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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - May 31, 1928, Smethport, Pennsylvania The Democrat thursday May 31, 1928 Page five Mckean Democrat Smethport a thursday May 31, 1928 local Penci Lings do Konson has purchased a now Chevrolet Couch. Claude Salado has purchased a new whippet six Sedan. Homta Hiu purchased a new co flying Cloud Sedan. Backus left last thursday for Conneaut Lake pa., where to will to employed this summer. Mary and Bertha Kle Loath expect to leave next month on an extended vacation trip to California. O. J. Hamlin entertained the Tea club at dinner at Hickory inn at indians. Coudersport on thursday evening. Beautiful new residence of or and mrs. Seth Norman on Pike Street la rapidly nearing completion. Stanley Bright occupied the pulpit in the Trinity methodist episcopal Church in Olean sunday morning Mary Forrest and Lester toy Lor were in Buffalo the first of the week and drove Homo in mrs. Forrest s new Chrysler "80." Edward Backus who has been a surgical patient at the Hugghis memorial Hospital Oleania improving in a Gratifying manner. Downright cold weather has been on the program during the past week. Hall storms were reported saturday in nearby Hill top towns Clarence Olmstead of Mil More n. A. Entertained at Bridge tuesday evening at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. G. H. Mccoy. Misses Helen and Harriett Strong entertained at their Home on King Street saturday evening the occasion being their birthday anniversary. And mrs. A. R. Livermore entertained the consonant club at Din Ner at Trio Penn Coffee Shoppe on thursday evening and later at their Home on King Street. Alford Bush and the misses Huth Walker Eva Hoffman and Gladys Dehass attended a luncheon Given by mass Katherine. Burke at Bradford saturday. On tuesday May 29th, to Howard f. And Helen Rogers Brownell at Bridgeport conn., a son William Allen weight eight pounds. Parents Are former Well known local Resi dents. M. Anderson of the East Side garage local Chrysler Agency was in Buffalo last Friday and drove Home a Beautiful Chrysler Imperial Sedan to Tiili has been delivered to Alfred Ashworth. Genibera the Coronada Camp fire motored to Portville n. Y., on tuesday evening where they were entertained by mra Arthur Pollock. Miss Gladys Kehoss of Rochester n. Y., was an out of town guest. Those from Smethport who attended the legion banquet in Brad lord monday night were or. A. A. Ostrander Alfred Kleisath Charles Ralph Hice. And. Harry hell Man. All reported a grand time. Number from Smethport attended the. Concert in Kane monday night Given by the military band of Augua Tana College 111., which is now on includes a number of american cities and a visit to most of the countries of Europe. Robert Mccarthy of Naples n. Y., who has been a surgical patient at the Buffalo women s Hospital is now Well on the Road to recovery and loft the Hospital monday coming to Beth porn accompanied by her Hus band acid is the guest of her parents or. And mrs c. O. Taylor misses Emma Tretton and Carrio Day entertained the women teachers of the Borough schools at dinner at the Penn coffe e Shoppe on saturday evening at o clock and later at Bridge at the Home of miss Day on West own Street. The affair was in Honor of the masses Leonore Ler Olive Richards Fay lord and Harriet Jones who will not teach in Smethport another year. Bradford sunday Herald says Guy b Mayo one of the prominent attorneys of Mckean county was a visitor in Bradford Friday and All his friends were delighted to meet him. To is still in the heavyweight class professionally and physically and his handshake is just As Earnest As Ever. Another Smethport attorney in Brad Ford that Day was Gurd Potter who some weeks ago made