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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - June 28, 1928, Smethport, Pennsylvania Democrat thursday june 28, 1928 Page fivi3 Democrat Smethport pa., thursday june 28, 1928 local Penci Lings Mary Lussey i ii i Iii red the Hulk s of the five Hundred club it 11 six o clock Dinar Home set us Duy. Ralph in Erzoff entertained Tho monday Bridge club at i i Home on West main Belreet monday after noon. C. N. Long entertained n a tarty i Fulks in Huntur us ii a son silly s inti birthday anniversary tuesday afternoon. Katherine Idun Getford entertained a. A party of friends at Bridge it her Imine on kit Abr Street monday evening. Beautiful Home of a d. Conies on Kint Street recently been painted. Engstrom Hros. Of Sineti porec Lead Tho contract ii. Stickles painting co has finished the extensive. Job of Hunting the Mckoan residence at the Corner of main and Mechanic streets. The Beautiful Honie presents a most nope Trunce. I Rye of Smethport people were in Al Radburd tuesday evening to witness the Parade and g. We. Mitchell is ill at his Home on West Street. E mrs. Carrie Backus of Olean is a guest of mrs. Carrie Clark. John Apple and John Cooper were Buffalo visitors last thursday. John and George Mitchell of Erie Are guests of relatives Here Mill p. and family of Bell Vernon. 1 a., ire visiting mrs. Beeley acre of Wrights Corners. Alice Johnson of Luff no is a visitor 111 Youngsville this week. Miss Kathryn Field was a nest of re huh is in a . Last week. Mrs. Murian Rice of Clermont was a business visitor in town monday. Mrs. I achy of Shell eld. Is the guest of mrs. Merle a Ickinson. Emma Pistner of duo is is the Agnesc of Bacon i and mrs. M. F. Kelly returned tuesday from a few Jayd visit in Akron Ohio. John in Naiad is entertaining the Sophia society this at Lernon at the Van lad Camp. Miss Genevieve Kelly and miss Clarissa Backus motored to Buffalo undo and aunt. Comes the past e. Yerdon of Jamestown visiting miss Margart l mrs. A. Y., Bacon. Jack Cooper entertained the card i Lub afternoon at her Drill of the zem zem Mystic shrine Home. Band Anil Purol of Erie. Phyllis orzo of has returned visit with relatives in number of the ladies of the Smethport country club attended one o clock luncheon it the Kane country club tuesday. Archie Macdougald is suffer ing from laryngitis and the pulpit of Tho methodist episcopal Church was most acceptably filled by principal Stanley Bright sunday morning. It was decided to adopt the usual sum Mer custom of beginning Church at 10 o clock and sunday school at for Tho summer months beginning next sunday. M. Frisbee son of or. Anil mrs. M. Frisbee of Glendora calif., was a graduate it the Citrus High school. There Wero seventy three members of the class. Mrs. Prisble was formerly Millie Southwick who resided on Tho East Valley Road on the farm known As the Southwick Placo and was Well known locally. Now building to be erected at the Warren state Hospital will be named the Rufus barred atone build ing in Honor of the prominent Brad Ford citizen who was named a director in 1880. Or. Stone is the oldest trustee of the Board. Sailed Satur Day from new York for Sweden where he will visit Hia old Home in Smoland Tenor. Or. Well strand is a. Brother of mrs. John Van lad and j. A. Land Helm of this place. Of Smethport and Vicinity know that if they read of a bargain Sale offered by they la get a Good Deal More than thar Money s Worth. Now see on this Page of the Democrat what manneimer offers you. Julia belie Gallup entertained at a Shower at her Homo in Crosby Friday afternoon in Honor of mrs. Morgan Norton a recent Bride. Tho afternoon was spent playing Bridge and a delicious luncheon was served. The guest