Mckean County Democrat in Smethport, Pennsylvania
8 Jul 1971

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8 Jul 1971

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McKean County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 8, 1971, Smethport, Pennsylvania Page two thursday july 8, 197 Mckean county Democrat Smith Pott Mckean county pa., thursday july 8, 1971 Henry a. Satterwhite publisher anc1 editor mrs. Regena love society editor second class postage paid at Smethport Pennsylvania 16749 published thursday publication office main St., Smethport a. Ufi and Vicinity and mrs. Thomas peace and family left tuesday for their Home in a Etc n.m., after spending four weeks with mrs. Peace s Mother mrs. Florence Galloway at Wrights Corners and with other relatives and friends in this area. Miss Lynn a gee of Arling ton va., spent the weekend Here with her parents or. And mrs. Gordon Magee of Fulton St. And mrs. James and daughter returned to their Lime in Chicago 111., sunday after spending a week with his parents or. And mrs. Clifford Parker of a. Alain St. And mrs Darryl love Are spending the week with or. And mis. Wilfred Burgie and daughter Dawn at Morgan town . Saulpaugh of a main St. Is a patient in the Bradford Hospital where he is undergoing tests. Or and mrs. Ralph Herzog of w. Main St. Are on vacation touring the state of Michigan and Canada. Alice Whelan and or. And mrs. James Buck have been spending a week at mrs. When an s summer Home at cpx Vale ont., can. Catherine Youngquist is undergoing tests at the Brad Ford Hospital. William children Leann Eileen Gra Ham and Grey of w. Main St., spent from saturday to tuesday with relatives at Lime Lake. And mrs. Robert Ren Koff and family of Webster n. Y., spent a few Days with her parents or. And mrs. A. Z. Hileman of Union St. Iva Bush is a patient in the port Augany Community Hospital. Carolyn Clark of mar Vin St., spent the Holiday week end with her daughter Mary Lou at Troy a. Chase son of or. And mrs. Richard Chase of King St., has completed his Basic training at fort Dix n.j., and Mit training at Camp Polk la. He is presently at training school for paratroopers at fort Benning a. He is a graduate of the Smethport area schools. Carla Armstrong and children Cindy Limmy Teddy and Michelle of Delevan ., were guests of or. And mrs. John Mcgavisk or. Of w. Main St. Saturday. Sherman Delancey of Newport pa., spent the week with her Francis Delan Cey and family of w. Main St. And mrs. Ira Lukehart of Coraopolis were the weekend guests of or. And mrs. Thomas Lukehart of w. Water St. J. G. Stud Holtine left Friday for her Home in Denver colo., after spending two weeks Here with her Mother mrs. Hazel Bloomster of Franklin St., and other relatives in the area. Ray of West sen Eca ., was the guest of mrs. Kermit Winslow of Bank St., last Friday. Nancy Nick and Chil Dren of w. Main St. Are spend ing a few Days at red House Lake. And mrs. Paul Williams of Ormsby spent the weekend in Clarington. And mrs. Clark love of Union St. Were guests of or. And mrs. W. C. Burgle at Morgantown ., Over the week end. Mrs. Blanche Burgie accompanied them Home. Mary Griffin of Arlington va., was a recent guest of her parents i. Mrs Leon Griffin of King St. And mrs Delbert Bel of Sheffield called on their aunt mrs. Hazel Bloomster of Frank Lin St. Sunday evening. The attended the Larson family re Union earlier in the Day. Bonnie Zurcher a daughters Sherri and Musli of Sheffield were saturday Over Nir fit guests of or. Adj mrs John of a main mrs Alice Williams of Cas per wyo., and or. And mrs. Kenneth Thomas of Bradford were guests of or. And mrs. Harvey Carey of Forest ave., on monday. And mrs. Warren sem Mel and family returned to their Home on Bank eve Ning after spending the july weekend with relatives near Philadelphia. Griffin and the misses Sandra and Nancy Maines of Clearfield were weekend guests of or. And mrs. Leon Griffin of King St. And mrs. Jeffrey love and daughter Sherri of Olean were weekend guests of or. And mrs. W. C. Burgie. Of Morgan town . Hazel Bloomster mrs Dan Bloomster and mrs. J. G. Studholme attended the funeral of mrs. Sara Snyder in eld rec on wednesday y. Mrs. Snyder was a Niece of mrs. Hazel Bloomster Lukehart son or. And mrs. Thomas Lukehart of w. Water St., is spending a week with his grandparents or and mrs. Ira Likehart at Cora Orblis a. Social notes is ladies Day at the Smethport country club with i luncheon to be followed by cards hostesses will be mrs. Mirabe Dugel mrs. Alice Bernard an mrs. Anne Cleveland annual Stickles famil reunion was held at the Home o or. And mrs. Wilmer Bashlin of Rock run Road saturday july 3, with 48 present. Game were played and prizes Given to the children. Relatives attended from Ridgway magus mines Kane Gifford Smethport Turtle Point and Coryville. Engaged or. And mrs. Leon b. Grif Fin of 109 Hast King si., Smethport announce the engagement of their daughter Mary to Stewart a. Fannin son of or. And mrs. Walter d. Fannin 4451 e. Robinson ave., Fresno Calif. Filiss Griffin a graduate of Smethport area High school is employed by