Mckean County Democrat in Smethport, Pennsylvania
14 Sep 1967

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14 Sep 1967

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McKean County Democrat (Newspaper) - September 14, 1967, Smethport, Pennsylvania Page two 1 a ill pm a september Mckean county Democrat co., pa., thu., state Moor Stroup Draper Henry a. Satterwhite publisher and editor Kenton c. Abbey mrs. Theta Youkers managing editor society editor Pennsylvania 16749 second class at published thursday publication office. S Oca of Smethport and Vicinity Joyce Wells expects to this weekend for Pitts Burgh where she will resume her studies at the Pittsburgh Art Kirkpatrick and Jack Kerr of Philadelphia were the former s cousins and mrs. Eugene Lewis of Pauline Wells and daughter Joyce spent a few Days this week in Harrisburg As the guests of mrs. Wells and mrs. Paui Marvin St. They left sunday to resume their studies at Temple University on monday. Guests of or. Ant Arnold Austin of Pierce Brook Road were or. And mrs William Storey or. And mrs Allen Austin and children Steve and Nancy Elizabeth James Austin of Silver Spring my. Or. And mrs. David Nobl ocl and mrs. Lcona no Bloch of Erie Glenn Mencer returned Home the weekend from Bradford Hospital where she had been a pneumonia patient. Diehl of Farmers Valley was admitted to Brad Ford Hospital Over the weekend. And airs. Russell Den Ning of w. Green St. Spent the weekend at the Home of their daughter mrs. James Winslow and family in Taylor Mich. Susan Berkwater the daughter of or. And mrs. George Berkwater of Green St., was called Home by the death of her Grandfather Ellis Berkwater. Lance Cpl. Pat Foley who is convalescing at the naval at Philadelphia spent the weekend Here with his parents county detective and mrs. Gordon Foley of Nelson St. And mrs. Merle Stevens and daughter Janet of Shingle were saturday guests of or. And mrs. John Gustafsun of Bank St. And mrs. Al Bert w. Johnson left sunday for Washington a. C., after spending Soma time Here at their Home on Franklin St. Mrs Laffee Smith of Roulette were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Henry Smith of Center St. Paul Nourse and mrs. John Keller were Jamestown n. Y., visitors wednesday of last week. Frank Morgan former teacher in the Smethport schools and her sister mrs. Alice mor Rey of Roulette were the guests of mrs. Francis quirk thursday at the Smethport country club. Marie Stickle of me chanic St. Is visiting her son and family at Pittsburgh. Her sister mrs. Maxine Scallon of Oneida n. Y., is spending this week with their father r. Sasse. Ant mrs. Darrell Raught and children of Snow shoe pa., were recent guests of or. And mrs. Ralph Gustafson and fam ily and mrs. Wayne Burt and family and her Mother mrs. Anna Carpenter of Willow St. Peggy Goodwill Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Stewart Goodwill of Marvin St., will leave tomorrow for Erie where she will enter nurses training school of the Erie infants Home and Hospital. She will study the care and training of Handicap Ped and retarded children. Anderson was a Busi Ness visitor in Wellsboro wednesday of last week. Carolyn Stroup has resumed her studies at the prac tical Bible training school in Johnson City n. Y., after spend ing her summer vacation Here with her parents Rev. And mrs. W. L. Stroup of e. King St. And mrs. Andy Hileman and or. And mrs. Kenneth Daugherty were in Valley forge saturday where they attended the dedication of the masonic Lodge statue of George Washington at prayer and free Dom s foundation at forge Encampment. More than persons were in attend Ance at this affair. A catering service from Philadelphia served More than people at a dinner that evening. On sunday the Hilemand and Daugherty toured the Gettysburg Battle Field. Carrie mrs. Howard Wright and mrs. Geor Fiarina Sample were Olean visitors last Friday. A reels or. Gingrich. Hileman who is employed in it. Ind., is spending this week with his parents or. And mrs. A. Z. Hile Man of Union St. During his vacation he has visited his Sis Ter mrs. Vincent Yannello and family in Buffalo and another sister mrs. Robert Rehkopf and family in Rochester. He plans on visiting his Robert and family in Pittsburgh some time this week. And mrs. Harold l. Lind Quill accompanied by mrs. Alta Woodmancy of Eldred spent the weekend at Bingo am ton n. Y., with their sister and Mother mrs. N. A. Nicholas and mrs. Of b. Fidler. And mrs. Frank Chubon accompanied