of Honor was the recipient of Many useful gifts. Day recently Asmi and mrs. Fred Nourse and grandson s were leaving their Home in it Eilly to drive to Smethport they saw a Beautiful Large Doe standing in the Mea Dow at tie lower part of their farm having come from the Woods above. Or. Seeing the car she crossed the Road and disappeared in the George 3cing Woods. Local chapter Catholic Daugh ters of America held a social meeting and dinner in St. Elizabeth s Church Hall inst evening. Following the dinner five Hundred was played. The committee in charge was mrs. Peeler mrs. P. Fay mrs. P. Curran my a Vioney mrs. Brenneman miss Kathryn mrs. De Lindholm and mass Margaret Bacon. A miss Carrie a. Day entertained twelve Young ladies at a one o clock luncheon saturday in Honor of mrs. Morgan Rogers Norton. The afternoon was spent playing Bridge and mrs. Norton was the recipient of a number of Beautiful gifts. Mrs. John c. Edwards of Rochester n. Y., and the misses Margaret Dana and Margery Hydo of Bradford. Pa., were out of town guests. Personal Points Stanley Harris and mrs. Nellie Baughman and daughter Helen have returnee to , n. J., Alicr a week s visit with the former s parents. The trip was made in the car. Verne Hopkins Ami or. And mrs. Victor Tyler of Ivano attended the funeral of the late t. A Tyler of last week. And mrs. Robert Brownell at tended the consistory reunion in come report on wednesday and thursday of week. Lloyd Kohn and children. Grace Elizabeth and Phyllis returned sunday from Sheffield where they had been Gilic its of mrs. Kohn r or. And airs. B. Simpson. Clara King has returned to her Homo in Sinet port after an extended with her to on Horace to. King1, in h n rub u re. And mys. Alfred Johnson and children Olsle ant can Hes motored to Young Svi Ito. Sunday where they were die of friends. And mrs. Tho inns Mogowan and daughter of Manchester Vermont were Kun us of i h e former s is s t or. Miss Carrie. Mcgowan tuesday. And mrs. Paul Holmes of Chicago Are guests of . Hol Mes Krents or. Mrs. Theodore Norman. And mrs. Stanley Kelly of Chicago Are guests of the la tier s parents or. And mrs. Theodore nor Man. And mrs. Nato to Sorrels of Point Marion pa., and or. And mrs William Worrels of were visiting or. And mrs. Seeley acre saturday. To or. And archly Freeman at Tho Mountain clinic Hoa pm Tel Oloan saturday n daughter. Mryl Freeman formerly Crystal Cunningham of East Smethport. Homo from vane. Heinlein attended the consistory reunion in crude Spori last we Elf. John Apple has purchased a buil a Sedan through the local John Cooper Yency. Done Hue and miss tres o Connell motored to Dubuis monthly. Los. Albert Cleveland and mrs. Abbey motored to Bradford tuesday. Kessler jr., and or. Melville were Buffalo n. Y., business visitors Van lag 3s visiting her sister mrs. Stull and family of Bradford. And mrs j. Scott Walker of Kane spent sunday with relatives in Smethport r. Kessler jr., and mrs. Morgan r. Norton were Bradford visitors monday. Alliie Mccarthy is visiting or. And mrs. Robert Mccarthy at Naples n. Alford Bush and son Billy Are visiting air. And mrs. Neal Holder at Franklin a. Sol Marks of Renovo pa., is a guest of her parents or. And mrs. H. A Rubin. And mrs. Shero of Greensburg pa., Are visiting relatives and friends in town this week. Acre and family and mrs. P. Godissart and family spent sunday in Coryville. And mrs. H. Wayne cum mings spent the week end with rela Tives in Erie. A. Mrs. C. K. Gregory am son Norman spent sunday with relatives in Buffalo n. O Connor and Han a Mayer of Sheffield called on friends in town last thursday evening. Robert Hamilton was hostess to the. M. A. Club monday evening Ai her Home on main Street. E. Mccarthy the tvo Hundred club at