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Smethport M kean County Democrat (Newspaper) - April 28, 1949, Smethport, PennsylvaniaFage roil a Mckean county Democrat Smethport pa., thursday april 28, negotiations open Between refinery workers and Union interesting bits Here and there by non mix affording to an Cio Oil workers International Ilion bargain tug attend is Democrat which was issued forty years ago the hip paying Well on the county Faun created much excitement in Oil circles hereabouts at that time and As the result much edition of the the Fine residence of Oscar and Anne Anderson of water St. Has donned a new Light Green roof which enhances its appearance even More. Mary Kohn is having a Multi coloured roof placed on her attractive Cirl Seoul and Brownie invest lire service at Bra management and labor at the big Farmer Valier Plant of the Quaker state Oil relining corporation Are negotiating for tin ultimate signing of a contract at the Plant meetings Wen held tuesday and wednesday. Workmen at the Plant it is understood. Have Bern without a contract since a National labor relations Board election on March to. Us 9, gave i com i 607, Oft workers drilling was evidenced that sum Home on w Mer. Judge Bouton anti sex sheriff George Mitchell who held a lease on the George Irons property put main St. The lock Haven express states that judge Henry hippie will be a Down a Well the Standard Oil co candidate for reelection As presiding began drilling operations on the Bingo Tum lands West of the county Home t f Hungiville and v h. Bouton drilled on the Julia Irons property adjoining the farm on the North. Heinlein Hungerford. Nellis Hyatt and Perry who owned the big county farm Well made several More International Union cd bar Ain-1 locations. Seventy five years ago what was known As the Beckwith Well was drilled on the Flats at the foot of town Hill. West of this Borough. This was in the Early Days of Oil Well drilling when very lit to any record was kept of the Wells drilled but it is said that when this Well was drilled a strata of Sand lug rights Over a local of District Jevc of the United mine workers the former bargaining agent details of the meeting Are not known except that a new contract was being formulated. Mililani funeral for Herne a Lindy re interred Here monday morning Jurist of the three county area Clinton Cameron and Elk counties the palier likewise said it had heard of no one contemplating being a candidate against him. A it ten House Quot honoured the Golden wedding anniversary of or. And or fled Falk. Or. At their Home Iii Grimes easter sunday. Garry Gleason four year old son of or. And mrs. Garsene Gleason it if port Allegany was honoured Wirtz a dinner easter sunday in Observance of his birthday or. And mrs Franklin Southard of Rixford. The Rock 18 or 19 feet thick was gone j latter a grandmother of the lad. Through and then a strata of slate were present for the occasion which was encountered and then the Drill punctured 18 feet of Sand Rock and Strong indications of Oil was found in the Sand Rock was Belli at lilt i Lien \ George killed in r. On july funeral services for i Mcdermott 27. Who a the Battle of St to. Frat 28 1944, while Nerving with the 35th infantry division were held from St Elizabeth s Catholic Church Moldav morning at to of clock the Rev. J. Hat land Davis pastor of is Raphael Church Eldred officiated. Burial a m St. Elizabeths cemetery. Military committal it or vices were conducted joints by Bucktail Post 138, american la Jon. And Mckean county Post 2497. Veterans of foreign wars. Both of Smethport. Pall i it Earen were Emerson Connors i Leonard moire Teddy Petruzzo Jack Peeler. Albert Mara o and Mark Orlandi. Officer of the Day was h c Larson Carl Ander on. Mule eng j Strom and Ernest Erickson acted As color Laurel and Paul Connors i and Everett Engstrom we re the color guards John Richards was1 the bugler those from out of town who attended Weie or. And i William . Tilde la s n. Or Mildred Hdldn v or. And Milf Mcdermott and family Allol Bradford win Broughton red Rock or. And mrs thou Mcdermott and family mrs Lena Mccord. Hew or and mrs. Robert Melle Moti and family. John Mcd Eitrott Buffalo or and or Benny Picirillo. James pc Nunuo Ridgway or and i. Fern mom a Middletown n n. Or and mrs. Everett Painter Eldred. Mil it Hirth or. And i Jam Miller of Benda announce the birth of a son at Kula Community Hospital saturday morning. Ten years ago the wills