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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - December 8, 1949, Smethport, Pennsylvania Smethport a thursday december 8, 1949 Mckean county Democrat Page three u i it a Quot i Mimm my Fol i i m m f of i i i Viv i j social highlights of Smethport and Vicinity miss Alma lord Clarence Bugger wed november 23 interesting bits Here and there by Ron Abel of mix a mrs. F b. Fidler of Clarion was the weekend guest of her daughter. Mrs. Harold l. Lindquist and family. Miss Alma Lucy lord daughter of a or. And mrs. Paul Schoonmaker j or. Aik mrs Herman lord. Smith and or. And mrs. G. C. Douglas were part r d l became the Bride of Olean visitors monday. Clarence Milford mugger son of a a mrs. Cathern Huggler. mrs. Mary Denning will enter j a or. And mrs. T. Enright and the double ring ceremony was pertain the Contact club at a luncheon son of new York will spend next formed at the Home of the Bride followed by Bridge at her Home to week Here at the Home of mrs. In j grooms Mother in Coudersport on Day. Rights Mother. Mrs. E. R. Kohn. J november 23 at 9 p. In. The Rev. Gordon w. Loomis pastor of the a mrs. William Murray has re a or. And mrs. W. A. Ross enter i Coudersport methodist Church of i turned from Kane Community hos tamed the pinochle club at their Fici ated. Pit a1 where she has been a medical Home monday evening. Mrs. Celia Hotchkiss of Smith patient. A a port r. D. I was Matron of Honor mrs. John Hull is visiting her j for the Bride. Richard m. Curran of in the Democrat issued forty years ago the following item appeared which was headed Quot fifty years ago a w. Mcknight writes As follows to the Brookville Republican in Jefferson county fifty years ago there were no railroads tricycles bicycles rubber tired vehicles no automobiles no paved roads or streets. In 1859 a few weeks ago has returned to his j Home in Wilkes Barre. His condition is not too Good and he is at present under the care of a physician. A retired methodist Clergyman the Rev. Levi d. Adams of East Church St., Eden. And mrs. Adams Gifford Man observed 90th birthday one of this areas oldest residents observed his 90th birthday anniversary at a family dinner sunday afternoon. John Young who resides in Gifford with his daughter mrs. Celebrated their 51st wedding an Ida Smith must believe in the say ego record Pennsylvania farm flocks set an All time october record when they produced 227 million eggs last month according to Federal state surveys announced today by the state department of agriculture. Subscribe to Democrat phone your hews to 53 it Isnit necessary to have a Defin Ite opinion on every subject. Dogs get affection because they give it so let that be a lesson to you. It took As Long to travel three Niv Ersary this week. The Adams once j what s in a name a the Spry a mrs. John Hughes of Catawissa. Pa., is visiting at the Home of her parents or and mrs. L. Morrison. A a mrs. W. W mix and daughter returned tuesday from the Olean general Hospital. A a a misses Edna and Dora Keenan returned Friday from a visit in Lynn mass., and Buffalo. A a Ralph Badger entered Buffalo general Hospital monday for treatment. A a a a miss Belva Ford entertained the fortnightly club at the Corner restaurant followed by cards at her Home wednesday evening. A a Claude pullers entertained the Len s club at his Home wednesday evening. Sister in Emporium. A a a or and mrs. C. C. Choate entertained the duplicate club at their Home last thursday evening. A mrs. B a. Ball entertained the monday duplicate club at luncheon at the colonial hotel followed by cards at her Home monday. Lantz Corners was Best Man and James h. Jewart Coudersport was usher. For her informal wedding the Bride wore a Gray gabardine suit give lie something in lingerie houseboats in satins Rayons Silks quilted and Chenille. Beautiful slips and gowns in nylons and silk crepes Gabriel with Blue pin Stripe. She had a Corsage of yellow rosebuds. Her attendant selected a blues silk print with