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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 13, 1933, Smethport, Pennsylvania Page five Mckean county dettock/.7smethport, pa., thursday july 13, 1-33 Mckean Democrat Smethport pa., thurs., july 13, 1933 local Penci Lings a i. E. Bailey of Betula is a surgical patient at the Olean general Hospital. A mrs. Miary Wallace has been confined to her Home on main Street by illness this week. A mrs. S. W. Hubbard entered Thea uie Community Hospital on Sun a w a medical patient. Mrs. Anna Rounsville of r. F. D. 3, Smethport is a surgical patient at the Kane Community Hospital. A a number of local people attended the performances of Downie Bros. Circus in Bradford last saturday. A Harry Rubin has purchased a new commander 8 Studebaker Sedan through the Smethport garage Agency. A a mrs. A. Cleveland will entertain the members of the fortnightly club at 6 30 of clock dinner this evening. A mrs. Linus Douglass entertained the members of her Bridge club wed needy evening at her Home in East Smethport. A mrs. Russell Hungerford entertained the members of the m g. Club at her Home in Bradford last thurs i Day evening. Cd. L. Matthews manager of the Market Basket store on lower main Street was confined to his Home this week by illness. A Little change is reported in the condition of mrs. Amandus Engstrom who is a patient at the Kane Community Hospital. A a. R. Anderson Mckean county recorder has resumed his duties after being confined to his Home in Clermont by a severe attack of illness. A mrs. Mary Bosworth entertained the members of the auction Bridge club at one of clock luncheon at her Home on West main Street yesterday. A the members of the United Brethren sunday schools of this District enjoyed a picnic at the port Allegany Community Park yesterday. A miss Dora Keenan entertained a party of sixty ladies at one of clock luncheon followed by Bridge at her Home on main Street tuesday afternoon. A there s not much space used by Monheimer in his advertisement on this Page but the merchandise offered at the Price quoted is a genuine bargain. A attorney e. G. Potter of Smethport entertained eighteen members of the Mckean Young lawyers club at the Gallup so Potter Cabin near Bradford monday night. Be. A. Studholme president of the Grange National Bank was Host to a party of friends at dinner tuesday evening. The occasion was the Well known local Many a birthday anniversary a Richard Fay and Kenneth Raymond Are enjoying a visit to the Century of Progress exposition in Chicago this week As a Reward for winning a newspaper subscription Campaign a mrs. D. P. Rhea and children. Alva and Clara who have been occupying the Home of her Mother the late mrs Clara King expect to leave for their Home in Scottdale pa., next week. A Gerald Denning manager for the household finance co., new York arrived in Smethport on monday to spend a weeks vacation with his Mother mrs. Mary Denning of East main Street. A Gratifying improvement is reported in the condition of Walter Olson Well known Smethport Young Man. Who has been critically ill at the Kane Community Hospital for a number of weeks past. A mrs. Alta Ness esteemed local lady who has been ill for several months does not improve As her Many friends would wish. She is staying at the Home of her daughter mrs. Ada Engler on water Street. A the marriage of James Postlewait and miss Ruth Gearhart of Kane was solemnized on monday july 3 the couple have taken up their residence in an apartment in the Home of mrs. Alta Ness on water Street. A Gratifying improvement is reported in the condition of f. L Holmes who is a medical patient at the Kane Community Hospital it is expected that or. Holmes will return Home the latter part of this week a a special service will be held at the Smethport lutheran Church next tuesday evening july 18, at 7 30 p. Rn., with a number of out of town clergymen participating. Services will be held both in swedish and English. A mrs. Mary Hussey is moving into the apartment in the Post office building which was vacated by or. And mrs. Chas. Infantino this week. Or. And mrs. Infantino and daughter Stella Are now nicely located in their new Brick yielding on main Street. A or. And mrs. Orlo Ness mrs. Harry Ness and mrs. Arthur Ness were in Kane tuesday