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McKean County Miner (Newspaper) - November 13, 1919, Smethport, PennsylvaniaRom k. Knapp editor and Man after vol Lvi Smethport. A. Thursday. Nov. 13, 1919 j no. 46 Home coming Celebration enjoyable even hundreds of services men entertained with program that included a Public meeting Parade banquet football game and dance menage of Welcome Tiik Burgess of Smethport is speaking for the entire Community in our appreciation of the service our boys have rendered. It is Only an attempt. Our appreciation can never be expressed for these services were . In. The interest of humanity for the ecu pc of the world these. Tiny gave their time and their energies and Stool ready to make the great sacrifice the sacral Lee of their lives that our our Jilves and our children und our own might be Safe. A Honor to this a boys their task is done but ours.remulns.1 words that we May say Here can not show them our if we May show it at All if will be in the deeds wed to uphold the principles for which they fought. They have won the War. Let us keep it wan. They have made Pur land Safe from the enemy without our task is to make it Safe from the enemy within our murders. Let us stand for americanism. Let us work h Anil in hand with every Man und every Anil every principle that promotes . And let us fact As a mortal enemy every Man and every party and every principle that hinders americanism in the language of a great . Has Dorset by great Hemm rats. Let us fur inn one the stars und strips for hut Guage and that the Lipini Inge of the Necin Ratut of Depin Dence for but and that the loyalty to the a mar can people duly in this Way show our that we Pii Relato the won. And that of Thercie Ronve tin was the nest Man to drafted from this d strict and the nation Woof Campaign of the episcopal Church Detroit Michigan. Nov. G. H. P. . Of the Arm of j. P. Morgan a and directing head of the american red Cross. Galvea emphatic Bradford schools and Kane in Mckean three teachers were victims in endorsement to the nation wide i i Luli y of Cpl Wop l Church in a letter made Public Here today. Sneak thieves the rooms noteworthy feature letter school teacher Guesta at the Wright i that u written largely from obl9ct of thl organization to to and of them stand poll of business Man in uni thu m Pup 1 a m report having had Money from of owe of new York where each week no mat them. Bessie Crosson of Nate joined in the Ter How Small. A. A. A Campaign which u be or teaching on Thrift w. Harrison Walter of Helie Fonte Greup chairman of the War savings division and Federal District no. S addressed the Mcketon county teach ers Institute last week outside there Are county it which More than 90 have organised War savings societies wan the heaviest lower As id to her is missing. She occupied a room with two other teach erg and is not Juite sure at what hour the Money was taken or l the roam door was locked All the time Tiu he. If was Cass Aud but Lar of 1 Dimy ing Nati View not Cam amen ing conducted Here As a pan of the nationwide Campaign. From this to or. Davidson endorses not Only the objects of. The Campaign but after a careful examination of the plans he i.-.00 and that they the Aurum tall i logical and. If faithfully carried out. Of Thrift by our government waa the first great thing Given to the peo ple by their government the speaker elbowed that the teaching of Thrift in our Public schools meant More than the saving pennies by the to pure aaa Thryl Stamps or the latter some change 1" i should Lead without doubt Silver. Landlord j. S. Hull iat Cly notified officers of the Law and a most rigid investigation was Start fed which is still doing carried out. Erous cases of Petty robbery have occurred. There is hardly Ever a Public gathering held without some of loss of Money or per. Serial property from some of those in attendance. The Wright House robbery especially bold piece of work As the culprits must have last to be mustered out. He spent a Cen dlr o caug1u 1o out a year in various hospitals but he act investigators fhe Neali thieves and there May be More to publish about this Case in injuries leave him Perm men tabled. He lives at Kush Equa. Wahi Tkv Smethport. Nov. 11, Smethport welcomed Home its sei1 vice men As Well As those run Keating sergeant town. 11, the an. Diff ursary of armistice Day. Fully service men in uniform were present on this Long to be remember occasion various i Onisim spared no pains to Sec tha i Niy Carrie d out. To the. The soldiers and there is m Nur i Vlon but that the boys fell the Verity and warmth of the and that a number came Home to u Many uninjured and thai tie Mennen Werum. Jack Johnson. Heavies. As As you Ilku. No u. The . A Suc out Conie. Or. Davison o letter is addressed to it. Rev. Arthur s. Lloyd. D. A president of the Board of missions of the. Kalian wide Cump akm committee. In. Letter or. Davis of says "1 desire to Talce this Opportunity o 4.0 you my deep feelings of thank Fullem that the Church re Alizes in. A Large Way the great opportunities Tor service which Are be fore we were Able during the War period to create a great world wide organization for Relief of the suffer ing resultant from the conflict and under tha. Noble. Impulses Winch infant son died Ernext Frederick two months old son of or. And mrs. E. G. Peterson the danc i surely la Tang of 0 spirit of a joyous the Day. Members of the u. A. ,11. Arid so War veterans were also of the Community and participated in Alc festivities of the Day. Following a proclamation of bursts Warley Gifford business c Ikon v. Clark Smethport to few. of. I -v.