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McKean Democrat (Newspaper) - November 13, 1919, Smethport, Pennsylvania
Volume x Lii. Di3mocbat i tit Josh in o co., 1mibli8hehs Smethport pa., thursday nov. 13, 1919 to Crimm i y10a11 in Advance no. 45 pomade Rauch is dead. Comrade w. H. Rauch of Philadel a urfa known and beloved throughout state As a result of his activities v. In the buc Tati regimental a Socia .-.v.tion, is dead. The announcement of this death will cause a feeling of deep madness in Smethport where he had often visited and was widely j f Morri son Esq. E. G. Potter. Kach member so appointed on the Parish committee will act As Captain nation wide Campaign for the episcopal Church the following named persons have been appointed by Rcv. W. B. Van Dyke Roclor of is. Luke s Church As a Parish committee to conduct an every member canvass of All communicants of the Parish George w. Mitchell chairman. Lincoln Green. Dora Keenan Guy b. Mayo Esq. Mrs. Emonin Mccandless mrs. Guy Mccoy mrs. W. A. Morrison mrs. F. Refl old. Hon. H. Ii. Hedfield e. A. Studholme. The following named persons will be known As information years past he hag held an important position at the. Philadelphia customs House. Comrade w. Brown of Bradford has issued the following notification i of the death of or. Kauch the comrades of the Bucktail 1st rifles v. V. A regimental As a oblation death of our beloved president Comrade William Harrison Rauch on september 1, 1019, has of a team of three or More communicants of their own choosing by whom the Campaign will be conducted. Death of Little child. Ernest Frederick Tho two months i old infant son of of mrs ear Etor Soh of Oleany. Died gloom Over our entire member and rendered a meeting of Tho i thursday morning at of pneumonia the body was brought to the Home Iseo citation this year out of the ques i of the grandparents or. And mis. F. H. of Keating township. Satur a Day. Following prayer at the Home of Comrade Rueh just before his ser i Al illness had commenced the Cor Julie parents Rev required to make episcopal Church. The funeral a meeting but his increasing was held it o clock sunday after to toy Down his pen Neve our behalf. H so interfered As to compel him never to take it e died As he a enjoying All the love and and i that Loyal friends can bring Rejto a departing hero. J noon at the Nourse Lloyc Rov and of m. E. Church Ofil Ciatu. Made in Hose Hill Cem sneak thieves Busy. Death has devolved upon your three rooms at the Wright House and myself As acting presi Yvore visited by a sneak thief during duty of not Only advising the absence of the occupants. Teachers this sad event but of subunit you. The question of whether who were attending in minute last web and a considerable sum of Money War savings Stamps sales. Tiie following la Tho report of sales of War savings Stamps As credited to Tho various Pok Tollice of the county. Column of Mckean county Postol tacos. Column of to Drift Stammis sold during the month of october. Column 3 of w. Sold during Tho month of october. Column of w. Sold from january 1. 1913 to november 1, 2 1377 21 32 g8 33 g 200 60 g7 18g tuesday armistice Day marking thu first Annivera cessation of hostilities in i lie War was lit timely of Soroud in Smethport every member of the con Infinity and surrounding country uniting with the service men of this Vicinity in giving i he Day a glorious Observance. Tic Day had been ordered a pub Lic half Holiday in a proclamation issued by Burgess Warley if Force last week. It was not Only an Observance of on valiantly won new Holiday commemorating the Dale when the him Mili tary machine crumbled before the triumphant armies of democracy and right but it was Smethport and Vicinity s official Wel come Home Celebration to the service men of this Section. They were practically All present and the entertainment provided them will never be forgotten. Lowering Clouds in the Early morning dissipated As the Day grew and the Sun burst Forth in a of glory in the afternoon of the most Beautiful Days of the present fall. The Cele bration started at 11 of a. In. Sharp when every whistle and Bell in the Vicinity Cut Loose and automobile sirens Etc., joined in the pulsating Din. In the afternoon a remarkable meeting was held in the court House following which the Parade an inspiring display of pageantry. Led by the Smethport band the service men swung Down main Street in full military stride. Lvery Branch of the service and nearly every combat division was who had hard Battles and beat the Hun at his own game on land sea and had clipped tie German double Tagle in the air. Beardless seasoned veterans of , Chauteau Thierry Marne Vesle Argonne and other strenuous campaigns men who had fought the a boats and had piloted air planes also men who had put in strenuous months of training or had performed important guard work in the states and vet Erans of the civil War and Spanish american War came in for j costs during the present month. 