to visit Steve Brittain who is a patient at the Kane Community Hospital. Or. Brittain who was seriously injured in an automobile Accident recently is now improving in a satisfactory manner. A the annual picnic of the sunday school of the Smethport methodist episcopal Church was held at Community Park in port Allegany tuesday afternoon. The Day was spent in enjoying the various amusements which the Park affords and a Bountiful supper was served at 6 00 of clock. Pc. M. Colegrove Veteran local civil Engineer celebrated his eighty first birthday on sunday. A feature of the occasion was a family dinner served at the residence on West King Street. Those present were or. And mrs. William Colegrove and son of Ridgway and mrs. Nora Colegrove and or. And mrs. George Richards urn family of Smethport. A or. And mrs. John Hobbs returned to their Home in Indiana last week after spending a Wek with mrs. Hobbs parents. Or. And mrs. Glenn Burton of East Smethport and other relatives. Miss Virginia Burton a sister of mrs. Hobbs returned with them for a months visit. Mrs. Hobbs and miss Burton Are granddaughters of the late or. And mrs. Wilbur go Matt of East Smethport a miss Alma Johnson entertained a number of friends at her Home in Ormsby monday evening at a Linen Shower in Honor of her sister in Law mrs. Carl Johnson a recent Bride. Mrs. Johnson was miss Nellie Carlson of Smethport before her marriage. The guest of Honor received a number of Beautiful gifts. Delicious refreshments were served and the occasion was most delightful. Pm a. And mrs. John Covley and family or. And mrs. Allen Charles and miss Ella Mulvaney of Bradford and mrs. A. H. Knapp of Sartwell were in Erie on sunday to attend the first mass of the Rev. For. Carlton g. Ritchie former Smethport Young Man. Father Ritchie recently returned from Rome where he graduated from the american College and was ordained to the holy Priesthood of the roman Catholic Church. He is a son of or. And mrs. George Ritchie. Personal Points a mrs. James Connington son Frederick and daughter Phyllis Jane of Vineland J., Are guests of mrs. Connington a parents or. And mrs. Fred Green of King Street. A or. And mrs. A. R. Livermore daughter Jean and son Alvie jr., spent sunday and monday at Danisus Lake As guests of mrs. E. Vav. Work Ley and daughters who have a cottage there for a month. A county supt. Of schools and mrs. C. W. Lillybridge and daughters Mary Alice Janet and Dorothy have returned from Chicago where or. Lillibridge attended a meeting of the National educational association. A mrs. C. W. Freeman and miss Theo Freeman returned the latter part of last week from a visit with mrs. Clayton Keith of Marion mass. They were accompanied Home by mrs. Keith and son Freeman who will spend a month with relatives Here. A or. And mrs. Orlo Ness and family were visitors in Bradford on sunday. A or. And mrs. Wallace Nelson and son of Olean spent the week end Here. A mrs. Mary Bosworth and mrs. F. P. Whelan were visitors in Olean last Friday. A Otto Engstrom returned the first of the week from a fishing trip to Canada. A mrs. A. O. Lantz and son. Arden of it. Jewett were visitors Here on monday. A mrs. H. P. Peterson and mrs. We. Cooper were visitors in Olean last saturday. A mass Dorothy Larson of Kane was a recent guest of or and mrs. James Postlewait. A Arthur Engstrom of Baltimore md., i9 spending a few Days at his Home Here. A or and mrs. T. A. Adams of Franklinville. N. Y., were visitors Here on sunday. A miss Ruth Harding and r. Hoode Man of Passaic J., were victors Here recently. A miss Esther Krafft r n., of Buffalo is visiting her parents or. And mrs. E. S. Krafft. A hid. Hornlein of Olean spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. Julius Hornlein Here. A or. And mrs. C. Mcahon and sons Jack and Allen of Cuba. N. Y., were visitors Here wednesday. A or. And mrs. Lynn Conant and sons of it. Jewett were guests of or. And mrs. Edwin Elias last Friday. A mrs. Andy Peterson and children returned to Gowanda Y., on sunday after spending a few Days Here. Pm its. Mary Moran and daughter. Sarah of Bartlesville. Okla. Are visiting mrs. Sarah Randall of Hazelhurst a Laverne Stewart returned to his Home in East Smethport on sunday after spending a week in Pittsburgh. A or. W. W. Barnum and mrs. Worth Smith returned