a Corsage of red Rose buds. A or. And mrs. John Brown and both the Bride and bridegrooms miss Jean Brown called on Little mothers wore corsages of Pink Rose Kermit Brown a polio victim at buds. A luncheon was served after Zim Zim Hospital sunday. They j the wedding at the bridegrooms i reported encouraging improvement Mother s Home. In his condition. A. A or. And mrs. James Mccrory of Pittsburgh Are guests of or. And mrs. Wes Mcmillan. A a a a John Russell of Eldred was a business visitor in Smethport wednesday. A a a a or. And mrs. Carl Peterson and son Bill. Of Mechanic St visited relatives in it. Jewett tuesday and wednesday. A a a a John Saulpaugh was a business visitor in Erie for a few Days this week. A a a a or. And mrs. Harry Hull Are building an addition to their Home on Center St. A a a mrs. Cecil Sexton will entertain after a wedding trip to Tremont pa., the couple will reside at Smethport r. D. I. W Quot of m f of Quot if r Coryville mrs. Birdie Raker cermpon4r�t 9 the ladies Aid will serve their Christmas dinner at the Home of the president mrs. Ada Windsor in Moody hollow december 15 at noon. All come and bring a Small gift for the tree and receive one in return and please remember your . The Garden club met at the Home of mrs Mildred havoc last thurs Hardwick the my club at their Christmas i Day. Those attending were Viola Vanhorn Mary Farrell. Sarah Mcclure. Margaret Windsor Ada Windsor. Eleanor Shick. Florence Harris Clara Palmer Mary Gold and daughter Noma. All reported a Good time and Lovely lunch there was a Xmas program and Exchange of gifts. Two new members joined Mabel Potter and Sarah Mcclure. William Lemon of Rochester visited his parents. Or. And mrs. Leo Lemon a few Days last week Howard Eckelbarger of St to tex., and or. And mrs. Gene Echelbarger of Indian Creek visited their Cousin mrs. Nellie Rigel last week. Or. And mrs. Sam Baker and daughters. Mary and Katherine and mrs. John Baker were Bradford shoppers Friday. Carl Benson and Wilbert Beddow of Washington. Pa., stayed at the Nelson Stickles and joined the Deer Hunters thursday Friday and sat i inlay. Mrs. Leo Lemon Beatrice Rice j and Boyd Lemon were Olean business callers saturday. Oscar Widgett and Clarence Baker of Washington pa., who stayed at the Baker Home returned Home wednesday without any Deer. Mrs. Gladys Burrows and mrs. Marian Baker were Olean shoppers wednesday. To at her Home this evening. High is Hooi a i in to in i red in gym lass Emery Gallup of Burbanks a freshman in Smethport High school was injured during gym class at the school tuesday. He was taken to a local physician where a rays showed a fractured i Bone Between his right knee and ankle. The leg was placed in a cast after which the injured youth was taken to the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Alfred Gallup. De Okerlund improves the family of de Okerlund report j that there is some slight improve ment in his condition this week or. Okerlund was taken to Kane com a Unity Hospital about ten Days ago. Or and mrs Okerlund had previously planned to leave for Jensen Beach. Fla., december 7th. Hundred Miles As it now does to tra Vel in Comfort and ease three thousand Miles. There were no telegraphs. Telephones phonographs weekly or daily papers or daily weather reports. There was no natural Gas for Light heating cooking or Street lights no cooking stoves without a fire no electric Power or Light. In 1859 the first kerosene or Carbon Oil was sold in Brookville for $100 per gallon. Now under the Genius and humanitarianism of j d Rockefeller refined Oil is delivered at your Kitchen for 15 cents per gallon. In nov., 1859, the Steamer beware commenced running from Kittanning to Emlenton in connection with the a v r r this gave us the first Pittsburgh morning papers the evening of the same Day. In 1859 there were no water works toilet rooms hot water bottles ice bags Cut Glass porcelain Ware self-Seal-1 Eberts having ing fruit jars no Bath tubs or Sani j the party tary conditions whatever. There were j no sewing machines washing machines clothes wringers bed Springs Analine dyes evaporated fruits knitting machines Cash registers rubber Stamps or Fountain pens. There were no Banks state or National no organs in schools or churches there were no auxiliary societies to the churches no baseball basketball football or Myca s. Brown sugar full of Sand retailed at 12c a Pound and refined such As everybody uses now sold then at 18c.