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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - February 6, 1964, Smethport, Pennsylvania Thursday february 6,1964 fags fire will hold joint lenten services three congregations in Smethport a the first methodist Church St. Luke a episcopal Church and Trinity lutheran Church will sponsor for the second year in succession joint mid week lenten services during the season of Lent. The mid week services will be held every wednesday evening at 8 of clock. Two services will be held in each Church with the pastors who Are preaching alternating each week. The six mid week lenten services will Center around the theme a key words for the schedule for the services is As follows feb. 12�?St. Luke a episcopal Church. Topic a repentance a Rev. John a. Squires preaching. Feb. 19�?St. Luke a Church. Topic a commitment a Rev. Roy Christensen preaching. Feb. 26�?Trinity lutheran Church. Topic a a suffering Rev. Arthur b. Cope preaching. March 4�? Trinity lutheran Church. Topic a Freedom a Rev. John a. Squires preaching. March Llu first methodist Church. Topic a Grace a Rev. Roy w. Christensen preaching. March 18.�? first methodist Church. Topic a obedience a Rev. Arthur b. Cope preaching. Each congregation will observe their own holy week services in their respective congregations. Rev. Roy w. Christensen is pastor of Trinity lutheran Church Rev. Arthur b. Cope is Rector of St. Luke a episcopal Church and Rev. John a. Squires is pastor of first methodist Church. Early morning lenten services by Trinity youth beginning next wednesday morning feb. 12, Ash wednesday the youth of Trinity lutheran Church Smethport will sponsor a series of Brief Early morning lenten services. The Brief worship services will begin at 7 30 . And will be held every wednesday morning throughout the season of Lent. The services will be conducted by the youths themselves. Following the services a Light refreshment will be served to those in attendance after which All the youths will attend High school. A number of different services will be employed by the youths in their efforts to provide an additional Opportunity for worship and meditation during the season of Lent. These services which have been planned and coordinated entirely by the youths themselves will include the service of Matins the general Suffrages the morning Suffrages and other adapted services. During each service a meditation for the Day will be presented by one of the two leaders responsible each week for the worship service. The service beginning at 7 30 ., will last approximately 20 to 30 minutes. The following schedule will be followed feb. 12. Leaders Betsey Abbey and Benay Starsky. Feb. 19. Leaders Sandy Anderson and Val Jean Johnson. Feb. 26. Leaders Lenny Anderson and Donald Thomas. Mar. 4. Leaders Hay Abbey and Susan Brown. Mar. La. Leaders Eddie Anderson and Robert Cochran. Mar. 18. Leaders Peter Anderson and Danny Thomas. Mar. 25. Leaders Gail Elliott Cathy Donovan and Susan lop us. Adult members of Trinity and the Community As Well and especially youths Are invited to attend. Rev. Roy w. Christensen is pastor of Trinity. Youth counsellors Are or. And mrs. Roy Pettit. Holy name society will install officers new officers of the holy name society of St. Elizabeth a Parish in Smethport will be installed by father James h. Weber at the regular monthly meeting of the society which will be held sunday evening at 7 30 in the Church Center. Officers to be installed Are Joseph Faes president William Mcgavisk vice president Richard Raymond treasurer and Robert j. Nick Secretary. Plans will be discussed for the Public Ham dinner which will be held in the Church Center on sunday april 12. Members of the society will participate in the corporate holy communion at the 8 30 . Mass sunday. Job of laymen Monteagle Tenn. A Christian evangelism is the duty of the laymen not the minister says the Rev. Donald t. James diocesan missionary of Pittsburgh. He told the Tennessee episcopal churchmen a conference a the idea that evangelism is something for the professionals is Trinity youth plan Observance of youth sunday this coming sunday youth members of the Luther league of Trinity lutheran Church in Smethport will participate in two activities in their Observance of youth sunday. At the la . Service of worship a number of youths will share in conducting the morning service. At this time Danny Thomas will Lead the epistle Eddie Anderson will read the gospel Valjean Johnson Vic president of the local league will bring the greetings and Robert Cochran will Lead the service As Litu Gist. Ushers and greeters for the service will be Lenny Anderson Donald Thomas Hay Abbey and Susan Brown. The acolyte will be Peter Anderson. Awards will be presented to members of Trinity a Junior choir and to youths serving As acolytes. At 7 . On sunday the youths will again join together in presenting the program entitled a do not say i am Only a the provocative program presented by Betsey Abbey Judy Abplanalp Susan Brown Wanda Cochran Sandy Anderson president Benay Starsky Ray Abbey and Peter Anderson and several adults is designed primarily to provoke thought initiate discussion and spark