1 Bradford col Grovo Crosby Derrick City Custer City Dallas clip dog Olla Duke Center Kari my j id. Smethport Clifford Kruzic Kuk Hetiwa Lewis Hun Ludlow my. Jewett Norwich or shy 13 no s07 84 30 m3 227 7b 3 339 0 20 4 77 20 215 131 3 3 2 84 1 2 39 4 sc9 20 2721 9 81 81 44 177 m 57 172 38g 1g 20 393 Sec 52 Tel teachers adjourned last Friday Tho Mckoan county teachers Institute which convened in this Borough adjourned Friday noon after one of the most enjoyable and profitable ses Sions in history. Tuesday morning s Salon Way opened by singing Foly holy lord god almighty after which rav. Guy l. Marge soil of Tho Baptist Church con ducted the devotionals. Prot. Yoder then taught the Institute to sins Star ring be bolls of gladness cheers for the Rigdon occupied the first period continuing his talk on he said that a very Large portion of nil education is language education which should have a thought Basla. Language is a Symbol and language process is Tho formation of a Symbol to represent a mental state or the for Multori of a mental state As the result of a Symbol. Language 13.always con 17 scions and always purposive. Reading 562 is identical with impression and the 3g4 1092j 15 1786 121 i t. Allegany red Rock Row Smethport Turtle Point up to move societies Wero formed in Tho schools of Mckean county. A live Dollar War saving stamp costs f 4.22 during the month of Novom her. A ?100 Treasury saving certificate first language process in which a. Baby engages is Reading the mothers Faco or tone. Reading is Tho formation of mental states us the in Salt of certain symbols. Reading and speaking Token in the broadest Sci inc include every thing in education. Most students meet next year and Moke it j was appropriated. One Young lady a share o attenti6n, All were ill line and the people at last reunion As an association. We the loss of another and i f request each Comrade to j a third Young Woma lost some Odd savings i a to Ellem. I elves because Tho of society have almost Cut off their ability to express themselves. Tho education of children should consist of two Thunga expose them to Tho largest possible number of experiences and give them abundant Opportunity to express them and a Chance to let them know How proud they were of some Odu x j not later than first of Jan j change. This is a continuation of h. J. Rice. 19.20, expressing his wishes by i series of Petty robberies which have Vana Werling postal. Sec fully submitted William Wallace Brown. And acting president j outrage. It Wiliam h. Rauch Secretary. Occurred in Smethport along Back i Milord Hull is making efforts to apprehend tile perpetrator of this latest Case of diphtheria at Crosby. Points. With a. Severe attack of ill a banquet was tendered the men in uniform at the basement of the m. E. Church at o clock and at 9 of M. A grand Ball was held at tiie lyceum. The town was in gala attire for the Day and the local popu final totals selves. Expose Tho child to the influence of a Good Homo a Mode school. I Tho City Tho country Tho Hills anal mount ufos Tho Prairie Tho River Tho i Ocean Etc. Let him express himself of late election onil1y in or tins. In pictures in Sone the final result of the late election intermission was followed by Intel i 11 1 l i n 1 has been counted Ano is much different tute singing led by processor Kofler. J Lance was swelled by a Large influx of visitors from surrounding than who first roae Crosby girl where i m going but i m on my e physician on examining at Philadelphia in his 7sth year Leav the pm found hat Ghe suffering i Jon was delivered by a. Johnson of Bradford. Americanism Ham p 271 ing a widow and two daughters. I. I j j , i., to. Followed by the ans neg of Alrig a and Benediction by Rev. Arthur Gregson. Death. Upon the election of Comrade Haugh to be permanent president mrs. Clermont Man pain p., 211. And you la arouse interest which is d., 1329. A. 118. 1 ill. Ii following the exercises the Parade formed in front of the clerk a. Shoo. Pleasurable mood of attention. There id., 10-13. A Mcmahon. S., 212. Dennis arc live Points in arousing interest Viz among the personal effects of the Lattle evening i know the night is near at hand the mists lie Low on Hill and Bay. The autumn leaves Are Drif Iny by. But i have had the Day. Yes i have had dear Ixia it the Day when at thy Call 1 have the night Brief be the Twilight As i pass from Light to dark from Lark t Light. The a which he was Wei Din. Slipped sailors and marines a group of officers and the enlisted 1c3c Lillman s., to. An and the made imbedded in the instep i join number in column of fours followed by religious workers of the left foot. The injured Man waa been the 5ervice. The me of Larch of talc commissioners placed on a car and brought to a was to Wii Maill k direct to Kast. up main to Byron counter March i u. Isis. . A. 255. To court House and disband. I1. 331. The banquet at the basement of the m. K. Church a served under the direction of a Largo Grotis of lady volunteers and was y los Nikon a 8. H. Breaks even in two football games. The Ii. Football team had for their opponents on Kane Field last sat urday afternoon the fast Bradford ii. 1eam, which Defeated the locals in a Ond sided game Early in the season. Tic visitors started in to repeat the operation saturday but after the game got Imper Way the locals seemed to find themselves and although much lighter than their opponents outplayed them at every stage of Tho game and the final score was 15 to c in Smethport s favor. On tuesday afternoon the Eldred ii. 8. Team recently Defeated the locals by a Large score came to Sim the and played at. Return game on kane1 Field. The Ellred team is faster than Bradford but despite this fact the Picky Smethport not