a Good run for the Assembly. Has been made of the marriage of miss Catherine Oviatt c. Backus has purchased a new Marmon "78" Sudan. Mrs. Orlo Ness is seriously ill at her Home on water Street. Johnson has accepted a position at thu Bell Telephone of lace. Hobbit Hull is entertaining who ladies Aid club at her Home this thursday evening. Alma Hector entertained the ladies of Tho s. L. Club at her Home on King Street on i valday oven ing. -jjh63 Mildred Allison of new York j Spanish sweetheart cleverly presented by school pupils an Aud Lonco taxed the Scal ing capacity of Trio smell Purl legion is a of Crucet of ill. And mrs. Albert Johnson of Garcon Street. For some time Mesa Allison has been engaged in Episcopalian missionary work on Tho Sioux Indian reservation Al Cannonball n d., and recounts Many interesting things she has experienced during the Lime Eho has been among personal Points Acra. P. J. Quirk was an glean visitor Friday. Miss Rose Allen of Bradford spent saturday in town. Field of Marvin Creek was to the limit witnessed colourful tuneful production of Spanish sweetheart pupils of Tho local a business visitor in town tuesday. Harry Mayer of Barnes pa., spent the week end in town visiting friends. Albert Vav. Johnson Hae returned Home from a business trip to Phila Delphia. A. Burt prominent couders port citizen was a visitor monday. Miss Elsie Sherer has been spend ing Tho past week visiting in Ijan Caa Ter Ohio. Avs Liam Colegrove of pm Dugway was the guest of his father c. M. Colegrove memorial or. And mrs. Obed Ingram and daughter Mary Are guests of relatives in Caledonia a. Neal Holder of Franklin has been Tho guest of his parents or. And mrs. Holder this week. F. L Holmes motored to Selins Grove latter part of last week for a visit with relatives Ellen Hyde of Keating town ship is the guest of her sister mrs. Alfonso Ross of h Hazelhurst. Henry Field son Harry and daughters Laura and Kathryn motored to Sheffield sunday afternoon. Gladys Dehass of Rochester n. Y., is spending the week Here nil the guest of mrs. Alford Bush. Robert Mccarthy of Naples n. Y., is the guest of her wire its or. The ily presented by Trio schools monday evening. The Democrat is informed that receipts from the ticket Ealo total about 5200. Thig amount which is one of Tho largest sums Over realized from a one night Homo Talent show Here will be used to purchased a portable piano for Tho grades of Tho Smethport schools. Such a musical instrument Haa been badly needed a Long time. The so who attended were highly pleased and delightfully entertained Tho acting of Tho principals of the cast As the novel plot unfolded and by the vocal and dancing numbers. Much favourable comment was heard in regard to the Beautiful elaborate costuming which with the excellent stage presence of the cast and Chor uses in n. Pleasing spectacle. Mrs. H. Hng trom. Super Luor of music in uie local schools had the task of directing the big cast num Bering Over eighty. The manner in which the participants acquitted them selves would indicate that mrs eng Strom has ability in this Lino which would do credit to a. Professional. Following is a. List of those who took part in monday night s successful production Senorita Herzog. Don Hungerford. Jack Eastman Jimmy Andrew Van Dyke. English Helen Johnson sue Beatrice Munn Prue. Fern Bur Dick Lou Louise Heath from Helen Fry. Mrs. Palmer. Smythe Chaperon Paull and flu old Covert Well known local Young people which was solemnized Lart Friday by Justice Vlf Bard of Limestone n. Tiie attendants were or. And Vcra. David Francis of Davis. The Happy Young couple have been spending their honeymoon at Buffalo Niagara kills and other Points of in Terest. It is understood that they will make their Home in Cyclone where the Groom is employed