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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - January 12, 1933, Smethport, Pennsylvania / Page five Mckean county Democrat Smethport pa., thursday january r2, 1933 Mckean Democrat Smethport thursday Jan. 12, 1933 local Penci Lings flu and a the local epidemic a of Grippe continues unabated. A a daughter was born to or. And mrs. William Burdick of Cole Creek on thursday Jan. 5. A mrs. Claude bullers is entertaining the m. G. Club this evening at her Home on King Street. A the next dance of the i hatters will be conducted at the Temple club a wednesday evening january 18. Y Rev. For. Urban s. Barrett issued i \ annual financial report of St. a Church last sunday. Yrs. A. Z. Lineman entertained the tuesday Bridge club at her Home on in in Street tuesday evening. A Bucktail Post american legion conducted a successful card party at a Temple club last thursday night. In a mrs. J. J. Allison will entertain f4 e neighbourhood club at her Home on Green Street this evening at 7 30 of clock. A mrs. C. C. Choate entertained two tables of contract Bridge at her Home on Pike Street on monday evening at 8 of clock. A mrs. O. Albert Johnson entertain. _. De several Little folks monday after i Munday and is now convalescing in a noon for her daughters 6th birthday a ratifying manner at Tho Home of his a James Donley has been confined to his Home by an attack of illness. A or. And mrs. Ralph Irving and son Robert of Smethport Are now located in Tampa Fla., for the Winter. Of. A. Green is convalescing from a severe attack of illness which confined him to his Home on King Street for two weeks. A mrs. Rena Balsley and miss mate Sartwell of this Borough who left re Chetly for Florida Are now sojourning at Orlando Fla. A a Raymond Bray is seriously ill at his Home in Farmers Valley. Or. Robert Hamilton of Smethport is the attending physician. A attorney Guy b. Mayo has been confined to his Home on West main Street by a severe attack of illness. Or. Mayors condition is now improving. A mrs. Jane Ware of Bush Hill farm is suffering from a severe attack of illness at the Safstrom nursing Home. Or. Burg Chadwick is attending the Well known lady. A Frank Barbour resumed his duties As clerk at the Smethport Post office on monday after being confined to his Home on Bank Street with a severe attack of illness for the past three weeks. A Horace Hockenberry who underwent a major operation at the Kane Community Hospital recently was discharged from that institution on anniversary. A mrs. F. A. Miller entertained a few Little folks tuesday afternoon for her son. John whose 5th anniversary was that Day. A the men of the methodist episcopal Church and congregation Are having a supper at that Church this evening at 6 30 of clock. A Sarah Oviatt Armstrong has moved her household goods from the Nourse House on main Street to the Barton House on East main. A county agent w. A. Ross who has been confined to his Home for several Days with a severe attack of illness is somewhat improved. A about forty members of St. Christophers Guild enjoyed a Turkey dinner at St. Luke a Parish House on monday evening at 6 30 of clock. A the sunday school class a Church chums Quot of the methodist Church held a regular business meeting tuesday evening following a 6 of clock dinner. A what you never expected has come to pass. A Gold Dollar for 50c. For further particulars read Mon Heimers and on this Page of the Democrat. A Carmina Ferri daughter of or. And mrs. Harry Ferri underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Kane Community Hospital on sunday. She is reported to be in a satisfactory condition. A or. And mrs. F. J. Quirk will entertain the consonant club at dinner and Bridge at their Home on East main Street this evening at 6 30 of clock. A mrs. Orson Stull entertained the members of the Sophia society of the Smethport lutheran Church at her Home in Bradford last thursday afternoon. J a Penn Minerd entertained sixteen of his Young friends at an enjoyable dancing party at his Home on West main Street on Friday evening at eight o clock. Or. And mrs. Urben Fay and Ray Day went