their daughter Julie to Indiana last week. Miss Chubon is a member of the freshman class at Indiana state University of Pennsylvania. Anna Carpenter mrs. Jesse Raught mrs. May Rich of _ Mary Euen daughter of mrs. Thelma Draper of at lactic City n.j., and Lite . Liam Lamar Stroup jr., son of the Rev. And mrs William l. Stroup St. St Smethport were United in marriage at 6 ., aug 4. Tax it v. Or. Stroup of he regular Baptist Church Carfl elated at few doot ring with aisle Tarot to Row ,.riv. Wit Scott. If Bartlit Church in Atlantic City a Tare candlelight ceremony look place. Wedding selections were offered by Margaret Akron Hance of Brigantine n. J., vib and 6 at lactic City organist. The Bride was escorted by her Broth Cri John Schiffli embroidered appliques enhanced her. Silk organza gown and wat Tea ii train. Jewel trimmed Flo wer clusters held her tiered bouffant veil of French illusion and with a White Bible she carried a of White tinted miniature c Lions and nosegay or the by toe brides Sld. A reception was the Church and later one was held Home. Will be at 3825 Terrace Karaj City to. I where they Are k caly try Bible mrs. Kate Bailey mrs. Kate i. Bailey 76, of Svet port , 1 died at Saturday at the port Alle Najiy Community Hospital after an illness of one year. She was Conrin Wharton a sept. 20, 1890, the daughter of Thi late. Cornelius and Mary Peterson Brooks. She was mar ried to Isaac a Bailey of aug 13, 1913, in died in 1962. Mrs. Bailey had resident in this area for the past 55 mrs. Bailey was a member of the. Bella. Methodist Church v v n v Giyen Ray salaries of we Sheri ind Man igers in school Caf uterus will be raised a month Smethport 3oard of education members decided at their meeting Here tuesday this tanagers at schools. 5n Cyclone Farmers Valley Hazelhurst Smethport element Ary Smith port High the cafeteria at East Smethport has been Dit continued Board also hired Richard As audio visual specialist for 12 months his will be paid title i Federal funds it was explained. His. Base will be for this school year for the june ,6-aug 31jm968, fed Gross seeks Harry Bowers Perint Endert reported that school enrolment is students Over last year total. Of this 126 enrolled in kindergarten .773 in High school and 846 in Elereen. Roses miniature carnations and baby breath. Steven a. Hargrove of West Over ., was Best Man and Ushers were Edwin Stroup brother of the bridegroom Fred Campbell of Absecon j Peter Nestor of Pleasantville a. J., and Vincent Griffis of Johnson City Mrs. William go intr of pleasant Villa Walitis i Matron of Hctor. Breda maids Ware Christina go intr it str of Groom Carolyn Stroup Ethal of Wayland mm., and Carolyn Atlantic City. Chantilly lace and Aqua chif Fon gowns were worn Over Taf feta by the bridal attendants whose headpieces were Pill boxes of fresh daisies and baby a breath. Car ried a Cascade of yellow Rose and the women s society of Ury Christian service of the Church. Board voted i a sabbatical surviving Are two sons Ray mond Bailey re 1, smell part. And. Glethia b a Iley Smethport three grandchildren two Sisters mrs. Bruce Peters Coudersport mrs. Peters Wharton and several nieces and nephews. The funeral service was con ducted tuesday in the Fry funeral Home by the Rev. Ralph b. Kilburn pastor of the port a legacy and Bella methodist the Rev. Thomas Berkholder of swedish free Christian evangelical Church Smethport. Interment was in Rose Hill cemetery. Bearers were Arthur Gallup link Kennedy William Razey James Miller Edwin Stranburg and Avery Brown. Ardson mrs. Ralph Gustafson and mrs. arid child Ren were in Pittsburgh Satur Day to attend the wedding of miss Kennedy to Donald Carpenter. Or. Carpenter is a grandson of mrs. Anna Carpen and mrs. Paul Fitch were in Franklin sunday to Call on mrs. Goldie. Acker former resident of East Smethport who is a patient in or Galbreath s nursing Home in that City. And mrs. Thomas Pierce and children Shelia Susan and Steven returned to their Home in Queens Village n. Y., Sun Day after spending ten Days Here As the guests of his Mother mrs. Frances Pierce. Nancy Beere returned to Philadelphia sunday where she has resumed her teaching duties. She teaches English Temple University. Herriman Julie Mckeirnan Lynn Hagg Manscel Wells and Gary. Spresley returned to Clarion this week to re sume their studies at Clarion state College after spending their summer vacations with their parents. And mrs. Lyle Tanner of East Smethport were guests of or. And mrs. Robert