in the Oil Fields. The Jim Socrat unites with Many friends in extending congratulations last meeting of the Smethport travellers club for the year was held at the club House on saturday Calitr Jisoon with the new president Mth. E Drake presiding. An Excel Lenl program was presented on the general subject mrs. James a Nellia ably discussed the trend of present Day mrs. O. J Hamlin rend two most interesting articles on Magazine personal Terf featuring mrs Arthur Wade of coition and or s. Parks cad Man and mrs. W. E Van Dyke s topic which magazines arc Best for the proved Moat thought provoking. Sarah m. Frank prominent Atlanta gn., lady her Niece Monheimer of , who has been her aunt s travelling compan Ion during past Winter spent in California ant private Secretary Janna a Robertson of Atlanta or River in shot port sunday where mrs Frank is Tho guest of her brother we Mph Elmer family of Bast Mai Street. Frank Mado Iho Iri Tram Atlanta to Smethport by Rel while Mukh aeon Helmor drove the Atlanta lady s a Alo Mobil Tho in tar from Atlanta to Smethport b of Philadelphia an Atlantic City arriving hero a Ftp Miro ahead of her aunt. To cent m3sa Monhol mfr drove her aunt a in across Tho continent on Tho Actu trip from California to Atlanta. And mrs. Charles Taylor this week. W. Shattuck and her j guest miss Anna Mcparland were Buffalo visitors the last of the week. Minnie Warfle and or. And mrs. Raymond Bills of Hazelhurst were business visitors in town Fri Day. W. A. Attended the annual reunion of the Eldred High school in that town last Friday eve Ning. Harriet Jones who teacher in Buffalo was Home to spend the week end with her parents or. And mrs. E. A. Jones. H. L. Mccoy and Mesa Mary were in Buffalo tuesday where or. Mccoy received medical treatment. And mrs. R. Kessler jr., arrived Home tuesday from a Short stay at their Camp on Lake it see in the Jane Ware returned last week from an extended visit with her daughter mrs. Helen masters of Omaha neb. And mrs. Gyro Campbell and daughter of Bradford spent the week end with or. And mra. Louis Burdick of Rose Hill Avenue. Morgan Norton mrs. Albert Johnson and the latter s guest. Miss Allison of now York City Wera Brad Ford visitors thursday. And mrs. Claude Blade motored to Randolph n. Y., sunday in their new car where they were the guests of the parents. J and mrs. John Mcdermott and Little daughter of Greenville a Are guests of his parents or. And mrs. Thos. Mcdermott of West main Street. Misses Phyllis Gillette and Marian Newman who attend school Washington C., Are expected ome tomorrow to spend the summer action. Herbert Monheimer and Friend r. W. Miller of Pittsburgh motored Smethport and spent sunday guests f his parents or. And we. Nonheimer c w. Freeman mrs. E. E. Bouton and daughter Barbara Are pending the week in Detroit mich., Vith miss Theo Freeman and mrs. Speer Lillibridge. Peeler. Clark. Mundy. Hung is Lyle Speer. Kohn. Lincoln Green. Bouton. Jones. Speer. Bright. Van. Pomeroy. Van to Herzog. Van Karlen. Kohn Margaret Ca Len Margaret Davis Elaine Davi Rena Bello Bloomster Mona Maz Bertha Carey Martha Mcdermot Clermont news Clor Tont May Fields id Tho Anna and Lumi sad Ore motored to Kvin mrs. Bill Erlendson and mrs. Have returned Home after Joi iding a few Days i7i Dubols. Or. And mrs. Clifford Anderson moored to Kano Friday. Or. And lira Fred Murray wore Radford shoppers saturday. Art Marshall was a caller in Hazol urst Friday evening. Roy Smith spent the week end at is Home in Brockway a. Tony Ray Mai is spending a few Tys at Homer City. Miss Fiji Iii Dippo of Ila Murst is tailing her sister mra. Clifford an Erson. Miss Alva Anderson was a smell Ort caller thursday. Gioio Gumbert motored to Mansfield a., saturday. Harry Field of Smethport was Call no on friends in town