one o clock luncheon at her Home today. And mrs. L. H. Wyant of Vujs Villa n. A. Spent the week ent smell port visiting friends. And mrs. Neal Holder Ark daughter of pa., spent the week end with relatives Here. Sigrid Johnson has gone to Lake Piseco in the Adirondacks where she expect to spend the summer. And mrs. Fred Nourse spent the week end at Derrick City As the guests of or. And Mevs. Don Nelson. Will be communion services at the swedish Fulhem Church o clock sunday morning july 1 and mrs. Fred Green motored to Corning it y., saturday and Wert guests of son Paul and family mar. And m is. Fred a. Green spent the week end at Corning n. As Tho guests of their son Paul Green Morgan Norton was the guest of miss Margaret Dana of Der Rick City the latter part of the week and Forest Tourso and sons left sunday for co Vaje Ontario Canada where they will be guests a. Gilfillin at Hig Lodge for ten Days Shattuck leaves saturday for Ithaca n. Y., where he will at tend the summer school at Cornell University. Ada. Studholme left monday for state College pa., where she will spent Tho week As a guest of or. And Reist. And mrs. R. Melville of Orange n. J., have rented the Resi Dence owned by miss Maude Irons on West main Street and expect to of Ciupy the same july 1. And mrs. John c. Edwards of Rochester n. Y., spent the week end with the latter s parents or. And mrs. R. Kesslerjr. And mrs. Charles e. Mccoy and children of pa., Are guests of the former s parents or. And mrs h. L. Mccoy. A. R. Livermore and children tean and buddy left tuesday for Mercer in. Whore they will spend to Whf weeks with relatives. Holmes jr., of Houston Texas was a guest at the Home of i. Or. Last thursday. Alta Ness returned monday evening from Buffalo where she hns been a guest of her daughter for several weeks. And mrs. L. E. Munn Beatrice m u in Fern tin re i cd. Emma Marks and Louise i tenth motored to Salamanca n. Y., tuesday. Betty to and Helen Irnyce Harris of Shoro. N. J., Aro visiting their grandparent a or. And mrs. Norman c. Keifer. Sara Ai. Krank and Secretary who were guest of or. And mrs. William Mlo Helmer returned to their Homo in Atlanta Georgia. And mrs Joseph Field. Miss Virginia meld and stir Ald Capwell of Hazan first and mrs. A Koa he chins. Of Brookville pa., were i ninth of or. Nil mrs Field wednesday Knupp a pm St of ills or. And mrs. C. D. Week. And mrs. R. Keller or. Left tuesday for Lake Piseco in he Adir Ondack mountains to spend the sum Mer at their Camp. Ii jul Mph. Elof Ericson and children and or. And mis. Olaf hoc Tor and miss Alma h sex Tor spent Sun Day at it. Jewett. Robert Mccarthy returned to her Homo in Nap a. N. Y., saturday after an extended visit with her parents or. And mrs. C. O. Taylor. Will Len Novick daughters Mary Margaret and Katherine Anne of Rev Loo. Firu of former s parents. Mi1, and mrs. E. W. Jones. And mrs. Archie Macdougall Ami miss or Lucilla Macdougold a tvs in Portville tuesday to attend tin class Day the High Schuol. And mrs. Fri you Smith of k Cajon California arrived in town the of tin week for a visit with Niter s aunt. Mrs d. M. Druse it and Ihor relatives and friends hero. Ill word Hawke and son David and Theo Freeman arrived Home sunday from Detroit mlcb., of spend the summer with their Star its. Or. And mrs. C. Freeman. And mrs. Ivoyd Lui Rdick and laughter Juno of Detroit. , ind mrs. A. E. Sinie Onsen and laughter Betty Lee of grand rapids Michigan Are guests of k a. Kurdock. Taber and daughter my Kyj Florence left saturday for their Home n Alverton n. J., after n two week s visit with the former s Sisters mrs. Nellle Colegrove and mrs. Lydia h older. M is. Taber remap Ned for a Onger visit Jollie Colegrove mrs. Jaydia Holder Ftfe. And mrs. 11. Day and