Only held them in splendid shape but stood a splendid Chance of win Ning had it not been for some unfortunate fumbles the second period. The final score was 18-c in Eldred s favor. Tho H. 3. Is now putting up n Gilt Edge article of football. Smethport where his injury was Given surgical attention. Port Allegany after electricity. Pen Allegany is exp acting of have n special election in january to it ten nine whether or not the favor granting certain con Cessions in order to secure electric Light and Power current for the town. The matter brought up at the Council meeting but went Over for a month until ail details of the plan can be worked out. Election close in ser Geant township. In township result of in a lie of Jujj the cult Lee of supervisor. The were Lohn Keating and Jno. A Rialson. . Elliston Iii Knight were elected school directors. John Keating and a. Luellman wore elected inspectors. Sam i linking or was ctr Ted con stable. Institute Adjo turned until the afternoon session opened by Bond r., singing Sweet and under the Gahagan direction of professor Voder. Thia a bounteous feast which was perfect in every detail. The elaborate menu follows o Connor Jones. P., Carrick can twill Mitchell Oyster cocktail olives soda wafers celery pickles roast Turkey Cranberry sauce mashed potatoes baked Squash cabbage salad hot Rolls Appl Coffee pie cigars Vanilla ice Cream cigarettes of -jit1 remaining survivors of the regiment w. And c. 11. Thi i Onu Nitice is sur to 373 personal i invitations to the Servici men and to thai of Smo Liport sergeant Norwich townships which Liberty loan District. Followed by merrily sings Tho 1-nrii." listen to the song deck Tho Hall with and other songs suitable for use in Tho school room. Or. Higdon continued his talk on grammar. English grammar is the subject to study or teach in Tho whole the kind of thinking that comes Only to Tho mature mind. One should have studied physiology logic and Kindred sub Els to he Able to fully compre Hend English grammar our Lan Guage is a growth and is constantly i changing. Grammarians Are consulted less than the newsboys Eliout the changes is they come. There Are two values of English grammar a of eve methodist episcopal Church congregations hearing fall millinery fall millinery in All the latest modes to suit the most exacting nates. Call and Seo the season s Beautiful Crea with profit the Short series of sermons being preached i the above Church. They Are stimulating suggestive and satisfying. Follow the crowd. Ser Mon subject next sunday morning. Sell i cwt and fall we Are prepared to show a Fine line of latest tailored and pattern also a Fine line of Georgette blouson. Mrs. White. Mrs. Carrie Clark adv. 9-18 u. Ai o c-k. the men Otho Viz cultural and i Pruc tidal. Or. Higdon says that to invited guests Asseri Hlad at the to would Tench 100 per cent of language inn ii is formed the proof inf per cent n grammar m Ard during service of this delicious repast mrs. M. At. Roy presiding at the piano rendered a program of Camp Hill admin whirl the men joined their voices in song Capi. Melville Oill Cit presided in his usual Capa Bif and pleading manner As Toas Masier. A stirring and Tress of Welcome was i a i of i i t augmented by so voral pieces hic Eccl by Virgess Dlf lord. To which Cap. Vav a. 9, per cent language b per event Gram grander. Hue m. C. U. A., made a tour hmm reply. T mar. And 6th of per cent Lan the Captain s discourse in response to his suggestion the entire a guano 10 per cent in the 7th and St i Ninfi it Alifi f 111 of the evening. Quirk s Tirc hcs Grade. 03 cent language 2 per cont grammar 3rd and Ullh grades i Ano of the most 1- assemblage stood Al attention with Heads bowed As a silent in it Lover held in tills Section. The Hall but to those who had made the supreme sacrifice and could i was Liea pitifully decorated for the occasion. This Section has every reason for feeling proud of Tho splendid record it made in the work of winning the War Linch in number of men furnished and in support. Following is the Complete roster of service men and women with the Ames of who gave up their lives that their country might live. Continued Fin Page 3. With us Only in spirit and memory. Toastmaster Gill Cut then called on a number of speakers from the i. A. R., Spanish american War veterans soldiers sailors and marines and in each in stance characteristic and eloquent responses were made. Nota ble toasts were Given by Captain ii. Mayo and major Kenneth and son representing valiant champions of the principles of free government of two generations in he civil War conflict and the world War. Covets were Lake for 133, including the veterans of the civil War Spanish american War and world War red Cross and religions workers while a male relative of nearly service Man who made the supreme sacrifice was present on . The assemblage also had the distinction of having present two per language and go per cent grammar in Light school and grammar continued to College. After intermission the Institute Sang old Sweet the dust what Are Theolad Bells King the col to Tho Thi Lullaby of the Flowers and pen Henderson then spoke on As a in human con if suu.rrestiol-. Is the u which infill int. Lii. System Union should know As stint Ion is the adv or a conditions of i by v vitally on
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