of seven signers of the declaration of to dependence and the document signed by governor Thomas Mckean. I Yoti n g a v i 11 e was original owner of this county War president and Wilson f election of officers featured the annual meeting Ltd a the Warren my Kean Elk funeral directors association at the Penn Kane hotel tuesday of last week Earl Young of elected Cumming found in a forgotten vault in the1 of k Ine was elected vice president City Hall of Philadelphia. Thomas Mckean signed the declaration of i Paul Crossman county agent of Independence for Delaware but he Erie county and a former Smethport later became chief Justice and gov resident stated that a continued from Page one Betty loll Ber Quot. Marlene Larson. Quot in come the animals Quot Louise Van Hanrit. Junior boys accompanied Quot the pirate Dun do eke of Dow Dee Quot ii Bald comes Guy Clark Jim Connors John dragoon1, Jack Gustafson Robert Ross. James conies Dale Mcdermott George Burdie. Genevieve pm Arar in audience. I a film shown by principal Carl Johnson depicting the life it Pennsylvania state College and also showing its Many activities and interests which Are evident in every state of the Union was most interesting. President w. A. Ross conducted the business meeting which followed the program he named Hubert Morrison. John comes and mrs.1 Laura Van a Uteri to the nominating committee to select a slate of of liners. The kindergarten committee Metier Lite chairmanship a mrs Marion Potter reported that 29 names of children had been retinue As eligible to attend a kindergarten class next year. Providing the school boards finds it to Institute one in the school. Robert Deel of the Smethport school Board re xxi red that because of not having a tentative budget As yet he was not Able to give a definite answer on the project until the next i t a meeting. Tile seventh Grade won the at teen Pesature i it Danee Harmer for Bavin the services at the Ulm Clies sunday Ansu anus lutheran Church the Rev. C. O. Thunder pastor second sunday after faster 9 a. In. Tile service. In a. In. Church school. Monday May 2, 8 p. In missionary society. Program Leader mrs Harry Abplanalp hostess mrs. Olga Erickson. The Home of mrs. Eva error of Pennsylvania. Or Mckean drop of 16 degrees above Zero Satur j most Parent present at the meeting made his will when 81 years old Iii 1814 he disposed of vast expanses of lands including those in Mckean county among his numerous heir admonishing that it ought not be sold for Les than $40 an acre being of very first Quality. Executor found Fiat the will showed he was buried in a $75 coffin and a $9 grave governor Mckean had no Way of knowing thai Oil would be discovered in his county and a sizeable portion of the land would be Worth thousands of dollars for acre about eleven veers ago the governor Thomas Mckean historical society was organised Here and named in Honor of pennsylvanian Ting pushed citizen. I neglected to say la t week that a spark of happiness went through everyone s heart at the methodist Church easter sunday when Jerry Nelson was Able to attend the morning service his Many Friend Are wishing tor his speedy recovery. Oslonian do family arrive Al Turtle Point miss Carolyn Olson school nurse. Reported that there Are 19 eases of Chicken Wix Iii the school and two eases of nine Day measles she also reported for the information of the parents of these children that it is the state Law that no child shall re j turn to school after having Hail the Chi Ken Whix until All scabs or Crest Atmas have disappeared. Also thai they Are required to stay Home ten Day for nine Day measles. Refreshments were served in tile school cafeteria by the following committee or and mrs. I j melt ivern. Or. And mrs. Lane fizzled or. And mrs f e Guenter or and mrs. Paul Hergen nuther or and by the Lanai order of the Moose a mrs inward Johnson. My and mrs Albert Vav. Johnson. Or and mrs. Herman Rice. Or. And mrs Walter Rinehart. Or. And mrs. Carl Berg. Or. And mrs. Charles Vandervort or and mrs. Cecil crinoids Arm or. And mrs Robert a ple Flay before easter May have caused considerable damage to leaches and sour cherries in the Girard territory if you happen to see the april Issue of Quot natural you will see an article written by Arthur c Parsons of Washington. D. A. And formerly of Ormsby entitled to find wild Honey Quot accompanying this article Are several pictures taken by him. One of the Parsons Ami one of Floyd Bloss of Ormsby cutting Down a Bee tree Many from Smethport attended the past governors banquet held in most Iii i port Allegany wednesday evening St. I i of s episcopal it ii. K la the Rev. Rodney f. Cobb. Rector sunday will lie tile festival of saints Philip and James apostles. Second sunday after faster 8 a. In holy communion will lie it All saints Chapel. In a in Church school. La a. Iii holy eucharist and Sermon Quot the twelve on this festival of the a Stolcs this will in an informative Sermon about the lives and deeds of the twelve am Stolcs. 