miss Maynigo Colegrove and their guests or and mrs. Leroy Taber and if tit Florence Taber of Riverton n. J., there dinner guests of sir. And mrs. Cordon studholme of. Port Allegany an wednesday evening and of or. And mrs. Foster studholme at glean n. Y., thursday evening. Mary Jecoy is Home from Moni n. J., where she was recently graduated from tie Mountainside Hospital to spend her Vaca Tion with her parents or. And aers. G. H. . Of started drilling search for cause of Deer disease Harrisburg. Muse that Riason 1 myi Asis May be responsible for part of the heavy Winter death toll in the Deer herds of Penn Sylvania to Day is being investigated by Field of ulcers of the Board of. Game commissioners. 1 a report made by professor Norman b. Stewart of Bucknell University first called the attention of attaches of the commission to its possible exp tence the Deer. Existence of the disease was Foum in a Doo which professor Stewar discovered dead near White Dee Creek in Union county. By permission of the local game Warden the Carcas was removed to Buck Neji univ Erst. For dissection. During that dissection Large mag gots were not ceo irs the Nas Al cavity they aroused interest at once. The were not Tho Ordinary ones of a de composing body As it was too Early of flies to Deposit eggs. M Emsis officials said refers to the presence of and resulting disturbance traceable to insect larvae. The bes known dispose of this sort is the on affecting sheep caused by the Jiecai Maggot and called Blind staggers o vertigo. The Fly causing staggers in sheep is somewhat larger than the common House Fly Dull Yellowish or Brownish in color and hairy it was explained the Fly deposits living Young Froid Early summer to autumn in the nostrils. These at once begin to a Zigrai up the nasal passages working Thel Way into the sinuses and attach Fri t i 10 in Sel ups to Tho in u cd of s m pm branes. The grubs reach an Inch in length by the following Spring Wrig Glo their tray out of the nostrils a to the ground Bury themselves in the Earth and pupate. The pupal Perlock lasts three to six weeks or Over. Animals affected arc usually Verj their Heads rus with their noses Between Elk in Fellows push their noses into the dust snort and otherwise show they Are trying t orc Jio something that in trying t enter heir nostrils. Clayton Leon Potter the infant son of or. And mrs Floyd Potter of Farmers Valley die very suddenly at the family Home Las thursday. Funeral services were held at the family Home at two o clock saturday afternoon. Kev. A h. Chase of the Farmers Valley u. H. Church off Chat i no. Us rial a h a i d c 1 to Kusu i i i cemetery. Smethport the Democrat Job department prepared to turn out High Grade Wor on Short notice. An extraordinary Sale of boys suits deep test Well i Mug was Birtcil on us Diop Tost Well to in Lilliel on the of Viii Iowa g Virt. It 10 o clock a Somlay Mornine. Lino ii by Iho Louden car of . I a. At mule Lulitu Lumny night the Stein was quirly luring in 20-Inch i Vale in Allvar Breeze. The drilling Crew is Clun Unsod of to men nil residents of d. C. And Kline Uril Iii. Drillers Jennies Omni i and juy a Ortlon the tools were tried at 4 in. But actual drilling was snarl tin monday morning of. Lii. Test is i loan cock by the a Elmul drilling Cove porn i jul of which coi of ii. Idly of Prosuk it Hii Ynion Jirm Nen us Bradfod fa., reas uror John a. Messer of Louvar. I Kusiw Forest Dorn of Bradford. I. Lester of messes. or i Railley and ii. Fri Julit he latter of , directors. The i thin rated Cost of drilling the Wel s Tho contract us let. Is a divided one. If. Louden will Drill feet under lie first contract and if he has t the horizon of the Otisi Tuny

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