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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 23, 1964, Smethport, Pennsylvania Thursday july 23,1964 thus Pennzoil picnic attracts a a 1,302 employees guests a total of 1,302 Pennzoil pm gloves their families guests and retired employees attended v4t1t the annual foremen a picnic Iri saturday at Wildcat Park Lud Iii Low. Att a Ai 3 55th anniversary party scheduled a by Moose in Kane Kane special a Wendle a Lehnerd supreme legion councilman Butler has been announced As the principal speaker for the 55th anniversary party of Kane Moose to be held Here sunday aug. 2. A Large class a will be enrolled. Making the announcement tuesday was p. C. Culbertson a tinier governor who presided. One new member was received and a report heard from Joseph Imbrogno Secretary gave a report on the District meeting i held last sunday at Ridgway. A announcement also was made that the Kane elks will entertain the Kane Moose euchre team at a dinner tonight. The Moose recently Defeated the elks in a tournament. Carnival group is named by Rew fire department appointments to the carnival committee were made by de Ferman president of Rew Volunteer fire department at a meeting monday night. Ray Dalton was named Parade marshal Claude Tracey was placed in charge of food and de Clark made responsible for policemen for the convention and carnival aug. 24-29. Ralph Miller fire chief reported that the company had made three runs since the last meeting and that a new Battery had been installed in engine no. 2. Carnival and race committees reported on their respective projects to the 18 members assembled. Robert Armstrong was a Given the evening award. Lunch served by Richard and Dennis Wineberg followed the meeting. Merle Hudson pronounced the invocation while Fred speedy picnic chairman and master of ceremonies gave the welcoming address and introduced special guests. Tom Mcdowell chair Iman of the Pennzoil company and r. J. Lynch vice president were introduced and spoke briefly. A Basket picnic lunch with ice Cream and Coffee served by the committees followed the opening ceremony. Attending were 40 former employees who Are now retired. Prizes were awarded to George l. Trumbul Kane oldest re tyrant in attendance and to Bernard Hanlon Pleasantville travelling the farthest to attend. Gate prizes were awarded to Glenn Wolfe Kane Bernard Hanlon sr., Pleasantville and Roland Stoughton Eldred. Entertainment included sports movies a baseball game which saw Crosby of the babe Ruth Little league win Over Hilltop 4-1, swimming dancing and rides for the children. De Covert and his orchestra played for the round and Square dancing. A prize was awarded to dancers in the Best Square dance set composed of ted Wiltse and Marg Strong. James Digel and Joann Kelly Robert Wright and Virginia Wright Bob Wright and Judy Thomas. No one injured As cars collide in Liberty twp. Kane special a two cars collided monday afternoon in route 379, Liberty township about a mile West of port Allegany. Trooper Oliver Swanson said one vehicle was driven by Glenn Ostrander 28, of Smethport re 2. The second machine was operated by mrs. F. A. Ostrander 66. Of port Allegany re i no relation. Glenn Ostrander was southbound and told the trooper that he reached across the seat to steady a child and that his car swerved across the Highway and into the path of the second machine. Total damage was $160, but no injuries resulted from the mishap. Phone in news items fought too years ago the Battle of Atlanta preserved by Cyclorama engagement announced Cyclone Young Man uninjured in Auto mishap Jack shonts 21, of Cyclone escaped injury in a 7 45 . One car Accident monday on route 646 Between Rew and Looker Mountain Trail intersection. According to Foster Brook police chief Earl a. Bridge or. Shonts apparently fell asleep at the wheel As he rounded a curve the car went out of control and hit a Telephone pole. Or. Shonts was operating his brother Ralph a car at the time of the Accident. Clinic examines 155 children Mckean county society for crippled children sponsored an orthopaedic clinic monday and tuesday in the state clinic rooms of Bradford Hospital. Or. Thomas Lehan Erie examined 155 children. He was assisted by the staff of the crippled children society by mrs. Cornelia Dolan state nurse and by Martha Smith Barbara Galey Claudia Luzier and Charene Smith All girl scouts and miss Alice scrod tin their Counselor. Kelley studio Mary Ann Bain the engagement of miss Mary Ann Bain to Terry s. Boyle has been announced by her