4 p. In District festival service and presentation of tile lenten of Feising of episcopal churches in Mckean. Warren and Cameron counties a Union service of twelve episcopal churches. There will lie a solemn procession in which the clergy acolytes choirs and Church schools of these churches will March. All Are invited to this service. Refreshments will be served afterwards in the Parish House. Monday. 6 30 p. In woman s auxiliary dinner meeting in Parish House. Election of delegates to tile diocesan convention May 20-21 in Ridgway. The program will be on the Caribbean area. And much interesting information will be Given about missionary work there every woman of the Parish is a member of lie auxiliary and is expected to attend. Service the world our held of responsibility and the coining again of Christ our blessed Hope sunday service it a. In. Sunday school. La a in. Morning worship. Message by the pastor. 7 30 p. In a evening service message by the pastor. Song service and testimony meeting. Monday 6 30 p. In. Bible club at the Church. Ages 5-13. Wednesday 7 30 up. In. Prayer meeting and Bible study. Class in the study of the hebrew Tabernacle. Crosby methodist Church the Rev. J. H. Bailey minister sunday services 10 15 a in. Church school. Hpe tial son period Lur the children. La 30 a. In morning worship. St. Elizabeth s chinch Rev. For. Urban s. Barrett pastor Masse at 8 and 10 15 o clock every sunday morning. St. Weekday Mas is monday through Friday at 7 45 a. In. Saturday at 8 15 a Iii first Friday of each month mass at 7 3b a. In. I Vang l it Al us l l la bks Thren Farmers Valley the Rev. Cecil Ross pastor 9 30 a. In worship service. In 30 a in sunday school. 7 30 p. In youth Fellowship. 7 4.5 p in. Wednesday mid week prayer Anil Praise service. 8 p. In. Second sunday of the month mens meeting. 8 in p in second Friday of the month w 8. W. S. Crosby mrs. Thomas pais and is Howard Norman w Ere in Kane tuesday. Or Paul Weidert and daughters Pauline and Joanne have returned from Gardenville n a a a where they attended a relatives funeral mrs Ben Snyder who has been a at the Home of Lier aunt or Lamia Brown in Willlam spor or and mrs. L. E. H Bro Howlet in called Ai the Bert 5 Home Friday. Norwich Grange 2u18 held i Olar meeting monday evening the meeting Augusta Walter Helen Lait prop served lunch. Mrs. Henry Poklar and Dai patient in the Kane Community a Zuia were i Emporium f Hospital has returned to her Home much improved. Or and mrs. Frank Johnston Ole in silent the weekend Here. Or and mrs. Henry Fisher of Buffalo spent a Lew Days Here at the Home of or. And mrs Nate cites. Carol Rossi is spending the week i arid or Geol e rink family spent the weekend a Buna of i and mrs Clare it a Scot i Thomas of Buffalo \ Fuller i in re Friday. Insufficient funds keep bus dose to the fireside and loved Large majority of their membership which tolls 900 were present for i Hie ninth annual affair the fes Vitic got under Way at 4 p. Tit when clams were served followed by the banquet at 6 o clock following the banquet awards were made and i Hie member Iii in were presented to t individuals. Library memorials i i. S hints us a Phi. Fast Smethport re he Rev. Rodney f Cobb. Rector sunday is. Philip and James Day 8 a in holy1 communion. I whelk Al Mission Iii no tip Pine St. Kenneth Berlin a tor sunday May isl sunday school at 9 45 a. In. Wor hip service at la a. In evening worship at 7 30 p. In the pastor will be away attending the Middle East conference at Ashtabula. Ohio. The laymen of the Church will have charge of the service. Wednesday May 4 Bible tuck arum prayer meeting at 7 45 p. In thursday May 5�?Bible club at 7 p. In a ii Christ be not raised your Faith i vain be Are yet in Jour sins. But now i Christ t Ury Ville to 30 a. In sunday school. 11 30 a. In. Worship service. 7 45 p in. Tuesday braver service fast Smet it Pur t 10 30 a. In. Sunday school. 7 45 p in. Worship service. 