monday from a visit with relatives in Binghamton A Mim Belva Ford is spending the week in Butler pa., where she was called by the serious illness of her father. A Urban Fay and r. Day of the Fay so Mckeirnan Chevrolet garage were business visitors in Buffalo on tuesday. A mrs. Sarah Orlatt Armstrong of water Street is spending a few Days 1 with or and mrs. B. L. Hyde of East Smethport. A mrs. Maud Vaughn and daughter. Arloween attended the funeral of mrs John Ostrander in port Allegany last Friday. A Mim Marguerite smart of Uniontown a is spending her vacation with her sister mrs. C. C. Choate and family. A mrs. L. W. Barton returned Home tuesday from Bradford where she had been called by the serious illness of her sister. A or. And mrs. Homer Choate of Pittsburgh Are spending their vacation with his parents or. And mrs. C. C. Choate. A mrs. Marie Al Jason and son Jack and miss Amelia Malen visited at the Home of August Eliason in it. Jewett last Friday. Mrs Arvid Wallin. Mrs. G. H. W Larson miss Izaih Irvin and Robert Lewis of it Jewett were visitors Here on tuesday. A mrs. R. Day spent thursday and Friday of last week in port Allegany As a guest of her sister mrs. Gordon studholme. A or. And mrs r. C. Sasse and grandsons Norman and Carl Bermen Der of Binghamton Y., Are visiting relatives in Smethport. A Gordon studholme of port Allegany was in Smethport tuesday evening to attend the birthday dinner of his brother e. A. Studholme. A or. And mrs. George Richards daughter Nancy and son John and mrs. C. A. Anderson of Colegrove were visitors in Buffalo on monday. A or. And mrs. Albert Lewis and mrs. Mayme Bessie of port Allegany visited at the Home of the former a sister mrs. Maud Vaughn on sunday. A miss Mabel Burroughs and or. Marguerite Holman of Jamestown Y., were recent guests of the former a sister mrs. Marvin comes and family. A mrs. Cora Richards of Tulsa okla., arrived in Smethport the forepart of the week to spend the summer with her son George Richards and family. A or. And mrs. C. Van lad of Smethport attended the picnic of the Olean and Bradford lutheran churches at Gargoyle Park near Olean on sunday. A or. And mrs. Lamar Hall and or. And mrs. James t. Buck of Buffalo Y., spent sunday As the guest of mrs. Bucko a father f. P. Whelan at his Camp on Robbins Brook. A or. And mrs. Tom Bryan and son John and Mother mrs. Bryan motored to Cincinnati Ohio for a weeks visit with relatives. Or. Bryan smother remained for a More extended visit. A Richard Shattuck returned last saturday evening from a weeks stay at the Shattuck Camp at Twichel Lake in the Adirondacks. While there he had As his guests Frank Baker of Eldred and James and John of Neil of Rochester Y., when returned Home with him and remained until tuesday. New Sandwich shop to open on the Valley Road according to an announcement made this week a new Sandwich shop will be opened at the Freeman farm on the Roosevelt Highway Midway Between Smethport and Farmers Valley next saturday. Lunches will be served and special parties will be catered to by calling Smethport 127. The business will be operated by members of the family of or. And mrs. C. W. Freeman of Smethport. The location is an Ideal one and the accommodations Are of the Best. Drunken Driver arrested George c. Greer of r. D. 2, Bradford was held for the october term of Mckean county criminal court in the sum of $500 bail after a hearing before Alderman Wichensky of Bradford tuesday. A charge of driving while intoxicated was made against Greer by privates limbers and Fitzgerald of the Bradford state police sub station. He furnished bail. Motorcycle Accident victim taken to Buffalo Frederick d. Pflegl. An employee of the Larkin co. In Buffalo was discharged from the Mountain clinic Olean. Sunday and taken Home. His condition is much improved. Or. Pflegl was found along the port Ville Eldred Highway at bulbs Mills three weeks ago in an unconscious condition after the motorcycle he had been Riding was wrecked. He suffered a fractured Skull in the crash. State Highway funds Pennsylvania a Highway construction program for the biennium was decided upon tuesday when $51,000,000 was allocated the $51,000,000 consists of $18,891,-000 uhe state will receive for Road building under provisions of the National recovery act and amounts that will be spent by the state itself. Kane wants Glass factory Kane july 9.