to Buffalo on monday. They returned with two new Chevrolet automobiles for the Fay amp Mckeirnan garage. Pc. W. Shattuck is a patient at the Kane Community Hospital where he underwent an operation at the hands of or. Mosser and or. Hockenberry on monday for the removal of a gland in his neck. A miss Mayme Colegrove entertained a few friends at her Home on main Street on wednesday evening in Honor of miss Elsie Sherer whose birthday came on that Day. A mrs. Harriet r Gillette will entertain the Meanon club at dinner at the colonial hotel monday evening at 6 30 of clock followed by Bridge at the Home of mrs. Mary a. Denning. Mrs. Alford Bush and mrs. W. A. Ross entertained the members of the Coronada Camp fire at the Home of the former on East main Street on tuesday evening at eight of clock. A Norbert Peck Ham has been named a the Lewis run Borough Council to serve As Burgess of that town until the next general election. Or. Peck Ham is Well known in Smethport. A routine business was transacted at a regular meeting of Mckean Post veterans of foreign wars held at the legion lyceum last thursday evening. Thirty members were present at the meeting. Mrs. J a. Nellis entertained at luncheon at her Home on Bank Street saturday at one of clock in Honor of miss Margaret Caldwell of Bradford who was guest speaker at the traveler a Auh that afternoon. A Gleet storm monday evening made Street pavements and sidewalks extremely Slippery. Truck Crews of the state Highway shops in Smethport were called out to place cinders on the county a network of highways a the party which was to have been a4 Given by the his for the girl reserves on Friday evening. January 13th has been postponed until Friday even ins feb 31 on account of the rehearsals of the play to be Given Jan. 19th and 20th. _. A regular meeting of Mckean Voiture american legion forty and eight was held at the legion lyceum Smethport tuesday evening Imeln Lindholm of Smethport la chef de Gare and attorney e. G. Potter Coria respondent of the county organization. A word was received from Edwin Oviatt. Who left for Florida about dec. 20. Of his Safe arrival there. Regardless of his advanced age he stood the trip Well. He will spend the Winter with his sons. Gyrus o a of Jacksonville and Beaman Oviatt of Sandford. Mrs o. J Hamlin prominent Smethport lady who Hajj been a patient in the Bradford Hospital since shortly before Christmas suffering with a fractured left ankle which she sustained in a fall was Brough to her Home Here this week. Mrs. Hamlin whose ankle is now in a cast in Rynn Vohma slowly but steadily news which will be pleasing to her Many friends All of whom Hope she will be Able to be out soon. brother or. R. E. Hockenberry of this place. A the following officers for the coming year were elected at a meeting of the s. L. Club held last thursday night at the Home of mrs. Elof Erickson president Martha Swanson vice president Etta Axelson Secretary mrs. Earl Lyman treasurer Alma Hector. A the american legion auxiliary enjoyed a delightful costume party at the legion lyceum club rooms monday evening. The ladies of the auxiliary were attired in old fashioned costumes. Following the meeting cards were played prizes were awarded for the fancy costumes and a delicious lunch was served. Pc. F. Boller editor of the port Allegany reporter Argus de. Guen Ter of Coryville and Frank Hackett of Coleville were in Smethport saturday acting As auditors for the annual audit of the Mckean Grange Mutual fire insurance co. Editor Boller was a pleasant caller at the Democrat office during his stay in Smethport. A Jerome Denning Smethport Young Man who has been employed by the f. C. Thomas Market Basket stores Chain at the Olean Headquarters has been in charge of the upper main Street Market Basket store Smethport during the illness of the manager John Larson who underwent an operation for sinus trouble at the Olean general Hospital last week. Or. Larson is recovering at his Home Here. A Smethport residents Are interested in the first National Bank of Eldred in View of the fact that h. H. Redfield president e. E. Drake cashier and miss Mary Kleisath. Asset. Cashier Are