the state department in Washington her Fiance was graduated from Mclane High school in Fresno an.4 attended Fresno stale for two years before serving in the . Navy for four years. He is employed in the while House washing ton . And oct. 2 wedding is being planned Mary Griffin to wed Stewart Fannin Julie Ann Condi becomes Bride Fingernail analysis a variety of child disorders can be identified at an Early stage from Fingernail clip pings scientists at the University of Alabama report. According to or. George Cassady professor of Pedia trips at the University s school of Medicine clippings taken from Newborn infants for analysis May someday re place tissue biopsies. Learning How healthy a baby is As Early As possible is crucial to treating whatever disorders he May have or. Cassady explains. Bliss b. Cecelia Olson miss b. Cecelia Olson 82, of met port 4, died Satur a at her Home following an exuded illness. She was born in Clermont Fay 14, 1889, a daughter of an Ress Peter and Belenda Ohman Olson. Miss Olson graduated at the children s Hospital school f nursing in Buffalo With the class of 1916. She served in world War one As an army nurse and was superintendent of he Josephine Goodyear convalescent Home for children in Williamsville n. For 35 years. She was a member of the Trinity lutheran Church of Smethport and the . Society and Bucktail Post 138 of the american legion. Surviving Are four Brothers Carl Olson of Ardmore g. Elmer Olson of Smethport Walter Olson of Hornell And Leonard Olson of Buffalo Three Sisters miss Edna e. Olson of Smethport mrs. Mabel Cooper of it. Dora fla., and mrs. Florence Williams of Mes Sena And several nieces and nephews. A prayer service was held at the Lee funeral Homo at 1 . Tuesday followed by a memorial service at Trinity lutheran Church at . With the Rev. Walter w. Mattson pastor of Emanuel lutheran Church of Bradford officiating. Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery. Bearers were William Daniels Donald r. Johnson George Olson Peter Olson Jerry Wil marriage vows were exchanged by miss Julie Ann Gorrell and Leonard j. Mckeirnan jr., saturday june 20, in St. Elizabeth Catholic Church Here. The Rev. Thomas Geddes pastor officiated the 1 . Double ring ceremony for the daughter of or. And mrs. Thomas e. Gorrell of Cyclone and the son of or. And Are. Leonard j. Mckeirnan of Crosby. Wedding music was played by mrs. Henry Heap. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a White Moss crepe gown with an Empire Waist Square neckline fall sleeves ending in a raffle and White English lace Bolero with a Matching detachable train. A Headpiece of roses daisies and pearls secured the Waist length veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow roses daisies and lilies of the Valley. Miss Nancy Bucheit of Ormsby maid of Honor wore a mint Green Leno a aqqad Empire waisted trimmed in White lace. She carried one Long stemmed yellow Rose. Bridesmaids were miss Debbie Hulett of Eldred miss Lynne Best of Kersey Cousin of the Bride and miss Sherry Mckeirnan of Denver Colo sister of the bridegroom. They were identically attired to the Smethport a Arp plans picnic a nominating committee Wil report and officers will be elected during a picnic meet mpg o the newly formed Smethport chapter american association of retired persons at in tuesday july 13, at the Lions Park in Smethport. Members and prospective members anyone 55 years age or Over should bring the own dishes Silver a Tureen an or Rolls. The commute will provide dessert and Beve age. In Case of rain the event will be held in the Baptist Church on the Valley Road. Maid of Honor but in peach. Each carried one Long stemmed yellow Rose. K pm b e re y Gorrell of Cyclone Niece of the Bride and Cliritie Burford port Augany Cousin of the Bride were Flower girls. They wore Princess style fluff crepe mint Sandra Mains to marry p. J. Griffin or. And mrs. Robert l. Wains of 416 Park ave., Clearfield announce the engagement of their daughter Sandra to Philip j. Griffin son of or. And mrs. Leon b. Riffin of 109 e. King St., Smethport. Miss Maines a graduate of St. Francis High school in Clearfield is a student at Villa Marie College in Erie majoring in elementary education. Or. Griffin is a graduate of Gannon College Erie with a . In biology. A july 31 wedding is planned. Greenes Mark 25 years ived on sunday or. And mrs. Wallace Greene of Smethport re 3, wore honoured with an open House from 2-6 . Sunday june 26, at their Home on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. Their children hosted the event. Or. Greene and the former Kathleen Brodfuehrer of Buffalo ., a Ere married july 6, 1946, in Buffay they have nine children mrs. Anthony Schnieder of Warren David Green in the . Army mrs. Betsy Sweet of Bradford and Larry Tommy Rose Teresa Ray mond and John at Home. Green gowns trimmed with White Ace and Ribhan. Each carried one Long stemmed yellow Rose. P a Tri c k Mckeirnan of Crosby the Bride Groom was Best Man. Usher ing were Thomas Tessena of Crosby Cousin of the Bride Groom and Jon Hertlen and Paul Peterson of Smethport. The Bride