Vogel last sunday. A mrs. Gordon Dickinson of Allentown pa., were guests last week of mrs. Nora Dickinson of Holms St., and Merle Dickinson and family. Keith r. Mundt pastor of the seven Ali Day adventist Bradford spoke meeting of the f Smethport i rotary. Club l rhe spoke on the history re Ligion government and the ple of his native Burma. He told Bis audience that what impressed me the United Stales was the. Democracy and Fellowship among All he added. That i n his country one must contend with the caste Tys Man of the Smethport Cross chapter s committee in charge of sending Christmas gift bags to men serving with the armed forces in Vietnam made a peal to rotarians to support the x. Hubert presi Dent of the rotary club informed members that the meeting of county society or crippled children would be held in Bradford s hotel at . Included mrs. Span Ogle h. Trappenburg Stam Fordi ., David Rossi Corid resport James Brad Fred r. Joseph Herger All of port and Raymond Euzabeth i Smethport at the annual Catholic Contra eternity of Christian doctrine convention at Villa Maria cup saturday and sunday. Attending the convention were Victory Noll Sisters and. Agatha Marie members mrs. Mary Dibble mrs. Patricia Carter Cadette brer Inari and. Mrs Marr Jaret Lee the keynote address adult Christian education the key to the Church was Given by the Rev. John b. Schultz the liturgical Comer s participating in various work shops were Sisters of mercy Mission helpers of sacred heart Victory Noll Sisters missionary of holy spirit and Sisters of the closing t ceremonies were presided Over by Bishop Alfred m. Watson of tiediocese., of Erie Bishop Watson delivered a homily cd and the year of of. Tai american Cross has been1 a suced by r regional Era to make and fill gift b eave for mrs. Weaver during the first she eaches in Smethport. Elem ii Ary. Mrs. Pard treasurer was authorized to from the Hain one Bank Trust Coto meet current expenses of. Sending collection taxes. Edward Harmon resigned As Secretary of the Smethport funeral service for mrs Mary area school Board. Or. A. Comes 84, 4_smeth also. Resigned As a who died in the port Al the township Board because he legacy Curtis mrs. Mary a. Comes is moving to because of this change of ires mrs Hanrion is ineligible to serve either As a member of the Keating twp. School Board or As of the Smethport area school Board the audit by Helms . Was approved. Eric Arr Edward e. Walker 82, of 42 b Ank St. Smethport died a . Tuesday in the for Allegany Hospital where he had be ii a patient since sept. 7 Nen in Vietnam. Hop have a Christmas gift bag for i every Abler bodied Man in Viet Nani. Gifts Formen in hospitals will . An other Holmes Spanogle Chau Man of the project for Smith port chapter has a ust of a j l it and mrs. James Hockenbery of Pittsburgh spent the called on his aunt miss Ruth Walker who is a patient in the p Allegany Nurs ing Home. -1 Dir thy Scott is attend ing the University of Pittsburg Bradford Campus. And mrs. Kenton c. Abbey accompanied Al Weir Daugh ters Betsey and Kay to in Diana and Pittsburgh last week. Betsey enrolled As a member of the varsity of Pittsburgh and Kay is a freshman at Indiana state University of Pennsylvania. Fay Fiss Julia Fay 73, of Easi sme Niport a retired member of the Smethport school faculty died tuesday at her Home Fol lowing a Long illness. She was bom march110, 2894, in Smethport the daughter of the late Peter and Alico o Hara Fay. She was a member of St. Elizabeth s Church. Surviving is one Niece mrs. Kenneth Thomas of Speedway ind. The funeral service will be conducted Friday at 10 . In St. Elizabeth s Church and interment will be in the Parish cemetery. The Rosary will be recited tonight at 8 in the Lee funeral Home. Married the wedding of Peggy Ann Swansor daughter sept. 5, yrs held at Ler residence at 2 Friday. The Rev William l. Stroup of he. Regular Baptist Church officiated. Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery v bearers were i Charles Van Elmer Olson James James Eddy Bra Man Hyde and Willuam comes Peggy of or. And mrs. Russell Swanson of Smith port 4, and Kenneth a. Morris son of or. And mrs. Kenneth a. Of 690 South ave., Bradford took place wednesday sept. 6. Or. And mrs. Thorn As. Zukoski vere attendants for the couple Ehos e will be at 143 Elm St., Bradford. The Bride. Is a graduate of the Smethport area High school and or. Morris from bad Ford High school. He is employed by the National transit. Co. Social sotes ladies auxiliary of the Norwich Volunteer fire depart meet will have a Public Smor gosh Ord sunday beginning a In the Crosby Hall. Proceeds will be used for the construction of an addition to the fire Hall. I William Mckeirnan miss Julie Mckeirnan mrs. Syl via Capeletti mrs. Ida Faes Betty Faes entertained sunday afternoon at a bridal Shower at Gateway lanes in w. Main is. Ext. Honouring miss Louise Faes Bride elect of Dan Nis Maynard. The wedding will take place saturday oct. 7, in St. Elizabeths Catholic Church. Fall luncheon meeting of District 11, past matrons of the order of the Eastern Star will be held saturday sept. 23, St. Luke s altar Guild memorials recent contributions to the altar Guild memorial fund of St. Luke s episcopal Church smell part in memory of Gordon f weeks of Kenmore v. Keenan. In memory of r. Gates of it. V. Keenan. In memory of Harry Feitig of v. Keenan. I. Wedding anniversary and Raught of Smethport who were married sept. 2, 1922 at Evans City celebrated their. 45th wedding anniversary at the Home of mrs. Raught s brother in Law and Sis Ter or and mrs. Howard mor Gan of j he had been in ill health for the past two years he was born in East Smith Porf nov 14 1884, the son of pie late Thomas and Eldorado rip pie Walker. His wife the former Inez Robbins died in 1925. Walker was a member of St. Luke s episcopal Church. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Margaret Goodnoe of and mrs. Harold Cassabon of bolivar., Five grandchildren i nine great grand children one. Brother James of. East Smethport and several nieces and he Chews. The funeral service will be conducted. Friday at 2 In the Fry funeral Home by the Rev. Calvin. R. Rector of St. Luke s episcopal Church. Interment will be in Rose Hill cemetery. Card of thanks we wish to. Express our heart Felt appreciation for the Many acts of Kin Driess rendered to us during our. Recent bereavement. Family of the late mrs. Katie a. Bailey card of thanks we wish to express our heart be necessary a co opera Tiki for of. Residents of the Community response has been most Gratifying but much to be done. It Many people will participate in this project which affords a Chance to help bolster the morale of Piir fighting men in a1, Small but effective Way. Individuals. Or organizations wishing to help provide gift bags May Spanogle 887-5822. The packages must be checks May Lifa de Able fund and mailed to 205. Smethport. Donations May be left at the office of Smethport Auto parts or Given to mrs. Theta Youkers office of Mckean county Democrat. Here is a Chance to place the name of a in Viet Nani on your Christmas gift list. Auxiliary installation officers of the auxiliaries 6t two. American1. Legion posts Brick Tail Post Smethport and John Berg memorial Post 976, will be installed after dinner monday Light in the Smethport legion mrs Mary Jane Price of Bradford legion auxiliary Western director for Elk War Ren Forest and Cameron coun ties will be the installing offi cer. Reservations May be made by calling mrs. Lena Petruzzi 887-5865. Felt appreciation for the Many acts of kindness rendered w us during our recent bereavement. Family of the late George a. Rockefeller move Here or. And mrs. Robert Arduino and family of Smith have moved into Carl Kohn Home on w. King Street. Bride elect. Honoured 1 mrs. William Mckeirnan miss Julie mrs. Sylvia Cappelletti mrs. Ida Faes and mrs. entertained at a held sunday at the Gateway lanes honoured was miss Faes Bride elect of Dennis Maynard. The wedding will take place oct -.7 at St Elizabeth s cat hello Church a or of of Safe mrs. Wendover Nefus of Hudson n. Y., were monday and Over night guests of the former s Mother in Law mrs. Nellie Bene dict of w. Main St. And mrs. Galen Stilson of East Smethport spent Friday and saturday with relatives in Emlenton. To their respective schools colleges and universities after spending their sum Mer vacations Here at their Homes Are Romona Miller or. And mrs. John g. Shimko Caro Stroup Shirley Nobles to practical Bible training school Johnson City n. Kenneth Stanton Baptist Bible school Johnson City n. Larry Berkholder Southland Bible Institute Pikesville by. Judy Johnson Robert s Wesleyan College North Chili n. Rob Jert Johnson University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Wayne Shimko Bob Jones University Greenville s. Paul and Janet Zink Wheaton College Wheaton 111. And mrs. of Ormsby returned monday from a week s vacation with relatives in Pennsylvania. In Gayle