7 45 p Iii. Thursday Prover Praise service. And it photographers meeting fill Barton local photographer pent three Days at the new York state photographers association meeting in Elmira n y. There were demonstrations by photographer from All Over the u s. And one from Canada. See and hear a Knesy i is Hust amateurs singers dam rus a a in no Sii i is stars of tomorrow Amaua r show i mrs Lav a i a of an is Mooi 8 15 Iii. Plus pins plus Otto t w i. Ii s ram Belfast Xvi los hours Tonini Fitch Trio by an amp my ii Tui Wilson Kona r tin huh keepers presented by Olean adults $1.20 trains not Hill children 55c continued from one looked any of the needs of the tam j Pun family wus evident by tile pres erne of a stroller which was being used by , the a month cd baby the Home equip cd with Gas,1 electricity and Gas was tarnished by or Carlson the Carlson children. Anna Ruth. George Alice and Jimmy ranging i in age irom 13 to 4 years were happily at play with the tampon youngsters Al it was apparent that language difficulties did t present too much of a Barrier. Hie tampon children value. 13 Anne 12. Mamet 8. Lame 6 Velio. 3. Linda 2 and , can expect a Good education Here us a school Kast Smith Cort Schook nov is Nancy g us of son editor first and second grades the first and second grades have some new net ruin records. Hie following children Are still absent because of measles Donna Jeun Parker. Bessie Jan Daugherty. Luther Mullen. Cecil Gallup Eddie Green Vivian Skinner and Barbal a Reed tiles children have returned Kent Stewart. Billy Mckean Jack Petruzzi. Donna very and Dorothy Cochran Carol Jane Ferman has moved to Derrick City. The girls in the room have five new jumping it it gets the room is newly decorated with a Spring like Border of Birds. Third and fourth grades there have been five pupils in our room absent because of Meas it event gilts to tile memorial fund it the Hamlin school Library Are. In memory of Mio j Ness by the 8. And c. Club or and mrs eat i h Gallup. The Shurron family. Or. And mrs. Louis Hull or. And mrs. Anthony str Vino and the Borough school faculty Iii memory of George Mcdermott by mrs Flora Barton or and mrs. Anthony str Vino. Mrs Mary Kohn and Rudy and Linum Kohn in memory of mrs John. Jet son cd col leg Rove by i and mrs Hamlin d. Redfield. In memory of Ray l. Abbey or. And mrs str Vino Niar impale Alan in nut i in rash by await reunion. Mrs. Haiti May Bensel of Daly l ily calif., i a Bown with Ber daughter Mary Ann 8, looking tit a newspaper picture of the Kathy fisc us tra Degy scene which was a cum pained by a picture of her brother o. A. Kelly one of the heroes of the futile Rescue attempt whom she had not seen in 20 years be reunited next month when she visits their Mother mrs Hattie Kelly in los Angeles. Bik is of a Feather Cash Joy Bright Hancock left chief of the u. S. Waves shakes hand with her British counterpart Jocelyn in 00he oui be director of the English Wrens As they met in Wren Headquarters in of Ursa a ones mansion London. Bus passing their Home will provide of a they Are Paula Jean very. Betts trans not station to the nearest school. The older children will probably la Gin to attend classes next jail according to or. Cur loll. Like millions of other american 1 Aimers Juan to in pull begun work Early monday morning Gilt Lur him ii Vivus the i it beginning of a venture into u new Way of Lite that was foreign to Hie armies that invaded i native Esonia. Sophia society honors mrs. Nora Johnson Green Robert of Rafeii Edgar Porter and Gilbert Tanner. Several others have been absent because of cold urn sore throats. Hie easter decorations have been replaced by a Border of Spring Birds. Larry Hildreth silent his easier vacation in Elmira. Fred Reed was visiting in port Allegany during his vat Adon. There was a contest in out building to be which room could sell the most tickets i or the band concert we sold the most a total of 29 sixth Grade Patty Wolfe is out of school with the Sophia society the measles our six weeks period ended on tuesday. Our room received two new balls and bats one for the boys and one tor the girls. The 4-h girls held a meeting at the school monday night. Our teacher has finished Reading the i Knik Quot tile whispering statue Quot members of anti other members of ans Auriti lutheran Church entertained at u 12 30 of clock luncheon wednesday afternoon in the Church Hall in Honor of mrs. Nora Johnson who on sunday celebrated the 90th ear of her birth. Mrs. Johnson