tuesday. Mra. Marlon Helse is spending a few ays in Oil City. Or and mrs. Kory Burdock motor d to Shinglehouse one Day last week. R Alph Moore and miss Emma Smith vere callers in town saturday Evon us. Joo Searfoss left lost week for int alich., where he Lias employ nent or. End mrs. Anthony Spadaforo ind or. And mrs. Henry Burdock Wero rat. Jewett shoppers saturday. Robert Searfoss has returned from 3nffulo where he passed examination prior to his enlistment in the naval aviation corps. To will leave for Lis assigned station june Tho first. Clarence Johnson and Frank All of Olean spent sunday in town. I and mrs. Louis Zizzo of Pitts Burgh and or. And mrs. Anthony of Syracuse. N. Y., Aro visiting their father Frank Nizzo. Fred Rico motored to Wellsboro saturday evening. Wll Liml Fields of Marvin Creek was caller in town sunday evening. Mrs. Cons. Housen in spending a few Days in Oil City. Or and mrs. Georgo Blauser motored to Bradford monday. And Union grocery stores inc. I jello. 7c super suds .3 pops. 2s c Octagon toilet soap.2 Cakus 150 Quaker puffed wheat or rice.2 pkg a 250 fre Shpak grass 490 full strength bottles 130 very Best bulk teas. To Sec Gold dust. Large pkg. 230 fre Shpak malted Cocoa la tins 430 window 390 mrs. Were in Hazelhurst items Tizel Hurwit my and in. J. Farner and children Bradford saturday. Miss Madeline Nogar spent the week end with relatives. In Bradford. Marion Douglas of Bradford spent sunday with her parents or and Are. Louis Roesler or. Nix Jiunta cd Nikurs of Bradford or. And mra. John Gossart and mrs. John Nogar jr., have motored to Point Marion pair and mrs Henry Legros Are in Philadelphia. Henry no Gur and Bon Dick Janet Ulli Bridge Louise Van . Martha Swanson. Dutch Lillibridge Jean Livermore Nancy Richards har Riet Raymer Margaret Penn Charlotte Mckin Delck Mary Jean Mccarthy Audene Cooper Mary Ann quirk Phyllis Brown Billie Cleveland Chas. Johnson Gurd on Lawrence Ness Duncan Mccoy Vera Dodge Etta Petty Mary. Edith Southwick Jeanetta Petty Junior German. Raggedy Ann and Andy chorus Melbourne Rice Phyllis. Herzog Abbey Southwick Kussell Cooper Betty Long Margaret Burdock Sara Jane Sharro Mary Moore Harry Hull Robert Cooper. English m. Hackett Louise Van Carey Mona Maze Daisy know it on Kathryn Cunningham Frank Barton Stanton Lillibridge George Van Dusen Lloyd Hackett. Spanish chorus Helen Sebring Emmaline teed Louise Hull Janice Kohn Julia k. Hubbard Margaret Davis Martha Mcdermott Helen Chase. Sunday in and mrs. Harvey Nogar and daughter and or. And mrs. B. J. Farner and children were in John Sonburg sunday. Mrs. B. P. Crandall and children spent the week end wit i relatives in Saku Rebrica n. Olean boy Dies from injuries received in Auto Accident Olean May in Mccanna five son of or and mrs. W. H. Mccann of 227 North Union Street died yesterday afternoon at o clock from injuries received Friday after noon when he was struck and knocked to the pavement in Nurena Street on automobile driven by mrs. Charlotte Kautz of 1614 West Henley Street. The lad received a double fracture of Iho Skull and never rallied after being taken to the Olean general Hospital Edward Hawke. And mrs. Clarence Olmstead did twin daughters of Fillmore n. Y., motored to Smethport saturday for a Isit with mrs. Olmstead s parents or. Did mrs. G. H. Mccoy. And mrs. Car Engstrom Ami Alldren Emogene and Marshall and ifs. Clara Stewart of Kane were guests of or. And mrs. Ralph w. Her zog and family sunday. Nellie Carlson Mary Illi Bridge and Rosanna Bloomster Lave returned Home from mans fled a where they have been attending he Mansfield state Normal school. And mra. John Buffalo and children Mary Louise Bob and Billie of Youngstown Ohio motored o Smethport and spent the week end Westh of mrs. Buffalo s father James Mcgwire. Josephine