Austin of the Navy left tuesday for Mayport fla., where a will Board the ship uss Shangrila after spend ing a ten Day furlough with i wife and his parents or. And mrs. Arnold Austin. Arnold expects to leave for the Mediterranean in november. His wife and baby daughter Diana a Nate will remain Here with relatives. Odist Church at Johnsonburg. Reservations Are requested by the 19th, Call mrs. Evelyn win slow 887-5808. Members of the Royal neighbors held a Buffet supper at the colonial hotel tuesday evening. Quirk entertained the members of the fortnightly club at a luncheon at the Colon Ial hotel wednesday followed by Bridge at her Home on e. Main St. Eastern Star Phoenix chapter 15, order of the Eastern Star had its first meeting of the fall. Mrs. Ros worthy Matron and mrs. Nell Armstrong associate Matron who served As delegates to the 73rd annual convention of the grand chapter held in pills Burgh in june gave detailed reports eight members having birthdays and wedding anniversaries during july August and september were honoured. Refreshments were served by mrs. Rita quirk chairman miss Dor Othy Daugherty mrs. Marjorie Delaney mrs. June Van Dyke and mrs. Margaret Wil Liams. A. Irvine entertained the members of the Canasta club saturday evening at her Home on w. Main St. Frances Starsky entertained the members of the wednesday luncheon club at her Home on w. King St. Wednesday. Bowers superintend ent of the Smethport area school District will be guest speaker monday evening at 8 o clock when the Farmers Valley Parent teacher association hold their first monthly meeting for the school year. The meeting will be held in the school auditorium and a special introduction of teachers will take place. Be served by the executive committee. Mary Edith Peterson entertained the members of Chib eight tuesday evening at her Home on King St. Grace Pauline Dunn and mrs. Phyllis card will be hostesses for ladies Day today at the Smethport country club. A pcs to meet tonight the first meeting of the new season of the Smethport meth Odist woman s society of Chris Tian service is scheduled to Start at 8 tonight in the Harris class room of the Church. Members of Circle .4 will pre sent the program and refresh ments will be served by Circle card of thanks we wish to express our heart Elt appreciation for the Many acts of kindness rendered to us during our recent bereavement. Family of the late Edward e. Walker parents of twins or. And mrs. James e. Boga rus of Coryville Are the parents of twins a son and Daugh Ter born on monday sept. 11, in the port Allegany Hospital. Card of thanks we wish to express our heart Felt appreciation for the Many acts of kindness rendered to us during our recent bereavement. Family of the late mrs. Marvin s. Comes Are you Good enough to work in Pennsylvania move Here or. And mrs. Lee Cleveland have moved from Cyclone to the o Brien House which they recently purchased. Why Are to Many industries building in Pennsyl Vania Why Are so Many growing and expanding in the state sure the Busi Ness climate is Good. Sure Pennsylvania is the. Heart of the greatest Market area of the nation sure Penn Sylvania offers the educational opportunities the Nat ural resources the transportation and Forward looking government Industry wants today. But above All Ever since the earliest colonial Days Pennsylvania has enjoyed a reputation for the skill and performance of its working people. It is a Quality of excellence that has never been lost. Today Pennsylvania offers great opportunities for i Good workers Pennsylvania Type workers from every level of the highest technical knowledge to the All important men who actually produce the products that Are helping to make Pennsylvania to prosperous today. Can Yon qualify for a Pennsylvania Type Job can one of a Trie s sponsored by the Pennsylvania newspaper publishers association and presented is a Public Semcer As part of ills Nezip ate r s partic Ifa Uon in woo Etc Arlo aug few keel club Kun group. You shoulder to shoulder with the men who ate building the image of excellence in if you can Pennsylvania offers you a splendid Opportunity. Now. And for with the greatest Iwig you can find anywhere. If you Are Good enough this is your Chance to prove it for information about living and current Job opportunities j in the , write to j 1 . Box 3365, Shirri Burf Toni Sylvania 17101 i a 1 mints present j Job preference or Inui i a area interested in

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