&Quot i thought by reprinting this article it might serve to remind us How much More we have than our ancestors of Only 40 years ago and one Hundred years ago. In other words a lot to be thankful for. Lived in a House which stood in two t old gentleman began his 91st year states. Tile y. State line by a resident of Gifford for the past seated the living room of their Ceres i 53 years or. Young had been pm Home. Pennsylvania couples fre i played As a teamster in the Oil Fields Quentlyn called with the request that in the Days before machinery took they by married in new York state. Over the work of the horses. They were placed on that Side of the j he was born in Pine City a Small living room. New York couples who i Clarion county town Aud had been desired a Pennsylvania License stood a Farmer before moving to this urea Claude pullers Agency to Safe insure today Larson greenhouses Floyd e. Case proprietor phone 24ij port Allegany a. Flower for Aii orca Eloim Metal venetian blinds 20�?�-28&Quot widths. $3.49 29�?�-3ft&Quot widths .$3.98 Bce Long easily shortened venetian Blind sales Dryville. A. Phone Eldred 108r22 he Lias been retired for Hie past 15 years. Or Young although very hard of hearing has been in fair health his main exercise is walking which lie engages in quite regularly throughout the Day. A widower for the past 12 years or. Young has two daughters mrs. Gertrude Doyle of Buffalo and in the same living room but on the Pennsylvania Side. Or. And mrs. Adams were married at Sawyer City where tile former had his first charge. Two of Tho party of four that were drowned in Tionesta dam last week had in years past stayed at the Bill Ebert Home in Coleville. At the time of the drowning a partner in bust i mrs. Smith. He has 13 grandchildren Ness of one of the victims was stay 29 great grandchildren and four ing at the Ebert Home. This tragedy j great great grandchildren. Struck very near to Home with the a _ a known so Many of Fillmore Hospital in Buffalo or. And mrs Max slump of Brook a Ville were guests at the Leo Braden Home wednesday. Rev. And mrs. Cecil Ross and daughter. Janice were in Canton. A. Monday. Twenty five members of the youth Fellowship enjoyed a Chili supper at the Church Hall Friday evening. Mrs Louise Perry superintendent of the class was in charge of arrangements. Ivle Dicy i society radio broadcasts Vav get amp la use the Cias Siisea and Section phone your news items to 63 Blatt Bros. Star theatre tile Kane Community Hospital has completed installation of a new Diathermy machine for heat treatment. A new sterilizing equipment will be installed aniline the next few months. Port Allegany is attractively decorated in keeping with the Christmas season. In the Center of the Square is a Holiday Candle lighting scene the figures designed and painted by or. Vance Carlson. Be a Hind this scene is a lighted Christ a Mas tree. And on three Corners of the Square arc displayed signs Reading port Allegany extends season s three generations of the Upthegrove nimrods scoured the Forest near Brooder hollow and ail were successful in getting Deer. Frank Upthegrove shot a five Point Buck on the first monday morning at 8 30 a. In. His son Carol got his 13 Point Buck at 9 30 while Carol s son c. J., beat them both by bagging a Lour Point Buck at 7 20 that morning Frank resides at Rew and Carol and his son at Coleville. It is interesting to note that another son Brig. Gen. Fay Upthegrove who is serving As chief of operations at the flying held near Frankfurt Germany recently secured an Elk and Deer in the Forest near that