parents or. And mrs. Matthew g. Bain. 61 Belleview ave., Bradford. A graduate of St. Bernard High school the Bride elect is employed at Browne a Boot shop. Or. Boyle son of or. And mrs. Joseph p. Boyle Smethport re 3, is a graduate of Smethport High school and is employed at Mallory lumber co., Emporium. Cashew nut salad 1 quart mixed salad greens 2 medium Navel oranges is c. Each red onion rings and White onion rings % c. Coarsely chopped cashew nuts Lime French dressing Wash greens Drain and dry thoroughly. Tear into bite size pieces. Place in salad bowl. Peel oranges and Cut into crosswise slices. Arrange Over salad greens. Scatter onion rings and nuts Over top. Add a c. Dressing tossing gently but thoroughly to coat Well. Serves 6. State mails checks to school districts Harrisburg checks totalling $316,991 were mailed out to local school districts monday to cover the Cost of fire and safety improvement projects. The state Board of education is authorized to make the payments to districts and state colleges for repairs and alterations made under orders by the state i labor and Industry department the payments were approved at the Board s May meeting Cov i ering from 5 to too per cent of the project Cost depending on the wealth of the District. Rotisserie roast there a no baloney about it a Large size Bologna sausage makes a Good roast for the rotisserie. It is Boneless and evenly balanced so it will turn nicely on a spit. Dress it up by scoring and Basting with barbeque sauce. Slice it thick and serve on buns or Rolls with potato chips pickles and relish. Ready to eat Bologna about nine pounds needs 40-45 minutes roasting time. Want ads get results kids try Alley sport Hopkinsville basketball conscious Kentucky Bowling has become the major Winter recreational activity for fifth and sixth grades in Hopkinsville schools. Recreation officials said Grade school basketball was dropped because it was difficult to find coaches and supervisors enrolment varied too much among schools and crowded schedules sometimes curtailed games. The City recreation department business men and Parent teacher association Are supporting the Bowling program for 300 pupils. Clearance All summer merchandise on Sale dresses were now were now 10.98 a 7.9s i 14.98 a 10.98 11.98 a a s.98 i 17.98 13.00 12.98 a 9.98 i i All Sale items Cash sportswear 20% off Reg. Price summer purses 20% off Village style Center Willovene Chase prop. Main Street Eldred charter no. 9416 Reno of of the condition of Tho first National Bank of old red of Eldred in Tho stat of Pennsylvania at Tho dose of business on Juno 30, 1964. Published in response to Coll Modo by Tho comptroller of Tho currency under Section nil u. S. Revised statutes. Foster indicted by grand jury in girls death Little Valley . Stephen Foster 26, Allegany will be arraigned next wednesday on a charge of first degree murder in the death of Mary Elizabeth Chapin 15, last june 17. Foster was indicted thursday by the grand jury. The action Here at the courthouse came after the hearing of testimony of a number of witnesses on monday and tuesday. County judge j. Richmond Page has assigned two attorneys for Fosters defense. They include James Kehoe of the Olean Law firm of Wade and Kehoe and Richard h. Dirk South Dayton. The Allegany Man had been held in the county jail since june 17. His arraignment was deferred until next week by District attorney Richard h. Dawson. Foster who reported the finding of Mary Chapin to police was Given a preliminary hearing that morning in Allegany in the court of Justice Richard v. Kinney. He waived examination and was committed to the county jail. Miss Chapin an Honor student at Allegany Central High was slain while she was babysitting for her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Robert Foster Allegany. Or. Foster is do older brother of the accused Man. Installation set plans for installation of officers of port Allegany chapter of Republican women were made at last weeks executive committee meeting at the Home of mrs. Ellen Scherer. They will be seated following a Tureen at 12 30 . Aug. 4 in St. Josephus episcopal Church Parish House. Mrs. Mary Ellen Lewis was named chairman for the luncheon and it was decided that the club will furnish the meat. Seven members selected pins to be used at the Republican Booth during the Mckean county fair in september. Ruoff Agency collection and credit service 887-5300 or 887-5378 Smethport take Over the c a a the 82-year-old Coudersport a port Allegany Railroad has been purchased by the same group of