s Mother chose a Pale Blue coat dress with an overlay of Blue lace Matching accessories and a Corsage of red roses the bridegroom ? Mother an a line yellow lace dress while accessories and a Corsage of yellow roses. A reception was held in the Smethport country club. Both Are graduates of Smethport area High school. The Bride is employed by Jaguar manufacturing Smethport. The bridegroom i a 1971 graduate of a Annfield state College a secondary education major. He is employed by Quaker state of refinery Farmers Valley. Residence will be on Marvin Street ext., Smethport. Smethport area school budget of is adopted a new budget of was formally adopted last tues Day night by the Board of the Smethport area school District. It was an increase of Over the current budget due mostly to raises for teachers but officials said the tax rate will remain unchanged. I resignations accepted by the card were from pcs. Diana Eck elementary teacher who joining her husband in Ger any Ann Coyne elementary another position Paul jr., Industrial arts a another Post and Evryl Ford and Kristin Cartier aides. Several collectors at need session and were ranted exoneration. Lead Start parents elect in Smethport Parent s in the Iead Start project Here elected officers last week in the creative Center. They Are Gerald Kohler president mrs. Cheryl Blie j vice president mrs. J Geraldine Chido Secretary and Board members mrs. Virginia mrs. Nancy Kohler and mrs. Barbara Zurat. A n announcement was made children Are making Field trips and any parents who did not receive a per Mission slip from heir child is asked to Contact the child s advisor. Jaycees plan activities the Smethport Jaycees i thursday evening july i at to Home of their president a Elliott of Bank St. Prove discussed were a covered dish dinner to be held july 7 with the Mckean county fair Queen contestants As guest speakers the re vamping of Mark s Trail to Devil s Den and the Jaycee White elephant Sale on july 9. Over the past weekend the Jaycees collected 26 benches 25th wedding anniversary is celebrated or. And mrs. George Sharro 25 Bank St., were honoured with a family dinner celebrating their 25th wedding Anniv Ersary saturday at the cause restaurant in Hosting the event were their children or. And mrs. Steve Sharro Buffalo ., and Brian and Bruce at Home. The couple were married july.6, 1946, in St. Elizabeth s rectory. Attendants were Wil Liam Bush of Buffalo ., and Mary Lou Paulson Dumanski of Mentor Ohio. Among Hose present wore or. And mrs. Jim Donohue of Lantz coroners or. Arid mrs. William Donohue of new York City Jurn Curran and miss Jean Cioffi of Betula. The shirt is a stretched opt t shirt All soft and Clingy it is in newest knit fabric a tiny balanced Geometric Iri Bright yellow and White. And shape is guaranteed of you to Fuller slim Mer More Graceful if is a pounds thinner nationally pattern which can made with or without rolled neckline. Advice on wearing pants outfits Sinelli Jort Jaycees Complete 1st project the first phase of the port Jaycee is Community beautification project was completed Over the weekend. The 2fi benches located around this Borough were gathered and taken to a vacant lot. Chairman Bill Vandervort reported that the benches were worn and badly in need of paint. They were scraped and painted with Black red Green and yellow and then returned to their places around town. Or. Vandervort thanked John Levis Jim Mcguire Dale Elliott and Frank Chubon and Clark Brown for their participation. The second phase of the Spruce up Campaign is the re placement ant planting of new Flowers and Trees in the Shrub Bery boxes on main St. Presi Dent Dave Elliott reported that the Jaycees met with no opposition on this project. The Jaycees Are planning a White elephant Sale to be Helt july 9. Lindquiste sell main St. Store or. And mrs Richard Bliffen Meyer have purchased the Lind quist grocery store on e. Main St. And will take immediate pos session. The Buffenmeyer will move the upstairs apart ment. Jiey Are parents of two j sons and a daughter. Or. Are mrs. Robert Lindquist will be moving to Coudersport. Mrs. Myrtle Metzgar mrs. Myrtle l. Metzgar 90, new York my Many women hemmed in by the barriers of Home and fam ily life often substitute fantasies of continuing Youthful Ness for the reality of Inuvik Able aging. And As they get older the Gap Between their fantasy ideas of who they Are and the reality of who they Jerry Nelson expand Coudersport Jerry Nelson has taken Over operation of the business form Erly known As Huntington a in Coudersport which he purchased last april. He announced that he plans to expand sales and service and will continue International trucks and Ford tractor lines and new Holland farm Machin Ery. Or. Nelson says they Are improving some old buildings and generally planning to improve the appearance of the area. Or. Nelson lives in Smethport where he owns a similar opera Tion and plans to Divide his time Between the two places. Around town and took them to of 103 w. Green St. Died in the vacant lot of the former at-1 Bradford Hospital at . Lactic filling station where