action in the relationships of youths and adults. Following the program a Fellowship hour will be held. Members of Trinity members of the Community especially youths Are cordially invited to attend. Rev. Roy w. Christensen is pastor of Trinity. Counsellors for the Luther league Are or. And mrs. Roy Pettit. Larabee or. And mrs. Robert Haynes and daughters Marilyn Marilyn and Jacquelyn were guests of or. And mrs. Raymond Mesler at Bolivar sunday. Or. And mrs. Jack Bishop and daughter Carol of Coleville were sunday dinner guests of or. And mrs. Eugene Minard. Or. And mrs. Benjamin Carpenter of Clarence n. Y., were sunday guests of his sister miss Ruth Carpenter. Or. And mrs. Earl Morlan of Olean visited mrs. Walter Morris Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Alford Cornelius and son Arden were guests of or. And mrs. Darwin Arnold at Wellsville Friday evening. Seaman Joseph Connolly of the Boston at new York spent the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. Joe Connolly. Mrs. Clarence Carpenter accompanied by John Baker of Coryville visited Clarence Carpenter at the veterans Hospital in Buffalo last Friday. Enro Ute Home they called on or. And mrs. Donald Heitman at East Aurora. Mrs. Walter Moses with or. And mrs. Neil Silvis of Coryville visited mrs. Ray Schwab at the St. Marys Hospital wednesday. Or. And mrs. Dorwin Knapp and children of port Allegany were guests of or. And mrs. Eugene Minard sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Patrick Foley or. Of Smethport called on miss Margaret Raszman Friday. Or. And mrs. Al Bachman and sons skip and Dana of Turtle Point were guests of her Mother mrs. Milton Childs last sunday. Or. And mrs. Clinton Taylor of Coryville and or. And mrs. Monroe Ramer and son Michael of Bradford were recent guests of miss Ruth Carpenter. Mrs. Don Chandler of port Allegany visited her daughter mrs. Eugene Minard Friday. Or. And mrs. Everett Hills of port Allegany were guests of or. And mrs. J. T. Haynes Friday evening. Mrs. Clyde Preston of Bradford visited her brother Carl Bradt and mrs. Bradt saturday. Or. And mrs. Herbert Johnson and children Loretta Steve Jay and Erie and mrs. Leigh Harris and children of Allegany were guests at a birthday dinner at the Home of mrs. Florence Jenick in Olean sunday. The birthday of Steve and Jay Johnson and Stanley Harris were observed. Cancer education program planned for Oes District Smethport methodist Church thursday to inaugurate a can sixteen members of four chapters of District no. La order of the Eastern Star met at let port Dav to cer program for District chapter. Mrs. Alene Chew Field representative of Pennsylvania division of acs and mrs. Elwood mix executive director of the Mckean county unit were speakers at the meeting conducted by mrs. Roy Schlarp of Austin grand chapter committee member on cancer. District la is comprised of Kane it. Jewett Bradford Duke Center port Allegany and Smethport chapters. Is speaker Helm makes reply to Monago Harrisburg House speaker w. Stuart Helm has replied by letter to Richard Monaco of Bradford democratic candidate for the vacant Assembly seat from Mckean county answering the Brad Fordland a criticism of the speaker for not having set a Date earlier than april 28 for the special election. April 28 is also the Date of the Spring primary. Terming or. Monagon a criticism As a entirely unwarranted a the speaker expresses the belief that a very Little study was Given to the subject matter prior to making your or. Monagon a position was re it red in the Jan. 25 edition of he Bradford Era. Or. Helm states the View that or. Monago might have checked with officials of the democratic party a and Learned their stand on this or. Helms letter a a copy of which was sent to the press goes on a i did take the trouble to Check with the democratic state chairman As i do on every vacancy that exists. He the democratic party the Republican state chairman and myself were of one Accord in that we did not desire to Saddle the taxpayers of Mckean county with an additional expense of somewhat Over $6,000 for the purpose of conducting a special election in the dead of Winter since no great need existed to fill the vacancy that quickly. A you May be assured a or. Helms letter to or. Monago concludes a that i had the interest of the taxpayers at heart in declaring this election and regardless of your personal opinion the decision was made in All Good roof fire put out by it. Jewett vow a roof fire was extinguished by the it. Jewett Volunteer fire department at 11 45 . Friday at the Home of Raymond Carlson on Lindholm Road near that Borough. An overheated stove was believed responsible for the fire which was quickly quelled by firemen. Or. Carlson lives alone. Have selected new Homestead locations on a second relocation tract near Jimerson town West of Salamanca. There Are 138 families to be displaced by the Allegheny River flood control project who were Given second Choice. After their selections Are Complete the Seneca nations housing authority will pick locations for single dwelling units i will construct. Then Seneca land owners in the Reservoir a take area who do not own Homes now will have the Opportunity of picking