residents of this town. The Eldred Bank a statement at the close of business on dec. 31 shows the institution to be in splendid condition. It is a member of the Federal Reserve system and a National a Roll of Honor Bank Quot which Means that its surplus and profits exceed the capitalization. In the Case of the Eldred National Bank capital is $25,000 surplus $75,000.00 total capital and surplus $100,000.00 a the january meeting of the women a foreign missionary society Farmers Valley notes Rev. And mrs. Haskins and son Harold and daughter Margaret of Bradford took supper with or. And mrs. Brougham Friday evening. Marguerite Parker and Deva Bickford called on mrs Fred Digel one Day last week Flossie Braden of Duke Center spent the week end with her brother Leo Braden. Esther Miller and Ruth Sherwood were calling on friends in the Valley thursday. Olive Probert called on Rena Braden thursday afternoon. Born to or. And mrs. William Burdick on thursday january 5th, a daughter Dorothy Marie. Herbert Mcgill of Turtle Point was a Valley visitor wednesday evening. Freda Fox has returned to West Chester Normal after spending the vacation with her parents. Mrs. Mary Glover of Sartwell mrs. Carl Parker and Marguerite Parker were calling on mrs. Scowden Friday. Mrs. Jane Dickerson who has been visiting friends in Salamanca has returned Home. Or. And mrs. Herman Digel and daughter Mary Lou and miss Stella Sprague of Bradford visited or. And mrs. James Bray last sunday. Mrs. Fannie Steinhauer is ill with Grippe. Mrs. Mary Moore of Rew is spending a few Days with her Mother mrs. Steinhauer Lester Skinner spent Friday with his sister mrs. Rose Rickey of Smethport. Or. And mrs. Howard Parker were dinner guests of or. And mrs. Carl Parker sunday. Mrs. Rena Marsh mrs. Anna Fox and mrs. Eva Scowden attended the ladies auxiliary meeting at Smethport monday evening. Mrs. Cunningham and children and mrs. Lushbaugh of Cole Creek called on mrs. Eva Scowden saturday. M. S. Parker who has been on the sick list is slowly improving. Or. And mrs. Leo Braden were in Bradford monday to visit their daughter. Mary who is still in the Hospital. Mrs. Elva Marvin and mrs. Bean of Duke Center were calling on the formers parents last sunday. Mrs. Fannie Steinhauer spent last wednesday with her sister mrs. Myrtle Wrights of Eldred. Davis Cochran spent last week with her grandparents. Misses Lura and Beatrice Day were guests of mrs. Fred Digel sunday. Mrs. Regina Day called on mrs. Anna Ferris last sunday. Rena Braden and Marguerite Parker spent Friday evening with mrs. Leo Braden. Or. And mrs. Harry Bailey and children spent sunday with or. And mrs. C. C. Decker. Ray Bray has been seriously in for the past week at his Home. Marion Stratton r. N., is taking care of him. Or. And mrs. George Rockefeller were Smethport callers saturday. Foft the worlds All rights j r the Hinh Brown chorus of a the Worl cts a right Quot Smethport Epa january 19-20 admission price�?50c and 75c All seats reserved children a matinee thursday afternoon after school admission 15c annual Hamlin Bank meeting held yesterday the annual meeting of stockholders and directors of the Hamlin Bank and Trust co., Pioneer Mckean county financial institution was held yesterday afternoon. Reports were submitted by officers showing splendid condition in every department. Attention is directed to the report to be filed with the state banking department which appears elsewhere in this Issue and gives a detailed accounting of All funds. The following directors of the Ham by Carl h. Getz sign on sixth Avenue shop a during alterations no business As you can buy steamship tickets to Europe Here in new York on the deferred payment plan. You can to sell bean shooters in new York. Its against the Law. New York is a great City for sandwiches. It is said that Sandwich shops and restaurants Here sell 946 different kinds of sandwiches. They sell for 5 cents to $2. Saw a Well dressed Young lady Selling menus neckties on the Street last week. There Are Many business men Here who believe work must be distributed to relieve unemployment that the work Day must be shortened to five hours and the