historic base. Lady Luck has sure been sticking close to them this season and i Ani glad for them. The missing j. F. La a ugh. Mention of which i made in this column the Mckean county medical to j piety As part of its Public Educa Hon Campaign will present a series of programs a your doctor speak i ing Quot Over Bradford radio stations i Webb and web pm. The pro i Grams Are scheduled for sunday of i Ternoois at 1 30 of clock. Leonard Kasmore of web and web pm will produce the programs. Next broadcast will be on dec la j when or Luke Garvin will speak on psycho at in Medicine other speakers and their topics include dec. 18. Or. W j. Sigmund care of older people Jan 8, or j e Wood House prenatal care Jan. 15. Or. S a. Mccutcheon. Acute appendicitis. Or Charles Cleland diagnosis of diabetes Jan 22 Jan 29 or Harold Shapiro your children a eyes feb. 5. Or s. Gordon Huff tuberculosis feb 12. Or. Charles Luckett rehabilitation of the disabled feb. 19, or. H. A. Wilson obstetrics feb. 26. Or Raymond Price and Florence Siewers r no a nursing in the present Day mar. 5, or Robert p. Krall. Allergy mar. 12. Or. E j. Medden hernia. The Virginia was founded at 1839 military Institute Lexington. Ain banners v Alley mks. L. Braden correspondent or and mrs John Brown and miss Jean Brown were in Erie sunday to visit Little Kermit Brown a polio patient who is hospitalized at the zem zem Hospital they report encouraging improvement in his condition the Martini class is sponsoring a Bazaar Friday evening at the Church Hall. A 5c supper will be served tic ginning at 5 of clock. B. B Bickford underwent Eye surgery at the Millard Filmore Hospital. Buffalo. Monday. Mrs. B. B. Bickford. Miss Ardyce Bickford Clayton Bickford and William and Kenneth Burdick were recent visitors of b b. Bickford who has been a patient it the Millard m Quot it 3&Quot Avo these Fine Quality musical instruments May a seen on our sales floor now. We invite your inspection. Emery hardware 45 47 main St phones 6138. 8iff Here s the Way to a j a merry Christmas join one of these classes now Loo 10c each week for 50 weeks 25c each week for 50 weeks 50c each week for 50 weeks $ 1.00 each week for 50 weeks $ 2 00 each week for 50 weeks�?$100.00 $ 5.00 each week for 50 weeks�?$250.00 12.50 25.00 50.00 $10 00 each week for 50 weeks�?$500.00 Complete banking facilities banking hours monday through friday�?9 a. In.-2 30 p. In. Saturday 9 a. In.-12 noon i i Smethport a. Member of Federal Reserve Bank system member of Federal Reserve Deposit insurance Dorp. Who Fri. Sat. Douglas Dick dec. 9-10 Steve Brodie Quot Nome of the or ave tile picture with Quot guts also is Kirt subjects . Dec. 11-12 Ary Grant Ann Sheridan a i was a male War Bride grand comedy a Beautiful new look. For your Kitchen. And new Joy in meal preparing. When your Range is a Hardwick. Such Thrifty prices make your new Hardwick fit right into your family budget yet you cannot buy better cooking performance it any Price. You la find a Model that is just right a for your Home. And when you see the Price tag you la know you be found a bargain. J Smethport natural Gas co. Tues. Wed. Thu. Dec. 13-11-15 Milton Berle Virginia Mayo Bert Lauk a always leave them laughing this year give a books of theatre tickets on Sale at our Box office spotlights fits any car seat covers for All ars mirrors rear and Side View is flashlights cigarette lighter replacements for cars special Christmas notice e for air twists a a a Unity spot Light will be Given to one of our customers on december 25th., for further information inquire Here now Wells Sterling service your Firestone and general Tiki Iii mrs. Opposite court House a Smethport a of. 525 Hamilton h a k hes for ladies and men necklaces pearls crucifixes men s and children a jewelry a Iron Sony lighters inquire about our Lay a Way plan 40001ft or Tim t of Kwh 37 a the directory a 15 jewels expansion Bracelet $33.75 on jewelry compacts by Pim Iii it 225 main St. Smethport

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