-�?following the local chamber of Commerce a acceptance of the proposal of the Superior Glass co., new Cumberland a va., to move its Plant Here attempt to raise $16,200 in a Stock Sale will be started at a Public meeting Here tomorrow night. The Money is required to cover transportation and Early operating costs. This Community is Happy Over the prospects of a revival of the local Glass Industry. The huge american window Glass company Plant has been Idle for years. According to the chamber of Commerce Survey the new concern would employ approximately 125. Death of Chauncey Scott occurs at Cyclone sunday Bradford. July Louis Scott 62. One of the most prominent Oil workers of the Bradford Fields died yesterday morning at 8 20 of clock at his Home in Cyclone. Or. Scott had been in ill health for the past two years and for the past several weeks his condition had been serious. He was born in Enterprise a january 5, 1871. He moved to Rew City 22 years ago and after residing there fir four years be moved to Cyclone where he was employed by the associated producers. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Lucenda Scott of Cyclone three sons Myrl Scott of Rew City Clarence Scott of Elizabeth J., and Clayton Scott of Cyclone one brother Charles Scott of Randolph Y., and five grandchildren. Of lock Bif school the Smethport daily vacation Bible school climaxed a very successful season with closing exercises held at the swedish Mission Church last Friday evening. Eighty girls and boys ranging in age from five to fourteen years demonstrated to proud parents and interested friends that they have spent three profitable weeks under the guidance of an Able and devoted faculty. An interesting and inspiring program was presented with All the students taking part. A particularly unique feature was the use of student leadership throughout the program with the faculty very much in the background. Miss Vera Dodge served As program chairman and the smooth conduct of the evening affair reflects considerable credit on her ability and the leadership training qualities developed at the school. In addition to the various program numbers presented an interesting exhibit of notebooks compiled by the students during the course of study graphically depicted the varied and extensive curriculum of study pursued. It was an intriguing and enlightening program and both students and faculty should feel justly proud of the results of their efforts. The program was presented in three parts As follows i. Theme prayer address of Welcome Harold Norman. Unison song Quot Tell me the Story of responsive Reading and the lord s prayer. Unison song the school. Prayers for the Day morning prayer margarite Potter mealtime prayer Helen Button evening prayer. Patsy Lou Hileman. A song of prayer Quot father we thank thee a Emily Johnson. Gloria Acker and Claudia Anne pullers. Memory verses Robert Hamilton Virginia Swanson and Kathleen quirk. The Story of Samuel Gloria Acker. Two songs group Al. Life of Fannie Crosby hymn writer a Pearl Barbour. Ii. Theme Praise unison song Quot Praise him Praise him a written by Fannie Crosby memory verses Jane Lyman Patsy Hileman Harriet Herriman and Helen Button. Song Quot Jesus loves me a Claudia Anne pullers Audene Lyman and Emily Johnson unison chorus. The Story of Lazarus a Bertha Hjelm. One Hundredth psalm a David Hawke. Life of Charles Wesley hymn writer Merril Engstrom. Violin Solo. Quot come thou almighty King Quot a Charles Burger accompanied by James Herriman choruses by group i and to Iii. Theme obedience. A Story of Abrahams Agnes Barbour. Story Quot the Queen who obeyed her Uncle a Patsy Lou Hileman. Twenty third psalm1�?Helen Hull. Life of Isaac Watts hymn writer Carolyn Hallstrom. Choruses by groups Iii and in. Benediction Rev. O. Molinder. Closing song a now the Day is Over a entire school. The citizens of Smethport Are deep-1 by grateful to All those responsible for the inauguration and successful com j Cletion of this first venture in Vaca-1 Tion Bible instruction. The school j was sponsored by the swedish Mission Church was non sectarian in its teaching and the entire faculty Volunteer-1 de devoted service without thought of i remuneration. Those who so ably j served on the faculty were miss Bessie otto9on, mrs. Fred Hallstrom miss Beatrice Engstrom miss Anne Hallstrom mrs. David Bostrom miss Ruth Masher Rev. O. Molinder and j. R. Hultman. May we All join in extending them a sincere vote of appreciation. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 1 00 of clock at the United Brethren Church at Rew City. The body was taken by motor to Warren where interment was made in Oakland cemetery. For Sale Lester upright piano in perfect condition. A real bargain. Inquire of mrs Ellen Herzog Smethport. Subscribe for Democrat Salamanca youth in jail for motor Law violations Bradford july 8.�?clarence Kight linger 19, of Salamanca was sentenced to 31 Days in the Mckean county jail on four charges after being arrested Here last night by motorcycle officer Miles Cline. Kightlinger was brought before j police magistrate Fred b. Nicholas shortly after Midnight. The charges were driving with illegal License j plates reckless driving illegal lights j and passing a Stop sign. Kightlinger i is a habitual offender. Sale of a Asp aided dress shirts Collar attached at 89c each. Sold regularly at $1.50 whether you select Green Tan Blue or White these shirts Are guaranteed fast colors. New ones Gratis if they fade or shrink in washing. Sizes ,14 to 17 at 89c each. Monheimer s store Kane woman trustee of mothers assistance fund Harrisburg july 7.�?the governor s office today announced reappointment of two members of county boards of trustees of mothers assistance funds. They Are Mckean county mrs. Marne e. Butler. Kane Lawrence county mrs Lena f. Gilmore Hillsville. I. O. O. F. Past grands picnic the i. O. O. F. Past grands picnic will be held at Wildcat Park near Ludlow on thursday july 27. All Odd Fellows their families and friends Are urged to pack their picnic baskets and attend the event. There will be All kinds of sports including a baseball game Between Ludlow and Warren at 3 30 of clock. A record breaking attendance is anticipated this year. Resolutions of respect whereas it has been the will of our heavenly father to remove from our midst our brother m s. Parker who has been a past master and faithful member resolved that we the members of Valley Grange no. 1190, extend our Heartfelt sympathy to sister Parker and family Send her a copy of these resolutions place them upon our minutes publish in our county papers and Grange news and drape our charter for thirty Days. Lura Day Elizabeth Digel Beatrice Day committee munsing Wear silk Hose Arrow Trump shirts 79c and 98c $1.95 the Fry company member Federated stores of America Polo shirts 98c made of a Good Grade Terry cloth Short sleeves pointed Collar attached Zipper front. A comfortable Good looking summer garment for men and women at Little Cost. Colors Blue Canary and White. Bathing suits reduced. If you have put off buying that bathing suit this is your big Opportunity to treat yourself to a Good one at Small West. For boys and 19c to $2 81 for men and 37c to $3-38 not nearly so Many As earlier in the season but still a Good variety for the first Comers. Coat bargains $4.98 and $.98 just five left attractive this season garments that will add a style touch to any woman a wardrobe. Sizes 18 to 46. Mammoth anniversary Sale beginning july 15th and continuing for 4 weeks. Free electric Majestic refrigerator three Majestic radios a to be Given away absolutely free at the end of the four weeks period. To the boy or girl Between the Ages of 6 and 12 turning in the most labels or containers from Glendora i boy or nation wide products first a Shetland Pony second bicycle third roller skates. Come in and we will give you the information you need. To the first fifty customers in our store saturday morning we will give a shopping bag with groceries. Four shopping bags filled with $1.00 Worth of groceries to be awarded during the Day. Coupons Given for each 50c Purchase and 50c paid on account one Large Milco malt 39c one it. Fresh milk free Krafft salad dressing one half it. 9c pint 15c it. 25c Kelloggs Corn flakes 2 for 13c Bisquick 29c Chase amp Sanborn dated Coffee 29c s in to pounds sugar 47c All boys in Blue Cross bicycle Campaign must have their coupons in by Friday night july 14 main St. Smethport a. Phone 64 a we delivery

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