they wednesday where she had been were scraped and painted with a patient since noon on tues Black red Green and yellow j Flay. She had been in ill health paint. Or. Vandervort thanks the past several years. John Lewis Jim Mcguire Dale she was born nov. 25 188d, Elliott and Clark Brown for their in Smethport re 3, a daughter participation on the project and of William b. And Mary Ann added a special thanks to Frank Chubon for his efforts. Clark Davis. Her husband Burt merger died oct. 2, 1955. Met Gars were residents of Smethport for their entire lives. She was a member of the United methodist Church of head Start family picnic july 18th a family picnic will be held j Smethport. By head Start at 1 . July survivors include a son Wil 18lh in the creative Center Liam d of Smethport each family is the bring their a grandson and several nieces own food. Beverage and Des Sert will be provided. Movies of the children on several Field trips will he shown head Start mothers will meet at 10 . Tuesday at the Center. All mothers Are cams and Thomas Williams. 1 water St. New residents or. And mrs. M. Raskins of Lincoln iii., have moved into the Fry tenant House on East activity on site of Market Basket stove James Duffy Smethport con tractor had a Crew of men operating bulldozers week on the site of the future Market Basket supermarket location on East Waler St. Trees and Large stones were buried and the site cleared for fill. The site located Between the Emerald Isle trailer Park and the George Brown property was purchased from Paul Connors some time ago. Details of the construction and size of the new store building Are lacking but it is understood the building will be located at the extreme Back of the property and the entire front to water St. Will be used As a parking lot. Asked to participate. They Are owing. Burial was in we k collecting old clothing for " i1 cemetery in Smethport. And nephews. Friends were received at the Fry funeral Home where ser vices were conducted at 2 . Friday with the Rev. H. A Beveridge of the Smethport United methodist Church officiating. Burial was in the Rose old clothing for needy children and those hav ing any Are asked to drop it off at the Center or Send it with their children to the school. A pane discussion will be held. Gerald Kohler of Rew May be contacted for further information. Moloch was a god of the phoenicians to whom human sacrifices were offered. Card of thanks we wish to thank our relatives and neighbors for their Many acts of kindness and sinc Ere sympathy extended to us during our recent family of mrs. Myrtle Mel Gar on european tour the Penn state University choir is on a tour of Europe with stops in great Britain nor Way Sweden and West Ger Many. Bearers were Russell John on Bert Mcdowell Herbert Ohnson and Forest Wicox. Raff a Day x it 60071. A Nolous to Sec what going graduate Judith Lynn Johnson daughter of mrs. Robert e. Johnson of Ormsby and the late or. Johnson was graduated from Roberts Wesleyan collage Rochester ., Ecith i Bachelor of science degree in nursing. While at College Slit was an Active member of a College singing group called the new sound treasurer of the nursing club and candidate for Homecoming Queen in her Junior year. An Honor graduate of Smethport area High school Slie has accepted a position beginning in september at Evanston Hospital Evanston lit. Actually Are. Grows larger. Many try desperately to hang onto their fantasies but a few Are electing to confront real Ity. At least that s How Ger Maine Greer feminist and author of the new Best seller the female sees the choices for women Over 40. Miss Greer who is herself 32, views with amazement the measures some a Qinen take to retain the appearance of youth. They have of Effie extraordinary she , which make them look like strange age less mummies with big fed lips drawn onto an extremely plastic face and hair All built up with hair it must be terrible she says to have to get up in the morning and put All that together before you can face the equally she finds Are those women who have capitalized All their lives on their value As sex of and want to continue flirting even though such be a Yip is no longer appropriate. Also of concern to the noted feminist is the emptiness in the lives of Large numbers of women she has seen trudging through Europe on their obligatory cultural Many such women miss Greer explains Are widows thrown on nothingness by the deaths of their husbands. They take the guided Tours through Venice she says but Aren t interested in Venice and really Aren t interested in each other. As a matter of fact they Long ago lost the capacity to be genuinely interested in parents of a son or. And mrs. Chester Tanner Are parents of a son born Lasi week at the Olean general hos Pital. Defeat Olean proposal for the second time this year residents of Olean have rejected a proposed million Bond Issue for construction of a new senior High school building. Send in Youk news items Carolyn Curk s Beauty shop will be closed for vacation from july 22nd be August 15th

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