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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - February 15, 1923, Smethport, Pennsylvania Democrat thurs., feb. 15, y Mckean Democrat Smethport a thurs. Feb. 15, 1923. Local Otto was an clean visitor saturday. Margaret Barker was a Brad Ford Lailor saturday. K. L. Holmes a Buffalo visitor Trio latter part of last week. Bell was confined to his Homo by illness during Tho push week. Und mrs. John Digil were guests of or. And mrs. Fred Hull of Oloan saturday. Grant Holmos of Eldrod was the guest of her sister mra. F. In. Holmes last week. K. Gregory of the Fry co. Left this week on a business trip to Roch Ester and Buffalo. C. C. Bentley of Olean will speak at St. Luke s Church at the Fri Day evening service. Mellville Gillett and daughter Phyllis left last week for a. Several weeks visit in new York. Was Ash wednesday the beginning of Lent which brings an Early easter season this year. Evelyn Wolford leis returned to her Home in Warren after a visit via Lily Reum Ivl s. Zur. At the Homo her Uncle c. Witherow. A e quark a. L. Pane of the fair Mari a. L. Pang of the Farmers Valley u. B. Church has been con fined to Hig Home by illness during the past week. Edna Freeman has gone to where she will take a three months course of study at Columbia University. Mrs. Sidney Burdick entertained at Bridge at the travellers club House on state Street monday and tuesday evenings. And mrs. Robert Dugel returned to Smethport yesterday to take up their residence after a wedding trip to new York City. Their meeting last thursday night refreshments were served by the Woodmen Lodge by a committee of members. Ellen Anderson and Elsia Sherer served refreshments at the meeting of St. Priscilla s Guild at St. Luke s Parish House monday Jas. Meguire who has been the guest of her daughter mrs. John Ruff no and family of Youngstown o., for some Timo past expects to arrive Home sunday. Are not always so it is with shoes. Monheimer added to his usual space to Tell you inside facts about walk Over shoes. Read his and. On this Page. Ladies auxiliary Bucktail Post american legion met at the Home of mrs. J. A. Lindholm monday evening. Delicious refreshments were served by the Hosteva. Smethport garage company distributors for Marmon and Stude Baker automobiles for this Section Haa accepted the Agency for the popular Overland automobiles. Ii. Redfield entertained a number of Young people at a dancing party a the Hall of the new masonic building last saturday evening in Hon or of her daughter Louise. Hamilton who is attending Saeger Jar school at Fiott Syburg pa., spent Sun Toje Betula Day with his parents. Or. And Clair White is a Buffalo Visi Tor this tonight Bradford in Quola is cupid. Fam Ham returned yesterday from a visit to Buffalo. Misses Ruth and Mary Mccarthy entertained the Branon club monday evening. Harold Booth who has been very 1u at Hep Home on water Street is somewhat improved. If. Southwick of Johnsonburg visited his Home in this Borough tuesday and wednesday. And mrs. Roy Sherwood of Bolivar n. Y., spent the week end in Smethport guests of friends. Lois Careen hns been seriously i at her Home on King Street with the flu but is now much improved. Condition of Fred Green who has been confined to his Home on King Street during the past week with flu is now much improved. Condition of will Fuller old time baseball player who has Boon ill for some time has been extremely critical during Tho past week. Saulpaugh or the service garage local Durant and Star dealer and Harry Ness drove in from Buffalo tuesday with two now Star cars. Miss Margaret Mccarthy who has relatives. Or. And mrs a m ily returned to her Home in Buffalo tuesday. Born to or. And mrs. Geno will son of Olean monday feb. 12, a son. Robert Purnell Willson. Mrs. Willson was formerly miss Mary Amster of Smethport. Mrs. E. T. Daly is convalescent after a severe attack of illness. Ruth Jones was confined to her Home the Paat week by a severe attack of illness. Albert Ryan of Baltimore is the guest of her parents or. And mrs. F. A. Burdick being called Home by the illness of mrs. Burdick whose con Tilon is such As to cause her friends much concern. Andrews of East Smethport is confined to his Home by a severe attack of pneumonia. Or. And mrs. Burdette Hall of Kane the latter a sister of or. Andrews came to Smith port sunday to care for or. Andrews the patient is