work week to five Days a new York company claims to have perfected a synthetic rubber automobile tire which will run 375,000 Miles. Another new York company claims to have perfected a synthetic fabric which will make it unnecessary to grow Cotton. Many new York advertising men Are trying to anticipate the influence of television upon american Home life. It is said television will keep families More at Home. Oil men interpret that to mean that less gasoline will be consumed. Theatre owners think it Means decreased attendance. The first horse Mill for grinding flour was erected in new York in 1626 at 32 and 34 William Street new York s first wharf was erected in Moore Street South of Pear Street in 1659 it is said that when times get better a building is to be erected in new York which is to be higher than the Empire state building. You wont believe this one but it s True 40,000 persons in new York own bicycles. Colegrove Man enli8t8 Karl m. Wagoner son of William Wagoner r. A i Colegrove Penna has enlisted in the u. S. Army and will be stationed with the 7th Field artillery at Madison Barracks n. T. This enlistment was made through Corporal Lawrence cons done with offices in the Post office building at Olean n. Y. More Bradford Oil Bradford Field crude Oil production during 1932 increased More than a million barrels Over the total production of 1931, while the production of the Allegany Field registered a door almost 20,000 barrels client a what do you think of the idea of giving the Money Back to the Hank and asking for a Light sentence lawyer a Rotten How would you be Able to me then Quot a i suppose in these times you live in apprehensive trepidation done to Din Al a proof no i live in the of the methodist episcopal Church on in �8nlf, Weg, yesterday Orlo tuesday evening january 17th, at Hamlin Clinton d. Comes h. H. Eight of clock will celebrate the Twenty sixth anniversary of the local auxiliary. A special program will be presented under the direction of mrs. R. S. Minerd and each member is entitled to bring a guest following the usual custom the Roll Call will be responded to by the giving of a specially earned Dollar and a poem. The hostesses Are the misses Mayme Colegrove Irene Gabriel Eva Hoffman and Carrie Day and mesdames Alford Bush e. L. Hawke c. W. Freeman Charles Lemmler John a. Karlen and Claude Hackett. Personal Points but f s i a Rev. H. L. Spangler was Falo visitor on monday. A a. K. Lundberg of it. Jewett was a pleasant caller at the Democrat office last saturday. A or. And mrs. Leon Swanson and children of Coudersport spent sunday Here with relatives. A Edgar l. Rhone of Bradford Republican candidate for county treasurer was a Smethport visitor monday. A mrs. Hilda Larson has been visiting her daughter mrs. A. T. Alexis and family at Johnsonburg for several Days. A mrs. Marion g. Mccann of Bradford popular Republican candidate for county treasurer was a Smethport visitor tuesday. A miss Catherine Bacon of Franklin pa., is a guest of her aunt mrs. Catherine Barrett and Cousin Rev. For. Urban s. Barrett a mrs. We. Monheimer left tuesday for Pittsburgh where she will visit her son or. Herbert Monheimer and family. From Pittsburgh she will proceed to new York for a visit with her daughter mrs. H. Brodley and family. A Bruce Tuttle a prominent new York corporation lawyer with offices at 61 Wall Street spent the week end in Smethport As the guest of or. And mrs. M. M. Linden. Attorney Tuttle is Legal counsel for the Cunningham natural Gas corporation. Redfield. Fred d. Gallup Guy Mccoy Ralph e. Burdick and Robert a. Digel. Officers were re elected As follows president Orlo j. Hamlin vice president and treasurer a Ralph e. Burdick. Secretary and asset treasurer Guy Mccoy. Trust officer a. G. Potter. Teller Frank b. Fay Teller Albert Johnson. Mccowns Woodmansee or. And mrs. O. O. Mccown of Rew City announce the marriage of their son Wayland Mccown and miss Orbella Woodmansee daughter of or. And mrs. Varney Woodmansee of Derrick City. The it. Rev. Msgr. David f. Hickey pastor of St. Bernard a Church officiated at the ceremony at the rectory saturday night. Miss Ila Mccown. Sister of the