lots before the remainder Are made available to other Seneca families. The two areas Are comprised of about 310 single one acre tracts. Phone in news items Spike Slavin furniture television appliances Phons 225-4785 main St. Eldred open evenings the 8 30 Wanna Highway Home a the dwelling Shewn above was being transported from the Corydon Erer to the Willow Creek Section Friday when a mechanical difficulty caused a breakdown end the Structure was stranded in the Middle of the Reed. Motorists were forced to drive Over a nearby Field bypass Shewn at the right to Complete their journey Over the High was. Plan orderly relocation of families in Corydon Start Hospital project the first step in a $1,500,000 building program at Warren state Hospital started with demolition of one of the oldest buildings Curwin Hall. One of the major improvements will be a modern Kitchen. Want ads get results sidestepping a threatened showdown the Federal government withdrew Friday its deadline for 13 families to leave the doomed River town of Corydon. . Marshals had served final notices on the families earlier this week effective Friday. The Little town in Northern Warren county is to be wiped out in a year or so when a flood control dam on the Allegheny River creates a huge Reservoir. However in Pittsburgh u. S. Atty. Gustave Diamond said it had been decided the government would not Force the families to move immediately. He added that arrangements were being made a without any deadline a for settlement of the families dispute with the government and an orderly relocation. Asst. . Atty. Richard e. Tucker accompanied . Deputy marshal Robert s. Morphy to Corydon to work out details with the families. Previously several families had asserted they would not move pending settlement of their claims by the . Corps of engineers which is constructing the dam South of Kin Zua. These holdout families feel they have not been offered fair value for their houses and land and some have suits pending in Federal court. Other Homes and businesses in Corydon already have been vacated by owners who accepted government settlements. A number of empty houses in Corydon and Kinzua also to disappear under River Waters and almost entirely abandoned have been the targets of vandals and thieves. The remaining Corydon residents fear that if they leave their Homes vandals will wreck them and be unable to get what they consider an equitable settlement later. The government says it wants the families to move As a soon As possible a because something has to be done about demolishing the houses before two barns Burn two barns on the Tate tourist cottage property 3vfc Miles East of Galeton on . It. 6, were destroyed by fire Friday night. Loss was estimated at $6,000. Deadline feb. 20 to pick Home Sites by indians Salamanca . Deadline for Choice selections of new Home Sites for the 39 Seneca Indian families is feb. 20, according to an announcement by Council president George d. Heron. Families who plan new Homes outside the Kinzua Reservoir area will begin selecting their Sites tonight on a proposed resettlement area in the steam Burg Quaker Bridge selections. The choices Are to be made on a priority list in the order they Drew lots last year. The procedure is for calling in families in groups of seven to acquaint them with site options. Forty other families already you glower into your newspaper to avoid Tho gang at co Foo break it May to you have uncongenial associates. On Tho other hand it could mean that something is physically wrong with you. And you doctor is the Man to help you find out. When he does find us fast. Main Street Smethport the. 887-5858 we have been entrusted with filing approximately 250, prescriptions�?140,000 new ones plus thousands of refills who rear Izz Winter vacation in a wire never carry More Cash than you can afford to lose Don t take a Chance on having your fun spoiled by docs or theft of your vacation funds. Protect your travel Cash with 100%-eafe american exp Reaa travellers cheques they Are instantly recognised anywhere in the world and Are Good until used. If lost or stolen you get a prompt refund. Charge Only 1%. The first National Bank of Eldred Quot the Bank of Friendly semite Quot banking hours monday through thursday 9 00 to 3 00 Friday 9 00 to 3 00, 4 00 to 6 00 closed All Day saturday walk up window open from 8 30 . To 3 30 . Member of Federal Reserve Bank member Federal Deposit insurance corporation deposits insured by Federal Deposit insurance corporation maximum insurance $10,000 for each member rent a Safe Deposit box�?$3.00 and up Par year diseases of the heart and circulation were responsible for 954,170 . Deaths in 1942, or Mere then half of the total from All causes. This Points up the magnitude of the heart programs supported by the heart fund which re Echos its highpoint end Climax on Tho Wook end of Hoert sunday february 14. More then 1,750,000 heart sunday volunteers will visit their neighbors to distribute heart guarding information end to receive heart fund contributions. Have a heart give generously Send your contributions to a a a Mckean county heart fund 200 pleasant St. Bradford a. #

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