reported As being much improved at this writing. And mrs. Lowell Waite son of reaver Falls pa., Wero called to Smethport last week by the death of mrs. Waite s father Fred Cleveland of Keating township. Or. Waite and son were callers at the Democrat of fice monday. They returned to Keav or Falls tuesday. Was friends Day the Smethport travellers club mid the event was fittingly observed with special program including addresses on the quiet observer by mrs. Wal Ter Daly and some old friends by mrs. Ada m. Young. Music was furnished by mrs. S. F. Redfield. Mbaker of the Saeger Glass Jar Plant in course of erection at Betula has loft for Cali fornia to superintend the laying out of a new factory in that state to a erected by a company which Nas Pur Vicinity news notes Charles Curtis was in Oloan play. Mra. A. In. Stickle in confined to he bed by illness. We understand it t to pneumonia. Joe Mather attended Tho slice breeders meeting in Smethport Satur Day. Allan Hyde came Over from Bradford and spent sunday with i family in Bast Smethport. Keating township was Well represented at court last week. Milan Andrews of East is seriously ill with pneumonia. His sister mrs. Rieur Doug Hull of Kane is at Hia bedside. Milan s friends Hope to hear of a change Tor Tho better. Mrs. Tyler of Farmers Valley was in Smethport monday. J. B. Orlatt and or. And mra. Guy Dickinson attended the of the late Fred Cleveland at Coryville sat urday. Mrs. Fred Tourso who has been very ill at the Homo of her daughter mrs Ernest Peterson of Eldred is reports improving we Are glad to say. Mrs. Ruth Conner teacher in the eighth Grade at East Smethport took her Grade to Coleville recently for a Sleigh ride. Refreshments were served at mrs. Conner s Home in Farmers Valley and a delightful time had by nil. Wilbur and son Alfred have work in Hazelhurst at present. Mrs. Mary Kautz of Forrest ave. I confined to her bed Ivy niness. Mrs. Mary acre who has been con fined to her bed most of the Winter improving in a satisfactory miss Ellen and master Richard a Hyde children of or. And mrs. B. L Hyde who have been very 111 the past week Are better at this writing. We understand mrs. Clarence pow Elt is Able to be about the House after a Long illness. Or. And mrs. Jay Stickle ant attended the funeral of mrs. Stickle s brother Fred Cleveland. Misses Bernidene and Anna Cullen were week end guests of their parents on Bush Hill. Mrs. Bobert Hamilton taking advantage of tie vacation Between semesters. Chased manufacturing rights to the building operations on ant Are it a standstill. Lamyra Lindsly t was called to Tost thursday by the death mrs7avhurlmchell of i her. Aim mrs also Endsley. N eri3 who were in Smethport Laet week cur Rotl to attend the Hamlin disc wedding loft after a visit with his parents or. Years of and mrs. . Mitchell for a sojourn in the South. T. Chases Well known local civil War Veteran returned Home sunday after a several weeks at his boy Hood Linic at Milo Maine and sur j rounding Tutvin. He reports a most delightful trip. I and mrs. J. W. Bointon and m is Helen Bouton Wero at a i social function Given by mrs. Otto Koch and mrs. Louis Koch of Urnari Ford Bradford country club last Friday evening. Schools superintendent c. W. Lyl Libik c ant principal Stanley Bright of Ihn Smethport sri mils have from where they attended the St lie educational con--1 last week. J w. Of. Inn Rind strict 10. N. Were in Franklin of last week represent in St. Luke s in inti of i rutile conv of the of Tinl City i Shin in v nil on a trip a Villi n severe that Day. Deceased was so age and death was due to an attack of heart trouble. Mrs. Had visited in Smethport on numerous Occas ions and was known to Many local residents. Sho is survived by one son. Charles Lindsey. Protessor of some or a. At the University of Cincinnati. The body taken to . X. A. Sat urday where the funeral and inti men. No purr local plays stale that Tho present epidemic of illness in Ornelli if the worst in the history of taif town. All doctors Are being kept Busy night and Ilay no of Tho sweep it Rani Iii from Oil Tiu Iloncia Grippe to a Lif lit form of flu. Miss Stella Larson who wms . Fim in k. In Home of her s sir a. For pc of Street m Nola re of diphtheria now Neil the the family resilience was removed inst week. Hon. K. D. Rottenburg former mayor of a Ion to Soucup . A Isiline in Bradford. 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