Bride Groom attended the Bride and Eugene Woodmansee brother of the Bride was Best Man. Or. Mccown. Who is Well known in this District is a graduate of Bradford High school class of 1925. He is at present employed in the Oil Fields by the Rew Oil company mrs. Mccown attended the Bradford High school and also is Well known Here. Or. And mrs. Mccown will reside at Rew City where their Home is ready for occupancy. The Fry company Smethport a. Semi annual clearance Sale a landslide of values special purchases for this Sale Only and f Inal clearance of Winter goods buy and save now on what you will need for weeks to come. We be slashed prices right and left on All Winter goods and overstocks regardless of Cost or value. Thousands of dollars Worth of discontinued lines Short lots Odds and Ondy will be literally swept away in this tremendous landslide of values. This is Only a very Small hat Many Iota too limited to adverts Iez first come first served we need the Cash you need the goods lets get together this is a strictly Cash Sale charges at regular prices Only nine Days january 12th to 21st nine Days advertise in the Democrat Smethport and Bolivar Divide Cage honors a Peculiar 50-50 proposition prevailed in the two games of basketball played Between Smethport and Bolivar in Penn York league compete icon during the past week. Smethport Defeated Bolivar at the legion lyceum last Friday night by a score of 30-28. When Smethport went to Bolivar tuesday night the locals were Defeated by a score of 30-27. Shinglehouse plays Here tomorrow Friday night and Eldred comes Here next tuesday this latter game having a Joa Peen advanced i Ruth a nuty9 a on account of the Home Talent show being staged on that Date. Would Yoo expect anybody to give you a Gold Dollar for 50c ? but that s exactly what we Are now offering you. Your Choice of any of our suits or overcoats for either men or boys at exactly Price in other words a dollars Worth for 50c come and be convinced. Monheimer s store 50 new dresses a special Purchase $1.95 and $2 95 Plain and printed Silks Snappy styles wonder values sizes 14 to 44 All other dresses reduced tailored Wash goods 49c for both miss and Matron Lovely color fast prints styles that Charm All other Wash dresses reduced part Linen towering Snow White bleach Choice of 4 Borders 8 yes. For 49c Quot Felt base Mats 18�?�x36�?� 9c each single blankets part Wool 70�?T�?Tx80&Quot 79c each attractive plaid. Many other Blanket bargains. Double bed blankets part Wool 72 �?�x84�?� heavy weight plaids $1.69 pair 3 la. Quilted bats 72"xgo�?� 49c 36&Quot quilting Challies 9c Yard Rayon bloomers indulge that taste for Lovely undies while this Sale is on. Flesh color�?3 styles women sizes 25c Rayon brassieres 10c usually sold at 20c 2 styles lace or elastic centers sizes 32 to 40. Many other bargains in Fine lingerie. Women pure silk crepe slips 98c lace trimmed top and Bottom. You will wonder How it can be done. Chard Onize hosiery 19c pair hard to Tell from real silk Picot tops a Fine thread Many Odd lots in hosiery at big savings. Pure silk hosiery full fashioned Chiffon and series weights 49c 69c 89c Odd lots 29c pair infants rubber panties 5c pair Price Cut in half. Ruffled top and leg openings flesh color. New form fitting phantom Quot Botex 17c kleenex 17c mens dress shirts 49c Fine Broadcloth Plain colors. Prints and White full Cut and Roomy. Collars attached. Mens overalls 59c full Cut Well tailored heavy Blue Denim. Choice of bib or Pant style. Sizes 35 to 50. Mens Rayon Hose 9c pair astounding but True attractive patterns. For dress Wear Sixes to to 111. Mens work pants 89c an outstanding value be dressed up on the Job. Hard wearing Semi dress pants of handsome suiting. Mens Brown Jersey gloves 9c pair heavy knit warm inner Nap knit wrist. Only one of a number of work Glove bargains. Mens flannel pyjamas 79c be prepared for the Zero nights ail sizes and colors Leatherette sheep lined Coats sizes 6 and 8 $2.32 sizes 10 and 12 $2.80 sizes 40-44-48 $4.40 you Haven to seen anything yet. Come right Down to the store there a a awaiting you. Treat

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