-j-. In the lighting near Hai Njau t Lien a. Was struck by j a i i i of badly wounded in the foot. To is a son of or was and mrs. Linos. H. Clark Climax to the Day s proceed legs and is not. Hie slightest question in thai the boys thoroughly enjoyed ii most lives. It was their own dance by the pc pee they .0 have no detail a nement neglected in milking i Ady Tor enjoyment. Service men were Luv Lud to at the High school ii an Kii Iii the acid Many them availed the Insi Lvi of this we. It a Well Worth seeing i Ifill int. Lilt the Wel in no towards he com of the rain lir to and sern Iid the t. Biff a the r Ilia foal line was snit port scored it and Over impiety which service men in line and the sight Wae an inspiring one and Many were the expressions of thankfulness that Many of these Fine Young men came Back to us. The town was quite extensively decorated for the occasion while the dining room at the m. E. Church court House and lyceum showed the de Day s each service Man was requested to invite two la. Dies and As a consequence the crowd was composed of those nearest Antt Dearest and a very enjoyable time was the result. Quirk s orchestra music. The dance program follows .1. Vitiz. Bang. Touch of artistic hands. The next important event was the banquet to service men which was nerved in the basement of the m. E. This Rich. The menu included 2. G. I. Can. 3. Jerry. 4. Big Bertha. I. Sea bags. Duds. _ 7. French 75. 8. Boi car. 9, one for pave. 10. Of loaning Liza. Ii. To to. James r. Scot Den killed in action while with the american forces engaged in breaking the ii Ortenburg line. Sunday septem her. 1918. A. Ben son of Colegrove was wounded so badly at the same time that his Olgh Arm had to be amputated. Privat Scowden was a son of or. And or Leon Scowden of banners Valley. Or of Levi potential influx no upon to town which Wero the fled of Toat tie. And Many of Thea problems Are incapable of solution except in the 1 get of to teachings of christianity to grip and hold permanently for the. Service of the nation and Liuji Ianuly j this Force Wlinich that exec uncles of the Var. Brought into play is a task for which the t Hurch is peculiarly i Havo looked into the for Tho organization of thu Campaign and Lam say in Opin Lun i they sound Ami log a . If faithfully carried out., should Lead everything that bought with a much care As if were Money itself. The purpose of great move ment is to make savers of Money to teach our people the value of Money How to use it and How to invest it. Doubt to a 511 red Cross you out under stand intends to labor on in peace a Herbert Smith icel i up a Herman charge with la War. But it welcomes the Fellowship of tha Church in the held which is gun after six comrades had Large enough far All and where there is an Especial task for the Church which t believe your nation wide Campaign is Well designed to equip it to the following named persons have been appointed by Rev. W. E. Van Dyke. Rector of St Luke s Church ass to conduct an canvass of All com ii a killed around him and founded. Voung Smith s whole Greer has been one of1 adventure. been award i five medal for i Terent acts of bravery he is a i of mrs. Martin doubles of Cros and came Home from. The. War Bradford my Defeated. The Smethport High school foot Ball team discovered themselves with startling suddenness in the game Bradford last saturday and As a consequence romped away with by a score of is to i. Bradford was played it its feet at touchdown coming As a rare of Luck during the final Quarter. It would hardly he fair to Point out in instances of Brilliant play As every Man in the Smethport machine played the game for All there was in him and the result was a Well earned Victory. Those who had observed the work of the Smethport learn in previous games were sure that the material was there for a hard fight ing outfit and it. Seemed suddenly u Dawn upon the Smethport boys sat urday that they were just As Good As the other Trien proceeded to demonstrate that they were better. Ith an English wife. H lit u i i they have one death of mrs Champlain sunday morning. Nove Niber 9. 1919 occurred the death of mrs. America of ciiryville., widow of the ate Asa Champlain. Who preceded Ier to the great beyond about three months ago. Mrs. Champlain has been health for the past year and Avn cuday of last week suffered stroke of paralysis. She is survived by two sons t daughters several Grandc Alldren and great grandchildren who Are left to mourn the loss which can never be filled. Mrs. Champlain was Well and highly respected throughout the county and deat h be. Sin Cerely mourned by All. The funeral services were held at her late Home in Coryy Llie tuesday two o clock and burial made at Frisbee cemetery. Chair of the Parish Lairman ceo. W. Mitchell. Coat strike ended. Representatives of the striking Telners agreed monday to comply with a mandate of United states Dos trim Coin Green Dora Keenan. Guy b. Mayo Emma Mccandless. Mrs. Givy. Mccoy. Mrs. W. H. Moral mrs. Is f. Redfield Hon. A h. Redfield e. A. Studholme. The following named persons will be known f. D. Gallup Esq., Thos. son Esq. E. G. Potter Esq each member so appointed on the committee will act As Captain of a team of three or More communicants of their own choosing by Whon known the Campaign will be conducted. Methodist episcopal Church Large congregations arc hearing cooked food Sale the w. C. T. U. Will hold a cooked food Sale at Karlen s tailor shop. Saturday nov. 15, at o clock. Fried cakes Home and a specially. A. One Good cow fresh in january and one Heifer fresh in March. W1. H. Brown Ormsby a. With profit the Short series of ser Anderson and res order. For some hours grave danger threatened As organized labor through its leaders pledged support to the miners and a Short time the situation was not pleasant to contemplate. The finally prevailed however and the strike or Der was recalled. Representatives of the strikers and operators have been called to Washington where a attempt will be made to adjust Ihler differences. Happily married miss Edith Welch of Kane formerly of Sinet port and Dodge of Kane a former member of co. E. 112th regt. Were United Iii marriage november 8. 1919, at Warren. Pa., Mons being preached in the Char ii. They Are stimulating suggestive. And satisfying. Follow the crowd. Sermon subject next sunday Morling self lost and above by Swisher. Pastor of the meth for rent. Room for one car in private Call or phone., mrs. Harry l. Backus. .--not1cei to All Claranett Dairy patrons. To will discontinue Selling saturday november 16. A. Miller. Milk Dolst Church. Or. And mrs Dodge will reside in Kane. A. Conference at St. Luke s conference on the nation wide Campaign will be held in St. Lobe s Parish House wednesday at p. M. And m. And thursday at and p. M. V the very Rev d a r. Van meter Dean of St. Paul s Cathedral. Erie a. And mrs Sarah v Stackpole of Ridgway will speak., to be present. All Are urged

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