef sides 65c la. Cut wrapped a Quick Frozen for your Freezer readings giant food Mart Reading interests of Young people. Mrs. Vernon told of outstanding american authors of the past including Paul Galileo and Bruce cation. Using books by Harrison Salisbury and Gay Talese As examples she discussed her interest in Reading books about american policy in International and Domestic affairs. The panellists agreed that the classics endure because of the picture they present of the times they were written the excellent characterizations and language. Hemingway and Fitzgerald were mentioned As two examples of those whose works May be considered classics by future generations. Descriptions of the events of our times Are frequent in the writings of each it was noted. The discussion concluded with suggestions on How to find books of interest for the individual readers. Mrs. Leo Gallina and mrs. Roer Risley were the afternoons greeters. Mrs. Joseph Cleary was chairman of the Tea committee. She was assisted by mrs. Matthew Mcgrail and mrs. Howard Yates and mrs. Richard Evans presided at the table. Dear Abby a few weeks ago i went to the Hospital for major surgery. My gentleman Friend a 50-year-old widower whom i had been dating for Over two years invited me and my three daughters 13, 15 and 17, to stay in his Large comfortable Home until i recovered which should be in about three months. The Day after my surgery my oldest daughter came to the Hospital and told me that my gentleman Friend tried to get fresh with her. I nearly had a nervous breakdown. I asked my Friend about this and he was terribly shocked. He said he was Hurt and amazed that i would believe such a Story. Somehow i Felt that he was telling me the truth As he is a deeply religious Man a Good father and i have never known him to lie. Since then i found out that this same daughter has told some vicious lies about her two Sisters and my own Mother. Should i bring my daughter together with my Friend and insist that she make those accusations to his face this is what he wants me to do. Or should i just forget it needs help Der needs avoid an ugly showdown. Judge your gentleman Friend on his past record. And judge your daughter on hers. But Don t Quot just forget your daughter needs help. Confidential to a embarrassed by blushing in Memphis a there is nothing you can do to Stop blushing Young lady. But done to fret about it. Gregory put it this Way a when a girl ceases to Blush she has lost the most powerful Charm of her tote s fashion lond downtown Bradford political advertisement political advertisement pumpkin legend the tradition of displaying Jack o lanterns at halloween started centuries ago in Ireland. An irishman named Jack of Grady so the Story goes could not enter heaven because of his miserly nature and then was turned out of hell on halloween night for tricking the Devil. Since then says the myth Jack has wandered the Earth with his lantern appearing to human eyes Only at halloween. Keep an effective voice in Harrisburg for Mckean county re elect vie Westerberg House of representatives tuesday nov. 3rd the Bradford a Era saturday october 31, 1970�?5 candlelight ceremony unites the Rennells altar societies see my a Shiv at Eldred meet Eldred eco mrs. Julia Balboni presented a wig show thursday night for the ladies of St. Raphael a of Eldred St. Johns Duke Center and St. Mary a Sart Well altar Rosary societies at St. Raphael a Cateches Catica Center. More than to models presented various styles. Preceding the show St. Raphael a Rosary altar society held its regular monthly business meeting with mrs. Mary Shields conducting the meeting. A card party was scheduled for 8 . Nov. 9 at the Center with mrs. William Rosenswie and mrs. Robert Mcanallen As co chairmen. They voted to hold a teenage dance for youth in the area at the Center at 8 . Nov. 7 with mrs. John Welch As chairman. An International Tureen dinner meeting will be held at 6 . Nov. 19 at the Center with St. Johns of Duke Center in charge of arrangements. Plans were made for a Christmas party at 6 30 . Dec. 15 at the Center. Lunch was served to More than 60 by St. Mary a of Sart Well Rosary altar society. Serving on the committee were mrs. Herman Goodyear mrs. Harry Butler mrs. Francis Crowley mrs. Thomas Brennan mrs. Beatrice holler an miss Alice Murphy and miss Bernice Goodyear. There s always something my amp differ eat at singers country Corners at Custer City this seam angled Skimmer makes you look wonderful from every Angle. You la love the stand away band neckline buttoned then flipped free. Printed pattern 4518 misses sizes to 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 14 bust 34 takes 2l/2 Yards 39-Inch fabric. Seventy five cents for each pattern a add 25 cents for each pattern for air mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams care of the Bradford Era 19., pattern dept., 243 West 17th St., new York 10011. Print name address with zip size and style number. Dynamic fashion changes in new fall Winter pattern Catalon. Free pattern coup Pon. 50 cents. Instant sewing Book a Cut fit sew modern Way. $1.00. Instant fashion Book wardrobe planning secrets flattery accessory tips. $1.00. Chit for Chat former Bra Fordian and mrs. Jack s. Florentine of standards Wellsville . Are the parents of a daughter who was born recently at the Jones memorial Hospital in Wellsville. Port Allegany eco miss Janice Marlene Klein of 22 Laurel Lane and Herman Lee Rennells of w. Mill Street were married Friday evening oct. 23, in the first Baptist Church. The Rev. Peter s. Bolster officiated at the candlelight double ring ceremony which United the daughter of or. And mrs. Richard s. Klein and the son of mrs. Keith Bidwell. Lavender and White pompoms and Gladioli with ferns decorated the altar. Mrs. Ber i Nard Ryan provided wedding music. Francis Ford was Best Man and the git ests were seated by the Ushers Bruce Johnston and Denny Emmett. Escorted to the altar by her father the Bride chose a floor length gown Peau de soil with Empire Waistline and j Uliet sleeves. Lace trimmed the front panel and edged the Butterfly train. Her shoulder length bout i Fant veil was held by a Cluster of Orange blossoms and Peau de soil. She carried Lavender Daisy pompoms and White carnations with Ivy. Mrs. Robert stauffer was Matron of Honor in a Lavender hued gown with a line skirt and dotted Swiss bodice. She wore a Matching dotted Swiss veil and carried a bouquet of Lavender pompoms and White carnations with a Lavender ribbon. For her daughters wedding mrs. Klein chose a Coral Wool dress with Navy Blue accessories and a Corsage of Coral tinted carnations. The Mother of the bridegroom wore a Pink dress with Black accessories and a Corsage of White carnations. A reception followed the ceremony in the Church social rooms. Following a wedding trip to Niagara Falls the newly weds will reside at 20 Laurel Lane in port Allegany. The new mrs. Rennells is a 1968 graduate of the port Allegany High school and is employed at the Smethport specially co. Or. Rennells is a 1970 graduate of the port Allegany High school and is employed at the Viko furniture co. In Eldred. Prenuptial showers were hosted by mrs. August Klein and mrs. Estelle Klein. 3 select from % Large floors of furniture no charge for credit Rosenus furniture Bradford u u u u u u u u u u u u g u u u u u Large selection popular shag rugs City carpet 23 e. Washington St n n n n cd o n o o o n n in n n n n it n Serta mattresses and Box Springs 109 main St. Phone 362-3573 Lite be of your bridal from fanning a boys trousers Sixes 7 thru 12 slims or legs. Kiddie Shoppe 104 main 368-6714 political advertisement political advertisement political advertisement in in. The right Man. At the right time Harrington on High taxes taxes Are too High Cecil Harrington says we can do something about it a he will do something about it when he is elected to Congress. Taxes Are High for two reasons one a we have spent nearly $100 billion in Vietnam and have lost Over 50,000 american lives. Two a the Nixon administration continues to Roll up unbelievable deficits by Over committing us in foreign countries and padding the Federal payrolls with unbelievable waste. Cecil Harrington will fight for fiscal responsibility in Congress and will pare those bulging military and civilian payrolls. Harrington on Cost of living the inflation spiral continues a and the administration stands helplessly by wringing its hands. It should be Clear by now that High interest rates done to Stop inflation a they anly create unemployment. The first step in cutting the Cost of living is to Stop spending in such a reckless fashion. See above. The most important step says Cecil Harington is to invoke wage and Price guidelines. It worked before. It can work again. Harrington on unemployment when this administration took Over in 1968, unemployment was at the lowest rate since Harry Truman left the White House 3.3%. In a very Short time unemployment had increased by 50 percent. People in the 23rd congressional District Are worse off than the rest of the nation. In some places unemployment has reached an unbelievable 20 percent we need a congressman who understands How serious this problem is a congressman who is dose to the people. We need a congressman who will fight High taxes and reduce spending. We need a congressman who will Stop the inflationary spiral. We need Cecil Harrington a congressman for the people for Congress x Harrington i key Henry chairmen paid for by Harrington for Congress committee 611 Innis St., Oil City be

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