Page 1 of 17 Apr 1919 Issue of Mckean County Miner in Smethport, Pennsylvania

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McKean County Miner (Newspaper) - April 17, 1919, Smethport, PennsylvaniaAllied band flourishing condition the Smethport Allied band been in existence one year. Oranita 1. N Man gtd to going the War although there were Elmea Wicen enlistments and the draft were making inroads on the membership that it seemed the undertaking would Bare to be abandoned but the band managed to get along some War and generally on hand to help the quart escort the to the thu and attend to other patriotic outlet. It pleasing to state that a Goat All the service men returned beet of All uninjured the hand has progressed finely during the past year under Tia directorship of j. Johnston much credit or the time Aid Effort he has devoted to the Orgain for the coming year the band will be under the direction of Frank Portia Well known throughout this Tec Uon of the country As an excellent my capable bandleader. John Hull deserve much credit for his of. Liru to keep the band As a scatter of fact but Tor Hla untiring individual the organization would not be in existence today. Let John do has become a band slogan and John is always on the Job. Follo wlm Are the names of the elected the ensuing year. President manager John Hull. Elmor quirk director. Frank Purtle 7 tru Tefs Fred and graduates prom syr acum Hospital training school among. Who graduated hut week from the Syracuse Mem Lunf Petal training school if Siar Hejri Elli abet Ter of mrs. Anna Stark of Smethport. The Syracuse Herald a of sixteen of the memorial Hospital training Itic Hool presented with at. The annual graduation exercises last vening in the ballroom at Onon Aga. The presentation was by mrs. F. S. President. Of the memorial Board of the have completed three ears they Are Algne Kallberg syr Marian Elisabeth Stark Geneva Mew Sarah Hetty Glndon and Flora , Syracuse Lorena Mexico Virginia May Wright. Syracuse Helen Ruth Mitchell Norwich. Ruth Gertrude Potter Cort land Grace Rop Llu Lari Way Cleveland miss Clair Allerton Walt Syracuse miss Myra Olive miss Rowena Richardson Weed Avort miss Helen Ancilla Kel y. Hornell Carolyn Rymell and Anna Brenetta Rymell. Sayre pa., and miss Eva Beatrice Norli. Port Cheater. Canada. During the exercises. Commencing the Young women for the Succena Ift completion of their studies were Given by or. Henry w. Shoe neck of and Princi Jam one Hundredth anniversary i. Kane Lodge no. 411 j. Of o. Of. Kane pa., will celebrate on april St the one Hundredth anniversary of founding of Odd Fellowship in ice librarian Fred Anderson. The personnel of the hand ii Ai Anderson Russell Lyndi Ley j. J. Johnston Alford both Eddie Oiler land Jamee quirk Rotor t Thegel Wade Burdock How Tuny Ijo. Fred sur Lingame Al emf. Fork Priam brands quirk entertainment course a meeting of was held last Friday evening at which time it a to arrange for a lyceum to verse of entertainments for next a Aid Winter. As a consequence Mai l Klyhn of the White entertainment Boston was in town Mon Tey making Harangee Rients for the course. The entertainments selected Swanee River Quad news an elaborate program a. Ranged. Main features of which e a Parade in which and affiliated will Jar Tecl Pale after which the grand Lodge of will Confer the grand Gree. Will Aloo be one of the subordinate Lodge exemplified. A Public meeting will held in opera House in evening at which will be by grand Roy d grand treasurer usher a. Hall and grand c. Hanyen. The orchestra from the Odd Fel lows Home at Meadville will be pres ent and furnish the music in the even. there will also be a dance in the lyceum in the evening. Invitations have been to More than lodges and Many of them have already accepted the invitation and signified their in Tonton of bringing a band. It is expected that will the grandest Day in the history of Odd Fellowship in this part of the country. April 7, Elf m. Fuher and Anna Jane Lee both on. Michael and. Josephine Mary Benedict both of run. April 9. Harry Hepler and Viola Mentor both of Kane. A. April 10, Hardy of Rew Chy and bilse Simpson of Coleville a. April 11. Nicola Egnella and Tom Bulte both of Bradford a set Nalaa pee Ora and Matilda car who both of Bradford a Benjamin Elisabeth Williamson both of Bradford. Bort Janue Guncheon and Anna mar Getret Wyler both of Olean n. T. April 14, Ray Fowler and Lillian Margaret of Duke Center a. April s. J. B. Mcclellan and wife to Francis Butterworth Bradford of a. Only eleven but he lands imprison Peter Brothers and wife to Fred p. Conners. Wetmore. A Willis and wife to Engle Bradford. of Lincoln school. Current at travellers club v. A. A. Met requirements. Rev. Van Oak. In a Drew. The topic of the Day at the regular meeting of the Praet port travellers club saturday afternoon current s. W. Workley and Ian. R. Kesslerjr. Went in the main feature of the literary pro gramme was a talk by the Rev. W. B. Who demonstrated the use of the mask by the men at the front and recounted some of his experiences while serving with the y. C. A. Attached to the 7th division in the British area on the his Denburg line. Or. Vandyke the fact that the v. . A. Needs no defense methodist episcopal Church on easter sunday morning there will be a Celebration of the holy com Munion at a. M., to be followed by the usual service at Lorijo a. Order service. All Hall Immanuel choir. Hymn lit. The apostles Creed. Prayer on the lord s prayer in con Christ aah Cert Anthem utter. Coloured men. Including Amerl greatest coloured Basso. John h. Is and nobly and the ship was finally worked to the american coast. Cecil who is a son of Rufus Reynolds of this place was in the thick of around Chail Tea ii until severely gassed on August 8 and compelled to. Sony weeks in hospitals is now apparently in the Best of. Health. Service at swedish lutheran be . S. Larson of Ahogany will conduct easter services in the swedish lutheran Church on sunday afternoon at 2 o clock. An easter programme been arranged. For Sale or exchanges i Are Pilario Rand Stool in Good con . adv. 14 w-3-xxx e. A. Studholm coming Home e. A. Studholme who has been in a. . A. Work in Europe for the past ten months from Bordeaux. Tuesday on the steamship a Chicago. He arrive in a to York. Saturday april. 26. And will undoubtedly be Able to return to his Home Here or. Studholme is. President of the Grange National Bank and Active in general business and agriculture in civil life hut he left them nil to do his duty As it when the country asked for Noble men in they. C. A. Potted plants Kcf Koiter. See about them today at id a Wei. A. Bras tens notice the Olds Rod and gun club have posted their lands and have patrolmen of them Olds Rod

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