stockholders who own the Wellsville Addison and Galeton Railroad. The c a a line into port Allegany was destroyed by the july 1942 flood. Anderson jewelry Bulova watches costume jewelry Keepsake diamonds expert watch repairing 225 main St., Smethport us funeral service Harold j. Lee Margaret s. Lei furniture and bedding Smethport a. More than Money. People Are our business Gladys is ready for her vacation. She came to our Bank to get a Low Cost loan for her was easy and she�?T11 have plenty of time to repay it. While she was Here she also bought travellers checks that Are Good everywhere and so Safe. Her valuables she left in a Safe Deposit Box. We have Many services. Come in and see atari Cash balances with other Banks and Cash items in process of collection. $ 585,630.68 United states government obligations direct and guaranteed net of any reserves. 1,489,818.19 obligations of states and political subdivisions net of by reserves. 843,978.51 Loans and discounts net of any reserves. 3,041,245.47 fixed assets. 73,341.70 other assets. 14,351.02 total assets. $6,048,365.57 Smethport office a of tilt producers Bank amp Trust co. Smethport a. Par annul on Ona Yaar certificates of deposits deposits made by the 10th it each month pay interest from the let interest paid 4 times a year earns you More banking hours mender through Friday 9 00 to Kim cared All Day saturday member Federal Deposit insurance corporation a meter of the Battle of a Manta a depicted in Gigantic Cyclorama. By Mart Loos Central press association correspondent Atlanta Battle of Atlanta was fought just too years ago on july 22, 1864. These Battle scenes Are remarkably depicted on a remarkable Canvas which la on display in Grants Park Here. The huge Battle painting took 8,000 pounds of paint to Complete. Housed in a Stone building the Canvas measures 50 feet in height 400 feet in circumference and is said to be the largest painting in the world. It weighs 18,000 pounds the landscape look at in any direction from the reviewers platform covers a radius of 25 to 30 Miles and is so Correct in its detail that those who know the Countryside intimately can Point out Many individual places. Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman commanded the Northern forces and general Hood the confederates. One of the most unique features of the Cyclorama is that thousands of blasted tree stumps Bushes and shrubbery torn rails and ties which show the effects of the shelling As Well As plastic life like figures Are so Well blended and so effectively merged in the foreground that it is difficult to determine Between the real and the illusion. The Cyclorama was done by three German artists from Milwaukee a Lohr Lorenz and Heine who did the work Between 1885-1886. These artists had come to America after successfully painting scenes from the Franco prussian War. Together with 40 assistants the Trio accomplished thin enormous and impressive painting. Visitors from All parts of the country Are awed by the lifelike detail. Members of the Union army and Confederate forces involved have vouched for the correctness at the detail and historical accuracy. Because of the 100th anniversary Many More thousands of visitors than usual Are visiting the Cyclorama this year. Liabilities demand deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations. $1,672,770.43 time and savings deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations. 3,611,307.26 deposits of United states government. 65,684.55 deposits of states and political subdivisions. 141.305.70 deposits of Banks. 2,011.16 certified and officers checks Etc. 15,671.27 total deposits. $5,508,750.37 a total demand deposits .$1,867,310.60 b total time and savings deposits. $3,641,439.77 other liabilities. 25,560.00 total liabilities. $5,534,310.37 capital accounts common Stock total Par value. $ 100,000.00 surplus. 300,000.00 undivided profits. 114,055.20 total capital accounts. $ 514,055.20 total liabilities and capital accounts. $6,048,365.57 Nota time certificates of Deposit outstanding. $ 990,506.97 i. James d. Chaffee. Cashier of the above named Bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is True and Correct to the Best of my knowledge and belief. James d. Chaffee we the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the Best of our knowledge and belief is True and Correct. Robert w. Lawrence Frederick f. Loop directors v w. A. Grew both Mother and baby needs lots of Bradco milk and it tastes so i Bradford milk 44 Stet St. 362-4136 f

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