Miller daughter miss Alma and song Carl and Leonard of Roc Hester n. Y., formerly of smog port motored 1o this place sat urday and were guests of or. Rind mrs. J. A ten Holm. R. And mrs. Chap Smith and mrs. Penfold of Buffalo Aro Fri ests of mrs. Renn. Bal sly. Mrs. Smith Hozore her marriage was miss Jennie and resided in Mcl Hirt a number of years ago. And mrs. In pcs quirk and miss Emma Trelton will attend the graduating Che Risca at Tho slate hos Pital at North Vorren. Pa., this eve Ning. Misa Trotton s Cousin my nil Rossolo Tretton. In a member the class and mrs. E. A. Re Anim. Mrs. W to. Edd Longcr Horace Sci Broch and win Orff of rub loft amiss Clara Stewart of Kono and or. And f. D. Gallup of Bradford Scro Amons those from out of town who attended Tho production of my Spanish sweetheart it Tho legion lyceum monday evening death of a w. Buhd1ck Charles Tel Burdock aged 76, a life Ong and highly respected resident of to nearby Norwich Community died sunday May 27, at the Ridgway hos Pital where he had been taken a few Days previous. Or. Burdock was a son of the late som and Lucinda Burdock Pioneer Norwich settlers. He was married to mrs. Ida Peters and his entire life waa spent in the Pursuit of farming in the Norwich Vicinity. Or. Burdick is survived by his wife two daughters mrs. Minnie Lushbaugh of Bradford mrs. Bertha Kelsel of Emporium and two sons Glenn Bur Dick who Redd is in Michigan and Herman h. Burdick of Smethport one brother Elmer Burdock of nor wich also survives. Tho funeral was held tuesday morn ing at the Rev. Bailey of the Crosby methodist episcopal Church Oft dating. Interment was in Cole Grove cemetery. For Sale a new Auburn 6 Sedan. Only driven 1800 Miles. Good As new. A bargain. Inquire j. E. Donovan East main Street. Phone 09m. Adels for one week Only we Are going to sell keds commonly called sneaks at a big Price reduction laced to toe to regular laced 900 to All sizes White or Brown w Monheimer Star theater Friday i saturday june 1-2 big Ojik Dove in tub love a wonderful of the Days when Louisiana was Young. A big special for the usual and 30c. Tuesday june 5 Bow in kid hoots. Cyclone of comedy. Paths news Etc. Coming Charlie Murray in t3te Doan s Astl Mulat diuretic tit kidneys re str Milburn co. . A restful night on Lake brie add enjoyment to your trip East or West giving you a delightful break in your journey. Line steamers each Way every night Between Buffalo and Cleveland offer you Una United fill Lylei including Siree Comfort that i cubic Long night i retaining deep is Beni wide excellent Dan uni room Krevece. Cou Coul a trip Tou we Long remember. Connections at Cleveland for Lake resorts Detroit and Points tic daily service May 1st to november 14th leaving at p. M. Arriving at 7 to a. M. Ask Jour Firlit agent or tourist Agency for tickets via c s b line. New Low fare w2i autos carried and up the Cleveland and Buffalo Tran Alt company Bridge . Feel tired and achy too often this warns of sluggish tame stiff achy sure your kidneys Ore working right slug Gish kidneys allow waste poisons to accumulate and make one languid tired and achy with often Dull head aches dizziness and nagging Back ache. A common warning u too fre agent scanty or burning excretions. Doan i pills a stimulant diuretic increase the secretion of the kidneys end thug Aid in Tho elimination of bodily waste. Users everywhere endorse Doan s. Aik. About gut Flowers for All occasions Graham Florist 9 Kennedy Street phone 455 Bradford a. Do you know How much your Auto repair Job is going to Cost repair jobs on any make of car will be done on Flat rate basis. It will you to investigate our prices first. Smethport garage co. Open until one in the morning try Democrat Job printing

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