was presented with a Plant and a purse of Money. Mrs Johnson enjoys Good health and is very Active Lur a woman other age she walks to town from her Home on Willow St once a week banquet May 6 and attends service at the Church of which she is a charter member Willard Snyder 34 of Martindale was admitted to the Kane Community Hospital Nark saturday with injuries received in a motor Accident near that place he was Given medical attention at my Jewett and then taken to the Hospital at i 4o a in reports indicate he suffered a Back to jury and that his condition is fairly Good 4 or pin x i i dmm Mon member of the Catholic daughters of aim l Ira will receive their annual Consolate communion Ai the 8 o clock a at St. Elizabeth s Church sunday May 1 a break list will follow at tile Corner he Laurar t i i i i x methodist Church the Rev. J h. Hailey minister sunday services to a. In Church school. 10 40 a. In morning worship. Ii methodist Church Rev. E j Burton. Minister second sunday after faster 9 45 a. In. Church school. Organized classes for everyone of every ave this being missionary sunday there will be a general Assembly miss Carris a Day. Missionary Secretary will address Hie school. 11 a. In divine worship. Morning prayer and Sermon Quot the family goes to the choir will in the Anthem he will be there Quot a Lowe. Through the week monday. 2 30 p in. Class in religious education. Wednesday evening choir rehear Al. Friday 9 p. In tile april meeting of the woman s namely of Chris Tau Servile devotional Leader or. Charles Vandervort pm foam Leader. Or Stillman Wells. Refreshment in charge of Circle 4, with i Murk Burgess Ami mrs. Don Nelson co Chait Man. Friday May 6 Mother daughter banquet Bapt in i Chi Chii the word of god is our Standard of i Aith and practice a crucified but living Christ our message the holy spirit our Jower for life and up Mother and daughter pre ached in scr Anton William rear a former local resident now employed in Scranton preached the easter service at the West Market Street we tar to Baptist Church in that City. Or. Rear l a member of the Board of deacons of tile Scranton Church. If a husband speak admiringly of his wife a clothes she assumes that he has endorsed the Price tags too. It is expected that about 150 per org will attend the Mother daughter banquet to be held at the Meh it it i t Church Friday evening May 6 at 6 30 of clock. Committees Are working to make it a delightful Altair and a line program is being arranged by mrs. Win Ross that will the of interest to Young and old reservations should be made to mrs Floyd Steiner not later than monday of next week it starts Friday i Psi in a Bradford Mem % technicolor musical Frank Esther Gen Sinatra a Williams a Kelly take me out to the Batt game or Row / add Cut. �0wa�0 a Hoto Betty Garrett a july my Himin continuous shows Xii x from 2 39 for pleasure travel. For Friendly visits. By Elf try if i have Ever been insulted have forgotten the incident. I Oil Skive i Mlay Shi p fifths an his Rutkin rhythm music Scheena Ronald Coleman in a the lost horizon one round was i rip new York $ 7.10 $13.35 Boston 10.15 18 85 Chicago 10.95 19.05 Washington 7.75 13.95 Detroit. 7.85 14.50 Miami 20.05 18.00 Montreal 11.25 20,25 Pittsburgh. 470 8.50 Knoxville. 13.00 23.40 Philadelphia 0.85 .12.35 by i l a to. 2.00 3.00 new Orleans 21.80 3925 Albuquerque 39.90 71.85 eos Angeles. 53.30 95.50 san Frisco. 54.15 97.50 Erie 2.50 4.50 Atlanta. 15.65 28.21 Denver. 27 05 49.80 Cleveland 4.45 8.05 Bakersfield. 53.25 95.90 Boise 40.55 73.00 plus u. S. Tax there Are so Many exciting places to go ifs so easy a so Low in Cost a so much fun h greyhound millions Are doing it swinging their travel plans to include the pleasant months of Spirg when All outdoors comes to life in a Buist of Bright blossoms. Spring travel by greyhound Means delightful weather Choice hotel accommodations fully relaxed Riding comforts and the lowest Tares in transportation. This Spring offers a tempting list of exciting places to go a pleasant things to do. Greyhound serve them All. With a wide Choice of routes and schedules. Go in springtime. Go greyhound. Choose the time i lint snits von Hest eastbound blesses leave 1 53 a. In., 7 51 a. Rn., 1 21 a. In., 4 35 a. In., 8 11 a. In. Westbound blesses leave 2 04 a. Rn., 5 59 a rn., 11 34 a. Rn., g 14 p. In. All times Eastern Standard Hull hotel main Street phone 9609 greyhound \

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